Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on June 26, 1963 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Wednesday, June 26, 1963
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Mrs. Jensen To Take Music Posf Af BapfJsf Church For Coming Year Tragedy-Sfricken Family Aided By Redlands Women Members of the recently organ- Minister Who Baptized The Bride Officiates At Keller-Harrison Rites MRS. JOHN M. JENSEN Donnie Rezendes Has Pafio Party On Birthday The baseball theme was used on the patio of the George Kezendes home, 215 Norwood street, for a birthday party Friday honoring the Rezendes' son, Donnie 7. Balloons and streamers added to the party atmosphere. .•Assisting Willi the games played by the youngsters and also in serving birthday refreshments were Donnie's sister, Kathy, and Christine Braga. Mrs. John M. Jensen, has been named Minister of Music at the First Baptist church during the,. . . . , absence of Dr. Edward Tritt. ac- '^ed 'Arco Ins unit of the cording to Rev. Ivan Bell, pastor. Sociedad Protectora F e m e n i 1 She was formerly Minister of P'awied a recent shower to give Music at the First Baptist Church assistance to the Marcos Gon- of Los Angeles family of San Bernardino :ilrs. Jensen 'is known for her have suffered tragedy and instrucUonal work in both piano hardship durmg the past month, and organ. She will replace Dr. •'^Ir- and Mrs. Gonzales lost three Tritt while he is serving at the sons, ages 15, 11 and 9, who Salzburg campus of the Univer- droned in a pool at Verdemont sity of Redlands. j"sl a month ago. Mrs. Jensen and her husband, I Shortly after this tragedy. Mrs. Rev. Mr. Jensen, and their two 1 Gonzales entered the hospital for children live at 823 SerpenUne 1 "'ajor surgerj- and during the drive. I she was in the hospital, fire A graduate of the Illinois Wes-^ completely destroyed the Gonzales leyan School of Music she was ^ome in San Bernardino, the first student to receive the en- i The family. Mr. and Mrs. Gon- tire Pressor Foundation Scholar-i zales and seven chUdren. have ship, awarded on the basis of mu-; been living in a two-room house sicianship and capabilities. She '•'"ee the fire. was the further winner of a violin | The Redlands group, of which j with lace appliques studded with scholarship contest. I Mrs. Sal Gonzales is president. | seed pearls and designed with MSS JOSEPHINE KE.\Y Society Editor Rev. John Foerster, pastor of the First Evangelical Lutheran church who baptized Bonnie Harrison wten she was an infant, officiated at her marriage to John Keller of Riverside June 16 in the Redlands church. A student at the University of California at Riverside, the bride is the son of the E. J. Kellers of San Bernardino. For her wedding, the bride wore a dress of silk chiffon organza After a period of teaching mu- ] were hostesses for a linen shower sic in public schools. .Airs. Jen- ] at which .Mrs. Gonzales was hon- sen continued with graduate work at use, Chicago Conservatory, or guest at the home of Mrs. Manuel Abitia, 1017 Orange street. ] -American Conservalorj-, West-1 They have also given a'cash con! minster Choir College and the; tribution to assist the family in j Union Theological Seminary. | their present need. She also served as a professional accompanist in Chicago and was a featured vocalist for NBC. At one time she was a member of Phil Spitalny's all-girl orchestra. .Mrs. Jensen serx'ed as organist APPETITE NEW YORK fUPI) — A teenage boy costs more to feed than any other member of the family. A survey shows a youth 16 to 19 eats an average of SI 1.40 in and associate director for the! food. The top food bill for teen-age Church of the Covenant. Erie. | girls is only S8.90 a week. Penn. where she was also deani of the Organ Guild in Erie. Following her marriage she organized and directed the c h o i r In the parly group were Robert; system of five graded choirs at Ramos, John Clements, Dale and Jimmie Rose, Ricky and Jimmie Mercier. Dennis and Matt Braga, Mike Jacinto, Jody and Skipper Padavick, Jimmie Brown, Frank and Ricky Braga, Artie Liberie, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Chaves and ]\Iargaret Ann and Donnie's aunt and cousin, Mrs. James Hill and Danny. Creative Study Group To Hear Grayce Confer Mrs. Grayce B. Confer of San Bernardino will review her book. "Faith and Fried Potatoes", at the Friday meeting of the Creative Study Group in the auditorium of San Bernardino County Museum, starting at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Confer's book is a series of episodes from her life as the daughter of a minister. Her parents were the late Rev. and Mrs. Franklin Bonham of Redlands. The Creative Study group is a non-profit organization which meets on the last Friday afternoon of each month at the County museum. Pi-ograms consist of lectures, films and open discussion on topics of general interest. Mrs. Lloyd E. Manning is president. the First Baptist church of San Carlos, later moving to the First Baptist Church of Los Angeles as minister of music and Organist-Director of the four choirs. She has continued as a teacher with a studio in Los Angeles and with students in Redlands. We, the Women By RUTH MILUETT, Why is beauly so important to a woman? Dr. Marynia F. Famham, well- known psychiatrist, says a woman's need to be beautiful is based on fear—"fear of being left. lost and unloved with nothing." If that's true, it's a pretty foolish fear. For beauty alone doesn't guarantee a woman that she won't be "left, lost, and unloved with nothing." If it did, the world's great beauties would automatically be the most-loved, the