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League Greets Provisionals As Acfives Acceptance of this year's provisional members into active membership was a highlight of the Tuesday afternoon Assistance League meeting at the Country Club. Mrs. Kenneth 0. Ghormley provisional chairman, presented Jlrs. Richard N. Mocrsch and Mrs. Richard L. Scott as t h e new members. In a report on the Assistcens, the League's Junior Au.\iliary. Mrs. Jack A. Beaver announced that both junior and senior groups will have their annual meeting this month. The junior group's successful "Highland Haven" community service program was explained to League members. The girls assist pa tients m the rest home by reading to them, giving shampoos, hair styling, manicuring and writing letters. Mrs. Robert Break, Thrift Shop chairman, expressed gratitude to.the sustaining members for the successful "Bundle Party" given for the Thrift Shop. She also thanked Mrs. Elbert W. Shirk for opening her home for this event. The local dentists and staff members of the League - sponsored Dental Clinic will be honored at a luncheon planned for nc.\t Wednesday at the Country Club. Mrs. Frederick Howard. Fam ily Service Association chairman reported on ca.ses sponsored by the League which has also sent a check for S50 to the F.S.A. for the purchase of diapers. Luncheon hostesses Tuesday were Jlrs. Walker Smith Jr. and Mrs. Virginia Hurlbut. The annual meeting will begin at 4 p.m. June 9 at the home of Mrs. Gordon Witter, to be followed by a dinner party at tlie Donald Stevnmg home for members and their husbands. Reservations should be made with Mrs. Ghormley before June 2. Trinity Women Add "Flavor" To Benefit Program Adding to the atmosphere of Old Hawaii", theme of tomorrow's annual benefit party sponsored by women of Trinity Epis copal church, will be Hawaiian singers and dancers, scheduled to perform from 2 to 3 p.m. The entertainers are students from La Sierra College in Arlington. Parly hours are from 10 a. m. to 5 p.m. with a "luau" to be served in the patio of the church from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The public is invited and may obtain tickets on arrival. Jlrs. William A. Throop and Mrs. John E. Jlelcher, general co-chairmen, and members of their various committees have spent many hours in planning and preparation to make this an outstanding event. Some unusual and interesting antiques will be found in the "white elephant" department. A tempting array of home cooked food will be f o r sale as will aprons and other gift items. The always popular hat bar will display many attractive hats at reasonable prices. A tcacart is the main prize of the day and many other prizes have been obtained for the day. We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT. Steve to marry Betty Jo PASADEN'A (UPl) — Televi sion's "Steve" from "The Vir ginian" and "Bobby Jo" from "Petticoat Junction" plan to marry this weekend. In real life, Steve is Gary Clarke, 30. and Bobby Jo is Pat Woodell, 19, who were issued a marriage license at Los Angeles County Courthouse Wednesday. The ceremony is set for Saturday morning at St. PhiUp Church here. "The inlaw problem is often treated as a joke," writes a hus band, "but there's nothing funny about a man being expected to entertain his wife's relatives repeatedly while his own kin are given the brush-off by his wife." He adds as a footnote to his letter: "Speaking from personal e.xperiencc, let me tell you that many a divorce is caused by the kind of wife who insists up on clinging to her many relatives, at the same time attempting to alienate her husband from all of his." That's a dirty trick, all right. For in the showdown it is the wife who has it in her power to make her husband's relatives welcome in their home, or to make them feel that even the briefest visit in an imposition. Though a man may insist on his right to have his Gold Star Mothers Meet The charter was draped in memory of Pearl Trunk and Jewell Sewell at the Tuesday afternoon meeting of Gold Star .'ilothers of Redlands Memorial chapter in the American Legion clubhouse. Jessie Sanders brought a layette to be taken by Oriska Ben der to the Long Beach hospital Mrs. Bender, Grace Stahl, Em ma Dombach and Jennie Up dike, now living at the Gold Star Mothers Home in L o n g Beach, came to Redlands to attend their chapter's meeting. Jlrs. Dornbach reported on the social program arranged for the Long Beach convention in April and Jlrs. Bender reviewed highlights of the business ses sions. It was reported that