6s '-"' HISS JOSEPHINE EEAY Society Editor i IN UR SPRING EPIC — Richard Place and Virginia Aguilar will portray Macbeth and Lady Macbeth in the University of Redlands drama department's production of "Macbeth" May 6, 7, 8, 13, 14 and 15 at 8:15 p.m. in the Little Theatre on the Zanja. This will be the final offering of the current UR drama season and is under direction of Albert and Bertha Johnson. Theatre goers may obtain ticket information by contacting Betty Garnsey, Drama Department, University of Redlands. . Putting Event Scheduled For Women Golfers : Women golfers will have a -putting tournament as the event of the week when they meet at the Country club Friday. Mrs. Howard E. Dickerson was Platter Day winner last Friday. Results of play that day were, in Class A, Mrs. Robert Baker, first. 87-15-72; Mrs. William G. Moore, second, 90-17-73; Mrs. Karp Stockton, third, 87-13-74; Mrs. Don Miller, fourth, 92-1775. Class B — Mrs. Franklin Roberts, first, 95-23-72; Mrs. Dee Cowen, second, 98-23-75; Mrs. Vernon Lee, 96-20-76, tied for third with Mrs. Albert Wincher, 97-21-76. Class C — Mrs. Dickerson. first 91-25-66: Mrs. Franlkin Postle, second, 106^27-79; Mrs. Ed Banta, 106-26-80, tied for third with Mrs. Clare Day, 10424-80. Class D — Mrs. Glenn Emmerson, first, 103-28-75; M r s. James Dunn, 116-39-77, tied for second with Mrs. Harold Moser, 305-28-77; Mrs. Robert Hatfield, .116-35-81, tied for third with Mrs. Howard Siever, 114-33-81. Golfers are reminded of the Best Ball of Partner tournament scheduled for Sunday. Members are to make up their own foursomes and sign up on the sheet posted outside of the Pro Shop. In charge of the tournament are Col. and Mrs. Fred Howard and Jlr. and Mrs. Byron Johnson. Redlands GAA elected to state office Members of the Girls Athletic Association of Redlands High school participated in the - -Girls Athletic Federation conference at Newhall last weekend, "according to G.A.A. president -Martha Elkins. The meeting, held on the campus of the William S. Hart High school, included demon- '..strations on relaxation, horse- --•manship, gymnastics, modern dance, social dance, and volley ball. - The RHS unit was elected to act as treasurer of the G.A.F. for the next year, with Miss '^Judy Rltner, advisor, elected .;. executive secretary o£ the - G.A.F. Also attending were . 'Shirley Boser, G.A.A. points : chairman, Cecelia Smith, sophomore representative, Pat Law- ^rence, social chairman, and Mrs J Grace Craig, advisor. Engaged Girls Invited To YWCA Course Rev. George Graham, chap- lia at the Univeristy of Redlands, will be coordinator for a course on "Marriage Preparation" to be presented under sponsorship of the Young Women's Christian Association, 16 East Olive, starting Sunday. Human Resources Topic of League Unit Discussion Redlands Unit of the Leagu of Women Voters met at th YWCA yesterday morning which time Mrs. Jack Linsk lee the discussion on the nationa item, "Development of Human Resources." The role the Federal Govern ment should play and is play Sunday evenings to follow from 8 to 9:30 o'cl«ct. Adult Education classes to hold annual exhibit The annual Adult Education pring Display and Fashion Show will be held tomorrow from 7 to 9 p.m. in Terrier Hall t the Redlands High school ampus, according to Jack Binkley, coordinator. The event is part of the Pubic Schools Week celebration. Many articles constructed in the arts and crafts and clothing lasses will be on display. Some classes are planning demonstra- ions. The nurses aide class will lave students on hand to explain the course and employment opportunities. The fashion show will start at 8 . p.m. Models will show •lothing constructed hi the classes of Wanda N. Norris and •"ranees R. Conant. Mrs. Patty Joyer will be the fashion commentator. Robert W. Jones will >e the accompanist on an or ;an furnished by Sliger's. Classes and students partici- lating are as follows: China Painting under the di- •ection of Marina E. Chandler —Doris Linsey, Jan Mayo, Ida H. Gjording, Ella Anderson, Annetta M. Huffstutier, Mary M. Albee, Vicki Nelson, Helen S. Jergmann, Sharon Grable, Lotie M: Westermeyer, Juanita 3 erkins, Laural Traul, Grace ?olkersma, Ruth M. Lofgren, 2velyn Trowbridge, and Helen Oesterblad. Jewlery Making under the direction of Theodor C. Schmidt- mana — Earl Gano, Barbara Dunn, Edyth Burgess, Louise Sarnsdale, Eugene Burgess, Joe