Valley News from Van Nuys, California on October 3, 1967 · Page 3
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Tuesday, Octeber 3, 1967--Von Nuys (Collf.) T H E N E W S lMfu-23-A W«*u_23-A Na.I«t»--15-A tar.--17-A Central--23-A I , Dolores Hope Gives Awards To Lakeside Women Golfers No one is ever a loser in the Dolores Hope Tournament for Lakeside Club women golfers. All participants get a chance to c e l e b r a t e at luncheon at the Bob Hopes' Toluoa Lake home after the three-day tourney. There was, of course, special attention for top winners Chris (Mrs. Patrick) McGarry and Ginny (Mrs. William G.) Smith. As winners of the first flight, "Hope for the Best," they get their names engraved on a perpetual trophy in addition to the silver bowls presented by Mrs. Hope. It was the second time around as top winner for Pat, but the first thrill as winner for Ginny. Get Silver Bowls They defeated Pat (Mrs. David) Millerburg and Janet (Mrs. William H.) McAdam. And Mrs. Hope who, day earlier, had placed second in the pro-am prelude to the Ladies Los Angeles Open (playing with Carol Mann, Jess Watson and Dick Moore) received a special and unexpected trophy -- a silver bowl -- from Lakeside women golfers chairman Dorothy (Mrs. Robert) Boyd. Dolly (Mrs. Tom C.) Carrell, who played in the tournament for the first time, and partner Milly (Mrs. Herschel B.) Green defeated K a t i e (Mrs. Walter) Sharp 'and Vi (Mrs. Wallace) McDonald to win the second flight, "High Hopes." More Hopeful Flights In the third flight, "One Last Hope," winners were Lucille (Mrs. Kenneth) Barnett and Lillian (Mrs. Edward) McDonald who defeated Mmes. Webster Hanson and Jack Helm. Darliene (Mrs. Ross) Hart and Billie (Mrs. Don) Conroy, playing through an unexpected thunder shower, defeated Ida Mae (Mrs. Harold) Dahlman and Peggy (Mrs. Thomas) Sohulkins to win the fourth flight, "Hope Springs Eternal." "Pull of Hope" (fifth flight) winners were Loretta (Mrs. Clifford) Armstrong and Carol (Mrs. Thomas) Jones. Runners up were Marilyn (Mrs. D.S.) Carver and Betty (Mrs. Charles) Woodruff. Best player of the day might well have been Carol (Mrs. Sherry) Shourds in the first flight. When partner Mrs. James Stockton dropped out at the last minute, she played alone and turned in a score of 87. Play to Eat But win or lose, Mrs. Hope invited all of the 79 participants (and only participants) to come to lunch and eat b e e f strogonoff, crab louis and green goddess salads. Almost everyone did. Almost no one touched the goodies on the dessert table. Almost no one ever does. Mrs. Boyd, Duch (Mrs. Vern) Quinby, tournament chairman, and her assistant Marge (Mrs. Richard) French didn't have time to eat. They were busy check- ing scores and seeing that ·winners received silver bowls and runners-up bottles of champagne -- all presented by the tournament sponsor. Those Who Qualified Among others who qualified for the tournament and a. chance to sit at the tables, centered with masses of chrysanthemums in yellow and bronze shades, were Mmes. W. R. M. Smith, John P Howard, J. Gordon Erickson, Boyd, Curtis Meeks and Charles Kern.. There, 1,00, were Mmes. H a r r y Kavanaugh, Boyd O'Donnell, Frank Koenen, Brace Gurnee, James Me- Cormick, Edward O'Rear, Frank. Cooper, Joseph Corie, William H. Roberts, Warren Doble, Robert Mumro, Roger Sorensqn, Elton Rule, Lee Speights, Bernard Smith, Warren Maudlin, William Garnett, French, Lindsay Magoffin, Robert Schafhausen, Lenny Westering, Car- ter Covert, Darnell Bogardus, Jerry Finn. Still more were Mmes. W i l l i a m J. -Mayhugh, William Deardorff, Norman Rehm, Stuart King. William Notthoff, Harry Hess (she played terrific golf the first day), William Roe, R. W. Dennis, Stan Brucks, Frank Vernon, Don Hunter, Richard Gulbranson. Where Was Champ? And others who golfed and lunched were Mmes. William J. Ravenscroft, John Winn, Wells Cook, Lloyd Gregg, Robert Lee,' Fred Ayoob, D. S. Carver, Charles Woodruff, Gwyn Redwine, R. W. Blanchard, Lowell Glenn, C h a r l e s Walker, Hal Webb and Dulaney Palmer. Only noted Lakeside woman golfer missing was Betty (Mrs. J. Stad) Loveys. The champ, suffering from a "bad back," didn't play. --FRANCES R. KAY FOOD PAGE Miriam Fatherolf r Tbf Newi food editor, is on vacation. Her pag» will be resumed when sh« returns. . TOP