Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 1, 1963 · Page 4
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 4

Redlands, California
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Monday, July 1, 1963
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mSS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Granddaughter Of A. B. Drakes To Wed In January Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Drake, Smiley Heights, have received word of the engagement of their granddaughter, Kathreen Florence Button, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Button (Christine Sanborn) of Mar Vista, to Jack Arscott of Sidney, Australia. The couple plan to he married in January 1964 after Kathreen's graduation and the completion of Jack's work for his Master's degree in education at the University of California at Davis. MRS. MICHAEL GRANT TUCKER Photo by Armond Pamela Tucker Retains Surname With Marriage To Michael G. Tucker Miss Pamela Eloise Tucker of Redlands became Mrs. Michael Grant Tucker yesterday afternoon with her marriage to Second Lieut. Tucker (USAF) in a ceremony performed at 4 o'clock in the First Congregational church. The bride's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burnett Tucker, joined in giving her in marriage to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Tucker of Rancho Santa Fe during the nuptials read by the pastor of the church, Rev. Harry G. Suttner. Her wedding dress, especially designed for the bride, was of imported rosepouit lace, the short length skirt fashioned in tiers. Her illusion veil was appliqued with lace and pearls and was secured to a crown encircled with pearls. She. wore a strand of matched pearls and pear] earrings, a gift from her maternal grandmother, and carried a lace handkerchief made by her maternal great- grandmother who came from Wales. The handkerchief was also carried by Pam's mother at her wedding. Her bouquet of white phalae- nopsis orchids and slephano- tis cascaded from a prayer book which also belonged to her great- grandmother and was carried by her mother on her wedding day. Altar bouquets of white stock and delphinium were flanked by candelabra. Tall baskets of white stock and gladioli were also used in church decoration. Preceding the bride and her father down the aisle were her attendants, Valerie Nevius of North HoIljHvood, a sorority sis ter, as matron of honor and Natalie (Polly) Tirrell, of Los An geles, formerly of Redlands; Pa tricia Allen of San Gabriel and Joan Shulman of HoUj^vood, soro rity sisters, as bridesmaids. All were dressed in mist green silk organza over olive green taf feta and wore olive green head' pieces and slippers. Their floral cascades of glamelias were in shades of orange, the honor at <endant's in a deeper shade than those carried by the bridesmaids. A childhood friend of the bridegroom, Robert Francisco, was his best man. Brothers of the bride, Timothy and Foster Tucker, were ushers with Bernard Kamins, fraternity brother of the bridegroom. Candles were lighted before the entrance of the bridal party by Donald Scott and Peter Ruggles. Mfs. Warren James, organist, played the t^ocessional and re cessional music and accompan ied Wilbur Scbowalter, soloist, singing Grieg's "I Love Thee, Dunlop's "Wedding Prayer", "The Lord's Prayer" by Malotte and "Peace, Peace, I Leave With You" by Dichmont The bride's mother's dress for the occasion was of champagne lustre satin with cocoa accessories. The mother of the bridegroom wore a draped dress of mist green crepe with beige accessor ies. They joined the receiving line in Kimberly hall for the reception where the bridal couple cut the bride's cake with a silver knife, a gift from the bride's grandmother, Mrs. R. Gail Campbell of Seal Beach, who was a special guest of the afternoon as were Mike's maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Volck of Cardiff-By- The Sea, and Pam's godmother. Miss Mildred Mansur of Huntington Park. Guest book attendant was Judy Edwards while gifts were received by Margaret Jean Phelps and Julie Blakeley. Carol Jeanne Schowalter and Carol Ray assisted in serving. After a short honeymoon, the newlyweds will leave for Biloxi, Miss., where Lieut. Tucker will teach at the school of weapons control. Pam graduated in 1959 from Redlands High school and was vice president of Kimberly Juniors of the Contemporary club. After two years at the University of Redlands, she transferred to the University of California at Santa Barbara where she was affiliated with Chi Omega sorority. She graduated from the U. of R. earlier this month with a major in history. Mike is a graduate of San Dieguito High school and of U.C. at Santa Barbara where he majored in psychology. He was affiliated with Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon'fraternity. A graduate of Officers Training School, he was commissioned on June 25th as a 2nd Lieutenant in the USAF. Following the church rehearsal Saturday evening, the wedding party was entertained by the bridegroom's parents at Redlands Country club. Menfone GOP Women To Meet Tonight Mentone Republican Woman's club will meet at 7:30 this evening at the home of Mrs. John K. l,agerquist, 2054 Salerno street, Mentone. Husbands of members will be guests for the evening. Mrs. D. Ellis Crane, state and national legislation chairman for the Mentone club, will give e.x- cerpts from speeches made during the annual Republican Women's Conference in April in Washington, D.C., which Mrs. Crane attended. The speeches were made by Republican National Chairman William E. Miller, Sen. Thomas H. Kuchel of California, Sen. Barry M. Goldwater of Arizona, Rep. Charles A. Halleck of Indiana, Republican Leader of the House of