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YOU SAY YOU'RE A TOURIST? — Don Scott (right), as a nationally famous newscaster scoops the press by interviewing the earth's first visitor from outer space. Louis Schaefer portrays Kreton, the mystery guest. Photo by Gordon Lloyd Science Fiction Comedy Cast In Rehearsal For Footlighter Show "Visit lo a Small Planet," the American stage's first successful dip into science fiction, will be the Redlands Footlighters' next attraction. With Lee Royce direct ing, the comedy about a visitor from outer space which New York theater-goers roared and chuckled at for eleven months in 1957 will be presented at the Grove Theatre on .April '30, May 1, 2, 7, 8, and 9. Louis Scbaefer will portray an elegantly mannered inhabitant of another planet who decides to make an impromptu visit to the earth because the frantic behavior of terrestrial residents has always amused him as a hobby. Particularly enthralled by the war? on this planet, he arrives in what he thought was the Civil War period — in something of the same holiday spirit that earth-dwallers go to see football games. Finding he has arrived nearly 100 years too late for the Civil War. he decides to set off another war, and almost does. Joe Keefe will play an American Army general who has specialized in military laundry until having just been assigned to the UFO Branch (Unidentified Fly- PIANOS LOWREY ORGANS Holley & Jackson Kcdlands City sm Intcneetloa W Hlghn«j 99 and New V'ork SL rY 2-1081 Redlindi ing Objects', and so must cope with the interplanetary voyager. "Visit to a Small Planet," originally a much-discussed television program, was turned into its present version for the stage by Gore Vidal, whose flair for humorous satire through his play's charac -J ters has been widely applauded The cast includes Don Scott as the nationally famous newscaster 1 whose home is invaded by the Outer Spaceman, Vicki Shenkman as his imperturbable wife, Betty DeYoung as their restless but ingenious daughter. Bob Barnes as her fiance. Al Floodman. Richard Lane, Mel Gibson, Jerry Blan dino, and Charles Williams. R.N.A. Club Works On Quilt Work on quilt blocks occupied the 21 members of Palm club. Royal Neighbors of America, during their recent afternoon meeting at the home of Etta Robinson, 510 Eureka street. A dessert-luncheon preceded a short business session earlier in the afternoon. Guests of the day were June Cowdery, Mrs. Laura Eaves o f San Bernardino who is recorder for her R.N.A. camp and Mrs. Enid B. Markham of San Diego, district deputy for the R.N.A. who gave instructions concerning the work of the organization during the meeting. With the Purchase of a Lane Cedar Chest "Duet' These Twin 12" LP Record Albums Titled "80 Minutes in Levers' Lane," this double album has 24 of the world's greatest love songs recorded by top Columbia Artists exclusively for The Lane Company! Combo: Scandinavian design in Oil Walnut . . . also in Pongee or Moonstone Grey Mahogany $104.95 value for S ^g ^ j Handsom* Combination of Cedar Chest and Record Cabinet I All in one beautiful piece of lifetime furniture—twin storage space for a girl's two most important collections! On one side- Lane's famous air-tight, fragrant cedar chest to guard her delicate finery and precious' woolens... on the other—a built-in cabinet to store her entire record collection! A thrilling gift for any girl or any homemaker. $5 WILL HOLD A LANE ON LAY-AWAY free Record tim/fetf Time IMPERIAL HARDWARE CD. 1» E. Citrus OPEN FRIDAYS TIL 9 P.M. PY 3-3279 P. J. A. Council Elects Officers _ For Next Term Redlands P.T.A. Council elect ed Mrs. Stuart Lindenberger to serve a second term as president when the March luncheon meeting was conducted at the House of Neighborly Service. Also elected to office were Mrs Ray J. Guest, first vice president; Mrs. Byron Spangler, second vice president; Mrs. Russell Goodwin recording secretary; Mrs. Roger Moore, treasurer, and Mrs. W. E. Shollenbarger, historian. Reports were submitted from unit presidents. They