Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 24, 1964 · Page 3
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Tuesday, March 24, 1964
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Redlands Daily Facts Tues., March 24,19M - 3 MISS JOSEPHINK REL \Y Society Editor NEW JUNIOR CLUBWOMEN - These 11 new members of Junior Women of the Contemporary club were officially welcomed at a Saturday morning brunch at the home of Mrs. lawrence K. Wormser, 1320 la Loma. In front ore Mrs. Robert Smith, left, and Mrs. David Goodrich. Second row, from left, Mmes. Ralph Moloof, Byron Huey, Leroy Singleton and Stephen Stockton. Back row, from left, Mmes. George Roberts, Larry Forst, Kenneth King, James Nabors and Gordon Clopine. They were introduced by membership chairman, Mrs. Charles Juran, and received their pins from Mrs. Paulyne Folkins, associate coordinator. The history of the organization was reviewed for the benefit of the new members by Mrs. Ernest W. Richards, senior coordinator. (Daily Facts photo) Gretchen Howe Of Riverside Becomes Bride Of James E. Walker Now at home at 5220 Tyler avenue in Riverside are Mr. and Mrs. James E. Walker who were married March 13 in Arlington. The bride is the former Gretchen Lee Howe of Riverside, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Howe, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Jlrs. Marvin A. Wallicr, 811 Stillman avenue, Redlands. Appliques of Alencon lace embroidered with seed pearls, detailed the modified Sabrina neckline of the white organza wedding dress with chapel train. An open pillbox with pcarlized orange blossoms and lace appliques held the bride's elbow length illusion veil in place. Her cultured pearl pendant was a gift of the bridegroom and her cascade bouquet of white glittered carnations was centered with a while orchid. Marilyn Walker, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor wearing a floor length dress of peppermint green organza with braid-trimmed bodice. Her bow headpiece was in a matching shade and she held a nosegay of carnations tinted to match her dress. Junior bridesmaids. Patti and Karen Walker, also sisters of the bridegroom, wore long hooped skirted dresses of peppermint green organza with lace edged collars. They wore matching halo headpieces and carried baskets of tinted carnations and ivy. The junior bridesmaids also lighted the candles in the pair of matching candelabra. John Matthews of Riverside, cousin of the bridegroom, was jbest man while Mike Evans of Redlands and Ron Chapman of Riverside were ushers. Rev. S. B. Northcote officiat- jed at the ceremony attended by 150 guests. Fred McEhroy of Riverside was soloist. Mrs. Howe's dress for the I wedding ceremony and the re ception which followed was a pink lace sheath while Mrs. Walker chose an aqua blue silk sheath. Both wore white cama tion corsages. The bride, now employed by Industrial Underwriters in Riverside, attended Riverside City College after graduation from Ramona High school. A graduate of Redlands High school and San Bernardino Valley College, the bridegroom is employed as a draftsman by the Title Insurance Company of Riverside. DAR Homemaker Contestants Model For Arrowhead Chapter Newly wed 5 Terry Millers Feted At Party A party honoring newly mar- Iried Mr. and Mrs. Terry Jlil- ler (Barbara Alice Mueller) was a recent event at the home of the bride's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Cassel, 227 Georgia street. Host and hostess for the affair were Jlr. and Mrs. Robert F. Cherry Jr., I cousins of the bride. Guests included the bride's parents and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Walter MueUer, 1019 West Fern avenue, Katie Mueller of Redlands and Mrs. Coy Cophcr of Mira liOma. Also present were Mrs. Patrick J. Loughlin II, Nancy and Susan Cassel, Mrs. Nolan D. Bolyarde, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Steel Jr., Airs. Calendula Yohn, Johnny and Gaylord Cassel, Master Bobby Cherry and little Miss Julie Gopher. Unable to attend were the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Campbell, 11116 Alta street. . A fashion show by junior and senior high school girls who entered the Homemakers