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2 — Monday.. June 3,1957 Redlands Dally fetts Guild Gives Farewell Party For Mrs. Huffman Members of St. Perpetua's guild o£ Trinity Episcopal church met] Friday evening at the home of the Misses Blanche and Madie E. Dague, 203 West Olive avenue, in a farewell gesture fori Mrs. Renella Huffman who leftj today to make her home in the Odd Fellows Home at Saratoga, Calif. " Bed roses decorated the living room and larkspur was arranged for the hall. The coffee table, where Miss Edith Haverty poured, was decorated with pink can-j dies and a cut bowl of pink hollyhocks. During the evening, Mrs. Huffman was given a pen and pencil set and a box of notepaper as al farewell gift. Miss Mary Coulter, who leaves early this month forj a summer in Europe, was also given a box of notes as a travel gift. » Present were the Misses Edna 1 Appeli, Coulter, Marie Entz, Ha-i verty, Edith Maynard, Grace Minot; and Mmes. Bertha Clift, Barbara Clisdell, Doris Munro Glen Danielson, William Middle-] ton, Anne Welton, Ira Thomas, Claude Rhodes, Ann Wentworth J. R. Prescott, James Gordon, Mary Grinnell; the honoree and the two hostesses. i Also sending greetings were] Mrs. Bertha Harper, Mrs. Lewis, Danielson, Isabel Titus and Gladys Roby. MRS. WILLIAM RUSSELL BECKMAN Photo by Wm. Elmer Kingham Sandra Ralston And Bridegroom William Beckman To Live In Texas A reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Ralston, 314 Franklin avenue, followed the wedding of their daughter, Sandra Elizabeth, and William Russell Beckman of Fort Worth. Texas, Saturday afternoon: Rev. Dwight Ball performed' i he ceremony at 2:30 o'clock in i he Chapel of the Grail at the Kirst Congregational church. Erwin Ruff was at the organ and D. J. Stewart was soloist, singing "The Lord's Prayer." The bride, who moved to Red- When You Thinfc ot I PHOTOGRAPHS I HE SI OOIO Of WM. ELMER <§§K!NGHAM Portr^lW- — Weddtns* — Candidal "Babies - Children - Commercial! land with her family from Cleveland Ohio, just a month ago, was dressed in soft beige chiffon with bouffant skirt. Her hat was a large m i 1 a n straw, flower, trimmed, and she carried an arrangement of cattleya, brassia] and cymbidium orchids. Mr. Ralston gave his daughter's hand in marriage. Little Christine Raab, eight- year-old cousin of the bride from Fullerton, was flower girl in dusty pink frock. Phil Francais performed the duties as both best man and usher. Two seven-branch candelabra with clover pink candles and flower arrangements of imperial ccutIf MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Cope Jr. High Classes To Give Style Show Cope Junior High school's homemaking classes will present a fashion show entitled "Cope Originals" tomorrow at 3:30 on the school patio. Mary Ann Welch has written a script for the show which will be read by Mary Poston. There will be four groups modeled, school dresses, sports wear, special occasoin clothes and a summer wardrobe for teens from Her Majesty." Clothes to be shown by the girls were made in the homemaking classes. Mrs. Frank Sexton of "Her Majesty" and Mrs. Sue Graber have given the girls professional modeling instructions. * Refreshments will be served at the close of the show by the Fu ture Homemakers club. Joyce Cranmer Notes Birthday On h°r 11th birthday Saturday, Joyce Cranmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Cranmer, 425 Campbell street, was joined by a group of friends at Skateland for a skat-l ing party. In the group were Susan Bart -i ley, Brooke Hurlbut, Nancy Blumenberg, Tommy Hales, Bobby Reiter, Tony Power, Donna Hill, Sally Van Dorin, Michael Cleaver, Cherry Parker and Joyce's sister, Dana. RENT TOOLS HERE Lawn Tillers, Power Mowers, Paint oprayevs. Hedge Trimmers, S*w», Floor Polishers, Drills, Sanders. From 25c per hour. House & Lawn Hardware Cotton and Orange—Open Sunday! daisies in the same color provided an attractive background tor the nuptials. The bridegroom, son of Mrs. L. W. Hedman p f Edwardsburg, Michigan, and the late C. L. Beckman, graduated in engineering from Purdue University. His mother came to Redlands for the wedding. The bride's schools include 1 Centenary Junior College for 1 Women at Hackettstown, New Jersey, and the University of Florida. After a wedding trip to Palm Springs, Phoenix, Arizona, and points of