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LINDA WORKMAN Linda Workman Bride-Elect Of Paul E. Raftery Mrs. Fred H. Workman, 610 South Buena Vista street, an nounces the engagement of her daughter, Lmda Sue, to Paul E. Raftery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Raftery of Eagle Rock, formerly of Redlands. A September wedding is plan ned by the engaged couple. Linda is the daughter of the late Mr. Workman, who was Redlands City JIanager, and granddaugh'.er of Mrs. Ann E. Berry, now o£ Redlands, and Mrs. Gertrude Workman of Glenwood, Iowa. She graduated in 1960 from Redlands High school and is now a nursing student at Huntington Memorial hospital in Pasadena. Linda is a former Kimberly Junior and a past honored queen of Redlands Job's Daughters betheL Paul is a graduate of Glendale College. He served for three years with the U. S. Marine Corps and is now employed by Pacific Telephone Company in Los Angeles. Yucaipa PNG Club Guests At Nelson Home Mae Nicholson and Lucy Warren were hostesses for the April meeting of Past Noble Grands club of Yucaipa Rebekah Lodge recently at the Nelson home. Emma Smith reported on the success of the Mental Health club and Elsie York reported on the Angel's View Hospital for Crippled Children at Desert Mot Springs where she noted that visitors arc welcome. Delegates to the annual Rebekah Assembly were chosen, and monetary assistance was voted for them. Grace Matula reported on sending several cards and making many calls to ill members. Rose Grub and Louise Burgct were feted as birthday c e 1 e- brants. Present were Jessie Gumey, president; Paulme Jobes, Viola Haddock, Pearl Halloran, Nora Mitchell, Emma Smith, Mabel Romainc, Grace Matula, Rose Grub, EUen Mclvin, Louise Burget, Dora JIanon, Dorothea Dolch. Lulu Minor. Vera Pope, Irene Hardwick, Lois Nelson, Freda SchJm, Freda Voyles, B o a n D Goodman, Cholas Petersen, Betty Vian, Elsie York, Marjorie .Lasater, Jessie Woodruff, Alice Prozeller and the hostesses. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Church Women To Observe May Fellowship Day United Church Women of Red lands will participate in the an nual nationwide observance of May Fellowship Day May I at the First Presbyterian church. The worship service at 11 a.m. will begm with a devotioa al message by Brig. William Mollet of the Salvation Army. A salad luncheon will follow in John Knox ball. After luncheon, the theme for the day, "One Family Un der God; Freedom of Residence and Job Opportunity" will be stressed by the speaker. Rev. Phillip Collins, pastor of tJniver- sity Methodist church and president of the newly organized Human Relations committee of Redlands. Nursery care will be provided. Mrs. Jaime O. Qumones is general chairman for the obser vance. Serving on her planning committee are co-chairman Miss Helen Atkins and repre sentatives from the cooperating churches. Miss Atkins is in charge of the special music. Sirs. Ronald Palmer and Mrs. Pearl Russell of the First Presbyterian church are in charge of ar^ rangements at the host church. Mrs. James Huckms, First Evangelical Lutheran church, is responsible for ushers and Mrs. Herman J. Schroeder, Mentone Congregational, fickets and publicity. The Luther League of the Fu-st Evangelical Lutheran Church under leadership of Col. and Mrs. Don Prout have made posters announcing the day for placement in the downtown area. cciettf MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Mrs. Sutherland las First Plane Trip At 87 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rishling of Las Vegas, Nev., who flew here for yesterday's funeral of Mr. RishUng's- grandfather, W. E. Sutherland of Mentone who died Sunday, took Mrs. Sutherland back with them on the return trip. It was the first experience in air travel for Mrs. Sutherland who is 87 years old. While in Las Vegas, she will attend the Good Shepherd Lutheran church where an electric organ, donated by the Rishlings, was dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. Sutherland on Easter Sunday. Mr. Rishling is the son of Jlrs. Wanda Rishling of Men^ tone. Crafton Cubs Receive Charter CUmaxing the recent April meeting of Cub Scout Pack 16 was the presentation of the 1964-65 Charter to Cubmaster Charles Fowler by Bob Lehmann, institutional representa- five for Crafton PTA. Registration cards were presented to 29 cubs and 11 adults. In addition to 23 cubs reregistering, boys who recently joined the pack are Mike Houston, transfer from Tucson, Ariz.; Paul