MR. AND MRS. JOHN MERTON McCOY II Photo by DonoU Burian Stefani Nagle And Bridegroom John McCoy Now At Home In Yucaipa Pink and white gladioli and daisies were used for floral decorations arranged for the wedding of Stefani Esta Nagle and John Merton McCoy II, an event of Juno 28 in the First Presbyterian church. Rev. Mark Andrews, pastor, performed the nuptial ceremony. Stefani is the daughter of Mrs. Tenia Nagle, 1325 East Colton avenue, and Robert Demuth Nagle of Yucaipa. Her bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Stuart Ramsay, 33930 Avenue F, Yucaipa, and John M. McCoy of the San Francisco area. The bride's dress was designed of silk organza and Chantilly lace and a dainty crown type headpiece held her bridal veil. In her bouquet were white phalaenopsis orchids, white roses wd stephanotis. In pink floor length eyelet and carrj-ing pink and white carnations Q—The bidding has been: South West North East 1 A Pass 2 4> Pass 3* Pass 3V Pass 3N.T. Pass 4N.T. Pass 7 You, South hold: AAQ865 V109 4KQ7 4^91 What d« you do? A—Bid five diamonds. Tour partner's four no-trump was def- initelr BUckwood. TODAY'S QUES -nON Instead of bidding three hearts your partner jumps to lour spades over your three clubs. Wliat do you do in this instance? Answer Tomorrow and daisies was Shirley Morlan, the maid of honor. Bridesmaids, in blue eyelet, were Louise Richards, Susie Tedder, Sharon Ramsay and Beth Hone. Their bouquets were identical to that carried by the honor attendant. Young Stephanie Ramsay, in ivhite eyelet, was flower girl. She wore a daisy headdress and carried a basket of white rose petals. Thomas Harrigan was the bridegroom's best man and ushers were Jerry Hagemann, Darrel Gillman, James Ramsay and Conrad Miziumski. Gerry Casy was soloist with Mrs. James Jorgenson at the organ. During the reception following the ceremony, Shari Hagen and Susan Ramsay shared the guest book duties. Marge Harrigan was the gift book attendant. Candy Storm served punch nd Norine Phillips served the coffee. After a honeymoon spent on Catalina Island where the newlyweds made the St. Catherine hotel their headquarters, they are now at home at 12528 Thirteenth street in Yucaipa. Stefani graduated last month with the class of 1963 from Redlands High school where she was particularly active in drama department activities. Her bridegroom also graduated from Redlands High school and attended San Bernardino Valley college and Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo. SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad ness Forces .arra Henderson Home From Europe A sabbatical year in Europe which was scheduled to continue until January was cut short for Larra Browning (Mrs Glen) Henderson, 755 Esther Way, when iltaess forced her return to Red lands after sL\ weeks on the Continent. Mrs. Henderson, member of the University of Redlands school of music faculty where she is associate professor of voice and directs the Opera Workshop, left Redlands May 28 and planned to visit suraroer music festivals in Europe. She then expected to spend sL\ weeks of concentrated study In Italy and another sL\ weeks in Paris. In Vienna two weeks ago, Mrs. Henderson was taken ill, but was able to get to Lausanne, Switzerland, where a niece arranged an appointment with a physician, referred to a specialist, it was found that a heart condition, the result of rheumatic fever years ago, had advanced to the stage where further travel was prohibited. She was advised to return home im- mediatey. Before her illness, Mrs. Henderson did have an interesting si.\ weeks of (ravel. Just two days before arriving in Vienna, she was in Russia where she had an opportunity to observe the intense cultural program m progress. There are m-er 500 "Houses of Culture" in the countr>', she reports. These are for non-professionals and working people who spend their leisure hours in the study of drama, dance, voice or musical instrument. Twice a year programs are presented and Mrs. Henderson attended one such program in Moscow which she describes as "fantastic". Here she heard a chorus of 300 voices with an orchestra, all participants being members of the working class. The calibre of the performance provided the benefit of their study and training, she obser\'ed. Mrs. Henderson spent five days in Bergen, Norway, where a festival was in progress and included performances by the Helsinki Opera Company. More opera was heard in Oslo and in Stockholm. Sweden, and in Helsinki. Finland, Mrs. Henderson, a dramatic soprano, sang on three occasions. While in Russia, she visited Leningrad as well as Moscow, and during her first few days in Vienna, before her illness, she attended a performance of "Tristan and Isolde" in the Vienna opera house. WAYNE BOWLBY ON WAYLAND DEAN'S LIST Norman Wayne Bowlby of Redlands is among students at Wayland Baptist college in Plainview, Texas, listed on the Dean's Honor Roll for the spring semester. The son of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Bowlby, 206 East Sunset Drive North, he is a senior majoring in sociologj- and psychologj'. He was graduated from Redlands High school in 1955 and has attended the University of Redlands, University of California at Santa Barbara and California Baptist