Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 7, 1964 · Page 2
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Redlands, California
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Friday, February 7, 1964
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Redlands Daily Facts 2 - Friday, Feb. 7, T964 Altar Society Plans For Valentine Dance Final plans for tomorrow evening's Valentine dance were made this week when members of St. Mary's Altar Society met at Lugonia Homes. Joe Perez's orchestra will play the dance music and there will also be prizes and refresh-1 meats. Martin Rosales will bej guest master of ceremonies. A retreat is planned at El Carmelo Retreat House for February 19 for teachers of t h e grammar school of religion. Miss Clara Blesener was guest speaker at the meeting, showing pictures of her travels in South America. Mrs. Frank Vega will be hostess for the next meeting. Rev. Ricardo Mcza, pastor of St. Mary's church, closed the meeting with a brief talk after which refreshments were served by Mrs. Candelario Garcia and Mrs. Robert Sargeant. Winners Of Bridge Events Two sections took part in monthly Master Point play at the YMCA Tuesday evening with 14'<~ tables participating. Section A winners w ere North-South, Charles Drake and Dr. Dave Sorben, first; M r s Harold Hope and Lyle Kennedy second; Mrs. Geraldine Wright and Richard O'Leary, third. East-West, Mrs. Grace Lceper and Mrs. Edith Dumas, first; John Weaver and Don Sexton, second; Mr. and Mrs. Oz Erickson, third. Section B, North-South, Mrs- Robert Wells and Mrs. Polly Davies, first; Mrs. Nita Nickerson and Mrs. J. D. Mcintosh, second; Mrs. J. L. Sensintaffar and V. J. Roquet, third. East-West Mrs. E. D. Patterson and Mrs. Richard Bollinger, first; Lester Fox and Roy Barker, second; Mrs. Ray Keim and Mrs. Ethel Clark, third. There were six tables playing a regular game Wednesday afternoon at the VMCA. In first position North-South were Mrs. Mcintosh and Mrs. L. Wictor with Mrs. Peter Preda and N. Nelson, second. East-West it I was Mrs. Dorothy Poore and L. Finch, first; Mrs. Ruth Henry and Mrs. Lois Gill, second. A special Master Point game is scheduled for next Tuesday evening and monthly Master Point for the Wednesday club. MISS JOSEPHINE REAV Society Editor | Roy Austin Honored By Smiley PTA AWARD RECIPIENTS - Mrs. Donald Bohler, feff, and Mrs. Ernest L. Danielson Jr. were awarded honorary life memberships at this week's meeting of Redlands Junior High School. PTA. Mrs. James Verdieck, honorary life membership chairman, introduced Mrs. Elsie Rowe who gave the award to Mrs. Bohler while Mrs. Wayne Bradley presented the pin to Mrs. Danielson. Roy Austin was awarded the Smiley PTA honorary life mem lota Taus Schedule Valentine Dance Neil Wall presented "A Tour of Mexico" for Iota Tau chapter members of Beta Sigma Phi sorority at their meeting this week at the home of Mrs. Mal-jbership award Wednesday eve colm R. Curry, 113 East Crcs-!ning and was cited for faithful cent drive. * j service to the school as its cus- Mr. Wall showed colored jtodian. Mr. Austin's brother, W slides taken during bis nuraer-i Edgar Austin, custodian at ous trips to Mexico and also!Kingsbury school, presented the some interesting mementos; P" 1 '° mm - Sgt. Willard B. Farquhar pre sented a program concerning ., „ . „ ,. . ,the San Gorgonio Search and Mrs. H. Mark Beguehn pres.- Rescue Team SMes shQwn dent, announced the Mission brought back from that coun try. Mrs. Armacost Reports To Baptist Women On Far East Missions Tour California Council breakfast for March 15 at Azure Hills Country club. Members and their husbands will join for a Valentine dinner-dance February 15 at the San Franciscan in San Bernardino. Present at the meeting were Mmes. Beguelin, Roger R. Boone, Curry, Donald F. Derby, { Wilbur E. Purvis, Henry W. Schalau, John E of the equipment used, the train ing program for the volunteers and some actual rescue cases. Principal Floyd Allen spoke briefly regarding the new math classes for adults. Information will soon be mailed to interested parents, he said. MARTHAS POTLUCK SUPPER MONDAY We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT. It's always fun to be with a person who— Is genuinely enthusiastic and optimistic. Doesn't take himself too seriously. Listens with courteous attention and obvious interest when YOU are doing toe talking. Knows how to disagree without being disagreeable. Recognizes the line between frankness and rudeness, and never steps across it. Never builds himself up by low-rating other people or their ways. Can admit to being wrong, instead of always trying to blame someone else for his mis takes. Docs his share of the talking — but not his share and yours, too. Sees the funny side of things, even when