ccie MISS JOSEPHL\E REAY Society Editor V > •J MR. AND MRS. NORRIS E. BINDING Photo by Don Jackson, Beaumont Binding-Gundersen Nuptials Solemnized In CongregaHonal Rites Soon to be home at 203 Ave- girl and held a nosegay of wane "A" in Rpdonrin Ttpach ar-olt^-n^^i— —> J Mefhodisf Choir Groups Honored Af Dinner Parfy Thursday evening 200 guests were seated at tables in Weelcs Fellowship Hall of the First Methodist church to enjoy a dinner honoring the choirs and their directors. Col. William Detrick and Carl Stubbs (Mrs. John). Tables and stage platform were decorated by Mrs. Paul Ulmer. Put on by the choir committee, the chairman Mrs. William Preston was in charge of arrangements. World Friendship Girls and a number of Scouts volunteered to assist in the serving, under the direction of several mothers. After-dinner singing was conducted by Miss Edith McCollister. Ted Fletcher, accompanied by Mrs. Hugh Marti gave several numbers on his musical saw. The four choirs were praised for their work during the year and the three younger ones. Cherubs, Carols and Chapel, received awards of certificates or pins. These al! have been under direction of Mrs. Stubbs, Their appreciation was shown by presenting her with a gift. She also received a gift from the choir committee. Others honored in this way were Mrs. Marti organist, and Colonel Defrick who has directed the Chancel Choir for the past year. He now has an Air Force assignment at Denison College and ha and his wife, Faith, will leave in mid-June. Director of Choral Music NANCY HILLSEN Photo by Dick White Nancy Hillsen Joins Ranks Of Summer Brides nue "A" in Redondo Beach are newly married Mr. and Mrs. Norris E. Binding (Betty C. Gundersen) who exchanged vows in an evening ceremony last Saturday in the Chapel of the Grail at the First Congregational churcb- The bride, daughter of Mrs. G. Scliulte, 42 San Gorgonio drive, was given in marriage by her brother, E. Ronald Schulte of Beaumont. She wore a wedding dress of white organza over taffeta with embroidered appliques at the neckline, waistline and on the sheath skirt. A full overskirt fell into a chapel length train. Her elbow length bridal veil of English silk illusion was se- termelon colored carnations. Robert Millard was the bridegroom's best man and ushers were Ben and Dan Tibbetts. Rev. Harry G. Suttner, pastor of the church, officiated at the j ceremony to which 150 guests had been invited. Church decorations were gladioli in shades of white and pale yellow arranged in baskets. Candelabra completed the setting. Music was provided by Mrs., Warren James at the organ andj [Wilbur Schowalter, vocal soloist. After the reception in Kimberly Hall, the newlyweds left for a honeymoon trip into Northern California. The bride has been employed San Bernardino Valley College. Otto Mielenz, will become director of the Chancel Choir in the fall. A late summer wedding is be ing planned by Nancy Jane Hill 'sen of Redlands and Charles E. Davis Jr. of Norwalk whose engagement is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Hart- Icy Hillsen, 1521 West Highland avenue. Nancy first revealed her betrothal on the campus at San Diego State College to her Alpha Phi sorority sisters. She h a junior at San Diego Slate and jan alumna of Redlands High aji school. Class of 1961. Her high Cuesfs Join Exemplars For Dinner Meeting Mothers and other guests ofilon fraternity. Xi Theta Beta chapter members of Beta Sigma Phi sorority were honored at a dinner this week at the home of Mrs. L. E. Nelson, 811 North University street. Highlight of the evening was,' installation of new officers. Thcv school activities included A Cappella Choir and Girls Ensemble and she is a former Kimberly Junior of the Contemporary club. Her fiance is the son of l\Ir. and Mrs. Charles E. Davis of Norwalk. He attended El Cajon Valley High school and will graduate next month from San Diego State college where he is affiliated with Sigma Phi Epsi- Bridgettes Fete Mrs. Marquardt Bridgettes" club hon- The cured by a cluster of organza I for three years at Loma Linda flowers embellished with seed]University hospital. She is a pearls, GlameUias and stephan- 1 graduate of San Bernardino Val- otis were arranged in the bride's Iley CoUege. Her bridegroom at- are Mrs. WiUiam S. Simpson. 1°''^^' Mrs. Ethel Marquardt at president; Mrs. William N. i"^. luncheon al the King's Table Barlow, vice president; Mrs.:"''^ week. Mrs. Marquardt will Thomas J. McGowan, secretarv !''