Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 14, 1959 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Saturday, March 14, 1959
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pc let if MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor CLINIC BOOSTERS—Doing their share in the program to provide immunization for polio are these three members of Me ntone Junior Woman's club which is sponsoring a clinic Monday at Mentone school. Left to right are Mrs. Don Kuhns, Mrs. Robert Lehmann and Mrs. Don Ferguson. People of all ages are invited to take this opportunity to start or complete the series of shots. Polio Clinic At Mentone School Monday Available To Everyone Available for young and o 1 d alike in the Redlands area is a special Polio Clinic scheduled for Monday from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Mentone school. Sponsored by Mentone Junior Woman's club, the clinic will offer the complete series of shots. A second shot will be given in about three weeks and the final one about seven months later. Those who need booster or other shots to complete a series already started may obtain them at this time too, according to Mrs. John Jackson, general chairman for the project. Children must be accompanied by a parent and teenagers must have a signed permission slip. Mrs. Jackson announces. Dr. D. X Rothenberger will ad- Foreign Students On BPW Program Two foreign students from the University of Piedlands were on the program sponsored by the international relations committee oi B.P.W. this week at the club's dinner meeting at the Y.W.C.A. Anna Marie Fegundo from the Canary Islands and Paola Sensi- Isolani. native of Italy, were the two speakers, giving accounts of various conditions, customs and educational programs in their countries. Jessie Vawter headed the committee planning the program. She was assisted by Flossie Browning, Alice Mackrell, Olive Spoor and Valerie Stone. Also on the program was Mrs. Blanche Reese who showed the pictures she took during her recent trip to Russia. Several representatives of t h e club plan to attend the San Bernardino County Council meeting tomorrow at Twenty-nine Palms. They will meet in the Facts parking lot in time to leave promptly at 10:30 a.m. minister the vaccine. He will be assisted by volunteer nurses from the Nurses Association. Mmes. Gertrude Meier, Marie Welch and Joann Follett. A fee of one dollar will be charged to cover the cost of the serum. Mrs. Wayne Mishak and other Mentone Juniors will handle the registration. Committee workers have included Mrs. Steve Hovanas. nurses; Mrs. Robert Lehmann. workers, and Mmes. Don Ferguson. Don Kuhns and Warren Clingman. publicity. Who Has o Bhthiay MARCH 15 — John Clark Fred Candelaria Richard Stith II Elmer Gray Andy Smith F. Dale Picklt Walker Smith III Adam Biernot T. Somen Richard Geiger Charles Pieksma Doug Crawford J. J. Lang Frank J. Burris Elwyn Sprague James Hutehins MARCH 16 — Forrest Mack Dean Garvey Richard Koen Frank Hall Tommy Kime Phillip Schott A. H. Romero A. E. McMahon Tom Hampton G. I. Mclntyre Irwin Pieksma Bruce Wilson Frank Lemon William Gebbie Norbert Koest Albert C. Myers Will Fowler Robert Arthur George Penny Dr. Alan S. Porter Happy Birthday from 11 E. Stat* Ph. PY 3-2505 May Fellowship Discussed By U.C.W. Board United Church Women's executive board met at the First Methodist church this week a t which time Mrs. Rex Vincent chairman for the May Fellowship told of plans being made for this May first event at University Methodist church. Speaker at that time will be Ataloa, Indian princess, who will tell of the work now being done among American Indians. Miss Elizabeth Hidden announced an open board meeting of the board of managers of United Church Women of Southern Cali fornia-Southern Nevada March 16 at El Monte First Methodist church beginning at 10 a.m. group from Redlands Council plans to attend. As chairman of Area 9. Miss Hidden also announced a leader ship institute for April 14 at I a.m. at the Redlands First Pres byterian church. This is essentially a training program for officers of