Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 17, 1964 · Page 3
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Monday, February 17, 1964
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MR. AND MRS. WILLIAMS GARRICK PATTERSON Garry Patterson Claims Girl From Norway As Bride In Stanford Chapel Stanford's Memorial Chapel was the setting for the wedding of Gunhild Borgny Hovlandsdal of San Jose and Williams Garrick Patterson of Palo Alto, formerly of Redlands, the nup tials performed at 5 o'clock on the afternoon of February 8. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Endre Hovlandsdal of Bergen, Norway. A registered nurse, she has been employed in the San Jose hospital. Dr. Marcy Shupp, a friend of, the family from San Jose, escorted her to meet her bridegroom, son of Mrs. William S. Marshall of Honolulu, Hawaii, and Edmund D. Patterson, Jr. of Redlands. The bride's gown of silk organza, made over a semi hoop, was designed with long torso bodice featuring a cowl neck line. Her short illusion veil fell from a headdress of pearls and sequins. She carried a sbeaf of roses and wore the Patterson family heirloom pearls, the bridegroom's gift to her. Maid of honor and the bride's only attendant was Diane Hills of San Jose. Her dress was a white and gold sheath and she carried yellow roses. James M. Patterson, now of San Bernardino, attended his brother as best man. Don Marble and Richard Sandys, both of Palo Alto, ushered. Rev. R. M. Minto, pastor of the Memorial Church, was the officiating minister. Baskets of white stock, gladioli and carnations were used with cathedral candles in goldleaf niches and massive candelabra clusters to provide an attractive setting for the exchange of vows. Mrs. Marcy Shupp took the place of the bride's mother for the occasion, wearing a dress of blue lace with magenta access ories and a white orchid corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore a toast colored silk dress with short jacket effect over beige chiffon underlay. Her corsage was also a white orchid. After the wedding reception at Ricky's Hyatt House in Palo Alto, the young couple left for a skiing trip to Sun Valley Idaho. They will make their, home at 1950 Manhattan avenue in Palo Alto where Garry is a research engineer with Hiller Aircraft Corp. He received his degree in mechanical engineering from Stanford University in 1957. His bride was educated in Norway. Dinner followed the champagne wedding reception where the bride's table was decorated with white stock, carnations and lilies of the valley. The five- tiered bride's cake was similarly decorated. Tables for the 35 guests were centered with white and yellow flowers. Leaving for her wedding trip, the bride changed into a dress of turquoise wool with jacket and a sable boa. She also wore several orchid leis. The evening preceding the wedding, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Patterson Jr. entertained the wedding party at dinner at the Swiss Chalet. Mrs. Gonzales Honored With PTA Award Mrs. Sal Gonzales, president of the Lincoln School P.T.A. was honored with a life mem bersbip award at the a n n u a 1 Founders Day and life member' ship program in the multi-purpose room of Lincoln school on Thursday evening. 'Mrs. Gonzales has worked with a sincere interest in t h e Lincoln school P.T.A. for the past 18 years. Her tireless effort in the interest of young children is evidenced by her valuable service to the school," stated Mrs. John Ramos, in presenting the life membership pin. Honored with the presentation of carnation corsages were former recipients of life membership awards: Mmes. Clyde Montooth, Ray Guest, Joe Jimenez, Ramos, Martin Gonzales, Gerritt VandeBurgt, Clyde Ricker; and the Misses: Lola Heron and Stella Barron. Appropriate to the theme, Founders Day," was the presentation of "Happy Birthday". Girl Scouts and teachers participated in the reading given by Mrs. Ramos. Keynoting the letters of Happy Birthday, the purposes and ideals of P.T.A. were explained. Centering the refreshment table was a large birthday cake. Decorations for the evening carried out the Valentine theme. Mothers of Karl Kramer's room and Mrs. Florence Berkheimer's room provided refreshments. ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Penny Banks Provide Funds For TV Sets For Children At City Of Hope "Penny Bank" contributionsielected financial secretary to from members of Redlands ^P^te the term of Mrs. O'Neil chapter of the City of Hope willi^'"", w ' ho n, ° ved from Bed , M -t_. / . » lands last month, make it possible to purchase two , . 