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MR. AND MRS. MELVIN WALLACE COOK Wally Cook Weds Pomona Girl In Las Vegas Chapel Recently married Mr. and Mrs Melvin Wallace Cook < Sallie Jeanne Elldrege) are now at home in Pomona at 1400 South Reservoir avenue. Their wedding was an event of February 21 in the Little Chape! Around the Corner, Las Vegas. Nevada, with Rev. Charles A. Cady. Christian Assembly minster, officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent \V. Perri of 1 Claremont who were present for the wedding. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jones, 454 La Verne street, Redlands, aunt and unclie of the bride. Sallie is a graduate of Claremont High school, class of 1958, and is , now employed by F. \V. Woolworth's in Pomona. Wally, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cook, 137 South Buena Vista street, graduated in 1956 from Redlands High school. He: was employed in the local Wool-' worth store for two years, later' transferring to Pomona. He is now working in the West Covina store in the new Eastland shopping area. AAUW SECTION MEETING TUESDAY AAUW home arts section will meet at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Donald Goodrich, 1205 Caballero lane.' Mrs. David Poore will be co-hostess and the program will be pre-| sented by a representative from Helene's Yarn Shop. I Bethany Groups Join For Day The Guild and the King's Daughters were the guests of the Missionary Aid at a special Easter program at Bethany Reformed Church this week. Program music featured Mrs. B. Haalboom and Mrs. G. Devries in two duets, and. joining with Mmes. A. Kroes. F. Knap and T. Breejen. in a quintet. Also on the program were Mmcs. A. Bruins, C. Wood- stra and J. Colenbrander. At the piano was Mrs. A. Cole. Mrs. B. Pheiffer read the Easter story and spoke on "Blessings of Resurrection". Decorations consisted of bouquets of calla lilies and a cross decorated with lilies. Hostesse? for the event were Mmes. C. Slack, A. Bruins, B. Faldgraf, A. Cole, B. Heyzenga and C. Radius. Ellsworth Coles Celebrate 50th Anniversary Celebrating their Golden Wed ding Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth G. Cole. 709 Brookside avenue, whose friends called during the day to offer their congratulations to the couple. The Coles came to Redlands to live about three years ago after Mr. Cole's retirement at the end of 28 years of employment with the city of Pasadena. Mrs. Cole was Miss Nellie Cad dy before their marriage March 4, 1909, in New Philadelphia, Ohio. The couple has three children, a son, Willard E. Cole of West Covina. and two daughters, Mrs. Ray O'Brien and Mrs. Dennis Brodeur, both of Mackinac Island, Michigan. They also have six grandchildren and two great­ grandchildren. Exemplars Elect Mrs. Emerich Xi Delta Rho exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority elected Mrs. M. H. Emerich as president when members met this week with Mrs. Paul Prescott, 1339 Monterey street. Also elected were Mrs. Edward Holtman, first vice president: Mrs |F. R. Banks, second vice presijdent: Mrs. Harry Ellis, recording secretary: Mrs. John Sooy, cor responding secretary; Mrs. Emerson Haverty. treasurer, and Mrs Gordon Foster, extension officer Final plans were made for the chapter's benefit fashion show featuring Sandra Krasts originals to be an event of March 19 at the John Sooy home. ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Q—The bidding has been: North East Sooth West 2 • Pass 2 4 Pass 3 * Pass 7 You, South, hold: • AK7 65 V84J 4-61 *J 8 5 What do you do? A—Bid three spades. Ton have a rood five-card suit and don't want to gtt past three no-tramp on jronr own momentum. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner does bid three no-trump. What do you do now? Answer Monday SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad Jr. Gardeners Note Arbor Day "Plant a Tree Week", which culminates today on Arbor Day, was observed by Mountain Laurel Junior Garden club by the planting of a coast redwood at Yucaipa Garden Center during their March meeting. Berry bearing shrubs for the birds were also planted. 1 The children's herb garden is now centered by a wheel given to them by Mr. and Mrs. B.F. Stirdivant. Plants of mint, marjoram, nepete mussini, sweet woodruff and thyme have been planted within the wheel. Lavender outlines the bed. " MR. AND MRS. STEPHEN PAUL STOCKTON —Photo by Ron Willhite Afternoon Church Ceremony Unites Ahleda Snyder, Stephen P. Stockton After a week's honeymoon atjskirt. With it she wore a Vogue bow hat and satin shoes dyed toJ La Jolla and San Diego. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Paul Stockton 'Ah leda Snyder > are now at home at 334 Normandie court. The young couple, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Snyder. 65 Norwood street, and Mr. and Mrs. Karp P. Stockton. 