Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 12, 1965 · Page 2
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Redlands, California
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Wednesday, May 12, 1965
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2 - Wed., May 12, 1965 Redlands Dally Facts. ART ADMIRERS - Mrs. Robert Blumenthal, left, ond Mrs. Walter Abele are among the many art patrons who ore enjoying the current "Art and Potid" show in the Lyon Gallery at Smiley library. Here they examine some of the handfhrown pots and on the wall are slab castings done by Jim Forwalter of Upland, a member of Redlands Art Association. The current show will be open until May 23. Gallery hours are from 2 to 5 p. m. daily, except Thursdays. (Daily Facts photo) Southland Ariisfs In "Pafio" Show At Lyon Gallery Frank and Jere Willett, whose rcramics are in ttie current "Art and the Patio'' show at Lyon Art Gallery, own a shop and gallery in Oak Glen. Willett teaches adult education and regular student classes at El Rancho High School in Pico-Rivera. He studied at several California universities, earning his master's degree. M r s. Willett taught art at Pioneer High school. Both have shown their works at Whittier Art Gallery and Los Angeles State College. Willett has also shown in the Los .'\ngeles County Museum and the Long Beach Art Gallery. Esther Dendel of Costa Mesa is another outstanding artist in the Redlands show, which closes MAKE fRIENDS Share interests and school activities with grandparents. It keeps them feeling young. May 23. She trekked through the outlands of Liberia, West Africa, collecting widely read handicrafts. Her widely read books (available at Smiley Library) were written under tlie name of Esther Warner. She and her husband, Joe, run the Denwar Studio, manufacturing mosaic tile, in Costa Mesa. She teaches classes there and at Orange Coast College. Roy Powell, a former student at the University of Redlands, is now doing graduate work at Chico State College. Jim Forwalter of Upland, a teacher at Mt. Baldy Junior High school, did the wall decorations of cast stone slabs. Similar slab castings done by Forwalter hang in several Redlands homes. He is a member of Redlands Art Association and has seven handthrown pots in the Lyon show, also. Other craftsmen in the show SENIOR CITIZENS TO MEET FRIDAY Senior Citizens of Uie YWCA will meet at 1 p.m. Friday in the activities building. Last week, Knute Willenberg was a guest of the club and George Alden was winner of the prize of the d a y. Members have learned that Arthur Francis of Yucaipa, a recent member, was injured in a Sunday morning automobile accident in which Mrs. Minnie Clark, aunt of his wife, was killed. Mr. Francis is now in Kaiser hospital. are Orville Clay of Costa Mesa, Mary Lou Morse, Lucille von Wolffersdorff, Emily WiUey, Trude Guermonprez, Harold W. Wanfried, Elizabeth Hopkins and Eda Lord Demarest, all of Redlands, Helen Watson, John Svensen, Bob McDonald, and Eric Norstad. The show was arranged by Mmes. J. Davis Applewhite, Kenneth Morse and Gordon H. Bennett. Spelman Piano Students Heard Muriel Spelman, 20 East Cy press avenue, a member of the California Music Teachers Association and an affiliated teacher with the Sherwood Music School of Chicago, presented some of her students in a piano recital Sunday. Music from the classic through the contemporary periods was performed by Teresa Michowski, Pamela Tharaldson, Alice Jorgensen, Roxana Flobert, Diane and Debra Nagasa- ka, Peggy and Janice ParneUe, Jim MeCormick and Carol Show. Families and friends were guests of the afternoon. GOTTEN STARS HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Joseph Gotten flies off to Spain this year to star in a western titled "The Tramplers" for Embassy Pictures. from KLOPMAN'S % Dacron Whipped Cream Prints Bask in this material presented by Klopman's for your wardrobe . . . easy-care Dacron fabrics . . . choose from gay prints and colorful solids. .All 45-inches wide. REG. $2.69 yd. Now Reduced to YARDAGE and Draperies Open Mond»y and Friday Nights 'til 9 110 Orange St Downtown Redlands poiiys POIHIERS By Polly Cramtr DEAR POLLY — We recently moved into a new home with pale green carpeting over the entire first floor. My husband's office has oiled floors and the oil plus the tracks from muddy feet put me at my wit's end as I wanted to protect the carpeting. I made my husband a pair of bootees by sewing up a loose pair of slippers out of old turkish towels and putting a loose elastic around the tops. They are kept on the chair by the kitchen door and my husband slips them on over his shoes and wears them in the house. He does not mind as this is a lot easier than taking his shoes off and putting them on again to go out later. My invention has caused some laughs and maybe some misplaced pity for my husband but it has saved the carpeting. He, too, is proud of his home and willing, as any husband should be, to do this little bit toward keeping it nice.