Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 7, 1969 · Page 8
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 8

Redlands, California
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Friday, February 7, 1969
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8 " Fnday> Fcbruofy 7,'1969 Daily McK'mley FT A gives award fo principal UeSMey PTA presented la bODorary life nieiiiberdiip COD- unuatioD award to Plindpal Oddie Uaitinez at its Founden Day meetins Wednesday evening at the school This is an award 8i\en to an individual who has contribated outsUnding service to children, young people and the needs of the communis. Twenty-five dollars has been placed in the National PTA Scholarship Fund which has been established to aid deserving young students. Thousands have benefited by continuing their studies beyond the high school level Mrs. Neil Garfield, Founders Day program chairman, introduced past presidents of the unit who were present They were Mmes. Jack Rose. George S. Hinckley, Ralph IHittle, Cbes- j ter HarUey, Wflbur Scbowalter, Harry Wilms and David Goldie. Also honored but unable to attend were Mrs. Kay Putnam ?nd Mrs. Louis Scherer. Rev. Donald Weemoff, pastor of Bethany Reformed church, dcetcfaed the meaning of PTA in a vignette entitled "Parents Think Advantageously." ' Unit, president Mrs. Lloyd Yarbrdugh introduced Dr. Fred 'Andrews whose talk was entitled "The Three Needs of Children." ' Fourth graders displayed their classroom work which ; featured a large mural depict- iing the history of California. Delta Zatas to hear talk en fashion AAUW bridgt group to moot TuMday Riverside<:orona Area of Del- Redlanda AAUWPs aftemooB ta ZeU alumnae will meet Wed- 1 bridge sectiin win meet Tues- nesday at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs.jd3y gt 1 p.m. at the home of Linwood Carver, 6746 El Cajoa^j^ j, 475 ^tst - - ".H.— '"^-^S? S»^af wis Se '^ho^' Mrs. G. K. Christensen. Interested Delta Zetas or newcomers to the area are invited to con- Uct Mrs. Roger Reupert, 682-1492. SELL IT TOMORROW With low-cost Claisified Ads MR. AND AMIS. BRUCE DONAlD SINCLAIR Photo by Upslon Studio Joyce Ashcraft, Bruce Sinclair are married in Calvary Baptist church Candelabra with greenery were placed in front of the sanctuary of Redlands Calvary Baptist; church for the wedding last Saturday evening of Joyce Maria Ashcraft and Bruce Donald Sinclair. , The bride is the daughter of! ed at the nuptials and music was provided by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holm. Mrs. Holm was iMth organist and soloist, accompanied as soloist by her husband at the piano. A reception in Fellowship Hall at the church followed the cere- Mrs. Elenore Ashcraft of Down-|mony, after \riiich the newly- ey and is now emidoyed as a j weds left for Palm Springs. They secretary in the news and publications office at the University of Redlands. ITie bridegroom, a junior engineering major at the U. of R. is the son of Mr.'years after graduating in 1966 and Mrs. Laurence Sinclair of! from Warren high school in are ndw at home at 135 South Center street Ihe bride attended the Uni-| verstty of Redlands for twoj Navy Mothers devofe morning fo quilf fying Nav}' Mothers club members spent the morning tying quilts i for their welfare work when i they met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. George K. Foster, 812 ! Serpentine drive. During the business session after luncheon, Mrs. Agnes Mathena, commander and also hospital chairman, reported sending 40 bed pads in January to the Veterans Hospital in Fresno. Mrs. Foster, welfare chair- j man, read a letter from an orphanage in Korea thanking the club for its gift of knitted sweaters. Pictures of children at the orphanage trying on their new sweaters were enclosed. Mrs. Foster provided a spe cial birthday cake served after the meeting in celebration of Mrs. Mathena's birthday. Margaret Hann was winner of the mystery prize. The March 4th meeting will be at BIrs. Hann's home, 620 Eleventh street £1 Segundo. For her wedding, the bride chose a formal dress of corded silk ottoman doth appliqued with venise lace and designed with chapel train. Her flowers were wliite roses. Barbara Young of Anahdm, maid of honor, and Mrs. Richard Green of Inglewood, sister of the bridegroom; Sue Fodor of San Diego and Segina Macy of Downey. The bridegroom is a 1966 graduate of Cordova high school, Rancho Cordova. Rebekah club elects officers Sapphire Rebekah lodge's F. L. and T. club elected Goldie Edmondson as president when Palm Springs Antique Show now open A top attraction for collectors and antique buffs is the Palm I Springs Antique Show and Sale which opened today and will continue Uirough Sunday at Uie Riviera-Holiday Inn Convention Center. Hours are from 1 to 10 I p.m. today and tomorrow and Downey, bridesmaids, all wore members met this week withfrom noon to 6 on Sunday. sfrawbeny colored emim-e style dresses with re-embroidered lace trim. Eadi carried a single long- stemmed red rose. John Mikel of Palo Alto was best man and ushers were Paul Sinclair of El Segundo, brother of the tvidegroom; Richard G^ieen of In^wood, a brother- in-law, and David Ham of Redlands. Ber. Duane Logsdra ofBciat- Janet Jordan, 1060 Wataut avenue. Elected with Mrs. Edmondson lliere will be more than 75 booUis manned by antique shop owners from across the nation. were Rosahe James, vice pres.