Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 24, 1965 · Page 2
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 2

Redlands, California
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Monday, May 24, 1965
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2 - Monday, May 24, 1965 Redlands Daily Facts cciettf MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Fern Adair 5e August Bride Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adair Thomas of Las Vegas, Nevada, formerly of Redlands, this week announced the engagement of their daughter. Fern, to Raymon Dennis Criddle, son of Mrs. Florence A. Flaherty of Pocatello, Idaho, and Cecil B. Criddle of Idaho Falls, Idaho. The wedding is being planned for August. Miss TTiomas, known in professional circles as Fern Adair, graduated from Redlands High school and continued her education at San Bernardino Valley College, University of Redlands, and Riverside City College. As a dancer-singer she made many television, radio, and stage appearances in Hawaii, Alaska, the Far East, California and Las Vegas. Before moving to Nevada, she operated dance studios in Redlands, Colton, and Elsinore and was a faculty member at St. Bernardine's Girls High school where she taught classical and modern dance. For several years she was instructor for the girls' dance segment of the "Y Circus" at the Redlands YMCA and a camp counsellor. She was active with Girl Scout troops and other youth groups in Redlands. She FERN ADAIR is presently employed as secretary to the subcontract administrator at Catalytic Construction Company at the Nuclear Rocket Development Station at the Nevada Test Site. Mr. Criddle is a graduate of the Technical Electronics School of Idaho State University in Pocatello, Idaho. He is affiliated with Edgerton, Germeshausen and Grier as senior electronics technician at the Nuclear Rocket Development Station at the Nevada Test Site. Installation Luncheon Concludes Year For Yucaipa Women's Club Yucaipa Woman's club installed officers at its recent luncheon and final meeting for the year. In office for the coming year are Mrs. Taylor T. Wooldridge. president; Mrs. Arnold F. Blesse, first vice president; Mrs. Luke R. Gervais, second vice president; Mrs. Aldis J. Trefry, third vice president; Mrs. Harold C. Hooper, recording secretary: Mrs. Gardner Parker, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Edwin F. Woodruff, financial secretary. Mrs. D. D. Wilbur, treasurer; Jlrs. Joseph E. Henderson, auditor; Mmes. Earl F. Gorton, H. N. Skinner and Fred H. Flemniing, trustees; Mrs. M. A. Neiswender, coordinator for the Evening Section, and Mi-s. P. W. Todt, parliamentarian. Mrs. Charles Betraun retired as chairman of the Evening Sec- Graduates Feted At Mentone Church Dinner Fifty members and friends of the First Baptist church of Men^ tone met at the church Friday evening for a dinner to honor six graduates who are active in the life of the church. In charge of arrangements for the evening was Mrs. Andy Wyper. Honored guests were Coralie Lash, Linda Oakes, Kitty Reading. Beverly Wiles, Dave Wyper, seniors at Redlands high school; and Steve Wyper from the University of Redlands. Not present, but a mid-year graduate from Yucaipa high school, was Sheila Cox. Jerry Herbert served as master of ceremonies. He introduced the graduates and other guests present. The event started with dinner prepared by a committee made up of Mrs. Glenn Repp, Mrs. A. W. Price and Mrs. 0. N. Noel. Waiting on tables were Mr. Repp, Mr. Price and H. Y. Reynolds. Steve WjTJer led the group in community singing, with Mrs. Russell Johnson accompanying. The "Men-Tones" quartet, made up of Paul Berger, Jerry Herbert, Dave Wyper and Patrick Litel, sang two numbers, with David Johnson at the piano. Another quartet, the "Milestones", made up of Mr. and Mrs. John DeLange and Mr. and Mrs. Wyper. sang a couple of numbers, with Mrs. Johnson accompanying. Miss Donna Syler, church organist, presented a piano solo and Rev. Wyper brought a brief mediation. Each of the graduates was presented with a book of meditations, with Ray Mead making the presentation. The group was made up for the most part of the young people of the church.—H.Y.R. tion and introduced Mrs. E. Lannon as her successor. She then presented a silver tea service to the club as a gift from her group. Mrs. Glen Sherer gave a report on activities of the history and landmarks section, announcing that visiting old landmarks and missions would continue as the project for next year. The name of this section is also being changed to "Cultural Heritage". Mrs. Sherer also reminded the members to display the flag on Flag Day, June 14. Volunteers were asked by Mrs. E. R. Cedergren to contribute cookies for August and Septem ber parties for patients in Unit 11 at Patton State hospital. Mrs. Pearl Gail presented a musical program, playing a piano medley of songs by Victor Herbert. The salad luncheon was prepared and served by Mrs. Charles Beaumont and Mrs. Eugene Pataki and their committee members. Plans are underway for a Salad Bar Luncheon in the clubhouse June 8 at noon, open to the public. It is suggested that groups of four be formed, the hostess making seservations for her table. Each hostess should provide a luncheon cloth and centerpiece for table as well as cards for bridge or canasta. Reservations are due by June 6 and may be made with Mrs. George Hoffmeyer, 792-1033, or Mrs. Allen Morsman, 797-8165. Reservations Due For Friday GOP Luncheon Tomorrow is the deadline date for reservations to the Friday luncheon for which Redlands Women Republicans will be hostesses to guests from other clubs in the county in the Casa Loma Room at the University of Redlands at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Emmitt 0. Graham II. 793-4061, and Mrs. Leroy Singleton, 793-4768, are taking reservations. Speaker of the day will be Mrs. John James Charapieux of Alhambra who is a past state regent of Daughters of the American Revolution and currently serving as reporter general to the Smithsonian Institute. This will be the May meeting of the County Federation of Republican Women. 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