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- Friday, April 30,1965 Reef lands Daily Facts MARSHA G1ESE Marsha Giese Bride-Elect Of Raymond Rust Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Giese 1616 Ohio street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marsha Beth, to Raymond A. Rust Jr., son of Major and Mrs. Raymond A. Rust, 32 Ash street. Marsha will graduate from Redlands High school in June. She has been active in G.A.A. and A Cappella Choir and after graduation she plans to attend San Bernardino Valley College. Raymond is a 1963 graduate of Redlands High school. He is now attending San Bernardino Valley College where he is majoring in horticulture. Former Peace Corps Worker Talks To Group That she considers the Peace Corps to be a "top notch" organization was reported in Ambrozia Noetzel's talk for the Occident and AAUW this Orient section week, meeting the home of Mrs. Blanche Reese, 1012 La Flora drive. Miss Noetzel, who served with the Peace Corps for two years as a home economist at Osmania University in Southern India, outlined the involved steps taken by the government in processing volunteers for this work. "Only those who rank the highest are accepted for service", she said. She returned from her assignment enthusiastic about the progress being made by the Peace Corps in all fields where they serve. She noted that hundreds of fine, mostly young, dedicated Americans are getting to know and to respect other peoples and other cultures. These people, in turn, receive a better image of Americans through contact with Peace Corps members, she explained. Mrs. Ethel Cowe was co-hostess for the evening. Others present were the Misses Helen Hazen, Ada K. Dietz, Ruth E. Foster, Beatrice Forrest; and Mmes. Charles Gruber, Lloyd Hopper, Paul Collette, David Goldie, Alice Van Boven, E. N. Harris, Ann Ford Farran, Russell Rogers, Francis Canter and Alvin Fishman. Pronounce clearly to 'help others understand. Cecelia Jiminez Reigns As Queen Of Ball Cecelia Jimenez of Redlands was crowned Queen to reign over the 1965 Junior-Senior Prom for St. Bernardino's High school, an event of Wenesday evening at the Mission Inn in Riverside. Cecelia is a senior at the Catholic high school for girls, located in San Bernardino, and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Jimenez, 1335 Clock ave nue. In the Queen's Court at the ball were Joyce Delaney and Charlotte Radzik, both of San Bernardino. The girls and their escorts first met for dinner in the California room. Dancing followed in the Music room. Bridge Events Winners Named A Charity Party for the YMCA had 10 tables in duplicate bridge play Wednesday afternoon at the YMCA. North-South winners were Mrs. Harold Hope and Mrs. Richard Bartholomew, first; Mrs. Richard O'Leary and Mrs. R. M. Wallace, second; Mrs.'Geneva Reiter and Mrs. Raymond Brown, third; Mrs. Lewis Pierce and Mrs. Chris Barnes, fourth. East-West winners were Mrs. June Cook and Mrs. R. Williams, first; Mrs. Mable Thomas and Mrs. Ruth Robertson, second; Mrs. G. L. Kane and Mrs. G. Spence, third; Mrs. M. W. Waterbury and Sam Bell, fourth. Tuesday evening there wt eight tables in play, also at the YMCA, using the Mitchell movement for a regular game. Winners in this session were: Xorth-South, Mrs. O'Leary and Bill Locklin, first; Mrs. Jack Little and Mrs. Reiter, second; Mrs. Nita Nickersou and Jerry Kern, third. East- West, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Ring, first; Miss Betty Collins and Mrs. Lila Publicover, second; Bill Schramm and Art Hut;on and Mr. and Mrs. Al Cyphert tied for third. Master Point is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. next Tuesday. Silent Movie Classics To Be Seen At SBYC Four silent motion picture classics will be shown with live organ accompaniment beginning at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in San Bernardino'Valley College aldi- jrium. Three Charlie Chaplin films and the original Lon Chaney "Hunchback of Notre Dame' 1 will be screened, accompanied 5y Chauncey Haines playing a Baldwin theater organ. Haines played the underscore for the Lon Chaney film in its premier in October, 1923. The three Chaplin productions to be screened are "The Auto Race," made in 1914; "Between MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Percy Snyder Back From ARCE Conclave Mr. and Mrs. E. Percy Sny- .er, 12655 Second street, Yu- aipa have 'returned from Fresno where Mr. Snyder was i delegate to the National As- iociation of Retired Civil Em- iloyes organization representing lis Yucaipa Chapter and the Seaumont-Banning Chapter. Al] meetings were held in the Hotel Californian. There were 133 delegates registered and 79 visitors, and only eight chapters ^w not represented. The next., convention will be entertained by the Santa Ana Chapter and held at Newport Beach. Two telegrams signed by each delegate were sent & all the Congressman .from California urging them to support a bill {ranting a 10 per cent increase n annuity to those now receiv- ng less than $3000 a year