Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 21, 1964 · Page 2
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2 - Friday, Feb. 21, 1964 Redlands Daily Foefs ccielij MISS JOSErtllNE REAY Society Editor Encampment, j J ea At Country ^fli7- i Club Tomorrow Install Jointly Yucaipa Rebekah], Baby Shares Lodge Nofes \ Shower Honors 28th Birthday \ With Mother The twenty-eighth birthday of: Sharing honors with his moth Yucaipa Rebekah Lodge was er, Mrs. Victor 0. Roos Jr.. _ observed this week with a pot was four-day-old Christopher luck dinner. Andrew Roos Jr. who was the A popular custom of former Officers instaUed recently for! years j s planned for "revival" Redlands Encampment and its Auxiliary in the IOOF hall were headed by Bert and Jessie Gurney as chief patriarch and chief'placed on the matriarch. ! ,his time on a Others were Joe Matula and Grace Pierce, senior wardens: Betsy Cook. New President Of Jr. Assisteens Junior members of the Assis­ teens. sponsored by Redlands Assistance League, elected Bet- at Redlands Country Club as Saturday afternoon teas for members and guests are being i sy Cook as their president when dub calendar. I the group met this week at the monthly basis for the present. Mrs. John Paulus. tea chair... , „ . , man. hopes that golfers and Nelson and Grace Matula. ; tcnnis , wm join , ne high priest and priestess; Elmcr: gues , s between 3 afld 4;30 During the evening Lucv center of attraction at a shower\* nd Freda Voyles junior «-ar-,th c clubhouse. Pouring tomor- Warren gave a resume of the given this week for Mrs. Roos,<«««: Roy Nelsor.and EdnaiLar- row wiI1 be Mrs . LaVt ° eDce E at the Ray Duncan home, 2« son : scribes. Harley Pierce and (Hoim and Mrs Robert T , llalllutu ..„,.. „ ,„„.,.,Terracina boulevard. Elsle ^ ork - treasurers; Gcorga-: Painc : . i-_. !. ... ... • na Herzog and Bessie Kruse.;— i lodge's activities from the time I it was institued. From 32 chap-,Terracina boulevard. ;ter members it has grown to Hostesses on this occasion 168 members, she said. It has with Mrs. Duncan were Mmes. sent,ncls ' . |Grand Matriarch, made contributed to may projects. Harry Reynolds. Robert Schaef- Howard Keener and Lucy war-. prjse ^ a[ thjs xim ^ such as the Odd/ellow Rebekah er. Walter Hughes. Harold Set;™ ; guides: Vnl jam JJ^-j icd by her Grand High Pries- Home and Children s Home, nepper. and Ernest Smith. Mirtle Curtis, Arthur ana Anna ji " 'volunteer service and n^mor- About 30 friends of the hono- Hunt. Lucille Keener, watches:itess Mabel Henmng of South 'ials to Heart Fund. Cali-Vu ree were guests of the evening. Frances McAllister. Nora Mit-jGatc and the District Deputy Friendship Club, scholarship Mrs. Roos is the daughter-in-ichell, Elsie Haggard and FredaiGrand Patriarch and District fund. Blood Bank, Crippled; law of Dr. and Mrs. Victor OjSchim. guards of the tent. I Deputy Grand Matriarch, Hen- Children's hospital at Desert: Roos of Redlands. i Carmalita Chillis of Hawthorn.; 1 ry and Xettie Jenner. Hot Springs and many others. I • — Dorothea Dolch gave an in- j teresting reading for the occas-j sion. Mabel Cedergren, vice grand. Viola Haddock, Elizabeth Conat and Alice Sommers headed the pot luck dinner committee. Emma R. Smith, district deputy president of district 73. was escorted and introduced. Visitors Violet Lindsay from Alberta, Canada and Edna Hed- slrum from Casper, Wyoming | were introduced and welcomed. | Viola Haddock. San Bernar- Idino County Heart Fund chair- !m<in for Rebekah Assembly, [called for more volunteers to i participate in canvassing Yu- ,caipa. Mabel Cedergren, Yucaipa Valley chairman, gave a report that many coffee hours and memorials have been giv jcn. J Members having birthdays in; 'February were honored with a ! J special cake made by Roann Goodman. The Sewing Club will be a sur- accom- It Happens But Once-A-Year . . . and Saturday It Begins ALL READY — Among hostesses for the recent luncheon attended by about 200 Space Technology Wives and guests at the Holiday Inn in San Bernardino were Mrs. Dan Knott, left, and Mrs. Frank McGaffigan, both of Redlands. A fashion show followed the luncheon. Although not organized as a club, STL wives hove several activities in which they join and they plan three luncheons a year to provide an opportunity for all to get together. Franklin PTA Honors Teacher, Past President Climaxing Franklin P.T.A.'s unit meeting Wednesday evening was the awarding of honorary life memberships to Mrs. William Shawver, editor of The Newsette and past president of the unit, and to Robert Blank, sixth grade teacher at Franklin for eight years. Mrs. Harvey J. Van Sickle, president, introduced past presidents attending the Founders Day meeting. They were Mrs. E. R. Fisher (1927), Mrs. Milton Owens, (1956), Mrs. Shawver (1961) and Mrs. Robert II. Lynn. Honorary life members present were Mmes. Lynn. lx>ttie Morgan. Albert Koehler. Dwight Catc, David Sawyer, Gretchcn Nance: Miss Doris Brewer, Miss Mary Geiger and Principal Donald II. Mcintosh. On the Founders Day