Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 12, 1965 · Page 3
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cci'etif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Bonnes Meres Name Officers For Nexf Term Election of new officers was the major business of tlie day Mary Yroman To Present Organ Recital Sunday Mary Vroman, organ student of Kathryn K. James, will be when Bonnes Meres Auxiliary of:assisted by her sister, Margarthe Children's Home Society had jet, violinist, in a recital to be Guihrie To Be Guest Conductor At U.R. Band's Anniversary Concer James K. Guthrie, one of the most versatile conductors in America today, will be guest conductor of the University of Redlands band during its anniversary concert at 4 p.m., Sunday, May 16 in Memorial Chapel. The San Bernardino musician and newspaper publisher is musical director of tlie Ballet of Los Angeles and the Riverside Symphony and this summer will its May meeting this week atjpresented Sunday afternoon at] conduct three productions of op- the home of Mrs. A. Gordon 14 o'clock in the First Congrega- era and light opera at the Red- Reynolds, Arroyo road. jtional church. lands Bowl. Mrs. Robert Van Roekel will! The recital is in partial ful- suceed Mrs. Edgar F. Losee as fiHment of requirements for a, _ president for the 1965-66 term.! 10th year Certificate of Meritiharmonic, the Los Angeles Phil- Mrs. Richard A. Mulligan is vice'from the Music Teachers Asso-i harmonic, Uie Vancouver Sym- president; Mrs. Donald F.|elation of California. iphony, the Pittsburgh Sym- Moreland, recording secretary;' The program will include se-iPhony, tlie Standard Symphony Mrs. William C. Buster Jr., cor-|leclions by Bach, Handel. Vieux-|and the San Jose Symphony. For responding secretary; and Mrs.!temps, Foss. Daquin, Karg-El-jlO years he served as assistant Robert D. Schulze, treasurer, ert, Purvis. Franck and Dubois.!conductor at the Hollywood Mrs. Van Roekel reported an A reception will follow in Kim-JBowl and later became chief increase of 14 new associate i berly hall. : conductor of opera there and at members this year. 1 Mary and JIargaret are the''''^ Angeles Greek Theater A report on the Council ol daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Wil -I An alumnus of the Uni JAuxiUaries meeting held recent-'bur Woman, 624 Alvarado!of Redlands. Guthrie now serves Guthrie has served as guest conductor of the New York Phil- be offered in the closing concert of the season, announces acting director Dennis Layne. The band will present "Ein Hel- denleben" by Richard Strauss; "Italian in Algiers," by Rossini; "Petit Suite," by Debussy and a new work for band, "Prelude and Fugue" by Vaclav Nelhybel, plus a variety of other numbers. Diana Miller, clarinet soloist, will perform Rabaud's "Solo de Concours." The traditional banquet for band members and tlieir parents will follow the concert. Guihrie will be guest speaker at the event in the University Commons. Sociedad's Anniversary To Redlands Daily Facts Wed., May 12, 1965 -3 Alpha Sigma Pi Actives Guests Of Alumnae Alpha Sigma Pi actives of the University of Redlands were guests of Alpha alumnae chapter for a luau Monday evening at the Robert Covington home, Country Club drive. The group was seated around the poolside for the evening's entertainment. Mrs. William F. N a n c e, president, extended greetings from the alumnae while Karen Richards, active chapter president, responded for the guests. The actives joined in singing a group of songs. Women Golfers' Choice Scores Due By Friday Friday is tlie final day on which women golfers may turn m choice scores and a crisscross tournament has also been scheduled for tliat day at the Country club. Platter Day winner last Friday was Mrs. Karp Stockton. Results of play in Class .