Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 19, 1963 · Page 3
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MR. AND MRS. RUSSELL JOHN GROUT Pholo by Keale Adair, Colion Grout-Newell Ceremony Performed In Colton Nazarene Church A honeymoon at the coast fol lowed the July 12 wedding of Linda Lee Newell of Colton and Russell John Grout of Redlands who exchanged vows in the Church of the Nazarene in Colton. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Eunice Newell of Colton and Dennis Newell of Riverside, was given in marriage by her father, mr. and Mrs. John Gardner, 25761 3Iira Jlonte, are the bridegroom's parents. Baskets of slock and gladioli were used with candelabra in decorating the church for the ceremony. Rev. Ray C. Moore, pastor of the church, was the officiating minister. The bride's dress of organza over satin was designed withshort sleeves, scoop neckline on the fitted bodice and lace medalions appliqued on the bouffant skirt. A sequin and pearl crown held her fingertip length veil. A white orchid was surrounded by carnations and stephanotis in her cascade bridal bouquet. Rosalee Beard, wearing a blue lace sheath dress and carrying a colonial bouquet of blue carnations, was maid of honor. In pink lace and carrj-ing pink carnations was Mrs. Terry Prim, bridesmaid. Larry Harris was best man and Ron Kluth, Glen Gardner and David Henderson ushered. Music was provided by Gay Lee at the organ and Dave Howard, soloist. Immediately follou-ing (he ceremony the nearly 200 guests adjourned to the church hall for the wedding reception. Reception assistanls included Mrs. Elvyn Lee and Betty Ramuz Advenflsf Services REDLANDS SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST 520 Brookside avenue. Elder Ben L. Hassenpflug Sabbath school 9:30. Morning worship 10:50, MENTONE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Melvic Turner, pastor. Sabbath school, 9:30. Morning worship 11:00, The Saturday meetings are held in the Congregational church, corner o£ Beryl 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 SEVENTHDAY ADVENTIST HILL CHURCH W. K. Chapman, pastor. H. E. Beltz Jr.. associate pas- for. Sabbath school, 9:30 Satvirday. Worship, 11:00. Vesgers, Sundown Saturday. Young people, 7:30 p.m. Friday. Services translated for the deaf. who completed Ihe cutting of the cake; Wanda Kendall and Beverly Johnson at the punch bowls; Carolyn O'Brien and Joyce Gardner receiving the gifts and Ann Waldron at the guest book table. The young couple will make their home in Colton. The bride attended Colton High school and the bridegroom, now employed by the Lee Roofing Company in Redlands, attended Redlands High school. Reading Club Cerfifkafe Li si Grows Summer reading has been a popular pastime with many young boys and girls of this area who have been interested in the '•Reading Roundup" conducted at Smiley library. Latest to complete reading 10 books for a special certificate are Julie Hart, Karen Hughes, Craig Chastain, Christine Spwigeon, Charies Segovia, Gigi Crane, Bruce Gibson, Linda Ramsey, Paul Lappinga, Kim Wanfried. Ginny Harrigan, Janet, Philip and Steven Bowersox, Philip Horner, Peggy Berg, June and John Perrj', Scott Lawrence, Jeanie Wunderlich, Kim Kajiatani, Brad Grubel, Yvonne Araujo, Gloria Quintero, Maria Falcon, Katliy Arrenda. Cindy Moore. Ellco John Davis, Bobby Boyb. Lauren and Lynn Kaven, Cindy Glass, Yvonne Smith. Rachel Lindeman, Sherrill and Shirley Gritters. Glenn McCusker, Stanley Painter, Debbie Sutterfield, Linda Surber. Robert Thompson, Carol Thompson, Georgia Cline, Patricia Bailey, Debra Landry, Carol Rose, -Alary Kay Barich, Cheri Rose, Heidi Carver, Carol Cruz, David