Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 12, 1959 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, March 12, 1959
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Music Of Schubert, Schumann To Be Featured At MTA Student Festival Redlands Music Teachers Asso-.bocr, Lucile Andriese, Sandra ciation invite the public to their Morris, Carol Wilson, Donna Kay Schubert-Schumann Festival pro-Sylcr. Susan Magnuson. V ic k 1 gram scheduled for Saturday in ; Combs. Dianne Landeros, Katny the new Grace Stewart Mullen fine arts building at Krdlands High school. In recognition of the occasion Sepulveda, Kathy Ivcrson, Dolores Kackley, Beverly Kasper, Linda Hutto and Ruth Ann Summer. At 2:30, playing in the Schu- the Smiley library has in its dis- mann group w ;i] be Lolita Wil- play case a Schumann and Schu-|ij ams> Marilyn Van Voorthuysen. bert exhibit Of particular interest is a rare first edition of Schubert's Kantai- sie for pianoforte, four hands, dated Vienna 1829. It has been loan ed for display at this time by Col. Edward Gould of Redlands. On the title page is noted that the piece was ••Composed for and dedicated to Mademoiselle la Com- tesse Caroline de C-alantha Kster- haiy by Francois Schubert" Alto featured is a color print of Schubert's birthplace in Vienna and a black and whit; sketch of t^e composer at the piano after a Gemalde by Max Harrad. A biography of Schumann is turned to his picture on the frontespicce and small plaster busts of each composer complete the exhibit. Nancy Bruggman. Irene Fogel Shirley Gritters. Stephen Buriey. Kathryn Neblett. Suzy Snoddy. Priscilla Gregory, Donna Lytic, Gloria and Gary Purcell, Mollie Bryan, Linda Arth, llansinc Brink- crhoff, Kathy Cheek and Cecilia Drenth. Schubert will be represented by Carolyn I'axlon, Ruthie Perry. Edward Johnson, Julie Stallings, Betty Schmidkunz, Susan Gaustad, Alan and Paula Venable. Jane Brill. Cynthia and Sylvia Monroe, Glenda Dahl, Peggy Ann Sayc, Barbara Chase and Sandra Carr. Slated to play at 4 o'clock are Linda Herrema, Sharyn Demmels, Adele Ward. Eric Bromberger, John Maybury, Marjorie La Baw. Linda Nakken, Ronald Mendoza, Four programs are scheduled! Kath - V IG . re / n " a - v : Mau ff. en V **S* for the Saturday festival, at 1. ?.° nI - L '" d , a . Gerk ™'* Ils ™ Pa " ! : 2:30, 4 and 7 p.m.. during which!?. jll - v ^ ini P s time works bv the two prominontiil; Iccr : * lan \ e " A " / ' _,-„ „„ IDonahue. and Phvllis Edwards composers of the Romantic pe-| riod will be plavcd bv students Also \adme Fauth. Maureen of teacher-members of M.T.A. IVergeront. Hannah Hone. Gancl Studios represented are those of! Kar P er - ^i' Bromberger, Lynn Ruth Baldwin. Vera Beattv. Helen' Eadlc . K 'a (h >' ,de - B,1 '- v Goldie, Daun, Margaret Encroth. Mnrv!Karen Metzuoka, Kenny Brown. Evelvn Golz. Emanuel Heifetz. Larr >" Ekcma, Rita Hadwiger. Irene M. Pattison. Margaret, Nancy Haas, Patsy Bouquet, Lor Pierce. Hazel Robb. Marilyn'" 1 * Crim - Pa,, - V Paauwc. Kurt Saye, Muriel Spelman. Vera V a nj Zlmm - rman and Marilyn and Ce Loan, Elizabeth Voellmv and Ruthj cll 'a Sawyer. Nancy Vander Herrema, Harry Wilkerson. Piano solos and duets, vocal and violin, music will be heard during the festival. Taking part in the first program will be Betty Jo Bruggman, Anne Martz, Sharon Peterson, LaTy Feenstra. Karen Berkheimer, Judith Burk, Linda Ekema, Becky Hickox, Kathryn Ann Ziilch. Harold Edwards, Olivia Martinez, Norrine Philips, Eric Halsey, Barbara Bristow, Ruthie Fairbanks, Nancy Ware. Barbara Ambrose,] Linda Parrish. Karol Vogt and Christy Rae Garcia Schumann pieces. On the first part of the evening program will be Betty Blick, Patricia West, Elaine Paxton Eileen Reider, Leonette Daun Rosemary Dunn, Carol Philips, Elizabeth