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6 NEWS, Van Nuys r Calif. »«"**- »»""*«· *«, mm IIUl'ILMU ACTIVITIES J Ushers in New Year With Valle y Women's y^» / r 1 · /* /^ rr T^ Clubs Conclude Gala Semes of Open House Fetes Actlvc Season Ethel Taylor, Editor Phones STau 5-1133, STan/ey 7-1501 Among those expected are the Henry Hillocks, Robert Richard.ses, Larry Brouillettes, Dr. and Mrs. A m e s C o l l e y , D r . a n d Mrs. Lawrence Libecat, to name a few. These and others also comprised a party of 50 when the men's Cooperative Club gave a Christmas Week dinner for their wives at Arturo's Trench Villa. There was an orchid at each place and dancing provider! diversion. * * * Open house is an annual custom New Year's Eve for Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Resales, 7003 Ranchito Ave., and this year they \vill be assisted by Mr. and Mrs. O\ven E1-! ledge of Los Angeles. The Elleclges will be hsuseguests for the v.-eek- end. Buffet refreshments will be served. Yesterday the Resales and their daughters, Sally and JoAnn, entertained a group at a dinner party and included were Mr. and Mrs. J a c k M a n n i n g , Highland; Park; Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Harrison, Prescott, Ariz., and Mrs.! HOLIDAY WEEK wedding anniversaries--both more than a half century, are being celebrated b y ; M a r g a r e t Nazarian and Mr. and; two Valley couples. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Atchison, l e f t , w i l l h a i l their 60th date today w i r h a reception f r o m . M l ' s - Ro - v Knabenshoe, all of Los : 2 to 5 Qt Hi sir Sherman Oaks home. The John J. McNamaras, right, wed 50 years, will be felicitated by Angeles friends tomorrow in Canoga Park. fc.'iccnfcs photo New Year's open house will ring in 1950 ir. eeur.tlCoS San Fernando Valley homes while clubs are likewise celebrating with parties ushering out the old year. Among them are the Valley Cooperettes who have planned a festive watch p a r t y ' f o r members and their husbands Saturday in the spacious home of the Charles H. Duncans, 15173 Encanto Drive. Sherman Oaks. Mrs. Duncan, who is new president of the women's service group will greet guests at 8 p.m. Buffet and cocktails will be served during the evening, with entertainment, television and favors planned. Valley Couple Reminisce on 60th Wedding Anniversary Philanthropies Keynote of Work Philanthropies have been one of the major interests of ! women's organizations in San Fernando Valley during the past year with the holiday charities as a colorful finale for the season. The California Branch o£ the Stage Mothers Club, of which Mrs. Fred Tetley of Encino is president, filled 100 gift boxes for Birming ham Hospital patients. Each contained homemade cookies, candies and personal items. Another project of the Stage Mothers has been the special Boy "- Scout Tribe 260, comprised of physically handicapped children, who carry on their activities by wheel chair and radio. A weekly program over KGIL is designed especially for their interests and features hobby instructions and t r a v e l chats. The boys, many of them polio and spastic cases, received cash gifts exceeding 5125 from the mothers group to underwrite their several xvheelchair projects. TOPANGA PARLOR HAS NEW HOSPITAL PROGRAM Not only during the holidays but all through the year, Topanga Parlor, N a t i v e Daughters of t h e ] Golden West will have its philan-i thropy program in Frances Culver will be installed as