Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 13, 1963 · Page 3
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Saturday, July 13, 1963
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MR. AND MRS. GLENM M. COOK photo by Robert Pric» Cook-Hendricksen Vows Exchanged In Asistencia Wedding Chape aUSS JOSEPHINE BEAY Society Editor Asistencia Wedding chapel was decorated witli pink and white gladioli and white chrj-santho mums for the morning wedding of Bharon Hendricksen and Gienn M. Cook on July 7. The bride's parents are Mr, and Mrs. Charles Hendricksen, 219 Grant street. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Hawbaker of San Bernardino are the bridegroom's parents. With her waltz length wedding dress of lace and chiffon over satin, she wore a little satin crown to secure her short bridal veil. A white orchid and stephanotis were arranged on the white Bibie she carried. Charles Baker of San Bernardino accompanied the bride to the chapel altar. Matron of honor and her only attendant was the bride's sister from San Bernardino, Mrs. Dan Holdaway. She wore pink chiffon over satin and held a pink carnation nosegay. Clifford Hales of San Bernar­ dino was the bridegroom's best man. Officiating at the ceremony was Martin Peterson, retired minister. Mrs. Vernon C. Horton was organist. For the wedding, the bride's mother chose a pink silk sheath dress with pink and while accessories while the mother of the bridegroom was in beige. There were approximately 50 guests at the ceremony and they remained for a reception, also at the mission. The newlyweds are now at home at 2750 Fairfax street in San Bernardino. Sharon, a graduate of Beumont High school, is currently a student at the Phyllis Adair College of Cosmetology. Her bride, groom has served four years in the U. S. Navy and is now era- ployed by Whittaker Electric Com pany as an apprentice electrician. He graduated from Pacific High school in San Bernardino in 1957. Bonnie Nagy Bride-Elect Of Craig McFarland Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Nagy, 2211 East Colton avenue, Mentone, announce the engagement of their daughter, Bonnie, to Craig McFar land, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. McFarland of Ventura. Bonnie graduated from Redlands High school and from the University of Redlands where she was active in dramatics. She will be particularly remembered in the latter field for her performance as Juliet in Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet", the university's epic production of the 1961-62 season which was also televised. Bonnie will be teaching in the Rediands school system next fali. Her fiance also attended the University of Redlands and grad' uated from Stanford University. Granted a research assistantship: he attended the University of California at Berkeley where he received his master's degree in business administration He also received a Ford Fellowship Grant enabling him to do car market research and planning for Ford Motor Company. The prospective bridegroom will soon begin work for General Electric as a member of their business management training program. No definite wedding date has been set. Daniel Pollack, Af Bowl Next Week, To Play Chopin On TV Tomorrow Redlands Bowl patrons will have a chance for a "preview" of next Friday's program when Pianist Daniel Pollack plays Chopin selections tomorrow morning on "Camera Three' from 9 to 9:30 on TV Channel 2. The first non-Polish pianist to be invited by the Polish Ministry of Culture to perform a concert in Chopin's birthplace, the young American artist will play some of this composer's work which he performed at that time. The Redlands audience will also hear some of the Chopin works programmed for his appearance here next week. He was hailed by a leading Warsaw critic as ". . . an artist in the most beautiful meaning of the word who joms directly with the composer and reveals the NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 32646 Superior Court of the State of Call- fomia, for the County of San Bernardino. EsUte of WILLIAM A. SVLLWAN, Deceased. Notice is hereby given to the creditors of the above named decedent that aU persons having claims against the said decedent are required to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the clerk of the above entiUed court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at the office of Ban C. A. Smith. Attorney at Law, 105<.