Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 10, 1959 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, March 10, 1959
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SANDY TWISS Redlands Girl Places In DAR State Contest Sandy Twiss. 9th grade student at Cope Junior High school and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Twiss, 417 West Palm avenue, has been awarded second prize for her entry in the art sewing contest, cotton dress division, at the 51st California State Conference. Daughters of the American Revolution. The conference and exhibits were at the Sheraton Palace hotel in San Francisco March 3-6. Sandy's recognition was for excellent work achieved in the home- 1 making department for which she also received congratulations froml Mrs. Harry B. KessleY. state chair-' man of Girl Homemakers for the D.A.R. Also congratulated was Mrs. Nathan Moore, teacher of home economics at Cope, who had arranged an exhibit of particular, interest from the school. Judging was based on material suitability of style, stitching and neatness. One of the three judges! was Miss Nora Anderson who studied under Schiaparelli and at tended a noted school of design in Sweden. Mrs. N. E. Long, chairman of Americanism and girl homemak- 1 ers for Arrowhead chapter, explains that "one of the objectives of D.A.R. is working for the education of young people and encouraging them in their interests! in the homemaking program i n schools". The local chapter also makes awards at the end of the year to two outstanding students selected by the faculties of Cope and Redlands Junior high schools and Redlands High school. CHURCH SPONSORING "NEXT TO NEW" SALE The Church of Jesus Christ of i Latter Day Saints ' is sponsoring a "next to new" sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the former Green Stamp building on Fifth street. Mrs. Ben Casey and Mrs. Hans R. Porter are in charge. Furniture, dishes, clothing and bric-a-brac •will be offered for sale. The store will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 200 Assist AAUW Branch Celebrate 50th Anniversary Over 200 members of the American Association of University Women in this area responded to the call of the San Gorgonio branch to help them celebrate their Golden Anniversary at a luncheon Saturday at Azure Hills Country club. Honored at this time were sev-| en women from Redlands who had served as president of that branch before it' was divided. They are Mmes. A. M. Sargent. David Soltau, Jeffry Prendergast; and the Misses Elizabeth Hidden. Edith H Hill. Jennie Hanlon and Louise Jennings. Mrs. Dallas Mitchell, president of the hostess branch, welcomed members from Riverside and Redlands as well as her own branch in San Bernardino and Colton. Miss Hidden, Mrs. Mildred F. Alexander and Mrs. Vance Taylor all of Redlands, took part in the program. Mrs. Taylor wore a dress which had been her mother's and was more than SO years old Miss Vera Haberer, program chairman for Redlands branch, arranged for the speaker who was introduced by Mrs. Roger Crim The speaker, Mrs. Roy Winthrop Townsend, South Pacific regional vice president, said in part that the bonds which hold the national membership of 145.000 together are • 1» their practical education work. i2> the headquarters staff, in Washington, D.C., and i3> their] fellowship program. Mrs. .Vance Taylor was hostess for the day. She was assisted by Mmes. William R. Shanahan, Joseph Baccus. William M. Nitter -j house, Kermit G. Gump and the Misses Margie Walker, Gwladys Pugh, Rosalie Dillon and Vera KimbaU. SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad Zeta Lambdas Make Plans For Conventions Plans to attend the state con vention in Berkeley were discuss-! ed at the most recent meeting of Sigma Alpha sorority, for which Mrs. Cloid Gray was hostess at her home, 10 West Cypress avenue. Also noted was the coming international convention scheduled for Portland, Oregon. Reservations were made for the San-Riv-Or council meeting March 15 at Arrowhead Springs hotel when there will be a workshop on welfare. A contribution was made to the Angel View hospital for crippled children at Desert Hot Springs, the state E.S.A. philanthropic project. At the next