Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 14, 1965 · Page 3
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At the last meeting of the Greenspot Woman's club, a history of the club from its incep (ion October 4, 1929 to May 1, 1965, was read by Mrs. Hurl B Johnson who prepared it. The club was organized by Mrs. George W. Rollins, longtime resident of the Greenspot area, now of Yucaipa. and the first meeting was held October 4, 1929 at the Greenleaf school on North Garnet avenue. Mentone. The 14 charter members were Mrs. Rollins, who served as first president; Mmes. Otto Krull, John Dayton Sr., R. S. South worth, Ralph Howell, William Boyce, Earl Beasley. George Heath, Chet Lenimon, Dick Hopper. William While, Convad Wedberg. W. J. Rolfe, and Harold Woolverton. From 1929 to 1944 the club T,i f ., , 1 , , •, 11- .met at the Greenleaf school The lo<h anniversary of ihelche.slra opened ,Is membership,^^.^^ ^^^^^j^^^^ ^^.^j, founding of the bniversily otto include talented amateur and p .p ^ Greenleaf Rediands-Community Symphony: professional adull musicians notj -j^^, / {^^^ ^^ p^^. Orchestra, one of the oldest in | only from Redlands but also BARBARA JONES ERWIN RUFF Choir To Join University-Community Symphony In Anniversary Concer Greenspof Club' lYomen Review 35-Year History By H. Y. REYNOLDS Southern California, will be ob- ser\ed with a concert ne.\t Wed- from tiie entire area. From its inception. the or- lands school district, the club members voted to hold their meetings in the homes of mem- nesday in Memorial Chapel atjchestra grew in a few years to^^^^^ continued until 8:15 p.m. i a symphony of major proportion For the anniversary concert,|and importance. tlie orchestra will present two major works, Brahms' Sym- Three important philosophies which still undergrid the devel- phony No. 2 in D Major andiopincnt of the organization are: a cantata by Ralph Vaughanito afford talented musicians a Williams, "Dona Nobis Pacem,'' announced Dr. Edward C. Tritt, conductor. chance to participate in a full; symphonic ensemble, to enable I them to perform some of the 1949 when the new Boy Scout building on North Amethyst ave nue became available. Here the club has continued to hold its meetings up to the present time Many worthwhile projects were consummated. There was an active Garden Section, sub- Redlands Daily Facts Friday, May 14, 1965 >- 3 Touring Ballet Theatre Due Here Sunday Pacific Ballet Theatre, which will appear in Redlands for thejnity room of Security First Na- Mrs. Roberts To Head Jaycee Wives Club Officers for next year were elected when Jaycee Wives met Tuesday evening in the commu- first time Sunday afternoon at 2:15 in Clock auditorium on the high school campus, performed before a capacity audience last weekend on a visit to Santa Maria, This is one of the six professional ballet companies in America today going on tour and the only professional company in the nation bringing ballet largely to non-metropolitan communities. The company of 30 dancers includes veterans of many inter- tional Bank. They are Mrs. George R. Roberts, president; Mrs. Jack Sharpe, vice president; Mrs. Robert D. Miller, secretary; Mrs. David F. Barnes, treasurer; Mrs. Lynn .'\. Choatc, ways and means chairman; Mrs. Larry A. Lanterman, pub- Ucity chairman, and Mrs. Lawrence W. Jones, hospitality chairman. Installation is scheduled for June 8 at the King's Table and nationally known ballet groups i will be preceded by dinner. Jlrs. and is headed by Andrei Tre- j Lanterman and Mrs. Barnes are maine. formerly a member o( | chairmen. The University Concert Choir:best orchestral literature from; scriptions to mag azines were the Ballet Russe de Monte Cario. From their repertoire of more than a score of originally costumed classic and romantic ballets, they have chosen to' dance Act II of "The Nutcracker" and .Act III of "Sleeping Beauty", both favorites with audiences the