Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 10, 1965 · Page 3
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ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Redlands GOP Women To Host County Meeting Plans for the County Federation meeting in Redlands May 28 were discussed by members of the Redlands Federated Re publican Woman's club board who met Friday with Mrs. Lee Harris, 363 Summit avenue. In the absence of Mrs. Charles Wimberly, president, Mrs. Harris conducted the meeting. Redlands Republican women will be hostesses to county members at the May 28 luncheon meeting in the Casa Loma room at the University of Redlands. Speaker will be Mrs. John James Champieux of Alhambra, former state regent of Daughters of tlie American Revolution and newly elected reporter general to the Smithsonian Institute. Her subject will be, "Faith of Our Fathers." Local D.A.R. chapter members are invited to hear Mrs. Champieux at this time. At the board session w^ere Mmes. G.A. Jalm, William H. Morrison, Blanche Reese, William H. Wilson, Emmitt 0. Graham II. Harold Piper, William C. Ycngst. William B. Wilson. Milton Vander Lmde, R. II. Mitchell and Harri.s. Red/ands DaWy facfs Mon., May 10, 1965 - H ABOARD SHIP — In her stateroom |ust prior to the sailing of the Matson Liner SS Monterey, Mrs. Hazel Morgan, 200 Craig street, prepares to embark on the 42-day cruise to the South Pacific. The ship will call at the ports of Bora Bora, Papeete, Rorotonga, Auckland, Sydney, Noumea, Suva, Niuafo'ou, Pago Pago and Honolulu during the spring cruise. John V'tnkes BrJde-Elecf Shower Honoree A miscellaneous bridal .shower honoring Carol Person, who will become the bride of John T. Vinke in a ceremony scheduled foP June 19. was given Friday evening by Mrs. Gerald Ritsema and Mrs. Steve Van Grouw Jr. at the latter's home, 1640 West Olive avenue. Guests were Mrs. John Vinke. mother of the prospective bridegroom: Mmes. Garrett Mouw Breakfast Club Entertains At Dinner Dance With over 100 in attendance, husbands of Breakfast club members were entertained Friday evening at a dinner dance at the Country Club. Guests were greeted at the door by the club president and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Howard; and by Mrs. W. H. Fallen and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W. Emmerson. Tables were attractively dec- Steve Van Grouw Sr., Otto Wie- orated with .Maybaskets of yel- langa. Albert Reinders and ElhSjiow and white marguerites and Crutchfield; and the Misses Bev-icandles. Mrs. Vance H. Taylor erly Brummell and Nclda Ca.s -iwas in charge of decorations. , , , , , ' Music for dancing was played G,f s wore sent by John s „y f,,^ ^ary Byers Combo and grandmothers Mrs. Henry \ an-! ^^.^..^ der Veen and Mrs. Cornelms, R^^^...^ 5^^^,.^^ Vmke: and by Mrs. Lawrence! „ . Youngsma, Mrs. Cornelia van- i ' p T"'"l T"/ der Meer. Miss Mary Ellen A. Beeler, Robert K. Wielcnga and Miss Donna Rein-j f,'^'''"',"'"- George- Cady Urban " j M. Derkum, Roy C. Hdl, Stan I ley Poppett, Au.stin Welch, Har- jold A. Winn. William T. Hart- Spinet Program To Feature Youth Groups The Spinet invites all music lovers to share in their program to be presented at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening in John Knox hall of the First Presbyterian church This will be the Scholarship Benefit program for the annual Spinet scholarships and Miss Edith McCoUister, chairman of the Spinet Youth Contest Auditions committee, wiU present the winner of this year's scholarship. Fred Waitz will conduct the Redlands High school instrumental ensemble and Wilbur Schowalter will present his RHS choral ensemble in a special musical program. At 7:30, preceding the program, a meeting for members only will be conducted for the purpose of election and installation of officers. Annual capsule reports will be presented at this time. ders. Peg Emerson Wins Garden Air Trophy Peg Emerson defeated Ruth Gerken lo win (he women's club champion.ship at Garden Air and received her trophy at the recent meeting of women golfers in the clubhouse. Consolation flight winners were Gladys Gould, first; Kathryn Byrcm, second, and Millie Hayden. third. Weekly tournament winners during April were Mrs. Emerson, low gross, and Kalhryn By­ rcm, low net, .April 6: Mrs. Emerson, low gross. Ruth Gcrken, zcll and James Lee Clark. O\it-of-lown guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald II. Fairbairn of Pasadena and Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCormick of Chula Vista. Kingsbury PTA To Close Year The last meeting of the year for Kingsbury P.T.A. will he- gin Wednesday evening at 7:30. according to Mrs. C. Vincent Fin^ins. president. Mrs. William Haitc. newly elected president for lflS5-68. will introduce her new board members at this time. Summer recreation director. low net, and Kathie Gosse. low [Ed Loscc. will present a