Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 4, 1964 · Page 3
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PC let If MSS JOSEPHINE HEAY Society Editor Michael Munz To Claim Bride n June Rites Dr. and Mrs. Darrell Holmes of La Jlesa announce the en- jgagement of their daughter. Kip, to Michael James Munz, son of Mr. and Sirs. Martin Munz, 1402 Pacific street. : Kip is a graduate of Grossmont High School. She current- ily is a sophomore at San Diego State College and is enrolled in a general major. She is pres- ,ident of Sisters of the Maltese Cross, an au.\iliary to .•Upha Tau Omega fraternity. Michael is a marketing ma- !jor at San Diego State. He is lEresident of Alpha Tau Omega, 'a member of the Associated Men's Student Council, and a member of OCEOTL, a service organization of the student [body. His father is principal of Redlands Junior High School. KIP HOLMES- Dr. Holmes is executive dean of San Diego State College. A June wedding is planned in (he First Methodist cliurch of San Diego. Reverend Noel La Roque will perform the ccrC' mony. Shirley Yingst Vernon Mosfeller Recently Wed In Las Vegas Chape Mr. and Mrs. Earl William Yingst, 1000 Alvarado street, announce the marriage of their daughter, Shirley Ann, to Vernon Hosteller, son of Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Mosteller of San Bernardino. The nuptials were performed February 26 in the Little White Chapel at Las Vegas, Nevada, with Rev. Greg Hamilton officiating. The couple was unattended. The bride, a graduate of Red- I lands High school, attended ICbaffey Junior Coliege for two years as a business major. She is now employed by the Red lands branch of the Bank of .\merica, , Her bridegroom is a graduate |of Pacific High school in San Bernardino, attended San Ber- Inardino Valley College for two (years, Omaha University in Ne. braska for one year and bis fourth year was taken at Sac ramento State College. His father is professor of higher mathematics at Pasa dena City College and is i former member of the SBVC faculty. Vernon is currently attending Pasadena City College !two evenings a week studsing for his Master's degree. He is also working in research and development for the American Optical Company in San Ber nardino, the city in %vhich the (couple will make their home. AAUW MUSIC SECTION TO MEET SUNDAY • An unusual time is scheduled for the meeting of the music section of Redlands AAUW i ... ,, , „ branch. It will be Sunday at 3 ner, wth birthday cakes, flow- ^^^^ j,^^^ „f 5j„ p^^j crs and congratulations, whenjCoUette, 513 Lime street. Miss Redlands Senior CilizmsiSharp has arranged a "Presen- club meets Friday at 1 p.m. ini«ation and Study of Lenten Mu- the -nvCA acUviUes buUding .Jtf be Presented by Miss „ . . , " I Margaret Dow, orgamst; Miss Guests at t h e last meetmg GREENSPOT CLUBWOMEN TO MEET FRIDAY Greenspot Woman's club will see a demonstration of liquid embroidery presented by Mrs. Ruth Brown at their Friday afternoon meeting, starting at 1:30 in the Scout House on Amethyst avenue. MR. AND MRS. JOHN HOWLAND DE GRAAF Pholo by E. J. Fronlcn Nearly 300 Guests Of Glenda Hardin, Glenda June Hardin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hardin. 110 East Pioneer avenue, wa.s escorted by her father dowTi the aisle of the First Presbyterian church for her marriage to John Howland (Jerry) DeGraaf on he evening of February 22. The bridegroom is the son o( Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dc Graaf, 617 Cajon sirccl. Baskets of white gladioli and white slock were arranged for church decoration and Rev. Mark L. Andrews, pastor of the church, performed the nuptials at 7:30 o'clock in the presence of nearly 300 guests. Glcnda's peau dc soie wedding dress was designed with portrait neckline and long, tapered sleeves. The Empire waistline was accented with appUqucs of .Mencon lace, this design repeated on the bell shaped skirt which swept into a chapel train. .