Valley Times from North Hollywood, California on November 30, 1959 · 7
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Valley Times from North Hollywood, California · 7

North Hollywood, California
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Monday, November 30, 1959
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r ' NWs- V- .. -.-. - -. -, -. x's .-. . v -.-S, CRYSTAL , GOLD SHIMMER AT CANDLELIGHT BALL VALLEY TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1959 'CHRISTMAS BEILES' Shimmering crystal and gold with fresh pine for tradition and background of pink for the joy of the coming of Christmas will turn the International Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel into a fantasyland when the Juniors of the Social Service Auxiliary present their 24th annual Candlelight Ball. Under the direction of M mes. Felix S. McGinnis Jr. and Patrick Frawley, ball chairman and decorations chairman respectively, the event is calendared for Saturday, Dec. 12. Highlight of the evening will be when a lucky couple receives an all-expense trip paid at Mexico City's Contin ental Hilton presented by Carte Blanche. Members of the ball committee include Mmes. David Halliburton, programs; Robert Horan, Invitations; John Shallert, reservations; Robert Flynn, patrons; Frank Powell Jr, adviser; Thomas Ar-mlstead III, past chairman; and Joseph L. Hegener, president. Proceeds from the Ball go to support Regis house, a community center in West Los Angeles. Regis House Foundation is a non - profit corporation with a board of trustees heeded by Henry I. Dock-weiler. Also on the board are CANDLELIGHT BALL PLANS Committee members planning 24th annual ; Candlelight Ball, Dec. 12, in International Ballroom of Beverly Hiltori are, from left, Mmes Felix S. McGinnis Jr., Ball chairman, and John Thorpe. CLOWN TO, APPEAR AT ZONTA BAZAAR Daisy the Clown will be one of the featured entertainers at the fourth annual Mistletoe Bazaar of th Zonta Club of North Hollywood to be held on Dec. 12 from 5 to 10 p.m. at the new American Legion Hall at Cahuenga avenue and Whitnall highway. Another popular feature of the Bazaar will be a chicken pie dinner as well as a special plate for children under 12. In addition, there will be door prizes, Christmas gifts galore, grab bags for adults and special bags for children. Mmes. Howard Ahmanson, vice-president, Frank Powell Jr. and Messrs. Steve Gavin and James Doherty. Council Board Dates Meeting Executive board members of Council del Norte will gather for a meeting and holiday luncheon Dec. 7 in the Lake View Terrace home of Mrs. Howard Todd, Council president. Special guest will be Mrs. Stanley Gulliver, 31st district president. Plan$ for the' Jan. 11 Founders Day box social and collection of books for the waiting rooms of Telfair and San Fernando clinics is on the business agenda. Luncheon .hostesses are elected officers of the Council. i Marteys Fete Anne Pike's Verdugo Oaks restaurant in Glendale was chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Eric Mar-tey of Sherman Oaks for a dinner party feting their daughter, Anne, on her engagement to Max Roth of Burbank. Meltons Eat Out Valleyites Laura and Bob Melton lunched in Pikes Verdugo Oaks restaurant Charity Leaguers Meet For Lunch A Christmas Belles Luncheon will headline the day for the National Charity League of San Fernando Valley when it meets at 11:30 a.m. Dec. 10 in the Water Falls Room at the Sportsmens Lodge in Studio City. Receiving guests will be Mrs. Francis Baker, president; Mrs. G. Roy Backman, membership chairman; Mrs. Paul MacWilliams, coordinator of Ticktocker groups. The decorations planned by Mrs. P.obert C. Wain, hospitality chairman, will call attention to the theme of Christmas while the Belles (NCL members and their guests )are entertained by a delightful program featuring artists of note. Claudia Barrett, television and motion picture actress, will present a Christmas reading. Miss Barrett, originally from the Valley, won a drama award while a student at Van Nuys High School; she studied at the Pasadena Playhouse and was under contract to Warner Brothers Studios. Featured also on the afternoons program will be the talented Miss Sharon Randall, soprano. The artists will be Introduced by Mrs. Edward M. Peterson, program chairman of the League. A special feature of the day will be the long-awaited showing of the artistic creations made by the League Crafters of the Valley