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Redlands Daily Facts 2 - Mon., April 27. 1964 Educational Films On YD To Be Shown : Two films scheduled lor showing to Redlands High school Sta dents the firstweek in May will be shown tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in aock auditorium on the high . school campus for all interested persons. ' The alarming increase of syphilis and gonhorrea in age -groups down to 13 years has prompted a request from Council of Churches to school boards to help alert young people to the dangers of VD. At present, school administrators and the health department are working on educational materials to be used when VD education is inte grated into the school curriculum. In response to many requests by those who saw an earlier showing of the films, Redlands PTA Council made arrange ments for this second showing. Rev. John Foerster, pastor of the First Evangelical Lutheran church, will moderate a discussion. OUier members of the panel will be Dr. Gordon Reynolds, Redlands obstretician; Dr. Mildred Scott of the county health department. Dr. Anchard Zeller, psychologist, and Mrs, Don Beckord, school nurse. Parents and other interested persons are invited to see the film and to bring their questions to the panel. The films can be scheduled for special viewing by service clubs and church groups. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads CONGRATULATIONS AND HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MRS. LEO DAUN 132? N. CHRYSOUTE, MENTONE FLEA5E ACCEPT WITH OUR COMPIIMENTS A One Pound Bex MmLU's cmiEs Your Chaice. Stop in Soon. PHONE ORDERS HONORED MAIl AND DELIVERY SERVICE MARCELLA'S 4 Oringe St. 792-3402 MISS JOSEPHINE S&.VI Society Editor REV. AND MRS. CLARENCE H. CHARLTON Clarence Charltons Honored At Church On Golden Wedding Rev. and Mrs. Clarence H. Charlton, 2039 Salerno avenue, iMentone. celebrated their Goldfen Wedding anniversary yesterday. They were married in the Craig Memorial Congregational Church of Paradise, Calif, at the close of the morning worship service, April 26, 1914. The couple was given special recognition yesterday at the close of the morning service of the First Baptist Church, Mentone, when the pastor, the Rev. Lawrence N. Caraway, called Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Charlton to the front. After a few words of eulogy for their fine service to the church and the community, he announced a presentation of ja gift from the members of the' 'church. The little daughter of the Caraways, Rebecca, carrying a gold colored basket containing $50 in silver coins wTap- |Ped in gold foil, came down the I aisle and made the presentation ) the honor guests. Following the service a reccp' tion was held in the social ball, arranged by their son, Rev, John Charlton and his wife, who on Mofher's Day, May lOth . . . wifh a lovely blouse from Louise's fabulous collection of easy care fabrics (many "Whipped Cream") Beaufifully feminine or smartly tailored styles, white and pastels $3.95 to $7-95 • Add a pleated Arnel Rhodes skirt white only $10.95 Another "plus item," exquisite Jeweled pins $2.00 matching earrings $2.00 • FREE CUSTOM GIFT WRAPPING OPEN FRI. NITES TIL 9. Louise's 113 Orange St. Downtown Redlands with their three children, Paul, Nancy and Peggy, also live in Mentone and are active in the Mentonc church. Assisting the John Charltons in making and carrying out plans for the reception were Mrs. Louis T. Huffstutler, Mrs. Glenn Dahl who presided at the punch bowl, Mrs. Andrew Wyper, who served the cake, and Paul Charlton, Dave Wyper and Jim Ballard. Nancy Charlton was in charge of the guest book. The Charltons' daughter, Lois, wife of Rev. David E. Weitzcl of Broadbent, Ore., was home jfor the anniversary. A second daughter, Ruth Charlton Uhlinger, serves as a missionary in the upper Congo, teaching English and Bible in Goma High schooL She was home on a short furlough last summer. The Charltons served as home missionaries under the Ameri can Sunday School Union from 1 1918 to 1934, reaching out from Berkeley to unchurched areas around San Francisco Bay, through the central San Joaquin Valley and through the mountain areas as far as Yosemite Valley. From 1934 to 1957, Rev. Charlton served as Superintendent of this faomc mission work in Ariz ooa, California and Nevada, with headquarters in Los Angeles. After their retirement in 1957, the Charltons moved to Mentone, where they have been active in the work of the First Baptist Church, and in community Bible Clubs for the boys and girls. Among the out-of-town guests yesterday were: Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hale, Mr. and Mrs. Fred . Mollett