\ were: Mrs. Stockton, 85-14-17, low gross; Mrs. Fred Nichols, 94-19-75, first low net; Mrs. John Hart. 87-11-76. and Mrs. H. A. sorority'P'tkin, Sl-15-76, tied for tecond. Class B: Mrs. Lewis McKco, Mrs. Paul D. Bowie was 9'-22-75. low gross; Mrs. .Albert named new president of the Wincher, 9S-20-7S. and Mrs. Rob- alumnae group during a busi-ert Scholton, 101-23-78, tied lor ness session following the luau .l «>'st low net; Mrs. Austm We^h, Serving with her will be Mrs. 101-21-80. L ^econd. B vi J. J C „ J ^vii '^'^i^ce, vice president; Miss! Class C: Mrs. Jack Wa.shburn, e INOTea oUnaayiPaula Blankenshlp, recording 101-25-76, low gross; Mrs. Ed- auu dt , 'secretary; Mrs. John R. Bruck-win Banla, 102-20-76, first low rheater. Sociedad Protectora Femenil.jrt Jr., corresponding secre-jnet; Mrs. Fred Howard, 102-24- j ,,pr ,i,,,Inc-. a woman's organization, (^g^y: Mrs. Howard Hurlbut Jr.. 178. second; Mrs. Howard Dick- I will celebrate its third anmver- 1, r- r.- T... - - • MR. AND MRS. LARRY P. HUlZINGA Photo by E. J. Franken \-roman, 624 Alvaradolof Redlands. Guthrie now serves!"'" >-^"="""'= "f "'""/""'^/'-'treasurer; Jlrs. George K. John -iPrWi 'flV'^ssn "•JhirH' ly in Corona was made by Mrs. street. jon the board of trustees of liisi^.^'^y ^""aay ^itn day-long te.s- I. Hunter Crittenden. She: Mary performed in the areaja'^^ mater. , ,„,,,,„„^„ „„„ c,.,,„ '~"„immi announced the Open House at 10th year recital in the Univer-| An outstanding program will| ^'^^ ^^'^"^ ^^^'•^ and pubUcity. the new Children's Home Soci-!sity of Redlands chapel last ety offices at 3662 Fourteenth {Sunday. She is one of three street in Riverside for May 261 young organists selected to play from 3 to 5 p.m. to which the,in the Southern California Jun- public is invited. Bonnes Meres ;ior Bach Festival in Los An- has donated 12 folding chairs asgeles May 23 and is one of four its contribution in helping to from the entire state who will furnish the new building. i play for the Master Organ Class Mrs. Crittenden's Council re-if ^t^te convention of the port revealed that in 19S4. es'^^^^ic Teachers Association in children were adopted througl [he Riverside-San Bernardino , I Fresno next month. Margaret is a violin student More Space for Clothes , . .r, son, loan chairman, and Mrs.; n ^-^s. D- Mrs Stanlpv I'air- tivilies m American Legion Post Ray chanman file chairman^- •ooii ''^""'^^ 106 clubhouse, 820 West Si^ie ^'i^"'"''" banks 110-28-82 low gross; .Mrs I publicity. I Harold Hartwick, 116-40-76, first The Society will have initia-' P'ans were made for a brunch low net; Mrs. Robert Hatfield, tion at 11 am followed by""^ graduating seniors;ii7-35-82, second; Mrs. Garn If your closet is small, a re-liuncheon at l'p.'m. During the ^'^""^ f „^ husbands Haycock, 113-29-84. third. volviiig clothes rack such as those I afternoon and evening, niem-P^^^ '° ''^ --• used in department stores willibers, their husbands and guests] Luau chairman was Mrs. mings, Ted Schmidtmann, Don- help you to save space. These!will enjoy entertainment, music;Johnson. Other alumnae present aid C. Keel, Paul Ulmer. Rob- now are available in size small and dancing. jwere Mmes. Covington, .Nance, ert Rigney, Raymond Wilson; enough to permit you to double The affair is open to the pub-{Bowie, Bruckart, Hurlbut, Rob- and the Misses Susan Schultz, your present clothes-hanging ca- lie who may obtain admission'ert Zeich, Earl Minnick, Law- Barbara Healey and Dixie pacity. 'tickets at the door. irence DePeel. Jack B. Cum- Grant. {County office, an increase of 5o!of John Golz, member of the {per cent in one year. LargestjU.R. music faculty. She has source of referrals was from;been a member of the violin i private physicians and sociar section of the University-Com! agencies. Total income from munity Symphony Orchestra for 1 Riverside-San Bernardino Coun-;lour years and has played in I cil for the year 1964 was almost the U.R. Chamber Orchestra ; 512,600. an increase of S500 over and Opera Workshop Orchestra. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Van Swe-1 bridegroom's best man and ush-ihe preceding year. { Both girls are seniors at Redden came from Belmont. Mich.,{ers were Larry Van Groiiw and Speaker at the Auxiliary meet- ^ands High school and are mem-! to attend their daughter Mary's I Herm Huiskes. , introduced by Mrs. bers of the orchestra and string; wedding to Larry P. Huizingai Little Debra Lynn Visser, Lei Platz program chairman '"I'lartet, Mary playing the viola. April 30. the nuptials solemnized:niece of the bride, was flower ^^.g^. Yohn W Jones manager oi^°"^ also sing in the RHS Con-! at 8 o'clock in Bethany Re-girl. structural inte<'rity for Lockheed cert ^hoirand are members of Huizinga-Van Sweden Nuptials Read In Bethany Reformed Church formed church Mr. Van Sweden gave daughter in marriage to the sonceremony which was attended Rev. Donald Weemhoff, pa.stor p,,io„ ,.ompanv. His topic "^e First Baptist church L. his ol the church, performed the .^.^^ ..Geological Earth Struc- "'e Sunday recital,^ choir. Mary , tures in Their Relationship to "^i" accompany Margaret's vio- of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Huizinga, by 75 guests. Palms and cande- :£3j .(|,jn,ai^es'. """"'ers on the piano. 34783 Knarr road. Yucaipa. labra were used in decoration. „, , ' „ „f ,u„ She wwe a wedding dress of. Mrs. M. K. Feenstra was at'. T^-^ hUn nf,^.|'' CL' I Uf white lace over satin, street the church organ and Andy Van: ^Lt^^'^l^'^.Z^l: Shirley WirZ length with satin bow at the Voorthuysen was soloist for the "'^ f M -i waistline. Her short lace veil wedding- Service. Co-hostesses with Mrs. was a white orchid, surrounded j by white stephanotis. Mrs. Judy Visssr, also of Bel- newlyweds left for a weekend mont, was her sister's matron!honeymoon in Santa Barbara, of honor, wearing a pale orchid!They are now at home in Yu- colored brocade street length caipa. dress. She carried an arrange-| The bride, who has been mak- ment of vanda orchids surround-ling her home in Redlands with ed by orchid lace. ian aunt, Mrs. C. W. De Witt, Raymond Huizinga was the 22 East Highland avenue, grad- |ualed from high school in Michigan and is now employed by the Aetna Casualty and Surety Company in San Bernardino. The bridegroom is a Redlands High school graduate and is currently employed at the Yucaipa Bakery. A reception followed in the! Reynolds for this week's meet-; church parlors, after which thepng^ere Mrs. John M Hatfield Yucaipa Valley Art Show To Open Saturday Judges have been selected and entries continue to be submitted as plans for the first annual all- valley art show, to be held! Saturday and Sunday in Yucaipa! Valley Recreation District Park.! near completion. and Jlrs. Howard A. Hill. Yucaipa School District Music Festival Friday The Yucaipa School District will hold its first annual elementary and junior high school music festival on Friday evening at 7 o'clock in the Y'ucaipa High school Gym. The program will be open to tlie public. The festival is expected to have between 300 and 400 chil- tlren participating in choral and instrumental music according to Charles E. Gold, district music teacher. Joining wilh the Yucaipa Jun- Honor Guest At Bridal Shower Shirley Wirz. June 4th bride- elect of Alan Noble, was honor guest at a miscellaneous bridal shower last evening for which Mrs. Burt Murray. 675 Marion road; Mmes. Larry Steele. Gwenda Atkinson, Lcs Collins and Paul Steele were hostesses. .Among the 45 guests were Mrs. Sam Wirz and Mrs. Robert Massongil, mother and grandmother of the honoree; and Mrs. Robert Mulder, sister of her fiance. A blue and white color tiieme was used with a double wedding ring cake centering the tea table. Tiny umbrellas were used as favors. A book was presented to the bride-to-be. the contents of which depicted episodes in her life New Crafts Class Offered {ByYWCA Included in the panel of judges' ..