world over. They will also present the sparkling "Katinka and the Matchmaker", premiered with great success in Los Angeles last year. Tickets are on sale at the Harris Company store and will also be available at the box office Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mario J. Cesario and Mrs. Glenn H. Clioate were hostesses for the Tuesday evening meeting. CHURCH SOCIETY LEADERS - Newly installed officers for the First Methodist church W.S.C.S. are, seated, Mrs. Wiilard A Schurr, left, honorary president; and Miss Ella Waterhouse, president. Standing, from left, are AArs. Wilbur Schowalter, treasurer; Mrs. L. B. Fisher, first vice president; Mrs. Lewis B. Ham men, recording secretary, and Mrs. Carrol Coons, vice president. (Photo by Art Miller) choir, and Barbara Jones, so-]lie performances at no charge prano. I for admission, explained Dr. The concert will be followed Tritt. the founder, by a reception in Walchorn Hall During the ensuing years, 72 for the musicians, their families solo artists have been featured, and the public. j university students have been During the past concert sca-itrained to continue professional- First Methodist WSCS Announces New Officers Miss Ella Waterhouse was in-lbership cultivation; Mrs. Tyler,May 25 to which those attend- Job's Daughters Parents Club At Steak Fry II was devoted to knitting and sewing, for which the club received a citation for excellency ^L'l'iriPra\L^"a1ri^ w ^Hh^' c fo"" 3 second term as! Morris, missionary education! ing should bring a sack lunch fthf honpfiK went to the asaI president of the Women 's Soci -iand service; Mrs. R. N. Buland.' rohn /lZe ircripVTchlie^^^ Service of First! program materials; Mrs. R. E. Colina home foi ciippled enn i j^jj^^.^^ ^^^.^^ the; Petersen, spiritual life cultiva- sun, the 85-mcmber orchestra ly in symphonic work and con- c'ren. .'Wednesday morning meeting Ition; Mrs. Charies Renin, sup- prcsentcd six programs. The; temporary composers have had While the buildmg of the bcoui ^ Sgrvin" with her will be Mrs ' ply work. musicians, University students, their works premiered. House was spearheaded by the: ^ g pij,,^,. p.-^,; ^^^^^^ Andersen. L. and adults from the area. havc| '•Special recognition for the; committeemen of Toop 10, BbA:^,^^^,. ^cwis B. Hammen.Ki Matthews and Paul Linn, lo- devoted each Wednesday evc-lsuccess of the symphony mu<ti the club worked closely 'Jie ^.^^^^^.^^^ secretary; l\lrs. Wil- and paper and pencil. Panelists Give Music Teachers Program With Gwen Roberts of San Bernardino as chairman, a panel of music teachers spoke to members of Redlands Music Teachers Association during the Wednesday meeting at the home of Muriel J. Spelman, 20 East Cypress avenue. Everton Stidham, voice teacher from San Bernardino, stressed in his talk the importance for a singer to have a good accompanist. Eunice Parents club of Job's Daugh-..Northrup. piano and voice teach- ters bethel were guests of Mr.jer, emphasized that a voice and Mrs. William Cox for a i coach should be able to speak Wednesday evening steak fry.|in four languages and to trans- Robert Dillon reported that the pose, bethel drill team is preparing! Miss Roberts compared voice ning lo rehearsals. For some of go to the hundreds of musicians! project, contributing over S4.000 |^^^^ Scliowaltcr,'treasurer. the adult musicians, this has who have passed through the meant weekly ti'lps in excess of membership, as well as tothose 100 miles. !who have been with the orclies- Fifteen years ago. Dr. Tritt Ira for nimiy years," said Dr. reports, a small all-college or-Trill. toward it between 1948 and 1965;, the quilting section, headed by, Mrs. Joe Head, added SI.2,58, . making a grand total of S5,317j •cal church activities: Mrs. Wililiam J. Cox, publicity chair- Mrs. Robert Valentine led thejfor )rjp to Grand Bethel to science as she told how a Prayer Group in Dike Chapel jin June at Squaw Valley. The singer should