Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 25, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, February 25, 1964
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Plans Underlay Merritt-Summers Nuptials revealed; Q°»Y May. Feb. 25, m - 3 ccietij MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor For Annual "Cope Capers" Telephone and mail contact.- J Now at home at 632 Alvarado i street are newly married Mr. land Mrs. Robert S. Merritt (Marjorie J. Summers) who ex- have already been started to changed nuptial vows Friday at remind supporters of the annual 3 0 . cJock jn , he afternoon in tnc •Cope Capers that the popu- lLittle church o{ h w L !ar event is being arranged ' or \- ceas March 7 this year. [ Gala preparations arc underway for the once-a-year money raising project of Cope Junior High school PTA. Proceeds are used for its philanthropic goals The "Cherry Blossom Festi-' val" theme is being observed.) according to Mrs. Donald Otis.! Cope Capers chairman. Party.ranged its annual honorary life hours are from 9 p.m. lo 1 .am.] membership luncheon for Activities f.,r the evening „i)];Thursday in the board room of include cards for those who The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Robert Oefinger, 1366 Center street, and the late Mr. Oefinger. Mr. Merritt is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Lee Merritt of Arcadia. He is associated with the Redlands office of Lester-Ryons and Company, brokers. PTA Council Slates Thursday Awards Luncheon Redlands PTA Council has ar- clioosc to play, chess and other games, and again "The Twi- lighters" will play for dancing. Refreshments will be served during the evening. Redlands public schools Recipients from each unit will be guests. The award honors individuals for outstanding contributions to children and to youth. Money contributed to the 'state PTA organization bv the Mrs. Charles L. Wimbcrly *^ jCouncil in the name of each ticket chairman: Mrs. Gam H-irecipient supports scholarships Harv.ard is her co-chairman:! .Mrs. Leslie Price is in chargej of hospitality and the decora-j lion committee is composed oij Mmcs. I.. C. Getty, R. N. An-j dcrson. R. 0. Hotide. Clifford) Martell. Curtis Johnson. James B. Goodding and Don F. Bill hardt. Tickets may be purchased at the door, in advance at the school office, from any committee member or at the next unit meeting. March 4. CLERGY WIVES COFFEE THURSDAY Clergy Wives of Redlands will have their monthly coffee • Thursday at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Samuel Wright.; 921 Cajon street (Plymouth Village i. All clergy wives of the area arc invited. and loans to college students preparing for teaching careers! in California schools. | Mrs. L. G. Hahn heads the committee selecting Council re-| cipients. Mrs. Don Otis is chair-] man of luncheon arrangements. 1 Pierce Student | Recital Sunday ! Miss Margaret Pierce presented a group of her piano students in recital Sunday afternoon at her home, 722 Eureka street. Heard were Valerie Haite. Nancy Talbert. Mary Clark. Holly Andrews, Robby Lee. Paula Nicholas. Joellen Andrews. Lucy Hill. Stacy Howard, Debbie Reynolds. Barbara and Kathy Talbert. Debby Atkinson. Denise Cadwallader. Yvonne Ash and Mary Vrcman. Parents and friends were in the audience and remained for a tea hour. Mrs. Isburne Ashi and Mrs. Robert Lee poured. NOW YOU KNOW Six million Americans donned, glasses for the first time during | the.past three years, according! to a study Optical Co. by the Uhlemann! | Officers Wives j Set For Annual I Benefit Show ! "Varieties of '64" is the title jof the annual benefit show to be presented Friday and Saturday by members of the Officers' Wives club of Norton Air ! Force Base. Curtain time both nights is 9:30. ' The show is a yearly presentation presented by the club for chairities in the San Bernardino area. Proceeds go to the School for the Blind, the School of Hope and many others. Mrs. Darwin Middlckauff is director of the show with Mrs. James Colbcck as co-director. Original choreography has been created by Mrs. Norman Farrell while Mrs. Thomas Baker has designed the cosiumcs with assistance from Mrs. Jack Hyslop. Mrs. James Pcnn is music director and Mrs. William Levy is business manager. High School PTA Salad Luncheon Friday j The annual Salad Luncheon sponsored by Redlands High School PTA is scheduled for; Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.! in John Knox hall of the First; Presbyterian church. j Mrs. E. W. Cleaver is chair- SAN BERNARDINO RIVERSICC REDLANDS —II .nm>fr [ np -T<fi -r-j «.lJ CAMELLIA LUNCHEON HOSTESSES - Mrs. Nick Karohalios, left, and Mrs. Melvin E. Haas, right, co-chairmen for tomorrow's annual Camellia Luncheon sponsored by the Assistance League, confer with Mrs. Jack A. Beaver as they prepare to entertain hundreds of women at the popular event tomorrow. Thirteen homes will be open to their guests of the day and League members will prepare and serve the luncheon, starting at 12:30. Proceeds will help the League carry on their various philanthropic projects. (Photo by James Sloan) Hit Singers Bud And Travis To Appear Friday In U.R. Chapel Sponsored by the junior classlners became the talk of the; at the University of Redlands.i music world. They were hailed