Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 28, 1965 · Page 2
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Redlands Dally Facts 2 - Wed., April 28,1965 PATRICIA BUDD Photo by The Harris Co. Patricia Budd, Donald McCloud To Wed In June Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Budd, 1409 Pacific street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Lee, to Donald George McCloud, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott McCloud, 2357 Bon View drive, Mentone. The wedding is scheduled for June 4 in the Redlands First Baptist church. Pat is the granddaughter of Mrs. C. Bruce, 1116 Ohio street, and of Mrs. J. Dearden of Pasadena. She is a native of Redlands and attended local schools, graduating in 1962 from Redlands High school after which she attended Brigham Young University at Provo, Utah, for two and one-half years. She is now employed as a teletypsetter at the Redlands Daily Facts. Her fiance, also a 1962 graduate of Redlands High school, attended the College of Southern Utah in Cedar City, Utah, for two and one half years. He plans to continue his education in the fall. First news of the engagement was revealed at a recent family party at the Budd home. If You Have the Figure . . . Two-piece swimsuits are very popular for this resort season. But unless you have no figure problem at all, stick to a good- looking onepiecer. It will do more for your appearance. A fork is o fork and not a spear. ! Six Young Artist Contest Winners To Receive Redlands Bowl Honors -Two University of -Redlands Opera Workshop sopranos tied for first place in the 14th annual Redlands Bowl Young Artists Auditions in the senior vocal division, Virgil H. Camp, chairman, has announced. They are Lou Ann Strachen,- 25, of Los Angeles, and Carol Philips, 23, of 32 Brookside drive, Redlands. Contestants were judged Sunday evening in Grace Mullen auditorium. Winners of the senior instrumental and piano divisions are from La Sierra College. Brenda Ferguson, 24-year-old violinist, and Robert Sage, 19-year-old pianist. Sage' won the junior division two years ago. Junior instrument honors were won by Alex Newman, 15-year- old clarinetist of Ontario. Junior piano prize went to-Scott Bowens, 17, of Riverside. The six will appear in concert at Redlands Bowl June 29 and will receive cash prizes from the Associates of Redlands Bowl, Inc. Judges were Alexandra Grow Jenks, Cyril M. Gallick and Richard C. Dastrup. Awards Presentations Climax District Women's Clubs Convention Awards in various categories and divided into three groups, depending on the individual club's number of members, were presented at the Monday evening session of the San Bernardino District Women's club convention at the Mission Inn in Riverside. Contemporary club of Redlands received a special award fa art and a first fa the children and youth division, Yucaipa Woman's club took a third award fa cultural heritage and two flower show awards, Mrs. Thelma Durbin was a winner for her spring bouquet and Mrs. A. Garrett Mentone Club Women Hear Jerry Petfis Jerry Pettis of Loma Linda stressed the need for better knowledge about what is going on fa Government when he spoke yesterday to members of Mentone Woman's club. Mr. Pettis also urged his listeners to become better acquainted with the candidates, to blow their background and to know the issues. Women should :ake a more active part fa political affairs, he said. The clubhouse was decorated with flowers from the gardens of club members. Mrs. Joseph Harriott gave the devotional. Tea guests included Wesley Vary, James Coleman, and .Mmes. Frank Parrott, Gerhard Gieschen, Edna Morgan and John Lagerquist. Hostesses were Mrs. H. Y. Reynolds and Mrs. D. Ellis Crane. Mrs. Harriott, Mrs. Crane and Mrs. R. E. Sams were delegates and Mrs. Robert Langston and Mrs. George Alden were pages at the Monday district convention fa Riverside. A dessert-card party for the benefit of the Cancer Crusade will begin at 12:30 p.m. next Tuesday in the clubhouse. The public is invited. Mrs. H. M. Crosthwaite Sr. and Mrs. Crane are co-chairmen for the affair and transportation may be arranged with Mrs. Crane, 793-1255. or with Mrs. Julius M. Friderich, 794-2386. for her bulbs featured in another class. This club also took a special award fa the field of mental health. Among the chairmen who prepared reports to