Redlands Daily Facts 2 - Wed., April 15,1964 Sr. Citizens Luncheon Friday Bedlands Senior Citizens club will have a potluck luncheon for its members this Friday at 1 p.m. at the YWCA. All mem bers are asked to contribute to the luncheon menu and to bring their own table ser\'ice. Welcomed as new members last Friday at the weekly meeting were Mrs. Grace Kahoe from Florida and Airs. Ella C. Williamson from San Bernardino. Guests were Mrs. Vera Rhody and Mrs. Grace S. Scall-| ings. The club meets every Friday at 1 p.m. in the YWCA activities building, 16 East Olive avenue. Membership is open to all retired men and women over the age of 50. Details of a "Bundle Party" to benefit their Community Thrift Shop • were . announced yesterday when the Assistance League of Bedlands met for hmcheon at the Country.Chib. Mrs. Edward B. Darrah is chairman of the benefit which friends of the League will attend April 30 in the gardens of "Kimberly Crest", home of Mrs. Elbert W. Shrik. The Thrift Shop is maintained by the League as a service to the community and as a means of support to other League philanthropies. GERMAN PROF. TO ADDRESS AAUW CROUP Prof. Ursula Asheuer from Germany, currently a member of the University of Redlands faculty, will discuss modern Germany and will show colored slides demonstrating progress since World War II when the AAUW World Problems study section meets with Mrs. EU' gene Eoehling, 1003 Fletcher street, this evening at 7:30. ^Irs. Russell R. Rogers will be assisting hostess. League Plans "Bundle Party" For April 30 In Kimberly Crest Gardens Mrs. Steven Nicks, chairman of the Dental Clinic, announced that 20 new cases are now being processed and will be completed by the end of the school year. League president, Mrs. GO- ert Becker, announced that the board will entertain League members and their husbands at a June party at the Donald A. Stevning home. Mrs. John Ferrall and Mrs. Roland K. Sillier were luncheon hostesses yesterday. The next meeting will be on May 5 at the Country Club at which time hostesses will be Mrs. Walker Smith and Mrs. Virgmia Hurlbut Cancelations for luncheon must be made by May 1. Mrs. Fridench Elected President Of Mentone Woman's Club Mrs. Julius M. Friderich will head Mentone Woman's club as its president for the coming term, having been elected last evening during the annual meeting in the Woman's clubhouse. ' Mrs. Curtis Simmons is t h e new vice president; Mrs. R. E. Sams, recording secretary; Mrs. Edwin Thamann, treasurer; Mrs. Frank Nulpb, auditor, and Mrs. Joseph Monroe and Mrs. H. H. Constant, trustees. Past presidents introduced were Mmes. Sams, Joseph Mon roe, David S. Roberts, D. C. REDUNDS COMMUNITY MUSIC ASSOCIATION PRESENTS "A Night In Vienna" As a Gala Benefit for THE REDLANDS BOWL Friday, April 17th, 1964 - 7 P.M. Azure Hills Country Club Dinner — Dancing— Entertainment DONATION $10.00 PER PERSON For Table Reservations Call Mrs. Harrison — 792-3635 Mrs. Hulbert — 793-1717 (This Ad Conlribulid b/ a Friand of lh* Kedlendt towl) Adams, H. M. Crosthwaite Sr. and Kay Cook. Evening Section members were in charge of the meeting On the tea table was an ar rangement of Belle of Portugal roses, lilies and other flowers from Mrs. Constant's garden Mrs. Hurl B. Robinson and Mis E. D. Crawford poured. Mmes Peggy Bejma, Howard Saveland and Dorothy Donaldson were hostesses. Mrs. Joseph Monroe reported on the recent District board meelin at Newport Beach. The Mentone club won an award in the "IntemaUonal Affairs" di vision of which Mrs. Frank Nulph is local chairman. Mrs. R. E. Sams was installed as San Bernardino District treasurer. Mrs. John F. Dayton, Mrs. Sams and Mrs. David S. Roberts attended the District meet- in with Mrs. Monroe. It was announced that the Mentone Golden Age club would have a luncheon April 23 in the clubhouse with all proceeds going to the Cancer Drive fund. The pubUc is invited. Luncheon will be served at 12:30. On April 24 at 7 p.m., the Evening Section will sponsor a "Jitaey Supper" in the clubhouse. cctetif MISS JOSEPHINE BEAT Society Efitor Dorcas Societies Join In Kitchen "Shower" For Navajo Mission AT SORORITY TEA - Mrs. William D. Derby, left, co-chairman of the recent Preferential Tea in which local Beta Sigmo Phi sorority choptera joined, ond tAn. William F. Wendt, center, of lota Tau chapter, chat with AArs. Boyd Johnson, right, outgoing president of the sorority's Redlands City Council duitng the afternoon event. AArs. Wendfs chapter was recognized as having the most representatives present. (Daily Facts photo) Five Beta Sigma Phi Chapters Represented At Tea Q—Tbe bidding has been: East Sontb West Kortb !