Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 19, 1959 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, March 19, 1959
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ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAV Society Editor Redlands Bowl Orchestra To Have Personnel Director For , 59 Season Jack R. McCallough. who wast musical director for the highly! successful San Brrnardino Civici Light Opera production of "The! King and I" earlier this season has been named personnel director of the Redlands Bowl Festival Orchestra, according to Mrs. George Emmett Mullen, Redlands Bowl founder-president. The orchestra, under Harry Farbman for the second vear, will open the 35th annual Bowl sea-; son June 30. Rehearsals will be-| gin about JUIM 15, Mr. McCul-; lough said. | Prospective orchestra members; are now being contacted, he de-j clared. The ranks are even to; gifted amateur players, as well; as to professional musicians. J A native of Pennsylvania, Mc-j Cullough performed bassoon and] ' clarinet with the Erie Philharmon-| ic. under baton of James Sample, who is a former Redlands Bowl conductor of opera and symphony. He graduated from Westminster College, Pennsylvania, and received his M.A. from Penn State. Having had considerable c.xpe-j rience playing in theater orchestras, it was natural that the Army should assign McCulIough to the 42nd Division Band. This led to his appointment as conductor for the production, "Glory Road", which toured Europe for two years. The show's cast included not only GI's Jbut the Vienna State Opera Ballet and the orchestra included 32 string players from the Salzburg Symphony. For the past 3 1 : years McCul­ Iough has directed the A Cappella Choir, Girls' Chorus, music productions and dance bands at Pacific High, San Bernardino. JACK R. McCULLOUGH Church Youth Invite Public To Talent Show Young people of the First Chris tian Reformed church will present their second annual talent show at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the church. "Living to Serve" is the title of the program which is open to the public. A variety of musical and speaking talent will be presented. Fea tured will be a two-act play. "Believe and Confess", a family life drama directed by Mrs. Art Coop er. In the cast are John De Witt, Elissa Dudley. Phyllis Battjes. Ken Beukema, Kitty Stoel. Lila Mouw and Dave De Lange. Prompter is Janice Smeding. Musical portions of the program will be offered by Sam Saye, trumpet solo: Gordon Barents. Ted De Groot. Phil Beukema, Loren Van Engen. Dale Kooiman and Kenny De Witt, boys' sextette. Kathy Barkema, Ted De Groot Joanne De Witt and Gordon Barents, mixted quartet: Roberta Wright, solo: and a triple trio directed by Mrs. Howard Nakken and accompanied by Enid Noble. Its members are Mary Ellen Wielenga, Kava Wielenga. Ruth Radius, Ava Rudenga. Trudy Boer, Janice De Heer, Pat Block, Joanne De Witt and Judy De Groot Other accompanists for the evening will be Mary Ellen Wielenga. Dave De Lange and Ruth Radius. Bernie Nymeyer, Bible leader will lead the opening prayer. Ken Nydam, president of the group, will introduce the offertory with Kaya Wielenga at the piano. Rev. Henry Radius, pastor of thej church, will conclude the program with prayer. Working on committees are Ruth Radios, Ken Nydam, John Boer, Kathy Barkema and Dave De Lange, program: Ken Beukema, Janice De Heer and John De Witt, publicity; Ken Aring. lights; Nick Kopinga, Paul Reitsma. Norm Youngsma and Jim Kooiman, ushers, and John Boer, Dave Bishop, Marvin Bishop, Tom Bishop and Lawrence De Heer, properties. i Designer Luis Estevez favors the giant buckle for belts. He shows the buckles with wide cummerbunds on everything from shirtwaist dresses to cocktail and evening gowns. Waists are tightly cinched at the natural line. Some! wide sashes trail to the floor over both slim and full skirts. D.A.R. MARCH MEETING FRIDAY Mrs. Frank Greenway. 806 Cajon street, wili open her home for the Friday meeting of Arrowhead chapter. Daughters of American Revolution, scheduled to start at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Moores Butler will present the program. On the tea committee are Mmes. Emil Peterson, George M. Huff. Paul M. Osborne, Leonard Keith, Henry Kraak, John Little and J. Drew Funk. It may sound daring but it will be a lift to your spirits this spring: a pair of lavendar kid pumps. Pretty with navy blue and stunning with the softer blues. Chula Vista Church To Fete Mrs. McCollister Mrs. Fannie B. McCollister, formerly of Redlands and now a resident of Chula Vista, will be honored next Sunday by women of] the First Methodist church of Chula Vista. A tea from 2 to 4 p.m will be a pre-birthday celebration of Mrs. McCollister's which occurs May 9. The honoree makes her home with her daughter, Edith McCol lister who was supervisor of elementary vocal music for R e d- lands schools for 14 years and now holds that position with the Chula Vista school district. Both were members of the Redlands First Methodist church. To arrive in lime for the Sunday party is another daughter, Mrs. Wilbur G. Miller of Erie, Penna. Mrs. Miller and her husband are due to arrive Saturday for a week's visit. They have been vacationing in Phoenix, Arizona, for the past month. Friends are invited