Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 4, 1965 · Page 3
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Redlands Daily Facts Tuesday, May 4,1965 - 3 MISS JOSEPHINE RE AY Society Editor octet If -inda Arth Of Redlands Winner Of Regional Venture Club Scholarship 1 Linda Artli, Redlands Higli ;1 school senior and daughter of I Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Arth, West I San Bernardino avenue, was an :l nounced winner of the scholar., ship presented by the Pacific j Region, American Council of Venture Clubs, during the spring •; conference last weekend at Disneyland hotel. Linda plans to attend San Bernardino State College next year. She has been high school representative to the Redlands Venture club. The $250 scholarship winner was chosen on the basis of scholarship, citizenship and leadership. Linda is a member of the California Scholarship Federation, Girls Service club, Girls .'\thlelic Association and A Cappella Choir at Redlands High school. She was Winter Ball queen this year and is chairman of com- LINOA ARTH munications for .Associated Stu- Photo b,v Wm. EInicr Kingham dcnls. Linda was al.so recipient ol the D.A.R. District Good Citizenship award this year. She is a member of Kimberly Juniors of the Contemporary club and a member of the choir at the First Congregational church. Venlurists attending the week- tire "'four "cont7mporVry "°aubs;f"d inference w'ere Vee Rega- groups, entertained membersi'ado, president; Cora Flo Ellis, of the afternoon group. Evening! Bfnadme Andrade, Terry Auxiliary. Junior Clubwomen; Eclna Gremer and Sharon and other guests last evening'Redlands Ven ure club with a repeat performance o£^™" '-^S'™^' P"'''^<^'ly their colorful and entcrtaining^'^'^"^^"'^'-' dance program, "Around the^ Also present were Vesta World in Dancing Daze". The program, a traditional spring event, was first presented Friday evening before a capacity audience. The second performance allowed hundreds more, including many of the parents of the Kimberly Juniors, to see the original entertainment for which Joyce Neil Hardy was choreographer and director. Ruth Grinnell Fowler was again at the piano. A report of the Friday program which appeared in t h e Saturday Facts inadvertently omitted the name of Linda Romo who took part in the opening sequence with Mary OUR VERY GREATEST * OUR VERY GREATEST > OUR VERY'GR eoth AnnivGrsary Sale EATEST • OUR VERY GREATEST • OUR VERY GREATEST >OUR V Kimberly Jrs. Repeat Program For Club Groups Kimberly Juniors, youngest of jSchacfer and Vera Kingham, cochairmen for the Venture club from I he sponsoring Soropti- mist club of Redlands. Carol Cassiano Honor Guest At Bridal Shower Honoring Carol Cassiano, Mrs. Edward Montano and Mrs. Philbert Romero entertained at a luncheon and bridal shower Saturday at the Montano home, 30470 East Sunset drive. Carol will become the bride of Chauncey Romero in a cere- Frances Lenker, Robyn Crcav..^^^^^, j„ performed June Mclinda Burns, Carta Myers ,5 and Gail Gerrard. ' „. , , ... , ,. Pink and white decorations Officers this year are Karen ,^.p,.g f^,. luncheon and Berkheimer, president; L 1 nd a;,,,;,^^,,^,,^^^,;. ,,,3,,.^^ gifts were Arth, vice president; Mary Vro-, ^1^^ ^^ bride-elect, man, secretary; Margaret Vro-1 fjucsls were Mmcs. Roy man, treasurer; Judith Water- p-jpi^j^ ^,1,^^;, Landcros, Sal bury, correspondmg secretary,^,.„„,r Quintana, Joe and Linda Romo, publicity gsireHa ci^.js Garcia Jr.. chairman. i Ernest Robles, John Atilano. Pouring during the tea hour s t e v e Candelaria, Romie after the program last evening Chaves, Ines .'\lmaraz. Carl Se- were Mrs. E. W. Shirk, Kim-;pulvcda. Henry Hawthorne, berly Juniors sponsor: Mrs.