Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 3, 1964 · Page 3
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March 3, 1964

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 3

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CONCERT ASSOCIATION BOOSTERS - Mrs. James W. Simonds, left, president of Redlands Winter Concert Associotion, welcomes It. Col. ond Mrs. Frederick E. Sullivan, new members attending lost evening's kick-off dinner meeting in the Cosa loma Room on the U.R. compus for the 1964 membership drive. The Sullivons ore omong the volunteer cam- poign workers who will ossist the drive chairman, Mrs. James C. Lewis, as they enlist support for the next season. Concert Associafion Announces Brillianf Season As Membership Drive For 1964-65 Gefs Under Way Four brilliant altraclions wll be o£fered by Rcdlands Winter Concert Associalion on its 196465 series, it was announced last evening during the kick-off dinner in the Casa Loma room at the University of Redlands for the Association's membership campaign. To appear before the Redlands audience will be Brian Sullivan Metropolitan Opera Company tenor, on October 6; the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra on November 24; the noted Russian mezzo-soprano Zara Dolovkhanova on February 15, 1965, and the distinguished young pianist, Ivan Davis. March 22, 1965. Mrs. James C. Lewis is serving as chairman of the 1964 membership drive, to be assisted by various teams of , workers to be announced b lull later. Miss Linda Olson, tlie Association's secretary and campaign coordinator, explained the {purpose of the drive for the benefit of newcomers at the .dinner last evening, and out- llincd the manner in which it will be conducted. She noted in particular that the custom of inviting new members to attend the final concert of this season will be continued this year on a space-allowable basis. The concert will be presented by the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra on the evening of .^pril 22 in Memorial chapel at the university. This will allow new members the privilege of attending five concerts for their membership donation. Miss Olson said. Three types of memberships arc available: reserved seat memberships at ten dollars; general admission at seven dollars and student memberships (college age and under) at five dollars. Season patrons who contribute $25 in addition to their membership fees are also invited to support the associa tion. Mrs. James W. Simonds is president of Redlands Winter Concert Association and spoke briefly last evening, as did Mrs. Lewis who is second nee president. Mrs. Carl C. Bank is first vice president; Miss Olson, sec rctary, and Larry H. Hendon is treasurer. DOWNTOWN REDLANDS Buy 3 Prs. and Save Munsingwear Tricot Undies Your favorite Munsingwear "Acele" acetate panfy styles at very substantial savings when you buy 3 of a kind! Limited time only — be early! pcietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Sodetjr Editor Bonnes Meres Associates . Guests At Tea Bonnes Mercs Auxiliary to the Ctiildren's Home Society of California continued its annual custom of honoring associate members yesterday afternoon at a tea at the home of Mrs. James W. Simonds, Saritta drive. Pouring during the tea hour were Mmes. Malcolm C. Cham bers, Edward Darrah, Ray An derson, Lloyd Watts and James Sloan, all associate members. Mrs. Edgar F. Losee, associ ate membership chairman, was joined in receiving the guests at t h e door by Mrs. I. Hunter Crittenden, Bonnes Meres pres ident; Mmes. I^s Platz, Ronald Rieke, A. Gordon Reynolds, David B. Haag and Ray Nielsen. Jlrs. Losee also introduced the guest speaker of the after noon, .Mrs. Beatrice Clayton wlio is director of volunteers of the C.H.S. for San Bernardino, Orange and Riverside counties. Jlrs. Claylon reviewed the policies and activities of the adoption agency for the bene fit of newcomers in the group and guests. Sbo also outlined the areas of service provided by tlie society to the natural parents, the children them selves and the adoptive parents. A case history involving placement of a brother and sister was outlined to illustrate the value of the program to all concerned. The tea has become a tradition with Bonnes Meres whose active members are engaged in several projects yearly in support of the adoption agency. Sunny Rehwald Honored At Bridal Shower Honoring bride-elcct Sunell (Sunny) Rehwald, three hostesses entertained at a recent pre-nuptial shower. The hos- itesses were Sue Adams, Jane Rae and Marian Hebard at the Hebard home, 1400 Garden street Sunny is the bride-elect oi^ David Beebe. Hiey ^vill be married Saturday. Party guests includes the mothers of the engaged conple, Mrs. Lloyd J. Starr and Mrs. aaude R. Beebe; Mrs. Carol JYingst, Donna Sheridan, Pat Rehwald, Gail Bedford, Judy McCook, Barbara Guest, Bobbette Aiken and the honorec. Also invited, and sending gifts, were Mrs. Mary Knodel, Mrs. Mary Gutter and Jeanne Moulton. SIGN NEW YORK (UPl) - A sign in the office of a Hotel Edison executive says: "We specialize m Guesst work." Redlands Daily Facts Taesday, Mar. 3,1W - 3 RECEIVE PTA HONORS — Robert Kohl, left, president of the school board, ond Martin Munz, right, principal of Redlands Junior High school, made the presentation of honorary life membership awards in the PTA to Charles R. Sfultz and Richard B. Gaston, center left and right, during Redlands PTA Council's recent salad luncheon. Honor guests incuded Mrs. Robert Murray, Fifth District president, and this year's recipients from each local PTA Unit. School principals and members of the administrative staff were also among the 80 guests present. —— For Results Use Facts Classified Ads Cope P.T.A. Invites Public To Meeting "Tracing the Way of Teaching History" will be the subject of the Cope Junior High P.T.A. meeting tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in the muKipurpo.sc room, according to Mrs. E. F. Dibble, program chairman. The program is open to the public as well as to parents. Teachers heading flie program are James Hargrave, John Stubbs, Warren Amett. Gilbert Bettger and Douglas Hairgrovc. Students will also take part in the narration and song portions of the program. March 9 is Eighth Grade Parents Night at the school. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss with the parents the students' schedule for next year and to inform them of the 9lh grade curriculum. Counselors and basic course teachers will be present to discuss the children's program for next year with their parents. Elastic Leg Panties Reg. 89c pr. "5 $^20 Sizes 4 io 7 ^ PAIRS Mm Reg. $1.15 a pr. Sizes 8 or 9 ..3 pr. $2.90 Trunk Leg Panties Reg. $\ a pr. Sizes 6 or 7 Reg. $1.25 o pr. 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