U.C.W., she said. Other com munities in Area 9 are River side. Banning, Beaumont and nearby towns. Mentone Juniors Invite Public To Card Party Final plans for their benefit card party were made by Mentone Ju j nior Clubwomen at their meeting this week. The will be March 20 in the woman's clubhouse from 8 to 11 p.m., according to Mrs Dee Jessop, ways and means chairman. Everyone is invited and there will be numerous prizes. Re freshments will be served by the hostesses of the evening. Contributions were voted to the San Gorgonio Search and Rescue team, the "Dollar a Scholar" project to purchase school kits for the children in. Hong Kong and Viet- Nam. and to the district's philanthropy project, the House of Unlimited Opportunities in San Bernardino. Mrs. Jessop was elected chairman of the nominating committee, assisted by Mrs. Steve Ho vanas and- Mrs. Robert Lehmann The procram was presented by K. W. Newcrf of Richfield Oil Corp. He spoke on conservation and the litterbug problem. A colored film. "Let's Keep America Beautiful", was shown. ! Guests for the evening were Mmes. Bill Jacinto. Earl Sams, and Henry Clark, the latter two advisors. Hostesses were M r s Bernard Alexander and Mrs Wayne Mishak. OPEN SUNDAY 9:30 'til 1:30 P.M. 3 to 7 P.M. Open Doily 8 A.M. 'til 9 P.M. mam*) J55a» MMMSIJ Prescription PhannacUU 14 E. Stat* — Redlands School Youth Take Over For Franklin PTA F r a n k 1 in P.T.A. observed "Youth Night" 'at its meeting in the school auditorium this week. Hannah Hone and Jon Ball sen ed as mistress and master of ceremonies. The Brownie troops under direction of Mrs. Glen Beemer, sang three songs. A pantomime skit was cleverly acted out by Wendy Gaston, Susan Brickell. Susan Hunter and Cindy Clous to the new record, "Alvin'sj Harmonica". Cub Scoutmaster Bill Pinder in troduced committeemen and Den mothers in his area. The Cubs then sang "I Have a Dear Old Father", directed by Mrs. Pinder. The projection crew which has served under supervision of Bob Blank, were introduced by Tom Ricker. On the sixth grade crew are Jon Ball, chairman: Cindy Cloud, assistant; Tom Ricker, Susan Bruckart. Terry Gaston, Lenore Legg, Patty Everett. Pat McGraw and Timmy Rochford. Fifth grade trainees are K a t h y Ricker, Shaaron Coleman, Lynn Orwig, Barbara Harder, Jimmy Breihan. James Burnett, Mike Mil ler. Tommy Higginbothom, Steve Ziser. Greg Woods, Steve Burley and Don Griffitts. Franklin "alumni", Don Gaston, David Hoyt and Gayle Thomas as "The Three Stooges", present-] ed an amusing skit. Girl Scout Troops 92 and 65 closed the program with a group of songs and] were joined by the audience in their final number. "Taps". The P.T.A. provided treats for all the youngsters after the program. Guides for the evening were Jan el Karper. Vicki Maatman, Brenda Sisti, Sandra Murdy, Shaaron Coleman. Janet Royce, Virginia Roberts and Patty Everett. CD.A. Court To Initiate Class Of 16 Members Arrangements for initiation of a class of 16 new members were made this week when Catholic Daughters of America. Court Our Lady of Lourdes, met in Sacred Heart church parish hall. The ceremony will be conduct ed March 31 at 8 p.m. in the hall. The Court will sponsor a rum mage sale March 19-21 at the former Green Stamp store loca tion on Fifth street. Mrs. Rocco Posco, sale chairman, and Mrs Leon Simpson, grand regent of the Court, will be glad to receive contributions of articles for the sale. Rev. Joseph Snoj, Court chap- Man. gave a short talk during the meeting. Mrs. Isabel Furtado announced that items made by the boys at Boys Town of the Desert in Banning were still available and obtainable from her. Proceeds help with the educational program at the school. Mrs. Simpson, grand regent, will represent the Court 'at the 18th biennial California state conference in Fresno May 21-24. Mass at St. John's Cathedral will open each daily session. A trip to Yosemite is scheduled for the 22nd and a banquet will highlight the Saturday evening program. Insti tution of Junior Court No. 49 will be a main feature of the closing session. Barbara Weers, William Kelly To Head Shrine