Pylc, transfer from Greeley, Colo.; Louis Ducharme. Bob MacKimmie, Scott Sipes. David Torrez, and Gregory HeUrich. Harold Klein, Pact committee chairman, presented Cub- master Fowler with the participation and honor ribbons in recognition of the pack's Skill-0- Rama booth stressing physical fitness. Twenty-three boys received Council Patch segments for taking part in the Skill-0- Rama and special recognition went to Cub Scout Glen McCusker for selling 100 tickets to the event. Election of officers and a stimulating series of book reviews highlighted the Monday afternoon Contemporary club meeting. Mrs. Carrol M. Crane was re-elected for a second term as club president. Her fellow offices will be Mrs. William H. Johnson Jr., first vice president; Jlrs. John Sooy, second vice president; Mrs. John M. Hatfield, recording secretary; Miss Edith W. Taylor, corresponding secretary. Mrs. John Spidel, financial secretary; Mrs. Robert B. Thieme, treasurer; Mrs. Clyde Gundlach, assistant treasurer; Mmes. C. Paul Ulmer, Albert Lacy, Robert A. Jlerkle and Stanley Goodman, directors. Mrs. Johnson, who with Mmes. Crane, Hatfield, Robert E. Cox, Sooy, Charles Harrison and Lewis Rothstein attended the recent San Bernardino District convenfion at Newport Beach, gave a report on this conclave. Mrs. Crane then announced awards presented to the Redlands club with acknowledgements to the appropriate chairmen. A first in literature went to Mrs. Robert Crawford for her original poem and a second in this division went to Mrs. Lawrence Ikerman for her essay. DRAPERIES CUSTOM MADE DRAPES!! PER YARD • 94 Fine Fabrics • Over 300 Colors • 225% Fullness • Weighted and Fan Folded • Double Hems and Heads FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL 793-3248 YARDAGE and Draperies Op«n Friday Night >h1 9 P.M. 110 Orange St. Downtown Remands FLORAL ARTS ENTHUSIASTS - Mrs. R. J. Krantz, left, and Mrs. Fred Heisner look over some of the floral arrangements made by Mrs. Betty Afherley of Beaumont who is teaching a course in floral arranging at the YWCA during this spring session. The class meets Thurs- doy mornings from 9:30 fo 1:30 and started last week. Elections And Book Reviews On Contemporary Club's Mon. Agenda Women's Golf Tourney Results Winners of last Friday's Medal Play tournament played by women golfers at the Country club were: Class A — Mrs. Robert W. Baker, first. 89-17-72; Mrs. William E. Howard, second, 8815-73: Mrs. Eari D. Finch, third. 92-18-74, and Mrs. Vernon Crear, fourth, 87-12-75. Class B — Mrs. Jack Clay, first, 9121-70; Mrs. Warren Hooper, sec ond, 94-22-72; Mrs. Harold Mc- Cutcbeon and Mrs. Robert Sherrod, Ued for third, 98-22-76. Class C — Mrs. Ralph Weaver, .first, 91-24-70; Mrs. Ed Schmdler, second, 96-24-72; Mrs. Clare Day, third, 100-27-73; Mrs. Jasper Bailey and Mrs. Eugene Maloce, tied for fourth, 100-2674. Class D — Mrs. Jerry Krueger, first, 99-30-69; Mrs. David Rogers, second, 109-33-76; Mrs. Glenn Emmerson, third, 108-3177; Mrs. Harold Moser, 108-3078, tied for fourth with Mrs. Jordan Berg, 113-35-78. Mrs. Robert Campbell defeated Mrs. .\ustin Welch in the play-off for the Platter Day tournament Sign - ups for the women's member - guest tournament May 29 are due and are being taken by Mrs. Leonard Watkins. "Now is the Time for All Good Women". Another first award was in the category of civil defense, Mrs. Vernon Murdock, chairman; a second in music went to Mrs. Arthur Cortner, chairman, and a third in crafts was won by Mrs. Stanley Goodman, chairman. Mrs. Rothstein was elected District auditor at the convention. Reservations for the final "Gadabout" trip of the season, to see the film "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World" in Los Angeles, are due by May 4 with Mrs. Howard Pheonix, it was announced by Mrs. Crane, who also leminded members of the Round Robm play-off in the form of a dessert-bridge for May 25 at 1:30 p.m. The eve- nmg group will play at 7:30. Scores and money must be in by May 11. Mrs. Ralph Graham gave the Thought for the Day to open the meeting. The distinguished book reviewer Everett Noonan, chose 14 recently published books for individual and perceptive comments. His well chosen remarks as he analyzed the theme and substance of the book under consideration stirred the interest of the listener and the variety of the books was such that there was an appeal for everyone. A printed list of the books was given to each member of the audience at the beginning of Mr. Noonan's talk. The list