sr. ccietif MISS JOSEPraNE KEAY Society Editor Redlands Daily Facts Tuesday, June 25, 1963 -3 GOP Women's Open House, Tea Friday Past presidents of the San Bernardino County Federation of Republican Women will be honored Friday at a county meeting sched uled for this Friday. Tea and open house are scheduled for from 2 to •! o'clock at the Republican "White House", 654 "F" street, San Bernardino. Among guests expected to be present is .•\ssemblyman Stewart Hijickley of Redlands. A number of Redlands women Republicans plan to attend the affair. Transportation may be arranged by contacting the Redlands club president, Jfrs. Lee Harris. MRS. DOUGLAS LOUIS FREITAS Photo by Wm. Elmer Kinghain Susan Kennedy, Douglas Freitas Wed In Trinity Episcopal Church Now on a wedding trip to San Francisco, Carmel and Monterey are Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Louis Freitas (Susan Kennedy) who pledged their marriage vows Saturday evening in Trinity Episcopal church. Four hundred guests were invited to witness the nuptials performed by Rev. John de Boer Cummings, pastor of the church. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Curry Kennedy. 722 Coronado drive, was escorted to the altar by her father to meet her bridegroom, son of Mrs. Jack Schulte, 905 Brookside avenue, and John George Freitas, Orange avenue and Iowa street. Susan's peau de sole wedding gown was designed with portrait neckline and long tapered sleeves. The Empire waistline was accented with appliques of Alencon lace, the applique design repeated on the bell shaped skirt which swept into a chapel length train. A stiff fabric bow with streamers was a detail of the back waistline. Her full elbow length veil of silk illusion was held in place by a pearl encrusted lace petal headpiece with handmade fabric roses. White gardenias were combined with white rosebuds and ivy for the bridal bouquet. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Kay Porter, dressed in light green satin brocade with matching headpiece and slippers. Carole Holloway, Mary Hoese and Kathy NoUar, bridesmaids, wore GIFT IDEAS IMght green satin dresses with matching slippers and veiled headpieces. All carried white carnations surrounding yellow dais ies with green net accent. John Frietas was best man and William Cummins, William Hes tone and John Kennedy, brother of the bride, were ushers. Church decorations included baskets of white and yellow gladioli and two large candelabra holding white tapers. Ian Johnstone was organist for the evenuig and Mrs. Johnstone was soloist, singing "Jesus, Shepherd, Be Thou Near Us" by Bach. Purcell's Trumpet Voluntaries were used for the processional and recessional. David Rogers and Steve Wilke assisted as acolytes during the ceremony which was followed by a reception in the Great Hall of the church. Mrs. Kennedy received her guests dressed in a soft blue linen suit with white accessories and Mrs. Schulte wore a pale blue sheer with matching accessories. Both wore white orchid corsages. Pouruig were Mrs. Larry Kennedy and Sirs. John Kennedy, the bride's sisters-in-law. Cake was served by Mrs. Joseph Penisten, aunt of the bride, and Glenda Hardin. The guest book attendant was Mrs. Lloyd Harshman while Charlotte Marti and Barbara Arth received the gifts. On their return to Redlands, the young couple will make their home at 711 West Clark street. Both are Redlands High school graduates. Susan is now employed at the Security First National Bank, Redlands branch, and her bridegroom is employed by the California Water and Telephone Company. He recently completed a period of service with the U.S. Air Force. "DANSK" FLORAL of lights, holder and candles $5.95 White and colors Fruit candles end Holder $2.50 ea. Gift Department HALES furnihir* carpet draperies decorativ* service 128 t. Stat* redlands py 3-56i5 SELL IT TOMORROW With an ine.xpensive Classified Ad Garden Fashion Show Benefits City Of Hope The City of Hope, medical center in Duarte. benefited from the recent Brunch-Fashion Show presented at the home of Mrs. C. W. Eickman. 826 Nottingham drive, v.'here Mrs. Eickman and Mrs. Lewis E. Krumm Jr. of the Red lands City of Hope chapter were hostesses. Guests were entertained in the garden where fashions from Maggi's, both summer and fall ensembles, were shown. Chapter members asked to model were Mmes. Douglas Emmons, Gerald Oppliger, E. Troeger, Percy Lui, Edward Shirtcliff and Mark A. Hardin. Pouring at the tea table with its crystal and silver appointments were Mrs. Don De Long, president of the local chapter of the City of Hope, and Mrs. G. Eickman of Santa Maria who was visiting in Redlands at the time. Attending the morning affair were Mmes. R. M. Rickman, Mar shall Lakin, Edmund McArdle. Anita Matthews, William West, Robert L. Brekke, James Stan fill, Robert Goball, Charies Holcombe, Donald B. Otis, Philip Butts. Jack Clark, .Mary Lu Conner, Robert Abbey. Mmes. Carol Lundquist, Bette Simpson, Galilee Glanville, Nan Stinkard, Jennie Cutler, Sue Graber, David Goodwin, Robert Clin ton, Regmald Low, Leila Perry, George Thomas, S. J. Hills, Stephen Wilke, Harold Van Diest, R. N. Moersch and Stephen P. Stockton. Golden Agers Consider Trips Mrs. J. C. PurJnton and Mrs. Daisy Richard will discuss proposed trips to Catalina Island and to the Lawrence Welk show when the Mentone Golden Age club meets in the Mentone Woman's clubhouse Thursday. Mrs. John McCormack presid ed at the last meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. M. B. Capo. Mrs. Arvel Hightower and Mrs. Olive L. Heap were introduced as new members and Mrs. D. C. Adams, a past president of the club, was welcomed back after her visit to Ireland. Hostesses were Mrs. Ethel Marquardt and Mrs. H. H. Constant. 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