Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 18, 1964 · Page 2
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Redlands, California
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Wednesday, March 18, 1964
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'2 - Wed., March 18, 1964 Redlands Dqily Facts ceJetif MISS JOSEPHINE RE.VY Sodity Edttor TOURNAMcNT FINALISTS - Mrs. Richard B. Finch, left, defeated Mrs. Hqrold W. Moser, Mcond from left, in fho Vice President's cup golf finals yesterday with a birdie 3 on the 16th hole ond Mrs. W. Dee.Cowen, right, defeated Mrs. William E. Howard, third from left, with o birdie 4 on the 18th hole to capture the President's Cup in two tightly contested mafchei at the Country Club. We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT. Women whose husbands are nervous or who suffer from ul^ cers were recently advised by a physician not to turn on a vacuum cleaner or washing ma chine until the husband is out of the house. Such liome noises, the doctor claims, will aggravate the husband's tensions. AVhat the doctor didn;t explain, and what many a nife has tried in vain to figure out, is why the noises that bother a man are those that come from machin cry doing a woman's wrk. Husbands are forever talking about the "awfUI racket" made by dishwashers, clothes washers, vacuum cleaners, floor polishers — and such. "The sound o£ machinery doing her chores is music to a woman's ears — but it seems to get on the nerves of most husbands. However, the same man who thinks a dishwasher makes an intolerable noise doesn't object in the sb'ghtest lo the high pitched whine of a power saw in his home vrotk shop. The sound of an outboard motor breaking the quiet of a peaceful lake doesn't upset him at aU, if it is HIS boat that is kicking up the fuss. The sound of powered yard tools isn't music by any means, but men don't seem to think it is annoyiiig enough to prefer to mow and clip and edge with hand tools. If the machinery making a noise is busily doing woman's y>VTk, the noise is intolerable to a man's sensitive nervous system. If the screeches and whines come from a piece of equipment doing a roan's work, it doesn't seem to bother him at all. Strange, isn't it? . Q—The bidding has been: Sonili West Korth East 1V . Pass 2 • Pass 2 4t Pass 3 Jf, Pass 3* Pass 3N .T. Pass 7. Yott, South, hold: 4AQ7fi5 VAKB754 43 *S What do you do? . A—Pass. A bid of four hearts is s mishty clo^e second choice. .TpDArS QUESTION Instead of bidding three dubs over two spades your partner jumps to four hearts. •^Vhat do you do now? Answer Tbmorroi* Too Salty? To absorb excess salt-in soup, put in a peeled potato or two. MAKgff^ENOS -"KU» Answer an enibor- rassing question simply, then change the subject. Rebekabs Join In Honoring District Deputy About 185 relatives, friends and Lodge members honored Emma R. Smith, district deputy president of district 73 at her reception given by Yucaipa He- befcah Lodge 3S9 recenUy at yucaipa Elementary school. Viola Haddock, district good- fellowship chairman, welcomed the guests and introduced Paul tne Jobes, lodge goodfellowship chairman and mistress of cere monies. Mrs. Smith was escorted to the platform by Pearl Halloran, marshall. The theme "Among My Souvenirs" was brought out in the decoration of stage; her official carrying piece of gold roses, gold butterflies, bhie stars, moon, table decorations of silver and blue and baskets of roses. Several members of Yucaipa Bebekah Lodge sang Song of Souvenirs." Boy Nelson, grand outside sentinel of Grand Encampment, California and Elsie York, district deputy grand matriarch of district 32 were escorted and introduced. Mrs. Smith's husband. Sidney, and her family were introduced in a novel v^y by the mar- shall. Pearl Gail and Blenda Bailey furnished the music for the program. Skits and gifts were presented by representatives of various lodges present which included Yucaipa, Banning, Coachella, Yucaipa Odd Fellows, Del Rosa, Indio, Desert Gold at Joshua Tree, Redlands, Deputy's Odd Fellows drill team. Presentations of gifts by Mrs. Smith's women's drillteam, staff officers, Bible bearers, Bevvy Vian, noble grand, on Mrs, McGee To Head Redlands Jr. High PTA Mrs. W. B. McGee, president, was elected to office last eve- mng during the Bedlands Ju nior High school PTA unit's meeting in Grace HuUea hall on the high school campus. Other officers elected wcrcj Mrs. Gaylord Schott, vice president; Mrs. James Verdieck, treasurer; Mrs. Louis Douglas, secretary, and Mrs. John Ra mos, historian. The ninth grade choir, direct' ed by Wilbur Schowalter, sang| several selections to open the program. Mrs. GraceBrown, Mrs. June Miley and H. Dean Williams explained "Reading Classes and Library Use". Refreshments were served by seventh and ninth grade moth-j ers. SPACE SPREAD NEVADA TEST SITE, Nev. (UPI) — This sprawling backyard nt/clear proving ground has more than $30 million in permanent facilities spread out over 1,100 square miles. Located 80 miles southeast of Las Vegas, its main activities are the testing of special wea pons underground and develop ment of nuclear powered rockets for the U.S. space pro gram. behalf of Yucaip Rebekahs; Past Noble Grands club. Sunny mead lodge; Peggy Eastes and Elsie York. Dolls depicting the deputy and her staff were cleverly dressed by Julia Jonacb. Lois Nelson and Lucy Warren poured as refreshments were