Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 14, 1964 · Page 2
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2 - Friday, Feb. 14, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts, Valentines back in sweet cycle again this year By GAY PAULEY UPI Women's Editor NEW YORK (UPI)—The nation 's valentine senders are saying it with sweet talk more often than with slam this year. "We've swung Dack to the sweet cycle," said Sieve Shannon, director of the Greeting Card Association. Shannon said publishers estimate that more than 600 million valentines will] have been sent by St. Valentines Day this year, an in crease of "five to eight peri cent" over last year. I By Ruth Millett ?' A soft sell approach shows in one card which simply says, "what this country needs is a little more lovin.' " Typical of the slam is the one announcing, "Valentine, I wish'be great satisfaction derived your eyes were gazing at mine;froni increasing competence in —instead of at each other. The professor of psychol- goy was talking to a group of businessmen: "While there can PC iet if MISS JOSEPHINE KEAY Society Editor Square Dancers I Newcomers See Half-Way Preview Of Hoedown Sunday Hat Fashions MTA Musical Festival Open To Public; Jaycee wives Get Tips On The public is invited to attend.those of Ruth Baldwin, Vera any or all of the programs'Beatty.Joanna Blair. H elle n; L-j a J f GrOOminq , , , , , . . iDaun. Margaret Eneroth. Marv; » scheduled for tomorrow in Grace Mullen auditorium on the Redlands High school campus when students of Redlands music teachers will take part in a Daun. Margaret Eneroth, Mary Evelyn Golz, Bertha Hempel,! Kathryn James, Edith Jankay.i Geneva Mills, Rita Snyder, Mu-i riel spelman, Gwendolen Spill-! man. Vera Van Loan and Eliza-; Researchers at the association said the observance of Velentine's Day dates to ancient Rome. It jof Lupercalia. when the priests of Luperci made a circuit of Palatine Hill striking with goat- .skin thongs all women en- Shannon said the increase is a countered—a rite believed to steady one each year, partly foe -t assurc fertility, cause of the population growth | Most sc h 0 la"rs agree that the and partly because people seem; day was nanle d f or a young in a more sentimental mood, voung pricst name d Valentine A square dancer's half-way: Newcomers club O olf or bowling or other phy- j hoedown is scheduled for Sun- and guests were treated to a sical activities with which lie-jday from 2 to 5 p.m. in Memor-complete preview of new and sure time can be filled, man'slial auditorium. Seventh and feminine hat styles for the most distinctive attribute is the I Lime streets, Rivrside. possession of a human head.; Cow Counties Hoedown Asso rew from the pagan feast ami perhaps his greatest satis-! c iation is sponsoring the event factions can come from the,f or the hundreds of beginning creative and satisfying use of square dancers now attending and Festival of Music by American! belh Voelln >y Composers. Sponsored by the Redlands members orancn of the California Music Teachers Association, the first program will start at 1:30, t h e second is scheduled for 2:45 and the third for 4 p.m. The evening program will begin at 7:30. Miss Margaret Eneroth is gen- meet- these days. Leap Year, which this one is, is only a slight factor in the sales boost. who refused to accept the traditional gods of Rome and was jailed for his faith in Christian Shannon explained that styles jity. While jailed, he cured the in greeting cards, as in worn-[keeper's daughter of blindness that head." classes in Riverside Though the professor's words i Bernardino Counties. It marks were aimed at men, they are!the half way point in basic just as apt for women. jsquare dance courses. Dancing Busy young homcmakcrsi w in start promptly at 2 p.m. don't have to worry about fill- tag much leisure time. But i there are many years for the ( average woman, once her chil-! dren are grown, that provide | a great deal of leisure time ( that is cither satisfying or suf- ( spring during this week ing at the YWCA. The prr-Eastcr hat show v. a s presented