Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 22, 1964 · Page 3
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ELIABETH ANNE PELFREY Breihan-Pelfrey July Wedding Plans Revealed A July wedding is planned by Auxiliary To Present$1000 To Hospital The members and guests attending the meeting of the Redlands Community Hospital Auxiliary Tuesday morning were informed by the president, Mrs. E. T. Tefft. that from the receipts of sales in the gift shop sponsored by the organization, the Auxiliary will be able to present its annual gift of $1,000 to the hospital at its board meeting on February 6th. Mrs. Oral Baker, parliamentarian, read the revisions of the by-laws to the group, which were voted on and carried. Mrs. John Hatfield was empowered to purchase a new baby scale!drive period will also receive a for the hospital nursery f r o m i "bonus", says Mrs. Lewis. By the Memorial Fund. An announcement was made by Mrs Winter Concert Assoc. Campaign Soon To Start Plans for the 1964-C5 Redlands Winter Concert Association season were introduced at a meeting of the Association's board members yesterday. Mrs. James C. Lewis, drive chairman, scheduled the drive to extend from March to the final concert to be presented April 22 by the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, Zubin Meh- ta conducting. Concert attendance next season will follow the same format as in recent years, requiring subscription to the entire series by enrolling as a member of the Association. New subscribers during the ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Bonnes Meres Speaker Notes Problems In Juvenile Delinquency Robert Best that an orientation class will be held on Tuesday, February 28 at 10 a.m. in the hospital lobby for members interested in the visitors' desk service. Mrs. George G. Gcelan intro Elizabeth Anne Pelfrey of Ana- j ^ed James Mizysak safety en heim and David Breihan of Redlands whose engagement is announced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pelfrey of Anaheim. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Breihan, 1333 College avenue. He graduated from Redlands High school in 1961 and was manager of the football and tennis teams. 11c is now a junior at Chapman College in Orange and vice president of his class. David is a business administration major and is also associated with Santa Ana Savings and Loan Association as an accountant. Elizabeth Anne is a graduate of Anaheim High school, Class of 1962. She is a sophomore at Chapman College and a member of Cardinal Keys, sophomore honor society. She is also class historian. July 11 is the date selected for the wedding. gineer, who showed a film, "Knowing's Not Enough," regarding general safety. The general meeting was preceded by a coffee hour, with Mrs. D. Ellis Crane as chairman, and assisted by Mmes. John K. Dunbar, Otto Kampmeier, C. A. Nash. L. B. Hammen. Stewart Wag ner and Elmer Haynes 'enrolling for the 1964-65 series, they will also be invited to attend the final concert of the current season at no charge insofar as seating permits. This will necessitate a "first come, first served" basis, Mrs. Lewis emphasizes, urging early enrollment for newcomers who are anxious to hear the April L. A. Philharmonic concert. "Guest Day" For Women Golfers Friday will be "Guest Day for women golfers at the Country Club. They will participate Members attending in addition >n a " tin whistle" tournament Chairmen Named For Yucaipa Rebekah Lodge Betty Vian, noble grand, ap pointed committee chairmen at the first meeting of the new term of Yucaipa Rebekah lodge Monday evening. They are Vera Pope, Lois Nelson, Dorothea Dolch. examining committee; Elizabeth Beswick, Jessie Gurney, Irene Hardwick, finance; Nora Mitchell. R o a n n Goodman. Alice Prozeller, Florence McNutt, pro-tern; Grace Mulula and Mrs. Hardwick, publicity; Mrs. Dolch, sunshine; Emma Smith, drill captain; Grace and Joseph Matula, Myra Benson and Mary Wedding, visit ing. Mrs. Dolch and Mrs. Hard wick are newly elected trustees and Vera Pope is past junior noble grand. Elsie York, district deputy grand