Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 6, 1965 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
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READY FOR GUESTS - Elizabeth Parker, Linda Hargis, and Mrs. William Veliquette, left to right, are taking an active part in tonnorrow evening's mother-daughter banquet, 6:30 at the First Baptist church. Harp center pieces are the dominant feature of decorations which are in the "Beautiful Music" theme. The Girl's Guild made the decorations and will use the donations realized from them toword their gift to Mrs. Wesley Brown, Baptist missionary, who will use the money to help build a new school in Belgian Congo. Tea Honors Bride-Elect Of Douglas Carlson To meet Miss Marlene Cra mer of Cleveland, Ohio, bride- elect of Dr. K. Douglas Carl- .son. Dr. Carlson's mother, Mrs. B. Keith Carlson invited guests to a recent tea at her home, 556 Center street. The couple have set August 7 as the date for their wedding, the nuptials to be solemnized in Cleveland where the bride-elect is employed as a private secre tary by an insurance firm and the prospective bridegroom is professor of chemistry at Case School of Technology. Dr. Carlson is a graduate of the University of Redlands, received his Ph. D. from the University of Kansas and spent two years at O.xford University in England on a Fulbright fellowship. Assisting Mrs. Carlson at the tea were her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Wendel Carlson from Los Banos, and a niece, Mrs. Earl Imbler of San Fernando. ccietif JIISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor TRY IT NOW BOSTON (UPD—This may be an idea for solving Boston's knotty traffic problem. Research revels thai in 1899, automobiles were barred from Boston's streets between 10;30 a.m. and 9 p.m. Mrs. Campbell Remains President Of Redlands Assistance League Mrs. Robert G. Campbell was re-elected president of Redlands Assistance League for 1965-66 during Tuesday's meeting at the House of Neighborly Service. On her board will be Mrs. Frederick Howard, first vice president; Mrs. William H. Wilson, second vice president and the responsibilities and work of the Assistance League. Voting as members for the first time were Mmes. Warren Hooper. Leroy Hansberger, J. Overton .owell Ponte Earns Academic Recognition Lowell Ponte of Redlands was among students honored Tues- Anne Davis, Mel Caskey Set Wedding Date August wedding plans are being made by Anne Ilima Davis and Mel Caskey, both seniors at the University of Redlands, who plan to be married August 21 in the Yucaipa First Methodist church. Aime is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Davis of Aiea, Oahu, Hawaii, and Mel is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mel A. Caskey, 2546 Mill Creek road, Mentone. He is the grMid- son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Pray, 934 Campus avenue. Redlands. Anne attended Punahou High school in Honolulu and is now a senior at the U. of R., majoring in mathematics. She is affiliated with Alpha Sigma Pi sorority. Her fiance is a graduate of Yucaipa High school and is a geology major at the university. I SELL IT TOMORROW 'With low - cost Classified Ads ANNE DAVIS Redlands Daily Facts Thursday, May 6,1965 — 3 SALINGER ACTIVE S.ACRAMENTO (UPI) — Former White House press secretary Pierre Salinger has been appointed a director of the California Museum of Science and Industry in Los ."Angeles. Salinger is also a vice president of a movie theater group. He lives in Los .'\ngelcs. Mrs. Burneff Europe Bound Aboard Oriana Mrs. Louise Burnett, a resident of Plantation Apartments, left last week on a cruise to Europe aboard the P and 0 Uner, Oriana. On the day of her sailing, Mrs. Burnett was a luncheon guest of friends at the Imperial Restaurant in Garden Grove who then drove her to the Los Angeles harbor where all had a tour of the ship before it sailed. Mrs. Lois Dodd and Mrs. Floy Turner of Yucaipa and Mrs. Rhodes accompanied Mrs. Burnett last summer on a 32- day flying tour around the world. On her current trip, Mrs. Burnett will have an opportunity to stop at Acapulco, Mexico, as the ship sails for the Panama Canal passage. Other stops will be made at Nassau in the Bahamas; Hamilton, Bermuda, and across the Atlantic to the ports of Le Havre and Southhampton. From there, a si.