Argus in Fremont, California
23 Sep 1970

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23 Sep 1970

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Argus (Newspaper) - September 23, 1970, Fremont, California Aba Tea a Success the Argus Newark. Calif Mia september a.1870________________pages president of Aba and member examine unusual clock Leona Tucker president and mrs. Raymond sauza feminine o cd s the Lovely drive heat of mrs. Donald Williams in Fremont was the a Hong recently for a hand of Friendship Tea sponsored by hit Pathfinder chapter of me american business women t association. Between to and to worn m attending the afternoon fete designed to acquaint now n d prospective members with the goals of the Aba. The Semi annual Tea is held on the Day at Hie same hour by More than so Chap ten throughout hit United slates. Arranging for the event with mrs. Chairman were Mila davits vat president Jody soul Sigrid Schmidt. Mrs. Davits is also in charge of the Aba potluck dinner on october 21 at the country club of Washington town ship. Go Chat with hostess at autumn hand of Friendship Tea mrs. Louie Curtis mrs. Donald Williams chairman and mrs. Charles Doyle Dumbo chapters Lith Flea Market features Antiques antique dealers from throughout the Bay area will have their wares on display during the eleventh annual Flea Market sponsored by the Dumbo chapter of the Chil Dren s Home society on sat urday october 3, at the Nim Itz Auto movie. Hie Lea Market s antique Row is always a highlight of the event which also features old and new items including furniture clothing toys books pictures and jewelry according to mrs. Charles Engell general chairman. Mrs. Herbert Gould Booth chairman said that booties Are still available for rent and persons interested in Ren Ting a Booth May Call her at 7934296 for information. Proceeds from the Sale which is from 8 an. To ., will go to the children s Home society of California the Only privately supported adoption Agency in califor Nia. At a recent planning ses Sion a representative from the South county rebels radio club presented Dumbo chapter with Money raised at the club s annual Coffee hour. Johnson Stanridge vows exchanged St. Anne s Guild rummage Sale to run 2 Days Fremont bargain Hun ers will have rut Cue but two Day s this year to ship at the third annual rummage Sale and Bazaar sponsored by St. Anne s ladies Guild of St. Anne s episcopal Church. A wide selection of items will be on View from 10 . To s On wednesday and thursday september 30 and october 1, for shoppers who visit the Church grounds at .7791 Driscoll Road in fre Mont general chairman mrs. Kenneh Roberts noted that in addition to the usual articles there will be two new attractions. Under the direction of mrs. Larry Mason an autumn by Toque will feature a number of unusual and use fill handmade wares and mrs. Robert Brownlee is in charge of be ome pantry uttering a variety of baked goods and the original Reci Pes. Mrs. James Pope rum Mage and clo Hing chairman said that the Sale is being held on two consecutive Days because of the Large attend Ance at past years sales and to give the Public a better Chance to attend. Proceeds from the event will be used by the ladies Guild to provide funds for the building of new Church school classrooms. Assisting the chairmen with arrangements for the fund raising fete Are the Guild s recently elected officers headed by mrs. Robert Blair president mrs. Harold will Ett vice president mrs. Don m u 11 i a Secretary mrs. James pipe treasurer and mrs. Richard Fisher Public Ity. Women s auxiliary slates luncheon accompanied by both surfs of parents miss Christine Johnson and Roger Dale s an Ridge recently travelled to Reno Nevada where they exchanged wedding vows during a romantic double ring Cere Mony in the Chapel of prom ise. Per the Lovely 10 o clock nuptials the Bridge daughter of or. And mrs. James Wil Liam Johnson of Archer ave nue in Fremont selected a Street length frock of White Chiffon Over Satin done in an Empire style with the bodice extending from the High Wilst to a deeply scooped neckline edged with lace to Long pleated sleeves. An upstanding lace Crown dotted with sequins secured the Bride s shoulder length veiling and she carried a bouquet of White carnations and Pink Rose buds tied with Long White and Pink Stream ers. Wearing a knee length dress of Orange Chiffon trimmed in Whie at the col Lar i h a coat Matching the Empire style frock was the Matron of Honor mrs. Bob Beggs of Alameda the Bride s Sisler. The bridegroom son of or. And mrs. Floyd Stanridge of Blacow Road in Fremont asked his brother Jerry Don Sta Ridge of san Leandro to stand up for him As Best Man. Following the nuptials the new or. And mrs. honeymooned in Reno and they Are now Mak ing their f St Home together in Fremont. A senior at Washington High school the Bride will be graduated next june. The bridegroom is a 1937 alumnus of Washington High and he is now with Caler Piller and tractor company. Currently serving with the United states Marine corps Reserve he is a Lance Corporal stationed at Alameda. Early arrivals enter with the Aba woman of the year Elizabeth Broun Dorothy meet and mrs. Jack woman of the year Why grow old keep figure after baby Benefit fete on Calendar a Harvest Bridge luncheon benefits Long the drug Council leads of next month s social Calendar on thursday october 1, in the club of the country club of Washington township at j721 Parish Avenue in fre Mont. Sponsored by the Potpourri Section of the cwt the fete will it 12 non with failure for women s lib efforts by women s lib