10 - Friday, May 7, 1965 Redlands Daily Facts KIMBERLY JUNIORS OFFICERS - New officers for next year were revealed at the Wednesday tea attended by Kimberly Juniors of tfie Contemporary club and their mothers, a traditional affair at the end of every club season. Seated in front, from left, are Kim Walker, next year's president; Mrs. Elbert W. Shirk, advisor to the group, and Betty Hardy, vice president. In back, from left, are Margi Zeiner, recording secretary; Dana Cranmer, corresponding secretary, and Kathy Ide, treasurer. Not present for the picture was Mary Frances Lenker, publicity chairman. (Photo by Wm. Elmer Kingham) Ruth Wilkerson New President Of Soropfimisfs Redlands Soroptimdsts elected Ruth Wilkerson as their president for 1965-66 during yesterday's meeting at Willard's Cafeteria. Serving with Mrs. Wilkerson will be Lois Frezados, first vice president; Marthana Paine, second vice president; Helen Deussen, recording secretary; Geraldine Carey, corresponding secretary; Helen Hurley, treasurer; Eileen Farley, director; Mrs. Hurley, two-year delegate, and Miss Farley, altemaite. Flossie Browning presented the nominating committee report. Welcomed into membership yesterday was Gwen Richter, new Home Economist for the Southern California Edison company. Georgia Starr, of the Hanford club, was a guest as was Gail Marie Nimmo of the Venture club. The annual Chamber of Commerce dinner will be May 14 at the Country club when the Sor- optimist-sponsored "Woman oil the Year" award will be pre-| sented. MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor WORKSHOP SINGERS - Appearing as the ill-fated Violetta in Verdi's "Troviato" during the Opera Workshop spring production in Wotchorn hail at the University of Redlands this evening and tomorrow at 8:15 ore Carol Phillips of Redlands and Ronald Shelter, who sings the role of Giorgio Germont. Scenes from "Romeo and Juliet" (Gounod) and "The Marriage of Figaro" (Mozart) will also be presented. Tickets will be available at the box office. We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT Yucalpa School Chorus Sings For Clubwomen With their director, Don Kelly, the Yucaipa High school choral group entertained Yucaipa A home economist who is anlWoman's club members at their expert in home management!meeting this week with selec- claims the so-called labor saving devices that are supposed to cut the housewife's work actually make work for her. With a washing machine, she washes more often; with a dishwasher she washes more dishes, and so on. Well, it's true that these devices have encouraged us to raise our homemaking standards. Clean clothes for every tions from their recent musical comedy hit, "Hectar's Nectar". Floral arrangements and paintings by Mrs. H. H. Leach were on display in the tea room. Mrs. Aldis Trefry reported on the April District convention in Riverside and announced that Mrs. Harold Garrett had received a first award for her floral arrangement of tuUps and member of the family once or i lilacs in the convention flower twice a day. Weekly, instead oil show. Mrs. James Durbin was a third place winner. Mrs. 0. Bondurant announced a share-a-dish luncheon for next Wednesday for the afternoon Carousel group and also a potluck .supper May 13 at 6:30 p.m. for the Mr. and Mrs. Evening Carousel. Roses decorated the tea ta bles where Mmes. Walter Gail B. G. Doupe, W. F. Cruickshank and A. B. Wright poured. Mrs. Charles Tharp and her committee were hostesses. A musical program will follow the installation luncheon May 18. OUT HOhLYWOOD fUPI) — Ernest Borgnine will be missing from the movie cast of "McHale's Navy Joins the Air Force." Who Has a BirfAday MAY 8- Phillip Elliott, Jr. Larry Pace Dr. F. H. Folkins Tim Halfacre Col. Carl Isham Ken Lewis Ted Stanley James W. Penn, Jr. Lanom McGee Theron Nelson Henry Rollins Peter Serfass Charles Taylor Dale Burns Marc Gartenberg E. J. Smith Oscar Andrade Dannie Zdun Randy Paul Happy Birthday from 11 E. State Ph. PY 3-2505 Breakfast Club tiears Talk By Dr. Andrews Mrs. Robert Sjierrod, program chairman, presented Dr. Fred Andrews as speaker for the Breakfast Club meeting yesterday at the Country club. Speaking on the subject "How lo .'