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January 20, 1964

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2 - Monday, Jan. 20, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts NEW FACULTY WIVES — Mrs. James B. Ifff, Mrs. Donald G. Shamblin and Mrs. Robert D. Wright, from left, are among new members of the University of Redlands Faculty Wives club planning a surprise program for the Wednesday meeting of the group. All wives of faculty members are invited to this event, scheduled for Wednesday. UR Faculty Wives Outline Program For Semester Plans for the spring semester:wives will present the next pro- calendar were on the a S cnda|gram scheduled for Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Gilbert B. Becker, 1658 Halsey street at 1 at a recent board meeting of the University of Redlands Fa-;""'"™' im„ «r ~,u~ . 'P.m. ine title of the program culty Wives Club. Members met at the home of Mrs. William i G. Strykcr, 512 South Univcr- ^UbS sity street. Q I 1 II 11 An outline of programs to be %^c3TSTy 11311 presented for the club was the highlight of the meeting. Other committee reports were heard!sored by Smiley PTA made a Cubs Tour Dens 5 and 2 of Pack 11, spon- and discussed. Mrs. William J. Klausner announced that the new faculty Q—The bidding has been: North East South West 3 4 Pass ? Both sides vulnerable. You, South, hold: 4 >Z VAK7 6 4-AH54 +J10 6 5 What do you do? A—Bid four spades. Do not try three no-trump be cans e there is no guaranty that your partner's spades arc solid. TODAY'S QUESTION You are not vulnerable and your partner has opened three spades. You hold the same hand. What do you do? Answer Tomorrow tour of Redlands Safety Hall recently with Lt. Liberty Morgan as guide. He explained the operational procedure of the police department and how the Civil Defense program operates in the case of an alert, which emphasized the January theme for the Cubs, "Family Alert". Taking the tour were Larry Agre, Gary Baron, Eric Bishop, Jon Dean, Scott Dangermond, John Perry, Dick Posey. Jamie Spry and Leslie Agre, Den 5. accompanied by M r s. Lou Agre and Mrs. John Dean, den mothers for Den 5, and Mrs. Norman Conn, den mother for Den 2, with Mike Conn, John will be, "Xcw Members' Spree" and all faculty wives are urged to attend this surprise program. Mrs. James R. Jorgenson, president, asked that members fill their cars due to the limited parking area. Plans were also reviewed and discussed for the spring fashion show in February by director, Mrs. Jerome H. Johnson. At this time the faculty wives will display their hidden talents in handiwork. Other board members present were Mmes. Frank L. Greenway Jr., Marc Jack Smith. Charles D. Howell, Carl S. Ledbetter, Robert C. Goodridge, Douglas G. Eadie, Stanley L. Combs, Vernon E. Dornbach, Jr., Eugene R. Moulton and James E. Verdieck. ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor U.R. Concert Band, Young Dancers Perform For Near Capacity Crowd The growing interest in and appreciation for Music for Youth concerts was clearly indicated yesterday afternoon when Memorial chapel at t h e University of Redlands was nearly filled to capacity for a program presented by the U.R. Concert Band directed by Prof. James R. Jorgenson 1 . Buses brought students from Colton, Bloominglon, Etiwanda, San Bernardino and other neighboring communities to take advantage of this opportunity for a developing musical experience. Only a few scattered seats were unoccupied for the performance and the predominately youthful audience demonstrated an increased awareness of the art of being good listeners with their considerate attention. They were particularly delighted with the appearance of young dancers in two of the program numbers. Tschaikowsky's Waltz of the Flowers" from his "Nutcracker Suite" was selected to show the adaptability of music and dance as complimentary arts. In pretty pink ballet costumes, the graceful youngsters, all less than 12 years old. created fluid and delicately balanced patterns of motion as they executed the various steps of the choreography arranged by their teacher. Miss Nancy Jackson. In this group were Stephanie Beukema, Evelyn Golz, Peggy Hayden, Tracy Knappenber program. In this talented group were Sharon Coleman, Carol Gaston, Kathleen Baker, Elizabeth Golz, Kathy Farquhar, Susan Taylor, Gayle Billhardt, Cathy Rothenberger and Kerry Smothers. Music by Russian composers was played during the first half of the program while contemporary American composers were represented on the second half. This, said Mr. Jorgenson, was to prove the universality of the language of music, no matter what the idology of governments or people. Moussorgsky's "A Night on Bald Mountain", with its descriptive and colorful passages; Prokofieffs scintillating "March" and two Armenian dances by Khachaturian, with the Tschaikowsky number, completed the prc-intermission offering. In addition to the Bennett work, later works included the Overture to Leonard Bernstein's "Candide"; Don Gillis' "Spiritual" from his Symphony No. 5!!:, with Dennis Layne, assistant director, conducting; Harry Simcone's "Flute