6 - Tuttdoy, ffliDiiy JOSCPBINX BEAY taut Espinozos are hosts fo visiting 'Bomberos at farewell dinner in communities o( the Inland Empire. Five were billeted with the Redlands Fire department Durms tbeir wedc in tliis area, the men studied modem techniques and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Espinoza, les North Orange street, iiaaored visiting 1>oml)eros", Bremen bom Mexico, at a recent dinner party attended by I friends and idatives of the host! fire fightltae and hostess. equipment Mr. EsjHnoza is employed by Tbie Espinozas took tlidr ' the Muscoy Fire Department'guests on many sightseeing trips i where four of the visitors fromjduring their visit and the dinner jObregon in the state of Sonora.lparty was in the form of a ! Mexico, liave been %TSJting. They i "farewell" for the men who left are among a group of six Obre-j Saturday morning to return gon firemen, who. with their | home. chief, have been guests in this] As an expression of their ap- area. Four have been with thej preciation to the Espinozas, the! j Muscoy department while two Obregon firemen presented their i oUiers and the chief have been!department badge to them as a| with the Rialto Fire Department, memento of their visit They . There were 127 m the Mexico left a similar badge with the; I group, including 13 chiefs, as-'Muscoy Fire Department on signed to various departments, their departure. c >A/^HC cAop/er Cobles to be meeting set for tomorrow HOME CONCERT PLANNED — Prac icing for their Friday evening performance are soloists with the University o" Redlands Concert Choir Nick Miller, at the piano; Don Brinegar, Lindiwe Maseko, Jeffrey Conlas, Dreda Evans and Sterling Griffin, from left The Choir will present a local concert following a five-day tour throtighout Southern California with Director Erwin Ruff. The public is invited without charge. The program will include sacred and secular songs, modem contemporary works, folk songs and spirituals, ending with highlights from the Broadway musical, "South Pacific." HiTri'slaves' to be workers on Saturday Many odd jobs; waiting for months to be taken care of; an afternoon out with aamrance of obtaining the services ol a babysitter; a pile of laundered itemi waiting for ircaing. The Hi-TH giris have the solution to many such problems. Tbey have scheduled a "Slava Day" for Saturday when they win be avaaable t» residenU of the community to perform a variety of tasks from light house- woiic to lawn work and fence oainting. They will ask $1.50 an hour for th«r services and all oroceeds will go into the Hi-Tri treasury to help sponsor community projects. The girls will accept jots by the hour or day. Their services may be reouested by contact- i ing Mrs. Christy Minder, 793-t830, or Mrs. >Tanc" V--, i 792-0788 on or before Friday. honored at Sunday tea ' White Shrine to hear 'Skylarks' ' Redlands White Shrine will observe Charter Members .Night iat its meeting tomorrow in the Masonic temple. Entertainment steel \riU be by "The Skylarks." • Honoring Mr. and Mrs. Roy MR. AND MRS. ROBBiT BYRON EISENHOWER Former resident Yolanda Vilchis is bride in Chino church ceremony Dr. Maxine Smith will speak: on reading disabilities at the. Wednesday evening meeting ofj the Redlands-Yucaipa chapter,!Coblc, Redlands YMCA an-i jCANHC, scheduled for the Ti^-r»imc^ a reception plamied fori lands School Board room. Or- . . , . . ange and Lugonia. Dr. Smith. from 2 to 4 p.m. at the, curriculum consultant for the Association buildmg. San