included Mrs. Earl Kackley, Cope Junior High: Mrs. D. J. Rothenbergcr, Crafton; Mrs. Richard Gaston, Franklin; Mrs. Arnold Boogher, Kimberly; Mrs. Shollenbarger. Kingsbury; Mrs. John Ramos. Lin coin; Mrs. Frank Shissler, Lugo nia. Mrs. John Barnes, McKinley: Mrs. H. Fortin, Mission; Mrs. Ernest" Richards, Redlands J u- jnior High; Mrs. J. W. Covington for Mrs. J. L. Clark, Redlands High; Mrs. John Hatfield. Smiley Mrs. Carl Bailey, Victoria. The Council voted to purchase the film. "How Much Affection," for viewing by units and student' | above the sixth grade level. A pre'- convention luncheon was announced for April 9- at Azure Hills Country club. The state convention dates are May 6-8 in Los An geles. ! Dr.' Glenn Goodwin was an nounced as a future speaker at Cope Junior High school, discussing top Russian schools versus [United States schools. Special guests of the day were the fifth district president and first vice president. Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Van Voorhis; Fred Heisner, superintendent of R e d 1 a nds schools, Kenneth M. Hurlbert and |wilbur N. Vroman, of the administration staff. Also introduced were principals of Redlands schools. ocietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Masterpoint Bridge Results Results of Unit Masterpoint, played last night at the Contem porary club by Redlands Duplicate Bridge club enthusiasts, were announced today. With II tables in play, North- South winning pairs were Adm. \\. C. Blina and Lowell Maltzberger, first; Mrs. Harold Hope and Mrs. Robert Wallace, second; Mrs. J. J. Moffatt and Mrs. William S. McDuffee, third; Mrs. Helen Neville and Mrs. Irene Hiatt, fourth. East-West it was Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Cowling, first; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jonesi, second; Mrs. Peter Payne and Mrs. Ray Peterson, third; Mrs. Lewis Pierce and Mrs. Cecil Cooley, fourth. Henry M. Ford Re-Elected By Garden Club Henry M. Ford will serve another term as president of Yucaipa Valley Garden ddb, having been re-elected at a recent meeting in' the Yucaipa Methodist church social hall. To serve with him will be Archie Gray, vice president; Miss May Smith, recording secretary: Miss Myrtle Crane, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. R. A. Vanderlinde, treasurer. Mr. Ford announced Mav 2 and 3 as dates for the club's ninth annual flower show in Yucaipa Grange hall. The Planters and Mountain View Garden clubs will be co-sponsors. NOW ACCEPTING PIANO STUDENTS MRS, LOIS LA BONTE Teacher of Piano THEORY, COACHING & ACCOMPANYING Studio: 1347 La Lorn* Drive Redlands Phone PY 2-7161 (Member of C .M .T.A.) Xi Delta Rhos Report Success Of Fashion Show Even more' of a success than anticipated was the fashion show sponsored by Xi Delta Rho exemplars of Beta Sigma Phi sorority, a recent event -at the John Sooy home, 1280 West Fem avenue. The event was a benefit for the 1SS9 March of Dimes. Designer Sandra Krasts provided her original creations for the unique evening show. Guests were comfortably seated at tables for four to watch the parade of fash ion. Modeling were June Fortress, Alice Sedgwick, Kathleen Kram er, Marjorie Schindler, Marjorie Rankin, June Campbell, Sandra Doney and Eva Thayer. Their shoes were from Harold's and hair styles were by Phyllis Adair's shop. Mrs. Krasts, who uses imported materials for her fashion design ing, chose a wide selection to show on this occasion. These ranged from sports wear to* cock' tail and exotic leisure time costumes. Spring floral bouquets on each table created an indoor garden setting for the party. Beta Sigma Phi marked napkins and match books were on tell tables as were several favors for every guest. Cards completed the evening. Prizes went to Mmes. G. L. Byma, Lydia McElhiney, Orene Brant and Donald Demaree. Hostesses at the door were Mrs. Sooy and Mrs. Gordon Foster, chapter president. Mrs. Sooy was general chairman for the evening, assisted by Mrs. Harry Ellis who also served as ticket chairman. Mrs. Herman Katje was