MR. AND MRS. JON ALAN GIBERSON photo by Donald Burton Gail Gusfafsson, Jon Giberson Married In Baptist Church Rites Desert Area Collecfors Loan To Art Exhibit For an unprecedented art ex hibit, to be presented at th Desert - Southwest Art Gallery in the Desert Magazine building. Palm Desert, 30 prominent residents in the desert area are loamng paintings from their col lections, among them Irene Rich, Leonard K. Firestone, Bob Hope, Harpo Marx, Howard Ah manson, Justin Dan, Sol Lesser, Floyd Odium, Ed Ains worth. The exhibit, entitled "Collector's Choice", which will benefit the Palm Desert Library Building fund, also will include famed Aubusson tapestries, loaned through the courtesy of the DalzelTHatfield Galleries in the Ambassador Hotel, Los An geles; sculpture by Frances Rich and from the collection of Bruce Odium, and the fan col lection of Mrs. Samuel Earnest. "Collector's Choice" will be shown on four evenings — Thursdays and Fridays, April 2 and 3, April 9 and 10 from 8 to 10 o'clock and on Fridays, April 3 and 10 from 9 a.m. to p.m. A wide scope of artists will be represented among them Goya, Djego Rivera, Thomas Hart Benton, Gutzon Borglum, Mil lard Sheets, Souglabes, Lorjou, Fechin, Grandma Moses and twenty others, providing a vivid showing in diversified schools of art Opening night, April 2. will be exhibitors and patrons night. (Pafrons are those who purchase five one dollar tickets.) Mail orders may be sent to: Desert-Southwest Art Gallery, Highway 111, Palm Desert, or tickets can be purchased at the door. Palms and baskets of white stock, gladioli and chrysanthemums decorated the First Baptist church for last Saturday evening's wedding of Gail lone Gustafsson and Jon Alan Giberson with Rev. Ivan B. Bell officiating. Nearly 150 guests were present when the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Gustafsson, 32074 Dunlap boulevard, Yucaipa, became the bride of t h e son of Mrs. Marian Giberson, 35575 Avenue F, Yucaipa, and Maurice Giberson, 12370 First street, Yucaipa. Escorted dowTi the church aisle by her father, the bride wore a white embroidered organza wedding dress over taffeta, designed with long point ed sleeves and heart - shaped neckline. Her bridal bouquet was a cascade of stcphanotis centered with a white orchid. Maid of honor, Mrs. Fred Foreman of Yucaipa, wore a light green taffeta dress, floor length, with organza overdress. Kay Giberson, sister of the bridegroom; Linda Garst of, Ojai and Mrs. Mike Simmons of Yucaipa, bridesmaids, were dressed in pale blue taffeta and organza. All carried cascades of glamellias and coral tipped carnations. Candlelighters were Reid Gustafsson, brother of the bride, and Molly Jo Jack, a cousin. Alan Parkcs of Redlands stood with the bridegroom as his best man and ushers were David and Eric Giberson, brothers of the bridegroom; Bob Mulder and John Johnson. Also in the wedding party were little Jan Gustafsson, sister of the bride, as flower girl, and Danny Jack, a cousin, as ring bearer. Organist for the evenms was Mrs. Warren James who also accompanied Mrs. David Silke, the soloist. During the reception in t h e church lounge after the cere mony, the guest book was circulated by Sally Giberson, sis ter of the bridegroom. Greeting the guests were Mrs. Gustafsson in a brown silk suit with gold orchid corsage, and Mrs. Giberson in rose and silver brocade. Her corsage was a pink orchid. Special guests were the bride's maternal grandparents, Mr. and Jlrs. 0. H. Story of Anamosa, Iowa. The newlyweds planned to honeymoon in Carmel and oth er parts of Northern California. They will live in Redlands at 725 East State street. Gail graduated from Yucaipa High school where she was a member of the California Scholarship Federation and G.A.A. She also attended San Jose State college. The bridegroom, a graduate of Redlands High school, completed the Groton School of Electronics during his period of service with the U.S. Coast Guard and now attends San Bernardino Valley College. He has served as president of the Calimesa Junior Chamber of Commerce and has been affiliated with the Baptist Youth Fellowship. Women's Golf Event Winners No tournament is scheduled for tomorrow. Good Friday, for women golfers at the Country club. Events will resume next week. Winners of last week's medal tournament were: Class A— Mrs. Madison Finlay, first 85 15-70; Mrs. Vernon Crear, sec ond, 86-13-73; Mrs. William E Howard, 91-16-75, Mrs. Dan C Smith, 92-17-75. and Mrs. C Haseltine, 95-20-75, Ued for third. Class B — Sirs. Geneva Reiter, first, 94-21-73; Mrs. Robert Sherrod, second, 98-24-74; Mrs. Edward Bamett, third, 100 24-76; Mrs. Austm Welch, 98-2177, tied for fourth with Mrs. Don Miller, 99-22-77. Class C — Mrs. Richard B Finch, first, 97-25-72; Mrs. J. C Bailey, 103-27-78, tied for second with Sirs. Jack Washburn 104-28-76; Mrs. Edwin Hales, third, 107-29-78. Class D — Mrs. Julian Blakeley, first, 110-38-72; Mrs. Harold Moser, second, 105-32-73; Mrs. Robert Hatfield, third, 116-40-76; and Mrs. Harold McMillen, 114-32-82, Ued for fourth with Mrs. Frank GenctU, 11331-82. Redlands Daily Facts Thurs^ Mar. 26. 