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September 7, 1975

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Club plans show Over 100 members . Hid gwatU of the Five Acres San Marino Auxiliary fathered it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert O'Haver of Arcadia, recently, for a pre-benefit and get acquainted party. The decorations, food, aad outfits worn by the guests followed the Mexican theme of the party; but the talk, between dancing to the music of Bariando, centered on the groups annual benefit. The benefit will be held this year on Sept. 18 at the Huntington Sheraton Hotel, with a theme of "Let Us Entertain You". In addition to the 1975 designer collection presented by June Van Dyke, there will be a chorus line known as the Five Acre-ettes, made up of members HUE-BENEFIT PARTY — Viva and Mike O'Haver and auxiliary Sandy Hicks prepare for the pre-benef it party o( the Five rtcres osn manno muuiiary wnven waa new recenuy ai People Foothill YWCA to hold Bicentennial Bridal Show The YWCA, Foothill Center east in Monrovia will sponsor a Bicentennial Bridal Show Oct. S at 3 p.m. at the Clifton Auditorium. It will feature bridal gowns from the turn of the century to the present. Among those to be modeling are Caroline Barnes, wearing her own wedding gown and Rose Heritage in Susan Coe'a gown. Co-chairmen Beanie Newsome and Pat Ostrye are interested in presenting as many of the older gowns as possible, Anyone who has a gown that will be available for the show may contact them at the YWCA, 3SS-71H or 358-750S. Brenda Bebrens. community worker for the YWCA, Is also on the committee. Bill Fisette will perform the musical background. Tickets are available at the YWCA , and toe Monrovia Chamber of Commerce. Donation is &. ■Waff ManKsk^ ■U9AL rUMOK aBOW «M wweawej twwas fasy will 1 SUIl pboto by C*»rt Ljeai the 'O'Haver's home. The benefit will be held on Sept. 18 at the Huntington Sheraton Hotel in Pasadena with the thenre of "Let lit Entertain You." Athletic Club hold* annual barbecue Memben of Ok Santa Anita Athletic Club held their annual tau barbecue yesterday at the borne of Mr. aid Mr* Gene Tbornpeon. Mrs. Thompson waa chairman for the event. This year the theote was the "Boston Tea Party" . Mr*. Al Cramer, decoration* chairman, used red, white and blue to GARDEN CLUB DINNER - A potluck dinner was held recently by the Monrovia Garden Club at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Yeney. Over 80 members attended. The guest speaker was Maggie Ewing, daughter of club members Dr. and Mrs. Hubert Ingram. Her subject was carry out the blceateanla) theme. A barbecue dumr was' served end plamted by Mn. Richard 0. Window aad W committee, Mme*. F. Harold Reach, Earle J Shaw, Joe Searfeon, Herbert Vossler. Ezra Webb and. Ashford Woed. Mrs. Ernest E. CoUias was la charfe of reservation*. ■maniiiUiiiHi BOSTON TEA PARTY — Mme*. Ashford Wood, Gene Taompeon and Richard Window of the Santa Anita Athletic Club discuss their annual fall barbecue. TUs year the theme was "Boston Tea Party." ' "Raising plants in small areas." Pirtares from left are Mrs. Ewing. speaker, Mrs. Charles Coachman, president; Mrs Paul Reeder, arboretum district director; and Mr. and Mrs. Yeney. Cartwheel-a-thon is planned by area gymnasts to raise funds The Gems Gymnasts team, a group of area girls dedicated to achieving muscular coordination, has come up with a new idea to raise money. The girls will statge a Cartwheel-a-thon on Saturday, Sept. 27, beginning at 10 a.m. at El Monte Community Center, S3S1 Tyler St.. El Monte. Members of the public are invited to attend the event, and may obtain further Information by calling «4«4S. The girls will contact friends and neighbors, asking them to pledge a certain amount of money, such as 1«. 2« or 5« each cartwheel performed at the event. Each girl will ask her sponsors to fill in a form, stating bow much they will pledge, and after the cartwheel-a-thon she will return to her sponsors , with verification ax to how many cartwheels she completed, to collect the money. The money received will go to the Gems Booster Club who will use it to pay entry fees for competition and to host meets. There are almost 200 girts In the fcroup. most of them from Temple City aad Arcadia, with a number from El Monte and surrounding areas, aad they are hoot** to raise *i,080. This works oat at lid per girl, There are five Gams teams k* competition, a* well as beginning and intermediate classes in gymnastics. Head coach is Joe Gray of Tecnple City, K&m assisted by Tom Hacker of :mm West Covin, Lisa Katolia. SMi *«dUi Peters of El Monte and Debbie Perry of Baldwin Park, Ballet coaches are Nancy ""TSnWnsJw [WsjsWtWP^^^Bi^l 'w*'i%sV^*ia^^u^f' '^^Sft^aWnaH naasVasal UMBER LASSES - Members of the Gems Gymnastic team practice for the team's Cartwheel a thun to bo heM wmm*mwu+mmm proveaeio of Albambra Sept. IT. The girls need to raise money to cover entry Tempi -Carolyn Braes and Raee Barttaga rshisrss am liUnt mi Aatta Hoastoa oi B tees and transportation to coiapnOtlena, aad win ask at the wear la taw YWCA awjeneaaataTarMoi Shew Oct I. Moat* friends to pledge so mack apiece f or each cartwheel per- startle TensakCttr ax aw starung formed at the event. Shown are. VanVnro., Dana DAnaors aad Cark* 1 TW isau^ ant* sitnsri * uerne iiprnnswir center, on ■ at w a.m.