^ Orange St, Redlands, California, which is the place of business of the undersigned in all matters pertaining to the estate of said decedent, within six months after the first publication of tills notice. Sated June 21, 1963. BEATRICE STEWART FURLONG, Executrix of the Will of the above named decedent. DAN C A. SMITH, 105% Orange St. Redlands, Calif., 792-3784, Attorney for Executrix. (First publication June 22, 1963) deepest, most unique thoughts of his creation." A pictorial biography of the great Polish composer will be narrated on tomorrow's TV program to accompany Mr. Pollack's mus ic. Selections will include the A minor Etude known as "The Win- terwind;" the E Flat Major Etude Op. 10, which was dedicated to Franz Liszt; the F. Major Ballad the Nocturne in C Sharp Minor and the Familiar A Flat Polona ise. MAK€fRIENOS To make sure you won't forget your thank-you note to a weekend hostess, write it as soon as you get home. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused iumlture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. A TRIBUTE To OUR LAWYERS! The astute lawyer is a philosopher as well as a humanitarian. Your troubles are his troubles. He knows people. He understands character. He is kindly and considerate. On occasion he can be a firebrand, but always in the defense of the client whom he believes in the right Poring over huge legalistic tomes or sincerely defending you in court, he is truly your friend and counselor against the unjust and avaricious. In this community our excellent la\vyers stand as a bulwark against inefficient government Civic pride and betterment are their goals. We salute them today for their magnificent achievements! Auxiliary Hears News Of Legion Convention Mrs. August Mutter, president of American Legion Auxiliary 106, was appointed district representative on the rehabilitation committee during the recent American Legion convention in San Bernardino. Her appointment, and that of Mrs. Ernest Danielson to the constitution and by-laws committee, was announced at the Thursday evening meeting of Unit 106 in the local clubhouse. Mrs. Al Olcovich, the unit's past president, served as senior page at the convention. Also attending were Mrs. Ralph W. Brooks, Mrs. Jack N. Phillips, Mrs. Duane Bickle, Mrs. Mutter and Mrs. Danielson. In her convention report, Mrs. Mutter noted that of the 4200 patients at Palton State hospital, 800 are veterans. Unit 106 will co-host a party for Patton veterans July 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the social therapy hall. A note of thanks was read from Merle P. Kay, director of juvenile hall, for the unit's gift of 76 magazines. Other magazines also went to Norton AFB and to Patton. Mrs. Willie Anderson won the bronze temple bell sent from Japan by Mrs. Ross Huffman, unit past president, as a project for the Girls State fund. Mrs. Anderson then presented the bell to the unit. Mrs. John F. Nies and Mrs. Frederick W. Huish were hostesses for the social hour. BONNIE NAGY Venture Club Organizes For Coming Year President Cora Flo Ellis announced her new committees for the year when Redlands Venture club met V/ednesday evening at the home of Garnet Grigsby, 132 Terracina boulevard, a Soropti- mist member. They include ways and means, Joy Brady, chairman; Edna Grenier, Carolyn Hernandez, Olivia Jiminez, Rita Rust and Lind Spitzer; Service, Lois McClary, chairman; Joy Brady, Velia Regalado, Nancy Robinson, Linda Spitzer and Jan Watson. Social and program, Bemie An^ drade, chairman; Edna Grenier, Lois McClary, Jan Watson; ser geant-at-arms, Linda Spitzer; by laws and assimulation, Carolyn Hernandez, chairman; Bemie Andrade; membership, Nancy Rob inson, chairman,Velia Regalado and Ruta Rust; publicity and his torian, Bemie Andrade and Olivia Jiminez; Soroptimist chairman Essie Walker. Jan Watson was introduced as a new member of the group. During the meeting, Joy