\ crafts cla..:s specializing in ior High school band and chorus! from infancy to the time of her will be Gaylorri D. Richmond papier machc jowclcry is being will be the choral and instru-^ engagement. Each guest WTuto a and Buddy Fisher of P a I m offered beginning .May 11 at 9;30 mental groups from Calimesa. message to her on a page ol Springs, and William P. fBill) a.m. at tife YWCA in Redlands.:Dunlap. and Yucaipa clemcn-^the book on which her gift en-' Krehm of Banning. Richmond, The spon .soring group, the tary schools. ; closure card was also pasted, served as Dean of Fine .Arts at newly organized "Y'Wives", and Each group will perform un-: Prizes for games played were: Yale University from 19:!6 to the "teacher, Mrs. Richard R.jder its own director and wiil|Won by Mrs. Lcs Collins and' 1946, and director and curator Ilolcchck, invite the public to!lhen combine in massed choral!i^Irs. Ross Miller, nf arts at Los Angeles .'\rt Insti- attend. A nursery will be pro-;and instrumental numbers.: tute from 1947 to 1952 and.vided wilh a nominal charge to president of the Desert Art Cen-,non-members of the "Y". ter in Palm Springs from 1954 to; The class will continue until 1961. He is presently professor the vacation months and resume of art at College of the Desert:in the Fall. The Y'WCA building in Palm Desert. iis at the corner of Olive and Fisher has been a collector,jCajon. dealer and lecturer in fine arts for the last 24 years. He presently owns and operates Fisher Gallery in Palm Springs. The third judge, William P. (Bill) Krehm, a former Los Angeles resident, was an active member of the California Arts club. Painters and Sculptors Club of Los .Angeles, Artists of the Southwest, and Laguna .Art Association. .A well-known artist in his own right. Krehm is best known for his landscape paintings. All valley artists and students are invited to participate in the show which is under sponsorslii ]i: of the Yucaipa Valley Park and Recreation District. Works ioi the adult, student and profes-! sional divisions will be judged, separately, with awards to be' given for landscapes, portraits and still-life paintings. Entry forms and additional information may be secured from Mrs. Harlan Kabeary. general chairman, or Mrs. George Estopinal. classification and entry committee chairman. Mrs. Estopina! replaces Mrs. George Sego who resigned because of illness. Spearheading the two-d a y show, which will be held around the swimming pool in the park, is local artist Richard Lapham. A "first-nighter" at many art exhibits in the surrounding area, Lapham feels there is a definite need for an art league in Y'u- caipa. "If as much interest is shown in this valley exhibit as we anticipate, the next stop could well be formation of an art association in Yucaipa Valley."; Lapham states. "We have thej artists, we have ideas for a gal-; lery, now all we need is a{ 'showing of hands' and we'll be on our way." The exhibit opens at 1 p.m. Saturday with works on display until 5 p.m. The same hours will be observed on Sunday. Teachers involved in the plan -:cLERGY WIVES ning of the music festival arej Mrs. Dorothy Wallis (Calimesa) IMEET TOMORROW Mrs. Ruth Dickey (Dunlap) Redlands Area Clergy Wives Earie Abbott (Yucaipa Elemen-|will meet tomorrow morning at tary), Robert Carter (Yucaipa Junior High), and Mr. Gold. 9:30 at the home of Mrs. Jack Mottweiler, 26 Dale lane. eyelets... the cool approach to summer "Air conditioning" eyelets for cool sunnmer strategy ... in shadowy black or navy cotton batiste. Choose between the scooped neckline style with sheath skirt, back zipper, in sizes 10 to 20 or the scooped neckline style with jewel buttons and gored skirt. Sizes 10 to 20: \2i to 22 -f. 12 .98. Pin Money Shop. Ask for "S&H" Green Stamps with Cosh Purchoses and Down Payments NOW SHOP HARRIS' MONDAY AND FRIDAY 9:30 A. M. TO 9 P. M. - OTHER DAYS 9:30 A.M. TO 5:30

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