Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 20, 1969 · Page 8
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 8

Redlands, California
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Thursday, February 20, 1969
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TO THE WINNER — ilrs. Jerry Ayers, right, accepts a camellia plant from Mi-s. Lloyd A. Watts, center, as 'Svinning guest" of the Assistance League's Camellia Luncheon yesterday at the home of Mrs. Kenneth R. McKenzie, left Mrs. Ayers was one of the 12 winners at that number of homes opened for the 1969 event for which League members were hostesses. Proceeds will help support the organization's Dental Clinic, one of its two major projects. (Photo by Dick White); Assistance League's Camel lia luncheon a 'sell out' ford Haggerty and HTS .tA. B. Tliompson, co-chairmen for the 1969 luncheon. Jeny Ayers at the Kenneth R. McKenzie home; Robert Wagner at the I. Hunter Crittenden Redlands Assistance League's Dental Clinic vtill benefit from the 18th annual Camellia Luncheon sponsored by the League' Tables for four, each centered,home: Mrs. James Sloan at the and served yesterday to guests|«ith a variety of camellias,!James W. Simonds home; Mrs. in 12 homes. The always pop-'were arranged at each of the;Warren Brant at the L.E. Heim ular affair was a complete "sell 12 homes wtcre the same gour-|home; Joseph W. Enarson at out" according to Mrs. W. Clif- met luncheon menu was pre- Ihe Ralph M. Hammer home. pared and served by League! Mrs. Edward G. Herrmann at members. Over 430 guests at-;ihe WilUam L. Kiley home; I tended. JMrs. J. B. aaypool at the J .j Another tradition kept Overton Pratt home; Mrs. Or- I throughout the years was the'ville Hayward at the Dan F. Fflmiiy JOSEPHINB lEAT Batchelder, Van Straterr betrothal told Mr. and Urs. Henry J. Van Strat«a. US Prospect drive, an- nomwe the tattgtmtDt of tfadr BSfattr, Alice Elaine, to Bar- lOB IGchael Batchelder, son of Mr. and Mrs. IL Batchelder of PfaiUdeiphJa. Penna. Tbe wedding is planned for March 22 in Redlands and the couple will make their home in SanU Monica. The bride-to-be graduated bom Bedlands high school lAere ^ was a Kfe member of California Scholarship Federation and a member of the Daisy Oiain in her junior year. She was also a member of Kimberly Juniors of the Contemporaiy aub. She earned her B.S. de- ^ee in biology at the University of Redlands and is now a student at St. John's School of! Medical Technology in Santa Monica. Her fiance attended high school in Philadelphia and received his B.A. in biology, cum laude, from La Salle College in Philadelphia where he was affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Del ta fraternity. He now attends U.C.L.A. medical school where he is a member of the Class of 1971. Alice is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Straten of Redlands and the late Mr. ani Mrs. Adrian Vander Lugt, also of Redlands. ALICE VAN STRATEN Photo bjc WnL njncr iriwgiiam Dollars for your old bike! Sell it with a speedy Classified Ad. Just dial for an ad-writer today! 7S3-322L Public invited to discussion on narcotics Easfern Star meeting nofss patriofic fheme "I Am An American" was the theme of last evcohig's meeting of Cop* dd On dtapter. Order of the Easten Star, introduced by Austin Garrett «p— «"r George Washingloa and Abraham Lincobi. the 13 colonics and the 13 stars on this couatiy's firat flag, and Ihe Lbaty BeO. Floyd Matteson, worthy patron, reviewed the lives of the signers of the Dedaration of In- ifepciidcocG. Escorted and mtroduced werej bation' Dept. RedUnds Police past matrons and patrons of the i Chief Robert Graefe, Matt Boga- Moore PTA sets Salad Luncheon date AMMxmcement was made of <the annoal Salad Luncheon to Tbt intereated poidic is invit-jbe put on by members of Moore ed to attend a panel discussion jonior Ugh PTA when unit on narcotics and health problems' to be bdd Monday at 8 p.m. in John Kboz Hall of the First PreaiqiteriaB church. The panel, MWBswed by the Jumor Women of the Cootempo- raiy chib, will feature Rev. John D. Foerster, moderator; Stewart Smith, chief of the County Pro- diapter, Mary Frideridi, I v a h Petersen, Helen Jones, Lois Pendleton. Stella Garrett. Julia Ward, Buth Matteson, Vera Mae Crim. Byron ^langler, R. E. Petersen, John lilrey, Albert Jones and Mr. Ganett Mrs. Evelyn Trowbridge, worthy matron, announced Guest Night for March 5. Practice for the official visit of the d^ty grand matron win be March 9 at 7 p.m pie. March 16 is the date of prac- tin from the County Health Dept. William Nance, asastant prhidpal at Bedlands high sdMxd, Or. Bfwiimin Kovitz from Piatbm State Baspital. and a reiimtiiHine from Teen Cbei- lenge. Parents