Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 16, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, January 16, 1964
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Eastern Star Chapter Notes 68th Birthday Copa del Oro chapter. Order Yucaipa Lodges Have Triple Installation About 200 relatives, friends of the Eastern Star celebrated : and lodge members witnessed the chapter's 68th birthday last;the recent triple installations of evening with past matrons and • Odd Fellows and Rebekahs past patrons filling the stations, i when Elmer Voyles of Yucaipa They were Stella Garrett wor-Odd Fellows, Betty Vian of Yu- thy matron; Austin Garrett, wor-;caipa Rebekahs and Harriet thy patron: Mary Fridcrich, as-jSemcnza of Desert Gold chap- sociate matron; Tom Hender-jter were installed as Noble jSon. associate patron; Isabel'Grands. Moore, secretary: Arthur P.I Joseph Matula, past district Crim Jr., treasurer; M i n n i ejdeputy grand master, substitut- Zimmer, conductress; Myrtlejed for the district deputy grand Henderson, associate conduct-j master of District 61, Jerry ress; Ben Alexander, chaplain, j Clark, and with Emma R. Paul Prescott, marshal: Es-|Smith, district deputy president' octet if MISS JOSEPHINE REA* Society Editor NANCY HURT i telle Morrison, organist; Mildred Raymer, Adah: Berenice Pat ton. Ruth; Mildred Jones, Es Becker-Hurt June Wedding Plans Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hurt 1900 Country Club drive, an- of District 73, installed the officers. The colors and emblems of ther; Vera Mae Crim, Martha; (the president of the Rebekah As Mary McLennan, Electa; Clara jsembly were carried out in the attire of the women participating. Songs were sung by Pauline Jobes, accompanied at the piano by Pearl Gail. Escorted to their past noble grand's stations, Fred Wadlow, Vera Pope and Doris Troxel were presented their P.N.G. Annabil, warder; Jerald Wiese, sentinel; William Pidgeon, flag bearer; Edward Kellams, electrician. Theme for the evening was "Garden of Roses". Hostesses I were Annie Johnston, Nancy I Hepburn, Lela Glassgow, Edith 'Williams, Dillic Pidgeon. Dor-jjewels. ecn Legg and Bronwen Ketter-j Dignitaries introduced in. ing. Thcv presented a rose cor-!eluded Rov Nelson, grand out- nounce the engagement oi their; Mgc an(J bou(onnjere (o each l side sentinc , of tne Encamp . caugmer, Aancy. 10"'ci>- ; past matr on and patron as theviment; W. W. Morris, district ard Donald Becker of Colorado, cn(em] A , arRe ' bush in bIoom i dcputy grand p atriarch; E i sic The bridc-elect is the grand- rcd roscs <iecoratcli 1 h ^^^^'ni ^^^nH , , ... ... , East. Imatriarch of District 32, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- _ . . . . „u r i « _ c n r c. n »,....„ Special escort was given to committee members of Grand ter o. Pope of at. Petersburg. ... ... . , . ;r , ,„i ,, ,„ I ,7 • Wane a Heuman and Flovd Mat- Lodge. Ha., and of .Mr. and Mrs. K .i. ., . , , .. er . , „ » xi.. „r c..„ r.,.. r^v.c ci,„i'eson. worthy matron and wor- New elective officers of iu- B. Hurt of bun Citv, Calif, one!. ' , ,, , . . . „ ,. . . , , is a student at the University ''- v P' 1 '™ 0 <" e ch . a P ,pr - As|ca lP a Odd Fellows also include of Colorado at Boulder where! he ^ st malrons and Patrons|CarrolE Warren, vice grand: she is affiliated with Alpha Phi,formed a ^'- c ' rcl0 - conduct- Mr. Matula recording secre- sorority. Nancv graduated from! rcs f ^ ^delton and asso-ltary: Frank Gregg, financial John Muirlligh school in Pasa.," ale conductress Mary Lou:secretary, Bert Gurney, treas ^ cna j Krause presented a pink rose to Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Becker of Colorado ! each. Special escort was also given GOP State Committee Member To Elands Daily