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octet if MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor LIEUT. AND MRS. JAMES TERRY WILLIAMS Photo by E. J. Fronlcen Carol Melugin, Terry Williams Wed In Candlelight Church Nuptials The glow of altar candles lent soft illumination in the First Methodist church for the wedding of Carol Jean Melugin of ( Redlands and Lient. James Terry Williams of San Bernardno. the nuptals solemnized on the evening of February 3. Rev. Carl Doss performed the dresses, were Terry Melugin sister of the bride, and Peggy Bourland. Jimmy Merchant attended the bridegroom as best man. Ushers were Charles Wade Manning, Walter Slater and Courtney Brose. Three-year-old Troy Manning Music Festival Program To Feature Works By American Composers The 1964 Festival of Music'p.m., will be played by Marie] sponsored by Redlands branchichavcz. Steven Fcenstra, Chrisof the Music Teachers Associa- ,;„„ U v ;«i,i n „kk„ r -„„i. r,.,.„„ ,- , _ .., . ... , . , tina \\ right, DeoDy COOK, byvon tion of California wjll feature; works by American composers :skcen - Karen Oliver. Kay St. when students of local branch jOngc, Ruth Van Grouw. Fred members participate in pro-j Brown. Barbara Billick. Barry grams Saturday in Grace Mul-iGritters. Ann Shannon, Roy len auditorium at Redlands High • Wilson. Diane Couch. Nancy school. (Durham, Linda Preston; Mer- Programs are scheduled for riam Warrington. Linda Mare- from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. and again locke, Julie Atchley. Janet Mi- at 7:30. inor, Elizabeth Nielsen. Wilbur Schowalter. director of: Trudy Porter. Elizabeth Zel, music, Redlands High school, ler. Donna Boyd. Roxanne Hay;will extend greetings as the 1:30 ashi, Cheri Baker, Martha Hone, iprogram begins. :Eve Nilson, Chloe Damus, Conj Playing first will be Ramona nie Durham, Susan Taylor, Mar- jCrew, Marcia Dangermond, Lyn'sha Snyder, Arnold Arias, Kari Johnson, Deborah Crew. Steve en Van Grouw, Karola Kruse Bowersax, Cheri and Carol and Cecilia Sawyer. Rose. j Playing on the evening pro- Sarah Moody, Bobctte Ferris, gram will be Richard Zumwalt. .Karen Davis, Gwen Horgen. Joanne Michals, Danny D e e b, Martie Brown. Lori Elliott. Su- Grade Sawyer. Robyn Garrett, ^san Grove. Pamela Ferris, Ran- Beverly Calkins. Marshall Ware- dy Crew, Sidney St. Onge. Shar- ham, Bruce Hayton. Jo Ann on Silke. Denise Deckwar. Glor- Van Uffelen. Jimmy Schnepper. ia DcLange, Janet England. Galen Schutt. Donna Van Uffel- ! Theodore Hill. Janet Bow-'en, Roger Biddick, Robert and ersox, Joanne Fecnstra, Char- Janine Rosenquist. Myrna Klop- lotte Brinkman, Jean Paul, fenstein, Marcia Miller Carolyn Paxton, Kristen Haas.; Linda Rozema. Joni Kcedon. Eva Montgomery, Nellie Car-;Cindy Dudley, Diana and Ran doza. Sherry Lee. Sharon Ric-jdy Rozema, Carol Seidlitz. Mary ger. Patricia Harris. C i n d y Abbott. Glenna Hempel, Robert Glass and Kathryn Greenway.l Roland, Shirley Gritters. Terry On Program II are Allison j Hayton. Arlan Warcham and Fish, Jan Bishop, Judy Hender- Nancy Vander Mcer. i • son, Debra Edwards. Greer! Among composers represented I 'Kircher. Donna Luce. Karen Ma- on the festival programs will bcl i lis. James Thompson, Phoebe | Wayne Bohrnstedt, member of; 'Grove. Cindi Rossi. Diane Boyd, the University of Redlands j IJoanic Stoel, Dennis Krantz.'• school of music faculty, andj {Tom Oliver. Becky Montfort. j Paul Pisk. former director of thej | Nathalie Mclzer, Kerry Smoth-'U. R. school of music. Others ers. Mary Ann Atchley, Laura'will be Bentley. Diamond, Bur- Wimberly, Tawny Pipp, Davidinam, Scher, .Moore. Hanson, Burke, Bonnie Detrick, Charles'Kirkpatrick, Persichetti, Crcs- John Coleman To Speak At Church Supper John Coleman, vice chairman of Redlands Human Relations Council, will be the featured speaker at the Church School of Mission, First Baptist church, j tomorrow at 7 p.m. Mr. Coleman will speak oni the topic, "Inter-Group Relations