interest in the west, Mr. and Mrs. Beckman will continue on to Fort Worth where they will make their home. White Shrine Party Night Fetes Officers Two hundred and fifty members and visitors attended the Redlands White Shrine party; honoring supreme honorary and elective officers in Masonic Tempie Saturday night. Guests were present from as far north as Santa Barbara and east to Yuma, Arizona. Minnie Zimmer, noble prophetess, was general chairman for the evening. On the committee were Mr. .and Mrs. Rudolph] Klenik, Raymond Zimmer and Mr. and Mrs. William Kelly. Next Sunday at 7 p.m. all officers are asked to attend the practice for ceremonial. The next bazaar sewing bee is set for June 11, 7:30 p.m., at the home of W. H. Thorn, 214 West Cypress ave- REUNION COMMITTEE MEETING TONIGHT Final plans for the 25th year] reunion of Redlands High School class of 1932 wiK be made this evening at 7:30 al a meeting at| the home of Mrs. William F. Nance, 1608 Dwight street. Doyle Rutherford, reunion chairman, has requested all committee members to be present. Reservations for the dinner June 22 at the Orange Show cafeteria must be made with Marion Poyzer by June 15. English Libretto To Be Used For "Die Fledermaus' A witty libretto, an impression-j istic set and lively action will mark this year's Zanja Fiesta pro duction at the University of Red lands. Scheduled for showing at 8:30] p.m. on June 8 is Johann Strauss' 'Die Fledermaus." The outdoor! Greek Theater will be draped and decorated to suggest a Viennese setting. Miss Edrie Sellick of the music faculty, director for the Fiesta, anhounces that the Martin libertto in English will be used. Introduced at the Metropolitan Opera] Company, it stresses the wit of! the German original. Matching the cleverness of the libretto will be a variety of dancing in the production which aims at being thoroughly modern, Miss Sellick 1 says, Herself a singer, Miss Sellick has had experience in many areas of the music world. She has been asked by Boris Goldovsky to assist him for a second time this summer with the leadership program at the Berkshire Festival in Lennox, Mass., and to take part.for the second time in the Opera Workshop in Pittsburgh One of the biggest productions in years at the University, the performance will feature out-| standing student soloists, the Con cert Choir directed by Erwinl Ruff and dancers trained by Miss Billy Ruth Mote, also a faculty] member. The University - Community Symphony Orchestra of Redlands conducted by Edward C. Tritt, its founder, will play for the opera. The Zanja Fiesta, f a m o u throughout the Pacific Southwest, is the oldest tradition at the Uni versity, having first been celebrated in the spring of 1910. It will climax Alumni Day activities on the eve of commencement exercises at the University and will be open to the public. Tickets will be available at the performance and may be obtained earlier at the University's Student Union, A CLOSING $ 15,000 IN L GROCERIES FRUIT OUT GROCERIES PUNCH BREAK—Taking time out for refreshment during the party for ninth graders in the girls' gymnasium at Redlands High School Friday night were these party guests, being served by Mrs. James Porch, left, and Mrs. Roland Miller, next to her, in Japanese costume. Next to Mrs. Miller, front row, are Roberta Keagan, Tom Pinto, Dianne Owen and Sue Davidson. The two boys standing in back are, left to right, Larry Fast and David Hoyt. Barely visible over Larry's shoulder is Boyd Johnson of the faculty. MRS. MEACHAM HONOR GUEST AT BIRTHDAY PARTY A Saturday luncheon at the home of Mrs. Geneva Reiter, 514 Lime street, was given in honor of Mrs. Reiter's mother, MrsJ Mattie Meacham, in celebration of her 90th birthday* Pink and white floral decorations were used for the party with a birthday cake and candles carrying out the same colors on the luncheon table. Guests were Mmes. A. Heim, Eva Smith, Edna Cbmbs, Abbie! Eisenbarger, Myrtle Smith, Arminta Zingery, Bertha Workman and the honoree. Mrs. Meacham, who makes her home "with her daughter in Red-j lands, is leaving soon for Corcoran, California, to spend the summer months with another daughter, Mrs. Rene Brunei Ninth Graders Dance In Japanese Setting During Party In Their Honor and VEGETABLES (BREAD NOT INCLUDED) -No time to change Prices- UGAR COFFEE TOBACCO Eastern Star Reception