-:„ 3^^^ U,eir wares f o Pinto, press chairman, a n d I ^T^'e exhibit wUl mdudc every Mrs. Jordan, ways and means I """S from 1^^^ tnnkets and chah-man. They will be installed Pnm't'ves to museum trea- March 4 at Tang's Pantiy ^ures. One pamting, a 15th cen- The club is coUecting chil-!'"'"y masterpiece uncovered by Adventist Services REDLANDS SEVENTH«AY ADVENTIST 520 Brookside avenue Elder Arnold Kurtz Sabbath school 9:30. Honing worship 10:50. MENTONE SEVENTHLY ADVENTIST 1230 OUviatL Varin L. Enrigbt, pastor. Sabbath sdMol. 9:30. Momiog warship U:W. LOMA LINDA SEVENTH«AY ADVENTIST HILL CHURCH W. K. Chapman, pastor. H. E. Beltz Jr., associate pastor. Sabbath school, 9:30 Saturday Yoonc people. 7:30 p.m. Fri- dty. Services translated lor thtj deal THE UNIVERSITY SEVENTH- DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Coroer Central and San Ber- nardiao stie^ Loma Linda dren's doUiing and oUier arti- des to take to the Children's Home at Gih^y April 25. Mrs. Jordan entertained the; interest is expected to center club with travel slides of a Ca- around a set of golf clubs more nadian vacation. j than 150 years old. The clubs, I manufactured in approximatdy ! 1810, were discovered at St. Ani crew's golf course m ScoUand. In the old days of golf, it is explained, one almost needed a driver to putt across the length ^!cr widUi of Uie St Andrew's Pagl C Bcuba^ paster. Saturday services, 9:15. Sab- Wordi^iervice, 10:50. Vespen. Saturday atenoeo. YUCAiPA SKWrntJOM ADVIMTIST 35225 AvemE. LawKBce Scott, peitar. Sabbath idioal 9:30. Xonag WocAv Sat Bdaj. MiMioiuiy Votanlen, 7:lt »JD.. (FHdnr). CAtmfftA SCVUmMMY AovwrnsT Foortk wttd Jtntltwood dcivcL Sabbath idHal 9:39 MM. Xdniag wordjp I1:M 7:19 TM Carl Rose of Palm Springs, is valued at one million dollars. In the land of golf, particular TO END CONCERT SERIES — New York Pro Musica, a group of singers and instrumentalists who have been acclaimed for their artistry and authenticity of interpretation, will present a concert tomorrow evening at 8:15 in Memorial chapel at the University of Redlands to conclude the Winter Concert Association series for this season. Their program affords a rare opportunity of hearing the glorious musical masterpieces of the Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque eras. For their Redlands program, the group will present Medieval and Renaissance music of England (1200-1600). Concert attendance is by season membership only. Soroptimists report over $2,000 in fund for new Bowl sound system Legion Auxiliary to host District meeting Redlands Soroptimists, meet ing for luncheon yesterday at Griswold's, learned that there is now $2,128 in the account for a new sound system for Redlands Bowl. The Soroptimists started this fund and have been working since last July to accumulate money for it through various projects. The club expects to increase this amount to $3,500 before July 1969 by oUier projects and will accept any donations firom interested persons to hdp them meet their goal. Twenty members were mentioned yesterday as having per- .fect attendance at dub meetings. It was reported that 31 tests proved positive in the recent Diabetes Detection Drive sponsored locally by the Sorop­ timists. Letters have been forwarded to the individuals volved suggesting Uiat they consult their private physicians for further testing. Letters have been sent toiguj women's organizations in Red-' lands invited them to submit nominees for the annual Woman of the Year award to be presented in May. Sunday, April 28, was chosen as the date for the club's Spring Smorgasbord in Terrier HaU. Ten entries have been submitted in the Youth Achievement Award contest, it was an counced. On the local levd, the wiimer will receive a $25 Savings Bond and his essay entry will be sent to compete at the regional level From there the winning essay will be entered in Uie Federation level competition for a $2,500 prize. Club members will join Zonta club members next Wednesday and there will be no Thursday luncheon meeting. American Legion