2 - Wed., Feb. 5, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts] Cardinal Urges Sharing Of Beliefs In Talk To Episcopal Churchwomen Would use water only with consent LOS ANGELES (UPD—If water from the Snake River is to be diverted for use by Southern California, it will be with the state of Idaho's 'consent and co operation.' So declared Mayor Samuel Yorty Tuesday in a letter to Idaho Congressman Compton I. While. Named Judge SACRAMENTO (UPD— Municipal Court Judge Edward J. Schwartz, 51, was elevated to the San Diego Superior Court Tuesday by Gov. Edmund G. Brown to replace retired Judge Clarence Harden. MAKE fRIENDS Invite at least one good conversationist to a party. ^THERE'S MORE-TEA DRINKING PLEASURE YOU, YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS • Wltl 'CffiEffifo : (pmnmt ' the famous delicious blend of. fine •TEA' with "ORANGES and SWEET SPICE M irilM ircfot il t C. lllfLGI lit, ImrlH. Cm SAGE'S COMPLETE MARKET 450 E. Cypress Ave. Redlands Antique Club At Jakle Home Mrs. Halbert Jakle, 528 Fourth street, was hostess for the first meeting of the new year of the Trash and Treasure club recently. Mrs. Dorothy H. Brenan presided in the absence of the president. Miss Sybel Loughead. An interesting program was presented by Miss Clara Belle Ledahl who read from an 1881 edition of "House Beautiful". Mrs. Russell Mort and Mrs. Robert Crawford poured during the refreshment period. Others present were Mmes. Donald Brumbaugh, Stewart Hotchkiss, George F. Humphrey, Lester Johnson, S. Guy Jones, D. C. Mock, R. N. Palmer, Elmer C. Parks, William H. Roth, A. R. Schultz, E. H. Sewall, Lee Simmonds, William E. White; and Miss Edith W. Taylor. Mrs. Frank Miller and Miss Virginia Merritt were guests. Lightning Helps Plants In the course of its quick passage, lightning frees nitrogen in the enveloping air. This subsequently falls to earth with the raindrops, making good plant food. Modern men must hang on to beliefs they share and not stress beliefs that separate them, James Francis Cardinal Mclntyre told an audience of 1,000 Episcopal Churchwomen yesterday when he was speaker at their 69th annual meeting at the Statlcr Hilton hotel in Los Angeles. The aims and accomplishments of the Ecumenical Council at the Vatican were discussed by Cardinal Mclntyre, Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles. The Council, he said, was not called to articulate dogma or to define the religious differences that separate men in the modern world, but to empha- Q—The bidding has been: West North East South 1V Pass Pass Dble. Pass 2 4 Pass 4 A Pass 5 • Pass 5 V Pass 5 * Pass ? " You, South hold: 4\KJ10 87 «/A+K543*>AQ6 What do you do now? A—Pass. TOOT partner eonld not overca.ll to start and in spite of yonr cue bid in hearts he has merely (one to fire spades. TODAY'S QUESTION You hold the same hand. Your partner has overcalled one heart with one spade. What do you do? Answer Tomorrow Kingsbury PTA Arranges Life Membership Tea Kingsbury P.T.A.'s life membership tea is scheduled for February 19 at the school. At this time, the P.T.A. will present the award to a person who has given time and services to the school, church and civic endeavors. The board met yesterday at the home of Mrs. William T. Hartzell, 614 Alvarado street, to make arrangements for the tea and to discuss the approaching visit of Dr. Max Rafferty, state superintendent of schools, on March 10. At the meeting were Mmes. Earl B. Anderson, Charles W. Bishop, Fredrick Marsh, Wendell Wollara, Norman Gadbois, Robert E. Earp, Gail J. Cotner, Edward G. Gleitsman Jr., Anchard Zeller, Wassil Welepp (president). Jack B. Forquer, Bland B. Hayden (co-hostess), Hartzell; and Principal Robert E. Bell. size the beliefs they hold in common. Officersof diocesan, convocational and parish branches were installed in a colorful service of dedication following Holy Communion in St. Paul's Cathedral preceding the annual meeting. Bishop Francis Eric Bloy was the celebrant and installed the officers. Mrs. James K. Friedrich of Sherman Oaks, wife of an Episcopal priest, was installed president of the Episcopal Churchwomen for the 1964-67 term. Representing Trinity Episcopal church of Redlands at the Los Angeles meeting were Mmes. John E. Melcher, Har old K. Marcott, Newton C. Williams, William Nitterhouse, John L. Munn Jr., Harry E Williams, Stewart R. Hotchkiss Gordon A. Pratt; and the Misses Sybel Loughead and Virginia Meritt. ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads High School PTA Schedules Salad Luncheon Mrs. E. W. Cleaver, chairman, announced plans for the February 28th salad luncheon during yesterday's meeting of the ways and means committee of Redlands High School PTA. The meeting was at the home of Mrs. Sam Peterman, 1328 College avenue. The luncheon will be served in John Knox hall of the First Presbyterian church. Attending the meeting were Mmes. Frank 0. Chesus, John F. Crowley, William'H. Moore, Allen L. McCall, H. Warren Kistner, Roy W. Martens, Harley C. Hart, Keith R. Barron, Einar R. Schmidkunz, Richard T. Hauschild, Arnold F. Nagy, E. L. Danielson, Robert F. Leonard, Herschel W. Johnston, E. E. Ball, Cleaver and Peter man. ONLY SAN GORGONIO SAVINGS OFFERS 4.85 % CURRENT RATE PER ANNUM, COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY PLUS FREE SAFE DEPOSIT Safeguard your important valoafcSes and documents in our vault without charge when you maintain a savings account of $1,000 or more. Thii unique service swans extra savinp of $5.00 per year to you. EXTRA INTEREST At San Gorgonio Savings funds received or postmarked by the tenth earn from the first. This can mean up to 30 DAYS of EXTRA INTEREST per quarter. 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FRIDAY YOUNG MODELS — Fashions appealing to the younger set will be featured Saturday when the Assisteens, sponsored by the Redlands Assistance League, sponsor a fashion show and tea at the Country Club from 2 to 4 o'clock. Here Joan Marcum, left, and Nancy Barnard, two of the member- models, prepare for their roles. The show, to be presented by The Harris Company, is being arranged by Lynda Nicholson who will be the narrator. Proceeds from the ticket sales will be used to purchase braces for a child in need of this assistance. McKinley PTA Board Previews Two Films Films dealing with -the danger of alcohol were previewed by McKinley PTA.board whose members first met yesterday in the foyer of the school auditorium. They later went to the home of Mrs. R. O'Reilly, 1019 Brookside avenue, for a business session. Mrs. James Craw, president expressed thanks to Mrs. Dale Burns and Mrs. A. L. Williams for attending the school board meeting on which a report was given. Also reporting were Mrs. Edward F. Olmos, treasurer; Mrs. Robert J. Webb, child welfare; Mrs. R. S. Bartlett. health; Mrs. John F. Beran, Founders Day; and Mrs. Carl L. Smith, legislation. Board members congratulated James Stanfill, principal for receiving the Outstanding Citizens award given by the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Other members present were Mrs. Keith O. Koder, co-hostess; Mmes. Walter G. Tyson, P. Locnhorst, H. Welty Kuhns, Al J. Moscato, Jack Mottweiler, L. G. Bryan, Salvador Saucedo and D. G. Cadwallader. SENIOR CITIZENS PARTY FRIDAY Redlands Senior Citizens will have a full afternoon Friday when they meet at the usual time of 1 p.m. in the YWCA activities building. February birthdays will be celebrated and new members who joined during Jan uary will be honored. Special table decorations of Valentines, red candles and decorated cakes are planned. Cards and other games will complete the afternoon. All men and women over the age of 50 are invited to attend the club meetings as prospective members. 9iH0O Who Has a Bhthdaj FEBRUARY 6 — Ricky Barrel Steve Roberts Donald D. Cannon Charles Heaton Larry Stewart Albert Carlson Robert Frost Gilbert Ramirez Kenneth Clinton Gerald Aalbers R. E. Mallerne* Kenneth Smith Roy Lauwers Reggie Mowll Homer Farmer Martin Munz John Noorbom G. De Groot Rudy Russo John Bash Scott Kelly Danny Ifft Hippy Birthday from 11 E. Stata Ph. PY 3-2505 Two Graduate From Kimberly Cub Scout Pack A graduation ceremony honoring Cub Scouts Keith Radford and John Egermier highlighted the recent meeting ofJCnb Scout Pack 13 at Kimberly school. Cubmaster Lewis Mertz and Scoutmaster Don Arnegard were assisted in conducting the ceremony by Life Scout Tom Spencer of Troop 6. After receiving their graduation certificates and neckerchiefs as a hymbol of leaving Cub Scouting, Keith and John carried the lighted lantern, symbol of the light of Scouting, to Scoutmaster Arnegard who welcomed them into Troop 6 which is sponsored by the First Congregational church. The following boys in Pack 13 have received Cub Scout awards from the awards chairman, Marvin Duncan: Bernard Abercrombie, Larry Buckingham, David Callender, Mark Doolittle. Larry Fast. Chris Glaze, Thomas Phillips, Robert Atkinson, James Burns, Kenneth Baker. Steven Fisher, Winslow Lincoln, Kenneth Bake. Lance Buckingham, Timothy Mertz, Peter Serveson, William Wood Jr., Michael Wood, Clifford Young, Kirk Kern, Michael Dykstra, Tim Stegeman, Bruce Duncan, John Atkinson, John Egermier and Keith Radford. Baptist School Of Missions To Start Tomorrow "The Changing City Challenges