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24-A-Centrol 76-A-Burbgnk ZU-A-North 20-A-Wc*t 20-A-to»t T H E N E W 5 Von Nuys Exchange Vows in Carolina Ceremony Yuko Ogushi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hideo Ogushi of Nara, Japan, became the bride of Dennis Sheldon Barren of Van MRS. DENNIS BARRON Kuys, son of the Benjamin BaiTons of Los Angeles, in rites at Congregation Em- niuel Temple in Statesville, X.C. The bride was given in marriage by her American parents Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Westmoreland of Statesville. She chose a gown of white silk trimmed with Chantilly lace for her wedding. An organza rose headpiece held her illusion veil trimmed with matching lace and she carried a nosegay of white roses and an orchid backed by a Japanese fan. Yuko was graduated from Mitchell College in Statesville where she affiliated with Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and was named Most Outstanding Woman student. She also is listed in "Who's Who in American Junior Colleges" and "Who's Who at Mitchell College." She has resided in Statesville for three years under sponsorship of the Altrusa Club, and has lived Avith four families. Dennis was graduated from UCLA and received his master's degree in psychology from California State College at Los Angeles. Following a honeymoon trip to Los Angeles and other California cities, the n e w l y weds will make their home in Southern California. D e b b i e Anne Butler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butler of Northridge, m'arried Marc Thomas Reese, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Reese, Woodland Hills, at morning rites in Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church. After a reception at the Odyssey Restaurant, the couple honey- m o o n e d in San Diego. They'll make their home in Encino. Both a t t e n d e d Pierce College. K. ."VI. Somers photo Patriotism Subject for BPW Club " P a t r i o t i s m -- Our American Flag" will be the subject when Canyon Country Business and Professional Women's Club meets Monday at 7:30 p.m. for dinner in the banquet room at Tip's Sierra Rest a u r a n t, 26913 Sierra Highway. Saugus. Betty Mathonis is chairman. She will be assisted by Eleanor Wilson, Mae Scruggs, Ester Gilmer and Gertrude Shirley. Reports on the Tri-Valley District training meeting for incoming officers and chairmen to be held Sunday iri Lancaster will be heard. Attending from the Canyon Country Club are Mrs. Scruggs, Thelma Brown, Mmes. Mathonis, Shirley and Gilmer. Reservations for the dinner meeting may be m a d e by calling Anne Lynch at 252-1676. Nina Lynn Cisar will be married to Michael Tethers in rites planned for Aug. 21 at Chapel of the Cross Lutheran Church. N i n a , daughter of Mrs. LaVeme Cisar oi Sepulveda and George Cisar of Granada Hills, attended Valley State and is affiliated with San Fernando Assembly, International Order of Rainbow for Girls. MichaeL son of the James Tethers of Roslyn. Pa., served in the O.S. Navy. EII KVI c* Elizabeth Ann Dripps was married to Gregory Marc Staeger at AH Souls Chapel at Hospital of Good Samaritan where she one* served as a Candy Striper. Elizabeth is the daughter of Mrs. Albert Clark Dripps of Sherman Oaks and th» late Mr. Dripps and Gregory's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Hans G. Staeger, also of Sherman Oaks. The couple attended Valley State. They are at home in Golela. DaA r ai Races on Calendar i'. - o.' the National Cbaril;. l./fJine L*v Angeles Chapter v.]]l hoi a day at the race- Saturday at Hollywood Park. Guests will }) their fathers and also the graduating Twelfth Grade Tick- tockers with their father.-. Girls and their fathers will enjoy an 11:£0 a.m. buffet luncheon in the clubhouse, and then watch the races from the special group section. N E W SVAPEIlfl IC H i V E' of llu cicnt i Carolyn Miner and the patroness chairman i- her mother Mrs. Milton Miner. Werrh- Bennici i? president of 1he C o ] 1 e giennes. and her mother Mrs. Stephen Een- i is CoHegienne patron?s chairman. King of Encino is vice president and her mother, Mrs. Curtis King J r , is patroness co-chair- NORTHRIDGE Junior Woman's club members Mmes. Roy McGrail, Kenneth Mack, Charles Daub- enberger and Ralph Niffenegger, from left, prepare decorations for patriotic themed Sierra-Cahuenga District roundtable which will be held Monday. Northridge group will hostess event. The News photo by Dennis Mavity The News photo by Halph Sarnuelt MR. AND MRS. ROSAUER: Celebrate 50 Years · Longtime Residents Honored Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rosauer of Van Nuys were honored on their g o l d e n wedding anniversary at a reception given by their three sons-in- 1 a w a n d cl a u gh t ers. Messrs, and Mines. Richard Dunavant of Van Nuys. Richard Terry of Canoga Park and Larry Christy of Mission Hills. Renewal of their wedding vows commemoiated the occasion. The event, held in the Knights of Columbus Hall in Van Nuys, was attended by approximately 140 guests. Coming from out of town to celebrate with them were Mrs. Rosauer's brother Robert Pirkl of St. Cloud. Minn., Mrs. Elsie Phillips, a sister-in-law from Tow. Tex., and Mr. Rosauer's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rosauer of Orland. Cal. The honorees were married in Pharr. Tex., and established a home in Van Nuys in 1922. At that time the Valley had a population of close to 7500, He was in business for himself until he retired in 1951. He has been a member of Van Nuys American Legion Post 193 for 35 years and Mrs. Rosauer has been a member of its a u x i liary during those years. He also has been a member of Van Nuys Elks Club 2028 for 35 years and a 1916 charter member of Knights of Columbus. He was a member of the San Gabriel Drum and Bugle Corps, which won the