MISS JOSEPHINE fiEAY Society Editor C. De Graafs Honored On 60fh Anniversary Young Musicians Eligible For Spinet's 1964 Auditions Redlands Daily Facts, Wed., Feb. 19, 19M - 3 Their two sons and daugh- Senior Citizens Luncheon Friday Members of Redlands Senior Golden Agers Birthday Party Students now in grades 9, lOiditions date is May 2. but re- and U with musical ability to quests must be sent in by •perform with orchestra (concer- -^ rcn 1- . . , . !, . , . . .. , . ,- i A letter giving the title and; . . : t0 or soIo > are mvltcd 10 audl -composer selected for the audi-i cltlzens are rem "Jded to bringjwill celebrate its 6th birthday ters-in-Iaw were hosts and hos-: l > on for The Spinet Youth Con-ition selection, along with signa-! 3 covered . disn and their own ; tomorrow with a chicken din- tesses for a surprise party hon-itest of 1964. itures of the teacher and a par-j tab!e scrvice t0 the covered dish ; 'ner in Mentone Woman's club- 'f loring Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius! Last October Cecelia Sawyer.lent, should be sent to M i s s ! luDcneon Friday at 1 p.m. at the;house. The party will start at Mentone"s Golden Age club De Graaf. 302 Sonora street, on Pianist, performed with t h eMcCollister, 1011 "D" East Cen-i YWCA * i 12:30 p.m. the occasion of the couple's 60thRedJands University - Commu-tral avenue.' Redlands. Others on! East week - there were K i Members of the Woman's club weddmg anniversary. imty Symphony Orchestra as the the auditions committee are, members a ° d guests present for; wiu be the Golden Agers' in- Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Dc'f'^t winner. 'This is the type.Mrs. Leo Daun. Mrs. Joseph the aft ernoon. Guests were Miss: v itcd guests. Mr and Mrs Rob' Frances Babcock. ' An iGraaf Jr. and .Mr. and Mrs.; of recognition which The Spinet Prcndergast. Mrs. Mark Russell De Graaf entertained wishes to give to our y o u n g drews and Laurence Clark at the latters' home, 617 Cajoni musicians and hopes that by street. such encouragement, student Coming from out of town!™ 3 ? fe<?l rewarded for Ion; were a nephew. Jasper Hend-pears of work and will continue ricks, and his wife from I '^.muska^ growth", says Miss; A "Junior Roundtable" fo rj assistant leaders, as well as Aurora. III.: from San Bernar- T * J "- "-^ dino were Mrs. Maude Pniiks- ROUNDTABLE SET FOR Jr. GIRL SCOUT LEADERS . , new mem-: ert Lansston will be host and jber: Mrs. C. W. Hartman, Mrs.;hostess tomorrow and will P ro- _! Kitty Frey, Mrs. Bertha Flsn-'vide a birthday cake. jfass, Mrs. Alpha Goode and A guest at last week's meeting was Mrs. C. E. Perry' of —: Washington, D.C., the Lang- in-:stons' daughter. ! Frank Wilkins. RECEIVE RECOGNITION - Members of Yucaipa Woman's Club who were guests of honor ot yesterday's birthday luncheon were these five women who have been members for over 40 years. Standing at lower left is Mrs. Jess Miller. On the stairs, from top down, are Mrs. Jessie Jackson, Mrs. Walter A. Andrews, Mrs. W..F. Cruickshank and Mrs. G. M. Matthews. 40-Year Members Honor Guests At Yucaipa Woman's Club 53rd Birthday Luncheon ma. .Mr. and Mrs. Herman' Berger, Neil Berger and Mrs.! Harriet Brewer: and from Bar-! stow were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold! Xuykendall. I Redlands guests were Messrs. and Mmes. Martin Boersma.l George Kwappenberg. Ernest! Brummeler: .Mmes. Netta De-i Vries, Barney I.cest. Maude Smith. William Radford, Leon-j ard Lecst: Miss Johanna Lecst.] .Miss Glenda Hardin and Jerry] De Graaf. The honored couple wcrej married in Paterson. N.J.. on • February 6. 1904. They spent' the early years of their mar- jried life in Paterson and came! to Redlands in 1918. Mr. De! Graaf first worked for the' Colton Car Shops and then opened and for many years continued to operate two grocery stores, one in Redlands on .Vor- dina street and another in Mentone. He is now retired. Both Mr. and Mrs. De Graaf are members of the Bethany Reformed church. In addition to their two sons they now have four grandchil drcn and two great-grandsons. Edith McCollister, chairman of 1 Junior Girl Scout Leaders of Saniterested consultants, are invit-l the auditions committee. iGorgonio Council is scheduledjed to take this opportunity to; TREASURE HOUSE Students living in "iucaipa.for tomorrow morning from .exchange problems, ideas, pro-i Your unused furniture or ap- Linda, and;9:30 to noon at the Girl Scout;gram plans and badge and sign plian<-es will find a ready mar- :ible. The au-Office. AH Junior leaders and interpretations at this time, jket through Classified Ads. Mentone, Highland Loma are eli; SAN BERNARDINO RIVERSIDE REDLANDS We Are Excited About This Timely Event at the Start of the Season Spring Suit Sale Yucaipa Woman's club cele-i"progress" in the introductionjtion committee brated its 53rd birthday yester-:by Mrs. C. Wylie of three new day with a "floral" luncheon inj members. They are Mrs. their clubhouse, a spring-likejBurette Yoder. Mrs. E. L. Dix- setling noted in the decorative i on and .Mrs. Lowell Tharp. appointments arranged by Mrs.) The program of the afternoon' — M. A. Neiswcnder for the spec-j featured Mrs. Frank Simmons.,' ial occasion. |pianist, who presented the Liszt' Sealed at the head table andCUn Sospiro" Concert