Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 20, 1965 · Page 3
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 3

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MISS JOSEPHINE KEAY Society Editor WELCOMED TO MEMBERSHIP - Mrs. Alden Briant, newest member of the local League of Women Voters, is pinned with an emblem signifying the local group's 27 per cent increase in membership by Mrs. R. M. Jenkins Jr. as 5he is welcomed into the study group. Mrs. Briant is one of the League members who will take part in the onnual finance drive. League octivities are supported with monies contributed by individuals in the community interested in non-partisan information and good government. Redlands Daily Facts Thurs., May 20, 1965 - 3 County GOP Women To Be Redlands Guests A patriotic theme, in keeping! with the Memorial Day week-| end, will be featured at "the May; 28th luncheon in the U. of R. Commons when Redlands Republican Women's club will be hostesses for the May meeting of the County Federation. Twenty clubs from all parts of the county wiU be represented. Mrs. John James Champieu.x of Alhambra will be guest speaker. A past state regent of the D.A.R., Mrs. Champieux is currently their reporter general' to the Smithsonian Institute. A special invitation has been ex.- tended to Redlands D.A.R. members to hear her talk. Preceding the luncheon, the business meeting will convene at 9:30 a.m. in the conference room. A precinct workshop will be conducted by Mrs. Ann Gallagher, southern division pre-j cinct chairman. | Luncheon, to which the public! is invited, will be served at: 12:30 in the Casa Lonia rooni .j Reservations are being taken by| Mrs. E. 0. Graham, 793-4061, and Mrs. Leroy Singleton,] 793-4768. Deadline is next Tues -i day. "We especially like to welcome newcomers", says Mrs. Charles Wimberly, Redlands club president. "You don't have to estabUsh residence before getting acquainted with us. Just make yourselves known". Arrangements are under direction of Mrs. W. R. Abercombie Jr., Redlands hospitaUty chairman, assisted by Mrs. Lee Harris and Mrs. WiUiara B. Wilson. Singing Styles To Be Analyzed For AAUW Unif Mrs. Larra Browning Henderson, of the University of Redlands school of music faculty, will present an informative and unique program for the music section of Redlands AAUW Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Robert H. LjTin. 122 The Terrace. This program will be open to any interested AAUW members and their friends. Miss Margar et Sharp, chairman of the group, announces that the lecture notes will include "Styles in Singing", beginning with Early ItaUan music and ending with the music of modern Broadway. The variety will also encompass folk tunes, Spanish music, art songs and spirituals. Vocalists illustrating the lecture will be Barbara Jones, Lynne Henderson, Elaine Gose, Carol Philips, Cynthia Hoffman, Joan Nelson. Ronald Shetler, l;-a Hawkins, Stephen White, Lou Ann Strachan and Questa Donnelly. AAUW BRIDGE GROUP MEETS AT RIEDLERS' AAUW bridge section met this week with Mrs. A. J. Riedier, 308 La Colina drive. Prizes were won by Mrs. William Nitterhouse and Mrs. J. M. Gorman. Co-hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Robert Eaton and Mrs. Mildred Crowell. A guest of the evening was Mrs. Delia Bolmeier. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap pliances will find a ready mar iet through Classified Ads. Credit Women Plan Area Meeting Area chairman Betty Hall led a discussion of the Area meeting planned for August in Redlands when Credit Women's Breakfast club met for dinner this week at Rusty's Patio Cafe. Mildred Jones, president, reported on the meetings she and others attended in Long Beach and in San Diego. The manual study was led by Thclma Siedletz. Others present were Jackie Dover, Marj Peach, Opie Noerenberg, Evva Steel, Dorrine Hartford, Lois Holcomb and Wanda Gallagher. FACULTY WIVES END YEAR AT LUNCHEON Redlands Public Schools Faculty Wives group met this week for a style show and luncheon !at the Country Club, their last ' event of the school year. Due to conflicting dates, the barbecue j previously tentatively planned, (has been canceled. A "get acquainted" coffee will be the first event of the new year next fall. OUR SIXTIETH YEAR happy 100th birthday Congratulations on your century of service to God and man . . . 1865-1965. National Salvation Army Week May 16-23 make glenhaven seersuckers a summer habit! One taste of thei cool summer charms and you. can't get along without them! v Freshly blended of^\\i'*^^ ' Arnel* triacetate- \! and-cotton, left to right: 3-pc., Chelsea- collared blouse, 10-18, 29.95. 2-pc. with bands and bow detail on jacket, 10-20, 25.95. 3-pc. with self blouse, 10-20. 29.95. Women's Suits Mail orders invited. JfeTVTlETH YEAR seersucker goes with the costume look Go non-stop In non-wilt seersucker... coo! refreshment for the ' summer traveler in a crisp blend of cotton- and-acetate with an immaculate look that lasts from morning till night. In sizes 10-18: 3-pc. costume with white pique overblouse in green-and-white, charcoal-and-white, 27.95; dress and jacket in black-and-white checks, 22.95. Women's Dresses NOW SHOP HARRIS' MONDAY AND FRIDAY9:30 A.M. TO 9 P.M. - OTHER DAYS 9:30 A.M. TO 5:30

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