by Mrs Mabelle Boycr. merchandiscr-jare Kathryn James San buvcr for the three Harris Com- Trinify Women Discuss May Benefit Plans .... , , , , , 'focating — depending on how, ens clotlung, go in cycles, but was beheaded anyway. Af-| sne us ° s jt ' with' Mrs. Ahlborn Speaker At WSCS Meeting pany stores. She was assisted i by Mrs. Norman Idc, also of ,The Harris Company. Models jwere Mrs. Evelyn Sembach iand Mrs. Winons Singer. J The evening's hat (presented by Mrs. Boyer .Mrs. Henry Schalau. i Guests for (he program were j Margaret Ilatchcll, Jaycce Wives were entertained by a program on hair styles by Ed Solomon of The Hair-Em at their Tuesday evening meeting. Mr. Solomon reviewed the latest styles, demon- jstrated comb-outs on models and offered hints on good grooming. Three new members were welcomed by Mrs. Lawrence W. Jones, membership chairman. They were Mmes. Howard S. Mills, Wayne S. Wylie and Kenneth D. Stewart. A May Cee bowling party for February 29 at Empire Bowl was announced by Mrs. George "There's a nostalgic theme |ter the execution Feb. 14, 270 throughout this year's collec-jA.D., it was learned he had tions," he said. "A lot of thejwritten the little girl to console rocco, the frills, the embossing]her and had signed, "from your that marked the cards 50 years;Valentine, ago. Only now, they're larger and fancier. And costlier. Some of these are SI and on up items. Few Slams "We're seeing fewer slam cards, the 'dear cur' type." Some of the current I ing was designed by the Duke Mrs. William O. gossip sessions and an endless Earlenc iClinlon, Mary Boston. Virginia . .. , Ahlborn gavc^Smith. Helen Woodbury, Flora " she fills her days with: the program f or the Fcbruarv'Widlund, Lois Barnett, Shirley bridge, aimless shopping trips, ; meeting of ^ Woman - s Soci-^ Paulson. Harriet Mooney, Ce- pnonc etJ . 0 £ christian Service of the le.ste Arcndt. Donna Ilickey. Ju- Mcthodist church this idee Edwards, Peggy Werz. Mrs. Ahlborn's topic wasiClaire Rundles. Carol Gaastra. "The Changing City Challengesjlngcborg Troben. Pat Weils, the Church." JBetty Smith. Betty Bachtah. | Problems of the inner city j Fran Slizewski. Myrtle Leo. of the where it is now on display, thelstead of empty lime to be filled. ! wcre discussed, such as over- Jean Van Wichel. Joan Romero sir, you [oldest sweetheart missive exist-she can enjoy everv hour of it. : crowding, delinquency, unem-'and Mrs. Phillip Collin. ' ' Some middle-aged housewivesJploymcnt, and the deterioration! Mrs. Grace Brooks, social on the round of club|pj rst meetings, she is almost sure to; t First Card be bored a good part of the 1 It took a Frenchman to get I time. { the sweetheart angle going. Ac-j But if she regards her newj !cording to the British Museum j leisure as a wonderful gift in-! Plans for their annual M a y fashion| cr al chairman for the 1964 festi-' p ar tv benefit were discussed at val. _ " Rita Sny- ... , , der and Elizabeth Voellmy. Mar- P al church yesterday morning.. R rjoberts. social committee garet Pierce is responsible for' Mrs. William A. Throop a n d,chairman. Mrs. Russell A. decorations. Mrs. John E. Melcher are co-' Frank, ways and means chair- Ruth Baldwin was chairman;chairmen of the event, to beiman. announced a potluck din- for obtaining ushers for aft-; Ma)' 8 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in-ner for the husbands on March jernoon and evening programs.'the Great Hall at the church.; 26. prize wasl Usnerin 8 the first hour will be The theme will be "In Old Ha-j Prizes during the evening , 0 |Katherine Dickson and M a r y waii" and promises to havejwere won by Mrs. Lyn A. jCowie; second hour, Janine Mei-new and interesting attractions.!Choatc, Mrs. Glenn H. Choate zer and Charlotte Nagy; t h i r d Guild hostesses were Mrs. and Ronald O. Kibby. hour, Barbara Preston and Ju- Norman M. Burrell. St. Cather-i Hostesses were Mmes. Ivan lie Zeller; fourth hour. Mary ine's: Mrs. Newton C. Williams.;D. Hinerman. Glenn Choate and Van Vuren and Mike Murray, j St. Monica's; Mrs. Sherwood B.'K. Louis Perkins. Helen Daun, president of the! Marshall, St. Mary's: and Mrs.i local MTA branch, will preside.