California Pasadena Independent Newspaper Archives Nov 15 1961, Page 11

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Pasadena Independent (Newspaper) - November 15, 1961, Pasadena, CaliforniaSierra Hastings notes Hilltop party line by Marok everyone knows that n boy s first haircut is a momentous occasion. One Mark Thomas Walker caused a mild sensation Wilh his first trim saturday in a Hastings ranch neighbourhood Barber Mark Thomas Walker is not yet three months old. When his parents George and Dorothy Walker saw that Mark s mop of Black hair was not Wear ing off As they had been told would but in Stead was growing More incur int each Day George took action. He decided to consult a professional. So while a Barbershop full of customers of nil Ages Laid Down their magazines and spoils pages to enjoy the show Mark Lay on his Slom Nch on the children s Barber seat and had the he gurgled at the Barber crabbed and giggled at the electric clippers and cooed at the the har Bor coaxed the hair Over Mark s soft spot father George glowed and Mother Dorothy caught every lock of hair to save for the baby Book and posterity. Mark is the Walker s first child t t join the limbo line was the theme of the Hastings ranch dance club party saturday night and virtually everyone at the affair got into the limbo game. It would t be Cricket to say who won because everybody deserves an Ole for even trying. Decorations were suggestive of the Caribbean. Chuck and Nancy Moore entertained it a cocktail party beforehand at their Mountain Hoad Home. Host couples for the dance were Martin and Helen Smtth Bob and Marilyn Bradford and Joe and sue Cummins. Bud and Jane Howell set up the Bridge tables Satur Day night and had several couples Over for cocktails Buffet conversation and n Hittle Bridge. Guests were Horace and Eileen Kay Ken and Rhoda Smith Janet and de Lammers and Chuck and Mary Haver Mary an excellent player had Low score and was awarded a bottle of Pink pills for bad Barbara and Don Clark with daughter Lisa Are mov ing today from their Home in the ranch to their newly purchased residence in Santa Anita Oaks. They will be missed but Are close enough to commute to and from their friends and neighbors in the area. John and Dorothy Moe have returned a week of fun which ook them to san ranch so Monterey san Simeon and Solvang where John owned his cronies their gun club for a go at tie Noble Duck. As in the past he came out the win ducks the losers. Vera k Nesby former ranch resident is now n Grinc Molher. Her Daugh Ter Barbara and son in Law Hill presented her with a Arlanp Little girl Hilary Anne. Like All grandmothers Vera was on a Clit in Mill Brae calif., for the birth and the Post Nanlal care of Bolh Mother and baby. Friends and neighbors of Warren White have been saddened by the news of the Accident Luicir 19-year-old son Stuart had. A week ago saturday Stuart a Sophomore at Riverside stale College was Rock climbing. In the Idyllwild area with three of his class mates. Somehow he missed his footing and plunged Down nearly 150 feel. Presently he is in Arcadia meth Odist 1 Hospital suffering from fractures of both legs a crushed ankle and serious head injuries. He has not regained consciousness and is on the critical list. Ann and Tom Pearce their daughter Frances and hound Nikle have their belongings Gath ered up in a moving Van next Friday for the move into their new Arcadia Home. Like the Clarks they re not moving Loo far assay and will be seen frequently by their friends. . Juniors to meet Temple cily Junior Wom an s club members will see a film an muscular dystrophy at the meeting Tomor Row at 8 . Following the business meeting mrs. James Strigle philanthropy director will supervise a work night to prepare Christmas gifts for children at Mclaren Hall in Al Monte. Members of the club s artisans Section will meet Mon Dayan 8 . In the Home of mrs. Byron Phillips. Mrs. Harry Sherlock chairman will be in charge. Curtain callers will meet tuesday at 8 . In the Home of mrs. Phillip Murasko. La lawyers wives William h. Parker los Angeles chief of police will he guest speaker at the Loa Angeles. Lawyers wives meeting monday at ii . In the main floor auditorium of the police building. His topic will he discipline versus destruct to a new you Contact lenses Contact lenses Hove coma o Long Sinca stay fifi introduced to lha human for Many individuals to Day stay Oro tha answer to a belter appearance a feeling of sell con Elderice. More Active participation in of flt in Tiai fal Froit can cd it let. Consult or we Linden optometrist hmm my of . 3s2 Ecer. Lucki by 6-6554 Bankim Tricini or Ohtani Titi cd sri honoured my. 1 Fri. Litt. It for raft any Lovi or. And mrs. James a. Scoville calibrate 60 Yean league installs president mrs. Norman Bernard was installed As president of the Arroyo league at a lunch Eon meeting in the Home of mrs. Michael Lynch on ran Cho Road Arcadia yester Day. Mrs. Walter Haas league past president was installing officer. Others who will serve with mrs. Bernard Are macs. Wendell Cabot or. And Stewart Dillingham vice presidents Justin Gibson parliamentarian Waller e. Boswell and Edward vet Lei secretaries Ray Mcginn and Hall Mettler treasurers and von a. Moffett historian. Standing committee appointees include macs. Fred Erick Hughes hospitality j. Wesley Grayson member ship Chester Mitchell Tele phone Vettel. Publicity and Joseph Strople