The Pomona Progress Bulletin from Pomona, California on April 21, 1955 · 11
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The Pomona Progress Bulletin from Pomona, California · 11

Pomona, California
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Thursday, April 21, 1955
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- f r " " r I jt v - SZs-Jkm VISITING POMONA Mother Mary Hernana, mother provincial of Felician Sisters order, is paying annual visit to Catholic schools in Pomona. She directs activities of 165 sisters in eight states. (P-B photo) PROVINCIAL MOTHER VISITS POMONA FELICIAN SISTERS Felician Sisters who teach at St. Josephs Catholic Elementary School and Pomona Catholic High School are entertain ing Mother Mary Hernana, mother provincial of the order, who is making her annual visit She will visit the Sacred Heart School sisters Saturday thru Tuesday. The Lovelier You Bring out your slender, exciting curves. Slim down to your most glamorous self easily and quickly. FREE WKfc ( Hew Membership MowHn PACIFIC COAST GYMS IMI Nr Women JtS W. Ikm4 St. ' IT. 9-4144 V 1 During each year Mother Hernana visits the 24 schools, five hospitals and one . chile welfare institution in which the Felician Sisters work. The province includes Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, .Oklahoma. Texas, Alabama and California This is only one of the seven provinces in the United States, in addition to homes in Canada and South America. When not traveling. Mother Hernana resides at the main province house at Ponca City, Okla. The Felician Order was found ed in 1854 it is celebrating its centennial and became active in America in 1874. Headquar ters are in Rome, where Moth' er Mary Simpliclta, mother general, resides. The Felician Sisters have been teaching in Pomona for seven years. Five girls from the val ley have joined the order. Oxje is a postulant, a candidate for admission; two are novtiates who have received the habit and are in training; and one is a professed sister, Sister Grace, who teaches at Sacred Heart School. BY-LAWS VOTE SET A change in by-laws will be up for ballot tonight when the Jay-C-ettes meet at 7 at Joe Whites Restaurant Mrs. Leslie Mann Jr. will preside. CO-BUILDERS . MAKE TREK TO DESERT One hundred and thirty-five members, families and friends of the Co-Builders Class of Pomona First Christian Church joined' in the class annual trip t o the desert last weekend. Camp was set up at Indian Cove in Joshua Tree National Monument. Lon Chamlee, teacher of the adult class, conducted a church service Sunday morning. Mrs. William Blackwell, vice president, presided in the absence of the president, Russell Sanders. Mrs. Jack Brewster held a Sunday School for children. For the camp fire program Saturday night Miss Mavis Peart of Panama, who is attending Chapman College, talked informally of her home country. Ray Herbert was chairman of the planning committee for the outing. YUMA WEDDING ANNOUNCED BY PARENTS " Marriage of Miss Eleanor Ruth Fox and Ronald H. Marx is announced by parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Fox, 514 W. Grand Ave. The ceremony took place at Gretna Chapel, Yuma, Ariz., Thursday. Mrs. Marx was graduated from Pomona High School in June 1954 and was employed at Bank of America, Pomona, until January, when she transferred to Fontana She Is a member of Junior Ebell. Her husband is the son of Mrs Alna-Jo McLellan. He is a graduate of Chaff ey High School and is employed at Kaiser Steel Mills. The couple are residing at 17146 Ivy Ave., Fontana. Pomonan Relates Her Australian Life Experiences Personal experiences were 'related by Mrs. Harold -McGowin who talked on "Australia, the Land Down Under for Deborah Circle of Westmont Methodist Church at the home of Mrs. Frank Harwick, 2426 Leebee Ave. For two years, the McGowins, and their son, Ronald, lived on that continent. A housewifes problems marketing, clothing, heating, cooking and social activities were - described. Educational and cultural differences between Australia and the United States were stressed. Mrs. Harwick offered post-Easter devotions on Taking the Emmaus Walk Daily. Deborah Circle will serve refreshments for the Methodist Mens Club April 28. At the May 17 meeting of the combined circles for the re-distribution of members, Deborah women will participate in the program and social hours. Members told their special interests and hobbies and showed samples of their work. Junior Orchesis Symposium Planned At Pomona High Pomona High School gym will be the scene of a Junior Orchesis symposium Tuesday, from 1 to 4 p.m. Miss Deanna Pettingill is general chairman. A master interpretive dance lesson will be given by Dr. Lois Ellfeldt, associate professor of physical education at the University of Southern California. Representing