Auburn Journal from Auburn, California on May 14, 1970 · 13
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Auburn Journal from Auburn, California · 13

Auburn, California
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Thursday, May 14, 1970
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r,v;, SPRING FANTASY The Auburn Trails Clubhouse will be the setting Saturday at 1:30 p.m. for the wig and fashion show sponsored by the Cool Elementary School Parent Teacher Club. Donation is $1.50. There will be a card party and refreshments. Connie's Wig Fashions of Placerville and Irene's of Georgetown will furnish the fashions. Models shown are left, Maureen Niegel, Margaret Kerf oot and Mary Schreindel, chairman for the event. E.V. Cain School Spring Concert Scheduled "Bridging the Gap" is the theme of the E. V. Cain Intermediate School Spring Concert to be held Thursday, May 21, at 7:30 pan. in the Placer High School Auditorium. Music of well known compos ers of the past, such as Bach, Handel, and Beethoven will be contrasted with some of today's most popular hits by Donovan, Jim Webb, Simon and Garfunkel, and Burt Bach-arach. The Eighth Grade Choir and the Advanced Band will etkpertcrm -"AqtriisV the recent Grammy Award winning song from the rock musical "Hair". Preserving the music of the past, while keeping the ' ear and mind open to the present sums up the concert's pur- C. S. E. A. Rummage Sale Saturday - The California School Employees Association of the Auburn Union Elementary Schools will hold a rummage sale on the lawn of the Lincoln Way School, 1255 Lincoln Way, Saturday from 10 a.m. until 6 pjn. The sale will feature a spe- ' cial dollar-for-all-you-can-put-in-a-bag table and an antique corner. All proceeds will go into a special C.S.EA scholarship x fund. Eden Valley Rummage Sale The Eden Valley Improvement Club will hold a rummage sale today from 10 a.m. until 5 pan. and Saturday from 10 a,m. until 1 pjn. at the clubhouse in Eden Valley on the Placer Hills Bd. between Weimar and Colfax. 5or A jCoveder IJc JltU Spring . . . . Call and make an appointment with with ona of the following beauty ' specialists at Chalet Coiffure: Suzy Ronk, owner-manager, Lupe Grice, Pat Hammond, Janice Daniel, Debbie Deal or Judy Rhoades, (whom we art happy to welcome back to Auburn). Whether Ifs for a shampoo and sat, permanent, hair coloring, sailing or styling hair pieces . . . we think we can make you lovelier this spring. . CHALiT COIFFUK 504 S. LINCOLN WAY The theme will be further reinforced by appropriate decorations provided by Cain sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students, under the guidance of Mrs. Vesta Chas-tain and Miss Geraldine Sus-kin. Most of the performers will be of seventh and eighth grade age. Participating groups include the orchestra, advanced band, and several small in-instrumental ensembles, 9jdjieMvte,Pvid Ffnolto, instrumental instructor: and the seventh and eighth grade choirs, and the Merry Minstrels, conducted by Michele Connolly, Choral instructor. The program is open to the public, free of charge. Co-chairmen are Ruth Wook of Alta Vista; Gloria Reed of E. V. Cain; Isabel Piers of Lincoln Way; Christine Dil-lard of Rock Creek. General chairman of the event is Ann Boorinakis. Doughnut Sale Tomorrow, Saturday The Auburn Neighborhood Council will hold a doughnut sale this Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. at 285 Sacramento St. The public may go to the Old Winery to pick up doughnuts or call 885-6619 or 885-2815 for free delivery. Due to the doughnut sale the Afro Club will hold their chicken dinner next Saturday, May 23. PHONE 6854115 Afro Club Plans Dinner Due to a conflict of dates the Afro American Club will serve their chicken dinner Saturday May 23 from llajn. until 7 pjn. instead of last, week as planned. Price for the dinner is $2. The meal will be served at 285 Sacramento St. or delivered free. For more information call Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy at 885-836. Bonnie Jean Colwell - DeAngelo Pair Announce Engagement Announcement has been made of the engagement of Bonnie Jean Colwell and Joseph James DeAngelo, Jr. . No definite