Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 13, 1964 · Page 2
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Redlands Daily Facts 2 - Thurs, Feb. 13,1964 Luncheon Plans Outlined For P.T.A. Board Mrs. Ed W. Cleaver, chairman, reviewed plans for the salad luncheon scheduled for February 28 when members of Redlands High School PTA board met Tuesday in the administration building. The PTA-sponsored luncheon will be served in John Knox hall of the First Presbyterian church. I Mrs. Roy E. Wilson, welfare chairman, told of the need for clothing for teen-agers at the Clothes Closet located in the Family Service Association building. Any contributions will be greatfully received there, she said, and should be marked for the teen-age group. Mrs. Gertrude B. Baccus. speech teacher at the high school, outlined the program to be given by her students at the unit meeting February 19. IN HOLLYWOOD Omar Sharif also stars on bridge Auxiliary To See Harris Africa Films By Erskine Johnson Harold Harris of Redlands will show his colored slides and describe "Africa, in Deep Dimensions" at the February 17th Tim T vwnrm ,vrn . L ...... ..(meeting of the Evening Auxil- HOLLYWOOD -<£EA) -,They have entered the world !ja t0 the contemporary Club. As if Omar Sharif didn t have championship tournament in i In ast years jj r Harris has enough going for him (good New York next May, with lOmar]^ icU]res of othcr Iobe . looks, a dazzhng smile and his hoping the possible start of advcntures , « h ich in-. octet if SUSS JOSEPHINE REAV Society Editor choice of movie roles), he's al-'new film will not force him to so a champion contract bridge I withdraw. player. j "I'm a real bridge nut." he eluded his visits to remote peo pies of the South Pacific and a cruise in the Caribbean area. We Specialize in All Types of Permanent Waves and Tints BRUSH BACK Permanent Special $4.50 No Setting Necessary 1 Mentone Beauty Shop! X 1870 Mentone Blvd. Mentone < Omar, the Bid Maker. Isays. "But championship tour-, IKs most recent phQto g raphs It is frightening to think|nament bridge is really morc' of primitivc and wiId life were wut how this news will affect-of an endurance contest." He taken )ast sprm g during a 20 e ladies of the cut-and-deal'said this is telling me about m mj]e , rek (h h Rhodesia _ set, already flipping over himiwhat he called "The Benu! iSoutn ..\f r j ca as the Arabian desert chieftain Open." North Africa in "Lawrence of Arabia." The' "We played eight hours a day ' bulk of his feminine fan mailj— about 40 hands per day — these days reads along the lincsifor 15 days," he recalled.|. nrouE j, j[ rs \\- av of: I "That means you have to bej b fridav "I've been dreaming aboutlyoung and love the game like' ll_ you every night since seeing the j mad." His concentration, he admits, is "quite unbelievable," and he tells a story about his wife (Egyptian film queen Fatten Hamama) walking in on him East Africa and Club members are reminded jto make dinner reservations ayne B. Hurst film. If she's a bridge player, heaven help her now. Heaven also help her husband (if she happens to have one and if he plays bridge, too), all of her future partners, opponents, and even Oswald Jacoby. As the dreaming type, she probably will be seeing the handsome face of Omar on every face card — and her game will disintegrate. Now let me tell you just how good this Omar Sharif is He has been playing with a French partner in international We, the Women By RUTH MILLETX I tournaments for nine years. Reopen Evtmngs by Appf. Only v cen tly they won $3,000 first SALLY YATES . OWNERi^ 6 ™°? ey «• IMay tournament in Beirut, Lebanon. A ccreer woman recently unexpectedly during the touma-jchided women attending a con- ment. jference of women executives for She told me later," he said. I being timcsaving and efficient "that I kissed her, and then in their offices all day only to she stood behind me and 6° nome an( i ,urn back to the watched the hands being plaved!P uttcr . v homemaking ways of for an hour. Then I suddenlyl lileir mothers and grandmoth- noticed her. as if for the first ' ers time, saying: I She maintains the very fact "Hello, tbere, when did you they are successful career worn- s WONDERFUL \ * f f-, 1,1 m "^ag TV\ ? 