Peterson, H, E. Korn, Fern, Jenkins, Evelyn Hill, Frances Redman, Eric Giberson, Bette Mari, Elizabeth Simkins, anc 3eorge Shatto. Life Drawing under the direction of Bernard C. Lowrey — Donald Graves, Lise Vogt-Nfl- son, : Patricia Smith, Deborah Adamsky, Betty Midleton, June Capps, Charlene Sorenson, Virginia Kindall, Carl Doss, Shirey Schiess, Noel Diaz, Janice Gunderson, Ginny Winder, and Russell Price. Nurses Aide Training under ;he direction of Dorothy . A. Soleman—Eva Houser and Lois Mellon. Oil Painting under the direction of Edward V. Branson- Mary Pringle, Gene Vaughan, Harriett D. Allen, Golda B. Smith, Joan B. Fulmer, Shirley M. Plata, Marjorie P. Icanberry, Robert I*. Kronmffler, Margaret. M. Bierdzinski, and Florence L. Andersen. Oil Painting under the direction of Jean L. Cranmer—Matilda Miller, Herta Jaeger, 0. W. Olsen, Melva J. Wall, Edna Sams, Aleta B. West, Pearl Learned, Mary Landrum, Ruby E. McWiffiams, Carol Zirkle, Ruth Campbell, 0. C. Shreck, Beulah G. Babcock, Helen Randolph, and Margret L. Kelly. Oil Painting under the direction of Bette L. Paschke—Ruth 0. Rhodes, Marguerite Glaze, Jackie Mertz, Margret L. Kelley, Rose M. Flanagan, Felice McCormick. Cecelia A. Robinson, Carol R. Cordery, Margaret Bierschbach, Joanne S. Runkel, and Alvin T. Fishman. Pattern Making and Dress Design under the direction oi Frances R. Conant—Bessie Roberts, Thelma H. Walker, and Edna Sams. Rug Making under the direc tion of Lolo Dean—Jennie Aring, Fern Jenkins, Eleanor Curtis Florence Weiss, Caroline Bean Helen Cole, Arlene Corwin, Arlene Bush, Ethel Marquardt Katherine Remesen, Gertrude iiartin, and R=ne Thorost. Sculpture under the direction of Lucille, von 'Wolffersdorif— Bobbie Merritt, Boxie Phillips, Adelina Hill, Don Graves, Dick Schamansfei, Nellie Pines, Mayo B arbour, Gene Wall, Roger Platte, Judy Farmer, Diana Parks, Evelyn Gathmgs, Ghiny Winder, Betty Sheehan, Alvin Fishman, Bertie Trent, and Candie Stumpf. Beginning Sewing under the direction of Frances R. Conant Marcos Diaz, Henry Diaz, Anita Valenzuela, and Aurora Diaz. Sewing under the direction of Wanda N. Norris — Marjorie Billington, Velma Frost, Virginia Bone, Florence Root, Selma Donley, Kim Donley, Glin da Donley, Lucille Hoos, Joyce Thompson, Mable Quick, Francis Rosso, Inez Padgett, Bessie Wilson, Joyce Carlson, Jean Finfrock, Loraine St. Pierre, Celie Smith, Mildred Morten, Gladys Miller, Helen Schrenp, Muriel DeGraaf, Debbie "Wilson, Hazel Stephens, Vicki Stuart, Jamie Trefz, Linda Webster, Marilee Thomas, Terry Thomas, Tammy Thomas, Jeanine Sterling, Harriet Scott, Betty McNutt, Margie Somedy, Christine Van Uffelen, Debra Van TJf- felen, Judy Sigford, Katheryn Lambert, and Goldie Tuller. Upholstery under the direction of Fred Galloway — Mary Almind, Edwina Fink, Vi Hudson, Claire N. Hayman, Ida Gjording, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Garrow, Rose Fattarini, Frances Young, Ralph C. Gauger, Paul Zatzke, Betty Zatzke, and Aina Reed. Seeks return of his fommygun CHATTSWORTH, Calif. (UPI) —Floyd Alexander, 32, recently ran an advertisement in a Los 7h« Kremlin The Kremlin refers to Moscow's most ancient and strategic area, still walled in by fortifications. The citadel contains old royal palaces, governmental bureaus and churches where tsars were crowned and buried. Redlands Daily Facts Wed, April 23, 1955 - 7, Angeles area newspaper seeking return of his stolen tommy- gun, "no questions asked." State and local authorities called on Alexander with a few questions pi their own. He finally convinced the officers that his tommygun shoots plaster- not bullets. Alexander is a plastering contractor. m PUT BACK THE TASTE OmUSTAKEAWAY LUGKY STRIKE filters TRY NEW LUCKY STRIKE FILTERS in education and em jployment and how it should be ,,,,,. , implemented on the local level Mr. Graham has announced ^ centra] ^ his series of lectures as follows: ._ , ^ May Z - "The Philosophy of , M «- J °= e P h J?anrus was hos ' Marriage" with Mr. Graham as tess for the coffee hour speaker. | On the aganda for the May May 9 — "The Psycholoy of "• meeting is "Water Resources" and a report on the state convention. Marriage" with Dr. Ralph Taubert, psychiatrist, as speaker. May 16 — "The Sociology of Marriage" by Dr. William Klausner, sociologist. "May 23 — "Faith of Marriage" by Mr. Graham. 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