Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 11, 1969 · Page 9
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 9

Redlands, California
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Tuesday, February 11, 1969
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miLu JOSEPHINE BEAV COMEDY CUT-UP — Don Hazard plays the jester in the roUiddng musical fairytale "Once Upon a Mattress" which opens Thursday at 8:15 in the University of Redlands Theatre. Reservations for any of the seven performances may be made by calling the theatre office, 793-2514. UR production of musical fairytale is recommended fare former Redlander Deborah Walker is married in Fullerton ceremony Fonner Redlandi readent Debarah Sue Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Hoxrard Walker. BOW of ntOertoB, WH inar- ned recently to Gregory Bocs SUafin d Brea in the Fnt Baptist dnch of FolleTtiB. The double ring service was performed at 7 o'cfaek on the evetinc of Jannaiy 25. Hie bride was escorted to the altar hy ber father. She wore a weddhis dress of Victorian de- idgn. lace over satin, trimmed with seed pearl apidtque and fimsbed nith cathedral train ol Venetian lace. Peails appliqoed the petal design headpiece which secured her elbow-length veil and her flowers were wUte orchids and baby's breath. Matron of honor was the bride's sister-in-law, Jlrs. Douglas E. Walker. Peggy Schoen of Redlands and Janet Bushore of FuDerton were bridesmaids. All wore royal bhie velvet Em­ pire-stye dresses. formal length, trimmed with Venetian lace at the cuffs. Royal blue petaled headpieces were styled with small veils and thtir flow-ily Hammond of Fullerton leers were wliite carnations [ceived the gifts, tipped with blue and mixed withi The newlyweds motored to baby's breath. iPayette^e. N.C. on their wed- Stephen Macon of Fullerton,ding trip and win live there was best man and ushers were J while the bridegroom is sta- Chris StanfiU of Brea. brother|lioned at Fort Bragg, N.C. of the bridegroom, and Chris i with the U.S. Army. Shury. also of Brea. \ Deborah lived in Redlands Another brother. Jeff Stanfill.jwhen her father. Colonel Walk- and Charles Green were candle- 1 er. was stationed at Norton Air lighters. | Force Base. She graduated from I At the diurcfa reception. San- Troy high school in FoUertoo and idy Stevens of Pomona was at from Lawton Medical School in I the bride's book table and Hoi- Santa Ana. Legion AuxilMry to mMt Thursday AmericMi Legioa Auxiliary Vvit IM wffl aect Vmtdv at{ 7:30 pjB. in Uw Legta dub-! bonae. iHie winner chosen from Red* R.NA. C*mp 4e inMt Thursday Royal Neitfrixn of America, Palm Camp, wiH meet Thursday at 7 :a> p.m. in the lOM*! halL BcfMuBcato wfll be! served. Horn* Economists in rocipo eentost A pothick supper «»««*faed chapter win be eli^Ie to! with a taste-te« mot orig-^impete with the winners ofj oal reapet developrf by mem- UMT groups throagbont the bers of the Redknds chapter of ,^t^ ^tes for grand prizes. Home Ecooomistt in Homcmak-, Members, prospective members. Redlands Doily Fads Tuesday, Fab. 11, 1M9 - 9 ing is scheduled for Thursday at S:30 pjn. at the hone of Mrs. Richard Lachman, 1555 and interested home econemistsi are invited to submit an entry to be judged or just bring a Garden street The "Cbok-Off' covered dish and asast in the contest is sponsored by Lawry's'judging. Reservatians should be Foods to promote their saladimade with Mrs. Robert Gould, dresang mixes and is open tojprcgram chairman, at 792-2567; Home EcoBomics Groups only.'before tomorrow. I Salod LundMOA at church Thursday Women of the Higbiand Avenue Christiaa Reformed church annoance their anmal Salad Luncheon for Tliunday from U:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the church, comer of Redlands boulevard and Hi^land avenue. A bake sale wiH be a special feature of the day and the public is invited to attend. Proceeds win go to the misskms project. Mrs. Creiery Roes Staain Standing ovation follows concert I shared by Kenton, U.R. bands Mr REBECCA LEE LUKEI Judging from the ^teriding preview, "Onoe Upon a Bilat- tiess," a merry musical fairy tale, is a smadi fait at the Uni- vtratf of Redlands' Festix-al llieatxe. "Once Upon a Mattress," a musical comedy based upon the well-known fairytale of thejOorrine Bromberger are superb our heroine Princess Winnifred (nicknamed "Fred"), who puts over her songs lustily and in jaily fasfakm and ida>-s her part in hi^ style, perhaps cot as tliroatily as a Card Burnett, but we predict a great future for her. Ihe costumes designed by and siiow infinite ineenuity. Tlie sets are bright and beautifully conceived. They were designed by the gifted jiwng director Stuart McDaniel. The accompaniment of two pi- {anos is well done the fare Princess and the Pea, from the pen of