Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 2, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands Dally Facts Saturday, May 2, 1964-3 ST. cciettf MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Dick Cooley To Wed In Fall Mr. and Mrs. Homer C. Williams, Mill Creek Canyon, announce the engagement o£ their daughter Lmda Louise, to John D. (Dick) Cooley, son of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Cooley, 33165 Yucaipa boulevard, Yucaipa. The bride-to-be will graduate from Yucaipa High school in June with the Class of 1964. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Glennie M. Williams, also of Mill Creek Canyon. Dick, who graduated in 19G2 from Yucaipa High school, is now a third class Petty Officer in the U.S. Navy. At the present time, he is on a cruise in the Jlediterranean area. .An early fall wedding is LINDA L. WILLIAMS planned by the couple, follow ing Dick's return. Temple Baptist Pastor And Family Honored At Farewell Dinner Rev. Aaron W. Enrich, who is ending his ministry at Tcm pie Baptist church next week, was honored witli his family by members of tlic church at a dinner fellowship Wednesday evening. Jlr. Eurich, who has served the Redlands congregation since 1957, has accepted the pastorate of Calvary Baptist church in Hawthorne. Mrs. Eurich and their four children, Linda, David, Daniel and Richard, will remain in Redlands until the end of tlie school term when they will join him in Hawthorne. Music was provided Wednesday evening by Robert Pa>-ne, Parochial School Spelling Contest Sunday Three students will represent Sacred Heart school in Redlands tomorrow in tlie 6lh annual parochial school spelling contest in St. Anne's school hall. San Bernardino. They arc CjTithia Carpenter. Gregory Livernois and Geoffrey Livernois, all eighth graders. Tlicre win be 11 schools participating in the contest sponsored by Del Rosa Knights of Columbus Council. Judges will be AUce Wickum, teacher at St. Anne's school; Elisco G. Ruiz, court reporter, and Glendell M. Britton, president of the California Book Publishers Association. Caller will be James N. Schlahta, teacher at Highland Junior High school. Plaques and cash awards will go to first-through-third place winners and ribbons will go to all 33 finahsls. Smiley Cubs Graduate 13 A Webelos graduation ceremony was part of the Wednesday evening meeting of Cub Scout Pack 11 of Smiley school. Graduated into the Tenderfoot rank of Scouting were Mike Barnes, Rex Brady. Scott Burke, Dick Caudle, Cletus Hyman, Mike Moore. Channon Price, Donny Crook, Ricky Dunn, Brent Harp, Steve Robinson, Art Sahescn and Jlike Hokana. The Pack received two awards for its participation in the recent Skill-O-Rama. Individual awards earned by the Cubs were also presented for the month of April. Indian dances were presented by the Explorer Troop before the graduation ceremony. Audience participation songs were led by Dens 7 and 2 and a puppet show was put on by Dan 8. BAPTIST MOTHER DAUGHTER BANQUET Reservations are due by 5 p.m. Tuesday, with tickets available at the church office and from circle leaders, for the mother-daughter banquet planned by the Woman's Jlission Society of the First Baptist church for May 8 at 6:30 p.m. Decorations, and the program being prepared under direction of Mrs. Jolrn Rundles, will depict liistory, music and beauty in a Hawaian theme and wiil include many girls and women from tJie group. Tickets will also be available tomorrow morning at a ticket booth in the church patio. 0— The bldiiing has been: Sontii West North East ? YoQ, South, hold: *AQeVKJ4: •A24>AQ94 'What do you do? A— Bid one club. Ton hive tO points which is Just too wttk tor two no trump, so yon open with the suit most lilcelr to prodaee s response from put- ner. TODAY 'S QCESTXOK Vour partner responds • one diamond. What do yon do now? AMWcr Uondar church organist, and a farewell gift was presented by W. A. Denton on behalf of the congregation. During Mr. Eurich's ministry in Redlands, church membership has increased by 623. A second unit of educational space and an office buildinj were completed and two pre viously established missions of the church were organized into churches. First Southern Baptist of Yucaipa and Trinity Baptist of Redlands. One of tlie greatest accom plishments has been in the church's gifts to world, state, and local missions. In 1957 the church was giving 12 per cent of its undesignated receipts to such causes whereas the gifts are now in excess of 25 per cent. Total indebtedness of the church has been reduced to about S6.000 and plans have been adopted for an auditorium seating 900. Mr. Eurich will conduct his final service at the church ne.xt Thursday evening. Hi-Trl Girls Plan Activitres Several projects were planned at this week's meeting of Hi-Tri girls at the YWCA. In their group session, the seniors planned a beach trip for Slay 16 and 17. The juniors and sophomores planned a I dance for May 22 at the YWCA at which time music will be provided by "The Hustlers". These girls also signed up for work at Patlon hospital May 16 with the teen-age group. Nancy Postle, treasurer, reported on the recent fashion show and girls with tickets or money outstanding were asked to return them at the next meeting. The Hi-Tri potato chip sale, yesterday and today, will help I send next year's officers to Hi- Tri camp in Thousand Oaks. Speech Students To Entertain AARP Group students of Jlrs. Gertrude Baccus' speech class at Redlands High school will give a varied program for the Red. lands chapter of American As^ sociation of Retired Persons when they meet at Lugonia school, 202 East Pennsylvania avenue, next Wednesday. The program will be preceded by a business meeting at 6:30 p.m. Members are asked to note change of meeting place for this night. A f e w reservations for the trip to Knotts Berry Farm and the Wax Museum are still available from Mrs. Ada Bloom, 3 Parkwood drive. The fifth Tri County meeting on May 9 at Tamarisk Park. Palm Springs, will be attended by the officers and many members of the Redlands chapter. Those attending are asked to provide their own picnic lunch. John Tunney, candidate for Congress from Riverside Coun ty. will speak on legislation for retired persons. Handwritten wedding invitations may be substituted for printed invitations when time is a factor. DOWNTOWN REDUNDS A Mothers Day Giff from Harris Means More (MOTHER'S DAY IS SUNDAY, MAY iOth) Pretty, Knitted Gift Wraps for Mother The new longer styling in knit jackets is flattering to any figure. These are particularly desireable because they are in women's sizes from 36 to 46. There are many other styles in medium and large. 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