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y JOSEPBim AARS. RICHARD RAMIREZ MENDIETA Ptieto by Horrit' Wright-Audorff marriage is announced Mr. and Mrs. Ererett K. Au-' dotff of LawMlale MBOuuce thC; marriate of thdr danshter. A D-{ nette Marie, to Larry E. Wrisbt.1 MB of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wright of Torrance. The nuptials «cre performed Febnury; 9 in the Chapel of the BdU ini Las Vetas. I Hie parents of the young cou-i pie were their only attendanU.j The bride wore a street-length' dress of «4itte lace over wbHe> isatffl. She carried her tistiil Edith's BiUe from Jenisalem' and a spray of pink rosebuds; with tulle trim. Her headpiece jwas a circlet of irfaite netting held at the bac^ by a flat whUe bow. j Annette Marie, granddausbter of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd D. Chil- ;ders. 114 Michigan street. Redlands, and ot Mr. and Mrs. J.! G. Audorff of Cadott, Wise., is a student at Leuzinger high; school in Hawthorae. She is a, member of the drama depart-' mcnt and active in Camera club modding. Her bridegroom is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. OUo HUI iof Lawndale and J. Wright of ! Oklahoma. He graduated from^ ihigh school in Torrance and is| now employed as a welder at Wolco Tracking Equipment Co. jHe has served as a paratrooper [With the VS. Army's 101st Airborne Division and was wound- led in actk>n while in Vietnam. The young newlywcds are nowj^roaiy 8Jn the pr^ence ofjAl Mancinas, Edward Quiroz, Baritone Wpyne Dalfon selecM Iff Mefropblifan Opera Auditions Music for Youth concert set for March 2 The Uoivenily-OMniBnBityl SjmipiiOBT wS prefcnt a cooccct! (speeiailjr designed for the co- Joymeat of fHniliK and yomc; Oistriot auditioBs for the Metro- people Sunday. March 2 at i'^^*^ prnfaMeaoriaJChapeLThe^^ ^ to the puMic Gw^dolyn Roberts of San wmm eawfe. Bernardino, district director, an- ne progruB will feature "A noggeed his selection and also Smple Symphony" by Benja- that of two other young singers. RMllonds Doily Facts Friday, February 21, 1969 - 7 Wayne Dalton of Bedlands, baritone, student of Larra Browning Henderson, has been selected a winner in the San Bernardino - Rhrerskle Coonties min Britten. "In the Steppes of Central Asia" by A. Borodin, Amy Jo Gripton of Rialto. lyric soprano, and Karen McClore of MR. AND MRS. LORENZO RAMIREZ Photo br MIP Shidie Linda Serrano, Lorenzo Ramirez wed Linda Serrano, daughter of Mr' John Ramirez, the bride- and Mrs. lUIph Serrano, WOCal-groom's brother, and Richard houn street, became the bnde of, yma were best man and ushers liorenzo Ramirez, son of Mr. and * Symphonic Variations by Cesarj Rialto. mezzo soprano, both stu Franck with University of Red- dents of Miss Roberts, a vwce lands student Marjorie Poe at coach in San Bernardino. K'rt^*?'^"SS£' Miss Bicaure is remembered ^ ,9LJ^^^L .Portuguese jo^aUy for her outstanding per- Inn by L. Chenibmi. formance as co-star in the Red- The Symphony »riU also per- lands Footlighters' musical, form a series of seven Rumanian "stop the World I Want to Get folk dances. Off." Tlie orchestra, under direction All three singers wOl take of Dr. Edward C. Tritt. is pre-part in the Regional semifinals seating the Music for Youth con-i in Los Angeles on March 22. cert in cooperaUon with the Spin- Miss Gripton is a San Bemar- , , et Music Oub of Redlands with dino Valley CoUege student and, PreSICIGnT nOStS the purpose of devdoping a bet-' has received scholarships from' ter understanding and apprecia-: the Southern California Vocal tion of music as a cultural, edu- Association and the Idyllwild cational and inspirational force Music Camp. Past Noble Grands of Sapin youth. Mr. Dalton is working on bis pj^jre Rebckah lodge were guests doctoral program at the School of their president, SaUie Little- of Theology in Claremont and ton, 2820 MiU Creek road. Men- ' !