another member, Clara Morse, had gone to Long Beach to live at the Home. The group voted to join other organizations for the Memorial Day observance at Hillside Me morial Park. Jlembers will go to the Home in Long Beach for their social meeting Jlay 21 with chapter members living at the home to be hostesses in the recreation hall. Hostesses Tuesday afternoon were Alice Minckler and Angle King. The birthdays of E 11 e Jackie and Jennie Updike were observed during the social hour. MISS.JOSEPHINE RE.VY Sodety Editor COUNTRY CLUB DANCE RESERVATIONS DUE Country Club members a r reminded of the May ISth din ncr dance on the club calendar for which they are invited to make up parties and attend the social hour from 7 to 8 o'clock Dinner «ill be served at 8, fol lowed by dancing. Reservations may be made at the clubhouse and are due by May 13. stores up the things they say and then tells her husband long tales of woe about how hard they are to get along with, if she makes herself out a marfjT for having to put up with a visit from his family, then it is, of, course, no use for her husband to try to make his relatives feel welcome. The only decent and happy way for a couple to approach (he in-law situation is for the husband to treat his wife's fam ily with hospitable courtesy, to make them feel welcome in his familyjhome and, in return, for his come for visits, he can't do much alone to make them feel welcome. ]f his wife complains that it'slshe refuses to e.xtend the same too hard for her to cook fori welcome to her husband's fam and entertain them, if shelily he extends to hers. wife to treat his people in the same manner. A woman isn't playing fair if Salvafion Army Program Explained At CD,A. Meeting By Brig, Mollef Brig. William R. MoUet of the Redlands Salvatioa Army was guest speaker at the Sacred Heart Altar Society meeting Tuesday evening in the parish hall. He briefly reviewed the work of the Salvation Army since its inception in 18E5 by William Booth and explained that its main purpose is to help those who are rejected by society, although it is active wherever aid IS needed. Many examples of{ tne services rendered by the organization were given by Brigadier Jlollct during his interest ing talk. Re-elected to serve another term during the business meeting were Miss Ann Blesener, president; Jlrs. Otilio Arre dondo, vice president; Jlrs. Ann Kent, secretary; and Jlrs. Hen-j ry Snowdon, treasurer. Serving on the nominating WED FRIDAY - Redlands Chief of Police Stanley R. Bowen ond his bride, the former Shirley Hume, shore a piece of the bride's cake following their wedding last Friday evening at the Kenneth O. Ogburn home, 1366 Elizabeth street. The couple, now honeymooning in Northern California, will be at home in Redlands after May 13. Judge Ben Alexander officiated at the wedding ceremony conducted in the Ogburn potio. A reception for nearly 125 guests followed. Rodney Martin Has Party To Mark Birthday Rodney Martin, who was 11 years old on Jlonday, was honored with a birthday party Saturday evening at his home, 920 Bermuda drive, arranged by his parents, Jlr. and Jlrs. Mark JIartin. Highlight of the evening was a scavenger hunt, followed by a barbecue. Even the "Beatles" made their appearance in t h e form of a cake decoration. Party guests included Rodney's grandmother. Mrs. George Snodgrass of San Jose who has not missed one of her grandson's 11 birthdays: his brother, David; and friends Bill Lanze, Gino Mahan, Doug Spear. Dave Dykstra, Tom .Martin, Jim Gaston, Geoffrey Smith and Steve .Milligan. Facts Classified .•\ds Can Sell Anything CaU 793-3'.'21 Exemplars See Film On Cystic Fibrosis Mrs. JIargaret Neagle, mem- |bcr of the San Bernardino chap- jtcr of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, was guest speaker at the Tuesday evening meeting of Xi Theta Beta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Jlrs. Claude Thompson, 122 Grove street, was hostess for the evening with .Mrs. Terry Higdon assisting her. Jlrs. Neagle showed a film on cystic fibrosis entitled "Jlask ofi the Pied Piper". She is t h e mother of two sons afflicted with the disease and is a member of Iota Omega chapter of Beta Sig ma Phi in San Bernardino. Each year funds are donated to C, F. through Beta Sigma Phi. Final plans were made to invite mothers and guests to the .May 19th meeting in honor of Mothers Day. Installation of new officers will be conducted at that time. Present Tuesday evening were .Mmes. Albert E. Drusedum, John Dunn, WiMiam Barlow, Barney Gentry, Richard G. Kidd. Gordon