Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 11, 1964 · Page 3
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March 11, 1964

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 3

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Council Officer Guesf Of E.S.A, Chapter Mildred Welbom, treasurer of San-Riv-Or Council, was special guest at the March business meeting of Zeta Lambda chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha international sorority, for which the chapter president, Mrs. Harry Dunham, was hostess recently at her home, 414 South Buena Vista street. Mrs. Dunham entertained her board at a formal dinner honoring Mrs. Welbom. The chapter made fmal plans to visit the Yucaipa Zeta Rho chapter's friendship party March 31. Appointed to the nominating committee were Mrs. Charles Schaffer, Mrs. Frank Mar quardt and Mrs. Edwin Brose. Reservations for the San-Riv- Or Council meeting were made for Mmes. Cloid R. Gray, Mar quardt, Jerome M. Arendt, Dunham, William T. Freeman and J. Colton Jackson. The meeting will be at the Stuft Shirt in Ontario on Sunday. Hostess chapters will be Zeta Pi, Kappa Sigma and Theta Omega of Ontario and Pomona. Country Club Women Invifed To Luncheon study MR. AND MRS. JOHN F. DAYTON Phola by Slan Shultleworth .uncheon, Reception Honors John Daytons On 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. John F. Dayton, 1223 Sapphire avenue, Mcntone, who were married in Redlands on Jfarch 8, 1914, celebrated their Golden Wedding Sunday with a family luncheon at noon and an afternoon open house planned by their four children and attended by 155 guests. Members of the Mcntone Woman's club, of which Mrs Dayton is president, prepared and served the luncheon to the family group. The celebrating couple were seated at the head of the T-shaped table which featured the golden theme and the numerals "1914-1964" down the center. Gilded leaves were used with gold candles and white camellias. A white wedding bell with gold streamers was another decorative addition to the clubhouse. Later, at ttie Dayton home, their two daughters, Mrs. Wes ley (Marietta) Osborne of Pomona and Mrs. Bart (Frances) Pr3'or of Richmond, were as sisted by the Daytons' two sons, James E. Dayton of San Diego and John F. Dayton Jr. of Whittier, in receiving the guests. Mrs. Dan Blogett, a cousin of Mr. Dayton's from Yucaipa, took care of the guest book duties and Mrs. Ova Ilowardson of Long Beach received the gifts. Mrs. Otis Finley of Seal Beach, another cousin, was present with Jlr. Finley and she and Mrs. James Dayton Jr. poured. During the day, a telephone call was received from Mr. Dayton's brother and sistcr-in- law, Jlr. and Jlrs. Ervin Day- Ion of Keyser, West Va. Mrs. Dayton's two brothers and their wives were present. They arc Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cowden of Big Creek and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cowden of San Bernardino. Before her marriage, Mrs. Dayton was Mae Laura Cowden of Redlands whose father helped build the houses in Smiley Heights. Her husband was an Edison Company employe from 1913 until he retired in 1956. They lived for some time in Lytle Creek Canyon and have also lived m Mill Creek Canyon, but most of their married life has been spent in Mentone. In addition to their four children, the couple have six grandchildren, four of them present lor the party. They were the James Daytons' sons, James and Allan, and the John Da>-tons' children, John and Judy. Not able to attend were Mrs. Edward (Patricia) Milligan, the Osbornes' daughter, whose husband is stationed in Okinawa with the U.S. Army, and Cheryl Dayton who is in San Antonio, Te.vas. The Milligans have two children, Michael and Wendy, the senior Daytons' great-grand children. Among the guests coming to Redlands for the celebration were two couples, one from Los Angeles and another from Long Beach, who lived at the same Edison Company camp with the Daytons just after their marriage. A luncheon and fashion show is being planned for next Wednesday at the Country Club at which time the club's newer women members will be espec ially honored. Mrs. Walker Smith Jr. and Mrs. David Haag are serving as co-chairmen for the event All women members are invited to attend and to bring guests. Reservations are due by Mon day. Luncheon will be served at 12:30. to be foUowed by the fashion show coordinated by Miss Cathy Hales of The Harris Company with women of the club as models. The afternoon will be completed with bridge, Prircs will be an added feature of the party. k/omen Voters Influence Of Lobbyists "Influence of the Lobbyists on Legislators" and "The Lobbyist as a Repository of Infer- 1 mation at the State Level" were the topics discussed at yesterday morning's meetmg of Redlands League of Women Voters in the Lyon Wing of Smiley library. Speaking on these subjects was Beverly Gladden of San Bernardino, a legislative advocate for the bUnd. Jfrs. Martin Kambi led the discussion on "The Influences of the Gov emor and the Press on Legi slators". Phyllis Kozad of Colton, chairman of the study on the California Legislature, was also present. The ne.