California Pasadena Independent Newspaper Archives Dec 7 1961, Page 35

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Pasadena Independent (Newspaper) - December 7, 1961, Pasadena, California f. Ini 7, Imi ii listens offered v leave during holidays personnel enlisting the regular re Cut Long service during the period dec Jan. 1, May be granted leave upon request not to. Exceed 15 Days Accord ing to John l. Crocker Pasadena Recruiter. A leave granted under these provisions will terminate it 8 a.m., tuesday Jan. Affected individuals will report to the los Angeles recruiting main station at that time for shipment to the appropriate reception the ser Geant reported. Sgt. Crocker stated that this is in keeping with of the policy generally adhered to annually during the Christmas new year period. Leaves will become effective immediately upon 3gt. Crocker said. Sgt. Crocker emphasized that never before has to lick United states had so much to offer Young men interested in travel technical training and a future that cannot be equated anywhere. Individuals interested in More information about this program May Contact sol. Crocker at his office 129 n. Marengo ave., Day through Friday from 8 aim. To 5 ., or until Satur Day noon. Special appoint ments for interview May be arranged by calling sgt. Crocker at by. 2-3762. Top Parade Jeannie Cummiskey of 3765 Edge View dr., Pasadena and her Palomino show horse beloved Bravo will be the Only equestrian entry in saturday s Junior Rose bowl Parade Down Colorado Boulevard. Mrs. Cummiskey and her horse have participated in parades for the past year almost every Satur Day. Recently she was equestrian Queen in the Sierra Madre Parade and the mayor s escort in the Duarte Parade. The pair have been in numerous Christmas parades the past two weeks. The Messiah tickets available a limited number of pc served tickets for the annual presentation of the Messiah in Pasadena civic auditorium will he available to the Public starting monday. The reserved ducats will be available from noon to 3 Daily at the civic auditorium Box office. The Christmas oratorio will be presented it s Sunday dec. 17. Richard Lert will conduct the Pasadena symphony orchestra for the presentation to be sponsored by the Pasa de a symphony association. Soloists Lor the program will be Marie Gibson Soprano Catherine Hilgenberg contral to Paul Mayo Tenor and Orville White Bass. Virginia Wellsman and Victor Hirst also will appear As soloists in. Tile oratorio. Pasadena is plan stud la j in Europe six Pasadena area residents will be among 47 University o. Redlands students departing from new York City via Royal dutch airlines feb. For a semester Europe. Of study in this group will be the fourth contingent from Redlands in girl scout group told of Progress the Semi annual Nistra Ive conference of the Pasa Ena area girl scout Council a Turret annual reports by o a r d cml was committee members and neighbourhood service teams. Among officials reporting were macs. S. H. H. Brown jr., Public relations Stanley snug program sen ices George Zim Merman Camp and Jack Jor Dan personnel. Highlighting the program was a talk by mrs. Danie Spivey vice chairman of the Region Xii committee of girl scouts who Progress of the Council ing up new directions for the future. A resume of the population trends of the los Angeles county was presented by Philip r. Brown of the los three years to use Salzburg Austria As a Campus for four months of study augmented with travel. Those from the pasadena1 area Are Carolee Baker Junior history major of 5018 Altai Canada la Canada Barbara Bolles Junior with a group major of education English and psychology of 1979 Las Lunas Pasadena Tom Hoover Sophomore math major of 737 Berkshire la Canada Craig Lockard Sophomore International relations major of 3277 Bathile Pasadena Bill Noe Junior economics major of 3204 Milan South Pasadena and Gary ranker Sophomore with a group major of business German and philosophy of 9921 Broadway Temple City. Dances planned for students eighth and ninth graders of i two Pasadena area schools will be feted at Christmas dances