Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 8, 1964 · Page 3
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Local Writer Speaks At Church Luncheon Mrs. Arthur (Hildcgarde) Swift, nationally known authoress and member of the church, was speaker at this week's luncheon meeting of the Women's Fellowship of the First Congregational church in Kimberly hall. Mrs. Swift used several excerpts from various biographies and addresses of Abraham Lincoln as a fitting introduction toi Brotherhood Week. She then! read passages from her own! pensive book. 'Worth Star Shin- 1 ing". This book is a social his- 1 tory of the American Negro andj is dedicated to a Negro chap-i lian killed in World War II. I It was announced that help is! needed with many forthcoming ; events at the church. Mrs. Paul! W. Zatzke and Mrs. Robert Rob-j erts will be co-chairmen for a; dinner honoring George L. Lacy! when he is ordained to the min-j istry February 16. j Mrs- Russell W. McDowell \ and Mrs. George W. Cline are in charge of arrangements for the dinner February 18 when members of the Jewish Men's club will be guests of the Congregational Men's club. On February 24. the Women's Fellowship will serve the monthly dinner at the House of Neighborly Service. Mrs. Horace A. Radford is chairman. | Knights of the Roundtable will- he dinner guests February 251 with Mrs. James II. Porch andj Mrs. Willis Van in charge. Mem! bers are urged to call any of, the above named chairmen to ( volunteer their assistance. ; Miss Harriet .). Coey told of! Priscilla circle's project, the collecting of cancelled stamps especially the larger sized com memorative types. They will be sent to a Refugee Center in Germany to be sorted, mounted and distributed to stamp agencies. ocietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAV Society Editor GOP Board Members Plan Coming Events Annual A.G.O. Program Sunday In Local Church V ON TUESDAY PROGRAM - John Golz, violinist, ond lou- onne Fuchs, pianist, will perform Sonatas by Beethoven and Hindemith Tuesday evening on the Chamber Music series program in Watchorn hall at the University of Redlands. Eleanore Schoenfeld, 'cellist, and Jack Crossan, pianist, will also be heard. All are members of the U. R. school of music faculty. Mission PTA Board Elects New Secretary Mrs. Donald Simoneaux was elected secretary of Mission PTA at the Wednesday morning meeting of the board completing the term of Mrs. Agnus Bruce whose resignation was submitted because of her impending move from the district, dents. Tickets may be pur- 1 ; :|U.R. Faculty Artists To Present Chamber Music Concert Tuesday Four distinguished members Miss Schoenfeld and Mr. Cros- of the University of Redlandsj san w JH p i av the Bach Sonata school of music faculty will lin D Ma j 0 r, No. 2. The violin- Mrs. Raymond Haight, 611 j Riverside - San Bernardino South Buena Vista street, was Counties chapter of the Ameri- hostess Thursday to members can Guild of Organists will pre- of the board of Redlands Re-sent its annual organ and instru- publican Women's club. ments program in Redlands this Preliminary arrangements for >' car - Thc program is scheduled several approaching events were for 4 P m - tomorrow at Trinity- made by the board at this time. Episcopal church. There will be a Lincoln Dav! The program will open withi tea next Wednesday from 2:3 <r Purce!1 ' s Sonata in G minor.! to -4 p.m. at the home of the featuring Robert Colburn, trum club president. Mrs. Lee Har-;P ct ' and Thomas Talbert. organ- ris. 363 Summit avenue. This' 5 '- Jackson Ingham, recorder, event will also include the club's and Dorothy Hester, organist, annual meeting. i w '" present the Handel Sonata The membership drive is m _ F Ma , jor -, . _ . , „. , scheduled to start later t h i s' Concer ant , e , by Da " ,cI uP "t month with a membership par- J. amMw,U , fea(ture A - ty in the form of a fash-^, mght ', cc,es « A , n , chae ' J ' ion luncheon. ! Moore - tympani; Carleton Macy, . . , . ipercussion: Mike Smith, glock- A reminder was made of the enspiel and Lo wdl Vincent La- dinner honoring George Murphy cev orRan j st February 24 at the Orange i Haydn's Concerto in C Major bttov '- [will be performed by Claire Present Thursday were Mmes. Sheldon. Judith Olson. Janice C. A. Luttrell. Emmitt 0. Gra- : Mcintosh and Catherine W a 1- ham III. Richard Smith. Roland drop, violins: Effie Golz and Tornquist. Blanche Reese. Jack and Lowell