noble grand of Van Nuys Rebekah Lodge 239 Jan. 3, at Van Nuys I.O.O.F. Hall with Ora Peterson, district deputy of District 16 and her staff in charge. Harold Hall p/iofo | San Fernando Veterans Facility. Parlor members have drawn names of bed patients and w i l l remember them on all the holidays Announce Vesper LeagueChairmm Appointive chairmen for tha Valley Vespers League will be presented at the organization's first meeting of the new year Monday, Jan. 9, at 1 o'clock in Isabella Horton Parlor of Encino First Presbyterian Church. Hostesses for the day are Mmcs. progress a t ' James C. E. Sale, Alex Crawford as well as special anniversaries. Mrs. Jenny Woolley, veterans [welfare chairman, arranged a pre- and Vera Wormley. Mrs. William Mat-Donald, president of the group, will entertain the executive board prior to the general meeting at a luncheon in her Amestoy St. home. Her new appointives i n c l u d e Mmcs. D. S. * * * ' j A yule log and pine cones flanked j TT i b y red candles centered the festive! jj" I board Christmas Day when M r . ! . {and Mrs. A r c h i e Sincomb. 14342!:: i " ^HfcMe _ ^, f? ^H^ j holiday enchilada d i n n e r at the Allen, devotions: Roger Moore, Sylvan St., were hosts at a turkey j hospital for those who were a b l e j j o h n Neil and Mina Oliver, a l t a r ; - _ . d i n n e r . Another f e a t u r e was the CUTTING T H E I R wedding coke are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Alexander! 1 0 participate. JTorrence Dodds parliamentarian; Reliving memories of their w e d - ( t h e i r daughter and her lami y. J -J j p r e t t y white holiday tree brilliant i Gillie ( H i l m a Roesch] f o l l o w i n g t h e i r w e d d i n g Wednesday in Van N u y s ' Members sn[ i t h e i r families had j D a vid Tail, h i s t o r i a n ; Robert H a n ding which took place 60 years |Mr^ Atch.scm u .6 years and Mr. j Tif T I T ! u . j t h red U g h t s and red ornaments.! C e n t r a l L u t h e r a n C h u r c h . Both have been residents of th« V o i l e * f o r | a h o l i d a y pany F r i r i a y e v e n l n S a M s h o r n r . flowers; C. V. Salt, mem- a go in Lexington. Neb. are Mr. and I A t c h i s o n . s S 4 _ _ L_ Y± L1 V U, Jtl U ? US ; I n ( h e were Ml , and M r s j ^ They ^ r e s i d e m Vcn N wh , .; ' ; 'Canoga Park Woman's Club w i t h ; bersh ; . c . L . A l b e r t s u n s h i n e ; O . i'? ^afSaT' ^ Atilr^ELwoof £b?kn "^ I" - H e c o m f o r t a b l e r u s . i , s t y i e , H a i , y d e Lane of San Fernando, | t r i p Uti, D J Wkl^l^ 1 ^*' *"*"« ""' « ' j £ «- Holley V a U i k e t t and A\e., bner.-ian. uak ( : . . o r o f A . * t r h i , n n M,, T ,, home he had b u i l t for his wife. Mr. ^^ M »e Steidel, Pasadena; Mr.| 1 _ " e . n m e r u . . Roy Heskett, advisory ooarri. ., In celeoration of t n c event. ; sister ot .in.-. A t c h i s o n . .MIS. L U - , _ , ,. _ r p n r ' _ ,, r ^, - , -. .TARZANA n . l R \vn.i. _ . . . . . . . f * tvi. e*"~htT Vir, Ru-dl J o h n - ' e l l a B l a c k b u r n of S a n t a A n a . v.'ill; a"rt "'s. John J. .^c.\amara. _Jn.,o nrt - l i . b a m r a i l and M i . George , : .