Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 15, 1963 · Page 3
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MRS. CHARLES M. KNIGHT Knight-Childears Vows Exchanged In Los Angeles Baptist Chapel Soon to be at home at 2831 Lo.s Oliyos lane in La Crescenta are newly married Mr. and Mrs. Charles Milton Knight (Carolyn Lucille Childears) who exchanged vows in a 2 o'clock ceremony Saturday afternoon. Dr. Oliver DeWilt Cummings officiated for ihe nuptials performed in Francis chapel of the Los Angeles First Baptist church. The bride, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Childears of Canon City, Colo., wore a dress of silk and cotton lace over pink satin, designed with rounded neckline and bell shaped skirt. Her bouquet contained white roses, stephanotis and pink cymbidium orchids. Matron of honor and the bride's only attendant was Mrs. Harrj' Brlde-Elecf Of Mike Moseley Feted At Parfy Honoring bride-elect Linda Kay Barrett of Bloomington, soon to wed Michael Moseley of Redlands, a miscellaneous shower was given recently at the home of Mrs. Arthur L. Bugbee, 1055 West Highland avenue. Hostesses with Mrs. Bugbee were Mrs. Fred Workman, Mrs. Stephen Bugbee and Mrs. K. E. Fletcher. Guests were entertained around the poolside and included Mmes. Lois Barrett, R. G. Barrett and James Norton; and Miss Nancy Norton, all of Bloomington; Mrs. Ward Bankert of San Bernardino. Mmes. Harry Moseley, Gilbert Becker and Barbara, Ann Berry, M. Chauncey, William Kiley and Kathy, Morris Cantley Lewis I. Pierce, George Soper and Jasper Bailey; and Barbara Workman and Sara Bugbee. lOOF GRAND MASTER HERE TOMORROW District Deputy Grand Master of Beaumont will pay an official visit to Redlands I.O.O.F. lodge tomorrow evening. Q—The bidding has been: Sontb West North East 1 4 7ass 2 V Pass Yon, South, hold:. 4AKQJ876 V3 4K65-4-S3 What do you do? A —BU tour spades! Yonr hand b just about minimnm in high cards, but your partner has shown at least 10 or II points sad yoa want to be in game. TODAY'S QUESTION Your jjartner continues with five diamonds. '^Vhat do you do now? Answer Tomorrow MAHRESS AND UPHOLSTERY CUSTOM MADE MATTRESSES Fr— Piek-Up and Delivtry Fri* Estimates BANNER Mattress & Upholstery Co. 122 CAJON Pr 3-5851 Buchanan. Her dress was fashioned of poudre blue Japanese cotton eyelet and she held a bouquet of pink crj'santhemums. Robert M. Knight stood with his brother as best man while another brother, William H. Knight, and a brother-in-law, Roscoe V. Stroud, ushered. Gordon McMillan was organist for the wedding and Mrs. Wilbur Clark was soloist. Assisting during the reception at the church were Mrs. John Pachel and Mrs. Elliott Cowdray. Miss Levada Good circulated the guest book. The couple are honejinooning at Carmel. A graduate of Ottawa University in Kansas and the University of Denver, the bride has been most recently employed as supervising serials librarian at Los Angeles State College library. From I9S3 to 1958 she was catalog librarian at the University of Redlands library. The bridegroom, son of Charles E. Knight, 101 Dearborn street, is a graduate of the University of Redlands and of John Brown University in Arkansas. He is now employed as television engineer, KTTV transmitter on Mt. Wilson. The garden at the home of Mrs. Elsie Rowe, 1390 Tourmaline avenue, Mentone, was the setting for the Saturday evemng weddmg of her niece, Sharon (Sandy) Hansen, and Gordon Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson of Santa Barbara. Rev. Ivan Bell of the First Baptist church of Redlands officiated at the 9 o'clock nuptial ceremony for which the garden was illuminated with hurricane lamps forming a path for the bridal party. White and pink floweres filled baskets and jardinieres, adding effectively to the natural charm of the garden settmg. Only members of the family and intimate friends were present and remained for a reception un- mcdiately following the ceremony. The bride wore a pink embroidered sheath of organza lined in taffeta. She carried white roses. Ann