Etude, honor guests of the afternoon!Glinka's "The Lark" and a were five of (he club's 40-ycar: 1 Chopin Waltz, and .Mrs. Clif- members. Wearing gift cor-jford Lovelace whose selections, sages from the club, they were:were "People Will Say We're. and. as a special Len Teen Pearls Simplicity is a good rule of thumb when buying pearls for teens. A single-strand debutaDte was assisted hyjnccklacc of graduated pearls is eight club members in this j the best selection. It's a style work. Mrs. Clara Hayneslthat's always in fashion and headed the serving committee can be worn later with other with eight assistants. (necklaces. i Featuring Wools from America's Finest Mills! An exciting array of smartly styled, beautifully tailored spring suits. In the colors, the silhouettes, and the fabrics you want most! We've sketched just three of these fashion-right suits to give you some idea of this magnificent selection. Choose from Monotone Boucles — Baskefweaves — Spicy Wool and Mohair Blends—Diagonals—Tweeds—Pom Poms all at One Low Price EACH in Love ten offering, the spiritual "Were You There". Business of (he day included election of a nominating committee. It includes Mmes. D. D Wilbur, H. Skinner. E. Sutt, G. Hoffmeyer; and Miss Ruth E. Foster. Mrs. Elsie Beaumont, chairman of the luncheon prepara- Women's Golf Activities Friday's feature for women golfers at the Country Club will be "Guest Day" with meda! play. A "coffee draw" is scheduled for February 2S. Mmes. W. F. Cruickshank, E. Jackson, J. Miller, W. Andrews and G. Matthews. .Mrs. Matthews and Mrs. Jackson arc also charter members of the club which was first started in 1911, organized in 1914 and incorporated in 1917. Mrs. Matthews was its first secretary. The club's flower, the purple iris, was featured in a large arrangement placed on the stage. The club colors, purple and white, were noted in an attractive display in the foyer and on the luncheon tables. Holsinger's of Yucaipa provided the artificial flowers used in decorating. The club's theme, "Progress with Harmony", has been the motto of the current president,! Mrs. Gardner Parker, for the 1 Winners of last week's medal, past two years. The "harmony" j tournament were, in Class A[ was noted again in the cooper- - ^ lrs - Dan C. A. Smith. 89- ation of members arranging the ;ir " 72 - ,icti for firsl ui,h Mrs luncheon and program and theiVernon Crcar. 85-13-72; Mrs. -William E. Howard, second. 91 17-74: Mis. Leonard Watkins fl.">-lG-79. tied for third with Mrs, Percy Dornfeld. 97-18-79. Class B — Mrs. Albert Wincher, 97-23-74, tied for first with Mrs. W. Dee Cowen, 98-24-74; Mrs. James Hicks, second, 9620-76; Mrs. Donald Miller, third, 98-21-77. Class C—Mrs. Richard Finch, first, 99-25-74; Mrs. Jasper Bailey, second, 103-28-75; Mrs. Edwin Hales, 105-28-77; tied for third with Mrs. Eugene Malone, 102-25-77. Class D—Mrs. Harold Moser, first, 104-32-72; Mrs. James Griswold, second, 110-36-74; Mrs. David Rogers, third, 11235-77; Mrs. Frank Genetti, fourth, 112-32-80. Results of the third round of the President's Cup tournament were: Mrs. Crear defeated Mrs. Wincher; Mrs. William Howard defeated Mrs. Karp Stockton; Mrs. Cowen defeated Mrs. Fred Heisner. Mrs. Jack Clay and Mrs. Edward Banta have still to play their match. In the second round of the Vice President's Cup tournament, Mrs. Robert Scholton defeated Mrs. Robert Hurt; Mrs. Dornfeld defeated Mrs. Austin Welch: Mrs. Richard Finch| defeated Mrs. Bailey; Mrs. Robert W. Baker defeated Mrs. Gerald Larsen; Mrs. Earl Bandy defeated Mrs. Franklin Postle; Mrs. Edwin Hales defeated Mrs. Jack Dunbar: Mrs. Harold Moser defeated Mrs. Marjorie Summers and Mrs. James Hicks defeated Mrs. Robert Sherrod Square Dancers Graduate 45 A class of 45 teen-agers grad< uated and received diplomas before about 100 people at the recent Twirl-n-Teens square dance session in the IOOF hall. Kenny Brown is the club's caller. New officers arc Nelson Salerno, president; Larry Brown, vice president; Chris Damon, secretary; Cindy Carbough, treasurer, and Chelse Korte, sheriff. A large beginners class is now going on on Monday evenings from 7 to 9:30 p.m. in the IOOF hall with Kenny Brown as instructor. All teen-agers interest cd are invited. LUTHERAN WOMEN TO HEAR MRS. MILLER Women of the First Evangelical Lutheran church will have a general meeting tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Ward Miller wiU be the guest speaker, reviewing her experiences during her year in Helsinki, Finland where she established a Sunday school and telling of her visit to Russia. Food 7 from • 5 ' Te i n-A Garden Mint relrtshmj flavor in tea. BOTH NOW nailaWe at... SAGE'S COMPLETE MARKET 450 E. Cypress Ave. Redlands O—The bidding has been: East South West North IV 1A Pass 3 * Pass ? You, South, hola: *K J104 2 VA32 4A32 +Q6 What do you do? A— Bid four spades. Tou have a very sound overall. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding three spades your partner bids two diamonds. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow The Middy Look in Two Trim Pieces by Sandra Lou A Brooks Uniform 14 s Over-blouse tops a slender skirt. In Wash VT Wear Dacron® polyester and nylon corded knit jersey. White. Sizes 6 to 18. 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