Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 13, 1965 · Page 3
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 3

Redlands, California
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Thursday, May 13, 1965
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MARGARET BARRETT Photo by Armand Jr. Clubwomen Sef Date For Installation The new slate of officers for 1965-66 was announced at t h e Monday evening meeting of Junior Women oC t!ie Contemporaiy club. Mrs. Earl Anderson, current president, announced installation for May 24 al the Steak Eater's Inn. To take office at this lime are Mrs. Richard Milliman. president; Mrs. Laurence Worni- ser, first vice president; Mrs. Harvy H. Dernc, and Mrs. Stephen P. Stockton, ways and Trost-Barrett Betrotha News Revealec Mrs. Craig B. Warren,.31 Sherril lane, announces the engagement of her daughter, Margaret Ellen Barrett, to Keith Leighl Trosl. son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Trost, 15U West Crescent avenue. "Maggie" graduated from Redlands High school in 1963. She attended Ohio State Univer- siiy in Columbus, Ohio, where she was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority and Freshman Senate. She plans to enter U.C.L.A. in the fall as a junior. Keith is a 1962 graduate of Redlands High school. After attending San Bernardino Valley College for two years, he transferred to Cal Poly at Pomona, majoring in citrus management. Wedding plans are indefinite. ocietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Mrs. Percival New BPW President means co-chairmen; Mrs. Robert Smith, program chairman: Mrs. Philip Tomlinson, recording secretary; Mrs. Charles Juran, corresponding secretary and treasurer. The annual mother-daughter tea will be an event of Sunday afternoon from 2 to 4 p.m. al the home of Mr.s. Arthur W. Smith, 1212 Caballcro lane. Three new members were welcomed into membership Monday levening. They are Mrs. Carl Graves. Mrs. Lawrence Jones and Mrs. Richard Parque. With Mrs. Robert Percival taking office as president, Redlands Business and Professional Wom- len's club attended their installation dinner meeting Tuesday i evening at the Elks club with past presidents as hostesses. Miss Flossie Browning was installing officer, using a "rainbow" theme as she installed Mrs. Percival, Mrs. John Ham- imer, vice president; Mrs. I Charlotte Irwin, corresponding [secretary; Mrs. Betty Foster, recording secretary; Miss Agnes Espelin, treasurer, and Miss Frances Redman, parliamentarian. Welcomed as new members, with the presentation of corsages, were Charlotte Irwin, Betty Foster, Lynda Guzman, Mary Toomey, Woody Cansler, SaUy DePariier and Mary Shank. Introduced as guests were Mmes. C. C. Percival. Lawrence Ikerman. Shirley Henshaw, Irma^ Rutherford, Florence O'Neill,! Vivian Coffman and Jean Lewis: j and the Misses Patsy i\Ioehler, Evalyn Downing, Roberta Lee and Be je Percival. Following the dinner hour, Doris Munro introduced Mrs. Henshaw who was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Doyle Rutherford, in the singing of se- Redlands Daily Fads Thurs., May 13, 1965 - 3 MRS. ROBERT PERCIVAL lections from current light operas. Elizabeth Malpass played a tape recording which gave highlights o.' evenings of the past year. She later presented the tape to the retiring president. Miss Espelin. The past presidents then presented red carnations to Miss Espelin, one-by-one to form a bouquet. I. ..- s, "3, flower-fresh new fabrics for sportswear See this colorful collection now, while it's in full bloom . . . and pick a summer wardrobe's-worth of fine fabrics from famous makersl For casual dresses, skirts and blouses, capris, shorts . . . here's fashion-in-the-making at its best! mm '-m altex 'i "Catalina," coHon poplin io mix. and mafch in coordinated dots, stripes, checks. 45". 1.29 yd. : S-lXttETH. YEAH - ' ABC's Mix-and-match "Barbershop cord, the very new sportswear cotton, 45", 1.69 yd. Avondale's sailcloth duck prints and solids, 36", 98c yd. Authentic Hawaiian cotton prints, 36", 98c yd. \ niffles-a-go-go . . . delicate accents of ruffles and rosettes on Krassell's young-success-suit, new for summer in tissue-weight rayon. Puff pink mellow maize or marshmallow white, 3-13, 32.95. Junior Suits \ \^ \^ youthful, but knowing ... summer loolcs that say you! Galey i Lord's "Tarpoon," 2-ply ed cotton with stain resistant gard finish, 45", 1.98 yd. comb Scotch- m • Cromptort Richmond "Yankee Clipper". 65*/. Dacron® polyester, 35% cotton, 45", 2.29 yd. Hand-screened terry cloth prints, coordinated solid colors, 36". White, 1.19: colors, 1.29; prints, 1.49 yd. the young sophisticate summers in seersucker Cool and composed, two very "you" costume looks . . . gre>'-and-wliite Arnel® triacetate • and . cotton seer* sucker over grey poplin sheaths. % sleeves with sleeveless coat or sleeveless with double-breasted jacket. 7-15, 27.95. Young Sophisticates NOW SHOP HARRIS' MONDAY AND FRIDAY 9:30 A. M. TO 9 P. M. - OTHER DAYS 9:30 A. M. TO 5:30

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