Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 1, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Saturday, February 1, 1964
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Redlands Daily Facts Saturday, Feb. 1,1964 - 3 ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE RE AY Society Editor THETAS RECOGNIZED — Mrs. Gilmore Hersom, left, president of District VII Kappa Alpha Theta alumnae and a resident of Phoenix, Ariz., congratulates three 50-year members honored at Thursday's luncheon for which Redlands Alumnae club was hostess. From left are Mrs. Hersom, Mrs. A. M. Root Jr., of Corona, Mrs. Nora Parker Coy of San Bernardino and Mrs. Winslow S. Randall of Redlands. Mrs. Hersom was luncheon speaker at the Country Club luncheon. 50-Year Members Honored By Kappa Alpha Thetas Honoring the founding of Kappa Alpha Thcta in 1870, members of Redlands Alumnae Club luncheon hostesses to more than 30 alumnae from Riverside and San Bernardino counties Thursday afternoon at Red-i lands Country Club. j Fifty-year membership cerlif -j icates were presented to three members present. They are Mrs. Winslow Randall, Redlands: Mrs. Nora Parker Coy. San Bernardino: and Mrs. A. M. Root, Jr., Corona. Mrs. Gilmore Herom, District Seven Alumnae Director, of Phoenix, Arizona, spoke to the group about her recent visit to the Insititute of Logopedics in Wichita, Kansas. Kappa Alpha Theta is a major contributors to this center, which does work- in assisting physically handicapped children to speak. Donations to the Friendship Fund were received. This fund gives emergency financial assistance to active Thcta members and is supported through annual contributions of alumnae at the Founder's Day celebration throughout the country, j Mrs. George Paul, president) |of the Redlands group, was chairman of the luncheon committee, assisted by Mrs. William Fawcctt. Mrs. Paul an nounced that Miss Margaret Barrett of Redlands has pledged Kappa Alpha Theta at Ohio State University. Attending the luncheon from Redlands were Mmes. William C. Miller. Walker Smith Jr., I. Hunter Crittenden, James A. Griswold, M. B. Cantley, Paul Wiggins, Had Ahl, Charles C. Graeber, Helen Mc.Murray Freeman, Randall, Paul and Fawcett. Image Of Americans Abroad To Be Analyzed In Talk Af Woman's Club Under auspices of the International affairs section of the Contemporary club, Jerry L. Pettis, professor of cultural medicine at Loma Linda University since 1948, will be the Monday afternoon speaker. His topic will be "Around thcWorld in Thirty Minutes. Are We Really Ugly Americans?" Mr. Pettis developed his views on the image of Americans overseas through years of travel throughout the world. In his position as vice president for development for Loma Linda University, he has been brought into close contact with both foreign officials and the man on the street. A graduate of Pacific Union college at Angwin with a degree in speech, Mr. Pettis took graduate work at USC and Hie University of Denver. He was professor of journalism at Union College, Nebraska, from 1941 to 1943. During World War II, he was flight instructor and command pilot in the Air Transport Command, Pacific Theatre. Later, he was a United JERRY L. PETTIS Perns Baritone Wins District Opera Audition Point", and the eluding "Dr. Kildare Casey", "Breaking "The Eleventh Hour" Donna Reed Show. He was founder and vicej president of the Audio-Digest Foundation which provides Air Lines pilot and special as-jt a p e recorded medical informa- sistant to the Air Lines presi-jtj on for doctors throughout the dent. | world and also founder and A citrus rancher and a pub- j president of Magnetic Tape lie affairs consultant. Mr. Pet- Duplicators, the world's larg- tis is also technical advisor to a lest user and duplicator of mag- number of TV dramas, in-lnetic recording tape. Richard D. Williams of Perns, a baritone, has been selected winner of the San Bernardino Riverside Counties District auditions for the Metropolitan Opera Company, according to Miss Gwendolyn Roberts of San Bernardino, district director and member of the Regional committee. Mr. Williams will now compete in the Regional semi-finals in Los Angeles February 18 Winner at that time will compete February 19 in the finals whenRudoIf Bing, general manager of the Metropolitan Opera Company, will be the lone judge. Mr. Williams has sung both in this country and in Germany where he taught music and English in U. S. Army schools. He is a graduate of Riverside City College and UCLA and at- ,.g cn ! tended opera workshops