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2 - Tiiurs., March 5,1964 Redlands Daily Facts Lincoln PTA Board Meets Meeting for coffee yesterday morning at the home of Mrs. Joe Gonzales Jr., 1026 Webster street, plans were made for the March 12th unit meeting. It will include a spelling bee by the fifth graders. Members were reminded to purchase their Orange Show tickets from PTA board mem bers, from the downtoTO booth or at Stater Brothers. At the meeting were M m e s. Sal Gonzales, Joe Jimenez, Albert Mendoza, John Fuentes, Joe Villapanda, Roy Stuart, Raymond Clark, Robert Florez, Oddie Martinez, Chris Garcia. Tony Quintana, Roland Esponoza, Andres Garcia, Manuel Rivas, MarUn Gonzales, Samuel Sepulveda; Principal Charles H. Dover and the hostess. Cold Star Mothers Greet New Member Mrs. Ellen Jakel of Beaumont was initiated and welcomed into membership during the Tues day meeting of Redlands Gold Star Mothers chapter in the American Legion clubhouse. The Department of California Arizona - Nevada convention in Long Beach was noted for April 22-25, with several local members planning to attend. Mrs. Iris Dishman will be hostess for the ne.\t social meeting March 19 at her home in Beaumont. Mrs. Lyda Sparks and M r s. Frederick Huish were hostesses for the coffee hour following this week's meeting. AAUW LITERATURE SECTION MEETING Mrs. Russell Rogers will speak on "Laws and Outlaws of the Old West" when the literature section of AAUW meets Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the •home of Mrs. DoroUiy H. Brenan, 821 East Colton avenue. Rebekahs Of Yucaipa Plan Reception Mabel Cedergren, Yucaipa Valley Heart Fund chairman, reported good response through out the valley for the recent drive and thanked ail who participated when she spoke at this week's meeting of Yucaipa Re bekah lodge. A reception was announced for March 14 at 8 p.m. for Emma R. Smith, district deputy president, at-Yucaipa's elementary school, 12375 California street. Mrs. Smith, deputy of District 73, and Elsie York, district deputy grand matriarch of District 32, were escorted and introduced. Mrs. Smith reminded her drill team of practice for Sunday at p.m. in the Odd Fellows hall. Refreshments were ser\-ed by Irene Hardwick, Jessie Gumey, Pauline Jobes and Peggy Eastes. DIVINE SAVIOUR CHURCH SUPPER A family night supper is planned for 5:30 p.m. Saturday as the Divine Saviour Presbyterian church continues its ob servance of Lent, according to the pastor. Rev. Jaime O.Quin- ones. Rev. James Arnold will be the speaker during the wor ble the speaker during the worship service following the supper hour. A Presbyterian minister, he is currently on the faculty at San Bernardino Valley College. Members and friends are invited to attend. Each family is asked to bring their own table service and a dish to share. BUSINESS PEOPLE'S LUNCHEON SATURDAY Boy Scouts of Troop 77 are sponsoring a luncheon especially for business people Saturday from 11:30 to 2:30 in John Knox We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT. Before marriage she worries for fear his parents won't like her. After marriage the big question is: how well she likes them. Before marriage, he talks about all the things he is going to buy her some day. After mar riage he starts complaining about the grocery bill. Before marriage, she talks about hov/ romantic it is going to be when the two of them can have breakfast together every morning. After marriage she asks sleepily, "You can fbc yourself some breakfast, can't you?" Before marriage he says. "I thought we'd go out to that new club for dinner tonight." After marriage, when she mentions going to the same club the re ply is: "What — to Uiat gj-p joint?" Before marriage, she listens with rapt attention when he ex plains something to her she already knows. After marriage, she says impaUenUy, "For heav en's sake, I know that." Before marriage, when she asks his advice he throws his chest out and sounds like Solo mon. After marriage he says, Why ask me? That's your de partment." Before marriage, she assures him that money isn't important to happiness. After marriage she is forever saying, "If we could just afford this," or "If we only had the money for Uiat." Before marriage, he thinks her conversation is important enough to listen to. After marriage it can't compete with the daily paper or tele%ision. Before marriage, she stays close to the phone when she is expectmg him to call. After marriage he is