Mrs. Julian Bertaina Glen Oaks PTA
b ove in BRAILLE HELP SOUGHT FROM GLEN OAKS P-TA i Tfmel PenlnsBla News Service) MILLBRAE. Oct. 5--Mrs. Gary Kriedt, vice-president, presided ..t the first regular meeting of the Glen Oats P-TA. Mrs. L. Shinn, exceptional child chairwoman, told the need for to attend braille classes at the American Legion Hall in San The purpose is to learn to convert textbooks into braille children can attend local schools. Also, she asked members to give one hour a week to help it the Cerebral Palsy school in San Mateo. Mrs. William McCarthy, recreation and civilian defense chairwoman, told members Red Cross classes are available and to contact her if interested. Mrs. Forrest Brown in the new treasurer, replacing Mrs. Ben Haugen, who is moving to Sunnyvale. Mr. H. B. Cowan, principal, introduced teachers, and lauded the fathers who participated in the two Glen Oaks' baseball teams, for their cooperation and spirit which they displayed. Flag ceremonies were con- ducted by Den !, Pack 24, Tommy Wagner, Jimmy Wagner, Terry Brown, Gaybe Parkus, George Wieland, took pirt. Mrs. Dunn's class of last year won attendance p e n n a n t Kriedt and Rickey Aiken accepted it, and in turn presented it to Mr. Comstock, sixth grade teacher. Janice Rogers played the piano for the members. The meeting was primarily a get-acquainted evening, and Mrs. Julian Bertaina had two very mix-up games, at the end o) which not one of the ninety-seven members present ielt like a stranger. Dessert was served the mothers of Mrs. Riaska's Mrs. Winter's classes.