refreshment chairman and Mrs. Edward) Holtman was flower chairman. Mrs. Greenway Opens Home For D.A.R. Meeting Mrs. Frank Greenway Sr., 806 Cajon street, opened her home Friday afternoon to members of Arrowhead chapter. Daughters of the American Revolution, for their March meeting. Dessert was served by the hostess and her tea committee, Mmes. Emil Peterson, George M •Huff, Paul K. Osborne, Leonard Keith, John A. Little and J. Drew Funk. A large arrangement 61 calla lilies centered the living room table. At this meeting, for their inspection and approval, Mrs. N.E. Long, .chairman of Americanism and Girl Homemakers for the chapter, showed the members the) bracelets and pendants to be presented to two selected high school girls at the end of the school year. These will be remembrances from the chapter of honors received by the girls who will be selected by teachers of Cope - and Redlands Junior High schools and Redlands Senior High school. Mrs. Emil Peterson, program chairman, presented Mrs. Moores Butler who gave a reading in three parts of the Easter story, a panorama written by Sherwood Keith entitled "It's Easter. Dr. Jordan". An invitation was extended by Miss Dorothy E. Weller and her friend, Mrs. H.E.E. Tulloch of Beaumont, for D.A.R. chapter members to attend an afternoon tea at their Beaumont home April 3 at 2 p.m. Attending the meeting, in addi tion to those named above, were Mmes. Charles Hunt, Earl S Wolfrom, J. M. Burchell, Karl J. Caldwell, Calder Bennett, Frank M. Childs, A. R. Fisher, Bertha Clift, Charles W. Porter. Mmes. Francis D. Henderson, Frank L. Nitterhouse, Marjorie H. Dore, John C. Yribarne, C. E. AUred, Robert B. Thieme. Haze! Conner, Orin S. Welch, Grace Weeks, V. C. Hulbert and her, guest. Miss Faith E. Shedd of East Providence, R.I. Music Arranged For Redlands Bowl Banquet The world-famous Norwegian contralto, Eva Gustavson, will sing arias from "Carmen" and selections from favorite light operas at the 36th anniversary Redlands Bowl banquet April 7, at 7:30 p.m., at Arrowhead Springs Hotel. The gala banquet is open to the! general public and tickets are now available from the committee members, Mrs. Edward B. Darren, chairman, and Mrs. Lloyd Hulbert, both-of Redlands; and Charles D. Perlee, San Bernardino. Mrs. Reeford P. Shea is selling tickets in Riverside. All Redlands Community Association board members have tickets, including Mrs. George Emmet t Mullen, founder-president; and Superior Court Judge Joseph T. Ciano, chairman of the board. Judge Ciano urged patrons to 1 send their reservations immediately to Mrs. Darrah, because only 300 persons can be accommodated in the hotel's Candlelight Room Miss Gustavson will be accompanied at the piano by Dr. Gerhard Albersheim, accompanist for many notable singers. Miss Gustavson, protege of the late Arturo Toscanini, will t o u r| Europe this summer, singing.Car­ men at various music festivals Recently she was soloist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra under Roger Wagner. Bacque f master of ceremonies will be James K. Guthrie. Children's Home Society Director Explains Program To Church Women Job's Daughters At Weekend Mountain Retreat Thursday Bridge Game Cancelled Because of the Easter week holiday ptriod. there will be no meeting of the Thursday morning junior duplicate bridge club this | week. Play will be resumed the following week at the same time and place. Winners of last Thursday's session were Mrs. Harold Moser and Mrs. Raymond Wright, first; Mrs. Charles Siegel and Mrs. Henry Kocsus, second; Mrs. Jackson Burns and Mrs. Henry Clark, [third; and Mrs. H. W. Myers and Mrs. W. H. Dore, fourth. Q—The bidding has been: East South West North 3 4 Double Pass 3N.T. Pass- ?. You, South, hold: e>2 VAQS7 *AJS5 +K954 What do your do? A—Pas*. Yon don't like It bot you have no better place to go. TODAY'S QUESTION' Instead .of responding to your double with three no-trump North has bid four hearts. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Everyone rents Tuxedos 3N Orange Store For Men PY 3-4613 Twenty-seven members of Job's Daughters Bethel 104 met at Ma sonic Temple Saturday morning and left from there for the mountain cabin in Forest Home belonging to the Santa Ana bethel. New members were given an opportunity to meet informally with their colleagues at this welcome break from school activities as the Easter vacation period began. Joining the group later were Sue Riddle, honored queen and her 'ather. Charles Riddle. The day was spent hiking to the falls and exploring the mountain areas near the cabin. Pictures were taken during the day and, in the evening, ping pong and other games provided recreational activities. Accompanying the girls were Guardian Council members Messrs. and Mmes. Perry Wheel er, Raymond Bilter, Harold Dahl- stom, Wilbur Wheeler, Lou Wtl son; Past Associate Guardian Jack Boberick and Mr. Riddle. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Beal and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Daun joined the group for supper. A special event of the evening was the surprise recognition of the birthdays of Mrs. Wheeler and Raymond Bilter who received gifts and a birthday cake. Yesterday morning, a Palm Sunday worship service was con ducted in the rustic mountain setting. The group returned home shortly after lunch. Members of the Bethel at the weekend retreat were Sue Riddle. Linda Wheeler, Lorraine Beal, Helene Daun. Rita Moore, Barbara Workman. Linda Workman, Rita Prescott. Dorothy De Mir jyn, '-eonette Daun, Sharon Wiese. Linda Rezendez, Cindy Bilter, Joann Williams, Susie Dahlstrom, Nancianne Gerges. Judy Douglas, Janet Grantz. Linda Hawkins, Sharon Grizzel. Judy Jenkins, Jill Button. Barbara Holmes, Mary Scott. Peggy Zahn, Kathy Woodruff and Kathy Worley. We, the Women By Ruth Minott It's a pleasure for a woman to go shopping this spring. The sacks, the trapeze dresses, the harem skirts and-«U the other weird looking fashions that stared at us last year are gone. So are the "amusing" hats that never did amuse anyone but their wacky creators. In the place • of all the scarecrow outfits, with bows tacked on in odd places and skirts too short to sit down in comfortably, there are actually clothes designed to make women look pretty. The lines are soft and graceful, the colors are meant to be flattering, rather than startling. The hats are almost irresistible to any woman who loves pretty hats and whose eyes each spring are drawn to store windows. You can even take a man shopping with you this spring without fear of hearing any comments like. "How can you be sure it isn't a maternity dress. It looks like one." Styles this spring not only appeal to women, but they are the kind that make men say, "Now, that's the way a dress ought to look." So you needn't dread shopping this year. After the pavement pounding we women did last year trying to find a few clothes in which we didn't feel absolutely ridiculous, shopping is going to be a breeze. The designers have been kind to us this year. They've been good enough to remember that we're women and that we love clothes that simply underline that basic fact. A happy adoption for a homeless child is like the joy of Easter, Mrs. Marguerite Tandowsky, director of Children's Home Society volunteers told the Episcopal church women recently. "The new hope given families and children by the services of the Children's Home Society turns a tragic situation to a joyous occasion. There is nothing more inspiring than finding a right solution for parents and children through the family pro gram the Society carries on at the statewide level and through such local auxiliaries as Bonnes Meres, the Redlands chapter," she declared. One of the roles of the society's 13 branches throughout California is to interpret the Home Society's services to the com munity. In addition, auxiliaries such as Bonnes Meres, have been established in 137 cities, including 60 in Southern California, she said. "Our focus is on the child and finding a home which will develop character and security with loving parents," Mrs. Tandowsky