take care to pre- preceding the meeting, rcadinglnext Parents club meeting wilLsent proper tones, the poem "Jly Lord Walks in,bp ^ family picnic in Sylvanj A Bach Festival was announc- !the Valleys" and giving thoughts^pari^ ji,ne 5. led for May 23 in Hancock .Audion "Daily Strength fur Daily, present Wednesday wereltoriiim at USC with Northridge Needs". .Mrs. Wiilard A. Schurr is hon-'man: iMmes. Paul Linn. J. c! orary president of the local So-. Barry. C. Paul Ulmer, Roberti Valentine, Carroll E. Wiggins,' • Ti u;^ Pinh The Mentoncl ^"^"^^ secretary posts, prank E. Bishop, LyneUe Hill, raised by the,<^l"b- Ihe .Mral™^; will be Mrs. James Piper, cam-jAlam Swenson, Dwight Johnson Woman s club f pus ministry; Mrs. W. D. Ber-, and R. E. Petersen, circle chair the Greenspot club m i-tagiiS: ,.y, Christian social relations; events which materially aided., ^ Frederick Greeley, mem-l The business people of Mentone and Redlands supported the effort generously. The site on which the Scout House is built was leased from the City of Redlands by the committeemen of Troop 10. The Greenspot club acts as sponsor for the Scouting program for both Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. IN ONE ACT — Les Weinstein and Donna Floodman in a scene from "The Apollo of Bellac," Footlighter entry in the recent Tournament of One Acts at Riverside. The play will be repeated Monday evening for Evening Auxiliary members and guests following their dinner meeting at the Contemporary Club. Van Loan Pupils To Present Piano Recital Miss Vera Van Loan, mem ber of the Music Teachers As Greenspot Scouting began in'sociation of California, will pre- , Messrs. and Mmes. Roy Hughes,joffcring a scholarship for the The closing prayer was given iW.B. Bradley, Leo Daun, Jamesjbest senior performers, by Mrs. Arthur Miller, aftcriR. Starbuck, Eugene R. John-! Vera Van Loan announced that which luncheon was served inj.son, Joseph Enarson, James E.JRussel Sherman of the Univcr- Weeks hall by Rebekah Circle jSarrett, Cox, Ray L. Weaver,!sity of Arizona would conduct a under the chairmanship of Mrs. Robert T. Dillon; and Mrs. Wil-jMastcr Class in Redlands July Alma Swenson. Ham Williams. 1 19. 1944 with Cub Pack 136, headed by Forest Ranger Lynn Horton sent her pupils in a piano recital tomorrow evening at 7:30 as Cubmaster and Mrs. Bruce in the tea room of the Contem- Bushnell as den mother. Members of Cub Pack 136 eventually formed the nucleus of Troop 10. Among other projects was the purchase by the club of 600 pine porary clubhouse. Solos and duels will be performed by the young pianists. Playing will be Ana Mae Van .Attcna, Jana Gaastra, Mike Dun Mrs. Buland conducted the installation ceremony and also the pledge service when all joined in reading the six pledges. Mrs. Ulmer conducted a memorial service for the 10 members of the group who died during the year. Mrs. WiUiam R. Detrick sang a solo to close this service, accompanied by Mrs. Louis Rabcnstein. Mrs. Frank Booth was introduced as a guest during the business meeting. The rummage sale, scheduled for May 21-22, was brought to the attention of the members as was the District Workshop at University Methodist church trees which the hoys of Troop! keriey, Nancy \^an jviee eren, 10 planted in the spring of 1951!Linda Buoye, Debbie Mulligan, under Forestry personnel. Aj Peggy Sturges Roberta Glass. Scout was sent to the Newport! Louise Webb. Christine McDon- Beach Jamboree in 1953 ana aid; Gary Lewis, Jack DeHoog. projects loo numerous to men-' Barry Grittcrs, Burt Smgle- Venturists To Install In June arricd out by the club. Footlighters To Entertain Auxiliary \ ^^^^ y/omen Hear Talk On Venture club of Redlands met I for election of officers Wednesday evening at Smiley library. Elected were Vclia Regalado, "The Apollo of Bellac", a one-| Auxiliary to the Contemporary art play adapted by Maurice club, X'alcncy from Jean Girandoux.i The play was the little theatre will be presented by a group of group's entry last month in the Footlighters at the Monday annual Southern California evening meeting of the Evcning'Tournament of One Act Plays • ^ I in Riverside. Donna Floodman received the "best actress" ,.