Recreation in Movement," Chaffey will give Saturday Night Barn Dance and Picnic in the Park." Mt. San Antonio College is to add a composition and Pomona will present A Day at the Races." Dr. Ellfeldt will lead group work. Assisting Miss Pettingill with arrangements are Miss Charlene Montgomery, refreshments; Miss Jackie Stahl, -decorations; Miss LJnda Rein, name tags; Miss Vera Hall, invitations; and Miss Julia Lucas, publicity. FI : 4. A FULBRIGHT Visiting lectureship grant has been awarded Miss Jean Walton, Pomona College dean of women, for 1955-56 at Japan Womens University in Toyko. Miss Deborah O. Wing, who followed Miss Walton as assistant dean at Swarthmore College, will replace the Pomona faculty member during her absence. POMONA COLLEGE DEAN GETS FULBRIGHT GRANT Dean of women at Pomona College, Miss Jean B. Walton, will shift the scene of her activities 5,600 miles away from the local campus next fall. Yet she .will perform practically the same duties she has at Pomona since 1949. Miss Walton has been awarded a Fulbright Visiting Lectureship grant at the Japan Womens University in Tokyo for 1955-56. , In this position the Pomona College dean will join the faculty in studying current needs, participate in staff meetings, discuss problems of student life with dormitory heads and assist In individual counseling. Few of these tasks will be new to her only the students Far East Expert Booked As San Dimas Club -Guest The Far East, Washington and You will be the topic of Dr. Wallace Moore, educator. Far Eastern expert tand lecturer, for San Dimas Womans Club at a 12:45 p.m. luncheon Wednesday at San Dimas Masonic Temple. Luncheon reservations and cancellations should be made by 8 p.m. Sunday with Mrs. A. O. Hayes, Lycoming 7-4973, or with Mrs. Laurance Burke, Lycoming 7-1539. Dr. Moore, who is chairman of the division of education and psychology at Long Beach State College, spent his early childhood in Japan and has lived in the Far East for more than 10 years. After completing his undergraduate work at Davidson College in North Carolina, Dr. Moore obtained graduate degrees at Harvard and Stanford Universities. In 1940, he joined the faculty of the University of California and soon after was given a leave of absence to serve 514 years on active duty with the United States Army on the general staff In Washington, D.C., and with the First Army Corps In New Guinea. The defense Department called Dr. Moore to serve in 1948 as expert consultant in Korea. In 1952, he served as a consultant in the State Department. He was in Japan before and immediately after the return of sovereignty to that country. During the summer of GIFT SHOP GIFTS - CQSTUME JEWELRY LOCATED BACK OF J.C PENNEY STORE At Treasure Island you will find the latest in costume jewelry, including the large plastic Triangle earrings in such exciting colors as cherry red, tangerine black, violet, yellow, blue. Very, very lightweight; and at only 98c. In our gift section we are featuring this week the popular, brilliant ceramic fish wall plaques n all sizes. Decorate any room with the sailfish planter. Change a dull wall into a conversation piece. Priced from S9c up. iSTaai and personnel will be different Pomona Pres.- E. Wilson Lyon announced that during Miss Waltons absence. Miss Deborah O. Wing, associate dean of women at Swarthmore College, who taught at the Katharine Branson School In Ross, Calif from 1946 to 1952, will be acting dean of women at Pomona, Miss Wing and Miss Walton both hold B.A. degrees from Swarthmore. Miss Wing has an M-A. from Radcliffe College and Miss Walton an M.A. from Brown University and a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, where she taught mathe matics before joining the Pomona staff. Miss Walton also formerly served as assistant dean at Swarthmore. 1953, Dr. Moore was in Wash ington as consultant to the newly organized United States Information Agency. During the business session, members will vote for new officers. At the executive board meeting, Mrs. Owen Lewis, pres dent, named Mrs. Charles Terrell Sr., as the board member on the scholarship committee. Miss Arma Shull was appointed historian to fill the vacancy created by the resignation o Miss Marion Plummer. Mrs. Harvey Parker, Sister Kenny chairman for the club, announced that co-workers the coming fund drive will be Mrs. Walker Downs, Mrs Burke, Mrs. Fred Smith and Mrs. Edward Anderson. DUV TO SELL RUMMAGE AT VFW HALL Furniture and new items wil be included in the rummage sale to be conducted by the Daughters of Union Veterans Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the VFW Hall. Homemade pie, cake, sand wiches and coffee will be sold in an adjoining room. Mrs. Rea Croxen, president Mrs. Ida Law, aide; and Mrs. Bernice Peffly and Mrs. Mary Harbottle, council members, are in