Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 19, 1965 · Page 3
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PANHELLENIC PANEL - Mrs. Edward McCluskey, Panhellenic representative; Mrs. Robert B. Thieme, a national officer of Gamma Phi Beta, and Mrs. Phillip B. Campbell, scholarship chairman and past president of Redlonds Panhellenic Association, from left, will be members of a panel Saturday morning to be featured at the annual Sorority Information Coffee. College-bound high school senior girls in this area, and their mothers, have been invited to the event to start at 9:30 a. m. at the King's Table. Mrs. Lewis N. Hindley Jr., area Panhellenic odvisor from Lakewood, will also take part in the program. A question and answer period will follow. Mrs. Campbell is chairman of the coffee, assisted by Mmes. Charles A. Wilson, Robert E. White, Roy Wells and McCluskey. (Daily Facts photo) Mission PTA Board Hears Of School Plans "There will be no combination classes at Mission school next year'", it was announced by Wilbur N. Vroman, superintendent, at the recent meeting of Mission TTA board. He also explained the junior lirst grade to be new to Mission next year. Installation of officers was set for June 3 at the new King's Table in Redlands. Mrs. C. E. Van Leuvcn. scholarship chairman, announced that students are now being screened for the award to be presented in June and said the response from eligible seniors had been good. President Mrs. Thomas F. Patterson announced Kindergarten registration for June 4 from S a.m. In noon in the school auditorium. LUTHERAN CHURCH WOMEN TO MEET First Evangelical Church Women will meet al 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the church al which! time Robert Brammer of Los Angeles will speak on "Stained Glass Windows". Devotions will be by Mrs. Saul Eisenberg. Hostesses are Mmcs. Vance J. Herzberger, William Musgrove and Merlyn Grecian. Joe Jimenez Sr. Notes Birthday At Family Party A family reunion of the Jimenez family and a birthday party for Jose Jimenez Sr. who was 82 years old were joint celebrations Saturday in the American Legion hall in Highland. A potluck dinner was followed by an evening of dancing. Mr. Jimenez has four sons and two daughters. They are Tony, Joe, Arlliur and Charles. Mrs. Elizabeth JIartinez and Josephine Aldama of Redlands. He also has tO grandchildren and 39 great-grandchildren. Included in the party group were Messrs. and Mmcs. Jesus Pedroza. Sal .\lvaccz, Mike Garcia: and Miss Linda Funari all of San Bernardino: Emily Romero from Palm Springs. Ed Kundy and Mercy Ortiz from Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Love from Colton, Mr. and Jlrs. Tony Sanchez of Rialto. i\lrs. Clara Cockcngill from Covina and Messrs. and Mmes. Tom Martinez. Frank Vega, Richard Campos, Manuel Cardoza, Bernard Zerr; and Miss Barbara Vogles. and .Albert Mel- cndcz of Redlands. MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Teachers Guests At Luau For Annual Recognition Ceremony, Installation SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Golden Agers To Assist Cancer Fund Mentone's Golden Age club, which meets every Friday at 1 p.m. in the Woman's clubhouse on Tourmaline avenue, : will have a special event this j week. The club is sponsoring a i fried chicken luncheon Thursday at 12:30 p.m. in the clubhouse as a benefit for the Mentone Cancer Fund drive. There will he prizes as added features. ;\lpmbcrs are asked to bring their own table service. This will be provided for guests. At last week's meeting, Mrs. Joseph Harriott and IMrs. H. H.l Constant were hostesses for the refreshment hour. Club membership is open to all residents of the area whot have passed their .50th birthday, j SR. CITIZENS : LUNCHEON FRIDAY I A potluck luncheon for members is scheduled by the Senior Citizens club of the YWCA for Friday, starting at 1 p.m. in the activities building. The club will provide the coffee. Members are asked to bring a hot dish, rolls and butter, salad or dessert and their own table service. Winner of the prize last week was Grace Stallings. James Fox installed Alma Grindstaff as president of Redlands Teachers Asspciation last evening during the annual recognition dinner which was in the form of a luau at the Riverside Elks club. Mr. Fox also installed Jim Heard as vice president; Barbara Cram, secretary: Dean Green, treasurer; Manuel Espinosa, treasurer-elect, and Helen Koehler, chairinan, department of classroom teachers. The retirements of Mrs. Maryj Beckert and Mrs. Opal Mar-| quardl and the resignation of! Mrs. Martha Fox were recognized as were the retirements from the school board of Dr. David Poston and Robert E. KahL Kenneth Hurlbert officiated at the recognition of the retiring teachers, presenting an orchid lei to each. Ted Schmidtmann gave the recognition to the board members and presented orchid leis to Mrs. Poston and Mrs. Kahl. Jane Corwin introduced the evening's entertainers who in- eluded Barbara Lai and Kahele Kukea from the University of Redlands. A skit was performed by Don Mcintosh, principal of Franklin school: Howard E. Wagner, Mariposa principal, and Ernie Owen, director of elementary curriculum. Enhancing the Hawaiian atmosphere were the informal dress of the guests, hanging flower baskets, flowers and leaves and hurricane lamps on the tables and appropriate background music. Colorful wrist leis were provided for all the guests. On the planning committee were Jan Schmidtmann, Mary Coon, Jane Corwin, Fannye Bell, Patricia Knight, Elsie Rowe and Alma Grindstaff. Kitchen, Linen Shower Honors Gail M. Nimmo Honoring Gail Marie Nimmo, who will become the bride of John Blxler in a ceremony planned for May 29, Mrs. Charles T. Poole was recent hostess at a linen and kitchen shower. The party was at the home of Mrs. W. B. Molony, 1145 West Crescent avenue. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Richard Molony of San Bernardino, Mrs. Robert Kwake of Pomona, Mrs. William L, Gather of Yucaipa, Mrs. Rowland Nimmo of San Bernardino. Other guests and sending gifts were Mrs. William Nimmo, I mother of the bride-to-be; Miss I Gail Wright, Mmes. Frank Volock, Russel Sundquist, Fred ITwiss, Dale Ferguson, Ellsworth 'Miller, Marilyn Rearick, James Bromar, Thom King, Roy Kingj and Edward Wirtz. Redlands Daily Facts Wed., May 19, 1965 - 3 SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Cover Up on Beach It may be great to sit in the sun, but this summer everyone will be covered up on the beach. 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