submit to the convention were Mrs. Dorothy H. Brenan of Redlands, chairman of public education; Mrs. Stanley Goodman of Mentone, crafts chairman; Mrs. Harry Gibson of Yucaipa, scholoaships chairman; Mrs. Arthur Adam of Yucaipa, art; and Mrs. Ernest W. Richards of Redlands, junior - senior District coordinator. Convention highlights included the appearances of Mrs. Kemper Campbell of Victorville as speaker and Mrs. Paul H. Smith, state music chairman. Redlands LE.A. Adds Member By Transfer An application for membership by transfer from Gladis Holt of Yucaipa was presented and accepted at the recent meeting of Ladies Encampment Auxiliary fa the Odd Fellows hall. District depty grand matriarch, May Messerolle of District 32, will make her official visit to the Redlands L.E.A. May 14. Invitations were read from the Percy Peebles who will celebrate their Golden Wedding fa the Woman's clubhouse in San actato and the William Drews who will celebrate their's in the Riverside IOOF hall, both on May 9 from 2:30 to 4 p.m. A card party followed the meeting and Myrtle Curtis and Edna Larson were on the refreshment committee. Many Odd Fellows and Re- bekahs from Yucaipa attended the dedication of the new Odd Fellows Temple fa Riverside Sunday afternoon. ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Hunt Films On Program For Husbands Night Members' husbands were special guests Monday evening when Junior Women of the Con- ;emporary club entertained at iheir annual "Husbands Night". The program was arranged especially for the men and fea- rired Gary Swanson, owner of he World Safari Taxidermist in Yucaipa, who showed his films of a hunt in Northern British Columbia for moose, caribou, sheep and grizzly bear. After the program, Mrs. Earl 3. Anderson, president, gave a brief report on the district convention at Newport Beach last weekend. She announced that Mrs. Gordon Clopine, the Red- ands club's conservation chairman, had received a second )lace award on her report and iat the historian's book, pre- >ared by Mrs. Charles Stebbfas, lad earned a third place award. A coffee and social hour fol- owed the evening meeting. MR. AND MRS. DON LEWIS WILEY Photo by Donald Wm. Burion Joan Klapstein Weds Don L Wiley In Congregational Church Chapel SENIOR CITIZENS j MEETING FRIDAY Senior Citizens club of the YWCA will meet at 1 p.m. Friday in the YW activities build- fag. 'At last week's meeting, Mrs. Harry Robbfas was winner of the prize of the day. VALUES YOU MUST NOT MISS! famous Name Cotton-Knit — 2 and 3-Piece CAPRI SETS 1 OFF Reg. $13.95 to $18.95 famous Name (It 1 Our Wonderful Regular Line) HOSIERY Mesh and Sheer, Good Color, Full Range of Sizet 99 pr. Reg. $1.35 C/ose-Ouf of Se/ecfed Group UNIFORMS GOOD CHANCE TO STOCK UP! Sizes i-20 U'/i - 24 $500 and SfOO 7 Black Nylon WAITRESS SKIRT (Just 4 Left, Two "Size 6'*, Two Size 8's) $100 2 Reg. $5.95 Selected Styles SUMMER DRESSES NOW !/2 PRICE Reg. $17.95 Stunning Cosfume /ewelry 3 to 2 OFF • OPEN MON. & FRI, EVENINGS 113 Orange St., Downtown Redlands Now on a wedding trip to the Grand Canyon and other places of interest in Arizona are newly married Mr. and Mrs. Don Lewis Wiley who exchanged vows fa a Saturday evening ceremony fa the Chapel of the Grail at the First Congregational church. The former Joan Eugene Klapstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. Klapstein, 225 Bond street, was escorted to the altar by her father. She wore a wedding dress of white silk organza with Alencon lace bodice and insets, lace also outlining the train which flowed from the neckline. Her veil of French illusion was attached lo a jeweled organza flower headpiece and her bridal bouquet contained a single yellow-throated white orchid surrounded by Vanda orchids and white rosebuds with pearls entwined, falling from the bouquet. Preciding the bride and her father into the chapel were her two attendants, Mrs. Lawrence Squires, matron of honor and Lynn McManus, bridesmaid. Both wore sheath dresses of daffodil yellow silk taffeta, overskirts gathered at the lower front hem with a rose of the same fabric. White bows with silk net formed their headpieces Job's Daughters And Mothers To Have May Tea Plans for a Mother-Daughter tea fa May were announced at the recent meeting of Redlands Job's Daughters fa Masonic Temple. Golden Boots were given to members of the drill team and the