Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 5, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 3

Redlands, California
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Tuesday, May 5, 1964
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Chief Bowen, Shirley Hume Wed Friday To be at home after May 13 are Redlands Chie^ of Police and Mrs. Staley R. Bowen who were married last Friday eve ninK at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth O. Ogburn, 1366 Elizabeth street The bride is the former Shir' ley Hume, who has been an em­ ploye in the Eedlands Public Works department. Judge Ben Alexander officiated at the 6:30 o'clock ceremony in the patio where a floral settiDK provided a background for the exchange of VOWf. Young Kathy Hume, daughter of the bride, took part in the ceremony ai flower girL - Invitations were issued to 125 guests for the reception planned by Mr. and Mrs. Ogburn to honor the couple after the ceremony. The Bowens are now on a wedding trip which will take them into Northern California. Fashion Show Follows CDA Luncheon The Dunes of Riverside was the scene Saturday for the annual luncheon and fashion show sponsored by Court Our Lady of Lourdes No. 1395 of the Catholic Daughters of America. Following the luncheon Mrs. Henry L. Kruse grand regent, introduced the fashion show chairman Mrs. Roger L. Fisher who presented Mrs. Kruse with an orchid corsage. Mrs. Fisher then introduced Mrs. Sharon Applegarth commentator for the Highlander Shoppes of San Bernardino. The "Fashion Bouquet" o£ spring styles was appealing to all ages: the young, the graduates, young - married and young-in-heart Following the show prizes were awarded to Miss Amelia Ann Fritas, Mmes. John Leedom, M. H Snowden, Charles L. Durante J. Donald Haas, M. E. Gillian Chris Fitzgerald and F. M. Fronapel. The afternoon was completed by bridge games in College-Bound Girls Guests Of Panhellenic An entertaining and informa live panel program for college bound seniors and their mothers was given by the Redlands Area Panhellenic at their an nual party Saturday morning at the Country Club. On the panel were Mrs. George W. Paul and Mrs. Ed ward McClusky, and Misses Barbara Cram, Alison Paul and Michele Scott. Pouring were Mrs. Gilbert B. Becker and Mrs. Robert S. Hatfleld. In the receiving line were Mrs. Phillip B. Campbell, president of Redlands Area Panhel­ lenic this year; Mrs. William L. Rose, newly elected president, and Mrs. Fred G. Johnson, chairman of the "Coffee". Assisting with the affair were Mmes. Donald Daniels, Arnold Boogher, Chester, E. Quick, Craig B. Warren, Donald J. Paul, James S. Chappell, James H. Moore, R. B. Thieme, and Paul B. Wilson. Guests with their mothers were the Misses Pamela Webber, Donna HoUiday, Nancy Haas, Nancy Barnard, Ann Fairchild, Susan Jones, Haley Soper, Bridget Burke, Beth Alexander, Carol Matthews, Susan Capen, Terri Fortress, Linda Older, Lynne Honus, Karen Larsen, Pat Alexander, Eva Breihan, Kathy Thormod, Cyndy Stockton, Lynne Brown, Beth Hoefs, Nancy Lapides, Lynn Dannelly. Deborah Quick, Kathleen Griswold, Priscilla Cook, - Ann Laucr, Kathy Caudle, Janis Wells, Helene Anderson, Jean West, ?usan Johnson, Melody Stuber, Meredith Beaver, Joan Marcum, Kerry Collins, Donna Babcock, Linda Clarke. Mary Jo Guia, Catherine Neblclt, Brooke Rogers. Brenda Rose, Marie Swanson, Donna Hill, Nancy Blumenberg, Dede Grimes, Carol Boogher, Mary Wold, Judy Walker, Linda Rouse, Jean Smega, Matja Youngsma, Denise Keefe. Susan Banta, Diane Russell, Lorraine Rosaro, Kay Giberson, Jane Cremer, and Christina Leathy. ccietif MISS JOSEPHINIS RRVY Society Editor METHODIST WSCS MEETS TOMORROW Woman's Society of Christian Service of Yucaipa Methodist Church will meet in the sanctuary at 10 a.m. tomorrow. During the business session new members will be recognized, the annual financial report will be given and special membership awards will be given. The