Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 26, 1964 · Page 3
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ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor MR. AND MRS. EARL D. DUGAN Children Surprise Earl D. Dugans With 50th Anniversary Celebration Surprises were numerous for another son and daughter with Redlands Elks' Charity Ball For CP Project For the benefit of their major project, assistance to children afflicted with cerebral palsy, Redlands Elks Lodge will sponsor a Charily Ball Saturday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the clubhouse. The ball will be followed by a charity benefit breakfast. Last year. California Elks raised approximately S300.000 to support their major project. At present there are 56 station wagons with attendant therapists. Together, these travel more than 72,000 miles per month throughout the state giving aid and treatment to crippled children and teaching parents therapy procedures. "A penny a day, they will walk and play" is the slogan and goal set by members of the Redlands lodge. The money raised will be turned in by the Exalter Ruler at the state convention in San Jose in May. Past Exalted Ruler Guy A. Daniels of the Redlands lodge is a member of the California Stale Major Project committee. Eight of the station wagon therapists arc under his super vision in this district. Redlands Daily Facts Wed., Feb. 26, 1964 -3 Playschool Adds Second Session Redlands Playschool at t h e First Presbyterian church is offering a duplicate Playschool program to children who will enter kindergarten in the fall. The afternoon session opening DOWN-TO-EARTH NEW YORK (UPI)-Somc 27 million women are now engaged in gardening. Fourteen million of these grow their own vegetables as well as flowers, reports the Union Fork and Hoe Co. is tentatively set for Monday, March 2. Parents interested it enrolling their children are asked to contact the Playschool, telephone 793-2S39. The director, Mrs. J. C. Abbott, will answer any questions concerning the program, hours, fee and others. PALM CLUB MEETS TOMORROW Palm Club. Royal Neighbors of America, will meet at I p.m. tomorrow with Mrs. Margaret Hann. 620 Eleventh, street. PREPARE 5,000 INVITATIONS - Mrs. Charles Dowson, Mrs. Gerold Smith ond Miss Margaret Pierce, from left, prepare membership letters, including luncheon invitations, to be mailed this week to 5,000 registered Republican women in this area. Redlands Republican Woman's club is sponsoring the fashion show-luncheon, scheduled for March 9 at the Elks club, and will feature Katherine Wright, editor of 'Telewoman," as speaker. Mrs. Keith Carlson and Mrs. Louis Fletcher will accept reservations. Mrs. Lee Harris, Redlands club president, stresses the fact that all Republican women, especially newcomers whose names ond addresses are not yet known to her committee, are invited to the luncheon and urged to make early reservations. Korean Student , Starlighters At \ Mmes. Howard, ,,..„,.„.„... . , Speaker For ; Social Meeting 1 Cowen To Meet Redlands Elks lodge invites! V /eS IeVan Guild | Starlighters club of Copa deli In Golf Finals ,11 members, their guests andi 7 ;Oro chapter. Order of the East-| . • .......-_i -r M-„.-i„...,r, « n rv. „m o,,- /.ho™ tho <Ji Pnir i -t'si Mrs Wi ham E. Howan a friends to attend Charity Ball Saturday'sj Members of Wesleyan Serv-jern Star, chose the St. Patrick's; Mrs. William E. Howard and !ice Guild of the First Method-iDay theme for their meeting in Mrs. Dee Cowen will meet in fist Church and their guests ; the snack room of Masonic tem-itlic finals of the President's Cup ;were entertained Monday eve- pie last evening. Members wore!tournament for women golfers jning at the home of Miss Alice touches of green while green^t the Country club following i Beaver who was assisted by streamers, shamrocks and St.!* ,rs - Howard's defeat of Mrs. (Mrs. Vi Christian. :Patrick's hats were placed on: Vcrnon Crear on toe lsth hole I Mrs. Wilma Carlock presided.jthc tables. A dancing Irish doll| an d Mrs. Cowen's win over Mrs. |and dcvotionals were con-;dominated the mantel setting. Ed Ba nta on the 15th. r- t r. r. „ „ , „ , - , i . ..ducted by Mrs. Dora Frederick. Hostesses were Mmes. W. H. LWlnn c rs m toe third round of Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Dugan. their spouses. Mr. and Mrs., An informal "Hootenanny . Kol)owing the blIsincss meeting.