Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 4, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, February 4, 1964
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MISS JOSEPHINE REAV Society Editor Pettis Describes Conflict Between \Rediands Daily Facts Communism, Democracy In World \ Tuesday ' feb - ^ ~ DOWNTOWN REDIANDS "There is nothing wrong withjhe noted. "They blame us forj Ooldsfl AcjGTS this country that a different at- 1 giving our money to the wrong! titudc and an alert citizenry!people in the wrong place at: |\|OTS DirthcidyS can't cure", said Jerry L. Pct-jthe wrong time", he said, cit-; ' tis of Lorn a Linda during his;ing several incidents to sub- Mrs. II. II. Constant, prcsi- talk yesterday to Contemporary stantiate this charge. dent, reminded members of club members and guests. | Mr. Pettis also demonstrated Mentone's Golden Age club at After warning against p!acing>how such operations as the their recent meeting of election emphasis on wealth and mili -i medical ship "Hope - ' and the of officers scheduled for the tary might in an attempt to winlteam of Heart specialists sent;last Thursday in February, friends abroad. Mr. Pettis'by Loma Linda University to; At last week's covered dish urged a renewed interest and Pakistan did more to improve luncheon. January birthdays; awareness not only of foreignirespect for this country than were noted. Celebrants were! affairs but of needs of the com-iyears of foreign aid. "It is the Emily Dauten. Robert Langston.i munity. county, state and na-jdedication to the people that is Eunice Blake, Helen Enoch. Ed-; tional government. appreciated", he explained. i w '«n Poulsen. William Bement! In his travels throughout the In conclusion, he warned that an( l Lou Smith. ; world, Mr. Pettis observed that|"we are engaged in a war the: , club meetings begin at one! people everywhere are watching, 1 end of which will be cither vie-;o'clock on Thursdays in thci the conflict between Commu-jtory or defeat. There can be Mentone Woman's clubhouse.! nism and the American way oflno compromise. In another dec- AH men and women over the life. "We are engaged in a vcryjade it will be decided whether a ? e of 50 arc welcome, serious warfare", he said. "It:we will be free men or slaves".; is probably the only warfare; The speaker was introduced NOW YOU KNOW you and I will ever see because!by Mrs. Rodney L. Cranmer. Tlicrc are approximately 251 why should the Communists;chairman of the club's interna- million cats in the United States.; risk a nuclear holacaust whenitiona! affairs section, sponsors according to the Hollywoodj they arc achieving their goals of the program, 'without the loss of a single- Mrs. Carrol M. Crane, club iCommunist soldier?" chapter of the American mane Association. : president, reminded members 0 , , hc roccnl Finc Ar(s FcstjvaJ The Joshua Tree club extend- MR. AND MRS. ERNEST DALE PINE Cheryl Smith, Ernest D. Pine Exchange Vows In Mentone Church In a ceremony at the First I topped with a Baptist Church of Mentone j and groom. Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. Cheryl Jean Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Smith, Iowa avenue, became the bride of Ernest Dale Pine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pine, 211 East Colton avenue. Officiating was the pastor of the church, Rev. Lawrence N. Caraway. The bride's gown, the handiwork of her mother, was white siik organza over white brocade. She wore a finger-tip veil of tulle edged with Venice lace attached to a tiny pillbox em broidered with seed pearls. Given in marriage by her father, the bride carried white rosebuds on a white Bible with white streamers. Matron of honor was Mrs Michael Huffstutler. sister of the bride, of Mentone. She wore foreget-mc-not blue and carried white carnations with blue streamers. Bridesmaids were Carla Eerkes and Sheila Smith attired in baby blue brocade taffeta. They carried white car nations with baby blue streamers. Candlelighters were Debbie and Kathy Graves in white over blue dresses. Flower girl was Tamara Quinn, aged four, and the ringbearer was Gerald Huffstutler, aged three. Rodney R. Smith, brother ol the bride served as best man. Ushers were Joe Furtado, David Anderson, Jerald Smith, brother of the bride, and Ranz Graves. Decorations included baskets of white glads and stock, with blue ribbon bows, candelabra and white satin pew bows. Donna Kay Syler was the organist and Liz Moor soloist, sang traditional wedding numbers. The bride's mother wore a two-piece sheath dress of beige procade with pink accessories. The mother of the bridegroom wore a lavender and white sheath dress, with violet dustci and accessories to match. The newlyweds are on a honeymoon trip to an undisclosed destination, after which they will live at 1870 Mentone boulevard, Mentone. Both attended the Redlands schools. Mr. Pine is employed at Highland by Bell's Garage. Reception A reception was held in the social hall of the