The bright and beautiful, as well as youthful, are in a festive spirit: Los Angeles Spinsters host their annual black-tie dinner and dance, Christmas Dansant, at the Valley Hunt Club on Friday evening. And the equally single Los Solteros (the bachelors) celebrate their 38th annual Christmas Ball to benefit Boys Republic Saturday evening in the Crystal Room of the Beverly Hills Hotel. No doubt plenty will go to both parties.
Spinsters president Melina Eversole was recently at the helm at Annandale Country Club in Pasadena to welcome new Spinsters. Membership vice president Christi Kinkle and her assistants, Avery Bayle and Davon Anderson, were showing off Lauren Christenholz, Annie Cramblit, Clunie Holt, Diane Dayton, Laurie Dryden, Angelica Kusar, Renee Lawlor, Janet Nichols, Beth Pearson, Carol Quimby, Allison Ream, Madalyn Seyer, Katherine Thompson and Blair Woodward. Miss Lawlor will represent new members on the executive board.
Los Solteros is the organization of Southern California business and professional men, who, in addition to their social interests, provide financial support for Boys Republic, the nonprofit school/community of young men between 14-18 referred by courts or family to the farm at Chino. It's there that the Della Robbia Christmas wreaths are made.
According to John Burke, ball chairman, Los Solteros has asked the Marlborough Madrigals to sing for the party. Also in attendance will be former Boys Republic students Bill Pince and John Loukota, 1986 recipients of Los Solteros scholarship and leadership awards. Assisting on the ball are Mike Fergoda, Craig Enright, John Steinlage, Paul McKelvey, Spencer Smith and Bill Scott.
DEBUTANTE SEASON: The lovely home of Mrs. R. Stanton Avery will be the setting next Sunday for the traditional Christmas Tea honoring 1987 June Debutantes of the Pasadena Guild of Childrens Hospital. Welcoming debs, mothers and grandmothers, as well as guild members, will be Mrs. Kennedy Galpin, president; Mrs. Franklin Simmons, debutante chairman; Mrs. Douglas Longyear Jr., tea chairman; and Ernestine Avery.
The 21 debutantes will be Jennifer Angeloff, daughter of the Dann Angeloffs; Elizabeth Baker, the Danford Bakers; Ann Baxter, the William Baxters; Kelly Bedford, the William Bedfords; Megan Boswell, the James Boswells; Margaret Cunningham, the David Cunninghams; Mary DeWitt, the John DeWitts Jr.; Marianne Dick, Richard Dick and the late Mrs. Dick; Allyson Fogg, the Jonathan Foggs; Lauren Jones, the John Joneses; Kristin King, the John F. Kings; Devon Martin, the Douglas Martins; Katherine Milias, the Mitchell Miliases; Cheryl Morgan, the Stanley Morgans; Rosalind Roberts, the William Roberts; Kathleen Ryan, the Joseph Ryans; Jennifer Schultz, the David Schultzes; Susan Slavik, the Donald Slaviks; Lili Unamuno, the Angel Unamunos; Jennifer Wilcott, the Scott Wilcotts; and Ronalee Wilson, the Ronald Wilsons.
PRESENTEES: Holiday cheer will abound at the Christmas Tea Dec. 23 at the home of Mrs. John P. McNicholas. It fetes presentees of Social Service Auxiliary, according to Mrs. Lawrence O. Mackel, tea chairman. In the receiving line will be auxiliary president Mrs. Richard B. Goethals; presentee chairman Mrs. Roger M. Sullivan and her co-chairman, Mrs. William D. Jennett; and Presentation Ball chairman Mrs. C. Peter Nigg.
To be presented June 1 to Archbishop Roger M. Mahony will be Michelle Abajian, daughter of Elizabeth Kilfoy; Elizabeth and Mary Rose Chase, daughters of the Phillip Chases; Julie Doyle, the Robert Doyles; Erin Duffy, the Patrick J. Duffys III; Kelly Flynn, the Terence Flynns; Tina Hammers, the David Hammers; Catherine Hayden, the Stanley Haydens; Amy Hubanks, the John Hubanks; and Kathryn Kaffer, the William Kaffers.
Other presentees: Jennifer Kruse, the Peter Kruses; Hilary Malloy, the John Malloys; Laura Mehren, the Edward Mehrens; Meaghan Mikos, the Paul Mikoses; Victoria Rusnak, Susanne Jaffe and Paul Rusnak; Erin Scully, the Vincent Scullys; Monica Smith, the Robert Smiths III; Mary Sullivan, the Roger Sullivans; Elizabeth Ward, the Richard Wards Jr.; Melanie Wayne, Margaret Hunt Wayne and Patrick Wayne; Natasha Wazzan, the A. R. Frank Wazzans; and Jennifer Weber, the Nicholas Webers.
SPARKLERS: Pete and Wini Voegelin have invitations out for opening night of the Christmas Lights Boat Parade Wednesday evening at their Harbor Island home in Newport Beach. Cocktails, dinner, valet parking. . . .
Saturday evening, Westlake Patrons for Cystic Fibrosis Research dined and danced aboard the "Showboat," cruising in the 24th annual Marina del Rey Parade of Lights in the Main Channel. . . .
Before their departure for Vienna, German Consul General Gunter Joetze and his wife, Christin, host a farewell Wednesday in the Beverly Wilshire ballroom.