Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 29, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Wednesday, April 29, 1964
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MRS. JOHN HYLKEMA :Mary Hoese, John Wed Hylkema Friday Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Hoese, 1711 Rossmont drive, announce the marriage of their daughter, Mary, to John Hylkema, the nupitals performed last Friday in Las Vegas, Nevada. For her wedding, Mary chose a white sheath dress and ycl low accessories. She graduated from Redlands High school, attended Arizona State College at Tempe, Ariz., and is now a student at San Bernardino Valley College. She is a former Kimberly Junior of the Contemporary club. Her bridegroom, a 1956 grad uate of Redlands High school, is now employed by the Lee Roofing Company in Redlands. The couple are now at home at 105 North University street. Gary DeMirjyn And Bride, Married In Mexico, Arrive In Redlands Recently arrived in Redlands |Ci\'ilizadon, Colegio La Florida after a seven-week boneymoonjand the Instituto Miguel Angel in various parts of Mexico are Mr. and Mrs. Gary DeMirjyn. The bride, Patricia, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guil lermo Valencia of Mexico City and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. De­ Mirjyn, 405 West Palm avenue. The couple was married in a civil ceremony February 21 in the home of the bride's parents and in a religious ceremony February 29 in the Holy Cathed ral of Mexico which included the traditional blessing of the rings and the 13 gold coins. A reception at the home of the bride's parents followed. Patricia has attended the Colegio Guadalupe, Colegio in Mexico City. Last year she was a student at Southwestern College in Chula Vista. Gary is a graduate of Red lands High school and the University of Redlands. He has also attended the National University of Mexico and the Academia Hispano Americana in San Miguel Allende, Guana juato. He will teach in a Bloomington elementary school starting in September and the couple plan to make their home in the Redlands area. A reception in their honor is planned for the near future, to be given by the parents of the bridegroom. Redlands lOfh Year Students In Recital A Regional Tenth Year Recital under the California Music Teachers Association Certificate of Merit program was presented Sunday afternoon in the Riv erside Women's clubhouse. Tenth year music students from Pomona, Riverside, San Bernardino and Redlands took part in this annual recital which rotates between the four cities. Redlands students participat ing were Kenneth Brown, Ccce lia Sawyer, Craig Konigsmark and Geraldine Fogel (Riverside) all pianists and representing the studios of Helen Daun, Vera Van Loan, EUzabeth VoeUmy, and Hazel Robb; and Mary Spindt and Dianne Landeros, organists, of the Kathri-n James studio, and Harry Donahue, pia no student of Ruth Baldwin. At the conclusion of the pro gram, 10th year pins were pre^ sented by the state certificate of merit chairman. Hazel James Edwards, assisted by past state president, Helen .Adele Daun of Redlands. ' Blany parents and friends of the young people, as well as teachers, attended the program and dinner which followed. Sr. Citizens Meet Friday Jlay birthday celebrants, new members and guests will be honored when Redlands Senior Citizens have their monthly burthday meeting Friday at 1 p.m. at the YWCA in the activities building, 16 East Olive avenue. Guests at last week's meet ing were Adelaide Hinshaw, Mrs. Fay LaVergne, Grace Scallings and Helen L Sheridan. The club meets every Friday at the same location. Jlember- ship is open to all retired resi' dents over the age of 50. C— The bidding has been: EM * Seatli West Notfli Pass Pass Dble. Pass 3* Pass 4V Pass ? You, South; hold: What do 70U do? A—Bid nve hearts if 70a are eenaervatiTe, or air hearta if joa. ate optimixtia. Either bid is reasooaUe, bat a paaa la inad- cvaate. TODAYS QUESITOK Instead of bidding, four hearts, your partner has bid three diamonds over your tiiree clubs. What do 70a do now! Asswer Xoiiiuiiavi Candidates Speak To GOP Women The four Republican candi dates for Representative of the 33rd Congressional District for nomination on the June Primary ballot addressed a luncheon meeting of 106 members and guests of the San Bernardino County Federated Republican Women at Green Tree Inn, Vic torville, on Friday. Jack Allen of San Bernardino spoke of the 1963 San Bemar dino County Grand Jury on which he served and of the hundreds of thousands of dollars saved county taxpayers by their investigations which took place in all sections of the coun ty. Allen hit out hard at e.scess governmental spending of the ta.xpayers' money abroad and domestically. Jerry Pettis of Loma Linda s'pofce on the enthusiasm for conservative viewpoints he has found throughout his county wide appearances. He stated that he had had experience in handling millions of dollars, which would be of help in Washington, and also that if elected, he would, as a Congressman, oppose Communism. Third