and daughtei; Doris, I Mrs. L. A. Compton, Mrs. Mildred Blodgett, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Gregg, and Mrs. Dorothy Westerberg, all of Yucaipa; Rev. and Mrs. Robert Bonnell, I Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. William Mauer, Redlands; and Mr. and Mrs. Obadiah King, San Bernardino. Fonfana Pastor Addresses Catholic y/omen "Catholic Uving" was the to- jpie chosen by Rev. Stephen Bies, C. R., of Resurrection Catholic Church, Fontana, when &e addressed 130 women attending I the recent luncheon meeting of San Bernardino Deanery Coun- jcil of Catholic Women in Fontana. Mrs. John Fetric was soloist, accompanied by Mrs. George Pavolic • at the organ. Mrs. Thomas F. Dillon of Redlands, Deanery president, conducted the business session, outlining objectives of the Diocesan Council which is a Federation of all Catholic lay affih'ates formed to bring about coordination within the Diocese. The Deanery Council serves as a medium through which Catholic women speak and act as a unit to aid in the solution of present- day religious, civic, social and educational problems. Mrs. Russell A. O'Connell, Redlands, legislation chairman, distributeid copies of House Judiciary Resolution 693 proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, permitting prayers and scriptural readings jon a voluntary basis in governmental or pubb'c schools, institutions and other places, and continuing the use of "In God Wo Trust" on coins and currency. Mrs. Frank A. Jacinto, Redlands chairman of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, introduced members of her committee who provide weekly transportation for Our Lady of I Victory Missionary Sisters. Mrs. Reba A. Gildehaus, San Bemardmo, Diocesaa second vice president, explained "Operation Handclasp" which cooper- ,ates with the United States Navy in sending medicines, cJothing, furniture, food and salvage to needy peoples throughout the world. Mrs. L. M. McSweeney. Montclair, and Mrs. Joseph F. Gasparin, Fontana, chairmen of Enthronement of the S a c r e d IHeart in the Home", extended an invitation to the annual award ceremony at St, Joseph's Cathedral, San Diego, May 10. Mrs. Catherine Moffett of Rialto, 96 years old who has attended Deanery meetings regularly through the years, was guest of honor. Also recognized were past presidents, including Jlrs. H. C. Deming of Redlands. Women of St. Joseph's church, Fontana, prepared and served the luncheon under chau-man- |ship of Mrs. Ann Brooks. The ne.xt Deanery luncheon will be July 23 at Cresthne. WCTU MEETING SET FOR TOMORROW Redlands W.C.T.U. wiU meet at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the lounge at the First Baptist'church. Q— The bidding ha3 been: Eut Smtlh West North !• Pass Pass Dble. Pass 3« Pass SN.T. Pass ? You, South, hold^ 4kA2 VK3 47654 «AQ433 What do you do now? A—Pan. TUs shonld be s Terr ntlsfaciorr oemiract. TODATS QUESTION liaistead of bidding three no litimp, your partner baa bid three hearts after your jump to three dubs. What do jrou do BOW? Aaiwer Tonomir TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap- ph'ances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERY CUSTOM MADE MATTRESSES Free Pick-Up and Delivery Fret Estimates BANNER Mattress & Upholstery Co. 122 CAJON PY 3-5851 DIAL 796-9393 For MINUTE MEDITATIONS Receive Inner Strength For Daily Stress A COMMUNITY SERVICE of the UNiVERSITV CHURCH AT LOMA LINDA Exemplars Elect Sorority Officers Mrs. Garth Huffaker, president of Xi Delta Rho chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority, headed the slate of officers elected for the new term during the recent meeting at the home of Mrs. Stuart Lindenberger, 1532 Bellevue road. KIMBERLY JUNIORS OFFICERS - With their sponsor, Mrs. Elbert W. Shirk, center, are iww- 1/ elected oKicers who will serve Kimberly Juniors of the Contemporary club during the. next term. Karen Berkheimer, seated left, is president and Linda Arth, seated right, is vice president. Standing ore Judy Waterbury, left, corresponding secretary, and Linda Komo, publicity chairman. Not present for the picture were Mary and Margaret Vroman, the new treasurer and recording secretary respectively. (Photo by Joseph S. Prendergast) Kimberly Juniors' Program, Elections End Year An eventful weekend for Kimberly Jumors of the Contemporary club included the presentation of their annual spring program preceding a formal dance Friday evening and the final meeting of the year in the form of a tea Saturday afternoon, at which time mothers of the Juniors were guests. Officers for next year were an^ nounced at the afternoon meeting. They are Karen Berkhim cr, president; Linda