included "The Hiroshima Pilot: JThe Case of Major Eatherly" bby William Bradford Huie; "The Night is Lisbon" by Re­ marque; "A Touch of the Dragon" by Hamilton Basso; "The Kaiser" by Virginia Cowlcs. "The Bells of Bicetrc" by Georges Simenon; "Under a Lilac-Bleeding Star" by Lesley Blanch; "Elegance" by Genevieve Antoine Dariaux: "Claremont Essays" by Diana Trilling; "Shakespeare's Sonnets" and "William Shakespeare" by A. L. Rowse; "When the Cheering Stopped" by Gene Smith; "Cooper's Creek" by Alan Moorehead; "The Naked Society" by Vance Packard and "I "Try to Behave Myself' by Peg Bracken. The Monday tea committee included Mmes. Clyde Gundlach, Oliver Lunderman, Leroy \Vhiter and Glenn Emmerson. Pouring were Mmes. Hobert C. Langston, Joseph W. Harriott, George Hewey and Samuel A. Wright. Tea room hostessees were Mrs. H. H. Constant and Jlrs. C. A. Stanley. On the door committee were Mmes. C. L. Brewster, H. E. Dickerson, George Stone and Stanley Goodman. Rebekahs Have Guest Night Observance Nearly 100 members and guests were present for the re cent "Guest Night" observance of Sapphire Rebekah lodge in the lOOF hall. Attending were Rebekahs from Colton, San Bernardino, Arrowhead, Yucaipa, Beaumont, Baiming, Warm Springs, Desert Gold, Indio and Coachella lodges. Special guest was Emma Smith of Yucaipa, District (73) deputy president, as was Ruby Farr, district deputy of San Bernardino's District IT. Margaret Rhoads, good fellowship chairman, and Ethel Montgomery presented a skit on the founding of Odd Fellows and Rebekahs. Miniature Japanese parasols and sweetpeas decorated the tables for the evening and corsages of pink ribbons and little parasols were presented to each member and guest as the arrived. Refreshment committee mem hers were Eva Coding, Kath erine Fulton and Ethel MOnt gomery. Members arc reminded to make reservations for the Saturday evenmg ham dinner with Edna Larson, 619 Linda place, telephone 792-1963. We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT. It's surprising how many wives wonder, "Is he still in love with me?" — and how few ask themselves, "Does he like me?" In order to keep a husband in love with her, a woman will try ahnost anything. But it's amazing how litUe thought the average woman gives to keep ing her husband's liking and re spect. Mentioned below are a few of the things she can do to help insure that her husband will con tinue to like her through the years. And if she has her husband's liking she doesn't have to worry much about his love or about the possibility that she will ever lose him. She can win his liking and respect by being good enough as a homemaker so that her bus- band is proud of her and of their home. She can win his liking by treating his parents and relatives as considerately as she treats her own. She can keep his liking by the way she meets difficulties and hardship — gamely and without complaint She can be sure he'll like her if she never damages bis ego by pointing out his faults, harping on his mistakes or blaming ^ COMING SOON!! I Grand Opening i (ON OR ABOUT AiAY Uf - WATCH FOR OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT) GOETZ'S CAKE AND PASTRY SHOP 104 ORANGE STREET REDLANDS America's Cookout Contest Winner Nephew Of Mrs. C. Davenport Smith Dr. Gail S. Erbeck, Ohio dentist who has won first prize in the 1964 America's Cookout Championship for men, is . a nephew of Mrs. C. Davenport Smith, 116 The Terrace. Dr. Erbeck, who has visited bis aunt in Redlands, had planned a reunion when he and his wife were en route to Honolulu, Hawaii, where the contest finals were conducted. Illness of Mrs. Smith's husband prevented them from joining the family group as planned. HONOLULU (UPI)-Dr. GaU Stanley Erbeck, 31, a dentist from Mason, Ohio, was award ed the $10,000 first prize in the 1964 America's Cookout Championship for men Monday night for a succulent entry called "Luau Pork Ambrosia. Erbeck, whose recipe and outdoor barbecue preparation was judged the best of 25 entries, said he perfected it by serving it to friends at home for the past 12 weekends. Erbeck was the youngest man to win the cookout since the competition was started five years ago under the sponsorship GOP Leaders To Speak At Seminar A political seminar, sponsored by the California Federation of Republican Women — Southern Division, will be held at Disneyland Hotel on April 29. Featured speakers wiU be Casper W. Weinberger, Repub lican State Central Committee Chairman who will state the "Case for