Hans Christian Anderson, is a brilliant highlight in the current U.R. drama season. From melodic beginning, song in sprite-; ly fashion by Brian Hurle>-, the Minstrel, to fairyt^ ending, Stuart K. McDaniel. directing his senior thesis tut, serves up a joUy evening's entertainment, which will take his audiences on a bri^t flight of foncy. McDaniel is aided by CourbKy Shucker as musical director and Chris Wickham as dance director. Hie musical is weH directed and the parts are exceedingly w^ cast. Dave VSning shines as Prince Dauntless, the mouse. Charlotte Million is most convincing as Queen Aggravain his domineering mother, the hawk, and tlK practieany speediless King Sextimus is merrily played in fai^ comedy fK ^on by Jeff^ Campbell. Kathy Logan sings!Friday and Saturday, and Peb- swvedy as Lady Larken, justjruary 20. 21, and 22 at 8:15 is so fast and so wdl packed with laughs one doesn't have time to miss tlie presence of an orchestra. From ks bri^t beginnings ''many moons a^, in a far-off place, where lived a handsome ixince with a ^oomy face" 'til its gay fairytale finale in flie castle pf a "zany kingdom in some Never-Never Land", the musical and comical bill of fare makes for an anything-but-gloomy funtime evening. "Once Upon a Matfl^ess", which is under the supervision of Albert and Bertha Johnson, will be presented this Thursday, as larks should, and Donald Brinegar is a fine Sir Harry; but brightest and best of all is p m., with an added matinee on February 22 at 2 p.m. DONT MISS IT! It's great The Univeraty of Redlands Chapel doesn't witness too many standing ovations, but there was one Monday oigbt — for Stan Kenton and his worU-ftmous nineteen piece band. In what was a radical breakthrough, k>caHy, for modem mu^c. Kenton shared the evening's billing wtfa the Univer sity Symphony Band, and Wood everything else, the band never lei down. It was drive, drive, drive to the end. Such contrasting pieces as Ti boo, Rueben Reuben, and U»c Arthur Parik varied Ow Ml — which bad eveiything anyone couid want The entire hand changes very Uttle with time, hot the players seem to improve, actually, if that is poasibie. By wing Choir. Having just com-; now, Redlanders are so familiar pleted a nine-day concert road: with most of the sidemen they trip, the Univendty musicians were playing this last engagement, in company with Kenton, a benefit to raise money to send the Quintet to Hawaii. Ibe first half of the program v,-as taken over by the collegians. With James Jorgenson. Universily Wrector of Band Music, (Greeting, their offerings got off to a good start with Morton Gould's Dramatic Fanfare. What fdUowed was weU balanced throughout and enthusiastically received by the audience, wtich, among a ball filled with jazz lovers, also included Kenton and his own musicians. Of particular note was the can predict which one wil take whidi soki — in sequence. And, of one thing they may be sure: whoever does it wiH be superia- ti\'e. After the last selection, Kenton indulged in some of the banter characterizing all of bis k>cal performances. But the audience, with surprising |ood taste and great enthusiasm, woukln't let him off, so he obliged with a final piece: his well known signature. At its last note, everyone in the (dace rose and gave the man recognized as tiie jazZ' nwid's greatest innovator a sustained accUmation. It was in- band's lead flautist and s(4o'deed a happy and satisfying«ve- flai^ with the Quintet, Camille Oiurchfield, wlHKe rendition of Chaminade's Concertino. Opus 107 was brilliantly done and highly appreciated. Valentine fashion luncheon is popular with Woman's club guests John Knox haQ vras colorfully .inated by a handsome painted decorated for yestenlay's tzadi-i scnea and sculpted figure. lioaal Valentine Lundieon spon- iONd by woiMn of the Contera- Junior Women of the club, wearing net aprons to which little red hearts were apidiqued. porary Chib, one of ttie mostjg^ Valentine caps, popular ev'ents of the club year.'served the tancheon. In this Highlighting this year's party) group wae Mmes. John Pen- was a Prciade to ^^iring fashion jnington. Robert Miller, Laur- show presented by Glad Ragsicnce K. Wormser, Raymond with Sallie Tayioe as commen- Thompson. B. J. DeGrachy. Da- lator. Modds were Mmes. JohnUid Barnes. Stanley E. Bruns- B. Sooy, Douglass Harrison, don. William Konieisel. Freddie Franklin D. Bames, Robert E. Ones. Uoyd Snow, William Cox, M. Matthews, JfltoiTSefenthaler, Robert Wright, M. Hatfield and Austin Garrett, OKryl Martin and Winnie Wei- Tbey appeared first on stagesngo-. and then walked among the: Mrs. Ivan Weaver was gener- taUes in order that huidieon a| diainnan for the day, with guests could see the iadiion de-|Mrs. Ralph Wendland as her tails. :co-chainnan. Sirs. Stanley Each table