date has been set for the wedding. TMMdeeli$ct ill WSfc ter of Mr. and Mrs, Stanley B, Colwell of rural Auburn and the future bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Jack Bosanko orner Bethel No. 148, Auburn, held election of officers last Thursday at 7:30 pjri, in the Masonic Hall. Miss Pattl Gilbert, Honored Queen, will preside over the meeting. All persons with proper Masonic relationship are invited to attend. Refreshments ' will be served following the meeting by Candle Campbell, hostess; assisting her will be Leslie , Campbell, Nancy Wuagneux, Debbie Woodruff and Sue Schlichting. On April 28, Mrs. Lucy Warren, Grand Guardian of the State of California, International Order of Job's Daughters made her official visit to Bethel No. 148, Auburn, and Bethel No. 355, Rancho Cordova at the Mills Junior High School, Rancho Cordova. Sunday, May 3, Miss Pattl Gilbert, Honored Queen of Bethel No. 148 and the members of the Bethel visited the Congregational Church in Auburn on their go-to-church Sunday. - Beth Powell, Marshal. Guild Plans Luncheon The Auburn Faith Hospital Guild will celebrate iu second anniversary by bolfiaf a luncheon meetiag Monday, June 1, 1230 pan. at Sasabo's Restaurant. This will to the last meeting before me start of summer vacation. The members are asked to eaQ President Virginia FJaon to make their reservations. The Pink Ladies will continue their services at the hospita! throughout the summer. Workshop will be open each Wednesday at 9:30 ajn. Women living in the area, who are interested in doing hospital volunteer work, are invited to attend the luncheon meeting or the Guild workshop at the hospital. ColweH of Auburn and Joseph J. De- . Angelo, Sr. of Korea. ' . Miss Colwell was graduated from Del Oro High School and Sierra College where she is a lab assistant in the Science Detrtmi, .e h aSiatwl with the Life science Club, AGS (honor society) and the President's Honor Roll. Young DeAngelo is a graduate of Folsom High School and Sierra College. He is employed by Sierra Crane and Hoist Co. of Newcastle. He is affiliated with the Vet's Club, AGS, President's Honor Roll and the International Diving Association, N.A.UJL shoe. It's all WE GIVE t-trirtriclrtcCrlrlrtrlrlrhlti p f flU A K l H ft I lllllllr mDh nfillilii t-trtrtrtchf Hrtrtrtrf tit-try Wry7 i Shiny patent In choice of Cl ) colors ... Red, Navy iItiiL Y Black or White. iiy f.i ii m nil SbTxi Miss Newton Is Wed Aaron Lyon Newton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray G. Newton of Newcastle, and David Alexander Bell wue married Saturday, April 25 at 2 pjn. in the Newcastle Methodist Church with the Rev. Olsf Christensen officiating. David is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bell of Auburn. The bride was attired in a short white gown. She wore a shoulder length veil and carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations. Patty Newton, the bride's sister, was the maid of honor. She wore a short blue dress and carried blue and white carnations. Susan Knutsen of Sacramento, wearing a blue dress was the flower girl. Randy Bell performed the duties of best man. Martha Edgett was the organist. Immediately after the ceremony a reception was held In the bride's home for the wedding party, the family and close friends. The new Mrs. Bell chose a navy and white outfit for her wedding trip to San Francisco. Both young people attended Placer High School. David is employed at DeWitt Hospital. The couple will live in Auburn. Class Of '60 Plans Meeting The Placer High 1960 Class Reunion Committee will hold a dessert meeting at Sambo's Restaurant, Tuesday, May 19 at 7:30 p.m. All local classmates are invited. Bring your reservation or mail it as the deadline is June 1. Anyone knowing the addresses of Margaret Jackson, George Lim, John Luc, Robert Miller, Carl Adams, John Carter, Frances Brasnear, James Corless, James Cox, Arthur Davidson, Diane Dav-ies, Jack Dutton, George Dusek, Cheryl Gaines, or Jud-eth Steffen please phone Kathy Shull Arnold at 885-2739 or write P. O, Box 1134, Auburn. -I Marriage. . , ' Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lewis of Colfax have announced the marriage of their daughter Chris to Richard D.Bianchard of Auburn. