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MR. AND MRS. JAMES C. WILLOUGHBY photo by E. J. Franken Willoughby-DeGraaf Nuptials Performed In Garden Ceremony The garden at the home of Jlr. and Mrs. Cornelius DeGraaf Jr., 1335 East Colton avenue, was the setting for the marriage of their daughter, Cornelia, to James C. Willoughby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Willoughby of Cincinnati, Ohio. Hurricane lamps lined the path where the bride and her father walked. Baskets of pink gladioli and white carnations were added to the setting. Tiny pearls trimmed the bride's street length wedding dress of white taffeta. A petal type headpiece secured her short pouf veil and she held a cascade arrangement of white carnations and stephanotis. Jlrs. Emerson Wyane Hawkins (Nancy DeGraff) was her sister's maid of honor, wearing pink cotton and carrying a cascade of pink carnations. Mr. Hawkins was best man for the bridegroom and Jlichael Haverty ushered. Rev. Aaron Eurich, pastor of Temple Baptist church, was the officiating minister and performed the ceremony in the presence of about 75 guests. Mrs. DeGraaf received her guests wearing a blue embroidered sheath. Serving during the garden reception were Linda Lee, a cousin of the bride; Mrs. Perry Hayes (Sandra Fowler) and Mrs. Kenneth Hamblin. The Guest book attendant was .Mrs. Richard Ragan of San Bernardino. The newly\veds flew to Cincinnati for their wedding trip. They will live in Barstow where the bridegroom is stationed with the U.S. -Marine Corps. He recently returned from a period of service on Okinawa. The bride graduated in 1958 from Redlands High school and attended San Bernardino Valley college. She has been employed most recently at the San Bernardino County Court House. Riverside Summer Concerts Begin The second series of "Stars-a- Poppin' " summer concerts, launced successfully last year by the Riverside Park and Recreation department, is announced for presentation in tlie Fairmount Park band shell in Riverside. Ther is no admission charge and concert hours are from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Tomorrow, "The Sidewinders", barbershop quartet which just won tliird place in international competition in Toronto, Canada, will be featured as will the S.P.E.B.S.Q.S.A. barbershop chorus of 59 voices. Picnic facilities are available at the park. Future programs will be present the Riverside Municipal band, JIarch Air Force Base band and guest vocalists. Dates are July 25, August 8 and August 22. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appli ances wiU find a ready market through Classified Ads. Tbe blading has been: 'South West Norib East 14k ?as3 2 4k Fass •SM Fass 44^ Pass • ; i ^ ?<aai Sottih htiiSt: ;4A.Q86S 4KQ7«K9< Vfbat do yaa do? A—FUB. Xoor partner iifr< :A>iiIi(cdl7 bopes tbat son 'WiU : find » fariher bid, bat ;oa can't TODA-rS QtlESTION losiead of jtmiping to fotn' spades over your three clubs your partner has bid three spades. You go on to fonr and he bids five hearts. 'What do you do in this instance? Answer Tomorrow WE'VE MOVED! GAUGH Plumbing OUR NEW LOCATION 307 Mlmdi Blvd. (ON OLD HWY. 99) PHONE 792-4974 • REPAIR • REMODELING • CONTRACTING MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor .oan Phillips, Dennis Williams Soon To Wed August 24 has been set as the wedding date for Joan Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Jlrs. Verl Klingman, 447 Walnut avenue, and R. Dennis Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Dean Williams, 1341 Monterey street. The bride-to-be graduated from Redlands High school in 1961 and has attended San Bernardino Valley college for the past two years. Following his graduation from Redlands High school in 1959, the pprospective bridegroom served for two years in the U. S. Navy. For the past two years he has been a student at Valley college. The nuptials will take place in Temple Baptist church. The couple then plan to live in San Diego where both plan to attend San Diego State college. Women's Golf Tourney Results Summer golf tournaments for women are continuing on Fridays at the Country club where a nine- hole tourney is planned for this week. Last week's results were, in Class A, Mrs. William E. Howard, first, 85-13-72; Mrs. Leonard Watkins, second, 88-15-73; Mrs. Ralph Hammer, 91-17-74, tied for third with Mrs. Dan C. A. Smith, 91-17-74. Class B winners were Mrs. Warren Hooper, first, 91-23-68; Mrs. John Biumenberg, second, 92-2072, and Mrs. Dee Cown, third, 94-20-74. Class C results were Mrs. Franklin Postle, first, 107-30-77; Jlrs. Harold Jloser, 109-30-79, tied for second with Mrs. Glenn Emmerson, 110-31-79. Sianei Weevils For the first time, entomologists have extracted the substance which makes cotton appetizing to boll weevils. This substance, called "arrestant." if it could be synthesized, could be used to treat other plants and induce boll weevils to lay their eggs where the newlyhatehed larvae would starve, according to the Britannica Book of the Year. JOAN PHILLIPS Photo by Harris Co. Studios Diamond Medal Confesf Opens WCW Workshop The judges selected Rudy Bod- riquez of Loma Linda to carry the Medal following the Diamond Medal Contest which highlighted the Jlonday evening opening session of the annual Workshop conducted for the Southern California Woman's Christian Temperance Union on the University of Redlands campus. Five young people were heard in this, the si.