Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 26, 1965 · Page 3
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JIISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor WOMAN'S CLUB LEADERS - Mrs. Julius M. Friderich, left, installed last evening for her second term as president of Mentone Woman's club, receives a "Symbolic Book" from Mrs. Charles E. Armstrong of Riolto who was installing officer. Mrs. Armstrong is junior past president of San Bernardino District, California Federation of Women's Clubs. (Photo by Rosemary Cassel) Mentone Clubwomen Close Year With raditional Installation Banquet .oca! Artists In All-State Exhibition Tliree Redlands artists are among tlie e.xhibitors chosen to participate in the First AU-California Exhibition at the Los Angeles Home Show. They are Patricia Clark and Evelyn Gathings, who submitted paintings, and Joanna Jordan, sculptress. A total of 620 works were submitted for jury consideration and 95 were selected, including the three from Redlands. The June exhibition is being sponsored by the Los Angeles Home Show which is providing the Galleria, the Laguna Federal Savings and Loan Association which has donated the first awards for sculpture and water color, Paul Blaine Henrie, artist and patron who has given the first award in oils, and Laguna Studio-Galleries with a donation of S1050 for cash awards. Jlentone Women's Club brouglit Lo a close llieir club year last evening at an installation banquet in the Women's clubhouse. AiTangements of spring flowers added a decorative note to the banquet, at which husbands of club members were special guests. ]\rrs. Julius M. Friderich was installed to serve another year as president. Mrs. Charles E. Armstrong, of Rialto, junior past president of the San Bernardino District, C.F.W.C., officiated a( the installation ceremony, and presented Mrs. Friderich with a book, lis pages yet unwritten, in the club's colors of blue and gold. Installed with Mrs. Friderich were Mrs. D. EUis Crane, vice- president; Mrs. R. E. Sams, recording secretary; Mrs. Edv.'in If. Thamaim. treasurer; Mrs. Hurl B. Robinson, auditor; Jlrs. Oscar Heck, pwlianientar- ian; Mrs. 71. Y. Reynolds, trustee: and Mrs. Joseph W. Harriott, chaplaui. Smce .Mrs. Crane and M r s. Heck were unable lo be present, Mrs. David Roberts and Mrs. D. C. Adams served as stand- ins for the ceremony, during which time Mrs. Armstrong presented the new officers with symljoiic blue and gold pens. A corsage was presented to Mrs. Jolm McCormack for her outstanding work as Sunshine Chairman of the club, and the League Of Women Voters In Session president presented her own corsage to Mrs. Ethel Marquardt who will soon be leaving the community to make her home in Seattle. Another highlight of the eve- nmg was installation of new members. Mrs. R. E. Sams and Mrs. David Roberts conducted the traditional installation ceremony and welcomed into tlie club Mmes. Earl E. Griep, Harold Torbett, Oscar J. Wiley, and George A. Alden. Reinstated was Mrs. J. Ray Yates. Mrs. Joseph W. Harriott was in charge of the devotions for the evenmg. and leading the pledge of allegiance was Mrs. D. C. Adams, tlie only charter member of the club, organized in 1929. ) "Secret Pals" were revealed during the evening, and Mrs. Friderich reminded club members of a specially called meeting to begin at 9:30 a.m. June L We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT For years now the experts on family living have been worrying out loud and in print over the American housewife and how confused she is over her role in modem society. She has been pictured as feeling guilty if she works outside the home and guilty if she doesn't contribute to th family income. She's not sure, according to the experts, of her own worth — because evei-yone tells her how easy *he has it with all of today's labor-saving equipment. She no longer even believes; Redlands Leasuc of Women j that •'mother knows best"! Voters met at the YWCA ycs-'about her own children and sO; terday morning whore the na-!slic is a friglitened, instead of a; lional current item. "United Na -j confident, parent. ] lions", was presented by Mrs .j Now a sociologist who has been Oscar G. Gunderson. Itcacliing marriage courses for i\Irs. Gunderson traced the many years claims that the League's support of the Workl American husband is confvised, Court and the United Nations.:about his role. too. Dr. Henry| UR Musicians Present AAUV/ Section Program The year's final meeting ol the music section of Redlands .A.'