Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 9, 1964 · Page 3
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Inez Almaguer, Larry Paullus Recently Wed Rev, Harold Fischer, pastor of the Calimesa First Baptist church, officiated at the evening wedding of Inez L. Almaguer and Larry R. Paullus at 8 o'clock on February 29 at the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Hanna Vare, in Calimesa. Inez is the daughter of Mrs Helga Davis, 12 East Delaware street. Her bridegroom is t h e son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Paullus of Hampton, Iowa. Twenty - three guests were present for the wedding and the reception which followed. Mr. and Mrs. Ruebcn Payson of San Bernardino attended the couple. The bride attended Redlands High school and is now employed as a cashier by Wool- worths in Redlands. The bridegroom, now a plant clerk for Lockheed Propulsion Company, attended the Sheffield Commercial school in Iowa. Piano, Organ Sfudenfs In Bach Program "Thirty-one students representing 10 local studios took part in the second annual program of the works of Johann Sebastian Bach presented Saturday afternoon in the chapel of the First Congregational church under auspices of the Redlands branch of the Music Teachers Associa tion of California. Pianists playing were Susan Jorgenson, Gloria De L a n g e, Nancy Durham, Grace Sawyer, Diane Couch, Eyvon Skeen, Becky Montfort, EUzabeth Zeller, Wendy WoUam. Bobetfe Ferris, Bobbie Die trich, Diane Boyd, D e n i s e Deckwar,: Donna Van Uffelen, Alyson Bate, Eva Montgomery, Ann Shannon, Carole Van Wieren, Donna Boyd, Mary Ann Atchley, Connie Durham, Mar sha Snyder, Kathy Sepulveda, Nancy Van dcr Meer and Cecelia Sawyer. Organists hoard were Cheryl Van Grouw, Diane Weemhoff, Cheryl Prout, Mary Vroman, Dianne Landeros and Mary Spindt. Studios represented were those of Margaret Dow, Margaret Enoroth, Kathrj'n James, Edith Jankay, Lorraine Jorgenson, Geneva Mills, Rita Snyder, Vera Van Loan, Elizabeth Voell- my and Helen Adele Daun. Howard Lindholm and Marian Colbum, president and second vice president of the San Bernardino MTA branch, were present and congratulated the students for their poise and performance. They suggested that Nancy Vander Meer and CeccUa Sawj-er, pianists, and Cheryl Prout and Diane Landeros, organists, should represent the Redlands branch on the all Bach program to be sponsored by the Los Angeles Branch with many Southern California branches participating. cc/etif MISS JOSEPHLNE REAY Society Editor The baby overcoat and the cape are big news for spring. From Ori;iinala, the baby over, coat costume (left) includes a French grey flannel skirt paired with a camel cavalry twill, sinsle-breasled coat. Coat has four vertical pockets and a culted sleeve. Anthony Blotta's two-part costume (right) is of grey imported basket-woven wool. The dres.": is a slim, sheath with kimono sleeves. Over it a matching cape, back-pleated and lined in orange and white polka dot silk. "Cay NInefJes Showboat" Revue Slated For Three-Night Production DISTRICT CLUBWOMEN TO MEET IN YUCAIPA San Bernardino District Federation of Woman's Clubs will meet in Yucaipa Thursday witli the morning session to start at 10 a.m. in the Methodist church at Adams and Acacia streets. Ltmcheon will bo served in Yucaipa Woman's clubhouse at 12:30. Reservations are being taken by Mrs. G. Hoffmeycr, 792-1033. HighUght of the day will be a flower show vith arrangements featured in the east room of the woman's clubhouse. - "Q— The bidding' has bear SMA tfest, NorUi Eist : "TOB. Sooth, hold: 4AQ7fi5 VAK875( 4^! , What is your opening bid? -One beart. Ton do sot t cBooeli hieh cards for aa : two bid. TODAYS QVESTIOS Toor partner responds one ipyla, What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow FOR... A BEHER SERVICE AT LESS COST... CALL E. D. HAHN PAINTING & DECORATING IICENSEO, INSURED 793-2664 After 5 P. M. Coll 794-1769 Visitors who board tlie showboat "River Queen," a fancy Mississippi side-wheeler whose only function is to make money for the Yucaipa High School Scholarship Fund, will see more than the gaudy trappings and gUttermg girls of the showboat's salon. This and more is scheduled when "Gay Nmeties Showboat," two-hour extravaganza spon sored by Yucaipa High School Scholarship Fund Committee and starring residents of mo bile home parks, takes over the town on the nights of March 19, 20 and 21 in tiie high school auditorium. Small Talk" along the levee fmds Aladdin Mobile Estates residents Dorris Edwards and Olga Graves running the games from the