Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 31, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Friday, January 31, 1964
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mSS JOSEPHINE RE AY Society Editor Prominent Artists To Exhibit In I BEST SELLERS Lyon Gallery Show Opening Sunday' Compiled By Publishers. Weekly Jr. High PTA Unit To Meet Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Jan. 31, 1964 - 3 Kelly Dunn Has Birthday Party Fiction Composed around the themelthe teaching staff at Scripps. ^HE GROUP — Mary Mc-' Redlands Junior High PTA "Awareness", a show of majorjciaremont Colleges and the Losj Carthy iunit will meet Tuesday at 7:30 Sunday P at a ' y p a nT S in the Lyon' ngClCS C ° Un,y Art Institutc - I 1 ™ 3 VENETIAN AFFAIR - ; p.m. in Grace Mullen auditor- Kelly Dunn, son of Mr. and Art Gallery"at Smiley library Miss Ford is notcd for her IIeIcn MacInncs : ium. Individual class discussion Mrs. John Dunn. 670 East Palm Rhea (Mrs. Davis) Apple-! an ' m . a ' scu 'P ture and was fea- THE SHOES OF THE FISHER- groups will be conducted by avenue, celebrated his 7th birth- University of [ ^^ n ^ scC ™:<____ M ^.-.: Mo ™ s _* Vcst . . counselors of each grade level, day at a party at hi, home y*r' * MAKF f RIFNDS white, former will ty Fair last fall. Miss Strong THE LIVING REED — Pearl. studied the art of weaving in Redlands art instructor, give a short gallery talk and critique at 2 o'clock. The show will be open daily from 2 to p.m. with the exception of-S^ry committee is hanging; OTlara Thursdays and Saturdays 'be show. jON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET s ",'u K "£f - was a >°"'Pop tree. Jacki Dunn Mr. Kuntz is scheduled to' SERVICE - Ian Fleming " *" as announced (hat the.KJ- ;assisled Mrs Dunn a talk, with colored slides, ICE STATION ZEBRA—Alistair'^ versus Lope Junior High Gue3ts werc Johnny Honorary life memberships Tuesdav afternoon. Sweden. She lives in niverside, CARAVANS _ Jamcs Mjchcncr ^|| ^"SdrmofhcTSu Y ° UnS 8 " eS,S CnJ ° yCl ' ^ Mrs. Kenneth Morse of the THE HAT ON THE BED-John be hosresses molncrs and outdoor games during the ..... ,. u i party. The table centerpiece At this weeks board meeting. it was announced that the Cable. i give through February 23, Oil painters Karl Benjamin,:<>••- - — -. —V„,I.».K-H ~ .. n u. Roger Kuntz and Jay Car- m the gallery on February 12' MacLean school basketball game uiU be Krnt Rjchards _ Susic NeIson michael; sculptress Betty Day at 7:30 p.m. The public is in- THE BATTLE OF THE VILLA P \^f today in the boys gym enport Ford, enamelist Mar- Kited to attend for a "free will"| FIORITA — Rumer Godden; 3 ' Ine n 'S" school garet Barlow' and weaver Vera donation, as ticket sales are not THE SCENT OF WATER — EI Avoid the professional moocher. If Hank Kirchner. Marilyn Leach.; enough people SOV no. Freddy Casebolt. Greg Barlow. i_._ „. , u MR, AND MRS. TIMOTHY PAUL SCHMAIZ Photo by Alden Bouemel Sandra Sandeffer And Bridegroom Timothy Schmalz On Honeymoon A wedding trip up the coast]church organ and accompanied to San Francisco followed the I the soloist, Mrs. James Glan wedding last Saturday evening!villc. of Sandra Pauline Sandeffer, daughter of the Joe Sandeffers, 2069 Salerno avenue, Mentone. and Timothy Paul Schmalz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Schmalz of Delta, Colo. The nuptials were solemnized at 6 o'clock in Sacred Heart church with the pastor. Rev. Henry Keane, officiating. Pink and white werc the colors notcd in church decoration with baskets of pink and white gladioli in the sanctuary and aranged in altar vases. White satin pew bows marked the cen ter aisle. An accent of pink was also chosen by the bride, who carried an arrangement of pink Elfe roses. Her white Alencon lace dress with tulle over taffeta was formal length, designed with fitted bodice appli- qued with seed pearls. Front panels were of lace and tulle. Side and back tiers of lace flowed from the waist to form a chapel train. Her fingertip length veil of illusion was secured to a crown i of seed pearls. Mr. Sandeffer escorted his daughter to the altar. Judy Bradley of Highland was maid of honor and Cheryl Sandeffer, sister of the bride, and Beverly Adama of Redlands were bridesmaids. Their sheath dresses were of pink satin, designed with bell skirts and with Dior rose at the waist. They wore little white fabric hats and the honor attendant's flowers were white carnations and pink Elfe roses, aranged in a nosegay, while the bridesmaids' were pink and white carnations. Flower girls were Debra Sandeffer. sister of the bride, and Sherry Sinner, niece of Ihe bridegroom. Randy Richardson was ring bearer. Best man was Francis Schmalz while Craig Payton. Danny Sheetz. Tom Sinner and Ray Richardson ushered. Mrs. Ken Jennings was at the The approximately 150 wed ding guests later attended the reception in the parish hall Mrs. Sandeffer wore a peacock Manuel;blue brocade suit with black accessories and Mrs. Schmalz wore a dark blue floral print jersey sheath with black accessories. The newlywcds plan to live in this area. The bridegroom is employed by Orinda Construction Company as foreman of foundations. He attended Olathe (Colo.) high school. His bride attended Redlands High school and has been active in Redlands Job's Daugh tcrs. Strong will be featured. Karl