Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 20, 1964 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 3

Publication:
Location:
Redlands, California
Issue Date:
Monday, April 20, 1964
Page:
Page 3
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 3 article text (OCR)

sr. MISS JOSEPHINE BEAV Society Edifar Yucaipa Club Women To Learn Gardening Hints "Down to Earth Gardening" will be the subject tomorrow afternoon at the meeting of Yucaipa Woman's Club. Jlrs. Etta Lively, r^rter and garden columnist, will speak on the practical methods to attam a worthwhile garden with minimum care. The speaker is. a past president of Yucaipa Valley Garden Club, has been a chairman of the annual community spring flower show sponsored by that dub, and is currently chairman of the Civic Beautification committee which will judge the Home Beautification Contest I sponsored by Yucaipa Chamber |of Commerce. , She is also president of San I Bernardino Branch of Fen Women and writer of garden and nature articles as well as a garden column for a number of years. "BOWL BASKET" HELPERS - Mrs. John W. Jones, right, looks on G $ Mrs. George Cechmanek makes sure that her husband. Colonel Cechmanek, is well supplied with tickets for "Night in Vienna" bonuses offered to party guests Friday evening. Over 370 supporters of the Redlands Bowl attended the gala benefit party at Azure Hills Country club. AArs. William C. Miller and Mrs. M. N. Estridge were co-chairmen for the evening which included musical entertainment in oddltion to dinner end dancing. (Additional photos on Page 6) (Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) YUCAIPA C.DJi. COURT TO MEET Catholic Daughters of America, Court Holy Spirit, will meet at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the social hall of St Frances X. Cabrini church in Yucaipa. The nominating committee will present its slate of officers and nomina tions will be in order from the floor. Elections will be conducted at the May meeting. Hostesses tomorrow win be Mrs. Loretta LowTy and Mrs. Mary Gendron. ROY Hill Tells Men's Club Of Trip To Sweden Roy Hill, county superinten dent of schools, illustrated his talk on Sweden, given at the Congregational church Men's club dinner recently, with pictures taken on his recent trip to that country. The dinner program was in Kimberly hall at the church. Mr. Hin was one of 53 educa tors chosen to go to Sweden as guests of the Swedish government and the "Meet Modem Sweden" committee. He told of the desire of Sweden to change its school system and how this means was taken to obtain information on methods used in the United States. He spoke not only of the system of education, but of t b e standard of living he found in the country and of the way of life of the people. He also told of the five political parties of which the Social Democratic is the major party and of the pride in their country expressed by the Swedish people. While Sweden is not a churchgoing country, Mr. Hill found that they lived a "kindly. Christian life". Only about three per cent of the people attend church he found. Until 50 years ago, the church dominated the people. Now, the churches are state- supported and the people express their disfavor by non-attendance, he said. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Redlands Daily Pacts HoiL. April 20, 1964 - 3 RHS Class Of 1944 Seeks Missing Grads Redlands ffigh School Class of 1944 is planning its 20-year class reunion for July 18 at the Riverside Elks club. Information concerning "mis sing" alumni is needed to contact all members. Anyone knowing of the current addresses of any of the alumni listed blow is asked to contact Mrs. Warren Brant, 792-1983, or Mrs. Mas Ohle, 793-5472. Lucille Abbott, Harold B a b- cock, Evelyn Barger, Bill Bates, Betty Baye, Beverly Bruer, Mildred Burton, Marcelette Campbell, Sally Candelaria, 'S ar a b Gene Clark, Joyce Colton, Wil liam Dabney. Pauline Desilets, Marjorie Ford, Donald Lage, Paula Lind Strom, Larry Long, Eugene McMinn, Leonard Mills, Gretchen Peterson, Jane Spurlin, Hazel Stalburg, Dorothy Stannard, Doris Sturtevant, La Nell Sutherland and Mildred Zerkle. ALTAR SOCIETY PARTY WEDNESDAY Altar Society of St. Frances X. Cabrini church in Yucaipa will sponsor a card party Wednesday in the social hall of the church on California street Dessert will be served at 12:30, followed by an afternoon of games of the players' choice. Our Two Very Besf Bed Pillows Now Sole Priced Beverly R*9. $^ Patrician Beverly<<ut 21/27 medium plump or Patrician cut 22/28 super plump, each filled with pur* 1(X)% imported white gooss down. BEDDING - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Dinner, Dancing, Entertainment Share In "Vienna" Benefit Success With the gowns of the women guests rivalling the elegance of the decor, Friday evening's Redlands Bowl "Night in Vienna" benefit at Azure Hills Country Club was one of the season's most sparkling parties and an outstanding success. Under leadership of Mrs. Wil- Uam C. Miller and Mrs. M. N. Estridge, plans were made to provide a lull evening with din ner, dancing and entertainment as the program. Each man received a red carnation boutonniere on arrival, this accent complimenting the profusion of carnations, both red and white, used as part of the reception loby decor. In the large dining room, where tables for various sized parties were decorated with glittering gold and red centerpieces, the decorating committee, headed by Mrs. Clark De Roo, had also provided crystal chandeliers, uniquely devised and most effective. Master of ceremonies for the evening was Superior Court Judge Joseph T. Ciano, former chairman of the board of Redlands Community Music Association. He introduced the special guests of the evening, including honor guests Dr. and Mrs. Friderich E. Waller of Los Angeles. Dr. Waller is the Aus trian Consul General and spoke of his fond association with Red Mrs. Klinker Takes Office For League New officers of Good Shep- mard Lutheran Women's - Missionary League, were installed by Mrs. Frieda Hirsch, the L.