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NEWS, Van Nuys, Calif. PART 2 Thj.n,, »,. c . ,,.», 104 c| 'Psychofogui u Guest Speaker · 'Q per a engagement fo R chcrd N Casale of Santa Men ca was announced by her parents, Mr and Mrs Jo sepn H c \ a r d harper o' \ on Nuys du r -9 the holidays Chr sty Shepherd S'ud o photo Holiday Brings ,, , , B e t r o t h a l new of Mi s T o i r n e Harpe- of \ i n N u s s and R i c h i . d N Casale son of M- and M,s Nicholas Casal" of Santa Monica 1% hem* told bv hor p a r e n t . Air end Airs Joseph H o w a r d H a r p e r 11614 K t t r i d r - St First the engafy-mPnt w a s n nouncert d u n n g the C h r i s t m a s Ball sponsored bv tne Queen of Angpl s Collet' of \ u r s i n ? rnor to the ,.. JL ill K M d k nj, ,, SIKH s of ( h i S e e o n e l I - o i l v \e, r-. is t b r s u b j e c t ehosen b\ Di A i t h u i L B i o t / MA Pli D a t ' h o r ami p « . j c h o l o , u a l con · - u l t a n t f o r his l e d u r e \ \ e d n t s d a v a' Canoga P a r k Woman s C l u b 7-101 J o r d a n A \ e Di Bietz w i l l speak a' the pio g i a m beginning at 1 4") p r n and w i l l be p esented bv M i s Wilhelmine V\ iKon p r o g r a m t h a n m a n He is a member of the A m e r i c a n Psvchological A s s o c i a t i o n , t h e A m e r i c a n Association for the Ad-, v a n e e m e n t of Science an h o n o r a r y ) member of Theta Phi and Phi Chi Phi and f o r m e r l y a member of the boaid of d i r e c t o r s of Los Angeles P s v c h i a t n c Service Author of Conquering Personal Problems ' In Quest of Life ' and Ginde Post, to Happiness,' Dr Bietz lecentlv returned from a l e c t u r i n g tour of the United Sta'e* j i n c l u d i n g engagement- in Wash- ngtoi D C Tane R ce coloiatura soprano and fo"-merl\ featured soloist w i t h he S c h u b e r t Light Opera Co will be i i esented by Air William ( P a r k i n s o n , music chairman m a jroup of songs Mrs Flovd D M v e r s president -will direct the business meeting Luncheon wil' be served at 12 30 p m w i t h Mmes Ervun Halter h a i r m a n and J E Davis cochair- n an assisted bv Mmes Wrllram Fr e George Pillev F L Johnso-. H a r r v Williams J u l i u s Franz, W a l t e r Schmeck G L Helmnch' \\ \\ O r c u t t Jacob Jepsen A Agnes Palpi Mmes Norman Beck Mark L \ o n Louis E Boucher Vic mt T u t t i p G S Suanson and Rav Bristol ACTIVITIES FEATURES 1 J jEthe/ Tay/or, Editor Phones STate 5-1133, STanJey 7-1501 Feted at Town House Luncheon Mrs. Welbourn Honors Visitor N o d a t e has b c en «t for the The Harpe-- familv has resided Hawaii- Perrv Snows y GOLDEN MEMORIES--Mr and Mrs David Hotfield Naylor of Van Nuys read Chris'mas book to their grandchilcren D ck and Linda Da age 10 and 3 respect vely, cf the Dudley Davis home m Chatsworth v here Mrs Davis parents celebratea their golden v,»ddmg anniversary Christmas v-eek end They were ma'led IP M nneapolis where Mr Nayior heaaed an oil and investment company ^ " Johnson pnofo Complimenting Mis J o s e p h Hume Gardner of Washington, D C , national administrator of volunteer Cervices for the American Red Cross, during hei bnef holiday bojourn in the Southland Mrs Oi lasco Carlos