Cruz, Barbara Swisher, Mary De Young. Evelyn Reynosa, Chris Norby, Mclinda Reynosa, David Young, Richard Cridelich, Cynthia Murray, Roxana Bennett. Michael Burke, Jay Bartman, Linda Perry, Ma.xine Tate, Renae Dahl, Joellen Andrews, Antoinette Roque, Mary Arzaga, Cathy Dixon, Anne Carpenter, Allen Parmenter, Chuck Poole, Mike Jacinto, Ricky Byer, Jeff Byer, Susie Johnson. Teri Shirtcliff, Tommy Shirtcliff, Ronnie Ortez, Jerry and Kay Scott, Keith Brown, Sarah Stasch, Karen Carver. Chris Merrill, Marc Simkins, Leslie Daniel, Judy Encke, Carol Moehle, Kathe McAndrew, Gay Van Roekel, David Penn, Cathy Collms, Kathy Green. Lisa Platz, Kirk Platz, Linda Jarmon, Peggy Poole, Bobby Goodrich, Bobby Atkinson, Debbie Duranceau, Jimmy Snyder, Freddie Clark, Cheryl and Katy Webb, Peggy O'Reily, Terianne and Michad Trapp, Melinda and Mike Fulton, Wendy Brown, Larry McConnehey, Len and Donna Howell and Robert Spyksma. SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad ANNUAL mumsio HAWAII ESCORTED AIR TOUR 14 FUN FILLED DAYS LEAVES AUGUST 4Nf For Complete Information and Literature — Come To CLEMIAU 298 E. CITRUS LAURA CREATURA Phone 793-2555 MDUNDS MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Trudith Boer, Kenneth DeWitf To Wed On Anniversary Of Parents September 3, the date when parents of both the bride-elect and prospective bridegroom were wed, is the date selected by Tru dith Boer and Kenneth DeWitt for theur marriage. The engagement is announced today by Trudy's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Boer, 1639 West Colton avenue. Kenny is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. DeWitf, 22 East Highland avenue. Trudy graduated from Redlands High schol in 1961 and is nmv employed in the trust department of the Bank of America in Redlands. Her fiance graduated in 1959 from Redlands High school, after which he attended San Bernardino Valley college. He will shortly complete two years of active service in the U.S. Navy. The nuptials will be solemnized in the First Christian Reformed church on the 26th anniversarj- of Trudy's parents and the 27lh of Kenny's parents. Six From Here .eave Tomorrow On Orient Tour Six Redlanders will be among the 32 passengers leaving tomorrow on a month's trip to the Orient. The group consists of southland teachers, some accompanied by members of their famiUes, who are due to return August 18. Clara Mae Clem of Redlands has been serving as coordinator for the summer vacation tour. Also boarding the plane tomorrow will be Lois Fair Knox, Maurine .Minnick, Katharine Van Dyke and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hinckley. -Mrs. Hinckley is a member of the Teachers Recreation Association committee which has sponsored the group tour. Stops will be made in Hawaii, Japan, Formosa, Hong Kong. Thailand. Singapore, Malaya and The Philippines. Shower Fetes Bride-Elect Sandra Moo/mon Pre-nuplial courtesies honoring Sandra Maatman, who will become the bride of Frederick Arth August 2, have included a recent miscellaneous shower given by Carol Winters and Maysell .Wiles Redlands Daily Facts Friday, July 19, 1963 - 3 at the later's home, 1368 North Wabash, Mentone.. Guests included Mrs. Harvey Maatman and Mrs. Aaron Ath, mothers of the engaged couple, Linda Arth, Fred's sister; Mrs. Linda Huizinga and Vickie Maatman, sisters of the bride-elect. .Also Mrs. Richard Campbell, Joan Soto, Patricia Beeler, Ruth Clark, Joan Phillips, Mary Rob­ erts, Judy Shaw, Sandy Tyler, Bev Wiles and the hostesses. Sending gifts were Carolyn Ber- hurum. Yvonne Bell, Bess Inder- wiesche, Jo Ann Huizenga, Carol Melugin and Jlickey Riley. 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