Sherman, her traveling companion in Europe last year and who will be married in August to Loring Dales of Los Angeles, was maid of honor. Bob Newcomb, a teaching assistant at the University of California at Santa Barbara, attended the bridegroom as best man. Sandy, as the bride is known to her many friends, was president of the Associated Student Body at Redlands in her senior year at Redlands High school. She was a member of the Class of 193C. After graduation from the University of Redlands in 1960, she taught English for one year at San Marcos High school in Santa Barbara. This was followed by a year of travel in Europe from which she returned last February. Next year she will teach at Capucino High school in San Bruno. Her bridegroom is a 1957 graduate of the University of California at Santa Barbara and has taken graduate work at U.C.L.A. He hs also taught at San Marcos High school and will be a member of the San Carlos High school faculty ne.xt year, teaching social sciences. Programs To Mark End Of YWCA Classes This final week of summer class activities at the YWCA will feature craft displays, a drama program and a fashion show. Eighty-five girls from fifth grade through junior high school have participated in the program, according to Mrs. Lealand Purvis, teen-age director. The creative drama class, under direction of Miss Barbara Cechmanek, will present a program for parents at 2:30 p.m. Thursday in the residence building. An arts and crafts display will be from 2 to 4 p.m. in the patio that same day. Jlrs. Beverly Weisbere, Mrs. Rosemary Hite and Mrs. Winifred Knight have been teachers for these sections. Friday at 7:30 p.m., 30 girls from the sewing class taught by Mrs. Mildred Hinckley will present a fashion show for their parents in the residence building. Rita Cox will be narrator. Space Age Living classes at the Edison Company for junior and senior high school girls will continue through July and August. They are open without charge to all y\VCA members by registering at the office. The last of four summer program Wednesday night dances, sponsored by the YWCA, will be from 8 p.m. to midnight Wednesday in the activities building. Music will be by "The Hustlers" and there will be a snoall admission charge. HENSLEYS AND GUESTS VISIT LAS VEGAS Recent guests at Hotel Fremont in Las Vegas, Nevada, were Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hensley, 2094 Anzio street, Mentone; then: houseguests for the past two weeks. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Catitie of West Bridgewater, Mass.; and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hensley, 522 LyUe street. '-"so differentr Specializing in Original Decorative Accessories Gifts & Cards • Cuitem.r Parking Val!dat «l • Too May Park ia Front 221 East Statt Halan Vawter Aero« from stcnritr Bank Jatsia Vawtar ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Sandy Hansen Weds Gordon Jackson n Saturday Evening Garden Nuptials Redlands Takes Spofligbf Af MTA Convenf/on During the recently concluded annual convention of the California Music Teachers Association in Sacramento, last Tuesday became "Redlands Day." In the morning. Dr. Paul Pisk, former director of the University of Redlands school of music, presented a lecture on "JIusic Analysis as an Aid to Performance." Dr. Pisk has been in more recent years professor of musicology at the University of Te.xas in Austin. Herbert Horn, pianist and until this year a member of the University of Redlands school of music faciiifs', gave the evening recital and a talk on the piano music of Bela Bartok. At the noon luncheon on Tuesday, favors and publicity pertaining to Redlands were featured. The state convention is planned to be conducted in Redlands ne.