Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 30, 1964 · Page 3
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DR. AND MRS. RICHARD ALLAN HYATT " Photo by Milton Golden, Riverside Hyatt-Ferrall Wedding Ceremony Conducted In Congregation Emanu El Over 200 eucsls were presentibride, and Bcnjaminc Susman last Sunday afternoon at 4 of Encino. o'clock when Jeanne YvonneL Rabbi ,. H " leI Colm VortormeA Ferrall. daughter of Mr. and |«ie nuptial ceremony and Mrs. Mrs. John Charters Ferrall, A1 ' cc , « ca " ck was organist. 1850 Bossmont drive, was mar- , . hull ,f s,, P' ,cr ,. was , s ?" cd , ried to Richard Allan Hyatt, j?"""* the reception held at M.D. in Congregation Emanuel, 1 ,ch San Bernardino Women s in San Bernardino. j cIub - Mrs - Ferra " Sreeted he _ . (guests wearing a pourde blue Mr Ferrall escorted h l si crcpe s , Jeath with jewc i cd neck . daughter to meet her bride-, ]ine and a corsage of pink cym . groom, son of Dr. and Mrs. lbidium orchids . Mrs Hyatt i Benson Hyatt of Encino Twoi chose an cmeraId grccn silk : large baskets of stock, gladioli uit comp i imentw i b v a cor- and chrysanthemums were used sage of vcIlow cvm bidiums. in floral decoration for the cere- „ " . „. ,. I During the reception, Claudia , , Cheatum of San Bernardino and Yvonne s wedding dress of Julic t - erraI | of orinda. both peau de soic. formal length. !cousins of , he i, ritie „. crc jn was fashioned with high-rise char „ c of the j, uest book bodice reminiscent of the Di-> , ... rcctoire period, dipping to a low' A,1 . 10n f ™ l<lln 7 w , rrc V in the back. Covering the »>ndc s grandparents Mrs. bodice was an overblouse of • ° ,m ( '; •j™ 1 "* of R«Hands. Alcncon lace trimmed will, M [: anil Mrs. George D. For- peau dc soie. The chapel length.™ 11 °/.,. If*™ an( t J,fr - . and train fell gracefully in an in- 11 "- Ulf B:,rne 1 °f * cw " verted pleat. i'l 0, " ,: an,] 'T sreataunt Airs. .„ .„ .,. -Harvey Harleson of Clinton, Layers of silk illusion veiling Mo Coming from Port i an d, were attached to a pillbox of 0rp was M grand . Alencon lace covered with fa „ lcr of thc bri degroom. Other pearls, thc veil worn back '^relatives of the bridegroom also Y-Teen "Slaves" Out For Hire This Saturday Some "slaves", (seventh grade Y-Teens at Cope Junior High school), are still available to assist Redlands housewives with their Saturday chores, it was announced today. The February 1st fund-raising project has been planned by the girls in this unique manner. They offer to help with housework or yard work (weed pulling, for instance), and many are particularly interested in baby-sitting. Two girls will work at the combined price of SI per hour for housework. Baby sitting price is fifty cents per hour for one girl. The girls will be available between the hours of 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Saturday. Arrangements for their help may be made by calling the YWCA, 793-2957 ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Study Group For Kimberly Parents Starts First in a series of three parent study groups sponsored by Kimberly P.T.A. was conducted Tuesday morning in the multi purpose room of the school. After coffee and rolls were served by Mrs. Harry C. Claflin and Mrs. Laurance A. Hurley, Mrs. Donald F. Billhardt introduced the speaker, Mrs. Inge McDanicI. Mrs. McDanicI. child psychol ogist and widely known speaker in this area, considered in her talk thc disciplining of a child, how parents can improve sibling relationships and helping children to develop a sense of responsibility. She stressed the fact that the child does develop an image of himself and that parents help create this image. If care is not taken, she pointed out, a distorted image will be created. Mrs. McDaniel told of the need for parents to emphasize the child's good points and not to over-stress his faults. Parents should strive for a good balance of love and control in the home, she concluded. Over 50 parents attended this first meeting and a question and answer period followed Mrs. McDaniel's talk. medieval fashion. The brid- came f rom orcon. al boquet was a cascade ol, phalaneopsis orchids and hyacinths with Fench ivy. Mary Heifrin, formerly of Redlands and now of Fresno J was maid of honor, wearing a j silk faille sheath, in a shade' Leafing for her wedding trip to Carmcl, the bride wore a blue Italian knit with embroidery trim in white and accessories to match. Most recently employed by a of soft yellow, with oversHrt> h >' sician ! n Beverly Hills. In sapphire blue sheaths with^ vonne , ma ^ , m nu ™ n S at overskirts were thc three;"'^.