BemardhM t^ounty schools.' The YMCA board of directors jhas been concerned in programs-will be hosts for a tea marking :for the educationally handi-jthe oOicial retirement of ifr. j capped. She also teaches classes j Coble wiio has served as for the University of California secretary of the Redlands Y&ICA I Extension. Mrs. Rosemary for 40 years. Rhodes, program chairman, Mrs. Robert Schulze Is chair-. ^^A-u^ -e^^^^v \n\ <=~4 nni»ryx Vnnix nf B«i ^^^^ Dr. Smith Will dis- man of the arrangements com-' Mr. and Mrs. Fernando E. V";:^ Mor^ Mo«te of R^^^ „^ ^ ^ ^ chis of Pomona, formerly of^; work concerning dukJren with aid Leonard, Mrs. William Um-, Redlands. amiounce the mar-; ^ the bridegroom wading problems. bach and Mrs. Paul Gerrard. j riage of their daughter, Yolanda !„.as Daniel E. Wehrely of Ohio. 1^'^ chapter nommating com- , Linda, to Robert Byron Eisen-; Ushers were David Ladesma «?s>s«i«>S,^of *'""!v^,.L D .-L I hower. son of Mr. and Mrs. and Jimmv Poole. Master An- i ""'"l^*- G*««.„ Cwpn-ffnd UUD KaCK hdS Robert F. Eisenhower of Pomo- thony M. VilcUs was ring bear-••f"" A"^'P'«*f'\? I Jt..... na. ,er. of nommees for the elections to aRRUal dinner The nuptials were performed! Organist for the ceremony was held on March 26. .„u,uj-. in St Margaret's CathoUcI Mrs. Gertrude McMastcrs and V.cc Presricnt Don Eichman Cub Scout Pack 1 had its a^^ church in Chino at 10 o'clock on Mrs. James Millsap was heani brief the chapter on plans nual Blue and Gold dmner last the morning of February 18. Mr. as soloist for the Physical EducaUon Clm- evening at Cope junior high: Vilchis accompanied his daugh -j The wedding recepUon was in "c at the University of Redlands. school. Among the guests were| ter to the altar. I the Vilchis home, after wiuch This Clinic, is scheduled to Schuyler Philips, principal erfi TTie bride was attended by her the newlyweds left for a week's start in March, is geared forlCope; Mrs. Mary Schilling, prin-' sister, Mary Lou. as maid of honeymoon in Santa Barbara, i children in the E. H. school pro-cipal of Mariposa elementary honor. Bridesmaids were Yolan- They are now at home at 1105 1 gram. school: John Johnson and Mr. da Rodriguez of Buena Paric North Park avenue in Pomona. President Murray Lippa an- and Mrs. Warren Stobaugh. nounccd that he will have avail- j Thanks were expressed to Mr. able appUeaUons for the CAN-;stobaugh for many years of HC Waldie Scholarships. These service to the Pack, to outgoing are available to California teach-commiUceman Paul Jorgensen., ers Ukmg courses in the 1969-70 to Mrs. Nancy Toralinson who school year to qualify as teach-,was in charge of the dmner Its "Up. Up and Away" —[informal discussion, will beers in the educationally handi-and Mrs. Dora Haggerty, puhli- Ihe theme of the Sixth Annual'"How docs your Assistecns Aux-icapped program. Also available city chairman for the Pack.^ Asskteens Assembly Saturfay .i -^^^f^^^TrS'^.'^^ sXy. "k^ qS y,^, S ^n 'S^I^ W ^jlS in the .^ahem Boon, group's activities, showing prpj- „aire has been^designedlo gath -,'Jr ,^^H '!ii't^'^ow7^^^ heim Convention Center, New-, ects. fund raismg. and fun acUv-er opmions and 'nformaUon:j^„jy Aus,j„ 3 „j Sam Trap- from parents to supplement the hagen w'ho received their Bear data collected by school dis- award. Cub Scout Leonard Rob- I Flinga-Tatlie ibattleships, have been used to Corporation. The circular ^ PHILADELPHIA (UPl) —forge the 50 million flanges fittmgs arc used in pipelines group sponsored by the Norton