Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 6, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, February 6, 1964
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ccietij MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor TRAVELING TROUBADORS — Joy Tillon, left, and Bob Walter are two adventurous Redlands boys who plan to leave here Monday for New York from where they will fly to Europe. With their respective guitar and banjo, they hope to help pay their way while traveling on the Continent and British Isles for six months as entertainers. Folk songs are their specialty. Two Travelers Hope To "Play" Way Through Europe Traveling on a shoestring — and looking forward to the experience — are two young Red- landers who will start out Monday for a look at another part of the world. They are Bob Walter, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Walter Jr.. 1032 West Highland avenue, and Jay Tilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lawton, 816 San Mateo street. The boys hope to be gone for six months and, if all goes well, will spend the rest of the winter in Spain, the spring in England and the cummer in France. Depending on their financial situation, they also hope to get to AAUW BRIDGE SECTION TO MEET Section B of the AAUW bridge group will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ralph Mitchell. 719 East Cypress avenue Members are asked to call in their reservations. We Specialize in \ All Types of Permanent J Waves and Tints s i BRUSH BACK Permanent j Special $4.50 No Setting Necessary } Mentone Beauty Shop! 1870 Mentone Blvd. Mentone I Open Evenings by Appt. Only K 794-1900 } SALLY YATES - OWNER* .other countries, including i Greece, while they arc that near. Both have been studying at San Bernardino Valley college. Bob has been recently taking night courses and working at the Lange and Runkcl garage in Redlands days and Jay has been teaching guitar in his spare moments. He will take his gui- Music Program Presented For Xi Theta Betas Mrs. Flora Lindcnberger presented a program on "Power and Influence of Music in Life" during the Tuesday evening meeting of Xi Thela Beta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority at the home of her sister. Mrs. Florence Lindcnberger. SO") Alvarado street. Mrs. Flora Whipple served as co-hostess. Mrs. Lindcnberger is a member and past president of the Woman's Music club in Long Beach, California. She read a paper she wrote in 19C0 at which time she presented it to her club. At a later date she presented the same program to an exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi in Long Beach. Mrs. Lindcnberger explained that not all people appreciate music in the same manner and should | not be expected to. ! It was announced that the jM i s s i o n California Council breakfast will be at the Azure tar and Bob will take his banjo to Europe. There they hope to find interested employers and subsequent audiences in hotels, night clubs and other places of entertainment to help finance ] their trip. Current plans are to go by bus I to New York (unless a share- the-ride plan turns up in the !next few days), then fly to Lux- jembourg and head for Spain. After that, the two American jtroubadors will test their luck jas entertainers and stretch their !travels as far as possible. "And 'we can always come home if we go broke", they chorus. Hills Country Club in Riverside on March 15. Mrs. Fern Mathena. service chairman, read a letter from Ithe Woman's Receiving Unit at {Patton State Hospital thanking .the chapter for beauty supplies klonated by the members, j Nominating committee for ^ 1964-1965 officers were selected. jThcy are Mrs. John Dunn. Mrs. Richard Kidd and Mrs. William Simpson. ! Members attending were j.Mmes. William Barlow, Richard i Dixon, Dunn, Barney Gentry, JTerry Higdon, Kidd, Joe Ma- jrino, Mathena, Thomas McGow;an, L. E. Nelson, William Pat- ierson, Simpson, Richard Trues- idell, Gary Barnes, Lindcnberger | and Whipple. Pianist Jack Crossan To Give Recital Monday Presenting the first University of Redlands faculty recital of the spring semester. Jack Crossan. pianist will perform Monday, at 8:15 p.m. in Watchorn auditorium. In a program encompassing repertoire from the Romantic, Impressionistic and Contemporary realms. Crossan will offer as a special interest to the California audience a work of Los Angeles composer Ellis Kohs. Opening the concert with Kohs' Piano Variations written in 1946, Crossan will then perform Sonata in A minor, Opus 143 by Franz Schubert. Debussy's impressionistic "Children's Corner Suite" will be represented by "Serenade for the Doll," "The Snow- is Dancing." and "Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum." Concluding work will be the Prelude. Chorale and Fugue by Cesar Franck. Featured in a four-page notice in the current issue of "Bravo." musical - arts magazine. Crossan is a member of the University of Redlands school of music faculty and, pianist for the newly organized Descanso Trio