Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 13, 1959 · Page 2
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Redlands Daily Facts 2 - Friday, Mar. 13,195? Jr. Clubwomen Lay Plans For Hat Fashion Show With Easter just around the corner, hats are now taking their| traditional place in the fashion spotlight. Junior Clubwomen of the Contemporary Club, aware of the feminine interest in the subject of "Easter bonnets," have arranged a showing of the latest styles in spring millinery as a ways and means benefit. They have set March 23 as the date for this event which will be combined with a dessert-card pariy to complete the evening. Hats from the Harris Company will be modeled, beginning at 8 o'clock, and the public is invited to be present Reservations are being taken now by Mrs. Walter Sowell, telephone PV 2-5488: .Mrs. Chresten Knudsen. PY 3-489S, and Mrs. Dean Currier. PY 2-3212. They may be made anytime between now and March 20. DICK POWELL HOSPITALIZED SANTA MONICA, Calif. tUPD —Dick Powell, teen-age crooning idol of the 1930s turned actor and director, was in St. John's Hospital today for treatment of bronchitis. The 54-year-old Powell, husband of actress June Allyson, was reported in very satisfactory condition after being hospitalized Wednesday. Doctors said he would be released in a few days. Q—The bidding has been: North East South West 2 * Pass 3 * Pass 4* Pass ? You, South, hold: «Q86 VA1076 «Q53 +142 What do you do? A—Pass. Your partner has opened wish a two bid but it not trying for a slam and you should not eo any farther. TODAY'S QUESTION' Instead of bidding four spades your partner has rebid to four diamonds. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow FRIDAY THE 13th WONT BE YOUR UNLUCKY DAY IF you stirt losing extra pounds — right away Valley Slim & Trim Salon 35123 Ave. B Yucaipa pciettf MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Congregational Women To Convene At Redlands Church Next Week Dr. Gerald Larue, associate professor in the graduate school of religion at U.S.C., will be the principal speaker next Tuesday morning when the Fellowship of Congregational Women of Southern California and the Southwest convene in Redlands. The First Congregational church will be the scene of this 71st annual meeting to be attended by representatives of 164 churches. The convention will open at 9: IS a.m. Tuesday and will continue until noon Wednesday with morning, afternoon and evening sessions scheduled. Dr. Larue, a native of Alberta, Canada, received his B.A. and B.D. degrees from the University of Alberta and his Testamur from St. Stephen's college, the United Church of Canada Seminary i n the University of Alberta. As a pastor of the United Church, he served parishes in the far North and in Edmonton, Alberta, before coming to the U.S. for graduate study. Dr. Larue earned his Th. D. degree at the Pacific School of Re- jligion in "Berkeley and taught there and in the Church Divinity School of the Pacific (Episcopal) at Berkeley. For the past five years he [has served on the executive staff of the National Council of Churches. He has visited hundreds of communities lecturing in the field of Bible, introducing Bible programs and meeting with pastors and laity. Since coming to this country. Dr. Larue has become a pastor of the United Church of Christ (Con gregational). Wednesday Nite Bridge Results Six tables were filled for play in the Wednesday Nite Bridge club session at the YMCA. The Howell movement was employed. Winners were Mrs. Arietta Currie and Mrs. Richard Bollinger, first; Mrs. Paul Jones and Mrs. Billie Anton, second; Mrs. Edward Schindler and Mrs. David Kime. third; and Mrs. Myrtle Wilson and Wilson Fields, fourth. A regular game is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. next Wednesday at the YMCA and • Masterpoint play is on the calendar for March 25. SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad Mattress and Upholstery Needs & Repairs — BANNER Mattress & Upholstery 1M Caion PY J-5S31 DR. GERALD LARUE We, the Women By Ruth "How could a man just walk out on a wife and three children the way Joe did?" the women asked each other. 