meeting, an educational session, the program will be a lecture on "Words". Mrs. Dale Ferguson will be hostess and husbands and friends of members, will be guests. Next on the chapter calendar is a St. Patrick's party March 13 at the Frank Mills home. Present at the Gray home were Mmes. Mills, frank Marquardt Ferguson, Kenneth Traber Charles Schaffer, Edwin Brose Lloyd Keene, Bruce Scranton and Miss Betty Russell. Grand Patriarch Speaks To Rebekah Lodge Roy Nelson, district deputy grand patriarch of District 32, gave an interesting talk to Sapphire Rebekah lodge at its recent meeting. After being escorted to the platform to be seated at the right of, the noble grand, Grace Mohncy Mr. Nelson was introduced. His) talk was on the Angel View hospital for Crippled Children at Desert Hot Springs. The hospital has been in operation for five years, Mr. Nelson reported. The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs and all other branches of the order are now working to] raise money to erect a dormitory and furnish it completely, he an nounced. Mr. Nelson is treasurer for the funds collected by the various groups. Mr. Nelson also spoke of the success of the recent Heart Fund drive in which the Odd Fellow and Rebekahs took the leadingj part. Sapphire Rebekah lodge mem bers will takethe "Angel", a symbol of the drive fund, to the Beaumont subordinate lodge Thursday night. Locally, Rebekahs' are looking forward to the official visit of the district deputy president, Viola Haddock, March 20. On the refreshment committee for the recent meeting were Myr tie Curtis, chairman: Anna Crick, Mary Cleveland and Minnie Williams. ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Mission P.T.A. Morning Meeting The main program for tomor -j row's meeting of Mission P.T.A will be a language arts hour from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. with room visitation and observation. A potluck luncheon is scheduled for 12:15 after which Miss Lucy Siegrist, county schools consultant, will evaluate the morning hour for the group. Also on the agenda for the meeting is annual election of officers. As an added feature, seven members will bring fancy-work to exhibit as part of the parent education activities under Mrs. Joseph Damus, chairman. Mrs, Damus will exhibit rag animals and dolls: Mrs. Gertrude Fortin, crocheted table covers: Mrs. Ruth Guy, embroidery and crochet; Mrs. John Lehman, apple dolls; Mrs. Dorothy Pacini, knitting: Mrs. Francis Patterson, needlepoint and a hooked rug; and Mrs. Dorothy Paxton, doll clothes. JUNIOR BRIDGE CLUB MASTERPOINT Play will start promptly at 9:15 tomorrow morning for the Junior Duplicate Bridge club in Master- point session at 514 Lime street. Last week's winners were Mrs. Raymond Wright and Mrs. Harold Moser. first: Mrs. H.W. Myers and Mrs. W. H. Dore. second: Mrs. Everett Smith and Mrs. Ray Kime. third: Mrs. Bland Haydon and Mrs. Andy Nelson, fourth. James Sloan To Present Film Program As Soropfimist Benefit The public is invited to take a photographic trip "Around the World in Color" with James Sloan when the local photographer and world traveler presents a program as a benefit sponsored by the Redlands Soroptimist club March .18 The program will be presented at the Contemporary club, accord ing to Blanche Stader, ways and means chairman for the Soropt mists. Tickets are available at Hinerman's Jewelry store, Scrr's Stationery store. Security First National-Bank, Hockridge Florists and the Sun Company office, 12 East Vine street, or from club members. Mr. Sloan is recognized as "tops" in the field of photography and his travels have presented unlimited opportunities to capture unusual scenes of people and places. His collection includes pic tures of notable people in poll tics, the theatre and the sports world. His safari films bring to the screen the drama of Africa and its inhabitants of the jungle, At their recent business meet ing. Soroptimists voted $15 toward a fund being raised by Pacific, Region to provide transportation for a Formosan child to be brought to Pasadena for corrective surgery. Each club in the region is being asked to contribute to the fund. Rose Hinerman reported for the service committee. Gladys Simon and