on the Local Scene," following the regular Thursday Anouilh's TAIouetfe" Promises Interesting Evening Of Theatre Redlands Daily facts Wed., Feb. 12, 1964 - 3 night share-a-dish supper. Mr. Coleman, a resident of Redlands since 1958, is a psychiatric social worker at Patton State Hospital. He attended Suffolk University and Simmons College, both in Boston. The public is invited to hear him. "L'Alouette," the Frenchiand Warwick, played by Rich- play by Jean Anouilh to be per-|ard Clarke provides the linkl formed in the University oflback to Joan's narrative. Redlands Memorial Chapel nextj The first part of the play pro -j! Monday at 8:15 p.m., is the tra-ivides the exposition of charac- ditional story of Joan of Arc.Iter and necessary political back-! riTUTu ^'" CT ,T" The plav, produced by Jean ground information, which cul- ~? ULEK ' R BAR TX TVTJM de Rigaul t. has no formal divi- minates in the climax where ^ L f r . a " lmbner ^, °"' d . sions into "acts" and "scenes".!Joan wins the confidence of B . llrke ' * red Brown and Janei but is written as a continuous:Charles, actors stroll on! SPELMAN PIANO PUPILS PLAY A program of contemporary music was played by piano students of Mrs. Muriel Spelman. 20 East Cypress avenue. Sunday afternoon. Playing were Alice 'Minor. Brush Hair Daily Daily brushing of hair stimulates the scalp, helps spread the natural oils that make it easier to manage. Brushing will not cause excessive oiliness. narrative. The actors stroll on! The second part deals with; stage and decide among thcm-|Joan"s trial for heresy, the ex-!R- NA CAMP selves where to begin the laminations by the promotor andj MEETING TOMORROW story and what shall be in- \ inquisitor. | Royal Neighbors of Americs eluded or left out. j The inquisitor demands hcr^iH meet tomorrow at 7:30 p.m It is anticipated that "L'AI-(excommunication and death. Af-j"> the IOOF hall. ouette", performed in French.! 1 " pressures brought to bear, will be accepted as well as;b>" Cauchon. Joan finally con- utters her last words •The Greek Tragedy" per .! cedes and agrees to Jean abandon Anouilh then throws a clever formed to a capacity audience; n er male attire. But when she;twist into the last scene of the in the UR Greek Theatre two'is congratulated by the Royal .play, which will have to be re- years ago. |Family for her sensible at-|vealed by the troupe on tha Joan, played by the re-jtitude, Joan loses communica-'night of the performance. Tickets may be obtained from the Public Events Office at the University of Redlands. knowned French actress Luce | tion with her "voices" and then Vincent, tells the audience that recovers her sense of mission, she will also play the "voices"! Tne scaffold is erected: Joan the ring bearer. Altar baskets contained white stock and yellow pom poms and the bridal aisle was marked with large white pew bows. Mrs. Warren James was organist and Mrs. John Stubbs was vocal soloist. The mother of the bride was dressed in a pink wool sheath and wore a white carnation cor- ceremony in the presence of ap-j hew " of ,„ brideg was proximately 150 guests. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Melugin, 510 Lemon street. Her father gave her in marriage to the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Williams of San Bernardino. Her wedding dress of white chromespun taffeta was accented with white pearl sequins appliqucd on the bodice. Her elbow length bridal veil of white net and lace fell from a crown of pearls and she carried the small white family Bible on which large white orchids were placed, surrounded by stephanotis. In emerald green brocade sheath dresses, the bride's attendants were her sister, Patricia Melugin as maid of honor, and Marjoric Melguin and Cathy Walter as bridesmaids. Their flowers were cascades of yellow chrysanthemums and pom poms. Candlclightcrs. in pale green Eadic. Carol Lappinga. AI Jones, Lynn Eadie. Debbie Cox, Beverly and Betty Schmidkunz