Brady, ways and means chairman; reported on the outcome of the pie sale conducted during the Fourtli of July celebration in Sylvan Park All committees will meet soon to set up the new calendar events [for 1963-64 Swimming and dmner preceded the business meeting Wednesday evening. Soroptimists and hus bands attending were JNIr. and Mrs. John Grigsby, Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Harlan and family, Mr. and airs. A. E. Walker and guest Mrs. Billie Dressen. Venturists and guests were Mr, and Mrs. Tony Hernandez and Toni JIarie, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Robinson, Rita Rust, Chuck Hurt Joy Brady, Edna Grenier, Cora Flo Ellis, Olivia Jiminez, Jan Watson, Bemie Andrade and Lois McCiarey. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 32662 Superior Court of the State of California, for the County of San Bernardino. EsUte of CHARLES M. MILLER Deceased. Notice Is hereby given to the creditors of the above named decedent that all persons having claims against the said decedent are required to fUe them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the clerk of the above entiUed court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at the law office of Paul B. Wilson, 306 East State Street, Redlands, CaUfomla, which is the place of business of the undersigned in all matters pertaining to the estate of said decedent, within six months after the first publicaUon of this notice. Dated June 22nd, 1963. WILLIAM HINKLE, Executor of the Win of the above named decedent. PAUL B. WILSON, 306 E. SUte Street, Redlands, Calif., Tel. 792-3373, Attorney for Executor. (First pubUcation June 22, 1963) EVIDENCE RIDES AWAY KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPl) Ralph Anthony, a police patrolman, chased down a hit-and-run driver Friday and returned to the scene of the collision with the culprit. He found that the other mo torist had fled. Q—The bidding has been: Sonth West North Etsi 14k Pass 2* Pass ZJti Pass 3 4 Pass 44k Pass 5V Pass 6* Pass 6V Pass ? ToB, Soofh hold: AAQSeS ^AJI What do you do? A—-Bid six spades. Toor partner is tryioe to set to seven, hnt yon have Amm CTerythin? you ixve. If he wants » sra&d alam let Un hid U himself, TODAYS QCESHOH Tour partner resjxmds- two hearts to your opening spade bid. What do you do, Iioldine: 4AKQJ876 V3 •KSS 4 >83 Answer Monday F «Aimniit CORTNER 221BROOKSiOEiML*Pr2-14tl WE SALUTE OUR TOWN! DON'T BUY until you have seen . . HOLIDAY HILLS -in Redlands V2 ACRE ESTATES VIEW LOTS 4 & 5 Bedrooms -from $27,900 GRAND OPENING July 20th and 21sr Celestial Homes PHONE 793-2613 Triana Spanish Dance Company Returns To Bowl Luisa Triana and Company drew their usual large crowd of Spanish dance aficionados to Redlands Bowl last evening in anticipation of the color and excitement such fare always promises. For some reason, the evening failed to produce the "zip" of former years. The delay in starting the program made the audience restless in the first place. And fine as they are in their respective fields, there was too much of the flamenco singer Miguel Galvez and guitarists Benito Paiacios and Julio de los Reyes. With of course some outstanding exceptions, the choreography was not up to the usual Triana standards and in many of the selections only skimmed the wealth of material with which she usually works so brilliantly. Miss Triana herself was the star of the evening and appeared frequently. Those who missed her famous zapateado at the end of the program missed an exceptional display of virtuosity. It is always a spectacular feat as she performs it — her heel work as rapid as the roll of a drum. Nothing else on the program, otherwise, matched the spirit and flavor of the charming Jota which immediately preceded intermission. This revealed the company at its very best. Jorge Romero provided another highlight with his skilled "Far- ruca" late in the program. Costuming was superb, as al ways. Joseph Abell was the assisting pianist, laboring over the "El Vito" music at the beginning of the program, but having less trouble later. The Optimist club supplied the ushers for the evening and the Junior Chamber of Commerce managed