Laccy, violas; Kar- Beaver. Robert II. Wilson. Louis en Hammond and Marjorie Fletcher, G. A. Jahn. HansHines. oboists, and Herbert M. Warjonc. A. E. Isham, Harris11verson, organist, and Haight. j The program will conclude jwith the chorale - fantasy on ! "Christ the Lord Has Risen - ' by | Flora Peetcrs. played by William Hendrick anu Harold Warman. itrumpets: James Clark, bari- jtone horn: Daniel Clark, trom We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT. present the next concert in the current Chamber Music scries Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. in Watch orn hall on the U. R. campus. Performing in ensembles and duos will be John Golz. violinist; Eleanore Schoenfeld. 'cellist; and Jack Crossan and Louanne Fuchs, pianists. Admission to the concert is by season membership or by individual ticket purchase. There is a special discount for stu- Mrs. Clarence E. Van Louven reported that donations of money and trading stamps toward establishing a scholarship fund for Mission students was progressing well. Three intersting films and! lectures scheduled for .May were announced by Mrs. Norman Baughman, parent education chairman. Lecturers will be Mrs. Inga C. McDanicls, psychologist and director of guid ance of Colton High School Dis trict; Dr. Mildred Scott of the chased at the box office. Mr. Golz and Miss Fuchs will join in the playing of Sonatas bv Beethoven and Hindemith. ist, "cellist and Miss Fuchs will also play the Mozart Trio in B Flat Major. Crafton PTA Unit Features j Spelling Bee Parents and teachers at Craf- llon School enjoyed an interest- ling Founders' Day program this County Health Department ami;™ 0 * w £ idl also fcaturcd a a vice officer from the Sheriffs! Sl £ llln f, Bce -. ,.., department Fourth grade children partici- «nu «1 ,. . paling were Cindy Oakleaf. Wilbur N. Vroman. district Paul sandifer. Louis Ducharm. superintendent announced that! Tcd(lv Lehmann and Stephanie' the district will participate in aivince. Fifth graders were' Most parents of teen-agers bonc - and Ian Johnstone, or- find it difficult to answer theisanist. following plea: "Why do I have: Chaplain Herbert M. link will to come home so early? Joan's lcad the offering. mother and father let her stay; out later!" This kind of complaint is heard in such related matters as how many dates a week are permissible, what places a son or daughter can go to, etc. The popular attitude among most parents is to let the teenagers have the same privileges as others have in their crowd. 'Mentone PTA Meets Tuesday Plans were made at the February board meeting for the Mentonc P.T.A. Founders Day- program February 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the school. Honorary- memberships will be presented But, there's a catch in that wayi and tnere will be a silent auc- of handling the problem. Teen-agers are cagey. They choose decisions of the most- easy-going parents as the criteria and the rules for the crowd are based on their lenience. If Joan's mother is the most lenient mother in the group, pretty soon all Joan's friends ; 0 f are using Joan tion. Nursery care will be provided. The success of the clothing drive, conducted the last two weeks in January, was reported. Mrs. Dorothy Zeiner, principal, announced the introduction the new math system COCA COLA ART — Sue Fowler and Tom Miller, art majors at the University of Redlands, arrange some of the 73 works to be exhibited from tomorrow through March 8 in in the Tom and Ann Peppers Art Gallery. This collection of contemporary paintings is owned by the Coca Cola Bottling Company of Los Angeles. The gallery is open daily, except Mondays, from 1 to 5 p. m. (Photo by John Oliver) Contemporary Paintings On Exhibit At U.R. Art Gallery Starting Sunday With a reception opening to- amassed a highly respected col- morrow from 2 to 5 p.m.. thei lec ti°n of art for himself, and University of Redlands presents i m addition, obtained for his on exhibit through March 8 a ; company an incisive and reput- c o 11 e c t i o n of contemporary ! able survey of contemporary- paintings owned by the Coca ipaintings, with emphasis placed Cola Bottling Company of Los on ^ Angeles artists," says Angeles. | Curt Oplinger, art coordinator for the Los Angeles Municipal in to prove that | p i an ned f or next year. An" adult !rlv™n™,, of the kids" can education class on "Understand-! Gal 'f y ° n " mpUS , All Junior High Y-Tecns will take part in the traditional Recognition Ceremonial for Y-Teens Monday from 7 to 8 p.m. at the According to Vernon Dorn-'"" "' K J 'T 11 *'!IYWCA. , ' , ,, ' H , n .'