^UW branch was conducted last evening at the home of Mrs. Robert \i. LjTin, 122 The Terrace. Section chairman. Miss Margaret Sharp, introduced Mrs. Larra Browning Henderson of the University of Redlands school of music faculty who presented her voice students in an interesting program. Program notes concenied types and styles of vocal music from the earliest time to present day light opera. Styles illustrated included folk music, sacred music of Bach, folk-type music of Brahms, spirituals, Italian, French and Spanish songs and a selection from "Camelot". Vocalists participating were Barbara Jones, Ljime Henderson, Clame Gose. Cynthia Hoffman, Ira Hawkins, Carol Philips, Joan Nelson, Ron Shetler, Lou Ann Strachan, Questa Donnelly and Stephen Wlute. Accompanists were Evelyn Preston, Herbert Iverson, Don Foster. Lowell Lacey, Boyd Lu- genbehl. Bill Schlitf and -Alice Wymer. Mrs. Lynn was assisted by Mrs. Russell Rogers wiio has acted as secretary for the section tliis year. Guests were Mmes. Beverly EUis, E. N. Harris, Thomas Ditchfield, Francis Manley, David Goldle, George R. Hewey. Charles M. Gniber, Wendell G. Wollam, Harriett Bai-ker, Jeffry J. Prendergast, Abbott P. Herman, W. A. Bechtolsheim, David L. Soltau, Eugene Roehling, Richard Thompson, Muriel Spelman, and Guy S. Jones; and the Misses Lucile Donnelly, Sharp and Edith W. Taylor. TOURING TEENS '65 - To leave June 21 on a Historical Tour of the U. S. and Eastern Canada is this group of Junior High "Touring Teens" and counselors. From left, clockwise, are Lori Keefe, Pam Noble, Counselor Warren Wood, Susan Winn, Counselor Doug Hairgrove, John Moody, Robert Lee, Bob Acheson and Larry Davis. Also moking the tour are Tanci Beeler and Ron Morgan and a few reservations are still available. Another senior high group, with Mrs. Hartley Hillsen and Robert Massongill as directors, v/ill leave June 19 for the 10,000-mile, 43-day educational trip, to include a visit to the N. Y. World's Fair. A late-summer lour into the Pacific Northwest and Canadion Rockies, August 8 to September 3, is also planned. Information may be obtained by contacting Mrs. Hillsen. Redlands Daily Facts Wed., May 26, 1965 - 3 ASSISTANCE LEAGUE MEETfNG TUESDAY Redlands Assistance League will conclude another season ne.xt Tuesday with its annual meeting, to follow luncheon at 12:30 p.m. at the Country Club. Mrs. Robert Hatfield and Mrs. David G. Poston will be hostess- POLLY'S OINTERS By Polly Cramer DEAR POLLY — Remove the metal ends from an old window shade roller. Saw off a 15- tnch piece of the roller and you will have a nice rolling pin for pastry. I would not trade the one I have been using for 10 years for a "bought" one. I have discovered a way to amuse my youn; Local E.S.A. Delegates At State Conclave Mrs. Cloid Gray and Mrs. Edwin Brose, delegates, with Mrs. Dale L. Ferguson and Mrs. Helen Dunham, alternates, attended the 17th annual stale convention of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority last weekend at The Newporter in Newport Beach. Orangewood Regional Council cliapters were hostesses for the event which followed a "Parisian Holiday" theme. Mayor Paul Gruber of Newport Beach extended tlie welcome at the fu-st general as- SR. CITIZENS MEETING FRIDAY Senior Citizens of the 'YWCA will have a regular meeting Friday starting at 1 p.m. in the activities building. AU retired men and women over the age of 50 are eligible for membership and invited to attend the weekly meetings. cool and casual stitched crepe A gentle slouch with a light and lively air. We like the multiple stitching on the eye shadowing brim. Who could stop with just one color? 