Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 23, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, January 23, 1964
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ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor SORORITY GIFT — Money raised from their rummage sale and the Jubilee parade refreshment booth was used by members of Zeta Lambda chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority, to purchase a duplicating machine needed by Redlands Day Nursery. Presenting the gift are, from left, Mrs. Edwin M. Brose, philanthropic chairman; Mrs. George Dilthey, Nursery director who accepted it, and Mrs. Harry W. Dunham, chapter president. Mrs. Dale L. Ferguson is ways and means chairman. (Redlands Daily Facts photo) Puchalski-Smith Wedding Planned For June 14 Planning a June 14th wedding in Idyllwild are Trudy Smith of that community, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mills, and Edward Puchalski, son of Sir. and Mrs. Leo J. Puchalski, 1884 1 Mentone boulevard. • >• Their engagement was announced at a recent party at the Puchalski home. The bride-elect is a senior at Hemet Union High School this year. Her fiance is a graduate of Redlands High school and attended San Bernardino Valley ICollege. He is currently enrolled I at the Radio Operational Engineering School in Burbank. Ed- jdie is a member of the popular JTrtiants Combo. U.C.W. Board Luncheon Guests Of President Mrs. F. A. Greeley, president, entertained the executive committee of Redlands United Church Women at a luncheon Tuesday at her home on Sunset drive. Officers for 3964 are Mrs. Greeley, president; Mrs. Henrietta Freeman, vice president; Mrs. C. L. Flick, secretary; Mrs. Edward Lagerquist, treasurer: Mrs. Donald Fairchild, World Day of Prayer chairman; Mrs. Jaime Quinones, May Fel lowship Day chairman; Mrs William Hacker, leadership chairman. Mrs. Rolla L. Whitman, public relations; Miss Rowcna Bedford, subscriptions to "The Church Woman;" Mrs. A. W. Meens, membership committee chairman, and Miss Elizabeth Hidden, nominating committee chairman. Plans for the year's activities include World Day of Prayer February 14 at University Methodist church. Mrs. Meens reported 15 member women's socieities and seven cooperating societies. Mrs. Greeley attended the annual meeting of United Church Women of Southern California- Southern Nevada on January 16 a t Presbyterian Conference grounds. Pacific Palisades, and the following day at First Methodist church in Santa Monica. Mrs. Murdoch MacLeod, general director of U.C.W. from New York City, gave the principal address titled "The Church Ecumenical — Its Ministries," in which she stressed the need to be alert to needs of undeveloped people and the preservation of human digniity as we share with them our faith and resources. Chaparral Poets Elect Officers Grace Purccll w a s elected president of the San Bernardino chapter of Chaparral Poets Tuesday during the meeting at San Bernardino city library. Peggie (Mrs. Thomas H.) Jay of Redlands was elected vice president and publicity chairman; Marguerite Stanley, secretary and treasurer; and Helen Ray Palmer, corresponding secretary. Original New Year poems were read by the group, after which Delia Wendt Willis spoke on her recent trip to Switzerland. Italy. France, Egypt and the Holy Land. She also showed stone specimens from the Dead Sea. Members attending were, Mmes. Mary Baker Wing, Ethel 1 Art Students Invited To Enter Contest For the eleventh year, the Hallmark Card Company and the General Federation of Women's Clubs arc sponsoring an art contest for high school seniors. This year's theme is "Strength, the Arm of Liberty". The medium can be oil, water color, pastel or mixed. Entries are due by February 25 and further information may be obtained from Mrs. Robin L. Welker, 792-4366, fine arts chairman of the Junior Women of the Contemporary club. All senior high school, academy or private school students are eligible to enter the contest through their State Federation of Women's Clubs art talent contest. Scholarships will be awarded to national winner toward tuition or fees to any approved art school or college. First prize is SI,000, second is S750 and third is $600. Since 1953, the first year of the contest, more than 1,500 young people have participated. Hallmark has presented scholar' ships to 30 students from 21 states spanning the nation including Alaska. Mary Wheeler New Guardian Council Leader Mrs. Mary Wheeler of Redlands was elected and installed president of the Inland Empire Guardian Council Association of the International Order of Job's Daughters, at last evening's As sociation meeting in Riverside. Other new officers installed were George Meeks of Palm Springs, advisor: Mrs. Marjorie Bellot, Montclair, first vice president; Mrs. Sara Kit son, Hesperia, second vice presi dent; Mrs. Marie Allen. Riverside, recording secretary; Mrs. Janice Billings, San Bernardino, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Evelyn McNutt. Corona, treasurer; Verdon Hexon, Barstow, chaplain, and Joe Wcatherwax. Riverside, guard. Mrs. Thelma Childs of Fontana. retiring president, was installing officer, assisted by Mrs. Madge Lowry of San Bernardino, a past president. Accompanying Mrs. Wheeler to the meeting were her husband. Perry Wheeler, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Daun. Cochrane, Hazel Treible. Pat Welchel. Purccll. Jay. Willis: and the Misses Marguerite Stanley and Helen Palmer. Guests were Neeli Cherry and Katherine Harris. Franklin School Faculty Honors Mrs. D. Ewing Mrs. Donald R. Ewing was honored after school on Monday by faculty members of Franklin school where she has taught for 5 years. A shower was given for Mrs. Ewing at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Charles M. Gruber, 1313 College avenue. Garden