.\rt Department who reviewed „ ., , ... bach UR Art department ; h collectipn for tnc csWbK ! Presidents and advisors of the coordinator who arranged the ala j 0 „ ;' lv e Y-Tcen clubs will be mtro- collection for display centers of c *' iduced. Conducting the candlc- art interest. 73 works will be- I light ceremony will be Susi An- exhibited in the Peppers Art AI :I* R _??^[^1[.T._ jdrews. Sharon Moore. Debby Redlands Daily Facts \ Saturday, Feb. 8, 1964 - 3 i Zornes Show \At SBVC ! Little Gallery The Little Gallery - at San Ber- inardino Valley College will open an exhibition of the recent works of one of Southern California's | truly distinguished artists, Mil; forti Zornes. tomorrow. | Zornes. whose exhibit credits range from the Metropolian Museum of New York to t h e Art Association of Bombay. In- jdia, and whose works hang in [collections from those of the Pentagon and the White House to the private collection of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morganthau. will be showing some of t h e paintings from a recent sojourn in Spain. The Little Gallery showing will continue through February 20. according to John Berry. SBVC Art Department chairman. Widely traveled. Zornes was the official artist of the United 'States Army in the China-Bur. ma-India Theater in World War II. Later he was a member of the engineering staff at Thule Air Force Base in Greenland. Not only has he distinguished himself as an artist but also as a teacher. His teaching assignments have included instructing at the Otis Art Institute. Scripps College, The University of California. Santa Barbara, Pomona College and currently at t h e Pasadena School of Fine Arts. Zornes has also taught in the Evening Division at San Bernardino Valley College and at the Riverside Art Center. The Little Gallery, located on the south side of the college campus, is open to the public without charge. Display hours are from 2 to 4 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Ceremonial For Y-Teens Monday CARD PARTY TUESDAY Walker, Gwcn Gage and Janis youth recreational program beginning February 19. At the meeting were Mrs. Thomas F. Patterson, president; Mmes. Robert E. Mod, Bruce, Van Leuven, Baughman, Donald Simoneaux, Mario A. Amabile, Marcus N. Siml*,s, James H. Guy Jr., Pasqual Ortiz Jr. David Brown. Paula Recce, j Jackie Mitchell, Jcrlainc Gcr-| main and Nancy Blackwell.j Sixth grade students were KIT-' ry Dunn. Fred Stafford. Kris-; tine Capps. Linda Craig and Marilyn Harrison. ! All of the children rccicved; certificates and in addition the 1 Tony G. Ramirez. Jess R. Mar-Ithree winners: Louis Ducharnv tinez. Perry Cochrane Jr.. F.l^ancy Blackwcll and Fred Staf-, C. Griener. Willard Stewart.;ford each received a silver dol- Eugene Hydinger. Robert Crim.'ar- Ivan Sanders, Robert Holub; I presidents and honorary ilife members present at the. I meeting were Mrs. Ernest Rich-; SOLOIST TOMORROW — Karen Moe, concertmistress of the San Diego Civic Youth Orchestra, will be soloist tomorrow when Vivaldi's "Spring" from his "Four Seasons" will be presented during the visiting orchestra's concert in U.R. Memorial chapel. The program will begin at 4 p.m. and is open to the public without charge. Lawrence Christianson is director of the popular 72-piecc orchestra whose members' average age is 16. Works by Mozart, Debussy and Dvorak will be included on tomorrow's concert program. all the rest do such and such. jjng Today's Mathematics" Teen-agers never report on| so being planned, w-hat the stricter parents are j The Mentonc PTA and Men- ^ d , 1hc society will sponsor a card par-j Refreshments wi allowing And so little by little ; (0 nc Woman's club are co-spon-, a °' company .hiring tv. starting with dessert to be!by Mrs. William the stricter parents have to give: s oring a five-day "Stop Smok- LOca LOla > om f dn >- " ml11 * -• . : in to keep their children from| mg " clinic. It will be from Feb- being "different" from the reslj ruar y 23 to 27 at 7:30 p.m. in of their crowd. {the Woman's clubhouse on But letting a teen-ager do Tourmaline avenue. Anyone in"what the crowd does" — interested is invited. that means that a parent con- _—. stantly has to make conces-i sions he doesn't think are right —is just an easy way out of a situation that is important is al- 1 " T,1C P urcnase °f f' nc art as - N 'ext Tuesday in t h e social ( Crawford, all chaplains of their *;a corporate program was be- hall of St- Frances X. Cabrinijclubs. Carol Van Bruggcn will un by Stanley N. Barbcc, church in Yucaipa, the Altai i sing. ill be served McCormick the years that he served as served at 12:30 p.m. An after- and Mrs. James Goodding, president of the company. 