the fruit juice concessions at either side of the Bowl area. Associates of Redlands Bowl were at booths to accept membership contributions. Here, also, copies of Dr. Lawrence E. Nelson's new book, "Only One Redlands," were available. Proceeds go to the Redlands Community Music Association. Naxt week's programs will feature Brian Sullivan, Metropolitan Opera Company tenor, on Tuesday evening and Pianist Daniel Pollack on Friday evening. MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR LEO ADAMS Asistencia Chapel Rites Unite Doris Chester, Leo Adams Certificates Go To More Young Summer Readers The names of "cowboys" and "cowgirls" who completed reading 10 books last week to earn a reading certificate in the sununer Reading Roundup at Smiley library were announced today. They are Candi McDonald, Dawn Duranceau, Mike Free, Mary Lee Fairchild, Susan Bean, Eric Bishop, Ruben Barbo, Patty Edwards, Clifford Young, Cheryl Young, Joni Vander Lugt, Melinda Shaner. Valerie Munoz, Dean McKenzie, Shirley Hopson. Diane Nelson, Benjie Reyna, Cindy Winter, Susan Jorgenson, Freida and Hesper Stroud, Barbara Eliades, Mary and Jack Van, Diana Alhorn, Cynthia and Michael Sermo, Linda Wat, Jim Thompson. Priscilla Alvarez, Ruth Sutton, Nancy Hall, Linda Vasquez, Connie Perry, Teresa Olcovich, Beverly Low, Kathy Hunt, Paige Tidwell, Monida and Gail Diaz, Christina Lloyd, Mark Vander Weit, Carol Regalado, Cynthia Roque, John Roque, Kathy and Louise Hill, Marilyn MacKiimnie, Vicki Yoder, Jimmy Eliades. Sharon Boyer, Debby and Sally Van Roekel, JoAnn Van Leuven, Sandy Ivory, Janet Down, Bonnie and Becky Detrick, Cynthia Arakawa, Lorraine Aguirre, Donald Severin, Melanie Smith, L o r n a Bevier, David Bohmstedt, Sally Serrano, Debbie Perez. Barbara Wanfried, Claire and Joe Swinger, Jody Petersen, Milton and Ted Vander Linde, Jan Hetrick, Jeffrey Wilde, Judy Araujo, Teri Lee, Ben Kahmi, Esther and Dolores Lopez. Ro.xanne and Suzanne Bobbins, Janet Minor, Paul Holdridge, Kelly Vallarreal, Karen Wat, Susan Watts, Eva Montgomery, Steve Stringer, Miguel Roque, Tina Ramirez, Billy Hartzell, Henry Levick, Carol Bouldin, David Rozema, Carol Dick. Bonnie Martin, Ricky Russo, Lesley Day, Judy and Janet Henderson, Allison Mauldin and JIary Stewart. When Doris Annette Chester became the bride of Arthur Leo Adams in the Asistencia Mission chapel July 3, she wore a wedding dress fashioned by her mother. Doris is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill E. Chester, 138 East Pioneer avenue. Her bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Adams of San Bernardino. The 8 o'clock nuptials were read by Jacob R. Sandberg of the Church of the Gospel in San Bernardino. About 90 guests were present. Doris' ballerma length dress was of peau de sole and lace, the lace bodice accented with covered buttons at the back and long tapered sleeves. Her shoulder length veil fell from a rhinestone-studded crown and she carried an arrangement of white carnations with white orchid center. Mrs. Paul Sandberg of Hemet, cousin of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. Her dress was a blue pleated sheath and her flowers were pink carnations with baby rosebuds. The bridegroom's brother, Ray Adams, was his best man. John Adams, a cousin, and Gary Chester, brother of the bride, ushered. Lighting the candles before the ceremony was Sandra Zimmerman in pink chiffon with a wristlet of white carnations. Pink and white gladioli, blue and white chrysanthemums and white stock were used in decoration and white pew bows marked the chapel aisle. Organist for the evening, Jeannie Thorpe, played "Because", "I Love You Truly" and the wedding processional and recessional. Mrs. Chester chose a sheath dress of pink shantung with lace jacket for the wedding and the reception following in the mission garden. The bridegroom's mother wore lavendar chiffon. Assisting during the reception were Carol Chester, sister of the bride, and Mary Jo Chester, a sister-in-law, who served, and Nancy Carlisle who took charge of the guest book. Out of town guests present included Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Chester Sr. of Visalia, grandparents of