and Kathy Scpulveda. Program HI, scheduled for 4 ton. Freed, Seigmeister, Pisk. MacDowell, Green, Copland. Thompson, Stevens, Cowefl, Sessions, Bohrnstedt. Thomson, Carpenter, Griffcs, Gillock, Block and Rozsa. College Band Directors From Five Western States To Convene Here Mentone Club Women Greet New Member Mrs. Oscar Heck was introduced as a new member during yesterday's luncheon meeting of Mentone Woman's club. Hostesses of the day were Mrs. Edwin Thamann, Mrs. John McCormick and Mrs. Joseph Monroe. Tables were decorated with Valentine trees and red roses and special Valentine favors were made by the president for each one present. Mrs. Joseph Harriott gave the devotions and Mrs. E. D Crawford read a poem dedicated to Abraham Lincoln. Mrs. II. S Milton read an original poem of| her own composition. Winner of the chair prize was Mrs. Crawford. Other prizes for the card games played following the luncheon went to Mrs. Lulu C. Poulson, Mrs. Joseph Harriott and Mrs. George Weyrick. It was announced that Mr. and Mrs. John F. Dayton Sr. of Mentone would celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary March S •with open house from 2 until 5 p.m and colleges will take part. According to James R. Jor genson. UR music faculty member and 1964-65 western district CBDNA president, the public is invited to all concerts, for a* Association convention sage. Mrs. Williams wore aj ary m5> on the University of blue wool crepe dress with, Red i ands cam pus. Band direc- whitc carnation corsage. During the reception in the church hall, the bridal couple cut the first piece of the three- tiered cake topped with miniature bride and groom figures used at the bride's parents' wedding. The ornaments were given to the M e 1 u g i n s by an aunt, Rose Mannelein, who attended the wedding from Hawthorne. Mrs. Fred Arth was in charge of the guest book. Yolanda Martinez and Pam Petersen served the coffee and punch and Mrs. John Hoylc and Margaret Smithline cut and served the cake. Gifts were received by Mary Wilson. The newlyweds planned to visit Long Beach. Las Vegas. San Francisco, Yosemite and Sequoia National Park on their wedding trip. They will soon be at home in Long Beach. Carol will graduate in June from Long Beach State college with a B.A degree and an ele mentary school teaching credential. She is a graduate of Redlands High school and also attended San Bernardino Valley College and the University of Oregon. Her bridegroom ning at 8:15 in the Chapel, Clarence Sawhill will conduct a concert by the UCLA Band. Saturday's events include participating bands from San Bernardino Valley College directed by Paul Oxley, San Diego State College Band. Norman Rost. conductor; USC Band, William tors from over 50 universities|Schacfcr, conductor: and at Music — discussed and performed — will be on the agenda for the 700 Western Division participants involved in the College Band Directors National Febru- 7:30 p.m. in Memorial Chapel. University of Redlands' band, conducted by James Jorgenson and featuring guest soloist John Haynie. Supplementing the CBDNA minimal registration fee at: convention will be panel discus- Watchorn auditorium or Mcmor -i sions oriented to the relation- ial Chapel. I ships of small ensembles and Guest of honor at the conven-jband directors to the coition will be conductor Keith liege bands. Also included in the Wilson. National President of j weekend's program are clinics the CBDNA and faculty mem -Ion the saxophone, cornet and bcr at Yale University. He will' conduct the Junior College Honor Band, composed of students from 20 California junior colleges, Saturday at 8:15 p.m. in Memorial Chapel. In the spotlight for this week trumpet. The cornet, trumpet clinic will be led by John Haynie, North Texas State University The Western Division of College Band Directors includes participants from the states of end will be visiting bands from!Arizona. California, Hawaii, Ne Southern California. Friday eve- vada and Utah. School Employee Group Hears Talk On Space Q—The bidding has been: South West North East 1 Pass 2 * Pass 2* Pass 3 4 Pass 7 You, South, hold: •KJ1042 VA32 •A32*Q6 What do you do? A—Bid (our spades. You have 14 high card points and two aces. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of responding two clubs, your partner bids two hearts. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow last month from Long Beach State and received his commission as a Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps. He will go to Quanlico. Va., to take his advanced training in the late spring. He is an alumnus of San Bernardino High school and also attended Valley College. "A trip to the moon", via pictures and an informative talk about the United States' space program, was taken by mem-j entertained members with organ bers of Redlands School Secre-jand piano selections during the graduated I taries Association recently. Brig, j evening. Zeta Lambdas At Zak Home Mrs. Donald Zak, 104 Hilton avenue, hostess for the recent business meeting of Zeta Lamb da chapter. Epsilon Sigma Alpha international sorority, also Shrine Nobles To Entertain Redlands Shrine Club Nobles will host their wives at the monthly Banquet in the Dining Hall of the Elks Club Saturday, with a social hour at 6:30 and dinner at 7:30. Bob Cox, first vice president, will present an outstanding program. President Dr. Garald W. Parker will review procedures wnich must be followed by every Shriner who sponsors a crippled child regardless of race or creed or color, entering Shrin- ers Hospitals. The Club welcomes all visiting and new Shriners, as well as the old members to our meetings. Reservations may be made with Bill Alder, 792-3355. Gen. Richard L. Scott (USAF.i Ret.), now with the Lockheed Propulsion Corporation in Mentone and also a school board member, was introduced to the group by program chairman. Mrs. Helen L. Demarcc. On behalf of the association. Mrs. Dorothy L. Alongi, presented a "farewell gift" to Mrs. Connie Blanc, secretary to the principal of Cope Junior High school. Mrs. Blanc and her husband, Clarence, also a school employe, have retired and now plan to tour the United States. Mrs. Blanc was employed by the school district for eight years The attractive refreshment table was decorated in the "Val entine's Day" theme and hos- tessses for the evening were Mmes. Dorothy Bohl, Betty Ekema, Jane Lowry, Virginia Mengler, Ivy McKenzie, Sophie Molenkamp, Edna Schweitzer, all from Crafton School; Mrs. Evelyn M. DeGraaf, Franklin School; and Mrs. Betty Vander Meer, Mentone School Learn the Secret of Being a Popular Partner At Arthur Murray s 556 3rd FOR COMPLIMENTARY LESSON CALL TU 57825 Across From Sears A letter of appreciation was read from Redlands Day Nursery for the gift of a duplicat ing machine purchased by the chapter with proceeds from its money-making events. It w a s planned to make the rummage sale on an annual affair, usually to be held in the fall. Mrs. Frank B. Marquardt announced that Zeta Rho chapter of Yucaipa had extended an invitation for Zeta Lambdas to meet with them in the near future. It's Washable Cotton, whether dressy or plain, is one of the most washable, wearable fabrics you can find. Many of the new cotton blends don't even require the touch of an iron. Food .News from CANDYSTRIPERS MAKE TEA PLANS Candystripers made plans for a mother-daughter tea in early March when they met recently with Mrs. Thomas Rundle, 1405 West Crescent avenue. The tea will be the occasion for presenting certificates and pins to girls ! with 50, 100 and 200 hours of hos- ipital service. Mrs, Eugene Ball, sponsor of the group, assisted Mrs. Rundle in serving tea after the meeting. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads It's special and so delicious..'. because it's flavored for ypj jijes & S»eet Scte. 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