- W.M.L. zone president, at t h e League's recent meeting. Installed were Mrs. Shirley Klinker, president; Mrs. Dorothy Schowalter, first vice president of missionary education; Mrs. Cleta Gordon, second vice president of missionary inspira tion; Mrs. Ruth Neumann, third vice president of missionary service; Mrs. Gail Klemm, secretary and Mrs. Esther Seasholtz treasurer. Mrs. Ruth Stirdivant then led the group in a closing prayer of consecration. Mrs. Florence Schultz was the organist Following the service, Mrs. Leona Ebmeier and Mrs. Helen Schleuter ser\'ed dessert after which the women enjoyed looking at the hobbies on display. lands, parUcularly through his contacts with the University of Redlands in Salzburg programs of the past few years. If there was any disappomt- ment with the announcement that the star of the evening. Metropolitan Opera Tenor Brian Sullivan was indisposed and unable to appear, it was soon dispelled when party guests heard the rich, baritone voice of Dennis Love who was more than just a "substitute" arfist Mr. Love is known to Redlands Bowl fans through his past performances on the Proscllis stage, most recently last summer in Brigadoon". Jane SIcGowan of San Bernardino, operatic soprano and also a Redlands Bowl favorite, shared singing honors with Mr. Love. They presented both Viennese and popular selections as solos and in duet. Curtis Steams, who has served as musical director on many occasions at Redlands Bowl, was at the piano to accompany the singers with the popular Azure Hills musicians joitung in the entertainment. In his opening remarks. Judge Ciano paid tribute to Mrs. Grace Jlullcn, the Redlands Bowl's founder whose illness prevented her from attending the benefit, the first such event she has missed in t h e Bowl's 41 - year - old history. .\ greeting card was circulated among the tables and as many signatures as could be crowded on the card and its envelope were wTitten as expressions of the esteem of valley residents for the years of pleasure the Bowl has provided to summer audiences. While a majority of the guests were from the city of Redlands, home of the Bowl, residents of Riverside, San Bernardino and other nearby ommunitics also showed their support by their presence. A climax of the evening came with the announcement of t h e winners of the major prizes of the evening, a trip to Las Vegas for two won by Col. Arnold Booghcr and a huge gourmet food basket, provided by Associates of the Redlands Bowl, won by Jlrs. John O'Rourke. Proceeds from the affair will help finance the 1964 summer series of concerts. RNA OFFICIALS TO BE HERE WEDNESDAY Mrs. Lois Bro«-n of Richmond, state supervisor, and Mrs. Edith Markham of San Diego, deputy, in addition to other members from Riverside and San Bernardino Counties will attend Wednesday's conference of Royal Neighbors of America in Redlands. They will meet at 1:30 p.m. in thelOOF halL Dinner will be ser\-ed at 7:30 p.m. m State Street Christion church. All Royal Neighbors are invited. MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERY CUSTOM MADE MATTRESSES Frw Pidc-Up and Ddhrary Fn» EstimatM. BANNER Q—The bidding has been: East Sonth West North !• Pass lA Pass 2* Pass 2* Pass Pass 3 4^ 3* Dble 4* Dble Pass Pass Pass You, South, hold: *A2 VK3 •7654 4AQ432 What do you lead? A—Anr tramp. Aaj other suit lead might cost yon a- trick and in addition this lead wiU take care of pwsible mfts in TODA -rS QUESnOV You still hold the same hand. West passes his partner 's diamond opening and your partner bids one spade. What do you do? Answer Tomomw TAe Studio of WM. (LMER KIHCHAM ''Hotu Your Saimgs WiK Soar in Bxcitxng Vdm Cammemorcomg Our 603i Year! Special New York Purchase for Our 59fh Anniversary Sale, Brand Name Fabrics of Low, Low Prices! per Yard It's a fantastic selection of fabrics just waiting for you to whip them up into a new, smart summer wardrobe! Choose from beautiful blends and cottons in plains and prints. Also Arnel® triacetate jersey, imported cotton satins, rayon and silk prints, and FortreP polyester and Avril® rayon. $1.44 yd. YARDAGE - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Harris' Own Brand "Hansom Dress Shirts in 4 Popular Styles In All the Most Popular Fabrics »2 99 Stock up on cool short sleeved dress shirts before summer arrives! All finely tailored and top quality. In solids, stripes and white In an assortment of buftondown and snap tab styles. MEN'S FURNISHINGS-STREET FLOOR-HARRIS' Sfock'Up Prices on Our Famous Brand Name Bras, Girdles and Panfy Girdles to Kn% Off W ~ 50 Regular bras and some strapless, panty and plain girdles, also long leg panty jtylej with zippers. Bras, regularly $2 to $7.95 ... now $1.49 to $4.99 Girdles and panty styles, regularly $5 to $15. now $3.99 to $8.99 FOUNDATIONS - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Only During Harris' Anniversary Will You Find Such Exceptional Values In Men's Famous Short Sleeve Sport Shirts Reg. $5. $5.95 and $6.95 »3 99 Each Latest Jac Shirt Styles Included too! Designed especially for warm weather comfort and neatness... these shirts feature excellence in fabric, detailing and styling. Choose from a vast array of fabrics, styles and colors. S-M-L-XL Dacron® polyester and cotton blends and polished cotton. MEN'S FURNISHINGS-STREET FLOOR-HARRIS' SftNCUnSMMPS BSIfMJUirOnKMMLCIEMr PUN • MOAaLiaffMLfM. ]

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page