at UCLA and in Germany. He was accompanied at the audition by his present teacher, Robert Derick of Riverside. Mr. Williams has sung with the Riverside Opera Association and directs a church choir in Ferris where he now teaches at Perris Valley Junior High school. Jacques Griffe Adds Parachute Straps Look By ALINE MOSBY United Press International PARIS (UPI) —To have Exemplar Party Plans Scheduled AARP Chapter To See Travel Film Program "Travels With Louise" is the title of the travel picture pro-i Mrs. Irvin Argleben reported j gram to be presented nextj on plans for a potluck dinner j Wednesday evening when Red, , ... ... lands AARP chapter meets atl party when Xi Kappa Alpha,^ p m fa , he £, ard room o( | chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met j Redlands public schools, cornerl of Lugonia avenue and Orange I street. ary 22 in the home of Mr. and iEastern seacoast. Officers and committee chairmen met this week at the Lee Matthews home on College avenue. President Porter Wall completed his appointment of chairmen for the year. A detailed news letter will soon be mailed Mrs. Harry Woltman. Invitations will be extended to all eligible exemplar degree candi uates and their husbands. Arangements for the annual Founder's Day banquet was discussed and Mrs. Eugene Stabl was appointed to represent the chapter on the arrangements committee of the City Council of Beta Sigma Phi. The .program was presented by Mrs. William H. Breedlove on the theme "Good Lives". Included in her talk was a puzzling "scrambled scientists" quiz. "Secret Sister" gifts were exchanged and Mrs. Johnson was presented an attractively decorated birthday cake. natural waistline or not is the! tnis ueek at <he home of Mrs. question in the Paris fashion .Mary Johnson, 602 Roosevelt shows. Designer Jacques Griffe 1 road, j The pictures will be shown by played it both ways today by! T ,„ . , . . . |Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Schultz Jr. putting women into "parachute! . , part> ' planned by " le 50 j and will show scenes of places straps." * claI committee, will be Febru- j visited on their trip along the; Griffe. who has a large clientele of avid French fans, kept to his usual slim, Ioose-waisted and uncluttered line. But he jumped into the current waist controversy by adding a variety of half-belts dangling in front, in back or crossing in front like straps parachute jumpers wear. Suits, both in daytime light wool and linen and late afternoon printed silks or evening lame, had loosely hanging half- belts in back. On one checked wool the half-belt continued around to the front to become an inset "parachute strap" piece that crossed over the bosom in "X" shape. Griffe used this same parachute strap design on a narrow, loose, and sleeveless navy and even on several wool dress straight coats. ]back and continuing around in To avoid actually belting the!front ,0 form an " x "waist at its natural spot, hej Griffe also showed a series of also designed "hide and seek";Jumper dresses with chiffon belts. On a yellow nubby tweed jacket, a wide black leather half-belt in back vanished at the side but appeared in front with a huge buckle. A blue-and - white checked blouses. Matching jackets had wide patent leather belts threaded around the waist. Some suit skirts were narrow and straight, others pleated. Griffe kept shoulders natural fitted coat had a blue belt | and suit jackets collarless, or threaded through the fabric in i with narrow collars and lapels to members. The Tri County conference in Palm Springs last Sunday was attended by 16 members of the Redlands chapter. Plans are being completed for the February 17 trip to the Date Festival in Indio and for a trip to Marineland April 8 Q—The bidding has been: West Nortb -East Sonth IV Pass Pass Dble Pass 2 * Pass 2f Pass 2 4- Pass 4* Pass 5+ Pass ? • Yon, South, told: 4KJ108? VA +K543+AQ6 What do you do? A—Pus. Tour .partner only bid two clubs at his first torn after your double. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding two clubs your partner jumps to two spades over your- double. What do you do now? Answer Monday ... Gifts from the Heart (Friday, February 14th) XrAKROW- GIH S Because Only The Best Is Good Enough For Your Valentine Choose a gift of their liking from Harris' never-ending selection of sure-to-please Valentine gifts! What better way to tell him "Be My Valentine" than with an Arrow gift he'll wear with pride. t Arrow's "DECTON" White Dress Shirt ... 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