-;n p.m. On C h r i s t m a s t h e y en- Hances Maniey of T, O ., Anjrele. «on of 'van Nu\C has arranged a n ! be u n a b l e to a t t e n d t h e a n n i v e r s a r y iValerio St.. Canoga Park, w i l l h o!d : ^r.tley, all of \ an N u y s . p l u s , t r a i n e d at a d i n n e r party for A l b e r t Land and L u m e n L a n d r " : ' ' | open house t o m o r r o w to cele'r.rr.le O l - n e r s - ' M s . il-ammon's m o t h e r , Mrs. Dor- Tarzana. t h e i r .50th w e d d i n g date*. · * - - * - · * - : o t h y Hale, and Mr. Gammon's par- -ir ir ir | They w i l l greet r e l a t i v e s and Three social a f f a i i s were hosted e nts, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gammon. Mr. and Mrs. J o h n Sayre. GTi's | f r i e n d s d u r i n g the a f t e r n o o n ana ll - v ^' ! '- a n ^ -" (lrs - Vviliiam E l o w k z : a i ; , , f ]_ os A:r4 r ' ; -?=. Vesper Ave.. w i l l e n t e r t a i n ! oda v e n i n g f o l l o w i n g c e l e b r a t i o n o r n f Willis Ave.. Sherman Oaks,' ^ -^ ^ ' w i t h a f a m i l y d i n n e r party i n c l u r : open house today from 2 to 5 p.m. : e v e n t . As.=ist:nc her w i l l be h e r sister-in- ~~ Jaw, Mrs. Paul A t c h i s o n , a n d her niece. Mrs. Wendell A t r h i ^ n . b o t h of Cozr-.d. Neb. A Jo\-ely lace c l o t h will adorn the t°a t a b l e a n d a crys- t a l bowl with w h i f p flowers w i l l b p f l a n k e d by w h i t e i-pers in crystal holders. · Here for the holiday;; and to | celebrate w i t h t h e i r parens arc t h e i r only son. P a u l A t c h i s o n o f : Cozad, Neb., who was accompanied! hero by his wife and son?, Robert! Jr. and Wendell. The Atchisons have two o t h e r grandsons. Kenneth anri M a u r i c e Dickinson of 4s a benefit for the new Vallev "Mr.-. A l c h ' b b n was Miss Lottie Shunefelt before her m a r r i a g e on Christmas Day. Dec. 25. 1S89. and she and her bridegroom went, to live on a f a r m s o u t h of Cozad. Mr. A t c h i s o n f a r m e d t h e r e u n t i l 192-1 when ' h f y came t n Redlands to r°- si'ie. Severn! years aso t h e y ,,'overt tn S l i e r m a n Onks to reside near C hist mas Day Baby Honored Carol Noel Owens c e l e b r a t e d her first b i r t h d a y yesterday. Because Carol was born on C h r i s t m a s Day, 1048. she wns christened w i t h names symbolic of the season by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edward Owens, 23301 Raymond St.. Chalsworlh Lake M a n o r . On hand for the family dinner were the child's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E v e r e t t Fahstrom of Chatsworth, and Mrs. Grace Wallace of Lynwood, who baked a b i r t h d a y cake in a C h r i s t m a s tree mold. Carol Noel is an only c h i l d and made her debut at. Van Nuys M a t e r n i t y H o s p i t a l . ! t h e i r n u p t i a l mass at 9 a.m. in Our 'luring the holiday season. Thurs-| Lar:y of tr.e V a l l e y C h u r c h . r f a - v thi? . v wi!1 he h o s t s at a b u f f e t ; : _- O(?l h o l ; r i ; , v E n t e r : a i n i : i . a r.t. d i n n e r on t "\ j !' ^ II c[ "'· [ ; The w e d d i n g of C a t h e r i n e M. ^nncr v - i l h K^sts i n c 1 u d i n g ' o ~ "Bailey" 13843 ' s a l i r , i y :' v . , - h V.'iliiams anri J o h n J. Mc.\rama' Messrs, and Mmes. Charles Keren. 1 h ; s pau ,' M ,_ s M .. a n r i M .. s R c -,ook place Dec. 27, 1SC9, in s t . ' C a m e r o n MacNeil, Jack Jackson B ' aUey as "^ lf ^VJ Mary's CaUioii': C h u r c h in La\vr- a n d Sam W e i s e n t h a l . C h r i s t m a S | ' ' ""'+"+ + onto, Mass., w i t h P.ov. Thomas J. Day they hold open house for rela-; , . _, ^ _ . , , _ . , Projects of the past year h a v e included the purchase of a piano, c o n t r i b u t i o n s t o w a r d t h e buildins: . f u n d and f l o w e r s for B i r m i n g h a m R o m a n s C l u b ;s sponsoring as its H o S ( ) i ! a l t o n a m e j u s t a f c v v . first p h i l a n t h r n i j y of the new year ... ........ . . --, a br-riefit c a r d . set j t r J a n . 19 y t r n l n t i v r l y ' Reseda Park Driscoll o f f i c i a t i n g . They mover! to l i v c s a n d friends a l i k e and p r e v i - ^ Los Angeles in 1005 where t h e y ou?1 y entertained at a b u f f e t s u p - j . resided in the Silverlake d i s t r i c t . ' per for Messrs, and Mmcs. Ster-; F l r s t *^ Each home the MoXamaras lived 'ing Ferguson, Joseph Field Jr..! in was b u i l t by Mr. M c X a m a r a . H e i D a v i ( 1 Hopkins. Donald, Day, Jules was in the employe of Los A n g e l e s ' B u c k - Walter Seltzer, Mmes. J. H.! C o u n t y for 27 years prior to his ' B l o w i t z and Sidney Carroll. r e t i r e m e n t . the college groun o st C h u r o h w a s h e l d Thursday in the horns of Miss Joyce Morgan in Van Nuys. * ir -k -*· -,V ir Open hni;:s° \: ;i i-r'ld !·' by Mr. a n d Mr-;. \V. H. ShniiTr,"- berger. 1TS41 T r i b u n e St.. G r a n a r i a .. ,. .Hill.--, for a large cntr.parv of Vai\ a n .Nuy S -, e y f r j e n d s _ Reception Will Follow row when t h e bnard assembles at 1 o'clock. Tarzana a n d t h e Reseda C l u b j w i l l combine f o r t h e i r a n n u a l i n - l Tbeniod b' a .-iker bell m o t i f i n k-rc'pi.'iR w i t i \ t h e N e w Y e a r w i l l h e t h e f n i - m n l r e c e p t i o n w h i c h is to f o l l o w T h u r s d a y ' s i t e r c l u b program Jan. 1 peak-; WUEiTH'S 6463'/2 Van Nuys Blvd. Square Dance \Family United Birthday They have t h r e e c h i l d r e n . James. Former college f r i e n d s of Thomas and J o h n , and two prand- R u f f n e r McBurney, 7651 Densmore jchildi'en. Mr. and Mrs. James M e - ! A \ e . , were e n t e r t a i n e d at n e r ; ' x a m n r a anri c h i l d r e n a n d M r . and' 1 1 0 ' 1 "'? d u r i n g t h e h o l i d a y season -Mrs. J o h n M c X a r n a r a w i l l be pre- ''"id included were Misses Eliza-' j s e n t t o help t h e i r p a r e n t ? observe b e t h Ship-herd, L u c i l l e Bessolo a n d t h e i r a n n i v f i ' r . i i ' v . Louise G i n l e r find Mr. and Mrs. -- E r n i e E b e r h n i ' t . * * · * n v i t a t i o n s a r e i n T h e m n i ! f o r t e r s f r o m Federation h e a d q u a r t e r s , E r , Q t p l . n a C a n a d a p a r t y a i - r i ::iirini;:ht : a r r a n g e d by Tarzana i n c l u d e Mrs. b u f f e t supper on New Year's Fve! I I a n "- v '--'"'"'erwoori. a d i s t r i c t , vice Mr. and Mr=. R.Mph H o r n e r o f : . , , t h p h n m e of ,, ,.^ a n d ? ; r ^ Lr , o ; p r e s i r i o n t ; Mrs. Charles T. B u t l e r . '.° jStraecner, 7343 Tamna Ave.. Re- i '-^airman of t.he I n t e r n a t i o n a l Relations Council, and I\Irs. Glen E. it ir ir Jacks, d i s t r i c t safety c h a i r m a n . G r e e t i n g the New Yoar a! a d i n - Reseda's c o n t r i b u t i o n wii! be ner j i a r t y in the \Yilliarn MacDon- m u s i c h v !Il ° V a n ^'uys \V»niai:"s alri home at Encino \\"ednosdav' ( -' u ' ) c h o r u s which t h e y have w i l l be ?.!". and Mrs. Kdv, ard Kics- h ^''r: '- L u n c h e o n hi-i.-tp...--ps frorr, six and children of B r e n t w o n d a n n : t h e ' w n cluhs i n c l u n e .Mmes. K. J. Mr. ar. r i Mrs. Alex C r a w f n i d a n d S ; : 1 i'h. A. C. G u l p . C h a r l e s K f i i ' b o s \"an N u y j Chapter, Order of the '[Woodland Hills drove no:",h. j,f rs [Ventura yesterday to join a fam!