winners Mmes. Wiffism E. Smith, left, and Patrick McGarry receive silver trophies from Dolores (Mrs. Bob) Hope, sponsor of fifth annual tournament for Lakeside Club women golfers. LUNCH at Bob Hope home is extra dividend for participants in Dolores Hope Tourney. Ready to eat are, from left, Mmes. Vem Quinby, Don Conroy, Ross Hart, Robert Boyd. Mrs. Quinby was tournament chainncm. Mrs. Boyd is chcrirnicm of Lakeside Women Golfers. TM* News P hotos by Herb Carleton Club Schedules Garden Therapy A "Holiday Decorations" program will be presented by Mrs. Frank Costello at a meeting of Cherry Blossom Garden Club tomorrow at 10 a.m. at Orcutt Ranch, 23555 Justice St., Canoga Park. Plans are being made by the club for a garden therapy program at the California Home for the Aged in Reseda. Participants will be shown how to make flower arrangements. Mrs. Minnie Palmer, a Native Daughter of the Golden West and oldest living pioneer of Chatsworth, has been presented an honorary life membership in the club. Song Hits Feature For Burbank Club LAKESIDE women golfers Mmes. Tom C. Correll, Herschel B. Green, Kenneth Bennett, Edward McDonald, Thomas Jones, Clifford Armstrong, from top, show trophies won in Dolores Hope Tournament. Convention Slated for Engineers Members of ths Southern California Auxiliary of th» Structural Engineers of Cal. ifomia are planning to attend the organizational annual state convention Oct. 12-14 at Hotel Sahara, Stateline, Nev. While the technical sessions are in progress, sightseeing tours will b» provided for the wives. They'll see Virginia City, Heavenly Valley and taka a boat tour of Lake Tahoe. In keeping -with the them* of the event, "The Desert Song," a costume ball will be held. A ceremonial banquet and formal ball are planned for the final evening. Reservations are being made by Messrs, and Mmes. William B. Reilly of Canoga Park, Richard Bradshaw, Van Nuys, and Robert Spracklen of Granada Hills. SCOTT-GOLDSMITH BETROTHAL IS TOLD The young couple's betrothal was announced by her parents at a dinner party in their Sherman Oaks home. Col. Scott, who is with Northrop Corp., serves on the governmental and the presidential committee for the employment of the handicapped and is on the board of directors of Mexican-American Opportunity Foundation. Wedding bells will ring in November at St. Nicholas Episcopal Church, Encino, for Linda Elizabeth Scott, daughter of Lt. Col. Roland B. Scott USAF (ret) and Mrs. Scott of Sherman Oaks, and Fredrick Dallas Goldsmith, son of the Theodore Goldsmiths of Big Bear Laka. Linda, who was graduated from Van Nuys High School cr^T 1 with honors, attended TJC AUCTION SET Santa Barbara. She is cus- , tomer representativa for A l Pacific Telephone Co. in the Sunset Office. A former student at UCLA, F r e d r i c k wa§ a member of the U.S. Army Ski patrol and Ski Team. He is associated with Snow Summit and Nordic Mountain Homes in Big Bear. Song hits from all segments of show business will be presented by Alan Scott when Woman's Club of Burbank m e e t s today at 12 noon in the clubhouse, 705 E. Olive Ave. Mr. Scott has appeared in musical comedies, light operas and motion pictures. \ business session at 11 a m will be headed by Mrs. Paul N. Hekler, president. \ssisting with opening ceremonies will be Mmes. Raymond Close. Ral;»n J. Tomek Albert Foster, John Be v i n e and Elmer L. . . . Mrs. Car'ton F. Moe is m charge of the dining room committee. At the head table will be Mmes. John H. Yates, junior club president, and department chairmen. Members will be greeted by the reception committee which includes Mmes. Carl W. Marr, chairman, Herbert E. Horn, Harold A. Oldson, John C. Stuart, Orville Buck, Orman C. Chapman and J. E. Newcomer. STUDENTS FETED Southland Smith College undergraduates were entertained at a dinner party at the home of Mrs. Gerald H. Levin of Brentwood prior to their return to Northamp- to-.i, Mass. College Reveals Reunion Plans William E. Graves of Granada Hills is assisting with arrangements for a major reunion of alumni of Cal State L.A. and its forerunner, Los Angeles State College, in conjunction ·with the college's 20th anniversary and homecoming festivities Nov. 4. A call is being issued to the 32,000 Southland residents who are alumni of the school. Festivities in