the joke is on him Can let you tell a story with out immediately trying to top it. Can explain something to you without sounding superior, or being pompous. Laughs easily, especially at YOUR wit. Always seems happy to see you, rather than being friendly one time and indifferent the next. Never tries to impress you. Never misses an opportunity to pay you a compliment or to repeat one someone else has paid you. If you have a few friends who measure up to these standards you're lucky, for such people are always nice to have around. ".Money and supplies are greatly needed on the mission fields, but more needed are young people who will decide to become missionaries," said Mrs. George H. Armacost Wednesday morning in her talk to 90 members and guests of the Women's Mission Society of the First Baptist church. Having returned a few days before from five weeks in the Far East, Mrs. Armacost's vivid account of current events, conditions and personalities proved enlightening and interesting. As a member of the Foreign Missions Board of the American Baptist Convention, she was one of 70 delegates to a conference near Hong Kong. Secretaries from 22 mission fields pre sented their reports at this time. Referring to World Day of Prayer, to be observed next Friday, Mrs. Aramcost recalled the first World Day of Prayer as it was held in the home of Joscfina Ruiz where she visited last month. The Filipino woman whose family had been killed by Japanese soldiers, requested that the offering be sent to war widows and children in Japan as a gesture of forgiveness and love. Younger women of the local church's Hong Kong Circle learned how their white cross gifts of sweaters and baby clothing were greatfully received at a heatless orphanage. Mrs. Armacost told of a two- day visit in Okinawa with the parents of Tim Bollinger, now a student at the University of Redlands. Many other names! mentioned during her talk werej familiar to the listeners because of past relationships and| mutual affiliations. Another feature of the program was the introduction of! two U.R. students who are recipients of WMS scholarships. Mrs. Robert B. Moore told the group that for 25 years women of Southern California have been giving these scholarships on a year-to-year basis to 20 girls over the nation plus seven girls abroad. The local University Association of 11 churches supports two girls, one at Berkeley Divinity school and another at Vellore, India. Speaking of their appreciation were Pat Bowman of Visalia and Jackie Hinson of Alhambra who told of their plans for further education and Christian service- The offering of the day, amounting to over S100, went to the scholarship fund. Mrs. Guy Williams told of white cross items sent to Keams Canyon, Bacon and the Philippine Islands. Mrs. Charles O. Picrpoint, chairman of missionary and stewardship education, told of two annual mission offerings and described in detail their projects and localities. Coffee hour hostesses were members of the Japan circle, led by Mrs. Harry B. Orcutt.l Mrs. Carl H. Sfaedd planned the| program. Mrs. Theodore R. Kubera, program chairman, announced a luncheon for the March meeting and a program, "A Portrayal of the High Priest, j Caiaphas", by Rev. Roy John-[ son. Our Lady of the Citrus house- Van Uffelenjhold, Order of Martha, will have Donald C. Wallace, William F.i a potluck supper Monday at 6:30 Wendt, Robert E. Holt, Clifford j p.m. at the home of Mrs. John H. Cook, Louis E. Vogt, James Dallmeier, 502 Fourth street M. Bentley, Robert E. Davis,'Members are reminded to bring i their own table service. Miss Brennan Gives Altar Society Program Miss Regina Brennan's re veiw of the book "Father Cyclone" by Daisy Amoury provided the program for the Tuesday evening meeting of Sacred Heart church's Altar Society in the parish hall. Mrs. Frank Kent opened the meeting with a prayer. Mrs. Brennan emphasized the value of the book for young people of junior and senior high school age. It is the story of a Catholic chaplain. Father Lawrence Lynch, trained for the mission field in Brazil, and assigned to duty in the South Pacific during World War II. Miss Ann Blesener announced plans for an evening of recollection March 11 at El Carmelo, the evening jointly sponsored by the Altar Society and the local Catholic Daughters of \merica Court. Mrs. John Costa announced a Day of Recollection for February 19. A reminder of the dinner for the Parish Hall School of Religion was made. Women of the Altar Society will serve the dinner next Monday evening. Mrs. John Gorman, Mrs. Tony Freitas and Mrs. Rocco Pasco served on the hospitality committee. Altar care for the month is being done by Mrs. Edwin Thamann, Mrs. Michael Gorman, Miss Bridget Moore and Mrs. Everett Buel. Bonus For UR Drama Season Patrons