the Church" is the theme of the School of Missions during February at First Baptist Church, Redlands. Sponsored by the Kingdom Extension Committee of the church, the series features study classes on Sunday mornings in adult classes and speakers at the Thursday evening Share-a-dish dinners. To introduce the series tomorrow evening, Dr. William J. Klausner will lead a discussion following the film, "Picture in My Mind." Dr. Klausner is professor of sociology at t h c University of Redlands. Speakers on subsequent Thursday evenings will be John Coleman, vice chairman of the Redlands Human Relations Council and Rev. Jaime Quinones, pastor of the Divine Savior Presbyterian church. Adult classes in the church school are studying the book, "The Negro Rev*olt," by Louis Lomax, at 9:30 each Sunday morning. Teaching the Questors group is Dr. Robert L. Brown, UR professor of sociology. Dr. Marc J. Smith is leading the Fellowship Class, Mrs. George H. Armacost the Voyagers (young adult) group, and Dr. Ward Miller and Chi Rho Class. Co-chairman of the series are Prof. C. E. Downing and the Rev. John M. Jensen. The public is invited to attend any of the Sunday or Thursday sessions. De Malays Host Snow Party For Job's Daughters De Molay members and their advisors served both breakfast and lunch to Job's Daughters and their chaperones Sunday at Forest Home. The boys and their advisors were spending the weekend at Forest Home to enjoy snow sports. The girls were their guests on Sunday. The group included Bryan Enarson, Gary Kooiman, Steve Hillery, Ed Bradley, Glenn Jenkins, Mike Weaver, Ray Hoagland. Bill Holcombe, Sylvester Granillo. Glenn Nelson, Ken Lawrance. Dick Wiley, Keith Barron. Ron Fox, Skip Miller, Mike Reynolds, Frank Beemer Chris Capin, Rick Courtney. Peggy Beaureard, P a m Beauregard, Jackie Bilter, Rita Cox, Bette Dahlstrom, Glenda Douglas, Linda Douglas, Karyn Enarson, Sandy Fuller, Candace Fryer, Melanie Gage, Genevieve Granillo, Joanne Halliday, Susan Holcombe, Lana Hughes, Judy Jenkins, Paula Miller, Karen Neil, Susan Parrott. Pat Richmond, Glenna Richardson, Dorothy Ann Smith, Vickie von der Hellen, Carol Wilson, Nancy Williams, Debra Hay. Messrs. and Mmes. Howard Fuller, George Hillery, Ray Weaver, Bill Holcombe, Roy Hughes and J. W. Enarson; and Messrs. Clancy Jenkins, Kenneth Lowrance and Harry Fryer. "Brother Jonathan" "Brother Johnathan' was a nickname for the United States (similar to the well-known "Uncle Sam") although the term was used originally by British Loyalists who were rid- diculing American revolutionaries, according to the Encyclo paedia Britannica. Antiques Show In Riverside Opens Tomorrow Exhibitors from six western states will display a variety of antiques and collectors items from many lands during Riverside's fifth annual Antiques Show in Memorial auditorium. Seventh and Lemon streets, from tomorrow through Sunday. Show hours will be from 1 to 10 p.m. tomorrow, Friday and Saturday and from 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Miss Leah Teal and Miss Hallie Ellis of Redlands' "Memory Lane" will be among exhibitors from this area. Silver, furniture. Valentines, toys, minatures, jewelry, dolls, pewter, glass, Civil War memorabilia, paintings, hand-woven fabrics and other items will be included in the show exhibit. Franklin PTA Board Learns Of Drive's Success Mrs. David J. Pound, health and welfare chairman, reported on the success of the clothing drive when Franklin school PTA board met this week at the home of Mrs. Beryl W. Hetrick, 912 Nikolas avenue. Vice President Mrs. Larry G. Steele conducted the meeting. Plans for the Founders Day program at the next Unit meeting were made at this time. Principal Donald H. Mcintosh told of the new math methods and urged anyone interested to enroll in the class soon to start for the purpose of explaining the method. Mrs. Claude C. Thompson assisted as co-hostess. Others present were Mmes. John C. Pitts, E. Gordon Mathena, Lon M. Sheets, Donald E. Wirth, Willard D. Winchester, David E. Luce, Laurel D. Hook, Leonard B. Waitman, Raymond C. Fuller, William Paterson, Richard M. Milliman and Gayle E. Wirz. Liz Says: REDLANDS STORE OPEN ALL WEEK AND SUNDAY TOO! BOTH STORES OPEN FRI. NITES 'TIL 9 GLAD RAGS BY L.Z Sage's — Redlands and Del Rosa Shopping Center Highland & Del Rosa Ave. San Bernardino OS! WHILE WE'RE AWAITING THE OPENING OF OUR NEW STORE (AT ITS FORMER LOCATION) WE ARE TEMPORARILY LOCATED AT 112 FIFTH ST. ( across from Harris Co. Boole Store] Our Merchandise Drastically Reduced! This Is All From Our Regular Fine Stock of Name Brands COME SEE US SOON!!
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