Friday night. Students of Eliot Junior High school will dance to the music of Chuck Gardiner and his orchestra from Pasadena High school from 8 to 10 In the Eliot gymnasium. The Yule dance for students i of John Marshall Junior High school will be held from 8 to In the girls gymnasium at Marshall. Michigan society meets saturday the traditional Christmas party of the Michigan state association will be held Safur _ Day dec. 16, noon at the worn s clubhouse of Huntington Park. 7. Nellie Manning and her artists will present Christmas music and the Rev. of the Huntington _ Church will deliver a Christmas message. Are requested be made by calling what has winking eyes floppy ears and walks my Puppy toe pyjamas when i m in open evenings til Christmas Shell come the first time you Call. Going to bed is fun with puppies for company they la be snuggled All around litter of puppies printed on the full swing top. On guard at her feet 2 Perky watchdogs with moving eyes. These snap on Puppy Heads taks leave Only on was Day. Soft pet Lable pyjamas Ara 100% finest Cotton top is flannel Yoke and tights Are interlock knit. Toss them into the washing machine machine them too they re for shrink resistance. In red or Turquoise 4-12 also sizes 2-3x, Vons department stores these available Only at shopping bag that have a department store Section specials effective december 7-8-9-10 . G1ftwrap three Roll foil each Roll is 26 inches by 30inches.90ihches in All. Regular 98c 67 door Light set highest Quality lights for your Christmas tree All he has Burn independently of each other 7 Light set 97 regular 25e special s piece set Coffee mugs Large Ceramic Mug with new design. Spray Snow give your Holiday decorations that just snowed on appearance. Frosty White and natural looking. Get several cans at this Low Low Christmas Price. 49 assorted gift Ware 51 00 20 Inch baby doll drink and wet 20 Inch baby doll. Movable and legs. Large selection imported gift Ware vases figurines and other accessory pieces. Special 1 78 women s blouses Novelty Wash n Wear Cottons. Large selections of styles and colors. Sizes 32 to 38. In California. Reg. 1.98 tires. Red and while rugged 2-piece heavy steel tube Frame. For children use your Banko Mercord 459 t. Free parking in rear enter on North los Robles next of Art museum International charge Kane s Pasadena meat packing Lincoln Price effective one week thurs., dec. 7 thru wed., dec. 13 fresh extr4 Broadcloth Boxer shorts. Cotton knit briefs or none better at any pr1cei top sirloin Steak porterhouse Steak 89 boys heavy jeans boys super heavy full ounce Sanford Zed denims. Western Fly wide turnip sirloin tip Steak Freezer special beef wonder Mare moulded life like Spring horse. Plastic body. Our pre Christmas special. High Long Walnut salad bowl set Beautiful pressed Wood Oval Saiad bowl. Complete with serving Fork and spoon. Boxed set 3 99 Complete set tether Ball and pole Complete 10, foot poli with ground sleeve. Professional Type. Tether Ball. Individually car toned. 5 to Anu us Jas. 3 of Ift racer action Funi Speed great for exercising Back and shoulder Muscles. 10" wheels radio steel Wagon. Rex pal double disc wheels with 6" moulded tires. 11 88 radio Rex Wagon radio steel Wagon. Rex pal double disc wheels with 6" folded tires. Large Sqq Metal body. Of sturdy construction. 3 and boys briefs staff shirts fruit of the loom Brand Steak 591 Tbone Steak 85 rib roast oven ready 55 c in. Cotton knit tee shirts or Cotton briefs 49 costume jewelry sets Matching necklace and earrings. Bracelet and earrings. Earrings and Matching pin. Actual 2.00 value 1 00 set women s handbags of sizes shapes colors and fabrics. My. 2.98. 2 47 Cotton socks top brands. Sizes for boys girls infants and women. Reg. 387 boys sport shirts Wash n Wear Cottons. Short sleeves. Choice of styles and colors. 67 sizes 6-16, regular 1.98 i von s Rump roast 55l oven ready Steak sa1ub rib Steak club Steak for the Best buy meat Call by 7-4213 your nearest dept. Store location 2408 Lincoln ave., Pasadena 3841 Sierra Madre of Vii Pasadena

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