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6 - Monday, Mar. If, 1959 Redlands Daily Facts OPEN HOUSE HOSTESSES — It was a big day fr Redlands Day Nursery board of directors yesterday when they opened the new building to the public for the first time In the foreground, center, are Mrs. Alex Scott, open house chairman, and Mrs. Gilbert Becker, board president. Others, left to right, are Mmes. Robert T Paine Douglas Armstrong, Madison Finlay, Eric Williams, D. J. Stewart, E. F. Dibble, Russell Goodwin, C. C. Newland, Dorothy Cope Weller, Joseph Prendergast, front, Mrs. Frank Burns and Mrs. Lewis Pierce, back. Attendance At Open House Reflects Interest In New Day Nursery A constant flow of interested townspeople made it a real party yesterday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock as Redlands Day Nursery had its formal opening at the new location, 1041 East Brockton avenue. A short ceremony preceded the open house at which time Mrs. Gilbert Becker, president of the Day Nursery board, spoke for the board when she said "As we begin the nursery program in our new building we. re-dedicate ourselves to the original principals of the nursery to form a 'home away from home' for the children of our community. We will always b e watchful to keep the long-established policies up to their highest standards". Mrs. Alex Scott headed the com­ mittee for the day's event. Members of the board were hosts and Hostesses. Assisting Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Becker were Mrs. Robert Treat Paine, first vice president: Mrs. Madison Finlay, second vice president who headed the successful committee which directed the building campaign: Mrs. Douglas Armstrong, recording secretary: Mrs. Dorothy Cope Weller, treasurer, and Mrs. Lewis Pierce, assistant treasurer. Also Mmes. E. F. Dibble, Wilbur Vroman, Walter Chandler, Russell Goodwin, Eric Williams. Robert Schoen, D. Glann Farquhar, Malcolm Tirrell, C. C. Newland, Frank Burns, Joseph Prendergast: and Messrs. William L Kiley, Don Acheson and Alex Scott. BOWL ASSOCIATES MEETING TOMORROW Associates of the Redlands Bowl will meet at 10 a.m. tomorrow at •he Harold W. Anderson home 27297 Barton road. SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor WSCS To Serve Smorgasbord For the benefit of the School of Theology at Claremont. the Worn en's Society for Christian Service of University Methodist church have planned a smorgasbord for April 17 in the church social hall Plans were made at the recent meeting of the WSCS in the stu dent lounge. Mrs. Georgia Carey spoke tOj the group on activities of the House of Neighborly Service where she is director. Devotions were presented b y Mrs. Ernest Wintergerst and luncheon was served in Fellowship hall with Rebecca circle as hostess. P.N.G. CLUB MEETS WEDNESDAY Past Noble Grands of Sapphire Rebekah lodge will meet at 2j p.m. Wednesday with Bessie Simms 215 East Olive avenue W.C.T.U. MEETING TOMORROW MORNING A meeting of the W.C.T.U. i? scheduled for 10 a.m. tomorrow in the lounge of the First Baptist church. Contest posters will be judged at this time. Members needing transportation may call PY 3-1865. Trinity Guilds Concentrate On May Party Plans The annual .May party occupied the attention of women of Trinity Episcopal church attending individual guild meetings recently. St. Catherine's guild' met with Mrs. James Fallows, 830 West Sunset drive, with Mrs. Dan Stanton as co-hostess. The group worked on educational material to be sent to the physically handicapped children in a Haiti school St. Mary's guild members were 1 guests at the home of Mrs. W. R. Quinn. 110 Garden hill, where Mrs Fritioff Pcrsson was co-hostess Plans were made for the luncheon for Episcopal church women this week. Wednesday, which S t. Mary's and St. Catherine's guild will co-host. St. Mary's group has scheduled a benefit program .March 20 when Mrs. Miller Bor-| ell will show her color films en titled "20.000 Miles to South Amer ica by Tramp Steamer". Proceeds will go to the Episcopal Church Home for Children. St. Ann's guild met with Mrs. Jay C. Sexton, 505 West Cypress avenue, where Miss Leta Scott presented the study program from the book "Christian Living". Auxiliary To Note Legion's 40th Birthday Noting the approach of the 40th birthday of American Legion Post 106, the Auxiliary has voted to provide and serve cake and coffee to the members at their meeting tomorrow night to mark the anniversary. Arrangements were made at the monthly meeting of the Auxiliary at the home of Mrs. Eugene Johnson, 538 Cajon street, at which time Juanita Satovich, district membership chairman, was introduced. Mrs. Satovich stressed the importance of membership in the Unit, including the tiny tots and juniors. She urged the keeping of individual applications on file and the use of the handbook to help record and transfer memberships. Mrs. August Mutter reported on the success of the St. Valentine's day bake sale which netted $58 and thanked all who assisted with the sale. Other projects to earn money for the Girl Stater's trip to Scaramento in June are the selling of candy and stationery. A detailed report on the five welfare cases which the Auxiliary has taken care of since last Fall was given by Mrs. Jackson Burns. Support of Bill 19 which has to do with veterans affairs was urg ed by Mrs. Fred Johnson, legislation chairman. It would create a standing committee on veterans legislation, she said. Date for the May meeting was set for May 14. The next District meeting will be April 6 at 8 p.m. at the Bloomington Legion club- Hi Tri Fashion Show Wednesday At Y.W.C.A. Tickets may be purchased now