which made its debut this fall. Currently under contract as a performing soloist with the Community Concert national series, this spring Crossan will perform conccrls in Arizona and his own native state. California. | No admission charge is made 1 | for the UR faculty recital and| ithe public is invited. YUCAIPA WOMAN'S CLUB CARD PARTY Yucaipa Woman's club invites men as well as women to their card party planned for next: Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. in the clubhouse. Mrs. Leona Booth. Mrs. Caroline Peterson and .Mrs. W. II. Ellis are hostesses and will serve a cherry dessert in keeping with the George Washington motif. A variety o! prizes will be given. KITTEN ON THE KEYS MANCHESTER. Eng. (UPIj —A team of four Manchester University students Wednesday claimed the world's piano- Ismashing record. They smashed an upright model to within three inches of the ground in two minutes and 20 seconds. The previous record was said to have been four minutes. PTA Plans Paper Drive JACK CROSSAN Photo by Armand RETIRED OFFICERS WIVES LUNCHEON HERE Orange Empire Retired Officers Wives club will meet Thursday, February 13. at noon in the Redlands Room at Sage's in Redlands. Mrs. Horace McCoury, Riverside artist, will be the speaker. Luncheon reservations are due by next Tuesday with Mrs. James Grider. 7935677. Membership in the club is open to all wives or widows of retired military officers. VALENTINE DANCE IN CHERRY VALLEY The Federation of American Citizens of German Descent invite the public to join them for their Valentine Dance Saturday, Zefa Rhos See \Redlands Daily Facts Thurs., Feb. 6, 1964 - 3 Demonstration Of Cooking Art Mrs. Jane Shaw, home economist for the Southern California Edison Company, was assisted by Mrs. Ethel Cunningham in presenting the Tuesday evening program for Zeta Rho chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. They demonstrated Oriental cooking, giving some of the history of this culinary art and preparing some dishes for the group. During the meeting, a Mission California Council breakfast was announced for March 15 at Azure Hills Country club. Plans were made for a husband and wife party for members and rushees sometime this month. Mrs. Jules J. Lawrence received a going-away gift from her sorority sisters. The Lawrence family will move to Rialto soon. Guests for the evening were Mmes. Mason B. Watson. Stephen J. Caroll, Larry D. Furst. William C. Ragsdalc, Florence Fox and Kay Moore. Members present were Mmes. George E. Coe, Dennis Figgins. Corb L. Flick Jr., Lawrence. Leslie W. Rogers Jr.. Robert M. Scott. William P. Wilder. M. Harry Whalcn. James C. Bates and Boyd A. Johnson, sponsor- director. | Plans for a paper drive were | announced when Lincoln PTA board met this week at the home of Mrs. Meredith Aldama. 837 Clay street. The drive will be sometime in March. Arrangements to have the John Armstrong Circus at the school in March were also begun. Attending were Mmes. Sal Gonzales. John Ramos. Joe Jimenez, Raymond Clark, Oddie Martinez, Refugio Barbo, Albert i Mendoza, Raul Garcia. Roland Espinoza. Samuel Sepulveda.l Joe Gonzales Jr.; and Principal! Charles Dover. starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Grange Hall in Cherry Valley. There will be a special prize and refreshments for all. Franklin Cubs Schedule Events February events in which Cub Scouts of Franklin school's Pack 5 will participate include the Lincoln Shrine Pilgrimage [February 8; a trip to the San | Bernardino County Museum 'February 15. a family affair: and the annual Blue and Gold | Dinner February 25 at the school. Cubs receiving awards at the recent Pack meeting were Larry Arrenda, Robert Jenkins. .Mike Ruggs, Rudy Saldona. ! Billy Stiles, David Kenney, Ray |Gibson, Mike Riggs, David Luce |and Glen Rosales. Guests Join Auxiliary For Dinner Program Hearts and flowers set the mood at the Contemporary Club Monday night for members of the Evening Auxiliary, their "sweethearts" and guests. Two large hearts of pink net ornamented the dining room walls, and topiary trees of net and glitter added glamour to the tables. The artistic decorations were the handwork of Mmes. Leonard A. Jones. Wilbur Sandel, and Mildred Hamilton. "Guest Night" honorees were welcomed at the door by Mrs. Isabel Moore and during dinner by the club president, Mrs. Harry A. Briggs. A gay program was presented by television professionals Julie Hand and Phil Gray, who were accompanied by L i I a h Hand. Julie's mother. Almost as delightful as the singing and dancing were the many costumes worn by Miss Hand and her partner. Singer Phil Gray proved his musical versatility with two selections on the slide trombone, a popular feature of the program. The Auxiliary's next regular meeting will be February 17. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 Q—He bidding has been: West North East South IV 14 Pass ? Yon, South hold: •KJ10 87 ¥A •K543 +AQ6 What do you do? A—Bid two hearts. 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