The Californian from Salinas, California on October 31, 1950 · 11
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The Californian from Salinas, California · 11

Salinas, California
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Tuesday, October 31, 1950
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Tuesday, October 31, 1950 SAUNAS CAUFORNIAN 11 flews (Brief Council lews Edited by Dorothy Hlght Verm up Phone 8461 Mrs. Craig Seydel, 1215 Acosta street, acted as hostess at a baby shower given in honor of Mrs. Charles Di Orio Thursday evening at 8 oclock. Pink and blue was the color scheme of the table, in the center of which was placed a large white cake decorated with flowers and the traditional stork carrying a baby. Refreshments were served to; Mrs. Howard Dobbel,- Mrs. Di Orio'a mother; Mrs. Lee Elder, Mrs. Julio Duron, Mrs. Richard Sodergren, Mrs. Carl Lorinsen, Mrs. Garth Lorinsen, Mrs. Emil McIntosh, Mrs. Tom Hennig and Mrs. Evelyn McLaughlin. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bollegar, 237 Geil street, are home again from a trip to Los Angeles and Mexico. Returning, the pair stopped in Leu Vegas, Nev. Mrs. Ima Hombeck, 134 Oak street, and Mrs. Mamie Bullene, 54 John street, heard coloratura Lily Pons sing in San Jose Thursday night. . Home for the week-end were Misses Viola Bellora, Barbara Hardwick and Carolyn Jansen. All are students at San Jose state college. Among Salinas residents who were at the Cow Palace in San Francisco Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stolich, Mr. and Mrs. Tyre Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Elton B. Hebbron and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Roberts and sons, Marvin, Jr., and Larry. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Borland of Vancouver, B. C., have . returned home after spending their vacation with their niece, Mrs. Lloyd E. Berry, and Mr. Berry in Castro-ville. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Hoss have returned to their home in Los Angeles after enjoying the week-end with their son, Mr. Russ Hoss, Mrs. Hoss and family at 16 San Carlos drive. Mr. W. Keith Daugherty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Daugherty, 520 Riker street, is studying at Washington university, St. Lquis, Mo. Graduated with a bachelors degree from College of the Pacific (Stockton), he is earning his masters degree in sociology. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Campbell, 36 Capitol street, have returned from a fishing and hunting trip to Siskiyou and Shasta counties. The pair camped out for most of the seven weeks vacation and had fish to eat every day, but the hunting proved deer-less. Deer Lick Springs and the area near . Mount Shasta were their campgrounds. Mr. and Mrs. John Lapp and family, 26 Lincoln avenue, visited with her sister, Mrs. Jessie Clay, in Los Gatos over last week-end. Masquerade Costumes Adopted for Paloma Theta Rho Meeting Halloween party was held after a short meeting of Paloma Theta Rho girls club No. 50 recently. Members masqueraded for the evening of fun and frolic. Entertainment feature was the House of Horrors conducted by Misses Barbara Parkey and Gwen Achziger and the chairman of the program committee, Miss Elaine Woollard. Refreshments were served by Miss Patty Stewart, Miss Achziger and Miss Sue King, featuring traditional Halloween menu. Decorations for the party were by Misses Janice Baird and Nancy Bobo, who used pumpkins, witches and paper streamers, with dolls dressed as witches to add atmosphere. Members practiced a play, to be presented in the near future. ND Members Hear Legislative Talk . Following the recent business session of Native Daughters of the Golden West, Miss Edna Thome, assistant county clerk, introduced Miss Geraldine Hadsell, speaker of the evening. As minute clerk for the state assembly, Miss Hadsell discussed propositions on the coming election ballot. She also is assistant executive officer for the state Little Hoover committee. Refreshments were served following the meeting by Mrs. Zada Henderson, chairman, assisted by these committee women: Mes dames Wiley N. Crenshaw, Nannie Burden, Doss Bledsoe, Annie Riley, C. A. Davies, Louis Cislini, Ruth Huntington, William Hatton, Lorraine Burden, Rodney M. Burden, Minnie Rudolph and.Lausa Freeland and Miss Florence Brinan. Awards of the evening were given to Miss Christina Storga and Miss Pauline Holm. Mrs. Ken Anderson has been appointed program chairman for the month of November. Pocahontas Degree Honors Guard Tonight; Silvas Feted American Legion hall, Salinas airbase, will be the scene of a reception tonight for Mrs. Eva Clark. Cachagua council No. 197, Degree of Pocahontas, will honor its member, who holds he office of great guard of the tepee. Charter members of the council, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Silva, were honored recently by WANDERERS MEETING Wanderers study club will meet tomorrow night, 8 oclock, at the home of Mrs. Charles B. Rosen-dale, 103 Willow street. This