Welbourn of Encmo, Los Angeles chairman of volunteer services, w i l l entertain- with a luncheon Tuesday in the Terrace Room of the Town House Mrs Gardner will be attending the Tournament of Roses and Rose Bowl game o\er the week-end Her Red Cross itinerary altei that will include an official visit to Los Angeles headquarters Tuesday, to Pasadena Wednesday and Glendale chapfr Thursdaj Also included on the list are Mmes Dean Witter of San Fran- :isco, administrator for the Pacific Area, Horace Giay of San Francisco, area office M a r k Heiron of Santa Monica field representative, Miss Mildred Samuelson of San ·"rancisco aiea director of volunteer services, Claience Beesemyer, ,os Angeles chapter chairman, 3owen McCo Los Angeles chap- er manager Mis Lvman Henr ohnson Mis^ Catherine Laughren Iis H. B k Willis Mrs Beatrice Weber, blood donor set u-e Also Mmes Henii Chappallet \ice chairman of volunteei sei\ices for Los Angeles chaptei F S Havnes- G r a \ Lad\ Co»-p. Allied Longueil social s,ei\ioe Donald Henrv canteen N B \ an Arsaale staff aide Julian Cole motoi corps Hal H Hilton p r o d u c t i o n and Shep paid S t r u d w i c k a i t s and s k i l l s all HOLIDAY BRIDE--Poula Kay Miller became Mrs Robert O Smith when she exchanged vows Christmas Week in First Evangelical Lutheran Church of Van Nuys They honeymooned at Riverside Mission Inn and will reside in Valley DePauk pnofo Handcmfts for Club Husbands _. people ar. .. . . ... Monica High School and Joanne a t t e n d e d M o u n t St Man s College end is a s t u d e n t nurse on the Queen of Ansel s c a m p u s Operas Proiide Cbahrsorth Faie Openir,. the new \ e a r for C h a t ^ n o t h \ \ o m a n s Club w i l l be a l u n c h e d ! anr 1 business neet ng sh °d for Tuesda\ Tan in m the new e ' u b h n u s e im32 Santa Suit i \ V P v i i Eeimund J Lo i t z p r e s i d e n t \ i l l d i r e c t t h e session beginn ng w i t h a 12 30 o m luncheon Host- p e v i l l include Mrne J B M v sei \\illip-n ^'cGmnis R.pn ni Morgan William Lakev Jr F i a n k ^chepler Jr and G Al Saulsbei v A l l 1 * P L Johnson n r o g i a m e-h' 1 rinan is arranging for a s] i l - e r w h o w i l l give a resume of o j e r i s w i t h selected m u s e Second m e e t i n g of the club on Tu^se-hv I a n 21 w i l l be a ea at 2 p m f o l l o w e d bv a business Preluding t h e i r sailing da\ on the L u r h n e Jot a sojourn in the H a w a i i a n Islands Mr and Airs Perrv Sno\v of W o o d 'ind Hills w e r e honor guests t h i s w e e k at a surprise bon v o j a g e par L,J s n r' d r n f - n U(, TO tho ~-n «. r ~ h j i , dp h r n o a n d iad nepn " e m i t t e r 1 to the *-ou-e DP ire the rosters v a s u m m o n e d to g i e p t t h e m C n m i p a g n o t o i s f w e r p g i v e n t h e S n i w s a n r ] b u f f ° t s u p p e r w a s served a t small t i b l p s in t h p l u g e l i v i n g room w h e r e ule logs bli/ed in t h e h r e r l i e o Watch Parties, Open House Fetes Mark Another Holiday Week-End i Yesterdav A l i s W e l b o u r n e n t e r I tamed at hei home Ca a Cohna at a tea fo 40 members of Valle 1 Vespers League in honor 01 Mrs Pov Heskett r e t i r i n g r i o i d r n t ' a n d M r