-! S P ( j a "~'.lv r e u n i o n of 25 at. t h e h o m e o f : Mr. Homer's m o t h e r . Ger- · * · + Sepulveda Circle Four is ha\ inf; an open square dance New Year's Eve at Sepulveda Playground, SS"1 Kester Avp., w i t h Joel Orme call- Dancing begins at 8:30 p.m. Four g e n e r a t i o n s were ror^'f'sent- ed a: a b i r t h d a y a n n i v e r s a r y in t h e ing. and there w i l l be noisemakers, favors and r e f r e s h m e n t s . Dick d e n h a l ! W i n t e r s is president of t h e K ,. n u p . jNu.vs, honoring t h e i r son. J o h n . home of Mr. and M r s . W a l t e r Men- Barbara was 14306 Va'.erio St.. Van woc-kend in t h M o t o r i n g to B u i b i ' i : - ; on C h r i s t - mas Day. Mr. ar.rf Mrs. Albert C u p p were quests of h e r son a n d riaughier-in-!aw. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Castle Jr. * * * Airs. M i l d r e d S t a r r s of S a n t a guest u v M ' t h e home of M r . and trurie Horner. * For t i i e s e v e n t h e a r . t h e Fred Tot leys and \ V a l t e r of Iju-ino held a Christmai Eve p n n y for c-hil- d r e n of i i i e n e i g h b o r l i C ' o r i . Til:.- t i m e a p r o f e s s i o n a l Santa Cinu.- was on h a n d to d i s t r i b u t e t r e a t s between 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. YvVflt.er is LeRoy on "The Croat Gilrier- :;leeve" program. * ir it The Roy Hesketi h o m e in E n c i n o lias been a busy place w i t h h o l i day g a t h e r i n g s , the last one held c-hik'.rcn of Encino. Y e s t e r d a y the , Mac-Dor.aids j o i n e d a f a m i l y part;, ilnri The e v e n t , 10 s t a r t at S p.m. in M a s o n i c Hoi!, 6277 Van NU.M Bhri.. is ripen to members o n l y because of the limited s e a t i n g capacity. F o r t h e r e c e p t i o n i n t h e b a n q u e t room t a b l e t ; w i l l be n r l a n u f f l b u f f e t n y l e w i t h lace and silver a p p o i n t m e n t s . Clusters of s i l v e r beils anri w h i t e f l o w e r s w i l l h e u-(-d ef- f e c t i v e l y and R r e f n - b n r d e : ei Thore wr ..'·( i n ; t h e r - i u b ' . at t h e V,". E. Goorlmsn h o m e in V u l e t i r i e p a r t y i n .\!rs. Knw.irr! \'an N'uvs. (.Ilavo's home w h r ' n "-':.s. H i e - h a r d ·^ ^ + C i n n k s , E n g l i s h war b r i d e , v.as in- T o g e t h e r io:- C h i ' i s i m a s Day troducod to t h e ^roup. were Mr. and :.Irs. K e n n e t h G i l l e l t AID SETTLEMENT of Van N U V F . Mr. ?nd Mrs. Jack GROl.'P IX CALEXICO Wilson of Tarzana, Mrs. 7-:ii/.a A post-holiday p h i l i i n t b r o p y pro- t h o iiaiiit-.-i o; UK.' c h a p t e r ' - n e w m a t r o n a n d p a t r o n -- A n n a P u l l i n a n d \Vailaoe B i n t o i i ! . M i y t l ' . 1 13oiici-: a n r i F: aii.'ir.e I.iir.e n i p :n ciia:j;e of riecora- t i o n s a n d E s t h e r S t u a r t heads t lie r.'.''fiV's}i;-;if.j^ coiTiriii! tee. erd.iy for t h e f a m i l y . Present ! F n e b e l v - J I r - anri Mrs - W a - v n e B ; n - ; j e c t of Circle One of Re^cia Com- .Mrs. L e o n a r d Brown of Van Nuys. ~ v e i p M ,"_ a n d Mrs. FrPti Clark of . f o r d - Mr " a n d Mrs - Charles J3ar- m u n i t y Church WSCS DRY CLEANED There still is time to brighten y o u r holiday f o r m a l s. Have them cleaned throughly the individual "Butler" way. You'll be amazed at their vitalized "newness" and you'll feel confident and ready for the New Year! Cleaners PLANT AND OFFICE Van Nuys Blvd. STate 5-6534 Long Beach, Mrs. Clara Simmons. nard anri Ben B i n f o r r i of A l b i o n , provision of a c : of Re?fda Cum- T7" / / T i.