Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 26, 1969 · Page 10
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 10

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, February 26, 1969
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lO-Wednesdoy, Feb. 26. 1969 Redlonds Daily Facts JOSEPHINE SEAY Edilgr Co/ State to present first faculty recital Trinity church women adopt French | ^"^f^^^yjj;^ \ Second youth concert slated Sunday accent for annual May party TV> discuss "L'Affaire Parisi-ItuFes win be movies for tbe chil-| emw." tiie tbeme of their amin-dren and an outdoor art show for the art low. The Tbe Department of Music at Camomia State CdUe^. ^-^j ^ Benuidmo wiD present its first g church who are f,r„itv redtal Fnday evemng at,^;^ sTcommittee chairmen i gains and met recently with the general:in order. faculty redtal Fiiday evening 8:15. Oboist Charles Gower Price ge/ preview of spring headwear What is tbe difierence between just wearing clothes and wearing ""•'a costume — the difference be- dressed and Young people of this and other areas win have another opportunity Sunday to hear an orchestral concert especially arranged for their listening i^eas- lOre. morial cbapel on the University of Redlands campus. Then 15 no admission charge and families are encouraged to attend. Benjamin Britten's attractive Uttle "A Simple Symphony" wiU open tbe program, to be fo!< lowed by two setectiou repeat* chairman. Mrs. Herbert Reuter, land Micbad Andrew^. on_^ ^li^W^^ Market" win oSer many hai-tJ^rra^^hJZe'^- gains and "bargaining" win ^-l ^^d ^-^l ^i!.^^ ^^^'^Z^^^^ best The gourmet menu for the evening meal will be planned , , „ _ , tra. now in its I9th season, has;din's exoUc "In the Steppes of lano and harpsichord. wu» ^i*; «rs Reuter announced her around "Boeuf Bourguignon" as: „' K_ wt^mv Xnx. scheduled a varied program for Central .Asia" and the Cesar iheaid in the recital m the K>y-ivarious booth chairmen as the the entree. W to^ Co^ooraw Xb occa- Franck Symphonic VariaUons sical Sciences Buildmg I^t ^j group discussed the many at- Accepting responsibiliUes for^g^'^e answere in an m-'^""'- "^g" * P"*- " '^'i"' ^'arjorie Poe.chosen I Han The nroEram is open to ^ _, , ,„ the booths and other activities, m an uj- o.,tctan*.,<r diMont w HU> ira HaU. The pr^m is 0P«>» tractions planned for the May the puDhc and there IS no ad- ^ ArrangemenU are, mission charge. . . now u&ier way to make sure n u ^ n IT t. I teresting program to be present S,?SJ^"MsrT £»,---;Yucaipa Grange ^ .outstanding student by the UR school of music faculty, as solo- iTtections to be perform«l by ^Tn^r^meiW to ap^ to M^^^^^^ L 1 llT '^''"^^??:,''^:S;'^.?:--"«"St -stastl .Spe?Er^^^^ Mrs. J. G. Wil -:|'„7 ,»3^]S;S„^^°So'r^"3 ^1r^ hCdrS tallc OH the Bacb. Copeland, Hindemith. Schumann, Webem and Poulenc.' Dr. Price, principal oboist! Yurjlin ;k ^^AniAr Jwith (he Riverside Symphony] ' "Cdipd deniOr 'Orchestra, has appeared as obo-| CltlT^nc Will list in various Xortbeni Califor -I ^"'ZenS Will nia orchestras and chamber .groups, including the Carmeli Bach Festival Orchestra. eoxson Jr., gourmet entree- j^f ^^e^" "Friday ^th Mrs. George Herschy, Gourmet; 'Baker>". Mrs. Chester Sproul. "Les En- Olga Wood. Miss Stuart wiU display; • "Headwear Fashions" which | insurance A conference with State Master Chester Deavcr is scheduled The young musician from Gardena was heard at Redlands Bowl last summer as one of the v.-inners in the Young .Artist Auditions sponsored by Associates of the Redlands Bowl. The orchestra will conclude fants:" Mrs. Gordon Pratt, „;_, -.^ (!„, pmnhasis of thp'i^»»ci a s><.u<=uiiim j snack Shop; Miss Elizabeth Hop-i -f ^^'"'.S^^^^ kms. art show; Mrs. Jack Bea-;.,o„^ ^^^^ Spring are,^"''^*- Reservoir dn^e. meGt Fridia ver, flower and fruit push carts; i .