Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 17, 1964 · Page 2
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Redlands, California
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Friday, April 17, 1964
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2 - Friday, Apr. 17, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Yucaipa Women's Club Wins Awards Af Disfricf Convenfion ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE RE.IY Society Editor Former Navy Doctor To Talk To Auxiliary Dr. Sam Knappenberger, Red lands pliysician, will be guest spealcer at next Tuesday's meet- .ing of Redlands Community Hospital Auxiliary at tlie Nurses home. He will show slides and speak on "Sub Sahara Africa and the People-To-People Program". The meeting will be preceded at 9:30 a.m. by a coffee hour. Officers and chairmen are reminded of the board meeting at 9. Mrs. Robert Best, chairman, will discuss the progress and details of the Auxiliary benefit set for May 14 in the social hall of the First Methodist church. The "Coffee and Cards" party will benefit the nursing scholarship fund and many prizes are plan ned for this event. Tuesday's speaker became fa miliar with Africa when he trav eled over 30,000 miles on that Continent during service with the U. S. Navy. He was senior surgeon with a task force deployed to that area to distribute medical supplies. ^Vhile in Africa, Dr. Knappenberger spent some lime with the noted Dr. Albert Schweitzer. CD.A. Court Prepares For Election The nominating committee of fered their proposed slate of officers to the 40 members pres ent at the Tuesday evening meet ing of Court Our Lady of Lourdes, Catholic Daughters of America. The proposed slate includes Mmes. Christopher Fitzgerald Yucaipa Woman's club won two first place awards and an honorable mention at the con- Tentioa of San Bernardino.Dis­ trict a, California Federation of Women's club, held recently at the Newporter Inn at New{port Beach. For 7 new members, this year, the club received first award in federation extention and another first was received in the history and landmarks division, Mrs. Glen Sherer, chairman. Mrs. Mabel Cedergren won an honorable mention for her mental health committee work. Attending the convention Ifrom Yucaipa were the club president, Mrs. G. Parker; Mmes. T. Wooldridge, J. Henderson, L. Gervais, H. Bigson, R. Emery, S. Ulrey, C. Haymes, E. Todt and J. Cor Dr. SAM KNAPPENBERGER grand regent, James H. Brown, vice-regent; Isabel Furtado, prophetess; Jerome M. Arendt, lecturer; Roger L. Fisher, monitor; Russell A. O'Connell, historian; Charles L. Durante, treasurer; James Howard, sentinel; Harvey Deme, organist; Frank P. Cridelich and Henry L. Kruse trustees; and Miss Mary Alma Hyman, financial secretary. Nominations will be accepted from the floor at the Jlay meeting before the elec tion. The court elected to send Mrs. Kruse as a delegate to the 21st biennal state convention at San Francisco. Mrs. Chris Fitzger aid is the alternate. Mrs. Kruse introduced Mrs. Ernest De Millo, a new member, who was initiated through the Ontario Court. Tickets were distributed for the yearly fashion show to be held May 2nd at the Dunes in Riverside. Mrs. James A. Maloncy was the recipient of the attendance prize. Father William Cuddihy, assistant pastor of Sacred Heart church, spoke briefly. An evening of cards with judging of "Crazy" hats as a highlight was enjoyed Wednesday evening by the 34 members and friends of the Court with Mrs. Henry Romo, 1380 Monterey street, as hostess, assisted by the refreshment committee Mmes..Ross Real, Jordan Berg, A. J. Wheaton, John J. Devine, Richard F. Braga, George Buckmaster, Charles L. Durante, James H. Brown, Winslow S. Lincoln and Jeanette Dobmeier, Three prizes were av/arded; most beautiful, "A Roman Foun tain" by Mrs. John A. O'Leary; most unusual, "5 o'clock brunch" by Mrs. Henry L. Kruse, and funniest, "Monday morning blues" by Mrs. Christopher Fitzgerald. Another prize