\t summer. Brochures of Redlands Bowl, the University of Redlands and the community were at each luncheon place. Helen <Mrs. Leo) Daun of Jlen- tone, past president of the state association and currently state chairman for extension, made her report during the Wednesday morning session and was also among those honored at the even- mg banquet honoring state past presidents. Mrs. Daun presented the charter to the new Garden Grove chapter. Dorothy (Mrs. Robinson) Allen of Redlands was installed as a director during the Thursday installation ceremonies. Attending the convention from the Redlands area were Mrs. Daun, Mr. and Jlrs. Robinson Allen, Margaret Pierce and Muriel Spelman. AARP PARK PICNIC SET FOR WEDNESDAY Redlands chapter of the American Association of Retired Persons plans a special summer event for Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in Sylvan Park's Area A. Members are asked to bring their own table service for the covered dish supper. Coffee and iced tea will be provided. Fun games will follow for entertainment. Those mterested in the tour to Catalina July 26 are reminded to make reservations immediately to avoid disappointment They may contact Jlrs. Daisy Richard, 620 Monterey street, for further information. You'll Find a Ready Market Thru Fast-Actmg Facts Classified Ads Tlie Stttdio of HINGHAM MRS. GORDON JACKSON "Af Home" Creations Dominate Fall Fashion Field In Glamorous Manner By GAY PAULLEY UPl Women's Editor NEW YORK (UPI) -Fashion designers go all out for at-home clothes for fall and winter. Not since the days of the marabou-trimmed, velvet hostess gown have women had such opportunity to slink around their livujg room and play the glamour role. At-home clothes, ahnost all of them floor length, are so numerous in the fall and winter collections of New York manufacturers that after a while you wonder whether anybody goes out. The collections are bemg shown to the nation's visiting fashion reporters with some designers showing as members of the New York Couture Group which for 20 years has staged its semi-annual "National Press Week," and others m the American Designer Series, a newly formed group. Not For Chores The at-home clothes are not meant for doing the dishes or wiping off the baby's cereal. They're for the leisure house- created in fabulous velvets crepes, brocades, metallics and lames. Most are skirted. A fe\v have the divided culolte skirt. And some are skinny trousers, in a few instances done in broadtail fur. All stress luxury, and the designer Fernando Sarmi went so far as to put diamond buttons on some of his leisure wear designs. Sylvia Kaplan, designer at Nat Kaplan, a firm which showed its collection Thursday, favored the covered up look for at-home clothes. White matelasse (one of the crinkly surfaced fabrics abundant in the new collections) was shaped into a princess silhouette ending with a cathedral train. Other at-home costimies were in tinted, pale brocades with uplifted waistline. Donald Brooks for Townley showed a group of one-piece coveralls in white, silver and lime brocade for at-home. Many came with long, sleeveless coats. Anne Klein of Junior Sophisticates dubbed a group of lounge fashions the "kitten's pajamas." These were bell-bottomed pajamas in black crepe with ruffled bottoms and worn with ruffle- trimmed overblouses. The firm of Hattie Carnegie, continuing the name of its late founder, included a group of velvet skirts and jackets for home dressmg up. Bodices were in paisley lame. Bill Blass, the head designer for Maurice Renfner, produced slim trousers in tartan plaid, plus white turtle neck sweaters of jersey, and the final topping of tailored floor length coat m the same plaid material. Oriental Touch Hannah Troy added oriental styling to at-home dresses in matelasse, brocade and silk crepe. Miss Troy's day time clothes shown Wednesday included a group of rugged looking coats in whipcord and melton, topping simply cut, slim-waisted town dresses. Winter white and camel were used for many of the topcoats with jewel toned dresses beneath. Two daytime suits came with calfskin blouses, one dyed to ape the Dalmatian's spots, the other to resemble leopard. Highlights of other collections shown Wednesday: Origmala—Clean line and fine tailormg marked the collection from this firm which makes coats only. Silhouettes