Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 24, 1959 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, March 24, 1959
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MRS. FRED LEE ROBINSON Photo by Wm. Elmer Kinghara MISSION INN CHAPEL RITES UNITE DONNA LEE YOUNT, FRED L ROBINSON Standing before the altar of lovely St. Francis chapel in Riverside's Mission Inn Saturday evening. Donna Lee Yount of Redlands and Fred Lee Robinson of Santa Barbara were united in marriage by Rev. Boyce Van Osdel, pastor of Caivary Baptist church, San Bernardino. Two hundred guests were invited to the 5:30 o'clock ceremony at which time Mr. and Mrs. William Joseph Yount. 415 West Sunset drive, gave their daughter in marriage to the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson of Ventura. It was an all-white wedding with the bride's attendants, headed by her sister, Beverly, as maid of honor, wearing white silk organza dresses and the altar decorated with white stock and glad ioli. The bridal gown of white chantilly lace in the tudor rose pattern was fashioned with fitted bodice, its portrait neckline accented with crystal pleated tulle. The bduffant skirt cascaded into a chapel train. Her veil of pure silk illusion fell from a queen's crown of matching lace, embroidered i n baby seed pearls and she carried a cascade of papyrus greens with fleur de muir centered with a: white cattyla orchid. In keeping with bridal traditions, Easter Party For Youngsters Set For Thursday The annual YWCA Easter party for children of the community will begin Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the association buildings and yard area. The party is for children seven years old or younger who must be accompanied by an adult. Children should each bring a paper bag or a basket in which to carry home the treats found on the Easter egg hunt, a main attraction for the afternoon. There will be prizes following the egg hunt and a children's fash ion show put on by the Hansel and Greta! shop. The Easter Bunny < Sunny Rehwald) will be present to help entertain the youngsters and there will be refreshments for everyone. A small fee will be charged to help defray the expenses of the party. The Young Adult committee is sponsoring the event under chairmanship of Mrs. Dwight Johnson and Mrs. Ted Manning. On the refreshment committee are Mmes. Charles Siegel, Henry Kocsis and the cake decorating class for which Mrs. Francis Turney i s teacher. Mrs. Harold Hartwick and Mrs. Martin Gordon are arranging the decorations. Mrs. Ted Dncey and Mrs. Ray Hines head the entertainment committee. Members V >f the various Y-Teen clubs have agreed to color the eggs for the Easter egg hunt. Taking part in the fashion show will be the children of members of the Newcomers club. They in elude Charlie Maxwell, Bradley Moore, Junior Hartwick, Denise Fleming, Lisa Nelson and Becky Montfort. Donna wore a dainty cross on a chain around her neck for "something borrowed", a handkerchief which had been carried by her mother at her wedding for "something old", a blue garter and, for luck", a sixpence in her shoe. The dresses worn by the maid of honor and the two bridesmaids, Mrs. Rodney Riehl (Sandra Stone of Newport Beach and Sue Larsen of Pomona, were ballerina length The bodices were shirred and styled decollete. All wore circu-| lar crowns of seed pearls and carried cascade bouquets of pink carnations, hyacinths and ivy, the honor attendant's bouquet accented with carnations in a deeper shade of pink. Standing with the bridegroom as his best man was Morton Ward of Victorville. Ushers were Charles Dunn of Ventura and Joseph Scanlon Jr. of Santa Monica. Selections played by the chapel organist as a musical prelude were "Thine Alone", "With These Hands'', "Ich Liebe Dich'J and Because." As the bridal couple knelt during the ceremony, strains of "The Lord's Prayer" were h ard. Mrs. Yount selected a costume suit of peau de~soie~in"a cafe au lait shade for her daughter's wedding. With it she wore a flowered hat, a green cymbidium corsage and matching slippers. Mrs. Robinson chose a silk suit in a blue tone with white flowered hat and white orchid corsage. In the Spanish Art Gallery at the Inn where the reception was held, the bride's table held a three- tiered cake with decorative bells on top. Garlands of hucklberry greens and huge pink bows at each corner of the table created additional decor. Pink carnations, sweet peas and orchids with silver candelabra holding pink tapers centered the champagne punch table. Taking care of the guest book were Martha Griffin and Mrs. Robert Rauch, sorority sisters of the bride. Mrs. Morton Ward was at the gift table. Leaving for her wedding trip the bride changed into a navy- blue suit with matching shoes and bag. white hat and gloves. Pinned to her suit was the orchid from her bridal bouquet. A home at 610 East Canon Perdido in Santa Barbara awaits the young couple. Young