\t topic to be co\-cred will be "Aids to the Legislator". All interested women are invited to attend this meeting at the library JIarch 24 at 9:30 a.m. Q—The bidding has been: South West Nortli East 1¥ Pass Hk Pass 4N .T. Pass 5V Pass You, South, hold: 4AQ765 VAK87S4 «£ *Z Wljat do you do? A—Bid five no-immp. JTUs bid ctunnters tliat ;oa hold the two aces that jonr partner doesn't bold. TODArS QDBSrrO.V Your partner bids six diamonds. What do you do cow? Answer Tomorrow Local ARC Gray Ladies Capped During Ceremony Ten Gray Ladies from Red lands were among those "cap ped" yesterday during a cere mony planned as part of the San Bemardmo American Red Cross chapter's annual Recognition Tea in its chapter house Mrs. Ben M. Grimes, chairman of volunteers for the Redlands ARC chapter, presented the certificates and Mrs. George Zengal, volunteer field consultant, was present to con duet the cappmg . ceremony. Redlands Gray Ladies eammg this recognition were Mmes Chester D. Cutler, Kenneth B Gorton, William A. Hainer, Ev erett A. Hayes, Lexie E. Her rin, Virginia K. Hovde, Verne Kasper, Gilbert J. Larson. Rob ert F. Revard and Stephen J Wilke. Judge Edward P. Fogg, San Bernardino chapter chairman, extended the opening welcome to the group and Rev, Michael Keane, pastor of the Immaculate Conception church in Col ton, gave the invocation and benediction. Jlrs. Fogg and Jlrs. Daniel T. Young presided at the tea table. Foot Care Both you and your feet will be happier-if you treat the tootsies to a. good foot bath every day. After soaking in warm wa ter, smooth calluses with a well- soaped pumice stone. Do not c u t calluses. Long-neglected calluses call for special attention. Try massaging them with salad oil-and-soap paste before using the pumice. Bad cal luses may take two or three weeks of daily attention before they disappear. Once controlled, get rid of sources of irritation such as loose stockings and ill- fitting shoes. PEO Chapter Entertained At Easter Program Songs and Easter bonnets from American History provided the theme for Mrs. Raymond Beeler when she presented the annual guest day program for Chapter PK, P.E.O., yesterday at the home of Mrs. M >Ton J. Talbert, 1555 Knoll road. Accompanied by Jlrs. Tal bert, Jlrs. Beeler sang songs of the Colonial period, the mid 19th century, the Gay Nineties and the modem day, wearing authentic Easter bonnets of each period. The program was preceded by a salad luncheon luder chairmanship of Neva Brown and Gladys Vaughn. Newly elected were installed as follows; Mrs. Blanche Reese, president; Mrs. Jack W. Wiley, vice president; Jlrs. Aaron Arth, recording sec retary; Mrs. Guy B. Entrekin, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Robert H. Wilson, treasurer; Jlrs. Harry G. Suttner. chaplain, and Jlrs. Joel Hauscr, guard. Lenten Mas/c Presented For Spinet Program A program appropriate to the Lenten season was prepared for the March meeting of The Spinet and presented last evening to members and guests in Trinity Episcopal church. Mrs. Mark Andrews introduced the Lenten meditation program of sacred music which was continued without interruption. It opened with the playing of the Hindemith Sonato No. 1 for organ by Jeanne Rugg, a junior at the University of Redlands, and continued with representative chorales of the 17th century sung by a woman's chorale ensemble directed by Evelyn Johnstone. In this group were Barbara Jones, Elaine Gose, Mary Breihan, Laura Baldwin. Bonnie Smith. Gladys Andrews and Jane Smith. Composers represented were Orlando Gibbons, Bach, Palestrina, Antonio LotU and Zingarelli. The ensemble closed then: portion of the program with a fourth century chorale. The program concluded -with five Bach arias sung by Soprano Adele Silke to organ ac companiment provided by U. R. sophomore, Lowell Lacey. Jlrs. Margaret Whitney Dow, Spinet president, invited the members and guests into the church hall for a social hour in charge of Miss Marjorie Gurtler, chairman; Mrs. Elmer Kingham, Mrs. Lucile C. Marsh and Miss Gwladys I»ugh. Redlands Daily Facts WeiL, March 11, 1964 - 3 Yates Soon To Sail For Europe Mr. and Mrs. Peter Yates, of Los Angeles are en route to the East Coast after spending the weekend in Redlands for a visit with Mrs. Yates' mother, Mrs. George E. Mullen, currently staying at Highland Haven. Mr. Yates is scheduled to give a lecture at the American University in SL Louis, Mo., and at St. Andrew's Presbyterian College in North Carolina before the couple leave for Europe April 31. He will begin a series of lectures in Salzburg, Austria, the first of June under auspices of a Harvard University, seminar program. Lecturing on.the history of American music, Mr. Yates will be one of several American contributors to the month-long series. The Yates' stay in Europe will also provide an opportunity for visits to other cbiintrief before their return home. • Jewelry Notes Giant pins — pearls, glitter, colored stones — to wear high on the shoulder or low near waists or hung near necklaces make jewelry news this spring. Important, too, are dimensional "bracelets, domed or platter earrings, mothball pearl necklaces and large pearl drops on chains. Can safely Clean steam pressure canners after each use to assure efficient, safe canning. To clean the safety valve and petcock. draw a string or narrow piece of cloth Ihrough them. Lovely Lively Easter Blouses The prettiest blouses oround to welcome spring ... to star with your new suits and skirts. White, pink or blue in 30 to 38. A. White Daeron® polyester and cotton, ruffled sleeves and jabot $6.9S B. Arnel® friacefoto whipped cream, locked scoop collar, overblouse. .$8.98 NOT SHOWN: Docron® polyester overblouse with tucked sleeve detail $8.98 BLOUSES - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' SUfUtHSTAMH vu HAtue omoKAi cuwT mm Suddenly Ifs Spring . . . . and Easter (EASTER SUNDAY, MARCH 29fh) Crisp, Bold Seersucker Casuals by Cay Artley $1298 Other styles $!1.98 Crisp Stripes that are ready to go ... go ... go! Whenever, wherever the weather's pleasant. You'll stay fresh and trim whatever you're doing. In black/white or brown/white acetate and cotton seersucker. 10 to 20, ]2Vz ioTlVz. A. 3 pc. style with sleeveless jacket, white blouse with % sleeves, slim skirt „—$12.98 B. Step-in style, collor trim with bias self-fabric, 2 pockets, bow trim $12.98 NOT SHOWN Costume sheath dress with scooped neckline, self lie belt -$12.98 PIN MONEY SHOP - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' t»N< ItTAi tMuurotitotuit ynrum

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