Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 15, 1965 · Page 3
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ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE KEAY Society Editor Miss Georgeson, Clinton Hooper Soon To Wee PARIS BOUND - Miss Jesse Peeke, left, and Miss Zuleika Yarreil, 1723 Circle drive, are shown boarding an Air France non-stop jet airliner for Paris where they will begin on extended vacation. (Air France photo) Ballet Theatre Provides Rare Opportunity For 14 Local Dancers The invaluable experience o[|son and Connie Haugen are two observing and taking pari in a professional ballet company production has been made available to 14 young dancers of Bet- alternates. Andrei Tremaine, director of Pacific Ballet Theatre and former member of the Ballet Mr. and Mrs. Alver Georgeson of Kerman, Calif., recently announced the engagement of their daughter, Myrna Joyce, to Clinton Edward Hooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hooper of San Bernardino. A group of relatives and friends were guests for the announcement party at the Georgcson home. The bride-elect is a graduate nurse from Loma Linda University and attended Pacific Union College. She graduated from Fresno Union Academy. On June 1, she will begin work as a Registered Nurse at Patton State hospital. . T kJ 1 I Her fiance attended Califor- Lt/C/ I .MQjlkQr nia State Polytechnic College and was a letterman in football and basketball before graduating from high school in San Bernardino. He is now attending San Bernardino Valley College and is employed at Patton State hospital as a psychiatric technician. The couple plans an August wedding and will make their home in San Bernardino. MYRNA GEORGESON Ne\/ Officers Begin Duties For Examplars Mrs. Mary Johnson installed ty Heinberg's Classic School ofl^^^^^''^ ^''"te Carlo, reports officers during this week's meet allet in Redlands I "'^ company made 18 ap- '- - rp. „„ •„ pearances last year in the south- They wiU appear as pages ami u plans this year to dou- nLi ' H „ P -'/"p ^n "'^ible the number of performances T^li-^^iand to exiend its range into the northern area. tre makes its first appearance' in Redlands tomorrow afternoon, at 2:15 in Clock auditorium oni In addition to its repertoire of .,,••,11 r,., • iclassics. the comapnv regularly he high schoo campus. This materials. One uiU be during the performancej„f ..^atinka and of Act II. of The Nutcracker' j Matchmaker", was premiered in ' il964 and will be presented onjiand, recording secretary: Mrs. In the local group are Sharon I the Redlands program tomor-iHarold D. Rascher, treasurer, Coleman, Rista Croswell, Mary;row. The program will also in-land Mrs. Alberts, civil defense Hoefs, Sharon Rasmussen, Ju-jelude ACT III of "The Sleeping!officer. ing of Xi Kappa Alpha chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority at the home of Mrs. Richard A. Alberts, 918 Fletcher street. Co- hostess for the evening was Mrs. Robert R. WeUs. Installed were Mrs. Walt C. DalzcU, president; Mrs. Henry M. Gerner. vice president: Mrs. the I Dean 0. Garvey, corresponding secretary: Mrs. Gordon A. Alt- lia Tracy, Heidi Carver, Susan Hall, Mary Haseltine, Pam Hewitt, Elaine Hicks, Sandy Hicks, Beauty". A non-profit group. Pacific Ballet Theatre also maintains a Debbie Holmes, Allison Kuhnsjballet school where admission and Karen Oliver. Cindy Ander-iis by merit alone. Carriage Club's ollywood Bow rip July 9 Because of thp brisk ticket sale already underway. Redlands Carriage Club patrons interested in attending the Hollywood Bowl's performance by the Royal Ballet July 9 are asked | to contact the local chairman, Mrs. James C. Lewis, immediately. A bus has been chartered and many seats already reserved for the trip to Hollywood Bowl that evening, says Mrs. Lewis. The group will leave Redlands and have dinner en route to Hollywood. Dame Msrgo Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureypv head the company which is scheduled for appearances in the Los .Angeles area in late June and early July. Applications submitted for membership and transfer into Xi Kappa Alpha were accepted, to be effective immediately. They were those of Mmes. Charles Bierschbach, Gerry Van Ness, William Wilder and Delbert Williamson. Reservations were taken for the Mission California Council To Exhibif Art Af Open House Redlands artist Lucy Tafl Metzkcr, 414 Brookside avenue, will have an Open House Art