Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 19, 1969 · Page 5
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 5

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, February 19, 1969
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Redlands Doily Farts WednMday, Fab. 19, 1M9 - 5 tobegnaiby RHSshidenb "BUtfae Spirit." a three-act play by Noel Coward. uiU be (he! nest production for the drama | students of Bedlands hi|;fa school i as ibey prepare for the opaans curtain Wednesday, March 5. Additioml performances will . be staged the evenings of Tliurs-i day. Friday, and Saturday,'; llarch 6, 7, 8, in MuBoi Audito-j rtum. j The ingenious plot of tbe iday tells how the no\-elist diaries Ccndomine invites into his dd country home an eccentric lady medium in order to leam the language of the occult The seance staged by the medium offers real challenges for the RHS players as the {dot begins to unftHd. Leading roles uiH be played by Eulh Halsdl as Edith, Kay Oos- teUo as Ruth, Ed Macdcoald as Charles, Terry Hydinger as Dr. Bradman. Cathy Fanntleioy as Madame Arcati, and Bedcy McKenzie as Elvira. Production manager for Mrs. Billie Daniel's crew win be Dennis Uoyd, stage manager. Art Jensen; techmcal director, Ross Fredridcs; assistant stage manager, Stan Backncr: assistant tediinical director, David Williams; special effects, Kevin Nowell; music, Lany Deckel; props, Louise Harocop; costumes, PatQr Craw; prompter, Jan Hixanbau^; bi^ess manager, Slarlene Gonzales; house manager, Colina B^; pvUicity, Marlene Woihach; and First lughters hostess, Tiaa Thompson. The traditional First nighter vm be held on Wednesday, Karch S with a rec^iaon fol- lowmg. Tidcets for all ottaer ingbts ere SO cei^ for students end $1 for adults. FFA members to exhibit at Orange Show Over 60 members of R«dlands end Yucaipa Future Fanners of America dubs will e.\hibit in the expanded Junior Fair Divi- Bon of the S4th National Orange Show in San Bernardino March B throu^ 16. Livestock, dairy stodc, sheep, goats, swine, poultry and rabbits will be shown March 12-16 with an added display of the clubs' agricultural mechanics and honey products. Future Farmers of America clubs will move into the Citrus Sam Hall following a five-day show by i-ITws. Junior Fair awards for FFA will be made daily concluding each showing. Exhibiting clubs members from high schools in Redlands and Yucaipa include: Redlands — Saundra Uoyd, Norman Brown, Will Cox, Butdi Edge, Cathy Elvin, Ruben Gilbert, Sandra Hodson, Robert Otis, Lowell Jcffcoat, Randy Powell, Tim Pon'ell Tlmotlyr Seidlitz, Arthda Silch, David Snowdon, Tom Sturgeon, Randy Witham and Jeri Anderson. Also Rodney De Jong, Ted Edminster, John Hdub, Steve Johnson, Richard Palmer, Glenn Stone, Carol Winn, David Woods. William Bdl, Patty Carbau^. Randy Dunn, Barry Gilbert George Sardy, Richard Heindel, Carol Jensen, Kevin O'Leaiy, Richard Swartz and Delbert Torres. And Res^e Guy, David Farquhar, Dick Fortune, Denise Langton, Lon Ttiaraldson, Douglas Hodges, Res Mangum, Steve Wagner Lonnie Coles, Barbara Doeiing. Randy livemois, Ron Mfflra-, Moran Natividad, Ronald Noordman, Robert Otiss Patri- da Patterson, Robert Quesada, Keith Radford, Tommy SddUtz, Marsha Terry and Fred Venegas. Yucaipa — Richard Black, Bill Klute, Debbie Bowman, Danny Haider, Chris Utter and Stevai Mierzwik. The Yucaipa club will also display a honey e-xhibit Coombs names Roddick os ossistont state Senator WiUiam E. Coombs (R-San Bernardino County) today announced he had diosen Richard D. Reddick. 31, former publisher of the Rialto Record new^pers, as his Sacramento Administrative As^st-| ant Reddick will serve as liaison j for Senator Coombs in Sacra-' mento during the legislative session, will analyze and follow legislation, and coordinate the Sacramento and district staff organ* izatiMt Reddid: came to Rialto in 1965 and during bis service in man- agemnt of the new^aper became the dniraun of the Oxnte for SUte Senate Campaign Committee in 1966, which •Koa an upset victory over the incumbent l^datnr. 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