Mrs. Robinson graduated in 1953 from Redlands High school and from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 1957. There she was president of her Alpha Delta Pi sorority, president of Elemed. Homecoming princess in 1955 and member of Chi Alpha Delta, elementary education honorary so ciety. She now teaches at the Peabody school in Santa Barbara. Her husband is a graduate of Ventura High school with the class of 1948. He spent four years in the Air Force, later graduating from Ventura college and in 1958 from U.C.S.B. He is a member of Capher, physical education club, and is now employed by Thomas I. Peterson in Santa Barbara. Avoid 'guests are coming 1 Panic It is easy enough to remain a happy housewife and to avoid that "guests are coming" panic if you have Blue. Lustre ever handy. For a bright clean carpet plus a real sense of accomplishment give your carpets a Blue Lustre cleaning. The ingredients of this modern cleaner are the mildest —safe for any and all carpets ' Use in any shampoo applicator or with long handle brush. One- half gallon cleans three 9x12 rugs. HOME FURNITURE CO. 515* St. PY 2-4240 Uruguay Educator On School Tour Visits Redlands Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. Cantley. 1128 Cedar avenue, are Miss Graciela Barbot, principal of the Teacher Training school in Montevideo, Uruguay, and Mrs. Alton Nance, elementary consultant in the state department of education, sister of Mrs. Cantley. Miss Barbot is in the United States for five months and in California for a month as an official visitor sponsored' by the State Department. The local sponsor of the tour is Helen Heffernan, chief of the Bureau of Elementary Education, California State Department of Education. The Uruguay teacher is visiting schools throughout the state with Mrs. Nance. Miss Barbot expresses particular interest in the many services given to the community by t h e men and women of local clubs. "The. Americans have much heart", she says. Her visit to Redlands is, she remarks, a refreshing contrast t o life in the large cities she has previously seen. She considers Redlands a typical American city which is keeping alive the best of the beauty and tradition of American life. One of her impressions of this country is that "Americans seem to enjoy work and are a good example for the young". Miss Barbot notes that one of the most beautiful parks in Montevideo is named for Franklin Delano Roosevelt as is one of the schools. "He is honored in Uruguay as a great American leader", she states. Teachers in her country enjoy a high status and many young people are eager to enter the profession. Miss Barbot states. The 4th Annual Orchestral Symposium of American Music will be held at the University of Redlands, April 4 at 8:15 p.m., in Memorial Chapel. Making up the symposium orchestra will be selected members of the popular University- Symphony Orchestra, supplemented by professional musicians from the Los Angeles area. Seven new musical compositions have been selected for premiering at this occasion. The Children To See Fairy Tales Enacted Saturday Tickets are on sale this week at a booth in front of the Harris Company for Saturday's special show for children sponsored by the Bonnes Meres Auxiliary to the Children's Home Society. The Tom Thumb Players of Hollywood will be in Redlands to enact two favorite fairy tales, "Little Red Riding Hood" and "Rum- plestiltskin", beginning at 2:30 p.m. in Clock auditorium. Proceeds from the benefit performance will help with the many activities of the Children's Home Society, according to Mrs. James A. Smith, Bonnes Meres president. Tickets may also be purchased at the offices of Beaver, Wilcoxson and Davis, 204 East State street at the Babcock and Pierce office, 202 West Citrus avenue, or from any member of the sponspr- ing auxiliary. TREASURE HOUSE Your-unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor cc/etij Seven New Compositions To Be Heard At Orchestral Symposium April 4 GOP Women To Attend School Of Politics Reservations are due by Thursday from women planning to attend the "School of Politics" to be presented March 30 by California Federation of Republican Women, southern division, at Arrowhead Springs hotel. This is one of many such meetings planned throughout the southern counties and takes the place of the one large affair in which county clubs usually combine. Registration will begin at 9:30 a.m. with adjournment for luncheon at noon when workshops will be conducted. Speakers of the morning session include Mrs. Cecil Kenyon. president of the state federation: Mrs. Aria Reeder. vice chairman of the Republican State Central Committee, and Mrs. Iola Petty, soathern division president. Redlands Republican Women may make reservations with Mrs. Roy Bayly, PY 3-4544. Transportation arrangements may also be made through Mrs. Bayly. 