lucky if he can catch her at home on the third or fourth try. Young Artists Contest Blanks Now Available Applications for the 13th an. nual Redlands Bowl Young Art ists Auditions roust be filed by April 10, Virgil H. Camp, chair man for the third year, has announced. Blanks and mformation may be obtained from Mr. Camp, care of Redlands Bowl, PO Box 466, Redlands, \vith the inclu sioa of a stamped, self-ad dressed envelope. Winners will receive a cash award from the Associates of Redlands Bowl, as well as an appearance at a pre-season Bowl concert. Many winners in past years have gone on to pro fessional success. Entrants are limited to qualified musicians who reside in San Bernardino and Riverside counties or in the Pomona Claremont area, or who are students within the same con^ fines. There are three classifications in two age groups:Piano — junior (15-18), senior (19-25); instrumental solo or ensemble (same age groupings); and voice — junior (17-20), senior (21-26.) Preliminary and final audi Uons will be held on the same day, from 2 to 10 p.m. Sunday, April 26, at Clock Auditorium, Redlands High School. ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAVr Sodety Editor hall of the First Presbyterian church. Tickets will be available at the door. WO-HO-MIS GROUP HEAR BOOK REVIEWS Wo-Ho-Mis circle of the First .^lethodist church heard reviews by Lulu Kuhns of "Teaching Toward Christian Perfection" by Francois Fenelon and of The Spiritual Life of Evelyn Underbill" when 18 members and two guests met Tuesday evening in the church lounge. Myrtle Curtis gave the devotions and hostesses were Ruth Bedenick, Merle Bagley and lone Johnstone. SERVICE RECOGNITION — Miss Eileen Fgrley, left, assistant adminislrofor of Redlands Community hospital, presents an 800-hour honor guard for her pin to La Dorna Caiteline, center, wlio hos given that many hours of service to the hospital during her membership in the Candystripers sponsored by the Hospital's Auxiliary. Angel Snoden, right, was among those who received a 200-hour guard at Tuesday evening's recognition ceremony for the girls. SerWce Awards Given To Hospital's Candystripers Candystripers of Redlands Community hospiUl, wiUi their moUiers as guests, met Tuesday evening in the community room of Security First National Bank at which time pins were given to Uie girls in recognition of 1: you'll flip, too. The savings on a Gas clothes dryer are terrific. Take installation. You save a small fortune. (Other kinds of dryers can cost as much to install as they do to buy.i) Take operating cost Gas dries clothes for less than 2c a load. (Other kinds cost four times as much!) How about speed? A recent test proved Gas dryers faster than any other kind! With a Gas dryer, you finish washday fast...fresh. The topper? Gas dries clothes soft, fluffy, as airy as can be. Why not zip down to your dealer's or Gas Company showroom? See the trouble-free, money-saving, fast Gas clothes dryers. You'll flip, . SOUTHERN CAUFORN.A C^AS COMPANY Mk \ V / work hours they have contribut ed to tiie hospital. Highest award of the evening went to La Doma Casteline who received an 800-hour honor guard. Tammy Kern received a 300-hour honor guard and 200- hour award winners were Sue Jones, Donna Martin, Carol Seg gelink. Angel Snoden, Jean West and Mary Van Vuren. Earning 100-hour pins were Janis Ball, Coleen Gorman, Lau rie Isley, Tammy Kern, Cindy Riddle. Judith Reynolds. Ruth Ann Rundle and Mary Van Vuren. Certificates for 50 hours of work went to Janis Ball, Coleen Gorman, Laurie Isley, Tammy Kem, Lenore Legg, Kathy McCabe, Cindy Riddle, .Ruth Ann Rundle, Ruthie Martin, Judith Reynolds and Mary Van Vuren. Candystripers were organized six years ago under auspices of the Hospital Auxiliary. The girls RETIRED OFFICERS WIVES LUNCHEON Orange Empire Retired Officers Wives club will meet at 10 a.m. Thursday at March Air Force Base for cards, followed by a noon luncheon. Reservations are due by noon next Tuesday and may be mad with Mrs. Helen Grider, telephone 793-5677. Membership in Uie club is open to wives or widows of retired military officers. assist the nurses at their stations, feed patients, help in the pharmacy, the record room X-ray department and admittance office. Girls must be 16 years old to be eligible to join the Can- |dystripers program and they are no longer eligible upon graduation from high school. Mrs. Eugene E. Ball of t h e Auxiliary is the current chairman of the group with M