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Independent (Newspaper) - June 20, 1973, Pasadena, CaliforniaAnnual Las marinas Tea fetes Young women Sierra Hastings Golden Arrow award arrives by Judy Mitchell staff photo by Norm Denton announced Young women from area named As presenters for 1973 Las marinas Debutante Ball in december Are foreground Dana Hees left and Cathleen Chandler standing from left Kristin Hubbard. Laurie Volk. Diane Jones. Leslie Martin and Elizabeth Platt of Claremont. Girls toured children s Hospital yesterday with fathers. Miss Halverson engaged the engagement of miss Ingrid Malene Halverson to John Andrae Schaht has been announced by her parents or. And mrs. James Fifield Halverson of Pasadena. He is the son of or. And mrs. Frank Carl Schachl of Pacific Palisades. The Bride elect is a graduate of Oakhurst High school and is a senior at Cal state . Her Fiance is a graduate of Cal state. No wedding Dale has been set by the couple. Cross Channel the French Are already creating their clothes for fall. They re in the classic British Mold o Burberry. Tweeds Cashmere twin sets. Prince of Wales checks and shetlands. Hastings chatter there s a Golden Arrow stuck in the front Lawn of Ann and Frank Ziol s Shadow Grove Avenue Home and it was t placed there by some ghostly renegades from the past the Arrow arrived last thursday awarded by judges from Pasadena Beautiful and just two Days after the Hastings ranch Garden club of which Ann is immediate past president met for their installation luncheon at Ann s Home. The award which came accompanied by a plaque was Given for continued excellence in Garden maintenance. Some 30 other award winners were honoured at a reception held at Cal tech following the judging. Ann plans to become involved herself with Pasadena Beautiful following a sabbatical in Europe which she and Frank plan to make in a few year s time. The Hastings ranch Garden club in the meantime will not meet again formally until the fall at which time new officers Marsha mrs. Dell ferryman president Sonja mrs. Robert Grisbach. Vice president Joanne mrs. Michae-1 Shumate Secretary and Jeanne mrs. Keith Lauritzen treasurer will assume their duties and begin plans for a Gar Den party for members and their husbands. Highlighting the installation was a silent auction of potted plants with proceeds from that event earmarked for the group s philanthropies which include pennies for Pines a reforestation project in the Angeles Forest. Sierra Madre circuit Canon Avenue resident Christine Veblen was once again the honoured guest at a pc wedding Shower Given for her by Marilyn mrs. Johni Finton. Landfair Road. Lower Hastings ranch. Marilyn was hostess to Christine and 15 other guests at a mid afternoon Tea highlighted by Champagne punch and a traditionally decorated cake. Christine was surprised by the presence of one of her very Best friends whom she has known since grammar school and had t seen in Over to Vears Nancy Simons. Daughter of former Sierra Madre mayor Jack Simons now of Florida. Nancy was expected for the june 22 wedding but flew out ahead of schedule in order to be present at the bridal Shower guests at the miscellaneous Shower were Pat mrs. James Hollowell Barbara mrs. Gary Coon Wendy Caldwell Christine s mrs. Wiley Caldwell Christine s grandmother Betsy Hoag. Jean mrs. Alex scrim. Barbara Fletcher Sally mrs. Dave Nichols Gerry mrs. William Donnan Karen and Cathy Veblen Christine s Sisters am her Mother Jean mrs. John Veblen. Christine s marriage to Don Bishop will take place on Fri Day in the Veblen s gardens after which the newlyweds Wil make their Home in san Diego Koback Yost troth told the engagement of miss Colleen Marie Koback to Ronald Craig Yost has Beert announced by her parents or. And mrs. Walter j. Koback of Altadena. Or. And mrs. Vance r. Yost also of Altadena Are parents of the bridegroom elect. A graduate of St. Andrews High school miss Koback attends Pasadena City College. Or. Yost graduate of Muir High school plans to attend pc in the fall. The couple plan to be married aug. 25 in St. Elizabeth s Church. Six Young women from the Star news area Are among the 35 who Are to be presented at the 1973 Las marinas Debutante Ball in december. They were honoured yesterday at the annual Debutante Tea at the Home of mrs. Clair Leverett Peck jr., in los Angeles and were greeted by mrs. Long Ellis of Pasadena Las marinas president. The Ball is set for dec. 22 at the Beverly Hilton sponsored traditionally by this support group of childrens Hospital. At a Mother daughter Coffee held monday at the Home of mrs. Charles Thomas Munger Teresa Longyear of Pasadena one o last year s Debs Mary Jane Breen and Leslie Call told of their rewarding work As volunteers at the Hospital. Yesterday morning the presenters toured children s Hospital with their fathers and grandfathers. Girls from this area Are Cathleen Chandler daughter