Noted Season ticket patrons of the University of Redlands' little theatre drama season made reservations to attend the previously scheduled Prii* Plays production February 19-22 may us* these same tickets for the world premier* of 'The Ballad of Will Rogers" now scheduled for those same dates. Patrons should bring their Prize Plays tickets and attend the performance for which they hold reservations. Those who cannot us* the tickets they are holding are requested to notify Betty Gernsey, U. R. dram* secretary, and let her know in order to help accommodate those on the waiting list resulting from a complete sell-out of all performances. AFRICAN VIOLET SOCIETY MEETING Town and Country African Violet Society will meet Monday at 1 p.m. in Brockton hall, Tex as and Brockton, when Mr. and Mrs. Anton J. Butkoyich of 1 Yucaipa will show color slides. There will be a question and answer period in violets, refreshments will be served and there will be a bake sale as well as a plant sale. Guests are welcome. Mrs. Gurney Welcomed By Rebekah Club Vera Pope, junior past noble grand, was presented a plant by Jessie Gurney. president of the Past Noble Grands club, and invited to join the club when Yucaipa Rebekah lodge met this week. The 17 PNG club members sang a song dedicated to Mrs. Pope. An appeal was made by Viola Haddock, county Heart Fund chairman for Rebekah Assembly, asking members to volunteer for the Heart Sunday campaign February 23 and to contact Mrs. Mabel Cedergren, Yucaipa Valley Heart Fund chairman, for placement. The lodge birthday night will be February 17 with a potluck supper at 6 p.m. Mrs. Cedergren, vice grand, announced a sewing session for the bazaar for February 25 at her home. Birthdays in February will be celebrated at the n e x t lodge meeting. Robert Kamm, the lodge's adopted boy from the Oddfel- Iow-Rebekah Home, sent a thank you letter for his Christmas gifts. The monthly donation for Cali- Yu Friendship club was sent to assist in its work. Refreshments were served by Myra Benson, Zanabel Browne, Blenda Bailey and Mabel Williams. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Adi m mo Who Has a Birthday FEBRUARY 8 — Doug Ogburn Jimmy Leonard Dallas Gidcumb Harols De Vries Gordon Rafferty Richard Parsons Robert Woods, Jr. Thurman Thomas Robert K. Porter Gilbert Morse Robert Taylor V. LeRoy Whiter Ed Karsemeyer B. R. Steward Happy Birthday <Ec**v 11 E. Stat* Ph. PY 3-2505 Booklet revised on state's parks, beaches The State Division of Beaches and Parks said today that a re vised printing of California's Historical Landmarks is avail able. The 112-page illustrated booklet lists the State's 785 landmarks. It sells for $1.00 including tax and may be purchased from the Division of Beaches and Parks, P. O. Box 2390, Sa cramento. The compact book fits into the glove compartment of automobiles. It is nine inches by six inches. The landmarks are ca talogued by number and location. It gives a brief description of the landmarks and their place in history. Landmark Number One is the Custom House in Monterey and is remembered as the building over which the American flag was raised by Commodore John Drake Sloat on July 7, 1846 signaling the passing of California from Mexican rule. The latest landmark to be registered, number 785, is Santa Catarina — the place where Captain Juan Bautista de Anza and his party camped on March 14, 1774 opening the Anza Trail from Sonora into Alta California. The landmarks are listed in the sequence in which they were registered. Beatfy Pupils To Give Recital Miss Vera M. Beatty, member of the Redlands branch of the Music Teachers Association of California, will present her piano students in a recital to morrow afternoon at her home, 617 South Buena Vista street. A Valentine party will follow the program. Playing will be Kay St. Onge, Sidney st Onge, Marie Chavez, Carol Rose, Cberi Rose, Doro thy Barbo, Evelyn Barbo, Net tie Rocho, Donna De Witt, Nel lie Cardoza. Sherry Lee, Char lotte Brinkman and Patricia Harris. MAKE FRIENDS Men's suits would look better If the fellows carried fewer things in their pockets. Planners approve zene change SAN BERNARDINO (CNS) — Residential zoning for 14 acres in Southeast Yucaipa, to clear the way for a subdivision, was approved Thursday by the County Planning Commission. The land lies on the west side of Bryant street, north of County line road. Applicants for the change of zone from use for agriculture, with an acre for a building site, to that for single family dwellings, with 7,200 square feet for a lot, were Villa Vista, Inc. and Bryan Industrial Properties. Commissioners were told that the subdividers have submitted a development plans which will be on their Feb. 13 agenda for a decision. 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