1 A nominating committee will be selected at the March meet- portable television sets for the children's wing at the Duarte Medical Center and hospital, it was announced at the February meeting of the chapter. Mrs. Lewis E. Krumm Jr. and Mrs Don W. Eickman were co-hostesses for the meeting at the Krumm home, 855 Nottingham drive. The "penny bank" project chairman, Mrs. Mark A. Hardin, announced that television sets will ease the burden of inactivity for children who are confined to bed for long periods. The basketball game scheduled between the Los Angeles Rams and local basketball stars is being met with much enthusiasm, members noted. The local team, known as the "Redlands ing. Baby sitting service is available for members while attending meetings and may be arranged by contacting Mrs. Krumm. AARP Fun Night Scheduled A "Fun Night" is announced for Redlands chapter, American Association of Retired Persons, when members meet Wednesday for a potluck dinner at 6:30 p.m. in the board room o£ Redlands public schools. Games and other recreational activities will complete the evening. At their last business meeting. President Porter B. Wall award Racers," is composed of ex-col -j e( j t jje AARP to A. G. Elder for lege and professional players l his "meritorious and efficient now living in this valley. The | service as president for the year We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT. League Of Women Voters Meets Tuesday "California Legislature" is the topic for panel discussion when Redlands League of Women Voters meets tomorrow from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the Lyon wing of Smiley library. Members are asked to use the Eureka street entrance. Panel members are Mrs. Jo seph Damus, Mrs. Gus S. Economy and Mrs. Martin Kamhi. They will evaluate the factors that affect responsiveness and responsibility of the state legislature; election term of office; compensation; frequency and length of sessions; and legisla ture duties. Mmes. Robert Jenkins, Jack Linsk, Charles Ronin and Oscar Gunderson attended the recent "State League Day" in Long Beach and Mrs. Ronin will give a brief resume of her impressions of this meeting. The purpose of the League of Women Voters is to promote political responsibility through informed and active participation of citizens in government. All women of the communty are invited to attend the meeting. AFS Students Speak To Teachers Group The 1964 American Field Service students attending Red lands High school, Mener Frades of the Philippines and Oliver Gorges from France, were guest speakers at the February meeting of Alpha Delta Kappa, teachers' honorary sorority, at the home of Mrs. Robert Stitt, 415 Sunnyside avenue. They told of the schools, customs, economics and political life of their respective countries and answered questions from the group. The sorority is planning a fashion show and luncheon for February 29 at Azure Hills Country Club. This will be a benefit for the A.F.S. fund. A report was made of the Greenspot Club Women Make Plans For Sale A potluck luncheon preceded the recent February meeting of Greenspot Woman's club in the Greenspot clubhouse. Mmes. L 0. Sommers, Walter Trenery, Mary Kryder and H. C. Smith were hostesses of the day. The club made additional plans for their spring rummage sale and a day was designated to make draperies for the Scout House. Mrs. Kay Cook is in charge of this project. Birthday month for the club was also noted. An interesting illustrated talk was presented by Mrs. Frances Combs, owner of "Combsie's Garden" in Yucaipa. She is founder of the State Daffodil Society and originally put on daffodil shows at her home. They are now held at Descanso Gardens. Mrs. Combs writes garden articles for Sunset Magazine. She brought specimens from her gardens to illustrate her talk about bulbs that grow in this area. Attending the meeting were Mmes. Addie M. Ballowe, Art Bell, Bruce Bushnell, Melvin Caskey, Walter Clark, AI Cook, A. E. Cosby, John Dayton, Effa Eaglen, Steve Hovanas, Mary Kryder, Frances Manne, Sidney McCollum, Robert Munyer. Mmes. R. W. Plummer, H. B. Robinson, Homer Schreiber, Carl Shedd, H. C. Smith, L. O. Sommers, Walter Trenery, E. D. Crawford, Theodore Phy; and guests, Mrs. Robert Griffin and Miss Marsha Griep. informational tea held January 26 with teachers from surrounding areas as guests. Mrs. Stitt and Miss Marion Wakefield served refreshments to Mmes. Sewall Jones, Robert McKim, Melvin Mete, Ralph Mitchell, Nathan