Auxiliary Unit 106 will be host for the 25th Dtsti-ict meeting in Red ! lands Sunday starting at 10 in the Legion clubhouse, 820 West State sti-eet. Department President Mrs. Donald Carlson of San Francisco will make her official visit to the district at this time. A catered chicken dinner will be served at noon with members of the host unit assistuig in serving. Junior Clubwomen invite guests to their 'Roaring 20'$' dance Costumes from the 1920's are being treasured by the Junior Women of the Contemporary Club as they plan their annual "Roarmg 20's" party, to he held Saturday, February 15, at the Elks Club in Redlands, beginning at 8:30 p.m. Thz festive affair will feature various games, dancing to live music, door prizes, and a grand prize of a week-end for two at Uie Hadenda Hotel in Las Vegas. Co-chairmen of the benefit event, Mrs. C. Norman Smothers and Mrs. Richard Milliman, have announced tUt many prizes will be given away during the evening. Mrs. James Donovan and her committee are planning Uie decorations. Tickets may be obtained from dub members. Guests are cordially invited to attend Uie gala-affair. Creel* The term Creole was originally used in the 16th century in the West Indies to denote persons bom in the West Indies of Spanish parents, to distinguish them from imtm'grants direct from Spain and from native Negroes and Indians. Hubmans attend Campus Afloat program Mr. and Mrs. Phillip D. Hubman of Redlands were among guests at a recent dinner spoa- sored by Chapman College Town and Gown aboard Uie SS RyU' dam, shipboard campus for the college's World Campus Afloat program. After a buffet dinner in the ship's dining room, guests attended a performance of t h e "Ryndam Revue," talent show presented by World Campus Afloat alumnL Tours of the ship followed. Beta Sigma Phi chapters report Two chapters of Beta Sigma Phi sorority met to week, Xii^"„";^e"'head oTuie OMY Theta Betas wiUi Mrs. Joe porgan putter resembles a mmi- Bracken, 434 Alvarado street Uture driver and Uie nibUdc, and Iota Taus with Mrs. Uoyd Yarbrough, 921 Fletcher. used in sand traps so deep that ladders were used for access, is President Mrs. Terry Higdoni unusual for Uie loft and size of wdcomed transferees Mrs. Dalejoig jfog. Gibson and Mrs. Louis Fischer at the exemplar chapter meeting for which Mrs. Terry Loomis was colostess. Mrs. William Paterson pre-l sented the program, "Your Right Color Key." Noted were Uie Valentine Ball February 8 at Garden Air Coun-; try Club m Calimesa; Open; red and pink tissues and on ban- House at Cedu Ranch on Feb-jners for the chapter queens. Minee Direeta HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Sal Mineo has turned his acting talent to directing the controversial "Fortune and Men's Eyes" for the stage. ruary 16 and Uie MCC brunch March 23. Mrs. Robert Holt was co-boet- ess for the Iota Tan meeting at whidi Mrs. Mary Beddoes and Mrs. wniiam Power were special guests. Members devoted the evening to stuffing a six-foot heart with boUi for the Saturday Valentine Ball which will benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Mrs. James Hoopes announced the first meeting of the planning committee for the an. nual Founden Day Dinner. The meeting will be at her home Tuesday at 9:45 a.m. Hainfyliaq Solons NOW OPEN 7f24«f No Appeinfmtnt Noeonary "Don't Knock It If You Haven't Tried It" CUUDE E. PARKER, Minister Someone, whose name I do not know, once penned the following words: "Said Uie robm to the sparrow, 'I would really like to know. Why these anxious human beings. Rush around and worry so.'" "Said Uie sparrow to the robin, 'My friend, tis plain to see. They must have no heavenly Father, Such as cares for yea and me.'" To Uiose who are skeptical about what God will do, we say, "Don't knock Christianity if yon have new tried VL" Just remember this: He who allows hit itept to be directed by faiUi in God, does not Uve life or fece dcatt akme. Yoo and yours are always wdeome at the Mrvices of Uie Lord's church. Slinky «:« AJKL SuMtoy ••••••••Ws4f A*Ma faiday twmrim§ WtnMp t:»PM. WWneeday Sarvkea < 7MPM. Latfat liMe Claie, irhunriay W:N AJN. camuL auRCN OF amsr MM KOMIVILT KO., IIIDLANOt MMMK 7ff^7«31 or TfMM LADIES PLAIN, DRESSES OUR REGULAR DRESS SHIRT DISCOUNTS i Shirts or more 29e ea. 3 to 5 Shirts 33e ••. 1 to 2 Shirts '....3Sc ••. Your Choice — Hansen or Boxes BROKEN OR MISSING BUTTON? If we fail to fix it, we'll launder 1 shirt frtl. Routt Service Available LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS SAVE 10% At Our "Ceih ft Carry" Office 20) E. CITRUS AVE. PHONE 7W-5«1 Redlands For Pick-Ups ft Delivery BASELINE ( more thwi moneii ...But money helps. 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