„,^ _ Grittcrs. ioii have been undertaken and'ion III, Gail Van Voorthuysen, Moanie Stool, Karen Stocl. Jo .Ann Van Uffelen. Steven Foen-| stra. Sandra Cornelius. Susan! . Haindl, Marilyn Drciscszun, j P"'"'^*""'; Spilzer, vice i Elaine Knrscmcyer, Cindy Dugley, .April Haindls, Francine Shabsin. Gracie Sawyer. Joanne Fecn- stra. Donna Van Uffelen. Ardell Huiienga. Carole Van Wier- Narcotics Lt. Edward Olmos of the Redlands Police Department iJivesti-, en, Susan Simons, Shiriey Grit- gation division was .speaker allters, Cindy Gla.ss, Arnold Anas, award for her performance andlMentone Woman's club meelinglCheryl Proul and Nancy Van- Clergy Wives End Year .^::'S'^t^'^z :^^.':r."^y ^ ^^^^^^ Howard Lake was named bit actor". Direction is by Dolores Logs- best; this week, emphasizing the dan- ;er of drugs. Narcotics taken for a thrill der Meer. Guest soloist on the program iwill be Ellen Icenogle, singing favorite selections by Rogers weiler. 26 Dale Lane, for their!pas, Les Weinstein. Dick Lane, monthly coffee hour yesterday.[Nancy Shcdd and Kari Icenogle. Guest speaker for the morn-iTechnical advisor is Jodi Lugo. " • Radford.' " ' """ " in Tar;; wm ofi^ tl^ .rin -jHuizenga at the piano. duce others to take drugs. Less| than two per cent of the drug ing was Mrs. H. A. Radford.- Prior to the evening's enter-;atjtjicts ar'e cured of the habit.i Betty Ingram president of the Auxihary for|tainment. Mrs. Jack H. Krause said ! p ^_.«-J.c On Pilgrim Village, who presented!will preside at installation of, .^.^^^ ^^.^^ ^^^^ jas^ (,,„l3 megt-' iNcpUl la Wll imeresting and enlightening in- new club officers for the com- ,1^^, Installation is' C ,,nromP ^hrinP formation concerning the Village, mg year. ! scheduled for the dinner meet-i JUfJIClllc .,^111 mi- president: Edna Grenier, recording secretary: Sharron Kuite. corresponding secretary, and Terry.While, treasurer. Installation is scheduled for June IS at The Dunes in Riverside. Following the meeting, the club presented a gift to Gail Marie Nimmo w^ho will be married to John Bixler May 29 At the meeting were JImes.' David L. Soltau. W. W. Betlon, Delbert JIcLaughlin, Paul Kirk i\l. Meek and Henry Radius. The group has now adjourned for the summer months and will resume meetings in October. May 25 at 6:30 p.m. Reser- valionsarc due with Mrs. Ju- Bctty In.sram. worthy high Adventist Services REDLANDS SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST 520 Brookside avenue Elder Ben L. Hassenpflug Sabbath school 9:30. .Morning worship 10:50. MENTONE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST 1144 Olivine. IliufM TJcrUrZ uty n '''''ir' """"^M'-I "<=>^-'" Turner, pastor, lius iM. friaericn oy may -^-i, Sunreme Shnne in Mi-1 ^„uu^,u .„u „„i n.on lending Supreme Shrine in Mrs. Joseph Harriott gave the gmi. Fla.. gave her report of Sabbath school. 9:30, Morning worship 11:00. ;| Mrs. Fitzgerald I V ^ci y c /-Av^uiii tievotional this week. A special „,js conclave when Redlands! As Grand Reaent S^esl was Mrs. Earl Gnep. Jwhite Shrine met in Masonic, LOMA LINDA SEVENTH-DAY /--vj wiwiii« ixv^v, . j^gjpj decorating the club-^Vgjngsday evening. IADVENTIST HILL CHURCH W, K. Chapman, pastor. H. E. Beltz Jr., associate pastor. Sabbath school, 9:30 Saturday. Young people, 7:30 p.m. Fri- BlrfWoy W/io flas a MAY 15 — Peter Duryea Harold White Steve Merchant Rudy Lopez J. H. Jirsa Steve Worthley Erwin Kruger Frank Stitt Christopher Munoz Lawrence Duncan J. G. Blackwell Joe Williams Rowland Elliott Langdon BuchI Donovan Shepard Thaddeus Worth Happy Birthday from n E. State Ph. PY 3-2505 Mrs. Christopher Fitzgerald|"ot.se were from ''le fdens, gav will remain in office for an-'o