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March 19, 1964

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 3

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PC let if MISS JOSEPHINE BEAY Society Editor NEW BOWL ASSOCIATES — Mrs. lorry Thackwell, right, introduced newest members of Redlands Bowl Associates at yesterday's meeting of the group at Highland Hill Haven where they were guests of Mrs. George E. Mullen, founder of the summer Bowl concert series, and Mrs. Richard Posvic. Seated in front are Mrs. Sterling Woodbury, left, and Mrs. Douglas Emmons. Stonding, from left, Mmes. Robert Gose, William D. Hoyf, Jomes Brown ond Thackwell. Mrs. Myron J. Talbert, another new member was not present for the picture. (Redlands Daily Facts photo) Ballef Theafer To Presenf Two Weekend Shows An cflcrnoon of enchantment is in store for youngsters of the Redlands and San Bemar dino areas on Saturday and Sunday, wliea the Carol Lee Gillinger Junior Ballet Theater will present "Coppclia" and "Peter and the Wolf in San Bernardino High School auditorium. Especially appealing to children, those two journeys into the land of fantasy will also charm all adults. The San Bernardino County Pharmaceutical Auxiliary is sponsoring the event. Proceeds uill go to the auxiliary's scholarship fund. Each year a worthy San Bernardino County pharmacy student is awarded a scholarship by the auxiliary. The performances will start at 2 p.m. each day. Tickets may be obtained at the door, at Sage's Del Rosa, Sierra Way and Baseline Marlcets, at the Harris Company and at Lylcy Music City, San Bernardino. De Molay Week Event Tomorrow All JIaster Masons arc cordially invited to witness the exemplification of the Dc Slolay degree tomorrow evening at 7:30 at the Masonic Temple as guests of the Redlands Chapter, Order of De Molay. Ronald Fox, Past Master Councillor and chairman for the evening, extends Has invitation as part ol De Molay Week activities in depicting the tenet of "fidelity" and in partial commemoration of the 45th anniversary of this organization. Refreshments will be served. Rebekahs Elect Delegates To May Assembly Yucaipa Rebekah' Lodge this week elected Vera Pope, Emma Smith, Viola Haddock, Lulu Minor and Jessie Woodruff as delegates to Rebekah Assembly [of California in May at Sacra mento. Emma R. Smith, district deputy president of district 73 and Elsie York, district deputy grand matriarch of district 32 were escorted and introduced. The annual Easter breakfast will be held Sunday, March 29 froin 6:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. at Odd Fellow Hall. The Sewing Club will meet at .Mabel Cedergren's bouse next [Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Cedergren asked members to fix a "grab bag" and save their rummage. "Birthday March" for all with birthdays this month was held around the cake made by Alice 'Sommers. Deputy Smith announced her official visits to Lodges in district will be March 20, Red- llands; March 23, Indio; April 1, Del Rosa; April 2, Banning; April 7, CoachcUa; April 22, Beaumont; April 28, Joshua jTree, and May 4, Yucaipa. I Spring flowers decorated the I refreshment tables. Dessert' was served by Alice Sommers, Gladys Hovanas, Marjoric Lasater and Florence Jfc Nutt. Eastern Star Chapter Honors Visiting Deputy Grand Matron Highlighting last evening's meeting in Masonic temple of Copa del Oro chapter, Order of Eastern Star, was the official visit of the deputy grand matron, Ceooa Mary Hull of the Grand chapter. State of California, and past matron of Yucaipa chapter. Mrs. Hull was presented a gardenia corsage and her car rying piece was in the shape of a lamb. The East was decorated with lilies in keeping with the Easter season. Associate matron Ruth Matteson filled the station of worthy matron for Waneta Heuman who is in Oklahoma: Ivah Petersen filled the associate matron's station and John T i r e y was flag bearer. Escorted and introduced were Leo Overdon, worthy patron; and past matrons and past patrons Nancy Hepburn, Ivah Pe­ tersen, Helen Jones, Mary Fri dericfa, Estelle Horrisoo, Mary McLennan, Stella Garrett, Myr tie Henderson, Anm'e