^r' ^"TJCjr in *"f «>1ine*'' Yucaipa Valley Grange met „bini"s Mrs. Eunice Hill, chairman of jirs. Herb Boom, pony rides and „" chiiirt "Thoro i<: for a sHort scssion this week, , "Somerset Rhapsody" and C3ier- Portuguesc Inn.' "l ?hl.Wt%?l?i^irbache. the' Senior Citizens club in J 'u- jercrerm v ^oVrM ^.'^roId g^^^ S^ofSs: sSws are "Ued by Master George Lasa lor's, master's, and Ph.D. de -;Caipa, has called a special meet- i" ™ grees from Stanford University, fag for Friday at 7 p.m. in her „ ^^^^ entertainment: M r s. T-M s'raws art— He has studied in Paris under.borne, which is a new addr^! ?; ^"^^ ^iThl^XvZ'lf^- A a French goveniment research 12160 Second street at Iris l^e M^'^'f'^u ^l?*'^- ' ^ fellowship and a Stanford Uni-, Yucaipa. John W. Jones, dccora- versjiftr overseas study grant "ems in the interest of tbe „!,^.; ""„^^- ^.^.^cbfa^ler. Dr. Pnce came to tbe San Ber- Sraip will be presented for con- i William Lue- nardmo campus in 1967 as as-jaderaUon and instalJaUon of offi-i, *^-"P . an*' clean-up; sisUnt professor of music and leers is scheduled. Refreshments ll^-„ "''?„.?/."""• telephone, - -.411 i„ ,— ^ I and Mrs. WiUiam Quinn, patrons. is directing the instrumentalReserved and any interest- program in the nedgling Depart-!ed friends are mv.tcd. ment of Music. Hie California League of Sen-; iior Citizens wiU meet at the' Headwear should not be considered a hat by itself, she explains, but rather a vital accessory. She win demonstrate the diversified assortment of Women golfers' play Mr. and Jlrs. C. Hoover and depends On weather their family of Cherry Valley Grange were introduced and Women golfers, whose regular Mr. Hoover gave a talk on game was rained out last Fri- Grange insurance. day, hope for fair weather to Mrs. Betty Rose, secretary. p,ay 3 criss-cross tournament ^tt;^=f =rsui - mi^s^r ;i;uFrid;;:^;ee^= . ,iui wLuciu mu liicti. av SeniOF Cifizens n^i 'i ^tk/vearTcaTstat ^iS""''^'^^^"'''"^""^^ continue meetings ^pending thw year at cat !>tate,^gjjt Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. ' San Bernardino as a lecturer mto many questions Redlands " ' " • music. He earned his ma^er of|^^^n^ the welfare of the eld-; 84 member almost every taste. There is news in scarf switch- jery with trims on brims of all types, many to be used on hats which allow changes to suit a va Master Deaver for her outstand- tournament, which was to have ing service in 1968. been played yesterday, was also A card party is planned for rained out and has been sched- served. fme arts degree m music theory! , ^ j^u^ at this March and composition m 1968 f r 0 m|^^ting, another in the series of Brandeis Umversity. ^ee raUies held throughout the While working on his master's, i state. Senior Citizens hadjwiU display some of the "status members and five guests at-; brims," the Jedorish silhouette Andrews served as assistant conductor of the Brandeis Uni- tend their last potluck dinner meeting in the YWCA activities buildmg. The afternoon was spent in a variety of games. The club invites all men and MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL I. CONNOR Photo by Dick Whilo Michael Connor claims Peggy Wallen as bride in Rialto church ceremony Peggj' Louise Wallen, daugh-'by her father. Her dress, deter of Mr. and Mrs. Eail D.|signed by Joyce Arnold, was WaUen of Dallas. Texas, and'"''""'^ ™- Jlichael L. Connor, son of Mr. contest to be Mar. 22 trimmed with satin scroBs en. twined with silver threads. A ..,.^..»,.. „ ... ---;!long train ^vas fastened at the and .Mrs. George h. Connor, 62a ,j,e Empire waistline Bermuda drive Redlands, were her illusion veU was at- married last Saturday in Memo-itadied to a fabric rtwe head- rial Baptist church m Rialto. pjgge Wearing white bridal satin, | jjaid of honor was Louami, iho bride v^^as given m mamageii^jbeamt and bridesmaids were! sisters of the bridegroom, Pa- C ^Mii4 LI 4 A itricia Louise and Christine Mar^&OUT Kire Iparct Connor, while Mary EUz- iabeth Connor served as junior! ' bridesmaid. . Standing with the bridegroom as his best man was Alan Ja-| jcob. Ted A. DeMirjyn and Kick The Cub Scout Kite Flying Con-!Courtney were the ushere. lest has been postponed untili rv ,.