Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 27, 1964 · Page 3
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Sunday Night Bridge Results Sixteen tables, divided into two sections, took part in last evening's Duplicate bridge tournament at the YMCA. Section A winners. North- South position, were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Donald Jr.. first; Marshall Miles and Dr. L. Sorben, second; Mr. and Mrs.A. J. Osburn, third. East-West, Mrs. D. Lobis and Mrs. R. Emcrick. first; Mr. and Mrs. Charlesj Drake, second; Mrs. Maryj Shockley and Mrs. Virginia Walters, third. Section B winners. North South, were Mrs. Geneva Rcit- er and Paul Joosten. first; Mrs. Ray Brown and Mrs. Patty Harnage. second; Mrs. Geraldine Wright and Richard O'Leary, third. East-West, Orton Woodhead and Mrs. Mary Hunter, first; Mrs. Amy Beck and Mrs. Edna Green, second; Roy Barker and Mrs. Phyllis Stewart, third. 1 ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor "Ballad Of Will Rogers" To Begin Nation-Wide Tour At UR Premiere Red lands Daily Facts Monday, Jan. 27,1964-3 AFS Student Speaks To Church Women Mener Frades from the Philippines, American Field Service 'student this year at Redlands, High school, was guest speak-> Redlands has been chosen fori Rogers story in recognition of cr at the recent meeting of the the world premiere of an cxcit-) ,ne distinctive UR drama pro- j Christian Women's Fellowship of ing new stage play. "The Bal-l ?^. m J^ thc quaIil - v of ,hcatrc :State Street Christian church ! lad of Will Rogers", by thc eminent American playwrights Arnold Marquis and Don Quinn. -Marquis, author and producer of numerous TV shows including "Cavalcade of America," j patronage. A sa j a( l | uneneon was scrV cd| Gene DePaul. who wrote the bv Mrs M M Anderson, presi-. !music for "Li'l Abner" and oth- ^ Mmcs PauI Brcihan , L or-i or Broadway hits, has composed ; inc Wmte and Jack Gritton pre and Quinn. author of such memorable hits as "The Halls of Ivy" and "Fibber McGee and Molly," have chosen the University of Redlands' Little Theatre on the Zanja for the debutof their musical and dramatic treatment of the W i 11 If You want Your Child to have the finest of Educational Opportunities . . . PHONE 793-3063 Ask for Mr. Brandlon, Headmaster VALLLEY PREPARATORY SCHOOL Kindergarten through 8th Grade ceding thc meeting in the social the musical score for "Thc Ballad of Will Rogers." ha „ Qf t[]c church Tables werc| The production will star film decorated with miniature fig-: and television actor George ures and Djts of cora i {rom , hc ; Dunn as Will, and one of Amen-; phi | iine T s i ands . i can's most popular folk singers. | j George Alexander, as the bal ladeer. UR actors will appear with the stars. A real coup for theatre goers of this area, "The Ballad of Will Rogers" will make a 26- week tour of the nations following the Redlands premiere. The Plays" in the current drama | season. Season ticket patrons j may use their reservations fori "Prize Plays" for "The Ballad of Will Rogers" with no addi-| tional charge. WAF REASSIGNED - Airman Jane O. Walter of Redlands, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. Walter, 255 Judson street, and a member of the Women in the Air Force, is being reassigned to Greenville AFB, Miss., for technical training as a U. S. Air Force medical service specialist. She enlisted in the Air Force recently and completed initial basic military training at Lackland AFB, Tex. The premiere will be a fea- life story of the great American jture of UR Writers Week with humorist, columnist, entertainer, (performances in the Little philosopher and worldwide am-,Theatre on the Zanja Wednes- bassador of good will who "ncv-fday, Feb. 19. Thursday.Feb. er met a man he didn't like."20. Friday. Feb. 21 and Satur- WCTU MEETING |will be told in drama, song and day. Feb. 22 at 8:15 p.m. <The: TOMORROW : dance. | Friday and Saturday perform • Albert and Bertha Johnson, ances are sold out to season tic- — — i VR directors, will serve as host ket patrons.) Reservations for m °rrow at 2 p.m. in the loungc| I producers of thc premiere. They; the Wednesday and Thursday, of llu! first Baptist church. (have announced that "Thc Bal-(performances may be made ilad of Will Rogers" will replace!through the Drama Department: SELL IT TOMORROW the previously scheduled "Prizelat the University of Redlands.'With low - cost Classified Ads Redlands WCTU will meet to-| LAST CALL! Sale Ends Sat - Feb. 1st Lady Pepperell Combed Percale in Floral or Stripes and Deep Tone Matching Solid Colors Rose Duet Sheets Combed cotton percale in pink, blue, lilac or yellow on white. Top sheet has 18" turn back panel in dual tone rose pattern, bottom sheet all over print. Reg. SALE Flat or filled twins S3 J? $2.99 $3.99 pr. ^2.38 pr. Flat or filled full. $4.59 Cases $2.58 Reg. SALE Flat or filled £J QQ^ twins Flot c full! Coses filled so, $3.99 $2.58 pr. $2.38 pr. Solo Stripe Sheets Top sheet in stripes with matching solid color hems, bottom sheet allover stripe. Beige, lilac. Indigo blue, orange, fern green, antique golden, blue and green. 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