new minister to bouncing beer barrels. Other Aladdin Ughts who will brighten the Gay Nineties production are Dorris Edwards, a pine-needle craftsman who has won Fair prizes for her work; Henry Makley who appears as an old-time vendor; "Ed" Ed wards, an ingcnius organ grinder who has combined copper tubing, a cardboard carton and contact paper to pro duce his merry music bo.x; Gussie Clark, alto member of t h e choral group, and Violet Smith, one of the singing hostesses who will add sparkle and sponlanicly to the sing along. Rapid sketch artist Cliff .Adams, Yucaipa Village, who will present some fast brush work from behind an illuminated screen, docs his pamting to musical accompaniment. It's part of an act which .Adams performed for 28 years' on the Orpheum and Pantagcsi Circuits. Valley View's mother-father- daughtcr team of Inez, Oliver and Shcri Kaiser, plus Orie Matthews, make up tlie powerful "Basin Street Gang" in a frenetic pantomine of a recording session. Community interest and cooperation in making "Gay Nineties Showboat" a third hit for the scholarship fund committee will be especially noted in a review of ticket takers the three nights of the show. Hosting Commillec Chairman Marie Ware reports Thursday night hostmg will be performed by Commander Charles Grover, i Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post :Tii7: President Grace Kings!bury. Ladies .Au.xihary to Post '7347 of Veterans of Foreign Wars; Noble Grand Betty Vian, iRebekah Lodge 3S9 of lOOF; i President .Mary Lou Chapman, Woman's Club, Evening Sec tion; Assistant President Charles Shisler, Yucaipa Val­ ley Board of Realtors; and President Bemice Rieder, Dun lap Woman's Club. On board Friday night will be President Elsie Peeden, American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 426; President John Gruber, Rotary Club; Les Ben nett, Calimesa Chamber of Commerce; Master Al Moody, Yucaipa Valley Grange; Pres ident Lucy Bliss, Yucaipa Jr- Sr. PTA; President Elmer Voyles, Independent Order of Oddfellows 389. Saturday contingent includes President Colleen Lowery, Dunlap PTA; President Bess Parker, Yucaipa Woman's Club; President Fred Ford, Yucaipa Chamber of Commerce; President Bill Herzog, Kiwanis; President M a d a m a Coles, Nurses Association, District 39; President John Ware, Lions Club; President Margaret MacDonald, Busmess and Professional Women's Club. OSBORNS SCORE WIN AT BRIDGE NATIONALS Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Osborn, 1918 Country club drive, won top score in tlieir section and placed sixth overall in the "Good Morning" Pairs, a sin gle-session championship game, part of the Spring National tournament of the American Contract Bridge League at the Port land Hilton HoteL Record crowds are competing for nine major titles. The tournament will end next Sunday. GAMMA PHI BETA ALUMNAE TO MEET Gamma Phi Beta alumnae chapter will meet at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow for a sandwich lunch at the home of Mrs. J. H. Williamson, 748 Orchid drive, San Bcmardmo. Members planning to attend are asked to call Mrs. Stephen Stockton, 792-6611. The tri-city group entertained over annual benefit-bridge party last Thursday at Azure Hills Coun try club. March 12 marks the 52nd anniversary of the Girl Scouts, To celebrate this special birthday, we have a free souvenir tor you. Just imagine a change purse to carry coins in one side and magically remove from the other side! Attractive gold pinseai grain vinyl with emblem on front flap. come in and get your FBEE girl scout gift J KROtv' Blaiers Are Dressy The blazer steps out of the i casual-wear category for spring and summer when it is done in sheer fabrics. It will be seen in printed chiffon over a linen 'dress and in organdy over lightweight flannel. -"so ditferenf!" * Specializing in Original Decorative Accessories Gifts & Cards • CuitonKf Parking Volidol»d • You Mey Pork ia Fronl 221 East State Helen Venvter Aerm eraa smntr Buk Jeisie Vewter GIRL SCOUT DEPT. - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' UMIOBUIBIMe Guest Author To Speak During Lugonia School's Book Fair Mrs. Eleanor Cameron, aufh or of "The Wonderful Flight to the Mushroom Planet", will be guest speaker tomorrow at Lu gonia School where the P.T.A. is sponsoring its second annual Book Fair. Mrs. Cameron will be lunch eon guest tomorrow of the chairman, Mrs. Phil J. Disparte, and the teachers of the school. In tile afternoon she will speak to the children of the upper grades and remain after school to meet with interested parents and friends. Tlie