MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor JAMES R. JORGENSON U.R. Concert Band To Play Music For Youth All young people, (heir parents, friends and music lovers are invited to tomorrow's Music for Youth concert to begin at 4 p.m. in Memorial chapel at the University of Redlands. There is no admission charge. Prof. James R. Jorgenson will direct the UR Concert Band in the program to open in traditional style with the playing of the "Star Spangled Banner." Young ballet students of Miss Nancy Jackson will be a fea ture attraction of the afternoon, appearing first with special dance interpretation to the mu sic of Tschaikowsky's "Waltz of (he Flowers" from his "Nutcracker Suite" and later with the playing of the Bennett Suite of Old American Dances. The program will also include Moussorgsky's musically de scriptive "Night on Bald Moun tain", a March by Prokofieff and Two Armenian Dances by Khachaturian before intermission. Post-intermission music will be the Overture to Bernstein's "Candidc", the Spiritual from Gillis' Symphony No. hVz Si- memeone's "Flute Cocktail" and Berger's Symphonic March, "Manifest Destiny". JOSEPHINE REAY Pianist Crossan Signed For Concert Tour Under auspices of the Community Concert series, pianist Jack Crossan, University ot Redlands faculty member, will be presented in a series of solo concerts in Arizona and California throughout the spring. In addition to his solo reci- citals, he is pianist for the newly organized Descanso Trio with members Jeanne Bourguin, flutist and 'cellist Alberta Hurst. The Trio is making its debut this season in Southern California, including appearances at universities. Community Concerts, an internationally known music organization, was formed more than 30 years ago. Mr. Crossan has performed under (he organiza lion's sponsorship both as solo ist and as accompanist. 11 i s solo recitals are to be a spring board for a later, more exten sive tour planned for the fall concert season. During the past year, Mr. Crossan has performed at Upland College in recital and again under Community Concerts in Ontario with baritone Lawrence Winters and again as a soloist at Chaffey College. He often appears on the programs of the Los Angeles County Museum Chamber Concert series. Since 1960, he has been affiliated with the School of Music at the University of Redlands. His recorded solos for the Armed Forces Radio Services are being heard throughout the world, and as assisting artist be appears on Dorothy Warensk- jold's Capitol release, "On Wings of Song." Jose Iturbi, world renowned concert pianist, composer and conductor, will be presented in concert by the Redlands Winter Concert Association on Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. in (he University of Redlands Memorial Chapel. The concert, open to the series' season members only, will include Iturbi's performance of works by Mozart, Chopin, Ravel, Debussy. In addition, he will include works by Spanish composers Albeniz and Granados. A graduate of the Paris Conservatory of Music at the age | of 17 with the highest honors in his class, Iturbi became a world famous concert star. Typical of his many-sided genius and musicianship has been his career as a conductor. His work in this field began in the [spring of 1933 in Mexico City. For eight years (form 1935-1944) he was permanent director of [the Valencia Symphony Orchestra. He is frequently guest conductor of other major orches tras. Q—The bidding has been: South West North East 4 4k 5» 5* Pass Pass 6 V Pass Pass •9 You, South, hold: *AKQJ973S VS 43 +864 What do you do? A—Bid sis spades. Either TOtr partner wants y<rc to bid six if yon can take the second heart or he is afraid that West will make sfac hearts. In either instance K will pay to go to your own slam. TODAY'S QUESTION' Your partner opens the bidding with three spades. Both sides are vulnerable. You hold: AS VAK76 •AK54+J1065 What do you do? Answer Monday TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. That wonderful custom of the theatre party was revived in a particularly appropriate manner this week when Norma and Dick Daniels tied in our local "missile" families from Aerospace and Space Technology Laboratories to the opening of the missile-themed "Roman Candle" premiered by the Foot- lighters Thursday evening. The Daniels had a group of over 30 guests in for a buffet supper preceding the opening night performance — many being recent Redlands arrivals an introduced them to the talents of the little theatre group later. They provided a nice nucleus for a mighty responsive audience and seemed to love every minute of the three - act comedy. Norma had a red, white and blue theme for her party, including the pretty floral arrangement on the buffet table. A fabulous cake, later served for dessert, had a little red, white and blue missile taking off, center back, and letters delicately blended in the same colors read "Roman Candle", below that, "Aerospace", then "S.T.L." and "B.S.D." (Ballistics Systems Division) — three of the space organizations in the area. There were even flying saucers (ice) in the punch bowl! Norma and Dick had the assistance of neighbor Jackie Knott whose S.T.L. husband, Dan, joined the group later at the theatre. We were glad to meet pretty Joan Stevens' husband, Phil, and surprised to learn that he is back in familiar territory. Phil attended the University of; Redlands from 1947 to 1949, later graduating from UCLA. He's now with S.T.L. Norm Kimmel and Jerry Brownson, both with Aerospace, discovered they were the same Norm Kimmel and Jerry Brownson who attended the University of St. Louis together! Familiar faces were those of Mary Brownson, Jane Kimmel, Lou and George Milburn, Mimi and Dave Callender, Betty and Les Rogers, Ruth and Jim Eliades, Virginia (Mrs. Victor) Blankenship. About the only non-missile- I connected people there were Jeanne and Wendell Monisset. Ruth (Mrs. George) Paul and us, but it was one wonderfully [ congenial group. Getting a warm welcome after a 10-year absence from Red lands are Chris and Bob Hord and young son, Tim, here from the snows of Michigan where Bob is on the school of music faculty at the University of Mi chigan. They chose to come back to Redlands for Bob's leave of ab sence and are settled down at 1312 Crestview road, reveling in the view they have of the moun tains and valley. Tim is enrolled at Crafton school and we