|Thomas M. Scott, St. Anne's..! Facts Classified Ads Studios represented among! St. Cecelia's guild met in the! Can Sell Anything the program participants a re!Manning lounge. ; Call 793-3221 ones are openly sentimental, as jof Orleans in 1415. Imprisoned I wisely spend the gift of leisure ! their education and begin to fill s'the gaps, by home study or by the one for the swain who's 1 in the Tower of London after I by putting their minds to work overcome—"I can't find words:the Battle of Agincourt, he'on a new or resumed ca- to tell, how much you mean to bribed a guard to smuggle itjrecr. Others look for gaps in me. This valentine just comes;out. to say, you're thought of loving- j The first flurry of valentine; ly." |in America was during the!going back to classes Or. the one destined for a 'Revolutionary War, said the as- 1 Others decide to use their lei wife "With all my love, thought-isociation. Colonial sweethearts sure by taking ful. sweet, loving, describe you improvised and made their!volunteer jobs, perfectly.." Hubby ends theisimple pen and ink valentines. missive with an "all my heart"! Esther Howland is credited pledge of affection. I with starting them commercial- In the non-sentimental cate-jly in the United States. She gory, there's the valentine that;printed a batch of English-style pals the sender on the back: "I valentines for classmates at suppose you're looking for a Mt. Holyoke College. valentine who's intellectual and; It was Leap Year and the sophisticated and good-looking, idemand encouraged her to! of buildings. More churches arejehairman. introduced her hos- I accept." Another to the point observes. "Valentine, we could talk turkey, if I weren't so chicken." "open shop" on a larger scale. After college, she became the head of a firm specializing in valentines. MENTONE-CRAFT^N By GEN SCHMIDT J|kO Facts Mentone Correspondent wtU^nnft ^H- Telephone Redlands 794-1903 * \m +rwW >r Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cham-*Hills. The grooms parents arc berlain of 13S5 Tourmaline avc-'Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thcnot of mie, Mentone. attend Grand-'Tarzana, Cajif. daughters wedding. j Mr. and Mrs. E. A Chamber-! Nuptial vows were pledged on 1 lain of Mentone the maternal February 2 at Saint Andrews I grandparents were also present. Episcopal Church in San Fcrnan-I The newlywcds arc honey-' do of Miss Karen Maulding and!mooning in San Francisco. Upon Roger Thenot before a gathering 1 their return they will reside in of 100 relatives and friends. [Los Angeles. The double ring ceremony was The groom attended Long performed by the Rev. Father Beach State College and has Duffy and was followed by a re-!majored in electrical engineer- ceplion at the John Carroll;ing and has received his mas- Ranch. The bride was escorted | ter's degree, to the altar by her father and| Mentone Congregational attended by Betty Jean Hearst. Church News her bridesmaids and Veronica! A special announcement that Aycrs, second bridesmaid. j the Treasure house that has John Thenot brother of t h c; been doing business on Brighton groom was the best man while: avenue will have a final sale of needed, and the programs and |tosses. Erica Reynolds, Ruth buildings should accomodate 1 Parr and Margaret Prins. the needs of the people of thej ..\t the March 2 meeting a inner city, she noted. The workiprogram of colored slides will of the All Nations Foundationlbe presented and narrated by was mentioned as being a fine a German exchange professor example of the type of program ifrom the University of Redon worthwhile needed for our growing cities.;lands. Furlher information may not confusingi jj rS- c. P. Ulmer opened the!be obtained from Mrs. Schalau. them with the kind of busy;business meeting with a mcs-! 