Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 13, 1964 · Page 3
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(Council will begin their annual cookie sale tomorrow on a citywide scale. The sale will extend ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Barbara Clark, Clyde Barton Wed Monday Now at home at 307 Grantj street are newly married Mr. and Mrs. Clyde A. Barton (Barbara A. Clark) who were mar- tried Monday morning in Las Vegas, Nevada. The ceremony was performed at 11:30 o'clock by Hev. James Whitehead o£ the Chapel of the White Flowers. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Julius Pecsok. 354 Eureka street, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Glen Barton, 60 Norwood street. She is a graduate of Redlands High school, attended San Bernardino Valley College and is now em- i ployed at the Beaver clinic. | The bridegroom also graduated Redlands High school and SBVC. He now attends the 'School of Automation (IBM) in San Bernardino and works at Gene's Mobil station in Redlands. Concert Assoc. Drive Kick-Off Set Campaign plans of the Red -J lands Winter Concert Associa -j tion were the topic of discus- j sion during the coffee hour Tuesday at the home of Mrs. James C. Lewis, 1570 Knoll road. Mrs. Lewis is serving currently as campaign chairman of the association. Mrs. James W. Simonds, president of the Association, announced Monday evening, March 2, as the date for the annual campaign kick-off dinner in the University of Redlands Commons. Plans to enlarge membership and campaign emphasis in surrounding communities including Loma Linda, Mentone and Yucaipa. were also discussed. Team captains for the 1964-65 campaign include Mmes. John Beukema. Dorothy H. Brenan, James Dunn. K. M. Fullerton. John Hatfield, Henry James. Bruce Jensen. Ian Johnstone, Leslie Marshall, C. H. Meri chant and Eugene White. SALAD LUNCHEON AT CHURCH TOMORROW A salad luncheon, sponsored by the Fidelis Society of t h e Highland Avenue Christian Reformed church, will be served tomorrow from 11 :30 to 1 :30 and is open to the public. The church is located at the comer of High- hnd avenue and Redlands boulevard. Composer To Give "Accent" Program Friday Matt Doran, composer-in-residence at Mount St. Mary's College, West Los Angeles, who won the Accent on Music composers' competition four years ago, will return to San Bernardino Valley College to present a program of his works at 8 p.m. tomorrow. The one-hour program will be i open to the public, with tickets available at the door. The composer will play the flute for two of his works. Join ing him in the concert will be Delores Stevens, pianist: Natasha Yufc. soprano; John Redlands Daily Facts Thurs., Feb. 13. 1964 - 3 Jones, clarinetist; and Victor Steinhardt, pianist. This is the second concert of Accent's 10th anniversary season, Russell Baldwin of Redlands, president, announces. NARCE LUNCHEON MEETING SATURDAY The local chapter of NARCE (National Association of Retired Civil Employes) will meet for a potluck luncheon at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Yocaipa elementary school building. California and D streets, in which all retired civil service employes are invited to partipate. A business meeting and a program of colored slides will follow. PLEASE TAKE YOUR CHOICE — Brownie Kally Bolanis, Junior Marilee Merchant and Ca- detle Christine Braga, from left, are among Girl Scouts of Redlands San Gorgonio Council who will start out tomorrow on their annual cookie sale. The girls will offer a variety of cookies to their customers and sole proceeds will benefit both the Council work and the individual troops. Girl Scouts To Start Cookie Sale Tomorrow Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio jt 0 March 2 and purchasers will "DR. MIRACLE" — Giulio Viamonte, former general manager of Teatro Argentino and star of Teatro Colo in Buenos Aires, will sing the role of Dr. Miracle in Riverside Opera Company's production of Offenbach's "Tales of Hoffman" tomorrow and Saturday at 8:15 p.m. in Municipal Auditorium, 7th and Lemon streets. Viamonte has sung leads in over 40 operas in Argentine, sharing top billing •with del Monaco, Vinay, Tucker, Taddei and other operatic notables. Tickets are available at the box office, 3839 Brockton avenue, telephone OV4-4361. The opera will be sung in English and will feature a professional cast, full chorus and orchestra. have a choice of five varieties this year — chocolate and vanilla crcmes, thin mint, sugared shortbread, peanut butter patties and lemon-lime crcmes. Proceeds from the sale go to the local Council and to the participating troops who use their share to buy equipment and to further the scouting program within the troop. The Council's share aids in bettering its program and in camping for the girls. Camp Wi- Wo-Ca in Wildwood Canyon is used year round as both a day and an overnight camp. By underwriting operating expenses, more girls arc able to attend at a lower fee than would otherwise be possible. In addition to raising money, the cookie sale provides an opportunity for the girls to share in the responsibility of providing funds for their troop operations and the operation of the Council. It also helps develop self assurance and poise and allows Sr. Citizens Greet Five New Members Fi\e new members were welcomed at the Friday meeting of Redlands Seniors Citizens at the YWCA. They were John Mattson. Chester Wright. Mrs. Esther Montie. Mrs. Martha Walsh and Mrs. Ada Blume. They were seated at a special table reserved for new members. Seated at the special "birthday" table were five other members of the club, Tom Patterson, Katherine McGinnis, Orla Nangle, Daisy Littweiler and Grace Bandy. There were 89 members and guests present for this meeting. All retired residents of the area over the age of 50 are invited to participate in weekly club activities on Fridays, starting at 1 p.m. in the YWCA activities building. residents of the community to meet the girls individually as they are engaged in a worthwhile project. TRINITY BAPTIST WOMEN MEET Women's Missionary Society of Trinity Baptist church will prepare lunch Saturday for the men working on the new church building, it was planned at this week's WMS meeting. Names were drawn for "Secret Pals" who will exchange gifts on birthdays and several other occasions during the year. Each member was urged to make an effort to enlist new members in the society. Q—The bidding has been: South West North East 1A' Pass 2* Pass 7 • You, South, hold.- AKJI042 »A32 4A32 AQ6 What do you do? A—Bid three hearts. Tour partner either has at least five hearts or will return to spades. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continues with four clubs. 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