varied from shaped coats to the straight, to the moderately full. Coolers for winter included a pale, frosty blue, oyster white, camel, plus the bright reds, kelly green and hunter pink. Branell—This firm continued a Branell signature of dress paired with jacket. One series combined black crepe dresses with bright wool jackets, cut along the trim lines of the Spencer. Fur and fabric were teamed throughout the collection. Furs included over- blouses as part of the costume, Redlands Daily Facts Monday, July 15, 1963 -3 HUNSLEYS ENTERTAIN WISCONSIN GUESTS Oliver Jones Jr. and his father, Oliver Jones Sr. of Fall River, Wise, and a cousin, Elliott Roberts from Columbus, Wise, have returned to their homes after spending a week in Redlands at the Roy Hunsley home, 72 Eureka street, and visiting many places of interest in Southern California. The junior Mr. Jones made his home with the Hunsleys for over two years while stationed at George Air Force Base. a dress with fur jerkin, and poncho topping in f^r. Paul Fames—This manufacturer, for three generations in ready- to-wear, launched a new fashion design team, Fernando Bosc, of Spanish ancestrage, and Karen Strk, formerly with Harvey Serin and winner of a number of design awards. Silhouette for day costumes was slhn, easy-fitting, including numerous overblouses. Miss Stark, who specializes in the evening wear department, included boxy, swagger jackets over long, sleek dresses. The Bosc suits came with lacy overblouses in sheer worsted or ribbed silk matched to the tissue wool jacket linings. DOWNTOWN REDLANDS July Housewares Event Universal Hand Mixer Extra power and larger beaters for beating, whipping, mashing and blending faster. 3 speeds, special release pop out $Q88 beaters, white with golden accents. Model 6242 O G.E. Steam and Dry Iron Now iron all fabrics perfectly — even wash 'n wear, low temperature steaming and even-heat soleplate. Exclusive even-flow steam- $Q88 dry iron, too. For right or left handed ironing. Model No. 770. / Universal "Coffiesta" Popular 4 to 10 cup silvery chrome over copper. All the automatic features to make coffee fast, to exact choice of ^"j T 88 mild, medium, or strong. Model 4580 | | G.E. Atomotic Reflector Toaster Unique reflected heat — toasts both sides at once. Toast bread. English muffins, open-faced cheese sandwiches, buttered toast. Ifs automatic — toasts desired shade and shuts offi Up front $088 convenient controls. Model T 15 X 4 ^.^Ata^J*. U™-»Jt*»:ifcfc Corning Ware For Pafio Cooking and Serving Cook and serve in versatile Corning Ware on your patio this summer. You'll love the convenience, the easy elegonce of this heat-proof, cold- proof ware for casual dining. Corning ware Electronic Self-Timing 154 qt. Saucepan -.$29.95 1 qt. Saucepan with Lid .$3.95 Vh qt. Saucepan with Lid $4.50 V& qt. Saucepan with Lid $4.95 2V4 qt. Saucepan with Lid $6.95 VU qt. Party Buffet $8.95 Royal Buffet $10.95 6-cup Teapot $6.95 Electric Skillet $29.95 7" Skillet with lid 43.95 9" Skillet with Lid $5.95 10" Skillet with Lid $8.95 6-cop Percolator .$9.95 9-cup Percolator _ -.$10.95 10-cup Electric Percolator .....$29.95 HOUSEWARES-BASEMENT-HARRIS' c m Revere Ware Designer's Group Copper Core Stainless Steel Gleaming stainless inside and out for easy cleaning . . . with o solid copper core that spreads heat rapidly, cooks foods faster. Slim-line Bakelite handles with retractable hanging ring. Interchangeable covers with safety- grip finger guards. $9.95 mi a. 8 inch Covered Skillet.. 10 inch Covered Skillet .....$l2.95 b. 1 qt. Covered Saucepan.— $6.95 VA qt. Covered Saueepan ..$8.25 2 qt. Covered Saucepan— $9.95 3 qt. Covered Saucepan ....$10.95 4 qt. Covered Saucepan ._$11.95 c. 5 qt. Covered Sauce Pot... $14.95 d. 8-eup Percolator, solid stainless steel 1^13.95 e. 2 qt. Covered Double Boiler. $14.95 f. 2 qt. Solid Stainless Steel Whistling Tea Kettle $7.50 3 qt. Solid Stainless Steel - Whistling Tea Kettle $8.95 HOUSEWARES-BASEMENT-HARRIS' trAnn wmcmt

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