1 composers are Theron Kirk Laredo, Texas; George McKay, Seattle, Washington; Paul Harder, Iowa City, Iowa; Robert Jones, student and Cadman Fellow at the University of Redlands; Matt Doran, Los Angeles; and Jon Polifrone, East Lansing, Michigan. In keeping with the tradition of the symposium, Dr. Wayne R. Bohrnstedt, associate professor of music at the University of Redlands, will introduce a new work. The committee working on the symposium are Dr. Bohrnstedt, chairman; Dr. 1-oslie P. Spelman, director of the University of Redlands school of music; and Edward S. Tritt, associate professor of music education at the university. Musicians throughout the country have hailed this orchestral symposium as one of the most important musical events on the West Coast. National acclaim recognizes it as one of the "few programs to specialize in introducing works of contemporary composers to the public. The public is invited to attend the symposium with no admission charge. Hort.. Society Meeting Friday A conservation program will be featured at the Friday meeting of Yucaipa Horticultural society, to begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Yucaipa branch of Security First National Bank. A picture of wildflowers of the west will be shown by a representative of the conservation department of Richfield Oil Company. Specimens of wild trees shrubs and plants native to the area will be on exhibit. A prize will be offered for the best arrangement of wildflowers in addition to the regular prize for garden flower arrangement. Mrs. Al J. Capo, director of District 11. California Garden Clubs, Inc., will install officers and prizes will, be presented to the .win ners in Yucaipa's seventh annual spring garden contest. Marsha Fulton Notes Birthday Marsha Louise Fulton, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Fulton, 36 Grant street, was guest of honor at a party on her ninth birthday Saturday. She and a group of young friends were entertained at Skatcland for the celebration. Guests were Barbara Lane. Linda Herrema, Roberta Gregory, Lynda Fulton, Sandra Lane, Keven Lillibridge, Kenny Holmes. Dean Tharaldson and David Pyron. ml frrj MAK€ f RIEND5 Lutheran Pastor In Inspiring Talk To Club "Every year during this holy season one is particularly reminded cf the source of life", said Rev. John Foerster, pastor of the First Evangelical Lutheran church as he began his Holy Week message brought to women of the Contemporary club yesterday afternoon. The speaker painted a series of word pictures, first looking back ward to Palm Sunday when "Christ came in humility and meekness to set a pattern for the world". Vividly describing the events *ol Maundy Thursday and the hours that followed during Christ's last days on earth, Mr. Foerster concluded by emphasizing how "all of us look for the sunrise in eternity" by reading the beautiful poem, "If Easter Be Not True" In keeping .with the Holy Week program, Wilbur Schowalter, baritone, accompanied by Ruth Grin nell Fowler at the piano, sang four excerpts from J. H. Maunder's Easter cantata, "Olivet to Calvary". Mrs. Dorothy H. Brenan, club president, introduced the program participants and reminded members of next Monday's luncheon and card party for which reservations are now being taken by Mrs. Urban Derkum and Mrs. L. O. Sherman. Mrs. Fred Phillips and M r s. Charles Hunt were tea hostesses yesterday with Miss Ann Gay and Mrs. Chris Barnes pouring. Mrs. Stanley Goodman and Mrs. George West arranged the stage and tea table decorations for the day. Zeta Lambdas Hear Talk On Semantics Richard Stearns presented a pro-] gram on semantics for the recent meeting of Zeta Lambda chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority at the Dale Ferguson home, 21 West Palm avenue. Business of the evening included a decision by vote of the sorority to supply the balance of the yard covering for the new Redlands Day Nursery and sand for the play box there. April 3 was set as the date for a model meeting at the Schaffer home. Members present were Mmes. Frank Mills. Ferguson and Edwin Brose, Kenneth Traber, Bruce Scranton, Cloid Gray and Charles Schaffer. Guests were Mr. Mills, Mr. Ferguson, Mr. Brose, Mr. Traber, C. C. Buchanan and Mr. and Mrs. Stearns. Redlands Daily Fact* Tuesday, Mar. 24, 1959 - 3 Bruce McDaniel Voices Warning Of Responsibility Of Individual Today "Tile fact that men have not yet decided whether the power of nuclear fission and fusion shall be used to build a future of incomparable promise or to veto the spiritual evolution of the human race accounts in large measure for the terror which creeps across the earth." This was one of the many observations stated by Bruce McDaniel of Redlands in his talk to the Soroptimist Clubs' Presidents Council Saurday at Azure Hills Country club. Mr. McDaniel, whose experience in government service has been wide and varied, most recently spent three years as director of the U.S. Operations Mission to Israel. In his talk, he reminded his lis teners tha'. "we are living in a new