Blanche Stader were elected alternate delegates to represent the club at dis trict and regional conference. Gladys Hardy was named candi date for the regional nominating; committee. Surname Study Provides Club's Section Program The origin of surnames was the interesting subject on which Mrs Jeffry J. Prendergast spoke yes terday when the Contemporary club's literature section met in the auditorium of the clubhouse How many of the names so commonly heard today came into use was traced by Mrs. Prendergast who noted that the Irish were the first to make use of family names. In England, surnames came into use at the time of William the Conqueror, she said, stating that 'everyone of English ancestry is nevitably descended from him' The most common surnames in the Scandinavian countries identify the bearer as someone's son or daughter, the speaker pointed out, noting the -son or -sen endings. In Ireland the "O' " means grandson and the Scotch "Mac" means son. Mrs. Prendergast also discuss ed the many occupational names, the aristocratic "place" names of Europe, the names derived from the Early Christian Saints, the Jewish names and others. Club members' names submitted to her were analyzed at the conclusion of the program which as followed by a tea hour with Mrs. W. A. Hartman and Miss Leora Mitchell pouring. M r s. Charles Hunt was tea hostess and Mrs. J. B. Holmes was at the door yesterday. Mrs. Rodney L. Cranmer, section chairman, introduced M r s. Prendergast. Mrs. Dorothy H. Brenan, club president, announced the call to District convention in Apple Valley April 9 with the desert clubs as hostesses. Redlands is authorized 16 delegates, she said. Quartet To Join Soprano For Recital At U.R. Jean Plainer Fayard, soprano will present her senior recital tonight at 8:15 in Memorial chapel at the University of Redlands. She is a voice student of Larra Browning Henderson, associate professor of voice at the university. Mrs. Fayard will be assisted by Herbert Iverson, pianist, and the Feld Quartet, in residence at the] university this year. The Quartet will join Mrs. Fayard in the "Ex- sultate, Jubilate" from the Mozart Motet. K. 165. Also to be heard are a recitative and aria from Bach's Passion According to St. Matthew, the aria "Pace, Pace,, mio Dio" from Verdi's opera, "La| Forza del Destino", four Brahms songs and songs by Vittorio Giannini, John Duke, Hindemith and Maurice Besly. The daughter of Dr. and Mrs C. D. Plainer of Walla Walla, Wash., Mrs. Fayard was recently married to a medical student who attends the College of Medical Evangelists at Loma Linda, Al fred Ariel Fayard. She is a member of Sigma Alpha Iota, national music fraternity, and plans to continue her study of music at the UR next year. The public is invited to tonight's recital. Redlands Daily Facts Tuesday, Mir. 11 W5f-» LEADERS IN TRAINING — Learning procedures for use at future den meetings are these women interested in the Scouting program. Taking part in a training course are, left to right, Olive Wilkinson, Muriel Young, Lois Battersby (instructor), Eloise Austin, Connie Sowell, Pansy Gordon and Betty Wood. VETERANS AUXILIARY MEETING TONIGHT New officers will preside a t their first meeting tomorrow when the Auxiliary to the Veterans of World War I Barracks meets this evening ,at 716 West Lugonia avenue, 7:30 p.m. Wives, widows and daughters of veterans are eligible for membership and invited to the meeting. Clean that FUR Now! -Just In Time for Easter Wearing ONE THIRD OFF regular prices. Give your fur a wonderful cleaning and glazing for Easter. Let Harris' expert furriers pamper your fur now! Any scarf, stole or cape, $3.95. Mink slightly higher. ' Any Stole Stole or Scarf Mink slightly higher $395 Easter Brings The Loveliest Lingerie by Van Raalte What could be more luxurious under your new Easter fashions than lovely nylon lingerie by Van Raalte. All in beautiful Spring shades. in ./ sigHt;) Midriff full length gown has classic bodice with insertions of tiara nylon lace. Nylon net fold finishes V neckline. Pink or blue. Sizes 34 to 42. $6.95 Slim petticoat has hemline of daintily pointed tiara nylon lace in a trio of facing rows. Creme beige, black or white. Sizes S, M, L. $3.95 Luxurious slip with