explained. As a licensed adoption agency, the society offers help for children of every race, mixture, religion or physical condition. "But Competition Keen At A.C.B.L Spring Nationals Winslow Randall of Redlands,; president of the American Contract Bridge League, and Mrs. Randall are currently in Seattle, Wash., where the ACBL Spring Nationals are being played. The Los Angeles team of Lew-| is Mathe and Edward Taylor led with 879% points yesterday as the open pairs competition headed into its final two rounds. Close behind were John Crawford and Sidney Silodor of Philadelphia with 861 points. The starting field of 260 pairs was cut to 156 going into Sunday's final rounds. In the Vanderbilt knock-out Team-of-Four play, tne largest field ever to compete, 80 teams, was reduced to 19 who survived for play-offs today, tomorrow and Wednesday, according to word from Mr. Randall. Of the surviving teams, only two remain undefeated. One is the team headed -by B. J. Becker and the other is headed by Samuel N. Stayman. Seven teams are entering the last days of play with only one defeat. Of these seven, one is the Seattle team which knocked off the Miles. Jacoby, Solomon, Kantar and Fishbein team. r J MAKE f R1END5 If you can't u«e something a friend offers to give you it is usually better to say so frankly than to accept the gift and not use it. There is usually a tactful way of saying that you appreciate being offered something but for one! reason or another feel that someone else could make better use of it. the family unit is maintained wherever possible," she said, pointing out that 20 per cent of the cases are kept in the normal home, with counseling and assistance, rather than being placed for adoption elsewhere. By counseling new strength and new values often are conveyed to parents, while children get a new start. Of the natural parents placing children for adoption, approximately 80 per cent arc not married. The bulk of the other cases are total orphans and older children from homes torn by divorce or parents found to be unfit. In charge of the meeting was Mrs. Frank Babcock, president. The speaker was introduced by Mrs. B. E. Van Arsdale. The United Thank Offering program was discussed by Dr. Lucille Fostucdt of Palm Springs, who said (he collection for this purpose will be taken May 7, Ascension Day. Mrs. Van Arsdale was appointed chairman of the committee arranging the group's spring party. Redlands Daily Facta Monday, Mar. 23, 1959 - 3 Retired Teacher Party Well Attended . Retired Teachers of the Redlands-Yucaipa area entertained guests at a recent dessert-card party in the board room of Redlands public schools. Over 80 [were present for the afternoon affair. A hospitality committee, headed by the Misses Ada K. Dietz and |Ruth Foster, prepared the dessert. Decorations were arranged by Mrs. Ann Ford Farran and .there was a profusion of spring (flowers and flowering succulents on the tables. The amenities table was well supplied with articles. Proceeds from the sa!e -will go into the welfare fund. The next regular meeting is set for April 2 at 2 p.m. at the same location. SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Clas-if ied Ad ^Easier . J Here's What's New for Easter! Polka Dots Polka dots are as traditional as Easter itself. Here you can choose pure silks in a host of color combinations. Brighten up your Easter outfit today! Ties - S2J0 Bow ties .'. SI JO Handkerchiefs to match $1.50 Other Ties.- ...... - SIJ0 and S2J0 MEN'S FURNISHINGS — STREET FLOOR HARRIS' Once-a-Year Fur Remodeling Special i off Does your fur need a new lease on life? Bring it in and let our expert furriers transform it into a new beauty. Have your fur remodeled ... a change of collar detail ... or a complete change of silhouette at special reduced prices. Prices effective until April 11, 1959. Stoles . Jackets . $59.50 . $69.50 Prices include new lining, cleaning, glazing. Choose one of Harris' convenient credit plans. FUR SALON — 2nd FLOOR

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