Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 5, 1965 · Page 2
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2 - Wed., May 5, 1965 Redlands Daily Facts Bridal Shower Given For Beify Gunderson Betty Gunderson, who ^yilI become the bride of Norris Binding of ReSondo Beach in a ceremony to be performed in Redlands May 15, was honored recently at a pre-nuptial shower given at the home of the bride- elect, 42 San Gorgonio drive. Taking over the hostess duties on this occasion was Mrs. Douglas Freitas for Mrs. Jack Schulle who was unable to attend. Miscellaneous shower gifts were presented to the bride-to- be by the guests who included Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hutchenson, Mr. and Mrs. Freitas; Mrs. G. L. Sehulte, mother of the honoree; Mrs. Maxine Button and daughter, Tauni; Mrs. Beulah Babcock and daughters, Janice and Gail. Mmes. Maybelle Brown, Jerri Holman, Thelma Harper, Dawn Gorgeson, Li Ann Carter; Miss Viola Gosch, Miss Vita Ward, the honor guest and her fiance. Gifts were also received from Mrs. Jack Sehulte, Mrs. Joe Mello, Anna Mary Jones, Donna Altman, Chalaine Sehulte, Von Cile Tibbetts, Alma Berger, Ethel Hawley, Helen Peek, Dorothy Beltz, Muriel Roos, and Mrs. L. Chalafant. Prizes for games were won by Mmes. Babcock, Carter and Hutchenson; and the Misses Gosch and Hutton. ceietif MISS JOSEPlAVE REAY Society Editor formed by Judge Ben Alexander in the Asistencia Mission chapel, united Connie Ortiz and Charles Ortiz in marriage at 10 o'clock last Saturday. The bride, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Ortiz, 1217 Herald street, was escorted down the chapel aisle by h e r father. Her wedding dress of silk organza, street length, was embellished with embroidered appliques and was designed wjth flowing back panel. An orange blossom headpiece held her il- RUMMAGE SALE SET FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY A rummage sale, major fundraising project of the year for the House of Neighborly Service, will be a two-day event tliis week, scheduled for tomorrow and Friday. The sale will be conducted from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. both days at 117 Fourth street (across from the Bank of America parking lot). ional 10fh Year Merit Recital Sunday Redlands will be host for this year's annual Regional Tenth Year Certificate of Merit Recital and banquet, an event that rotates annually between Pomona, Riverside, San Bernardino and Redlands. The recital and banquet are scheduled for Sunday, the program to start at 3:30 p.m. in Memorial Chapel, dedicated to the mothers of the participants and others in the community. Eleven pianists and two organ ists will be heard. The public is invited to attend the program. Playing will be Mary Vroman and Cheryl Prout, organists; and pianists Linda Chaudoin, Diaua Jane Wilson. Bill Phillips, Taunja Sue Greenwood, Kathy Sepulveda, Nancy Anderson, Linda Southerland, Ann Switzer, Ruth Fox, Nancy Vander Meer, Dennis Pekus. The young musicians represent the studios of Ruth Wilkerson, Helen Adele Daun, Vera Van Loan and Kathryn James, all of Redlands; Louise Stoute of Riverside and Pauline Speyerer, -Alexandra Grow Jenks, Patricia Lotze, Hazel James Edwards, Patti Obershaw and Eunice Northrup, all of San Bernardino. Hazel James Edwards, state chairman. Certificates of Merit, will present 10th year pins to the participants on the program. Speaker at the banquet in U.R. Commons will be Erwin Ruff, member of the University of Redlands school of music faculty representing the host M.T.A. branch. Mrs. Daun, as Redlands branch president, will extend the greetings and invocation will be given by Mrs. Lotze of the San Bernardino branch. Banquet reservations are due by tomorrow and may be made with Miss JIargaret Pierce, 722 Eureka street, 792-1042. Friday To Be Fellowship Day For U.C.W. Friday will be May Fellowship Day for United Church Women at the First Congregational church, starting at 11 a.m. Rev. John Reid of West Covina, who has worked among the migrants, will be the speaker. A salad luncheon will be served in the social hall at 12:30 and the film on Appalachia, "The Captive", will be shown