\cquire the Habit of Happiness", Dr. Andrews stressed three important points: give expressed appreciation, have an inner peace of mind and learn ;to laugh at one's self. twice - a - year house-cleaning. More frequent entertaining and larger parties. And so on. But with all that, we do have it easy today, compared with the way homemakers worked BLSD — before labor - saving devices. What housewife wouldn't rather wash and iron every day. with aid of her appliances, than bend over a scrub-board once a week and iron with fiat irons heated over a wood-burning stove? What housewife wouldn't rather go over the whole house with a vacuum cleaner, no matter how often, than tackle the job less frequently with nothing but mop, broom, scrub b-t-usb and elbow grease'.' What housewife wouldn't rather prepare a buffet supper for 30 with the aid of an automatic stove, a freezer, a gadget to grind up garbage, and an electric dishwasher, than to have a dinner for a few without any of these mechanical helpers? Let's not kid ourselves. We may keep busy, but we aren't beat by housework. Just consider how young we , women look for our-agcs today., j compared with women of the! An mvilation was read to the same age in the good, old, daysji^' i s s i o n California Coimcil of the washboard and the old: breakfast May 23 at the Royal I Mrs. Clark Gives Program On Bali Mrs. Erna Clark, wlio w leave in September for her third trip around the world, showed slides of Bali to illustrate her talk on this picturesque island at this week's meeting of Xi Thcfa Beta chapter. Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Mrs. Claude C. Thompson, 122 Grove street, was hostess. Kimberly school's multi-purpose room held many exhibits of the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Brownies and Cubs Wednesday evening as their skills with crafts throughout the year were on display at the PT.A unit meeting. Highhght of the evening was the "Scouting on Parade", under the leadership of Mrs. James Glaze, youth activities chairman. A Grand March of all Kimberly Scouts opened the program which included a performance by the Girl Scout troop of "The Growing Tree Song" dedicated to Mrs. Martha Fox. principal of the school. Susan Hall of Junior Troop 9 presented a tree to be planted in her honor. Present on this occasion were Mrs. William K. Fawcett. president of San Gorgonio Girl Scout Council; Mrs. .^Ilen Brett, program chairman for the Council; and Mrs. James A. Griswold, Citrus Neighborhood chairman. The Brownie Troops sketched the "Brownie Smile Song" and Cubs of Pack 13 presented the Indian Legend with N. W. .Aucott. Cubmaster, as narrator. Charles Riegcr led Cub Pack 23 in a songfest with Mrs. Norman Ernstcin as accompanist. Luther Fisher, institutional representative, introduced H. .A. Radford, Neighborhood Commissioner of Grayback Boy Scout Council, and also the Cubmas- by Ted R. Youngerman, cub- 1. Also highUghting the unit meet-i ters and Den Mothers. Mrs. master for Pack 11 which isijng was an art display, grouped!Frank B. Tucker accompanied by art contributed by students'"'^ .^7 ''f^ ^"^/T^tl? ,^ ! musical salute and the ".Akcla Prayer" was given by Cub Pack Kimberly PTA Puts Spotlight On Scouts PTA HONORS — Mrs. John Runkel, left, pins the honorary life membership emblem on Mrs. Harold E. Robinson's jacket as the latte r this week became the second recipient of this honor awarded by the Smiley PTA unit. Mrs. Helen C. Pepper, right, earlier in the year was given this recognition in a similar ceremony. (Photo by Art Miller) Smiley PTA honor Presented To Mrs. Robinson At the May unit meeting of Smiley PT.A this week, Mrs. Harold E. Robinson was awarded the second honorary life membership given this year. Mrs. Helen C. Pepper, first recipient at the December meeting, was present to congratulate- Mrs. Robinson as Mrs. John Runkel presented the honor. Principal Floyd AUen was awarded a certificate of appreciation for his 12 years of devoted service to Smiley school sponsored by the PTA unit. Mr. Allen will become principal of the new Moore Junior High school next year. Mrs. Allen received a corsage from the Unit president, Mrs. Frank Serrao. Mr. Allen conducted the m- stallation of new officers for next year. Before the meeting, parents and teachers visited Miss Carol Steele's sixth grade science fair. of individual rooms. Mrs. Robert Kahl was chairman of the committee for preparing this collection. Morris Durham was assisted by Mrs. Durham in the program of music presented by the school orchestra and band which included a particular favorite, a pizzicato number. 