Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 11, 1965 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, May 11, 1965
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sr. JIISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor IN THE ORIENTAL MANNER - Mrs. George W. Paul, standing, ond Mrs. Lawrence P. Mcintosh, left, and Mrs. R. L. Mayo, don Oriental costumes in keeping with the setting arranged for the annual May party to be sponsored Friday by women of Trinity Episcopal church. Mrs. Paul is chairman of the committee on decorations for the affair which will continue from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Dail Facts photo) Trinity Women Busy With "Oriental Bazaar" Plans Douglas Scott, .a Mesa Girl Soon To Wed Mr. and Mrs. WiUiam Hill of La Mesa announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon, to Douglas Scott of Redlands. The bride-to-be graduated with distinction in sociology from San Diego State College with the Class of 1963. She was active in Spurs and Cetza, honorary service sororities, at San Diego State. She also studied in Guadalajara, Mexico, on a Carnegie scholarship. At the present time, Sharon is employed as a research analyst with the Los Angeles Times. Douglas is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scott, 1410 West Cypress avenue. He is a graduate of Redlands High school, was active in De Blolay and is an alumnus of San Diego State College, Class of 1964. receiving a Bachelor of Science degree ini marketing. He is at the present time employed as an agent trainee with General .Artists Corporation in Beverly Hills. A mid-summer wedding is planned. RHa Poole Honor Guest Af Bridal Shower Redlands Daily Facts Tuesday, May 11, 1965 - 3 SHARON HILL Mrs. Lynn New AAUW Section i Chairman le yiiisisiu' M''^- Robert 11. Lynn an agent:<^''os™ chairman for the lit-'Danielson. , ii Arficiclcraturc section of .AAUW during|c. Harding. Rita Poole, whose marriage to William Keeling of Arcadia will be an event of June 12 in the Redlands First Congregational church, was honored with a kitchen and linen shower when Mmes. Doris Munro, Cleo Burris and Julia Marie Crowley en- j terlained a group of friends at I Mrs. Crowley's Braemar apart- i ment Sunday afternoon. ' It was a case of "a shower i outside and a shower inside." i Guests were caught both I umbrella-less and without so j much as a wrap by the sudden • downpour, and scrambling to • cars under cover of gift-wrao- pings ended the event in an hilarious mood. Blue and orchid colors were used for decorations. Mrs. Charles T. Poole, mother of the bride-elect, poured. Gifls were presented to the young honoree in a shopping cart borrowed from a nearby market, suggestive of one of the modern housewife's interesting and time- consuming occupations. Invited guests were Mmes. W. B. Molony. Dan McCormick, .John Dahlber, Kenneth Fig- I ucredo. Joseph Honus. James \ Geissinger. .^nn Metcalf, Janet 1 Mayo, E. R. Schmidkunz. John w a S; Peterson, Grace Cole. Louis Jere C. Eowden. M. Frederick G. John- Wisteria, cherry blossoms and (preparation of the always popu- hamboo will be used to decorate the Great Hall at Trinity Episcopal church for the "Oriental , , Bazaar" chosen by Women oij"^ 'he "white elephant' booth lar spring-time party. Mrs. F. R. Banks is chairman annual May party, scheduled for Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. chairman for the sewing table and Mrs. R. L. Mayo will manage the plant booth. Mrs. Bruce W. McDaniel and her committee have been busy Trinity as the theme for theirjthis year: i\Irs. K. T. Boughnerjcollecting many prizes to be Rebekahs Host Guest Night With Mildred Hammer, noble grand, presiding, Ethel Montgomery, deputy marshall, es corted the Deputy Grand Mas- last evening's meeting of the group at the home of Mrs. Russell Rogers. 12400 Douglas street. Yucaipa. Miss Edith Beal was co-hostess. Mrs. Dorothy H. Brenan gave the interesting program, telling of her family background and quoting from authors connected with Nebraska. These writers include Willa Gather, Bess Streeter Aldrich, John G. Neihardt and Karl Shapiro. Also present at the meeting !%vere Mmes. David L. Soltau, S. son, Sheldon Rothstein. Thomas J. Simpson, all of Redlands; and Mrs. Frank C. Buell of Yucaipa: Mrs. W. W. Poole, Mrs. Robert Adams and Mrs. Lena Dye of Burbank; Mrs. R. P. Herms of Costa Mesa and Mrs. Evelyn Horner of Long Beach. MAKt FRIENDS Shower Honors Miss Bloebaum, To Wed In June Guests attending a bridal shower Saturday honored Katherinc Bloehaum, June bride-elect of R. William Brail of Los .Angeles, as Mrs. Gary Troyer entertained at her home, 50 North Ash street. Linen gifts were presented to the honoree by her mother and grandmother. Mrs. W. D. Bloebaum and Mrs. C. A. A. Bloebaum: and by Mmes. G. C. Bennett. Frank Greenway Jr.. Howard Hayes, Mike Henry, George ilde, M. C. Price. R. H. Van Dorjn, Robert Wagner: and the Misses Catherine Troyer. Sally Van Dorin and Jann Wagner. Among the gifts was a set of lace doilies handmade by the late Mrs. Caroline Cadwell. a long time Redlands resident. Sending gifts were Mrs. G. W. Brail of Pittsfield, Mass., mother of the benedict-elect; Mrs. Tom W. Bice of West Lafayette. Ind.; Mmes. W. C. Dalzell. James I. Jones, A. V. lands, ninth grade student at;^"^'!"