otriangle oak tree christmas
ln- PROGRAM IS TO BE ATTRACTIVE Tentative Announcement Regarding Christmas Celebration Made (Special Staff Correspondence) REDLANDS, Dec. 8. The tentative tentative program for the Community Christmas celebration was announced today by Mayor A. E. Brock. The Rev. Dr. William M. Jeffers, pastor of the First Methodist church, will deliver the address of the day. Dr. Jeffers has not chosen his subject. which will be of a seaaonaDie nature. An innovation is to be introduced Into the exercises this year in that the oak tree on the Triangle will be used as a Christmas tree instead of an evergreen from the mountains. The move is in the interest of conservation conservation and economy and will save the city at least $200. It is probable that an additional top will he fur-niahed fur-niahed fur-niahed the oak for the occasion. Elec tric illumination will be similar to lasf vear. The musical nroerara is yet in a very tentative form. It is in charge of Trustee Wade Hamilton, who has a number of musical artists and organizations organizations in view for selections. It is planned to have the Boys' Choir of the Trinity Episcopal Church give at least one selection. The combined glee clubs of the High School wui oe asked to take a part of the musical program as win tne universuy oi Redlands quartet. Selections from th Wr Presbvterian auartet. the Y. M. C. A. quartet, and a number of individual artists are contempiaieu. at to of he of C.