Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 13, 1964 · Page 2
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Redlands, California
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Monday, April 13, 1964
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2 - Monday, Apr. 13, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts mSS JOSEFHING REAY Society Editor SUSAN E. CHASE P.N.G. CLUB TO MEET Past Noble Grands club of Sapphire Kebekah lodge will meet Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. with Mrs. Alma Swenson, 226 MyTtle street Altadena Gir Bride-Elect Of Walter Skinner A family dinner party yes terday at the home of the bride- elect was the occasion for announcement of the engagement j of Susan Elizabeth Chase of Altadena and Walter L. Skinner of Redlands. . Mr. and Mrs. Charles C, I Chase, parents of the bride-to be, were host and hostess for the announcement party at their Altadena home. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Skinner, 631 Hibiscus drive. A summer wedding is plan ned, the nuptials to be solem nized in Westminster Presby fterian church, Pasadena. Susan is a graduate of John ,Muir High school in Pasadena land of Pasadena City College. Walter is an alumnus of Bed- lands High school and attended j Riverside Junior College. Former Redlander To Take Office As President Of Ariz. Clubwomen A lormer Redlands resident, Mrs. Harry Wagner Jr., now of Prescott, Aril., will be installed president of Arizona Federation of Women's clubs Wednesday at the Westward Ho hotel in Phoenix. To be present on this occasion are the president - elect's sisters, Mrs. Richard B. Gaston of Redlands, Mrs. Joanna Studley and Mrs. Geneva Holdren, both of Santa Barbara, who are flying to Phoenix tomorrow. Mrs. Wagner was proposed for the state office by the Monday Club of Prescott, (he Prescott Junior Woman's club and the Northern District. She is currently vice president of the Monday Club, has sen-ed as recording secretary, second and first vice presidents and has held va­ rious chairmanships. She has scn'ed the Arizona Federation as chairman of "Oscars" for teachers and as chairman of ed ucation. \Vhile living in the Redlands area, she served as president of Mentone Woman's club and organized the Junior club for which she was coordinator. She was also vice president of San Bernardino District and was to take the presidency when she moved with her husband and family to Prescott. In addition to her woman's club activities, the former Ger' aldine Clifton (knoK -n to her friends as Jerry), is a member of the Garden Club, University Women, Presbyterian church and choir and the board of Unit ed Fund and the local Red Cross. Mrs. Yribarne NewD.iR. Chapter Regent Mrs. John C. Yribarne was elected regent of Arrowhead chapter, Daughters of the American RevoluUon, during Friday afternoon's chapter meeting at the home of Mrs. Wilbur N. Vroman, 624 Alvarado street. Other officers elected for the 1964-65 term were Mrs. H. aeo Burris, vice regent; Mrs. James M. Burchell, chaplain and librarian; Mrs. Emil A. Peterson, recording secretary; Miss Ann Nitterhousc, corresponding secretary; Mrs. N. E. Anderson, treasurer; Mrs. F. L. Nitter­ housc, regisU'ar. and Mrs. V. C. Hulbert, historian. Speaker Friday was Mrs. Myron C. Sabin, originally from Switzerland who is now a naturalized citizen of the U n i t e d States. Mrs. Sabin gave an interesting talk on preparation for citizenship and told of the differences in form of government between her native and her adopted countries. In this country, shef noted, there is one president and in Switzerland there are seven men who share these responsibilities. Mrs. 0. W. Albert and Mrs. Jewell Wilds, transfers from other chapters, were welcomed during the meeting. Spring flowers decorated the house. Pink sweetpeas formed the tea table centerpiece and Mrs. F. G. Johnson and Mrs. E. A. Peterson poured. On the tea committee were Jlrs. Burris, chairman; Mmes. Paul B. Wilson, C. E. AUred, Francis D. Henderson, Joseph C. Deuel and Hulbert. The chapter's annual luncheon will be May 8 at the Rusty Lantern in Beaumont. Greenspof Club Women Host Reciprocify Day Reciprocity Day was observed at the Greenspot Woman's club recent meeting in the Greenspot Scouthouse. Mrs. Hurl B. Robinson presid ed for Mrs. Robert Munyer, club president, and games were played by the large group of women present Speaker of the day was Miss Cathy Hales of the Redlands Harris Company who described latest fashions and illustrated her talk with new styles in clothes and accessories. Mrs. Carl Shedd poured and [members of the hostess club brought their favorite cakes for a "Cake Fair". Spring colors predominated in the floral dis- I plays and dolls were also used in decoration. Guests represented Yucaipa, I Mentone. Dunlap, Long Beach and Dunlap Friendly women's i clubs. Special guests included Mrs. Frank Murray of Edmonton, Ca nada; Mrs. Myrtle IQlbum of Long Beach and Mrs. Pat Era mcr of Sonoma. 0— The bidding has been: East Sonth West North !• Pass IN.T. Pass Pass 2« Pass 2« Pass S4i Pass S^b Pass ? You, South, hold: What do you do? A—Bid six cinhs. Tonr pirt- ner has skawn first raond diamond oonirol and then tamped yon to same. He shoold hare a dab fit and sometiunff in the maJois. TODAY'S QCESnON Tnstpad of jumping to five clubs,your partner bids three hearts over your three dubs. What do 70U do now? .Answer Ttauenow RENT A PIANO Apply Rent on Pureh«st HOLLEY & JACKSON KEDL.*NI>S BODLEVABD AT XEW YOBK STBEET Historian To Speak Before S.B. Forum Donrella Cross Boyle, histor- !ian, teacher and author, will be featured speaker presented by the San Bernardino Public Forum tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the American Legion Hall, 732 North Sierra Way, San Bernardino. Her subject will be "Are Some Textbooks Devices of Pro- jpaganda?" Author of "In Quest of a Hem- jisphere". a textbook for eighth graders in the discovery and de- .velopment of .America, her lat- icst book is entitled "American History Was My Undoing" the tale of her long research and adventures with co-authors, contracts, lawyers and publishers while compiling the textbook. There is no admission charge for the forum to which the public is invited. Harry Von Zdl, noted radio .and TV personality, will be fea- Itured speaker at the May meet ing. TAe Studio of WM, £LM£R KINCHAM Here's Our Second Group Salesman Sample Jewelry Vz Off Regularly $1 to $10 Now «7c* to $«.67* Complefely new selection of beautiful spring beads with matching earrings, stunning pins and novelty bracelets. Gold and silver toned metals. * Plus 10% Fed. Ex. Tax COSTUME JEWELRY - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Excepfional Savings on Decorafive Plate Glass Mirrors - 27"x32" Size Regularly Priced af $79.98 »14 88 Beautiful m 'inon ihai add a decorator touch to your decor. 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