Thamann, Geraldinc Evans (violin i. Keith Kanaga 'viola I, Everett Sharp, Helene Daun, Craig Konigsmark, Lynn Thompson (contralto), Billie Han son and Carolyn Edwards. The Girls' Ensemble from Redlands High School, directed by Wilbur Schowalter, will sing "In Meinem Garten" to open the all playing Schumann portion of the evening program Broadway, TV Star To Speak On Drama Day Broadway and television star Karl Weber will be the featured speaker at the University of Redlands annual Drama Day tomorrow. Mr. Weber, who played the lead in "Tea and Sympathy" and is widely known for his hundreds oi, television and radio roles, will be guest of honor at the Playwrights Luncheon at the Commons, honoring the student playwrights whose plays are being presented tonight and tomorrow night at 8:15 in the Little Theatre on the Zanja. At an afternoon session, open to the public, the actor will speak on "My Life is Acting," and lead an open forum discussion, "My Art in an Exploding World." With Mr. Weber on the panel discussion will be Virginia Allen, director of drama at Pomona College: Jean Korf, director of drama at California High School in Whittier, and John Hinneman, director of drama at the First Methodist church of Hollywood. Mr. Weber is the father of Lynn Weber, UR sophomore and member of the Drama Trio. Drama Day is under the sponsorship of the California Alpha Chapter of the Theta Alpha Phi and under the supervision of Albert and Bertha Johnson, of the UR drama faculty. ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAV Society Editor Piano selections by Schubert | Playing will be Margaret Hollen- will be played by Charlene Hey-j.bach. Gloria Lewald. Kaya Wiel- ler .ga. Delmar Fox, Doris Perry, TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready 'market through Classified Ads. Kathleen Nebeker 1 violin i, Doris Scha/er, Mary Ellen Wielenga, Phillipa Moore, Robert Reeves and Evelyn Paxton. They Said It Couldn't Be Done.'/ BUT WE DOOD IT! BAR-E-Q CHICKEN BAR-B-Q SPARE RIBS ACCLAIMED TOPS IN THE VALLEY PIPING HOT — READY TO GO Ordtr Ahead If Possible — PY 3-2780 P & R BAR-B-Q KITCHEN US E. STATE LOCATED IN QUALITY MARKET Two Birthdays Noted Yesterday At Skateland A birthday party was given at Skateland yesterday in celebration of Roberta Gregory's ninth birth' day. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Gregory, 234 Nanette street. Among the guests were Rober -J ta's sister and brother Priscilla and Allen. Others were J a n i s Crawford Karla Barnes Linda Herrema Claudia Ray. Adele Williams, Kathy Bachtel. Barbara Lane, Rise Hawthorne. Julie Stallings. Linda Sue Braddock Karen Burgeson. Sharon Wingren. Vicki Conovcr and Judy Lyons. Another party group were pres ent to join Donna Taylor. 10 year old daughter of Mrs. J. Allender. 314 West Fern avenue, as she noted her birthday with a skating party. Donna's guests were Brcnda Leeman, Patty Stores, Diane Hartzell. Donna Owens, Sharon V'anj Sickle, Leslie Ann Hurlbut, Marcia Brannum, Linda Taylor, Martha Keith, Betsy Cook and Donna's brother, Mark Taylor. Redlands Daily Facts Thursday, Mar. 12,1959 -3 Mrs. Don Leonard District Winner In Jr. Clubwomen's Sewing Contest Mrs. Donald Leonard was announced as both local and district winner in the Vogue Sewing contest currently underway when Junior Women of the Content porary club met for their 8th birthday party. Mrs. Leonard, whose entry was judged locally by Mrs. Wesley Break, Miss Emily Willey and Mrs. Howard Norris at the Norris Yardage shop, was voted district winner last Saturday in San Bernardino. She will now represent the district in state competition. an, president of the senior club; and Mrs. Oral Baker, present senior advisor. Mrs. Dean Currier, president, introduced each of