Arth, vice president; Jfary Vroman, re cording secretary; Margaret Vroman, treasurer; Judy Waterbury, corresponding secretary, and Linda Romo, publicity chair-j man. They succeed Jan Prendergast, Nancy Blumenberg, Lynn Brown, Kathy Ncblett, Su san Johnson and Prllla Cook in that order. The traditional custom of pre-1 senting awards for perfect at tendance was continued at the final meeting and the retiring officers presented a gilt of stationery to the club. A "standing room only" aud iencc filled the auditorium Friday evening to see the 1964 pro gram for which Mrs. William T. Hardy, the Juniors' dance instructor, was choreographer, and director. Mrs. Orland J. Fowler was pianist for the eve ning. "Broadway Melodies" was the program theme, lending itself to original adaptation of some of the top musical attractions of recent years. With the retiring Junior president, Jan Prendergast, setting the reflective mood with her ''Record Collection' Iram which she selected her favorites, ^Is of the club took part in the various sequences. Stunning costumes added to| the impressive scenes. These were created by the mothers of the participants under direction' of Mrs. Lucille CabraL The grand finale featured the| graduating seniors, in the nos talgic singing of the graduates' theme song, "Don't Say Good bye, Say Hello", after which President Jan called for Mrs. Hardy and Mrs. Fowler to present twuquets of red roses to them in appreciation for their hours of work and assistance. Jan also spoke on behalf of her class as she thanked the Ju niors' sponsor, Mrs. Elbert W. Shirk, for her devoted leader' ship and inspiration after which the audience rose in special tri bute. William Locklin and Roy Cris well served as electricians for the program. Nosegays were prepared by Mmes. Raymond A. Becler, Ernest W. Richards, J. B. Brinkerhoff and J. H. Porch ANTIQUE STUDY CLUB VISITS LIBRARY A visit to the Huntington Library in San Marino was a special event for members of t h e Trash'and Treasure club on Saturday. The main feature of the day was the Shakespeare wing at the library. The group stopped for luncheon at the Colonial 'Kitchen in San Marino. used the "Flower Drum Song" theme in decorating with banging flower baskets and colorful posters of Japanese scenes used' in the large auditorium. Lanterns and Japanese parasols provided Oriental decor in the oth er rooms of the clubhouse. Mrs. Jerome H. Johnson was general chairman of decora Uons. Assisting her were Mmes. James Porch, Robert Schneblin, Paul Gerrard. Forrest Robinson, Vernon Crear, Frank Greehway, George Forsberg, Charles N. Collier, Lynn Walker. Mmes. Gordon Bennett, Aaron Arth, Harold Fortress, George W. Paul, Frank W. Bums, James Hicks, Stanley Combs, Richard L. Scott and Fred Auerbacher. The evemng was completed with dancing until 1 a.m. to the music of "The Twilighters." Mrs. Emerson Haverty is the new vice president; Mrs. Chester W. Bare, second vice president; Mrs. Adolph Palma, recording secretary; Mrs. Dan McConnick; coiresponding sec- Iretary, and Mrs. .tons B..'Brink- erhbff, treasurer. Installation is scheduled for May 14 at the HcCormick home. Reports of chapter activities of the past year were reviewed and a mother-daughter tea was planned for May.-3 at the home of Mrs. Florence Lindenberger. Candidates for Redlands City Council of Beta Sigma Phi were announced by Mrs. Chester Bare. Representatives from Xi Delta Rho are Mmes. Huffaker and Ralph Wendland with Mrs. Bare as alternate. A workshop to prepare favors for the Founders Day dinner this Thursday followed the meeting. Jr. Advisors Mrs. John B. Surr and Mrs. Joris Brinkerhoff alsoi assisted during the evening. The decorating committeek^n Francisco, will be guest ALLIANCE FRANCAISE TO MEET WEDNESDAY Michael Oriano, cultural atta* che at the French Embassy in speaker at the Wednesday evening meeting of the Alliance Francaise, beginning at 8 o'- ckwk in the Peppers Axi Center at the University of Redlands. The subject of his talk will be "lonesco: is he an avant garde author?". Tfie Studio of KIHCHAM -''so different!" MOTHER'S DAY MAY I Oth We Gift Wrap and Mail For You • Cuitam«r Parking VoRdslwl • Ysv May Pork In Fronl 221 East Stcrtt Hehll Vawfer Xeran fraa SMsrltj Bank jMlfa Vawfer DOWNTOWN REDIANDS LENOX China Matchless Beauty for Your Home as Selected for the New York World's Fair Houses of Good Taste Lenox China has been selected for exclusive showing in both the Modem and Traditional Houses of Good Taste at the New York World's Fair. You ore invited to see the stunning reproductions of these table settings being featured in our china department this week. 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