^-Stan'ey Lamkie, Donnie Cope Junior High school and j "<^F^''d^" "f Santa Ana, Steve daughter of Col. and Mrs. Willis,O'^""- P™]':<^^ Slarck. Ronald R. Loehr. 360 Franklin avenue.,Sm>h: and the Misses Pa was judged winner in the sen•!^°ehU?r and Judy \\ilhams of ior division of the E.xchange '"^"Seles. Club's District 14 annual "Search for Talent" contest Saturday evening at Eisenhower High school in Rialto. The Redlands girl was selected for her singing of "Wouldn't It Be Lovely" from the musical, "My Fair Lady." Sharon, 15, will next participate in the finals featuring all California Exchange club's win- SHARON LOEHR Sharon Loehr Takes Talenf Confesf Honors Sharon Ann Loehr of Red- has collected a wide a.ssortment of hals for the "Hat Bar" and Luncheon will be served from! Mrs. Frank R. Babcock has an 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and Ja-! interesting array of handicrafts panese lea will be served in]to be available to bazaar pa- keeping with the atmosphere of the day. Mrs. William A. Throop and Mrs. Harold K. Marcott are serving as general chairmen while other women of the church are on various committees in available to bazaar Irons. IMrs. George W. Paul is supervising the decorating. Food items are being contributed for sales under the chairmanship of Mrs. Robert H. DeVore. Mrs. Thomas M. Scott is ter Al Jennison and Deputy g Garland, Alice Van Boven, President Evelyn Jennison iGoovge S. Hinckley, and the given away during the party. Iseats of honor at the recent;Mjssps Margaret Kaste, N a v a Program arrangements haveimeeting of Sapphire Rebekah.overland, Ruth Foster, .'\da K. been made by Mrs. William M. Nitterhouse and Mrs. John E. Melcher is serving as ticket chairman. Tickets will be available at the door for guests who have not previously obtained them. A nursery will be provided for small children whose mothers may browse at the bazaar. lodge. In recognition of Guest Night, representatives were present from Yucaipa, Del Rose, Beaumont. Banning, Desert Gold, Indio and Sunnymead lodges. On the refreshment committee for the evening were Dorothy Meumann. Catherine McGinnes, Eva Mae Taylor and Katherine Fulton. Dietz. Mary Pew. Clara Belle Ledahl and Edith W, Taylor. Mrs. Emmitt C. Troxell, fromj Florida, was a guest. ners scheduled for next month: in San Francisco. Winner in San Francisco will Golden Agers Plan Cancer Fund Benefit A special fried chicken luncheon is being planned by Mentone's Golden Age club for May 20 al 12:30 p.m., to be served in Mentone Women's clubhouse. .^11 proceeds from this affair wil receive $200 as first prize and j go into the Mentone Cancer will then be eligible to compete in the national contest in Dallas. Tex., where the prize will be a So.000 scholarship. TWO SOLD HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Four Star television has sold twoj shows for next season network beaming, "Honey West" and "The Smothers Brothers." Snapshot of diner who sprawls on table might shock him into sitting up. LEGION AUXILIARY ELECTION THURSDAY American Legion Auxiliary Unit 106 will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Legion clubhouse, 820 West State street. Annual reports will be presented and there will be election of new officers. It is hoped that all members will plan to attend. Fund Drive. Club members arc asked to provide their own table service which will be available for guests of the day. Prizes will be an added feature. At the last Golden Age club meeting, ]\lrs. Leone M. Welch of Yucaipa was a guest. Host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lang.ston. The club meets every Thursday at 1 p.m. at the Mentone Woman's club and membership is open to all residents of the area over the age of 50. IN CANCER DRESSING CLASS - These four Mentone clubwomen, Mmes. D. Ellis Crane, Oscar Heck, Ray Yates and Julius Friderich, from left, are taking part in a community project which takes them to Monterey Park twice each month. They are learning to make cancer dressings under Mrs. Joanna Wilson, an Eastern Star member, working in cooperation with the American Cancer Society. A station will soon be located at the Mentone Woman's clubhouse and anyone willing to donate time to this project is osked to contact Mrs. Friderich. (Photo by Rosemary Cassel) Past Presidents