- ^filrivtfv <fi>4 /4i *«tn nm>^ in vfw *o1 1 . r it_-?_ U-!- t. WAYNE DALTON PNG meeting BIrs. Gerooimo Ramirez of Rial to. in ceremonies performed were Reumaldo Pedroza. Jess Serrano, brother of the bride; Rosalie Ortiz is bride of Richard Mendieta in St. Mary's church Xow on a wedding bip to San'white bow^ marking the aide AnUwio. Texas, are Richard Ra- pew ends, mirez Mendieta of San Benar- At the reception. Maria Radino and his bride, the formeriniirez of Yucaipa cau^ the Rosalie Ramirez Ortiz of Redlands, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Ortiz, 1217 HeraM at home at 20359 Anza avenue 300 guesU. Rev. Ricardo Mcia. 1 in Torrance. pastor of the church, officiated. ilrs. Hden Martinez, sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Mary Javier Gopar. Frank Ferrari, John BoteOo and Arthur Acuna. Ring bearer was Raymond Ramirez Jr., nephew of the bride- ViUa were the bride's honor at-groom, tendanu. Bridesmaids were Vi-^ The bride U a 1967 graduate St, Joseph's CYO breakfast to be Sunday A Pancake Breakfast will be sponsored by the St. Joseph The Woriter Calh(^c Youth Organi- ! is taking graduate work in vocal music at Cal State Los Angeles. tone, for their meeting Uiis week. Get-well cards were signed to f^Mnystcry prize went to Ferrell {Blaster of Theology from the Garemont School of Theology Gibson. The March meeting wiH be at the home of Marjorie Mrs, Crane is installed OES club president Stariighters dub of Copa dd Chrirtilir^*RiJIi !Sir ^nd discharged in under"direction"of club advisor", artists. S 'lor'^v"ef^"""^' OH^e T^ue. ' M7sl %rcCl!^ n'orenrolled at • Fullerton State CoUege where! Whitmer was co-hostess she is majoring in theatre arts, formeriy studied at SBVC. Judges this >-ear were B !rs.| for the day and the Valentine motif was used. Others present were Helen .An- zation Sunday. It will be served at the parish haU located at 10812 Mt. View avenue, Loma Lwda, between Barton road and fT ^-Y^^'^m^:^^'^;^ S,* •s-cioorrnS-is ^tol'S "^^^M T:^:^^!!^ „Bemard.:derson, EHie HaU, Blinnie WU- jHemandez,_Ro«linda Qumtero, groom .«end<^^^B^olo ^^ir ^idr a^,Sl ""^rvtg TJ^.T^VL''^^ LTtsSHi^Se '"artKr, fis and rrene Hull. hri^\hnJ «u4ina Domtafio Al. 0™ Chapter, Order of the East-iTrujilte. Ftewer giris were Juan- 1967 from the U.S. Navy. He is'Ralph Ybarra and pastor. Rev. va^o ^ iB«™ndc™ SUr, wiU meet Tkicsday at ita Cazarez, cousin of the bride.iemployed by Divco-Wayne Mo-:Joseph Snoj. Co^rhairmen for \-arado caught of the San Bernardino traditional garter. !7:30 p.m. at the home of BIrs. street. TTie bridegroom is Ihcliitoare ^ousiis of the'bride:"^" Belcher Cajon son of Mrs. Pauline Ramirez ofi ^ street Mrs. Rali* Nichols wnlll San Antonio. Rev. Ricardo BIcza performed the Nuptial Mass and ceremonj- last Saturday morning in St. and Sylvia Quintcro. bile Homes Inc. Rosalie is the granddaughter co-hostess, of Mr. and Blrs. Jose Vasquez. 1220 Lawlon street She gradual-, ,. , . ed from Redlands high school , „ with the Class of 1968. attended ^!^^ J'r^5'^/n™ Mar>-s Catholic dmrdi. Neariy the University of Redlands and PJ*' "^f"" nL n wi^ Parents Without Partners seeks to aub ofOcers w,re instaUed at; ^^^.