Honors Mildred Raymer Mildred Raymer, deputy grand matron of the 84th district of the grand chapter, Order of Eastern Star, was honored at a reception recently in Redlands Masonic temple. Mrs. Isabel Moore, past matron] of Copa del Oro chapter, was mistress of ceremonies. Honorary marshals were Lois Stuart and Rosalyn Sedgwick, while Lois Maxwell was Bible bearer. Mrs. Raymer's escort was Grover Chandler. Ivah Petersen, past matron of Copa del Oro chapter, was soloist, and Evelyn Johnson was organist. Five chapters of the 84th district participated in the reception. Presiding officers were Grace Behrens, worthy matron, and Austin Garrett, worthy patron of Copa del Oro chapter, Redlands; Louise Rohbon and John Rohbon, worthy matron and patron of Rialto chapter; Winnifred Hoon and Clarence Johnston, worthy matron and patron of Col] ton's chapter; Stella Ford and Erwin Adamson, worthy matron and patron of Silver Wave chapter, San Bernardino, and Myrtle Hermanns and Floyd Mortimer, worthy matron and patron of Orange 1 Blossom chapter, Fontana. Among grand officers attending were Mary Staples, San Bernar-] dino; Florence Murphy, Palm Springs: Mildred Cook, Hemet and Ethel Russell, Covina. Presentations were made by matrons and patrons of the 84th district, 83rd district, southern grands, 1951 and!953 past matrons and patrons, Starlighter and social clubs, and Past Matrons] club of Copa del Oro chapter. Rev. E. Howard Dow of Yu caipa gave the benediction. Mrs. Petersen was general chairman of the evening. Flowers and leis were used in the Hawaiian theme both upstairs and in the downstairs banquet room. Refreshments were served at the close of the reception. Brownies Attend Play Day In Sylvan Parle With 224 Brownies from troops attending, Brownie Play Day was observed Saturday i n Sylvan Park from 9 in the. morning until 2 o'clock in the afternoon. . Miss Frances Redman, children's librarian at Smiley library, was there to tell stories to the girls. She selected the story of the "Chinese Brothers" and another- favorite, "Millions of Cats." Fruit punch was donated b y Quality Dairy for the occasion. Senior Scouts present to assist with the day's program were Lynda Nicholson, Julie Speiman, Becky Neilson, Barbara Snyder, Martha Schmidtmann, Nan Johnson, Virginia Fair, Marilynn Thompson, Ann Howell, Sandra Nelson and Judy Snyder. Mrs. John Coleman was chairman of the committee for the day whose members included Mmes. Ellis Crutchfield, Louis Zeitz, Edward Olmos, Gene Hinkle. Gilbert Becker, Eugene Bethurum, Feme Nicholson, Paul Gerrard, and H. T. Defining. Mrs. Liberty Morgan was the nurse on duty A beautiful Japanese garden was the setting for the annual 9th grade party given in the girls' gymnasium at Redlands high 1 school Friday evening. As guests entered, each re-' ceived a fan as they crossed a bridge leading into the garden where Japanese lanterns, crepe paper and plants of an oriental nature carried out the attractive theme. A lighted tea house on one side of the large room was an effective addition to the party atmosphere. The refreshment table held a center-piece of particular interest, made by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schaefer. It was a ming tree cov ered with white carnations. Serv-] ing at this table during the evening were Mmes. Mark Nielson 0. L. Martin, Ernest Richards and Tames Porch, all dressed in costumes as were the members of Ihe refreshment committee, Messrs. and Mmes. Roland Miller George Dilthey, Edward Iverson and James Jones. The evening was spent in dancing, and the guests enjoyed the attractions of the game room. Robert Barnes was general chairman of the evening. Other faculty members and students forming committees to help with party details were Miss Nor ma Muesing, Mrs. Clydena Bishop,i Mr. Barnes, Donald Scott, Terri Fitzgerald and Gary Miller, decorations. Robert Rigney, Joyce Hafley and Jean Fletcher, favors; Miss Helene. Villard, Mr. Scott, Patty Leon and Nellie Lechuga, check room. Al Druesdum, Ted Frost, Ron Brickell and George Fenstermacher, clean-up; Tom Burgess and Stanton Olson, games; Mrs. Margaret Bohler, Joannie Lines and Antoinette Flores, invitations; Wesley Reed, entertainment; Red-_ lands junior high P. T. A., refreshments. Many other faculty members and parents lent assistance to assure the success of the