National Charity League. Organized just a year ago, the group is headed by Mrs. Robert Schafhausen of En-cino. Work meetings are held every other week in homes of the members. The pre-Christmas showing will be the first formal display to the public and will offer many attractive Christmas gifts. Birthday Celebrated Lou Jean Bellson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore BeUson of Sherman Oaks, was hostess at a luncheon in Pike s Verdugo Oaks restaurant celebrating her 18th birthday. Guests were Marian Beck, Theresa Holman, Jorgie Heilman and Ann Grothe. Glasses Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Glass of Burbank entertained out-of-town guests, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Wise of Denver, with cocktails and dinner in Pikes Verdugo Oaks restaurant. Ottice To Heighten Christmas Giving - Christmas Donor Service, an extended service of the Welfare Information Service, Inc., now has a Valley office. Through the Community Trust Fund of the Volunteer League of San Fernando Valley the office will be "open for business through Dec. 24 in the San Fernando Community Chest Center, 14419 Burbank Blvd., Van Nuys. Office hours are 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. daily. . Pauline Scott is in charge of the office, and can be reached by phoning STate 3-1520. Christmas giving to the less fortunate is traditional. In the rapidly growing San Fernando Valley it is difficult for the group or individual wishing to give, to find the persons who most need their help, and to give without embarrassment to the recipient. Christmas Donor Service acts as the go-' between for the donor who wants to give and accredited community agencies who have people needing help. The Christmas Donor Service does not itself accept either money or gifts in kind, but refers the donor to the proper agency. Mrs. Howard M. Mulder, president of the Volunteer League of San Fernando Valley, in announcing this new project of the Volunteer League stresses the importance and community need for the Valley office. Preserving the true spirit of Christmas giving presents many problems even with the most careful planning. Christmas Donor Service is prepared to refer individuals or groups to agencies which can help carry out philanthropic plans. Mrs. James L. McMahon Jr., Will coordinate the program. She is assisted by other League members, Mmes. Forest Olson, Thomas Ballard and Marvin T. Smith Jr. Handy Household Tips Can Help Housewife Sensibility is the power of woman. So spoke a very wise poet And his opinion, might be even more strengthened today if he could read such common-sense household hints as these below ent in by homemaker consultants to .National Family Opinion, Inc., a Toledo, O., consumer research firm: . Slit an ration on either side, TODAY'S PATTERN By DUS LANE 1372 1-4 yn- Daughter's Dress. Dolly's Matchmates Adorably simple dress and dolly combination for your dimpled darling. You can , make them in a jiffy. No. 1372 is for sizes 1, 2, 3 and 4 years. Size 2, 1 yards 35 inch. Doll requires mans sock size 12. Complete step-by-step instructions for both. Send 35 cents in coins for this pattern to Iris Lane, Val-' ley Times, Box 438, Midtown Station, New York 18, N. Y. Add 10 cents for each pattern lor first-class mailing. Send SO cents now for your copy of Home Sewing for 59. Featured are sew-easy patterns; Important dressmaking top. ' strip back outer part and use as a handle-when slicing. Use a drinking straw to draw air out of a plastic freezer bag before sealing. After washing, polish a window with a rolled up newspaper. Use cup cake papers for baking individual meat loaves. Roll a new package of bacon lengthwise to make slices easy to separate. Water plants with ice cubes. They melt slowly and wont drip, Replace lost tips on shoe laces with a few drops of paraffin. Cloves stuck in a green apple and placed in a drawer will remove musty odor from old furniture. A piece of white chalk In your costume jewelry box will keep the jewelry from tarnishing. To speed up the defrosting of your refrigerator, use the blower end of your vacuum cleaner. Grind half a lemon in your garbage disposal unit to re-- move onion and cabbage odors A few drops of castor oil in the dirt around plants will make the leaves greener. Hosts From Valley Entertaining at dinner at The Marquis on Sunset Strip in Hollywood during the past few evenings were several party hosts from the Valley. . They