«o„';o* r~. 4k> w March 22nd from Uie Marrh 1^ M^f^'r AI^IH^ J.. J... 41 J- Mrs. L. Alwaldt wlio also ac- dat^due to the weather condi-^^^pa^i^ soloist.' Augie The annual kite fl>ing contest is open to all Cub Scouts in the' The weddmg recepbon was in Gravback Council. Ribbons are ^ Petite Room at Norton Air awarded for the Largest Kite, force Base Officers Club. .•Smallest Kite, Most Original, The ne »ij-weds wiU make Most Colorful and the one with 'heir home at 1250 Scpulveda the longest tail. AU kites must avenue in San Bernardino. The fly to qualify, according to Jim bride is employed by Pacific Huckins, chairman. i Telephone and is a graduate of The activity will take place El Dorado high school in Pla- cn the site of the future Yucai-icer\ille. ITie bridegroom is a pa scout day camp ne.\t to thejsennr at the University of Cali- intermediate school oo Yucaipa !fomia. Riverside and an alum- boulevard and will start at ijnus of San Rafael (Calif.) high p.m. March 22. 'school. There is no admission charge . and aU senior citizens who are:women over the age of SO to at- versity Orchestra and the Uni- concerned with their future are tend their weekly meetings which versity Choral Umon. encouraged to attend. start at 12:30 at the YWCA. After receiving his bachelor of —: music degree from West Virgi- . nia University in 1964. Andrews was awarded a Fulbrigbt schol-l arship for study in music com-; position at the Akademie )Io-, zarteum in Salzburg, Austria. Andrews »iU be beard at the harpsichord in the opening num-' ber, Baeh's Sonata in G minor for Oboe and Harpsichord. j The program will continue! with "Four Piano Blues" byi Aaron Copeland; Sonata for Oboe and Piano by Paul Hindemith; Schumann's Romances for Piano and Oboe, Opus 94; Variations for Piano, Opus 27 by An-; ton Webem and Sonata for Oboe: and Piano, written by Poulenc' a year before his death in 1963.: elaborated into variations of the "male-inspired" type of brim. Fine straws and creamy felts, all in the prettiest of pastel shades, wiU tempt the fashion mmded and offer ideas for the commg "Easter Parade." Miss Stuart quotes from a pop­ ular fashion writer, "A hat is what makes a woman an individual. No other item in her atthre can take this credit." This will be the club's "Birthday Night" meeting and members are reminded to bring "white elephant" gifts. First time for trading stamps ST. IGNACE, Jlich. (UPI)— Bucky McPhee, a toll collector on the Mackinac Bridge, will have some taU explaining to do if that couple ever drives past his booth again. McPhee said the driver of the car gave him S2 for a $1.50 toU. Stuck to the back of one of the bills were some trading stamps. He returned the 50 cents change —and tile stamps. Before he could explain, the man drove off and McPhee heard the passenger exclaim: "Isn't it wonderful. They're giving trading stamps at the bridge." SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Coming Soon in Loma Linda University Arts BIdg. Esther SizK 6-20 ^ Fashion Without Fad DENNY'S Casual Shoes In Yucaipa SoM Excluiivcly by OMHiy SoH >li!r1s meva grocafully with Air Stip's highor htcltd pump. • tMikAiiMricaN • • MMIW Charft • Friday^KvMitafl'« f SiMtey — 11-S p.m. 12142 4lli St. ft Ywo^ IM. la M Mr Skappiaf CMIV "Bad news, Quigley. You Ve just been replaced by a phone/' Call our Communications Consultant if your present phone set-up is for the birds. General Tslephone

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