and 5 per, cent to those who receive nore than $3000 a year. The >ill -was to come up for the tearing in Washington on last Wednesday morning. GIRLS OF THE YEAR — In recognition of their contributions to individual chapters of Beta Sigma • Phi sorority, these five members have been honored with the "Girl of the Year" selection for 1964-65. Announced last evening at the joint Founder's Day dinner meeting of the five local chapters, honoreei were, from left, Mrs. D. Eston Field, Zeta Rho chapter; Mrs. John Dunn, Xi Thefa Beta; Mrs. Henry W. Schalau, lota Tau; Mrs. Garth Huffafcer. Xi Delta Rho, and Mrs. Mary Johnson, Xi Kappa Alpha. (Daily Facts photo) Beta Sigma Phi Chapters Celebrate Founder's Day For one of the most important events on the Beta Sigma Phi sorority calendar, the five local chapters joined for the Founder's Day celebration last evening at the Riverside Elks Club. About 110 members and guests were seated at tables cleverly decorated in the "Circus Theme" of the evening. Always a highlight of this annual event is the revealing of the individual chapter's selection for the coveted "Girl of the Year" awards. Honor recipients this year were Mrs. Mary Johnson, XI Kappa Alpha; Mrs. Garth Huffaker, Xi Delta Rho; Mrs. Henry W. Schalau, Iota Tau; Mrs. John Dunn, Xi Theta Beta, and Mrs. D. Eston Field, Zeta Rho. Last year's award winners made the presentations of awards to their successors. Results of elections among the chapters for new officers of Redlands City Council were also announced at this joint meeting. New officers for the next term will be Mrs. Harold Rascher, Xi Kappa Alpha, president; Mrs. Irvin Argleben, Xi Kappa Alpha, vice president; Mrs. Barney L. Gentry, Xi Theta Beta, secretary; and Mrs. Donald Derby, Iota Tau, treasurer. Diverting from the regular in- otallatioa pattern, Mrs. Boyd Johnson bad prepared an unusual procedure in comic vein, carried out by Mrs. Harry Woltman and Mrs. William Breedlove in full blown regalia. The traditional Order of the Rose ritual was another part of Showers," 1914 and "The Floor-1 the program at which time Mrs. walker," 191D. L. E. Nelson, Mrs. John Dunn The program is being pre- an d Mrs. Thomas McGowan sented by the College's Modern were recipients of the honor in on souvenir spoons Language Club as a benefit to raise funds for scholarships. Tickets will be on sale at the auditorium box office. LEON MOBURG HONORED WITH EXHIBIT INVITATION Leon Moburg, ceramist and member of the University of Redlands art department facul- :y, is one of 40 American pot- :ers invited to exhibit in the Tenth International Exhibition of Ceramic Art in the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, 3.C. This is Mr. Moburg's 'ourth invitation to the international exhibit. He will be on sabbatical leave from the university next year and plans to spend 11 months in travel and study around the world. Grains ACROSS 4 tfewVpr Answ Si A, 1_ K 9 V F Answer -to Previous Puzzle IOINI oislglel ' 1 Coarse i hominy (U.SJ •• 5 me al 8 pone 12 Siouan Indian (var.) 13 Brother fab.) 11 Bacchanalian cry 15 Uncuttnrated. grain-yielding grass (2 words) 17 Flower covered (her*) 18 Elude 19 Hardened ElValleys 22 Angry growl 23 Design by acid 25 Hymn 28 Bellow 31 Trick 33 Needle (comb, form) 34 Intense desire (slang) 35 Legend 36 Small barracuda 37 Expunge 39 Persia 41 Series of tints 43 Superlative of Me 47 European ermine (PL) 49 liturgical sign (Bib.) SQLoau 51 Labor parfr member (BnU 54 Order (Latin) 55 Grow old 56 At any time 57Chevr upon 58 Pithy say tag 58 Counsel- (dial.) DOWN' • 5 Kimono sash 6 Portion of curved line 7 Automotive term (comp. word) 8 Rhythmic break in Greek prosody (var.) S Ignore (comp. word) 10 Italian city 11 Require 16 Remainder 20 Back of neck 22 Confined, to frnmo (COJnp. •word) 24 Wt S UHS CSE1E3H E3J3H ElBBjpB SHE3HHH HHQ ElSraa HQI1H G3HHQH3 QfflCHCHMHH UR Students In All-College Ceramic Exhibit The University o£ Redlands, through its ceramic program, was one of 18 schools invited to exhibit in an all-college ceramic show at Azusa College. Titled "Newblood 1965", the show will continue until May 15. Represented are Philip Wood, junior from South Pasadena and art major with four semesters of ceramics, and Weldon Diggs, senior from La Verne, business major with three semesters of ceramics. Philip has been notified that all three of his entries for the California Craftsmen's Exhibition in Richmond were accepted for showing. A section of this show will tour the Western states for one year. 28 Hard; annual 40 Too grain 42 Moslem 6n*h 29 Above (coatr.) 