1964 - 3 ceietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Sodety Editor Ifs Hockridge for Fi owcrs^jjs^astcr Blooming Plants A Large Variety of Lillies Hydrangeas Violets Azaleas A Large Assortment of Cut Flowers — and naturally . . . Corsages f^ade to order REBEKAH SOCIAL CLUB MEETING Sapphire Rebekah lodge's Social club members were entertained this week at the home ol Alma Swenson, 226 Myrtle street, and planned a quilting session to be at the home oi Agnes Larsen, 1124 Magnolia street, the date to be announced later, Gladys Lehman won the mystery prize. Others present Helen Walsh, Catherine JIc- Ginnis, Georgana Herzog, Augusta Kennedy, Frances Mercer, Anna Copley, Jennie Allison and Ida Dumont. CASTING COMMinEE CONFERENCE - Phyllis Stroud, seated right, director of the Foot- lighters' final play of the season, "The Happy Time," confers with members of her casting committee who are ready for try-outs scheduled for next Monday and Tuesday at 8 p. m. In the Grove Theatre. Seated next to Mrs. Stroud is Betty Campbell. Front left is Jodi Lugo and standing are Betty Beauregard and Joe Camp. The comedy by Samuel Taylor with its Canadian setting will open in mid-May. Needed are seven men, three women and a boy and girl, about 12 years old or a little older. Try-outs are open to all persons interested in little theatre work. Martha Williams, John W. Vaughn Married Monday In Las Vegas Mrs. Martha Williams and John W. Vaughn, both of Redlands, were married Monday in the Presbyterian church in Las Vegas, Nevada, and will be at home at Sylvan Mobile Es tales after a week's wedding trip in Arizona. Accompanying the couple to Las Vegas for the weddmg were Mr. Vaughn's daughters, and their husbands, Mr. and Mrs. John Boone and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jones. On Sunday evening, the couple was honored at a buffet supper party at Redlands Country Club for which Mrs. Williams' son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Roberts were host and hostess. Members of the families pres ent were Mr. and Mrs. Boone and sons, Stephen and Mark; Mrs. Jones, Mrs. J. R. Tilson. daughter of Mrs. Williams, with Mr. Tilson.and their children, Janet and' Tom, from Riverside; Mrs. Williams' brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brown of Riverside and the Roberts' two sons, David and Gary. Mr. Vaughn is owner ot Vaughn's Cabinet Shop on Citrus avenue and his bride is a dorm mother at the University of Redlands. Father Dolaa Newly Ordained Assigned To Palm Springs Parish Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 A reception attended by mem bers of Sacred Heart parish fol lowed the first Solemn High Alass celebrated in the church Sunday by Rev. Neal T. Dolan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark A ("Shanty") Dolan, 203 Belmont court. In the evening, a banquet was served in the Elks club hall, with Father Dolan's parents as host and hostess. His uncle, Edward Van Dorin of Long Beach, brother of Mrs. Dolan, served as master of ceremonies for the evening event, attended by 200 relatives and friends. Among those present were the -FREE DELIVERY- for Your Conrenkace re rill Be OPEN SUNDAY 'TIL NOON HOCKRIDGE io« w. Stat. P/ori«# FlowerfoM 793-1331 riVrUT "FLORAL TELEGRAPH DELA'^ERY SERMCE" Hop right down to Her Majesty's for the finest selection of Easter clothes in town — new priests's maternal grand mother, Mrs. Etta Van Dorih from JIarshall, Minn.; four paternal uncles, John, Francis, Leo and Walter Dolan; a paternal aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Waldron of St. P a u LJColUns. Minn.; several cousins, and a long time family friend, Mrs. C. 0. Wilde, aU from Southern Minnesota. Father Dolan was ordained by Most. Rev. Francis J. Furey, Apostolic Administrator for San Diego Diocese, last Thursday in St Joseph's Cathedral in S a n Diego. On Monday, Father Do Ian returned to San Diego at which time he received bis assignment to SL Theresa's parish in Palm Springs where he will serve as assistant to Rev. Michael J. Nolan. Wesleyan Guild Hears Talk On Civil