\-week motor tour will begin, to include th countries of England, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Italy and France. Returning aboard the SS Sta- tendani to New York, Mrs. Burnett will spend several days at Crutcher-Gurule Wedding Planned •or May 22 Gertrude Anderson Gurule and Ernest James Crutcher announce the date of their approaching marriage as May 22 at 3:00 p.m. in Unity of Yucaipa. Rev. Ray Eversole will perform the ceremony after which a reception will be given by Women of Unity. For the past 10 years Mrs. Gurule has been associated with the University of Redlands, Redlands Community Music Association and had her own business as public stenographer— the past two years in Yucaipa. She has served as secretary of the Yucaipa Valley Welfare Board of Directors and secretary to the Rev. Ray Eversole, minister of Unity of Yucaipa. Mr. Crutcher is a teacher of English and du-ector of atliletics at the Ttt^entynine Palms Unified High school. After a wedding trip by motor to Florida, Kentucky, Virginia and Te.xas, they will make their home in jTwentynine Palms. 1 I the World's Fair before going Ion to Washington, D.C., a n .d other places along the east coast. She will fly home. Pratt, John R. Melcher, W. C- , ^ • „ Schindler, Edgar F. Losee and day at the Academic Honors Fred G. Johnson. |Convocation m Bovard Auditor- Building committee chairman, j'um on the USC campus recog- provisional chairman; Mrs. John; Mrs. David H. Rogers, reported |"'^i"g students who have distin- C. Ferrall, third vice president on progress of the League's newig"'shed themselves academical- and regional delegate; Mrs. Rob-| building at 506 West Colton ave-l'^- ert B. Break, recording secre-[nue and thanked individuals andi Lowells parents, Mr. and tary. I organizations who have made itl^'-s- Lloyd C. Ponte, 511 Terra- Mrs. Urban M. Derkum, cor-i possible. She mentioned in par- responding secretary; Mrs. Charles N. Ziilch, treasurer; Mrs. Richard N. Moersch, assistant treasurer; Mrs. Willard cina boulevard, were invited guests on this occasion. First semester achievements »9f •^--^'•.-i kti* it's time to pamper mother from harris^ garden of gifts lieular Clare H. Day, the architect; Swen Larson, contractor: Nick Karahalios, decorating; Tri earned for Lowell the ribbon of ^.^.^ , -...City Cement Co., Sanitary '^°'"'"™dation from the Air Farquhar, Thrift Shop chairman,! Plumbing, Kramer's Painters, Force R.O.T.C. He also earned Mrs. David B. Haag, Dental Big Bear Timber Co. and the •''^cognition at the debate tourn- Clinic chairman; Mrs. J. Rich- League members and husbands I a""="t at Santa Barbara in ard Leonard and Stephen Nicks, whose pledges have greatly add- 1 ^0 colleges and universi- directors. cd to the list of contributors. U '<^s participated and was se- Mrs. Campbell re-appointed The new buildin" will house the'''^'^^'^^ freshman class treasurer. Mrs. Raymond L. Haight Jr. as. ^^.^^'J ^o .^t^^^^^ worked with FUght Drill and alternate regional delegate and; ^^^'^^ '^Zh-TlrS'^'^''^'^^^ ^^"^^ Community Thrift Shop, the pro- ;cceds of which are the sole sup- Mrs. James A. Fallows as pubUc relations chairman. „ Mrs. William Wilson, provis-; p;;^•'J{^^'og ^taf Clinic.^ ional chairman, welcomed seven- provisionals into full membership, explaining again to them Reports were also give by Mrs. Farquhar, Thrift Shop chairman, and by Mrs. Haag and Mrs. Marching the Young Republican club on campus. In his second semester, Lowell was chosen by Mortarboard for the Freshman Forum and was later elected treasurer of this group. He has also served as OperaWorkshop ^^^.