Moore, Marshall Phelps, Raymond Putnam, Clyde Ricker, Fred Sales, David Sawyer, Les Sobetzer; and the Misses Harriet Johnson and Helene Villard. FOR... A BETTER SERVICE AT LESS COST... CALL E. D. HAHN PAINTING & DECORATING LICENSED, INSURED 793-2664 After 5 P. M. Coll 794-1789 A gentleman is a man who— In filling out a questionnaire gives his right age—but gallantly subtracts a bit from his wife's years. Never, never says, "Funn; this is what I had for lunch' when his wife has prepared one of his favorite dishes for din ner. Never remarks, "If that isn't | just like a woman" when some other woman does something stupid. Considers his wife as helpless as other women when it comes to opening doors, carrying heavy packages, or moving furniture. Manages to look pleased rather than unpleasantly sur prised when he comes home from work a bit early and finds his wife's bridge foursome still going strong. Doesn't read the newspaper at breakfast — or gives his wife half of it Invites his wife out to dinner now and then instead of waiting until she has such a bad case of cabin fever she insists on going out. Says to his wife after dinner (even one that didn't go so well), "That was a wonderful meal and I think everyone had a good time." Telephone his wife and let her know when he is bringing home an out-of-town friend or busi ness associate. Treats bis wife's friends and relatives with his best brand of hospitality. Never tells a funny story about his wife that he knows will embarrass her. Those are the qualities of a gentleman — from a wife': point of view. Soltau Students Give Recital Mrs. David L. Soltau, 24 Brookdale drive, presented a group of students in a recent Valentine recital. Three awards were made for preparation of lessons to intermediate students who had had from 60 to 100 lessons. Honored were Barbara Keister, Helen Roberts and Andrew Holling worth. Others on the program were Julie Roberts, Derene Williams Pam Martens, David and Joy von Wolffersdorff, Patty Bollinger, Kate Hamilton, Charlie Roberts, Suzanne Macy and Beverly Farrar. Sandra Boiling er presented clarinet solos. Guests were friends of t h e young performers who shared in the program and refreshments. EASTERN STAR CHAPTER MEETING Copa del Oro chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the Masonic temple. All members are invited. Lois Pendleton is chairman and transportation may be arranged with Marie Barnett. The Worthy Ma trons and Worthy Patrons party has been canceled. Q—-The bidding has been: South West North East 1 * Pass 2 V Pass 3 V Pass 4 + Pass 4 V Pass 4 * Pass 5 • Pass 6 4t Pass You, South, hold: •KJ1042 VA32 «A32 4>Q6 What do you do now? A—Pass. Tour partner has a rood hand, bnt he was willing to stop at four spades. TODAY'S QUESTION You hold the same hand. The bidding is opened to your right with one heart. What do you do? Answer Tomorrow Rams team includes most of the top stars of their professional football team. The game will be played March 12 in the high school gym. Ticket chairmen, Mrs. Douglas B. Emmons and Mrs. Eugene Miller, report that members are calling for their second supply of tickets. Tickets are also available at Gair's and at Levine's. Mrs. Herman Obregon was 1963." Plans were completed for to day's bus trip to the Date Festi val in Indio. Details will be announced soon for the trip to Marineland scheduled for April TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Conservation Subject Of DAR Program Mrs. Joseph Harriott of Yu eaipa was speaker at the Friday meeting of Arrowhead chap ter, Daughters of the American Revolution, for which Miss Margaret Pierce, 722 Eureka street, opened her home. Mrs. Harriott's topic was con servation and she spoke of the many kinds of conservation. She told the story of the now famous Smokey Bear who, she said, is a real bear and is now in Wash ington, D.C. Smokey is a conservation symbol throughout the country today, she said. Mrs. Harriott also noted Con servation Week, to be observed March 7-14 with tree planting day March 7. American in origin. Arbor Day originated in Nebraska in 1871, she an nounced. In California, it honors the naturalist, Luther Surbank. In keeping with the historical observance during February, Mrs. Charles Alfred reported on national and civil defense. Mrs. Phoebe James, regent, reported on the success of the recent bridge genefit. Because of the state conference, the March meeting will be postponed one week and will be at the home of Mrs. Charles S. Hunt on March 20. Job's Daughters Welcome Ten Into Bethel