ecie MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Redlands Daily Facts Wed, Jan. 15, 1964 - 7 Torrid romance President Of District Guest Of Local BPW San Oreo District President Lucille Goforth was a special Jr. Clubwomen At Program On Wigs, Make-Up Redlands Junior Women's club enjoyed a double feature Liz, Burton ready to end honeymoon, marry | By VERNON SCOTT | UPI Hollywood Correspondent HOLLYWOOD UPI)— Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton 'starred in "Beckct" in London. guest of Redlands Business and!program on cosmetology and* car rea ^ ,0 ™ d . ,l,e „ ir ho ^ Professional Women s club at!wigs at their Monday evening last evening's dinner meeting at!meeting in the Elks club and gave a brief j clubhouse resume of the recent executive counsil meeting. Mrs. Clay Lyon, district corresponding secretary was speaker of the evening, her subject being "News versus Public Relations". Mrs Lyon is former editor of the "San Or- conian". Other dinner guests were Mrs. Rhea Jones of Redlands leymoon with a Mexican marriage. the Contemporary It has been a long wait. Phyllis Adair demonstrated The torrid romance between the art of applying make-up the movie queen and the swag- with the aid of four models andigering Welshman began two four cosmetologists. J. Charles years ago this month when displayed some of the wigs that!tlicy reported for their costar- he sells and told club members | ring roles in "Cleopatra" in many interesting facts about! Rome. Almost from the first! wigs. jday on the set the combination Mrs. 0. Glen Stinson an-!proved combustible, nounced that the Spanish lunch-1 The f ac t that Eddie Fisher eon on January 24 is complete-! was a daily visitor to the set and Alva Scott of San Bernar-ily sold out but that reservations; j n (j, e early going didn't damp-. district emblems chair-1 for a Scandinavian luncheon on! en t |, c fj rc rlino, man. | February 31 are now being tak- Doris Munro and Ua Frossclen. Proceeds from these lunch- were elected delegates to thejeons go to the Medical Ship, San Oreo District meeting this USS Hope, weekend at the Edgcwater Ma-i .An informal "friendship cof- rina hotel in Long Beach. ifec" is scheduled for January The committee last evening:" at the home of Mrs. Ronald included Marguerite Winnie.'G. Nelson, chairman; Grace Kciffer.l Hostesses Monday evening Agnes Espelin and Lcliaiwere Mmes. Stinson. Jack E Marien. The next business meeting'roy Singleton, will be January 28 at the Cham-! ber of Commerce. It was the first time Liz had fallen in love with her leading man. but it was an old story for the woman who had grown up on the world's movie screens. Liz was a regular visitor on the set. They were coy about marriage plans. Six months ago Burton told a London paper, "I wantj to marry Elizabeth and I will marry her." "There have been all kinds of rumors, but this is what is going to happen. No ifs. No buts. She wants to marry me. I want to marry her." Miss Taylor said. "I'm so happy Richard has told you." The next day Burton said he was only joking, adding. "I said we were getting married, but not to each other." But Liz and Burton made it clear last month, following Sybil's divorce action, that they would be married when Miss Taylor was free. j Last fall Burton, whose salary^ and services jumped in value to movie-makers, was paged to co star with Ava Gardner in Mrs. Gifford New Member Of JayCee Wives f Mrs. Don Gifford was welcomed as a new member dur ing last evening's meeting of Redlands JayCee Wives in the community room at the Security First National Bank. Mrs. Howard S. Mills and Mrs. Ken D. Stewart were introduced- as guests. Mrs. Byron C. Iluey, president, thanked the members for 100 per cent participation in helping Santa Claus on the downtown sleigh rides at Christmas time. Mrs. George R. Roberts announced that the program for the February meeting will be presented by Ed Solomon of "The Hair-Em". Hostesses for the evening, were Mrs. Jack E. Sharpe and Mrs. Lynn Choate. Mrs. Ray-, mond B. Mills was winner of the prize of the evening. News rules for brides To avoid disappointment in having news of their weddings printed in the Redlands Daily Facts, prospective brides are asked to note the following information concerning the method of presenting the news for publication. One of the principal requisites is promptness. Forms to be filled out are available at the Facts office. If the wedding date is known to the women's editor, forms are usually mailed to the bride-elect several weeks in advance. If a form is not received, it should be requested well in advance of the wedding date and returned, preferably before the event, or immediately after. There is no charge for printing the story nor for a picture, if the latter is available in time. No picture will be accepted if received more than two weeks after the wedding and only a brief account of the event will be printed. Wedding information is not taken over the telephone. LE.A. Notes Date For Grand Officer's Visit Pro tern officers during the meeting of Ladies Encampment Auxiliary of Redlands recently were Frances McAllister, guide and Nora Mitchell, high priestess. Reservations were requested to be made with Georgia Quinn 610 Patricia street, Barstow, for the visit of Norman Smith grand instructor of grand lodge of California, 100F, at the Elks temple in Barstow at 8 p.m. February 1. A thank-you note was read from a resident of the Home in Saratoga who at Christmas time received a sweater made by Nora Mitchell. Plans for a rummage sale were completed, to be in February with the time and place to be announced later. District deputy grand matriarch Elsie York announced dates for joint installation of the Encampment and Auxiliary to be February 7 in San Jacinto and February 14 in Redlands. W. W. Morse, district deputy grand patriarch of District 32, was a guest of the Patriarchs. With him were two of his staff officers. Plans were made for installations and the special third degree in Banning in ipril. Fisher had become her bus-'"Night of the Iguana" in Puerto Vallarta. Mexico. Liz followed. Jn the Mexican resort town the couple obtained the largest villa overlooking the Pacific Ocean and once again set up house As the Burton - Taylor love;keeping. Neighbors said they scenes increased