college, Riverside. ccietif mSS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Ann Sherman To Be August Bride Of Loring Dales Mr. and Mrs. Leslie O. Sherman, 620 East Mariposa drive, announce the engagement of their daughter, Ann, to Loring Gregg Dales of Los Angeles, son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Dales. Ann is the granddaughter of Mrs. F. L. Sherman of Berkeley. Her fiance is the grandson of Mrs. John B. Dales and Jlrs. Arthur F. Clubb, both of Los Angeles. A graduate of Redlands High school, the bride-elect attended Whittier college where she affiliated with the Honorary Service Organization, the Jletaphonian Society and was a song leader. She graduated with honors from San Jose State college and received her Master's degree in speech patholoty from Stanford University. After spending a year traveling in Europe, Ann returned to the Bay area where she is employed as a teacher for pro-school deaf children at the San Francisco Hearing and Speech Center. The prospective "cridegroom, a member of Phi Beta Kappa, graduated in 1960 from Stanford university. He is now attendmg Stanford's Medical school. An August wedding is planned. ANN SHERMAN SEMI-ANNUAL SHOE SALE WOMEN'S SHOES FOR DRESS & CASUAL WEAR Women's Air Step. Life Stride DRESS SHOES Reg. to $14.99 Reg. fo 51199 9 • • • • 3 BARE FOOT SANDAIS r 2"* OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT - 7 to 11 o'Clock DURING DOWNTOWN REDLANDS' SIDEWALK EVENT ALL SALES FINAL - NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS, PLEASE Air Step, Allures CASUALS Reg. to $7.99 FLATS . 90 90 90 112 East State Street SHOES opw ffam Him i\i 9 Redlands DELORES WRIGHT Delores Wright Soon To Wee Roger Campbe Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Wright, 34657',i Yucaipa boulevard, Yucaipa, announce the engagement of their daughter, Delores Pari, to Roger Knight Campbell, son of Mrs. Esther Campbell, 255 West Avenue L, Calimesa. The bride-elect graduated with the class of 1963 from Yucaipa High school where she was a member of the Concert Choir for four years. She is also a member of her church choir. Her fiance graduated in 1956 from Redlands High school. He was a member of Block R and the school band for four years. He has also been a member of the Naval Reser\-e and will be discharged tomorrow after eight years of service. He is now employed by the Western Electric Telephone Company. Both young people have been active in the Calimesa Community church program. They have chosen July 19 as the date for their wedding. AAUW Board Hears National Conclave Report Highlight of the recent AAUW board meeting at the home of Mrs. Fred D. Monroe, 221 South avenue, was a report by Dr. Louise Jennings, delegate to the national convention in Denver, Colo. Dr. Jennings reported that 52 per cent of the branches were represented with a total.of 2,000 registered delegates. Structure reorganization for the Association was the main issue before the delegates. Dr. Blanche Dow. president of Cottey college in Nevada, Mo., Solomon-Hanson Vows Exchanged In Pomona Church To be at home after July 22 at 646 Scott place in Glendora are Mr. and Mrs. Orval Jlonroe Solomon (Vera Belle Hanson) who were married June 29 in the First Church of God, Pomona. Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. Hanson, 12363 Douglas street, Yucaipa, are the bride's parents and Mr. and Mrs. G. Ernest Solomon of Riverside are parents of the bridegroom. White gladioli and pink larkspur formed a floral background for the ceremony performed by Rev. Zendel E. Crook and Rev. Ira , Marion. Solobts were Mrs. La[ Wayne Hendrix, niece of the bride^ groom, and Mrs. Don Hallatt with -Mrs. Maxlne Barrigan at the organ. The bride wore a wedding dress of silk organza and Chantilly lace, the molded bodice and long sleeves fashioned of lace with sweetheart neckline. Two dainty bows marked the back waistlme and the skirt featured appliques of lace. Her attendants were Mrs. Louis J. Ringhofer as matron of honor and Kathleen and Valerie Hinkle, junior bridesmaids. The honor attendant was dressed in aqua chiffon over taffeta and carried a cascade of light pmk feathered carnations. The bridesmaids were in pink bouffant dresses and their carnations were tinted aqua. Candlelightcrs were Joyce Hum phry and Timothy Thomas, nephew of the bridegroom. A great niece of the bride, Kimberly Cunningham, was flower girl. Serving as best man was John Orrell of Barstow. Larry Wusten- bart of San Diego, nephew of the bridegroom, and Del Crook of Yucaipa were groomsmen while Don Hallatt and James Barnes ushered. A reception in fellowship half at the church followed the ceremony, after which the bridal couple left for a wedding trip through Yellowstone, Glacier and Banff. The bride is a graduate of Exeter High school and attended Warner Pacific college, a Bible college in Portland, Ore., and Chico State college. The bridegroom, a graduate of Elk City High school in Oklahoma, has attended Pasadena college and Citrus college. He has been an employe of the Safeway Stores for the past 17 years. Geneva Reiter Back From Orient A three-wek stay in Bangkok, Thailand, was the major objective of her recently completed vacation irip for Mrs. Geneva Reiter, 1614 Halsey street. Mrs. Reiter