Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 7, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, April 7, 1964
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inSS JOSEPHINE REAY Sodety Editor Alpha Xi Delta "State Day" April 11 Redlands-San Bernardino Alpha Xi Delta alumnae will join other Southern California alumnae Saturday at the New porter Inn at Newport Beach for the triennially held State Day. With a "reunion" theme, college members from the chap ters of UCXA, San Fernando Valley SUte and San Diego State will meet with the alumnae for morning registration. Sirs. Bobert J. Simpson of San Bernardino, who - supervises alumnae chapters as Omicron Province vice presi I ^pJit, will open the meeting, moderating a panel on membership. Luncheon speaker will be Mrs. Beth Nash Fennessy of Los Angeles who will relate events recalled by her father who was president of the college and a sponsor of the sorority. She will give a tribute to the 10 women who founded the sorority at Lombard Galesburg, III., in 1893. Women who were initiated 50 years ago will receive the Order of the Rose. Featured speaker of the afternoon will be Miss Gertrude Anderson, recently retired as national executive secretary now living in Seal Beach. Her topic will be "Footnotes Can be Fun". Mrs. William L. Rose is president of the Redlands-San Bernardino Alumnae club. Others to attend from Redlands area are Mmes. Paul B. Wilson, Franklin Postle, Bill Gibson, Eugene Hatfield, Robert E. \Vhite, Richard Mulligan, T. J. Hester and Raymond Boyko. Reservations may be made tt-ith Mrs. Donald Worsham or Mrs. Oscar Sayles. ART AND INSANITY" MILAN, Italy (UPI) — About 500 drawings, paintings and sculpture works made by inmates of insane asylums in College,! Italy, France, Belgium and Mrs Pishman To Continue WSCS Study The Woman's Society of Christian Service of University Methodist Church will continue its study of South East Asia at it's regular monthly meeting on Thursday, at 10 a.m. Special speaker will be Mrs. Alvin T. Fishman, speaking on the topic "Christian Issues in Southern Asia". Mrs. Fishman speaks from first-hand information having served with her husband as a Baptist missionary in India for many years. During the business meeting the nominating committee will present it's slate of officers for the coming year and elections will be held. FoUou-ing the meeting, luncheon will be served by members of Rebecca Circle. DOWNTOWN REDIANOS Switzerland will go on show here April 15 in an exhibition on "Art and Insanity." Redlands Daily Facts Tuesday, Apr. 7, 1964 - 3 Important Notice! Harris will not be open until 10:45 AM. Wednesday Please plan your shopping accordingly DOWNTOWN REOLANDS MR. AND MRS. DANIEL JOHN KELLY Photo by Stan Shullleworth Judith Judd, Daniel J. Kelly Wed In Saturday Church Ceremony Spending a week in Las Vegas on their honeymoon are Mr. and Mrs. Daniel John Kelly (Judith Ann Judd) who were married in Sacred Heart church Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Jean Judd, 1285 Garnet street, Mentone. She was escorted to the altar by her father, Leonard J. Judd of Rolling Hills, to meet her bridegroom, son of Mr. and Jlrs. John M. Kelly, 31014 Sunset drive. The bride's Cahill wedding dress of silk organza and Alen con lace was fashioned along princess lines with train. A pearl tiara secured her e 1 b o w length bouffant veil and she held a bouquet of white orchids and roses. A single strand of pearls was her only jewelry. In aqua taffeta sheaths with long overskirts were the bride's attendants. Virginia Judd, her sister, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Judy Rankin, Lo.'een Underhill and Maycell Wiles. Their taffeta bow and net headpieces were in a matching shade of aqua. Ted Pratt was tlic bridc- grooms best man. Ushers were Tom Pilkington, Dick Wall and Henry Grenicr. Rev. Henry W. Keanc, pastor of the church, performed the nuptial ceremony. ^Vhite stock, gladioli and chrysanthemums provided decoration for the sanctuary and the altars and pew bows marked the bridal aisle. Organ selections were played MAK€fR(END5 by Earie Abbott Assisting during the reception m the parish hall following the church ceremony were M r s. Frank Harlan Jr. and daughter, Gail, who completed the cutting of the cake; Mrs. Herbert G Harlan at the punch bowl; Ruthie Norcross at the coffee urn, Helen Judd and daughter, Holly, received the gifts and Susie Hatcher took charge of the guest book. On their return from their honeymoon, the young newlyweds will make their home on Fourth street in Yucaipa. The bride, granddaughter of Mrs. BerUe Harlan, Mill Creek road, Mentone, graduated from Redlands High school and is now employed by the Toumier- Wilson Data Processing Company in San Bernardino. The bridegroom, also a graduate of Redlands High School, attended San Bernardino Valley College for two years. He is now employed by the Santa Fe Railroad. A prc-rchearsal party was given Friday evening at the bride's home at wiiich time she presented gifts to her at tendants. New Concepts in Bedroom Fashion The Heirloom look'... brings old-fashionecf cKarm to the bedroom decor . , . reflects the heritage passed on by Early Americans. Save ftmcheon pals a long tirade when they ask politely 'T-low are you?" Art Show At the LYON ART GALLERY in the Smiley Public Library Building. OPEN DAILY Through April (Excepting TTiursdo/ & Saturdays] HOURS 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ARTISTS EXHIBITED PHIL DIKE LEON MOBURG ELMER PLUMMER MILLARD SHEETS OERK 5MIT ROBERT WOOD Spring Garden Touf Set For April 18,19 Redlands, with its wealth of blossoming spring trees and shrubs and its beautiful natural surroundings, has few cities to equal it for beauty at this sea son. With this in mind, the 75- year-old Redlands Horticultural and Improvement Society planning a garden tour for Saturday, April 18, and Sunday, April 19, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. This tour will fake the place of the annual flower show which will be resumed next year Gardens shown will be of many types. There will be those featuring pools, estate gardens and several land' scaped in the contemporary manner as well as gardens owner-planted and maintained Tickets may be secured at the Redlands Chamber of Com merce, from society members or from Ann Ford Farran chairman of the garden tour, JIaps will be available on tour days at a centrally located garden at 405 West Olive avenue. The sponsoring society is a charter member of California Garden Clubs, Inc. (state fed' eration of garden clubs). Q—Tbe bidding has been: East Sooth West North !• Pass IN.T. Pass Pass ? Yoa, Sooth, hold: *A2 VK3 476544>A.Q43t What do yoa do? A—Bid two dabs. Tour <H>- peneots have ibown. wtaJaua so. your partner will have some cards and yon eaa afford to act TODArS QVESnOS West passes and your partner bids two spades. East passes. What do you do now" Answer Tonorrew Modernized Heirlooms Capture the Bedroom . . . 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