• Pass 1* Pass 2* ? You, South, hold: 4kA2 VKS •7654 ^Q432 What do you So? A—Pasi. West 's hand If stm almost nallmlted and it Is too danreroos for 70B to bid st tUa pota>L TODATS QdS-nON Voa pass. West bids two spades and North and East pass. Now what do you do? Answer Tomorroir Sunday afternoon's tea honor ing pledges and transfer members of the five local Beta Sigma Phi chapters was a sig niiicant event, being the first preferential tea since organiza tion of the new Redlands City Council by the international sorority. The tea was at the home of Mrs. L. E. Nelson, 811 North University street Mrs. Nelson is sponsor of Xi Theta Beta chapter and a gift was presented to her in appreciation of NARCE MEETING SET FOR SATURDAY National Association of Retired Civil Employes will meet at Yucaipa school, California and D streets, Saturday at 1 p.m. for a pot luck dinner. A report will be given on the Santa Monica "NARCE" meeting earlier this month. R. E. Lautzenhiser will talk of his experience in Santo Tomas prison camp in The Philippines during World War IL AU members are invited to attend and to bring a new member. her many courtesies extended to the sorority. Mrs. Thomas J. McGowan of Xi Theta Beta, tea chairman for the day, presented the gift on behalf of her sorority sisters. Mrs. Boyd A. Johnson, current Council president, greeted the guests as they arrived at the Nelson home. Guests in- Salem Circle Plans Sale A Spring sale of baked goods and hand work will be sponsored by Salem Circle of Redlands Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the First Christian Reformed church, 1135 Church street The public is invited and coffee will be served. Plans for the sale **re completed at the recent monthly meeting of the group at the Christian Reformed church on Highland avemie. Mrs. John Van Mouwerik led devotions and women of the host church served refreshments. eluded the two candidates nominated to succeed her in office. They are Mrs. Delbert C. Williamson of Zota Tau chapter and Mrs. William P. Wilder of Xi Kappa Alpha. Mrs. William J. Bryan, Mission California Council presi dent and member of Sigma Epsilon chapter in Riverside, was a special guest of the afternoon. Pouring were Mmes. Irvin M. Argleben, Emro Griffin and Harold B. Rascher, Xi Kappa Alpha; Mrs. William Derby and Mrs. Williamson, Iota Tau; Mrs. Barney L. Gentry, Xi Theta Beta; Mrs. Stuart Lindenberger, Xi Delta Rho, and Mrs. M. Harry Whalen, Zeta Rho. WOMEN GOLFERS TO PLAY FRIDAY Women golfers will have a "Guest Day" Friday with medal play tournament on their regular golf schedule at the Country Chib. Players are also reminded to sign up at the Pro Shop for next Sunday's draw tournament Scores of kitchen utensils were showered upon visitors from the Seventh-day Adventist Navajo mission school at Hoi- brook, Ariz., as a feature of the San Bernardino-Riverside counties Dorcas Welfare Feder ation meeting in Loma Linda on Monday. Highlight of the quarterly federation meeting, ^ch brought Adventist Welfare society members from all parts of the two counties, was the special program presented by Principal and Mrs. Frank Dangherty and eight Hollffook students in Linda Hall of the Loma Linda Hill chnreh. Included in special business was the resignatioa of the loog-: time federation president, Mrs. Vivian Nethery of Arlington, and the election of Mrs. Glen Greybill of Barstow to succeed her. The federation members ex tended a unanimous vote af| thanks to the retiring presidoit A special highlight of the program was a special "piggyj bank" offering during the noon recess, during which $280 was collected for the purpose of helping the Holbrook school finance a series of radio programs. Climaxing the afternoon program was the grand parade, during which the shower gifts were brought to the front of the auditorium by the parading Dorcas Welfare Sode^ members from the two counties. In his report Principal Daugherty gave full credit to the Dorcas Welfare societies of Southern