Theresa Fro Morris and daughter Sally Graves
Grandmothers Schedule Party st presidents will be 2|S5nored when Sherman Grandmothers Club meets for the Seventh, Luncheon par- Monday at 11:30 a.m. in Â·-Puccis restaurant, 16065 Centura Blvd., Encino. f^earls of Hope |Card Party Set Pearls of Hope Chapter 5for the City of Hope, is hold- J^ing its Junior Bazaar and jfCard Party on Tuesday at *ihe American Legion Hall, 112117 Moorpark St., Studio ^ity. Doors -will open at 10 Â·Â«Â£.m. Items will include men's, Clothing, toys, games, kit- *fhen utensils and food. Card games -will follow Siinch. Telephone calls may be e*irected to ST 4-9343 or 4-8345 or ST 0-2405. Past presidents, v jo trill be present, will give short talks on the outstanding events of their terms of o f - fice. They are Marie Daigle, who organized the club and was president from 1S57 until 195S; Gertrude Connell, 195S-59; Cora Stoddard, 1959-61, and Aline Lieberman, 1961-62. Bessie Bouche became president. in 1S62 and still holds that office- There were 25 charter members. Eleven are still active members. All former members and members of all National Federated grandmothers clubs are being invited to attend. Theresa Fro Morris, lyric soprano, will entertain with several vocal selections- She will be accomoanied by her d a u g h t e r " Sally Graves at the piano. A birthday cake deco- rated with c a n d spring Sowers, will be to adorn the tables. Aline L i e b e r m a n charge. Cora Stoddaroi, past president and national organizer, is cochainnan with Ethel Streeton in planning the spring conference, to held May 21 at Fashion Square when the national officers will make their official visit to this area. L u n c h e o n may be called to ST or ST 3-0927. Sales Work No. 1 U.S. Women Sales work employs 1.8 million women, the great majority as sales personnel in retail stores.