2 - Monday, Mar. 2, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Patchin-Anderson Betrothal Told At a Saturday evening party at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Godfrey T. Anderson in Loma Linda, the engagement of their daughter, Marilyn Kay, was announced to David Marvin Patchin. He is the son of Sir. and Mrs. De Forest Patchin of Orchard Lake, Mich, and was graduated from Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Mich. He is now a sophomore student at the Loma Linda University school of medicine. The bride-eJect was gradual ed last year from Loma Linda University's school of nursing. A June wedding is being plan ned. Speak Candidates To At GOP Meeting Tuesday "Know Your Candidate Night' is scheduled by Mrs. D. Ellis Crane, program chairman for Mentone Republican Woman's club, for tomorrow evening at 7:30 in the Mentone Woman's clubhouse, 1318 Tourmaline avenue. Clark De Roo, vice chairman of the San Bernardino County Central Committee and county precinct chairman, will act as moderator. Two Republican candidates for Congressional representative of the 33rd District, Jerry Pettis of Loma Linda and Dennis Wardie of San Bernardino, will be the first speakers. Stewart Hinckley, incumbent assemblyman for the73rd District, wUI be in Sacramento, but will have a representative at the meeting. In the third supervisorial dis trict, candidates S. Wesley Break, incumbent, and Alvin L. Short will speak. Ben Alexander, incumbent candidate for judge of Redlands Judicial District, and opposing candidate, Attorney Charles Bierschbach, will be (he final speakers. A question and answer period will follow. The public is invited and reservations are not necessary. Transportation may be ar ranged with Mrs. Julius Friderich, Mentone GOP club president, telephone 794-2386, or Mrs. Crane, 793-1255. Hostesses for the social hour will be Mrs. John Lagerquist, Mrs. Frank Parrott and their committee. A membership table will be set up with Mr. and Mrs. Ivon Pike in charge. A benefit party with cards, games and dancing is planned for March 14 in the clubhouse, starting at'7:30. Many Republican candidates and their wives will be present. The public is invited and may make reservations with Mrs. Friderich, Mrs. Crane or Mrs. Lagerquist, 7941901. cctetif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor iWARILYN KAY ANDERSON LE.A. Special Session Noted Redlands Ladies Encampment Auxiliary met under the new staff of officers Friday evening in the lOOF haU. Myrtle Curtis and Nora Mitchell acted as pro- tem officers. Notices were read from John H. Bradsbaw. Gran Patriarch, and Carmalita Chillis, Grand Visit Of Rufh Hirsch Inspires Group Reunion Matriarch, regarding the special session Grand Encampment at Banning April 4. Among plans announced by Grace Pierce, senior warden, was that a card party or another feature will follow the second meeting of each month. Effie Esmiol of Arlington, a charter member of Redlands L. E.A., reviewed the life of Schuyer Colfax, founder of the Rebekah degree of OddfeUowship, and a statesman who served in Congress for many years and was vice president under President U. S. Grant. An invitation was read for the reception honoring District 61, President Jerry Clark of Beaumont's lOOF lodge and W. W. Morris, District 32 deputy grand patriarch, also of Beaumont, set for March 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the Beaumont hall. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Itlrs. Harley Pierce. MR. AND MRS. JAMES WARREN PUTT Pholo by Hoynes, Ontorio Donna Smeding, Former Redlander, Weds James Putt In Ontario Church We, the Women Mrs. Ruth Baldridge Hirsch, alumna of Redlands High school now living in Wyoming, w a s;two"pay "checks 'can" provide! By RUTH MILLETT. What group of American wonien is beginning to take real pride in their job? The answer to that question is: — full-time homemakers. Letters from this group of women used to be filled with complaints about mental stag nation, being tied down, feelings of inferiority often revealed by the phrase, "just a housewife," and envy for their husbands who, they fell, were lucky to get to leave home every morning. But the letters from full-time housewives today are expressing a different point of view. They are beginning to reflect contentment with their lot, pride in their job, and convic tion that they are needed most right where they are—at home. Many of the letters are even becoming critical of wives who work, not because they have to, but because they want the extras and the luxuries thai honored recently by an afternoon with a few of her former schoolmates. The group met at the home of Mrs. Merle Zane Bagley, 719 West Olive avenue. Although they had not met for seven years, they have had contact by a circulating "Robinette" letter. News of trips taken and of their children's families were shared during the afternoon and Mrs. Frances Lansdon Ary announced the arrival of a new granddaughter, bom that day in Riverside. Others present were Mmes. JIaude Barkelieu Chapman, Lois JIain Hunt and Laura Sargent Putnam. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 CONGRATULATIONS AND HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MRS. RALPH NICHOLS 86 N. Son Mateo Redlands PLEASE ACCEPT WITH OUR COMPLIMENTS A One Pound Box MARcm 's mom Your Choice. Stop in Soon. PHONE ORDERS HONORED MAIL AND DELIVERY SERVICE MARCELLA'S 4 Ortnge St. 7«-3«2 They figure wives who work when they don't have to often neglect their children and their husbands, thereby paving the way to juvenile delinquency and dii'orce. The first part of the reaction is good — full-time homemakers should take pride in their j o b and get real satisfaction out of it. But they shouldn't be critical of wives who are doing two jobs — who honestly believe and are often right in their belief that they can hold down a paying job without neglecting their families. It isn't easy for a woman to be both a homemaker and a breadwinner, and some women do neglect their families while trying to do both. But it can be done — and successfully — as many women are proving. Dr. James Putt, the bride groom's father, officiated at the wedding of Donna Jeanne Smcd ing and James Warren Putt when the couple exchanged nuptial vows on the evening of February 14 in Ontario's Christian Reformed church. Dr. Putt is a former pastor of the church and was assisted during the ceremony by (he current pastor, Rev. Harold Sonnema. The bride is the daughter of former Redlands residents Mr. and Mrs. John Smeding, now of San Jose. Dr. and Jlrs. James Putt, parents of tlie bridegroom are residents of Upland. The bride's dress, designed and made by her mother, was of white satin brocade with bell skirt and chapel length train. Her bouffant veil was secured by a pearl and sequin tiara. An orchid corsage centered the bridal bouquet of carnations and stephanotis. Jan Smeding was her sister's honor attendant, wearing a Valentine red peau de sole dress, Job's Daughters Events Planned Redlands Job's Daughters made plans for a progressive dinner for their Go-ToChurch Sunday when members met recently in the Masonic temple. The two events are sched uled for next Sunday. Escorts were given to Jackie Bilter, past honored queen; Mrs. Mary Wheeler, deputy grand guardian and past guardian; Mrs. Barbara Weaver, guardian; Eugene Johnson, associate guardian; and Perry Wheeler, past associate guardian, all of Bethel 104, Redlands. The prize of the evening was won by Melanie Gage and the librarian's report was entitled "Stepping Stones to Paradise". street length, and carrying a cascade arrangement of white carnations. Mrs. Stanley Smeding of Buena Park, sister-in-law of t h e bride, was bridesmaid and was also dressed in red peau de sole. Her flowers, too, were white carnations. Tom Fugate of San Jose was best man and the bride's brothers, Stanley Smeding, was the usher. For the candlelight nuptials, two candelabra were placed in the front of the church with two baskets of flowers. Candelabra decorated the front pews while ribbons and bows on oth er pew ends lined the church aisle. Organist for the evening was .Mrs. Walt De Groot who also accompanied the soloist, Arnold Koekkock. Mrs. Smeding's dress for the occasion was an indigo blue silk sheath with jacket. Mrs. Putt wore a gold brocade sheath. During the reception in t h e church social hall, Marilyn Rhoda, a friend of the bride from Grand Rapids, Mich., handled (he guest book details. The newlyweds planned to spend their honeymoon in Southern California, after which they will be at home at 937 Sherman Oaks avenue in San Jose. The bride, now employed as a secretary with the IBM Education Center in San Jose, is an alumna of Redlands High School. Her bridegroom was gradual ed from California State Polytechnic College in San Luis Obispo and is now associated «ith the Container Corporation of America in Santa Clara. rreosA, Treasure Club Has New England Dinner Trash and Treasure dub members enjoyed an old fash ioned New England dinner at their recent February meeting at the home of Mrs. William E. White, 1650 Ford street. After dinner, the group participated in an interesting review of old cook books. Miss Mary Pew was introduced as a new member. Guests were Mrs. Jame Schmidt of Wisconsin, visiting Mrs. W. F. 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