Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 14, 1964 · Page 3
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MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Three Share Honors For Artistry On Chamber Music Series Program Artistry of exceptional cal­ ibre, so often noted in the programs offered on the Chamber Music series presented at the University of Kedlands, was again evident with last evening's concert in Watchorn hall. Housewarming Party Given For Molonys AAUW BRIDGE jSECTION REPORT j Section B of the A.AUW bridge; ;uroup met last evenins with fvlentOriG PTA Redlands Daily Facts Tuesday, Jan. 14, 1964 ~ 1 flute and piano by Henri Dutil- leux was a stimulating finale to the program. Mr. Stevens' incredible breath control and sure finger management creating some really sensational flexible passages and Miss Limo- A change in the original; nick providing a perfectly schedule of performers also nc- matched piano performance. i '* P°"<ick supper was cessitaled a change in thci The three artists joined to! an <' ma , n - v " ,f ' s " crc Panted, program dale whicli mav have'present as an encore the ariaj' 0 ' 1 ' 0 "°norcd guests. ;AAUW LIVING ARTS accounted somewhat for lliel'Tollow Thou Me" from Bach's I J ' rp;,c " t wcrn Mr - an '' Mrs SECTION TO MEET limited size of the audience.: Passion According to St. John .j[ rank B - Marrjuardt. Mr. and Many more music lovers should I This evening, also in! Mrs - 1 ' rc(J A - Tuiss anfl d 3 ' 1 ?' 1 have been present to enjoy the| Watchorn hall, the public is in- concert featuring Marie Gibson.jvited to hear a program fea- soprano; Roger Stevens, flute.jturing the U. of P. String Grand Natalie Limonick. piano. Ichestra directed by John Golz. Miss Gibson established her JBach's Violin Concerto No. 1 ini self immediately as a singer not;A minor with Claire Sheldon as! ° r ' anri Mr? ' El,sw ' t """> K only equipped with a voice off soloist; Beethoven's String beautiful quality, but as one I Quartet No. 4 in C minor Founder's Day Golden Age Club Meets Mentone's Gnlrfen Age chit ; welcomed its secretary. Rut! nicet-iWoodall, on her return after : vacation w i t h he; pro- daughter in Wyoming when lh« with sensitivity to style, further blessed with impeccable diction. played Judith by Miss Sheldon and Olson, violins: Janice Her vocal range was evenly I Mcintosh, viola, and Karen produced with never a hint of!Dickey, 'cello; and Schubert's strain and she achieved some Symphony No. 5 in B-Flat Ma- gossamer-like colorin Opening with an aria from Mozart's "Magic Flute", she then sang three Schubert lieder. each with an engrossing quality, ending with carressing tones of the "Wiegcnlied". Her Brahms group further jor will comprise the program. Browsers See Two Films I Miss Dorothy Baesel. 1509 Via 'Vista. Mrs. George Schaunaj BoaTO PIcWS A housewarming party Sun-! mann an (l M «- v - w - D " n , n l dav evening, given by friends '*™ w "™ rs of th 5 ; prizes. Oth- and neighbors, was planned a .,:ers present were Mmps. Carrol, a surprise event for Mr. andKi'hns. Jay C. Sexton, rrank! M t | le January board Mrs. W. 13. Molonv. 1143 West Herkclrath. Jack Lin.-k. Robert inc . Mentone P.T.A. made plans,holiday Crescent avenue. " Carpenter. George Ruff and f or ,|, P j r Founder's Day servedRalph Mitchell. 'gram which to be February It rluh met on its usual day. list at 7:.10 p.m. ! Thursday, in Mcntone Woman'; • January 20 through "1. there clubhouse, .'will be a rlothina drive. Any, Hostesses f»r the dav Living art, section of AAUW c,can - " sah,p rhildrcn's cloth- Mrs . Willi.-,,,, KaVell am - :Wil | , nor , 7: ."0 this eveninc;" 12 ,s nn,r ' needed and ran be Ooltie Stanley. £ r -"i M IM'" I r-at the home of Mrs. Carrol J. .'»{•.«» < * d " 7 ° 1 „ The club will nicrt »hU Th.irs- Wnshl. Mr. and Mrs. James C ,. . ,.. r .. . r „„ ..,.,„, , No unit nice ins will be held , , , .' , „ Jackson. Mrs. Martha Williams. '\ u,,n , s ' . 'f' Mon,rrr >' ^'T '.this month- fJ ' 1 T 3t ' 0 r,ork am,r 3,1 n,rr ! Mrs. Marilyn Rearick and ,0 P ,C k ' r <>^us>i"n Bnnrd members present were a1n ; 1 "omen ,o >oars of aee and Laina. , J hft Aniencan ram.ly in a ,, mr= Bpb ( . FoIlr „ j li|ton: olilrr are mv.ted Dr. and .Mrs. Ellsworth E.hanging World . j L Knap p Don Nevi.is. Hcin-' cons " 1< ' r Miller. Dr. and Mrs. Richard! rich Schuppisser, Gerhard Gies -I J. Wilson. I.t. Col. and Mrs. Koteks of San Bernardino. tlir !<-li «m r.