1924- noon of games of the players' members of the adult commit- 58. In that period. Mr. Barbec,choice will follow. 'tee for the Teenage program. JR. DUPLICATE BRIDGE RESULTS The Howell movement was; enoJgh'to be'handTed with" fore-'" scd b Y th , e f , ivc table session; sight and cooperation among alli for junior duplicate bridge club the parents of a teen-age crowd.! mcmbers Tnu ™lay morning at} If parents of any group of teen! the YMCA. Winners were Mrs agers would get together and de-i 0 . 601 "? 0 9 oud a , nd J L rs - "P n . ry cide on a happy medium be- iKocsis. first; Mrs. Ray Keim twecn what the most lenient; 3 ^ M f s - Henr ,y Clark - s , cc ° n,1: ones and the strictest ones con-£' rs - Jam " *, Ioor , e ,. and I rs ' sider sensible rules and regula-,Charles hiegei, third: Mrs. tions. then the teen-agers could ;£ corsc Shc , ke "« and Mrs. Neva be more easily managed. i Powcrs - l? urth ; Thc , S™»Pj meets on Thursdays at 9: ID a. Im. at the YMCA. Monthly Master Point is scheduled for next . week. WoHoMis At Whitman Home and Mr. Vroman. Q —The bidding' has been: Wert North East South If 2 4 Pass 2¥ Pass 3 4 Pass ? Too, South bold: AKJ1S87 njA +K543 +AQ6 'What do you do now? A—Bid tour oo-trnmp. Ton Intend to play five diamonds if yoor partner does not hold an stce and ate diamonds if he does. TODAY'S QUESTION You open the bidding with one spade holding: AKJ1043 VA3.2 *A3I+Q6 Your partner responds one no-trump. What do you do? Answer Monday ards, Mrs. Richard Gearhart. Mrs. Mary Beckert and Ernesl Owens. Mrs. Frank Jacinto Jr. gave a brief talk on thc history of Founders' Day. Mrs. Harold Kirchner, president, introduced Helen Honns. elementary sechool nurse, who; P ™P, lds J°_ n . C° m pany was guest discussed infectious hepatitis. ' Don Billhardt In Talk To RHS Physics Club Billhardt of Lockheed Don She spoke briefly about the dis- j ease and stressed the impor-; tance of good personal hygiene and sanitation. speaker at this week's meeting of the Redlands High school Physics club in the science lecture hall. Mr. Billhardt presented a movie specifically made at L.P.C. and gave an informative lecture concerning the nature of SAFETY DEMONSTRATION SOUTHEND. England (UPI) —A bus driven by a policema&j rocketry, collided Thursday with a police' Thc meetings are conducted squad car as they met at a cor-Ion alternate Tuesday evenings ner just outside Southend policeat 7:30 and are attended by headquarters during a road approximately 50 physics stu- safety demonstration. dents at R.H.S. C.D.A. COURT ' Mrs. Rolla L- Whitman, 637 INITIATION TUESDAY (Eureka street, was hostess this! Initiation of new members for I week for the meeting of WoIIo- Court Our Lady of Lourdes of I Mis circle of the First Methodist!Catholic Daughters of America! church with Dorothy Fisher and 1 will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. Lola Pearson as her co-hostes-in Sacred Heart parish hall, ses. | Mrs. Mary Boisvert, district Mrs. C. N. Ronin presented!deputy from Riverside, will as- the program entitled "Aging —[sist Mrs. Henry L. Kruse. grand Handicap or Opportunity". (regent, with the ceremony. A The devotions given byjreception follows the program. Blanche Taylor were on "Sharing Personal Skills" from Ruth CMrs. Larry) Ikerman's book. "Devotionals for Every Month." Seventeen members and two guests attended the meeting. MAKE f tyENPS COMPLETE m EfERYFMLM FOR TRE FAMILY F.ARTHUR C0RTNER 221 BROOKSIDE AVE. • PY 2-1411 A divorcee or widow marrying for the second time may wear white, but the veil is only for first marriages. BIT INTO BULLET MANITOWOC, Wis. (UPI)— Gerald Kronberg, 9, took a big bite of the rib steak his mother had prepared for supper and bit into a 22-caliber lead slug. No one could explain how the slug got there. One theory wasj the steer might have been shot from long distance, with the wound healing before anyone was the wiser. m moo no Has o BMMiir FEBRUARY 9 — Matthew Kanio Francis D. Hunt James Whiteman Fred Metiner Robert Armstrong R. 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