Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 15, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Wednesday, January 15, 1964
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ccietif RHS Dress Committee Plans Fashion Show For Tomorrow MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Walker New Duplicate Bridge Club In Yucaipa A major activity on the• las; for Sally's, Kim year's agenda planned by the land Yolanda Saucedo. j dress committee under Student ( For Thana's, models will bci Government at Redlands High:Judy Jenkins and Susan John-' school is a fashion show sehed-json: for Louise's (formerly! ulcd for tomorrow during sixth JKristy's), Goldic Kovach, Cindy' period in Grace Mullen audi-jspraguc, Lynda Clarke, Alycci torium to which all girls of thc'Wheaton: for Jo Nann's, Sheilaj school are invited. j Hurley and Lana Hushes, and! The committee, headed by for Lou Ray's. Michclc Scott' Carol Matthews, has as its pur- [and Karen Robinson, pose the promotion of proper! Dede Grimes will be the dress on campus. So far this,show's narralor. i year it has created interestingi Some of the points being! subject matter for bulletin'stressed in connection with the! board display on such subjects fashion show arc the simpler! as "What Can I do With My,new hair styles — exaggerated! Hair", "What Will I Wear toteasing and the "top heavy" j the Winter Ball", "School.look definitely out: subtlety ini Dress" and others. I make-up — the over-laden ap- On the committee with Carol ipcarancc dating a girl as be - M - • . M iED SCHMIOTMANN jHONORED AT HUMBOLDT | Ed Schraidtmann, graduate j student at Humboldt State col- I lege at Areata, is one of 34 ! students nominated for recognition in "Who's Who in Ameri- The new duplicate bridge club can Universities and Colleges", organized in Yucaipa, sanctioned l 1 " 00 students were selected by , - a secret faculty committee ap- sanctioned by the American' „;•,„. u,. r, ,.„,;,,„.,, r„™«i,-,Vl • ' Contract Bridge League. *^^\J^JS£^*™«« * GM ^ wiU Annual Girl Scout Dinner Set For Monday Redlands Daily Facts Wcd. f Jan. 15, 1964 -3 "Look Wider Still" i Writer Saroyan \ Subject Of \AAUW Program a pageant! j Irs s s Garland presented the program on William at the Monday [read from "Human Comedy", "Papa is Crazy" and also the short story, "Circus". Mrs. Garland mentioned his Pulitzer Prize winner "Time of Your Live", the award refused by the author, she noted. AH present signed a card to ''hp 3 n -irf of Ihn nrnnram fnr " •""•=•" * be Sent to Mrs. E. N. Hams, on Mondays at 12:15 p.m. in the citizenship, leadership, campus i 1 i ,lu » ldl " lur .Saroyan at the Monday eve- member of the group now rc- Yucaipa American Legion hall/aCm''^ and general servicejthe annual dinner meeting of nmg mectins of the AAUW ii t . iCU pcrating from % broken leg There were V-_ tables in playjand contribution to the collegc.ithe San Gorgonio Girl S c o u t :craU|re < cction for which >n <s ' -suffered in a Christmas Day at the first meeting this week. E (1 ls J ,lc *? n of Mr - anti Mrs -'Council at the Elks club base- Kdith W. Tavlor was hostess at {al1 North-South winners were Mr. T «l Schmidtmann. 109 East; mcnl on j an uarv 20 at 6:30 p.m. her home ''4 Parkwood drive Fern avenue, and a — J : Present were tlie Misses Ruth RUDOLF BING Rudolf Bing To Judge Opera Audition Finals ; and Mrs. C. D. Hirschy. first:.'*'™ a^nue. and a 1958 grad-j Friends of Girl Scouting are Mrs. Garland spoke of the E. Foster. Ada K. Dietz, Clara :Mrs. Ray Keim and Mrs. Ethel ualc ° f Redlands High school. ;invited , 0 allcnd- as we „ as al[ Armcnians in tnc San Joa . :Bc || e ,. edanL Mary Pew .Clark, second: .Mrs. Gene Wall, iregistered adults and their hus- quin Valley and of Saroyan's Mmes. Alice Van Boven, Rob- iand Mrs. E. D. Patterson, third. Eleanor Hughes and Mrs. Kathy bands or wives. Tickets m a y background. His experience ert II. Lynn, Garland, George j East-West winners were Doro-Manasseco, third. ibe obtained from neighborhood I working in a grocery store and S. Hinckley) Agnes ' Rogers, 'thy Poorc and Christine Feeny.