Cocktail", featuring Vicki Vickrey, Carolyn Martin and Carol Ann Kunitsugu as the proficient flute trio, and Peter Berger's stirring "Manifest Destiny" Symphonic March. One of the most excellent musical organizations of its kind, and popular throughout the large area in which it has per YUCAIPA ALTAR SOCIETY PARTY Altar Society of St. Frances X. Cabrini Catholic church in Yucaipa will sponsor a c a r d party Wednesday in the social hall of the church. Refreshments will be served at 12:30 p.m., fol- Frisbey, James Hathaway and j lowed by an afternoon of cards. Terry Moore. The public is invited. ger, Beckie McKenzie. S u s a n j formed, the UR Band and its Jorgenson. Bettina and Teresa j skillful director received warm Nunn, Leslie Rudell and Bever- applause for their musical en- ly Rothenberger. Itertainment. Older students in western garb i The next Youth Concert is were delightful in their inteprc- 1 scheduled for February 23 when tation of the "Cake Walk" sec- 1 David Daniels will diiect the tion of Robert Russell Bennett's University - Community Sym "Suite of Old American Dances" j phony Orchestra in a specially during the second half of the ; arranged program. Mrs. Nitterhouse Elected To Head Horticultural Society For 1964 Redlands Horticultural and Improvement Society elected Mrs. William M. Nitterhouse to the presidency for 1064 during its Friday evening meeting at La Posada. The regular meeting date has returned- to the third Friday evening of the month with dinner at 6 followed by the program at 7. Also elected for the term were Mrs. Ann Ford Farran, first vice president; Mrs. Donald S. Cummings, second vice president; Mrs. Nellie Gatlin. recording secretary; Mrs. 0. K. Horner, corresponding secretary; Miss Margie Walker, treasurer; Mrs. John H. Rushing, membership chairman, and Mrs. Mildred Crowell, publicity chairman. On the board of directors are DON'T MISS Only 2 Sales a Year at Thana's — No Special Purchases! ALL From Our Regular Stock of Famous Names! This is a Sale You Can't Afford to Miss! So Hurry Down! SALE STARTS TOMORROW — TUESDAY. JAN. 21st. DRESSES Every conceivable fabric in our large group of dresses in both tailored and dressy styles from our famous C# QQ maker groups. Range of sizes from 5 to 20. *W% Formerly to $69.98 Some as low as W SKIRTS Wools, knits, cotton blends, in our fine skirt collection. Plaids, tweeds and solid colors. Sheaths, $^RR pleats, wrap styles. Formerly y ^OO KNITS Beautiful double knits and flat knits - Imports and domestic styles in this group - dresses and 2 and 3 piece CV^BR suits, some with leather trims. Fashion at its Y ••# finest! Formerly to 579.98 Some as low as • • CAPRIS & BERMUDAS Pants in all lengths and all fabrics from cottons through blends to wools and velvets. Bermudas £^ QQ starting at Y*.00 Capris CA OQ starting at Y *t «00 SUITS An exciting group of fine suits, wools. Cm « 00 knits, cottons and blends, world famous 1 1 CAPRIS & BERMUDAS Pants in all lengths and all fabrics from cottons through blends to wools and velvets. Bermudas £^ QQ starting at Y*.00 Capris CA OQ starting at Y *t «00 SUITS An exciting group of fine suits, wools. Cm « 00 knits, cottons and blends, world famous 1 1 SLEEPWEAR Cozy Comfort for nippy nights — flannelette $088 gowns both long and short styles — SWEATERS Exquisite, hand-beaded sweaters, Imported f from Hong Kong. Only 7 Iff*! 2 PBICP SWEATERS Exquisite, hand-beaded sweaters, Imported f from Hong Kong. Only 7 Iff*! 2 PBICP ROBES Gift yourself with a lovely robe from our large collection — nylon quilts, cotton quilts, fleeces in long and §#88 dress lengths. Formerly ^ft 'AFTER-FIVE 1 DRESSES Fabulous styles for late day wear . . . exotic and dramatic fashions. Prices Drastically Reduced. ROBES Gift yourself with a lovely robe from our large collection — nylon quilts, cotton quilts, fleeces in long and §#88 dress lengths. Formerly ^ft 'AFTER-FIVE 1 DRESSES Fabulous styles for late day wear . . . exotic and dramatic fashions. Prices Drastically Reduced. LINGERIE Small groups of lingerie — Vj slips, full slips, and briefs in nylon tricot. Come early for these as they won't last longl BLOUSES Tailored and dressy blouses in cottons, blends, whipped creams, prints and solids, both overblouses $188 and tuck-ins . . . famous name brands. Formerly V LINGERIE Small groups of lingerie — Vj slips, full slips, and briefs in nylon tricot. Come early for these as they won't last longl BLOUSES Tailored and dressy blouses in cottons, blends, whipped creams, prints and solids, both overblouses $188 and tuck-ins . . . famous name brands. Formerly V • PLEASE — NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES AT THESE LOW PRICES — LIMITED LAY-AWAY. THANA'S, 214 E. State St., Redlands, Easy Parking in the Rear Frank Heil, Tirso Serrano and Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Hayes first term; Peter Dangermond. D. C. Cummings and O. K. Horner, second term. Forty - five members and guests enjoyed the evening's program presented by Phillip Lord, San Gorgonio District recreation officers, on the subject of "Multiple Use Management Of Our National Forests". Mr. Lord explained the