matriarch of District 32. was introduced as was Virginia Currie, past noble grand and new associate member. A picture with a thank you note was received from the lodge's adopted girl at the Odd fellow Rebekah Children's home for her Christmas gifts. Mabel Cedergren, Heart Fund cchairman for Yucaipa Valley, invited members to meet at her home January 30 at 2 p.m. Mrs. Cedergren needs volunteers for the house-to-house canvas or to gift a benefit coffee hour or in any other way to aid the drive during February. A sewing project is being started by Mrs. Cedergren, vice grand, to make articles for. the Children's and Oddfellow-Re- bekah Homes. The first meeting will be at 1:30 January 29 at her home. Members with January birth days were honored with a birthday cake made by Gladys Hovanas. Mrs. Cedergren, Viola and Charles Haddock, Rose Grub and Alice and Lewis Sommers served refreshments. to those already named were: Mmes. Harold McMillen, Harold Moscr, Donald C. Clem, G. L. Schulte, Eugene Ball, Thorn- las Rundlc, Raymond Wilson, Howard Porter, John C. Boyd, Rex Kircher, Gerald G. Larsen, Fred G. Johnson, Harold Frazier, Edwin Hales. R o 11 a Whitman, William W. Glass. Curtis B. Woolfolk, S. R. Hotchkiss, Howard McPherson, Fred Sauers, Thomas Mayfield, Phil- hp B. Campbell, Brooke Sawyer, Gordon Pratt, Gene Wall; and Misses Barbara Johnson and Moyah Clark. Visitors attending were Mmes. Richard D. Daniels, Leslie Rogers Jr., Samuel U. Graham and Florence James. MAKE f R1ENDS A considerate date lets.a gfrl know whether to wear slacks or a cocktaij dress. the famous delicious blend of fine TEA with ORANGES and SWEET SPICE SAGE'S COMPLETE MARKET 450 L Cypress Ave. Redlands We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT. "I feel sorry for Mrs. Johnson, having to follow Mrs. Kennedy in the role of First Lady." That is the reaction of many women who admire — as most women do admire — the grace, the beauty, the youthful exuberance, the artistic temperament and the courage of Jacqueline Kennedy. It's a natural feminine reaction — for women tend to put themselves in another woman's place quite naturally. In "feeling sorry for Mrs. Johnson," what they are really thinking ing is, "I would hate to have to compete with the image of a woman so universally admired as Mrs. Kennedy." But no one reaily needs to feel sorry for Mrs. Johnson — any more than they needed to feel sorry for the young and seemingly shy Jacqueline Kennedy when she followed the gracious, mature, dignified, but cute-as-a- button Mamie Eisenhower into the White House. For the truth of the matter is that just as a man who assumes the responsibility and the burdens of the presidency usually grows in stature to meet the demands upon him, so does the partner who stands at his side. And there is no pattern a First Lady has to fit. Each brings to her position, and to the White House while it is her home, her own individuality, her own way of doing things, her own brand of charm, her own talents. She doesn't have to try to do things the way any of her predecessors have done things. From the moment she becomes the First Lady she doesn't follow — she leads. So no woman needs to feel sorry for Mrs. Johnson. She brings her own talents and gifts to the White House. And she will not for long be compared with any other First Lady. with strokes as they fall and eight points given for an eagle, six for a birdie, four for a par and two points for a bogey. President's Cup tournament pairings will be posted Thurs day noon in the locker room The first round is to be played January 31. Winners of last Friday's medal play tournament were: Class A—Mrs. Dan Smith, with a 91-17-74, tie for first with Mrs Madison Finlay, 89-15-74; Mrs. Charles Haseltine, 98-20-78, sec ond. Class B — Mrs. Edward Schindler, 97-23-74, first; Mrs Henry McCutcheon, 98-22-76, second; Mrs. Geneva Reiter, 99 21-78, third. Class C — Mrs. Richard Finch, 98-24-74, first; Mrs. Fred Heisner, 104-27-77 second; Mrs. Eugene W. Ma lone, 104-26-78, third. Class D — Mrs. Jasper Bailey, 106-29-75, first; Mrs. David Rogers, 116 38-78, and