the popular singing duo. Bud j by press, public, music maga- and Travis, will be presented;zincs and top musicians (from in Memorial chapel Friday at;Leonard Bernstein to Frank 8:30 p.m. Sinatra) as the outstanding mu- Tickcts for this event may bc's'cal duo in the country, ordered through the U.R. pub-! They cannot be classified into lie events office, telephone 793- any of the usual catagories: in 2121. jstrumentalists. singers, corned Bud and Travis, one of the ians . folk singers or jazz sing Q—The bidding has been: South 1 A 3 V 4* West Pass Pass Pass North 3 • 3 A 5 * one top folk singing attractions in the country today, have widely different backgrounds, but on music matters they are unanimous. But is a former artillery battery commander in Korea and Travis has been an outstanding anthropology student who was made a member of the Yaqui India tribe. He is said to be the only white man to have received this honor. After Korea, both Bud ers. They Travis. are just Bud and All members of Mentone's Golden Age club arc invited to the luncheon planned for their meeting on Thursday in the Mentone Woman's clubhouse. Area residents over the age of and 150 are invited to visit the club Travis performed individually— as prospective members on hundreds of miles apart. It was;their weekly meeting days, when Bud visited Travis" The club's sixth anniversary brother, an army buddy, in Ari- was celebrated last week with zona that the two singers met.'Mrs. H. H. Constant and Mrs Golden Agers Luncheon Date East 1 V Pass Pass Psas You, South, hold: AK.J 10 4 2 VA3 2 4A3 2 *Q6 What do you do? A—Bid five diamonds. You have already limited your hand by your previous bid of four spades and you can afford to show the diamond acc. TODAY'S QUESTION' Your partner jumps to six spades. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow man with Mrs. Sam Peterman and Mrs. C. P. Bailey assisting as co-chairmen. The buffet style luncheon will include a hot dish, rolls, beverage and a selection of salads from a large and tempting variety. Mrs. W. F. Hess, salad chairman, reports that even more salad donations were requested this year. Mrs. Joseph W. Enarson is; , arranging for a table featuring; i luscious desserts to be available at a small additional cost. A special treat for part of the luncheon will be background mu.-ic provided by the Redlands High school orchestra. Hostesses for the luncheon will be Mrs. Richard B. Gaston. Mrs. A. F. Nagy and Mrs. L. G. Hahn. Tickets may be purchased from any PTA board member, by calling Mrs. E. L. Danielson Jr. or at the door. Reservations are not necessary. . Suddenly It's Spring and Easter (EASTER SUNDAY, MARCH 29th) Underlining Your New Spring and Easter Costumes . . . Van Raalte Slips Have a spring fling and underline your new spring wardrobe with charming Van Raalte slips . . . slips to match your springtime mood in cloud soft nylon . . . exquisite ny- on to feel luxurious in! LINGERIE - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Some months later in San Francisco, where the boys were appearing at different night clubs, they met again. This lime they talked "music" over coffee — a talk that lasted three days as they developed musical theories. Almost overnight, the part- Liz Says: "The Stcrk Says." "Come to Glad Rags for the smartest, cleverest, fashions for the Gal that is •expecting'." Skirts, Capris. Blouses and Bathing Suits. Our Maternity dresses are Fashion Items and Budget Priced! Maternity Wear in our Redlands Store only. Remember Open Every Sunday. (Redlands Only) GLAD RAGS BY L. Z Citrus Village Sage's — in the Mall Redlands Charge Accounts - Gladly ALSO - DEI ROSA SHOPPING CENTER. SAN BERNARDINO D. C. Adams, assisted by Mrs John McCormick, as hostesses of the afternoon. A birthday cake, contributed by the Robert Langstons, was shared bv all. Members of Mentone Woman's club were invited guests. This club was represented by its president, Mrs. John F. Dayton, and by Mrs. R. E. Sams, secretary and a past president; Mmes. E. D. Crawford, H. M. Crosthwaite Sr., and Stanley Goodman. Also guests were Mrs. George Weyrick, Mrs. Frank Nulph, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frazcr, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Perry of Falls Church, Va., here for a visit with her parents, the Langstons; and Mrs. Gertrude Goodrich. San Francisco Singer First In Opera Auditions Olga Chronis. a mezzo soprano from San Francisco, will represent the Western Region of the Metropolitan Opera National Council in competition with ! other region finalists in the national semi-finals auditions March 16 in New York City. She was selected in the regional finals conducted recently at USC with Rudolf Bing, general manager of the Metropolitan Opera Company, as sole judge. Miss Chronis received a cash award amounting to $600 as regional winner and her a trip to New Y'ork. Second place winner was Jud -I ith Cornell of Santa Barbara, soprano; with third place going] to Thomas B. Anderson of Los Anegles, tenor. Daniel Mc- jCaughna of South Pasadena, a i baritone, received honorable mention. 700% Cotton Terry Robe Robe for relaxing . . . gVosgrain ribbon trim on pockets and back yoke, self buttons. Washable, no ironing. 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