Facts I Address County Republican Women— urs '' an "—' Montana Visitor I Speaks To Men's \ Club Of Church Bruce Sumner of Newport! Beach, member of the execu-j tive committee of the California j State Republican Committee, | will be the speaker at the con-j vention of the San Bernardino | County Federation of Republican Women January 24 in the; Masonic Temple, San Bernar-j dino. i Registration will begin at 9 a.m. and luncheon is scheduled: jfor 12:30. San Bernardino Re-: j publican women will be hos-i tesses for the day. Luncheon I reservations are due by Tues-! day and may be made withj Mrs. Lee Harris, telephone 79215-16, or with Mrs. Keith Carl-' son. 792-2104. ! Mr. Sumner, named one' of the five outstanding young: men of California in 1957. is a! practicing attorney in Santa' Ana. He served overseas in j BRUCE SUMNER One of the outstanding programs for the Men's Cub of The Congregational Church iwas presented at their January ; meeting by C. W. Dell of Bi'd- iings. Mont. Introduced by Rev. Harry jSuttner. minister of the church. jMr. Dell gave the informative and all inclusive presen­ ilation of the African situation. The speaker is a retired merchant interested in the missionary field and last year accompanied a Congregational Mission tour to Africa. A resident of Billings, Mont.. Mr. and | Mrs. Dell are spending the win- urer. Other Yucaipa Rebekah officers are Mabel Cedergren, \\Teen-Tour Film Next For Auxiliary MR. AND MRS. BARRY HENRY FULLGRABE Newlyweds Barry Fullgrabes Feted Recently married Mr. and Springs, is an honor student ati t0 f eona deputy g r a n dk-ice grand; Pearl Halloran re- rr„ nm . ahn the University of Colorado from matron - anii olher P ast matrons cording secretary; Lucy War-1Mrs. Barry Henry rullgrabe whnrp IIP will bo "ririiiatedi and P atrons I!eIcn R ePP. Madgelren, financial secretary, and (Marilyn Ann PugneO were hon• 7 ' | Miller. Robert Raymer and Joel Elsie York, treasurer. jored at a post-nuptial reception A Tiinn u-P.lHin« in Ttpd 'j°h ns °n- Desert Gold's other elective on the evening of January 4 Tanrfc ic LinJ, „hnJ i Visitors were Harold and Mar-lofficcrs are Maud Wollery, vice at the home of the bride's par- Firstnews of•the bet rothal J oric Blackman. Harry andgrand; Florence Ware, record-'cnts, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pug- was revealed at a recent tlLn-j Sadie Rasmussen, lone Swisher, j ing and financial secretary; iner, 124 West Delaware street, ner party for which Mr. and Mrs. Hurt were host and hos- Annette Mathews and MarygDoris Troxel, treasurer, andj Approximately 60 relatives tess to 45 close friends. Alumnae Hear Talk On Byron Dr. Caroline Mattingly Prendergast shared her fascinating Webb. Eunice Sewell, chaplain. land friends were present to The worthy grand matron's Mr. Voyle's appointive offic-jgreet the bridal couple on this colors were noted in the down-iers are Grandville Hampton,'occasion. They were married in I stairs room with pink streamers land red roses on the tables. Co-chairmen for the evening jwere Julia Ward and Evelyn!Mitchell, left support; Charles iTrowbridgc. Hostesses and hostsljobes, chaplain; D a r r e 11 I were Hazel Ewbank. John andj Turner, inside guardian; Roy j Vera Tirey, Lee Vaught. Arlencj Nelson, outside guardian; MlIectTon"a"na : "experiences"con"j w 'csc, Mildred Ewbank. Ellis)James Halloran, right scene cerning Lord Byron and his fam-! Ward and Dick and Bonnie Mot- support, Roy Burget, left scene ily with the Riverside Area i tcrshaw. I support; Clyde Sims and Harry alumnae association of Gamma 1 Announcements were made of, Williams, right and left sup Phi Beta Tuesday evening atj»he Social club sack luncheon the Redlands home of Mrs.)'his Friday, the worthy grand Robert Thieme, 905 West Cres-j matron's official visit on Jan- _ rr cent avenue. ! uar >' 21 at San Bernardino Ma-! ers are Ruth B eattie, warden; The business meeting was in sonic Temple, Starhghters meet-: The!ma Po£ j 0 ] s ki, conductor; warden; Edwin Woodruff, con- Las Vegas, Nevada, with Mrs. ductor; Charles Haddock, right,Dale Kirby of Yucaipa, the support of the noble grand; Bill; bridegroom's twin sister, and .Mr. Kirby as their attendants. Decorations and a floral centerpiece were arranged in a pink and white theme by the bridegroom's mother. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman, Fullgrabe. 1011 North University street. ports of the vice grand, and Bert Hollinsworth, musician. Mrs. Vian's appointive offic charge of Mrs. Penfield John-,'"8 January 28. Job's Daught- son of Riverside. j ers ' rummage sale January 30 Attending from Redlands were! and 31 and February 1, a n d the hostess, assistant hostess.'practice for all officers Febru- Mrs. Stephen Stockton; and j ar.v 1 at the Masonic Temple at Mmes. Russell Quinn, James, 7 l ,m Austen, Max Kreston, James M Delphians To Convene In LA. Redlands chapter of the Del phian Society will meet next Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at Smiley library. Mrs. John W. Rundlcs. president, announces the Los Angeles District Assembly of Delphian chapters for January 24 at the Cramer and George Idc; and, ODD FELLOWS, Misses Virginia Merrill and Mer-j REBEKAHS TO INSTALL ri Morris. ' odd Fe n ows 0 f Redlands and, Sapphire Rebekah lodge will! Courtesy officers of Yucaipa '"8 the discussion were Mmes Pauline Jobes and Cholas Pet-j Marina hotel at Los Angeles Air- erson, right and left supports j port. Dr. S. I. Ilayakawa. proto noble grand; Jessie Wood-!fessor of language arts at San ruff, chaplain; Julia Johach,!Francisco State college, will inside guardian; Lula Minor.lspeak on "General Semantics." outside guardian; Viola Had-] At the last meeting of the lo- dock and Rose Grub, right and leal chapter, Mrs. Wayne W. left support to vice grand:]Berkshire was the leader for Pearl Gail, musician, and; the day, the subject being "Vil- Blenda Bailey, color bearer, jlage Life in North India". Opcn- REBEKAH SOCIAL ;join for public installation cere CLUB MEETING | monies at 8 o'clock tomorrow Sapphire Rebekah lodge So- evening in the lOOF hall. Recial club will meet at the home bekah lodge will meet at 7 of Mrs. Jennie Allison, 950 o'clock and all officers are Chestnut avenue, at 1 p.m. Jan- j asked to be present at that uary 22. Mrs. Lennie H. Young;time. The public is invited will be the assisting hostess. I to the installation. Rebekahs are Cleora Ware.| WaIter E - Sowell, Richard Weis- Hanna Vare, Freda Voyles.i ber S- M - Barnett, R. J. Zanabel Browne, M a r j o r i e' Pcnnclla and Rundlcs Lasater, Haltie Gregg, Sarah I Eastes, Isabelle Wegley, Irene Viola Haddock, chairman, at Roe and Myrtle Hightower. 'tables deocrated with candles Refreshments were served by!a n d cleverly dressed dolls the Past Noble Grands club,|made by Dorothea Dolch. the bride, completed the serving of the tiered bride's cake after I h e couple had cut the first piece. Mrs. Bonnie Deus- ^sen. another aunt, served the I punch and Mrs. Ann Phillips | was in charge of the gift display. Mrs. Charlotte -Mulder j was in charge of the guest book; and recording of gifts. Both bride and bridegroom are graduates of Redlands High scool. She is now attending the Phyllis Adair College of Cosmetology and he is employed by the Big Bear Timber Company after completing a year of study at San Bernardino Valley college. I both World War II and during' a deputy public defender in Or- tcr jn Redlands the Korean conflict as a pla-! an Se County and was elected; A vibrant speakcr we n toon leader and intelligence of- state secretary-treasurer of the| versed in hjs Sllbjecti Mr DeU ficer. !California Public Defender and!