the past presidents, giving a highlight of her term and telling of the Build a Better Community project i n which the group participated at that time. Past Presidents introduced were Mrs. Charles Ziilch U95D, Mrs. Robert Schollon <1352i. .Mrs. Frank Sexton '1933'. Mrs. Robert Campbell < 1954 >. Mrs. Donald The program for the evening Leonard (1955i, Mrs. Jack Owen was opened by Mrs. Ernest Berk- (1956) and Mrs. Waiter Sowell heimcr who introduced "Chuck" (1957). Simmons of the Simmons lnsti- Other guests introduced were tutc speaking on "Enthusiasm".! Mnies. Patricia Newborn, Ebanor A "FRIENDLY" PICNIC! — That's the way Mr. Wolf would have it in this dramatic scene from "Red Riding Hood," stage production of the Tom Thumb Players of Hollywood. This famous fairy tale and the popular "Rumpelstiltskin" will form a double bill to be presented lor Redlands children on the afternoon of March 28. Sponsoring the show is the Bonne Meres Redlands branch of the Children's Home Society. Sr. Citizens Meet Tomorrow Senior Citizens group of the YWCA will meet at the usual time, 1 p.m., tomorrow in the activities building. Honored at last week's -March birthday celebration were Mr. and Mrs. C. Carson, Mrs. Minnie Blazer, Mrs. Arthur Chapman and Mrs. Blanche Wolsefer. They were presented a birthday cake which they shared with- all present. On the committee were Mrs. Ozeta Harper and Mrs. Bernice Bloomfield. A birthday reading was given; by Mrs. Mildred Silvia and spe cial violin music was played by R. E. Reinfeld on the program. EASTER WEEK TREAT FOR CHILDREN PROMISED BY TOM THUMB PLAYERS were Mrs. Melvin Haas, tickets Mrs. Frank Babcoek, refresh-, ments, Mrs. Lloyd Watts, ushers, and Mrs. Edward Campbell, serv I ice. Two stories which have delighted children the world over— "Rumpelstiltskin" and "Red Riding Hood" — will be enacted for Redlands youngsters March 28 by J -This unique company of travel the Tom Thumb Players of Holly-; ing players has toured Southern wood. [California and entertained thou- Sponsored by the Bonnes Mcrcssands of children and adults," auxiliary of the Children's Homejsays Mis. Haight. "Two complete Society, the plays will be staged plays will be presented during the at the Clock Auditorium at 2:30Ueventy-minuie program.' p.m. I Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. Raymond L. Haight is members of the Bonnes Mercs or chairman of the Easter week char-may be ordered through Mrs. ity event. Appointed to head com-JHaas, telephone PY mittees in charge of the benefit i Mrs. James A. Smith 3-4094. o r PY 2-1203 Wednesday Club Bridge Results Monthly Masterpoint game fori the Wednesday Duplicate Bridge club had 7'i tables in play yes terday. Tied for first and second honors in north-south position were Mrs. P. W. Dornfeld and Mrs. William S. McDuffec with Mrs. Levi Chase and Mrs. La ion Morrison Mrs. Harold Hope and Mrs. Robert Wallace placed third. East-west winners were Mrs. Or : ville Hayward and Mrs. C. T. iTower, first; Mrs. Bob Cox and Mrs. E. D. Patterson, second: Mrs. Mabel Bradley and Mrs. Ray O'Bicr, third. Next, Mrs. Ron Palmer, music chairman, presented a sextet singing "When Love is King". Singing were Mmes. Palmer, Howard Wagner, Bruce Knight, Robert Lawrence, Walter Sowell and Richard Krause. Mrs. Henry Campbell was their accompanist. Mrs. Oral Baker gave a humorous reading on the life of a club­ woman. Special guests were past advisors, Mmes. Gam Haycock, O. L Sherman, Robert Cox and Joseph Wheeler; Mrs. Dorothy H. Bren Knit Shop Gives AAUW Program Helene's Yarn Shop provided the interesting program enjoyed by the AAUW home arts section Tues day evening at the home of Mrs. Donald Goodrich, 1205 Caballero lane. Four representatives from the shop were present and illustrated