know he'll enjoy it. Bob, a fine pianist, was on the U. of R. music faculty in 1953-54 and was a member of the U. R. Trio with the late Eu gene de Kerpely, 'cellist, and violinist John Golz that season He also appeared at Redlands Bowl in the summer of 1954 with great success and we hope, during their five months here, there will be an opportunity to hear him play again. We goofed yesterday in re viewing the Footlighters' won derful "Roman Candle" pre miere when we stole a show from Josie Earl who played the Senator's daughter. She made such an impression on us with her debut characterization in "Born Yesterday" that we forgot she had another role to her credit. She did a fine job in "Detective Story", too, so this current show is her third, not her second appearance on the local stage. Sorry Josie, but you know we just had a lapse of memory. Pianist Jose Iturbi Here Next Week On Winter Concert Series He surprised the music world by becoming a motion picture star and appearing in seven ma jor musical, technicolor films. In addition, he played the entire piano score for the highly successful picture on the life of Chopin, "A Song to Remember", for Columbia Pictures. , Iturbi is also a talented composer. His "Soliloquy", "Segui- dillas", and "Fantastia" have been played by many of the world's greatest orchestras and recorded for RCA and Columbia. He often includes piano music of his own on his recital programs, and particularly well- known is "Pequena Danza" (Little Spanish Dance). Every season he plays about 1 150 concerts, conducts another 25 or so, and appears on television in various parts of the world, as well as finding time to make records. For information concerning Redlands Winter Concert Series memberships interested persons may contact Miss Linda Olson, director of public events, University of Redlands. Gold Star Mothers Meet For Luncheon Gold Star Mothers of Redlands Memorial chapter were guests at the Henry Romo home, 1380 Monterey street, for their luncheon and social meeting this week. Mr. and Mrs. Romo showed the group pictures taken on their last trip to Europe. Present were Mmes. Edna Palmer. Lyda Sparks, Frederick Huish, Ruth Sargent, Betty Dudlext, Mabel Matthews, Oriska Bender, Maude Burchell, Iris Dishman, Jannie Updike, Floy Edmondson, Gladys Van Antwerp, Jennie Dotson, Angelina Cruder, Sadie Aherne, Margaret Horn, Eva Rhodes, Pearl Etter and the hostess. Guests were Mr. Romo, H. E. Dotson and Carl Bender. IOF COURT PLANS INSTALLATION DINNER The local Independent Order of Foresters Court will have a buffet style supper for members and guests at 7:30 p.m. January 25 in the YWCA activities building, 16 East Olive avenue. The program will include installation of officers. High Court officials will be among the honored guests. A local combo will play for dancing from 9 p.m. to midnight. All adult and teen-age members and their guests are invited. AAUW STUDY SECTION CHANGES MEETING DAY International relations study section of AAUW will meet next Tuesday evening instead of on the usual fourth Wednesday because of the Winter Concert Association program that evening. The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Robert Fromuth, 1505 West Highland avenue. The program by Mrs. Ann Ford Farran will con- Woman's Club To Hear Harp Ensemble The program for Monday's meeting of the Contemporary club will feature the Symphony Harp Quartet in "Music Around the World". The four accomplished and attractive young harpists are directed by Maryjane Barton whose career has included performances of concert! with leading symphoy orchestras, recordings, motion picture and TV work. Her concert appearances have been made in 45 states. The group will present selections from the classics as well as "select" popular renditions. The business session will start at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Hazel wood Re-Elected To Auxiliary Post Vernetta K. Hazelwood was re-elected president of World War I Veterans Auxiliary 1370 during this week's meeting in Lugonia hall. Also elected were Gladys Garton, senior vice president; Minnie Barton, junior vice president; Dorothy Herring, treasurer and secretary; Ethel Byland, chaplain; Jcanette Dobmeier, conductress, and Edna La Rue, three year trustee. A joint installation will be conducted at 7 p.m. February 10 in the board room, 33 West Lugonia avenue. Mrs. Syd Winn, sixth district president, will be the installing officer. tinue the study on India as she (discusses its past cultural background and geography and then its place in the world today. Artists Donate Paintings For Gallery Benefit Marjorie Ransom Cummings of Yucaipa is one of the seven recognized Artists Guild members who have donated paintings to be given away February 8 as the highlight of the 29 Palms Artists Guild birthday dinner. Artists joining in this campaign to benefit the 29 Palms Art Gallery building fund also include John Hilton, Irene Zimmers, Hazel Matthewson, Madlyne Murray. J. Marvin Ostrander and Henry Mockel. Efforts are being made by the Guild to raise necessary funds to buy the art gallery. Present owners of the adobe are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schiller who have entered into lease-purchase agreement with the Guild. Option is to be taken up within a limited time and members are striving to swell the building fund to meet the needed figure. Redlands Daily Facts Saturday, Jan. 18, 1964-3 JUNIOR DUPLICATE BRIDGE RESULTS Thursday's junior duplicate bridge group had five tables in play this week at the YMCA. Winners were Mrs. George sessions with or without part- Cloud and Mrs. Henry Kocsis/ners. first; Mrs. F. M. Bower and J Mrs. Bland Hayden, second Mrs. Charles Siegel and Mrs. Betty Harker, third; Mrs. Sol Broat and Mrs. Max Starr, fourth. Players are invited to NALC AUXILIARY MEETING MONDAY National Association of Letter Carriers Auxiliary will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. L. J. Agre, attend the Thursday momingJ905 Clifton avenue. Sale! Stevens Sheets in Singing Colors ..... •rt*i.2%^J-> "Athena" A Key Design from Classical Greece Combed cotton percale sheets with exclusive Delta^ finish. Stretch corners on all fitted sheets. Border design and a wide hem at both ends allows sheet to be reversed . . . cases are printed on both sides. Pink torch, cosmic blue, green olive, copper. Reg. 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