^^ ^^^^^ 400 guests had been invited to the wedding and the reception which was held in the Orange > ccptionist Show cafeteria. j Her bridegroom is a 1968 grad- u^^asurer. feu and wvis designed »Tth|, siiesman at Gottloo's Jewel-^M„WHii^m as twice-weekly and tovites " pubUcitydiairmim. , participants. A gift of a crysUl salt and pepper set on a tray engraved !the event are Kathy Amabile I and Rufino Diaz, as'^isted by' C.Y.O. president Keith Good- ncr. This event k the club's second annual Pancake Breakfast. Last year the C.Y.O. donated $100 the Redlands Division of the San obtained from the proceeds t> Bemardino County Welfare De- wards the "Bells of St. Joseph." partmcnt. leads the lower teen The bells have just been recent- Taylor vice president, and Mrs. catwnal organization devoted to group, also in San Benwrdino. ly installed. This year, the club William H. Smith, secrctao'- Ihe interests of single parcntsi The special challenges ofi is planning a project to paint • J ^widows and widowers are dis-|dividmg lines m the church's Mrs. Riverside - Redlands counties h~ h«^^^«llfR«?l»Sk chapter, mstallcd BIrs. D. Ellis chapter of ParcnU Without Part- 5^^nTp^™rv «^Crairaspr«Hlent:Mrs. B. H.ners. Inc.. a non-profit edu- Professwnal Pharmacy as a re- _ , .»' „^^. -atiooal organization devoted to land their chiMrcn. is conduct- Xlrs.'inC discussion groups in River- white ruffles down the bodice.ig„ jj, gan Bemaixlino Seed pearls were used as trim on the long train. Securing the Through these discusswn groups conducted by qualified bndal veil was a cluster of mUKir f« three fabric roses and her flow- mUSIC IS ers were a cascade of miniature t ^fAiir ^fl 4f^m wiiite roses. liUes of the valley 'Wrureo TOr ; and daisies. Mr. Ortiz escorted; muKir i^rtrh^rt his daughter to the altar. i f CUCrrerS The three honor altcndanUj . t-r«..r.^«mo «cf .^i:„„ IS^ 'HlvJr a^"^ i'^t^Krpian^ and Mrs. Wanl. OCa.mpowiuleb«,^.were ^ ^^^^^^ Kimberlv Cubs '^t ^^S"^^^L^^^ - • - Bernardino. The groups meet hi-j interesterf in learninei i with the club name and the year.^'jrmerly married iof her term w^s presented to «««'"..«• "> P™«'»'= j outgoing president Mrs. Earl separation, can share common J<£i.v)n problems. Weekend encounter Hostesses were Mrs. wniiamiretreats marathon therapy scs- R. Bamett Mrs. Dorothy Ros- ?'ons and ffoap Uierapy meet- mgs are scheduled. A teen-discussion group pro- cussed in a recently formed dis-!parkmg lot cussion group led by Rev. Jess; Bloore. chaplam at Patton State hospital. This group will meet in Redlands on February 24. I ]lestaurant MEXICAN AND AMERICAN FOOD FEATURING THE TOPS IN FOOD - ATMOSPHERE - SERVICE Phone 7n -SflS 1570 No. Orange, Rtdlands Twice a week, adult discussion groups are heM in Redlands, Riverskle or San Bernardino at which time those present share experiences with others. Discussions deal with many; problems common to the single parent and their solutions are often learned from others who Phyllis and Connie Ortiz, asters of the bride; Maria Ramirez, a cousin, and Carol Regalado. Tile honor attendants wore avo- the Wednesday meetmg i lands branch of the Blusic; C I I^ J AC fsf Teachers Association of Califor-I »liac» Wi nia. Miss Blargaret Pierce, 722 weekly and are led by profes , clonals with experience with cado green crepe duBon wi«h i^th'sir^^C wa^'hosT- fCSCUe WOfK \^ encounter-group tech- green bow trim in front and the, ^^i ^Tbv Mk^Ve« S^i. ' bridesmaids WW in pink crepe ^'aS ^Mvc Mnrip^^ Chicken dinners were