first flew direct to Tokyo, Japan, where she was met by her brother who is regional du-ector for CAT Airlmes in Bangkok. They spent six days in Japan, then went on to Tapei on Taiwan where former President Eisenhower was at the time. Sue more days were spent in Hong Kong before they went on to Bank- kok. On her return, Mrs. Reiter had another day in Tokyo and stopped in Hawaii where she visited a nephew, a Captain in the Marine Corps stationed there. Another short visit on the island of Kauai with former Redlander Dorothy Cooley immediately preceded her flight home. Delphians Give Farewell Party For Mrs. Limbird Members of the Redlands Delphian chapter honored Mrs. Charles Limbird, one of their members who is soon leaving Redlands, at a "farewell" party Saturday evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Fred Andrews, 744 Walnut avenue. Swimming, badminton and ping pong were popular diversions of the evening which also included a steak barbecue. Present were Messrs. and Mmes. Robert Kennedy, Richard Mulligan, Paul Melchert, Wayne Berkshire, John Conley, John Bundles, Walter Sowell, Richard Weisberg; Jlrs. R. J. Pennella, Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Watts, Lt. Col. and Mrs. Limbird and the host and hostess. You'll Find a Ready Market Thru Fast-Acting Facts Classified Ads PATRrCIA DERMODY Dermodys Revea Pat's Betrotha To Toni Kudjer The engagement of their daughter, Patricia Jean, is being announced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dermody. 35156 Velarde drive, Yucaipa. Pat's fiance is .Anton (Toni) Kudjer Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Kudjer, 36775 Oak Glen road, Yucaipa. She graduated in 1960 from Redlands High school where she was active in the Chepulechi program and in G.A.A, She was also a m ber of Hi-Tri. At San Bernardino Valley College, where she has been enrolled for the past three years, she was a member of the Tennis club. Pat is now attending summer school at the University of Redlands and is preparing for a teachmg career. Toni, now employed by Allbright's Auto Parts m Yucaipa, graduated from Dorsey High school in Los Angeles in 1956 and spent three years in service with the U. S. Air Force as a paratrooper, member of the 101st Air- Redlands Daily Facts Tuesday, July 9, 1963 - 3 Carriage Club Elects Officers For New Year Mrs. Marvin Tilden of Redlands v;as elected secretary of tlie San Bernardino Civic Light Opera Carriage club at the recent annual meeting in the Southern California Edison Company's Living Center in San Bemardmo. Dr. and Mrs. James Subject will serve as vice presidents for the Redlands area. Jlrs. Melvine Fuchs of Colton is the new president with Edward Fisher of San Bernardino serving as treasurer and Dr. and Mrs. Warburton Miller, vice presidents for San Bemardmo area. Elected to the board of directors were Jlr. and Mrs. Louis M. Press, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fisher, Dr. and Mrs. Subject and Mr. and Mrs. Fuchs. Mrs. D. Ellis Crane of Redlands, retiring president, gave her annual report during the business session as did the treasurer, Mr. Fisher. Mar\'in Tilden of Redlands reported on the nominating ballot that had been mailed to the Carriage club membership. Dinner preceded the meeting and Miss Julie Thompson, Edison home economist gave an interesting demonstration of cooking on the electronic range. LEGION AUXILIARY TO MEET THURSDAY American Legion AuxiUary Unit 106 will meet Thursday evening m the Legion clubhouse, 820 West State street. Convention reports will be presented. borne Division at Fort Campbell, Kay. He is now active with the Redlands National Guard unit as 106th Section Leader and he is a member of the National Rifle Association. The couple plan to be married during the summer of 1965. DOWNTOWN REDLANDS TEEN-AGERS SQUARE DANCE CLASS TO START A beginners class in square dancing, open fo all teen-agers, will begm Thursday evening from 7 to 9:30 at the YWCA. Kenny Brown will be the caller and instructor and refreshments will be served during intermission. A small donation will be asked from each person attending. Easy On — Easy Off Seat Covers Not Only Protect Upholstery But Wash and Dry Like a Towel was elected national president. California had the largest state delegates and Mrs. Kay Gammage of California ws elected regional vice president and Dr. Margaret Fagin, formerly of Red lands, was appointed to the national board. Dr. Nadine Cragg, president of the Redlands branch, conducted the meeting and introduced new members of her board. Plans for the coming year were discussed. Ray H. Nielsen, M. D. Announces The Association of Bruce B. Brauston, M. D. IN THE PRACTICE OF Ophthalmology 251 Cajon Street Redlands Dial 793-2959 The Original Terry Car Tuck by TERRY TUCK Fits all American cars, including compacts. Full length side gussets, draw cord for universal fit. Elastic tabs with "S" hooks to prevent slipping and riding - made in split and solid seat models. 100% cotton. In a rainbow of colors. Also, two piece covers for bucket seat cars. Sold in stts of two for front seats only. Available in a wide selection of colon. .$i.9t NOTIONS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS'
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