projects. League members brought gifts to be Given to the 13 children of needy families adopted by the group. Plans were also discussed for the annual Christmas party for members and families. Music settlement John Crown pianist will present a lecture recital on dec. 1 at . In the Boll club los Angeles sponsored by the neighbor Hood music settlement. A reception will follow the program. Proceeds will go to the settlement to provide music lessons for children who otherwise could not afford them. Thanksgiving dinner thursday november 23, 7967 or the Huntington Sheraton dinner plus tax children plus lax fresh fruit cocktail a Kirsch seafood cocktail Huntington Cream of fresh mushroom soup souffle Croutons consomme Srun Oise our tapioca hearts of celery salted null Ripe olives Rojt California Tom Turkey Chestnut stuffing Giblet Gravy Cranberry sauce roast Long Island duckling Almond and celery stuffing big Arade sauce boned Rock Cornish game Hen wild Rice grand Mere a Virginia Styls baked broiled , drawn butter from the broiler and Roli Ismerie Koovit Arifaj of Eastern bet a jus new York Cul sirloin Steak malt re d hotel filet mignon Colbert butter baked Idaho potatoes candied yams Snowflake potatoes French peas Poy Sanne baked banana Squash dinner Rolls tossed Green salad hearts of Romaine gourmet Venus or Blue cheese dressing English Plum pudding hard and sauce hot wince pie pumpkin pie with whipped Cream Holiday fruit cake pastion fruit sherbet pint Grapefruit be chocolate nut sundae English Toffee ice Cream Coffee Tea milk Sanka it Early reservations requested. R hours in let ship room pm in the Crystal Terrace noon to 9 dancing in Tow ship room from 9 Walt Tobison i kit orchestra 1401 South oof Knoll 2 0266 jjl4ju James Scoville married 60 years i. Pasadena wid misday. Nov. Tu1-rjl librarian to discuss gift mrs. Norman Bernard new president musical program planned november meeting of Pasa Dena alumnae chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota will Fea Ture a musical program by members. It will he sat urday at 2 . In the Home of airs. Lawrence Meyer of los Angeles. Mrs. Thomas Osborn will be tile Tea chairman assisted by the misses Connie Bruno and Delores lease. Mrs. Robert Finley vice president and program chair Man will introduce the pro Gram. Participating will be Isabel Bryan piano Polly Anne Baxter Soprano Mona Emanuel Harp accompanied by Kathleen Callagy Arlene Passamaneck flute accompanied by Alice Watson. The got i wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. James a. Scoville was celebrated by immediate family and friends at gathering in their Home on Sycamore Avenue. The couple were wed in Beaver dam wis. On nov.-13, idol before coming to califor Nia .39 years ago they lived a program of their travels through the Orient Europe Canada and the United slates was presented by Erie Parsons. On furlough from the far East broadcast ing co., Manila and his wife. The s c o v i11 e s have a daughter. Mrs. Wallace Mer Rill of Hemet and a son Merrill James Scoville of Sierra Madre. They were Bosses night o sponsored by Bow club annual Bosses night and Public affairs dinner sponsored by Temple City Busi Ness and professional women s club will be held Tomor Row at 7 . In the reorganized Church of latter Day saints in Temple cily. Mrs. Dwight Nixon is chairman of the event. Mrs. Violet Lewis. Temple City Bow president will share presiding chores with mrs. Mildred Cost Cree san Marino Bow president. Mrs. Anne Cher will be guest speaker and the Chor a lairs of san Gabriel Valley a women s choral group will present musical selections. Present with their families. Also helping the couple celebrate were messes and or rfcs. Edwin j. Scoville and daughter Melinda of South Pasadena Deforest Smith of Temple City mrs. Charles Nicolaus a Cousin from cud any wis., mos. Hazel Hor ton and James Scoville of Pasadena. The Pasadena City librarian miss Marjoric Donald son will discuss books Lor Christmas giving when Pasa Dena alumnae club i Beta Phi meets for a noon lunch con wednesday at the Home of mrs. Christopher Mowry Orange Grove Circle. Ruth a Phi alumnae will display Origi Nal Christmas gift and decor items she has created. I luncheon co c. Harvey and Dan Van Liggett will to assisted by macs. Sherwood Chillingworth. Evang Cluni Christiansen Donald m. Fields Edgar Kenyon and m. F. Mcguffin. Read classified Jom shoe Box 521 so. Lake ave., Pasadena open daily to s-.30 monday til 9 . I Sigma Kappa los Angeles area Sigma kappas will celebrate the 87th anniversary of the sorority s founding with a Brunch sunday at 11 . In the Petroleum club in Long Beach. Fifty year members will he presented with certificates. Stroller coaster thrilling new Joyce that i Chicks you through autumn Uilah the wonderful flow motion action of the famous sole. In a Mart new slim Light Ray flexible Bantam rib i Carrion. Caressing slip on Mth unique Fabula Itic top band. Just perfect for walking working trademark Ripple sole corporation 1014 4 11 in b four wonderful go Wilh colors. Black Palomino Bone or White. I or Polan no 51.00 additional. Transfer now to 50% More it s so simple a child can figure it. .454% is 50% More than Why Settle for 3% Bank interest when Prudential savings pays you 50to More with comparable insured safety. A family of three can have in savings with full insurance Protection. 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