in intensity for were as happy as any honey- fhe cameras, their personal at- mooning couple who had ever fair kept pace off-screen. Twen- visited the picturesque village, tieth Century-Fox attempted to Last December Sybil Burton band at the cost of his marriage to Debbie Reynolds. And Sharp. ''i)'on L."Higdon "and Lc'-j Bur(t0 ' 1 ' s to Sybil pre- 'sentcd no insurmountable problem quell the rumors that sprang up. But the couple openly cavorted around Rome, inviting publicity. It brought to mind the love affair between Ingrid Bergman and Italian director Roberto Rosseliini which wrecked two marriages. Hollywood also re membered the torrid romance of Rita Hayworth and the Ali Kahn. By March of 1962 the story of the Burton-Taylor affair was out in the open. Only Fisher continued to deny a rift in his mar- rige to the beautiful actress. But then Eddie returned to New York City for a hospital est. In his absence Liz and her brawny boy friend continued to kick up their heels. Mrs. Burton announced that she believed her husband would return to her side, but she was speaking from her home in London. After several visits to Rome she would say only, "No,! comment," In April the pretense was over. Fisher announced that he helped clear the way for the lovers' marriage by winning a Mexican divorce from her free' wheeling spouse. The settlement topped a million dollars. Now all that remains is Miss Taylor's divorce for which she filed Tuesday. Fisher, fulfilling a nightclub engagement in Las Vegas, Nov., is standing pat. Should he choose to contest the suit the Burton - Taylor Odyssey could continue another six months, perhaps longer. Said Fisher, "They're like a couple of impatient kids." Next move up to Fisher in battle with Liz PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexi co (UPI) — Legal experts said today it is up to singer Eddie Fisher to make the next move in the breakup of his marriage and his wife of less than three | to Elizabeth Taylor. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Liz Says: OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY & ALL WEEK TOOI FRI. NiTES 'TIL 9 LIZ SAYS: "CHARGE IT" GLAD RAGS BY UZ Citrus Village Sage's — in the Mall Redlands Charge Accounts • Gladly We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT. I've just finished reading a long article on why girls go to college. It was unnecessarily long, considering that the question today can be answered for the vast majroity of young women in four short words, "To get a husband." The college campus has become the happy hunting grounds for husbands to such an extent that the term "sen-j ior panic" is now used to describe the unhappy state of mind of the girl who has reached her last year at college with no young man lined up for a trip down the aisle. She is determined to get her man before she has to leave the best husband-hunting pre serve whe will ever know. Many educators look with scorn on the girl who goes to college not primarily to get an education but first and foremost to get a husband. Granted, such young women may not be the most challenging of students, with their minds so often on other things than their textbooks. Since it is the nature of girls to consider marriage their No. I ambition in life.they shouldn't be blamed for being smart enough to know that the best place for a girl to find a hus band is on a college campus and the best time for her to choose a husband is in her early 20s. While she is looking for a husband on a college cam pus, a girl is getting a lot of fringe benefits. She gets an education, learns to live away from home, and prepares herself to earn a living in case she doesn't land a husband, or has to help the one she gets earn a living for a few years while he is getting established. So what's so deplorable about a girl going to college to find a husband? years had separated. The singer was husband No. 4. Liz had been divorced from hotel scion Nickey Hilton and actor Michael Wilding. Her marriage to showman Mike Todd ended in his death in a fiery plane crash. Burton was prospect No. 5. The lovers continued to make! news until the costly "Cleopatra" was completed. Thereafter they settled down together, flitting Irom Switzerland to England where they costarred in "The VIPs." Burton later BAPTIST CHURCH ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of t h e First Baptist church will begin at 7:15 tomorrow evening in the sanctuary, following a potluck dinner scheduled for 6:25 in fellowship hall. James Fox, moderator, will preside and in addition to annual reports, there will be a program featuring the University of Redlands Drama Trio presenting "The People Versus Christ" and singing by the new 60-voice youth choir of the church. IOOF-REBEKAHS JOINT INSTALLATION The Sapphire Rebekah Lodge No. 185 and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Lodge No. 341 will conduct a joint installation Friday evening at the LO.O.F. Hall in Redlands. District Deputy Grand President Emma Smith and Grand Dis trict Deputy Gerald Clark will preside at the 7 p.m. meet ing which is open to the public. Miss Taylor filed suit for divorce here Tuesday, saying she and her husband have lived apart for more than a year without his taking any action to terminate the marriage. Under Mexican law, this is grounds for divorce. Judge Arcadio Estrada Quinones. who granted a divorce last month to Mrs. Richard Burton, wife of the Welsh actor who is waiting in the wings to marry Miss Taylor, said Fisher may now: 1. Declare personally or through an attorney that he does not wish to contest the di vorce. If he does so, a decree could be granted in a matter of weeks. 2. Contest the divorce, which would mean that proceedings might drag on for months. 3. Ignore the matter altogeth er. If he does not respond to Miss Taylor's complaint within 20 days, Mexican authorities would consider the action uncontested and grant the divorce, but Fisher's attorneys could challenge its validity in the United States. yum**** MAKE fRIENDS A smile can smooth many a sticky situation. . Jim Glaze. Inc. "Drive In Style" in A BRAND NEW '64 • CONTINENTAL • MERCURY • COMET 420 W. Redlands Blvd. 793-2141 SERVICE FOR INFORMATION, CAll MR. IEO CRANE, LEASING MGR. 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