charge. Claremont Scouts Elect Mrs. Towne Council President Mrs. Stuart Towne was elected to two-year term as president of the Claremont Girl Scout-. Council. She succeeds Mrs. Richard Lowe. Other officers named are Mrs. Stuart Jones, first vice president; Mrs. Bill Case, secretary; Mrs. Ge. .Id Case, finance; Mrs. George Skinkle, publicity; Mrs. Robert Rankin, training; Mrs. 51. W. Fredendall, tntermedl ate leader chairman; Mrs. Alvin Scaff, program; Sirs. David Fromme, Juliette Low committee .chairman; Mrs. Willard Dettweiler, hospitality; and Mrs. Gilbert Coltiin, Mrs. Francis Ilearst and Mrs. Edward G. Jones, nominating committee. Mrs. Calvin Morgan - has been appointed to supervise the training program for the intermediate a c o u t s and Brownie day camp this summer. Anyone Interested in participating in this program may call her at Ly. 5-2866. NAVY MOTHERS COMMITTEE TO PICK STAFF Choosing a nominating com' mittee, Pomona Navy Mothers Club gathered Tuesday at Washington Park Clubhouse, Named were Mrs. Vemice Jack son, chairman; Mrs. Mae Price Mrs. Frank Goeschl, Mrs. Ar-lena DeLano - and Mrs. John Donhoff. Five dollars was voted to the cancer drive. ; Several of the women volun teered their time next summer for a crippled childrens summer camp. The ways and means chairman, Mrs. Em..-ett Meadows Sr., told of profits from the rummage sale and the foodless food sale. Miss Viola Miller was guest. Mrs. Jaynes To So To S.F. Conclave Mrs. Arthur D. Jaynes o:! Claremont will be voting representative of Pomona Valley Unit, Pro America, at the National Congress of Freedom April 25 to 30 in the War Me- ALFRED GRAY Ramona Are you looking for the perfect stocking to round out your hosiery wardrobe? sheer Here is a comfort-conscious knee-length stocking that stretches to fit exactly to your own foot and leg proportions. Its dainty lace lastex top anchors it just under the knee for freedom plus comfort. Perfect for countless occasions. 1.50 . COLORS: Corns Ici (Self-colored top) Wild Rose ( Self-colored top) Nosecat (Pink top) Arau.cs SHOP FRIDAY UNTIL Tb hBrii-BvlltHii( Pomona, Calif.. Thursday (vantng, April 21. 1935 J SEPTEMBER has been chosen by Miss Gwendolyn Curtis for her marriage to Frank Davis. CURTIS-DAVIS BETROTHAL ANNOUNCED Mrs. Olive E. Curtis an' nounced the engagement of her daughter. Miss Gwendolyn Cur tis, 1954 Grier St, to Frank A, Davis of Los Angeles at a din ner party at her San Diego home. A secretary at Convair,- Pomona. Miss Curtis, who is the daughter of Dr. Lloyd W. Curtis, Duluth, Minn., attended schools in Los Angeles and Duluth. Her fiance, son of Mrs. .Marie E. Davis of Phoenix, Ariz., and Frank Davis, Los Angeles, was graduated from Arizona State College, .where he became a member of Delta Sigma Pi Fraternity. He served four years in the Army. Mr. Davis is employed In the traffic department of the Santa Fe Railroad. Guests at the announcement party were Mr. and Mrs. William B. Aman of Pomona, brother-in-law and sister of the bride-elect; Lloyd G. Curtis of San Diego, her brother; Miss Lileth Gamer and Miss Barbara Janes, Los Angeles; and Mr. and Mrs. Titus Wray, San Diego. morial Auditorium, San Fran cisco. A full report of the conclave will be presented by Mrs. Jaynes to Pomona area units May 23 in Claremont. UN s-t-r-e-f-c-h stockings in knee length vy. - Tall NIGHTS 9 Pag 11, Sec. 1 BETH ISRAEL HAT SHOW PRESENTED With Mrs. Bernard stein furnishing piano paniment, a hat show was presented for the Beth Israel Sisterhood at Beth Israel Temple Tuesday afternoon. Luncheon was served prior to the fashion show. . - Hats from a local shop for picnics, gardening and active sports were among those displayed. Cocktail and dinner hour and dressy afternoon hats were included, too. Gloves and bags supplemented the headpieces. ' Mrs. Mark Weiss narrated. Luncheon chairman was Mrs. Irving Pike. EXCLUSIVE IN THE MAY JOURNAL Whom will Princess Margaret many? J Vill it be the dashing R.A.F. captain Peter Townsend? Youll learn who some of her other suitors are ... how difficult it is to take her out ... where the princess goes on 'dates . . . what happens if she doent like someone on the party list? Dont miss this little-known, inside story of Princess Margaret and Her Beaux. First step in overcoming a figura problem know your figure type! Here's a personalized plan to put your curves in the right places whether you need to lose or gain weight. 7 days of reducing menus. 7 days of building-up menus plus easy-to-follow exercises. COLOR PAGES OP Summer FashTons Bright Pounx Start choose fashiont for off stage hours; Fashiont for Ttco (him and her f; Lovable, tabbabla synthetics. ..colorful sewing feature. Plus 33 other articles, stories and features Out today a all newsstands. them for tfQMS eV'SH0pp 0. 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