^Branscum. Harry Scott Arthur the V,ee Pr «"denfs Cup match , „ Redlands Junior, Miss Hye Kjm a graduate stu .i P . Crim Jr and , r w Dun Jr. Clubwomen Entertain At "Hootenanny" and West Park avenue, when they .Marcus Dugan and Mr. noted their Golden Wedding an- Mrs. Harry Johnston. niversary Friday. j In addition to all fi Their daughter and daughter! children, many nieces and ncph- in-law, Mrs. Lou (Dollino) Gar rity of Anaheim and Mrs. War rcn (Anita) Dugan of Ontario ews from various part of the country arranged to be present entertained Redlands Juniorj Miss Hye Kim a graduate stu-'p. Crim Jr. and H. W. Dun-| Mrs ' Robert Scholton- Mrs iWomen's club members and |dcnt at , he university of Red-\ham. Devotions were given by!' Rjchard Finch defeated Mrs vc of their: their reciprocity meeting guests ;, ands> gavc an interesting and Mrs. Crim. ; Robert Baker: Mrs . Edwin : ,„H nnnh.i. Monday caning in the t- 0nt em-j entertamjng talk on life in herj Cards were played during the!j {ales defeated Mrs. Earl porary clubhouse. ; native Korea. Refreshments social hour by members presentj Ranriv M rs Harold Mosei Guests came from Del Rosa had arranged an open house fori friends, the couple which continued from! They were married in Texas three until nine o 'clock. A buf- 1 February 21. 1914. Mr. Dugan fct supper was served to about was originally from Virginia 350 guests who were invited to and his bride was from call during those hours. | Tennessee. They have lived in Arriving a few days in ad-'Redlands since 1921 and Mr. Du- vance of the anniversary datcjgan owned Dugan's Garage for was daughter Mrs. Norene Hud-!many years. He is now retired, low from Joplin, Mo. Surprising! The couple have five children, their parents with their arrivals 14 grandchildren and 14 great- from Portland, Ore., w c r e grandchildren. ant on me m IK.-I : wuiu.-> «ue piu>i.u uuinio " ir :Halcs defeated Mrs. tar a. Refreshments; social hour by members present j Bandy, Mrs. Harold Moser dc " •-- i ;i uutoio v.....*, ...... — were served by the hostesses.;who, in addition to the hos-f ca t cd Mrs. James Hicks. did many of the Dugans'.Colton. Apple Valley, Barstowj In attendance, in addition to esses, were Mmes. Austin Gar-, Mrs. Dornfcld and Mrs. and San Bernardino and women ; tne B0S t e sscs of the Contemporary club were 1 Women Voters Discuss State Legislature Redlands League of Women Voters discussed "The Organization of Hie Slate Legislature" during the meeting yesterday in the Lyon Wing of Smiley library. Leaders for the meeting were Mrs. Joseph T. Damus, M r s. Marlin Kambi and Mrs. Gus S. Economy. A short play was presented, depicting a day in the life of a legislator. Mrs. Robert M. Jenkins, unit chairman, announced open house at League Headquarters, 1524 Waterman avenue, San Bernardino, for March 4. The next meeting of the Redlands League will be on March 10 at 9:30 a.m. at the library. All interested women are invited to attend. Men/one Club Women Host Reciprocity Tea Mentone Woman's club mcnJ Mr - an<! Mrs - Raymond W , , . . , Hudson, 300 Orchid court, an- bers were hostesses yesterday ,i „ „ „ , nouncc the engagement of for their reciprocity tea, bor-: thoir daus ht c r. Joan Marie, to rowing the Washington's Birth-jMichael Wayne Dewey, son of day theme for patriotic decor- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dewey, Al- ations arranged in the club-| mond avenue house. These included tiny j The bride-elect is a senior at American flags on the tea table 1 Redlands High school where she surrounding a profile of the! 15 a member of the Concert and first president. The serving! A Cappella Choirs. She was a table featured a cherry lreo ; member of the Pep club and . nf iii .Tn in her soiihomore JOAN MARIE HODSON Photo by Armand Joan Hudson Bride-Elect Of Michael Dewey Redlands members added to the program, „„-.,; with their version of Peter. The• next mee ,ng of the Guild Paul and Mary. They were Mrs.;will be held March 23 at thej O. Glen Stinson, Mrs. Jack E Sharpc and Mrs. Ralph P. Maloof. President Mrs. William W. Whitmer announced that the March 9 meeting would be in the Tom and Ann Peppers Art lallery on the U. of R. campus. Hostesses Monday evening were Mmes. Richard W. Milliman, Ronald G. Nelson and Lawrence K. Wormser. home of Mrs. Wells. Q—The bidding has been: East South West North DeMOLAY MOTHERS MARK CALENDAR At their recent meeting in Masonic temple, members of De Molay Mothers club were reminded of the family night dinner scheduled for March 19 in the temple dining room. Note was also taken of the Sweetheart Ball date. March 28. This event will be in San Bernardino's Municipal auditorium. IV 1* Pass 3 • Pass 3 V Pass 3 A Pass 4 * Pass 5 A Pass 5 • Pass 6 4k Pass ? You, South, hold: 4.KJ1042 VA32 +A32 *Q6 What do you do? A — Pass. You have shown everything you have and should be happy with the small slam contract. Kim.irett. Julius M. Friderich. Ann Finch. Mrs! Hale's and'^Mrs. Mo . ,., Wesley. scr u j|l mec t m the semi-finals uest Day ;. Winners Dornfeld, Mrs. Howard Mrs. Crear. 