Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 18, 1965 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, May 18, 1965
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• » MISS JOSEPHINE REAY V ^ i 0 U Society Editor Reception To Follow Orchestra's 15th Anniversary Concert Tomorrow Wives of members of tlie University of Redlands-Community Sympliony will preside at the serving table for the reception following the orchestra's 15th anniversary concert tomorrow evening. The concert, open to the public without charge, wiU begin at 8:15 p.m. in Memorial Chapel. The symphony will perform the Brahms Second Symphony and will be joined by the University Choir to present a cantata by Ralph Vaughan Williams, "Dona Nobis Pacem." Immediately following the pro-] gram, the reception will be heldj in Watchorn Hall for the musicians, their families and the public. Assisting at the reception table will be Mrs. Leslie P. Spelman, wife of the director of the school of music: Mmes. John Golz, John R. Phelps. William Rosenfelder, Bruno Lampoldt, Erwin Ruff. Frederick Bromberger and Morris Durham. Mrs. Ruff's husband is director of the University choir. The other men perform in the orchestra. Mrs. Edward C. Tritt, whose husband is director of the symphony, is in charge of arrangements for the reception. Confemporary Club Insfallafion Ends Year; Rev. Fred Judson Speaks Mrs. Rodney L. Cranmer con- mer conducted a unique "Tour RCC" as she installed new officers for the ne.\t Contemporary Club year yesterday afternoon. With the officers as "crew"', board members as stewardesses and the audience as the pas- .sengers, Mrs. Cranmer installed Mrs. William H. Johnson Jr., president; Mrs. John B. Sooy, first vice president; Mrs. Leo .•\. Bereda. second vice president; Mrs. Guy B. Entrekin Jr.. recording secretary; Mrs. Earl Bone, financial secretary; Mrs. Charles W. Harrison Jr., corresponding secretary; Mrs. Clyde Gundlach, treasurer; Mrs. R. B. Thieme, assistant treasurer, and Mrs. Carrol M. Crane, parliamentarian. Committee chairmen are Jlrs. Stanley Goodman, crafts; Mrs. Gordon A. Merkle, teas; Mrs. C. Paul Ulmer, membership; Mrs. Gordon L. Burton, Christmas Wonderland; Mrs. H. H. Constant, luncheon; Mrs. August Trumpelman, house; Mrs. B. E. Van Arsdale, Valentine Party. Mrs. Richard Miliiman, president of Junior Women, and Mrs. Jack Patrick, junior coordinator, are also on the board. Mrs. Carrol Crane, retiring president, reported on the recent district and state conventions, noting that the local club received three awards at the district level for crafts, Mrs.j Goodman, chairman, children, and youth. Mrs. W. H. Johnson! Jr.. chairman; and a special| award for their arts festival, Mrs. Feme Nicholson, chairman. .M the state convention. Mrs. El-nest W. Richards was recognized as outstanding coordinator for Junior Women. Mrs. Dorothy H. Brenan, a past president of the club, was congratulated for being named "Woman of the Year" by local Soroplimisis this year. Mrs. Brenan's mother. Mrs. George F. Humphrey, was also introduced and congratulated by Mrs. Crane. Round-Robin parties were announced for tlie afternoon of May 24 and the evening of May 28. Reservations are being tak- ; en by Mrs. James Gridcr and I Mrs. Jack Richards, j Speaker yesterday was former Redlander Rev. Fred Judson, i pastor for the last 25 years of i Trinity Baptist church in Santa I Monica. The always popular and i witty speaker lent a personal touch to much of his talk, recalling his school days in Redlands where he attended elementary and high schools and university, and recognizing familar faces of former teachers and friends in the audience. On the serious side, he pointed to the outstanding services being contributed by missionaries all over the world, many of whom were personal friends of Mr. Judson's and with whose work he was familiar. "If you are supporting your missionaries, increase your support — they need it so badly", he urged. An art exhibit in the tearoom featured well known Southern California artists including Phil Dike, Carl Schmidt, Guy L. Chapman, Marjorie Cummins. Mary Elizabeth Crawford and the late Worden Bethell. The door committee included Mmes. Ellis R. Davics, L. 0. Sherman and G. E. Curtis. Tea room hostesses included M r s. Harrison and Mrs. John C. Yri- barne, door, and Mmes. Howard Phoenix, Fred Phillips, Samuel A. Wright and Bone, pouring. The tea committee members were Mmes. Robert C. Frazier, chau-man; Theodore Grieder. Dorothy Ball and Howard McPherson. Mrs. George R. Hewey was tea chairman. SUSAN HOOPER Sue Hooper To Serve AWS At Cal Western Susan Hooper, 1962 Redlands High school graduate, has been elected treasurer of the Associated Women Resident Students at California Western University. She v.ill take office in September and will serve for the 1965-66 school year. Sue, a business major, is this year's managing editor of the yearbook, Loma del Mar, is a member of the Associated Student Council and is on the board of publications. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hooper, 11587 Walnut road. Mrs. Ellis Ward Takes Office As President Of Evening Auxiliary Conclusion of a successful club year and preparations for still another were noted last evening when Evening Auxiliary members of the Contemporary Club met for dinner, installation of new officers and an entertaining program. Mrs. Jack H. Krause lent humor to the occasion with her installation ceremony which had "Fruits for the Fruited" as its theme. New officers are Mrs. Ellis Ward, president; Mrs. Guy B. Entrekin. first vice president; Mrs. Carl H. Sappington, second vice president; Mrs. Rus- seU D. Thousand, recording secretary; Miss Mildred Stevens, corresponding secreatary; Mrs. Ernest L. Danielson, treasurer. Mrs. Howard J. Simpson, auditor: Mrs. Harry A. Briggs, parliamentarian; Mrs. Harry G. Wilson, chaplain, and Mrs. M. F. Moretti, musician. Committee chairmen are Mrs. Thomas J. Shannon and Mrs. Margaret Ewbank, membership: Mmes. Howard L. Norris, Uel P. O'Dell and William 0. Ahlborn, ways and means; Mrs. Harry Wilms Jr., Mrs. James W. Cox, Miss Frances Hearn and Miss Cynthia Sims, hospitality; Mrs. Weldon A. Bowers, publicity. Mrs. William 0. Moore and Jlrs. Frank Gattie, decorating; Mrs. Frederick B. Garnsey and Mrs. George F. Ruff, dinner ticket sales; Mrs. George R. Cann and Mrs. Minnie Zimmer, dinner ticket collection; Mrs. Frank Smega and Mrs. Shirley A. Dietrick, door prizes; Mrs. Frederick N. Allum, bridge; Mrs. Edwin Gregory, dinner reservations; Mrs. Merlj-n E. Grecian, telephone; Mrs. Marion L. Davis, representative to the Contemporary Club. A climax to the evening was the Footlighters' presentation of the one-act play, "The Apollo of Bellac". Browsers Elect Officers For Second Term In their business session at the recent meeting of Browsers club members, Mrs. Rolla Whitman was re-elected president for another term. Hostess for the meeting was Mrs. Harry G. Phelps, 9274 Nevada street. Mrs. L. A. Russell was co-hostess. Other officers are Mrs. W. S. Ingham, vice president and program chairman, and Miss Nellie Wray, secretary-treasurer, who will also serve a second year. Mrs. Emmit Tuck presented a study on "Poets and Poetry of California," reading poems and portions of poems written by "those who had eyes to see and words to express what they saw". She read selections from Joaquin Miller, Mary Colby, Dora Camron and others. With the assistance of Smiley library, Mrs. Tuck found that there are many poets who have called Redlands "home". She read Bruce McDaniel's "T h e Primrose" and told of her enjoyment in reading some of his other poems of the desert. Next year, starting the fall season, members will give short study reports of their own home states. Mefhod(^mans Install Af . Annual Banquet Mr. and Mrs. William Monroe, 1224 West Sunset drive, opened their new home to Methodonians of the First Methodist church Saturday evening, on the occasion of the annual banquet and mstallation of new officers of that group. A colorful bouquet of stocks adorned the entrace hall table. Roses in a silver bowl, flanked by turquoise candles in silver candelabra, formed the dining table centerpiece. Retiring officers were in charge of the banquet, with Mr. Monroe managmg the patio barbecue. After a short business meeting, presided over by Arthur M. MiUer retiring president, Dr. Frank Toothaker installed the following new officers. They are Mr. Monroe, president; Mrs. Lewis B. Hammen, recording secretary; Frederick Greeley, treasurer; Mrs. Greeley, social chairman; Mrs. Clara Garretson flower committee chairman; Mrs. Alice Thornburg, courtesy chairman, and Mrs. Monroe, publicity chairman. After dinner, John Carlock entertained the group with classical guitar selections. Donald Biery, former super, intendent of Sherman Institute and who also served for the state department in Liberia, showed a series of color slides taken during his service there, accompanied by informative re marks on the country and its way of life. Mrs. Biery assisted in showing artifacts she and her husband acquired during their stay in Liberia. On the committee for the evening were Messrs. and Mmrs. Miller, Monroe, William J. Cox, Elmer Carlock; and M r s. Esther Summers. Others present were Rev. Willard Schurr, Dr. and M r s. Frank Toothaker, Dr. and Mrs. Carl Bell, Messrs. and Mmes. Charles Ronin, E. T. Fletcher, Richard Collins, Raymond Putnam, Sam Neeley, David Wills, Paul Ulmer, R. E. Petersen, R. Winn Ward; Mrs. Carta