types to pump up the no Brad trend seem to be falling on largely deaf cars at least among teenagers. They spend More than million a year in Inser fashions. Their purchases average Cut for each g re. At 5.7 bras a year 3.2 girdles 7.9 slips an equal plenty of see Wear and other lingerie. Of All bras the padded kind by Josephine Lowman today most women Are aware of the importance of care. They realize that this cuts the hazards of pregnancy to about Zero. Keeping in close touch with your doctor from the time you suspect that a Little stranger May be coming your Way until after delivery is the schedule followed by he majority of expectant Moth ers. In this Way the doctor can advise his patient concerning exercise and diet and can arrest any dangerous symptoms before they be come serious. What Many women do not think of u that there is an in reconditioning Job to be done after the baby s arrival. Many take the changes in figure for granted As the Price for motherhood. Nothing could be further from the truth. There is usually no per manent spread in the Boney Structure of the body but there definitely Are abdominal Muscles. These should be snapped Back into condition with exercise for the Sake of health and a sense of Well being As Well As be cause of the Silhouette. Lax abdominal mus cles not Only produce a Lector says she can exercise. She will find the unaccustomed care of a new baby Tir ing enough without this added discomfort. The new Mother will prob ably find that she experiences aches in unaccustomed spots. For instance the Angle at which we Bend the trunk when caring for a baby Bath ing it changing it and putting it Down and picking it up May cause a backache until the Muscles become used to their new Job. A few varicose veins May have appeared. Take Start rest periods Dur ing the Day Wilh your feet elevated and follow your physician s advice about support ing stockings. Your Arches May have taken a beating from the extra weight during the pregnancy and your bust May need a Little uplift from larger Chest musics. Exercise is the answer. Do this for the bustling. Place one hand on each Side of your head at the temples with fingers pointing up. Push meeting set speech is the topic of to night s program to be presented at the i o clock meeting bar luncheon it o clock. Special prizes will be presented of guests and re Tervit Lens May be obtained by calling in. Robert amuck at 6sm34i to Fri. Arnold j. To Zuttel it 797-2127, lib but at least a third of he teenagers Wear them. Some also have strapless bras. It seem that most teen agers Are conservative Altur Radical in their icky. Cause fatigue Junce they allow internal organs o slump. This sometime causes backache. Crowding and downward pull cause All of it Rani. A Young Mother i suld Correct this condition 11 Toon u her in. Robert Black will Tom u hostess in her san Leandro Home with Gloria Mauzy As co hos less. Offering he or cram will be mrs Gene oven tit and in. Rober. Against your head with both Palms As though you were trying to flatten your head. Ibid for eight seconds at Point of greatest tension. You can have your baby keep your figure. Recondition in Between children. For Fust 20 cents you May have Josephine Low Man s Booklet Don t blame Yoor which will give you Many helpful tips and exercise for after your baby it bom. To obtain your copy tend 20 Centt and a stamped self Addre Ted envelope with your request for it to Jose Phine Lowrean in care of the Argus . Box 447, fret no California Wojt. Conference by a fwd mrs. Vernon Wiedl of fre Mont president of the Ala Meda District of the califor Nia federation of women s clubs will attend the fall stale Board meeting at the Villa hotel in san Matea from of Liber 5 to 9. Presiding at he ave Day gathering will be mrs. Vernon Cunningham president of the California federation cd women s club who will haste a dinner for the 26 District president As a High Light of the activities. Other Alameda county women attending with mrs. We cd will mrs. Frank y. Fowler and in. Alfred Pirk wine dogs simmer hot in Bur Gundy or my other red or Whie . When the meat is heated make a Zesty by stirring n your favorite relishes As Chili sauce Sweet or Dill Pickle Rel ish or my Tard. Serve in hot crusty a talk by the state presi Dent of the women s auxiliary to the California pharmaceutical association will Ilg Light the thursday octo Ter 8, luncheon meet no of in Alameda county chapter in the Fremont ranch at 631 Boulevard in fre Mont. Mrs. Richard Marsh of la Canada the wife of a pharmacist and a pharmacist her self will discuss be aware by informed be her theme for the coming year. Serving As hostesses for the ii o clock fete will be three of the chapter s officers who live in Fremont mrs. George Salmon first vice mrs. Gregge ver non corresponding Secretary and mrs. Wallace Pond trea surer. Other local women greeting guests will be mrs. Russell blowers and mrs. John Sie Bert. Mrs. Maurice mag Giora of Oakland chapter presiden., will officially Wel come the state president As will mrs. William Parker for Merly of Fremont and now living in Oakland second ice president mrs. Viet Klaus Pappas of Hay Ward it carding Secretary. On november 12, the Chap Ter is planning a drama the group s largest fun Raisig event for the boat a Csc at Lake mtr Ritt. Do Kelly catch now 17.99 Greet Foshion g biggest lock Glossy Gotor of a try specie Price Ici est styling too proud stalk of Heel of Lurenl o list of Chain a wide fashion Flop. Brown or Block Alligator Patent. S1ve Geum on i keyword downtown t it lond

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