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Arcadia Library Contest CHRISTMAS WINNERS — Five Arcadia students claimed lop prizes in recent Arcadia Public Library Bookmark contest. Winners were (from left I Grand Priie "Read me a Christmas story — please" by Janet Drink, o 7!h grader at First Avenue School. Other winners were done Budd A. Patty Services Held ARCADIA - Bud A. P-atly passed away Nov. 20. Bora in Arkansas, he has been a California resident (or I he past !5fl years. He was retired trom the Bakers & Confectioners Supply Company of Southern California. Surviving is a daughter, Patricia Windsor of Arcadia and three grandchildren. Private services foi family held under direction of Utter ■ McKlnley Arcadia Chapel. Rosary Recited TEMPLE CITY - Rosary was held Tuesday at Lee R. Hill Mortuary. and requiem mass W e tl n e s.d a y at St. Luke's Calholie Church tor Marjoric Davis of Rosemead, lormerly nf Timple City. Born in Wisconsin, she had been a resident of Los Angeles County [or 13 years. Interment was in Resurrection Cemetery. fuw I I»mm ' UK OAK. MOSTUttT LIB OAK MEMORIAL MM Ci.ikii r«m * cni[<rr i>«.ui» 1M.I311 at t. dim *U NK-.rnk AltCAIM.4 MOllTUAllY 6US5ER • MILLER • LAMB J 50 S. Hrtl *•«-. Anidla 447-1141 Mil Jtailyling ..Repairing Allerprioni Clp nning mid Sta.ogft IN. FIRST *VI., ARCADIA 44t 69J7 HEGG COMPANY Y«ur FRIGIDAIRE DEAIER lit), tint Art. HI 7.2757 Books of the Week 7 DAY FICTION Baukowsky, Richard The Barbarians at the Gates Bawden, Nina Anna Apparent Black, Lionel Ransom for a. Nude Finesan, jack Mark ot the Taw Hulrties, Marjorie Two From Galilee John, Owen The Shadow in the Sea Lewis, Arthur H Children's Party McShane, Mark Seance for Two Moll, Elick The Perilwis Spring ol Morris Seidman Payne, Donald Gordon The .Mountains at (he Bottom of the World Poyer, Joe The Chinese Agenda Pries!, Christopher Darkening Island Ren dell, Ruth Murder Being Once Done Roiplic, Anne Richardson Long Division- Rrislen. Norman Over and Out Shnrp. Margery ...Miss Binrica and the Bridesmaid Shcehan, Carolyn Magnifi-C'at Wav, Peter A Perfect State ot Health Weils. Tobias A Die in the Counlry Westlake, Donald E. .Cops and Robbers Eltmrtcll. Joan Center Door Fancy Browne, Robert Athmani Give. William Dando and the Summer Palace Costanttn, M. M. God and the Others Crichton, Robert The Cametons Deutsehman, Paul The Adipose Complex 'Fairell, Cliff Patchsaddle Drive Farhcs, Bryan The Dislanl Laughter George, Theodore The Deadly Homecoming Hurd, Douglas Truth Game Kawabala, Yasunarl The Master of Go Kranes, David Margins Maloney, Ralph Fish in a Stream in a Cave Mrabet, Mohammed The Lemon Neeker, Clair Supernatural Cats ' Ripley. Jack Davis Doesn't Live Here Anymore , Rutherford, Douglas Clean Ihe Fast Lane . Solzheniisyn. Alexander August 1S14 Travers, Robert The Apartment on K Street Three Novellas Triple Cross (\\ WHO READS jh % WHO SELLS IT? f USE THIS BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS Fire Besistant-lnsulatd RE-ROOFED REPAIR -REPAINTED DIRECT FACTORY SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES Killciesl 7-9481 Rigid Mfg. Company HEGG COMPANY Plumbing Sine. \<m «■ M 610 S. Fin HI 7-2757 Gorhoge, Cans and Rubbish Residential or ar Commercial Weekly or Port load PicL-up Cily Refute Service Co. 2 * 5 E. Hunting ran Drive Hillcresf 6-«6vl Swimming Pool CONSUITING ARCADIA POOL MAINTENANCE LICENSED CONtKACTOIS 21 W, Duorte Rd. Atcadia 447-8181 by Steve Moore, Blh grader at First Avenue,- Kir qrader at Hugo Reid School; Greg Hudson, 4lh gradei Slocker School; and Lisa Martin, ?nd grader at Camiro Grc Temple Personnel Changes Owners x TEMPLE CITY - The Temple Personnel Agency, located at 5926 Temple City Blvd., Temple City, formerly owned and operated by Arthur Wocssner, is now owned and managed by Marian Scott and Helen McGehee. Mrs, Scott, a resident of Arcadia for the past 21 years, and Mrs. McGchce, who has resided in Arcadia Ihe past seven years, bring to Ihe agency a total of 28 years of business experience in personnel and secretarial work. They are looking ■ forward to giving quality service tu both Employers and persons seeking employment, and welcome inquiries. BENEFIT CAR WASH Arcadia Confreiiforul Church 160/ S. Sonla Anila Arcadia MCIMIU 4lk— I0A.M.