JIathena, L. E. Nelson, William Paterson, William S. Simpson, John Cridelich, John R. Bruckart and the hostesses. committee- were JImes. James Peterson, Leonard Goymerac and Lee JIarkovitch. A one-day retreat for women at El Carmelo was announced for Jlay 20 from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Women wishing to attend are asked to make reservations directly with El Carmelo. Jlrs. Thomas Dillon announced a luncheon to be held at Redlands Country club Jlay 27 at noon, following a busmess Redlands Daily Pacts Thurs., May 7, 1964 - 3 Hosp. Auxiliary ^arty To Be Benefit Project As a benefit for their annual nursing scholarship, Redlands Community Hospital Au.xiliary has planned a coffee-and-cards party for the morning of Jlay 14 in the lounge at the First meeting of aU deanery presr.;Me'ho<Ii.st „cl'„"''''''- "^^^ ^"'^ ''"^ dents. Women interested in attending the luncheon may contact Jlrs. Dillon by Jlay 24. Altar care for May is in charge of Jliss Begina Brennan, Mmes. George Jlyers, Joseph Polack and George Beres. Hostesses Tuesday evening were Jlrs. Helen Scturempf and Jliss Loyola Gill. Eastern Star Groups Meet For Luncheon star Points and Fleet Bees of the Orange Belt Order of Eastern star met in Redlands Jla- sonic temple recently for luncheon catered by the local Job's Daughters bethel. During the meeting after luncheon, Mrs. George L. Davis of Arrowhead chapter, San Bernardino, announced a bus trip to the O.E.S. home in West Los Angeles for June 27 for the annual fund-raising fiesta there. Reservations are due by June 6 with Sharon Baxter of Rialto. The bus will leave San Bernardino at 8:20 a.m. and will make stops in Colton, Rialto, Fontana, Ontario and Pomona. Before adjournment, the Star Points and Fleet Bees met in individual sessions for a reading of the by-laws. Esthers and chaplains of each chapter were appointed to decorate for the June 6th meeting honoring worthy matrons of each chapter and deputy grand matrons of the Orange Belt District. begin at 8:30. Jlrs. Robert Best, chairman of the event, announces that the day's "Grand Prize" will be a portable television set. Table reservations are being taken by Mrs. Rolia Whitman, telephone 793-1264. Tickets were on sale today and will be again tomorrow at booths placed at the Bank of America and at the S e c u r i t y Firxt National Bank from 11 a. m. to 3 p.m. On Saturday and Sunday, a booth will be located at Sage's. NOW YOU KNOW By United Press International The worid's tallest living thing is a California redwood Franklin PTA Board Convenes Franklin PTA's unit meeting on Jlay 15 will feature the annual Spring Festival with all school classes taking part. The board met this week at the home of .Airs. David J. Pound, 935 Barbara lane. Mrs. Harvey J. Van Sickle, president, announced the Fifth District conference for Jlay 15 in San Bernardino. Jlembers were asked to help with kindergarten registration June 5 and Mrs. Willard Winchester told of plans for the sixth grade party. Jlrs. David E. Luce assisted the hostess and others attending were JImes. Richard W. Milliman, E. Gordon JIathena, Thomas A. Moody. John C. Pitts, Leonard B. Waitman, Raymond C. Fuller, Laurel D. Hook. Lon M. Sheets, Donald E. Wirth, William E. Patterson, Claude C. Thompson Jr., Claude F. Brandon Jr., Beryl W. Hetrick; and Principal Donald H. Jlclntosh. 357.8 feet high, according to the National Geographic Society. Photo by James Sloan going places "Miss Young Fashion" Off fo the New York World's Fair, to San Francisco, or ferrying across San Diego Boy to Coronado, you'll go smartly, freshly in this all-while Docron-and- cotton two-piecer by Califomio Girl . . . Styled with short cap sleeves, stand-out neckline, and tricksy pockets just of the hip of the skirt . . . sizes 9 to 15 . . . your roundfrrp to anywhere, $29.95. Fashion Floor A Mother's Day Gift from Harris' Means More! (MOTHER'S DAY IS SUNDAY, MAY lOlh) Leafy, Flowery Prints Mother Will Love! by CAY ARTLEY $ 13 95 Cool, leafy prints... as pretty as fields of flowers ... to make Mother feel like spring all summer long! Fashioned of DuPont's Dacron® polyester crepe for no-care ... just drip-dry and wear! A. Rose-printed garden-fresh delight in blue and pink print, flip tie, pleated skirt. 12 fo 20, 12'/j fa 22'/j. B. Lush tropical print in pink and green. 10 to 20, 12Vi to ITh. NOT SHOWN: Sweetpeo floral, blossoming /npinlc ond aqua print, pleated skirt, scooped neckline. 12 to 20, 12 '/4 to 22%. PIN MONEY SHOP 2nd FIOOR - HARRIS'

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