r s. Thomas Rundle as co-chairman. Dessert was served following the awards presentations Tues day evening. Leading ladies selected NEW YORK (UPI) - Rise Stevens and Patrice Munsel, botij with long careers as Metropolitan Opera stars, will be the leading ladies of this summer's two musicals at Lincoln Center. Richard Rodgers announced Wednesday Miss Stevens will play Anna in the Rodgers-Hammerstein "The King and I," and Miss Munsel will play Sonia in Franz Lehar's "The Merry Widow." Wedding traditions change. Now shrewd brides choose wedding gowns to be remade into cocktail or evening dresses. REDLANDS' HEADQUARTERS FOR AUTOMATIC By|{|{OUGHS GAS CLOTHES DRYERS 117 E. Slate RedUnds >lpp/fanees Phone 7?3-5485 tl^Ao/faso MARCH i L. W. Bowersox, M.D. David R. McLaughlin Claude Oerres Ted Armitage Charles Leonard William H. Preseott William O. Allbom Jim Sexton William Lantz Robert Marks C. Radius Howard Lucas Leiand Smith Fred Voight Robbie Jacobs Jimmy Newnham Steve Henson Richard Weisberg Craig Gooch A. M. Cewdery Frank Sissions Ther Mills Yin Somayia Happy Birthday from 11 E. State Ph. PY 3-U05 World Traveler Ferdinand Magellan (1480 1521), a Portuguese nobleman, was the first person to under take a voyage around the earth, according to the Encycol paedia Britannica. Q—The bidding has been: West Nortli Eut Sooth IV 2*. 2V 3V Pass 14 Pass ? Y^ou, South, hci5d: AKJ1042 VA32 ^A32 What do you do? A—Bid five clnlie. Tour vett- ner sbonld have « food play (ortUi. TODArS QUESTION Instead of passing your three heart cue bid, West doubles. Your partner and East pass. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Trinity Pastor Speaks To Altar Society Rev. John de Boer Cummings. pastor of Trinity Episcopal church, was guest speaker at the Tuesday evening meeting of Uie Altar Society of Sacred Heart church in the parish hall. Father Cummings had an interesting display of about 50 icons and crosses from his extensive collection on which he spoke. Some he said were gifts to him and others he had collected during his travels. There were representative crosses from all over the world. An evening retreat at El Carmelo was announced for March 18, starting ait 6:15 p.m. It is open to all women of the parish who may contact Miss Ann Blesener or Mrs. Matthew Snowden for reservations or further information. Care of the church altars for the month of March will be under supervision of Miss Blesener, Mrs. John Dwyer and Mrs. F. B. McGaffigan. Hostesses Tuesday evening were Mrs. Paul Hester and Mrs. Snowden. Ex-Stewardess Group To Meet in Pasadena Mrs. John Higson of Redlands and Mmes. Daniel Cramer Jr., Richard Freschi and Gary R. Lamberson of Riverside are among members of the Los Angeles chapter of Clipped Wings", United Air Lines Stewardess Alumnae, Inc., who will attend the 12th birthday celebration next Thursday at the Tahitian in Pasadena. 'Clipped Wings" was founded in 1941 in Chicago and the Los Angeles chapter, now consisting of 176 members, was formed in 1952. The chapter supports the E.tceptional Children's Foundation in San Pedro both financially and with volunteer work. Each year the Los Angeles chapter, the largest of the 21, honors its founder, Mrs. Richard Sinclair of La Canada, at the March general meeting. Mrs. John Wickham of Redondo Beach is current president. Mission Cubs And Parents At Annual Dinner Robert G. Nicholson, scout executive for Greyback Council, summarized activities of the council and announced plans for the Scout-O-Rama during Mission school's Cub Pack 7 during their annual Blue and Gold potiuck dinner. Cubs, parents and other guests attended. Advancement badges were awarded later in the evening to James Greiner, Mark Lane, Harry Leest, Jim Kjellberg, Steven Wick, Bobby Mott, Randy Roddy, Chris Ramirez, Bobby Crim; and these boys, Ricky Conradi, Larry Tabarez, Jay Sanders, Stephen Conteras, Mike Wall, Richard Jaime, Robert Gardiner and Freddie Ramos received the Webelos. The ne.xt Pack meeting will be March 26. MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERY CUSTOM MADE MATTRESSES Free Pick-Up and Delivery Free Estimates BANNER Mattress S Upholstery Co. 122 CAJON PY 3-5851 I^rrs FINAL SALE DAYS DRASTIC REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMEN^TS FIRST QUALITY SHEER SEAMLESS NYLONS REIXJCED TO pr. WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES REDUCED TO 2" Values to 5.99 HURRY-WHILE THEY LAST!'. 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