is the regular monthly meeting of the group. v the degree at the airbase hall. Mrs. -Hazel Shireman, deputy, Introduced the Silvas after Mrs. Henrietta Quinn called the meeting to order. Mrs. Silva was presented a bouquet of flowers. Escorting the pair to seat of honor were: Mesdames Rhoda Lively, Aldine Silva, LaVelle Long, Dorothy Ly-kins, Lois McCarty, Dorothy Boyd, Marie Anderson, Florence Cain, Blanche Benedom, Tennie Poor, Olive Clark, Helen Akers,, Vera Harrison and Verlee Hogue. The guests of honor received a gift from the entire council membership. Both charter members spoke before the council, stating the organization was started June 16, 1928. Of the 35 persons composing the original council, Mr. and Mrs. Silva are the only remaining members of that rank. Pink and green, color scheme of the evening, was carried out in refreshments and cake decoration. In charge of the social part of the affair were Mesdames Leora Ben-thall, Margaret Aikins, Marie Anderson, Helen Akers. Next regular council session will be Nov. 14. Mrs. Blanche Benadom, Mrs. -Abbie Beavers and Mrs. Harriett Carpenter will be the refreshment committee. Jewel march concluded the evening. American Legion hall will be the scene of the reception tonight honoring Mrs. Eva Clark, great guard of the tepee. Children in the Monterey county hospital will soon have magazines collected by the welfare committee of Pocahontas, it was reported. Counoil members were asked to donate toys for the childrens Christmas. Gilroys Ogaretta council has invited the local group to its friendship" night Nov. 8. Friday the Cachagua council women were invited to Lola council where Mrs. Florence Howett, great Pocahontas' representative, made her appearance. Nov. 9 local members will have a plastic party in the home of Mrs. Florence Cain, 548 James street. Social Activity club will meet Friday in the home of Mrs. R. W. Benadom, 793 Kilbreth avenue, at 8 p.m. Special Communion At Church Tomorrow Special service of the Holy Communion will be held tomorrow at St. Pauls Episcopal church, according to announcement made by the Rev. Gordon M. Reese, rector. Hour set for the observance of All Saints day is 7:30 a.m. Reverend Reese said today that since All Saints is one of the high festival days of the church year the 7:30 a.m. hour was stated in order to accommodate others who could not attend at a later hour. . . Maybe 1951 Calendar Girl? . . . .$ aG ' 4T .a;, d&t, i mmm m martyr Andy Ausonio photo Fame of Miss Ida Garcia, queen of Hartnell colleges homecoming, may reach far beyond her home town, if all goes well. Her photograph, at the invitation of Esquire magazine, has been entered in a nation-wide contest to pick "Miss 1951 Calendar Girl." Though the day was chilly yesterday, thoughts of the awards . . . should she win ... gave Miss Garcia courage ' to pose for this photograph on the college lawn. Top honoree will be given an all-expense trip to New York City, a screen test by MGM, and television and radio personal experiences. Soroptimists Pay Tribute To Four.. Four life members of Salinas Soroptimist club were honored with special features at a recent meeting of the group. Shown here, left to right, are Mrs. Horace Wisely, Mrs. Fred Winham, Mrs. Frank Johnson and Miss Faith Fraser, all of whom have been active in the local club since its inception. RUMMAGE SALE Women of St. Pauls Episcopal church parish will hold a rummage sale Nov. 9, 10 and 11 in the basement of the parish hall, Lincoln and Alisal streets. The sale will be open to the public from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. tfino rayon tissue faille A perfect holiday dress... It's packed with fashion interest I See the wing sleeves, slant pockets, contour belt, and even a new sunburst-tucked back detaill Peacock, royal, navy, red, or black. Sizes 12 to 18. SO. MAIN AT, ROMIE LANE PARK FREE . . . PHONE 7355 Californian photo Salinas Student Enrolled Among' Northwesterners Among 135 students from California enrolled in Northwestern Universitys 10,000 full-time attendants are two from this area. Miss Janet Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley D. Evans, Jr., 436 South Main street, is in the school of speech, while Mr. Robert Hexter Young, Santa Cruz, is in the school of music at the Evanston, 111., college. The universitys college of liberal arts shows the highest fall quarter enrollment, with 2,670 students registered. A total of 1,-385 students is taking work in the school of commerce, and 1,132 are enrolled in the graduate schooL Also studying at Northwestern are 200 foreign students from 34 countries and five U. S. territories. Students now attending Northwestern will have the opportunity to participate in the universitys great centennial observance in 1951, marking its 100th anniversary. Beginning on Founders day, next Jan. 28, the celebration will bring together scientists, scholars, and world-famous authorities on many subjects for conferences and meetings. Also scheduled are festivals of the arts, musical events, dramatic