The Times from San Mateo, California on December 30, 1946 · Page 7
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The Times from San Mateo, California · Page 7

San Mateo, California
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Monday, December 30, 1946
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Hillsborough Rites March Ceremony TV i-.--f n ·-.,..- .1 -- *. 41%. urinal _ ^ _ . _ \ i ... i ·»»· « ^~ * - MI i i . **^ Performed at the Hillsborough horn* of the bride's parents, the Daniel E. Koshlands, were the rites which united Miss Phyllis Koshland and Howard Friedman of New York at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Rabbi Irving Reichert of San Francisco officiated before approximately 100 guests. The reception immediately followed at the home. The couple stood before a background of decor in the yallow shades. There were columns of yellow narcissuses and a profusion of Birds of Paradise and tall lighted candelabra. · White satin made with long, simple lines and a sweetheart neckline was worn by the bride, and her heirloom lace veil, long, was held to the coiffure with a crown trimmed with orange blossoms. She carried white orchids. Phyllis is the sister of Mrs. Ted Geballe and Daniel Koshland Jr. and a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Haas, the Robert Koshlands, the Philip N. Lilienthals and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sloss, and is the granddaughter of Mrs. Fannie Haas of 1 in Francisco. : Mrs. Geballe was the only attendant for her sister, and she was dressed in blue brocade with match- j ing blue hat Her flowers were yel- j low orchids. · j For her going-away ensemble the ; bride chose a red wool suit with i brown accessories and an orchid : corsage. At the conclusion of a few days spent in Santa Barbara and vicinity, the couple will return to live in Berkeley, where the bridegroom is studying architecture' at the University o£ California. Phillip Friedman was best man for his brother, and among the guests were the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Lillian Lazar, and his aunt, Mrs. Esther Shapiro, both of New York, who flew west for the marriage. They plan t8 leave tonight by plane for thei reastern home. Announcement of the engagement of the couple was revealed in September of this year. Art Show Project An art show by Peninsula artists, sponsored by the local branch of the American Association of University Women, is to be held February 14, 15 and 16 in the auditorium, of the Herbert Hoover school, Burlingame. The exhibit ·wiU include paintings, etchings and block prints. Participation of all Peninsula artists is invited and eagerly anticipated. This is not a jury show, but the pictures will be screened for quantity with emphasis on quality. If the picture is "for sale" this will be indicated in the catalogue. Artists wishing to.participate will be forwarded further details on receipt of name and address. As this notice is an attempt to compile a list of all Peninsula artists, -they are requested to please submit name and address by mail, together with names and addresses of other artists whom they know. All names must be submitted be- 4- --* i Pen. Card Events \ .j. _____-- $ ' Peninsula Circle of Druids No. 156 will entertain with a whist party next Thursday evening in' the Burlingame IOOF hall. The business meeting has been called for 7:30 o'clock and there will be special games preceding the cards. Lucille Jones and Nellie Schreckengast heard the card committee and in charge of refreshments are Grace Hagman and Teddy Arnott. The public is invited. fore January 10, to American Association of University Women, care of Mrs. A. Woods Giberson, 2714 Easton drive, Burlingame. ' Executive committee for the art show is as follows: Chairman, Mrs. A. Woods Giberson, assisted by the Mesdames Jeptha A. Wade, Fred W. Wyckoff, Edward A. Poage, Linden L. Stark, E. Ransome Fox, Messrs. Samuel W. Beeman, A. Woods Giberson, Howard Watkinson, John W. Dooley, Lloyd Lynes and Dr. Hartzell Ray. ^ | Chat and Comment *GUEST OF SISTER--Col. Ste ·phen C. Whipple, USA (retired), was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Henry W. Root of Burlingame, for several days during the holidays. Since his retirement Colonel Whipple is associated with the state engineer's office, and he and his family live in Sacramento. On Friday the colonel and Mrs. Root joined with relatives in San Francisco at a dinner ijarty. s «· s HOLIDAYS HERE--It is a happy holiday season at the A. R. Hansen home as 'the daughter, Florence Jean, arrived home from Tokyo in time for the Christmas festivities. Planning to be married in are Miss Shirley Ann Hitchcock and William Paine Thomas whose betrothal is announced today in the south and the bay area. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hitchcock, long-time residents of Burlingame, and who now live in the south, revealed the plans of the young couple. Lives in Berkeley Shirley, who has lived in Berkeley for the past two years, went south for the holidays and told of her engagement to members of the family on Christmas eve. She has been working in a doctor's office in the east bay since graduation from the University of California in '43 where she was affiliated with Kappa Kappa Gamma. The bride-^lect, niece of Mrs. Olive V. Loomis of Piedmont, is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hitchcock of Los Angeles, and the sister of Marilyn Hitchcock, also a UC Kappa, and Barbara Hitchcock. She plans to depart next month for New York to decide the details of the coming nuptials. Next Friday Mr. Thomas, who spent the Christmas, holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick F. Thomas Jr., of Berkeley, will return to Rochester where he is in the final years of medical school. M. D. Next May A U.C. alumnus and Beta Theta Pi, the prospective bridegroom will receive his JM.D. in May, follow- i Local Residents Enjoy Snow Sports At Strawberry A number of Peninsula people are enjoying the winter sports at Strawberry lodge in the High Sierra during the holiday season. According to Miss Shirley Smith, social director of'the lodge for the winter season, the Peninsula folk are entering into the spirit of fun and leading the rest in the gay folk dances which are a part of the evening fun. Getting acquainted with young people from all over the country were Bob Harris, Peter Dondero, Arno Heinig and Bonner Gordon. Although "the boys spend the days participating in the snow sports, they are always "on hand for the evening's entertainment. Also from San Mateo were Mrs. J. C. Downer and her son. From Redwood City over the holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Campbell and their daughter Lynn. F I N E JEWElIOf Ladies'Watches Complete assortment from $27.50 Includes Federal Tax 224 Third Ave, · San Mateo , i · It is to old word, and m comforting one in time of trouble. To reader Trustworthy prescription service is our first consid- . eration. Trust us with your next prescription. WE DELIVER Phone 3-9375 COLLINS PHARMACY 98 Third Avenue Dear friends: He** if * prize winning recipe: Potato Chips A la Gorton 3 cups coarsely crashed 2 tbs. flour potato chips 1 cup-milk 6 medium size carrots Vi tsp. salt 8 medium size onions Vfe tsp. pepper 2 tbs, butter or margarine % cup grated American cheese Scrape carrots and slice into K-inch slices. Cook until tender in boiling, salted water. Drain. Pare onions and slice in '4-inch slices. Cook until tender in boiling, salted water. Drain. Melt butter or margarine in a heavy sauce-pan. Add the flour and blend. Add the milk and cook and stir until cheese is melted. Arrange half of carrots in bottom of a greased casserole dish. Cover with a layer of crushed potato chips, then with half the onions. Cover with crushed potato chips. Repeat layers. Top with sauce mixture and a dash of paprika. Bake in a moderate oven, 350 degrees, for about 20 minutes, or until thoroughly heated 1 and lightly browned. Makes 5-6 servings. Sincerely yours, PURE PEANUT B U T T E R Blue Bird Potato Chi'ips, Inc., Oakland, California Seudder's Peanut Butter, Toasted Nuts, Blue Bird Potato Cbipt ins which he will take his intern- San Mateo Hostess Entertains at Christmas Lunch Hiss Nancy Williamson, daughter ship in the east He is the brother' of Mr. and ilrs. Chas. J. William- of Mrs. Norma J. Hearn (Beth Thomas) and grandson of Mrs. Charles Lewis Paine of Berkeley and the late Mr. Paine, arid of the son of Twenty-ninth avenue, San Mateo, was hostess at a Christmas luncheon recently. Christinas carols were sung and late Mr. and Mrs. Frederick F. I appropriate games played. Prizes Thomas of Berkeley. 