California for the progress of the Holbrook Mission schooL He recounted that Mrs. B. R. Spear of Mentone, welfare director for the Southeastern California conference, had visited the school last year, and noting the needs of the low-budget school, immediately started gathering needed items for the mission schooL The results were outstanding, as six heavily-loaded trucks were required to haul the contributions of the Dorcas groups to the school, last falL Included were two truckloads from the Redlands-San Bernardino area. Highlighting the program were musical numbers by the Navajo students, some in cos tume. They sang hymns in their native Navajo language, reading the scripture passage and giving the benediction in their language, as welL Principal Daugherty reported that "as a result of the generosity of you Dorcas Welfare members," many more Navajo youths are receiving an education. 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East Citnis Ave. DOWNTOWN REDLANDS Pheae 793-3279. were Lorraine Bigman, Jenny Spencer, Bud Haycock, Jackson Mez, "nmothy, Lewis and J^mes Yazzie. The group stayed overnight, at La Sierra College in Arlington, and continued to Santa Ana Tuesday morning for a similar Dorcas Welfare Federation meeting of Orange county societies. Formal dividing of the federation from a three-counties to the San Bernardino - Riverside federation and Orange federation, was ratified at Monday's meeting. The initial meeting of the Orange county group was conducted Tuesday. California Poets Subject Of AAUW Study California poets were the subject of the Monday evening meeting of AAUW literature section at the home of Mrs. Charles Gruber, 1313 College avenue. Mrs. Dorothy H. Brenan discussed the four California poets laureate, Ina Donna Coolbrith (1919-28), Charles Bland Meade (1929^), John Steven McGroarty, author of the "Mission Play", and Redlands-bom Gordon Norris (1953.61), reading from the works of each. Miss aara Belle Ledhal spoke of John Van Cheney, the attorney, later a librarian who came to California for his health, and Miss Mary Pew discussed Robinson Jeffers, the controversial poet, reading from a.number of his works. The study will be completed at a later meeting of the group. Present were Mmes. George HeWey, Alice Van Boven, Russell Rogers, E. L. Foreman, Ann Ford Farran, Ted Manning, Brenan and Gruber; and the Misses Gertrude Hagum, Edith W. Taylor, Ruth Foster, Ada K. Dietz, Pew and Ledahl. Local Nursery Teachers Host Assoc. Luncheon aara K. Dugan and Marjorie G. Miles of Redlands were hostesses for an Inland Area Association for Nursery Education luncheon Saturday at Faith Peters Memorial School in Prospect Park. Teachers were present from Colfon, Corona, Fontana, Grand Terrace. Hemet, Hesperia, Mentone, Ontario, Redlands, Riverside, San Bernardino and Yucaipa. Mrs. Robert Walden is president of the Association and Mrs. Lucille Donlinger is vice president Elected for the next biemiinm were Mrs. Virginia Matthews, recording secretary; Mrs. Joan Halperin, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Ruby Gregory, treasurer- Miss Mary Minnie, professor at Pacific Oaks College in Pasadena, was guest speaker. Her topic was "Goals and Values of Nursery Education". Mu Phi Alumnae; Form Chapter A new alumnae chapter of Mu PM Epsilon, international professional music sorority, was recently installed in Riverside. Among the charter members is Mrs. Wilhelmina C. Peterson of Redlands. Mu Phi Epsilon was founded at Metropolitan College of Music in Cincinnati, in 1903. There are at present 91 collegiate chapters, including one at Philippine Women's University in Manila, and 69 other ahmmae chapters. The purpose of the organization is to promote musicianship and scholarship and to advance music in America. All Ma Phis in the Redlands area are invited to membership and may call Mrs. Peterson at 792-5658. RNA SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION SLATED Royal Neighbors of America will have a School of Instruction next Wednesday, starting at 1:30 p.m. in the lODF halL Dinner will be served by women of State Street diristian church in the church at 6 p.m. and an evening session win follow in the halL The South Bay area "Ever Ready" team will put on ritualistic work.
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