the La Canada Country Club will precede the 8 p.m. Rose Bowl game between the Diablos of Cal State L.A. and the Mustangs of Cal Poly. Mr. Graves, a 1960 graduate, has been appointed chairman of the committee to present souvenirs and door prizes. Tri-Deltas To Meet in West Valley West San Fernando Valley Alumnae Chapter of Delta Delta Delta will meet Monday at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. William Pederson, 22501 Sylvan St., Woodland Hills. The program will be given by Mrs. Ruth Meyer from Geary's of Beverly Hills who will present the history and recent trends in dinnerware. Mrs. Meyer returned just recently from a buying trip to the Orient. According to Mrs. John Pew, president, final plans for the second annual bazaar will be discussed. A special welcome will be extended to alumnae mem- -bers from the new Beta Beta Chapter of Tri-Delta at San Fernando Valley State College. Alumnae members are Mmes. Gary Hendricks, David Klein, Robert Kuehn, Herbert M o n t g o m e r y , Thomas Nilsen, Stefan Wolowitz, M'ark Von Hoet- zendorff and Misses Fran LaPlante, Linda Nelson, VicM Randall, Kathy Sapa and Cheryl Yeaton. Assisting Mrs. Pederson with hostess duties Monday will be Mmes. David Latin, David McPherson and Palmer Robinson. Seascape Artist To Demonstrate Art Technique Arden VOTV Dewitz, Encino seascape artist, will present a demonstration of marine painting for the Scandanavi- an-American Art Society tomorrow at 8 p.m. at the Danish Center, 607 S. Western Ave., Los Angeles. Mr. Von Dewitz, a native of Denmark, will be introduced by Mogens Edsberg, the consul general of Denmark. The event is open to the public. A Chinese auction will highlight the Wednesday, Oct. 11, meeting of St. Joseph Hospital Guild beginning at 11 a.m. in the hospital auditorium, 501 S. Buena Vista St., Burbank, according to Mrs. A. C. Burke. Mrs. Anthony Smaldino will preside and Mrs. Anthony Chimo will conduct the auction. Assisting her are Mmes. Theresa De Fina, Thomas J. Ouellette, Jimmie Dodd, U. F. Falvo, W. H. Struve, Morris Carr, Frank M. Capacchione, Frank J. Zika, Richard L. Singer, Alan Fetch, Misses Dolly Bridge and Betty Forsythe. SAN DIEGO TRIP Residing in Von Nuys since Mission Boy honeymoon ore Mr. and Mrs. Biehl Jr. (Laura Ann Brown). Couple was married at St John de La Sails Church by bridegroom's friend from Indiana the Rev. Lany Crawford. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Brown, Granada Hills, Laura is secretary to director of Parks and Recreation, San Fernanda Bridegroom's parents, the senior Biehls of Indianapolis, enplaned here for rites. He studied at St Edwards University in Texas. rxmick studto photo NORTHERN TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barclay Jr. (Catherine Ann Peyton) are back from Northern California where they honeymooned after rites at Encino Community Church. Catherine, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Putney, San Diego, attended Pasadena City College and California State College in Los Angeles. She is with Orthopaedic Hospital Richard is son of Mrs. Lova Gudel, Pacoima, and Richard Barclay, Van Nuys. He studied at Los Angeles City College and Cal Stats. John K - Aln * u 1hoto Laurel Oaks Will Honor Assemblyman Assemblyman Charles J. Conrad, 57th District, will be honored by Laurel Oaks Republican Women's Club at a luncheon to ba held Thursday at 11 a.m. in Queens Arms restaurant, 16325 Ventura Blvd., Encino. Mr. Conrad has been serving in the California legislature for the past 20 years and is now a member of 'Governor Ronald Reagan's legislative task force. Mrs. Andrew J. Soobia will preside. Hostesses will include Mmes. Kenneth Mounc* and Stan Warwick. Reservations may be called to Mmes. Victor Rummel at 78-7402 or Richard AJicata, 762-0144. "ARTISTS BILLED Rena and Stanley Waxman will present "Behold the Beautiful" when they are guest artists at a meeting of the Sherman Oaks Woman's Club tomorrow at 4240 Kester Ave. OPEN SOON! TOYOTA 4702 Yineland North Hollywood Nancy Anne North of . North " Hollywood has i pledged ThPta Xi Chapter of Delta Delta Delta sorority j at USC. i REGISTRATION NSW OPEN CREATIVE MODERN DANCE 763-0142 CLASSES FOR CHILDREN CoflYtftitnt VoNcy Location 7844920 EWSPAPERl

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