-3 P.M. SI. 00 with lidel-$l 15 wittMUt In Thi Highland C.nl.r 1 43 e. FMihiii. Blvd. McDonald's 358-998T U u U ,al Baldwin School, ARCADIA - A McDonald!! hamburger, a banana spill tram Fat-rell's, and passes to Lion Country Safari made up Hie grand prize awarded Janet Drenk, winner ot the Arcadia Public Library Christmas Bookmark content. Miss Drenk, a' 7th grader at First Avenue Junior High School, . was awarded l lie prizes at the conclusion ot National Children's Book Week, held trom Nov. 13 lo IS. Her bookmark, titled "Head me a Christinas slory —please" will' be printed and distributed Ht the library in December. Owlest entries were in the hundreds, and 41 winners were awarded prizes from loci I merchants, according to Eva Swedstek, children's librarian. Entries were judged by Melinda Compton, art le ,i-eher at First Avenue Junior High; Edna Lenz, local art-iff; Shirley McNall, membui of the Arcadia Public Library Board; Rod Uwrence, commercial artist; and Ralph Sprang, art enthusiast. Qther lop prizes went to Lisa Martin, a 2nd grader at Cam- 4*W -?-MLl ^^RKk^9 Bv^Mh WELCOME TO ROTARY — <nut E. Nilicn, center, is congratulated on his induction inlo Temple City Rolcry Club by his sponsor. Homer Shirley, right, os Roy Ra- club e<irifi ARCADIA - An awarding winning crHflswoman rerent-ly celebrated the first anniversary of her Arcadia consignment shop with an open house and new annex. Ida Nelson, owner of Ida's Mart, added handcrafted Christmas dr-roralions to the shop, which now occupies both m and 70T S. First Avenue in Arcadia. Her specialties are the pine Norway, Nilsen is a resident of Monrovia and hecdi trie Sienl Lock Block Co. al 60 W. Live Oak, Arcadia. The new Rotation is married, hos three children ar-ci ikes to go fishing in his spare time. Craftswoman Makes Her Own cone wreaths and candle bases fashioned in the De'la Rohhia style, according lo Mrs. Nelson. The wreaths are also part n( the shnp'sr wholcsale line and are sold by florists in San Diego and the Us Antreles area. They are also available in kit form Mrs. Kelson received her first designer r -redit with her featured in this year's edition of Better Homes and Gardens' Christmas Idea Maga-7ine. Rock-A-Doo animals are also featured at her shop. In January, Mrs. N'elsnn will hold crafts classes in the shop, She arid her husband, Mar-lin. are long-time residents of Temple City. Their daughter. Linda Brooks, is owner of tht "Earthwares" line of dresses, which are also sold in the shop. Ljbbf " - BBHSrISwIsv ... i*MmtM iiV. ^rl3>BbmrVmK IDA'S PLACE — Arcodia'i first consignment shop, Ida's Mart, celebrated its first onniversory recently with nn open house al Ihe slore, located at 705 and 707 S. First Avenue in Arcadia. Ido Nelson adds Breakfast At McDonald's EggMcMuffin ARCADIA McDOKALO'S Canadian Bacon Chtddar ChM»« Fritd Eaa JOn AT0oir.dlnflnh MuFFii VV ci wreath la Ihe store's new Christmas sections, which, like the oilier merchandise, ore oil handcrafted by Mrs, Nelson, or her neighbors. Free Concert Today At 3 Free correrls will bo con-diiL-leil in two foolhills locations in Dccrrnbrjr hy Ihe .San Gabriel Valley Junior Symphony. The concerl on today wil! be held in the Pasadena Hi<ih School Aurlilonum, located at Tm Sierra Madre Blvd. al 3 p.m. Another concert will hit pertnrmed Dec. 10 at the San Gabriel llioh School Auditorium, located al 601 Ramona Ave, in San Gabriel. merri) merry Gift PacK AT YtHJR FAVORITE STORF. 2 — Areola Trihona Way, 0*t- 3, mi Bookmark Artists Win Big lv Benson. 5m Ino Grove School; Greg Hudson, a 4lh grader al Baldwin Slocker School; Kimberly Benson, a 5lh grader at llu(0 Rcid School; and Steve Moore, an Slh grader at First Avenue Junior High School. Prizes were contributed ■ by Kartell's, McDonalds, Hltt-shaw's. Friends of the Arcadia -Public Library, Arcadia Aquarium.. Knott's Berry Farm. Pel and Jungle-Shop, Arcadia Wheel and Hobby Shop, Nash's, Arcadia Pel Conler, Highlander Pet Center, Arcadia Music Mart, and free pusses to Busch Gardens, Lion Country Safari, and Magic Mountain. Other winners in various'. divisions include; — First and Second Grade: Mark Badielovie. Fred Bailey, Carmella Sicurella, Jeff Kiarneys Linda J*ns,en, Mark Kearney, Kelly Wlllet, John Barnard and Kriilina Moses. . .