went to a visiting guest, Mrs. Philip Dalene of Walla Walla Washington, the mother of Mrs Dean W. Allman. Eastern Star Chapter Hears RHS Students "Little Red School House" was the theme of the Wednesday evening meeting of Copa del Oro chapter. Order of the East- em Star, with the East station I in Masonic temple decorated |nith a blackboard, school books and a world globe. Taking part in the pro gram, under direction of Mrs I Gertrude Baccus, were RHS speech students Susan Chesus Steve Hauser, Roberta Brund age and David Emerich. Filling stations for the eve )ning were Ivah Petersen, Mavy Almind, Myrtle Henderson, Mary Friderich and D. Ellis Crane. Special escort and introduction went to past matrons and past patrons, Ivah Petersen, DilUe Pidgeon, Helen Jones, Mary Friderich, Stella Garrett, Myrtle Henderson, Mary McLennan, Minnie Zimmer, Bronwen K e t Breakfast Club Has Luncheon At Beach Resort Members of Breakfast Club and their guests attended a luncheon at the Stuft Shirt in Newport yesterday. Mrs. Gordon Cram and Mrs. Urban M. Der- |kum were hostesses for the affair. In the lovely bayside setting, I Mrs. Frank W. Bums, vice {president, welcomed guests and members, tumed the program over to Mrs. Fred E. Howard, commentator for a fashion show by the Edith Moss Shop of Newport. Members of the club who modeled were Mmes. L. G. Hahn, William G. Stryker, Harold W. McMillen, James H. Porch, Warren H. Hooper and Forrest A. Robinson. After a luncheon, some of the members and their guests played cards. Others went shopping before returning to Redlands. tering, Estelle Morrison, Annie Johnston, Nancy Hepburn, Edward Kellams and Austin Gar- Irett The kick-off dinner marking the start of Public Schools Week jWill begin with dinner at 7 p.m [Monday in Terrier hall, spon sored by California Masonic Lod ges. The public is invited. A reception for Ceona Mary Hull, deputy grand matron, is set for April 25 at 8 p.m. in Yucaipa Grange halL Al Malaikah I Shrine Chanters will sing that same evening at 8:15 p.m. in Memorial chapel at the U. of R. under sponsorship of the I Redlands Shrine club. Proceeds will be used for a music schol arsbip. . Doris Belcher was fining room I chairman and hostesses were Ruth Bedenick, Blanche Taylor, Charlotte Kemsey, Edna Nich ols and Margie Blansher. Deanery Council Of Catholic Women To Meet A varied program is planned for women of San Bemardino Deanery Council of Catholic Women when the organization has its quarterly luncheon meeting at E.S.K.J. Lodge Hall, 18359 Arrow boulevard, Fontana, at Eoon ne-tt Thursday. All CathoUc women of the Deanery and their friends are invited to attend, according to Mrs. Thomas F. Dillon of Red- ands, Deanery president Mrs. Howard Andrews, president of St Joseph's Church Altar and Rosary Society, Fontana, and a group of women from her parish, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Ann Brooks, will prepare and serve the luncheon. Rev. Anthony Fisher, CJl. will be principal speaker. Soloist will be Mrs. John Petric accompanied by Mrs. George Pavolic. Questions and answers on the San Bernardino water crisis will be presented. Luncheon reservations must be made by Tuesday with Mrs. Thomas J. Ditchfield, 106 Prospect drive, Redlands, for those in the Redlands - Yucaipa-Loma Linda area. Free Methodist WMS Guests At Salad Luncheon A salad luncheon at the home of the president Mrs. Robert E. Snyder, 413 San Mateo street was attended by members of Brookside Free Methodist Women's Missionary Society this week. Co-hostesses were Kirs. Glendon King and Mrs. Don Mannoia. Plans were discussed for the Mother-Daughter banquet May 12 in the church's fellowship halL Membership chairman Mrs. Gary Edwards reported a total I of 41 members and six honorary members in the Society, passing the goal set The program was a panel discussion on the part of the local church in advancing foreign missions. On the panel I were Mmes. Jack H. Mottweiler. moderator, Paul Steele, William Rosenberger and