contest sponsored by Daughters of the American Revolution highlighted the Friday meeting of Arrowhead chapter in the Mentone Woman's clubhouse. Two of the girls, Judy Jenkins, student of Mrs. Terry Hayes at Redlands High school, and Barbara Snoden, student of Mrs. Nathan Moore at Cope Junior High school, won second place honors at the recent state conference. Others modeling the garments they had made, and announced by Mrs. Emil Peterson, state chairman of homemakers, were Linda Ann Shaft, Beth Alexander, Bonnie Vander Woude and Cynthia Stockton, all of Redlands High school; Drucie Ray, Joyce Andrews, Ellen Hestand and Karen Chappel of Redlands Junior High school; Joyce Winn, Terry Luetcke, Terry Ferris and Sandy Glass of Cope Junior High school. Mrs. Phoebe James, chapter regent; Mrs. John Yribame, Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. J. Drew Funk attended tha state conference which was reviewed for chapter members. Mrs. Ira P. Fleming and Miss Hazel C. Conner poured jduring the tea hour. Mrs. Leonard N. Keith greeted the members on their arriyal at the clubhouse and a guest of the afternoon was Mrs. R. E. Sams iof Mentone. The April 10 meeting will be I at the home of Mrs. Wilbur N. jVroman, 624 Alvarado street. Present, in addition to members already named, were Mmes. 0. W. Albert, Charles E. Allred, Norman Anderson, J. M. Burchell, H. Cleo Burns, Karl J. Caldwell, Francis M. Childs. F. Macon Cowles, Jo- |seph C. Eeuel, Walter H. Dore, Oriand J. Fowler, Fred D. Hal iiday, George M. Huff, Frank Nitterhouse, J. C. Sering, Frank C. Stewart and V. C. Hulbert; and Miss Ann Nitterhouse. Japan Subject Of Sorority Program William 0. Ahlborn of Redlands, who lived in Japan for two years, presented an illustrated program on that country during the recent evening meeting of Zeta Lambda chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha international sorority, at the home of Mrs. Edwin M. Brose, 435 Walnut avenue. The program was in keeping with the chapter's theme for the year, "Fascinating Places." Jlr. Ahlbom's slides and accompanying talk gave an insight into the way of life in Japan where he lived near Redlands' Sister City of Hino. How this Sister City program les- Q—The bidding has tieen: Xtut Sooth Weit Norih !• IV 2^ Pass 3* ? Ton. South, hold: i4A«7 «5 VAK.875< 43 4.2 f Wmt da you do? ' A—Bid three ipades. Too .JaiM (iewir. hot you have BO IhitfttM •( stoppiw »t this roDxrs QmesnoN : Vott bids four diamonds. North and East pass. IThat do Amtwtr Toaiecieir sened- tension between nations was explained by the speaker, who also noted that lasting friendships grow from the plan to replace hate and prejudices formed through lack of understanding. He described the plan as "a grass roots way of laying tne foundation for world peace." The beauties of the country make exquisite pictures possible, said the speaker, who proved this point by showing his sUdes covering such varied subjects as transportation, industries, athletics, bobbies and the people of the country. JI e m b e r s present were Mmes. Jerome M. Arendt, Brose, Hany W. Dunham, Dale jL. Ferguson, William T. Freeman, Cloid R. Gray, James D. I Jackson, Arthur Johnson, Irwin J. Kotek, Frank B. Marquardt, Frank B. Mills, Charles L. Schaffer and Donald Zak. A guest was Charlotte Irvin. A whlny voice clashes with on impeccable oppearance. CLERGY WIVES IMEETINC THURSDAY Clergy Wives of the Redlands area will meet Thursday at {9:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Willard Schurr, 236 Grandview 'drive. Suddenly It's Spring . . . and Easter (EASTER SUNDAY, MARCH 29lh) A Famous Event to Stretch Your Easter Budget Once - A - Year SALE of FAMOUS STOCKINGS For the First Time! $045 Reg. $3.00 Schiaparelli Sheer Seamless Panty Hose of Antror^® Nylon Pair Reg. $!.50 Styles $1 25 Seamless Heel and Toe Pair Reg. $1.65 Styles Seamless Demi Toe Runless Seamless Reg. $2.00 Styles Seamed Sheer HOSIERY - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' S6HGIlUMSTAIin «$£ H4 ««ir OfTIOMt CMOTT ft4M —4 »^ r.,m,.lm ,«,.Mi.HPw.r~«-.r«~^<^"~"^ •iMMr mi 1 mm} mtumt ir%.rr t mmi J MM—M>rtar«>.1>* Xri •• HM.'MIJJ. I.

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