Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 18, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Saturday, April 18, 1964
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loss JOSEPHINE BSAS Sodety Editor ff:,- MR. AND MRS. THOMAS ARMITAGE JR. Phofo by CharltJ T, Wehnow Armitage-Beevers Nuptials Read In Sacramento Methodist Church Cushmans Host Dinner Party For RTA Board Mr. and Mrs, Henry Cushman of Yucaipa entertained members of the board of Redlands-Yucaipa Divisbn, California Retired Teachers Association, and other guests in the assembly room at Carriage Trade Mobile Homes in Yucaipa Thursday evening. Mr. Cushman is president of the local division. Spring flowers were used to decorate for the dinner party which included an interestine pictorial travelogue. Selected scenes of some of the trips tak- ne by the Cushmans were chosen for this program as Mr. Cushman described visiting Bryce Canyon, traveling off on Highway 10 into the mountain district in Colorado seeing Yellowstone Park and other places I of interest Mrs. Leone Welch, one of the guests of the evening, was welcomed home after her trip around the world and shared some of her travel experiences with the group. Others present were Clara Blesener, Esther Fisher, Stella Barron, Lola Heron, Elsie North, Myrtle Ukey, Ethel Co we. Ha Waldrop, Mr. and Mrs. George Huff, Mrs. Robert Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heil, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Emery, Harriet Coey, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Garrett and Mrs. Garrett's mother, Mrs. L. A wedding trip to Stokane Wash., foUowed the April Sth fashioned bouquet of white car- marriage of Thomas Artaitage nations. Jr. of Rcdlands, now serving with the Air Force, and Regena Beevers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beevers of Napa. The bridegroom's parents are temporarily living in Spokane. The wedding ceremony was performed in Wesleyan Methodist church of Sacramento with Rev. Ted Beevers officiating. French lace appliques and seed pearls trimmed the front and train of the bride's white peau de soie •wedding dress, designed sheath style with detachable train. Her long lace mantiUa headdress was attached to a band of seed pearls and for flowers, she carried carnations and white rosebuds. Mrs. William Barnes, sister of the bride from Napa, was matron of honor. She wore a long sheath of poudre blue Navy Mothers AHend U.S.O. Open House peau de soie and held an old Anita Pool, candlelighter, was also in a poudre blue sheath dress and white carnations were fashioned into her waist bouquet. Best man was Ed Welsh and lushers were William Barnes and Duane Beevers. Completing the wedding par ty were little Susan Barnes as flower girl and Steven Barnes as ring bearer. Music was provided by Mrs. J. Axtell, Organist, and Miss Donna Mayfield, soloist A reception in the church hall followed the church cere mony and was attended by the inearly 150 wedding guests. The couple will make their home at 1620 Madrono street in Sacramento where the bride is employed as a keypunch operator for the Pacific Telephone I Company. The bridegroom, an airman second class, is sta- itioned at Travis Air Force Base. Mrs. Barneft Opens Home For Club Luncheon Brig. Geo. F. H. Brink, re tired, bead of the U.S.O. Coun cil of Twenty-Nine Palms, welcomed guests attending a recent Members of the Social club of open house at (he U.S.O. Copa del Oro chapter. Order of He introduced the Salvation the Eastern Star, were guests Array representative from na- at the home of Mrs. William R. (ional headquarters in New Bamett, 818 Bobinhood lane, for York and also Marine B a s e a smorgasbord luncheon yesler Commander General W. K. day. Jones who expressed his appre- Tables were centered with elation for the U.S.O. and the sweetpeas and roses. The devo- organizations who support the tional was given by Mrs. Pearl project. Smith. Music was provided by the Mrs Annie Johnston, presi Marine Band of the base and dent, presented members who hostesses were N.C.O. wives note April birthdays an original and member of the Twenty-Nine Poem and a crocheted b o o k- Palms SoropUmist club. marker made in the Star Point Representing Redlands Navy colors. Receiving the gifts were Mohers club were Mrs. Russell Mrs. Ljun Jones, chapter sec- Thousand, Mrs. Thomas Shan- retary; Mrs. William R. Barnon and Mrs. Ellis Ward. Rep- nett, chapter hostess; 3Irs. Wes- resentatives o£ Navy Mothers 'ey Hostetler and Mrs, Julius M clubs from El Monte, Pomona, Friderich, South Gate, Lynwood, La Puen- The