Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 29, 1965 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, April 29, 1965
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MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH WELDON HINDS Photo by Bernard's Studio, San Bernardino Janet Watson, Joseph W. Hinds Exchange Vows In Church Ceremony University Methodist church I organza dresses over taffeta and nuptials, read by Dr. L. E. Nel- he! d cascade bouquets of carna son, a close friend of the bride's family, united Janet Lee Watson and Joseph Weldon Hinds in marriage at 2 o'clock last Saturday afternoon. Approximately 200 guests wit- tions, the honor attendant's centered with roses. Little Susan Patterson was flower girl. Eugene Hinds of San Diego, brother of the bridegroom, was .the best man. Ushers were Al nessed the exchange of vowslVinton and Noel Kaller, both of between the daughter of Mr. | San Diego, and Mrs. Conley J. McLellan.j Harold Jeneson. organist, and 727 West Pioneer avenue, and!Wilbur Schowalter, soloist, pro- the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. G.jvided the wedding music. Hinds of Needles. A reception] The couple will live in Escon- in Fellowship hall of the church;dido where the bridegroom is followed. j employed by Tanner, Marquardt The bride's formal length wed-.and Melvin and Associates, ding dress of white silk organza ; civil engineers. He is a graduate over taffeta was designed with | of Needles High school, attended lace inset on the bodice, around!San Bernardino Valley College the bottom of the skirt and on;and served for three years with the graceful train. Ivy leaves ', the U. S. Marine Corps, accented the bridal bouquet ofj His bride, who has been em- white rosebuds centered with a'ployed by Space Technology Ceremonies For 125 Confirmands Af St. Mary's Most Rev. Charles Francis Buddy, Bishop of San Diego, is in Redlands today to administer the Sacrament of Confirmation to a class of 125 members of St. Marys catholic church in the church at 5:30 this evening. After the confirmation ceremonies and Benediction, Rev. Ricardo Meza, pastor of the church, will be host to Bishop Buddy and visiting members of the clergy for dinner in the rectory. These include Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph Nunez, pastor of Our Lady of Guadalupe church, San Bernardino; Very Rev. Henry W. Keane, pastor of ac- red Heart church, Redlands; Rev. Joseph Snoj, pastor of St. Joseph the Worker church, Loma Linda. Very. Rev. Father Columban, superior of El Carmelo Retreat House in Redlands; Rev. Richard Waterfall, chaplain at Patton State hospital; and Rev. Richard Kinsella, professor at Aquinas High school in San Bernardino. Paint wicker furniture by attaching a spraying device to the vacuum cleaner. ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Lloyd Witter, Alexa Keighley To Wed In July To be married July 10th in San Francisco are Alexa Keighley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert A. Keighley of Ilkle'y, Yorkshire, England, and Lloyd Merle Witter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Witter, 434 Ash street. Mr. and Mrs. Keighley and their daughter, Lynne, will come from England to attend the ceremony and Lynne will be her sister's maid of honor. The bride-to-be attended Milton Mount 'College in Sussex, England, and Grenoble University in Grenoble, France. She is now employed as a secretary with the Overseas Service Corporation in San Francisco. Lloyd, a Redlands High school graduate, is also a graduate of Chapman College at Orange. He is now a senior in the ALEXA KEIGHLEY Physicians and Surgeons Dental school in San Francisco. The nuptials will be solemnized in St. Luke's Episcopal church in the Bay City. David Witter of Pomona will attend his brother as best man. Martinon To Direct Chicago Symphony May 5 The Chicago Symphony Or chestra, under the baton of the famous French conductor, Jean Martinon, will make its initial appearance in San Bernardino and Riverside counties at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 5, at the National Orange Show Swing Auditorium. Tickets will be available at the Swing box office beginning at 7 p.m. the day of the performance. Martinon will conduct Rossini's "The Journey of Rheims" Overture, Roussel's Symphony No. 3 and Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 (Eroica.) San Bernardino is one of the 14 West Coast cities selected for the tour of the 72- year-old orchestra, founded by Theodore Thomas for the 1893 Columbian Exposition. Flowers Set Mood Fowers for the attendants at a wedding always must reflect the motif and mood of the wedding itself. They always underscore the bride's choice, reflecting her personality in design and colors. Redlands Daily Facts Thurs., April 29,1965-3 Garden Lunch Precedes U.R. Wives Meeting Revealing of next year's officers was the order of the day when University of Redlands Faculty Wives club met this week for their annual .luncheon in he garden at the George H. Armacost home, 325 Grove street. Mrs. Marc Jack Smith, chairman of the nominating committee, presented the slate of officers for next year. They are Mrs. R. J. Krantz, president; Mrs. Edward C. Tritt, first vice president; Mrs. Raymond C. Boese, second vice president; Mrs. Jack L. Mitchell, recording secretary; Mrs. Robert D. Wright, corresponding secretary; Mrs. F. Byrns Fagerburg, treasurer, and Mrs. George Graham, parlimentarian. Mrs. Harold Woodrow installed the new officers. Mrs. Robert C. Goodridge, outgoing president, conducted the meeting at which time Mrs. George Cady and Mrs. Charles 0. Pierpoint, whose husbands will retire from the University in June, received gifts from the club. Mrs. Goodridge, whose If you spill something at a party, making a scene calls attention to the goof. husband has taken a position in San Francisco, also received a gift. Luncheon chairmen was Mrs. Leslie P. Spelman. On her committee were Mmes. William Main, Jerome H. Johnson, Boese, William Kleist, Wayne Bohrnstedt, James E. Verdieck, Eugene G. Ouellette, Mitchell, Eugene Moulton, Lawrence R. Harvill and Paul Gleason. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads white orchid. Maid of honor was Linda Robinson of Calimesa and bridesmaids were Sandra Watson, sister of the bride, and Mrs. John Bedfored Ivey Jr. (Phyllis Villarial). They wore blue silk Laboratories in San Bernardino, is a Redlands High school graduate and attended San Bernardino Valley College. She is president' of her San Bernardino chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority. REACHES TOP — Richard Collier entered the ranks of Eagle Scouts and was commended by Scoutmaster Raymond Putnam, right, during a Tuesday evening Court of Honor. Richard has been a member of Boy Scout Troop 4 of the First Methodist church for four years. (Photo by Dick White) Richard Collier New Eagle Scout Richard Collier received the j during the ceremony were Bill highest award in Scouting, the rank of Eagle Scout, during a Troop 4 Parents' Night and Court of Honor Tuesday evening Knight, Randy Weisberg, Rick Pallson, Rick Weisberg, Stanley Backner, Irvin Griffin, Charles Knight, Jim Meier, Tom Bregin Weeks Fellowship hall of thejger, Don Armitage, Rick An- First Methodist church. jderson, Mike Wagner, Gerald Scoutmaster Raymond Put-jLudikhuize. nam was assisted by R. C. Armitage in presenting the award to the new Eagle Scout. Richard is the son of Mrs. Edna Collier, 926 East Brockton avenue, and is a sophomore at Redlands High school. He has been a member of Troop 4 for four years and has served as patrol leader, scribe and senior patrol leader. He is a member of the Order of the Arrow and of De- Molay. Other Scouts receiving badges ANOTHER HILTON NEW YORK (UPI) — Another in the globe-circling chain of Hilton hotels is being constructed in uptown .Brussels, says the Belgian Tourist Bureau. It will be Brussels' tallest building until a slightly higher one, now in the planning stage, is erected near it at the Porte de Nsmur. The Brussels Hilton will be 28 stories above the ground, with 11 elevators, and will have four underground levels, two of which will serve as a garage. The hotel is expected to open in mid-: July, 1967. Robert Bice was introduced as new Scoutmaster for Troop 4. Mrs. Schalau To Head lota Taus When Iota Tau Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday evening, the appointment of a new president was announced. Mrs. William Wendt, elected president recently, is moving out of town and the executive board appointed Mrs. Henry W: Schalau to serve in her place. Mrs. Schalau announced her board for the coming year as follows: social chairman, Mrs. Donald F. Derby; ways and means, Mrs. Clifford Cooke; program, Mrs. Roger Boone; service, Mrs. Wallace Wattenbarger, parliamentarian, Mrs. Wilbur Purvis; sunshine and gifts, Mrs. John R. Carlock and publicity, Mrs. David Meumann. The program for the evening was presented by Malcolm Curry of the San Bernardino County Probation department: ANNIVERSARY Month End-Fri., April 30 HOSIERY CLEARANCE 66' First quality seamless stockings in proportioned lengths. 