Benjamin, a former Redlands resident and University of Redlands alumnus, is an ab stract classicist who is represented in several museum collections internationally. At present, he lives in Claremont. Miss Charmichael. a creative painter noted for her dynamic use of color, is a Pasadena resident and has a gallery in La guna Beach. Mr. Kuntz is Smiley Cubs Earn Awards Awards werc presented to Cubs of Smiley school's Pack 11 Wednesday evening during the meeting at the school. Lou Agrc. Scout Master, presented awards to Michael Conn Peter Dykstra. John Frisbey. James E. Hathaway, Tim K r a n t z. Wayne Matthews David Reeves, Michael Otto. Jamie Spry, Larry Agre, Phil Berger, Eric Chunn, Paul Dally Tommy Edison, John Vogt-Nil sen, Dick Posey, Brian Smith Garry Barrou. Doug Johnson, John Perry, Stephen Smith, Danny Whitmer, Robert Dally, Jon Dean, John Idle, Billy Wcndt, Mark Whitmer, Stephen Stewart. Mike Free, Walter Hooghwinkle, David Penn David Myers, Lance Orwig. Mike Lake, Den Chief of Den 9, earned his Eagle Scout Badge at this time. Pack II will arrange a window display at the Security First National Bank, to be ready for February 7. With the exception of two Cubs, all Dens received 100 per cent in their uniform inspection. allowed at the gallery. lizabeth Goudge Plans are being made for the Randy Bailey. Terry KarnHm !]? maV eventually ?Oy student talent show March 20. iShawver. and Tia Madsen. ' n |s OWn Way. Group seeks to stop spread of desert LONDON (UPI) — A 36-man international group will leave for Morocco next month to discuss ways of halting the spread of the Sahara Desert. Richard St. B a r b e Baker, founder of the Men of Trees movement, advocated tree planting to stop the Saharan advance. He said the desert was spreading at Ihe rate of 30 miles a year on a 2,000 - mile front. Q—The bidding has been: West North East Sonth IV Pass Pass Dole Pass 2+ Pass 2 V Pass 2 A Pass ? You, South, hold: 4KJ1087 *A •K543 +AQ6 What do you do? A—Bid four spades; Even It your partner- only has three spades you shonld have a play for this contract. TODATS atJESTION You bid four spades and your partner goes to live clubs. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow JUDITH CHESTNUT David Finfrock, Santa Rosa Girl To Wed In June Adventist Services Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chestnut of Santa Rosa announce the engagement of their daughter, Judith, to David Finfrock. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Finfrock, 1331 Sapphire avenue, Mentone. Plans arc being made for a June wedding in Santa Rosa. The bride-elect, now employed by the F.B.I, in San Francisco, formerly attended Simpson Bible College in that city. Her fiance, now in his fourth year of study at Simpson Bible college, is a native of Redlands nd graduated from Redlands High school in 1960. He is the grandson of Mrs. Ralph Finfrock of Mentone and the late Dr. Finfrock. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads REDLANDS SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST 520 Brookside avenue Elder Ben L. Hassenpflug Sabbath school 9:30. Morning worship 10:50. MENTONE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST 1144 Olivine. Melvin Turner, pastor. Sabbath school, 9:30. Morning worship 11:00. THE UNIVERSITY SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Corner Central and Sao Ber nardino streets, Loma Linda. Charles W. Teel, pastor. Saturday services, 9:15, Sab bath school. Worship service. 10:50. Vespers, Saturday afternoon LOMA LINDA SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST HILL CHURCH \V. K. Chapman, pastor. H. E. Beltz Jr., associate pastor. Sabbath school, 9:30 Saturday. Young people, 7:30 p.m. Fri day. Services translated for the deaf. YUCAIPA SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST 35225 Ave. A (at Adams) Lawrence Scott, pastor. Sabbath school 9:30. Morning Worship, 10:50 Saturday. Missionary Volunteers, 8:00 p.m. (Friday). HOW TO INVEST ADULT EDUCATION CLASS OPEN DISCUSSION OF: COMMON STOCKS . . . MUTUAL FUNDS INVESTMENT PITFALLS . . . PORTFOLIO PLANNING . . . ETC. REDLANDS HIGH SCHOOL 2-Hr. Sessions on Mondays Starting Feb. 3rd. Room 64 7:00 to 9:00 P. M. Register at High School Phone PY 3-2251 or Evenings PY 3-2256 Wm. L. Kiley, Instructor SAN BERNARDINO RIVERSIDE REDLANDS ...Gifts from the Heart (VALENTINE'S DAY, Fri., Feb. 14th) "Shapely" The Blouse to Select Have a heart and give her a gift blouse from our delightful spring collection. She'll love you and the easy-care cottons, the beautiful styles, and the fresh new prints . . . just as practical as they are pretty. By Shapely . . . the skilled shirtmaker. A. Pullover style with Peter Pan collar. All $ £00 cotton in assorted floral prints. 10 to 18 B. Cotton overblouse in dot and flower print $ i 00 . . . very new . . . pretty prints. 10 to 18 C. Overblouse style in stripes. All cotton $ A00 drip dry. Sizes 10 to 13 NOT SHOWN: Print overblouse in nubby textured cotton . . . $iT *00 drip dry. Assorted floral prints. 10 to 13. SPORTSWEAR - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' USE H4XIIS' OfTION/IL CKCOIT UAH I Mwrki r. fry. Op.. Op*i. •< CrWH f*m Hw~i SAM IMNAWINO (Mt ni WVIUIM (Mi. OV * M. Step NOT '« » PJL. Mea., nmm. HOUMOJ in. rr uw| »:» AJC 9 pjn. 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