Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 8, 1965 · Page 3
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OPEN CANCER CRUSADE - With Mr. and Mrs. J. Winfield B r i s t o w as co-chairmen, the Cancer Crusade in Mentone is now underway. Seated ore volunteers Mrs. E. H. Thamann, left, and Mrs. H. Y. Reynolds. Standing are Mrs. Bristow, left, and Mrs. H. M. Crosthwaite Sr. Mrs. Crosthwaite and Mrs. D. Ellis Crane are co-chairmen of the project from Mentone Woman's club. Leaders On Overnight At Camp Wi Wo Ca An overnight campout for Girl Scout leaders and neighborhood chairmen was the recent event at Camp Wi Wo Ca in Wildwood Canyon for which Mrs. Alien Brett, program cliairman for San Gorgonio Girl Scout Council, was cliairman. Mrs. William Fawcett, Council president, and Mrs. Bruce Alexander, trainer, were in charge of food and equipment. Activities included the "altar" fire, laid and lit by Mrs. Paul Hester; campfire song in which tlie group was led by Mrs. David Barnes; nature craft activity in leaf printing under Mrs. Dunn's direction and a ''wide game" in which all took part, planned by Mrs. Kenneth Hall. Mmes. .Joe Ludikhuize, Kenneth Foster and Pascal Lancaster participated in the morning color ceremony, as did Mrs. Brett. Mrs. Ludikhuize, Mrs. Marvin Gulknecht and Mrs. Louis DeWill were patrol leaders. Others participating were Mmes. Roy Poole, Phil Disparte. IMichacl Malis. James Piper. Jack Rose. Ed Rorer. George Barich, Donald Kiel and Charles Race. Mentone School May Festival Next Tuesday Children of Mentone school will present their annual May festival Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. and all parents are invited to attend. Installation of PTA officers wiU be conducted in the multipurpose room after the program. Refreshments wiU be served. Kindergarten registration is scheduled for June 4 at the Yucalpa's Emma Smith Named To Rebekah Post ccie Supporters Reminded 0 Bowl Drive Contributions for the 42nd season of summer programs at Redlands Bowl, while coming earlier than usual at the beginning of the drive, have taken a drop in the last week, membership chairman Franklin D. Postle reports. Postle said that $10,500 has been raised toward the necessary goal of $50,000. Membership donations, deductible from income tax reports, may be left with Postle at the downtown Redlands Branch of Bank of America, or mailed to Mrs. George Emmett Mullen, presi dent, Redlands Community Mu sic Association, P.O. Box 466, Redlands. The season opens July 6 with an all-Tschaikowsky Concert, Harry Farbman conducting the Redlands Bowl Symphony Orchestra. There will be 19 eve nings, including three other sym phony concerts, two nights of "HMS Pinafore," two of Jerome Hines' ''I am the Way" (starring the "Met" basso) and one each of "Rigoletto" and "Madame Butterfly." Dance nights will feature Luisa Triana, San Diego Ballet and Ballet Celeste. MISS JOSEPHINE KEAY Society Editor Arf Show On Wednesday Club Calendar Next Wednesday at 1 o'clock at the Country Club, members and their guests wUl view an art show collected by Mrs. Rex Oranmer and her committee members, Mmes. James Gillespie, Melvin Haas, Madison Finlay and Carl Cook. Reservations may be made though the club office. To be on exhibit ^re tlie works of Louis Fox, Don Sal- orzano, Noel Quinn, Robert Wood, Evelyn Gathying, Doris Cook, Rhea Applewhite, Beatriz LowTey, Bernard Lorwey, Jean Cranmer, Pat Fullerton, Wayne Dean, Sabato Fiorello, Ann Blesener and Signe Halechek. Hostesses for the day are •Mmes. William Paul, Jolin Melcher, Meredith Beaver and Gordon Bennett. Job's Daughters Entertain For Eastern Stars MR. AND MRS. RONALD K. STALLCUP Photo by Nick Kozloff, San Bernardino Sfalicup-Lowerison Church Nuptials Followed By Poolside Bridal Supper Redlands Daily Facts Saturday, May 8, 1965 - 3 Lingenfelters At Weddings Of Granddaughters Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lingenfelter, 708 Cajon street, recently returned from Aurora, Col., where they attended the weddings of their twin granddaughters, Linda Carol and Laurie Lee lingenfelter, daughters oj Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lingenfelter of Aurora. Linda became the bride of .M- vin Adam Reffel and Laurie Lee was married to Edward Lee Hildebrandt. Bo'ih couples will make their homes in Denver. The twins lived witli their grandparents in Redlands for a few months in 1951 and attended Kingsbury school. A pink and white setting was Redlands Job's Daughters. un-!chosen by Judith C. Lowerison tider direction of Mrs. Normalfor her wedding last Saturday Cox, entertained Copa del Oro I afternoon at 5 o'clock in Red- KIM MAN TAI Jr. Clubwomen "Adopt" Young Korean Boy .M'ter attending the special performance of the Kimberly Juniors Spring program this week, board members of Junior Clubwomen held their montliiy board meeting at the home of Mrs. Ronald Nelson. .At this time, I\Irs. Jack