Star-News (Newspaper) - December 17, 1971, Pasadena, California
HI Kenny the killer whale ..--Girls, members of Sierra Madres Girl gives friendly greeting to-.Cheryl Hen- derson, left, and Andrea- Cope while grabbing tasty tidbit from trainer Dick Brownell at Marineland of the Pacific. Scout Council, .and 70 other Girl Scouts from greater Los Angeles area, attended a seminar on marine ecology conducted by Marineland curator John'- Prescott, Colpitts, Russikoff Troth Told The engagement of Miss Karen Ann Mary Colpitts to .Lanny Marc Russikoff was announced ai a. party in the 'home of his par- Mr. and Mrs. Bruce W. (ADVERTISEMENT) WRINKLES REMOVED j IN J MINUTES Now, REVEAL, a fiBW identlfk'.coimetie- which wfll yourr wrinkle! temporarily In 3 minulei' up- to'fi houn. Apply. directed to lyour forehead, around your lyes, and neck and .watch the years dis- appear as the line's, crows'feet and bufflness disappear 'In just 3 min- utes. REVEAL and li sold with a strict, money back' guarantee. 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Girl Born in Pallas Family Parents for the first- time are Mr. and Paul Pallas (Ali- cha Sanchez) of Pasadena whose baby girl, Sheila Mar-, ie, was born Dec. 15 in Sierra Madre Cbmmunity.Hospital. paternal grand-1, parents are Pal- 'las, formerly of- -Pasadena and now residing in Kodiak, Alaska-, and .the'late Mr. Pal- las. grandparents are Mr. .and Mrs.-Ernest. D. ;S a n c h-e.'z of Albuquerque, N.M. Sheila: eighth greal-grandciuTd f .0 r Mrs. PaiHhalon Sandiez, also of who.has some 56 grandchildren. NO LESS THAN FANTASTIC! SAM; men's fine-quality 100% WOOL SUITS SINCE w Made to Sell Up'to PASADENA-250 E. Colorado Blvd., 796-0351 ARCADIA-1325 So. Baldwin Ave., 445-3131 Reception Will Honor Roeerses9 Golden Date An open house reception on Saturday will honor Dr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Rogers on their golden wedding anni- versary. Now living in San Clemente, the Rogerses were long-time residents of the Pasadena area. Dr. Rogers practiced dentistry in the Oak Knoll Building for 35 years, then continued his Address Set On Burglary Prevention La Canada-Flintridge New- comers Club has extended an invitation to all members and their -.guests to attend a luncheon to be held .in Chevy Chase Country Club on Jan. G. The. social hour begins at 11 a.m. with lunch being served at noon. Guest speaker will he Sgt Clark of the Los Angeles Sheriff Dept. His topic, "Look Before You will deal with residential bur- glary prevention. Mrs. Gene Bachmeier and Mrs. Alan Hoffman are .tak- ing reservations. Baby-sitting at the Youth House .can be arranged by calling Mrs. Bruce Howson or Mrs. Bruce Guthrie. Cap Sleeves Cap-sleeved mink tunic jacket by Chester >Weinberg is smart over long-sleeved pants suit. practice in Sierra Madre un- til a few years ago. Ralph M. Rogers and Myra Mary Shaw were married in the Pasadena home of Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Shnw.on'Dec. 28, 1921. the Shaws were 'among the first settlers of Sierra Madre Villa and owned a large orange grove at that time. 'Hosting the open house in the Corona Del Mar home of Dan Rogers will be the hono- rees' son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr., and Mrs. E. Jacque Miller of South Pasadena. Also present will be sons and daughters-in-law, Messrs, and Mmes. Ben Rogers of Pasadena and Dnn Rogers; and Mrs. Van Wolcotts, .sister and brother-in-law of Dr. Rogers, and Mrs. Grace 'Winnette, another of Dr. Rog- er's sisters who was matron of honor at the wedding. The Rogerses have 12 grandchildren and five great- grandchildren. PASADENA. FRIDAY, OCC. 17, 1971 THE SAMPLER WILL BE OPEN SUNDAY 12-5 P.M. DAILY 10 A.M.-9 P.M. 'TIL CHRISTMAS SAT. 'TIL 965-947 E. Green Pasadena 1031 So. Baldwin West Arcadia ..we're as proud of this fine color console as we are of our newly remodeled electronics department! Now you can have large screen color enjoyment for the price of a portable! 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How to make conservation begin at home: These suggestions may each sound like a rather small saving, but together they're enough to show in your gas bill. And if every household followed them, the total saving of fuel would be substantial. (If you're a thrifty sort, you may be practicing these economies already.) Cooking: Don't use a high flame' when a low one. will do. Don't pre-heat the oven too long. Don't use the oven to warm the room. Cover saucepans while cooking. Washers, dishwashers: Save hot water (and the gas that heats it) by running full loads only. (Same for clothes dryers.) House heating: When autumn comes, remember to turn the thermostat down when you go to bed. Draw the drapes at night; that cuts loss of heat through the glass. Close fireplace flues, air vents, etc., when not in use. And don't heat the furniture to a toasty 72 degrees while you're away all on vacation. Other fuel-saving tips: Make sure all appliances are operating efficiently. Don't overwork your furnace by making it struggle to blow air through an old, clogged filter. Check to see if your range produces a pure blue flame. (A yellow flame indicates improper combustion, which means waste. Have the range adjusted.) With these suggestions, you can do a lot to conserve your own.