the results of the art of knitting by modeling various fashions, such as dresses, both one and two piece, and sweaters and coats. Gladys Hilker. Claudia McCal lough, Eunice Dickens and Cho- Rena Molony were the models. Mrs. David Poore was co-hostess with Mrs. Goodrich. Others present were Mmes. Harold Kirchner, Verne Holmes. Vance Tay- Panhellenic Sets Date For Tea The annual mother-daughter tea honoring high school senior girls was scheduled for May 15 at the Urban Derkum home when Redlands area Panhellenic met Tuesday evening with .Mrs. E. R. Dwight, 1333 West Highland avenue. Mrs. Carl Ohlund will serve as tea committee chairman, assist-; ed by Mmes. Edward Tritt, Wal-| ter Sowell, Perry Ratcliff. Ches- tcr Quick. J. A. Nelson. Raymond Haight and Harrold Belcher. | Co-hostesses Tuesday with Mrs. Dwight were Mrs. Winthrop Coxc 1 and .Mrs. Davis Applewhite. Des lota Taus Raise Funds To Aid Disease Victim The regular meeting of Iota Tau Chapter of Beta Sigma phi was held at the home of Mrs. Barney Gentry, 31820 Highview drive, with Mrs. Richard .Moorehousc and Mrs. Ed Hancy as co-hos tesses. .Mrs. Moorehousc, ways and means chairman, reported that the chapter raised $30 at the recent bake sale, and $37.50 at last week's Tupperware party, proceeds of these two events to be used to assist a Mentone family with a cystic fibrosis victim. Mrs. Bruce Showier, president, announced that the Founder's Da} dinner and observance to be held jointly with Zeta Rho chapter and Xi Delta Rho chapter at the Golden Bull in Rialto April 30. Mrs. Showier also announced the Mission California Coouncil brunch," to be at the Hespcria Inn on Sunday. Eleven members are planning to attend. The program was presented by Mrs. Fred Harris on the subject "Flying Saucers." Mrs. Harris has] done considerable research on this subject, and much discussion, pro and 'con, was evoked by her interesting and informative presentation. Members at the meeting were Mmes. Bill Derby, A! Drusedum, John Dunn, Gentry, Wayne Germain, Haney, Fred Harris, Jim Heeney. Harrison Lighlfoot, Gordon Mathena. Tommy McGowan, Moorehousc, L. E. Nelson, Wilbur Purvis, Showier, Bud Williamson, Gerald Nicoll and Miss Barbara Wheaton. Grip, Gerald Krause. W. R. Young, W. II. Putnam, Allen Dan- gcrmond, Richard Watson, Gordon Gair, Ginger McKibben and Robert Van Rockel. Mrs. John Thornquest was introduced as a new number. Reporting on the success of the recent Hearts and Flowers ball to raise money for the current Build a Better project. Mrs. Jam?s MacKimmie also presented a list ot needs of the new Day Nursery. The club voted to accept this list as their contribution. Remainder of the proceeds from the dance will go to Las Amigas Girls home. Mrs. Walter Sowell announced the March 23 benefit which will be a hat fashion show presented by the Harris Company. Reservations are being taken by Mrs. Sowell and Mrs. Chresten Knud- scn. In recognition of the birthday celebration, the tea room was decorated with flowers, balloons and confetti by Mrs. Henry Kocsis and Mrs. James MacKimmie. Mrs. Charles Ziilch, as first president, cut the first piece of the double tiered birthday cake. Hostesses were Mmes. Ronald Nelson. Charles R. Stultz. Robert Earp, Jack Patrick, Don Goodrich and Henry Kocsis. TRAVELOGUE PROGRAM TONIGHT FOR PUBLIC Carl and Oriska Bender's two travelogues, sponsored as a benefit program by the Women's Fellowship of Mentone Community church, will begin at 7:30 tonight at the church. The public is invited to attend. A free will offering for the church will be accept* ed during the evening. Q—The bidding has been: North East Sooth West 2 6 Pass ? You, South, hold: s>QR6 VA107 S •Q53 *>li* What do you do? 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