Forquer, international affairs chairman, announced identy of the foreign cliild the club has adopted through the Christian Children's Fund. He is Kim Man Tai. a third grade student in Korea. His family is impoverished since the loss of his father, said Mrs. Forquer. The club will now provide him with the necessities he has been denied. This project is supported hy the International Luncheons given monthly by the club members. The next is scheduled for May 12 at the home of Mrs. William Whit mar, 823 Robinliood lane. It will be American style and is open to the public. Other activities in May are Yucaipa Rebekah lodge has received notification of the ap pointment of Emma Smith, past district deputy president of its lodge, to the position of Grand Outside Guardian of the California Rebekah Assembly for 1965-65. This marks the first time that the Yucaipa lodge has been so honored. At the recent lodge meeting, welcomed as a guest was Maude Woolery noble grand of Desert Gold lodge, Joshua Tree. Special officers introduced were Lois Nelson, Emma Smith and Elsie York. Five delegates w i 11 attend State Assembly May 15 and 16. They are Emma Smith, Vera Pope, Lois Nelson, Viola Haddock and Jessie Woodruff. A monetary contribution was A SWITCH sent to the United Nations Fund for Youth. May and June birthday celebrants honored were .Arthur Roc, Ed Woodruff, Choles Petersen, Myra Benson, Roy Nelson, Jessie Woodruff and Grace Matula. On the refreshment committee were Florence McNutt. chairman; Viola Haddock. Irene Hardwick and Alice Prozeller, Local Officers To Attend YW Institute During the period from May 10 through 13, four Redlands YWCA officers wiU attend the 1965 YWCA International Training Institute at the Santa Barbara Miramar hotel. Attending for the purpose of better equipping themselves for their particular tasks in the local service organization will be Miss Helen Atkins, Dr. Nadine Cragg, Mrs. Larry Hendon and the executive director of the Redlands YWCA, Mrs. Margaret Peterson. Theme of this year's institute is "To Combat Loneliness and Isolation." lands First Baptist church whetjjboujfant organza, she became the bride of Ronald K. Stallcup. James Lowerison of San Bernardino and the late Mr. Lowerison and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Eugene Meade of chapter. Order of the Eastern Star, during their meeting tliis week in Masonic temple. They presented two musical numbers, "Hello Dolly" in honor of Mrs. DoUie Hosteller's birthday and "Bless This Bethel". The meeting was conducted downstairs for senior members unable to climb the stairs. The theme was "Home Coming" and the chapter room was decorated with mixed carnations, honeysuckle and iris from the garden of Mary Friderich, chairman for the eveiiing. ^ ^ ^^^.^^^^ Escorted and introduced wereg^^ ^- home of the ,past matrons and patrons of the:Lowerison family, 'chapter, Dillie Pidgeon, Annie' Venturists To Choose Projects Wednesday evening, members of Redlands Venture Club met at the home of Terry White. 333 i Lotus, for the regular commit- I ice meeting. I Items for service projects I were discussed by the group • with recommendations to be of San Bernardino and Cherylnfladg at the business meeting Donaldson of \'ista. Pamela Dcutsch, niece of the bride. Mr. Deutsch was best man T • i> J ,1 r i ^nd ushers were Carroll Judith is the daughter of Mrs. Ujg^gygy Huntington Beach, Westminister and J. C. StaUcup;Fi5 ^V..?/„''"l^ ^'^"'''l„'!Lr''!!''! of San Bernardino. next week at Smiley Library. .-\l.so discussed was the con- was flower giri. in pinkiffrence last week-end at Disneyland hotel. Venture members attending were Edna Grenier, Cora Flo Ellis. Gail Maire Nimmo, Sharron Kuite. Terry White. Bernie Andrade and Vee Regalado. Soroptimists attending were Vera Kmgham, Vesta Schaefer, Palmer, and Blance Brad Hilder and James Wiebeld of San Bernardino, Rev. Ivan Boll, pastor of the A garden reception at the Redlands home of Mr. and Mrs. candlelight, double ring scrv- • • lu • u. icP- Organist was Mrs. Hugh Henry Tanas, r 1310 Fulbnght,i\ia,.,j ^^j, , street, lollowed the church cere- 1 Robert McNanghton of Long mony and church reception. Bea(.|,_ ^„,„i„ „f j,,^ Many of the guests were from the bride and her mother arclLenna members, officiated at the, Stater. Also present was the Pacific Region Scholarship winner and Redlands \'cnture Higli school representative Linda Arth. Johnston, Mary McLennan. Mrs. Friderich, Nancy Hepburn, Estelle Morrison, Stella Garrett, Opal McDaniels, Myrtle Henderson, Helen Jones, Edward Kellams, Floyd Mattison and Austin Garrett. After greetings by Ruth Malison and Jack Krause, worthy matron and patron, a poem was At the Farias home, a poolside buffet supper was served The bride's brother, J a m e sjj" ^-^ S'f f,'^- Colored lights il- Lowerison of San D i e g o,""™^'«^d the garden setting for escorted her to meet hc-r bride- 1"^^ ^^""'y nuptial par- groom. She wore a wedding ty. after which the young new- dress of white imported rice silk r '<=ds.lpft fo;- a trip to with ChantiUy lace bodice!