More than a billion pounds of i produced by the Pennsylvania and in the piping of chemical • Officers Wives club directed by steel, weighing as much as 10 1 Forge division of Chemetron nlants and power stations. Hazel Penn. Loco/ Assisteens to be among 600 at Saturday Assembly in Anaheim port Beach .Assisteens vvill beMties on posters which wiU be hostesses to over 600 represen-! displayed in the South labby . ^^^^ ^ tatives of 28 Assistecns Auxai-iDunng luncham an award wiU, ticts and the California Depart- ^^as given both a Gold and aries from New Mexico. Color-! be presented by Miss Sue Chap- ment of Education. a Silver Arrow ^th Us ^ ado. Washington, and California.! man to the Assisteens Auxihary; Refreshments wiU be served award AhighUghtoftheacUviUesof ^^^bjW^ TTie' evening was cUmaxed oofan'ge comity. ;^"Ll^™Te.L^'^irnX^^^^ Handicapped to be "Buzz Sesskms", plamied to cessfuUy completed Uieir P«ba-^^ ^^ university of Rcd- inv(rfte acUve participaUon aod,J^,F ^Lt„^,„^,,hi „\anis on Saturday. -Hiis con- J ^n ^?~J^ i^, .f'ference wiU be keynoted by Sr ^-t^'^^":;^- Valett director: II-J MI .. oiT^. Special EdcuaUon for the Sac- X^S^ly^ "««*««!raS, School District, and will UR Drama Trio to perform for Kimberly PTA ParenU and teachers of Kim-tenberg. Cindy Enarson, Susie •^^J'gi;^^"^";,; •^'^^^ consist of nine section meetuigs. Assistecns from the Ass.stance.p„r further information on League of Redlands attending ^ANHC. please write Redlands- Uiis assemb^ wiH be Lucy Bot- y j ^ANHC. P.O. Box 1044. POUY'S POINTERS rummage sale bcrly elementary school will see Fallows. Nancy Grip. Diana a sneak preview of a new U .R. : Hartwick. Gayie Losee. Bar- Drama Trio play as the feature] bara Sowell, Pam Stevenson. Su- DC A I L^„^ of the P.T.A. meeting tomorrowisK Winn, and Assisteens Coonlin-i l ^t ^L TO llaVe at 7:30 p.m. : ators Mrs. Joseph W. Enarsoa The new play is Albert John-' Mrs. Edgar F. Losee. son's "We Give You Gilbert and! Sullivan." a comedy based on the lives of the renowned British team which gave the world ki^iL^-. _^^X the famous. wiUy. and deUghtfiill IVIOTnerS meet Gilbert and Sullivan operettas. The production is under ifirec- titm ' the auuKir, emu a uic uisi. ui:. the Johnson Drama 'Mo iJays""^* to include music Intospersed throughout the action are manyl of the most popular of the Gil-! Gold Star Redlands chapter of American Gold SUr Iilothers enjoyed a "^^a^^ fi^ 5 social meeting recently «t the author, and is the first of^^^^ ^ j^^^^ ICghlaDd avenue. A rummagej sale m the near fiiture was dis-' cussed. Announcement was made of; bert and Sullivan songs. The snger-actors appearing in the new play ore KaQiy Logan, who. as narrator, plays diverse roles; Dave Vining, as W. S. Gilbert: and Brian Hiuley, who plays the gifted composer. Sir Arthur Sullivan. AH three were seen last wedc in the musical "Once Upon a Mattress" at the Umversify of Redlands Festival Theatre, vrhere Professor and Mrs. Johnson are the directors. ithe need at veterans' hospitals of used postage stamps, yam. buttons, and otiier items for nse m therapy work. Anyone with such materials may contact Jessie Sanders, 792-2745, or Oriska Bender, 794-1596. Present from Redlands itmes. Frederick W. Hoisb, I^da Sparks, Ruth Sargent, Emma Dotnbach and Sanders: from Ya- caipa were Mmes. Mamie Ln- By Polly Cramer \ DEAR POLLY — Mrs. R. D .l I B. shouM get one large picture* : frame for all of each chikl 's pic-j itures. The size will depend onj the mimbo- of pictures shel