was centered with Goodman headed the arts and a dainty crystal teardrop cen- > cztHs group which provided the terpieee aod Valentine place-1 decorations, cards. Red hearts, white satin Mrs. Austin T. Park and Mrs. roses and net ruffling fornwdcox arranged for the many w^dlpieces around the roomiprijes of the day. One, a spe- and the stage setting was dom-|cial prize presented fa memory of former dub presideBt Mrs. Dorothy H. Brenan, was tfven to Mrs. John B. Sooy; immedi-i ate past president Mrs. Ernest SeidorOitizens meeting at thei^- R'<*»rds, current president Umon Street Leisure t^*" l^^Tlll.Sl^'i^ have scheduled their monthly P"**- • foormet food basM. podu^ for Thursday at l2:3o! Othett assisting with the wc- p.m. They are asked to-bring cessfol party plans were Mrs. Jorienson's students concluded their portion of the program nith five scenes from tioraian Ddlo Joio's "The Louvre". Kenton later paid direct tribute to the hi^-quality musidanship of the entire stage full of youngsters and oompUmented Jorgenson for his good taste in assembling the fifteen selections which were played. After an mtermission, during which a small University combo held sway — very creditably, too — m the outer foyer. Ken- too brought on his group and gal- %'anized the audience for the re- maioder of the night No stranger here in Redlands, each time he retunu be fbr^es new fneod- ships and converts more people to the -big, extroverted sounds wWch are recognized, worid- wide, as Kenton stock-in-trade. ning of highgrade student musicianship and the best bi professionalism by Kenton and his sidemen. Jorgenson's youthful players made a fine impression w^ their discipline, looks and decorum as well as by their playing. Of the sixty memben of the organization, precisely one Ihfad were young women, and ttiere wasn't a bad looidng ^ in the lot Mrs. Sales is hostess for annual ADK tea For ttuHr annual iidtiation tea Satuiday, members et Alpha Ddta Kappa, honorary educational sorority, were invited to the home of Mrs. Fred Sales. 731 Chestnut avenue. Mrs. Ar- nokl Ramos and Mrs. Marshall Phelps were co-hostesses. Laisura Cantar to hava potluck Thursday v • ' New members hoooTBd were 3"L^?i^ Gi^^ and Mn. and &om th« on through ei^t|G«orge Miner. Mrs. Melvin mwe sm«*mg sekctions he M^U , president officiated at had ha audience on the edge ofjibg ceremonies of initia- tbeir seats. And, paced by dnm-l^ mer Dee Barton, the brilliant | pfj^ March 1 fashion composer, arranger and about ^ho^ ^ nade. H win be presented at Garden Air Country Club with Mrs. Ralph Mitchell and Mrs. Robert Stitt aa diair- men. a bat dish and table service. Coffee and dessot wlB be provided. For a fond «aiBBg event contribobMns «( "wMia de- pbaat" artides win be appred- rtad. Anyone needing transpor- sen, may call TSB-ail. PaBce Mrs Vernon Mnrdodt dining room; Mmec. Wendland, George M. Robertson. Alfred Polefaow. OU- ver Lunderman. J. B. Brinker- boS, Sooy and Dorodiy Toriodfood: Mrs. Potdnw and Louis Rothstein. reserva Chief Bobot Gnefe aril be the'tions,- Mrs. Howard Bristol and speaker ot the day and tidcets Mrs. Joseph Wbeder. door to die Indio Date Festival wiB hostesses: 3tlrs. Robertson, tick- be wniUat at am toe. ids. _fnr DUMR OP mnauM a AMIKICAN MSMS 1SR ML MUMM, —"~ Fabrics to be course subject "Fabrics and Finishes," a two- session short course, will be given by Gayie Austin at the YMCA, 16 East Olive, on two consecutive Thursdays, Feb. 13 and 20 at 10 a.m. to BOOO . Mrs. Austin, who is Uie Home Advisor for tiie Uoiverdty of CaU- fomia Exknsioa Service, will diseoM and demoMtrate bow fibers differ, hew this affects dolhiag. what to kwk for on! dothfag labels, and bow to aehiev* greater satisfaction by maUag selections of dotUng and fabrics to med specific; needs. With the wealth of new fabrics: •^rriiins on the consumer mar- kd fai recent years, a knowledge irf the methods of laundering.! pressing and care is whether the homemaker pur' diMca '''^MMg for the familyi or ufeas the gmnenls herieU Thii comae k free to the pub- Be. Plagneora fadttiei will be avaflAie at a aoodMl nose intmM k tUi HT Md can Ite mCk ia ad -i vanca at 7IMK7. NrfWqr FEBRUARY » . Maurice Arth K.A.Ghtsfard David FaHatt R. H. RaM>a.MiMMl J.^sTjelM 4^ 111. Ma Pk. mwm FFCR NO UMIT TO CLASSIFICATION Aufomotive • Houses for Sole Rool Estate • Houses for Rent Miscellaneous Etc (anything) # FOR THE PRltB OF OFFER GOOD NOW THRU FEBRUARY 28 PRIVATE PARTY ADS ONLY NO COMMERCIAL BUSINESS ADS — PLEASE It's simple to place your Classified Ad — Just stop by the office at 700 Brookside or just pick up the phone and Call... IAS' Classifiad advartising appaaring in fha Faefs must ba plaead in parson er by faiapjiena no latar than 4:30 p.m. tha pravTaus day.

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