Mrs i °^lJ _^^y ]°^J !f. preme j other term as grand regent of Court Our Lady of Lourdes. Catholic Daughters of .America, e the names of suappointments: Jack Mrs. Hurt Robinson, hostesses j-^ause, Redlands shrine, deputy for the day. ! supreme watchman of shep- Mrs. D. Ellis Crane is rep-:herds; district deputy, Helen ii^r wasTeturned' t"o office 'resenting the Mentone club atiHobbs. Ramona shrine. Banning! ^j^;. this week's meeting of the group;the current 62nd annual C.F.W.:district cUanman of member- 1 services with Miss Clara Dugan, 111 Prospect drive. Other Court officers will be . translated for the convention in Los .Angeles. Club ship, Lillian Goss. shnne of theijjgaf members Mrs. Erma Yates,:Good Shepherd. Palm Springs:! Mrs. Ead Griep and Mrs. Fri- material objective. Lillien Kin -iTHE UNIVERSITY SEVENTH Miss Marv Elkins, vice gi-andlderich attended the Cancer caid. Ml, Rubidoux, Riverside, re'enf Airs Isabelle Furtado, I Dressing school session in Mon-iall of District 13. " ' - Alma'terey Park this week. - • prophetess; Miss Mary Hyman, financial secretary; Mrs. James Howard, historian; i Mrs. Charles Durante, treasui'er; Mrs. Derral Smith, lecturer; \ Miss Margaret Engler, monitor; !Mrs. Keith Mooney. sentinal; and Mrs. Harvey Deme, organ- i ist. Mrs. M. A. Dolan and Mrs. Celeste .Arendt were elected trustees. On the noniinaling committee were Jlrs. Henry Kruse. chairman; Mmes. Frank Cridelich. Ann Kent, William Stfeit and Peter Egan. Plans ,are underway for a "Crazy Hat" party May 27 at the home of Mrs. Henry Romo, 1380 Monterey street. The annual World Missions Night will also be observed May 27 from 7 to 10 p.m. at the House of Neighborly Service. AREA GAMMA PHIS MEET IN RIVERSIDE Past worthy high priestesses and past watchmen of shepherds presented were Florence Sandefur, Dorothy Anderson, Marea Shaw, Dai Ramsey, Vera Mae Crim, Berenice Patton. Minnie Zimmer. Arthur P. Crim Jr., Tom Miley, Jack Krause, all Redlands; Rhea and Richard Brooks, Gladdis Schoolcraft, San Gorgonio shrine, San Bernardino. Memorial Night will be ob- Gamma Phis met at the Riverside home of Mrs. Ben Millikan Tuesday evening for dessert and the installation of officers for the ensuing year. Mrs. James Whitley of Riverside was in charge of the impressive ceremony. She, with Mrs. Rob-j ert Thieme of Redlands and!served at the next meeting. May Miss Joan Howard, reported on:27. (he Province Conference they attended recently on the U.C.L.A. campus, at which there were more than 200 delegates from Southern California and Arizona. Directories of the Riverside area membership and yearbooks were distributed and may be obtained from Mrs. George Ide in Redlands. The committee for the evening included Dai Ramsey, chairman; Minnie Zimmer and Mary Lou Krause, William Ramsey made the coffee. TREASURE HOUSE Y'our unused furniture or appliances wll find a ready market through Classified Ads. DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Corner Central and San Bernardino streets, Loma Linda. Charles W. Teel, pastor. Satu .rday services, 9:15, Sabbath school. Worship service, 10:50. Vespers, Saturday afternoon. YUCAIPA SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST 35225 Ave. A (at Adams) Lawrence Scott, pastor. Sabbath school 9:30. Morning Worship 10:50 Saturday. 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. weVe ready for graduation ... are you? Whife for graduation is the big fashion theme with Campus Debbers right nov/' . . . and right now is the time to choose your graduation dress from our sparkling big selection. Here's just one . . . Immaculately fresh white pique, sheath-shaped, delicately accented with frosty lace and tiny velvet bows, by Teena Paige. 5- i 5, 11.98. Campus Deb. Novf Shop Harris' Monday and Friday 9:30 a. m. to 9 p. m. — Other Days 9:30 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.

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