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February 24, 1964

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 2

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2 - Monday, Feb. 24, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor PLAYWRIGHTS FETED — Don Quinn, left, and Arnold Mcrquis, right, co-authors of the highly successful "Ballad of Will Rogers" which premiered last week at the University of Redlands, were honored at Friday's Drama Day luncheon on campus. Mrs. Betty Gornsey, drama department secretary, also received a special citation, presented at the luncheon, for her outstanding contributions to the drama program and a distinguished guest of the day was Will Rogers Jr., third from left, son of the late humorist-philosopher whose life is the subject of the interesting Quinn-Marquis musical folk drama. (Photo by Bob Stieber) Award Presenfafions Climaxes Drama Day Luncheon Youngsters And Friends Enjoy Youth Concert Exposure to music of the Romantic period, with a brief excursion into the contemporary era, was provided yesterday afternoon for young people particularly when David Daniels directed the University-Community Symphony orchestra in another Music for Youth concert | in Memorial chapel at the Uni-j versity of Redlands. The hour-long program wasi wisely planned not to tax the] attention span of the children! who by means of these concerts are gradually being introduced to the wonderful world of music. Norman Baffrey. member of the Redlands adult education department faculty, had prepared a commentary to precede the playing of each selection, pro viding bits of information concerning the composer, bis life and his work. In addition to excerpts by Schubert. Schumann, Berlioz and Tscbaikowsky, James R Jorgenson, member of the U. R. school of music faculty and director of the UR Concert Band, appeared as trombone soloist to play the last movement from the Concertino for Trombone and Strings by UR music professor Wayne R. Bohrnstedt. A brief, catchy piece of music with its appealing repetitive theme, it was over all too soon and the audience loved it. The composer was asked to stand and acknowledge the applause with talented Mr. Jorgenson. Other works on the program j were the Rosamunde Overture by Schubert, the Romanze from Schumann's Fourth Symphony, the "March to the Gallows" from Berlioz' '"Symphonic Fan- tastique" and the Finale from Tschaikowsky's Fourth Symphony. U.R. Student [Home Furnishing Recital Tuesday i Program Tuesday University of Redlands' school of music will present a student recital in Watchorn hall tomorrow evening at 8:15 Open To All Tomorrow morning at 3:30 at the Southern California Edison Dennis Layne. graduate assist-!Company in Redlands. Mrs. ant in woodwinds, will conduct Gayle Austin, home advisor for the ensemble in works by Bee-i the University of California Ag- thoven. Schubert. Gluck, Bacb.jricultural Extension Service, will Dvorak and Sor, Richard Glenn j help homemakers learn the tech- will be featured in a guitar soloniques of wise shopping for fur- in the playing Sor's Study in E'niture. Mrs. Jane Shaw, home Minor. The public is invited at no admission charge. OES STARLIGHTERS MEETING TOMORROW Starlighters club of Copa del Oro chapter. Order of the Eastern Star, will meet in the snack room of the Masonic temple tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. Hostesses will be Mmes.W. H. Branscum, Harry A. Briggs. Arthur P. Crim Jr., Harry Scott and H.M. Dunham. Transportation arrangements may be made with Mrs. Austin Garrett. MAKE ffllENPS Wesleyan Class Attends Banquet President Earl Martin and other officers were installed dur- "MONSIEUR LE PEPE" - Elegantly garbed and suave of manner is this appealing Mr. Skunk, extending a welcome to audiences attending performances of the noted Bob Baker's Marionettes — scheduled to entertain in San Bernardino's Municipal auditorium for two performances March 23. Youngsters of the Inland Empire will have an opportunity to see the famous puppets on this occasion, sponsored by Valley Preparatory school of Redlands as a benefit for the school building and equipment fund. FRUITLESS OIL SEARCH j NEW YORK (UPI) — Some! Air Lift The men who flew the Berlin Four professionals of the drama and theatrical world and two Rcdlandcrs were honored with citations at the Drama Day band and wife religious drama [cited team, campus visitors for Writ-jtions. her ••personal contribu- distinctive service and jcrs's Week, were cited for their j gracious service" to the depart"pioneering in the 20th century mcnt's endeavors, luncheon at the University of Jthe revival of religious drama in; Mrs. Garnsey has served in Redlands. Friday afternoon. i Britain." jher present position for the past Writers Don Quinn and Arnold j Miss Mary Meeker, secretary 'three and a half years. Marquis, who brought their la 1 for the California Alpha Chapter j D. J. Stewart, manager of the test work "The Ballad of Will (of Theta Alpha Phi drama fra-f student Bookstore, was honored Rogers" to the university last ternity presented the awards. s\vith a citation for his "gener week for its world premiere, re-j A complete surprise to Mrs. ceived Drama Awards of Dis-iBetty Garnsey, UR drama de Unction. " partment secretary, was the cer-'tributing to the growth and con- The E. Martin Brownes, hus-ltifieate presented to her which Itinuancc of educational theatre. oils and effective service in handling box office details and con- Women By RUTH M1LLETT, GAMMA PHIS SCHEDULE BENEFIT The alumnae chapter of Gamma Phi Beta has