\ stiff fabric bov.- with streamers detailed the back waistline. Her clbo'v length veil of sill; illusion was secured to a pearl encrusted lace petal headpiece with handmade fabric roses. The bridal bouquet was a cascade of white carnations and stephanotis centered with a large white orchid. In the bridal entourage were Mrs. Sandra Tyler, matron ol honor; Mrs. Leland Hardin, a sister - in - law; Jlrs. Jim Rice and Mrs. Douglas Freitas. They were dressed ahke in red satin and carried cascades of w h i t c Pfat+er Day For Women Golfers Friday's feature at the Country Club for women golfers will be a "platter day" tournament. Wmners of the "best ball of partner" tournament last week were: Mrs. Robert Hatfield and Mrs. Robert W. Baker, first, net 61; Mrs. Percy Domfeld and Mrs. Harold Moser, second. 6S;Mrs. Earl Bandy and Jlrs. Austin Welch, third, 66: Mrs. John Hart and Mrs. Eugene JIalone tied for fourth with Mrs. Edward Bamelt and Mrs. Willam E. Howard, net 67. Tied for fifth with 68s were Mrs. Robert Campbell and Mrs. Everett Smith, Mrs. Clare Day and Mrs. Charles Haseltine, Mrs, Gerald Larsen and Mrs. Karp Stockton, and Mrs. Edward Schindlcr and Jlrs. Earl Jinch. Mrs. Grace Krucgcr gave a fashion show after play with BIrs. Robert Sherrod as commentator. Mmes. Vernon Crear. Madison Finlay, Domfeld. Donald Miller and Frank GenctU were models. In (he ^'icc President's cup semi-finals, Mrs. Harold Moser defeated Mrs. Edwin Hales and Mrs. Richard Finch defeated Mrs. Domfeld. Mrs. Moser and Mrs. Finch will meet in the finals at a date to be announced later. Witness Marriage Jerry De Graa glamellias and while carnations with faacarra roses. Wilham Graff .Moore Jr. served the bridegroom as h i s best man. Ushers were the bride's brother, Lc/and Hardin; Douglas Lines and John Peake. Mrs. Clark Upton of Pomona was vocal soloist for the evening, accompanied by Mr?. David Cadwallader, organist. For the church ceremony and the reception following in John Kno.\ hall, the mother of t h e bride wore a three piece beige] wool suit with accessories in a matching shade, complimented by a bronze cymbidium corsage. The mother of the bridegroom chose a poudre blue crepe dress with jacket and matching accessories. With it she wore a white cymbidium corsage. After a week's honeymoon in San Francisco, tlie young couple are now at home in Redlands at 10 Wabash avenue. The bndL- is employed by the Security First National Bank, Yucaina branch, and Jerry is employed by De Graaf's Service Station in Redlands. Both are Redlands High school graduates and the bridegroom attended San Bernardino Valley College and Riv erside City College. Junior Women Accept Two New Hem.bers Two new members. Mrs. Stephen P. Stockton and Jlrs. David C. Goodrich, were accepted by the executive board of Junior Women of the Contemporary club during the Monday evening meeting at the home of Mrs. 11. Don Goodrich. 1205 Caballero lane. Jlrs. Earl P. Anderson gave a report on the district c/ifer- ence in Rialto. staling that a Redlands boy, Tom Turner, had won honorable mention in the Hallmark art contest. Mrs. 0. Glen Siinson sent world to the members to bring their old clothing and food to the next meeting for the "Aid to Jle.xico" program. Monday, April 13, has been chosen as the date for the Junior's bridge party and fashion show. Details will be announced later. At the meeting were Mrs. Ernest W. Richards, coordinator; Mmes. Charles E. Stebbins. Don H. Simpson, Richard W. Jlilliman, Robin L. Welker, Richard F. Braga, Harvey Derae, Ronald G. Nelson, William J. Hiltgen, Jack E Patrick. Laurence K. Worsmer, William W. Whitmer, Jack B. Forquer, Anderson, and the co- hostess, Mrs. Arthur W. Smith. "CAPER CUTTERS" DANCE FRIDAY "Caper CuUors" .square dance club of Yucaipa will have Lee Payne of Los .\ngeles as guest caller for their Friday evening dance in Yucaipa Woman's clubhouse. 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