Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 25, 1965 · Page 3
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 3

Redlands, California
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Tuesday, May 25, 1965
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octet If MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor .atimer F. Smith Jr. To Be Married May 28 To New Mexico Girl To be married May 28 in Deraing, N.M., are Jane Loretta Smitli of that city and Latimer Fargo Smith Jr., son of Mrs. Mary Ducker Smith, now of Seville, Spain, and the late Latimer Fargo Smith of Redlands. The bride-elect is the daughter of James Louis Smith of Antlers, Okla., and Mrs. Yvonne Smith of Deming. The nuptials will be solemnized in St. Luke's Episcopal church in Deming. The bride-elect graduated from Deming High school and attended the University of New Me.\ico and Western New Mexico University. As a high school student, she was winner of the Albert Lee Winder Memorial scholai-ship. Her fiance is the grandson of Mrs. Charles F. Smith of Grafton and the late Mr. Smith. He was graduated from San Diego Military Academy and attended Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena. At the present time, he is a foreign language major at Western New Mexico University. He has been a member of the summer stock company at the Oregon Shakespearean Festival. MR. AND MRS. WAYNE LaVERNE GREENOUGH (Photo by Bernard, San Bernardino) Joanne Osdick, Wayne Greenough Wed In Afternoon Garden Ceremony Married Sunday afternoon in a garden ceremony were Priscilla Joanne Osdick and Wayne La Verne Greenough who arej now on a month-long wedding | trip into tlie Northwestern United States. The couple exchanged vows' in the garden at the Osdick j home. She is the daughter of Mrs. Garner 0. Osdick, 1051' Walnut avenue, and the late! Sir. Osdick. Approximately 200 guests were present for the nuptials and remained for the garden reception that followed.. The bride's wedding dress was fashioned willi heavy lace bodice and bridal satin skirl, with busilc effect, h dainty jewel trimmed headpiece held her shoulder length veil and she held a bridal cascade ol' orchids, stcphanolis and mini-! alure ivy. i Her atlendants, dressed inj formal length blue crepe; dresses. Empire style, were heri sister, Ruth Ann Osdick as, maid of honor, and iVIrs. Frank Rider of Duartc. matron of honor. Tulle headpieces in a matching shade were finished with little nose veils and their bouquets contained blue delphinium and white daisies. Joanne's brother, James Os­ dick of Anaheim, escorted her into the garden to meet her bridegroom. Sharing best man duties were the bridegroom's sons, Robert Edward and Stephen Gray Greenough. Ushers were Robert Mclver of Indio, uncle of the bride, and Frank Rider of Duarle. [ Rev. Jaime Quinones, former pastor of the Divine Saviour Presbyterian church now a member of the University of Redlands faculty, was the officiating minister. White posts with ribbon trim marked Ihei bridal aisle and led to a kneel-^ ing bench. \ Recorded music was piped j into the area and the bride and! her brother entered to the! strains of Purccll's "Trumpet, Tune". During the reception, Beverly Koehler completed the cutting of the cake, Mrs. John Boone served punch and June Casey of San Bernardino was at the coffee urn. Mrs. James Osdick was in charge of the guest book. After their return, the new- lywcds will make their home at 34144 Avenue F in Yucaipa. The bride, a graduate of Redlands High school, attended San Bernardino Valley College where she was a member of \alkyries. First employed at Fatten State hospital, she was more recently employed in the oil ices of Dr. Bernard J. Voss. The bridegroom is a graduate of Sauncmin High school in Illinois and is now the owner of Bill's Barber Shop on Collon avenue. fie/a Sigma Phi Council Has Breakfast Seven chapters of Ontario City Council of Beta Sigma Phi sorority were hostesses for the Mission California Council breakfast Sunday at the Royal Tahitian in Ontario. With "May Daze" as the theme, butterflies and flowers were in profusion and the hos- te.'sses wore bright pink shifts with mateliing straw hats. Table decorations were hand made