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bamett also of Auburn. . The couple was married April 29 in Carson City, Nev. RRST IN THEIR CIAS0 MY aw4 ii vuiinia I ill .1111 IH f I in lllll lltrl m vaaivuwiiw V IT'S YOUR DAY TO SHINE . . . Why not shine in color? In the happy spring colors of Miss America's patent shu SHOE Department Library Arts Festival Scheduled For Saturday The First Annual Friends of the library Arts Festival, set for 12 noon to 5 pjn Saturday in the parking lot In front of the Auburn-Placer County Library, will encompass both the visual and the performing arts, plus providing opportunities for visitor participation. Area artists are invited to enter the non-Juried art exhibit for which these cash prizes are offered: 1st, $25; 2nd, $15; 3rd, 4th and 5th, $5 each; and five honorable mentions. Bob Ridley of the Sierra College art depart" ment will select the award winners. (Entries will be received between 9 and 11a.m.; fee, 50 cents per painting or graphic; limit three. No commission on sales. Crafts will not compete for awards, but will be available for sale. (Craftsmen will pro III: TEE SIERRA PRE SCHOOL NURSERY will hold its annual registration luncheon tomorrow at the Pioneer Methodist Church from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Tickets are $1.25 for adults and ten cents per year of age per child. The public Is in- Mother's At Faith The Auburn Faith Hospital Guild presented a hand embroidered bib to Janine Lisa Johnson, the first baby born at the hospital this Mother's Day. ., Janine Lisa is the nicest gift a mother could receive on her day. Her parents are Mr. and lira. Dale L. John irtrtiiretirtrtrtrtrlit G-Crfcb-trtrk-Crett trCrCr-trht-tii trfrlctrect 1 1 t hrt vide their own tables limit one for a fee of $2. This category is to include crafts only, not bobbies. No commission on sales.) A chalk-In will provide young artists with an opportunity to decorate the pavement of the parking lot, while sand casting, under the supervision of Madge Ward, will give adults, and older students, a chance to create their own plaques. (Participants are asked to bring their own molds - plastic dish pans or any sturdy cardboard box at least 4" deep. For this a nominal fee will be charged, depending on the size of the mold.) A special mid-afternoon feature will be a puppet show presented by Nicholson Enterprises, probably the only free performance to be available to the public. This is set for 3 p.m. Art-ln-action will include: Jt "rV r Day Baby son, she also has two brothers. The Guild Pink Ladies wish for this little Miss much happiness throughout her life. Q'V h S--W I ' - ,v M fm , I graduate Ml BUDVA ' . rr--i "iy vfew lTK 1 ' Bulova is at the head of the class., NOCTURNt "X" 17 iewtls, silver dial. Brown corfam strap. $55 H0CTUHNI "T" 17 jewels. Shock resistant. Gilt dial. Adjustable bracelet. $45 Bulova - These Days, Ropos Jovolors Credit Term Available , 814 Lincoln Way Auburn macrame, Phyllis BonrkeaMi ceramics, Dick Sanborn, Jr4 and yarn spinning, Mrs. Frs-ces Taylor. The Exit Shop of OU A-burn Is setting up a book tails, and members of the library staff are assembling a collection of especially nice White Elephants, funds from the sa'e of which will go toward a staff library project. A picnic lunch, in a psychedelic paper bag, will be provided for 50 cents. This will include a sandwich, cookies, and a choice of coffee or punch. While this arts festival Is in no way planned to be a fund raising affair, if there is any money left over, it will be ear-marked for a painting for for the library, or for one of the traveling art exhibits made available to libraries and museums. 4 3 V ft vited to attend and registration will be accepted for children planning to enroll for next year. Pre schoolers shown are left, Dana Hawley, Kelly Shields. David Bain and Greg Thavnor. soioin cuww 17 jtwtli, ttiinlttt ' itetl. Automatic, water rtjlttant, shock fHlstant, -silver dial. (0 I010IN CUTIWtlU H 17 jiwels, UK solid cold, adjustable bracelet. $15 The Ritjht Time Isn't Enough AUBURN u

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