of the Otis Chandlers Dana Elsbeth Hees. Or. And mrs. William Rathbun Hees Iii Kristin Hubbard or. And mrs. John Randolph Hubbard Diane Marie Jones or. And mrs. Louis Winchester Jones or. Leslie Sherwood Martin mrs. Stewart Martin and William Lawson Martin i and Laurie Louise Volk daughter of the Kenneth Quinton Volks or. Like the other girls they Are newly graduated from High school. Cathy will enter Princeton in the fall Dana. Us. Berkeley Kristin us where her father is the University president Diane University of the Pacific Leslie Whittier College and Laurie Southern methodist University. The other presenters and their parents Are Karen Ahmanson. Daughter of the Robert h. Ahma sons Kathleen auth the Robert e. Autos Cheryl Lee Bailey the Charles s. Baileys Susan Brant the Robert a. Brants or. Lois Reese Clements or. And mrs. William f. Clements Ann Catherine Craddock Roger w. Craddock Cheryl Ann Cut Ting or. And mrs. Warren d. Cutting and Julie Anne Ellis the Edward c. Ellipses. More Are Anne Forthmann the Andrew k. Forthmann Marian Francis the James a. Francises Joan Therese Frawley. The Patrick j. Frawley Ann Irene frick., or. And mrs. Donald a. Frick or. Mary Katherine Hanrahan the Jerome h. Hanrahan the class m ii Jilin Loi dr., Large selection of unique drip design candles la Flimin id it i we have enthusiastic and hardworking housekeepers Han Yih available any Day hourly rate minimum three hours employees Are carefully Ura ened bonded insured. Covered by Soi Workman s comp. University housekeeping inc. Phone 570-0710 or 682-1480 my of 8-5 at the world famous in the Golden land of Apple Valley California everybody has fun at Apple Valley inn. Mom and dad can relax while the youngsters have a world of fun under planned supervision. Ride swim fish play Golf and Tennis. Delicious Bill o fare dancing and entertainment every night except special family plan no charge for children under 12 when occupy ing room with adult. Pay food charges Only. Come any dais of the week for reservations Call 714 247-7241 by Ruth Billheimer Mary Lynn Harrison the de Newton Harrisons Pamela Huntley. Mrs. John b. Huntley and the late or. Huntley and Susan Lind Keek the John l. Meeks. Completing the list arc Melinda Leigh Meserve the Edwin a. Reserves Elizabeth Ella Mooney or. And mrs. Herbert s. Mooney Elizabeth Beaven Platt or. And mrs. Joseph b. Platt Galen Wells Rogers and Brooke Maclay Rogers or. And mrs. Edward h. Rogersjr. Karen Rice Rosenkrantz or. And mrs. Jens Georg Rosenkrantz Susan Shankland the Sidney f. Shank lands Cristina Elita Smith the Gordon a. Smiths Hillary Smith or. And mrs. William w. Smith Susan steiny. The John 0. Steinys Nancy Lee swell the Leland b. Swells and Gail Ann Van Dyke the Robert j. Van Dykes. Torrs Toast summer or. And mrs. John . Tan gave a Toast to summer party at their Home saturday night for approximately 90 guests Many of whom were just Home from vacation trips or making plans to go. Batik fabrics from Bali Lenl an exotic flavor to the artist s studio at the rear of the Tarrs property once used by former Pasadena Painter Mary Fitzgerald. It was Here that the guests gathered for supper and dancing to the music of the Ira Kalb quintet. Vacation plans and reminiscences dominated the conversation during cocktails and it was Learned that the Arthur l. Neffs have an invitation to Dine with the King of Tonga later this year. The George Bernharth just Back from Bulgaria and the Dalma Tian coast were a suited about their discovery of a delicious bul unpronounceable wine called Wallace Neff jr., up from Laguna Beach told of plans for a cruise on the is France and the Tarrs will Vaca Tion in Morocco. Friends remarked that the Robert Derienzo were amazingly animated following their Grad n ight involvement at san Marino High and the Roy k. Hanson were still thrilling Over the idyllic unspoiled area of Poudre colo., where they will return later for fishing and camping. A Bossa Nova Medley was played to Honor or. And mrs. John . Penido and among those dancing to Al were and Mes. David Dahl Patricl Lawrence John Mccuen George Kent Daniel Seigel and Ben Massey jr., the Denni Stan fills Stephen Cannells Norman Mitchells. James b Boyles jr., George Wheaton Frederick w. Griffins James lovers Kenneth Moores am Richard Stevers. Others present were messes and Mes. Myrl Scott John a. Todd jr., James b. Fox Iii Kenneth David Ebershoff Eric Lindquist Robin von Tscharner. Nicholas Clinch Michael Brown Bill Slocum Dareld Shaver Joseph Brunner Iii Mark Trueblood Kenneth Pelton Charles Cher Niss . Coombs George Stadtler Iii and Giles Nolan. Bachelors or. Frolic Pasadena Junior bachelors gave its june party at the ice House tuesday night third in the annual series of Socia events. Marking he end of the school year it was preceded by the usual september party a Disneyland and a Christmas dinner dance. 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