productions, and alumni reunions. As part of the centennial program, Northwestern university now is engaged in a campaign to raise $8,250,000 for new buildings and equipment and for the endowment of teaching and research. Among the objectives are three IUM O CAN YOU USE $100.00' O That's how much you can save .... over the cost of a new living room set . . . by HAVING YOUR OLD HARDWOOD SET UPHOLSTERED and MODERNIZED IN OUR OWN WORK ROOMS! QUALITY WORKMANSHIP . . . and here is why ... ALL SPRINGS ARE RETIED ALL FILUNGS ARE REPICKED ALL FRAMES ARE TIGHTENED and REGLUED NEW FILUNGS ARE ADDED ALL WORK IS DONE BY HIGHLY SKILLED WORKMEN OVER 2.000 SAMPLES TO SELECT FROM CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATES Rich custom smartness ... at prices so low you can't afford not to have WELKER'S do over your upholstered furniture! J4. V. WelLr Co. ddrigade GRANDMAS THERE . . . Mrs. Ray W. Holmes, 223 Curtis street, has gone to Long Beach to help care for the new grandson, while Mr. Holmes remained here. Their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson, of Long Beach are being congratulated on the birth of William Holmes Ferguson on Oct. 27. His mother is the former Marie Holmes of this city. He has a two-year-old sister, Carol, and his paternal grandparents, too. The latter are Mr. and Mrs. William Ferguson of Whittier. Special Aims of Gonzales PTA Are Stressed This Year Gonzales Parent Teacher association, headed by Mrs. Warren Johnson, is sponsoring two important projects this year. One is the health of all children; the other is to create a stronger bond between the home and the schooL Health committee, led by Mrs. H. V. Baldwin, begins at infancy to create good health -f- proposed new buildings, including a $3,000,000 classroom buildings and a fieldhouse for the universitys Evanston campus and a $2,-000,000 classroom building for the Chicago campus. habits by holding a well baby clinic each month. Babies are immunized, weighed, examined; mothers are caught good feeding habits; records are kept. At school age, boosters are given. Eyes, teeth and hearing are checked yearly. General health is under surveillance at all times. To have good cooperation between parents and teachers, PTA members work as closely together as possible. A childs personality does not change in the few minutes it takes to get'from home to school, so we must start at home to create good, wholesome development then on to school where this same child is taught to become a good citizen, said Mrs. Baldwin. We are emphasizing our room mothers work tnroughout the complete year. Committees will help with all school plays, Bocial affairs, parent-teacher conferences and monthly PTA meetings. Teas are being planned for individual grade parents, to bring them closer to their teacher. Teachers havf planned demonstrations of everyday work to help the parents understand how their child Is taught. The parents will be told about reading readiness and fundamental arithmetic. A question box will be out at all times to allow shy people to assert themselves. All problems will be discussed before the association. The failure of parents to cooperate with their teachers is to fail themselves. The failure of teachers to cooperate with parents is to fail in their ultimate goal in life, Mrs. Baldwin concluded. Experts recommend having at least six sheets and three pillow cases for each single bed in order to allow for one set of linens in use, one In the linen closet and one in the laundry. When doing your fall housecleaning, dont forget to freshen your glass light fixtures with a soap-and-water bath. Coscos Hosts At Unique Star Garden Party An Evening With the Stars was the theme of the party hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cosco, 23O Capitol street, recently. The unusual garden of the Coscs was meeting place for 40 'members and officers of the Italian-Catholic federation and a few invited friends. Mrs. Cosco had decorated the tables with the Halloween motif. She was assisted in entertaining by her two sisters, Miss Mary Cassentini and Mrs. Elizabeth Cormagio. Mr. John B. Lemos, president of Hartnell college, and Mrs. Le-fhos were special guests of the evening, as were the Rev. Marizo Gaioni of Santa Cruz and Mr. Bernard Cossentini. Following the potluck refreshments, Mr. Lemos used lantern slides projected outo a screen in the garden for illustrating his lecture on the stars and heavenly bodies. Next meeting will be held tomorrow night at the home of Mrs. morrow night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nucci, 124 Willow street. At that time additional plans will be discussed for the Mardi Gras of 1951," annual event of the ICF. REMPIBER THE DAY . . . 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Get plenty of this grand fresh fruit for family munching, salads, lunches you pack, and entertaining. AH your money back (without returning a thing) on any fruit or vegetable that doesnt please you. ..A?' SfiPBlMU . V f I H

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