planned its design will emphasize "apartness" rather than "togetherness." says the editor-in-chief of a home decorating magazine. In the future American home, j Annual Benefit, a dessert-bridge j a t | at the Azure Hills Country Club jfor Thursday, February 27th. Members and friends are cor- jdially invited to support this; And ifs about time, too. Mem-;single money making activity bers of a family seem to live j which provides a scholarship to more happily together when a the Riverside Art Center and as- house has some hideaways jsisls Gamma Phi camps for un- where one member of the fam-j;j e rprivilegcd girls, a project, ily can find peace and quiet j sponsored by this international 1 ncr when he wants it. collegiate sorority for 40 years. Ideally, the head of the fam-j Those interested in attending ily should have a small room of)(his popular event are asked to his own — it used to be called a: ca ii ji rs . Stephen Stockton, 792- den — where he can have a| 66 n, for information about tic- desk to work on. a couch for a Ikets and time nap. shelves for his books and a' filing cabinet for important papers. His wife needs her own office cubbyhole (perhaps, in the kitchen) with a telephone she doesn't have to run to answer, and a businesslike set-up for keeping household accounts, family records and for d o i n g I club and organizational work, j The family needs a "quiet] room" for reading and studying in where there is NO television set or telephone or hi fi. The family needs a real dining room instead of a dining alcove open to the living room, or a dining area in the play room open to the kitchen. Every room ought to have a real door. Not a screen or a folding plastic door nor a room divider or any of the other modern excuses for a door, but a real door. Something that when closed requires a polite knock by any member of the family wanting to enter. Of course, this is the ideal setup and requires more space than many families can afford. Still, there are plenty of families to day living in homes large enough to provide such privacy but don't simply because they were built in the era of togeth crness when the ideal was open space instead of privacy. RESEKAH SOCIAL CLUS TO MEET Social club of Sapphire Rebekah lodge will meet Wednesday ing the Friday evening annual '$12 million has been spent dur-j airlift in 1948-19-19 are honored banquet attended by members' ing the past tcn vears in at .; Dy a soaring Air Bridge Monu- of the Wesleyan Sunday School tcmpts t o find oil in the state ment in West Berlin. A round- class of First Methodist churchi 0 f Oregon — so far without sue- the-clock aerial convoy deliver- at the Rusty Lantern in Beau- cesSi acc ording to a publication^ 2.325.000 tons of supplies for mont. 'of the American Petroleum In- 2 million people cut off by a Paul Linn is the new vice: s titutc. Soviet blockade in that period., president; Gladys Pollard, secretary: Raymond Clark, treasurer: Mrs. and Mrs. Chester Bare and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Keith, social committee; and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wendland and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Wells, ways and means. The new teacher of the class is Betty Morris who was introduced by the outgoing president. Mrs. Ray J. Guest. Each member told of his particular hobby and interests to complete the evening. Students may announce graduation with handwritten notes in black ink. Don't type. economist for Southern California Edison Company, will show how the right choice of cabinets for kitchens, and the correct lighting, makes for greater efficiency and safety. Everyone is invited to attend. "Never before have so many kinds of furniture been available to so many people," says Mrs. Austin. "Furniture that is easy to maintain, comfortable, and fits the family needs can be purchased if planned for." This is the second of a series of meetings being sponsored by the home advisor of the Agricultural Extension Service and the home economist of the Southern California Edison Company. CDA COURT MEETS TUESDAY Catholic Daughters of American, Court Our Lady of Lourdes, will meet at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening in Sacred Heart parish hall. For the benefit of new members, chairmen will be introduced and will explain their respective duties. PRE-INVENTORY CLEARANCE PIANOS & ORGANS HOLLEY & JACKSON Redlands Blvd. & New York St. Lct /lpJg(A PHONE 793-1106 117 No. 4th ST. DOWNTOWN REDLANDS BETWEEN STATE STREET and REDLANDS BLVD. home Mrs. Agnes Larson, 1224 Magnolia avenue. MARRIAGE IS HAZARDOUS CHRISTCHURCH. England (UPI)—The Rev. Leslie Yorke, j vicar of Ciiris'church, told the congregation at Priory Church Sunday that marriage wasi as hazardous as driving a car' through London. i MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERY CUSTOM MADE MATTRESSES Free Pick-Up and Delivery Free Estimates The New Bold Look in 100% DuPont Orion* Acrylic Knits by Munsingwear *T «»N BERNARDINO SAN BERNARDINO RIVERSIDE REDLANDS ' -' Q—The bidding has been: East South West North 1 ¥ 1 * Pass 3 • Pass 3 V Pass 3* Pass ? You, South, hold: AKJ1042 VA32 + A32 +Q6 What do you do? A — Bid four spades. Your three-heart bid showed that you had a rood hand. It is up to your partner to make a move toward a slam if there is one. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continues to five clubs. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow —. M Ban |» « OH ,i ,_M ^tf JJ. J -.^i— — — —-~ 1 — Tj ^nr t

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