Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 27, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, February 27, 1964
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MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor By JOSEPHINE REAY Redlands Daily Facts Thurs., Feb. 27, 1964 - 3 Passengers aboard the USN'S Breckenridge when it sails from Oakland Monday will be Frances and Harry Whaley of Redlands, bound for Japan and another visit with their son and hisj League had a sell-out for anoth- family who are stationed there. < C r of their popular Camellia This will be their second tripjluncheons yesterday ar.d Lady sea voyage and should be treated to the gorgeous sight of Ja-| pan during cherry blossom time before they come home. As usual, the Assistance! PREPARE FOR SUNDAY MUS1CALE — Kathryn K. James, organist at the First Congregational church, and Mary Breihan, standing, member of a choral ensenmble composed of local members of Sigma Alpha lota, professional music association for women, will take part in the annual SAI benefit musicale in Redlands Sunday. The program will start at 4 p.m. in the Congregational church and will be followed by a reception in Kimberly hall. The public is invited to support this event. (Daily Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) to the Orient since son Bob, a chief yeoman in the U.S. Navy, was ordered there three years ago and is stationed at Yo kosuka. He will retire June 30 after 20 years of service and then he, his wife and their two children, Judy and Chris, will return home. Frances and Harry expect to be gone about two months and will see some more of Japan during their stay. They will also re-visit Redlands' sister city, Hino. Their first visit prompted the beginning of the sister-city idea here. The Redlanders are looking forward to the leisurely, l-i-day. Rebekahs Pay Tribute To Lodge Founder Annual S.A.I. Benefit Recital Sunday Redlands organist Kathryn K.j Mrs. James, organist al thc'alumnac chapters of S.A.I, and James and soprano Alice Wy-Congregational church, holds a jas Dean of the Pasadena Ameri- mcr of Riverside will presentjB.M. degree in organ and pianocan Guild of Organists. For the annual Sigma Alpha Iotafrom the U. of R. and has done Sunday's program she will benefit musicale Sunday alter- additional study with Arthuriplay a Partita by Bach, selec- noon at 4 o'clock in the sane;roister. Porter Heaps, CarlUions by California composers tuary of the First Congregation-'Weinrich and Alexander McCur- James Rogers, Richard Purvis al church. They will be assisted idy. Shu has appeared in recital and Joseph Clokey, and a Sona- by Mary Anne Mitchell of River-land radio programs in the Pa- : ta on the 94th Psalm by side, harpsichord, and a sinail sadena area and was soloist at Reubke. choral ensemble. jthe 1953 Golden Anniversary Xa-' j Irs _ wymcr is also a grad- The public is invited to attend tional convention of S.A.I, in ua t c of the U. of R. She" has this concert sponsored by t h e'Chicago. appeared in leading roles in pro- San Bernardino and Riverside) She has served as president',]„ ct j ons 0 f the Riverside Opera County Alumnae of Sigma Al-of the Pasadena and Redlands,Company and the Riverside Cho- pha lota, national professional music association for women.[ i/. .i nri as a benefit for the active chap-! Y ITQll I /70fi7SOi7 ter at the University of Red ' lands. Luck certainly smiled on t h e gals — providing a beautiful, clear Spring day. After Sunday's lashing winds and the rains on Monday, the hostesses at t h ei 13 homes stopped biting their i nails when they arose to sun-j shine yesterday morning. Evidently no harm was done to the camellias, because the tradition of one for each guest on the individual luncheon tables was continued and they i were beauties, all. j At Margaret (Mrs. Richard I Leonard's house in Prospect Park where we shared a table with Dee (Mrs. Gordon) Bennett, Norma (.Mrs. Richard) Daniels and Ruth (Mrs. George) j Paul, the view of the surrounding trees, all nicely washed off ! from the Monday rain, was gor- i geous. j I Nest to us sal Lois (Mrs. iRobert) Scholton. Ruth (Mrs. ,, ., _ .. , Wilson) Parker down from Oak Myrtle Curtis read a memor ;iGlcn Hazc , M w , n Ande( ..; •alto Thomas \\iley founder of son an( , Ljn( , a (Mrs .. Buck ",; 0 d d rellows and Rcbckah Weavcr and just aroun( , (he cor .i lodges, at the recent meeting ncr wcrc Bcltv , Mrs Lconard) | °l S , a ^' r u ,? cbekah loc "Sc 10 1Keith. Dec (Mrs. Carl) Bank.! the IOOF hall Evclvn (Mrs. Leslie) Marshall' Margaret Rhoadcs trustee ofl and Lcola (Mrs LloV(I) Ilulbert the lodge, presented a com- _ jn (hc uiest nats , plete inventory report at this; Margarct uas assistcd by Bi . timc - ita (Mrs. Bob) Campbell and Gertrude Spellman, president;p cg (Mrs. Morris) Cantley in of the Past Noble Grands club, j serving the always carefully se-i welcomed the junior past nobleiicctcd and tested luncheon. It; rand. Alma Swcnson, into was mighty tasty, and the print membership and presented a c d recipes for the various items! plant to her as a gift from the WC re again available to add to! club. ,[| le pretty pink recipe boxes in- ; Refreshments were sened by troduccd several years ago — j ,'thc vice grand, Mildred Ham-a real brainstorm, that idea. j !mer. with Mrs. Curtis and Mini Norma Daniels, lucky as ever.' Inie Williams assisting. went home with the beautiful, |—— 'azalea plant, a "gift of the !house". j ' There were 13 homes open lo* luncheon guests yesterday and! iso far there have been no re(ports of any hitches at any one! jof them. Joan (Mrs. Nick) Ka-j irahalios and Chris (Mrs. Mcl- : jvin) Haas, the 19S4 general co-i THE BROTHERS FOUR — Sponsored by the TANA campus organization at the University of California at Riverside, "The Brothers Four," popular singing quartet, will be presented in the UCR gymnasium tomorrow at 8 p. m. Mike Kirkland, Bob Flick, John Paine and Dick Foley, who started singing for fun in 1958 at the University of Washington, have earned fame and fortune in recent years after their first recording, "Greenfields," sold more than a million copies. Tickets for their Riverside program ore on sale at the Harris Company in Redlands, San Bernardino and Riverside ond at the UCR library and dormitories. Big Benefit Hoedown Set For Saturday Cow Counties Hoedown As sociation will have its 11th an Church Women Invited To Institute United Church Women ! Rebekah Social Club Convenes i Mrs. Agnes Larson. 1224 Mag-! inolia street, was hostess yes-i of terdav to members of the So- 1 |mystery prize) and Mrs. Betty , Larson of St. Charles. 111., sis- ,ter-in-Iaw of the hostess and her 'present housegucst. nual Casa Colina ho pit bene> ha ™' provcd ,0 bc Southern California and South-lcial clut ~~ 2= ™= SUMS T -^rjrXJiK* p.m. to midnight in Riverside AAUW Reports 215 Members A tofal of 215 paid members in Redlands AAUW branch was Lecture At UCR March 5 I rale and will be soloist with the Chorale on March 14 in "The : Seven Last Words of Christ" by 'Haydn. Mrs. Wymcr, with harp- ., ... • -„ .their efforts, and those of Leadership Education Institute. J r | Memorial auditorium, ith andi a „ „ |C Leag[ , e mcmbcrs who |, 0 bc hcId ncst Monday, at Yu-^f scheduled quilt Lemon streets. worked so hard, will assure the :ca j p a Methodist church. in lor. .: — „ f ... • This institute will strive to It top was presented to ) who scheduled a rjnilt- bee for their March meet- Three separate floors „„ : contim|ation of , hcir vaiuab i c dancing have been rescn-edj phi|anthropic projccts with Denver Hall designated for a round dance parly. Cow Counties Callers Assoc. will pro- ; DISTRICT PTA LIFE vide 20 lop callers and the best MEMBERSHIP DINNER in sound equipment. Fifth District of the California sichord accompaniment by Mrs. ! Mitchell, will sing a group of ' 17th and lSth century songs by I Virgil Thomson, musician.! Ro,,crl Johnson and " andeL .composer, and author, will de-l A 5:111311 choral ensemble will liver a lecture on "Words and!P cr f° rr » three short works by .Music" on the evening of .March American composers Billings. ."> al the University of Califor-! Frances Kleeman and Aaron reported at this week's mretinr nla - Riverside. " j Copland. A reception in Kimber- of board members at the horn..: Mr. Thomson, whose work.! 1 *' hall will follow the program For the truly experienced. ConRress 0 f parents and Teach- square dancer there will be a, ers wi „ hol( , an Honorarv Life "Hot Hash" dance at the Mrs. Larson entertained the clarify and implement the pur-j group with organ music and pose of United Church Women served refreshments to Alma iwith study and discussion Swenson, president: Eariine groups meeting from 9:15 a.m .ipool, Margaret Rhoads. Dor- until 3 p.m. The purpose shall othy Meumann, Jennie Allison, bc to write church women in Bessie Simms, Lennic Young, their allegiance to their Lord Helen Walsh (who won the of Miss Mary Pew, 210 East "Praises and Prayers." will be Fern avenue. slin S by mezzo - soprano Bet- The board extended a vote ol.ty Allen the following evening thanks to Mrs. Robert II. Lynn j at the same location, has com- and her committee who were'poscd symphonies, symphonic responsible for the recent Fcl-: suites, string quarters, s o n g s. lowships Luncheon. ' ln(1 P !ano P lcccs - ]!ls 1] est known President Nadine Cragg re­ works include "Four Saints in Members of the choral group|hosts for the evenin are Mary Breihan, Marjorie Ic-i ; ~~ anberry. Beverly Irwin, M ay Kanatani. Mary Anne Mitchell. Gwladys Pugh, Judy Trapp and Mrs. Wymcr. , ,. ... , „ ,-• .and Saviour, through a program| YWCA. adjacent to the auditor-l ^^^r ^nllarch^^-^g to their integration in mm, from 8:30 to 11. Callers iat fi .A n Tnc cvent honors jn . the total life and work of the for this marathon dance will bcj.Hvidiials who navc contrib ute(! church and to the building of a ; Bob Ballou. lHUis Ilauck. Bert| outstanding scrvicc to chiWrcn| ««>rW ChnsUan community. : Freeman, Ray Cox and Lecl an(( vou(n Tw0 awards „,|| | )f J State officers will bc greeted Schmidt. 