44 In state of 30 Large snafca action (S. Amer.) 45 Satiated 32 Stock certificate 46 At that place (ab.) 47 Plod doggedly „ ,. „,- 35neshfood 48Seahird 28 Single die point 36 Scoffer 52 Since 27 Woody fruit 38 Indistinct image 53 Wager I 2 Relating to { (suffix) !3Of gram ! molecule (var.) recgonition of 15-year association with the sorority. Mrs. Erna Clark and Mrs. Helen Matthews, the latter from Riverside and president of Mission California Council, assisted Mrs. Boyd Johnson in directing this ceremony in which eight other sorority representatives took part. Musical accompaniment was provided by a trio composed of Mrs. William N. Barlow, Mrs. Schalau and Mrs. Donald Derby with Mrs. Delbert Williamson at the piano. Other Order of the Rose honorees this year are Mrs. Paul Prescott, Mrs. William Sedgwick and Mrs. Daryl Smith for whom the ceremony had been performed at previous meetings of their individual chapters. Awards were given to chapter members for whom perfect attendance had been recorded this year and special sponsors' awards also went to Mrs. William Paterson of Xi Theta Beta and to Mrs. Sal Tedesco of Zeta Rho. . lota Tau's Mrs. Malcolm Curry was narrator for a fashion show chosen as the method of reviewing various activities ol the year. Modeling styles from xmise's Feminine Fashions in ledlands, with hair styles by 'hyllis Adair's, were Mmes 'ohn Van Uffelen, William Bar ow, Leslie Rogers Jr., Mary "ohnson and Daryl E. Smith flrs. Williamson also provide) lackground music for this fea Williamson, retiring ure. Mrs. Council president, prefaced her tribute to her fellow officers (in original rhyme) with an origin al poem which led appropriately o the announcement of the ad lition to her family by adoptioi if a baby daughter, Sandra Jane, who was to join the Wil iamsoa household today. Mrs. William Derby, Red ands Council's vice president was mistress 'p[ ceremonies fo the evening and Mrs. Huffake announced receipt of the an nual message from Walte loss, urging that it be read in ts entirety at individual chap er meetings. Introduction of new pledges ransferees, honorary members and former chapter member preceded the program. Quesfers Share Program Of Varied Topics Members participated in the program presented for the Wednesday meeting of The Qucsters at the home of Mrs. H. 0. Robinson, 438 Center street. Mrs. Rodney L. Cranmer read a paper on "old and New Triv els", Mrs. Ralph Brooks spoke on souvenir spoons, Mrs. Ernest L. Danielson Sr. had old hat- pins as her topic and Mrs. Robinson showed several interesting examples of pieces of needlework, heirlooms in her family. Mrs. John Lang, who recently returned from the DAR convention in Washington, D.C., gave a resume of this event and told of sightseeing trips in and around the city. Mrs. R. B. Thieme contributed to the pro gram with a paper on Charry Hill, historic home in Albany, N.Y., which contains contents from the family of the original MARTHAS MEETING SET FOR MONDAY Our Lady of the Citrus household, Order of Martha, will meet Monday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Alfred Rezendes, 439 Norwood street. The group has been busy in recent months obtaining items for mission stations. A monstrance has been sent to Fr. Melvin Stanley in the Philippines; a chalice to Fr Morales in Mexico and two chalices to Fr. Deerich at a mission station. Madge Dolezel Installed In Office As Redlands Zonta Club President Redlands Country Club was the setting for the dinner meeting and installation of new officers for Zonta club of Bed- lands Wednesday evening. Installing officer was past president Doris Brose who installed Madge Dolezel as president; Martha Mueller, vice president; Dorothy Beard, corresponding secretary; Gretchen Gazzo, recording secretary; Geraldine Blackburn, treasurer, and Carol Cunningham and May Gray, director's. Mrs. Brose, reading the Beatitudes from the Bible for her ceremony, . presented each new officer/ a scroll depicitmg her duties. In her acceptance talk, Mrs. Dolezel noted that the ZD on the gold scrolls meant "Zero Defect", or no mistakes, which is iier theme for the coming year. Maroon and gold flowers dec- orated each table, with golc candelabra and maroon scrolls. Background organ music during the dinner and installation was played by Helen Malpass. Outgoing president R e t h a Lloyd welcomed members and after dinner, gave her President's Farewell Message, reviewing the year and thanking all who contributed to its sue cess. Invocation was by Evelyn Wil son. The next board meeting was announced for May 4 and the general luncheon meeting for May 12. Complete College Shoe Shop 529 Orenge 793-3429 ADDITIONAL SOCIETY ON PAGE 9 CHRISTIAN BPW COUNCIL DINNER SET FOR MONDAY Reservations are due by tomorrow for the monthly dinner meeting of Christian Business and Professional Women's Council of San Bernardino scheduled or 6:30 p.m. Monday at the San Bernardino Masonic Tern- We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT It makes'-a woman feel so good— To finally tackle a big job she las been dreading, and putting off. To get up enough courage to clear out all the junk in attic or basement that has been accumulating for months—or, per- laps, years. To reach the bottom of the aundry basket and not have one single, thing left unironed. To have several of her lunch eon or dinner guests ask for the recipe for a dish she has served them. To receive a sincere compli ment from a teen-age son or daughter. 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