for the Hi Tri fashion show to be presented Wednesday at 7 p.m in the YWCA activities building. Nancy Benz and Judy Bourret arc co-chairmen of the event. Noting the Far East influence in spring fashions, the theme "Blossoms, Butterflies and Fashions' has been chosen. The Harris Com pany, will present clothing for mothers and daughters. Both sportswear and party dresses will be shown. Models will be Hi-Tri girls and their mothers. Money from the benefit will send girls to conference at Forest Home the week after school ends. Tickets may be purchased from Hi Tri members or at the door the evening of the show. Refreshments will be prepared by the girls and served by Jan Tilton's' committee. Decorations of flowers and butterflies will be prepared by Catherine Spittlcr's committee. Cathy Hales and her group will collect items to be used as prizes. Musical entertainment is in charge of Janice Hartley. Posters and publicity are in charge of Roberta Burnett. The girls are being assisted by members of the Y-tecn advisory committee. house. Unit presidents will be honored. DISTRICT NURSES MEETING TOMORROW District 39, California State Nurses Association, will meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the community room i>l the Security-First National Bank. The program will be presented by the public health nurse section. Speaker will be Miss Elaine Finneran, assistant director of nursing for the San Bernardino County health department. She will give an overall picture of nursing services rendered by her department. Miss Esther Grctt, visiting nurse for the Family Service Association in Redlands, will tell of her work through t h e department. All nurses are invited. DRIVENINTO CAFE BILOXI, Miss. (UPD—Rosetti'a cafe isn't a drive-in but it keeps getting driven into. A car drove into the cafe Saturday night—the fourth such accident in two weeks. ask about our RENTAL SERVICE """"" REDLANDS CAMERA SHOP "Most Complete Camera Shop Eist of L.A." 217 Orange Sf. Call PY 3-2184 - -f * TELEVISION IN REVIEW * * • By William Ewald NEW YORK (UPD — Frances Langford Presents, a special NBC-TV hour Sunday night, was an uneven show: Partly mediocre, partly dismal. It was a patchwork affair into which all sorts of strange filmed snippets had been tossed—a Bob Hope monolog in Alaska, Edgar 3ergen exchanging wooden.,talk •vith his wooden friends, George Sanders hovering around the odges, a few songs from Julie London and Miss Langford pop-! ping in and out of this weird hash in an attempt to impose a fake unity on it all. Some of its parts had the ticky-j tick gloss of a cheap movie of the 1930's — one of those things j made up of make-believe people, with all of their human beingness coiffed and slicked and grinning enameled over. Within the entire mess, there were only a few entertaining moments — those provided by Miss London and the Four Freshmen. Miss Langford. a performer of small skills, tried to carry the burden of the show. It was a misplaced act of confidence on her part. NBC-TV's' Omnibus longue-in- cheeked George M. Cohan's creaky "Forty Five Minutes From Broadway" Sunday and fashioned a moderately delightful hour. The musical, which dates from 1906, contains a plot of in- Klatimal Stand* Mere To Find Jheml KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS Em«*ement «nd Wedding Rlnfi. IntcrlockWf Mounting!. Harry G. Wilson Jeweler 212 Orange PY 3-4M6 YAK HEUSEN SHIRTS In • wide (election of colon, collar itvlei and sleeve length*. Fowler's Men's Wear 107 Orange St. PY 3-5623 [credible wheeziness and some lines that may have been copied off the Great Pyramid. I give you this sample joke: He: I knew your father, MaryMary: My father's name was Oscar. Faced with an artifact of such . staggering antiquity, choreographer Gower Champion, who co- 'directed with William Graham, wisely decided to go along with the gag. The piece was partly camaraed with an eye working 'outside the action — like a.photo­ graphed stage play — and-partly with the close-in eye of the standard TV exercise. As a result. Omnibus managed to do two things: Stand off from ihe whole business and convey the idea it was serving up a weird relic for our examination: and to participate in the proceedings as well — thus indicating [that despite the musical's ricketi- ness, it was offering the audience some elegant dancing, several slices of sly singing and some stylish tongue-in-chic playing for our delectation. Tammy Grimes, an actress with a foghorn voice of charming timbre, turned in an astonishinc- ly attractive performance — airy, jbrisk, warm. She. got some romp- jish support in her endeavors from Larry Blyden. Michael Clarke- Laurence and David Burns. Short Shots: A spot check on (Hawaii's' week-end popularity—a Hawaiian setting on CBS-TV's .Your Hit Parade, a grass skirt (joke on the NBC-TV Steve Allen show, a Hawaiian song from Dinah Shore. Allen's 90-minute show , Sunday night was bright and |frisky. Bob Hope's NBC-TV special Friday contained some fairly horrifying material for humor in its sketch about the last man left on earth, but his monolog had thrust and foot. Sunday's CBS-TV* (World of Ideas show on the moral I responsibility of scientists was the best show of the series by far — It had a group of manageable size who churned out a [minimum of flabby talk. The Channel Swim: Lawrence Welk's Saturday night ABC-TV hour has been renewed through July. 1960. Rod Serling's half hour series. Twilight one. looks .like a sure bet for the CBS-TV I fall schedule. So does another show. Countdown, ticketed in for Tuesday night on the CBS-TV docket. 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