California Pasadena Independent Newspaper Archives Oct 5 1961, Page 21

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Pasadena Independent (Newspaper) - October 5, 1961, Pasadena, CaliforniaCarol Ruth Gotfredson women Independent thursday oct. 5, san Gabriel faraway places still luring Valley ites by Joyce Bickov just returned from the Lall Pines of Idaho and the shores of Beautiful Lake Pend Oreille Margaret Hamm is having to adjust again to the Hustle and Bustle of this metropolitan area As Well As to peeing the heartbreaking Cut Ting Down of Street s Lovely old Large Trees. Mrs. Hamm and her Hus band left san Gabriel last june to the summer living in their trailer on their newly acquired five acres in the old lumber town of Koo Tenai whose population mar Garet reports is 109, in eluding the donkeys. Margaret took the plane Home last week but her Hus band remained at Kootenai to make the new summer Home he is building there weather tight before the Snow Flics. Daughter Linda who kept the Home fires burning Dur ing the summer is delighted to have her Mother Home to relieve her of the household responsibilities. It was a great Day in Charles City Iowa when Albert and Gertrude Smith of san Gabriel drove into town a Tew weeks ago. Charles City is Gertrude s Home town and family and friends gathered for a grand reunion. After the talk and reminiscences the Smiths took Gertrude s sister mrs. A. B. Newton Back to her Home in Hackensack minn., where the Smiths had an Opportunity to become acquainted with their Young grand nieces and Nephew. Gertrude had no idea of what a hit she had made with the youngsters until the evening of her Depar Ture when the nine year old grand Niece called to announce that one of the fam ily cows had just produced a new calf and the children decided to Call it Gertrude had the calf been a boy she said it would have been named Albert Grace Dubois is among Llinat group of travellers who still believe the most comfortable Way to travel is by train and so Amos took her to the depot last saturday for a leisurely trip to Bonner Springs Kan. She is visiting her sister mrs. Marion Vaughn who recently retired As editor and publisher of the Springs chieftain a weekly newspaper that has been in the Vaughn family for about silly years. Grace has Many fond memories of the Lime in her teens when she helped get out the paper and con sequently she has never quite gotten the nostalgia for Printer s Ink out of her system. She and mrs. Vaughn have plans to visit their sister mrs. Russell gales in Berryville ark., which Amos describes As a charming spot in the heart of the ozarks. There will be some new residents on los Olivos drive in die next two weeks when Kenneth ail Marjorie French move into the attractive rambling Green stucco Home they have just Pur chased the French family is not new to san Gabriel however they be lived on Daroca for the past four years. Kenneth is Active in the local kiwanis club and is a member of the Board of directors of that organization. Marjorie is vice president of the san Gabriel Junior Wom an s club and is one of their busiest members. Debbie Linda and Tod the Small Fry of the family will not find themselves inconvenienced so far As school is concerned for they will still be in the Washington school area. Elmo Rich says that he used to have a Crew Cut but they jumped ship quota clubs to Convene in Coronada quota clubs in the 25lh District have received their official Call to the seventh annual conference opening tomorrow in the hotel Del Coronado Coronado. Arlin Fleck Pasadena quota club president will attend accompanied by Elsie l. Parker. Eleanor Vance Barbara Cox Ruth Rod Szrom Rosa Johnson de Warta Chester Flora Mccann and Edna renter of the Pasadena club. As District governor elea nor Trainotti of Monrovia will preside Over business sessions themed getting to know rear . Leslie e. Gehres manager of the National Marine terminal in san Diego will be feature speaker at the saturday night banquet. Working girls and Busy mothers especially for you open tuesday and thursday evenings dial by 6-5344 i hair designs e. Green. Pasadena Wall to Wall carpet cleaning our specially rvs Joniford by ii re a via b06 Kie Schmitt 1311 Ujj Martha Roth Wells troth revealed i by Ruth b1ij.hkimkk, society Kollor Martha Anne Rollin cell daughter of Mills College president and mrs. C. Eastop. Rothwel in to become Hie Bride of a san Marino Man next summer. He is Richard Barr Mickley son Hie Horace Hamilton Mac keys of Lorin Road. The two met at Stanford University where the wed Ding probably will take place following Anne s graduation next summer. Is working for his master s degree in business administration at Stanford graduate school of business. He is a i Weinber of Kappa Alpha. Anne an american Litera Ture major is a resident of Florence Moore Hall. She spent the summer o in Switzerland on the . Intent in International Liv ing program. She is the granddaughter of the late Edward bucking Ham sterlings of Portland ore., and of the late or. And mrs. Charles Garnet Roth Well of Butte Mont. Hick s Mother coincides , is an Alumna of Mills and is the former Frances ban of Santa Ana. Dick s grandparents Are the late Otis Barrs of that City and the late Calvin mickeys of. Los Angeles. Miss Gotfredson to re wed autumn will bring the Noria go of Carol Ruth got Fredson of san Marino and John h. Schrin of Bakers Field it is announced today with the disclosure of their engagement. Carol is the daughter of mrs. Margaret r. Gotfred son of Long Beach and or. K. Jay Gotfredson