Mrs. Harold Moser, 110-32-78, tied for second. Retired People plan tours Some interesting trips and tours were announced by Sumner Farrar, tour chairman, at the business meeting of Yucaipa Chapter, American Association of Retired People. New on the A.A.R.P. agenda are a trip to Forest Lawn Memorial Park and the Huntington Art Gallery, scheduled for March 5; opening Dodger game against the Cards, April 14; Dodger-Giant game, May 2, and s i x - d a y Arizona-Utah tour starting May 10. The Arizona tour will include Sedona and the Red Rock Canyon, Flagstaff, Monument Valley, Moab, Utah, and Los Vegas, Nev. The tour will cover 1,842 miles and a 41-passenger bus has been reserved. Reservations for these and other A. A. R. P. trips can be made by contacting Farrar at 12361 4th street, Yucaipa, Space 15, phone 797-8606. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. AAUW Group Continues Study Of India To continue their study of India, international relations study section of AAUW met recently at the home of Mrs. Robert Fro muth, 1505 West Highland ave nue, with Mrs. Ann Ford Farran presenting the program. The geography, people, mu sic, art, goveernment and edu cation of the country were dis cussed. Mrs. John Gilson, a resident of Plymouth Village who has spent most of her life in India, demonstrated the proper way to wear a sari with Mrs. Alvin Fishman as her model. M r s Fishman, born in India of Mixs- sionary parents and herself a former missionary, also added interest to the program. Mrs. Berkeley Dillon, coordinator of the program for AA­ UW, was present and presented plans for the branch meeting in March in which the study section on the Orient and Occident will take part. Present were Mmes. Farran. Russell R. Rogers, Ethel Cowe, Dillon, Gilson. Fishman, Blanche Reese; and the Misses Clara Belle Ledahl, Helen E. Hazen. Marie Frost,Clara K. Dugan; and the hostess. MOONSHINERS BUSY NEW YORK (UPI) — Moon- shining has become big busi ness in the United States and it is estimated that more than 60 million gallons are annually and illegally produced, report Schenley Distillers. This equals about one-quarter of the registered industry volume. m Moo- no Hat o •thdar JANUARY 23 — Russell F. Wert* Fred Huffman David Davis Grant England Donald Hamilton Steve Burley Lerey Joseph Jan Art Noreross W. H. Ewert Ted Fletcher Wendell R. Young Don Van Wieren Richard Carlson Dr. San Sackett Victor Baker Kevin Mullins Neil Zeilenga Happy Birthday from ^ J. 1! E. Stat« Ph. PY 3-2S0S Inspector Komer Dyal was speaker at the Tuesday meeting of Bonnes Meres Auxiliary of the Children's Home Society, at the home of Mrs. Ray KeUsen 943 Walnut avenue. Mrs. James Smith introduced Mr. Dyal who is with the Juvenile Division of the Sheriffs Office, San Bernardino County. His talk was informative and stimulating. He also spoke of his grave concern regarding the de- Handy Ones When you buy a pair of handy plastic rainboots, look for the ones that have steel reinforcement in the heel. They will wear longer, especially if your shoes have thin heels. Q—The bidding has been: North East South West 3 4k Pass 4* Pass Pass Dble ? Yon, South, hold: *2 VAK76 •AK54 +J10 65 What do you do? A—Pass. The double indicates a bad spade break and while your raise to four spades was sound joa are not prepared for that break. TODAY'S QUESTION- Your partner opens lour spades. You hold: A None •MKQJ6 •KQJ105 +KQJ What do you do? Answer Tomorrow (dining respect for law-enforcement officers by the public. He warned that everyone should be concerned about this problem and work to correct it. Mrs. O. Vincent Masters, ways and means chairman, outlined plans for a "wig" project to culminate at the April meeting. Mrs. Edgar F. Losee announced the Associate Tea will be at the home of Mrs. James W. Simonds on March 2nd. Invitations will be sent to all associate members and prospective associate members. Mrs. Losee and Mrs. Les A. Platz assisted Mrs. Neilsen. Others attending were Mmes. Roy D. Bayly Jr., W. William Berkshire, John H. Boone, Ed ward M. Campbell. I. Hunter Crittenden, Allen Dangermond, Ralph