| Master Point is scheduled fonchairmen or from the Girl Scout in a telegraph office provided David Goldie, Charles Gruber 1 [first: Mrs. Max Starr and Mrs. the second Monday of each ( office at 440 Cajon street, tele-the setting for some of hisjand Dorothy H. Brenan; and Charles Gray, second: Mrs.:month. 'phone 792-3SS3. !works, she said. Mrs. Garland the hostess. Indicating nation-wide recog-l nition of the West's cultural | are Julie Phelps. Cindy Riddleing behind the times; "and the j *5 i, ! cvcn,cn J s ' " 1C Metropolitan and Dana Cranmer. Iskirt length, now just covering! NaUonal „ °P C ™ . .'i 0 "™ 1 an ' For tomorrow's fashion show.)the knees, definitely not aboveJ nounces ,llat RlKioU B,ng ' een ' girl students tried out for the Realization of the value of modeling honors in two elimina-llhc committee's efforts was ex- tion sessions. The "natural!pressed in a letter appearing in look" to compliment the new the Hobachi. RHS paper, in styles was the main criterion which a student noted that: in selecting the models. "Ix>oking around our school, Ij Downtown dress shops arc noticed that many girls contributing the stvles to be:their hair ratted to extremes. .„ , . .. shown during the show. Modcl-.thcy arc wearing exotic make- can " )lls w '" niarl 5 rr ' nl ; v . '^Vl ing for The Harris Company,up. culottes and dresses ,h al !ond lime ic has left New \ork; will be Sharon Hicks. Kathv|arc too short. If these sir | s Uty to jmlgc regional auditions, j Greenway and Bonnie Hrbbard: icould only realize that these P'* net auditions are sched-, for Her Majesty's, Diane Dc-styles of dress and types 0 , "led for January J.> in San Ber-, maree, Candy Cox and Jackie. make-up are out of place Bjlter; for Esther Page's,!at school. I'm sure they would Casey Fields and Glenda Doug-idrcss more conservatively". oral manager of the Metropol itan Opera, will be the sole judge for the regional auditions finals February 19 in Los Angeles. i Mr. Bing's participation at! . iBovard auditorium on the Uni | 'vcrsity of Southern California, mm. Fashion Show Highlights Luncheon Meeting Of Mentone Woman's Club Miss Cathy Hales of The llnr iherls arc "in ris Company, assistant buyer for the better dresses and ready to-wear department, presented a fashion clinic yesterday afternoon for Mentone Woman's club members following their luncheon in the clubhouse. Miss Hales, who is the current "Miss Redlands", Orange Show- Queen and JIaid of California, tilled her showing "M'Lady From Head to Toe — 'S4". All young singers interested should contact Missj Gwendolyn Roberts, district director of the San Bernardino- Riverside Counties District., j Metropolitan Opera Auditions. 1 1898 Genevieve street, San Bcr-i Inardino, immediately fo reformation and application forms.! small shaped heels for evening,- Winn ^ ° f , ,h ?, D j". l^i , C, al f'' Jewelry has the "massed" look i"° ns W,U .«' , «T «hc Ucslcrn hc-j .... . .„ , . gion semi-finals tcbruary 18. A : Skirls will cover the knees for^i, awa rd will also go to the, daytime and are longer for cvc-| District winner. for day time and! ning wear. Sports clothes are functional for the active woman and there is a soft, feminine look for casual home wear semi-fitted and more shaping. Suits will have longer jackets and a more tailored silhouette while coats will have the cape Pen Women Share Reports At Workshop Members of the National! League of American Pen Wom-| en held an interesting workshop; recently at the San Bernardino; iven'homc of Mrs. Kate St. Jean. ; hostess During her presentation, it j look, tailored in front and loose was noted thai hair styles wil!jj n back. Dominant colors will have the natural smooth look.,be in the pastel shades, white well groomed, with perhaps aiand Mexi-colors. switch for evening wear. Hats s ia , rocof , ni , ipn was will be close fitted with gloves dllrmg , he mcctmg , 0 p3st pres j.