national championship four times and the state championship 17 times between 1930 and 1948. Mr. Rosauer served in World War I and was a member of the California State Guard in World War II. :;s3^^ Jewelry Shop In 'Hip' Scene The fine jewelry shop is changing from a hushed cathedral setting for awe- inspiring gems to a hip f a s h ion scene. Newest jewelry shop in New York's elegant 57th Street. Karram 57, is a setting of wood and polished bolts. The wood consists of the ends of four-by-four beams lhat form the walls, sticking out in various lengths, with the gleaming bolts studding the sculptured walls at intervals. Five Hundred Are Expected Cont. from Preceding Page Irvine, Pacific Palisades; Harrison A. Price. Los Angeles; Martin A. Sklar, A n a h e i m : C. Thomas \Vilck, Washington, D.C. Mrs. Lund is the former Sharon Disney and Mr. Price is chairman of the board for California In- of the Arts. Wins in Essay Contest Candy Striper Nancy Coals, left, is winner of National Hospital Week Essay Contest sponsored by Valley Presbyterian Hospital Citation was presented to Birmingham High School senior by Kathleen Hirsch, hospital public relations director. Essay describes writer's reactions as volunteer. Leaguers Install in Ceremony Bib and Tuckers, Assistance League of Southern California, installed Mrs. Louis Bennett as their chairman for a second term at a noon luncheon in Perino's Restaurant. Serving with Mrs. Bennett on the Bib and Tucker board for 1971-1972 will be M m e s . Arthur Silvers, J a m e s P a d d e n , Neil M c G o v e r n , V e r n o n Springford of Toluca Lake and Robert Coyner of Encino. Others include Mmes. J a m e s Rodgers, Harry Thomas of Sherman Oaks, Stuart McGowan of-North Hollywood, Allen K. Wood of Sherman Oaks, Ronald Hagerthy, Shipp Ackerman, Evelyn Field, E. 0. Bachmann, Henry Feustel and Harry Brodsky. Adrienne Fogel become the bride of Robert L. Esensten at The Ventura Club. Adrienne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fogel ol North Hollywood, attended Valley College. Robert, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Esensten of Reseda, attends USC. Following honeymoon to Lake To- hoe the couple is at horn* in Panorama City. Kurt \V{3icnuui JbO!o To Honor Former Officers P a s t presidents of Sierra-Cahuenga District, California Federation of Women's Clubs Junior Membership, will be hon- o r e d w h e n Sierra-Ca- huenga District holds its d i n n e r meeting and roundtable Monday at 7 p.m. at the Granada Hills W o m a n 's Club house, 10666 White Oak Ave. Mrs. Karl Stechman, n e w l y e lected district president, will introduce her officers. Workshops will be held during the evening for department officers, and new programs of mental health, s a f e t y , y o u t h , conservation and Americanism will be stressed. N o r t h r i d g e Junior Woman's Club,- under the direction of Mrs. Kenneth Mack, Avays and means chairman, will hostess the e v e n t . Assisting Mrs. Mack are Mmes. Ralph N i ffenegger, Northridge Juniors president; Roy McGrail, Charles Dauben- berger and James Cass. The Northridge group will serve Mexicali tacos, green salad and lime chif- on to roundtable participants and colors of red, white and blue emphasize the Fourth of July theme. Seniors to Hear Humorist Talk George Gilbert, a native of Chisholm. Mimx. will address members of the Shaarcy Zedek Seniors on .lime 30 at 1 p.m. at 12SOO j C h a n d l e r Blvd.. North Hollywood. Mr. Gilbert is known as "Mr. Melting Pot, U.S.A." and in his humorous program. "How Other People Talk," tjses more than 35 accents. Mr. Gilbert is appearing under the auspices of the Free Enterprise Speakers Bureau of Coast and Southern Federal Savings and Loan Assn. MISS LAMONICA Parents Reveal Betrothal Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. LaMonica of Woodland Hills are announcing the e n g a g ement of their daughter Marguerite to Lawrence D. Malizio, son of the Joseph Malizios of Deerfield, 111. The bride-elect is a student at Harper College in Paletine, 111. Her father is western region manager for Anheuser-Busch Inc. A June 26 wedding is being planned at Holy Cross Church in Deerfield. Columbia University Students Are Wed When Mary Beth McLaughlin b e c a m e the bride of Robert J. Cresci at St. Joseph's Catholic Church she wore a gown of silk organza and a fern floral headpiece held her elbow-length veil. Mrs. Knight Is President Of Auxiliary Mrs. Irving Knight of Encino has been elected president of the Women's Auxiliary of El Caballero Country Club in Tarzana. She -was installed during a luncheon held at the club. C h a i rmen and their duties are Mmes. William R o senberg, tournament; Gerald Smith, handicap; Seymour Rouff, secretary; Irvine Robbing, treasurer. More are Mmes. Harry Ross, invitational; Harold Goldberg and Al Greenberg, social; Henry Levine, hospitality; Charles Esserman, publicity, and Irving Oschin, ex-officio. Mrs. Knight, one of the top women golfers in Southern California, is president of the Ten and Under women's golfing organization. The group is made up of private and public course golfers who have a 10-handicap or less. Mary Beth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Joseph McLaughlin of Reseda, was graduated summa cum laude from UCLA and became affiliated with Phi Beta Kappa. She received her master's degree from Columbia University where she is working toward a PhD in counseling psychology. Robert, son of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Cresci of Brooklyn, is an alumnus of the United States Mili- O'Bourke Studio MRS. ROBERT J. CRESCI tary Academy at West Point and served in Vietnam. He is studying for a master's degree at Columbia. T h e c o u p le honeymooned at Laguna Beach and will make their home in Brooklyn. 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