89- i 13-74, tied for third with Mrs. : Leonard Watkins, 90-16-74. I Class B, Mrs. Don M i 11 e r, I first; 97-21-76; Mrs. Ralph Ham- |mer, 97-20-77, tied for second >ith Mrs. Al Winchcr, 100-23'77; Mrs. Warren Hooper, 101-21, ,! 80, tied for third with Mrs. Jack In Redlands for an extended i da v 100-20-80. visit is Cynthia Hammond (Mrs. 1 Former Cynthia Hammond Here For Visit Charles) Holmes of Royal Oaks, suburb of Detroit, Mich., here to see her brother. L. O. Hammond, 628 Cypress Circle, hi Class C, Mrs. Cowen, first 100-24-76; Mrs. Robert Hurt. 103-26-77, tied for second with Mrs. Scholton, 104-27-77: Mrs niuiiu. uco ^i""» v...*..*.. Eugcne Malonc. 103-25-78, tied wife and Mrs. Holmes friends, for tmrd with Mrs Fincn> m of school days in Redlands. 125 .7s . Mrs. Holmes came to Red-! ' _ _ ., „ lands with her parents in I893 !f . C a f fta ?' MrsM Datv , ld *?sm, and attended local schools.! flrst ' 1M ^ 731:naM i; s J Ia ™ ,d M ° s „ ,• , ,, 1, 1 „ • u , j!er. second, 109-32-77; Mrs. Ed [first the old Lugoma school and iHa , es ^ ^.^l Urs Ear , TODAY'S QUESTION j later Redlands High school _ Instead of bidding three dia- j where she was a member of' This'Friday there will be a monds your partner raises your jthc Class of 1905 but moved "Coffee Draw" at 8:30 a.m. and one spade overcall to two. What | f ro m ' do you do now? Answer Tomorrow SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads;Saturday. the community before 1 a -best ball of partners" tourna completing her senior year. Shej men t is planned. During lunch, has returned on several occa-j Grace Kruegar will show selec- sions. itions from the spring fashion Mrs. Holmes arrived by plane line with members of the club 1 group as models. 0 «Jd DOWNTOWN REDLANDS The classic that walks away with all the honors joyces fabulous "pinpoint pump" and branch with cherry trim two tiny cherry trees. The flag of Turkey was also displayed in recognition of the program of the day. Mrs. Julius M. Friderich introduced Mrs. Samuel Wright who gave year. Her fiance, a 19.">9 graduate of Redlands High school, was a three-year letterman on the varsity wrestling team. He is now rs. Samuel wngni wno gave, lakin S part. ™ the Bank ol a short talk on the background 1 America trainee program and of Rev. William Sage Wool-! 15 , Ending San Bernardino worth, a resident of Turkey for Xallc >' college, many years, who was present j The wedding date has not yet as guest speaker. sheen set. In Mr. Wool worth's talk, entitled "The Arm of Liberty in Turkey", he told of how the Prime Minister was trying toi p\« • A 1 bring the "Arm of Liberty" to; L/ISCUSSIOn AT that country and had turned to the West for help. Turkey, he said, is known as the cross-way' ... . > A discussion of the Rumford Act and the proposed initiative to be placed on the ballot to repeal the act will be the subject of the concluding session of the First Baptist Church School of Mission tomorrow night. Don Cummings. president of Redlands Realty Board; Harold .Carr, teacher in Riverside i Schools, and Dr. Robert Mor is the fundamental favorite of knowing, going gals! Designed for ... it's ultra light, incredibly Truly the perfectionist pump! of millions flattery, famed for fit flexible, very versatile. Pinpoint Pump "J ^95 Rumford Act Discussion Ai Church Thursday country with 29 million inhabit-j ants, 50 per cent of whom are well educated. Hostesses yesterday were Mines. Curtis Simons. Robert Langston and Friderich. Pouring were Mrs. Joseph Harriott and Mrs. Ethel Marquardt. Mrs. Charles E. Armstrong, San Bernardino District president, was a guest as were Sirs. Maurice E. Terke sen of San: Ian> professor of government a< Bernardino, D.str.ct v.ce presi -j ^e University of Red i andSi wil , dent and state chairman of| Iead the discussion. Rev. John mental health; Mmes. Carrie Lyon. T. F. Phys, Pearl Ped- lubry, Ellis D. Davis, Robert Mungcr, F. J. Walker, C. C. R a m s 0 n, Gardner Parker, Esther D. Kadell, J. E. Jones, Leona H. Booch, Harry Gibson and Harry Wallis. M. Jensen will serve as mod erator. The program, fourth and last in a series, will begin at 7:15. following the Thursday night share-a-dish supper. The public is invited to attend. Block Patent leather Black Calf leather White leather Bone leather Spring-Bound Floral Print in Carefree Nylon Jersey $12 95 If front-zips on, ready to go av a moment's notice. It shrugs off wrinkles, no matter how active you may be. It goes wherever you go, needing no more than accessories to change its fashion point-of-view. In nylon jersey. Green, lilac, blue, rose. 10-20 12 '/2 -24 '/2. PIN MONEY SHOP - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' DOWNTOWN REDLANDS

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