-scs win be the y al/ey /// // lor a r t o n of canned The t ; l e n n M o r g a n s had a large i MU-S" vinrpnc" H o = k f t of Temnle I a - T h e R a t h e r i n g was held at t h e ' m i l k for the Mexican s e t t l e m e n t at f~}TJ ^IT Tr- 27^,-,-..^ -7 - · ' · ' · · :Calexico. Tho group i s h a v i n g i t ? \JJ\. JL J.S JTOf HlCCi Wednesday a t ' ^ '·'·-·· ^c;u\ G u n ' !S-155ialteras St.. Tarxana. . \v,, : k of ORT p l a ; n r f l b v : ,,,, g i ( ) n a l r i i l ',-,,.;,,.., a t l e ; o f V a l i r y J u n i o r ORT h e l d r e c e n t ' v in t h e ' ' C o n v e r s a t i o n piece in t h e m i d s t o f b e a u t i f u l h o l i d a y d e c o r a t i o n s , _ _ . . . . . . . was a huge b i r t h d a y cake sur- f a m i l y g r o u p in attendance at l . h e i r j c i t y and Mary and R u t h J J ^ k e t t . j ^ V l l s o n h ' lm( ' mounted by a replica of Mt. Con- y u l e t i d e d i n n e r yesterday. Places;A b u f f e t , supper was given T h u r s - | * * * i h o l i d a y l u n c h e o n federation in B r i t i s h C o l u m b i a ! were set for Miss \Villa Swett n f j d a y for Mr. and Mrs. Albert, N e w - i Dr. and Mr.-, r.r.y.nnnd \V. Por:.,'-'-^' °' rIor '- "'"in whose p r e c i p i t o u s peaks were sue- Fresno, Mr. and Mis. Verne H e l m ' t o n of Waterloo. la., who are win: of Van Nuys are e n t e r t a i n i n g Dr. ! ressfully climbed last s u m m e r b y , a n t l family, D i . and Mrs. E. A l t e r i n g here; also Mr. and Mrs. L. ; Post's mother, Mrs. Louise Post of! A , ^A John and Ruth Mendenhall who i Brown, Mrs. O. M. C h a p m a n , Mr. J R . Newton of Cedar Rank;--. Mrs. : E s t h e r v i l l e , la., for t h e h o l i d a y s . ' A t - V l O r Q Q n I 1 U I I I C : homo of La el H n r w i t z on Hayver.- are members of the Sierra Club,! and Mrs. Jack Brown and Miss Beverly Harmon and Phyllis of ! On C h r i s t r n r s Eve 1 hey m o t o r e d t o Mrs. Glenn"~Morgan, 7701 Dens: hurst' A x e ' / E n r - i n o . ' famous m o u n t a i n c l i m b e r s , group. Joyce Morgan. . | Waterloo. Mr. and Mr?. M. R. ; S a n t a Barbara to j o i n a f a m i l y mOi - e Ave.. was hostess to mem- 1 M e m b e r s h i p in t h ? j u n i o r g r o u p Santa on skis descending one of t h e - * · * - * · j L i n r i e and children of N o r t h Hoi- : d i n n e r n a r t j - in the home of Mr. bers of The Friendly Neighbors at ' is open t o g i r N of h i g h school ,ve slopes with a bag of g i f t s over his Spending the h o l i d a y s w i t h her lywood. ; Post's b r o t h e r - i n - l a w anri s i s t e r , : t h e i r a n n u a l holiday p a r t v Tv.-s-. a n d ' Sandra F a m i i i a n ' i s membe"- shouldei; added the last f e s t i v e ' son-in-law and d a u g h t e r . Mr. a n d , · * · - * · - * · Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E r u - e J o h n - i r i a y . \i rs . J a n i c e K a r t ' e served a« s h i p c h a i r m a n I n f o r m a t i o n may touch. :M'-S- V/. T. Randall, .61245 S a t i c n y i Mrs. C. N. P l a t t of Tarzana in- s t o n e , and son Gerald. They were , c o h o f , e $ E . P r j z c s -, n Rames W C rc! be o b t a i n e d bv c a l l i n g her a. STan- Also present were Mrs.. Margaret: St., is Mrs. W. G. Gano of Long eluded Mrs. B. G. Holmes at t h e accompanied by Mr. ,T,',hn,tone's Warded to Mmes. Rnv Kinder,! ley 7-.,f).