of Cali fornia Street san Marino. Her Fiance is the son of or. And mrs. Riley a. Sherin of Bakersfield. They will he married nov. 4 in Pasadena. The hide to be is a Grad uate of san Marino High school and attended pc. She was president of Anitas. Her grandparents Are c. P. Gotfredson of South Pasa Dena and the late mrs. Got Fredson also of mrs. H. O. Bacon of Long Beach and the Jale or. Bacon. John is debutantes to hostess formal Tea the 14 Les Fleurette who will make their debut at bal Blanc Rie Noel on Dee. 29 will be hostesses at a formal Lea saturday in the Home of or. And mrs. Alexander o. Richardson on Fairlawn drive la Canada. Guests will include Mes. Robert d. Cowardin presi Dent of the la Canada thursday club who Spon sors the Ball and Board members Mes. Walter Warren bal Blanc de Noel chairman Robert a. Paxton Cassius e. Culberson Thomas i. Smith jr., Edwin h. Busch or. And the 21 potential provisional los Fleur ettes of 1962 and their Moth ers. Carol Culberson is presi Dent of los i Leur Eltes me Lissa la Moise is Secretary and treasurer is Sharon Rose Pejsa. The bal Blanc de Noel will be held in the viennese room of the Huntington Sheralon. Interesting note from Gooseberry Bob once you Dine at san Marino s most popular i family restaurant you la j wonder Why you waited so Long to decide on the famous Marino House. Excellent variety outstanding taste templing Quality served in ultimate Charm and com fort. Home made Rolls and pastries. No cocktails. Our huh year. Try our famous Gooseberry Jam. Closed mondays. Dinners of 8p.m. By 9-7153. Mario House 2627 Mission ill Robin Swahua Tinq an alumnus of Bakers Leld Junior College. University club members to dance passports for a flight to Paris and a Gay cabaret dinner dance were the form in which invitation s reached members of Pasadena University club for their open ing Lall party tomorrow night. The affair starts off the club s social season with Barney Sorkin billed under flight information As capt. Mamet Sorkin Crew his seven entrepreneurs entertainment chairmen of the evening will be or. And mrs. Terry Chambers. Among reservations to drs. And mines. Paauw units announce meetings Early october Sellon meetings being announced by american association University women Pasa Dena Branch Are play Reading tonight ., Home of miss Mabel can Avn Pepper drive Altadena when Kitfu Man and Hart s you can t take it with you will be read and mrs. Allan ii. Dor land will give notes on both authors and play. American forum saturday 10 . Until noon salad luncheon at the Home of mrs. Robert n. San Pasual Street. Evening Book review Mon Day ., at the Home of mrs. E. W. Haynes Queen Sherry hd., with miss Mary i Lowell Starling his year s study program with a discussion of modern poetry and some of the new poets. In new York four Santa Anita executives attended the to Vlf thoroughbred racing association s hotel orca free c and slag by Tho new York racing action and Santa Anja. Dinner at the plans new York City Las attending from to wore Robert p. Str h. Ryan a. E. Kill Fred punier. Tin party is to . To Loioco Closed monday Atli Valloni by j-700s 13? South Toi it 6 11, of Inifi Martha Anne Rothwell land Marshall John Edward merchant j. Clifford Wilcox and mrs. H. Burton messes. And Mes. Biggar jr., Mel Caines Orrin Fox Howard Gates Robert h e i m a n a Harold Hines Don Kemble Robert , Edgar out ten Aram pashgian John Pash Gian Darrell Sluder Swasand r i c h a re Thomas Krank Whiting and James Wilcott. Parties of the club year in clude two at which Joe to Shay s orchestra will play a new year s eve party and the annual Spring dinner dance. Schedules Rush parly second of rho chapter Beta Sigma Phi will be held today in the Home of mrs. Robert beavers of South Pasadena. Miss Jean map Hcetor and mrs. Ralph Haussler will pre sent the program and Host esses will be miss Merguc Rita Muro and mrs. Robert Liptz. The chapters fall Rush Tea will be in the Home of mrs. Ronald Young on sunday from 2 until 5 Rushes will include Joan Christian sen Deborah Fisher Carol Gearheart Martha Muro Nancy Louise Virgin and Elizabeth Walko. The Tea will also Honor the misses Lynnette Clems Ruth Fantine and Madonna Kalb Fleischli transfers from other chapters. Arcadia Guild to open fall season tonight Altadena Community hos Pital Guild will hold its first meeting of the club season tonight at 8 At the Home of mrs. A. H. Brunc on East Mendocino aha Dena. Mrs. Cash Crinch Devine director of the office of educational relations Lor Pasadena chapter of the red Cross will speak. Mrs. Kim s. Johnson the Guild s newest member will be introduced and plans Lor the new year discussed. M h is they Tell us Nur dollies tire better mailing limn Liusa seen in Whei e else 1 464 e. Colorado blvd. Parking in Rytir enter off South los i to blocs even the leaves fall for town is country shoes open monday i Friday till 9 Esquire Tun Brown Black Multi Lizard one Orcen i Multi Lizard mid Heel d. Leonard a. J where casual footwear comes first 548 so. Lake ave., Pasadena free parking in rear use your Ianka Dericard specially Only 20 Frigidaire two door refrigerator Freezer no Frost no defrosting in the refrigerator 1961 deluxe 2-door refrigerator Freezer appliances no derailing tin in the. Riff Grater Stitten . Frinier of in cite cont Alert nearly vim ii Ibl. 3 full Width , door tract Toon Lall bottle to Teggi by stir one week Only one week Only hurry dqd00 appliances inc. Quantities limited 564 e. Colorado by 3-5159 i open Mon. Fri. Till 9

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