Johnston, Frances Summa, Dorothy Turh- ouson, Maria Shaw, Edward Kellams and Austin Garrett. Visitors were ina A. Mciirath, Mildred Ewbanks, Lenora ROS' so and Frances Robertson." Mrs. Hull received a jewel box from Mrs. Matteson and each Star Point gave a jewel to Mrs. Hull, reading a poem appropriate to their point or station. A tribute by Mrs. Matteson was responded to by Mrs. Hull. Chairman for the evening was Mary Friderich, assisted by Sylvia Parrott, Olga Lowry, Ethel McGaughy, Martha Walsh and D. Ellis Crane. Redlands Daily Pacts Thurs, Mar. 19, 1944 - 3 Oldest surviving use of carved mahogany is in the cathedral at Ciudad Trujillo built about 1514. CWF Receives Easter Message Mrs. John Tirey, assisted by Mrs. Luther Hardyman and Mrs. Paul Breihan presented the Easter message, 'ToDow Where Thy Feet Have Trod", during this week's meeting of the Christian Women's Fellowship of State Street Christian church. Carol Ley sang two solos in keeping with the Easter theme. Plans for the mother and daughter banquet May 8 w e r e made at this time and selected for the nominating committee were Mrs. Hardyman, Miss Ber tha Mixer and Mrs. Clarence Montgomery. Miss Mary E. Fuller, now a resident of Bethany Towers in Hollywood, was present and welcomed. Refireshments were served by Mrs.Ralph Brooks, Mrs. Herbert Gage and Mrs. Monfgom ery. Chaparral Poets DISCUSS Contest San Bernardino chapter of Chaparral Poets, meeting Tuesday at the San Bernardino City hbrary, made plans for the 25th anniversary poetry contest and annual convention at the Biltmore hotel. Original Easter poems and various verse patterns were read by the group. Neeli Cherry, a guest, read a special poem devoted to Redlands. Attending were Mmes. Grace PurceH, Delia WUha, Ethel Cochrane, Georgia Jordan; the Misses Marguerite Stanley and Helen Ray Palmer; and Mr. Cherry. April 1 is the deadline for entries in the annual contest sponsored by the California Federation of Chaparral Poets. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ma "Jolly Hoppers" Note Birthday A St. Patrick's Day dance at the Calimcsa Community club was planned in celebration of the "Jolly Hoppers" dance club's 17th birthday observance. At this time, Dorothy and Bob Firth were elected presidents with Emalene and Dean Hackett to assume the secretary's duties and Aina and Bob Reed to serve as co-treasurers. Helen and Jeff St. Clair, presidents for five years, will assume the vice presidency. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 . . . Confidently Casual and Definitely New and Fashionable Jac Shirt It's like nothing else in sport shirts. The Jac Shirt gives you a smart new answer to your need for comfort and ttyle in leisure wear. Comfort, because tha Jac Shirt buttons like a jacket, and Is worn outside your slacks so you never have a tuck-in worry. Style, because if$ new, casual and reolly smart, in the newest sportswear fabrics and colors. Poet Visits In Redlands The distinguished poet, Ralph Scager and his wife were guests for a short visit at the Univer sity of Redlands recently. Mr. Seager is an instructor of poetry at Keuka College, an all- women Baptist school, in Penn- Yan, New York. He has wit- ten several books of poetry and now being reviewed by Harper is his most recent book. "The Constant Tliirsl", and a collection of prose entitled. "Sound of an Echo." ] A personal guest of Dr. Ward,' Jliller, Mr. Seager spoke at the! adult evening school and w a • present at a dinner given by! Dr. and Jlrs. Miller. Among dinner guests were Dr. William Stryker, Helen Doss. Don Jennings, and Louis Young from the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner. Bfr. Seager participated in tlie Green Lake Christian Writers Conference for five years and in St. David's Writers Conference in Pennsylvania for five years. Q—The bidding ins been: Sooth West North East IV Pass Pass 2* Pass 4V Pass You. South, hold: 4)AQ765 VAKS754 43 42 What do you do? A—Bid four no-trmnit. Ton are cointr to a slam if your partner holds an ace. TODAY'S Qn :STION' Your partner bids five hearts to show two aces. What do you do now? 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