1625 Henrietta street, were married last Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock in Redlands Sacred Heart church. Rev. Henry Keane officiated as vows were exchanged in the sanctuary where a floral background have been created with pedestal baskets filled with white gladioli, stock and candy tuft. White stock was arranged in bouquets for the altar. White satin pew bows marked the center aisle of the church, down which Mr. Snyder escorted Prizes for various accomplish-|his daughter to meet her bridegroom at the altar. The bridal gown was of im- ments went to Kay and Sally Geberson, Susie and Carola Kruse and Melinda Jordan. " Kay Giberson was elected to serve as club president: Karen Pierce, secretary: Becky Cromer, registrar, and Rick Jordan, treasurer. The group studied the almond tree and cedar waxwing, the plant and bird of the month. Under direction of Mrs. Maurice Giberson and Mrs. J.C. Cruise, the children made Victorian nosegays from bags of lavender and other scented hens to be given as Easter gifts to their mothers. They also packaged pumpkin seeds for the Indians. ported silk mist taffeta, fashioned in empire style extending into a chapel train. The fitted bodice of Brussels lace was finished with Sabrina neckline and dainty cap sleeves. Clouds of silk illusion veiling were held in place with a jeweled crown. On her white Bible, a gift from the bridegroom! the bride carried a white orchid with a cascade of white hyacinth blossoms. Carol Arth of Redlands. sorority sister of the bride, was maid oil honor, her dress of blue deep luster satin was fashioned with, sweetheart neckline and harem I match her dress. She carried pink elf roses and carnations on a white parasol. Similarly dressed and carrying pink carnatioas on their white parasols were the bridesmaids. Alyce Mouat of San Marino and Mrs. William Lawson of Long Beach, also sorority sisters of the bride at U.C.L.A. Attending the bridegroom as his best man was Ron Page of Redlands. David Barnes of Redlands and Allan Brann of Pacific Palisades ushered. Virginia Fair was the soloist, singing "The Lord's Prayer" and; "Ave Maria" with Mrs. Mignonette Turner at the organ. The 300 invited guests were lat-i cr received in the church hall where punch was served by Peggy Van Dyke and Nancy Parsons. Mrs. Aaron Arth, assisted by Lois Friedmann, served the cake. For the occasion, the mother of the bride chose a dress of sapphire blue lace over taffela. sheath style, and accessories in a matching shade. Mrs. Stockton, mother of the bridegroom, was in 3 pure silk champagne colored sheathddress with matching accessories. Corsages for both mothers were of pink elf roses. Among out of town guests were a great-aunt of the bride from Delroit, Michigan, Mrs. William Drier, and Mrs. Stanley Wiemann of Detroit. Olhcrs were aunts and uncles of the bridegroom, Mr. and Music Lovers Invited To Special Recital The public Is invited to hear some rarely performed music tomorrow afternoon in Watchorn hall at the University of Redlands when Miss Kathy Veazey presents her master's recital at 4 o'clock. Miss Veazey, who is also teaching wind instruments for the U.R. school of music this year, will be joined on this occasion by the Feld Quartet, in residence at the university, and by Dr. Wayne Bohrnstedt of the school of music faculty and Joyce Mochizuki, pianists. | Dr. Bohrnstedt's Sonata for Oboe and Piano, opus 16, will open the program with the com -j poser at the piano. Next, Miss' Veazey has selected the "Fantasie Ballet" for clarinet and piano by Mazellicr. Miss Mochizuki will accompany the instru- ! mentalist in this number and in 1 the playing of the Fantasy Pieces! for Clarinet and Piano, opus 73, : by Schumann. i In conclusion, Mozart's Quintet in A Major, K. 581, for string quartet and clarinet will feature Miss Veazey with the Feld Quartet, Otto Feld and Peter Halmi, violins; Georg Szcnde, viola, andj Wladyslaw Przybyla, cello. Redlands Daily Facts Saturday, Mar. 7, 1959 — 3 South Africa Today Subject Of Public Talk Redlands Interracial Fellowship and Council for Civic Unity invites the public to hear a talk of unusual interest tomorrow at 3.30 p.m. jn the First Congrega tional church. Speaker will be Mrs. Mary Louise Hooper, recently expelled from South Africa for her activi tics in connection with a civil rights organization, the "African National Congress." She is now on the Pacific Coast as representa tive of the South Africa Defense Fund to which the local group made a contribution at the time of the "treason trial" last Spring. Mrs. Hooper has been on a speaking tour and collectine funds for the defense of the 91 people on trial for their resist ance to "Apartheid," segregation laws in South Africa. "South Africa Today" is the title of Mrs. Hooper's talk anJ she will have on display her col lection of books and curios as well as a group of mounted pic tures of South African life. She will also bring her farewell gift from her co-workers in the Afri can National Congress, a tape r<^ cording of the "Freedom Songs" of South Africa, sung by nine men on trial for their convictions n the current "treason trial." CHANEL SUIT, slightly fitted for first time, is in lacy oatmeal tweed buttoned in brown. Tabs trim jacket and the collar is narrow. LAROCHE COAT for daytime is cut from white taslan, a bulky but lightweight fabric. Sleeves go just below elbow; narrow collar is rolled. BALMAIN DRESS for daytime in pale blue Orion and wool typifies waistline's return to normal level. The neckline here is boat-shaped. PERSONAL SERVICE principals F. Arthur Cortner's personal