^cCity College after at- birdesmaids, Janet Dale Wil-,> endl "S University in son of Redlands. Mrs. Gary! Deca < ur - 1 »•• »*crc shewas a i member of Pi Beta Phi soror- Adams (Jane Flanncry) and! Judy Citso, both of Los Angeles. Their headpieces were taffeta, roses with bouffant veils. The! ity. She is a 1960 graduate of Redlands High school. Dr. Hyatt received his M.D. • .... i-,„. I,„I,I ., from thc California College of honor attendant held a cascade. . . . ._„„•„„ ° • :„ t vi \ ra n<; nn c „ HII , caiii Medicine in Los Angeles and is of blue carnations with salal foliage while the bridesmaids flowers were green carnations. Little Jeanne Cheatum of San Bernardino, cousin of thc bride. 1 • was flower girl and wore a frock I of white taffeta and organza with lace over-blouse, similar; to the bride's. Her floral ar-' rangement was a miniature of the bridal cascade. Steven Weis of Encino, childhood friend of the bridegroom, attended him as best man. ' Ushers were Donald Hyatt, brother of the bridegroom; John C. Ferrall III, brother of thc now practicing in North Hollywood, lie took his pre-med training at U.S.C. We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT. So many mothers who look for faults in their sons' wives are really prompted by, "somebody else is taking my place." The fact is, it isn't pleasant for a mother to see another woman become all-important to her son. When a woman refuses to We Specialize in >: admit the truth of that, ... _ , _ . jishe tries to fool herself bv "dis- All Types of Permanent J !covcrmg .. {laws in her daugn . Waves and Tints * ter-in-law—the way she dresses, BRUSH BACK Permanent | ln ^ sem0ark a lakcs earcoftlie Special $4.50 J It doesn't take long for her _ ... } to convince herself that Jim No Setting Necessary , married (he Qne g . rf jn ^ Mpntnnp Rpatitv ^hon * world wh0 was wron s ior him - nemuiie Deauijr oiiupj that evervthing wouId have ; 1870 Mentone Blvd. Mentone < bcen j ust dandv if nc had mar . Open Evening, ^ A ppt. Only J (ricd , nc rigM girl * -./:....„. ..,-„»: Once she has convinced her- Local Beta Sigma Phis At Council Session Five Redlands women were among 186 Beta Sigma Phi members entertained at breakfast Sunday by the Imperial Valley Council at the Barbara Worth Country Club in El Centra. They were Mmes. Harold Rascher, Irvin Argleben, Donald Demaree, Emro H. Griffin Jr. and Mary Johnson, all members of Xi Kappa Alpha exemplar chapter. Theme of the breakfast was "Swiss Swing" with decorations, favors and costumes of the hostess chapters in keeping with the theme. Special guest was Helen Keel. 17-year-old exchange student from Basel. Switzerland, in the United States under sponsorship of thc American Field Service. Entertainment was pro- jvided by a group of children ! performing Swiss folk dances, j Nomination for Council offices were announced with Mrs Rascher of Redlands a nomi nee for thc office of recording secretary of Mission California Council. The next breakfast is planned for March 15 at Azure Hills Country club. SAUY YATES - OWNER? self of that, a mother-om-Iaw can blame everything on the daughter-in-law. She can blame everything from the fact that her son is so absorbed in his new life that he seems neglectful of his parents, to his working too hard, to not getting ahead fast enough. And that is how most dislike of a daughter-in-law gets started. The woman who is more hon est with herself faces thc fact early that it may be a little hard to put her son's happiness into another woman's keeping, but that she has to make thc best of it. And that the way to make the best of it is to look for her daughter-in-law's good qualities, and to try to be friends with her. By this positive thinking she will gain not only that most cherished of relationships, a true friend, but a daughter. Q—The bidding has been: West North East Sooth IV Pass Pass Dble Pass 2* Pass 2V Pass 3+ Pass ? Yon, South, bold: 4KJU087 VA «K5«3 *AQ6 What do you do? A—Pass. Ton have forced your partner to bid twice and he baa shown no strength at all. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding three clubs your partner goes to two spades over your two hearts. What do you, do now? Answer Tomorrow Polka Parade Duo Evening Auxiliary Julie Hand and Phil Gray, talented team from television's "Polka Parade", will present a (sparkling and colorful program j next Monday for the Evening Auxiliary to the Contemporary Club at the club's annual "Guest Night". The entertaining duo will sing and dance, displaying many changes of costume. Both stars have broad backgrounds in classical music, light opera, and group singing. Miss Hand, originally from San Bernardino, has been the star of the "Polka Parade" for the past five years and records for Capital Records. Phil Gray has been with the polka program for the past year and is also a versatile entertainer. He has appeared throughout the country on the stage and in clubs and has been seen in several movies. He has made rec- To Entertain Monday ords for Capital, Columbia and Decca. Included in the "Guest Night" program will be semi-classical and musical comedy favorites, spirituals and special numbers. Mrs. Lilah Hand, Julie's mother, provides the accompaniment for the singers and performs while Julic and Phil make costume changes. Club members are reminded to make dinner reservations for their guests by tomorrow, with Mrs. Wayne B. Hurst. Footlighter Mystery-Comedy Tryouts Tonight Four men and three women, comprising the cast of "A Shot in the Dark", are needed for the Footlighter production of the mystery-comedy, their I fourth show of t h e current | season. I Jodi Lugo will direct the play for which try-outs are scheduled for 7:30 this evening in the Grove Theatre on Vine streets. The men and women in the cast represent a varied age group. Persons interested in little theatre work are invited to attend the try-outs. Mentone Club Women Attend Membership Tea Mrs. C. F. Crawford, a former school teacher in Michigan, gave a program of poems and read the "Legend of the Dogwood tree" at the Mentone] Women's club membership tea Tuesday in the clubhouse. Mixed flowers and greenery decorated the tea table while other tables featured the! i "Christmas" rose. Pouring were Mrs. H. M. Crosthwaite Sr. and Mrs. Mayme Chamberlain. Mrs. Joseph Harriott gave the devotion. j Mrs. John Dayton Sr. reported that Mmes. R. E. Redlands Daily Facts Thurs., Jan. 30, 1964 - 3 Sams, M. C. Crawford, Robert Fraizer. Stanley Goodman and Samuel Wright attended the art festival last week at the Redlands Contemporary club. The state board meeting at the Mission Inn in Riverside was announced. Tea hostesses Tuesday were Mmes. Hugh Kirby, I. Purl Fleming and Harriott. Others present were Mmes. John McCormick. Dayton, Sams, Crawford, Julius M. Friderich, Ethel Marquardt, Hurl Robinson, Crosthwaite. Lulu Poulson, Joseph Monroe. D. C. Adams, Curtis Simmons; and guests, Mmes. Oscar Heck. Chamber- Iain, Pearl Pidlubny and George D. Weyrick. Duplicate Bridge Winners Seven tables took part in yesterday's duplicate bridge game at the YMCA. North-South winners were Mrs. Harold Hope and Lyle Kennedy, first; Mrs. Peter Preda and Mrs. Charles Gray, second: Mrs. Luther Fowler and Mrs. Geneva Reiter. third. East-West winners were Mrs. Sig Kriegsman and Mrs. E. D. Patterson Jr.. first; Mrs. Geraldine Wright and Mrs. Ray Keim, second; Mrs. Neva Pow- ; ers and Mrs. Max Starr tied: for third with Mrs. Mildred Wil- j son and Mrs. Orville Hayward.l There will be an Open Pairs! Championship tournament Sun-i day at 7 p.m. at