Davis, John Hatfield, Rob ert S. Heim, Howard A. Hill, Harry G. John, Winslow S. Lincoln Jr., Edward McCluskey; John G. Montfort, Richard A. Mulligan. A. Gordon Reynolds, Ronald R. Rieke, Thomas L. Rundle, Norman R. Samuelson, L. J. Silberberger, Edward F. Taylor, Robert Van Roekel. Robert J. Wagner, Carl E. Suing, Masters and Smith. R.N.A. PALM CLUB MEETING Palm club. Royal Neighbors of America, will meet tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Jessie Heston, 621 Brookside ave- LEAVING ON TOUR - Gary Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Alexander, 10537 Coloma street, Loma Linda, is a member of the "Just Twenty-Plus Me" company, a revue starring Jane Powell, to tour the United States for 10 weeks playing theatres from Texas to the East Coast. A two-week Broadway run and a Carnegie Hall performance in New York City are included on the tour. Gary is a dancer, choreographer, singer and actor who has performed in this area with San Bernardino and Fontana Civic Light Opera groups, at Redlands Bowl, with the Riverside Opera and other groups. Since moving to Hollywood, he has performed with such stars as Debbie Reynolds, Elvis Presley, Ginger Rogers, Ann Blythe, Julie Andrews and others. Gary is a graduate of Redlands High school. Class of 1962. Redlands Daily Facts Wed., Jan. 22, 1964 - 3 Engineers Wives Plan Luncheon, Fashion Show Mrs. Loren Barnett and Mrs. Ernest W. Bennett of Redlands attended a Monday board meeting of Engineers Wives of Riverside and San Bernardino Counties in Riverside. It was planned at this time to sponsor a benefit luncheon and fashion show for the scholarship project, the affair to be March 7 at Azure Hills Country club. Mrs.Edward J. Peterson and Mrs. Raymond Fedorchak of Redlands will be among the fashion show models. AAUW Bridge Group Report Mrs. Fred Monroe, 221 South avenue, was hostess Monday evening to the AAUW bridge group with Mrs. Carroll Coons and Mrs. James H. Moore as co-hostesses. Mrs. Aster Monroe, mother-in- law of the hostess, was a guest. First prize went to Miss Nada Overland at the end of play with Mrs. A. D. Riedler as second prize winner. Others present were the Misses Helen Atkins. Ada Dietz, Ruth Foster. Mabel Inness. Clara Belle Ledahl and Mary Pew; and Mmes.Berkley Dillon. Robert Fromuth. S. S. Garland, George R. Hewey, Albert Koehler, William Nitterhouse, Blanche Reese and John C. Ser- DOWNTOWN REDLANDS 17x33 Overall. Sculptured Turnerwood Chippendale style openwork frame. Decorator's golden finish. 20x30 Overall. Oval shaped framed mirror. Polished anodized golden aluminum frame. Large brass ring hanger. 20 x 29 Overall. Sculptured Turnerwood openwork Chippendale style frame. Decorator's antique golden finish. DOWNTOWN REDLANDS CAN 8»NlHIMa SAN BERNARDINO RIVERSIDE REDLANDS Every Home Needs a Hoover A homemokers dream ... an economical housework helper that's al­ ways on the job ... a Hoover cleaner. Compact for storage . . . powerful for heavy duty cleaning ... or ideal for light housework. The Hoover Goes Anywhere Dirt Goes Handiest cleaner ever. So easy to operate, just put it over your shoulder . . . plastic shoulder strap . . . and turn the handy thumb switch on the front of the handle. Easy emptying filter bags of cloth fi^ and a powerful motor. v Model 2830 20 x 24 Overall. Sculptured Turnerwood openwork oval frame. Roman golden brushed finish. Slim line design with new high power motor, more portability . . . low on weight. Specially engineered tools ?4 %cfla 'i0 for more efficient cleaning. * ^mM*" Model 2000 Brighten Every Room with High Fashion Mirrors *14 M YOUR CHOICE These mirrors are made with clear, top grade sheet glass, produced by the Pennvernon process in a division of Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company. It has a brilliant unmarred surface on both sides and is freer of distortion than any other glass of its kind. Other mirrors in these same elegant frames sell for up to twice as much. See these exceptional mirror values today. GIFTWARES - BASEMENT - HARRIS' 1

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