Redlands Educational Ad-thinks she will want in it Myi vancement League is sponsoring,'only child, a daughter, is now a| a rummage sale to raise funds nun and I had pictures of her for the yeariy scholarship fund. | all over the living room so that The sale win be heM m Brock-|,t looked like a picture gallery. Hall, comer of Brockton;-HKy started when she was a ton Hall, comer of and Texas streets, on Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Anyone hiterested in contributing elulliing. ttys, furatture, or other sale items may call Mrs. Isabd Alva at 792-7663. or Mrs. Danid Ramos at 79^3S20. Con- trtbutioas wSI help (o make this scholarship fund benefit a success. Public Invited ie PTA panel discussion Redlands high school PTA invites the commufflty to a pand discussion at its general meeting tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in Grace Mullen auditorium. The baby and went through school, beauty contests various stages her rdipous order until obtain ing her nun's habit You can Rebelcah Social club fo meet Sodal dub ofSaivhire Bebdc- ah lodge win meet tomorrow at 2 p jn. rnOi Hrs. Agnes Larscn, 1224 Magnolia street cas. MaNe Matthews and Edna-s«bjectshr discusaon wiU b« Palmer: from Mentone, Mrs. 83; Bender, and frwn Rh«»ide, ••e Damd « mwteator Student Pearl Etter. Gladys Van AnM««WiJ«tf-iUl* D««;ay- Ftoy EdmaadtoB and'?"'* George Aranoa. werp, Louise (Ndfaainen. The March 4 basinets meeting win begm at 1:30 p.m. the American Legkm haU. MBOCAN AND AMCRICAN POOff TONIGHT IS FAMILY NICHT FMtiiriria MJFFCT OINNIt OP MIXKAN A AMItlCAN OWES HwraS-9 CMUTMUMVUSIJI MM PHONE mma m m. ORMOB , tEouums JDave Sberrod. Tina Bamett and Betsy WUte with adult poodists Dr. John Bcukema, Jim Oaik and Lany Britten. SnbjeeU to discnssMB «m be •«(. datinfc aireatks. drialdBg and nnnst' Andieoce inrtid |MtiaB wffl be imagine what the pictures kwked like. A priest came to caU and. when he saw them, asked if he could make a suggestion. He said, "take aU those pictures out of the frames, get one large one and put them aH in it" I did and it is beautiful My living room is no kmger duttered as 111 of my favorite photographs are in one frame, with space left for some more. — MRS. R. K. Pdly't PraUwn DEAR POLLY - My kadwn liMlevm has hairline tcratche* on it. I was watrfeilwt if AafW b any way •f fMMvina them or cavtrinf NiMn up. - MARY DEAR POLLY - To save time in searching for an empty coat hanger, I pot the banger froiB vludi a ganncnC is r^ morad at the end of the clnttfi bar. — EOSALINE S%yoet Adelines rehearse tomorrow Tte loeal Citnis BliMsom diapler cl Sweet Addines, Inc. win idieane tomMrmr at 7 pjn. in the mnsie nun of Cope SCLL rr TOMORROW 1»h kMr-coit t DEAR GIRLS. - ara damp. Lat MMM *y «I • flat surface. - POLLY DEAR POLLY - In answer la Mabd's inqiiiiy concerning the deanhig of her idasUc-cov- cfad kitchen duin: I want to Idl her that I have used lighter flnid. - JOCELYN CAM DCDKJADniKJl" SAN BERNARDINO RIVERSIDE REDLANDS now, with stretch back and sides PLAYTEX Cool, sheer elastic back and sides plus famous "Cross-Your-Heart"* stretch between the cups, give you better support, separation, fit and comfort than you've ever known. Full lace cups, semi- stretch straps, 3.95. Half lace cups, stretch straps, 3.95. Shown: lace cups, stretch straps, $5. White, sizes 32A-42C. Notions, all stores. HARRIS' HAS Shop Harris' Monday and Friday 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
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