flowers arranged throughout the house included camellias, narcissus, blue daisies, delphinium and calendulas. Gifts were placed around a large blue and white stork. Guests were the Misses Barbara Anderson, Doris Brewer. Mary Geiger and Frances Roush; Mmes. Dwight Cate. Thomas McGowan. Cornelius DeGraaf Jr., Arthur Boesc, David Johnson, Albert Koehler, George Miner, Gretchcn Nance. David Sawyer and Earl Uber: Principal Don Mcintosh, the honoree and the host and hostess. Dr. and Mrs. Gruber. Gifts were also received from faculty members Robert C Blank and Donald Radtke. E. T. Stones Welcomed By Sr. Citizens Redlands Senior Citizens club wlecomed Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stone of Redlands as new members during their monthly potluck luncheon meeting Friday at the YWCA. Guests of the day were Mrs. Walker J. Saupe and Chester G. Wright, also of Redlands. The club is anticipating Senior Citizens Day at the Orange Show this year. Club meetings are conducted every Friday at 1 p.m. at the YWCA. 16 East Olive avenue. Annual dues are resonable and allow men and women over 50 years of age to enjoy the afternoons arranged for their enjoyment. Cards and other games provide entertainment for many and others enjoy visiting during the afternoon. Q—The bidding 1 has been: North East South West 4 A Pass ? You, South, hold: 4 None VAKQJ6 •KQJ105+KQJ What do you do? A—Pass. Ton have > tremendous hand, but the opponents surely hold two aces so there is no slam. TODAY 'S QUESTION You pass and West doubles. What do you do row? Answer Tomorrow Ross Maddox associated with Hinerman, Jeweler for 22 years, takes pleasure in announcing the purchase from Mrs. Rose Hinerman of the jewelry store bearing her name at 109 Orange St., Redlands which will continue to be operated as Hinerman, JEWELER and shall be guided by the fine policies of the past 29 years NEW RE m GLASGwiV. Scutldiid i L I'I i— Forty girl students at the -Scottish College of Commerce Wednesday claimed a world's record when they all squeezed into a family car. FORESTERS CHANGE MEETING DATE The monthly officer's meeting of Court 1206. Independent Order of Foresters, is being .-hanged from the first to the second .Monday of every month. The meeting place will remain at the Security Bank building in Yucaipa. CDA Past Regents Meet Past Grand Regents club of Catholic Daughters of America. '.o[ which Mrs. Rocco Posco oi ! Redlands is president, met recently at the San Franciscan in San Bernardino. After the meeting, attended by past grand regents from courts in Riverside and San Ber-^ nardino counties. Mrs. Leo Depweg of San Bernardino, chair-', man for the occasion, showed* films taken in the Hawaiian: Islands during her recent visit there. Mrs. John Cenkner and Miss Mary Alma Hyman also at-' tended from Redlands. The next meeting is scheduled for April in Fontana. Golden Agers Meet Tomorrow An open invitation to men and women over the age of 50 is extended by the Mentone Golden Age club to attend their Thursday meetings at 1 o'clock in the Mentone Woman's clubhouse on Tourmaline avenue. Mrs. H. II. Constant, president, announced at the last meeting that she had been asked by the Health Association to be chairman of the TB unit due in Mcnt-ne February 4. Mrs. Con- strr" asked for volunteers to assi-' iier in this project. Mmes. D. C. Adams. John McCormick: and Joseph Harriott will assist! Mrs. Constant. i Redlands Daily Facts Thurs., Jan. 23, 1964 - Z Assisteens To Sponsor Fashion Show And Tea Under the guidance of Mis s Lynda Nicholson of The Harris Company, details for a fashion show and tea were discussed at the January meeting of Assis­ teens at the home of Susan and Diane Leake, 1821 Rossmont drive. The affair is scheduled for February 8 at the Country Club from 2 to 4 o'clock. Tickets are available from Assisteens mem bers. Members also voted to under take a handcraft project in the form of a purse for people who use crutches. The program was an informal talk on tea etiquette by Mrs. Melvin E. Haas and Mrs. A. Leslie Richardson. I The next meeting will be at the home of Candy Leonard. MUSIC TEACHERS TO HOST STATE MTA Local music teachers spearheading plans for the July convention of the California Music Teachers Association in Redlands include Margaret Dow. local convention chairman: Helen Daun. branch president: Edith Jankay, chairman of advertisements for the program booklet: Vera Van Loan, branch 'Want A Slave? ! Call The YWCA Housewives who would enjoy the services of a "slave" on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. need only to telephone the YWCA and place their requests. Cope 7th grade Y-Teens have planned this special -. "Slave Day" to earn funds for their club treasury. They will do all kinds of housework for their "owners" during the specified hours or. Saturday. Committee chairmen appointed for this project are i Susie Fallows and Bettina Barnett. telephone; Linda West, transportation, and Charlotte Brecke. publicity. A club letter is being prepared to go to a Y-Teen club in England. On the committee appointed to write the letter are Debby Van Roekel, Pam Alexander, Kathy Hawes, Laurie Corwin and Janis Crawford. Donna Break is president of this club. "Tips for Baby Sitters" is the topic on which Mrs. Betty Osbun will speak at the next meeting. 9 a.m. Wednesday at Cope Junior High school. treasurer: Margaret Pierce, Geneva Mills. Muriel Spelman, Vera Beatty, Hazel Robb. Kath- irvn James and Mary Evelyn G'olz. I SAN BERNARDINO : 5 / ' RIVERSIDE [ ! V"">i""^V. REDLANDS n . : \:.! T >^ The Fabulous FortreP Barnsville USA Shirtdress New and Now New, in Town ... Now at Resorts It's pack and go ... in any one of these pretty styles of Fortrel^ . . , celanese polyester and cotton blend, the fiber that keeps its promise. 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