Elected to office at this week's] meeting of Redlands White Shrine in Masonic Temple were] Barbara Weers, worthy highj priestess, and William J. Kelly, watchman of shepherds. To serve with them are Marea Shaw, noble prophetess; Marvin Tilden, associate watchman of shepherds: Florence Sandefur, scribe; Alice Watkins. treasurer; Edna Kelly, chaplain: Dorothy Anderson, shepherdess, and Gladdis Schoolcraft, guide. i All will be installed April 8 Practice is set for April 5. Escorted and honored during the evening were Ann Blackhurst. district chairman of material objectives: Ruth Wigam. district deputy; past W.H.Ps and past W.O.S.s Alice Shaw and Elizabeth Beck, Mt. Rubidoux Shrine: Florence Sandefur. Vera Mae Crirn, Dai Aubuchon, Redlands Shrine James Tarpley. Damascus Shrine; Joshua West. Merle Doolittle, Jim Wigam. Ramona Shrine; Ira Sandefur, H e y w o o d Watkins and Marvin Tilden, Red lands Shrine. A covered dish dinner preceded the meeting. On the committee were Lai la Rettig, Unity Pouncey, Bess Miley. Ruth Layer and Ray Zimmer. Popular Speaker Returns Monday To Woman's Club Contemporary Club members who remember the appearance two years ago of Barbara Stickney Smith are anticipating her return to the platform next Monday afternoon. From her extensive collection of valuable porcelain. Mrs. Smith will display many cups and sau cers which formerly belonged to] royalty in Europe. Rarity is the chief element in the value of porcelain, according to Mrs. Smith. Beauty and old ncss follow closely. The romantic history of this ware has been carefully studied by the speaker who imparts this knowledge in a personable and entertaining manner to her audiences.' Redlands Daily Facts Saturday, Mar. 14, 1959 - 3 Glamorize green beans by serving with herb mayonnaise. Add a little dill and rosemary and a dash of lime or lemon juice to mayonnaise, blend and serve. BARBARA STICKNEY SMITH MOTHERS CLUB MEETING MONDAY Sacred Heart school's Mothers club has changed the day of meeting from Tuesday to Monday at 12:30 p.m. in the school hall. It will feature a business session and salad notluck luncheon. All mothers of children attending the school are invited and asked to bring their favorite salad and table service for the luncheon. A nursery for pre-schoolers will be provided. Penny Pines Plantation Project Open Because of the enthusiastic response to the Penny Pines Plantation project, announced two weeks ago by Mrs. Al J. Capo, director of District 11, California Garden clubs Inc., a second project has been started. Among organizations responding to the first appeal were Ca'.i- mesa Community club, Inter- Counties Garden club and Yu caipa Horticultural Society. The full amount of S68 for one plantation was over-subscribed before all clubs Had an opportunity to contribute. This indicated the advisability of establishing a second. Penny Pines Plantations are planned as a re-forestration program for burned-over areas. Clubs or individuals wishing to contribute to the project may contact Mrs. Capo. 35832 Avenue H. \ucaipa, telephone PY 74375. Newcomers Slate Crazy Hat Show A "Crazy Hat Show" is scheduled for Redlands Newcomers for their meeting Monday evening at 7:30 in the Y.W.C.A. activities building. This is a do-it-yourself project and audience participation affair. Members will make or "build" their own hats, as well as model them. Prizes will be awarded the funniest ana " the prettiest hats. Hostesses for the evening will be a group of the club's alumnae: Mmes. Heinrich Schupposser, president. John Fletcher. Charles Hickox, George Cloud, John Socket!, Robert Grizzell, and Virgil Rhoads. New residents of the Redlands area are invited to attend the meeting, with or without crazy hats. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Girl Scouts® Newst Q—The bidding has been: North East Sooth West 2 A Pass 3 * Pass 4 • Pass ? You, South, hold: a>Q86 VA107S 4>QS3 +842 What do you do? A—Bid four hearts. Tour partner should be entitled to know about the heart aee since he apparently is inviting* slant action. TODAY'S QUESTION Your-partner continues with a bid of four spades. What do you do now? Answer Maoaar (Ed. note—Troop activities oi Girl Scouts and Brownies should be submitted promptly to' Girl Scout headquarters where it will be consolidated weekly fir publication. Only activities of the current week will be considered for the Girl Scout column.) Kingsbury-Kimberly Girl Scout activities in Redlands this week included a father-daughter dinner for the Kingsbury-Kim berly neighborhood in the base­ ment'of the Elks club. Decorations included a gold fan with merit badges, fern and stocks. The head tabic held an Our Chalet" birthday bank, lat er passed around for contribu tions to the Juliette Lowe world friendship fund. The program included dances by the Vera Lynn dancers, accordion selections by Sharon Van Sickle and a puppet show. Marilyn Johnson led the group singing and Julian Blakely served as master of ceremonies. Guests of honor were Schuyler Phillips, principal of Kimberly school, and Dr. Austin We 1 c h Prizes went to Wilbur Vroman for being in Scouting the long est; Tom Burton for bringing the most girls; Don Van Sickle for being the youngest father; and Stuart Power for coming the greatest distance. McKinlay Neighborhood McKinley intermediate Troop 86 visited Newell Nurseries this week where Mr. Newell identified for them many plants and explained how they could be identified by flower or leaf. In the group were Bonnie Beckley, Patty Fairbanks, Greta and Tina Nance, Vicki Lillibridge, Pamela Neel, Linda Woods, Linda Ruff, Connie Shoemaker, Bonnie Mulder. Sandra Lane. Renee Van Diest and Ruth Dempsey. They were accompanied by Mrs. George Ruff, leader, Mrs. Nor bert Dempsey and Mrs. Robert Beckley. Smiley Neighborhood Smiley Brownies and Intermc diate Scouts had a potluck father- daughter dinner in Cope Junior High school's cafetorium. 225 fathers and daughters attended. Troop 5 presented the entertain ment of the evening in the form of Early American songs and folk dancing. Assisting with the arrangements for the evening were Mmes. John Jones, William Gibson, Robert West, Han Zullig. Johnson. John Creatura. East. Lanford, Harold Davis. Edwin Banta Jr., Daniel Larsen and Arlon Helms. Kingsbury P.T.A. Elects Officers Kingsbury PTA elected Mrs. A S. Horton Jr., president for the coming year at their unit meeting recently. Other officers will be: Mrs. William Hilley, first vice president; Mrs. M. N. Estridge vice-president; Mrs. Harry Myers, recording secretary, M r s. Paul Curran, treasurer; Eugene Johnson, auditor; and Mrs. Tom Burton, parliamentarian. Fourth graders taking part in a historical drama were Cynthia Ford, Susan Macartney, Benita Cray, Danny Talley, Bob Valkenberg, Joyce Bonner, Anita Jim inez. Bill • .Morris, Christopher Hill, Joanne Kruse, Joe Crena, Steven Kocherhans. Carolyn Hen sen and Sharon Habekost. Mrs. Donna Richards directed. A spirited discussion of the problems of young people and parents took place between fathers Wilbur Vroman, Tom Burton and Don Stoker, and fifth and sixth graders Joan Gardner. Kenny Urn- bach. Vicki Boxall. Shirley Kubn, Steve Hauser and Dorrie Whitlock. Parents are urged to send used books to the Book Fair which will be held April 15. with Miss Harriet Huntington, authoress of nature books, in attendance. Our Special Easter Collection From our outstanding millinery collection, an individually selected presentation of fashion. Dashing skimmers, cloches, bretons and elegant florals. Many colors and styles to adorn your Easter finery$|498 Perfect for Town or Travel Go - Every where Costume Short jackets over understated dresses form the basis for your active day and after five life. A grand sum of pure flattery this Spring. Both styles in master sheer (acetate and rayon) fabric. Dresses and jackets lined in taffeta. Sizes 10 to 18 in navy. $2595 For luncheon through dinner . . . taffeta trimmed spilt level top dress and jacket All through the day . . . lightly lifted waistline with bow drape front. Jacket with a fresh detachable linen collar. WOMEN'S DRESSES — 2nd FLOOR — HARRIS*

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