'presented bv the District at the lj y Mrs. Robert E. King and Riverside and San Bernardino meeting. All holders of the Mls - A - Stevenson, area square dance clubs will be award "and all other interested chairmen. Those who have not nersons are cordiallv invited to made luncheon reservations purchase tickets from the PTA | may bring their own sack , Q—The bidding has been: lub of Sapphire Rcbekalii East south West North IV 1 A Pass 2 * Pass ". You. South, hold: *KJ1042 VA32 AQ6 What do you do? A—Bid three spades. If your partner has a. good raise you are willing to try for game. TODAY'S QUESTION" West bids two diamonds over your spade overcall. Your partner passes and East goes to v.u hearts. What do you do now.' Ansvvpr Tomorrow TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap pliances will find a ready mar ket through Classified Ads. unit presidents or Mrs. Robert I lunches. Child care will be pro- Mott. PTA Council reservations;vided. chairman (736-0912) until March; AH local church women are 2nd. I invited to attend. operas to texts by: \Gertrude Stein. ! minded members of the Statej T hree Acts" and "The Motheri wide Workshop in Ontario to-l of Ls A11 morrow evening and Saturday , Transportation may bc arranged' In describing his own lecture.j with Mrs. William C. Brocato or!-Mi". Thomson has said it will 1 Dr. Louise Jennings. i cover the "perfidy and musical „ TT„J HI ^ i „ declamation of the English lan- Mrs. rred Monroe reported on ... .,. , ., „. . ... guage with specific reference to (he "American family in a ' ra •• Changing World" study section , ' , , . 1 and the program they will pre-: yir - , Tll omson began Ins re sent at the March branch mcet-, I " ark1ablc1carccr1 at thcu . a3c of : ing. The literature section meet- 12 * h . cn he , inducted his own| ing will be March 9 al the home ™ C J a,s and accompanied some. t\. rv .u II r. -.u of 'he worlds greatest concert, of Mrs. Dorothy II. Brenan with so j 0 j s , s I continued study on California r ',' .,, , literature under direction of ;u T h p h^ture will be sponsored • Mrs. Russell R. Rogers. : b >'. ,h1e L , CR Committee for Arts, .„ , !and Lectures and will begin at Mrs. Willard Schurr will be' S:15 p n , in (hc fniversitv Thea- hostess to the play reading! trc Admission is free to the group March 2. "Science and the Laymen" will continue a going places Write group study of computers, according to Mrs. Fred Monroe. Legislation chairman M r s. George R. Hewey reminded the general public' j Miss Allen, whom many consider the finest lieder singer in America today, has won ovations in this country, in Latin America, in Europe and in the Far group of the AAUW interest in j East. She will soon appear as bills before the California Legis-| so i 0 j sl %v ith the New York Phil- lature which will offer increased harmonic orchestra conducted aid to education. |by Leonard Bernstein. For the annual Palm Springs! "Tickets for her UCR recital House Tours on March 8, tickets arc available at the ticket of- are available from Mrs. Albert fice. Room 1156 of the adminis- F. Koehler. Uration building on campus. 'Miss Young Fashion Cathy alights ot the Palm Springs railroad station wearing a svelte three-piece Butte knit of linen and Arnef in a desert keyed natural beige. The slim, fully-lined skirt is topped by a trim jacket detailed with mock pockets, brass buttons, and turnback cuff with button trim, worn over a short - sleeved blouse with tie collar. Simply bound to stir up a desert storm! In sizes 10 to 16 at 49.98. Sportswear — Fashion Floor cordially invite you to view their complete line of 'Wedding Stationery 20S East State Redlands, California | Bridal Registry EASY CARE . . . LONG WEAR . . FINEST FASHION Here's wash and wear ot its greatest! Arrow Dec- Ion is a special luxury blend of 65°» DacronS' polyester and 35% cotton, that makes laundering a breeze. Wash it any way you like, Decton looks wonderful without ironing, perfect with a simple touch up! And it outwears any all-cotton shirt you've ever owned. Mitoga-tailored for impeccable fit, "Sanforized" to keep that fit. $5.00 MEN'S FURNISHINGS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' DOWNTOWN REDLANDS I' PHOTO BY l * JAMES SLOAN SAN BCWNAHOINO PtVERS'OC

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