-,s or Joan Get-son at STaie Carter, m o t h e r of the hostess; Mr.; Beach. i luncheon s n e ^ g a v e Thursday f o r . Continued on Page 7 i Verne Helm a n d Clyde Williams, i 4-5561. and Mrs. Ralph E. Dyar of Spok ' ' ' " jane, parents of Ruth Mendenhall; · * · · * · * Mrs. C. N. P l a t t of Tarzana included Mrs. B. G. Holmes at t h e .accompanied luncheon she gave Thursday for ir ir -ir | her p a r e n t s , Mr. and Mrs. E. W. : The Clyde \Villiamses of V a n ' H o r n e r of Greenfield, Kan., who Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Menden-l Nuys drove to Los Angeles yes- j are wintering in the Southland. : h a l l . Van Nuys; and Vivian a n d . terday and enjoyed a holiday din- ·*· * * i Valerie Mendimhall, daughters of ner with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A , series of celebrations was 'John and R u t h . Leo L, Lyforrl. jenjoyed by the Harry \V. Depert j , _ l ^ ^ ^ [ f a m i l y of Van Nuys when t h e y ! \ A Y T) J i Three generations assembled a t | joined a group at the home of Mrs. ; I At JLOS JrOSdCtOS hhe home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R . I D e p e r f s parents, Mr. and Mr?. H. i i I Dettman, 6430 Firmament Ave.,! v - Michener, in Beverly Hills over ; Mexican Christmas customs in vesterday for a holiday dinner I n l t h e week-erd. Also present, w e r e ; the play "Los Posados" were w i t - l ^ w e r _ Mr _; D e ttman-s!^ I r - « n(1 Mrs - Kenneth Ridley a n d , nessed by guest s of Mr. and Mrs George Prior, 5525 Corteen Place, great grandfather, J. H. Dawsorh, her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. !, nday _. e ^ , n i n e - _ a t P I r i u a , . H i U s i M c C o n n e l l . all o'f San Fernando!! Also present were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. D e t t m a n Sr., D. A. Gross a n d . Theater, C l a r e m o n t . The d i n n e r and theater party included Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Parsons and Nancy, Mrs. E d i t h Jones, Mr. and Mr--. J. P. Dunn and Mr. and Mrs. 7 T Fl^v-r, Stevie of San Mateo, Miss Marilyn j Michener. San Francisco; Mrs. | Betty Johnson and Carolyn and j iRoy, Burbank; Miss Ethel P e t e r - ! Peterson, Los An- HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM mm® STUDIO AND STAFF 14531'i Victory Blvd., Van Nuys STatP . r i-0!)23 Miss V. G. D e t t m a n of Van Nuvs.B e l e s - On Christmas Eve the same 'group enjoyed a ham dinner at t h e Depert home here. i * * * ; Honoring Milton E. Smith of j Topeka, Kans., their 86-year-old j uncle, Dr. Helen Fletcher and her j sister, Mrs. Audrey Walker enter- | * * Ik- Hosting a d i n n e r party yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith, 15855 Saticoy St., with guests including Mrs. Joseph Markee, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith. * * · * · . tained a group at d i n n e r yesterday Open house for business associ- J n lheh , home at 96 - 5 Resoda B ] y d _ ales of Mr. Gammon will be.held at t h e A. L. G a m m o n home, 16240 Saticoy SI., Thursday beginning at Others in t h e croup were Mrs. SWEEP WHAT A GIFT--IS HEALTH AND A GOOD FIGURE FIR.MS SAGGING M.1SCI.ES NO DISROBING REDUCE AT HOMF MEN AND WOMEN NO ELECTRICAL CURREXT THRU BODY Increase Circulation--Relieve Aches and Pains FREE TRIAL «"* SU 2-8452 NIAGARA P r n M r n t i n f r MnMAge Tired, Afhinjr ··( Doublt Chin knd Thich.i Unit* - AGL H'rinklrs .nnri Doublt Chin . ,.n:{'K U n i t y Hip, · nil Thich.i H L L O FLOWERS 8179 Van Nuys Blvd. Slate 5-5488 S H O E S Values to $16.95 EVITTS' SHOES 6471 Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys

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