committee were Mmes. John C. Pitts. Larry G. Steele and Willard Winchester who were assisted by the Cub Scouts and Junior Girl Scouts in presenting a program entitled "Our P.T.A. Tree", telling of the unifs accomplishments for the year. Mrs. Van Sickle and Mrs. David J. Pound were appointed to represent the school on the Redlands PTA Council nominating committee and the District Council. Mmes. Robert E. Bell, Gayle E. Wirz and Winchester were elected to form the unit nominating committee. Cultural exchange ends, Beatles leave MIAMI BEACH (UPI) - The Beatles were scheduled to re-: turn to Britain today after a hair-raising two week "cultural" visit to the United States. The Beatles planned to leave here for New York at 4:30 p.m EST, then leave New Y'ork for home on an 8 p.m. EST flight to London. AAUW BRIDGE GROUP SESSION AAUW bridge section met this week at the home of Mrs. Wil fiam N. Nitterhouse, 428 Sum mit avenue, with Mrs. George A. Hewey and Mrs. J. C. Soring as co-hostesses. Prizes went to Mrs. James Conant and Mrs J. M. Gorman. Other present were the Misses Ada K. Dietz, Ruth E. Foster, Clara Belle Ledahl and Mary E. Pew; and Mmes. Carroll Coons, Mildred Crowell, Berkley Dillon, Ann Ford Farran, S. S. Garland, E. Raymond Wilson, Ivar Holliday, Guy Williams, Thomas F. Steel Jr., Blanche Reese, Kenneth F. Lwranz, Ralph James, Earl Bone, A. D. Riedler and W. D. Hoyt. Credit Women Host Dinner For Bosses home of Linda Baker, 130 Sierra Vista drive. Other officers elected by the juniors were Peggy Malone, vice president; Pam Schindler. recording secretary: and K a t h y Kiley, corresponding secretary. Service hours were discussed during the meeting. The seniors met at the home of Candy Leonard. 103 Prospect drive, with Janie Stenebjem a: co-hostess. The seniors discussed service projects and heard a report on the fashion tea. Both groups made plans for representatives to attend the National Assis­ teens convention February 29- Membcrs of Credit Women's Breakfast club of Redlands entertained their "bosses" this! held February 26 at Mabel Ced week when they were din-j c 'ergrens home, 12261 Eigh ner hostesses at the Elks club. Judge Ben Alexander was speaker of this evening. H i s teenth street Refreshments, including a birthday cake, were served by Dorothea Dolch, Elizabeth topic was "The Law and Small ; Conat; Hattie Gregg ' and pear , I Gail. IP.N.G. CLUB {MEMBERS MEET AAUW STUDY GROUP TO CONCLUDE SERIES International Relations study section of AAUW will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Dr. Nadinc Cragg, 31390 Mesa drive. Mrs. Ethel Cowe will j Beaver, Claims Mildred Jones gave the invo-| cation before dinner and Betty Hall, president, welcomed the guests. Members and guests present} Past Noble Grands club of were Judge and Mrs. Alcxandcr.jSapphire Rebekah lodge met Bctly Hall, Mildred Jones. Lois;this week with Helen Anderson Holcomb, Wanda Gallagher, Na- in her San Bernardino home, dine Posey. Fayette Woods. Hcl- Marjoric Hoar was co-hostess, en Kress. Opie Norcnberg. Bet-.Gertrude Spellman was installed ty Jane Hcldt. Don Thorpe. Mr. as president during the meeting and Mrs. Charles Graves, Joe and others present were Mar- Burgess, Margaret Peach. Don garet Rhoades, Ruth Whitmer. Richard Schwengel. Sallic Littleton. Florence Mc- present the program of the reli-' Dorrinc Hartford. M. Wendell 1 Connell, Myrtle Curtis, and Min- gions and philosophy of India to j Morrissct, Kenneth G. Kellogg, nie Williams. Mrs. Anderson won conclude the series on India. A-jMr. and Mrs. Eddie Scidlitz.i the mystery prize. Date of the AUW members and friends are j Sam Speivak, .Ann Carter and'next meeting will be announced invited. 'Karen Stealer. ilater. wm Moo Who Has a Birthday FEBRUARY 22 Fred Huante Richard Figueredo N. A. Conover Milton B. Hill, Jr. Ernest Berkheimer Ralph Wendland Roger Chancy E. G. Kendall Sam Coyazo Bob Hawkins Marion Arnetf Tim Kranfz James Lee Corman Thomas Capen Frank R. Clewett Robert Heston Daniel Landeros Earl Nicks Peter Rodriquet Eugene Miller Ellis Crane Bill Hodson Tom Vogt-Nilsen John Vogt-Nilsen Roni Walters Ernest Lloyd R. Hardy Happy Birthday from 11 E. State Ph. PY 3-2505 DEBBIE — Harris' Campus Fashion Leader says — "Rayon with Look of Linen is So Smart for Spring '64 Slightly fitted sheoth with double-breasted front, back zip, tiny belt trim. Turquoise or red in 7 to 15. From our Helen Whiting collection. II $ 13 98 CAMPUS DEB SHOP 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Hosiery Sale Now is the time to stock up on those ever needed nylon stockings. You'll want to get more than one pair at these wonderful prices. In the latest spring colors. Sam less Heel and Toe Regularly $1.35 Pair .. . NOW Seamless Demi Toe, Reg. $1.50. • Seamless Agilon Stretch, Reg. • Seamless Walking Sheer, Seamed Sheer, Reg. $1.35. Reg INTRODUCTORY OFFER! Sheer Lycra Support Stockings $099 Reg. $4.95. Now Only «J Pair HOSIERY - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS'

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