pledge service will be followed by the program, "The Sea of Giving", given by Mrs. Harold Hopper. The Mother-Daughter banquet will be on Saturday in the social hall. Reservations must be made by calling 7971666 or 797-7412. R9dlands Daily Facts Tuesday, Hay 5,19M - 3 SQUARE DANCE CLASS REGISTRATION OPEN Mavericks Square Dance club announces extension of registration for its beginners class for another week. Classes are conducted on Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the upstairs hall at the YMCA on Citrus avenue. Jim McDaniels will be caller for tomorrow evening's session. A square dance convention is scheduled for July 24-26 in Long Beach. Dancers who begin square dancing now will have had sufficient instruction by| that time to participate. DAR ANNUAL LUNCHEON FRIDAY Friday at 12:30 p.m. at the Rusty Lantern in Beaumont, Arrowhead chapter, Daughters of the American Revohition, will have their annual luncheon and meeting. Chairmen for the jday will be the outgoing and new regents, Mrs. Phoebe James and Mrs. John C. Yri- barne. There will be installa- {tion of officers and annual reports. The program will feature music, includmg American Indian music. "GIRLS OF THE YEAR" — Oufsfanding chapter members of the year were announced at the recent Beta Sigma Phi sorority Founders Day dinner attended by the five local chapters at the Elks club in Riverside. Recehring the traditional "Girl of the Year" awards at this time were, from left, Mrs. Stuart lindenberger, Xi Delta Rho; Mrs. Albert E. Drusedum (front), Xi Theta Beta; Mrs. William P. Wilder, Zeto Rho, end Mrs. Eugene M. Sfohl, Xi Kappa Alpha. Mrs. Donald Derby, lota Tau's honoree, was unable to be present. (Daily Facts photo) an area arranged by the Dunes. Cut food bite-size. Avoid nibbling at a large piece speared on a fork. "Gypsy Baron" Ends Riverside Opera Season Riverside Opera Association wiU close its season with Friday and Saturday evening presentations of Johann Strauss' Ught hearted musical "The Gj-psy Baron" in Riverside's Municipal Auditorium. The cast includes company favorites, Marilyn Fitzgerald, Sam Thompson and Dick Wil liams, while Guilio Viamonte, Argentine baritone who appeared in the Riverside com pany's "Gales of Hoffman", is returning for a role in "The Gypsy Baron". A newcomer is Gloria En- andcr. Miss San Francisco of 1962 in the annual Miss Amer ica Contest, will sing a major role. Stage director is Walter Janowitz, native of Czechoslovakia who has sung, acted and di reeled throughout Europe and Africa and who came to the United States m 1962. He is the nephew of Dr. Lothar Waller- Mrs. Benneff To Be Hostess To Engineers Wives Mrs. Ernest Bennett of Redlands will be hostess tomorrow at Azure Hills Country chib to Wives of Professional Engineers of Riverside and San Bernardino counties at which time shi will relinquish her position as president to Mrs. Ernest Webb of Riverside. Mrs. Loren Bamett of Red lands will be installed as trea.* urer at this time. Other officers for 1964-65 aro Mrs. V. Cameron Thomas of Riverside, first vice president; Mrs. Alfred Theal of Riverside, second vice president; Mrs. Richard Haight of Riverside, secretary; Mrs. Ralph Stone of| Riverside and Mrs. Frank Curry of San Bernardino, directors. stein, one time director in chief of the Vienna State Opera. Tickets for this production may be reserved by addressing the Association at P.O. Box 2353, Riverside, or by telephone, 684-4361. Give Mother Supp'Hose^ STOCKINGS These wonderfully glamorous sheer sup­ port stockings will delight Mother with the wear and support they give helping her feel fresher, brighter, gayer — for a long, long timel Sheer lycra® spondex Supp-Hose $5.95 HOSIERY STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Proportioned length lycra® spon­ dex leno zipper girdle in 2 lengths .., I'/j" elajlic waistband. Lycra® satin stretch back. 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