enjoyed' Dd BaraeU. recent director of chiffon with maroon bow trim.r_~ " ' by Scouts and parents at Kim- the Inland Empire Training Pro- .4U hdd dusters of pink daisies I„.Ir .1°!;™°? «""^"Uons|beriy Cub Padt I3's annual Blue'sram. leads the upper teen with lilies of the valley. were performed by KathryHjand GoW Banquet The evenfRroup in San Bernardino and Thomas Roque. Eu^ Re>-- i^^g* , c "'^s attended by Cart Ledhettcr. Charies Kurd, sodal worker for noza and George VdariTshai^ of Grayback CouncU. ^ the best man duties and ushers ^j^^^A^i i- » """"e S""* were Tbny Galvan, Domingo S^'''««an inte^ The Franklin stove was in- Alvarado, Joseph Saenz and ^/^Jf^^^^^ by Benjamin Franklin itina. The Cuckoo by Arensky. I perton of the Yucaipa Sheriffs"" - ' f-...~j Persons interested in learning more of the PWP program may call 797-0537. Ridiard Blorales. Oomi ^etiDg the wedding party were Ruth Ann Reynoza and Garry Roque, niece and nephew of the toide, as flower giri and ring bearer. The altars were decorated with while gladioli, jrink roses and lilies of the valley with Adventist Services REDLANDS SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST 520 Brooksde avenue Elder Arnold Kurtz Sabbath school 9:30. Morning worship 10:50. MENTONE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST 1230 OHvine. Merrill L. Enright, pastor. Sabbath school, 9:30. Morning worship 11:00. LOMA LINDA SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST HILL CHURCH W. K. Chapman, pastor. H. E. Beltz Jr., associate pastor. "Short Dance Impressions" by,Substation oonceming the mis- Rowley, "Silent Night" trans-jgon of the Search and Rescue cribed by Ddla Joio, the Minuet and Ballet from Debussy's "Petite Suite," "Sassafras" by Bacon and "Dance Toccata" by Agay. Introduced were Frances Dell and Betty Lou O'Rourice of the Rhrerside County branch who idayed a Sonata for four hands Team. He emphasized that Scouts should not stray from marked trails when hiking in the mountains. Scouting awards were presented to Kirt Chase, Chris Kreston, Phillip Bliller, Britt Stuber, Marie Harrison, David Fink. Greg Martinez and David Ep- by Poulenc. ! stein. Two new Bobcats. David William Sherwood, president: TUton and Bobby Lawrence, of Pomona VaUey branch, andi"-"-" welcomed mto the pack. iLuanne Durlesser, also of Por for a friend who manufactured it He refused to take out a patent, saying, "Others should benefit from American inventions as we enjoy great advantages from the mventions ofi others." i 2 DAY SPECIAL! Op«i Face CHERRY PIE Craam Top Reg. $1.75 SPECIAL $l.1f (Plus pi* plait etpotil) also old faihiinad BEEF STEW Rig. i\M qt. Special tie qt. FRIDAY ti SATUROAY ONLY SAGE'S REDLANDS Zeta Rhos see cancer film A film on cancer fads was mona. were guests, BIrs. Durlesser is an associate of BIr. Sherwood whose book. "Original Blusic for Piano, Four Hands," ihas recently been published. Eleanor Slorf of Riverside.. ,„ „„„h„,, 7„„ PK„ l ^sfaS and 'S ^ed''^ 7t! ^ <aiIU nf HIP foifival hpid last "^"^ ™ slda;^"si:?ia'^Uege!:Phen^-^^^^^ Local members present were A poUuckdmner preceded the Dorothy Allen, VivL Cotim:^,^t.Gue^i^ J^s. Helen Daun, Edna Jacohson, 5^ ^i* Carn^ i^aSe^^g^^^^ii^e^-i'erRorB^ Young people, 7:30 p.m. Fri day. Services translated for the deaf. THE UNIVERSITY SEVENTH- DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Comer Central and San Ber -j nardino streets, Loma IJnda. Paul C HenbadL pastor. Saturday services, 9:15, Sabbath schooL Worship service, 10:50. Vespers, Satnrday