^^^^^^ coordinator, A'f HQ Pr'irinv thanked Mrs. James M. Keefe >n/ W/X I /luuy, gj^j Edward F. Barnett for ^nilirrinv Making the junior group to the «JU / ui uuy 1 Huntington Museum and Art Gal- Scenes from three operas will lery in Pasadena recently. Nicks, co-chairmen of the Den-imanager of the baseball team, tal Clinic. Mrs. Edward Schind- Mas+er Point Bridge Report Thirteen tables were in play be presented tomorrow and Sat-1 Plans for the final meeting in'for the Tuesday cvenmg dupli- urday by the University of Red-1 June were announced. Mrs. Rob-! cate bridge Master Pomt ses-! lands Onera Workshop. ! ert S. Hatfield and Mrs. David !sion at the Y'MCA. North-South winners were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kebely, first; Mrs. Geneva Reiter and Frank Parry, second; Mr. and Mrs. lands Opera Workshop. The spring presentation by the! C"'- Poston were named as host- School of Music will include the esses. balcony and wedding scenes Hostesses Tuesday were Mrs. from "Romeo and Juliet," a Kenneth 0. Ghormlcy. Mrs. Rich-, scene from the second act of:ard B. Cook Jr. and Mrs. Haightjdarles Drake, third; William "La Traviata,"and a portion of with Mrs. Georgie Carey. direc-iLocklin and Jack Lowe, fourth, the third act of "Marriage ol tor of Ihc H.N.S.. who presented! ^^st-West winners were Mrs. Figaro." i eight of her -Liltle Angels" iniVelva Gallaher Performances will begin at a dance sequence. 8:15 p.m. in Watchorn auditor-' ium. Tickets may be ordered by contacting the School of Music or they may be purchased at the door. The original Shakespearean text will be used in the scenes from Gounod's "Romeo and Juliet," which will open the program. Romeo will be sung by Bruce Wursten and Juliet by Job's Daughters Honored Queen tiostess For Tea iniveivd uaiiauci and Mrs. Joyce iCallaher, first; Mrs. Ann Shock- I ley and Mrs. Virginia Walters, second: Mrs. Grace Leeper and Mrs. Geneva Kane, third: Betty Collins and Mrs. Lila Publicover. fourth. A Winners Game is scheduled for 7 p.m. Sunday and a parly for the Tuesday group ne.Nt week. Charlotte Johnson, honored queen of Job's Daughters Bethol 104, was recent hostess forj PANHELLENIC SPRING T Tvi„i.,.n TTvinr Tawrence a mother and daughter tea at; LUNCHEON TUESDAY Redlands Panhellenic Association will meet next Tuesday White, and Lee Rittenhouse of;5^8 Cajon street. National City will be Gertrude, A yellow and white fobr at"'the"home 'o7 Mrs: Fred! Juliet's nurse. heme was carried out and the ^ Henrietta! The second acl scene from f;^;,^'''^.^^^^^f street, for their annual spring: Verdi's "La Traviata" will be "° H u-Jtn rnfn ^''"""luncheon. The newly elected of-l sung in Italian, wi(h Carol Phil-' "JVi'^^^ ri„r,n-, Pi.i,,.,! '^''^'^'•'^ f"'' ^965-66 sca.son will' ips of Redlands as the ill-fated 7'"^^ installed. Mrs. Phillip B.! Violetta Valery and Ronald Campbell, chairman of the Col-i SheUer as Giorgio Germont.i Each mother was nrc^entcd a'''^Se Information Coffee, wiU an- JMiss Rittenhouse appears as the .^^^^j' rose coi"a"c noimce final plans for that an'"^'i^- ' The guest list included Mmes.7"="' ^T'^"™- ^"^hing; Both of these works have been A. J ,. skinner and Claudia. Ber- \° leservations for he,, staged by Norman Baffrey, UK:nard Richardson and Glenna,''""'^'^".""^ ^""s- voice instructor. The musical;Rgbprt Dillon and Beckv, James,-'"" | handbags by theodor To give her a snow whif e handbag by Theodor of California i$ to give her a gift of beauty... beauty that will last all summer! In vinyl... Just wipe clean with a damp cloth. 5.98 and 8.98, plus tax. Handbags. preparation for the completejSarrctt and Carol, Ray Weaver; program has been done by Ru-[and Nancy and Robyn, Mary,NEW^_ dolph Picardip, director of lhe:\viieelei Opera Workshop. I Debbie. TEXAS BRAG program uas uctu | aiiu i>om:v o.m iw.^.,.., , ,^ (IlPf^ —Ov' Closing the program will be a! Mrs. Julian Friderich and,'"-foot-high water oak tree that rollicking and comical excerpt;Dorothy Ann Smith, Mmes. Wil -1 foresters contend is the largest from the thii-d acl of the "Mar-!liam Cox and Rita, McClain and!known of its kind in the nation, riage of Figaro" by Mozart. Pi- j Joanne, Donald Prout and' E. H. Lawson, ow^ner of the cardi' has staged this scene!Cheryl, Wayne Bradley and which wiU feature Kenneth!Mary and Pat, Earl Bone and Kornweibel as Figaro, CoralielGeorgianne, Lawrence Smith Lampiasi as Susanna, L i n d a I and Cindy, W. A. Sanchez and Scott as Marcellina, Ira Hawk- Nancy and Kathy, M. L. Jlur- ins as Count Almaviva, Stephen phy and Maureen, Archie Neil White as Dr. Bartolo and Bret and Karen, Walter Hadley and Boright as Don Curzio. Jeff Williams. We've fhrown away the price tags! the big Mercury-Comet Leadership Days Celebration Sale Your Deal! 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