served by the good fellowship committee. "Why Do Women Whisper the Name of a Product When They Ask Their Cosmetician? Simple, they don't want anyone else fo know about it. If you want to know — call 792.7846." B» so-called Black Country is an industrial area aretma Binningliam in the British Midlands. The name is deiiTed from the muck produced by the collieries, blast fiimaces and foundries set vp there because of the nearness of coal and iron minet. IGning has alinost ceased in the area, and old qnarriea have been laid out BS public packs. ITOPS IN QUALITY!! {LOW IN PRICE j Suddenly It's Spring ... It's Easter Time (EASTER SUNDAY, MARCH 29iH) Exemplars Plan For Election Meeting recently in the home of Mrs. Donald Demaree, 721 Alvarado, Xi Kappa Alpha, Exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, accepted the report of the chairman of the nomLaating committee, Mrs. Dean Garvey, who presented a slate of candi dates for office for the comiag year. Officers will be elected at the next regular meeting. The chapter also voted on the nominees for Mission California Council offices. It.was decided to make a >:ontribuUon to the M.C.C. charity project, cystic fi' brosis, at the next M.C.C. breakfast. Members enjoyed " one of the currmt series of programs on the the theme of Friendship being presented by several members of the chapter. "Secret Sister" gifts were ex changed and refreshments sen'ed by Mrs. Demaree and her cd-hostess, Mrs. Garvey. Others at the meeting were Mmes. E. H. Griffin, Harold L. Rascher, Tame Valladeres, Richard Alberts, Mary R. John son and James L. Vernon. Wattr Supply The Metropolitan water district of S<nithem California (which inchides Los Angeles) obtains its water from the Colorado River via a system of pumps and aqueducts traversing 242 miles and several mountain ranges, accordmg to the Encyclo­ paedia Britannica. Cuban Refugee To Address GOP Women Friday Yucaipa Valley Republican Women's club invites all interested persons to attend their Friday potluck luncheon and program meeting in the Grange ban, comer of Second street and Avenue A, Yucaipa. The luncheon will start at noon, followed by the program at 1 o'clock. Speaker of the afleraooa will be Mrs. Grace Calderon of Redlands a Cuban Refugee, whose topic will be "C^ba Under Communism". Mrs. Calderon and her family were in a group of refugees who arrived in Miami, Fla., in June 1962 from Cuba. Her bus- band was an accountant for an importing firm in Cuba and she was a school teacher. Lutheran Women Meet Tomorrow Members and friends are invited to join Lutheran Church Women of the First Evangelical Lutheran church for their program tomorrow evening at 7:30 at tb^ church. A Lenten Devotional program has been prepared by Mrs. Ralph Roberts, education chairman. Participating will be Mmes. John Schechik, Joseph Wogen, Myron James, Saul Eis- Mrs. Moore wins Putting Event Mrs. William G. Moore, wit|i a score of 15, was winnw of the Stockton "Pitch and Putt" tournament played Friday by women golfers it the Country club. Results of the iron tournament played that day were: Class A. — Mrs. Leonard Watkjils,.first,, 38V4; Mrs. Madison Finlar. »ec-^ ond, 39V4; Mrs Robert Campbell, third, 41Vi; Mrs. Wil?: liam E. Howard, Mrs. R a 1 pj^ Hammer and Mrs. C. P. Ha5ef< fine tied for third, 42. -.; Class B — Mrs. Albert-Win^ cber, Mrs. Gerald Larsen. and-: Mrs. Henry McCutcfceon. 4}. tic^ for first; Mrs. Jack M. Chy^ second, 41H; Mrs. Robert Shei-j rod and Mrs. Edward Bamett,'J 42, tied for third. Class C — Mrs. Eugene Malone and Mrs. (Hare Day, U,'. tied for first; Mrs. Roaert; Hurt, second, 42Vi: Mrs. Rob-; ert Scholton, third, 45. Class D — Mrs. Harold Moser, first, 41; Mrs. Edwain Hales, second, 41Vi; Mrs. Robert Hatfield, third, 47; Mrs. Glenn Emmerson, fourth, 47V4. This Friday will be "Guest Day" for women golfers at the club. enberg, Donald Yahnke, and Donald Spindt. The filrastrip, "Symbols of the Cross", will condude the program. Hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. Luther Tendall,Mri. Donald Prout and Miss Grace Spoor. ; Suddenly It's Spring ... It's Easter Time (EASTER SUNDAY, MARCH 29lh) A Smart Fashion for the Well-Groomed 2 and 3 pc. Easier Suits $J98 Swing into spring in little suits that mean so much . . . lightweight enough to wear for months to come ... in navy, beige, pink or blue. A. 2 pc. cotton ginghom check, slim skirt, 3-but- ten closing, lined jacket. Sizes 8 to 16. $7.98 B. 3 pc. ensemble in ro/on wifh the loolc of linen. Chanel [aeket piped in contrast color. 8 to 16. $10.98 Not Sketched: 3.pc. slim skirted, deep V plunge blouse, polka dot blouse with removable bow tie. 8 to 16. $13.98 set SPORTSWEAR - SECOND FLOOR - HARRIS' StMtUBISTMn vu HAute ornonu. eum rum You'll walk away with all the honors in the Easter Porade. These sophisticated dresses wifh the look of lintn ore sure to win you honors. Designed this season's newest styles and' colors. Sizes 6-14. Featured are just three from our charming collection of • young ladies dresses. A. It's the A-line look with this sleeveless princess style of rayon. Crease resistont. Muihroom brown with yellow contrast. $^98 B. The new Long Torso look wifh fop of white and skirt of blue eon- frosfed with a green belt. A rayon and silk blend. $098 NOT SHOWN The popular Military look with double rov^ of brass buttons down the front. 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