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The Times, San Maleo. Calif. 7 Dancers Datebook square Ga - ic nn. R wood Cllv, 3:30 Burnriss, callor. P. Thursday. ,s, advaricLtJ : 10:3;j P.m., Sit fwjday Ct :....n - ,: t.i - u.i - "., brrirn w.i.on sc!Ki. Sontn S.n 1 a 10:30 p.T. Don &norwnl 1 ',1 ,! - 'd LDir' - ,. ti - r;jr,.HMr S: i e 10 p.m Parkiicr s: h inn Bruno. Irnr - r, Hrv.'.iid r.i Iv.v. 10: J) round parry nignr. Gere Wedneiday. May 8, 963 ' n ' l Byik e0w.. . , HP - : i"y I, ii MmmaSm p.T.. 5.i C.nlnr. Hirp : - r - if. S.ir. MURSOAY - R.iTiSlorj. ini - TT - :i.ili' 2nd tqun - i' done no. v ' li.rl - jjn.o. 8 li lo 10 IS p.r1 - . T.ni Cimp'. kaiJirrs, r?" ami - . Pari rii. - r ir.a r SATURDAY - Q oarlf c( rhp m Thompson, rniMr sqihiri: Dancing, Skoe:hvr Lityan SoLth 5an Ed. .1 d - nn - c - . . 3:20 lo K':30 ,, I - .,, - ,,;., ., ,. :.ird o' tio n'onln, Charles Carman. Ihe auxiliary will lie s.iIhI.m! lomoTiw in (lie Lion's Den of the Ited Linn Inn when Lucy May Olson presents her weekly show featuring fashions ly Livingston's. Guest models will lie Mrs. Hcrz and Mrs. Juhn Dun - aid Covington while honored guests will be Mcsdamos William Crreslic, auxiliary president; Murray Freedman. chairman uf the preview: Raphael EJrlcca, president of the association: and Khoda Kellng Citlan. supervisor of Ihe two Golden Gate kindergarten schools in San Franciscu. Awaiting the news ol the mystery winner ol a sprinu hftuseeleanint; are (from left) Mrs. Rnv BerideM of San Miitcn, Mrs. Henry Her., and Mrs. Gcurtfu McCnnnell. They are members nl" Ihe Golden Gale kindergarten association auxiliary which will make the award Friday at the champagne preview of the second animal furniture fashions exposition from 0:110 (ii 3 ji.in. at Brooks hall. An unusual fashion show, champagne, strolling musicians, and "firsts" in furniture will he featured. Ticket information may he obtained from Mrs. :'ub, fledwDDd City, E - Frr enn,1 - , o - 2 IqiA - . - ,. Concours d'Elegance. The Colorful World Spurts is the theme ol the day - long g together at the Crocker school field. It's a litUe two larse for a starter's Sim. but Popo might, whose parents arc Mr. antl - Mrs. John Wright, uses ii to horaJd the j'lmp - uir frog contest which will be one of the highlights of tin - seventh annual Hillsborough BPW Officers Elected flurlliipH - , fl:15 'C Frog Jump Is Scheduled In Concours d' Elegance Deihl 'ates nas been clccloi: president of the Busincis and Professional Women's ciuli of San Mateo. Serving with her will be Ellen Carwin. firs! vice pres - s - lohl.ind SwinnL1 iin C.irlns Hic.n Q 1(1:1! .ry., . idem ; Thora Wairavcn, second iee president; Mary Trombiey. treasurer; Lois .Johnson, recording secretary: Selma Egland. - n - esponriing secretary: Alice Kibele. auditor: and Elcise CaJ - her. parliameittarian. Directors are f helm a Wight. Aino Kulo. : tv. to tuners ght. and Kb,: i - Su'. - Rose Show Winners to Get Awards Trophies and awards, won at the ei.ghlh annual show of the Peninsula Hose society, will he presented to the winners at a mcelins Tuesday a'. 8 p.m. in (he Veterans Memorial building in Redwood City. Floral arrangements division dinners were Helen Morris, best nf show: Elizabeth Leedom. best .ii novice section; Pamela libers, best in junior section - . land K - .iuy.. best in miniature section: lilvira Weimar, American Rose society Gold Medal certificate: Mrs. Leslie Sebald. best in non - memiier section. Rose bush awards weal to Paul Wirlh, Clay Morgan. Kai Frei - i;ig. George Dombroski. Barbara Worl, and .Judith F. Banks. The trophy, medical and certificate awards for sped - meat blooms went, to Bichanl1 R. Atchison, best of show: George Morris, second best of show: J. Harvey Brown, third best of show: and Clay Morgan. Sidney LcFic.il. Paul Wirth, Mar - jorie Schoknetht. Chris Van - Cnevei'ing. Margaret wirlh. Gilliam - n.T.Wr. and Charles K'unz. Special chairmen arc Eyrtha Marshall, book and drama: Elaine Lewis, cheerio; Doris Eads, friendship; Eunice Thomas, hospitality; Marian Rake - straw, emblem: Eloise Galiier. resei - vations. and The.ma Wight, conference reservations. The book section meets Monday al 7:4d pm. at the homo of Helen Austin. I3!fi Sanchez avenue, Burliagame. Byrtha Marshall will review "Guiiible's Travels'" by Mary Bodell. Mary Trombiey and Selma Eg - land will be the official