evening. Sou. Division Officer Speaks To GOP Women "We Can Win Iu 1938" was the subject of a talk given by Mrs. Don Petty at the Friday luncheon meeting of the San Bernardino County Federation of Republican Women. Mrs. Petty, southern division president, spoke at the "Stuft Shirt" in Upland where the county meeting was conducted. "Sell your party and sell your candidates," admonished t h e speaker who warned of the hard work ahead for party workers. Attending the meeting from Redlands were Mmes. G. A. Jahn, Hans Warjone, Anne Vestal. David, Rogers and Stuart Power. GOLD STAR MOTHERS INITIATION WEDNESDAY Redlands Gold Star Mothers will not have their regular meeting tomorrow afternoon, but will meet for initiation of new members Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of the chapter presi dent, Mrs. Alice Romo, 1380 Monterey street. All Gold Star Moth ers are invited. ALTAR SOCIETY TO CONCLUDE SEASON Altar society of Sacred Heart church will conclude its season tomorrow night with a meeting in the parish hall at 8 o'clock. W 7 ^ ( MAKE FRIENDS About People Army Pvt. Clifford L. Bank,] son of Mr. and Mrs. William S, Barak, 1370 Agate avenue, Men tone, recently was assigned to the 24th infantry division in Korea. 1 Barak, a cook in company C of the division's 19th regiment, entered the army in December, 1 1956, and completed basic training at Fort Ord, Cal. The 18- year-old soldier attended Redlands high school. Richird B. Jordan, son of Mrs. Leslie La F. Jordan, 607 West' Fern avenue, will be among 2,165 candidates for degrees at Yale university June 10. He will re ceive a bachelor of arts. Dr. Fred W. Andrews, whose offices are at 47 East Vine street, returned today from San Francisco where he attended the four day Western Chiropody conclave and meetings of the American College of Foot Surgeons at the Sheraton-Palace hotel. Taking pains to wrap a pack age attractively is one way of adding a bit of special meaning to even the most inexpensive 1 gift. The pretty wrapping says 'You are a very special person." Of course, it doesn't make up for a completely unimaginative gift. But it adds a bit of gracious-] ness to the gift that is chosen with care. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appji ances wili find a ready market through Classified Ads. CONTRARY TO THE ADS — your clothes can't speak for you ALL the time. YOU have to put in a word now and then, too. However, your clothes can tell everyone that you feel as light and gay as Springtime, or they could suggest that you just don't give a hang. If you choose your new Spring and Summer attitudes at Her Majesty's they'll get Sie message over for you — they'll tell EVERYONE that you're as cool and carefree as an automatic ice cube — then you take it from there. ER 1' USES' 15 E. State y Q—The bidding has been: OFF I South it* 3* Wesi Pass Pass Pass North 2N.T. <• 5N .T. East Pass Pass Pass Everything must be sold.' Refrigerators, Safe, Scales, shelving, and Gondolas! Geo. E. McKenzie MARKET You, South, hold: VA2 +KJ54 *K6 What do you do? A—Bid six no -trump. Your partner Is showing a maximum two no -irunp response and there should be a rood play lor this contract. TODAY'S QUESTION The bidding has been: South West North East 1* Pass 2N.T. Pass You, South, hold: *KQJ9S5 VAQ43 • A 2 +6 What do you do? Answer Tomorrow WOMEN'S UNION MEETING WEDNESDAY Women's Union of file First Congregational church will hear a talk by Robert Covington, director of the county planning commission, at their luncheon meeting Wednesday at noon in Kimberly hall. All women of the church are invited. Betty Spencer Heinberg Announces Summer Classes Beginning June 17 ASSISTANCE LEAGUE ANNUAL MEETING Luncheon at 12:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Redlands Country Club will be followed by the annual meeting of the Assistance League Sustaining members will be luncheon hostesses. The board will convene at the club at 11 a.m. for their meeting. 18 to 20 West State HARRIS FENCE CO. • Chain Link PHONE • Block PY 7-0565 "'! RcdWOOd Tor Tz " Estimate PIANOS LOWER? ORGANS HoHay & Jackson W. Highway as and Hew York St. tr 2-1081 Redlanda •edlands City Sign latersectior. Classes grouped according to age and ability. the I A Classic School of )l Ballet jj 22 West State La Posada Annex

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