— .Third and F o.u r t h Grade: Mary Beth Lauderdale, Brlan'.Glbhs, Todd Grosjean, Steve Rembeckj', Carrje Brbughton, Katie Mas-line, Janice Fallmcr. Sherrill Suiter, Wendy Wohlford, Snd Mary O'Toole: - Fifth and Sixth Gradi: Carrie Burhetin, Grej; Cibbs, Ann Hull, Kar*n Ballard, . Steve Morrison, Reaina Matlock, Janet Hter, Kim Star-man, and Cathy Bassett: —Seventh and Eit-hth Grade: Pauline Tout, Saron Qua. Tom Norr, Mtchele Moreno, Audrey- Rogers, Joan Munill, Debbie Constantine, Melinda Coleman,- Gene Bumjaniner and Tammy Johnson. FRYING PAN By HEIEN O. SCHRADER Through the eyes of youth department: A story in Rampage, Ihe Temple City High School paper, reports thai a search cf ■"ancient records" reveals four teachers have been on ihe staff since the school opened in 1954. The four are Bob McAllister, Edith Howard, Alan Shtiey and Marian Evans. Now I wouldn't mind being called a veteran leacher, That has the connotation d( vast experience and accumulal-rd wisdom, but I'm not sure I'd appreciate having someone fearch ancient records to leant about my past. Presumably the quartet of ancients can philosophize lhal for each person, including writers, history begins with his own birth. As another ancient, I salute' the four harrly ■ souls who have been an integral part of the history o( Temple City High School, From the Irani otlee M»ry Harrington reporh the [al-lnwins; telephone ronTersalioa : "I* this » dally paper*" "Nn, »« come ont on Thursday and fSunday." "Oh, thrn I jruesa I'm too lale to put an ad la Saturday's piper." From Mrs. Milton Haujre on Loma Avenue comes a wistful note about a very special kitten which belonged to her grandson, David Wation of l.ivia Avenue. She writes: "Hmokey is dead at the tender age of nine months. Sniokey was a part Siamese kitten given to David on his etghlh birthday by his mother. Many things happened to Smokey in his brief life to endear him to his family and the neighbor children. "In September he was at the vet's having a wound taken care of he got from a fence. He came home good as new. But on Halloween day he followed David to school For two weeks he was sought, advertised in the Temple City Times Lost and Found. "Then one day he wandered on the school ground*. One of David's friends found him and brought him home again. Two weeks ago he wandered into a yard with a big dog and was severely injured. Apain he was taken to the vet's. "On Thanksgiving Day he was brought home and with much pampering seemed tD he recovering. But today atlcr greeling the family and wandering around all. his favorite haunts, lie found his favorite large pillow and lay down and died. In spite of his brief life we will all rem*rrtb*r Smo-key." And what person who has lost a beloved pet won'l shed a tear over that letter? Four Temple Cily HJprh School freshmea wao bejtn their musical career together at Oak Avenue School under thf rtnuie ol "Black M»slc" s«t new ejposnre lasl nljhl. They played for th* Christmas dance sponsored hy the Ar-radii Parks and Becrratlon Department (or the junior high School set. The boys are Wes Graham, Dave, Hart, Mike Marsden and Mirk Jacobs. The press release from Supervi.«or Pete Schaharum's office says be won a skirmish in his effort to control the cost of county government, I'd say he may have wan a major battle. He won unanimous board approval on a motion lo cur-lail expenditures involved in special items introduced by individual supervisors. The motion was defeated the first lime around on Oct. 24. Srhabarum's artion requires hoard members to give their colleagues advance notice on special items which call for expenditures in excess of $10,000. Any emergency deviations from the ru!e would require ft four-vote action hy the board. New blood on the bnard is beginning to fell. The prerogative of each supervisor lo slip through expenditures of benefit to his district has long been jealously guarded. It joes back to the old saw that If you scratch my back I'll scratch jours. And there's been a lot ot back-scratching in Ihe past. It will probably continue, supervisors being of necessity political creatures. Bu1 if our supervisors have any conscience at all, they will use gixul judgment rather than strictly political judgment in the amount of back-scratching they continue to do. Here's an Interesting note picked tip al the Queen's: rlrraktast sponsored hy the Pasadena Junior Chamber of Commerce la*t week honoring Ihe Ojaern at the Tearaunrnt rd Koses and fcer royal court, which Includes Temple Ci-tlans fiayk (lorrell and Janet Carr. It nas aanoanced that fiayle's grandfather had a pail In the parade back in m\. How's that (or family (radtlioar Funeral Service ARCADIA - Carlein B. Al-evander died Nov. 24, Born in Mis-iouri, she has been a local area resident for the past 23 years. She is survived by Mary Ann Bondcson, Tony Bonde-son, Randy Ldv«, Ed Love, Stanley Love and Tony Love. Private Family .services were held Wednesday under the direction ot Utler Mc-Kirley Arcadia. A FattUM Ivtar-Crf? 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