Robert Ecker. Others present were Mmes. Charles Bishop, Marvin Edwards, Don Jagt Ross Miller, Sam Wirz, Donald Snyder and mother, Janie O'Gwen, John Hudson, Gayle Wirz, Arnold Thrower, Larry Steele and Don Wirz. AAUW BRtOGE CROUP TO MEET AAUW Bridge group will meet at 7:30 Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Cope Weller, 933 Walnut avenue, with Miss Mabel Inness as co- hostess. Members planning to I attend are asked to notify I either hostess. SUQARE DANCE TOMORROW NIGHT "Who Goofed?" square dance club invites all square dancers jto their Saturday evening dance at the Masonic Temple. Osa Matthews wiU be the caller. BAN BABIES NORWICH, En^and (UPI)-! [Young couples moving into a new apartment building here will have to move out ^en they have their first baby. Housing manager George I Woodcock said the regulation win be enforced so other tenants won't be distmbed. lew. There were 233 women at the convention, representing 31 chibs. Major business WSLS election .and installation of new officers, Iheaded by Mrs. M. E. Terkelsen of. Del Rosa as president Officers include Mrs. R. E Sams of Mentone, treasurer and Mrs. Lewis Rothstein of Redlands as budget director. I A xesohition was passed by the clubwomen to petition the I San Bemardino Board of Supervisors to appoint a County Mental Health advisory board and work out a plan for mental health services, county-wide, to be financed with Short-Doyle funds. Mrs. Edwin F. Bryant, state vice president at large, was honored at an evening banquet and was the evening speaker. Mrs. Bryant also served as installing officer. Job's Daughters Bethel Meets Job's Daughters observed Sub stitute Officers Night at their recent meeting in Masonic tem pie with Fat Alexander as hon ored queen. Others were Linda Douglas, Charlotte Johnson, Karyn Enarson, Pam Beauregard, Dorothy Ann Smith. Pegg|y Beauregard, Anne Pearson, Lmda Kooiman, Pam Alexander, Robyn Weaver, Karen Neil, Linda Ruff, Jo Anne Halliday. Cheryl Prout, Toni Noble, Kay Moore, Rita Cox and Bonnie Gage. Librarian's report was entitled 'My America Can't Be Beat". Donna Luce won the evening's prize. Escorts went to Mary Roberts. Jackie Bilter (past honored queens), Mrs. Barbara Weaver, guardian; Eugene Johnson, associate guardian; Ray BIIt er, past associate guardian. Twenty-four of the girls spent the weekend at Forest Home, accompanied by parent-chaperones, traveling to and from the mountains by bus. Musicale To Benefit MTA Scholarship Redlands Music Teachers As sociafion will sponsor their an nual silver tea and musicale tomorrow afternoon at the Contemporary club with programs scheduled for 1:30, 2:45 and 4 p. m. Tea will be served during intermission periods. Proceeds will be used for a music scholarship. Students playing represent the studios of Vera Beatty, Helen Daun, Margaret Eneroth, Mary Evelyn Golz, Kathryn James, Geneva Mills, Margaret Pierce, Hazel Robb, Everett Swank, Vera Van Loan, Elizabeth Voellmy and Ruth Wilkerson. General chairmen are Mrs Mills and Miss Pierce with Mrs Golz serving as program chairman and Ruth Baldwin as chairman of ushers. Mary Cowie,Denise Deckwar, Jean Paul, Katherine Dickson Evelyn Golz and Susan Jorgen son will serve as ushers for the afternoon. Hostesses will be Lorraine Jorgenson, Edith Jankay, Muriel Spelman, Rita Snyder Carolyn Weisbrod, Orla Nangle Joanna Blair and Lois La Bonte Leslie Rundells Feted At Housewarming Mr. and Mrs. LesUe RundeD, long time residents of Yucaipa, were honored recently at a surprise housewarming at their new home, 34T22 June lane, Yu caipa. A group of friends from the Good Shepherd Lutheran church of which the Rundells are active members planned the affair. Mrs. Bernard Reinertson served the cake with its pink lettering bearing an appropriate inscription to the couple and Mrs. Waldemar Klemm Jr. and Mrs. Harold Klinker poured the coffee. An arrangement of pink snapdragons centered the refreshment Uble. A combination shelf and bookcase was presented to