24, Harold Leeming, Cubmaster. Finale Taps was by Bruce Billhardt of Troop 7. Mrs. Donald Billhardl. unit president, welcomed the parents and guests present and introduced Mrs. Norris Aardapple, Mariposa school PT.A president for next year. Mrs. Glaze was assisted by committee members Mmcs. Luther Fisher, J. C. Panelli, Lewis 0. Mertz. Allen E. Brett and H. A. Radford. Social hour hostesses wers Mrs. Warner E. Rogers, hospitality chairman; Mmes. George Phillips. Leslie Platz, Don Higdon, Robert Gose, Philip Loge, Eugene Bolll. Edward Skomal, Verne Holmes, Joseph Enarson and Lee Fulmcr. PLANNING "PINK LADIES" — Packing samples to be given as favors to their guests at the Redlonds Community Hospital Auxiliary's coffee and cord party next Wednesday at the Contemporary club are, from left, Mmes. Eug ene E. Ball, Thomas Rundle, William Holcombe, Don C. Clem, Roy Andersen, John C. Boyd and Rex E. K ire her. "Pink Ladies" will be hostesses from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and invite all women who can to (oin them at that time. Proceeds from the affair will be used for their annual Nursing Scholarship. (Daily Facts photo) Tragedy Of "Macbeth" Ends UR Drama Season On Stirring Note AAUW LITERATURE SECTION MEETING I The Literature section i AAUW will meet Monday :7:30 p.m. at which time Mrs.jd^le home. Zeta Rhos At Installation The inslallatin meeting for Zeta Rho chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority was conducted this week at llie home of Mrs. Boyd A. Johnson. 12162 Seventeenth street, Yucaipa, wiih Mrs. A, Howard Kopperdale as co-hoslcss. Mrs. Robert M. Scott installed Mrs. Harry U. Whalen, president: Mrs. George E. Coe, vice president: Mrs. Stephen J. Carroll, treasurer: Mrs. Mason B. Watson, recording secretary. Mrs. Scott will serve as civil defense chairman. .'\ family picnic was plamied 'for May 16. starting at 2 p.m. in Sylvan Park, and the last "'meeting of the year will be a atlpotluck dinner at the Kopper- ' oaken bucket. VOTES HIMSELF QUINCY, 111. (UPI) —JIas-or Wes Olscn performed duties Monday by breaking a 7-7 city council deadlock on an important measure. His lie-breaking vote meant his salary will be hiked from S9.000 a year to 512,000. Adventist Services REDLANDS SEVENTH-DAY At the business meeting, it; ADVENTIST was announced that (he next ; meeting, Jlay 20, would be the last of the year. The program will be a surprise, followed byj installation of officers. ; Hostesses yesterday were MENTONE SEVENTH-DAY Mmes. Herbert A. Jlills, Frank-, ADVENTIST lin D. Postle and .Arthur .A.i 1144 Olivine. Tahitian in Ontario. Seven members of the chapter will attend the Beta Sigma Phi convention in Palm Springs May 12-16. The next chapter meeting. May 18, will be the mother- daughter installation dinner at the home of Mrs. L. E. Nelson. "Hamlet". "Romeo and Ju!i-;pression — from victor lo van-;Dorothy H Brenan will give the ", "The Merchant of Venice" I quished in one terrifying mo-i. 3,,^ 'j^j..^ ^ ICABRINI ALTAR ment. And m the plays final' ° " ' GOLD STAR MOTHERS CONDUCT MEMORIAL 320 Brooksido avenue Elder Ben L. Hassenptlug Sabbath school 9:30. Morning worship 10:50. and now "Macbeth" continues the impressive series of Shake- peare epics chosen by the Uni- I'ersity of Redlands department of drama to conclude its last four drama seasons. "Macbeth" opened an eight- performance schedule last evening in the Little Theatre on the Zanja with an unusually smooth opening night success, if such a violent piece of stage machinery as this can possibly be referred to as "smooth". The imaginative and ingenious touch of directors Albert and Bertha Johnson, whose former accomplishments in the field of .At their Wednesday meeting. Redlands Gold Star Mothers look part in a memorial for Maudine Turtle, recently deceased. Lj'da Sparks, chaplain. draped the charter in Mrs. Tur-| Shakespeare have been brought tie's memory. First Vice Prcsi-ito the attention of a vast au- dcnt Margaret Hann reported Jdience via the medium of a ma- on the Department of California;jor television network, is again 'Convention in Long Beach. anWiniquely inserted into this pro' event of last week attended by duction. scene, with his frenzied cry, "Lay on, Macduff," he confronts his inevitable fate with one last surge of hopeless bravery. The supporting cast is a large and excellent one with John Puckett's Macduff, Robert McLaughlin's Banquo and John Boyd's Duncan outstanding. How the groundlings of the Elizabethan era would have loved the U.R. production's witches! Supposed to be foul hags, "grinning and capering in obscene dances", they can hardly over-do the caricature aspects of their roles—especially considering the contents of their bubbling cauldron! The Johnsoni witches are exquisitely rcpul -j sivc. They are portrayed by Rosemary Inslee, Marcia Wil- 12400 Douglas street, Yucaipa, will be hostess with Miss Edith Beat as co-hostess. To reach the Rogers home, members should go east on Yucaipa boulevard to Douglas which is the second street after the last stop sign, then turn right on Douglas. SOCIETY PARTY Altar Society of St. Frances X. Cabrini church in Yucaipa will sponsor a card party next Wednesday in the parish hall, 12687 California street, Yucaipa. The public is welcome and dessert will be served at 12:30 p.m. Cards of the players' choice will be played. Gregory. NAVY MOTHERS TO INSTALL MONDAY Navy Jlothers club board members met this week with Mrs. George Foster to make fin; al installation plans. Installation •will be Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the American Legion clubhouse, West State street. South-Eastern :.