6.98. Hat Bar zipping and unzippmg, snapping and unsnapping and buttoning and unbottomng. This play teaches them to cope with such fastenings. — ELIZABETH GIRLS — When you see Elizabeth's rolling pin idea you might remember a recent Pointer for using a clean old nylon stocking as a cover for a pastry rolling pin,—POLLY i\!rs. EdgiiT Keller of San Bernardino discussed the national item, "Foreign Economic Pohcy". A tape taken from the national convention in Pittsburgh of Barbara Wai^d's address on "World Economic Policies'' was played. Mrs. Martin Kamlii and Mrs. Charles M. Ronin were hostesses for the coffee hour. Plans were made for the last meeting of the season, to be a covered dish luncheon for members and guests at tlie home of Mrs. Kamhi. R.N.A. CLUB MEETS TOMORROW Palm club. Royal Neighbors of America, will meet tomor- iw at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Ella Hawkins, 811 West Clark street. mo Has a BIrfMoy MAY 27- Uee Markovich Sr. H. W. Hannah, M.D. Kenneth Hetrick Walter Howser Charles Goldie George Evanish Darrell Basore N. S, Harter Col. James L. Ballard Richard Finn Roy Gatch Kenneth Richards J. S. Hayhurst, M.D. Irving Closz Jim Fitzgerald Christopher Jones Carl Ledbetter Jr. Mark Youngerman Happy Birthday from n E. Stat» Ph. PY 3 -2505 A. Bowman of the University of Texas says men "no longerj have a definition of what it takes lo be a real two-fisted, red-blooded he-man." Because there is no real way for a city dweller to measure tliis quality in himself many men today, says the professor, become too absorbed m their jobs, spending more time than they should away from home. Or they become overly strict in disciplining tlieir children. Or they try to prove their masculinity by woman-chasing. If both men and women arc as confused and uncertain in their roles in this fast-changing world as the experts claim, it would seem tliat in this period of transition husbands and wives should try harder than ever before to make each other leel secure, needed, loved and admu-ed. After all. a wife isn't going lo worry too much about her own wortli and her own contribution to the world it her husband lets her know that he thinks she is a wonderful wife, a fine mother, a stimulating companion and a real helpmate (whether she is a full-time homemaker or a working wife.) And a man needn't worry about proving his masculinity if his wife glories in it — let- ling him be head of the family, leaning on his strength and building up his ego as only a truly feminine woman can. So while husbands and wives are stumblmg along trjdng to find their way, they can make the road much easier for each j other — if they only will. SPELMAN PIANO GROUP IN RECITAL Muriel Spelman, 20 East Cypress avenue, presented some of her piano students in recital Sunday afternoon, playing for pai-ents and friends who formed tlie audience. Participating were Tricia Van Mouwerik, Debra Farmer, Cathy Burke, Bruce Laycook, Barbara Pinney, Cathy Laycook, Pally Arnold and Debra Dennison. DEAR POLLY — After ironing one of my husband's long sleeve shirts, I open a paper clip so that it looks like a long skmny C and slip each end through the buttonliole in each cuff. Tliis joins the sleeves neatly across the front of the , , .„ , I shirt, eliminates tangling and cs. The board will meet that; „.,.iQ[;iip^r, morning at 9:30 at the home! I, ioo!°have a pet use for an 0 Mrs DavKi B. Haag, l«4j_,„,pi^ pl^sijc bleach bolllc. Monle Vista drive. f,jH j] |,aif gn,, pu^ch hole,'; I in the bottom witti a heated ice WOMEN GOLFERS ] pick. 1 put this in my sink and MEETING FRIDAY ipeal potatoes, caiTOts etc.. over AW women golfers are asked!it. Water drains throii^'h the to be at the clubhouse Friday promptly at 8:35 a.m. There will be a short business meeting for election of officers. The tournament of the day will be an 18- hole scramble draw. ,senibly. Business mcluded se- granddaugh-jiejfion future convention sites ters for long periods of time.!with Palo .A.lto to be the setting I cut an old zipper out of a for the 1966 conclave, and Palm worn garment, tear off the two ^P^Ss the 1967. front facings of a shirt with ^ «as reported that over ,, , ° J „ had been given by the o.) the buttons on one side and the chapters of six regional coun- buttonholes on the otlier or the jells to the Slate Foundation for snapped sides of a dress open-iihe Mentally Retarded, ing and they have great fun| Workshops were conducted oni education, philanthropy, ways; and means and rusliing-socia programs. At the closing "Bon Voyage" brunch, awards were presented with Hazel Wheeler Knapp of Los Angeles honored as "Girl of the Year". E.S.A. has 137 chapters and 1856 jewel pin members in California. 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