included Mr and Mrs James Roesser of North Hollywood, Mr. and Mrs. James D. Heard of Toluca Lake, Mr. and Mrs. David H. Streich of Van Nuys and Mr. and Mrs George W. Fisher of North Hollywood. (Advertisement) Old and new holiday recipes Make this Christmas one to remember with the festive recipes in December Better Homes & Gardens. Traditional foods like mincemeat turn into merry new treats as Kris Kringle ice cream. A gala, delicious tuna yulctide salad. Even Swedish recipes for delightful holiday entertaining. There are 58 Taste-tested Recipes in tha western edition of December Better Homes & Gardens., Get it today, wherever magazines are soldi V mPf IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIP sirai HADLEYS Dried Fruit Gift Packs $4 00 Cardboard Troy 1-lb. r Zahidi Dates 2-lb. ... H $98 Redwood $98 Kam Varieties Round Baikot 1 '2-lb. CALIFORNIA CHOICE Oates jj; A fabulous Jet Polar-Flight for 1 to Europe via PAN AMERICAN Intercontinental 707 JET E CUPPER . . . the worlds most experienced E airline fastest flight to Europe . . . Visit London, E Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels . . hotels, meals, s sight-seeing included, or a trip for 2 via PAN E AMERICAN Intercontinental 707 JET CLIPPER E to Hawaii, with accommodations at tha E fabulous Surf Rider, a Sheraton Hotel on Waikiki Beach! Register any Ralphs store. Drawing Dec. 13, E Non-transferrable. No cash equivalent. mm TriJ.wfa tarn American War Id Airweyt, Im. SiibKt M memtlen cvwllobillHM, 10-os. Pitted or 12-os. Unpitted Oualtfyj iSSSDMXS ) V7 o KV-l HQ LOMA LINDA Barhoo Batoi 2 'A -lb. Pkg. n 99 OL' SMOKEY BRAND . SMOKED ? NO. 1 RUSSET POTATOES 51 To Bake Boil or Fryl ROYAL BRAND c Lb. BEEF Will Trimmed Choice Brisktt 2 2 PURR i Pet Food CALO Dog Food Lux Toilet Soap RAINBOW PACK . le SALE . ... One Regular Sixe Bor for le BATH SIZE BAR with Purchase of Four Bars Whift, Pink, Bluo, at Regular Price. Yellow or Green 275 29f GENUINE-SLICES CALVES LIVER EXTRA TENDER 69 ikst 79 UAN Will TRtMMID . PORK k STEAK 49 ft pun pork SADSAEE 39 to pan nr a ps REX SOLE 35 TOTAL C PRICE 3 Bars 48C2 STURDY KIBBLED Dog Food 4-lb, Bog , Zippy Flui Rinse Pint 2c Tax Quart Plut 2c Tox Hurry! Time's awastin. Dont delay doing y&r Christmas Shopping FREE with Ralphs Gold Cash Register Slips in Ralphs Treasure Chest Trailer ... this week 10 A.M. to 8 P.M. (except Sunday) at: WESTCHESTER Sepulveda near Manchester NATIONAL- National & Sepulveda ROSECANS-Fosecrans I Van Nest, Gardena ARCADIA Santa Anita & live Oak EXPOSITION-Crenshaw & Rodeo VENTURA l4t49 Ventura Blvd. nr. Van Nuys Blvd. GRANADA HILLS Chatsworth A Balboa. Next week ate ANAHEIM, DEL AMO, SOUTH BAT, BLEND ALE-COIORADO, THIRD AND VERMONT, SAN VICENTE, RESEDA Borden's Buttermilk Biscuits 3&5 29c Nestle Toll House Cookie Mix 39c Nestle Quik Family Six 2-Ib, 6-01, Tin . 99c i Vermont Maid Syrup 12-oz. Bottle .. 33c I CHICKEN OP TKt SEA , Frozen Tuna Pie e-ox.Pkg 25C pooncitAPT Farm Fresh Pickles 1 lsy.-oz. jar 25c Trader Vic French Dressing 12-oz. 55c Cut-Rite Wax Paper 125-Ft. Roll 27c lc Tax Chiffon Facial Tissue pkg of 400.. 29C:ct Soft-Weve Toilet Tissue 2r0ii$ 29Czc t Twinkle Copper Cleaner sh-oz. 47c2c Goodwin's Ammonia . 25Cic t mn cake Light or Dark t ib ..1.75 TOMATOES F&P Solid Pack &. 11 Can 0 OATS QDAKEE Quick or Old Fashioned Woodbury Soap lc SALE One Regular Sixe Bar for 1c with Purchase of three bars at Regular frte TOTAL PRICE T.t n ir-,T F7Lt Large Pkq. Markrd f'5e Off" ivory Jr lakes pno 37c sc sale price Joy Liquid Detergent 22-ox. Con Marked "10c Off" Price 7 7e Let 10c SALE PRICE . .. Mr. Clean .LIQUID CLEANER 28-oz. Battle Oxydol Detergent large Pkg. . . 35C 2c Tax et. Blue OtC2c Tax 67c3c t 73 C 3c Tax 37C 2c Ta!!' Be tur. to fill In tho coupon In this od. Toko It to ohy fore. You may win the huge, toy-filled Chriitmat Stocking given away Friday, Dectmber 4, 9:00 A.M. in each ifora. REGISTRATION BUNK CHRISTMAS STOCKING Wo Roiorvo tho Right to Limit Quantities PRICES EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 30, DECEMBER t I $50.00 VALUE FREE $50.00 VALUE .Phono. For December 4 Drawing at (TMECb 6flfc Pm fes CHtfip Mb (to tes Ralphs e 17800 Vantura, Incino t 17020 Chatsworth St., Granada Hills 14049 Vantura, Sherman Oaks e 17240 Saticoy, Resada R4p Stores located at 240 S. San Ftmando, Burbank 2203S Roacoa, Canoga Park 4821 Lankershim, North Hollywood 9750 Woodman, Pacaime 1 t

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