Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 17, 1965 · Page 3
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 3

Redlands, California
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Monday, May 17, 1965
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octet If June Date Announced For Philler-Ammannito Wedding JIISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor To be married June IStli in Brackenridge, Penna., are Miss Theresa A. Ammannito of that city and Henry A. Philler, 303 Orchid Court, Redlands, whose engagement is being announced by the bride-elect's father, Emidio Ammannito fo Braclienridge. She is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N. Y., and is employed in the advertising and sales promotion department of Braclienridge w o r l< s of Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corp. Mr. Philler is the son of Mrs. Henry L. Philler of Anniston, Ala., and the late Mr. Philler. He is an alumnus of Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, and attended Columbia University in New York. He is now employed in tlie pubhcations de- MARGARET REZENDES Miller-Rezendes June Wedding " ans Revealed Redlands friends will be interested to learn of the engagement of a former resident, Mar -i , . •• , r. garet Rezendes, to Ronald Mil-lf.^''''^'^"' of Aerospace Corpora ler of Riverside, son of Mr. and' San Bernardmo and has Mrs. Ben H. Miller of Grand '^f" ^ Redlands resident since Juction, Colo. P^*^Margaret is now teaching After their marriage, the fourth grade at Pachappa scliool couple will make their home in; in Riverside and she makes her|Redlands at 814 Banyan drive.' home in that community. She is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Rezendes of San Jose and of Joseph Rezendes, 239 East Sunset drive, Redlands. The bride-elect is a graduate of Redlands High school and received her B..A. from the University of Redlands. While at the university, she served as president of her Alpha Theta Phi sorority in her senior year, was a member of the Dorm Board and Pan Hellenic Council. Her fiance teaches social studies at Sierra Junior High school in Riverside. He is a graduate of Grand Junction High school. Mesa Junior College and Western State College at Gunnison, Col., from where he received his B.A. and M.A. degrees. A late June wedding is planned. Counfry Club Sponsors First Arf Exhibit A distinguished list of local and guest artists has contributed to the current exhibit of art open to Country Club members and their guests in the clubhouse this month. The show opened last week and will be on view until June 1. Oils, w-ater colors, collages, lithographs and acrylics are included among the works chosen for display. Some are available for purchase, some are on display only and others are on loan from provate collections. Artists represented are Rhea .Applewhite, Ann Blesener. Doris Cook, Jean Cranmer, Wayne Dean, Sabato Fiorello, Louis Fox, Pat Fullerton, Evelyn Gathings, Signe HoUechek, Beatriz Lowery, Bernard Lowery, Mary Lou Morse. Noel Quinn, Don Solarzano, Edward Sotello, Joan Wanfried, Robert E. Wood and Milford Zornes. Redlands Daily Facts Monday, May 17, 1965 - 3 If THERESA AMMANNITO Eastern Star Club Convenes Social Club of Copa Del Oro met at the Masonic Temple for their recent "Sack Luncheon. The devotional was by Mrs. Annie Johnston. Pansies decorating the tables were from the garden of Mrs. Wesley Hosteller. The June 11th meeting will be at Mrs. Ellis Wards' home and will feature a "Silent Auction". The club will be dark July and August. Present were Mmes. D. ElUsn^ Kenneth Huttema. Crane, Bess Waterman, Annie' Johnston, Harriett Richardson, Mary Chamberlain, Anne Klenik, I , , . Everett Phelps, Ellis Ward,l^<;h_oo >Jhe is now at^endmg San Gerald Timmons, Wesley Hosteller, Julius M. Friderich and W. DONNA MARIE JOLING Donna Joling, (ennetli Huttema "o Wed In Fal Mr. and Mrs. Herman Joling Sr., 2401 Mill Creek Road, Mentone, announce the engagement tiines Opera Chorus Needs More Singers Wilbur H. Schowalter, Redlands Bowl chorusmaster, announces that additional chorus singers are needed for this summer's production of Jerome Digger-Do' Ba At Norton i Set For June 12 The Office of Deputy The Inspector General, US.AF, Norton .Air Force Base, has chosen the night of June 12 ast the time for its 22nd semi-annual ball, the "Digger-Do". Brig. Gen. William F. Cook, assistant for medical services, heads a committee which is planning a gala affair with "Va- Hines' sacred opera, "I Am the'cation Ball" as the theme. The - - - event will be formal, with long or semi-formal dresses in order, for the women, summer white [ Way," to be presented July 23 and 25, with a repeat performance in San Diego. Particularly welcome will be'ness uniforms for officers and tenors and basses, although there is still room for sopranos and altos, Schowalter said. jformal black or white jackets for civilian men. Commanding general officers This will be the West Coast I ^""^ .''?^''" .^^''^^^ "''II be in the premiere of the Hines opera, in which the famous Metropolitan basso will sing the role of Jesus, with Lucia Evangelista Hines as Mary and Genevieve Weide as Martha. Rehearsals are held from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Mondays in Room 61 at Redlands High school. Schowalter pointed out that "this is a wonderful opportunity for choristers to sing in an opera with one of the greatest singers in the world — Jerome Hines." Curtis Stearns will conduct "I .Am the Way" and Derek de Cambra will be stage director. Joining the Hines' in the cast will be three of their four sons. Sponsorship of the opera is jointly by the Redlands Community Music Association, the receiving line to greet guests at appro.ximately 6:30 p.m. A champagne hour will precede the serving of dinner. UR STUDENT MUSICIANS IN OAKLAND RECITAL of [heir daughter, Donna''Marie,i^^'"P"s Crusade for Christ and the Council of Churches of San Eileen Beermann, harpist, and senior at the University of Redlands and John Konigsmark, violinist, were presented in a program of harp and violin music Friday evening at Kaiser Center auditorium in Oakland for the California Harpists Association. Both are also members of the University - Community Symphony Orchestra and Miss Beermann has just been offered a 10-week contract with the Cle- ^Sibanoff Strings, a Community Concerts Attraction, to start in January. The bride-to-be is a 1964 graduate of Ontario Christian High H. Branscum. Hostesses for the day were Mmes. Hosteller, Richardson and Friderich. YUCAIPA CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS ELETION Court Holy Spirit, Catholic Daughters of America, will elect officers during their May business meeting tomorrow at 8 Bernardino and Riverside Counties. PUBLIC INVITED TO Bernardino Valley College and is also employed by the San; MISSION PTA PROGRAM Bernardino County Welfare auditing department. The public is invited by Mission PTA to attend its Wednes- Tlie prospective bridegroom is day meeting at which time the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Huttema, 1324 Agate street, Mentone. He is also a 1964 graduate of Redlands High scliool. MAKt fRlENDS representative from the San Bernardino Sheriff's office will speak on the subject of child molesting. Questions concerning potential danger from child molesters will be in order after the talk. The program will start attends SBVC and >s employed | the protection' of'children'from by Balaban Auto Electric in Redlands. J, . _ A fall wedding is being plan- p.m. in St. Frances X. Cabrini|ned, but no definite date has: at 1 p.m. in the school auditori- social hall. Mrs. C. E. Russell j'«en set. I um. was court delegate to the state CD.A. convention last Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Mmes. 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