Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 1, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 3

Redlands, California
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Friday, May 1, 1964
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MISS JOSEPHINE REAV Society Editor MR. AND MRS. ROGER KAPLA Martha Pannek, Roger Kapla Marriec n Riverside Church Wednesday League Guests Add To Thrift Shop Stock What had been planned as garden party yesterday mom- ling because of the weather was moved inside at the "Kimberly Crest" home o£ Mrs. Elbert W. I Shirk where sustaining members of the Assistance League entertained at a "Bundle Coffee" as a benefit for the Com munity Thrift Shop. A garden-like atmosphere wj; created indoors with a profu Ision of flowers arranged in the downstairs rooms. An invitational affair, guests brought with them various con Itributions in their "bundles" tc be added to the Thrift Shop stock for later sales. The As sistance League manages t h ( shop from which proceeds help maintain their Dental Clinic. Pouring yesterday were past presidents Mmcs. Samuel U. Graham, WiUiam E. White Ralph Hammer. Volney C. Kin caid, Stewart Hotchkiss, H. H. Ford Jr., Dorothy Cope Wellcr and Ralph M. Weaver. Mrs. Edward B. Darrah was chairman of the arrangemcnls committee. Assisting her were Mmes. Joseph Ciano, Malcolm C Chambers. Harold W. Baker, Barton Ruggles, John B. Surr, John E. Melcher, Ale.\ Scott and Lawrence Heim. 0th cr sustaining members also helped with various details of the morning party. Married Wednesday in Riverside's Unitarian church were Martha Hoyt Pannek and Roger Kapla, the nuptials follwcd by a luncheon in the Wisteria room at the Mission Inn with relatives and intimate friends of the couple present. For her wedding, the bride chose a street length white sheath dress and carried a nosegay of white roses. She was attended by Karen Rhode of San Bernardino, dressed in an aqua sheath dress and car- Q—The bidding has been: Esrt South West Nort: !• Pass Pass Dble. Pass 3 Pass S ^ Pass ? You, South, hold: 4A: VKS •7654 What do you do now? A—Bid six dabs. Yonr partner has eood dab snpport. He also shoDld have not more than one diamond and at least one ace. TODArS QUESTION •What do you open the bidding with when you hold; 4AQ6 VKJ4Z •AZ 4>AQ94 Answer Tomorniw rying a nosegay of yellow roses. Armand Slason stood with the bridegroom as his best man and the bride's brothers, Ned and Fred Pannek, ushered. Coming from Chicago for the wedding were the bride's par^ ents, Mr. and Jlrs. Edward Pannek; her brothers, Ned and Fred, and her paternal grandmother, Mrs. Anna Pannek. Martha is employed by the local branch of Provident Fed cral Savings and Loan and Roger is self employed in the roofing industry. Following a brief honeymoon at Palm Springs, the newlyweds will make their home at 3 University street in Redlands. NE'iWCOMERS TO CONCLUDE SEASON Redlands Newcomers club will have its last meeting of the 1963-64 season Monday eve ning in the VWCA activities building at 8 o'clock. This "fare well" meeting will feature an evening of cards and games. All hiembers, alumnae and friends are invited. Refreshments will be served. Edifh Huiskes Honor Guest Af Bridal Shower A bridal shower was an event of this week at the home ol -Mrs. M. Boersema, "01 East Cypress avenue, honoring Edith Huiskes. June bride - elect of David Herring. The party was also given by .Mmcs. Delia DeVries, Leona Scheller and Evelj-n Holt. Highlight of the evening was a mock wedding put on by sev eral of the honoree's co-work ers. Corsages were presented to Edith, to her mother, -Mrs. Herman Huiskes, and to the mother of the prospective bridegroom, .Mrs. Norman C. Herrin. The guest list also included .Mmes. Barbara Porte, Margie Smith, Ora Holt, Linda Guzman. Delia Darrow, Becky Bravo, Mary Hendrickson, Katherine Lui; and the Misses Ann Van Mcetren. Lydia Weatherly, Emma Sapien, Angie Bravo and iMarlene Holt. Sending gifts were .Mrs. Ralph Herring of Campbell, Calif., and Mrs. Louise Wick and M r s. Louise Rosero. MTVXRSrOC Annual SALE Glen Raven Panti - Legs C^) The Sheer Seamless Stockings You Wear to Your Waist Reg. $3 NOW ONLY $^39 Now you can be one smooth stretch of ny­ lon from toes to waist. Glen Haven Panfi- Legs® come in height-graduated sizes to fit you perfectly. Petite 5'-5'3", Med. 5'3"-5'6", Med. loll 5'6".5'-8", Tall 5'8" and over. LIMITED TIME ONLY! HOSIERY - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Variety Show To Entertain Square Dancers "Valley Varieties", the area's newest amateur entertainment, will present their amusing pro gram as part of the Yucaipa Square Dance club's regular dance tomorrow evening in the Yucaipa Woman's clubhouse. The performers, all members of the square dance club, have had one previous engagement, and will now perform for their fellow club members. The acts range from sonj; and dance to dramatic with the men's "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies" in ballet form the show's highlight. Caller lor the evening's dancing will be Bob Ruff. All square dancers are invited. Don't dawdle when leaving a party or a business appointment. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Mrs. Hubman To [Redlands Daily Facts Friday, May 1, 19M - 3 Head C.W.F. Group Next Year Christian women's Fellowship of the State Street Christian Church elected Mrs. Phil Hubman as the new president during this week's meeting. . Mrs. Luther G. Hardyman, [nominating committee chairman, read the slate of recom- I mended officers who were un animously elected. They include, in addition to -Mrs. Hubman, .Mrs. John Tirey. first vice pres- |ident; Ms. Dorothy Vandcr Ven. second vice president; Mrs. Elmer Mclnnes. third vice presi- I dent; Mrs. Hazel Cox, secretary: Mrs. Paul Breihan, treas­ urer. Miss Bertha Mi.xer, "World chairman; Mrs. Jack Gritton, flower chairman; Mrs. H a r ry Robbins. greeters chaurman; Mrs. Ralph Brooks, publicity chairman; Miss Rowena B e d- ford, Rachel group leader, and Mrs. Clarence Jlontgomery, Loyalty group leader. JImes. Ihibman, Tirey and Hardyman will attend the Presidents Conference at Pacific Pa- Usades ne.xt Monday and Tuesday. Final plans for the mother and daughter banquet May 8 were announced and refreshments were served by the Rachel group with Mrs. David Mays and Mrs. Gritton in charge. Irish Poet Guest Of Chaparral Group Sean O'Brien, new resident ol San Bernardino and internationally known Irish poet, read an assortment of his poems and essays to members of San Bernardino chapter of Chaparral Poets this week, meeting at the San Bernardino City hbrary. Other guests were .Mildred D. Logan, with her book, "Smoul­ dering Fires", and -Adrienne Middlebrook. Plans were discussed for the May Poetry convention in Los .\ngeles. Poet Jory Sherman will be a reader at this event. CINCO DE MAYO SALUTE TO OUR GOOD FRIENDS FROM SOUTH OF THE BORDER. A Mother's Day Gift from Harris Means Morel (MOTHER'S DAY IS SUNDAY, MAY 10th)

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