793-1655, or Mrs. Donald Derby, work so often offered to wom-; sage f rom Mrs. O. J. Wittman .J792-25n. en - (Conference Woman's Society! It is the aimless killing | president. Mrs. C. S. Clark was of time instead of the intelli-' gent use of it that can make a woman's leisure seem more of a burden than a gift. Any leisure time activity that makes a woman use her brain will keep her from being bored, or from boring others. PLAN OIL PORT PARIS (UPI) — The French government Thursday announced plans, to build a big oil port 30 miles west of Marseilles on the Mediterranean. The announcement said the new port was made necessary by the increase in oil franker traffic in the Mediterranean. New industrial facilities are envisaged for the area between Marseilles and the port. I Richard Boyd and Phillip Maul ding brother of the bride, ush cr'ed the guests. Parents of the bride arc Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Maulding of; 1G0G1 Clialsworth St., Granada Airline seeks cut in rate SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)—Pacific Air Lines asked the state Public Utilities Commission Thursday for permission to reduce its $39.30 round trip fare between San Jose and Los Angeles-Burbank to S33.40. PAL said its rates still would not be as low as some competitors flying to Los Angeles from San Francisco International Airport, but that the reduced rates would help it attract more business in the San Jose area. MONEY TO BURN CHELMSFORD, Eng. fUPI) —Cashier Keith Rogers, 47, got so fed up counting banknotes he .put a match to Sl,302 a court was told here Thursday. "I couldn't stand the sight of money any longer and I had to burn it," Rogers explained. He was put on probation for two years. the treasures that it has held for several years. Final sale will be this Wednesday. Friday, next Monday and the doors will be closed on Wednesday the 19. The sale will be held from 10 a.m to 3 p.m each day on the above days." The women of the church that have been operating the treasure house urged everyone to come and see what treasures they .have to offer. The building will then be painted and fixed up so as to have church activities and also local community activities in It in the fulure. Police find no bomb WEST LOS ANGELES (UPI) —An anonymous caller warning of a bomb in the central office here of the General Telephone Co. forced evacuation of about 100 employes Thursday night, but no bomb was found by police. A few operators stayed in the building during the evacuation of the two-story building to run the switchboards. Service was not interrupted during the period from 9:30 to 10:00 p.m. takes you inside your diamond Its penetrating light, 'its all-seeing eye, takes you •right to the heart of your diamond...a thrilling experience ... but more than that, you have honest assurance that your diamond has been accurately judged and sensibly priced. Come in and see for yourself. NO. 5th REDLANDS Across from Redlands Federal JEW Adventist Services 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, 9:31. Morning worship 11:00. THE UNIVERSITY SEVENTH i DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH j Corner Central and Sao Ber i nardino streets, Loma Linda.! Charles W. Teel, pastor. j Saturday services, 9:15, Sabbath school. Worship service, 10:50. Vespers, Saturday afternoon. LOMA LINDA SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST HILL CHURCH W. K. Chapman, pastor. H. E. BelLz Jr., associate pastor. Sabbath school, 9:30 Saturday. Young.people, 7:30 p.m. Fri Jay. 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). in charge of the prayer group, U and devotions were led by Mrs.)' F. M. Toolhaker. Mrs. Alma I Swenson, Mrs. R. C. Collins, and Mrs. Ulmer reported on' the Midwinter WSCS meeting in Tucson, Arizona, in January. The following events were announced: February 14, 10:00 a. I m., World Day of Prayer, University Methodist Church. February 19, 11:45 a.m. Spring Festival luncheon; February 26. 10:00 a.m, Day Apart Serv- vicc, University Methodist Church: March 1. Consecration! of the Dr. H. II. Weeks Fellow-' ship Hall, and March 13. 20. j and 27, Study Course, "Intro-1 duction of Three Spiritual Clas! sics," leader Mrs. Lulu Kuhns.! Mrs. Ulmer closed the meeting with prayer. Lunceon was served by Circle 3, with Mrs. H. H. 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