Of Woman's Club Hentone Church new Honored At Birthday Luncheon \ Choir Repeats Easter Cantata A special guest at yesterday's annual Birthday Luncheon planned for Contemporary Club members was Mrs. G. E. Curtis, who has held consecutive mem-i bership in llie club for 50 years.' Mrs. Stanley Goodman, chair-> man. and her committee had arranged colorful and appropri-i ate table decorations in keeping' with each month's special theme. I The club honored ils past' presidents on this occasion. In| seats of honor were Mmes. C. E. Ide, Max A. Cranmer, George S. Hinckley, Percy E. Hicks, L. E. Mitchell. Austin T. Park. Elbert W. Shirk, Paul J., Langlic, Jay C. Sexton, Joseph: S. Prendergast, Dorothy H. Brenan and Robert E. Cox. Also seated at the head table were Mrs. John Sooy, first vice president-elect, and Mrs. W. H. Go/7 Nimmo, Soon To Wed, Feted At Party Gail Marie Nimmo, who has set May 29 as the date for her wedding to John Bixler, was feted at a recent surprise shower given by Mrs. Edward Wirtz and Mrs. Ray L. King at the Wirtz home, 15Q3 East Central avenue. i Miscellaneous shower gifts, were presented to the bride- elect during the evening. i Guests were her mother, Mrs. William Nimmo; the mother of her fiance, Mrs. W. B. Molony j and a sisler-in-Iaw, Mrs. Ginger Nimmo; Mrs. Nellie de Boer, Mrs. Stephanie McCoy, Sharon Smith and Mrs. Karen Bradley. A gift was sent by Alyce Wheaton. John.son Jr.. president-elect. i Invocation was given by Mrs. i Frank L. Greenway. i Mrs. S. Wesley Break headed' the luncheon committee, assisted by Mines. Vinton Gregory. A. R. Wilson. Guy B. En -i irekin. Morris Milam. G. E.: Curtis and Lewis Rothstein. On the dining room committee were Mrs. Robert C. Fraz- icr. chairman; Mmes. Lcroy Whiter. Theodore Griedcr. August Trumpleman. Nellie Valentine. Dorothy Ball and Frank j\lartin. Serving as hostesses at the various tables were Mrs. Edgar Fisher. January; Miss Margaret Burns. February; Mrs. Earl Bone, JIarch: Mrs. Robert Barnett, April: Mrs. E. J. Sackett, May: Mrs. .Austin Garrett, j June; Mrs. Kalheriiie Peak. July: Mrs. George Stcelman. August; Mrs. Ralph Owens, September; Miss Josephine Lesem, October; Mrs. F. -Arthur Conner. November, and Miss Marie Frost, December. Responsible for decorating these tables were, in order of the months, Mmes. Ray Barron, L. E. Nelson, James King, Robert Cox. Byron E. Van Arsdale. Howard McPherson. Leo Bereda. Martin. William Throop. Frank Mills, H. P. Walker and 1 Goodman. EASTERN STAR CLUB ! LUNCHEON FRIDAY | Social club of Copa del Oro, Order of the Easter Star, wiU meet Friday al the Masonic temple (downstairs) at noon for a "sack" luncheon. Hostesses will be members with birthdays in May. Transportation may be arranged with Mrs. Julius M. Friderich or Mrs. D. Ellis Crane. Music lovers of Mentone en-! joyed a special treat Sunday- evening at the Mentone First: Baptist church when the choir.! under direction of Paul Berger: repeated the Easter Cantata.! "The Way of Christ" which lhey| first presented Easter Sunday! evening. The cantata depicts the I story of Christ from Palm Sun-1 day to Resurrection morn. ' The choir sang four numbers j and the Story of Christ was narrated by Jerry Herbert and the pastor of the church, Rev. Lawrence N. Caraway. The "Men- Tones" gospel quartet, made up of three U. of R. students. Paul Berger. Jerry Herbert, and Patrick Lille, and a senior from Redlands high school. Dave Wyper. sang two numbers, with David Johnson, also from the U. of R.. serving as accompanist. Other accompanists for the program were Donna Kay Syler and Mrs. Russel Johnson. Personnel of the 25-voice choir includes Sopranos: Mmes. Vander Syler. Andy Wyper; and Misses Linda Oakes, Lucy Vawter, Cora Lee Lash. Mollie Bryan. Kathleen MacPherson, Betty Gish. Rose Gish. Sheila Cox, Patty Neuman and Beverly Wiles. Altos: Mmes. Fred Widlund. Carl Bender. John DeLange; jand Slisses Patricia McAllister. I Kitty Reading and Jane W i 1- iiams. Tenors: John DeLange, Dave Wyper, Jerry Herbert; and basses: Patrick Lille, David Johnson, Carl Bender and H. Y. Reynolds. SELL IT TOMORROW •.'.'ith low - cost Classified Ads Ask for Green Stamps with all cash purchases and down payments sheer shapes hy holl'^wood vassarette Introducing bras and girdles with some of the shrewdest fitting features Hollywood Vassarette imagination and know-how ever devised. Only seeing them in person will prove the full power of this sheer sheer la femme! It's the "Butterfly" collection — named after our !acy species that flits from style to style. Stretch lace bra with quilted fluff side boosters to create glamorous new cleavage and control, 6.00. All-in-one with the same superb bra 16.50 Leg-panty, sheer-weight nylon and Lycra® spandex 13.00. Girdle 11.00. 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