speaker. Faith Deuprey of Ontario, vowed to combat any attempt to subvert Amer ican thinking if elected to Congress and took issue with a directive sent out by the RepubU can County Central Committee to all candidates suggesting how they should conduct their campaigns. She also upheld Justice Douglas's stand on hold ing up the California Primary Electons, as it was, she felt, a direct reprimand to the Call fomia Judiciary, not the peo pie of California. V. Dennis Wardle, speaking last, noted that he was a proved votegetter, since he has been elected San Bernardino County Clerk. He took issue uith Governor Brown's recent statement that the United SUtes government should open up trade with Red China, saying that this was opening a path to grave danger. Wardle has taught adult education classes on Communism in the public schools in San Bemardmo. A question and answer period followed the talks. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. R. W. Her zog of Yucaipa. In charge of the program was Mrs. Roy Cliff of Lucerne Valley, with introductions of the speakers given by Mrs. George Osbom of Yucca Valley. The next board meeting and luncheon of the San Bernardino County Federated will be at the University of Redlands on May 22. Speaker wiU be William F. Knowland, former U. S. Senator from California. Sunday Recital At Pierce Home A Sunday aitemooo recital was presented at the home of Miss Margaret Pierce, featur ing young pianists, a flautist and a violinist. Playing piano selections were Debby Forsberg, Steven Savage, Sally McCall, Dennis Scball, Schall, Jean McCall, Ann Gensler, Andy Hartzell, Marcia SewaU, Sue HarUell, Barbara Talbert, Kathy Talbcrt and Mary Vroman. Kathy Talbert also played a PC let if MISS JOSEPHINE REAV Society Editor Oppelt-Venable Nuptials Set For May 23 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Venable of Oak Glen announce the engagement of their daughter, Paula Dean, to Richard F. Oppelt, son of Mrs. Genevieve Oppelt, 13371 Third street, Yucaipa. •- > The young couple have se lected May 23 as the date for their wedding in St. Frances X Cabrini church in Yucaipa. Paula attended Lugonia school, Redlands Junior High school and Redlands High school and graduated last year from Yucaipa High school. Her fiance graduated in 1961 from Yucaipa High school. He is now employed by a construction firm in Big Bear. PAULA VENABLE flute solo, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Myron J. Talbert. Margaret Vroman presented a \ioIin solo with her sister, Mary, at the piano. During the social hour after the program, Mrs. Allan Mc-j Call and Mrs. James Forsberg|8 to 11. All persons interested presided at the punch bowls, in square dancing are invited. SQUARE DANCE CLASS SESSION TONIGHT This evening is the last opportunity for enrollment in the be ginners' square dance class sponsored by The Mavericks at the YMCA, 500 East Citrus -avenue. With Jim McDaniels as instructor, dancing will be from Party Welcomes i Redlands Daily Pacts Wed, April 29, 1964 - 3 Gerald Wall Home On Leave Now at home on leave after completing basic training at Fort Ord is Corporal Trainee Gerald L. Wall, son of Mr. and .Mrs. O. K. Wall, S32 Serpentine drive, who were present for the recent graduation ceremony and open house at Fort Ord. Last Saturday evening, his brother, Neal Wall, and two sisters, Marlene (Mrs. John) Van Uffelen and Connie (Mrs. Dave) Makepeace planned a barbecue supper party in his honor at the Neal Wall home in Del Rosa. Present were Slessrs, and Mmes. Van Uffelen, Makepeace, John Talley, Bill Dahlstrom, Cliff Barak, John Costelow, Rick Earls, and Marty Lough lin; Lt. (jg) and Mrs. Robert Smith, Andy Smith, George Mc- QuiUin, Sidney Smith, Jean Oliver who was Neal's guest and Jane Osbum, Gerald's guest. Gerald's grandmother is Mrs. Luther Wingett, 1228 Clay street. He will return to Fort Ord on May 1 to enter N.C.O. trainmg school. CPL. GERALD WALL Young Style Chanel influences little ladies as well as the grown ones. For spring, the prettiest suits for the moppet set are cardigan jackets marked off in braid. Also plentiful are blazers with cluster pleat skirts. AARP June Trip Planned In response for many requests for a trip to Knotts Berry Farm, Redlands chapter of AARP is planning a trip for Monday, June I. Early reservations are advised in order to avoid disappointment. They may be made by contacting the tour chairman, Jfrs. Ada Bloom, 3 Parkwood drive. The recent trip of Marineland and a visit to the nearby Wayfarer's church at Portuguese Ray Gregory Speaks To Mentone Club Raymond Gregory of San Bernardino, field "representative for Assemblyman Stewart Hinckley of the 73rd District, was guest speaker at Mentone Woman's club yesterday afternoon. Mr. Gregory spoke on government and legislation and of the importance of the individual vote at every election. May baskets and flowers decorated the tea tables. Pouring were Mrs. Hugh Kirby and Mrs. John McCormick with Mrs. McCormick and Mrs. Ethel 5Iar- quardt acting as hostesses for the afternoon. Past presidents present were Mrs. D. C. Adams and Jlrs. H. M. Oosthwaite Sr. Others present were Mmes. Kirby, Curtis Simmons, Hurl Robinson, Ruth Woodall, John F. Dayton Sr., McCormick, Homer Schrieber, Oscar Heck, Edwin Thamann, Robert Langstoa- JIarquardt, Lulu Paulson and Julius M. Frederich. A Cancer Coffee Crusade was announced for May 6 at 9:30 a.m. in the Mentone Woman's clubhouse. It will be sponsored by the club under Mrs. Crosthwaite's chairmanship. Bend was so successful that it is being considered as an annual event. ^h^f MAKifRIENOS Ask that a nome fost during an introduction be repeated. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap pUances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. planning your MAY WE No Service Charge ATLAS 14 No. 7th St., RecHonds TRAVEL SERVICE 793-2444 An Exceptional Value for Women Casual and Daytime Dresses NOW /2 PRICE Prints and solids in misses and half sizes. Come early for best selection. Reg. $6.98 to $15.98 now $3.49 to $7.99 PIN MONEY SHOP - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Month End Saving Month End DRESSES COATS&SUITS *|Q00 J. $1500 Vz TO Off Res. $19.95 to $49.95 Reg. $25.95 to $125.95 Assorted selection of Casual & Savings galore on these out­ Cocktail Dresses for Juniors & standing Coats and Suits. Be Misses in assorted sizes and early — limited assortments in colors. size and color. READY-TO-WEAR - 2nd FLOOR WOMEN'S COATS & SUITS-2nd FLOOR Lady Pepperell Blankets Reduced "Solo Stripe" blanket, 72 x 90 for twin or full size, summer weight, reg. $6.98 .... $4 100% virgin Acrilan® ocrylic 72 x 90 for twin or full size, limited quantify. Citron yellow, Reg. $8.98 $6 BEDDING - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Kitchen Wares Reduced Kromex Kitchen set, reg. $7.88.. $6.98 Broilmosfer Broiler, reg. $7.99 $6.99 Kromex Trays, reg. $2.69 $1.99 Carpet Sweeper, reg. $7.98 $6.98 Wooden solad bowl set, reg. $5.99... $5.25 T. V. fray set, reg. $4.99 $4.49 Ekco tool set, reg. $8.88 $7.98 50 pc. stainless steel sef, reg. $13.88 .,..$9.88 Plastic salad bow! set, reg. $2.98 $1.79 HOUSEWARES - EASEMENT - HARRIS' Mattress Toppers Reduced thick Poly-Urefhane topper by Dayco Products. Twin, reg. $3.99 $2 Fulls, reg. $4.99 $2.50 BEDDING - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Giftwdres to Clear Candles, reg. $2.98 & $3.50 1/2 price Snock sets, reg. $4.50 .$3.32 Sherbet glasses, reg. $1 ea 3/$| Odds and Ends Vs to Vz Off GIFTWARES - BASEMENT - HARRIS' Reduced fo Clear Nylon Tricot Slips, Petticoats Gowns and Pajamas TO'/; 2 OFF Broken sizes and colors, reg. $3.95 fo $25. Also cotton and Dacron® polyester sleep wear in small dainty print. .. shift gown, fitted waltz gown and baby doll. LINGERIE - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Millinery Clearance $3 $6-^9 Reduced to Clear Famous Brand Foundations Famous brand name girdles and bras, strapless in pastel colors, reg. • • • HOW $2.99 Broken sizes panty girdles, reg. $5 & $5.95 ... (9 00 NOW ^i.TT FOUNDATIONS 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Money Saving Values Ladies Sportswear 3- to 2- OFF odds and ends reduced, reg. $3.98 fo $19.98. SPORTSWEAR 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Many pretty silhouettes in better hats ... of straw, flowers or fabrics . . . mostly one-of-a- kind reduced to clear. MILLINERY - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Men's Wear Clearance Men's dress shirts, famous brand with long sleeves, white, broken sizes. Reg. $3.95....$! Boxer shorts, famous brand in cotton broadcloth, broken sizes. Reg. $1.50..: 2 for $1 1 2 Men's Sweaters, cardigan and pull overs, assorted colors and blends, broken sizes, reg. $8.95 fo $19.95 1/2 off Men's sport shirts, short and long sleeves, ossorted colors and patterns, Reg. $3.95 Jo $5.95 1/2 off JL 2 Price Price Fashion Remnants Viorr Fanfasfic ossortment of fabrics for dresses, blouses, skirts, jackets, linings and children's wear. YARDAGE STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Low Priced Table Girls' Wear to Y OFF Odds & Ends Infants' Wear •3^ to y OFF Infont and toddler's wear, reg. $2.98 to $6.98, reduced to clear ... CHILDREN'S WEAR - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Ban Lon® nylon socks, one size strefch, several colors. 3 50^ MEN'S FURNISHINGS STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Cosmetics Reduced to Gar Odds and Ends Now 50^ "^7 PIu. 10% Ftd. Ex. Tax CHILDREN'S WEAR - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Perfume night light, reg. $5 $Z50 COSMETICS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Table of girls' weor to eleor. Dresses, sportswear, many one-of-a-kind items. Reg. $2.98 to $9:98 ...41 .49 to $4.99 Savings YouMi Like Boys' Wear Odds and ends of boys' weor at terrific savings. Famous brands in broken sizes. BOYS' FURNISHINGS STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' USE HAWy OmOHAL eUDIT PUN 4 MnHH* tmr. Opm m SMf IBMMOMO (Mk.?U *-M4 «J <ki^ W • ML MM . sMl M

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