<--,M Cookson. Deej TREASURE Mrs. William T W. Vaughn. to visit, membership. and Einmett Tuck showed colored proved her awareness of the art' movies for members of tliej song subtleties and. turning from German to Italian. Miss Gibson executed the vocal gym- Browsers club at. their recent \ meeting with Mrs. Viella lies! ser. «05 Myrtle street. Mrs ; nasties required in the ariai Everett Kendall was co-hostess "Ernani lnvolami" from Verdi's' Mr. Tuck's movies were of." "Ernani" with fluid grace andjlife in a fishing village in Japan! stunning dramatic warmth. land another of Yellowstone Nai Her linguistic abilities were again demonstrated in the singing of two Rachmaninoff favorites, bolh in their original Russian. And in English were four folk songs of the British Isles by Benjamin Britten, including the fatniUar "Sally Gardens" to which Miss Gibson lent a special, tender charm. The assistance of Miss TO WED — February wedding plans ore being made by Carol Mclugin of Redlandi and James Williams of San Bernardino. Williams-Melugin Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. .1. D. Mclugin.| Her fiance graduates this 510 Lemon street, announce the month from Long Beach Statei Linl0ni <' k al 1,10 pian0 addcd appreciably to the effectiveness of the entire program. She supported the singer with firm yet never intruding accompaniment and also provided appropriate piano framework for Mr. Stevens on two of his appearances. It is an occasion such as last evening when an instrument such as the flule is given an almost microscopic treatment and where only an expert can stand the close examination. Mr. Stevens is an expert, fully capable of meeting the demands of his instrument. He first played a Sonata (unaccom panied) by Bach, more in the form of a dance suite. With Miss Limonick at the piano, he played "Le Petit Bcr- ger" by Debussy and "Piece en Forme de Habanera" by Ravel, closing this group with Debussy's haunting and exotically colored "Syrinx", unaccompanied. A colorful little Sonatine fori (ional Park. Both were aecom -j panied by interesting and in- j formative narration. I engagement of their daughter. College with a B.A. in history Carol, to James Terry Wil-and geography. He plans to ac- liams, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. cept a commission in the United Frank Williams of San Bernar- States Marine Corps in late dino. jspring. He is an alumnus The bride-elect graduates in of San Bernardino High school June from Long Beach State!Class of 1939, and San Bernar College with a B.A. degree, and'dino Valley college. He is af- a general elementary and kin-jfilliated with Alpha Sigma Kap- dergartcn-primary credential.;pa traternity and was pledge She is an alumna of Redlands master for the fraternity. High school. Class of J960, and The couple plan a February the University of Oregon. *' wedding. Contemporary Club Presents $100 To AFS Students At Club Luncheon A check for $100 was prescnt-iert L. Dally. Robert C. Frazier. ed to AFS students yesterday! Ray A. Green, Ray J. Guest OES SOCIAL CLUB LUNCHEON FRIDAY Social club of Copa dr| Oro chapter. Order of the Eastern Star, will meet Friday for a sack luncheon at noon. Hostesses will be members with January birthdays. AH women members of the chapter are invited. Transportation may be arranged with Mary Fridericb, telephone 794-2386. afternoon as the Contemporary Club's annual contribution to the American Field Service pro gram during the woman's club luncheon at which the students were special guests Mrs. Dorothy II. Brenan. member of the local AFS committee and the Contemporary club's scholarship chairman, made the presentation of t h c check on behalf of the club. Speaking briefly were Joyce Cranmer, daughter of the Rex W. Cranmers, 115 East Sunset drive, who spent last summer in Germany on the AFS Americans Abroad program, and Olivier Gorge from Rouen. France, a member of the Richard Lowry family, 325 West Olive avenue, while attending Redlands High school this year. Mrs. L. O. Sherman was lunch eon chairman yesterday. On her committee were Mmcs. William B. Clark. C. Paul Ulmer, Franklin D. Barnes, Carroll Morton and Clarence Roach. On the dining room committee were Mrs. Albert Lacy, chairman; Mines. Keith Carlson, Rob- PARENTS CLUB RUMMAGE SALE SET Plans have been made by Job's Daughters Parents club for a rummage sale scheduled for Clyde Gundlach. Leigh Mathews. W. M. McLellan. W. S. Stra pazon. H. P. Walker and Leroy Whiter. Table hostesses were Mmes. Urban Derkum, John Speidcl, John B. Soov. Fred Foy Sr., Ellis R. Davis. John M. Hat field. F. Arthur Cortner. Corb L. Flick, Paul R. Sylka, Rodney L. Cranmer. George R. Hewey, Rolla L. Whitman, Austin