librarian's report, entitled "That We May be of the Greatest Use to Ourselves and Others", was given by Nancy Sanchez. Escorted were Mrs. Mary Wheeler, assistant grand guardian; Perry Wheeler, past associate guardian, and Ray Roheim, Blue Lodge representative. Linda Douglas, past honored queen, acted as pro-tern guide for the evening. ADDITIONAL SOCIETY ON PAGE 7 Who Has a Birthday APRIL 29 — Robert Bermudei Pete Cortei Donald Foster Dr. James A. Grider John Burns Dr. Frank L. Green way. Jr. Fred Hooper, Jr. Melvin Hooper Joe S. Littlepage Jack McCall Freddie Plimley Erin L. Peterson Robert Raymer Steve Schoen William Vander Wall Calvin Wright Happy Birthday from HE. State Ph. PY 3-25M and their flowers were yellow- tipped white carnations. Lawrence Squires stood with the bridegroom as his best man. Ushers were Robert Jesser of Onrario and Scott Farmer. The nuptials were read by Rev. Harry G. Suttner, pastor of the church, fa a setting which included baskets of yellow gladioli and white stock. Mrs. Warren James, organist, played appropriate music and accompanied Jan Lassagne the soloist. The approximately 100 wed ding guests later attended the reception in Kimberly Hal where they signed the guest book handled by Janet Over meyer and Mrs. Joyce Davison Serving were Mmes. Alan Jur gens, John Lacy, George Ket ron and John McManus anc Miss Jacqueline Jurgens. After returning from their honeymoon, the newlyweds will make their home at 5342 Tyler street fa Riverside where the bridegroom is employed by Rohr Aircraft. He is the son o Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Wiley of Kansas City, Mo., where he completed high school. He later spent two years in Germany with the U.S. Army. The bride, a 1963 graduate o! Redlands High school, has been attending San. Bernardino Valley College. Kimberly PTA Plans Luncheon, 6th Grade Party Kimberly PTA board mem- Ders met for coffee Monday morning at the home of Mrs. eorge D. Ellis Jr., 330 Frankin avenue, where Mrs. Alfred Nelson and Mrs. James Glaze assisted as hostesses. Mrs. Donald Billhardt, unit president, announced the salad luncheon honoring the incoming president and her board for May 26 at noon fa the home of Mrs. Norman Thompson, 1320 Elm street. Principal Mrs. Martha Fox announced that the sixth grade outing this year would be a trip to Cabrillo Beach where the youngsters will have an opportunity to study the tide pools and sea life. Room Mothers in charge are Mmes. Eugene Mil- 1 e r, Dale Eckrote, Charles Snowden, Carl S. Ledbetter, Dan Erie and George D. Ellis Jr. Mrs. James Glaze, youth ac tivities chairman, announced the next unit meeting for May 5 at 7:30 p.m. when the program, "Scouting on Parade", will be the highlight of the evening. Other reports were presented by Howard Wagner, principal of Mariposa; Mmes. Joseph T. Malone, Edward N. Skomal, Carl Ledbetter, Earle J. Mosso, Harold Hartwick, Charles Barnett, Jerry Kruft, James A. Robinson, Warner E. Rogers, Jud son Sanderson, Jack E. Patrick, William J. Junkfa, Douglass Fast and W. C. Crawford. Waxy Leaves Preserve colorful leaves by dipping them in paraffin, which gives a waxy look, or in glycerine, which gives a soft, translucent effect. Leaves also can be preserved with a dryin^ agent such a borax or silicel gel. By JOSEPHINE REAY Who would have thought 10 days ago that anyone could have an outdoor party this early in the spring? But Barbara Den nett did Friday evening at her parents' home, Ken (Brig. Gen., Ret.) and "Babs" Webbers', and it was delightful. Thanks to Barbara, we had a chance to meet some relative newcomers to Redlands — Betty and "Rocky" (Lt. Col.) Rochfort. Betty's sister and brother- in-law, Hetty and Tom Larkta, who live in Laguna Beacb, came with them and Steve Nicks introduced us to nice Sally Pegeshon, quite recently arrived here with her little daughter. Steve, by the way, says he broke his own record of the number of oranges found on a single branch. A couple of weeks ago he had a magnificent bunch of 40, a fact that was dutifully recorded pictorially in The Facts, and then a few days later came upon another on which he counted 48! The European jaunt upon which Mary Elizabeth and Bob Paine are about to embark was the incentive for a Saturday evening "bon voyage" party for them given by Jo and Bill Moore and Lucretia and Tarn Irving. The Paines will leave