Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 27, 1959 · Page 3
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 3

Redlands, California
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Friday, March 27, 1959
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ccietij illSS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor SONDRA BERYL PENNER Sondra Penner To Wed Darrell Cox In June Rites Mrs. Marvel Penner. 25167 Starr street, l.oma Linda, an nounces the engagement of her daughter. Sondra Beryl, to Dar rell Gene Cox. son of Mr. andi Mrs. Frank Cox of Grand Ter-j race. | Sondra. whose father is Dr. O .I W. J. Penner of Los Angeles, has I selected June 11 as the date for the wedding, to be performed in Hill church at Loma Linda. She is a graduate of the Loma Linda Academy and has also attended La Sierra college in Ar lington. Her fiance is also a graduate of Loma Linda Academy and of San Bernardino Valley college. He now employed at Loma Linda Sanitarium and hospital as a surgery' technician and plans to continue his studies at La Sierra college, ma.'oring in sociology. Luncheon-Shower Compliments Holly Sawyer Holly Sawyer, whose wedding to Chris Marshall of Palo AlUi will be an event of April 4, was feted' Wednesday at a luncheon and kitchen shower for which Sue Best was hostess at her home on North Nevada street. White spring blossoms were used on thn luncheon table lor floraf' decoration. The iirited guest list included 1 Mrs. Brooke Sawyer and M r s. Robert Marshall, mothers of the engaged couple: Mrs. Carol File.: Holiy's sister: Mines. Bill Stock-j ham, Douglas Linn, Rose Best,' and Paui Beaumont: the Misses) Paula Frrmer. Laura Kossoff ofi Hawthorne, Camron Cooper, Ellen Berstrauch of Orange, Nancy Hein and Susan Leet. Jerry Bland!no Cast In Palm Springs Show Jerry Blandino, president of Redlands Footlightcrs, will recreate the role of Noah in "The Rainmaker" which will open a 13 performance run tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. in the Sand and Stars Theatre at Rancho Mirage, just south of Palm Springs. Members of Riverside's Community Players comprise the rest of the cast. They include Robert Dy; r, who is also directing the show. Patsy Cobble, Larry War' ;*cn and Dick Lawrence. Mr. Blandino was also cast as the older brother, Noab. when Redlands Footlightcrs presented "The Rainmaker" last season. The new desert theatre is adjacent to Whispering Waters Hotel Tom Thumb Players To Enact Fairy Tales In Matinee Tomorrow Children, and adults too, will be transported into the realm ol fairyland tomorrow afternoon when the talented Tom Thumb Players from Hollywood perform two favorite children's stories in Clock auditorium, beginning a t 2.-.10 p.m. The Bonnes Mercs Auxiliary of the Children's Home Society is sponsoring this special attraction as a benefit for the adoption society's work. Selected for the Redlands performance are "Red Riding Hood" and "Rumpelsliltskin". The cast of adult players will bring to life the characters of story-book fame in a setting especially designed in keeping with the world of make- believe. To complete the afternoon, there will be refreshments on sale in the lobby during the intermission period. For those who have not purchased their tickets already, tickets will be on sale at the box office before tomorrow's show. The play will continue each night through April 11, excluding Sun days. ICOUNTRY CLUB TEA TOMORROW Mrs. Thomas S. Leake and Mrs Edwin V. Banta will pour tomor row afternoon during the weekly I tea for Country club members and guests between the hours of 4 and 5:30. P.E.O. Chapter Honors New Officers At Tea As a prelude to Easter and the ushering in of Spring, P.E.O. Chapter P.K. honored its new officers this week at an afternoon Guest Day tea at the Redlands home of Mrs. Robert Covington, following a business meeting and luncheon at the home of Mrs. C A. Luttrell where Mrs. Miller Borell was co-hostess. News was