7 DRASTIC REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS FIRST QUALITY SHEER SEAMLESS NYLONS REDUCED TO (in i 2 pr. pkf.) Limit • 6 pr. HURRY-WHILE THEY LAST!! CREW SOX for MEN-BOYS-GIRLS PR. (sold In a 3 pr. pkg.) SPECIAL VALUE 29; WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES REDUCED TO 3" Values to 5.99 WOMEN'S - CHILDREN'S DRESS SHOES FLATS - CASUALS and SLIPPERS REDUCED TO 1" Values to 3.99 .„_. :„,.. ien makes them anxious to feel come in" L. , , rjri t j , , thev are just as feminine as The handsome actor from the ,. -. „„_ „„ , ,„ „,„,.„ ; , .„ . ,. ., , . .lother women, and to prove it to Middle East is the son of a rich: h , and ,„ Ca.ro lumber dealer who cdu-, have lQ mn their homcs lhe cated htm in English schools.- wav thcir motners did He's also playing his cards with; T|jB speakcr was talking equal finesse in the moviej sense _ bul she was talking t0 world. !the wrong group. She should Sharif is swashbuckling againl have becn ta!king t0 tbo bus . with Sophia Loren and Steve bands of those successful ca- Boyd in "The Fall of the Roman Empire" and, for a change of pace, playing the role of a reer women. For it is to win the approval of her husband that a success- priest with Gregory Peck mi ful carccr woman ^ocks her "Ride a Pale Horse." self out aftcr a fuU day at ^ Tnc idea of being a screen office doing the household lover bores him. He says:'chores she should have hired "I'd rather play character:someone to do for her. roles. But I suppose one of these days I'll get a romantic picture, and I dread it." There will be no more spec tacles for him, he hopes, after| his experience with the Empire." It's to please her husband that she squanders time and energy she should conserve on puttery little projects she thinks will demonstrate her home- Roma^ making skill. The fact is: No matter how PROFESSORS MEET — Together for the first time in 20 years are these former members of Washington State University faculty, now retired, who with their wives met regularly during their active days on campus as members of a bridge-dinner club. From left are the host. Dr. J. L. St John, 1015 West Fern avenue. Dean Royal D. Sloan of Pullman, Wash.; Russell M. Turner of Prosier, Wash.; and Dr. William A. Pearl of Portland, Ore. They are about to share a box of fruit confections sent to the reunion group by the Turner's daughter, Mrs. R. J. McWhorter of Prosser. (Daily Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) Former Washington State Professors And Wives Meet In Redlands For First Reunion In 20 Years Barbara Jury, Friends Attend Olympic Games Now on a six-week European tour, including a just-completed stay of 13 days at Innsbruck to attend the Olympic Games, are Miss Barbara Jury, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Jury, 1378 West Cypress avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. "Pat" Wiley of Los Angeles. Mrs. Wiley is supervisor at the California Hospital in Los Angeles where Miss Jury is assistant director of nursing. The travelers described the opening ceremonies in Innsbruck as an exciting experience, taking place in an amphi­ theatre created at the base of the large ski jump. After the lighting of the torch and the entrance of participants, nation by nation, and the transfer of the Olympic flag and torch from the U.S. to Austria, "can you imagine 60,000 people exiting through a space about 20 feet wide? We were active participants in a pedestrian traffic jam". They witnessed many of the events and left this Monday for Switzerland and the start of a tour that will take them to Denmark. West Berlin, Italy, the Riveria and to London where they will spend three days and then go by car to Ireland to spend three days before returning home. Forty years ago at Washington State University in Pullman, Wash., a group of professors, now retired, and their wives formed a dinner-bridge club. They adopted the name •Hashi", meaning "bridge" in Japanese, and met regularly, improving their bridge games, experimenting in culinary art and cementing friendships. Three of the couples in the original club arrived in Redlands yesterday for their first reunion in 20 years. Their host land hostess are Dr. and Mrs. SHOES ^ OPEN FRI. NITES TIL 9 10 E. State St. Downtown Redlands What a life that was," he successful a woman is in a ca- j L S t. John, 1015 West Fern says, "up at 5 and by 6 a.m. rccr '. she knows S°od and well' you are sitting in the make-upl no T insL '\ ha , If as lm P ressive department with curlers in your ito her nusband as t! > e tradition- hair. They put you in a chariot and you spend the day ducking spears." But he DID have Sophia Loren in his arms in many of the scenes? "That was different," says Omar, flashing dazzling teeth which he's happy to say are his own. His own name, by the way, is Maechel Shalhoub.! "and that's why I changed it."j al ways in which women have always managed to win men's approval — by making a big thing of stitching up slip covers and curtains, baking pies and cakes, and keeping a house shining. It's not the successful women executives who need to be told not to waste their time and energy in trying to keep house like full-time homemakers—it's their husbands. Learn the Secret of Being a Popular Partner At Arthur Murray's 556 3rd FOR COMPLIMENTARY LESSON CALL TU 5-7825 Across From Sears avenue. Dr. St. John was head of the department of agricul ture and bio-chemistry at Washington State. Coming from Portland, Ore., were Dr. and Mrs. William Pearl. He is former director of the Bonneville Power Administration in Portland. From Pullman, Wash., are Mr. and Mrs. Royal D. Sloan. He was Dean of the School of Engineering at Washington State. The Sloans plan to spend several months in Redlands. Now living in Prosser, Wash., are Mr. and Mrs. Russell M. Turner. Mr. Turner was direc­ tor of agricultural extension at the university. It is possible, says Dr. St. John, that two other couples, members of the club, may also arrive during the weekend They are Dr. C. L. Vincent who was head of the university's department of agriculture, and Mrs. Vincent. They live in Portland, Ore., and have been vacationing in Hawaii; and Dr James Woodburn, former head of the university's civil engi- nearing department and still teaching at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wise, with Mrs. Woodburn. State President Guest Speaker For MTA Branch Mrs. Florence Russel, presi dent of the California State Music Teachers Association, was present yesterday morning to speak to members of the Redlands branch at a meeting in the home of Muriel J. Spelman, 20 East Cypress avenue. Mrs. Anna Tavaronni, a guest from the Marin County branch, was also present. Local teachers attending the ! meeting were Helen Daun, G. | D. Spencer, Dorothy Allen, Car- folyn Weisbord, Kathryn James, | Margaret Eneroth, Margaret Dow, Edith Jankay, Vera Van Loan, Geneva Mills, Vera Beatty, Elizabeth Voellmy, Margaret ] Pierce and the hostess. DIAMOND MERCHANTS OF AMERICA QUALITY JEWELERS TRADE-IN WATCH SALE! ] Yucaipa Club Women Plan Birthday Fete Yucaipa Woman's club will celebrate its birthday with a luncheon planned for February 18 at 12:30. The club colors, purple and white, will be used in decoration. Twelve honored guests who have been club members for 40 years will be seated at a special table. A musical program will be presented by three members of the afternoon section and one from the evening section. Mrs. Frank Simmonds will play two piano selections; Mrs. Arnold Blesse will give a monologue, Mrs. Clifford Lovelace will sing, accompanied by Mrs. Pearl GaiL Luncheon reservations should be made by tomorrow with the reservations chairman, Mrs. H. Nettleton. 797-1475. Priced... s 19 95 to W UP TO .. 00 TRADE IN ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD WATCH REGARDLESS OF ACE OR CONDITION: WATCH PRICES PLUS TAX TERMS AS LITTLE AS *1 WEEKLY DIAMOND MERCHANTS OF AMERICA G ORDON'S . 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