advisory eervice is available at any time — ready to offer assistance in making final arrangements , . . skill developed through long years of experience . . . and complete understanding of the family's needs. f. ARTHUR C0RTNER 221 BROOKSIDE AVE • PY 2-1411 Mrs. Paul Zimmerman of Oakland. Dr. and Mrs. John Schamm of Long Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Scheague of Alhambra, a great-aunt and great-uncle. The bride, now employed by the Security First National Bank ol Redlands, graduated in 1956 from Redlands High school where she was vice president of the Girls' League and a CSF seal bearer. On graduation, she received an Elks club award and a Hilltop F o u n d a t i on scholarship. She attended U.C.L.A. for two years and was a member of Gamma Phi Beta sorority. Her campus activities included membership in the Shell and Oar. the Dorm Council, and physical education and recreation club. Her bridegroom, a member of her graduating class from Redlands High school, was on the football and baseball teams and served as Y-Night- chairman. He attended Oregon State college for a year, affiliating with Alpha Tau Omega fraternity, and spent another year and a half at San Bernardino Valley college, graduating in February. He is now employed as a draftsman by the San Bernardino County'Water District and is also associated with his father in the Stockton's Sporting Goods business. GO-TO-CHURCH SUNDAY— Rev. John De Boer Cummings, pastor of Trinity Episcopal church, welcomes this Girl Scout trio who are among the hundreds to take part in annual Go-To-Church Sunday tomorrow. Left to right are Mrs. Howard Holmes, Juliette Low, chairman for the local Girl Scout Council, Brownie Kathy Kiley and Girl Scout Jo Anne Holmes. All Girl Scouts are asked to attend the church of their choice in uniform tomorrow. JULES CRAHAY AFTERNOON DRESS is good example of why the Belgian-born designer became new Paris style star with his collection for the house of Nina Ricci. Neckline is cut nearly to the waist, filled in with bib of beads. Full skirt is belled out over stiff petticoats. These first pictures of the new Paris spring fashions are notable because they show, for the first time in many years, clothes that are pretty and wearable without being freakish. • Here are waistlines that have returned to normal; hemlines lowered just a trifle; widened shoulders. I Mattress and Upholstery Needs & Repairs — BANNER Mattress & Upholstery 122 Ca|on PY 3-5151 But there are some surprises too. That grand dame of Paris fashion, Mile. Chane,' produces slightly' litted suits for the first time in her long career. And an unknown designer. Jules Crahay, shot to fashion stardom with his collection for the house of Nina Ricci. The four pictures here highlight the single most important fact to come out of the Paris collections: clothes are pretty again. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appli-j ances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Who Has a E/rfWoy MARCH 8 — Benrie Heuvelhorst Earl Yingst Willird Wright H. L. Thackwill Rev. Jaime 0. Quinonts Edward A. Laube Jack Patrick Herbert A. Horn Jack Rosendahl Don Bartholomew MARCH 9 — Gordon Brockett Dave Bugbee F. A. Peirce Henry Hawthorne Frank Rojas Charles Blackwell David Nutter Wally Hilmo Theodore Purpero Jack Harrison Lauwrens Looy Richard Braga Lee W. Richardson Billy Wittlake Frank Shissler Bruce Lewis Happy Birthday from 11 E. State Ph. PY 3-2505 Smog Expert To Be Health Club Speaker Monday Redlands Creative Living Health club will present Chandler Phil lips, authority on the smog problem, at their Monday evening meeting, 7:30 o'clock, in Sacred Heart parish hall, 215 Eureka street. The Dublic is invited. Mr. Phillips is a mechanical en gineer who was employed for 14 years for a major oil company on the west coast during the years when the change-over in refinery methods created serious air pollution problems. During the past four years, since he left the petroleum industry, Mr. Phillips has been working as a consulting engineer and studying smog, its sources and effects. Mr. Phillips has spoken on this subject before nearly 200 service clubs and organizations. Bulletins outlining some of his talks have been widely circulated in the Los Angeles area. ' 1 Name Derivation To Be Traced For Club Group Mrs. Jeffry Prendergast will b« presented as Monday's speaker for the meeting of the literature section of the Contemporary club. The meeting will begin at 2 p.m. in the main auditorium. Mrs. Prendergast, who has long been interested in the origin of names and has done considerable research on this subject, has titled her talk, "What's in a Name?" Adding interest to the occasion will be the speaker's consideration of names of members of her audience, written on arrival and presented to her to be a part of her program. MARTHAS MEETING MONDAY EVENING Our Lady of the Citrus household. Order of Martha, will meet at 8 p.m. Monday with Mrs. Francis Pierce. 300 West Palm avenue. Mrs. May Monniere will be co-hostess. It's "Beauty Unlimited" by REVLON 12 exciting new colors * . . pale! Shocking! Off-beat! Revlon creates the greatest lipstick fashion news of all time! 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