received of the selection of Mrs. George G. Finlay as president of Chapter D of Grand Forks. North Dakota. Mrs, Finlay is the sister of Mrs. Myron Talbcrt, pianist for Chapter P.K. Mrs. D. II. Oarlock of Highland passed the leadership of Chapter P.K. to Mrs. John Speidel who Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Mar. 27, 1959 - 3 greeted members and guests at the tea. Serving with her will be Mrs. J. W. Toland of Yucaipa, vice president who presided at the tea table; Mrs. Blanche Reese, recording secretary who served on the social committee for the tea; Mrs. C. E. Brodcrson, corresponding secretary: Mrs. C. A. Luttrell. treasurer; Mrs. H. M. Ford of Yucaipa. chaplain, and Mrs. Jack W. Wiley, guard, who also served on the tea committee. The next chapter meeting will be at the home of Mrs. J. W. Toland in Yucaipa. Mrs. W. W. Whitmcr will have charge of the day's program. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Tecn-agtrs plagued with acnt problems can relieve the condition. Avoid large helpings of fatty and heavy foods and excessive sweets. Instead, stuff with lots of fruits and < cgttablrs and drink lots of water ?nd milk. Remember that a 'ull light's slc.p and exercise to p?p up the circulation also help your system during the acne period. Adventist Services SEVENTH-DAY AQVENTIST 5220 Brookside avenue. John Pelt, pastor. Sabbath school Saturday 9:30. HILL SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST. LOMA LINDA G. T. Dickinson, pastor. Sahbatn -chocl "30 SatiiM^. Q—The bidding has been: North East South West 3 * Pass ? You, South, hold: 42 VAQS7 • AJSS +K95 4 What do you do? A—rass or kid four spades -.i^pendinc on how weak or siron; j a n r partner's three- spade openiiur is likdj to be. Do not consider three no-trump at all. TODAY'S QUESTION* You decide to pass and West bids four clubs which is passed around to you. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow PIANOS LOWREY ORGANS Holley & Jackson Redlands City Sifn Intersection W Highway 99 and New York St. FY I-IOSJ Redlandt New at Harris Redlands! For Golf or Dress Ben Hogan Slacks Exciting new fabric blend . . . 75 ^ Acrilan, ZQ c ,'c imported yarns. Guaranteed washable or they can be dry cleaned. Double darted back assures perfect contour fit Smart jeweler's buckle with concealed adjustment on distinctive half belt Sizes 29 to 42. In 9 wonderful resort colors. $10.95 MEN'S DEPT. STREET FLOOR • mow: xMsiglit d&QO 'O' Fresh, New Easter Coats To Treasure all Season long A wonderful sign that winter's really over, these slim-silhouette clutch coats in freshly created fabrics. Styled for the important trim, sleek appearance . . . dramatic details. three-<|uarter sleeves. They're marvelous travellers, too: Sawtooth collar, button trim highlight a slender dutch of black and while "Sayonara." Sites 7-l3. In ••Tanbark" with jew­ elled button-down petal collar. Black and navy. Sizes 7-15. Co/our Symphony by k To complete your Easter outfit Seamless and full-fashioned. New spring and summer colors. Proportioned lengths, sizes S \'n to 11. HOSIERY — STREET FLOOR Chalk White Jewelry For Easter Wearing or Sifting Choose from a wonderful selection of costume sets . . . chalk white with silver and rhinestone trim, 2 to 5 strands of lightweight beads , . . necklaces, bracelets, pins and earrings. COSTUME JEWELRY — ST. FL. Easter Buy! Orion Shrugs $399 R*g. $5.95 Cardigan style with turn-back collar in fancy-knit Orion for beautiful washing and fast drying. Gay pearl button trim. Easter egg colors of lavender, green, black, coral, blue, strawberry, and white. Sizes small, medium, large. SHRUGS STREET FLOOR An Armful of Easter White Bags $2 »s Snowy white plastic calf which wipes clean with a damp cloth . .. also in textured materials. In all the latest styles ... the elongated look . . . inside zippers and fabric linings HANDBAGS — STREET FLOOR •Plui 10*1 Ted. Ex. 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