| After the hostess served re and shoes in harmony. Mac ki flcnts Mmes n Y . Reynolds.lfrcshments. assisted by Mrs.: ~ ID . C. Adams. J. P. Monroe, H 'I Lillian Miles, reports were M. Crosthwaite Sr.. R. E. Samsjh^fd during the business meet . David Roberts and II. II. Con-i" 1 - Tl 'c sroup marie arrange ..(ant. jmcnts for a suitable token of expression of sympathy to Mrs , Erna Clark on the recent death 'of her father. ! Mrs. Special guests were M m r s Miss Blesener To Speak At Deanery Meeting Mary Wrishl. rvarl redlubry. ' lone Johnstone. Robert Dish- San Bernardino Dranerv Conn-man. Abe Crosby. E. A. Cham-i Mrs. Helen Peterson repnrten cil of Catholic Women will .'iHTlain. T. L. I'hje and fame '!"' n « a brief article ., have its quarterly luncheon,Ljon. ,' appers Weekly another to meeting at Our Lady of Guada- Others present were M in e s! 11 P 1 ^ 1 and ,1,c P ubl,I "- lupe Parish Hall. 1430 W. Fifth;iIomer Schreiber. Julius M... n ...° P ° rmS . "I „ street. San Bernardino, at noonlFriderich. I. Purl Fleming. John, mo( .' ,o ; v ' , ,1,p I la,,rr 3 raUo " next Thursday. F. Dayton Sr.. Edwin where she is doing so AH CathoUc women of t h e Joseph W. Harriott. Hurl B., c,al " orK ' Deanerv and their friends are Robinson. Ethel Marquardl. C.« The i-resj-lent. Mis. Etta Lne F. Crawford. John McCormick. '>'• reiwted the sale of six feu- Curtis Simmons, Noah Rcad.i'un: articles and 50 pictures. Robert Langston and Robert O.! A nostalgic piece entitled Neal. "Honeymoon Cottage" by Mir- invited to attend, according to Mrs. Thomas F. Dillon of Redlands. Deanery president. Mrs. William D. Porter. San Bernardino, and a committee of women from Our Lady of Guadalupe parish will prepare and serve the luncheon. Speaker will be Miss Clara! Blesener of Redlands who has spent three years as a lay missionary in Chile. Miss Blesener. who has traveled extensively in South America, will tell about Mrs, Mai one "Platter Day" Golf Winner Mrs. W. Eugene Malone, with I a net 71, was winner of the work and the problems ofjthc "Platter Day" tournament, the church in Latin America, a feature of Friday's sports day for women golfers at the Country club. Luncheon reservations must be made by Tuesday, January 21. Taking reservations for Red lands area is Mrs. Thomas J Ditchfield, 106 Prospect drive. Senior Citizens Luncheon Friday Mrs. Margaret Niemannn will preside for her first meeting as newly elected president of Redlands Senior Citizens club at the Friday meeting, to start at 1 p.m. at the YWCA following the potluck luncheon. Members are asked to bring a covered dish, salad or dessert and their own table service. Cards and games will complete the afternoon. Last week, Mr. and JIrs. George A. Alder of Calimesa were welcomed as new mem. bers and there were three guests, Mrs. Lena Peek of Michigan, Mrs. Mildred Piper and Thomas Goudy. The club meets every Friday at the YWCA at 1 p.m. and welcomes ail men and women over 50 years of age to join them in their activities. Q—The bidding has been: South West North Eut 4 4k Pus 4N.T. Fas $• Pass SN.T. Pass Ton, Socfh, hold: 4 >AK4J«?X2 VZ 41 4*«4 What do you do? A—Bid fix diamond!. Tour partner b perfectly capable of pUynyr yon for an eight card «pade aoit and rolnr to seven If that is all he needs from TOO. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of passing; West bids five hearts over your four spades. North doubles. What do you dot iam Anderson was heard during the workshop period and "T h r Rover Girls" by Becky fMrs. Cleo) Burris offered an amusing interlude. "Nothing to Do?" by Mrs. Merle Bagley brought helpful suggestions, as she had requested, and most interesting were two accounts read by Mrs. Maud Meek about her life in Old China. Members were urged to invite! interested persons to their lunch-1 con meeting February 14 at' Winners of the day's event! 