San Mateo Times, October 26, 1966, Page 18

San Mateo Times

October 26, 1966

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San Mateo Times (Newspaper) - October 26, 1966, San Mateo, California Miiio CinicsS Widntsdty, Ociobir 26, 1 966 (Gruman Photo) THE CHRISTIAN LEINENWEBERS (Nina Lodvick) San Mateo Home For Leinenwebers The Russian Church of All Saints was the setting for the recent wedding of Nina Jane Lodvick and Christian John Leinenwcber. After a wedding tour of Hawaii, they returned to a home in San Mateo. Xina is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Lodvick of Hillsborough. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram B. Leinenweber of Burlingame. For the 2 p.m. ceremony, the bride wore a candlelight satin gown appliqued with lace on the bodice, skirt and train. Her Widest Selection of FRIGIDAIRE producU in this area SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Authorized Sales and Service CULMER'S APPLIANCE 123 W. S.M. 349-2105 attendants wore gowns of yel- low crepe and the honor at- tendant wore green. Irene Lodvick was the maid of honor for her sister and the bridesmaids were Lora Layne, Carol Heydt, Shirley Mstowska and Louise Sonne. Mark Eric Leinenweber 'was the best man for his brother, The ushers were Jerry Boletto, Richard Farewell, Robert Fla- nagan and Paul Verbelli. The new matron attended San Mateo High School, the College of Sari Mateo and is currently Attending .San Fran- cisco State College. Her hus- band is an' alumnus of Mills High School, the College of San Mateo and San Francisco State College. wool coat bonanza! Stuart's HILLSDALE Open Mon. thru Frl. Mites SALE Hummingbird seamless, hose and panty hose Seamless sheers and seamless Can- trece; with famous "lifeguard run- Stop" at top and toe for longer wear. Lovely fall colors, proportioned sizes. Sheers, reg. 1.35 Cantrece, reg. Seamless oanty hose in fashionable micro-mesh, ideal with the new shorter fashions, In wild rose or gypsy gold; ir. miss, short, average and tall sizes. Reg. 2.95. The Emporium Hosiery: All seven Big Writers Honor Author With Fund A'fund has been established by the Burlingame Library in memory of.. the author of "Mama's Bank Account" upon which the play and the movie, "I Remember Mama" :were based. The Kathryn Forbes McLean Memorial Fund will be-used for improvements to the library which she frequented during her 36-year residence in Burlin- game. Mrs.' McLean died last May in San Francisco after a long illness. Mrs. McLean, who wrote un- der the name of Kathryn Forbes, was a native of San Francisco, where she attended school. In 1930 she moved to Burlingame where she became a member of a creative writing group. She was the first of the group to enjoy success. With the publication of her first book, "Mama's Bank Account" in 1943 she was swept into in- ternational prominence. She also wrote "Transfer Point." The fund has been es- tablished at the request of her writer friends. Contributions may be sent to the Burlingame Library, Primrose Road, Bur- lingame. Members of Burlingame writers have chalked up a number of recent sales. Patricia Miles Martin will have four new books on the market this fall. "Teacher's an Atlantic-Littlebrown publication and a Junior Liter- ary Guild selection, will appear- under the name of Miska Miles. Putnam will publish "Andrew a biogra- phy for children in the second and third grades, and "Pump- kin a Halloween story Second Birthday Is Celebrated By Bethel 348 Bethel 348, Pacifica Interna- tional Order of Job's Daugh- ters, is celebrating its second birthday this, month. The Beth- el was instituted on October 11, 1964, at Oceana High School. It received its charter and num- ber on February To commemorate the birth- day, a book of favorite recipes has been compiled by Sue Bor- ras, marshal, from members files. The book can be obtained from any member of the Beth- el. CUSTOM FRAMING by Wong [Every Pidure Deserves the Beit WONG'S IMPORTS S. 61 Camilla, San Mateo mar 25th Avc. Fri. 'Ill 9 inspired by' thie pumpkin patches of Half Moon Bay. "Sing Sailor. a "story in verse of King Henry of Portu- gal, who ruled in of dragons, will, be published. by Golden Gate Books. Dori White's short story, "Woman's. which ap- peared .in the August Redbook, will 'be reprinted in England and-Norway.. Mabel'Watts, prolific writer' of juveniles, has sold two books to Parent's.Press. The narrow escapes of "Solomon Smart" was published October 1. "The Story of Zachary Zween" is due for publication in the fall of 1967. "I'm for You and You're for Me" will appear un- der the imprint of Abelard, Schuman, Limited. Mrs. Watts has also sold a story, "Who Was the to Instruc- tor, which is slated for publica- tion in the January 1967 issue. Drama Is Featured By WSCS "A Minor a drama in miniature, concerning inter-racial groups, and perti- nent- happenings in today's community, will be presented to the Women's Society of Christian Service, First Meth- odist Church, Burlingame, Howard and El Camino Real, on November 2. The program will follow a noon luncheon. Members of the cast are Mesdames: E. Dale Witt, Leo Melcher, William F. McCrary, John Buckham, Herbert Van Meter, Albert Giovannoni, G. William'Thomson, Martha Bur- rill, Mary Boutte and Martha Jordan. All participants are members of the "Circle of Con- cern." Mrs. DeWayne Moore has made all program