pro- putts, April 13: Hannah Mort-|gram outlining recreation plans cnson, first low putts: Monty for the students during the sum- Sholes and Gladys Gould, tied mcr. The sixth grade choir, un- for second, April 27. ! der the direction of Mrs. Harry Ninth Grade Girls To Hear •'All About You" Again this year, the Redlands YWCA will conduct a series of three lectures for ninth grade girls entitled "All About You". Girls at Redlands Junior High school will meet Tuesday after noons from 3:45 to 4:45, beginning tomorrow. Cope Junior High will have the same pro gram on Thursday afternoons from 3:30 to 4:30, starting this week. The lectures will attempt to answer questions on physical love, moral responsibility to the individual and to the community, and the importance of healthy personal care, according to Mrs. Norman R. Thompson. Teenage director of the YWCA. Dr. Allan McCall will begin the lectures, to be followed by iRev. John Foerster. pastor of the First Evangelical Lutheran church, and by Mrs. Inez Heb bard of The Harris company. Signups are being taken for'Suttncr and Mrs. Morns , ;f'^•^ P cpinAV ,e Desert League finale May ham, will entertain. j LUNCHEON FRIDAY the 23-25 at Yucca Valley. Husbands] A recent board meeting was and wives will play Sunday in a best ball of partners tournament and the women will remain for the partners tournament Monday and Tuesday. held at the home of Mrs. Earl Anderson, 707 Esther Way. Mrs. Robert Clinton was co-hostess. MENTONE CLUBWOMEN MEET TOMORROW Mcntone Woman's chib will meet at 11 a.m. tomorrow in the clubhouse for a Executive board members will serve (he luncheon Friday when .Arrowhead chapter, .Daughters of the American Rev- Pla'is for the Salad Luncheon to-oj^yon ^^^^^ at 12:30 p.m. in be held May 25 at the Home of ^^^^ board room of Redlands : Mrs. Edmund Dombrowski, 1321 p^^Uc schools. Mrs. John Lang. Knoll road, were announced by.^^ (,^(((.(3, delegate to the re- Mrs. James Ilargravc. i ^ent Continental Congress in Mrs. Anchard Zcllcr reported Wa,shington. D.C., will be the .iiu.v II, success of Ihc Book Fair speaker Guests are welcome business i f^l'i'c-'^'^"^'' '"^i" appreciation'and reservations must be made session, to be followed bvTunclv! ff'" ''^^'P g"<^" ^y mothers. eon at 12:30. Lt. Ed Olmo.s pf: teachers, and studcnis. Redlands police department will be the speaker. Committee reports will be heard and hostesses will be Mrs. John F. Dayton Sr. and iMrs. Hurl B. Robinson. Transportation may be arranged with Jlrs. Julius M. Friederich or Mrs. D. Ellis Crane m Has a MAY 11 — Mike McMahon Kevin Graham Gerald Stambaugh Kurt Chunn Carl E. Austin Bob Munoz Bob Owens Bruce Laycock John Edwards, Jr. Donald Thornton Phillip Gianunzio Happy Birthday from 11 E. State Ph. PY 3-250S not later than Wednesday. Redlands chapter will be one of the hostess chapters for the final State Council meeting May IS at the Mission Inn in Riverside. Margaret Pense ttas Party On 8th Birthday A Saturday afternoon party at the Glen Pense home. 92S Cajon street, was planned in celebration of the eighth birthday of the Pcnses' daughter, Margaret. The youngsters present Joinedl ^i;^--^;;!^, j^,; m the playmg 0 games. ^Hhln:30 to 12:30 and luncheon wiU prizes gomg to the winners. A |be served at 12:30. Reservations !pink and white birthday cake I was served to the young guests who were Jenny Salgado, Brenda -Marlin. Krisanne Wogen, Anja Wouters. Marion Wouters, Terry Trapliagan, Debbie Forsberg. Virginia White and Grey Talkington. Margaret's older sister, Brenda. and a friend, Petra Schacfer. assisted Mrs. Pense [in serving the birthday refresh' menls. RETIRED OFFICERS WIVES MEET THURSDAY Orange Empire Retired Officers Wives club will meet Thursday at Norton Air Force Base Officers club. Bridge and Canasta will begin at 10 a.m.. are due by noon tomorrow and may be made with Mrs. James Grider. 793-5677, or Mrs. H. L Ahl, 792-6937. MAKt FRIENDS AAUW LIVING ARTS GROUP TO MEET Living Arts section of A.MJW will meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Richard Holechek, 1328 Far View lane. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Cecil Merchant and Mrs. David Porter. Members are asked to bring with them some item they have created to display in the annual arts and crafts show. KEA®The beginning -dater will find a few compliments go a long way. OUB SIXTIETH YEAR general electric southport automatic blanket LAY-AWAY SALE Now is the time to save on luxurious deluxe Southport electric blankets by 6E. A small lay-away deposit of 3.00 will hold your blanket for you for delivery any time after Sept. 1 and you save 5.00 to 10.00. 100% acrylic with nylon binding. Choose from dusty olive, butterscotch, mist pink, indigo blue, tawny beige or cloud white. Guarantee — complete replacement without charge of blanket and control within 2 years. 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