Finding the clipping of myself age 5 in speech therapy,

Summer Speech Aid--The special summer speech program
at the Easter Seal Rehabilitation Center in the Mills Estate is
illustrated by Miss Carol Blazine of the Center's Speech and
Hearing Staff, with a young patient, Roy Christopherson, Millbrae.
The program will start on June 15 and will meet daily for six weeks.
Those interested my obtain further information by telephoning the
Center at OX 7-8924

June 2, 1964 The Times from San Mateo, California · Page 30

then a search on the speech therapist CAROL BLAZINE
I would swear the photo is me. Hair is a bit chopped. (Warning: technical white paper)

Then the people I should thank
1. Dr. Raymond R. Kauffman of San Mateo
I believe Dr. Kauffman turned 95 and lives in San Mateo

2. Carol Blazine of San Mateo, and possibly from Ill., possibly living in NO CA and married?
2a. Carol Blazine, a dyphasic [Impairment of speech] high school teacher Source
Carol Blazine, teach- er of the North Hillsborough class

3. Adalene Ross Riley and Carol Hearst
Adalene Ross Riley Writer, fashion show coordinator Fashion show coordinator and travel writer Adalene Ross Riley, described by newspaper columnist Herb Caen as one of the most beautiful and glamorous women in San Francisco, died October 5. She was 85. A former Atherton resident, Ms. Riley was living in Palo Alto at the time of her death. Ms. Riley was a native of Oak Park, Illinois, and attended Sequoia High School and College of San Mateo. She first started her work in the fashion field writing fashion copy for Roos Brothers (later Roos Atkins) clothing store. During World War II she hosted a radio show in Sacramento in which she interviewed local soldiers and sailors. In 1942 she married George Ross. Her fashion career began in earnest when she began producing fashion shows for I. Magnin, Joseph Magnin, and Saks Fifth Avenue in San Francisco. In 1957, as co-founder of the San Mateo Crippled Children's Society with Catherine Hearst, she arranged a "last party" fundraiser at Hearst Castle in San Simeon before it became a state park. She also created the first San Francisco cable car on wheels for Roos Atkins. Ms. Riley served as vice president for public relations for Joseph Magnin in the 1970s, and handled public relations at Shreve and Co. Jewelers in the 1980s and early 1990s. She wrote a travel column, "Addie's World," for the San Mateo Times for 23 years. She also wrote feature articles in major magazines, including an article in the Ladies Home Journal in 1974 about the Hearst family's private ordeal at the time their daughter Patty's kidnapping. Ms. Riley lived in Hillsborough for more than 25 years when married to George Ross. She later moved to Atherton at the time of her second marriage to William Riley. She was a member of the Junior League of San Francisco and the Menlo Circus Club. She is survived by her daughter Lynn Ross of Palo Alto; sister Clarissa Dyer of Hillsborough; brother Harry Bowman of San Francisco; and three grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her daughter Nancy Ross and son Lee T. Ross II, as well as her husband, William Riley. Memorials may be made to the Muscular Dystrophy Society.


Roy remembers it being called Easter Seal Society for crippled children

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