world, one which demands a new point of view and a clear conception of the responsibility each individual must assume if our world is to avoid the incalculable horror of global incineration." He continued by saying, "A war is not inevitable. It is however, not only possible but probable unless the people of the free world have the vision, the courage, and District Deputy President At Rebekah Meeting Viola Haddock, district deputy president, was escortcd'to the platform to a seat of honor beside Noble Grand Grace- Mohney when she paid her official visit to Sapphire Rebekah lodge during its recent regular session in I.O.O.F. hall. Escorts were her marshal, Emma Smith, and her four escorts, Vera Pope. Ruby Scott, Jessie Gurney and Irene Roe. Also excorted and seated to the right of the noble grand was Hershel McQuinn, district deputy grand master. Mrs. Mohney welcomed visitors to the lodge. Mr. and Mrs. John Hoggland. Mrs. Hoggland is the former Renella Huffman. She and her husband now live at the I.O.O.F. and Rebekah home at Saratoga. ' The following delegates were appointed to attend the annual convention of the Rebekah Assembly Long Beach May 19: Lillie Judy, Lennie Young, Eva Goding and Anna Hunt. During th*e social hour, t w o cakes, decorated in the Easter theme, were served by the committee headed by Margaret Rhodes and including Flo Gooden, Irene Hull, Abbie Paris and Bertha Howard. the willingness to face the. .issue* not with naive optimism or fatalistic pessimism, but with a dynamic realism that is backed by action. "This is not time for business, or politics, or pleasure as usual. The diversion of our resources, material, moral and spiritual, these days, when a few score of psycho-neurotic men, through pique, miscalculation, or by deliberate design can unleash the fury of nuclear *ar, is akin to treason! "Our primary job is to assure the security and t h e survival of our country and the ideals upon which it was founded. "We have perhaps reached the point where it may be advisable to declare a national emergency, not because bombs are going to fall tomorrow, but to stir us from a suicidal apathy which may betray our national interests and undermine our moral and spiritual strength. "The issues are real—not academic! We of our generation are confronted by a situation never before faced by the human race— the ability to destroy mankind and contaminate the earth. "This is our responsibility — it cannot, like the national debt, be referred for coming generations, to meet. Either it will be met and solved now. or there may be no future generations of free people." Mr. McDaniel was introduced by Gertrude Goodrich of the Redlands Soroptimist Club, president of the International Goodwill and Understanding Council of the Riverside Area. The Council meets jointly with the'Presidents' Council, which embraces 17 clubs, as far east as BIythe and Coachella Valley and west to the Laguna and Newport-Harbor area. Attending from the Redlands Club were Betty Stalnaker, president; Gladys Hardy, Louise Desplaines, Ann Caddy, Mildred Jackson and Mrs. Goodrich. Mrs. Mo- Daniel was a luncheon guest. Q—The bidding has been: Eut South West North 3 A Double Pass 4 V Pass ? You, South, hold: 42 VAQS7 • AJC5 +K954 What do you do? A—Fw. Too. have food hearts bat yoa forced yonx partner to bid and there ia no reason to mapeet slam poesibilitiea. la fact, yon are not at all rare that there will be any play for the hand. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding four hearts your partner has bid four diamonds. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow When you walk into a room where there are a number of persons you know it seems friendlier to call each by name than to simply say, "Hello, how are you?" The use of each person's name makes cadi greeting seem more personal. Hot wine mayonnaise will make cauliflower, asparagus, green beans or broccoli a party dish. For 4 servings, add tablespoon instant minced onion to V« cup sauterne. Let stand 10 minutes, add 2 tablespoons chopped parsley, 1 tablespoon lemon juice and *« cup mayonnaise. Heat over hot, but not boiling, water. DAY OR NITE| Dial PY 2-3111 for Complete Prescription! Service Spoor's Drug Store 104 Orange Black and whit* 3- pe.' "Checker" auit. Pleated • k 1 r t. detach a b 1 • collar, turn - back cufd Sizei 2-4. $7.98 Linen Mandarin duller. Raglan aleevei, piquet Unlnf.. Pony tail novelty hat, (lower • trimmed. Navy and pink. aUei 2-2-t. $6.91 Such Lively Little Fashions for the Easter-Egg Set! Your littlest miss will be the hit of the Easter parade in one of these delectable dainties. Delicately trimmed with embroidery or lace, fashion right, designed to present "her" at her prettiest INFANTS WEAR — 2nd FLOOR You'll Dazzle The Holiday Resort SPORTSWEAR 2nd FLOOR Tara Tweed" Separates From a collection by Loom- togs. In sizes 10 to 18. Black and beige. 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