12 -' 30 at (he Franciscan restau- werc, in Class A. Mrs. Madison rant "hen the speaker will bej Finlay. first, 89-15-74; Mrs. Earl j Gertrude O'Dell, county refer-j D. Finch, second. 94-17-77: Mrs Vernon Crear, third, 89-11-78. Class B winners were M r s. Austin Welch, first, 99-22-77; Mrs. Geneva Rcitcr, second. 9921-78; and Mrs. Donald Miller, third, 102-22-80. Class C winners were M r s. Malone. first, 97-26-71; Mrs. Edward Barnett. 103-26-77: Mrs. Fred Howard. 100-23-77, and Mrs. Edwin Banta, 100-23-77, tied for second. Class D. Mrs. James A. Griswold. first. 110-37-73; Mrs. Robert Hatfield, second, 118-41-77. and Mrs. Dennis Martin, third. 125-45-80. Friday of this week is the last day for qualifying for the President's and Vice President's cup tournaments. Participants in the Jack and Jill tournament planned for Sun day, are reminded to sign up at the pro shop. Tournament information may be obtained from the Leonard Watkins or the Vernon Lees. CATHOLIC ALUMNI CLUB PARTY FRIDAY Members of Desert Valley Catholic Alumni club will meet at the New Skateland roller skating rink, corner of the Freeway and Alabama street, Friday at 7:30 p.m. for a skating party. The club is open to all single Catholics who are college graduates. Prospective members are invited to join the group at the party or to telephone Joe Maiorana, presi dent TU9-6412, San Bernardino ence librarian At the workshop meeting were Miriam Anderson. Mrs. Bagley. Mrs. Bum's, Adelaide Frisman. Mrs. Lively. Rosella Mattmuel- Ier. Mrs. Meek, Mrs. Miles. Mrs. Peterson, Mrs. St. Jean, Nellie Stewart and Elizabeth Ward. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap. pliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Mrs, East ho use Heads Yucaipa Auxiliary Ethyl Easthouse was elected president of the Ladies Auxiliary to Yucaipa Barracks. Veterans of World War I, at the January business meeting. New officers will be installed January 22 at a joint installation with the Barracks. Syd Winn of Morongo Valley, 6th District president, will act as installing officer. Other officers elected were Hilda Upell, senior vice-president; Laura Fuskerud, junior vice-president; Ann Newquist, treasurer; Delia Soutter, chaplain; Frances Patten, conductress; Nellie Work, guard, and Olive Carey, three-year trustee. President Easthouse announced the appointment of Bess Colvin, assistant conductress; Mildred Sanborn, secre-' tary; Ruth Lambertson, flag! bearer; Dixie Morgan, banner bearer, and Nancy Horrocks. Americanism chairman. Holdover officers are Cora Wright, one-year trustee, and Bess Colvin. two-year trustee. Mrs. Winn obligated five new members, Elsie Green, Rita C. Honor, Hazel Hubcr, Vella M. Smith and Lois Wheeler. DOWNTOWN REDLANDS <1M ni mil iiriiini SAN BCMfAROWSO mvERstoe REDLANDS A Bounty of Beautiful Henry Rosenfeld Fashions Now at Harris Dresses of easy care fabrics in preHy perky fashions for Spring . . . add up fo a most im­ portant Fashion Look, the woman on the go . every occasion with a The perfect answer for . . they're ready to meet fresh outlook. A. — Here is o spring lovely . . . short sleeve polka dot sweater dress of Arnel^ triacetate jersey, and Orlon^ acrylic sweater. Aqua and maize. Sizes 10 to 20 $17.98 B. — Shirt dress of Docroni* polyester and Avron f ' rayon step-in cluster pleated skirt. Pastel plaid. In sizes to fit 10 to 20 $15,98 C. — Pongee shirt dress of Acele 5 ' ocefale and cotton in a circle print. Step-in style, one button closing. Brown and blue print. Sizes 10 to 20 $11.98 D. — Whipped crepe of easy care Dacron^ polyester. With flattering jewel neckline. Coat style in a floral print of gold and blue print. Sizes 10-20 $15.98 PIN MONEY SHOP 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Phone and moil orders promptly filled, r Mar (ar> U« *• MWM (n. a* i turn) •WM—Maraap I*'I**

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