the Republican Party," how to tell it, how to sell it; Assemblyman Charles J. Conrad, mmority floor leader fi:om the 57th District, who will speak on the current session of the California State Legislature; Ann Gallagher will present a slide lecture on precinct work, entitled, "Colorado Story," and a panel discussion presenting the recent GOP women's conference in Washington, D. C. in miniature. Serving on the panel will be: Mrs. Douglas Yar brough. Southern Division president; Mr. J. Lloyd O'Donnel, program chaurroan Mrs. R. G. Kenyon, National advisor: and State president, Mrs. Logan Goodknight. Mrs. Elly M. Peterson, assistant to the Republican NaSonal Committee chairman, will give the luncheon address. Jlrs. Peterson is a candidate for the U. S. Senate in her home State of Michigan. Her subject will be, "Washington, D.C." Reservations must be made prior to April 25 and they may be ordered iVom Mrs. Lee Harris, president of Redlands Republican Women's Club, 363 Summit avenue, telephone 792 1546. SENIOR CITIZENS MEETING FRIDAY Redlands Senior Citizens will have a regular meeting Friday at 1 p.m. in the YWCA activities building, 16 East Olive avenue, to which all retired men and women over the age of 50 are invited. Welcomed last week as new members of the club were Acuma and William F. Ham. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kolb, Grace Scallings and Mrs. Marie Schram. him when things go wrong. She can keep his liking if she is good company, gay and cheerful and happy. She can be sure he will like her if she shows a real sympathy for and understanding of oth ers. And it will certainly make him like her if he knows that she sees the best in him and seems unaware of the shortcomings he knows he has. Marriage is a lifetime thing. And although the "honeymoon' type of love won't last forever, genuine liking and affection between a husband and wife will keep the marriage intact. Q—The bidding Isas beeis: East Sooth West Norih !• Pass Pass 14 Pass 24 Pass 2* Pass ? You, South, hold: 4A2 VK3 «765 «4>A .Q432 What do you do? A-Bid three tpsdes. T«ar putner did not hmve to Ud over year two club* and yaar two tnoBpc have beeoow tmt- SdcBt wiinMuL lODAX^ QCESnOK Instead of bidding two spades your partner raises you to three dubs. What do you do? Answcy Tuuioftfow Constantly topping onother's anecctete is not a way to win friends. of Kaiser Foil. The cookout was held last Saturday, and the winners were announced Monday night at an awards ceremony dinner at the Hilton Hawaii Village Hotel.. Runners - up were Dr. Jack C. Fisher, Minneapolis, Minn., who cooked "Paradise Lamb tn Birochette;" Raymond M. Fredman, Bloomington, 111., an assistant professor of English at Illinois Wesleyan University, who cooked- "Hawaiian Glazed Spareribs;" Leland C. Ellis, mayor of Dillon, Colo., for "Barbecued Liver 'n Bacon," and Arthur R. EUis, Chula Vista, Calif., with "Islander Chicken 'n Shrimp." Each of the runners - up received a 19&t Kaiser. Jeep station wagon, the keys of which were presented to. them by actress Joan Crawford, who presided as hostess at the awards dinner. Redlands Daily Facts Wed, April 22, 1964 - 3 Local Students On Tour With SBVC Band Eight Redlands are students aire among the 54 members of the San Bernardino Valley College Concert Band which left today on a three^iay tour, mlo Northern California. Directed by C. Paul O.xI'i', the band will perform at four junior colleges a n d at one high school, presenting five concerts during the tour. Local s^dent participants are Ron Baringer ot Mentone, Fmch horn; Gary Deaton of Yucaipa, trumpet; Gordon Eastman of Redlands. trumpet; Steve Hester and Gary Holman, Redlands, trombone; Linda Meier of Redlands, flute; Donn Miller of Redlands, French horn, and Herbert Minten of Yucaipa, baritone sax. A Mother's Day Gift from Harris'. Means Mere! Happy Wanderer in Sfay-lToung Jersey of Antron^ Nylon $1295 Beautifully deeor'aled with miniature pasfel leaves, if$ ready to go places ancf do things at a moment 's notice; Simpty- step in, close the concealed non-metd!'zip front and Strolll Self refreshing, it washes easily, drips dry fast os only Nylon can, needs little or no ironing. Extra Stroller attraction includes two side pockets in the skirt which is softly plated in front and trimly plain in back. Blue and pink.: 10-20,: 12Vi-22%. . PIN MONEY SHOF - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' . DOWNTOWN REDIANM J es -s at ^e-

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