\th event in a progressive group of contests directed by Mrs. Janet Glassco, state director of speech training. Through a period of years, the contestants had each won in successive order bronze, silver, gold, grand gold and pearl awards as representatives from their churches and schools. Winner of the Diamond Jledal is now eligible to compete in a Grand Diamond contest. Rudy's subject was "Freedom, Our Most Precious Heritage". Other members of the contest team and their subjects were Whit Hayslip of Whittier, "The Slavery of Today"; Norman Solomon of Alhambera, "Dr. Jekyl and .Mr. Hyde Come to Life"; Terri Crawford of Whittier, "Only a Servant, and Carol Lansford of Whittier, "Private Bars". Each brought a challenging message to an attentive audience and each speaker received ap Redlands Daily Facts Wed., July 10, 1963 - 3 John N. Codys Nofe Golden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. John N. Cody, of 310 Normandie Court, celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary Jlonday. They were the recipients of many cards and gifts and during the day a number of their friends dropped in to congradu- ate them on reaching the fiftieth year of marriage. With them on Saturday and Sunday were their daughter and son- in-law, Jlr. and- Mrs. William Wykoff of Los Angeles. The Codys were married in Dewey, Oklahoma, July 8, 1913. Jlr. Cody was a mail carrier in Robinson, 111. for 44 years. After he retired m 1956 they moved to California. They lived for 15 months in Beaumont and in July of 1957 they moved into normandie Court in Redlands, where they have since resided. They are members of the First .Methodist church of Redlands, and he is a member of NARCE (National Association of Retired Civil Employes). Jaycee Wives Make Plans For "Box Social" Plans for an old fashioned "Box Social" combined with a swim party were announced last night during the monthly meeting of the Redlands Jaycee Wives. The box social is to be held September 7 at the home of Jlr. and Jlrs. Byron Huey. Those on the committee to plan the coming social event are the JImes. Ivan Hinerman, Larry Jones, Bob Miller, Lewis Perkins, Leonard Lawrenz, Larry Lanterman, Donald Goodrich and Onis Ellis. A preliminary report on plans for the Jaycee's annual Halloween dance at Hunt's Barn in Yucaipa was given by this year's chairman, Jlrs. Russ Frank. Attendmg last night's Jaycee Wives meeting in the Community Room of the Security First National Bank were: JImes. Byron Huey, Glenn Choate, Onis Ellis, Russ Frank, Ivan Hinerman, Larry Jones, Ronald Kibby, Dick Jlclntosh, Bob Jliller, Dick Krouse, Lewis Perkins, George Roberts, Jack Sharpe, Donald Stiers, Sal Tedesco, Harry Whalen, Wayne Wyllie and John Dricker. DOWNTOWN REDLANDS preciative commendation for his or her attainments in efficient delivery. FooHighfers Seek Added Olio Talenfs A call has gone out from the Footlighters little theatre group, currently engaged in presentation of their summer melodrama. Dirty Work at the Crossroads", for additional talent to try out for olio acts. The play, which opened last Friday and will be presented every Friday and Saturday evening during July in the Grove Theatre, has entertaining olio acts as intermission features. It is hoped to vary these acts for the last two weekends performances. Entertainers who can add to the fun of the evening are urged to display their "talents" at try-outs scheduled for 7:30 tomorrow evening at the theatre. Yucaipa AARP Chapter Picnic Well Attended One hundred and twenty-five picnickers enjoyed the perfect day Tuesday and the ideal setting of Sylvan Park as members of Yucaipa chapter, American Association of Retired Persons met for this special summer event. Tours planned for this group for July include a night ball game Thursday, a trip to the Cinerama show July 17 and another to San Diego July 25. The next business meeting will be July 19 at the California street elementary school. The Hobby Group will meet July 16 at Holiday Jlobile Rancho. PASSES SERVICE BILL WASHINGTON (UPI) - The House has made permanent the six-year military obligation program under which youths usually serve six months on active duty and the rest in the reserves. In action Monday, the House approved and sent to the Senate legislation to overhaul the program to stipulate active duty varying from four to 18 months, depending on the enlistee's military specialty. SAN BERNAROWO ]1 SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad LET US DYE YOUR SHOES $2.00 Linen or Satin ONE DAY SERVICE Or Your Shots Repaired While You Woif COLLEGE SHOE SHOP (NEXT DOOR TO SAFEWAY) Plent/ of FREE PARKING 529 Or«ng« St. PY M629 Dark 'N Dashing Cast a cool summer shadow ... we(come fall ... in dark, cool seersucker costumes while slim stripes whittle you down to size. Easy-care in washable acetate and cotton blend by Celonese ... by Kay Artley. A. 3 pe. suit with Chonel jacket trimmed with bias bands, novelty pearl buttons. 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