Rights Jim Page, University of Redlands student, gave an interesting talk on civil rights at this week's meeting of the Wesleyan Service Guild of First Metho dist church. Mrs. D. Lowell Wells, 2.University place, was hostess, assisted by Miss Agnes Bspelin. A discussion followed the talk. Officers elected to serve for the coming year were Mrs. Elmer Carlock, president; Miss Alice Beaver, vice president; .Mrs. Zelma Moretti, secretary; Mrs. Mary Wheeler, treasurer, and Miss Annabele Sparling, promotion secretary. Mrs. Moretti gave the evening devotionals and Mrs. Begin aid Biddick reported on the open house at All Nation's Foundation in Los Angeles which was attended by several members of the guild. Attending the meeting, in addition to members previously named, were Mmes. Carl S. Bell. Vi ChrisUan, Edward W. Frederick. Patricia Grove, Hel en Malone; and Miss Barbara B.P.W. Council Report Noted Reports on the Council meet- mg conducted March IS were presented during the Tuesday evening business meeting of Redlands Business and Professional Women's club at the Chamber of Commerce. A nominating committee was elected and it was announced that the next dinner meeting would be a joint affair with the Loma Lmda and Yucaipa clubs April 14 at the Elks club. On the committee Tuesday evening were Josephine Paine, chairman; Frances Redman, Fayette Woods and Evelyn Ring. The next meeting will be Ap rU 27. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Oassififcd Ads 15 East State, Downtown Redlands MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERY CUSTOM MADE MATTRESSES. . . Frt* Pick-Up and Delivery Frc* Estimatts BANNER Mattress & Upholstery Co. 122 CAJOM FY 3-5851 Starljghters See Vacation Travel Slides Easter baskets and sweetpeas were used in decoration for the meeting of Starlighters of Copa del Oro chapter. Order of the Eastern Star, a Tuesday eve ning event at the home of Mrs. Stanley Blackburn, 1424 Elizabeth Crest drive. During the evening, Mr. Blackburn showed pictures of the trip to Tahiti and Hawaii he and Mrs. Blackburn made last year. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Austin Garrett, chairman; Mmes. Herbert Guffy, H. G. Gage, Mary Gorenson, Tom Henderson and Ed McLennan. Others present were Mmes. Earl Johnson, Pansy Briggs, Harry Scott, R. E. Petersen, H. W. Dunham, Henry Eubank, H. N. Trowbridge, Ellis Ward, Lynn W. Jones, B. H. Taylor, W. H. Branscum, Harrold Belcher and William Weatherwax. Q—The bidding has been: East South West North !• IV 2« Pass 34 3* Pass Pass 4¥ Pass Pass 5* ? You, South, hold: 4AQ765 VAK8754 42 42 What do you do? A—Oonble. Ton anicht able to make five ia one of your suits. The oppoBenti mirht be abts to make fire diamond*, bat . the pereeatace faTon UL attempt to set them doubled. TODAY'S QDESnOK Instead of passing,your partner bids two hearts over West's two diamonds. East goes to three diamonds. What do you do now? .Answer Tamomw- Luncheon For Concert Association Team Captains Changed To Tues, Originally scheduled for next)at the Country Club. Final re- Monday, the Itmcheon for captains of teams working on the current meml>ersliip campaign for Redlands Winter Concert Association, has been postponed to Tuesday, according to the drive chairman, Mrs. James C. Lewis. Mrs. James W. Simonds, president of the Concert Association's board, will be hostess for th? luncheon to start at noon Ontario's Sudbury Basm is leading world producer of| platinum metals. ports by team captains on the results of the campaign are expected to be made at this time. VETERANS GROUPS DINNER TONIGHT Veterans of World War I, Redlands Barracks, will have a joint potluck dinner this eve- nmg at 6:30 with the Veterans of Foreign Wars and .^^merican Legion Post in the American Legion clubhouse. "Getting to Know You" is the theme of the evening which will feature a a)- cial hour after the dinner. Harris' Will Be Closed Friday From 12 M. to 2 P.M. To Enable Employes To Attend Gotd Friday Services. V/ 'Hut. ^ J fresh Picked Floral Print Needs No Pressing , , . in Jersey of Anfron Nylon Try this little pick-up-and-go dress that makes a grand entrance for Easter and stays lovely all through Spring. You'll step into' it easily, thanks to its easy on, eosy off, non-metal nylon zipper. Wear it os often OS you like, this Antron Jersey never shows a trace of a wrinkle no matter how many times you wash it. Extra attractions: two side pockets are included in its gently all around pleated .skirt. Blue, pink and green. 10-20 and 12^-24H!. PIN MONEY SHOP - 2nd FtOOR - HARRIS'
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