'As far as the friends of the wife were concerned it was a complete mystery — and Joe was an out-and-out scoundrel. But then a man had the temerity to speak up. "I'm not defend ing Joe," he said. "But if you want to understand why he walked out — you women had better consider the whole picture. "Sure, Jane was a good mother — if you call making her children's happiness her whole life being a good mother. But what place was there for Joe? The house was always a mess — with the kids finger painting in the living room, the kitchen a shambles and dust on everything. "Why you couldn't even sit down in a chair without moving the junk on it to another chair. There wasn't a corner or a cubby hole in that house where a man could sit down in peace and quiet. "It would have driven me crazy in less time than it took Joe to get'fed up. So while I'm not say ing he should have run out on his family, I am saying his wife and children didn't make any room for him in his own home or in their lives. "All Joe was expected to do was bring home a pay check every week, and not interfere with what- Mentone Woman's Club Marks Conservation Day Conservation day was recognized by Mentone Clubwomen at their luncheon meeting this week. The program, a color picture with sound entitled "Let's Keep America Beautiful", was presented by K.W. Ncwcrf, representative of the public relations department of the Richfield Oil Company. His assistant was Art Josken. Mrs. Herbert M. Yates, chairman of conservation for both the local club and the district, gave a thought for the day in keeping with the day's theme. Preceding the program, which followed a 12:30 luncheon, Mrs. George Hewey led the gronp iri singing and also, presented a vocal solo, ac- companicd by Mrs. Phoebe James. Luncheon hostesses were Mmes. R.E. Sams, A!E. Cosby, Robert Langston and Henry Beycrl. St. Patrick's Day was noted in decorations. Mrs. Frank Miller, art chairman, had on display some of her original oil paintings and some by Mrs. S.C. Metzker. Two new members were welcomed during the morning business session, Mrs. Everett D Phelps and Mrs. Verne Burnett. Elected to the nominating com mittee were Mmes. Lewis McKcc H.H. Constant and Robert C. Langston. Alternates are Mmes Charles A. Stanley, A.J. McV'ick- cr and David S. Roberts. Mrs. Clarence E. Reimcrs, pros ident, announced that the club re ceived a second place award al the district's third birthday party in San Bernardino. It was for a table arrangement of a child'!birthday party made by Mrs Yates. A food sale, with Mrs. Yates as chairman, was planned for March 21, the location to be announced later. Assisting Mrs Yates will be Mmes. Dale McKec, Frank Miller and Everett D. Phelps. Guests at this week's meeting we r e Mrs. Edwin Wagner and Mrs. Dorothy Moore. Lucerne Valley; Mrs. Olcn Riegel and Mrs Metzker, Redlands; and Mrs. M Clemens and Mrs. Milton Updike, Mentone. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appli ances will find a ready market •Jirough Classified Ads. Alpha Sigma Pi Sorority Notes 45th Birthday One hundred and twenty-three members of Alpha Sigma Pi sorority, including some from as far awSy as Arizona, met recently at the Stuft Shirt in Upland to celebrate the sorority's 45th birthday. Tables were decorated with abstract pastel wax sculptures and camellias. After luncheon, the actives from the University of Redlands were introduced and sang for the group. Their, Barbara Weaver, gave a report of sorority activities, received from the alumnae chapters a birthday gift, and was advised of a substantial addition to the sorority loan fund. The celebration was concluded with the singing of prize-winning sorority songs. Alumnae from Redlands attending this annual luncheon from Redlands were Mmes. William Gregory, Jack Ctimmings, John Bruck- nrt, Robert Covington, Ray Schall, Robert Rfgney, Howard Ranncy, Earl Minnick, Ray Chapman, Sanford Guntcr. Mmes. William Nance, Monte Music Teachers Prepare Events Reservations for the Tri-branch 10th year recital in San Bernardino are* requested to be in by the end of March, according to the announcement made Wednesday morning at the meeting of Redlands Music Teachers Association. Vera Van Loan, 127 Church ftrect, was hostess for the meeting. April 25 is the date set for the Silver Tea in the tea room of the Contemporary club. Examinations for music students receiving certificates will be conducted May 9 at the First Congregational church. Miss Van Loan played the "Da- vidsbundlertanze" opus 6 by Schumann for the program of the morning. Present were Helen Daun, Margaret Eneroth. Marilyn Sage, Myrtle Evans. Elizabeth Voellmy, Mary Evelyn Golz. Gwladys Pugh, Lois