„ ave a vivid account 0 f the He was elected to the Cali:Legal Aid Association. jour, illustrated by his excel- fornia Legislature in 1956. 195S> Mr. Sumner is chairman of lent slides. He was one of 17 and 1060, serving as Republi- the Incumbent Republican Of- persons on this study tour who Ijjcan Whip and as chairman of ficeholders committee of the Or-travelled 23.000 miles by air 11 1 the Assembly judiciary commit- ange County Republican Centra! land 2500. miles by car, visit- ijtce. He served three years as committee. ing It provinces. 220 million ?i people inhabit Africa, the sec- 1 ;ond largest continent in the [world he said, and their living quarters range from mud huts Uo skyscrapers. Two-thirds cannot read nor write. Provinces visited were Uganda, Kenya, Zanzibar, Tanganyika, Southern Rhodesia, Northern Rhodesia. French Congo. Belgian Congo. Ghana-Liberia and Senegal. The greatest desire of the people is for Independence and education, in that order, said Mr. Dell. During the business session of the club, new officers were elected. They are Russell McDowell, president: James Knox, vice-president, and Neil Brintnall, treasurer. Announcement was made of the 83rd annual meeting of the church to start this evening with dinner at 6 and business meeting at 6:45. Elections and a special program arc on the agenda and all church members are urged to attend. Members and guests of the. Evening Auxiliary to the Con-i temporary club will be taken on an armchair tour of 32 states and into Mexico and Canada at the meeting Monday evening. Jane (Mrs. II. Hartley) Hillsen of Redlands. president of California Education Tours, will show her colored slides and de-, scribe the "impressions, experi-j enccs and adventures of the fab-: ulous teens", the 68 teenagers! who made the trip with her last j summer. The program will be' presented in the tea room of; the Contemporary club at 8 o'clock, following dinner and the business meeting. Inter-i !ested persons are invited to at- Mrs. Helen Dcusscn. aunt of j tend. Reservations for dinner are due by tomorrow and should be made through Mrs. Wayne B. Hurse. Since this will be the annual birthday party dinner, each member is asked to bring a white elephant gift and to wear MULTIPLYING SHEEP an accessory indicative of her ; COLLEGE STATION , Tex. j natal month. -(VP1) — Scientists at Texas HARTLEY HILLSEN A&M University have discov- S N E A T RC FOR M SATURDAY > RED 3 * A >' T0 IN « EASE LHE National Association of Re- n " mber ° £ mUUip ' e b!rthS m sheep. Dr. A. M. Sorensen, head of i W T ' MAK€ f RIENDS Q—The bidding has been: South West North East 4 4 5f Double Pass You, South, hold: 4AKQJ9732 *2 43 4864 I What do you do? A — Pass. You have exaetly what you have advertised. TODAY'S QUESTIO.V Instead of doubling five hearts your partner bids live spades. East passes. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow tired Civil Employes will meet Saturday in the auditorium of , , . , , Yucaipa elementary school. ;the famm ." 1 hu sbandry depart-. Avenue D and California street. ment - sald e ^ es m J ccted at 1 p.m. A potluck dinner will gonadotripic hormone had ai. precede the business session at decided increase in number of] which time a report of the re- '« ms and triplets. The hor-j cent meeting in Santa Monica mone stimulates the ovaries to| will be presented. Members are produce more eggs and thus in-! nrfir ; n 4. pe . n r U nnrp f or urged to bring a prospective creases the chances of multiple I pr f C ° , ° cnance lur new member with them. fertilizations. i rebuttal. 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