Exhibit at her home tomorrow between the hours of 2 and 5 o'clock. Since her last exhibit in 1961. Mrs. Metzker has completed many new canvases which will be on view tomorrow. They consist mostly of oil paintings with some watercolors and pastels included. Mrs. Metzker is the wife of Simon C. Metzker, retired Navy officer, and she holds nin^ awards from exhibits of her work in both Riversidf and Santa Cruz counties. All art lovers of the area are invited to tomorrow's Open House. Nurses Schedule Installation Banquet Tuesday Members of District 39, California Nurses Association, are invited to have their husbands or a friend as guests at the installation banquet next Tuesday evening, 6:30 in the Casa Loma Room at the University of Redlands. Reservations are necessary breakfast meeting scheduled fori by tomorrow and may be made Mav 2.-! and committees were set [with Helen Honus, 792-1368, or up to begin work on the break-l ^I'^red Williams, =-=° fast that the chapter w^iU be hos- 793-3268. Speaker will be Miss EveljTi itessing during the next sorority I Daniel. R.N., director of nurs- 'year. i ing service and education at L. Program for the evening, pre-! A. County Hospital. pared by Mrs. E. 11. Griffin, j consisted of a review of President's Scrapbooks for the past: five years. REV. FRED JUDSON Fred Judson To Speak Af Cliurch Choir Af\ Club Monday Informal Party Univ. Methodist Groups Join In Evening Meeting Members of University Methodist church WSCS .ioined members of the evening Susanna Wesley Circle for their May general meeting with the evening circle as the hostess group. Mrs. Charles Chappel praised Mrs. Donald Schmidt for her ' service as president during the ' past two years and presented her a past president's pin. The business of the mcetinK ^flanz Piano Recital Monday Pianist Barbara Pflanz, a member of the University of Redlands School of Music faculty, will present a recital at 8:15 p.m.. Monday in Watchom HaU. Miss Pflanz, w'ho came to the University in February, wUl play Haydn's Sonata in E minor. Op. 42. Sonata in A-flat major. Op. 110 by Beethoven. Suite. Op. 14 by Bartok, Sonata No. 3 in A minor. Op. 28 by Prokofieff, and two etudes by Debussy. A graduate of tlie University 3f Pennsylvania, Miss Pflanz Following their hearsal Thursday evcnin. bcrs of the First Congrcgalion- Contemporarv Club officers' business of the meeting earned her master's degree for iqfi5-fiR will hr in^iallpH Mnn .'"cluded plans for installation of; from the University of Washing- regular re- '°' 19S566W II be installed Mon-,„„i^^^^ jgg. gg_ i 1^^^ ^^^^^.^ ^^^^ ,ne„i.,day when the club meets for; ducted during the morning w al church choir met for an hour i! fellow.ship and relaxation al the D. J. Stewart home, 533 West Highland avenue. The tenor section provided refreshments and Mrs. Theodore the last time this year at 1:30 p.m. Speaker of the dav will be- Rev. Fred Judson, graduate ofi°^''''5' ^^^^ speaker. Redlands High school and the University of Redlands who for ,., , . I the past 25 years has been pas- Lassagne hospitality chau-man.Mor of Trinity Baptist church in vor-Uarleuni .Academy of Music in ship service May 23. The annual; Salzburg, Austria and the State birthday luncheon was scheduled I Conservatory of Music in West for June 10 with Rev. Mr. | Berlin. She teaches German as was in charge of party arrangements. Mrs. Stewart had arranged a floral centerpiece for llie tea table and Mr. and Mrs. I Lassagne presided at the piuich|" bowl and coffee urn. Present w^rc Jlcssrs. and Mmes. Lassagne, Stewart. .Albert Landeros, Brandon Stanley. Lyle Christianson and J. C. Garrow; Mmes. Mary Magnusson, Richard Oliver, Frank Tucker, Chfton E. Uhlic, Sterling Woodbury, Rodney L. Cranmer, Ed Gleitsman, Gordon Fitch, Ardis Irvin, Betty Jacobs, Woodrow Magness, Robert Marks, F. Fitzgerald, Julia Hershberger. Messrs. Warren James, Leo W. Shannon, choir president; Richard Sheffer; Uie Misses Phyllis Brinkerhoff, Melinda Burns, Helen Vickroy, Linda Arlh, Mary Beckord, Barbara Galloway; Wilbur Schowalter, choir director, and Mrs. Katliryn James, organist. Santa Monica. Mr. Judson has been a mcm- her of the University of Red- elands board of trustees and has served as president of the Alumni Association. In Santa Monica, he has served on the City Council, the Community Chest and Red Cross boards, the Boy Scouts executive committee and the YMCA board. well as piano. WOMEN ACCOUNTANTS MEETING