arrange- ments. Hostesses for the luncheon are members of the Riddell Circle whose chairman is Mrs. Harlan Fowler. This circle was named to "honor Patricia Rid- dell, a missionary in Lima, Peru, who is working to im- prove conditions for the impro- verished children of that area. A program of music will be introduced 'by Mrs. Hugh Mitz- er. The recorder section of the San Bruno branch of AAUW will play selections of baroque and classical music from Gav- otte, F. J. Gossec and a folk song, "The Spinning Wheel." The recorder, a unique flute of wood is a sixteenth century in- strument, and can produce notes of soprano, alto, tenor or bass. Mrs. George Deckman, pres- ident. Has invited the public, and has added that reserva- tions must be made, by calling the church office. Basic High Styling Advance High Styling Staff. Classes in Wig Styling Small Classes FREE PLACEMENT Easy Pay Plan 3-9 Month Courses FREE SHAMPOO, STYLING and CUT. by our Freshman Students, by appointment, daily at 1 p. m. A nominal charge for Junior-arid Senior Student services, fay appoint- ment, daily from 10 a.m. All student services carefully supervised. Phone 342-5703 Licensed by the Calif, Board of Cosmetology 204 E. 2nd Ave., San Mateo Don'] Schools ilso In fcn Francisco, Oiklind, Haywird" Preparing for a lecture demonstration in ballet on Sunday at the Ziceva Ballet studio are Fred John- ston, Gretchen Stock and Roberta Myer. The pro- which is first of fall activities for the San Mateo Chapter of the Pacific Dance Guild, supports the Peninsula Ballet Theatre and sponsors scholar- ship. Mesdames Don L. Cotterell, president, Ed- ward Keith, treasurer, and Bennett Bloomfield, sec- retary, are planning the eyent with Mrs. Bennett Bloomfield, secretary (not (Times Photo) Fleming- Rosberg Rites Are European Collection Repeated in Garmel Setting of Fashions Mary Ellen Fleming and Inn Wedding Chapel recently. Ronald A. Rosberg were united A dinner for the bridal party in marriage at fee Highlands followed. Another reception (Geoff Cook Photo) THE RONALD ROSBERGS (Mary Ellen Fleming) 50 petite...so precise O OMEGA THE WATCH FOR A LIFETIME OF. PROUD POSSESSION THE NEW Omega "Petite" scries fea- tures one of. the world's tiniest watch movements. Checked at 1497 manu- facturing stages to assure maximum dependability. .''Tetite" typifies the rare combination of exquisite' craftsmanship and timekeeping perfec- tion for which Omega is world famous. Fortunate indeed is the woman who receives an Omega 'Tetite" ...miniature of beauty .masterpiece of accuracy. Interchange C) CONVENIENT TERMS Layaway for Christmas, if you wish GRANAT BROS JEWELERS 74 HILLSRALE MALL Hillsdale Shopping Center Open 'til Mon., Thur., Fri. was given the following day at the Woodlake Spa. The new matron is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eu- gene Fleming of Elkhorn, Wis. Ronald is the son of Mrs. Sam Weinrob of San Francisco. Af- ter a wedding tour of Acapulco and Mexico City, the couple will live in San Mateo. Mary Ellen selecte.d an A-line- silk .organ z a gown trimmed. with pearls, crystals and Charitilly lace. Her .Wat- teau'train was bordered with Jace.and a cluster of roses se- cured her veil. Nancy Odinius served as the honor attendants in an azalea-colored dress trimmed with white lace. The brides- maids, Linda Batz and Su Ros- berg, the bridegroom's sister, wore similar gowns. David Rosberg fulfilled the best man duties for his brother as Calvin E. Kringel and Steve Molien ushered. The new matron attended Whitewater State University in Wis., and her husband attended the University of Southern Cali- fornia. San Carlans To Meet for Lunch The' San Carlans will meet next Wednesday at Rick's Swiss Chalet in Palo Alto for a luncheon at p.m. .Violet Martenson of Oakland will present ideas for "Holiday Decorations." The Sewing Section meets this month at the home of Mrs. Foster Strobeck, chairman. The Arts and Crafts Section meets every Tuesday from noon until .3 p.m. at the Re- creational Center. Mrs. Marion Anderson is Chairman. Fashions from France, Italy and Spain, and the fall collec- tion-by John Bates of London, will be shown at the "Swinging International .Fashion on November 10, in the Gold Ballroom, of the Fairmont Ho- tel. Adalene Ross is acting as ad- viser for the Multiple Sclerosis Auxiliary, Mrs. Ray Schwizer is chairman for the luncheon. A d v a n c e reservations are being taken at the Multiple S c 1 e r o sis office, .2299 Post Street, Sari Among sponsors for-the event are Shir- ley. Temple (Mrs. Charles) Black, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Koshland and Forden Athearn. Macy's is arranging for the fashion collection and the' pres- ence of John Bates. Card Party Is Set by Lodge Elmwood Rebakah Lodge San Mateo is having a card party to sponsor a cake- a-month for one of the. chil- dren's wards at the rehabilita- tion center at Agnew. The par- ty wiJi be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Daher, 610 South Delaware, at 8 p.m. on Friday. All Rebekahs and their husbands have been invited to attend. Proceeds will go to this worthwhile project. Officers of Elmwood Lodge will assist Mrs. Daher with her hostess duties. SALE OF MODERN FURNITURE CLASSICS 260 BROADWAY G MILLBKAK Come early for lest selection Were 49.95 -T___ TO iso.oo NOW 1413 Burlingams W 3-7326 ;

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