Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 5, 1963 · Page 3
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sr. JUSS JOSEPfflNE REAY Society Editor Teen-Age Class In "Space Age" Living To Start MR. AND MRS. DAVID LIEN Photo by E. J. Frankcn Kaya Wielenga, David Lien United In Marriage During Morning Service As part of the Sunday morning worship service at the First Christian Reformed church June 23, Kaya Wielenga and David Lien were united in marriage. Rev. Henry Radius, the bride's pastor since her childhood, performed the simple but impressive ceremony in the presence of the entire congregation, relatives and friends. As a transition from the worship sen'ice to the marriage ceremony, the congregation sang "0, Perfect Love". Kaya's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wielenga, 24 Grant street, and the bridegroom is the son of Jlr. and I\Irs. Verne C. Lien of Camarillo. The bride's dress was a simple, sleeveless sheath of silk shantung. Her organdy flower petal hat had a brow length veil and she wore a single red rose at her shoulder. Her only attendant was Ruthanne Lien, sister of the bridegroom, wcarijig a sleeveless pink apricot silk sheatli with a single white rose. Gary Peterson fiom Boise, Idaho, cousin of the bridegroom, was Mrs. Anna Perry On World Tour Mrs. Anna F. Perr>' of Braemar Apartments, .North Center Street, is enjoying a trip around the world by air. Accompanied by her sister. Miss Alma D. Erickson. she is a mem- her of a group from the Orange County Teachers' Association that fiew recently to Hawai. They are now spending a week in Japan. Later they will fly to Hong Kong visit Macao, then go to Bangkok, Thailand; next on to India for stops in the Sacred City of Benares, Bombay, New Delhi, Agra for a view of the Taj Mahal, then to Jerusalem, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt and Greece. Mrs. Perry and her sister will leave the tour at Athens and fly to London. Returning by air to New York, they will visit in Atlantic City before returning to Braemar on or about August 12. SQUARE DANCERS INVITED TO "BEACH PARTY" All square dancers are invited to come appropriately dressed for a "Beach Party" tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Temple when "Who Goofed" Square Dance club will be hosts. Lee Schmidt will be the caller for the dancing. best man. At the organ, Kaya's sister, Mary Ellen, provided music for the service, playing Purcell's "Trumpet Tune", Bach's "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring", "Now Thank We All Our God" by Karg- elert and "Trumpet Voluntary' by Purcell. She also accompanied the soloist, Andy Van Voorthuysen, lifelong friend of the bride, who closed the ceremony by singing "The Lord's Prayer". A single bouquet of garden flowers and ivy in an old fashioned basket atop a tall column pedestal was placed at the front of the church. After the service a buffet lunch- con was served on the lawn at the Wielenga home to close relatives and out-of-town guests, many of whom were Westmont college friends. Both bride and bridegroom are graduates of Westmont college in Santa Barbara. Kaya plans to teach elementary school in Dallas, Te.xas, where the couple will make their home while the bridegroom attends Dallas Theological Seminary. Adventist Services REDLANDS SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST 520 Brookside avenue. Elder Ben L. Hassenpflug Sabbath school 9:30. Morning worship 10:50, MENTONE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST iMelvin Turner, pastor. Sabbath school, 9:30. Jloming worship 11:00, The Saturday meetings are held in the Congregational church, corner of Beo'l and Mentone boulevard. THE UNIVERSITY SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Comer Central and San Bernardino streets, Loma Linda. Charles W. Teel, pastor. Saturday services. 9:15, Sabbath school Worship service, 10:50. Vespers, Saturday afternoon. LOMA LINDA SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST HILL CHURCH W. K. Chapman, pastor. H. E. Beltz Jr., associate pas- for. Sabbath school, 9:30 Saturday. Worship, 11:00. Vespers, Sundown Saturday, •iroung people, 7:30 p.m. Friday. Services translated for the deaf. Ray H. Nielsen, M. D. Announces The Association of Bruce B. Brauston, M. D. IN THE PRAaiCE OF Ophthalmology 251 Cajon Street Re'dlands Dial 793-2959 Four classes in "Space Age Living" for teen-age girls are scheduled to be held at the South- em California Edison Company during July and August. Sessions for junior high school girls are scheduled to begin on July 9, and again on August 5. Both will be from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. For the convenience of senior high school girls attending summer school, the first series of Junior Adult Space Age Living will be from 24 p.m. beginning July 15. The second series of classes for senior high girls will begin August 6 and will be from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. twice a week for three weeks. Registrations for all four series are being taken at the YWCA, 16 East Olive, any time from 9-5 Monday through Fridays. Mrs. Lealand Pur\'is, director of summer activities for girls, emphasized that classes are limited and registrations should be made as early as possible. There is no charge other than junior membership in the YWCA. Jlrs. Jane Shaw, Edison Com pany home economist, will teach cooking, including use of the new full-time electronic range. The course will also include training in the use of electric appliances, the care and storage of food, including refrigeration and freezing, information on buv-manship and care of clothing. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. District Deputy Visits Yucaipa Rebekah Lodge Mrs. Emma R. Smith, district deputy president of District 73, was introduced by Vera Pope, noble grand, during this week's meeting of Yucaipa Rebekah lodge. Mrs. Smith brought instruction from Grand Lodge and also told of the wishes of the president of Grand Assembly of California for family activities and for visits to Redlands Daily Facts Friday, July 5, 1963 — 3 other lodges in a group. Elsie York, district deputy grand matriarch of District 32, and Roy Nelson, district deputy grand patriarch of District 22, were introduced. Arrangements were made, through a cash donation, to provide blood for Margaret Miller. Other monetary donations were made for the annual United Nations Youth Tour. Youth Camp and for the Odd Fellows-Rebekab New Year's float. Gladys Gearhard was mtroduced and welcomed as a new mem- •ber. .Anniversaries noted were the fiftieth of Mr. and Jfrs. Lester Bailey and the 25th of Jlr. and Mrs. Roy Nelson who received appropriate gifts at this time. Rose Grub, Blenda Bailey, Peggy Estes and Lula .Minor served refreshments from tables decorated in the Fourth of July motif. SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad DOWNTOWN REDLANDS 2nd Big Day of Harris' Sensational 117* SEMI ANNUAL Clearance With Ringing Reducfions in Every Dept. WeVe Gafhered Merchandise from Every Department, on Every Fioor ... all from our Regular Stock! Be^^er be Early... only 2 Days Left! Manufacturer's Closeout Washable Slip Covers Notions Reduced to Clear $ 8 Reg. 53.98 Terry Cloth Chaise Lounge $288 Turn the living room into your coolest room with new slip coverS/ broken sizes and colors in floral and plains. Easy to install, reg. $12.98-$24.98. CURTAINS - BASEMENT - HARRIS' China at New Savings Ballerina china, 40 pc. sets at this terrific savings. Reg. $19.98 $16.88 Johnson Sterling white, regularly $14.00, now just $9.88 CHINA, GIFTWARES - BASEMENT - HARRIS' Fit standard size . . . elastic bound for sore fit. Assorted colors. Cotton, Vue chest, interlocking stack boxes, plastic. Assorted colors. Reg. $1.98 99< Straw scuffs, fully lined, trim of flowers and ribbon. S-M-L 99< NOTIONS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Books Reduced to Clear Hurry in and choose from a vast assortment of adult, teenage, children's books . . . educational, entertaining and for the home! Priced as marked. BOOKS - 113 FIFTH ST - HARRIS' Men's Sport Furnishings Cotton ferry knit boat shirts, Vi sleeve. Solid and stripe. Fomous brand in assorted colors. Broken sizes. Reg. $5.95 $2.99 Ban Ion® nylon knit shirt, assorted colors . . . shape retaining . . . easy to care for. Broken sizes. Regularly $3.95 $2.99 "Hi Boy" collar style sport shirt with short sleeves. In an assortment of colors. Be early and save. Reg. $5 to $5.95 $3.99 MEN'S FURNISHINGS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Boy's Furnishings Clear Bo/s sport shirts, sizes 6 to 20. Reg. $2.98 and $3.98 l/2 Off Boy's pants, 100% cotton. Broken sizes. Reg. $3.98 and $4.98 $1.99 BOYS' FURNISHINGS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Millinery Clearance Flattering Strawjind Fabric Hats '2 '4 '6 Clearing the decks, passing the savings on to you. These flottering straw and fabric hats that have been more than twice the price grouped to clear. MILLINERY - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Don't Miss these Casual and Cocktail Dresses Misses, Juniors and Half Sizes I '/2 to off Reg. $19.95 to $89.98 Hurry in and choose from our wide collection of prints, solids in an assortment of fabrics and colors. Broken sizes. WOMEN'S DRESSES-2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Hurry! A Wide Selection of Nylon Lingerie 1 Vi to Va off Reg. $4.00 to $21.25 Hurry in and save on this terrific savings. Nylon lingerie, half slips, panties, govims, peignoir sets. Broken sizes and colors. LINGERIE - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Toddler's and Infant's Wear to Clear! Toddler ond infant dresses, reg. $6.98 $3.99 Baby shoes, reg. $3.00 $1.99 Sleep and play sets, reg. $3.00 $1.99 Crib blankets, reg. $3.98 $2.99 INFANTS, TODDLERS WEAR - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Reg. $9.98 to $13.98 Sub Teen Dresses to Clear! $588 Hurry in and choose from our selection of sub teen dresses, broken sizes, but those represented are sizes 6-14. Broken style and color. HI TEEN SHOP-2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Odds and Ends of Jackets Cotton prints just right for summer into fall. Reg. $4.98 to $8.98 1 /2 Off ACCESSORIES - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Housewares at Savings Melmoc® handle tool set, reg $6.88 $5.49 Broiler pan, reg. 99c 79< Six month floor wax, reg. 79c „ 59< Purring knives, reg. 33c ea 29< HOUSEWARES - BASEMENT - HARRIS' Bedding to Clear clearance cf odd lot or dropped patterns in better quality cotton chenille spreads. Reg. $12.98 and $14.98 $8.00 Poly Aire mattress pads, %" thick for protection and comfort to mattress. Twins, reg. $3.98 $1,99 Fulls, reg. $5.98 .$2.99 King, reg. $7.98 .$3,99 Steele Up en Decorator Sofa Pillows 2 for $3 Reg. $2.50 to $3.98. Savings for the home can be yours . . . these beautiful pillows — rounds, squares, knife edge, button center. In a rainbow of colors. Be early. BEDDING - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Manufacturer's Clearances! Broken Assortments . . . No Phone, Mail, CCD. or Lo^^^S

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