Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 17, 1959 · Page 2
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, March 17, 1959
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2 - Tuesday, Mar. 17, 1959 Redlands Daily Facts Crippled Children To Benefit From Tomorrow's "Good Skate" Day Louise L. lliii>lia\v of Redlands community director lor San Ber nardino County Crippled Children's Society, announces annual "Good Skate" day for tomorrow, beginning at 8 p.m. at Skateland, If East Vine street. Entire proceeds from the event RETIRED TEACHERS MEETING THURSDAY The .March meeting of Rcdlands- Yucaipa Retired Teachers c 1 u t will begin at 1- p.m. Thursday in the board room of Red'ands public schools Orange street and Lu- gonia avenue. Following dessert the afternoon will he s;x.nt with cards and other games. Members are invited to bring guests and to provide their ov.n cards and ;;;mes. Articles for the amenities table are requested. The Misses Ruth Foster and Ada K. Dietz are committee chairmen for the afternoon. go to the Society for Crippled; Jliiluren, says Airs, llinshaw. Tickets are on sale at Winn's Drug siore. Gail's, by Job's Daughters, members of the Skating club and at Skateland. The annual event, sponsored by the Society, is directed locally by Mr. and Mrs. Bud Stewart, managers ot Skateland. "The Society helps an average of 12 cliildren lrom this commu- J> > nity every year", says Mrs. Hinshaw in urging support for the project. She also reminds everyone of the t>stcr seals now in the homes and hopes donations will be re turned soon. "If you did not receive Easter seals in the mail". Mrs. Hinshaw states. "Address an envelope and mail your donation to the Crippled Children's Society, 360 "D" street, Sr.n Bernardino." octet if MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor SAVE WITH OUR LOW, LOW RATES Store with confidence in our safe, clean warehouse. REDLANDS VAN AND STORAGE 1254 Orange PY 3 -2881 Exdam-t Rtprtsrnlttlre for [ BENEFIT DINNER FOR MENTONE SCOUTHOUSH Stanley Reznicki. chairman of t Troop it) committee, announces plans for the annual ham dinner scheduled lor April 4 at Mentone school's cafeteria. Serving will continue from 3:30 to 8 p.m. Proceeds will be used for maintenance expenses of the Scouthouse used by both Boy and Girl Scout j units of the Mentone area. Dinner tickets may be ordered through Mr. Reznicki. telephone PY 4-1137. or Vernon McWilliains, PY 4-1459 Dedication Service To Highlight Congregational Women's Meeting MAKEfRIENOS 4w SKATING TOR MORE THAN" FUN — To help other children who are unable to enjoy the fun of skating, these two young experts will take part in "Good Skate" day tomorrow sponsored by the San Bernardino County Society for Crippled Children. Left is Kathleen Boyd. II 1 - years oid. daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. E. E. Boyd, 12 East Highland avenue. Her skating partner is James Rcaghard, also ll'/j. son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Reaghard, 21 Hastings street. Approximately 500 women of the Fellowship of Congregational Women of Southern California and the Southwest registered this morning for the 71st annual conference in Redlands. Tonight's program will incltid: a highlight of the two-day sessions, the dedication of the Worn an's Gift, led by Mrs. Donald II Frantz of Ontario climaxed by a communion service. The six member association bringing gifts are those of Ari zona. Kern, Los Angeles, New Mexico. El Paso, San Bernardino and San Diego. Receiving of gifts will be for Ryder Memorial Hospital's new wing in Humaco, Puerto Rico: the new parsonage, church, extension program n n d Casa Mia Settlement Center i n Italy. A musical prelude by Er win Ruff, organist, will begin at 7:45 p.m. before the 8 o'clock call to worship by Mrs. Louis AHeniey- er, chairman. Conference Women's Gift. Rev. Gerald Churchill, pastor of the host church, will give the communion meditation Boy Scouts of Troop 6, James Lee Clark, Scoutmaster, gave assistance today, directing t h e parking arrangements and issuing conference stickers to identify the cars of those attending the meetings. Sharing this responsibility a t various hours were Bill Adams. Craig Anderson. Jon Ball. Dave and Don Battersby, Don Bruckart. Tom and Ron Burton, Mike Cleaver. John Doyle, Tom Faught, Mike Fouch, Frank Grcenway III, Jim Ilaislip, Jonathan Hammer, Vandy Harper, Steven Hauscr. Don and John Lee Hillcy, Bruce and Kenneth Hinckley, Charles Ide, Bob Johnson, Bob Keith, Brent and Dick Kerr, John Konigsmark, Gary Kooiman, Dick Lichti Charles Marquiss, Gary McMenomy, Darrell McMichael, Bill Mellies, Kindy Miles. Nick Miller, Don Payne, Dick and Tony Power, Bill Rogers, Don Schall. Mike Sedano, Peter Ser fass. Hank Sherrod, Sieve Tharald son. Kenneth'L'mbach, Robert Walters, Robert Willhite. Fred Wright, Mike Zander, Mike Lou don. Noel Hollenbeck. Tim and Ted Doss. Scott Clav. Butch Jones, Sam and Jim Pattillo. Dandelion Club Plans Exhibit For Orange Show Mrs. Al J. Capo of Yucaipa chairman of therapy for the Dandelion Junior Garden club at Craf ton school, visited the cerebral palsy class recently. With the teacher. Mrs. Florence Ford, she helped the children plan to enter a miniature arrangement in the National Orange Show this year. Each child was asked to draw plans for the exhibit, and a vote would be taken to select the best for use. The garden will be 24 by 5ii inches and four inches deep. Made of galvanized iron, it was donated by Otto Vavra of Yucaipa Horticultural society for use of the children. Navy Mothers To Have Busy Month Redlands Navy Mothers vert reminded of several coming events when they met recently in the community room of S» curity-First National bank. Wednesday is the date for r meeting of the Officers club in San Bernardino, to include a potluck luncheon. Navy Mothers District council will be March 23 in Downey. A food sale and bazaar is slated for March 20 by the local club, to start at 9 a.m. at the Safeway store. A breakfast is planned for April 12 from 8:30 a.m. to noon at the Thomas Shannon home. East Colton avenue, to be a fundraising project. A communication was read from the Angel View hospital for crippled children telling of the need for terry cloth robes, sizesl Dunlap Acres Church Program Mrs. Lcona Robertson present* 3d the program for the Women'* Missionary Society of the Community church of Dunlap Acres during a recent meeting wh'di took the form of an Easter pro- ram. Mrs. Robertson spoka on the lift and ministry of Jesus Christ. Luncheon followed in the church annex with Mines. Isabella Hoskin, Clarence Charlton and Edwin Gregg as hostesses. three to six. The Navy Mothers group sent their monthly donation to this hospital. Dorothy Robertson and Hazel Eu banks were hostesses for the meeting. SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad R.N.A. CLUB TO 1 ASKS VETERAN PENSION 3EW THURSDAY j WASHINGTON <L 'P1' — Sen Palm club. Royal Neighbors of!Vance Hartke 'D-Ind.i has intro- When you receive a telephone]America, vjill meit Thursday adduced legislation to give World call, try "to sound pleased to bejl'30 p.n. with Mrs. Etta Robin-|War I veterans pensions of $100 talking" to the person who has son. 3i0 Eureka street. Winifred a month. Hartke said in a stale- callsd'you. | Webster is co-host ess for tile (lay.menl World War I veterans arc A listless "Oh. hello"' is boundl Each member is asked to bring; tile "forgotten men of our coun to make the person who telephoned wonder why he ever bothered. No. 50 while thread, needle, thim-'try." 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