'were won by the Misses Lucy Hin- SALE STARTS THURSDAY, January 2nd "S. Look for our advertisement Wednesday, January 1st 1219 BURLINGAME AVE. richs, Frances Jackson, and Jean i MONDAY, DEC. 30, 1946 Johnson. ) · ==== =============^==== Other guests were the Misses Barbara F e 1 d m a n, Man- Jane Grsenman, Cyrle Hass, Anne Jud, Margaret Ann Landon. Shirley Overmohle, Joanne Petersen, and : Claudia Zorn. j SAN MATED TOTES--7 IN STOCK Nrw Gntvnnlcrd CORRUGATED CULVERT X«**ted Type 24-in -- 30-in- -- 48-in. BARGAIN. PRICE KEN ROYCE CO. Rolldlitic MatrrlnlN IllvUlcm Sl~ South I.lnden Avenue South San Krnnrlsro -Ofll The Beacon Gasoline dealer in your neighborhood takes this means to .extend to you and yours, best wishes for a happy and prosperous 1947. MISSION OIL COMPANY Colma 25 J. V. CHRISTIE DElaware 8748 A"d for your future totvtnieutt r.rry ·.T~^| "fffy for a BeaCOtt Crtdit Curd A T ot a Drug! It's a Food! CALWHEY (Dry Whey) Intended as a dietary aid in the treatment of abnormal conditions arising in the intestinal tract which may be caused by absorption of toxic material in the blood stream and by faulty elimination. 12-OUNCE Tin. _. 5-POUND Tin 89' $450 PAUL'S HEALTHWAY 133 Third Avenue Dial 4-2710 San Mateo Closed Saturday and Sunday Just Arrived A Limited lot of SLACKS MEN'S All wool Bedford cord* In tern, brown, blue and q»«B $15.00 MEN'S Forest green whipcords. All wooL heavy weight. $17.50 * BOY'S All wool Bedford Cords, sizes 10 to 18 Ton, brown and blue 1Q85 Third and "B" Streets BEACON LIQUOR SUGGESTIONS for your New Year's Eve Party 100 proof, bolted in bond OLD CROW J 5th 15-Yetir-Old Scotch, Bottled in Scotland HIGHLAND QUEEN Case $125 5fh $10,50 12-Year-old Scotch. Bottled in Scotland MARTIN'S DE LUXE Case $125 5th $10,50 Scotch WHITE HORSE 5th $7,66 Case $85 I Oth $3.88 Gilbey's Spey Royal SCOTCH WHISKEY Case $75 5th $6,25 Scotch BLACK AND WHITE I Oth $2,98 5th $5,66 Limit Two Limit One Scotch BALLANTINES (Limit one) 5th $9.89 Scotch MARTIN'S WO Case $90 5th $7,70 Blended Bourbon SUNNYBP90K Case $45.36 5th $3.78 5-Yeor-Old Straight Bourbon ANCIENT AGE (Limit one) 5th $5,86 Blended Bourbon OLD THOMPSON Case $46,44 5Hi $3.87 Blended Bourbon Fleischmann's Preferred Case $42,84 5th $3.57 Blended Bourbon HUNTER'S Case $51,12 5th $4.26 Partner's Choice Blended Bourbon · BELLOWS Case $48,85 5th $4,07 Partner's Choice Straight Rye Whiskey B E L L O W S (Limit one) 5th $6.63 Bottled in Bond. Bourbon OLD FITZGERALD Pint $4,25 Seagram Ancient Bottle GIN Case $43.32 5th $3,61 Distilled Puerto Rican Rum RONRICO W h l t e o r G o I d Case $35.00 5th 2 1200 Burlingame Avenue NEW! Chrome Serv-A-Carts FIXTURES... Colonial and Crystal ELECTRIC WIRING 1 AH Jlr»iKhfis RICHMOND ELECTRIC CO, Dill 4-1810 22A California Dr., Rnrlfn(im« Fireplace Fixtures Table Lamps - Shades Lighting Fixtures Expert Lamp Repairing ROSS Lighting Stiffli» El Camino Real. B-lmonl PHOKC 112 FRANCINE'S CANDY SHOPPE HARD CANDY CHOCOLATE PEPPERMINTS II Ttilr* AT... San Mato*. Hi. 4-1401 FOUND One Store with Plenty of Sensibly Priced ANKLET SOX EVE YOUNG 231 South Son Mates DrlT* Typewriter SAIXS--HEP AIR · Corona · Royal 1 Remington · Underwood · Duk, · Flic, · Chair, OFFICE SOP»tIES CRAWFORD TYPEWRITER CO. I l l 1 Strict, San Ma««e 'DIAL 3 mi Miller Drug Co. No. 1 Phone 3-4556 WALL PAPER Complete Line in Stock Imported and Domestic FLOYD BALDWIN Complete Fainting and Decorating Service Phone .1-1981 151 "B" St., Son Mateo RAVE TOO! FURNACE Serviced-NOW Completely Equipped Time SERVICE DIPT. Service on All Mikes Uxpericiwd Workmen" B, B. STERN CO. US CALIFORNIA DUIYt DIAL 3-1MA

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