to the Sunday tea in the ladies lounge of the church. Third and J streets. Ifltiiieit. MAKE f RIEND5 If your mother's name is different from your own, don't forget to mention her name when you introduce her. If you introduce her only "My Mother" the person to w" she has just been introdi won't know what to call her. Press Club Sets Stage For Gala Las Vegas Party From a can-can line to a zany pantomime act, the bill of entertainment fare at Saturday night's Las Vegas Party and Auction will steal a page from the Nevada resort city's fabulous showmanship menu. Comedians, modern dancers singers and musicians and a world famous composer, will provide a 40-minute package of pleasure for guests at the Las Vegas-theme party, sponsored by Twin Counties Press Club. The event, at the Edgehill Club, Mt. View near 49th street, starts at 8 on Saturday. Headliners for the stage show include former New York Copa giri Helen Mawby, composer Shelton RETIRED CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYES TO MEET A potluck luncheon will precede the meeting of Yucaipa Chapter of the National Association of Re-| tired Civil Service Empolyes Saturday at 1 p.m. in the auditorium of Yucaipa elementary school. A short musical program will also be presented by Mrs. Dorothy Gee, soloist. Several chapter members arc prepared to present short talks as lime allows. All former govern mcnt civil service employes in the vicinity are invited to the meeting. Brooks, svelte vocalist Carmen Henopp, comedian Bill Costello, modern dancer Ken McDaniel and others. The evening will be in the pattern of the Old West — complete with can-can line and free lunch counter of the days of the derby hat and the hour glass figure. , Redlands L E.A. Initiates One Anna Wilson of Riverside chief matriarch, presided at the recent meeting of Redlands Ladies Encampment auxiliary at which time Alia Brown of Banning was initiated into membership. Elsie Haggard, district deputy grand matriarch, gave a short talk, complimenting the initiating team on their manner of performance. Plans were completed for Mrs. Haggard's official visit March 27. Myrtie Curtis. Effie Esmiol and Anna Wilson form the committee in charge. A reception is also planned for the second meeting in June. Lucille Keener reported on the success of the card party at her home. The April 25 party will be in Desert Hot Springs at the home Redlands Daily Fact* Thursday, Mar. 19, 1959 - 3 WINS GERSHWIN AWARD NEW YORK (UPI) - Grat Beglarian, 32, of Plymouth, Mich won the 14th annual Gershwin Memorial Foundation Award for the best orchestral composition by a young American composer, it was announced Tuesday. The award includes a $1,000] cash prize. His composition "Diversion for Orchestra" will be played by the New York Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall on April 12. I of Eudora Whisenand. April 4 was announced as date for a school of instruction in San Pedro when three degrees will be put on by the encampment. On the refreshment committee were Mrs. Keener, Mrs. Haggard, Gcorgana Herzog and the patriarchs. Q—The bidding has been: East South Wert North 3 A Pass Pass Double Pass 3N.T. Pass 4f Pass ? Yon, South, hold: *A54 VK97 4AI54 *KII What do you do? A—Too lure underbid so ttr and it Is high time to come out of the bashes. Bid four spades . to show the ace. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner bids five hearts. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or applf* anccs will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Special Purchase Sale Of Leather Goods Harris' Semi-Annual half price leather goods sale now provides your chance to buy some wonderful Christmas gifts . . . for the home, for your business friends. Handsome 24 kt. gold tooled leather . -. rich lustrous, colors . . . red, green, brown, wine and pastels. Many other items besides those sketched/ Buy them now . . , Christmas is coming. tfHOU Who Has a BirfWoy MARCH 20 — Arden Reynolds, Jr. Fred Kuhn Doug Johnson Cecil C. Carson George Andrews Ray S. Mount joy James Mitchell William Graaf Moore, Sr. Billy Schoen Steven Tupper Donald Hampton Richard E. Boyd J. B. Hundley Kenneth Frinlc Jo* Boyd Happy Birthday from 1) E. State Ph. 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M now Tix sra Just arrived ... a special Gift for Easter! icai Tea Pot . . $3.49 Just arrived! Lovely imported china tea pot in Moss Rose pattern. It plays "Tea for Two" while you pour the tea. Makes a lovely gift for hostesses. 1 to 6 cup, $4.49. HOUSEWARES — BASEMENT Special Purchase! For Easter Decorating! Reg. $1.98 Plastic Easter Lilies. $1.59 Just in time to decorate your home for Easter . . . plastic Easter lilies that look so real you can't imagine them being artificial. Ideal especially for decorating churches. GIFTWARES — BASEMENT First at Harris' in the Inland Area ... Makes Food Fancy in Minutes! Dial-O-Matic Food Cutter Poof . . . like magic, you're a master chef!- Just flip the dial, pop in the ripple or straight blade and slide away! Plain old potatoes come out with a French accent. And your hands are protected by the" cutting guard. The dial does it... perfect result every time, as you set it for thickness desired. Includes "how-to- do-it" directions. 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