—MRS. R. R. DEAR POLLY — I have found a way to keep fingernail polish smooth while it is being applied. Put the bottle of polish m a glass of hot water for a few minutes before or while using it. This keeps the polish thin and easy to apply.—MARGIE GIRLS — If you have found a shade you really like, write down the brand and color before trying this idea, for the label will surely come off in the water—POLLY DEAR POLLY — I sometimes forget to take my lunch to school. This has made it necessary for me to go to the school office to borrow money for lunch so instead of pennies in each of my "penny loafers" I put in a dime. Now when I forget my lunch, I have enough money to buy at least a bowl 3f soup and ice cream or milk which will tide me over until [ get home.— WINIFRED We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT Why aren't married women more hospitable to their widowed or divorced women friends: Why do they so rarely include them in any kind of party or get-together that isn't strictly a feminine affair? One of my women readers believes she knows the reason for this. She says: "For some time I have been wondering why you have never written a column about widows and divorcees and their difficulties in adjusting themselves socially. Most of them complain about how few invitations they get to 'the homes of their still-married women friends. But isn't this often their own fault? "Many times I have invited a widow or divorced friend to dinner and invariably she will act as if she and my husband are the only people at the table, addressing all of her remarks to him and almost completely ignoring me. "Take her out for a ride or invite her along on a weekend trip and it is more of the same. Since that isn't any fun at all tor tlie wife who is trying to be hospitalbe — why should she bother?" It's an exaggeration to claim that all widowed and divorced women behave like that. But it would be wise for any woman who no longer has a husband and feels that her married friends ai-e neglecting her to look back and see if she has not brought it on herself by that kmd of behavior. A lone woman who wants to keep her married friends has to make an effort to be equally attentive to both husband and wife. If she does nothing but gossip with the wife — the hus band will find her company dull. If she hangs on the husband's every word and exerts herself to be charming to him while ignoring his wife — the wife will quickly get fed up with tliat situation. But if she can manage to be good company for both, to make both feel pleased with themselves and with each other — she will usually be welcome in their home. JUSS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Mother-Daughter deception Held On Church Patio Mothers and Daughters of Brookside Free Methodist church enjoyed a May Sunday afternoon garden reception on the church patio with Mrs. Robert Ecker, vice president of the Woman's Missionary Society, presiding. Mrs. George Wheeler of Yucaipa was honored as the oldest mother present and a number of three-generation mother-daughter combinations were in attendance. Special guests for the occasion were Mrs. Lee Yoder and her daughter, Lisa, and Mrs. Louis Wheeler, aU of VictorviUe. Mrs. Wheeler gave a reading in honor of the Christian mother. .Mrs. Yoder played several sacred numbers on her harp and brought an interesting and inspirational talk on the subject "Something for Jesus". .-Mso, she shared with the group a number of miniature harps from her unique collection. Five-year- old Lisa made her debut as a harpist by playing on her tiny harp. Punch and cookies wera served by hostesses Mrs. Dan Jagt, Mrs. Elwyn Steinert and Mrs. B. 0. Best. AT PANHELLENIC BRUNCH - Redlands Area Ponhellenic elected new officers yesterday at its annual brunch and last meeting of the year for which Mrs. Fred G. Johnson opened her home at 1631 Henrietta street. Seated, from left, are Mrs. 'Vernon E. Murdock, new president; Mrs. Harl Ahl, treasurer; and Mrs. William L. Rose, outgoing president. Standing, from left, are Mrs. Johnson, the hostess; Mrs. Raymond C. Wells, publicity chairman; Mrs. James H. Moore, recording secretary; Mrs. Paul D. Swanson, vice president, and Mrs. Thomas M. Scott, Jr., corresponding secretary. Plans were also made for the annual Sorority Information Coffee for high school senior girls May 22 at 9:30 a. m. at the new King's Table. Congress a^alis move by Johnson on Vei hospitals WASHINGTON (UPI) — Congress today awaited a final decision from President Johnson on the fate of certain veterans hospitals and two soldiers homes tliat a White House commission recommended Tuesday be left in operation. Congressional sources were guessing that Johnson would follow the recommendations of the review commission, which he created after his economy order last Jan. 13 stirred a furor in House and Senate. Among those incensed by the original plan was Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana. The veterans hospital at Miles City, Mont., one of those on the President's list, was among those recommended for condnued operation by the review panel. Other hospitals that would be saved if the commission's recommendations are followed are at Castle Point, N.Y.; Grand NOW YOU KNOW When French artist Jean Louis Meissonnier prepared to paint his greatest tribute to Napoleon, "Friedland, 1807" he bought a wheat field and hired a band of cuirassiers to charge through it in order to capture the appearance of grain tramp-led by cavalry horses, according to the Gallery of Modern Art, New York. m Has 0 Birthday MAY 13 W. R. Busfer Charles J. Edison Clarence G. Curry Keith B. Banis Adolph Koolhaas Royce Lanterman Fred W. Strom Henry Vander Wood Mark Weemhoff Arnold S. Wheeler Charles Yetter, Jr. Tommy Myres Happy Birthday from n E. Stat. Pli. PY 3-I50S i— Country— I Club Vista A New High in Residential Living ... In Redlands THIS STUNNING SERIES OF HOMES SETS A NEW STANDARD OF tlVING FOR THE FORTUNATE FEW Four Bedrooms # Family Room # 2 Bolhs • Singlo & Two Story VIEW Homes • 5'/2% Fi nancing Available • Sales Office and Models Corner South St, & Sunset Dr. Sales Office Phono 792-9394 from $29,950 Junction, Colo.; Bath, N.Y.; and Lincoln, Neb. Soldiers' homes recommended for continued operation are at Bath, N.Y., and White City, Ore. Regional offices that would be continued are at Wilmington, Del.; Reno, Nev.; White River Junction, Vt.; Manchester, N.H.; Sioux Falls, S.D.; Juneau, Alaska; Cheyenne, Wyo.; and Fargo, N.D. As the review commission's recommendations were leaking out Tuesday the House added S23.5 million—the total amount Johnson had said would be saved by his economy move- to a Veterans .'Administration money bUl for use in event any or all the installations are kept in operation. Jumping without chute illegal LOS ANGELES aiPI) — The federal government charged Tuesday that anyone deliberately jumping out of an airplane without a parachute is violating Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) regulations. Rod Pack, 26, North Hollywood, related four months ago how he jumped witliout a parachute and received one while falling from a fellow jumper. Pack put on the parachute, according to his account, pulled the rip cord and landed safely. U.S. Attorney Manuel Real today brought a civil suit against Pack charging a violation of FAA standards. Also named was Harold L. Hanes, 41, Van Nuys. The complaint said the alleged incident occurred Jan. 1. Banquet To Honor Mothers, Daughters Motliers and daughters of tha First Congregational Church of Redlands will he honored at the annual Mother and Daughter banquet in Kimberly Hall on Monday at 6 p.m. Tables will be decorated In pastel colors using variegated spring flowers and will feature dolls dressed to represent all of the holidays of the year. These have been made by the craft class of the Women's Fellow- shp under direction of Mrs. Don OUs. A group of Uie daughters will present a musical program, singing a selection of songs the lyrics and music of which wera written by Ardis Marlatt (Mrs. Charles) Irvin. Mrs. Irvin will accompany the girls and will also narrate the program. Reservations may stiU ba made by calling the church office. 'MARY, MARY' A HIT IN GERMAN BONN, Germany (UPI) — "Mary, Mary," by the American Jean Kerr, was given more performances in German - Language theaters in Europe during 1964 than any other foreign play. FEATURES: REFRIGERATED AIR CONDITIONING • Payne 100,000 B.T.U. Forced Air Heating • Fireplaces (2- Sfory Designs hove twol) • Wood Paneling in Family Room # Ash Kitchen Cabinetry # tuminous Kitchen Ceiling • GE Double Oven, Range, Dishwasher and Disposer, all Built-in • Pantry • Genuine Ceramic Tile • Pullman Lavatories • Vanity • Covered Patio • Cedar Shingle Roofs. Directions: From Redlands Fwy. lake Ford St. cross Redlands Blvd. and continue on np Oak St. {south) to Franklin Ave., then left to South Ave. and left (east) to Country Club Vista. Sales by FOWLER'S Realtors Established 19U 210 West Citrus, 793-2883 Country Club Vista Dial 792-9384 ^nUehf fried ^Jhidceii COLONEL SANDERS' Famous Kentucky Fried Chicken, "It's Finger-Lickin' Good" ANOTHER FABULOUS c Featuring Colonei Sanders' Recipe Thursday and Friday 11:30 AM. to 8:30 P.M. |llllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll<: I May 13-14 | inllllilllllliliiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilliiiilllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllilllllliliiiiiiiiiiiii COMPLETE CHICKEN DINNER! Every box contains all this: ic 3 PIECES OF KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN ic MASHED POTATO AND GRAVY ^ COLE SLAW ir BISCUIT ir HONEY PAY ONLY 'At the SIGN of the BIG BUCKET THE COLONEL'S 656 EAST REDLANDS BLVD. (OPEN DAILY INCLUDING SUNDAY. 11:30 A.M. to 8:30 P.M.) (CLOSED MONDAYS)

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