Representatives: and Sen Everett M. Dirksen of 111., minority Leader of the Senate. Mrs. Lagerquist, Mrs. Earl Sams, Mrs. Fred Niemann and Mrs. Crane of the Mentone club attended the tea and open house honoring past presidents of the San Bernardino County Federation of Republican Women Friday in the "White House" in San Bernardino. Mrs. Crane reported in the absence of the president, Mrs. Julius M. Friderich, at the board meeting in the morning. Anyone wishing to attend tonight's meeting may call Mrs. Friderich, 794-2386, to make reservations. r/ie studio of WM, CiM£R HINGHAM TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT, To most high school girls — and boys, too — the big question these days may not be nuclear testing, the moon race, or even the nation's gross product. It's whether to go steady or mi to go steady. I'd like to contribute my two cents' worth on this, as follows: At 15 or 16 a girl should be thinking of having fun instead of romance. She should be getting acquainted with a lot of different boys, instead of spending all her time with one.' The desire to go steady at that age is a sign of insecurity. The girl is afraid if she doesn't tie up one boy she can count on she will be left out of things at school. If she can be made to see that she's wrong, going steady won't seem quite so desirable. Besides, it is the kids who go steady when they are too young to handle grown-up emotional problems who most often get into trouble. And there is always the other danger — that the girl who goes steady at 15 or 16 will run off and get married before she is old enough to settle do^vn to married life. Those are valid reasons why parents should discourage teenagers from going steady. Discourage it, though, is easier said than done. If Annie protests that if she doesn't go steady with Dick, he'll find some other girl who will, she isn't going to be easy to convince. But if firm and loving parents can talk her out of the idea, she'll be grateful in years to come. JANIE MARIE SMITH Photo by MIP Studio Janie M. Smith Bride-Elect Of Donald Bennett Mrs. Amy L. Smith, 23 South Sixth street, announces the engagement of her daughter, Janie Marie, to Ronald D. Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jennings L. Bennett, 38985 Harris road, Yucaipa. Janie is now attending summer school classes at Redlands High school where she will begm her senior year in September. She is a member of the school's Concert Choir. Both Janie and her fiance attend the Redlands Church of the Foursquare Gospel and are active in its youth department. Ronald is an electronic technician and is currently employed Marilyn Walker Earns Degree Af LA. Pacific Marilyn Eileen Walker, dau^- ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Walker. 811 Stillman avenue, received her Bachelor of Arts degree at the fifty-eighth commencement exercises of Los Angeles Pacific College. A graduate of Redlands Hi^ school, Marilyn majored in social science while at Los Angeles Pacific. She was active in campus activities and student government; was elected secretary of the Associated Women Students 1960-61, represented her junior class as princess hi the 1961 Homecoming Court, was Associated Student Body secretary 1962-63, Associated Women Students president 1962-63, and residence hall president 1963. She sang in the college A Cappella Choir and received a Senior Music award at the 1963 annual Awards Banquet for her service to the schooL At the same banquet she was voted "Coed of the Year". Marilyn was also distinguished by appearing on the Dean's Academic Honor List. She plans to continue her education in library science. Redlands Daily Facts Monday, July 1, 1963 - 3 HE'S ALL WET EUREKA, Calif. (UPI) - Leaman P. Berry, 53, of Eurofca had a logical explanation when asked why he was floating around in Humboldt Bay. A fishing boat pulled him out after he had been in the water some 20 minutes. Asked how come, he told police: "Well, everybody has been telling me to jump in the bay so I did." by Autonetics of Anaheim. The couple plan to be married next Spring. ANNIVERSARY TRIP - The Rolla Whitmans, 637 Eureka street hove just returned from a Ir^ to Alaska commemorating their 50th wedding anniversary. On June 18, dote of the anniversary, they were aboard ship sailing north from Vancouver, B.C., to Ketchikan and Juneau, Alaska. From Skagway, end of the line, they took the roilroad over White Pass and past Lake Bennett to White Horse on the Aicon highway. On the return journey they visited two glaciers on th« narrow fiord called Tracey Arm, seeing many icebergs and much float ice. (Photo by Art Miller) GOP Tea Honors Former Counfy Presidents Former presidents of the San Bernardino County Federation of Republican Women were especially honored Friday during the open house and tea at the attractive Republican "White House" in San Bernardino. Attending the county board meeting that morning were Mrs. Lee Harris, president of the Redlands club; Mrs. G. A. Jahn and Mrs. C. A. Luttrell, board members. They also were present for the afternoon affair as were Mmes. Lawrence Garrard, Carl Funderberg, Carl Austin and Stewart Hinckley; Robert Bierschbaeh, San Bernardino County Central Committee chairman, and Mr. and Mrs. D. Ellis Crane, all of Redlands. DISCUSSES POLITICS W.ASHINGTON (UPI) — Sen. Thruston B. Morton, D-Ky., views the rise of "favorite sons" in state GOP organizations as a desire to avoid divisive primary fights rather than as "stop Goldwater" movements. Morton said Sunday on a television program that any Republican would have trouble carrying New York in 1964, but he considered Pennsylvania, Illinois and California as GOP possibilities. 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