{James Tobar; and the Misses J. B. Brinkcrhoff and Mrs. John | Dixie Rogers and Tessa Quin B. SUIT, advisors; Mrs. Harry:tana. Briggs and Mrs. Ernest Rich-j ards. At the lea room door toj greet guests were Mrs. William H. Johnson Jr., newly elected president of the Contemporary Club, and Mrs. Carrol M. Crane, retiring president. Al the main door were Mrs. Carrie Hamilton and Mrs. G. H. Curtis. On the tea committee were Jlrs. Robert C. Frazier, chairman; Mmes. E. E. Ball, How-- ard McPherson, Guy B. Entrekin and T. J. Grieder. The Evening Auxihary provided the punch. Soroptimists Attend Weekend Conference Five members of the Redlands clul) returned Sunday evenin from a conference of the Pacific Region of the Soroptimist Fed- eralion of the .Americas at Dis neyland hotel in .Anaheim. Redlaiuis memliers altcndinf were Eileen Farley, president; Belty Stalnaker. Gertrude Goodrich, Vesta Schaefcr and Vera Kingham. Mrs. Schaefer and Mrs. Kingham. Redlands Soroptimist co-chairmen of Venture Club, attended Venture meetings with the six local Vontiirisls attending iheir conference. .Appro.ximatcly 1000 women, in- cludin.g representatives of Venture and "S" clubs, registered for Final show of the season, the conclave for which the nine opened Jlonday at Lyon Art: Orange county clubs were host- Gallery, Smiley Library, and losses. .Meetings began Friday will continue through May 23. 1 evening and continued througii Emphasizing the outdoor liv-|Sunday morning, ing of summertime, a patio at-| of particular inlercsl to the mosphere has been created in: Redlands group was the Saturday the galler.v by Sirs. Kenneth R. evening banquet enlertahiment featuring Janice Gayl Wheeler, soprano, a recent winner in the .yon Gallery Offers Fina Show Of Season Morse and Mrs. J. Davis Applewhite. Fine art and crafts are used in conjunction with; young Artist Contest sponsoredj plants and outdoor furnishings. ' ' The public is invited to view the unusual exhibit from 2 to by .Associates of the Redlands Bowl. She is also a former re- iciplcnl of the Pacific Region 5 p.m. daily, with exception of ^ soroptimist scholarship. Thursdays. Plans for next year were discussed at a gallery committee meeting, presided over by Miss EUzabeth Hopkins, in the absence of chairman Ben.ianiin Rabe, who is traveling with his wife in Spain. The fall season will open withj Over 60 guests took part in a "turn of the century" paint-[the housewarming given Sunday ing show. A highlight of the' new calendar will be an ex- Housewarming Noted At New Dubnicka Home afternoon at the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dubnicka change of art between Redlands j and family, located at 11336 area children and Hino, Japan, children during December. The committee voted to donate $100 for the Margaret Sanborn Hall award for a talented .Acropolis drive, Yucaipa. Gifts and flowers were presented to the Dubnickas on this occasion and guests were shown through the house by the hosts art student at Redlands Highland hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Al- School this year, with the.fred Wright and Mr. and IHrs. recommendation that the award; Roger Campbell. be continued in future years. ln| other business, the committee reelected Mr. Rabe to serve as chairman for another term. HEFTI SIGNS HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Neal Hefti has signed to compose and conduct the muscial score for Joseph E. Levine's "Harlow." Two cakes, decorated in pink and white, bore the inscription "Congratulations. Joe and Donna, on your new home". Out-of-town guests included Mr. Dubnicka's step-brother and family from Anaheim, the Joe Uhlors. Special door prizes were