tote bags of Indian head cotton with fringed tops and decorated with crewell embroidery. Mrs. Richard 0. Dixon of Xi Theta Beta chapter, Redlands. was installed as registrar for the coming year and Mrs. Harold D. Rascher of Xi Kappa Alpha, Redlands, as parliamentarian. As retiring historian. M r s. Dixon presented the scrapbook awards and a scrapbook of the year's activities to the retiring president, Helen Matthews. Xi Theta Beta received honorable mention in the civil defense contest and with Xi Kappa Alpha, 100 per cent attendance ribbons for having at least one member at all breakfasts during the past year, in addition to a board member. Special prizes were won by Mrs. Jack Bruckart and Mrs. Di.xon, both of Xi Theta Beta. Other chapters represente<:l from Redlands were Xi Delta Rho, lota Tau and Zeta Rho. REBEKAH SOCIAL CLUB TO MEET Social club of Sapphire Rebekah lodge will meet tomorrow at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Rachel Miller, 618 West Olive avenue. Mothers Club Elects Mrs. J. Costa Installation of Mrs. John Costa as president highlighted the recent luncheon attended by members of the Mothers club of Sacred Heart school at the Golden Embers in Rialto. Other new officers are Mrs. Thomas B. Parker, vice president; Mrs. Robert Ramos, secretary; Mrs. Jerome M. Arendt, treasurer; Mrs. August Mutter and Mrs. Charles F. Clements, trustees; Mrs. Daryl E. Bruton, adviser. Mrs. Costa appointed Mrs. Ted E. Landry as ways and means chairman for the coming year. Guests of the afternoon were Rev. Henry Keane, pastor of Sacred Heart church; Rev. William Cuddihy. assistant pastor: Rev. Joseph Snoj, pastor of St. Joseph the Worker church in Loma Linda; Father Columban from El Carmelo Retreat House and Rev. John de Boer Cummings, pastor of Trinity Episcopal church where the Mothers club has been meeting during this school year. Past presidents receiving recognition were Mmes. Ernest W. Bennett, Charles L. Durante, George Buckmaster, Wendell McKeever, Edward M. Callahan, Everett L. Buel and Jerome B. Herman. "Graduatmg. Mothers" who have given many hours to Mothers club projects were presented with mortarboards and diplomas by .Mmes. Jim M. Boyle, Atilio .^rredondo and Thomas J. Rea- ghard. Redlands Daily Facts Tues., May 25, 1965 - 2 MAKt f RIENDS Her home life will be easier if a •young girl learns early what makes a house tick. P.N.G. Club Members Meet Past Noble Grands of Sapphire Rcbckah lodge were recent guests of Florence McConnell. Ill East OUve avenue, with Bessie Simms as co-hostess. Gertrude Spelman, junior past president, conducted t h e meeting in the absence of the president, Margaret Rhoadcs. who is a delegate to Rebekah Assembly of Califoniia at Bak- ersficld. Others present were Myrtle Curtis. Edna Larson, Ethel Kunkel, Irene Hull. Mrs. .-\r- thur L. Hunt. Sallie Littleton. Minnie Williams, Marjorie Hoai", Helen Anderson and Georgana Herzog. The next meetmg will be at the home of Alma Swenson, 226 Myrtle street. C.D.A. WORLD MISSIONS NIGHT Cathohc Daughters of .America. Court Our Lady of Lourdes, will hold their monthly World Jlissions tonight at the House of Neighborly Service, 612 Lawton street, from 7 to 10 p.m. The Court aids missions of the world by makmg bandages, hospital gowns and various other items for the needy. All members are asked to attend to help in this cause. I / a t m hang ten^^ surfer shirt The mosf wanted shirt in the west.. .the originol "Hong Ten" competition stripe surfer shirt with long toils and button- down collar, in fine cotton broadcloth. Navy, white, olive, yellow or powder with contrasting chest stripe. 8 to 20. 4.98. Boys' Shop Ask for "S4H" Green Stomps with Cosh Purchases and Down Payments summertime! suntime! funtimel Cool, comfortable ploy togs and shifts for the tomboy or the little lady! A-line shifts have huge California print pockets on luscious solid shades of lime, lemon, strawberry pink or orange. 3 to 6x; 7 to 14, 3.98 each. Ploy sets with gaily designed pop art tops to match printed Jamaica' shorts. 3 to dx, 4.00; 7 to 14, 4.50. Children's World Now Shop Harris' Monday and Friday 9:30 to 9 p.m. 9:30 - Other Days to 5:30

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