afiemoon. YUCAIPA SEVENTiMMY ADVENTIST 35225 Avenoe E. Lawrence Scott, pastor. Sabbath school 9:30. MoRiittC WonUp 10 :5» Sat uday. Huooiury Vohoteers, 7:li{ p.in. (Ftidisr). CAUMESA SCVBI1H«AY Aool t:3S ajL nnklp U:M T:M>giih = R*CSkorRo.S, EvTrl; Glace (^, ett Swank. Vera Van Loan. Mr.l K-^y- "ey*" «°<* Underwood. Cardyn Weisfarod and the hostesses. SELL IT TOMORROW With low-cost Classified Ads son Watson. Mrs. Sbiqr will be hostess for the next neetiDg when she win demonstrate the art of Easter egg deoonling. Are you a camera bog? SEE THE MINOLTA MOBIL DISPLAY ^1 ^tetfft ^ U^MJ^ SACE'S REDLANDS (near «!• smraNce li Olfw VMite) . 4S0 L CfpMM, BidM 10 AX II4 PX Sit. (kitr. ML S "GOD LIVES, AND GOD LOVES" CLAUDE E. PARKER, Minister "And Cod planted a garden tislward in Edtn; •nd Ifiere He put the man whom He had farmed. And out ef the around made the Lord to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, end good for food; ..." (GMI. 2:l,f). As spring arrives and we begin to dig in our gardens and flower beds again, wc cannot help but say with David, "The fool hath said in his heart. There is no God." (Psalms 14:1). What greater evidence could we possibly have of His existence, of His power, and of His love for us? Pity the unbeliever and the scoffer! While he develops ulcers trying'to prove that the multicolored and deligbtfuUy flavored watermelon is not the work of a God who cares for us, the little cbUd who has never been to school a day in his life is enjoying that beauty and flavor immensdyl The greatest wonder of all is that God so loved the woiid that He sent his Son into the world to suffer, to die, and to raise fhim the dead that we might have opporhun- ty to spend eternity with Him m a heavenly home inre- pared for those who love and obey Him. Hut is why we seek ... in a small way ... to return His love by wor- shipiring and serving Him. That is why, too, that we want yon and yours to meet with us. God loves you, and so do we. Sunday ;....»:« AJK. Sunday 1I:4S AJM. Sunday Ivwinfl Worship t:» PM. tervicee 7:N PJM. Class, Thirtday 1I:M AM. CemUL CHURCH OF cmisT MM ROOSSVELT RD., RBOUNOS Tn-m\ or TfMTO SORCERY DuPont 501 NYLON A MASLAND MATCHMATE BROADLOOM SORLtSf hos been especioliy ityled by Majlond to odd lo fomil/ prid* in lh« home by creoting the eiceptionol in corpet beouty, color ond texture. Here ore SORCERY'S decorating feotum: THE SURFACE: Highly textured, shaggy, multi-toned pile I'/i inches deep . . . perfect for the straight line of modern or the strong xole ond design of Spanish styling. Especioliy designed to please the young^t.heort. THE CONSTRUCTION: Creoted of DuPont JOI Nylon and double jute backed for stability by focMui C. H. /Watlond t Sons. SORCERY is a modern carpet yet with a hond crafted look. Its tousled pile is not only strong but lovely to look at . . . delightful to lin with and of course completely resistant to moths. THE COLORS: A coloromo of deep-dyed due and mono toned effects. Romantic as the Cosboh yel fashionably modern. A wide choice that must b« seen. THE VALUE: Sensotionol. Here for th« young hememoker is o carpet that U styled right . . . woven right. . . cnoted from the finest corpet nylon . . . truly a symbol of modem carpet beauty. THE PRICE: A regulor 10.95 nluo now for a limited line at this lew sole price. Nothing down, op to three yean to pay. Truly on outstanding value. NOW 8 !l 'STLSON HALES 128 E. STATE REDUNDS 793-5445 VAUDATfO PARKING FREI OillVlftV OPiM

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