T. Park. Ernest R. Richards and Jack Levinc. Mrs. Ernest R. Larsen gave the invocation. Mrs. Goodman was in charge of decorations and Mrs. C. W. Harrison served as amenities chairman Special honors went to the club's arts and crafts group which included Mmcs. Stanley Goodman, Robert E. Conney, Clifford L. Brewster, Leo Bereda. Fred Sauers, August Tmm- pelman. Robert E. Cox, Ralph Facconc, Thomas Martone, F. L. Nitterhouse, Lewis Rothstcin, Simon C. Metzker. Mmes. Howard D. Bristol. Ralph S. Owens, Albert Lacey. If. P. Walker. W. M. McClcl- lan, A. L. Maines, J. D. Conant and E. D. Taylor. Mrs. Clay John also assisted this group. It was announced that reservations for the Valentine luncheon and card party February 10 may Q—The bidding has been: South West North Eut 4 4 Pass S* Pass Yon, South, hold: 4AKQJ9732 V2 43 +S64 What do you do? A—Bid six spades! Tonr partner should have two aces and the klnf of the third suit plus additional high cards for this bid. At worst the slam will be en a finesse. TODAY'S QUESTION* Instead of bidding five spades your partner fcids four no- trump and rebids to five no- trump after your five diamond bid shows one ace. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow January 30 and 31 and February j be made with Mrs. Charles S. I at 23 Cajon street, across j Hunt. from City Hall. Anyone wishing to donate rummage is asked to contact .Mrs. Phyllis Enarson. chairman of the project, telephone 792-3591 for pick-up. Next major event of the club calendar was noted as the Fine Arts Festival January 23 when the clubhouse will be open at S a.m. to receive exhibits. DOWNTOWN REDLANDS SALE! ,41-, ilk *»*«•*»•«-•« if. Colonial Dames All Purpose Cream and Body Lotion Hypo-allergenic and moisture enriched, leaves skin texture smooth, radiant and beautifully clean. * not connected with any society Cream reg. $2.50 . $1.50* $4.50 . $2.25-* Lotion reg. $2.50 . $1.50* ** Plus 10% Fed. Ex. Tax COSMETICS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' "7 LAST 5 DAYS Annual Sale Hanes Hosiery Reg. $1.50 $1.25 Reg. $1.35 $1.15 Reg. $1.65 $1.35 Reg. $1.75 $1.45 last 5 days to get worth while savings on famous Hanes hose. Micro Mesh, Service Sheer, Demi Toe Sheer, Stretch Sheer, and runless sheerloc. Also seamless Agilon Stretch, reg. $1.65 now $1.35 HOSIERY - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' l.t. Lol. ami Mrs. Koteks of San Bernardino, theichen. Gerald N. Cookson. Dee; TREASURE HOUSE riceman and John. Dale L Fergusons, the Otto J. Jessop. Frank Parrott. Jarnue: Your unused furniture or ap- „ „ . !i Bml> De Youn!:!: 3n(1 Co! - andlDeckwar. Mr. Harold Kuipcr.ipliances will find a ready mar Also invited were the Erwin.Mrs. W. C. Erlenbusch. and Mrs. Dorothy Zeiner. ' ' ket through Classified Ads. SAN BERNARDINO RIVE R«IO? BADLANDS Homemaker Aids For Easier, Brighter Living Special 10-Day ^ Free Trial Offer on Corning 1000 Royal Family Set Take home a set and try it out and see how much you will enjoy cooking with Corning Ware. If not satisfied in 10 days bring the set back and keep the 1 qt. sauce pan as a gift from Corning. Sale begins Jan. 14th. OFFER ENDS FEBRUARY 14th The freezc-cook-serve ware . . . made of "Pyroceram"^ brand-age ceramic; heatproof, coldproof, as easy to wash as dishes. Set eludes 1 qt., qt., 1 3 < qt. saucepans, 3 covers, I handle, I cradle, 10" skillet, cover and cradle. $24.95 Revere Ware Designers Croup Utensils cook perfectly with their unique copper core, between sturdy layers of gleaming stainless steel. 1 qt. covered saucepan $ 6.95 qt. covered saucepan $ 8.25 2 qf. covered saucepan $ 9.95 2 qt. whistling tea kettle $ 7.50 5 qf. covered sauce pot $14.95 8 cup percolator $13.95 2 qt. double boiler ...$14.95 Descoware Coes from Freezer ... to Flame ... to Table Cost-iron cookware with porcelainized finish ... as easy to wash as china. Can be used on open flame and for oven dishes. Flame red or citron yellow . . . attractive on any informal table . . . buffet or patio. Giant family size 2'i qt. casserole $9.95 Convertible 1 qt $5.95 7/8 qt. covered saucepan $4.48 Mi qt. covered saucepan $6.20 9\i" skillet $4.76 lid $2.60 3U qt. round oven $7.96 HOUSEWARES - BASEMENT - HARRIS' S &H GREEN STAMPS wiffc Cart Fiircftasu end Down Foym.nf J SAM BtKMAUHHO f». TV 9-0444; Shop 'HI 9 PJA. Men. and frU Ofh.r Dayt 9:30 'III 3:30 ntvnsmt (n. ov 4-*040) Shop Neon 'Ml • P.M. Men., Thutu end ttl*— Other Day* 10 'ill S MIDLANDS (»». f r 2-21 SO) Shop 'til 9 P.M. §tl. Orh«r Days 9:30 'III 3:30

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