s \ \ i l l a m M a e D o m l d in cumbent p r e s i d e n t Vr s Isabella Hoi on and Mr Hollev \ a l l k e t t pi ured at a t a b l e c h i i m n g h ,Tr o m f d v h e d i r l i n g a n g e l - and a mu ic b H o h d a \ - i n s , iied a i e t h » p o \ e i the ,eu leai s week-end rmm season- One of tho l u p p t f t rn PIP n e \ e ef IITT vv n he t O ' P H I a i d \ S c M t I k r p u r l i n r n Vv e e l u mu IP '·ti ·· vv r 'e IK u P v 1 he h i i r oi t T ( ivv 0 ' ' I t n e ( i i i n e 11 i \ v r i r t n , t h e i m s s \ \ h j t l t a i p t n \ 1 o ] l o \ \ m t r in t h e \\ - , » t .y ! e place in San one i t thp j,a\ e Fei nando m h d I r T 1 ho ,, inri The Snow h e r b i o t h e r and Air J( Present w e r e Alp Pat P a t r i c k and C n the ind si t p r - n liw of A mm. v ll be c h u f p i\ f t i , n x H U "" l e -il t t l , t c ^ c i t n i h P , C n """ er m., i i (. f h r n i t a n i 1 , h I I ,,,,, c Ic mi i i i i s i ti nd 11 on P ir v i n i bi_ nn h f t P he I c e p \ i l PC! nd A , l.rv d Hrn h»l a n d a i e in n I h w id Edith Sloan Is Luncheon Guest A s u r j r P a i n n PI f a t \ l e i M s 1 n n h I ^In-iii ^ t r ^ i - i i i I P I a! \ i n N u Br in i -( i i i ' N i n o n l Biri h s IP i f £ rje ""1 "-r g i v " n Ti r " bv me i Henk.l w h o Board Will Lunch Reseda \ \ o m a n s C l u b e x e c u t i v e board m e m b e r s w i l l meet Tuesday Jan 3 st Luc HP N o r t o n s ]n Sherm a n Oak f f i a l- 30 p i n l u n c h pon and bu mpss session w i t h Airs M D S n i t h ( o n e s ) o n d m g secrp- tarv ss hostess A!r= I n r l m AI \ \ i l l o u g h b j presidpnt v^ ' e o n d u c t the business m e e t i n g a n d a t t e n d i n g w i l l be Mme- H G Pedersen K e n n e t h Stout H H C a k i u r n H D Smith Ralph S Hill Al I Greathouse F I H p n r p j s h r t and \\ G Lauesen Zeier Charles Cimpbell Alme ir w i n Halter ind R e b e e e i AI « h o w ! 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Cil w h e h w i l l v v e l e o m e A i u d A - ( Pnlel " T ')i- tence Ji in f rr- ] ' r i o l u l u Ah T Tiv Pe M n e Mr i n n M r To p p h E i e e , le n and M i i n d Mr M i l ' o n AI HPI p e h t n, u open hou-e i i n \ f i o m 5 to S | m N e w A"-"! s Oiv foi a Ii ge e o t i e ot fi e n d s m t l c \ r n m t a B l v d 11 p ^i A 11 I ri" m t n ] n t it ] ! n 1 1 . hv 1 idpr PI ~f Ol n P ini" fin n 7 inel f ( e e i ·* 1 ^ u H t m v u v n i l u t r " i T n ei \ ) i N u v s I J i r ga m i l ( , 1 n - of of - Club h u s b a n d are soins; to h a \ e a C h a n c e t i s t n i e t h r u v \ i \ e s hobbies n o w t h a t t h e S h e r m a n O i l s \ \ o i n a n s C l u b h a s opened i t s f i i-nir c h - es t o both i d f s f [ t h e f a m i l v Po t - h o h d a \ se on \ ,1 b Kin M o n d a v I T H « ind con- t i n u e \ e e k h on t i n t d i ^ f i o r n 9 a m ir the Du 1 pn ^-i d u b - loonis In t r u e I i n n vv 11 -\1 o be a v u l a b l e i n I n i t c r t i t l n ^ ( o u | PI \ 01 k ana ^l- · P ( h , a c c o ; d i n s t i \ i \ 1 ipn B h c k n n n a t '·") ( n r i h a i r man "^1 ^i · 11 T! ho r i p s mal n^ f- v, men r*i p t"d Heirlooms Are Tea Feature? 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