La Bonte, Olive McLeod, Vera Bcatty and the hostess. Hedman, Charles Hunt, Elsie Severns, John Bolson, S. Guy Jones. William Klausner, Paul Ulmer, Robert Morlan; and the Misses Mary Clark and Olive McNeil. RHS Class Of 1939 Seeks Addresses Of Missing Alumni In order to contact all mem bers of the Redlands High school class of 1939 with notification of the planned 20-year reunion address information is beinj sought by reunion committee plan ners. Current addresses of many alumni are needed and informa tion may be submitted to Rose Waite Abbott, 725 Roosevelt road, PY 3-5791; Rita Hentschke Camp bell, 1003 La Cresta, PY 3-4410, or B. W. Perry. P.O. Box 150, PY 3-2814. Missing alumni are Chloe Anderson, David Anderson, Jeanne Andre, Katy Andre, Albert. Ar- belhidc, Ray Arnold, Frank Bawden, Bob Beard, Bill Beaver, Henrietta Boss, Miriam Bouma, Ruth Mouma. Marjorie Brumagin, Paul Campbell, Russell Carlson, Evelyn Coe, Ed W. Davis, Marian Davis, Esther Dean, Josephine De Priest, Arnold Dughman, Dorothy Duke, Ruby Duke. Lester Finlay, Ellis Foster, Esther Freeman, Alice Garland, Haro!d Girton. Bob Glasgow, Ruth Grant, Nellie Gray, Ernest Green, Eileen Gritten, Bill Gunning, Dorothy Hall, Jackie Hazeldine, Emydic Hernandez, Virginia Hinson, Ellwood Holbrook. Pauline Holdren, James Hosking, Mary Louise Howard, Evelyn Huntington, Betty Johnson, Elcta Kelcy, Mary Evelyn Kelsey, Hilda Kimm, Eloise Kissler James Lawson, Kenneth Lee, Joe Ed Little, Rose Long, Barbara McCollough, Kenneth Moore, Milton Moore, Esther Munoz, Mary Ellen Murray, Mildred Neel- cy, Dan Ne.';on, Roy Nelson, James Nicholson, Jeannette Nymeyer, Simon a Padilla. Joyce Parker, Don Parrish, Noel Phoenix. Frances Rea Ragin, Bub Robbins, Shirley Rockhold, Joan Rose, Eleanor Ruiz, Robert S>nd<>""<i, James Shugart, Leonard Smith, Jack Stroud, Ferdinand Sturtevant. Edith Taylor, Mary Trame, Richard Trame, Robert Trujillo, Ruth Viss. Ruth White, Bob Wfl- liar.".% Grace Wilson, Grace Witham, Blanche Womack, Charlotte Wright and Alice Zerkle. The reunion date is set for June 6 in the "Orange Blossom" room at the National Orange Show. Sell Your Old Furniture Thru Facts Classified Ads ever Jane thought was best for the kids. Maybe that's a woman's idea of what a marriage should be, but I can tell you it isn't any man's idea of marriage, home and family." I have to report that every wife present looked shocked by this crack in the picture window as pointed.out by a man. If they had noticed it . themselves, it apparently hadn't seemed too important. That's why it's well for women to listen attentively when men voice their opinions on marriage. There are two sides to any broken marriage — but women tend to see only the woman's side Try Your Luck Saturday! Open the Treasure Chest with one of the LUCKY KEYS and WIN A PAIR of U.S. KEDETTES of your choice No obligation whatsoever Miss Bertha O'Neill MISS REDLANDS '59 IS "MISS KEDETTE" who will be in downtown Redlands giving, Free Keys all day Saturday. Take your key to Gabriel Bros, and see if it will open the Treasure Chest. Fair flotf»r»n, with a graceful line and truly foot- hugging support A light, flexible wedge—with soft braid straps in smart color combinations. Step into Summer fun in these cool, cool, comfortable U. S. KEDETTES. THE WASHABLE CASUALS Beau Geste in Blue or Pink Flonl SALTV'S the Darling of the Fleet—trim of jib and saucy in style. Cool, comfortable poplin uppers in dashing colors, with a pointed toe set off by a jaunty nautical- stripped dickey. Flex-a-cork outseies. Medium and narrow widths. $3.98 Beau Gtste in Solid Red, Black or Whit* GABRIEL BROS. 27 East State •family Shoes Optn Friday Nights Til 9:00 Phon* PY 3-3702 Glenhaven Suits You ... to Perfection in Featherweight Tropicrisp Perfect for Easter . . . the neatly styled unlined suit by Glenhaven . . . subtly shaped in Tropicrisp, a rayon and acetate blend. Soft touch in the bloused-back jacket and a dash of. white pique under- collar. In navy, beige or blue. Sizes 10 to 20, 12'/ 2 to 221/2. WOMEN'S SUITS — 2nd FLOOR The New Look in Tempra Bags by Theodor The new look in hand bags is the soft 'look. Softly pleated or shirred bags to give the look of femininity to Spring. Made of Tempra, a man made miracle fabric, by Theodor's master craftsmen. Simply wipe with a damp cloth and it's immaculate. HANDBAGS — STREET FLOOR '4 .yaw

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