WTiter was bom in Canada, lived for a short time in Ohio and settled in Berkeley, Calif., where she attended school, she began w-riting at the age of 12, contributing to t h e young authors' page of the Berkeley Daily Gazette. in grades three through six. At the Wednesday evening P. T.A. meeting. Miss Frances Red man, children's librarian at Smiley" library, will display new books and will also speak to the parents about the func tions and services the library offers to children. A list of award - whining books of the year will be presented and books for children and adults will be provided by the Harris Company book store. On Thursday, each class at the school and their teachers will have an opportunity to view the new books. JIlss Redman will return to the" school on Friday for story telling periods with the children in the primary grades. Working with Jlrs. Disparte as divisional chairmen for the Book Fair are Mmes. Russell ShT'ui 'cn^aUend ^Tt -CenterslGlass, Frank Bates Henry H. school and U.C.L.A. after a!'^°'=s'*' number of years as a librarian, she retired and devoted her full- time to WTiting for her own children. Her first book, "The Wonderful Flight to the Mushroom Planet", was pubUshed in 1954. Jlrs. Cameron's first three books were chosen as winners by the Junior Literary Guild. The others arc "Stowaway to the Mushroom Planet" and "Mr. Bass's Planetoid". She has written a total of seven books pub- Robert C. Lawrence. Charles Race, Dewayne Smith and Frank Deshler. WOMEN GOLFERS SET TOURNAMENT FINALS Redlands Daily Facts Monday, Mar. 9, 1964 ~ 3 starting at 9 a.m. Mrs. William E. Howard meets Mrs. Dee Cow-j on in the President's cup finals lished by Little, Brown and'Co. j and Mrs. Richard Finch and The Book Fair opened today;-Mrs. Harold Moser will compete at the school. A highlight was | for the Vice President's cup hon- tho poster contest for students lors. Finals in the President's and Vice President's cup matches for women golfers are scheduled [lion's campaign. Proceeds will to be played on March 17, ' " ~ Bowl Associates Annual Salad Luncheon Friday A large assortment ot 'salads, both hearty and dainfy, are promised by Associates of tKe Redlands Bowl when- they sponsor their annual'salad luncheon Friday in Kimberly hall of the First Congregational church. Serving will continue from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and tic kets will be available at the door. Mrs. Robert E. Morse is ticket chairman and may be contacted in advance for.tickets. In addition to the salads, a hot dish, rolls and coffee will be included in the price of the limcheon. Delicacies at the dessert table will be available for an additional small donation. General co-chairmen for the 1961 luncheon are Mrs. Roland K. Miller and Mrs. Robert B. Rigney who invite individuals and groups to attend the popular affair, an early highlight of the Community Music Associa- DAR Conclave Opens Tuesday state conference. Daughters of the American Revolution, will be conducted from tomorrow through Friday at Hotel del Coronado, Coronado. Attending from Arrowhead chapter will be Mrs. Phoebe James, regent; Mrs. John Yribame, vice regent, and Mrs. Emil A. Peterson, state vice chairman of Gi,rl Homemakers.. - . Mrs. Robert V. H. DuBcan, president general, will be bonor l^uest A change in the March meeting of Arrowhead chapter has been announced. Instead ' of meeting at the home of Mrs. Charles S. Hunt, members will meet in the Mentone Woman's clubhouse, 1318 Tourmaline ave- nud, Mentone, March 20 at 1 p. m. Ten ^Is from the two local junior high schools add five from the senior high school will present a fashion show of the garments they have made as entries in the state contest The show is in charge of Mrs. Wilbur Vroman, chapter Girl Homemakers chairman, and Mrs. Peterson. help finance the summer events at Redlands BowL Mrs. Donald W. Hunt, decorations chaurman, has made arrangements with local artists to display their art work in Kimberly hall and in the patio areaj during the luncheon hours. Striped Seesen Stripes streak right across the fashion scene for men this spring, showing up strongly in everythmg from suits and sports coats to ties, shirts and I trim on hat brims. Ours Exclusively Pacemaker Now is the Time »•» See Our Large New Selection Popular 22-1 n. Deluxe Rotary Mower w Briggs ond SlroHon engine 3 HP, 4 cycle. Convenient impulse starter, safety boffle ptate located under the deck to completely enclose the blade, improves discharge and avoids clumping. 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