Ten girls were welcomed into membership at the recent initia tion meeting of Redlands Job's Daughters bethel in Masonic Temple. They were Suzanne Martin, Robyn Weaver, Sandra Smith, Carol Lynn Sarrett, Christine Dunson, Pamela Dunson, Sharyl Balaban, Susan Marie Ficker, Donna Luce and Patty Bradley. It was also deputy grand guardian's official visit and Mrs. Mary Wheeler was introduced and presented a gift in keeping with the Valentine theme. Mrs. Wheeler is deputy grand guardian and also past guardian of the bethel. Escorts were given to past honored queens Mary Roberts and Jackie Bilter of Redlands bethel; past associate guardians, Perry Wheeler and Ray Bilter of Redlands; L. Hartwell of San Bernardino; past guardian, Mrs. Sylvia Bilter; guardian, M r s. Barbara Weaver and associate guardian, Eugene Johnson. The librarian's report was entitled "Take Time" and was presented by Mary Bradley. The evening's prize went to Franci Whitlow. WOMEN ACCOUNTANTS DINNER TOMORROW The monthly meeting of the California Citrus Belt chapter of the American Society of Women Accountants will begin tomorrow at 7 p.m. at Harold's Charcoal Broiler in Fontana. In charge of the program and evening's arrangements is Mrs. Carmen Litwiller of Fontana. Ralph M. Lewis, of Pomona, C.P.A. and attorney, will speak on "The Accountant's Views of Condominiums." SALEM CIRCLE PREPARES FOR SALE Materials were distributed for clothes and handwork in prepa ration for the spring sale when Salem Circle met recently at the First Christian Reformed church. Entertainment was pro vided by a trio consisting of Mrs. D. Vander Woude, Mrs. R. Heemstra and Mrs. S. Waase- naar who sang "Under the Cross." Mrs. C. Downey presided and refreshments were served by the host church. Redlands Daily Facts Monday, Feb. 17, 1964 -3 Guest Minister > Speaks At Guild Meeting The February regular meeting of the Women's Guild of the Redlands Church of Religious Science, presented Rev. Hubert Turner, minister, Religious Science church, San Bernardino, speaking on the subject public relations between church and community. He presented various suggestions on ways and means for developing good public relations between church and community, particularly stressing the traits of tolerance, cordiality, the giving to each member an opportunity to serve in his individual way, patronizing local business in their way of thought. He closed with the statement that good public relations is nothing but the expression of love, tolerance and understanding. Rev. Turner came to San Bernardino from Santa Monica. He has been a Truth student for 30 years and was ordained a minister of Religious Science in January, 1964. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Mmes. Helen Daustin and Mrs. Rhea Jones. The next meeting of the Guild will be in the church social hall March 12 with Betty Martinez and Annabel Pontius as hostesses. YUCAIPA CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS MEETING Court Holy Spirit, Catholic Daughters of America, will have a business meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the social hall of St Frances X. Cabrini church in Yucaipa. Hostesses will be Mrs. Jack Perisits and Mrs. Jo Brooks. turt MHiumM •ANKRNMON0 MVEMma Talk About Long Leg Parity Selection There's FORMFIT Dress and Pant Shaper for Every Need.. Every Figure .. Every PocJcetbook FOUNDATIONS - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' No. 808 — diamond- shaped panels, spandex, very light. S-M-L. $7.95, XL $8.95. THE HARRIS COMPANY, E. State St., Redlands £j Pleas* send me fhe following: Quantity ITEM Size Price No. 821 — Long leg Skippies — lightweight miracle spandex. $4.95 No. 818 — Spandex with tummy control. $6.95 No. 810—hi-rise- waist, spandex back and sides $6.95 No. 842 — lace front panel, elastic side control. $7.95 The Form fit Select-a-Shape Collection Choose your figure and leave the rest to Form- fit Dress-Shapers. All Girdles In S-M-L-Xl. No. 889 — front, back and side control pan els, zipper. $8.95 Dept. 36-00 No. 872—hi-rise waist, front, back and side control panels. $10.95 No. 832 — extra body length, front, back and side control. $10.95 No. .840—ri-rtse waist, no-roll top, front and back panels. $10.95 USE H AMIS' OniOHAL CUBIT HAH S.«r. Fijmiit «|.M..*I. Smrrkm Cl.jl 4 tUmtm, t» FT- Op*, mm OflL.W Cimm* Kmm Mmmt I (n.T»*-MM| *%mm1 *rrM .mmm.mmtM. onw tar> f>n tt &*• ! (fm. < mm* fft. ommt »•»• t» T» « •Ml in- rr l-irmm <*—> 1 >-a .M I The Studio of WM. £LMR KINGHAM

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