church, with Ramona Merryman in charge of the guest book: Beverly Adamo in charge of gifts; Mrs. Jerald Smith, sister-in-law of the bride, presiding at the punch bowl, and Mrs. Joe Furtado, sister of the bridegroom, serving the coffee. Mrs. Clarence Charlton served the cake, assisted by Mrs. Charles Henderson. The buffet table was set beneath large white bells hung from the ceiling and festooned with blue and white satin ribbon. The table was centered with a tiered wedding cake Pale blue hand-rolled candles' in silver holders, white roses and blue violets were used by .Mrs. Louis T. Huffstutler for the reception decorations. He called attention to theof next Mondav's Valentine prophecy of .Lenin 40 years ago luncheon and card party and of c( , a „ Jnvjtation ,„ j(s . which included the prediction the evening party on February , v , ca febmarv 19 that the United States would 14 for members and their hits- 'jjrs Ernest R Larscn "avc finally be surrounded and would hands. Mrs. Robert Merkle is !ho thollgM for thc ( ', av collapse internally, ••falling into taking reservations for the eve- ,j av " " the hands of the Communists^ affair while Mrs. Charles Dccorations werc arranged bv, hkc ripe fruit . ,S. Hunt and Mrs. Cranmer are Mrs E E Rlink el. Tea hos-l Mr. Pettis traced thc fulfill- 1 taking reservations for the af- , CPSCS wcrc Mjss j.- lorcncc | ment of many of thc predicted ternoon luncheon. wjesc an(i Mrs Samuel A. conquests and noted that Cuba.| Mrs - Howard Phoenix will ac- WriRht. Pouring werc Mmcs only 90 miles away, was a Com-, cop t reservations for the "Gad- Krancis M. Childs Kathrinc munist stronghold, and thati ab °ut" bus trip to Dcscanso Pcak . Frank Herkclrath and V i iniature bride j ,herc was much sympathy to-, Gal "de ns March 5. c Hulbert. On thc tea commit- day in Mexico for Communism, j A letter of thanks was read tec wcrc Mrs. Frank D. Adams. "We do well to ponder theifrom the American Field Scrv-ichairman. and Mrs. Howard L prophecy", he warned. The "image" of the United States found on his most recent visits to 30 countries of thc world was not one of respect, ice committee for thc club's fin-j Phoenix, co-chairman, ancial support and another lot- 1 At thc door were Mmes. Wilter was read from thc District liam L. Thornquest, George president commending the RediStonc. Robert Conney and G. lands club for its sponsorshipjCalder Bennett. DOWNTOWN REDIANDS ... Gifts from the Heart (Valentine's Day, Fri., Feb. 14) Gifts for Convenience Gifts for Neatness by Lee Rowan and Selwell BAPTIST W.M.S. MEETING TOMORROW Women's Mission Society of thc First Baptist church will meet at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow in the chapel for coffee. Mrs. Carl Shedd has arranged the program to include "Gh'mpses of Far East Missions" by Mrs. George H. Armacost. The WMS scholarship girl in the University of Redlands will be introduced and the offering will go to the scholarship fund. GREENSPOT CLUB WOMEN'S LUNCHEON Greenspot Woman's club will have a birthday luncheon, potluck style, Friday at 12:30 p.m. in the Scout House. Members are asked to bring a favorite dish and their table service. The program will be presented by Mrs. Frances Combs, founder of the California Daffodil Society and member of the Yucaipa Garden club. A. Quilted plastic sewing boxes and utility cases. Red, golden, pink, blue, turquoise or patterns. $4.98 ea. B. Quilted plastic over sturdy wood frame. Attractive solid covers and patterns $7.98 ea. C. Trousers Hangers — holds trousers securely by the cuff — eliminates fold-over marks 79< ea. D. Deluxe Suit Hanger — 20" hanger to keep suits in better-fit condition $3.25 18" size for suits thru size 42. $2.95 Sv^TlFV*: S&H GREEN STAMPS (•DkMMj wll» Caih •vrchai*i •ltd Down Pnymenfi E. Shirred rayon satin hangers boxed and scented. Pink, aqua, red, blue and golden. Set of 2, $1. Set of 4, $1.98. Set of 2 Jumbo, $1.98 NOTIONS - STREET FLOOR USE HARRIS' OPTIONAL CREDIT PLAN No Down faymtnt— AtaionaMt SarWca Chargo 4 Monfhi lo fay. Opon an Optional Cr«dJt Plan Now! Gifts from the Heart Hollywood \ I by Munsingwear Because she loves nice things, capture her heart with lingerie . . . beautiful nylon and lace fashioned into the prettiest set we've seen in a long time. In such luscious shades as Peri Twinkle Blue, Sachet Pink, White, Golden Haze and Lemon White. Nylon tricot slip with bodice and full back yoke of nylon lace over nylon tricot chiffon. Hem edged in lace scallops. $2T95 Sizes 32 to 38 J Matching Petticoat has side slash of % A scalloped nylon lace. Sizes S-M-t £\ Matching briefs, §C\ sizes 4 to 7 / LINGERIE - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' SAN IMNARDINO (Ph. TU 9-0444) Snap '))t 9 P.M. Men. and frl. Olh.r Day* 9:30 'Iff 3: JO mvinsiot (Ph. ov 4.6040, Shop Noon 'III 9 PM. Men., Ihmu end Frl. —Other Dayi 10 'til < MOUNDS (Ph. PY 3-3940J Shop 9:30 AM. 'til 9 P.M. ftU Olh.r Days 9:30 'til 5:30

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