Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 18, 1964 · Page 2
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Redlands, California
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Redlands Daily Facts 2-Satuniay, Apr. 18,1964 Rebekah Dinner Plans Announced Sapphire Eebekah lodge tnd its Past Noble Grands dub will sponsor a ham dinner next Saturday at 6 p.m. in the lOOF ban. Proceeds will go lo delegates attending the convention in Sacramento. The P.N.G. club met this week with Alma Swenson, 226 Myrtle street • The mystery prize was won by Bessie Simms and a pair of pillowcases was won by Evelyn Jennison. The nest meeting will be May 20 at the home of Franke Mercer, 333 South Buena Vista street, with Bertlia Howard as co-hostess. Girl Scouts Visit Giftwise Another requirement toward achieving the Hospitality Badge was completed this week when Junior Girl Scout Troop 86 visited Giftwise at 221 East SUte street The girls had a tour of the show and learned many interesting facts about the merchandise. What to consider when purchasing a gift was also explained by the shop owners. Misses Helen and Jessie Vawter. Mrs. Robert G. Nicholson, Mrs. H. WeUy Kuhns and Mrs. Edward F. Olmos accompanied the group of 21 Scouts. MRS. CALDERONE ENTERTAINS MARTHAS Mrs. J. Calderone, 1218 Cabal lero lane, this week entertained members of Our X>ady of the Sacred Heart household. Order of Martha, at which time linens were distributed for the extension society. Mrs. H. Saik and Mrs. F. Greico were appomted to the nominating committee and officers will be elected in June. Mrs. Saik was winner of, the day's mystery prize. For the May 21 meeting, Mrs. Angela Cruder will be hostess at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Pe-| ter Jezerinac, 918 Lolita court THURSDAY DUPLICATE BRIDGE RESULTS Four tables participated in the Thursday morning duplicate bridge session at the YMCA. Winners were Mrs. Henry Kocsis and Mrs. George Qoud, first; Mrs. James Edwards and Mrs. Henry Dark, second; Mrs. Luther Fowler and Mrs. Paul aarfc, third. Special Master Point is scheduled for next Thursday morning and players are invited to take part, whether or not they are accompanied by a partner. "BRIDGETTES" MEET AT MARQUARDT HOME Mrs. Ethel Marquardt, 1309 Tourmaline avenue, Mentone, avenue, Mentone, entertained her "Bridgettes" group this week. Guests were Mrs. H. M. Cposthwaite Sr. and Mrs. I. Purl Fleming, substituting for members Airs. Noah Read and Miss Emily Dauten. Others were Mmes. Phoebe James, Hugh Kirby, Joseph Harriott, Ernest Chamberlin, Robert Langstoa, and the hostess. ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE KEXY Sodaty SMat Bonnes Meres Hear Talk On "Attitudes" "Is Your Attitude Showing?" was the provocative title of the talk by Mrs. George Armacost, guest of Bonnes Meres Auxil iary, meeting this week at the home of Mrs. John G. Montfort, 1411 Cameo drive. Mrs. James A. Smith introduced Mrs. Armacost who stated that the attitndes we show socially toward home and family, racial tensions, politics, education, public morals, etc. are vastly important and that attitudes make a difference. Casual remarks reflect the deep-down attitudes of life, she said. "Are we ready to stand np for the righteous things of life, or do we drift with the crowd?" she asked. Her stimulating talk ended with a quote from Emerson — "Remember, this is the best day of your life". Elected to serve on the nominating committee were Mmes, Carl L. Cook Jr., Allen Dangermond, Harry G. John, and Edward McCIusky. Mrs. David B. Haag stated that there is an abundant supply of Old Tavern Cheddar and Bleu Cheese available. Anyone interested may contact Mrs. Haag at 732-2363. Mrs. L. J. Silberberger was the wmner of the wig project Proceeds were sent to Children's Home Society of California. Assisting Mrs. Montfort were Mrs. Edward M. Campbell and Mrs. Don C. Clem. MUSIC Students Evaluated Under MTA Program Local candidates evaluated by state examiners under the Certificate cf Merit plan of tlie CaUfomia Music Teachers Association have been notified of results of the examinations, conducted every spring for 8th, 9th and 10th year students. Tenth year students Cecelia Sawyer and Craig Konigsmark, students of Vera Van Loan and Elizabeth Voellmy respectively, were both selected as Young Artists. Dianne Landeros, stu dent of Kathryn James, is the first organ student to be chosen to appear on a convention program, and for the Master class, Nancy Vander Meer and Eathie Brown, students of Miss Van Loan and Everett Awards Climax Young Dancers Final Parties Margarita Otero's junior and senior "Cotillion" held final parties of the season Thursday evening at the YWCA. Mrs. Leslie Price was chairman for the junior party and MOTHERS CLUB MEETING TUESDAY Sacred Heart Mothers club will meet Tuesday at 12:30 p.m Dan Rosenwasser. graduate of Los Angeles State College, will give a demonstration of Speed Reading. A babysitter will be provided for pre - schoolers. Plans are imderway for the annual installation luncheon at the Dunes in Riverside May 19th. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Leonard Goymerac 792-3740 or Mrs. Edward Mozelewski 793-1888. School menus for next week A week featuring spaghetti, meat gravy, chili beans, ham- bergers and grilled cheese sandwiches is on tap for youngsters who eat in Redlands public school cafeterias. Here's the complete menu for next week: Monday — Spaghetti with meat and cheese, battered green beans, turnip rings, citrus fruit cup, French bread and milk. Tuesday — Meat gravy over mashed potatoes, pompeiian salad, fruit jello, yeast roll and milk. Wednesday — Chili beans, lettuce and spinach salad, beets, fresh apple, combread and milk. Thursday — Hamburger with spread, hash brown potatoes, tomato, pickle, lettuce, peanut butter appleciisp and milk. Friday — Soup, grilled cheese sandwich, spinach ~ hard cooked egg, apple and celery salad, vanilla ice cream cup and milk. NOW YOU KNOW By Unittd Preis IntamaKenil There are shghtjy more than 31 milion sheep in the United States, according to estimates by the Hollywood chapter of the American Humane Association. We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT. A man who reads this column states blunOy: "You women might as well face it The reason so many of you homemakers nm yourselves ragged today (despite all your laborsaving devices), is that with not enough actual physical work to do to keep you occupied, you have become a generation of female competitors. "You turn everything you do into a competition. You don't just entertain friends with easy, warmhearted hospitality. You knock yourselves out trying to give a bigger and better party than Mrs. Whosis gave last week. "You are scared to say *No any time-wasting woman's organization that wants to put you work, for fear you won't be doing as much or more than other women in the way of out side activities. You accept invitations to affairs you know will be boring because you are competmg so cially and feel you have to be seen everywhere. "You get an uncontrollable urge to redecorate or get a bigger house not only when there is a real need — but when you feel you must in order to keep up with the Joneses, who are trying to keep up with some cth er Joneses. "You start pushing your children before they reach junior high school, and half of what you do for them you are doing because you. don't want any other woman's children to get ahead of yours. "Then yon talk about how overworked you are, how little time you have to do the things you really want to do, and how no mere man can possibly appreciate how hectic j-our life is. "The truth of the matter is that if you women would quit competing with each other con stantly — j-ou could lead t h e life of Riley." Well, that's what the man says. Does he have a point, or doesn't he? Everett Noonan At Club Monday Everett Noonan, to whom the world of current literature ac cords a first rank place for his dynamic contributions to the field of book reviewing, will be guest speaker Monday at the Contemporary club. Mr. Noonan pioneered in bringing books and authors before the TV cameras for discussion presentations. He is a top platform favorite and wiH pre sent a combination of anecdotes and personalities in a discriminating selection of the latest and most worthwhile fiction and non-fiction. Meeting time Monday is 1:30 p.m. The continuolly glum indlvlduQl rarely sees humor in a situo- tion. Swank, were selected. Outside evaluators select candidates irom the 10th year whom they feel qualify for semi-final consideration for the Young Artists GuiM and candi dates from all three years for Master Class appearance. The semi-finals are state-wide, held hi Los Angeles for the southern area and in San Francisco for the north. Local evaluations were conducted by Dr. George J. Buelow Mr. and Mrs. John Brandstet tier was host and hostess with Mrs. John Bonin and Mrs. Lowell Hauser Assisting. Mrs. Louise Lubinsky and Mrs. James Godding were hos tesses at the senior party. Presentation of awards of the dance contest conducted the pre vious week highlighted both parties. Junior Cotillion winners were Jim Hendon, Gail Bill hardt, Hm Seidelitz, Kim Muhl, Rick West, Laurie Corwin, Jim Gould, Pat Craw, Mike Casebolt Janice Crawford, John Hiserodt Linda Jones, Larry Tie- ter, Chris Merrill, Ron Van Horn, Terry Mehigin, Mike Eaton, Nancy Brandstettler, Richard Hunt, VicM Hahn, Randy Witham and Marte Stacy. Senior winners were Rick Epperson, Sorralee Libmsky, Henry Bonin Chris Fitzgerald, Bill Riley and Randee Bettger. Miss Margaret Pierce is the pianist for the Redlands Cotil lions. Newcomers At Evening Party Mrs.'Flora Widhind was welcomed as a new member of the Newcomers cinb during this week 's entertaining "white elephant" party at the YWCA. Guests present were D o n a a Hickey, Emma Sweningson, Louise Randies, Myrtle Hurley and EUen AhL Mrs. Stanley Brooks introduced her .committee for tbp evening. Tbey were Ruth tut. Pearl Smith, Winnie Singer, Ja- jnet Schalau and Jeanine Derby. The next meeting will be May 4 and wiU feature an evening of cards and refreshments. All new residents to Redlands are invited to attend and may obtain additional information concerning the club and its activities from Mrs. Henry Schalau, hospitality hostess. Facts Classified Ads Can SeU Anything Call 793-3221 of UCR in March, The semi-finals were in early April. Several of the judges evaluated on each of the semi-finals for final selection. Q—The bidding has been: BtMt Somth West Norfk !• Pass l.« Faa 2t Pass 2 4 Pass Fas» 3 4> 3* Dble 4.» ? You, South, hold: 4A2 VK3 47S54 ^<Hlt What da you do? A-^Donble. Ton hsTe lots tt defense acainst litsmcnds. T<»>AX'S qossTioir Ytn double and ewjrCBt pasEcs. What do yea lead? Aanm-HMriar Lasf Chance at fhese Anniversary Savings an Famous Callaway Mills Towels Combed cotton and yam dyed colors in these top quality solid color towels. Extra large and so soft and absorbent. Peach, yellow, wildrose, geld, seo spray, green, blue, beige and white. 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