representatives at the state convention in Coronado May 16 through tfl. 7:30 lo 13 30 c.n. Parked San Bruno, lencher, Howard M Tw ricDDu's. n - errrcc'i.itc Coilege Head Is Lecturer Dr. Blanche H. Dow. puesi - dcuL of Coney college. Nevada. Mo., will be the guest speaker al a P.E.O. luncheon on May 2'i at the First Methodist church in Palo Alio. All P.E.O. unaffiliates have been inviled to this noon affair. Reservations must lie made by May 2ii with Mrs. E. A. McAllister. Standing comniitlee chairmen are Margaret LaMar, world affairs; Belle Conliffe. personal development'. Helen Austin, civic participation: Donna Bttrch, legislation: Carol Collins, public relations, and Elsie Stebbings, membership. Uickey and Mrs, .!..;m J - liccy have noted Ilia'. :1 frogs lease yott eolri. many other appealing activities will be under way. Games, fashions, art. police exhibits, music, and food provide something for each meir.hcr of the family. Especially planned for the breadwinner is a "Retreat for Pooped Papas" where he may relax '.villi coffee or coke while watching filmed sports highlights. The elegant display of glcam - atlracliun. Beauties will he shown in nmre than 14 classes ranging from lovingly restored antique's to sleek and speedy custom rods. Judging" will begin ai IP::J0 a.m. and continue until t; p.m.. .11 which time trophic will be awarded Ail entrants receive special dashboard plaques. Entry information may be obtained by writing the Sports Car Club of America. 1201 Van Ness avenue. S.' - :n Francisco. Leap in' IJiji'ds? n lump i:i Jirruny! Jumping Frogs in Hillsborough' These phenomena may be witnessed May i!i at the seventh annual Hdlsburough concours d'Elegance and Color - ful World of Sports on May lint the Crocker school field on Ralston avenue. Frogs v - lll be jumpins between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. with a prize donated each half hour by a local merchant. Uillsboi'Oiish Bethel Slates Potluck Event Bethel 7, International Qrdor of Job's Daughters, has plumed a potluck dinner for tomorrow at fi p. in. In the Burlmsame Ma sonic temple. Each girl has heea encouraged to brine, parents, relatives and friends. The money received from the potluck will help pay tor the next honored queen's installation. A meeting will follow the diimer. handling the fros. and Bill Nnglc will have his Boy Seoul Troop ")!) cn hand to "shag" runaway frogs. 'Nervous fro? handlers may be glad to know liiat "wart remover" will be wld h a Uw:h adjacent to tlie arena exit! hlnthusiasts may select their jumpers from I he four dozen available. Com est spokesmen have noted that lliey arc all good - sized animal.', ranging from four to five inches from nose to tail, or about 12 inches including stretched legs. Privately owned and trained frogs may lie jumped in the competition for an added lee. At the end of the day. naming frog': will lie ruiiolT and a grand prize award - eil. Fros will be sold at this time. Arrangements for the unusual event are being made by Bob and Betty SchlendorL Concours chairmen Mrs. Ralph You're Invited To Enjoy CHILDREN'S FLOWER SHOW A Special Tribute To Mothers CAHD I'AKTV A spring card party will take place this evening at 8 p.m. al Pait road and Howard avenue. Buriingame, MAY 9 - 11 Thursday, Friday, Saturday On the Mall Free Admission. Proportioned! Proudly Presented By JUNIOR CLUBS, DISTRICT 4 - B California Garden Clubs, Inc. f SAN lHCUCt TONE!TOWN KIHSCAU JTANPOim STEVtHI C1I1I i i "TO MOM WITH LOVE". . . a beautiful floral tribute to Mother. You will be amazed at the ingenuity and artistry displayed by these talented Junior Gardeners, in this full - scale Flower Show. Don't miss it . . . bring the entire family. IV 1 1 - vt EXCITING CONTEST! SAT. 2 P.M. Come and see Flower Arrangements prepared by the children for their Mothers. Tru Balance girdles in three body lengths lo insure '''Custom, Fit" without custom fining! Whether your body dimensions are short, average or long, you will find the right panty siz designed fcr you by Tru Balance. The difference is in fne "rise," not the leg, of the panty. And, good news, all girdle sizes are with controlling, light Lycra spandex" and long legs for thigh control. Sfzes S, M and L . 12.95 EUitic: tt(, fiyloh, eetton ind - ytn jpjndM The Emporium Girdles tnd Br.is. 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