given to Mrs. Otto Turner and William Allen. WEDNESDAY FINAL REDUCTIONS COATS AND SUITS OFF Now, even greater values for the last day of our Anniversary Sale! A beautiful group of coats and suits in a variety of fine fabrics. Be early—they won't last long at half-price! Women's Coats and Suits. PIN MONEY DRESSES Vl OFF One- and two-piece styles, coat dresses, step-ins . . . prints, assorted pastels, navy in acetate, spun rayons, Arnel® triacetate jersey ... a great selection, but hurry to get all you want! FAMOUS MAKER'S 1/ SUMMER SUITS /I OFF One- and two-piece styles in a wide variety including longer jackets, new double-breasted jackets, new silhouettes in plaids, checks, solid colors, assorted sizes 5-15. Reg. 19.98 - 29.98, 9.99 - 14.99. DRESSES 2 OFF Misses', junior and custom sizes in a still-great assortment of styles for daytime, after-five and casual wear. One- and two-piece styles, costumes in prints and solid colors. Broken sizes, reg. 19.95-49.95. Knit Jackets THERE'S STILL MORE! 399 Men's all-silk neckwear, a good Men's stretch socks, 100% Banlon Orloni" acrylic knits in a wide variety selection of colors and patterns for coble fluffy crew socks, wide assort­ of colors and styles. White, pastels. summer, greatly reduced ment of colors, at savings red, navy, beige and darker tones. 1.79 ea. 2/3.50 75< eo. 3/2.00 M-L, reg. 6.98. Street Floor. Terry Dusters 588 Fine terry in beautiful prints, buttons down the front. One size fits all, reg. 8.00. Angel Treads 148 pr. Casual outdoor style in vinyl that feels like kid; or cotton terry in pretty print, S-M-L, Reg. 2.00 and 3.00. Notions. Sta-i-ionery Special Montag's Sheerlite Pound paper reg. 85c 69< | Envelopes, reg. 45c - . 35< Lop letters, reg. 1.00 80< Boxed paper, 96 sheets, 48 envelopes, in white, blue, pink, grey, green, yellow or lilac, special 1.98 Lop pod, reg. 1.00 80< Perfume Lamp i99 I Dainty porcelain accessory for the boudoir. Reg. 5.00. Handbags white bags, in potent and plastic. Sale priced, reg. 5.98. Pecan Roll If lb. Caramel center, rolled in fresh, de­ licious pecans, reg. 1.25 lb. Jewel Cases 1 OFF Famous makers', in ivory, gold, pink, blue or black, assorted styles and sizes, reg. 5.50 to 59.95 3.76 to 39.98 Sportswear k88 2-piece coordinates: Arnel s> acrylic skirts, straight or pleat­ ed with matching tops, reg. 15.98. Shifts 199 4' Assorted prints and stripes, oil sum­ mer fabrics and colors, sizes 8 to 16, 8.98 WHITE GOOSE DOWN PILLOWS Imported. 100% white goose down, "Beverly," finished size 20 x 26, reg. 12.98 9.00 "Granada," finished size 21 x 27, reg. 18.98 12.00 DACRON ® Dupont Docron''' polyester, finished size 20 X 26, reg. 5.98 eo. . 2/7.00 OUR HANSOM BRAND White Dress Shirts »99 2 Four short sleeve styles in cotton or Dacron® polyester-and-cotton, 14':16' 2, reg. 3.95, 5.00. FAMOUS BRAND Banlon Knit Shirts 349 All nylon, soft, luxurious, in distinc­ tive styles for leisure or active weor. You'll recognize them by their quality. S-M-l-XL. FAMOUS BRAND MEN'S SWIMWEAR 2 P00 ^59 A huge assortment of fabrics, styles, models and colors . . . and now's the time to buy them! S-M-L-XL, reg. 3.95 and 5.00. Sale! Noritake FINE CHINA DINNERWARE 5-pc. place setting, reg. 6.98 3.99 and 4.99 5-pc. place setting, reg. 7.98 _ 5.99 ALL NORITAKE OPEN STOCK 20% OFF 18" REEL Power Mower §995 Pacemaker Deluxe mov/er, self-pro­ pelled, 2-horsepower 4 cycle Briggs and Stratton engine, easy spin recoil starter, heavy duty blades, ^4" to 3';" high cut. Reg. 74.95 Ballerina Hosiery Seamless heel and toe and seamlesi mesh, reg. 1.00 pr. NOW SHOP HARRIS' MONDAY AND FRIDAY 9;30 A. M. TO 9 P. M. - OTHER DAYS 9:30 A. M. TO 5:30

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