Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 28, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Saturday, March 28, 1964
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MR. AND MRS. GREGORY SURBER Photo by Donotd Burian Cathy Harrigan, Gregory Surber Wed In Candlelight Church Ceremony Candelabra lined the aisle in Yucaipa's First Baptist church and set off the arch and flowers on the rostrum for the wedding of Cafhy Harrigan and Gregory Surber on the evening of March 20th. Rev. William Sloan, pastor of the church, officiated at the sem'ce that united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Harrigan, 1352 Laurel avenue, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Surber, 34865 Avenue D, Yucaipa. Dainty seed pearls erabroi; dered the bride's wedding dress of silk orgsnza designed with empire bodice and princess panel, scooped neckline and long tapered sleeves. The bouffant skirt swept into a graceful chapel train, a bow marking the back waistline and two graduated bows following down the skirt. Her elbow length veil of imported silk illusion was held in place by a headpiece of organza flowers and pearls. A white orchid centered the white ear- nations in the bridal bouquet. Preceding Cathy and her father dOKTi the church aisle w a s her little flower girl, Debbie Vcrmeer. in a long silk dress, mint green in color; the maid of honor, Connie Harrigan in a full length mint green dress with olive green cummerbund and back panel, and bridesmaids, similarly dresse<i. who were Sharon McClean, Claudia Surber and Marjorie Harrigan. The honor attendant's bouquet of white roses and gladioli was centered with a yellow carnation. The bridesmaids carried arrangements of yellow roses and carnations with a single School, yellow gladioli ia the center. Ushers were Shelby Hutto, Ron DcCrona and Thomas Harrigan while Reinbard Thalmay- er stood with the bridegroom as his best man. Ron Shetlcr, University of Redlands student, was baritone soloist for the wedding while Mrs. 0. W. Brown played his accompaniments as well as other organ selections. Vocal solos were 'Thine is Sfy Heart .41one," "Entreat Me Not to Leave Thee" and, to close the service, "The Lord's Prayer. The bride's mother wore a dress of emerald green satin with matching small hat and shoes. The mother of the bridegroom chose pink linen lace with matching purse and shoes and white hat. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hunt served as host and hostess at the Contemporary Club lor guests awaiting the arrival of the bridal party for the reception. Jlrs. Robert .Moore, assist-, ed by Mrs. Shelby Hutto, cut' and served the pillared bride's cake while -Mrs. Mildred Jlc-i Clean and Mrs. Stuart Ramsay poured at the coffee and punch table. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Vcrmeer received (he gifts. The young ncw]>^vcds are now at home at 334 La Paloma drive. Both are attending San Bernardino Valley College and are also employed, the bride at Harry and Lloyd's Oldsmobile agency in Redlands and t h e bridegroom at the Market Basket. They plan to enroll at Cal Poly in Pomona next fall. Cathy and Greg are both graduates of Yucaipa High A remarkable new idea in decoriative light A Remarkable New Idea in Decorative Light ^lam Buoyants ,he warm, holo-soft flame is exquisite for all occasions — Delightful in flower arrangements. Use any salad oil in your own crystal. Up to ten hours per ounce! 2 baoyt pluf 50 24.|iour wicfa p(ui detorofor hint* $]00 GIFTWARES - BASEMENT - HARRIS' April Morning C ub Meets The Easter theme inspired arrangements for this week's meeting of the April Morning club for which Mrs. Robert L. \Vilson, 611 Mariposa drive, {opened her home. Mrs. Harold R. Bartel and Mrs. B. E. Van Arsdale were co-hostesses. Reports were given on mem- ibership by 5Irs. Wright E. Toal|son and for the nominating committee by Mrs. Oral A. Baker. A guest of the morning was Mrs. Van Arsdale's houseguest, Mrs. Marie Niethammer irom I Casper, Wyo. , Members present were Mrs. Robert H. Wislon, president; Mmes. Baker, Eugene E. Ball, IBartd, Cbaries H. Bazuin, Stan- Zeuty-Buehler Fall Nuptials Planned Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Buehler, The betrothal was first re- of Grass Valley, Calif., formerly of Redlands, announce the engagement of their only daugh ter, Janice Lee, to Donald R. Zeuty of Long Beach. ley L. Combs, Richard C. Hardy, Leroy Hansberger, Har old B. Hartwick, James F. Henry, Thomas F. Hollingworth, Glenn Jones. Mmes. R. L. Kull, Steve T. Loper, Kenneth R. MacKenzie, R. C. Merritt, Charies C. Parker, Robert Rowlands, Fred L. Sheets, A. R. Thompson, Toalson, Van Arsdale, William H. Wilson, R. Raymond Wilson, Robert L. Wilson and Charles N. Ziilcb. vealed at a dinner party in Carlsbad at the home of ilr. and Jlrs. William E. Reid. Mr. Reid is an uncle of the bride to-be. Green colored carnations and candles in a matching shade were used for table decoration with a green frosted cake. The young couple plan a fall wedding in Anaheim. The bride - elect graduated from Tahoe Truckee High school with the class of 1955. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused funuture or ap- ph'ances wiU find a ready market through aassified Ads. Foreign Film Festival At UR Continues The obsessions of a paranoid will be analyzed Thursday evening, April 2 when the University of Redlands French department presents the second movie in the Foreign Film Fes tivaL "El" (This Strange Passion") a Spanish fihn, will be shown in the Hornby Science Hall at 7:45 p.m. and is open to the public. Written by Spain's Luis Bu- nuel, "El" is the story of a girl who marries a pathologically jealous husband who tries to kill her. The imderlying plot is that of Redlands Daily facts Saturday/Mar. 28,1964-3 \ inward obsessions of a para noid and of his distorted outlook on reality. Based on a book by Mercedes Pinto, "El" stars actor Arturo OeCordova and actress Delia Games. Reviews from the New Yorker applauded Bunuel's work as "Hair raising — a rousing business. Most skillfuUy contrived.' Post reviewers claimed the film was an "Adult script and professional in the playing. Bu- enel is no children's story teller." Robert DeQuenne, instructor of French and coordinator for the film series, promises that . the film is e.wellent. English subtitles are provided so EASTERN STAR MEETING SLATED Copa del Ore Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, will honor Line Officers, April 1, at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. All Eastern Star members are invited. Arlene Wiese and Lee Vaught are co-chairmen. For transportation phone Marie Barnett 792-7955. that non-Spanish speaking per- a deeply probing analysis of the I sons may also enjoy this sub­ tle and most surprising work of Buenel." Four more films in German, French and Spanish, will be offered throughout the months of April and May. Season or individual tickets may be purchased through the UR Public Relations Office or at the door. 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