^°=«'""«.-„^^'""'f'and Monterey, beaded with pearls. An orange '"^^e their home blossom headpiece secured her 'l Canyon drive m San Ber- tingertip length veil and she'"^™'"°held an arrangement of white carnations and roses with orchid Mark Farias (aped the complete wedding ceremony as a MRS. LAGERQUIST RESIGNS PRESIDENCY At the recent meeting of Mentone Republican Women's club board members. Mrs. John K. Lagerquist submitted her resignation as president. Mr. and Mrs. Lagerquist and their children, David and Pat, plan to move from the area soon and her resignation will become effective June 15. Mrs. Julius M. HOUSTON (UPl)-Amor,g the Japanese people, the trademark "Made in U.S.A." has become a sign of cheap goods, a Bice University professor says. Dr. Edward Norbeck, chairman of the department of anthropology and sociology, said the Japanese are concerned today about the cheap American r^d in recogmtion of Uo^er.^^-^l^f:^~--^^^^^^ ^ listing Mrs. FriUerich were Bible given to her ;'£„---r, Steve, took — .f'-Mi^'^LagSuiJt^ hergranddaughter. Dorothy Ann! -- - . _ _ , . .1 . . term. pictures. c^ith- ri.„.„„.» D Do,.,.,, c 1 I ^'I's- Frederick P. Deutsch of! At the church reception. ?!!^'^i !:..,?.''."°''.n ':/5;.^;,„^-;;Hsan Olego. sister of the bride.,where the newlyweds cut via PaiTOtt, D. Ellis and Nellie Crane, Floyd Mattison and John Tirey. They used to have a reputation as copiers." he said. "Now they are producing quality goods." jwas matron of honor, wearing;the triple-tiered bride's cake, ja coral delustered satin sheath.itwo aunts of the bride. Mrs. floor length, and carrying a bou-{Richard Jameson and M r s. .Areitha Gibson, both of San Diego, completed its cutting. Out-of-town guests included a cousin of the bride. Major Norman L. Gibson, who flew to quel of carnations in the same products sweeping tlieir nation.!shade. In pink delustered satin were the three bridesmaids, Pamela Edgar of San Diego, Patty BeU Redlands from Omaha. Neb. The bride, now attending San Bernardino Valley College, i.5 also employed by the Telephone Compnay in San Bernardino where the bridegroom is associated with an insurance firm. H« is also an SBVC student. school, starling at 8 a.m. Parents enrolling children are asked to j the Mother-Daughter Tea. May bring birth certificates and (16. and the annual mstallation polio immunization cards. Chil-j banquet on May 24 at Steak dren must be five years old on; Eater's Inn. Reservations may OUB SIXTIETH YEAR be made by contacting M r ; Philip Tonilinson. I Elected by the board as new or before December 2. 1965 in order to begin school in September. The school's .sixth grade partvlcluh members were Mrs. Law-! will be in Sylvan Park June 3.!rencc Jones. l\lrs. Lyman Graves' I and Mrs. Richard Parque. Alter Society To Have Mass At Meetings Beginning next month. Rev. Kicardo Meza, pastor of St. Mary's Catholic church, will offer Mass at the home of the member who is hostess for the Altar Society meeting, it was announced at this week's meeting at the home of Mrs. D. C. Ramirez. Neighbors will be invited to attend and the first JIass will be celebrated at the June meeting at the home of Mrs. John .Arredondo on the Stewart Ranch. Miss Clara Blesener showed slides of her recent 15-week trip to Spain as the program for this week's meeting. Communion Sunday for the group will be May 16 at the 7 a.m. Mass. ' MAkt fRIENDS Antique collectors need to select their friends with care. Mission Work Described For Church Women Work of the Board of National Missions was reviewed during the program following this week's dinner meeting of w-om- en of the First Presbyterian church in John Knox hall. Jliss Florence Bell, president, introduced Miss Edith M. Beal who had arranged the program entitled "Work of the Board of National Missions". Mrs. Helen Covell gave a report on the mission in Northern Alaska and Miss Beal explained briefly the w-ork and location of the church's synods, children's homes, colleges and hospitals thoughout the United State, She then served as narrator while Roy Kendall showed slides of Warren Wilson college in North Carolina and the Granada Navajo Indian Mission and school, the new Sage Memorial hospital in Arizona. Mrs. Bessie Collette announced that a Gift Table was planned for the meeting June 2 as was an interesting fashion show. This will be a coffee meeting. A West Coast Leadership Training school in Pacific Pal-j isades will be conducted .August i 14-21. Jlrs. Swanson asked all members to save cancelled commemorative stamps for use in buying food for the needy. In 1962. the West Coast collected enough to send 1,105 tons of food abroad. Dinner was served by Circle V who prepared the meal dish. knits take a gentle rihhing... 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