^3v<= "'is month to make her Mrs. Terry V. Higdon, treasureV ^onie in Seattle, Wash. The club Mrs. John Dunn, retiring presi-;j''"',';^"^'='^ ^ ^°y«Se" gift dent and installing officer, pre-' Bridge at the Yucaipa home of Miss Emily Dauten completed bouquet. Matron of honor was her sis tended Michigan State University and is now in real estate ter-in-law, Mrs. E. R o n a Id I ?nd is also a building contractor Schulte, wearing a pale yellow embossed taffeta dress with Watteau train. Her flowers were a cascade of deep yellow glamel- has. Taunt Hutton, in a light peach dress of similar style, was bridesmaid and her flowers were light salmon colored glamellias. Young Janice Babcock, niece of the bridegroom, was flower in Palos Verdes Estates. Mrs. M. Brown Shower Honoree Two hostesses joined in hon oring Mrs. Meredith Bro^vn (Me ^^ann.ng, riverside and Ihe Gold linda Thompson) at an eve!>mg ;s ,ar home in Long Beach. They shower this week. They were,^,^^^ H,^,^^. gusie Heller, Lvda Mrs Clyde Barton and Mrs. C.!g ^^-^^ ^ ^^^^^^ E. Spear wi,o entertained at the ;sj3„, L„ciUe Prcsnal, Myrtle bpear home, 429 La Vcrnci^.---. street. Gold Star Mofbers Meef Af Huish Home Mrs. Frederick Huish was hostess Thursday for the monthly social meeting of Redlands Memorial Chapter of Gold Star Mothers at her home on Center street. Attending the covered dish luncheon were members from Redlands, Yucaipa, Beaumont, Banning, Riverside and the Gold Isented gifts to her outgoing of ficers. Mrs. Dunn received her gavel guard and a gift in recog-j 'nG afternoon. Inition of her past year 's scrv-l, IV''^°'"°"'' 'c"^ -""""f- ' ;M. Ci-osthwaite Sr., Joseph W. A report on the Palm Springs !"arriotl. Noah Read. George state convention was given bv'A'den. Ernest A. Chamberlain. Mrs. Richard 0, Dixon, retiring.Robert C. Langston; Miss Dau- historian for Mission California,^"^1 Mrs. Marquardl. Council. Mrs. Dixon was recent- 1 ly elected registrar and will be' FN kyj,,sla»/ installed at the Council break-! L/© IVIOlay fast in Ontario tomorrow. ! kA~,i.L^^^ KA,^^i. Chapter guests this week wcrej iViOTnerS Me61 Mmes. J. H. Cansler, Robert B.i , , . , , , , , Thieme, WiUiam R. Derby, La -I De Molay JMothers club had Vei -e Duranceaii, L o r r a i n e:"i<= meetmg ot the new Cridelich, Walter A. Wheaton."^""m Jhrusday at the Masonic Ed Dunn, 0. E. Simpson, AlexK^mplc-, conducted by Mrs. Braaksma, Rubv Chambre, Lee J^mcs Harbison, the new presi- K. Siivdam, John R. Bruckart ""^n'- . ,. , , , , Jr., Hazel Higdon, Richard R.! ^ surprise birthday cake for Brou -n, Raymond S. Gaston, Lee Pop FuUer, Chapter Dad. was Fay and Agnes Mathena. i served by the Mothers Club af- iter their meeting. It was announced that there FOOTLIGHTERS TO CAST MELODRAMA TOMORROW Guests were Mrs. Lewis ler, Eva Mary Rhodes, Ruth Thompson and Joyce, mother I sargent. Angle Cruder, Margar- and sister of tlie honoree:jet Horn, Iris Dishman, Oriska Mmes. Esther Maddox, Claude Bender, Alice Mincklcr, Hattie will be no meetings in July and August. Casting for the Footlighter lit-| Present were Mmes. Harbi- tle theatre group's summer mel -i-"^""- Worbach, Bernard Lie- odrama, "Pure as the Driven! tiPi 'man, H. A. Radford, Carl Snow" or "A Working Girl's Se-iL^dbetter, Earl J. Williams, Stoval, Jennie Updyke, Jennie scheduled for tomor -pamcs N. Oliver, Keith Barron Dofson, Edna Palmer, Pearl Et- e^'™'"g a<- 7:30 in iheja"d Wilham W. Holcombe. Miles Sr., Claude Florence Patrick, Miles Jr. Walter F. Mack, .Amelia Avery. Maude Burchcll and Mabel i\[atthews. Grove Theatre. Jodi Lugo wiilj direct this Paul Loomis play to'in conjunction with the Redlands be presented July 8 through 17 City of Hope chapter. Skmner. Evan Smith, Earl Guests were Mrs. Frances'Mc- Eeedy, George Van Kalsbeek. Kenzie and Mrs. Henry Romo. Mrs. Richard Van Kalsbeek.i Mrs. Sparks, who is leaving. Mrs. Ethel Fauchcr, and the:Saturday to spend the summer' Misses Kathy Mann and Carol!in the east with relatives, was' Van Kalsbeek. I presented with a gift. A GENUIN DESIRE O SERVICE f. ARTHUR CORTNER •221 BR00KSIDEAVL.PYM41I PREPARES FOR EXHIBIT - Redlands artist Mrs. Richard Hoiechek is interested in the Redlands Art Association exhibit to be sponsored by the San Bernardino Historical Society Sunday os its final event of the season. Hours will be from n a. m. to 5 p. m- on the grounds at the Asistencia on Barton road and special guests of honor will be the five members of the County Board of Supervisors, Nancy Smith, Wesley Breok, Don Mikesell, Paul Young ond Ross Dana. On the Art Association committee arranging the exhibit of works by artists of this area ore Mrs. Kenneth Morse, chairman; Wayne Dean and Mmes. Carl Cook, Hoie chek, Vernon Dornboch and Bernard Corrigan. Many of the pictures pertain to San Bernardino County history and are for sale. Redlands Daily Facts Saturday, May 22, OUR SIXTIETH YEAR save up to 25% on playtex and girdles Notions SAVE 1.00 "Living''* Bra Only 2.95, reg. 3.95 Bias-cut side panels move with you, breathe with you. Lace cups. 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