interaction of the five multiple uses: wood, water, forage, wildlife and recreation. A colored film prepared by the U. S. Forest Service was shown, with particular emphasis on the San Bernardino Range and Recreation Area. A circus rosebush, donated by Sage's for the prize of the evening, was won by Miss Marjorie Gurtler. The next meeting will be on February 21 when Dr. and Mrs. L. Susserman will present their film entitled "Flowers of Ha waii". HOSPITAL AUXILIARY MEETING TOMOROW Redlands Community Hospital Auxiliary will hear a program on "Safety in Hospitals" during the meeting tomorrow morning in the Nurses' Home. A coffee hour at 9:30 will be followed by the general meeting at 10. The board will convene at 9 o'clock. MAKE f RIEN05 FILLING A NEED — Mrs. Sylvia Farrott, left, accepts articles of children's clothing from Mrs. Jackie Schupisser, center, and Mrs. Jane Gutknecht who are interested in collecting mora to add to the PTA Clothes Closet maintained at the Family Service Association. There were 266 children who received 2110 clothing 'items during the period from September 1 to December 1 and more stock is needed now to fill the continuing needs of youngsters. Drive Starts To Replenish PTA Clothes Closet Clothing for children from kindergarten age through junior high school is being collected for the PTA Clothes Closet located at the Family Service Association, 114 West Vine street. The clothing drive started today and will continue through January 31 with welfare chairmen from 11 PTA units and volunteers from PTA membership providing a staff to manage the drive. The necessity for replenishing the clothing stock is noted with the announcement that from September 1 to December 1. records show that 266 children were provided with 2110 articles of clothing. The children are referred by social workers, Mrs. Lucille Old er. executive secretary at the F.S.A., the visiting nurse and principals of Redlands schools. The shop is open from 9 to 11 a.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. Chairmen for their respective PTA units are Mrs. Connie Ellis, Cope Junior High; Mrs. Joan Shawver, Crafton; Mrs. David Pound. Franklin; Mrs. Fran Gadbois and Mrs. Iva Rodgers, Kingsbury. Mrs. William Ahlborn. Lugonia: Mrs. Irene Webb, McKinley; Mrs. Jackie Schuppisser and Mrs. Sylvia Parrott, Mentone; Mrs. Frank Bates and Mrs. Dorothy Barron, Redlands Junior High, and Mrs. Mary Ann Fromuth, Smiley. Any of the above named chairmen will be glad to make arrangements to collect clothing A bride sends thank- you notes for gifts as soon as she returns from the honeymoon. MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERY CUSTOM MADE MATTRESSES Free Pick-Up and Delivery Free Estimates BANNER Mattress & Upholstery Co. 122 CAJON PY 3-5851 Youth Benefits From D.A.R. Card Party Daughters of the American Revolution, Arrowhead chapter, sponsored their annual youth benefit card party Friday afternoon in the board room of Redlands public schools. Each member invited three guests and tables for four with lace covers were centered with a tiny flag. Dessert was served, followed by an afternoon of cards. Mrs. Phoebe James, regent, and many members collaborated in the successful party prep- jarations. Mrs. J. C. Yribarne, vice regent, and Mrs. N. E. An- idersen, treasurer, kept records of tables at the entrance. Youth benefit proceeds go to two D.A.R. owned and operated schools, Kate Duncan Smith school in Grant, Ala., and Tamassee school at Tamassee, S.- C; also to several Indian and approved schools, and for American history, good citizenship |and girl homemaker awards giv- [en in California junior and se- jnior high schools. A Southern California Council meeting is scheduled for tomorrow in San Diego, to be attended by Mrs. James, Mrs. Yri­ barne and Mrs. Andersen. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready mar- Iket through Classified Ads. "so different!" • C«itom«r Parting Validated • You May Park in Front 221 Eat Stat* Helen Vawter ACTOU from security B»k Jessie Vawter items or they may be taken di- sociation to be placed in the rectly to the Family Service As- PTA Clothes Closet. DOWNTOWN REDLANDS Beauty at a Savings Annual January Cold Wave Special 9 98 Reg. $18 Wave Now Only (Tinted and Bleached Hair Excluded) On a beauty budget? Then come in during the month of January and save on our Annual Cold Wave Special ... it will give your budget and your spirits a lift! limited offer expires Jan. 31. Phone PY 3-3960 For Appointment PY 3-2366 BEAUTY SALON - MEZZANINE - HARRIS' BOOK SHOP 113 Fifth Street CLEARANCE Continuing Thru Jan. 31 Regularly $8.95 World Globes . Regularly $3.49 to $5.95 Framed Pictures Large Leather-Covered Family Bibles $595 1 (Protestant, Catholic, Hebrew) 2 '/ 2 Other Bibles Greatly Reduced! Group of Prayer Books Many New Titles in Withdrawn Library Books . Wro'/aoff 39c — 3/$1 . 69c — 2/ST Others 98c 39c — 3/$! Children's Books 69c — 2/$1 1 . 1 Regularly $1.00 to $1.50 Selected Group of Better Titles . limited Group Deluxe Books Odds and Ends Box (Boob, maps, prints) . to OFF . Sharply Reduced'. 5K25L

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