reception for Deputy te. San Bernardino and Albam- Grand Matron Ceona Mary Hull bra were also present DeMolay Club Mothers Meet ! The trophy case recently pre dub was on display at the MS "" WanTSS'^X »in ^=iic'"i:S'piis- ^SlnS 'i """^ -n .e DeMolay boys, alter'their fS, S ^Ewb^^Ha' own meetmg, jomed the Moth- ^el Ewba ^lSa RubTweb-" ers club for refreshments served be, Dpiia xr Tln»nl ?. • by 1^. D. D. is^g and Mrs. ^h ^l^^^^ an^D Bay L, Weaver, hostesses. gjlis Crane. ^ ^ ^• Soua«a California DeMolay Hostesses with Mrs. Bamett Association has mvited the Red-were the April birthday ^e lands chapter to attend the Uth brants i-uumay ceie- annual DeMolay Bound-up and card's were played after the Soroptimists Hear Dr. Groom Dr. John Groom of the Urn- Western Barbecue on May 24. The affair will be at the South Gate Park for members, families and friends. Additional information is available from Ken LoHTance, ticket chairman. Members of the club present were Mrs. George Hillery, president; Mmes. Claire Kooiman, —. James Harbison, Horace A. versity of Redlands faculty was Radferd, Jack Wiley, Kenneth guest speaker at the Thursday F. Lowrance, Clancie Jenkins, luncheon meeting of Redlands Sylvester Granillo, W. C. Smith, Soroptimist club at WiHard's Herbert Spencer, Wayne B. cafeteria. Hurst, William Holcombe and Dr. Groom told of his cxp*. the hostesses. riences last year bdiind the • Iron Curtain during hit semes- NURSES ASSOCIATION ter with the University of Red- MEETING TUESDAY lands in Salzburg group who The regular meeting of Dis- visited Prague, Czechoslovakia, trict 39, Califorma Nurses Asso- contacts with a Baptist church elation, will begin at 7:45 p.m. group in Prague provided much Tuesday in the community room interesting information for the of the Security First National Redlanders. Bank. Associate and occupation- The ways and means commit- al health nurses are in charge, tee report noted that the recent Th« program will- be a demon- smorgasbord sponsored by the stration of communications, Soroptimists was the most suc- "Ttae Give and Take". All nor- eessfol to datei. Appreciatwn ses are invited and a social wu extended to evetyone who hour idniallov the {OD^ram. fupported tbe fcoject kedlandM Daily focts Safirrdiy. ipf. 18, 1964-3 Boosters For Swimming Group Organized CoL and Mrs. William O. Brimberry, 23 Ash street, opened their home for the initial meeting of the "Boosters for Swimming" organization this week. Ed Martin, presiding, noted the purpose and aims of the "Booster" club. These are to organize, promote, finance and publicize swimming in the Redlands area. Appointed to the nominating' committee were Mrs. Kenneth Spence,' Mrs. Henry H. Kocsis and Martin Boxer. The organization is open to any persons interested in helping to promote the aims and purposes of the organization. Attending the initial meeting were Mmes. John Griffin, Garth B. Huffaker, Norman H. Howard, Wendell King, Jack Gorman, Spence, P. Ott; Messrs. and Mmes. Martin Boxer, Rollert Chambers, William Shawver, Henry Kocsis and Ed Martm; Messrs. D. M. Callis Jr., Larry Munz, Dan Larson; and CoL and Jlrs. Brimberry. The next meeting will be April 30 at 8 p.m. in the commu nity room at Security First National Bank. Adams; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Soring, Oradell Corwin, .Ann Ford Farran and Nellie Wray. Salei Harris' Own Brand "Ballerina" Sfockings 6 Pairs ^4 Reg. ?1.00 Pair ^ P*ir* •Choose from seamless heel and toe, stretch seamless or seamed sheer in beautiful shades. Stock up now! HOSIERY - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Hurry! 3 Days Only! Half Price CaldWave "9 Tintecf and bleached hair excluded Waves must be paid for or ehorged by 5 P.M. 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Tax All new — lovely beads, classic golden and lilver toned metals, bangle bracelets, earrings of all descriptions ... all in the latest fashion colon end styles. COSTUME JEWELRY - STREET FLOOR - KARRIS' More Have Jusf Arrived lor Harris' Exeifing B9fh Anniversary M/sses, Juniors and Half Size Beffer Dresses of Onee-A-'Year Prices Choose from One Piece andCosfumes in New Current Styles and Fabrics Another beautiful, assortment of better dresses in current styles and many fabrics and colors. Sheaths, full skirts in solids and prints. 8 ta> 20, f2 '/2' to 22 '/2, 7 to 15. Compafofale values $19.95 1o $29.95 in sizes 7 to 15. 8 to 20, $-1 033 and 12% to 22'/4 | O Reg. $22.95 to $39.95 in sizes 4"! Q83 a fo 20, unto lO WOMEN'S DRESSES - 2nd PLOOK - KARRIS' sunn

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