Garretson and Mrs. Hammen. Mr. and Mrs. Biery and Mr. and Mrs. John Carlock were guests. Redlands Daily Facts Tuesday, May 18, 1965 - 3 MRS. ELLIS WARD Daily Facts photo P.N.G. CLUB MEETS TOMORROW Past Noble Grands club of Sapphire Rebelsah lodge will meet tomorrow with Mrs. Florence McConnell, ill East Olive avenue. Co-hostess will be Bessie Simms. The business meeting will begin at 1:30 p.m. A.D.K.s CLOSE CURRENT SEASON Beta Iota chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa, educational sorority, set the first Wednesday of each month as meeting days for next year when they closed: the current season with a recent dinner meeting at the King's Table. Helen Nance, vice presi-j dent, will be in charge of programs. Others present at the linal meeting were Gerry Adams, Vi Bandel, Betty Caminiti. Edna; McCormick. Pauline Thorne. i Rosemary .Atkins. Gwen Marino.' Lynn Howard, Norma Windsor.! .Audrey Scollard, and Lilliani Terrell. MAKtf RENDS Even guests pitch in when families rough-it for a weekend. Youth Accordion Symphony To Be Here Saturday Something unique in the field of music will be offered to the public Saturday evening at 8 o'clock in Grace Mullen auditorium on the high school campus when Sliger's of Redlands presents The California .Accordion Symphony in a concert of classical and semi-classical selections. The program is open to the public. The symphony is a youth or-1 ganization from Glendale com-| prised of boys and girls interested in the best music written for their chosen instrument. Guest artist to appear with the symphony will be one of the world's greatest accordion virtuosos, Anthony Galla-Rini. Galla-Rini. known the world over as "Mr. Accordion", is an arranger, composer and undisputed leading accordion artist now on the concert stage. Assisting Sliger's in bringing the symphony for its first local appearance are Paul and Vivian Coffman. formerly of Glendale now residents of Redlands. The Coffmans have been working with the accordion since 1936 and for the past 17 years have been active in Glendale and La Crescenta Valley. Mr. Coffman. manager of the music department and the symphony, explains that the California Accordion Symphony was organized in 1949 and played its 15th annual concert last November 15 in Thorne Hall at Occidental College with Vivian Coffman as its founder-director. For their Saturday concert, the Accordion Symphony will be directed by Vivian Coffman in a program to include a Rossini Overture, and excerpt from a Bach Cantata, and an original composition for the accordion symphony, written by Volpi. UR Choir To Sing In San Francisco The 116-voice University of Redlands choir will sing at the national .American Baptist Convention in San Francisco Thursday. President George H. Arma- cosl will introduce the choir at the Thursday evening session in the civic auditorium. Included in the repertoire are: "Be Still and Know That I Am God" by py Home." an American folk and "Kyrie Eleison" by Palestrina; "Come Let's Rejoice" by Amner, with a special bell arrangement; "Oh Praise the Name of the Lord" by Tschai- kowsky; "Jerusalem, My Happy Hoem," and American folk melody by Annabel Buchanan; "Let My Blood in Mercy Poured" by a former UR student, Jeffrey Rickard; and "A Psalm for Peace" by Katherine Davis. Directed by Professor J. William Jones, the UR choir presents the annual "Feat of Liglits" in Memorial Chapel and has sung for several Southern Cali- fronia American Baptist conventions and at the last national convention held in San Francisco a number of years ago. Flying from Los Angeles International Airport to San Francisco, the choir will tour Grace Episcopal Cathedral before rehearsing for the evening performance. Franklin Pupils in Festival Franklin school's annual spring festival was attended by parents and friends at the school Friday afternoon. Mrs. Harvey J. Van Sickle, P.T.A. president, welcomed the group and introduced the new president, Mrs. Jim S. Cbappell. Sixth grade students, Denise Jones and John Buzzard, described the various dances as BEST SELLERS Fiction UP THE DOWN STAIRCASE- Bel Kaufman HERZOG — Saul Bellow DON'T STOP THE CARNIVAL —Herman Wouk THE AMBASSADOR — Morris West HOTEL — Arthur Hailey HURRY SUNDOWN — K. B. Gilden FUNERAL IN BERLIN — Len Deighlon AN AMERICAN DREAM—Norman iHailer THE M.AN — Irving WaUace Nonflction MARKINGS — Dag Hammarsk- iold QUEEN VICTORIA: BORN TO SUCCEED — Elizabeth Longord MY SHADOW RAN FAST — BiU Sands THE FOU-NDING FATHER — Richard J. Whalen THE ITALIANS — Lugi Barzini JOURN.AL OF THE SOUL — Pope John XXIII CATHERINE THE GREAT — Zoe Oldenbourg MERIWETHER LEWIS — Richard H. Dillon SIXPENCE IN HER SHOE — Phyllis McGinley REMINISCENCES-Gen. 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