the Rundells as a group gift Host couples for the party were Mr. and Mrs. Waldemar Klemm Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klinker and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Remertson. Berlin Resident Gives Program For AAUW Modem Germany was the subject for the World Problems Study section of AAUW, meeting this week at the home of Mrs. Eugene Roehling, 1003 Fletcher avenue. Miss Ursula Asheuer, a Fulbright FoundaUon recipient and a current professor of German at the University of Redlands, is from Berlin. She spoke of the developments of Germany since Wohrd War IT, including the educational, economic and polifical growth. Miss Asheuer showed color slides of Berlin, including its schools, churches, recreational activities and opportunities, such as the opera house and theatres, the lakes, rivers and "greens" as the people refer to their forests. Slides of. other interesting places and beauty spots in Germany included picturesque Heidelberg and the German Alps. Photographs of the I famous "wall" and street scenes in East Berlin completed |the program. Before she returns to Berlin this sumnjer. Miss Asheuer plans to bring her mother to the United States so that they may \our together. Mrs. Russell Rogers was as sisting hostess for the evening. Barbara and Robert again together , HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Bar bara Stanwyck and Robert Tay lor, divorced in 1951 after an 11-year marriage, will costar in the suspense film "The Night Walker," it was learned today. Taylor, 52, now married to German actress Ursula Thiess, commented: "Any actor who would taim down a chance to play opposite Barbara Stanwyck, under any circumstances, would have to be oat of his head." Miss Stanwyck, 56, never remarried alter her divorce from 1 Taylor. He was her second bus band. Producer-dfrector William Castle said he was a little appre- jhensive at first about pairing the two, but explained: "They both liked the script" Venturists In Evening Session R. E. Wilson of Lockheed Propulsion Company's admini- jstrative service division presented a film as the program for Venture club members Wednesday evening at Smiley library. A question and answer period followed the film. Members were reminded of the Pacific Region Spring conference scheduled for the last weekend in April at the Coronado hotel in San Diego. Guests for the evening were Jacke Hollingsworth, Gail Nimmo and Mary Jane Burr, Sor- optimists present were Lois Sandel, Ada Bodmer, Vesta Schaefer, Marian Zimmerman, Essie Walker and Margaret [Sharp. Venture members present [were Sylvia CantreD, Linda Spitzer, Cora Flo Ellis, Rose- |mary Dunn, Margie DeBlauw, Sandi Vander Veen, Bemie lAndrade and Carolyn Heman idez. Aerospace Wives Coffee ; Aerospace Wives of'Redlands met yesterday mommg for coffee at the home of Mrs. Martin Kamhi, 1685 Coontry Chib drive, with Mrs. E. 6. Hertler pouring. Cliarles A. Brown, head of public relations. Aerospace, provided a film portraying the different facets of the Aerospace program, shown during the morning to the wives group. Mrs. L. W. Rogers Jr., cbair- ;man, conducted a short business meeting after the film. The Touch of Elegance in Confinenfal Heirloom Reg. $19.98 NOW ^|4[®® Luxurious French knotted fringe, extra long and wide. Reversible with rounded corners. Twins or fulls. Antique or bleached white. BEDSPREADS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Lady Pepperell Combed Percale First Qualify Sheefs! Bleached or Pefife Rose 20 to 35^° off Bleached percale Flat or fitted twins.. Fiat or fitted fulii.... Matching Cases Reg. _$2.99 „$3.39 ..$1.58 pr. SALE $2.39 $2.71 $1.26 pr. Petite Rose Flat twins Flat fulls" Matching Cases Reg. SALE ..$3.99 • 2/$5 ..$4.99 - 2/$6 ..$2.58 pr. $1.50 pr. BEDDING - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' NIVERSARY "How Your Savings WiU Soar in '64"... With Exciting Values Commemaraiing Our dOtfi Year! 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