Thursday for a month's holiday in Spain and France. Back in familiar territory while visiting her son Capt. William C. Kingsbury Jr. at March Air Force Base, and seeing lots of old friends at the party was Ruth (Garnsey) Kingsbury. "Garn" and her husband, Maj. Gen. Kingsbury, are stationed at Fairchild AFB in Spokane where Bill is base commander. He was in New Mexico over the weekend and not at the party, but after his retire ment next year, their Redlands friends hope that "Garn" and Bill will come back to this area for keeps. Guests had four hostesses to thank for a wonderful spring luncheon at the Country Club, one of the week's nicest affairs. Peggy (Mrs. Chris) Barnes, Gin ny (Mrs. A. N.) Clark, Harriett (Mrs. Moores) Butler and Ruth (Mrs. George W.) Paul provided more "reunion" opportunities than they realize and it was long-time-no-see for many, many o£ us. Vesta (Mrs. Gerald) Fairbairn came up from Pasadena and had a busy time getting in a few words with her Redlands friends. Heard about "Bal" week during Easter vacation from two mamas — Dee (Mrs. Gordon) Bennett and Marie (Mrs. Bus) Hahn and of four recent arrivals at Gilma (Mrs. E. D.) Patterson's home — soon to be available for adoption. Four adorable little kittens. References -will be exchanged! Just heard Monday about the celebration of ."Jack Andriese Day" in Victorville last Friday so when Jack called about another matter yesterday we were able to offer our congratulations. Jack has been doing a terrific job during the last six years as chairman of the music department at Victor Valley High school where he has complished wonders. It was a complete surprise to him when, during the annual Spring Concert at t h e school Thursday evening, the Mayor's proclamation was read signifying the following day's honors in recognition of the honors he has brought to the school. The former Redlander, son of the Peter Andrieses, will bring his 75-voice choral group for a concert of sacred music in Redlands Thursday evening starting at 8 o'clock in the Highland Avenue Christian Reformed church. This will be the third year for such a concert and the place was packed last year. Jack says the major work of the evening will be the Schubert Mass in G. Marcia Gardner, U.R. student, will assist as guest organist.' The program is open to the public and should be a great treat. "Fractured Follies" are coming! That's the word from the gals of the Community Hospital Auxiliary who have their work cut out for them before production time in the fall. Remember back in 1947 when the Assistance League wowed the town with their famous "Follies" show? Well, this is to be another along the same lines and the surprises that will come with the uncovering of hidden talent right here in the community are bound to be many. A professional organization from New York City will produce and direct the show, as was done for the League so successfully. September 28 has been set as the talent kick-off party at the Country club when "stars" of the show will be chosen. Performance dates are set for October 15 and 16 in Clock auditorium. Jean (Mrs. George) Geelan is the auxiliary's general chairman and already appointed to various positions in anticipation of the fund-raising event are Lucille (Mrs. John) Boyd, to serve as treasurer; Shirley ' (M r s. William) Holcombe who will handle costumes and Norma (Mrs. Richard) Daniels assigned the publicity details. This is something no one can afford to miss if he has an ounce of fun hi him (or her) and we just hope that two nights can accommodate the crowds. ASSISTANCE LEAGUE MEETING TUESDAY Assistance League board members will meet Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. with Mrs. Robert S. Hatfield, with the general meeting to follow at the House of Neighborly Service at 12:30 p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. Kenneth 0. Ghormley and Mrs. Richard B. Cook Jr. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads CAN CAN Pink, whiti, light blu« The happy look is here — by Americanal Spirited, exuberant fash- ions . . . celebrating Spring with all that's contemporary . . . short heels, tall heels . . . fanciful, crisp, heaven- ly to wear. Come see and enthuse- then choose yours at Anniversary savingsl fiegu/ar/y 11.95! SAVOY Pink, light blue, whit* j 8.96

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