Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 21, 1965 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Friday, May 21, 1965
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Lynn Rhea, Robert D. Burns Soon To Wed Mr. and Mrs. William M. Hhea, 334 East Palm avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, L.vnn, to Robert Dale Burns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Burns, 630 Orchard Drive. The bride-elect, formerly of Fontana, was active in the Fontana High Drill team and drama department. She will graduate from Redlands High School in June. Her fiance graduated from Redlands High School, class of 1962, where he was active in football and baseball and member of Block R. He attended Riverside City and San Bernardino Valley Colleges majoring in business. He is now employed by the Redlands Unified School district. A summer wedding is planned. LYNN RHEA Photo by Dick White Beware We're not rushing the season. Beware of sunburn. Daily ex-, posure to the sun now builds; up a protective light tan. This I often helps prevent a painful sunburn the first day at the. lake or beach. If you do get a; burn, smooth on a white petro-! Icum .ielly before making up.! This takes the sting out of the burn and also cuts down on un-j sightly peeling. i GAY SENIORS TUCSON GREEN V.\LLEY, Ariz. (UPI)—Male residents of Ihis SlOO million retirement community in the Santa Cruz valley are taking to Western styles and loving 'em. Retired, and thus free to cut loose from conservative business dress, they are fast becoming addicted to gaudy shirts and casual sports wear. At the weekly square dances in the recreation center some of the men's garb would rival Hollywood's idea of a technicolor cowboy. Meanwhile, wives, not to be outdone, go lor the swinging skirts that look pretty in the square dances, particuarly those ill rainbow hues. Speech Students In Program For Soropfimisfs Four outstanding speech students at Redlands High school entertained Soroptimists yesterday during their weekly luncheon meeting at Willard's cafeteria. Accompanied by their teacher, Mrs. Gertrude Baccus, the students were Dick Witteman, David Emerich, Don Abbott and Donna Chesus. Donna' recipient of the annual Soroptimist award as top sophomore woman speech student,,introduced the other speakers and reviewed activities of the speech department. Dick spoke on "Frustrations", a topic which concerned his experiences of being uprooted from the town in which he spent most of his life and moving to a completely new area at the beginning of Iiis senior year in high school. David's humorous selection was "From Pillar to Post," in which he told about his dog, and Don's subject was the current situation in Viet Nam. Eileen Farley, president, and Helen Hurley, membership chairman, inducted two new members into the club. They were Margaret Peterson, executive secretary at the YWCA, and Gwen Richter, home economist for the Southern California Edison Company. Ways and means chairman, Essie Walker, told of plans for a book sale, tentatively scheduled for June 5. She stressed ST. ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Accordion Virtuoso To Be Guest Artist With Accordion Symphony Jackson Pupils To Dance In Spring Program Miss Nancy Jackson will present her young dance students in their Spring Program tomorrow afternoon at i o'clock at the Contemporary club. The program is open to the public. Taking part will be Janice Coke, Connie McKenzie, Debbie Johnstone, Debbie Billhardt, Laura Colb, M'Liz CaUender, Cindy Junkin, Peggy Skomal, Karen Holden, Carol Gaston, Elizabeth Golz, Susan Taylor, Gayle Billhardt, Kathleen Baker. Stephanie Beukema, Evelyn Golz, Leslie Ruddell, Becky McKenzie, Susan Atkinson, Joan Billhardt, Mimi Bazuin, Debbie Bachtel, Barbara CoUey, Susan Hartwiek, Tracy Knappenberger, Frances Lee, Marcy Munn, Janine Melzer, Betsy Smothers, Susan Silverberger, Teresa Nunn, Kathy Farquhar, Marty Farquhar and Kris Capps. Accompanists for the program will be Evelyn Preston and Judy Gundwell. the need of collecting used books] from members and townspeople! who have books to contribute to this project. don't go near the water without one of these big, boldy colored beautiful towels for the beach! beach towels international Royal Terry's giant, 36"x70" beach towels, a glowing world of color In brilliant designs reflecting the craftsmanship of Europe and the Orient... "Asahi/' from Japan, 4.98. "Dutch Treat," from Holland, 6.98. "Zuider Zee," from Holland, 8.98. Domestics m ... Univ. Me+hodist Circles Plan For Workshop To make plans for their part in ne.xt week's conference of Methodist Women in Redlands, members of Naomi and Priscilla circles of University .Methodist church met yesterday at the Elgar Burgeson home, 1306 Clock avenue. The 20 members present outlined plans for the dinners for the deaconesses and for the students from Claremont Seminary and also for the workshop of the Woman's Society scheduled for Tuesday at the University Methodist church. There will be 17 churches represented that day. Mrs. Lottie Morgan led the worship service yesterday and Mrs. Donald Shamblin presented the interesting program. She traced the history of the Methodist church in Mexico and told of its continued growth. She also stressed the great need for education in that country's re-' mote villages. At the morning worship service this Sunday, new officers of the Women's Society will be installed by the pastor, Rev. Phili ip Collin. With the world reknowned accordion virtuoso .'\nthony Galla- Rini as guest artist, the California Accordion Symphony will present a concert tomorrow at S p.m. in Grace Mullen auditorium on the high school campus. Under auspices of Sliger's music store, the concert of classical and semi-classical music i.s Zeta Rhos At Chapter Session Zeta Rho chapter of Beta Sigma Phi began its new administration for 1965-66 this week during a meeting at the home of Mrs. A. Howard Kopperdale, 1449 Stillman avenue. Guests for the evening were Mrs. Nicholas R. Hill and Mrs. Emro Griffin. Mrs. Griffin presented the program, a cosmetic demonstration entitled "Painting the Person". The ways and means project for next year was discussed and the chapter Birthday Party was scheduled for June 19 at the Byron Huey home. Present were Mmes. Stephen J. Carroll. George E. Coe, Eston D. Field. D. Dennis Figgins. John T. Frisby, Huey. Kopperdale. Leslie W. Rogers Jr., Robert il. Scott. Salvador Tedesco. Gerry N. Van Ness. Mason B. Walson and M. Harry Whaicn. A shower for Mrs. Michael J. Cu.shing followed Ihe meeting. open to the public without charge. This is the first appearance of such a group in this area. Vivian Coffman, now a Red lands resident, is founder and director of the group, organized in 1949 in Glendale. Her husband, Paul Coffman, is manager of the symphony and now with Sliger's music department. The Accordion Symphony played its 15th annual concert last November in Thorne Hall at Occidental College. Delta Alumnae Elect Officers Delta Kappa Psi alumnae elected Mrs. Richard W. Verdon as their preisdent for next year during this week's potluck supper meeting at the home of Mrs. Donald Haskell, 733 Serpentine|drive. Mrs. Robert Simms and*Mrs. Kent K. Hayden were i co-hostesses. Officers also include Mmes. Daniel King, D. J. Stewart Kent Corwin and Paul Womack, vice presidents: Mrs. Simms. treasurer: Mrs. Donald Haskell, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Raymond Jacobs, recording secretary, and Mrs. G. Louis Flet-i Cher, pubhcity chairman. Redlands Daily Facts Friday, May 21, 1965 - 3 Amanda Kirby To Be 101 Tomorrow Looking forward to a special party tomorrow on her lOlsl birthday is Amanda Kirby. Yucaipa pioneer who for the last six years has lived at the Ivy Retreat Nursing Home in Mentone. Still in remarkably good health for her age, Mrs. Kirby enjoys reading, does some writing, is crazy about music and likes television. Her appetite remains good and her favorite foods remain sauerkraut and wieners and sardines. She'll eat cake tomorrow. Born in Kessler, 111., May 22, 1864, Amanda was living in Kansas when she married Charley Kirby. Together, they moved on to Idaho, then Arkansas, New Mexico, Colorado and finally, in 1910, they reached Yucaipa where they stayed, ."^fter her husband's death, Amanda remained on their ranch alone until she entered the nursing home. WEATHER DAMAGE MIL.'\N, Italy (UPI) -Thun- iderstorms. high winds and Part of the evening was spent!cloudbursts caused heavy dam- in compiling recipes for boxing; age in a wide area of northern as gilts to Ihe graduating se-! Italy Thursday, nior actives at Ihe University! Rain triggered several lanrl- of Redlands. islides in the south Tyrol region. OUB SIXTIETHJTEAH razzle-dazzlers Colorful, luxurious, in fine quality, durable cotton terry by Dundee Mills. A great array of colors in a wide selection of stripes, 3.98; reversible-patterns, 4.98 and popular Jubilee stripes, 5.98. Ask for S. & H. Green Stamps with cash purchases & down payments Now Shop Harris' Monday and Friday 9:30 to 9 p.m. - Other Days 9:30 a.iR. to 5:30 p.m. young look '\ifi^^^^ in custom sizes Two beautiful costumes in half sizes for spanning seasons... perfect for weddings, theater or little dinners. Very chic... very young. In softly textured rayon and silk, completely lined UYi to 22 '/2. Mauve or blue. 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