the YMCA. i If You want Your Child to have the finest of Educational Opportunities . . . PHONE 793-3063 Ask for Mr. Brandlon, Headmaster VALLLEY PREPARATORY SCHOOL Kindergarten through 8th Grade FRIDAY, One Day Only! Broken Assortments! No Mail or Phone Orders! No COD or Lay-Aways! Assorted black kitchen tools, reg. 99c 5 pc. card table set, reg. S18.88 Detecto boudoir chair, reg. $9.98 Detecto hampers, reg. $14.98 Housewares Reduced 49* $12.98 $6.99 y 3 oFF Odds and Ends of Housewares '/ 3 to Va Off HOUSEWARES - BASEMENT - HARRIS' China, Giftwares Clears China snack sets, gold and platinum £5 90 band, reg. $4.98 ^J.^A Grindlay English china 45 pc. set in Serenade, Happiness and First Love, COO fifi reg. $39.98 -^aW .OO Noritake Berry Time china OP. 45 pc. set, reg. $49.98 ^07.70 CHINA, GIFTWARES - BASEMENT - HARRIS' Remnants £ Off Many desirable fabric lengths for dresses, blouses, skirts, linings and children's wear. Be early for best selection. YARDAGE - STREET FLOOR Big Pre-lnventory Sale! Daytime and Casual Dresses Vi Off Reg. S6.98 _ $3.49 Reg. $11.93 . $5.99 Reg. $12.98 $6.49 Reg. $14.98 $7.49 Reg. $15.98 $7.99 Reg. $17.98 $8.99 Hurry! don't miss these wonderful savings on daytime and casual dresses. Choose from prints, double knits, cotton and spun rayons in dark and light shades. Come early for best selection. Misses and half sizes. PIN MONEY SHOP - 2nd FLOOR Final Clearance of Beautiful Coats and Suits / O to II Off Regularly $29.95 to $199.95 Savings galore on these outstandingly beautiful coats and suits. But don't delay, be early . . . limited assortment. Includes suedes, cotton corduroys and woolens. WOMEN'S COATS AND SUITS 2nd FLOOR Cosmetic Items Reduced Assortment of discontinued items \ priced to clear ... • COSMETICS - STREET FLOOR Sportswear Reduced to Clear Vi Price Reg. $6.98 to $69.98 Don't miss these tremendous savings on better sportswear! Be early for there is one of a kind items . . . knit suit, car coat, sweaters, blouses and a few skirts. SPORTSWEAR— 2nd FLOOR-HARRIS' Hosiery Special Month-end sale on slippers in white, black, beige, golden. Sizes S-M-L-XL. $199 Reg. $2.99 • HOSIERY - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' End of Season Millinery Clearance Wonderful savings on hats for every occasion. Flattering felts, fabrics, and novelty hatlets . . . slashed to clear. S2-S4-S6 MILLINERY - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Odds and Ends Sportswear Regular $2.98 to $14.98 Hurry! drastic reductions in sportswear, broken sizes, styles and colors. SPORTSWEAR - 2nd FLOOR Odds and Ends Neckwear Choose from the wonderful savings on odds and ends of neckwear and ]/- PRICE accessory items ' NECKWEAR - STREET FLOOR Junior Sportswear Price Girls' Wear to Clear ito JL 2 Off Savings on cotton flannel pajamas, panties, sportswear, dresses and one- of-a-kind items. Reg. $1.98 to $6.93. GIRLS' WEAR - 2nd FLOOR 2 Foundation to Clear Final clearance of odds and ends of bras, girdles and foundations. Girdles and panty girdles, Sof; 95 . 10 . $2.00 t0 $14.95 Famous name bras, reg. S3.00 $1.99 FOUNDATIONS - 2nd FLOOR Reg. $2.98 ta $10.98 Blouses, skirts, and sweaters reduced to clear. Be early for best selection. JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR - 2nd FLOOR Nylon Tricot Lingerie 'A to '/3 Off Savings, savings savings ... on slips, petticoats, panties, gowns, pajamas, and peignoir sets. Broken sizes and colors. Reg. $3.00 to $21.95. LINGERIE - 2nd FLOOR Men's Furnishings Eoxed sox . . . stretch nylon, initialed CI OO reg. $4.00 a box ^1.77 Sport shirts, short and long sleeve, assorted colors, broken sizes, \ /_ OFF reg. $4.95 to $8.95 /Z Famous maker boxer shorts, assorted OQ< fancy patterns, broken sizes, reg. $1.50—77* MEN'S FURNISHINGS - STREET FLOOR Terrific Jacket Buy! Boys' jackets in an assortment of styles and colors. £0 QQ Broken sizes ^Q «77 BOYS' WEAR - STREET FLOOR rairgr:-: MOT've£T>~> ;- .n^yJWHW*" »u» i.'WII USE HAUUS' OPTIONAL CIEDIT FUK N. B— fmt— ••'•>'• Cfc»r. 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