all lace bosom lined with nylon net Tiara lace spires fashion hemline of the sheath skirt. Creme beige, black or white. Sizes 32 to 40. $8.95 2nd FLOOR Crafron Class Demonstrations On PTA Program Both children and adults took part in the recent meeting of Crafton P.T.A. which began with a classroom demonstration of read ing and arithmetic techniques. .Mrs. Carol Parkes' first grade class presented the reading demonstration followed by Mrs. Mary V. Beckert's third graders in an arithmetic demonstration. The adult education department orchestra, directed by Morris Durham, played before the social hour. Instrumentalists were Eve Damus. Minerva Engel, Gladys Weltmer, Ray Weltmer. Betty Reznicki, Charlie Solomon. Mary V. Beckert, Mr. Durham, Patricia Hill, and Ruth Durham. Mrs. Fred Harrison and Mrs. Dick Reese Jr. poured during the social hour. A family night box social i s scheduled for April 3. Unless you have a definite allergy, your skin will respond to a Mild soap-and-water cleansing every day. At night apply an antiseptic lotion or lubricating skin cream to restore oils removed during the day. is Scouts Offer Training Course For Leaders As an aid to women taking part in the local Scouting program, a special Den leaders training course was organized this year with two sessions already completed. A third is scheduled to begin the Wednesday after Easter. Offered through the cooperation of the adult education program and the Redlands Scout office, the course is of seven weeks duration. Sessions are conducted at 426 Beacon street with Mrs. Don aid Battersby as instructor. All leaders are welcome, particularly those at the Cub Scout level. "What Makes up a Den Meeting" is considered, with empha sis on the basic crafts such as working with papier mache, plaster of paris and simple woodwork ing. "Graduates" of the most recent session were Hermance Terbest. Lydia Coyazo, Muriel Young. Nancy Sager, Olive Wilkinson, Eloise Austin. Pansy Gordon. Connie SowelJ, Lois Clark, Fern Miller. Joyce Stephenson. Roselyn Sala and Eloise Holmes. SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Adl HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY MEETING FRIDAY Miss Moyah Clark. 500 Westwood lane, will be hostess to Redlands Horticultural and. Improvement Society Friday evening at 7:30. The program will include slides of European gardens shown by Miss Clark and a talk on the different types of English gardens by Mrs. J. C. Cruise, formerly of England. Mrs. Cruise will also conduct the monthly plant forum. Members are: asked to bring chairs with them. Miss Clark's house may be reached by turning left off of Garden street onto Westwood lane. Q—The bidding has been: North East Sostk Weal 2* Pass 1 * Put 3* Pass 3* Pan 4* Pass ? You, South, hold: 4AK7C5 VMS 4*1 *JI5 What do you do? A—Bid fire data. A MM would be unthinkable so* *tx dnbt an overbid. TODAY'S- QUESTION Your partner continues with a bid of five hearts. What do you do now? ..—Answer Tomorrow Easter is / for Children Harris' Infants' Department is filled with fashions as exciting as the Easter Bunny ... as gay as Easter itself. Come in and see them today! "Yolande" everglaze dress with rich rack trim, organdy collar. Pink or blue. Infanta' size* only. $4.98 Drip dry cotton sleeveless drew with matching panties, with a billowy nylon pinafore, with cute hand painted' saying. Pink, blue or inaize. Sizes 1 to 3X. $10.98 The nautical version in fine pettipleat, permanently pleated. Large sailor collar in white, red trim. PuTf sleeves, grosgain bow ' at front of collar. Navy. Sizes 1 to 3. $5.98 Toddler's linen rayon coat with matching cloche hat. I met placket circles coat from hfghline In front to low back. Dainty "daisy" trim circles wide collar, cuffs and hat. Rayon taffet* lining. White, pink or navy. Sixes 2. 3, 4. $8.98 rrom Switzerland, little boys* "Bobbie" suits. Generous long shirt tail, suspender pants with snap crotch. Blue. I yr. and 18 mo. size. $5.91 Tine cotton dr»s* with matching panties, all with deep hems, elastic arm band, trimmed with dainty lac* or eyelet embroidery$4.98 Bouffant ilipt in white nylon with Un trim. $2 and $3 INFANTS WEAR — 2nd FLOOR

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