Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on August 23, 1965 · Page 3
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Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California · Page 3

Santa Cruz, California
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Monday, August 23, 1965
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It's Sun and Fun For Festival Musicians Swimming, tennis rp- laxing by the pool and a sumptuous supper with chicken teriyaki as the main course these were highlights of the party for musicians of the Cabrillo Music festival Thursday at Los Barrancos de Ap-tos community center. The affair was arranged by the festival social activity committee headed by Mrs. Sam Vestal of Watsonville. Yesterday musicians, season ticket holders and festival committee members gathered for a champagne reception at An-tonelli's Begonia garden. Other social events planned include a boat-ride and buffet supper tomorrow aboard a Stag-naro pleasure boat to be followed by an evening at the boardwalk. Members of the chorus will gather for a luncheon Thursday group will follow the concluding concert Sunday. M-M-M GOOD is the consensus of opinion of the festival musicians sampling tasty super during poolside party Thursday at Los Barrancos de Aptos. They include, from left, Alice Olsen, bass; Eileen Gibson, oboe; Joe Cooper, oboe; Ruggiero Pelosi, violin, and Tom Rose, clarinet. Tickets still are available for the concerts next weekend as well as the special youth concert Wednesday afternoon. They may be secured by calling 475-6C00. Has f ff'ks X ' If V v -.v ry w , !4 1 ,r A - I - '".Ox. , " I 4! Vi ' . - FESTIVAL SOLOIST, Soprano Carole Bogard, left, chats with Mrs. John Paizis of Rio del Mar and Mrs. Carl Haas of Aptos. MUSIC IS TOPIC of Mrs. Ronald Duton, left, co-chairman of the festival housing committee, and Harpsichordist Margaret Fabrizio. The Club Beat Advance Night Draws Crowds More than 175 members and Ruests attended Malta shrine's Advance Niyht this past week at Masonic temple. Movin? up to the office of worthy high priestess was Noble Trophetrss Hazel Gandy with Malvin Loftin, association watchman of shepherds. Mrs. Elmer Hempel advanced from chaplain to noble prophetess. Visitors included nine noble prophetesses from surrounding shrines, five associate watchmen of shepherds, four chaplains, two treasurers and two scribes. Among those introduced were Mrs. I.eora McArthur, Malta deputy from San Jose, and Mrs. Paul Nixon, former Santa Cruz, an and now noble prophetess of Golden Hule shrine, Tacific Grove. Theme of "red roses for a blue lad" was carried out in the banquet room with blue mermaids and red roses by Mrs. Gaudy who was general chairman fo' the ever inc. She was assisted by .irs. ('vide Brown and oth r Watsnmille members of the local shrine. Mrs Man pel presented Mrs. G.ndv with a blue vase which officer 'died v;!h red roses. I.niii,', uas prcs"uted a miniature t)i'.,t ' r'. "." Lincoln. Jloih r.eH r v :'i.ts. TOPS Welcome Queen Mrs. Bella Fineda was a special guest at the Tops club (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meeting Tuesday night. Mrs. Pineda who is a Tops member in Fullerton was queen of the year with her loss of 69 pounds. Mrs. William Garcia became a new member. The group discussed new ideas and interests. The next club meeting is set for tomorrow at county health center. All members are requested to bring one piece of fresh fruit. Worthy Project Receipts from the Guest Night dinner staged by Santa Cruz Business and Professional Women's club will be used to buy furniture for the Boy Scout room at Harvey West clubhouse. During the evening guest speaker was David D. Karmann of the "Way Back When" antiques shop who discussed "Antiques and Collectable. " He also displayed flint glass, made fmm 18J0-1R50; lime glass. j 1870; Wcdgpwowl. 1659. and j American cut glass, 18301910. I It was announced that the i club's rummage sale netted more than SI 00 and will be ; used for the delegates' expenses i at state convention. '..-) 3 4 V I. A sxvy ar ir v Aie vouf children it jdy tor school' kt they ready to do thtit bet in sports md study7 MM sun thy at trally rudy by hav"c your family doctor give your chiidifn I complcta physical fiammition. Whatf your presaiption weds, idy on our R?all Ptiaimicist for proirpt. (riendly, md iccii'a! srvict. Our 0$) Pharmacy OES Advance Night Moving up to preside in the ' Kast during Advance Night ceremonies of Idlewild Eastern 1 Star chapter were Mrs. Edward j Lewis and Fred Rinehart. Others moving up during the i Wednesday night meeting at I Masonic temple were Mrs. Charles Mane and George Lincoln serving as associate matron and patron; Mrs. Gale Phillips, conductress; and Mrs. Belle Smith, associate conductress. Social and Club News Monday, August 23, 1965 Santa Crm Srnttnrl -3 (JSetrotliald Joid Hatt-Dunbai HORSrVYDERS PHARMACY Sooel S'Li A"!-. MCDEl DRUG STORI PAIM PHARMACY 1730 Mittion St. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hatt of El Granada announce the engagement of their daughter, Cathy Marie, to Warren Dunbar of Santa Cruz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Trefts-Martin A September 18 wedding in Carmel is being planned by Elizabeth T. Trefts and War-field Martin. The bride-fleet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil W. Trefts of 127 Dake avenue, wag graduated from Santa Cruz high school and earned her degree at San State college. She has been teaching in the San Jose school district. Her husband graduated from Gilman school in Baltimore. Md . and Bowdoin college in Brunswick. Maine. His parents are Dr. and Mrs. 1-ay Martin of Baltimore. He is employed in Los Angeles where the couple will make their home. Robert Dunbar of Ash Fork, Ariz. , The bride-elect graduated from Cupertino high school and now is a sophomore at San Jose State college where A FIRESIDE iilAlirunniAurriCll IVtfMff u ft f YOU RECEIVE iMONTHUf CHECK of (21.88 kick liclvdn Vi I0NUS Wu"? "XaM IM M M WM, l"ti ity(t4 1 Itif firj Ktn. '1 ! l tut IUH! - IK UTl 1 ?STH UH MOM 1ST. rrt Ovta in ananna yfl RESIDE 77Wy7 J 9 SAN J0SI !1 it Itt Stint she is a dean's scholar, member of Spartan Spears and is associated with Sigma Delta Pi and Lambda Delta Sigma. Warren attended Arizano State university and now is co-manager of the Dunbar-Antolini Stone company in Santa Cruz. The wedding will take place in June, lfMifi. ooo Family Reunion Honors Visitor From Texas Four generations of Mrs. D. A. Benton's family gathered Saturday afternoon for a barbecue at the home of Mrs. Benton's granddaughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert San- i tos of 33tt) Gross road. 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