of Redlands school chiUren are especi^ urged to Cub Scouts of Pack 20 have annual dinner Neariy 120 attended this week's Blue and Gold Banquet for Cub Scott Pack 20, an event wliich included an orighial mu-l sical play presented by Mrs. Bil- He Daniel's high sdnol drama group. Players m "The Ballad of| Rocky Raccoon" were Patte Craw, Cathey Fauntleroy, Terry Hydinger, Robert Huntsman, Lin da Nye, Jan Hucenbau^ Katby MiUer and Victor BelL Webdos C^ig Christiansen entertained the audience with a reading of his original poem. Cubs earning awards wete Paul Danninger, David Badgley, Mark Derby, Mike Derby, Greg attend to learn more ^bout the drug problem locally and the , best ways to jmvfnt drug abuse in the Masonic Tem-i among youth. If additional infonnation is needed, mental health co-chairmen Mrs. Lloyd F. Snow or Mrs. Henry Sdimitz may be contacted. tice for the worthy grand matron's visit and March 23 Is the date of the Orange Belt Associ- atkm luncheon honoring the wor thy grand matron and patron and other grand officers at Palm Springs. Reservations are due by March I. Special introduction and welcome went to Dorothy Ann Smith, honored queen of Redlands Job's Dau^ters bethel. The dining room was decorat-' ed in the patriotic theme with red, iriiite and blue. Chairman for the evening was Doris Belcher, assisted by Hamid Belcher, Edna Nichols, Elame Dillon, Ndlie Crane and Margie Blancher. members met Tnesdvy evenmg. Mrs. Cfiffbrd Whitdiead, president, announced March 12 as the hncfaeon date, with serving to continue from 11:30 to 1:30 in Jeim Knox halL Mrs. James L. Barter introduced Thomas Y. Nimic as the recipient of the unit's bnorary life membersfaiop. Mmes. G. C PandB. James L. Harter and George R. Griffing and Robert P. Kling will serve «a (he nominating committee. Miss Helen Beeler, practicing psydioiogist from Bedlands, was guest speaker for the evening. Bvs lesM rac* PUEBLA, Mexico (VPD—A passenger train strudc a bus at a crossing about 80 miles southeast of Mexico City, killing 13 persons and injuring 20. poUce said today. Witnesses said the bus driver raced the train to the crossing. AppfMtKC Mjockcr Would Sail Farther EVANSVILLE, Ind. (UPD— ^ he set out on his historic "This is a hijack. Let's go to voyage today. Christopher Co- Cuba." lumbus wT )uld have to sail 13 Mrs. Ruth Meyer ignored the t yards farther than he did in note and kept driving the school 1 1M2, because t h e continents bus to Mater Dei High School!have drifted apart that mncb Wednesday. I since then. Womack, Brent Danmnger, Craig Christiansen, Kail Krause, Jeff Parmer and Ron Blidde. Graduating mto Boy Scouting were Robert Concienne, Bruce Holt and Richard Wise. The Pack welcomed Billy Banaszak as a new Bobcat. MEXICAN AND. AMERICAN FOOD' "Servfd in an atmotpher* of Elasanca" Banquet Faeiiitin Available for up to iS people Lonch or Dinner PHONE 7*3-5»1S 1570 NO. ORANGE, REDLANDS Shfer Scouf Troops join for 'Thinking Day "To England With Love" vras Gold Star Mothers to meet tomorrow Gold Star Mothers of Redlands MensMial diapter will have a social meeting tomorrow at 1 p.m. at the home of Betty Dudlext, 16 West Highland avenue. awarding of a camellia plant at each home to one guest Winners this year were Mrs. LeIand - , ~ - , - .B. Meriam at the J(*n L. Paulhe tiieme of the -Thmtang Day- home: Mrs. Ronald Skipper \ alentme party held recenUy by ai ^ari Nicks home; Mrs. BroK-nic Tnxv 617 and Jumor Girl Scout Troop 778. sister troops sponsored by Greenspot Woman's club. WTiile Miss Karen Kennan, assistant leader of Troc^ 777 and; a student at the University of Redlands, has tieen studying in London, (he Scouts in Mentone have been learning more about England themselves. Brownie leaders Mrs. DuWayne Tench and Mrs. Blake Neal. and Junior leaders Mrs. Phillip Legendre and Mrs. Gayle James, helped the girls learn songs, stories and landmarics of England. Clave House in London, a World Center of Giri Guides and Girl Scouts named tor the Worid Chief Guide, Clave, Lady Baden-Powell, was prominent in the program. A display of American and English sj-mbols decorated the room and English landmarks were shown in photo- graf*ic slides presented by Mrs. Ray Zimmer. Cadetle Vicki Zimmer planned and led an En^sh games party during the afternoon and the day closed with a Giri Scout camping program presented by Mrs. Oiarles E. Stebbins, Day Camp director. nils is the second special event prepared by the sister: troops. During December they worked together to promote and i advertise the Mentone Comnui-j nity Carol Sing. McEwen home; Mrs. Jay C. Sexton at the ttalcolm Chambers home and Mrs. Benjamin J. Lawrence at the George G. Geelan home. 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