The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on November 15, 1979 · 89
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 89

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Thursday, November 15, 1979
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6 Pari IV-Thurs . Nov 15. 1979 Cos Atifleles (Times graduate of UC Santa Barbara and received his master's degree in business from USC. Dr. Thomas Chippendale was his best man. Following a honeymoon in Aspen, Colo., and a ski trip to Zermatt, Switzerland, the newlyweds will live in Laguna Niguel. Joan Reynolds Boyett is director of the newly created education division of the Music Center. According to Michael Newton, president of the Music Center's Performing Arts Council, this division "will provide lifelong learning opportunities in both performing and visual arts for all ages and for every segment of the community." In developing this program, Mrs. Boyett will work with all the Music Center's resident groups. Since 1970, she has managed the youth activity program for the Los Angeles Philharmonic. rs CHS t$J IL KICKOFF GAIETY Marvin Mitchelson, from left, Margaret Novak and Kermit Alexander are all smiles partying in advance for the Devereaux School movie benefit. Times photo by Tony Barnard More Southland Party Scene Continued from Second Page York's popular "21" to Houston's Rikki di Portanova is "in escrow." But the official word from one of the present owners, Jerry Berns, is that things are still as they've always been. So there you are. Meanwhile, Jerry's wife Susie was sharing some of the local gossip over lunch with some California chums Joan Sherwood, Erin Butler and Rubye Beattie. Priscilla Brown Johnson and Fleet Russell White Jr. of Newport Beach were married late last month in Pasadena's Valley Hunt Club. The bridegroom's uncle. Dr. Ronald White of Redmond, Wash., performed the ceremony. A graduate of the University of New Mexico, where she was affiliated with Pi Beta Phi, the bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Allen Brown Jr. of San Marino. Her father is chairman of the board of Century Financial Corp. and immediate past president of the USC Alumni Assn. The new Mrs. White was presented at the June Debutante Ball of the Pasadena Guild of Childrens Hospital. For her wedding, she wore a beige chiffon gown designed by Carolyn Charles of London and was attended by her sister Gayle Ann Brown of New York. The bridegroom, the son of the senior Whites, is with the Fleet Oil Co., of which his father is president. He is a HELENA RUBINSTEIN'S "THE IMAGE MAKERS" YOUR GIFT WITH ANY SKIN LIFE PURCHASE Helena Rubinstein has gathered all of the beauty essentials together in one fell swoop. The Image Makers consists ' of Skin Life Lightweight Emulsion in Natural, Skin Life All Over Face Color, Blazer Cologne by Anne Klein, Skin Life Lash Color and Skin Life Conditioning Hand Cream. It's all yours, gratis, with any Skin Life purchase. May we suggest Skin Life Cream Cleanser, 6-oz., $7. Alcohol-Free Freshner, 8 oz., $11. Lightweight Emulsion, 2-oz., $16.50. Deep-Moisture Lipstick, $5. Lasting Nail Color, $4.50. All from our Rubinstein Beauty Collections in Robinson's Cosmetics, 12, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, Newport, Pasadena, Puente Hills, San Diego, Santa Barbara, University Towne Centre, Woodland Hills. Robinsons Gift with purchase. Anaheim Beverly Hills Cerritos Glendale Los Angeles Newport Palm Springs Panorama City Pasadena Puente Hills San Diego Santa Anita Santa Barbara Thousand Oaks University Towne Centre Westminster Woodland Hills he white boot is here! Kidskin leather, ours alone. The St. Tropez look. Shows of leggy I skirts and jeans. jumpsuits, too. Burgundy stitching. 5 to 10 M,7to9 N, $140 Contemporary Shoes EASY SHOPPING CALL 1-800-228-2044 or local toll free number today for delivery See today's Metro section for a complete listing of our toll free numbers. OURMET LIGHTS WI if jSJJf t&y n La Culinaire Flavorizer. A Thanksgiving secret to doctor up your dishes with a shot of flavor. No more basting. No more lengthy marinating 250 ml. capacity, $7 Come see La Culinaire m action at Sherman Oaks and South Coast Sat. Nov. 17, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. "Gourmet Delights" cookbook, by Virginia Kirby, $5 Homeworks Honeyed Acorn Squash. Serves 4 Preheat 350 oven 2 acorn squash Flavors: 1 tbsp. honey 1 pinch mixed herbs, crumbled 2 tbsp. Chablis . 1 pinch salt 1 pinch white pepper Blend flavorizing ingredients together and let rest Halve and de-seed squash. Place halves, cut side down, in a shallow baking dish. Add just enough water to cover the bottom of the pan. Bake in 350 oven for 40 minutes. Remove, Leave oven on. Turn cut side up. With' fine sieve, strain flavors. Place in the meat of the squash. Go all around the edges closest to the shell. Sprinkle very lightly with brown sugar and dot with butter. Return to oven for 10-12 minutes. HOMEWORKS EAY SHOPPING CALL 1-800-228-2055 or local toll free number today for delivery See today's Metro section for a complete listing of our toll free numbers.

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