Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 12, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 3

Redlands, California
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Thursday, March 12, 1964
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mSS JOSEPfflNE REAY Society Editor Shoen-Dudley April Wedding Planned Ann Bivens To Be Summer Bride Of John Taves A wedding during the sum mer is planned by Margaret Anne Bivens and John David Taves whose engagement is an nounced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L mer as one of 55 delegates from I much afraid of the Russians". The pro.ximity of Russia to Sweden is an obvious reason the speaker FOR SCHOOL USE — Ruth Posvic, left, represented the service committee of Redlonds Zonta club yesterday when she presented gifts of a set of plastic dishes for eight and o movie profecfor (o Bill Elko, education coordinator for the Crestview school for emotionolly disturbed teenagers, on behalf of the entire Zonto club. Mr. Elko expressed his appreciation for these gifts and also for the many other ways in which the Zontians have supported the school program. School For Emotionally Disturbed Teen-Agers Benefits From Zonta Club Service Project Redlands Zonta club fulfilled.six weeks in Sweden last sum(ists and the Swedes arc very another service project yesterday when they presented a motion picture projector and a set of plastic dishes to Bill Elko, education coordinator at Crestview school for emotionally disturbed children, during the club's luncheon meeting at the Elks club where Mr. Elko was also a guest. Ruth Posvic of the service committee made the presentation to Mr. Elko on behalf of the club. Zontians have previously lent support to the secondary school program and this was their latest contribution for which Mr. Elko expressed his gratitude. Luncheon speaker yesterday, introduced by Lucy Siegrist, was Roy C. Hill, county superintendent of schools, who spent this county invited by the Swedish government at (heir expense for an e -Kchange of ideas on education. CLEARANCE ORGANS irioor Models) HOLLEY & JACKSON Rcdltniii BlTd» & New y„^ St. Mr. Hill's interesting talk scanned some of the highlights of his stay in that country, where, he said, he hopes to re turn at the earliest possible op' portunity. He first spoke of his visit to the land of the nomadic Laplanders who, he reported, were breaking the tradition of centuries today with their gradual integration into Northern Europe. The Swedish people "feel close to Americans", Mr. Hill found, saying that "I never met a Swede who didn't have uncle in Minnesota". Differences between the Americans and Swedes were also noted: one resident of that country quoted as describing it in the words: "Americans do everything right in the wrong way. Swedes do the wrong things in the right way". Another quotation was: "Americans are very much afraid of the Commun- for this feeling, continued. Mr. Hill described the country as one of great beauty and a land of 96,000 lakes. Of education, he said that "if there is a national pasttime in Sweden, it is in education". He spoke of their schools as great" and their buildings as the finest". He found that the class load was hmited by law (0 26 and that industry, too, offered opportunities for people to attend school as one of its fringe benefits". lie quoted an answer to his an'question put to one man as to the great expense education must be to the government as, "E.\pcnsive, yes — but nothing is so expensive as ignorance". Doris Brose, club president, welcomed the day's guests who included Louise Beguelin of Louise's Dress shop. She also called for the report of the nominating committee, presented by Esther Merlins, Bivens of Arcadia. The pros pective bridegroom is the son of Mrs. John Taves, 817 0.x ford drive, and the late Mr Taves. Anne is the granddaughter of Jlrs. Harry Bivens of Barstow and the late Mr. Bivens and of| Mrs. Neil H. .AIcKerral of Pas adena and the late Mr. JIcKer- ral. She is a graduate of Arcadia High school. Class of 1960, where she was Assembly commissioner and a member of Kiowas. a senior honorary club. She wiU graduate from U.S.C. in June and is a member of Gamma Phi Beta sorority. Her fiance is a graduate of the University of Redlands and Hastings Law School of the University of California at Berkeley. He is now a practic ing attorney in the firm of Evans and Taves in Ontario. FACULTY WIVES LUNCHEON SATURDAY Redlands Public Schools Fac ulty Wives club will sponsor a fashion show luncheon for members at the Country Club starting at nooa on Saturday. Mrs. Thomas M. Burgess will be the show commentator on fashions from Maggi's. Models will be Mmcs, Fred H. Waitz, Maurice T. Fey, Robert N. Barnes, Charles M, Ronin Paul G. Krantz and daughter, Coimie. MARGARET ANNE BIVENS Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Dudley, 457 West Palm avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Ehssa Mae of Hollywood, to Dr. Ramon G. Sboen of Los Angeles. Elissa attended the local Christian school and Redlands High school,i graduating in 1959. She then graduated from San Bernardino Valley College school of nursing in 1962 and has since that time been employed as a registered nurse LAWYERS' WIVES LUNCHEON WEDNESDAY Lawyers' Wives of San Bernardino county will have their monthly luncheon meeting next Wednesday at noon at Red Hill Country club in Upland. Nomination and election of officers will be the major business of the day. Speaker on "Judges, Juries and Justice" will be Dorothy Nelson, Los Angeles attorney, associate professor of law and acting dean at USC. at the Neuro-Psychiatric Research Institute at UCLA Medical Center. Dr. Shoea is the son of Mrs. Samuel J. Shoen and the late Mr. Shoen of Portland, Ore. He graduated from Roosevelt High school in Portland; Reed College in Portland and took his medical training at the University of Oregon medical schooL He interned at San Bernardino Ccounty hospital and is now employed at Douglas Aircraft Corp. in Santa Moziica. The couple plan an April 11th wedding in the First Presbyterian church of Holly\vood. Redlands Daily Fatts Thurs., Mar. 12, 1964 - 3 AAUW BRIDGE MEETING MONDAY AAUW bridge section mem hers are asked to notify either Mrs. Robert Fromuth or Mrs. Guy Williams if they plan to attend Monday's meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the Fromuth home, 1505 West Highland avenue. Public Invited To Auxiliary's Monday Program An invitation is extended to church groups and to the general public to attend the Evening .4u.xih"ary's special Easter program Monday evening in the Contemporary clubhouse. Dick Hilleary, entertainer, will present a program entitled "Great Hymns and Their Geneses", starting at 8 o'clock in the main auditorium following the Au.xilary's dinner meeting. Mr. Hilleary will describe and sing some of the great hymns of the church, blending humor and philosophy as he relates the stories of how they were written. Club members should make dmner reservations with Mrs. Wayne B. Hurst by tomorrow. Suddenly Ifs Spring and Easter (EASTER SUNDAY, MARCH 29th) Egg Appeal To avoid that greenish film (hat sometimes forms around the outside of egg yolks when eggs are boiled, use less heat and don't cook eggs so long. chairman. Election is scheduled for March 25, at which time a new member. May Graj', will be initiated. The Margaret Carrington Award as the Zontian of the Month was presented to Betty Myers from the last recipient, Wanda Hale PHOTO BY JAMES SLOAN 'Miss Young Fashion" anyone for mixed doubles? . . . top seeded for Spring is this smashing combination of a red or navy double-breasted little jacket with goldtone buttons teaming up with a permanently pleated white pique skirt of Arnel friocetafe . . . deucedly imarl too is the flattering scorf of tiny polka dots ... in sizes 5 to 15 at a lovable 25.95! Harris' — Young Foshionj Favorites in Easter Fashion ... ARROm Care-Free Shirts ... the perfect shirt to wear under your new Spring and Easter suit. You'll win the "Best Dressed" medal for comfort and neat appearance . . . with Arrow's Care-Free Three. Arrow Decfon Glen A luxury blend of Dacron® polyester and cotton, looks great without ironing . . . perfect with just a touch-up. 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