-\rea officers will meet in Redi lands June 8 for a noon potluck i luncheon at the Southern Cah- ifornia Edison Company. Jlelvin Turner, pastor. Sabbath school. 9:30. Jlorning worship 11:00. ILOMA LINDA SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST HILL CHURCH W. K. Chapman, pastor, H. E. Beltz Jr., associate pastor. Sabbath school. 9:30 Saturday. Young people, 7:30 p.m. Friday. Services translated for deaf. I Mrs. Hann, Oriska Bender,| The new quartz Ughting adds|son, Carol Oshita, Christine I Grace Stahl and Emma Dorn-j immeasureably in dramatizing bach. Hostesses this week were the darkness of the "Macbeth" Mrs. Frederick Huish and Mrs. Dornbach. The May 20th social meeting will be at the Huish home. THE UNIVERSITY SEVENTH- DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH atmopshere, serving to highlight the flashes of events during the night of horror and its continued darkening crises. Dominating the cast with her GRAND SLAM i strong portrayal of Lady Mac- HUNTSVILLE. Tex. (UPI) is Virginia Aguilar who ex- A Jerscv cow owned bv farmeri P""^^*^^ malicious greed of Dewey Grissom had a bovine i"^^ power-hungry queen with the firand slam, which occurs oniyl^J'^^'""^ ^'go"" striking lonce in several hundred Uious-i P°'^*'- ^'"^ speaks with round, and births. 1 clear tones, nicely pitched and DELIGHT MOTHER-x with See our most complete gift line /|\ J E w E I. E » Across from Redlands Federal 7 No. 5th Street Redlands smgle calf in 1963, and triplets Corner Central and San Ber-j —"Eeny." "Meeny." and "Mo' Troubles" in 1955. The sire is a Santa Gertrudis bull. The'cow had twins in 1962, ^"^^^^^ P'''^^^^'^',.!?^^!!!"^ nardino streets, Loma Linda. Charles W. Teel, pastor. Saturday services, 9:15, Sabbath school. Worship service, 10:50. Vespers, Saturday afternoon. YUCAIPA SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST 35225 Ave. .A (at Adams) i Lawrence Scott, pastor, j Sabbath school 9:30. ! Morning Worship 10:50 Sat' urday. Missionary Volunteers, 7:30 p. m. (Friday). CALIMESA SEVENTH-DAY ; ADVENTIST Fourth and Myrtlewood drive. Sabbath school 9:30 a.m. Morning worship 11:00 a.m. 7:30 youth group. 7:30 Wednesday prayer meeting. MAKt FRIENDS A Iou(d voice doesn't carry more authority than a moderate one. formation from the strong- willed, determined plotter of the foulest treachery to the tormented shell of a human driven mad by guilt is deftly managed. Richard Place, the vacillating Macbeth — proud, ambitious, noble at heart but susceptible to the proddings of opportunity — is best in his moments of strength and security. He is and must be the daring Thane of Glamis — brave and loyal—whose treachery is nurtured by the welcome goading of his wife-accomplice. Surprisingly, somehow, it is not the famous "dagger" sob quoy in which he reaches a pinnacle of dramatization, but rather m his resignation in "Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow" as he learns of the death of the Queen. With his hallucination of the ghost of Banquo in the banquet scene, he again creates a strong im- Johnson, Leslie Reile, Nancy Hart, Barbara Badham, Janey Place and Carol Shilkett. Completing the east are Dennis Robmson, Harvey Holt, Jim Price, James Watson, Jon Parmenter, Jan Rue, John Weston, Mike Pugh, Elice Higginbotham., Jerry Owens, Betty Renton and Sharon Held. Joan Nelson's work with cos- tummg is most effective as is Michael Moore's music, c 0 m- posed and recorded for this production. Much detail work has been; handled with great care and the'; production staff deserves particular credit. "Macbeth" will be repeated tonight and tomorrow night at 8:15 and again next Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at the same time. Two matinees are scheduled, one for tomorrow and another next Saturday at 2 p.m. Ticket information may be obtained by contacting Betty Garnsey, drama depart- m e n t secretary, telephone 793-2121, Ext. 256. A Umited number of seats are available for each nerformance. remember MOTHER'S DAY MAY 9th GIVE Sampler NATALIE SINGS HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Andre Previn has written three new songs for Natalie Wood to smg in her new movie, "Inside Daisy Clover." Her favorite box of gift chocolates $2.15 lb. WINN'S Daily 8-9 DRUG STORE Sunday 9-5 Corner Colton and Orange 793-2804 FREE PARKING AND GIFT WRAP S & H GREEN STAMPS PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY-FREE IN REDLANDS ALSO in Mentone, if phoned before 4 p. m.
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