the bride; Jlrs. Haulby Mayfield of Norman, Okla., great-aunt of the bride, and Jlr. Mayfield; and Mr. and JIrs- John L. Adams of Las Vegas, Nev. Mr. Adams is an uncle of the bridegroom. After a honeymoon spent at a mountain resort, the young newlyweds returned to their home at 24823 Laurelwood in San Bemar dino where the bridegroom is employed. He graduated from Pacific High school in San Bemar- dmo in 1962. The bride graduated in June from Redlands High school with the class of 1963 and is employed by the Title Insurance and Trust Company in San Bernardino. Pilot missing Redlands Daily f ocf A Saturday, July 13,19^ Vander Yens Welcomed Back To Redlands Honoring Major (USAF, Ket.> and Mrs. Harry W. Vander Ven and theu- family, a barbecue picnic was a recent event in Sylvan Park. Mrs. Vander Ven is the former Dorothy Forsyth. The family, which includes Sharon. 18; Dennis, 15, and Arlene, 5 have been stationed at Goose Air Force Base, Goose Bay, Labrador, immediately preceding his returement. Daughter Sharon returned to California a year ago and is a student at the University of California at Riverside. The family is staying temporarily with Major Vander Ven's mother, Mrs. W. A. Vander Ven, 436 Chestnut aveiue. Included in the piouc group were Mrs. W. A. Vander Ven, Mr. and Mrs. Lorill Forsyth, Mrs. Vander Ven's parents; Mr, and Mrs, David Eisenbise and daughters, Kerrill and Mandy who were hosts for the affair. Relatives coming from out of town were Michael Bevis of South San Francisco, Mrs, Winona Perry, Marvin Perry, Mr, and Mrs. John Wentworth with Craig and Brenda, all of Chino; JIrs. Virolla McKee of Los Angeles; Mrs. Lois Williams of Pomona; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Epperson with Patricia and Charles of Pasadena; and Mr- and Mrs, Charles Hunt and children of Long Beach. SAN DIEGO (UPI)-Navy and Coast Guard searchers today reported no trace has been found of the Navy pilot son of a vice president of the Grumman Aircraft Co. of Long Island, N,Y, Cmdr. Joseph F. Bolger, 40, was reported missing after his FSB Demon jet crashed during a landing attempt on the Aircraft Carrier Oriskany which was conducting night operations about 75 miles west of here Thursday. B.P.W. Names Delegates To Convention The patio at the home of Fayette Woods, 116 Center street, was the setting for the Wednesday evening buffet supper and meeting of Redlands Business and Professional Woman's club. During the evening, Doris Munro read a memorial for Haia Confclin, charter member of the club who died suddenly July 3, Agnes Espelin and Janet Jordan were elected delegates to San Oreo District convention July 28 in Ontario with Grace Keiffer and Dorothy Rutherford elected alternates, Marion Zimmerman was appointed orientation chairman by the president, Elizabeth Malpass, Betty Russell is the new chairman of the past presidents group. Games were played later in the evening to conclude the summer meetmg. Guests of the club were Joanne Burton, Doris Sheppherd, Edith Strobridge, Catherine Waldrop, Bertie Kruegel, Mrs, Louise Desplaines, Connie Boston, Florence O'Neil, Rhea Jones and Marie Welch, 6/rfMqr JULY U R. H. Pinney Lowell Edwards Scottie Gaustad Gary Taylor Bill Curtis Walter R. Richardson Dick Ferguson Paul Byma Dennis Allen Eddie Chacon, Jr. James T. Cafes Tern Goodman, Jr. Robert Haislip JULY IS Brian Deis Raymond D. Bewlby Sidney Creacy Judson Sanderson W. F. Freeman, III Harry Cakes James Brintnali Art Becse Harry W. Myers Sherman Pearson Capt. Nerbcrt Sehuek Russell Filer Thomas J. Fitipatriek Guy C. Wilson Mtppy BirtWey from 11 E. Stata Ph. PY 3-2503 DOWNTOWN REDUNDS SAM BrKMABDIHa SAN BCKNAUINO KVRSIOK HEOUNOS THE BEAVER MEDICAL CLINIC ANNOUNCES THE ASSOCIATION OF ROBERTA. SMITH, M.D. WITH KENNETH O. GHORMIEY, M.D. IN THE" PRACTICE OF UROLOGY 24 Hour Telephone — 793-2841 2 West Fern Avenue, Redlands Three Way Strapless Bandeau by ]antzen The wonderful magic of Curvallura nylon [ace bra lifts natural contours ... 3 way straps can be worn conventional, halter, strapless. White. 32-36, A, B ^5.95 Lycro® spandex split hip long leg panty girdle, white. 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