3 fashion colors. ACTIVE SPORTSWEAR to Vi off Capris, skirts, blouses in a big assortment, to c I e a r, reg. 6.98 to 19.98. DRESSES tO '/2 Off Misses, jrs., and half sizes — Reg. 19.95 to 49.95 MILLINERY 2.00 - 4.00 and 6.00 A fabulous collection of hats to flatter you for months ahead. Smart straws, dainty flowers or floral rimmed hats, mostly one-of-a-kind, reduced to a fraction of their regular price. Shop early for best selection. Costume Jewelry Odds and endi of better jewelry, many one- of-a-kind, an assortment of pieces, former values 1o O 100 3.00 O for I White jewelry at tremendous savings. A wide selection of chokers, earrings, bibs and bracelets from a well known manu- OO// facturer, reg. 2.00 00 HANDBAGS Plastic coated wicker, an assortment in black, natural or white at Anniversary month - end price, reg. 3.98, T 99 plus tax I PYREX CASSEROLES 40 50 % Discontinued models, I'/z, 2'/z and 4 quart sizes on stands for serving. 12 cup carafe on warming stand. Limited quantities. Former prices 3.95 to 7.95. CURTAINS, DRAPERIES '/2 Off Discontinued lines in an assortment of prints and solid colors, sizes to fit many windows, for many rooms. CHINA AND GLASSWARE Beer glasses. Pilsner type, clearance priced, 69c Hand crafted bar ware, choice of goblets, wine glasses, cordials, whisky sours, cocktails, reduced to clear, 088 reg. 4.88 doz vJ doz. Carribean 45 pc. dinnerware sets to clear, reg. 19.88 18 88 Punch cups, reg. 3.48 .... Partridge snack sets, reg. 7.00 2 88 dor. 5 88 Snow White Regency dinnerware, 20 pc. set, reg. 7.98 L98 HOUSEWARES Linens, Domestics Campus Deb Sportswear A great assortment of active sportswear in junior sizes. I/O "I/O OFF Wooden salad bowl set reduced to />99 clear, 7-piece set, reg. 3.99 £ Chrome single towel pole with cross-bars and two rings. Adjustable model, 1 99 reg. 2.99 LINGERIE Pantaloon pajamas, red or black print smock, eyelet trimmed, ov'er white pantaloons, A 99 S-M-L, 13.00 A Plaid shirt, long sleeves, button-down front. Petite, S-M-L sizes, A 99 reg. 15.00 Carpet sweeper, reg. 4.99 Nylon dust mop, reg. 2.88 Sponge mop, reg. 2.88 8-piece aluminum kitchen set, black or white tops, reg. 6.88 Detecto bath scales with handle. Pink, white or black, reg. 4.50 3" 188 188 50 Husky camp blankets, 90% wool, 10% Orion acrylic, 64 x 84 size, whipped OOO ends, reg. 7.98 ^J Lady Pepperell blankets, "Duchess" and "Clansman Plaid," 94% rayon, 6% nylon, 100% nylon binding. Machine washable, non- allergenic, 72x90 for twin or full £"00 bed, reg. 8.98 BOYS' SHOP Boys' short sleeve sport shirts, assorted, reg. 2.98 Boys' sweaters 100 O99 Boys' Corespun socks, reg. 79c 3- r GIFTS Glass kerosene lamps, reduced to O44 clear, reg. 4.98 ^J Topiary ceramics, imported from O98 Italy, reg. 17.00 V • e ii e-i x • 499 Small Electrics YARDAGE MEN'S FURNISHINGS Men's sport shirts, short sleeves, some jac- shirts included in the selection, reg. 3.95 to 5.00 Men's sweaters, broken sizes, assorted colors, reg. 12.95 4 88 Hi-Teen Fashions Blouses, long and short sleeve styles in prints, stripes and white, sub-teen, 159 10-14, reg. 2.98 | Children's World Proctor steam and dry iron, model No. 10249, reg. 8.88. Udico broiler oven, reg. 12.88 .6 88 10 88 Remnants ¥2 off Many desirable fabric lengths for dresses, blouses, skirts, children's wear, and linings. Men's Dacron® polyester - and - cotton underwear . . . T-shirts, briefs, shorts, undershirts, reg. O TOO 3 for 2.00 -I for I Little boys' cotton and flannel long sleeve shirts, broken sizes and assorted "100 patterns, reg. 2.29 and 2.59 I 1 WOMEN'S SHOES Paradise Kittens in bone and white mesh. Regularly 15.95, . 1188 SALE | I Red Cross* "Riviera" style in black, bone, and white. , 1 T 20 Regularly 14.99, SALE j | Americanos high and low heels in light blue, pink or bone. Regularly. O96 priced 11.95, SALE .................... Q Italian Import Sandals. 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