The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on June 12, 1950 · 56
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 56

Los Angeles, California
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Monday, June 12, 1950
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I; r r i Y V MRS. BR ADO DALE h head of Women's Civic Club of Studio City. Ronaldo pboto. Civic Gi Will Install oun L Mrs. Brado B. Dale will take office as president of the Women's Civic Club of Studio City at an 11:45 a.m. luncheon meeting today at 12010 Ventura Blvd. Mrs. Hugh Quislev. rst president of the club, will install. ! . Entertainment will be provi-! ded by Rosa Sheranian, singer; William Jacoby, violinist, and Margaret Wilson, pianist. To Give Invocation The Rev. Herbert J. Schneider; of Christ Memorial Unity Church will give the invocation. Mrs. Marie Freeman, retiring president, will preside. Other officers to be inducted are Mmes. Herbert L. Fardel, Frank V. Lindsay and Cary Odell, vice-presidents; Arthur J. Holm, William Tremellen, El-wood Herrin, Mildred Allen, Viola Glaspel, A. M. Ryckoff and Ernest Thomas. Dr. Wecker Will Speak in Bivrbank The dinner meeting of .the Burbank Women's Council will be held today at 6:45 p.m. in the Burbank YMCA building. Dr. Karl Wecker, manager of the Hollywood Bowl, will discuss the importance of the concert season to the cultural life of the Southland. Dr. Elta Pfister, director of guidance for Burbank Unified School District, named as the Woman of 1949 by the council's executive board, will be presented with an award pin by Mrs. Ferdinand Goodfellow. Chamber Co-operates Franklin Lowney, manager of the Burbank Chamber of Commerce, will be introduced by Mrs. Velma Sterling, master calendar chairman. lie will tell of the Chamber's co-operation with the council in maintaining a master calendar of civic and cultural affairs. Mrs. Charles Prickett, president of the Pasadena Council of Women's Clubs, Mrs. A. Perry Banta, Gladys Comstock Smith, and Josephine Hyde of Long Beach will be guest3. They will tell of projects and accomplishments of their organizations. Mrs. Ronald Muir will sing. Mrs. Rawson Davis will preside and election 'will be held. Il " '' i ' iff T!m ""-4 Teachers Association Schedules Yearly Picnic The California Retired Teachers Association will hold its annual picnic and business meeting Wednesday in Sycamore Grove. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. W. C. Conrad, president of the State association, will give a report. Featured on the program will be a historical sketch written by Dr. Ethel Anrirus and presented by members. Jewish Group of Valley Will Meet Mrs. Maurice Goldman of San Francisco, past president and honorary vice-president of the National Council of Jewish Women, will speak at a charter presentation tea of the Valley section. The affair is to take place today at 1:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Leo Hirsh 4030 Longridge Ave., Sherman Oaks. Mrs. Goldman will explain the major aspects of the organization's overseas service work. Mrs. Isaac Pelton, national vice-president, will present Mrs. Herbert T. Silverberg with the charter. NEEDLEWORK A beautiful centerpiece and doilies in two sizes to match are done in filet crochet. Pattern No, 1219 contains complete instructions. . Please ask for Pattern No. 1219. Send 20 cents (IP cents plus 2 cents for posiase, all in coins i for this book to Needlework Department. Los Aneeles Times. Los Anceles 53. Write plainly your name, address, postal zone and stvle number. Orders are . filled lor continental United States only. Send 20 cents extra (18 cents plus 3 cents postaae, all In coins tor copy of the Needlework CataHvsiie. Crochet, knitting, quilts, embroidery, hats, things for children, etc. EIMER-GENTNER Pasadenans Married at Home Altar Gretchen Gentner and Manfred Eimer were married yesterday at a ceremony in the Pasadena home of the bride's par ents, Mr, and Mrs. F. Stuart Roussel. The Rev. Hugh F. Miller of First Baptist Church, Pasadena, officiated before an improvised altar set before bay win dows of the drawing room. Gretchen, wearing white nylon lace over satin and carrying butterfly oi'chids, was attended by Lois Troxell dressed in shell pink dotted swiss. Dr. Jack Froelich was the best man. Schools Named The bride attended Scripps College and the University of Hawaii. She is a graduate of Mt. Vernon College, Washington, D.C. Her husband was graduated from Caltcch with degrees B.S. in engineering and M.S, aeronautics, and is now studying 0 for his Ph.D. m aeronautics. A Sigma Xi, he is the son of the Oser Eimers. Some hundred guests congratulated the couple at the reception. Now honeymooning in Colorado, the new Mr. and Mrs. Eimer will return to make their home in South Pasadena. ENGAGEMENTS SHEF-KRASNER Arline Krasner. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krasner, to Arthur Leonard Shef, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Shef of North Bergen, NJ. The fiance is a graduate of the University of Michigan and is a Tau Beta Pi. They have slated a garden wedding for July 30. BEYERLE -HOISINGTON Lila Dorothy Hoisington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie D. Hoisington, to Friedrich Otto Beyerle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Friedrich Beyerle. The bride-to-be attended Los Angeles City College, and her fiance is studying at UCLA. FEICKERT-DIXON Mary Louise Dixon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Dixon, to Cpl. Kenneth Feickert, USMC, son of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Feickert. The bride-to-be attended Los Angeles City College. Aug. 4 is their wedding date. MEIS-LEHMANN M a r t h a Ann Lehmann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Val C. Lehmann, to Gregory John Meis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory L. Meis, all of Burbank. An early summer wedding is planned. HIRSCH - MASTER H e 1 e n Master, daughter of Mrs. Bessie Master, to Jack Hirsch, son of Mrs. Fritz Hirsch of Israel. They plan to be married June 29. LAWSON - MENDENHALL Margaret Lockey Mendenhall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Mendenhall of Stillwater, Okla., to Pierre Chester Lawson, son of Dr. Homer C. Lawson of Glendale. The bride-elect is at- MONDAY, JUNE 12,1950-Part III tending Oklahoma A&M College, where her fiance is doing graduate work. SAMUELS - PREMAK Florence Premak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Premak of New York City, to Milton Samuels, son of Mrs. Rose Samuels of Los Angeles and the late Manuel Samuels. The bridegroom-elect attended Los Angeles City College. A garden wedding Aug. 6 in the home of the bride's aunt. Mrs. Kate Schwager, is planned. P i i of 11 inl! 4vl At last ... a strapless, AND backless bra! Democratic Women's Unit to Meet Tomorrow Mrs. Lillian Ford and Mrs. B. A. Davis will speak before the Women's Division of the Democratic State Central Committee tomorrow. An 11 a.m. meeting in the Alexandria Hotel is planned. Mrs. Esther Murray will preside. y.vAz .-wtHsflv- o:wp-..,c.v'-.j-iF,v..-.5:.wi .-.-s-tv;t-.-v;. rvm-.-n -ywm "5 '4 Charles Crisses Reveal Betrothals of Daughters Not one, but two engagements are being revealed by Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. 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