after luncheon. A nursery will be provided for children, and mothers are asked to provide them with a sack lunch. This is the only meeting of the year when one half of the offering is retained for projects of the local Council. The Council helps support the work of the Family Service Association, Salvation Army, scholarship fund. Literacy and Christian literature and the Mississippi project. Mrs. Jaime Quinones is chairman for the day. Leaders to participate in the Friday service are Mrs. William E. Hacker, First Presbyterian, president of Redlands U.C.W.; Mrs. Keith Moeskau, First Evangelical Lutheran church Miss Helen Atkins, First Congregational church, and Mrs. Robert Valentine, Furst Methodist church. Reading from the congregation will be Mrs. Thomas Farrington. First Presbyterian; Mrs. William MoUet, Salvation Army, and Mrs. Pauline Jackson, St. Paul's Methodist. Ushers will be Mrs. Rafael Gonzales, Divine Saviour Presbyterian; Mrs. AUie Townsend, Second Baptist; Mrs. Herman J. Schroeder, Mentone Congregational, and Mrs. W. W. Batton, St. Paul's Methodist. MR. AND MRS. CHARLES ORTIZ Photo by Neale Adair, Colton Connie Ortiz, Charles Ortiz Wee n Asistencia Mission Chape morning ceremony, per-|lusion bridal veil and her flowers were gardenias and white rosebuds. Elizabeth Reynoza was maid of honor, wearing blue silk organza with satin bodice, and a cabbage rose headpiece with AAUW Drama Group Meets AAUW play reading group met for its last session this year Tuesday evening at Lido Palms apartments with Miss Jane Wagner. Mrs. Milo Turner, section chairman, directed the reading of an interesting play. Mrs. Francis M. Canter was co-chostess for Ibe evening. Also present were the Misses Clara Belle Ledahl and Lola Heron; and Mmes. Frederick Crowell, Alvin Fishman, J. R. Walker, Lirmelte Hill, Kenneth M. Lowrance, Frederick G. Muhl. Neill 0. Rowe and David L. Soltau. Spray Run run in a stocking? Spray it with hair spray to halt its progress, suggests the National Family Opinion, Inc., a consumer research firm, in Toledo, Ohio. blue veiling. Bridesmaids, in green organza and satin, were Frances Reynoza and Gema DeLeon. All carried gardenias and white rosebuds. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Ortiz, 1243 Columbia street, asked Ruben Garcia to be his best man. Ushers were Joe Reyna and Lupe Vasquez. •The bride's little sister, Marie Ortiz, was flower giri and Anthony Ramirez was ring bearer. Assisting durmg the reception in the American Legion Post 650 clubhouse were Mrs. Phyllis Leon, Ramona Ramos, Annie Reynoza, Maria Vasquez, Delores Ramirez and Helen Reynoza. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Juana Martinez of Mexican, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Guerrero of Placentia, the Albert Guerrero family from Anaheim and Greg Juarez of Santa Ana. The newlyweds have postponed their wedding trip until a later date. The bride, now employed as a psychiatric technician at Patton State hospital, graduated in 1962 from Redlands High school and attended San Bernardino Valley College. The bridegroom, a 1958 graduate of Redlands High school, spent four years in service with the U.S. Marines Corps and is now attending Barber college. Women Golfers' "Platter Day" Set For Friday "Platter Day" is the main event scheduled for women golfers who wUl meet for play Friday at the Country Club. Players are also reminded to send in their checks immediately to Mrs. Robert Sherrod for the Member-Guest tournament scheduled for May 21 and to put the names and handicaps of their foursomes into the box provided for this purpose in the women's locker room. Results of Friday's putting tournament were, in Class A, Mrs. John Hart first, 28 putts; Mrs. Robert Campbell, second, 29; Mrs. William E. Howard, Mrs. Ralph Weaver and M r s. Earl Finch, tied for third with 30. Class B, Mrs. Ed Barnctt, first, 30; Mrs. Austin Welch and Mrs. Geneva Reiter, tied for second, 31: Mrs. Charles Haseltine, third, 32. Class C, Mrs. Earl Bandy, first, 31; Mrs. Rex Cranmer, second, 32; Mrs. James Gillespie, Mrs. Fred Heisner and Mrs. Franklin Roberts, third, 34. 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