happiest, and the most secure women in the world. They seldom are. While thousands of plain and even homely women were enjoying a happy evening with the man of the moment or the man of a lifetime, one Saturday night the beautiful Marilyn Monroe, alone and lonely, took her own life. Even among those who don't move in the glare of publicity, many a plain Jane .surrounds herself with love and security while a beautiful friend or sister never seems able to find similar happiness and devotion. Beauty of face and figure can make life pleasant and gay and easy for a girl—and perhaps, can even assure her of being able to marry the man she chooses. But beauty alone can't keep his love, or guarantee the girl that she will never be "left, lost and unloved." A woman earns happuiess. se curity, love and friendship by the kind of person she is. by how much she gives of herself to others, not by what she looks like. The desperate struggle so many once-beautiful girls make to hold on to their fading beauty (if they are doing it from fear of being left "unloved with nothing"), is a pitiful struggle, doomed to failure. To be loved, a woman doesn't have to be beautiful. She does have to be lovable, which is an entirely different thing. Q*-Th8 bidding has been! Sontb West Ifoiib SSst 1* Pass !• Pass 2N.T. Pass S/^ Pass ? Yon, South. hoM: 4AQ65 .VK33 «A65 What do you do7 A—Bid fonr spades oolr. This 'Will show ibat yon Iiold fonr spades, lint if your partner can't find s further bid you dont want to be in s slam. TODATS QUESTION Instead of responding one diamond to your opening club your partner has responded one spade vnai do you^do now? Answer Tomorrow chapel train. Lace and satin petals covered w-ith tiny pearls held her elbow length illusion veil and she held a cascade bouo.uet of lavender tinted carnations with white orchid center. Her pearl necklace was a gift from the bridegroom. Dressed in lavender silk chiflon over taffeta. Gale Jennings of Berkeley was maid of honor. Similarly dressed, but in a shade of pink, was the bridesmaid, Patricia Keller. Their flowers, lavender sweetpeas, pink shasta daisies and baby's breath with fern, were arranged in baskets. Jackson Roberts of San Gabriel was best man and ushers were Leland T. Casteel of Arlington and Larry Kahn of Riverside. Church decoration included baskets of white and lavender glad­ ioli with white larkspur and baby's breath. Organ music was played on this occasion by Dr. Wa>-ne Bohmstedt. The mother of the bride diose a beige lace dress and biege silk chiffon turban for the wedding and the reception attended by the 140 guests in the church halL The bridegroom's mother wore a rose silk dress with matching hat. Assisting with the serving during the reception were Mrs. Michael Ludolph and Charlene Bruce, both of Fontana. Mrs. Larry Steele of Fontana registered the gifts and Lysle Patterson of Berkeley circulated the guest book. The newlyweds will be at home in Riverside following their wedding trip to Sequoia and San Francisco. The bridegroom is employed by the J. C. Penney Store in Riverside. He also attended U.C.R. Mrs. John White Feted By CD A Court At Party Honoring one of their members. .Mrs. John White, CathoUc Daugh ters of America, Court Our Lady of Lourdes, met for a farewell potluck supper Friday evening in Sacred Heart parish halL Jlrs. White has been active in the court, her special project being work at Boys Town in Banning. For the past sue years, she has also served as the court's organist. About SO friends were present for the evening party and Mrs. White received many gifts on this occasion. She .ind her husband have been residents of Redlands for 15 years. Mr. White was co-owner of the Burgess and \Vhite grocery store on East Citrus avenue. They plan to make their home in Gunnison, Colo. Redlands Daily Pacts Wed, June 26, 1963 - 3 Women Golfers Host Guest Day Women golfers were hostesses for "Guest Day" last Friday at the Country club. Norton Air Force Base "guest" winners of the day were Imogene Anthony, first; Lenore West, second; Grace Hughes, third; Carj- Strong, fourth; and Sue Wagner, Marie Murray, Helen Kelly, Pokie Singleton, Helene Burda and Gladys Lundy from fifth to tenth Cajon street. Everj-one is invited to attend the closing e.xercises. place in that order. Winners in the local group's regular play were. Class A, Mrs. John Hart, first, 81-11-70; Mrs. j William Howard, second. 85-14-71; Mrs. Robert Campbell, third. 8814-74. and Mrs. Karp Stockton, fourth. 87-13-74. Class B winners were Mrs. W. E. Malone. first. 99-26-73; Mrs. ! Robert Sherrod, second, 98-24-74; JMrs. Franklin Roberts, third. 99- i 23-76; Mrs. Richarxi Finch. 102-25- i77. tied for fourth with Mrs. Ed iSchindler. 100-23,77. The regular nine and 18-hoIe tournaments are scheduled for this Friday. MASTER POINT BRIDGE WINNERS Sunday night duplicate bridge .Master Point results, followmg play of six tables in a Howell movement, were: Jlr. and Mrs. Gordon Donald Jr.. first; Charles Drake and Lyle Kennedy, second; Mrs. 0. K. Beck and Mrs. Edna Green, third; Wilson Fields and Tim Guihin, fourth. Vacation Bible School Closing Program Set The closing program of Vacation Bible School at the Christian and Jlissionary Alliance Church will be presented tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock. Classes began on June 17. This year the total enrollment was 91 with an average attendance of 78. After a program presented by the various departments, the classrooms will be open for a display of the work and handcraft projects completed during the school session. 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