TUESDAY A meeting of California Citrus Belt Chapter of the American Society of Women Accountants is scheduled for Tuesday in the Swan Lake club room. School Choir Sings For Kingsbury PTA The Sixth Grade Choir of Kingsbury school, under direction of Mrs. Harry Suttner, presented a "Spring Program of Song" at the Unit P.T.A. meeting Wednesday evening. Jl r s. Morris Durham was the accompanist. A varied selection of songs were enthusiastically received by the audience. After the opening invocation by Mrs. Edmund Dombrowski, Mrs. C. Vincent Figgins. president, introduced her successor, Mrs. William Haite who in turn presented her new board mem- .5800 Adams street. Mira Loma.ibers and committee chairmen. Dinner at 7 will follow a 6:30i Mrs. Robert Lee, program p.m. social hour. Speaker will chairman, introduced Ed Losee.'in Washington in April, Civil War Period Reflected In Music Presented On DAR Program Memories of Colonial days'of their duties as hostess chap- were revived for members of ter at the Southern California Arrowhead chapter. Daughters Council meetmg at the Mission of the American Revolution, Fri-'inn in Riverside Next Tuesday. day when they held their an nual spring luncheon at the .A candle-light memorial .service was conducted by the chap- board of education room, with; lain, urs. James M. Burchell officers of the chapter asjfor members deceased hostesses. Mrs. Willa Peterson was chairman. Mrs. Betty Gushing, gowned in a lovely Revolutionary wartime costume of pink satin with bouffant ruffled skirt and blue satin bonnet, sang a group of old-fashioned songs, accompanied at the piano by Margaret Pierce. Miss Pierce also wore a JIartha Washington costume of blue satin with white lace fissue. Mrs. Sherman Hart, pianist, played a spirited number from the past called "The Union," which contained all the familiar national airs. At one point she played Battle Hymn of the Republic with the left hand and Yankee Doodle with the right. To conclude the musical program. "I Love You, California," was sung by the entire group, in accordance with a request of the state regent. Mrs. Ethel Lang, who attended Continental Congress of the DAR . gave a be Robert D. Walter of a Los;.summer recreation director, who!report of her observations and Angeles CP.A. Firm whose topic will be "The Role of Accountants in Modern Business". Reservations are being taken by Mona V. Gingras, 1251 Elm street. Corona, telephone 7377272. outlined the various recreations experiences at this big Washing- that will be available to the stu- ton, D. C, event, dents. Playground facilities at Annual reports were given by Kingsbury will be used five daysiMrs. Frank L. Nitterhouse, Mrs. a week for active sports and Mr. Losee said that quite games will also bs available. Orrin W. Albert; Miss Hazel C. Conner and Mrs. Phoebe James. during the past year. Candles were lighted and extinguished for Mmes. Earl S. Woltrom. Frank S. R a u, John Richardson. Charles S. Hunt and Francis Marion Childs. Mrs. John C. Yribarne, regent announced the resignation of Mrs. Cleo Burris, vice regent. Mrs. Leonard Keith has been appointed to this position for the new year. Miss Ann Nitterhouse will be historian and Mrs. Robert B. Thieme, parliamentarian. Mrs. Peterson, who is state chairman of Girl Homemakers and Good Citizens, will assume those duties also for the local chapter. Mrs. Nitterhouse will take over the ways and means committee chairmanship, and Mrs. Norman E. Long will handle transport for the coming year. Mrs. A. W. Place, member of the DAR from Ruth Floyd Woodhull chapter, Freep o r t. Long Island, was a guest. Other guests at the luncheon were Mmes. V. L. Whiter, J. L. Beavers, E. H. Petzold. C. H. Keasy, Paul W. Zatzke, Thor Erichsen and Mae Chittenden Cowell. The latter is a cousin Mrs. James reminded members [of Mrs. John C. Sering. Redlands Daily Facts Saturday, May 15, 1965-3 It's time to give your patio new color zing! It's that time again when Californians move outdoors for the season. And true-to-Californian character we like our patios and poolsides bright and gay ... so look into Terry Tuck accessories ... nothing could be brighter or gayer... or give you more pleasure than soft cotton Terry Tuck covers and pads. And Terry Tuck doesn't just look beautiful... it works every minute it's (yi your furniture... protects from sun, oil, wer swim suits and ading! 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