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March 5, 1964

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 3

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ccietif lUSS JObEPHLNE REAV Society Editor French Films To Open UR Film Festiva ORIENTAL FLAVOR - Mrs. Donald B. Otis, left, general chairman of the 1964 "Cope Capers" scheduled for Saturday at Cope Junior High school, and Mrs. Charles L. Wimberly, center, ticket chairmon, join the decorations chairman, Mrs. Donald F. Billhardt, as she prepares to create an Oriental atmosphere for the "Cherry Blossom Festival." Music for dancing will be provided by "The Twilighters" from 9 p. m. to 1 a. m. and for others who prefer cords, tobies will be available. Tickets will be sold at the door for this fundraising event of the year sponsored by Cope P. T. A. (Daily Facts photo) Two Zefa Rhos Feted During Chapter Meeting Zela RI)o chapter of Beta Sigma Phi honored Mrs. James A. Bates and Mrs. A. Howard Kopperdale with a surprise shower at tjje regular chapter meeting Tuesday at the home of Mrs. George C. Coe, 611 Orchard drive. Each received a duster from her sorority sisters and also many other gifts. A decorated cake was served by the hostess and her co-hostess, Mrs. Corb L. Flick Jr. Mrs. Robert JI. Scott presented the program on art with eacli member participating with a drawing demonstrating her artistic ability. Mrs. William P. Wilder announced the M.C.C. breakfast for March 15 at Azure Hills Country club. Members present were Mmes. M. Harry Whalen. Scott, Flick, Wilder, Dennis Figgins, Coe, Bates, Kopperdale; and guests, Mmes. Mason Watson, Edwin Doney, Byron Huey, Carl Smith and Stephen Carroll. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything CaU 793-3221 Master Point Bridge Results Seventeen tables participated in two sections of Master Point play during the Tuesday evening duplicate bridge session at the YMCA. In Section A, North-South po sition, first place winners were .Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kebeley with Mr. and Sirs. Robert Smith, second; .Mrs. C. T. Tower and Mickey Bevis, tliird. East-West, Orton Woodhead and L. Hunter, first; Mrs. Vir- gic Currey and Myer Lcson, second; Jack and Larry Little, third. In Section B, North-South, it was Mrs. Roy Wick and Mrs. Geneva Reiter, first: Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Donald Jr., second; Richard O'Lcary and D. Yarborough, third; Mrs. Ivan Bratton and Mrs. Walter Derby, fourth. East-West, Mrs. Sig Kriegsman and Mrs. Richard Bollinger, first; Jlrs. Grace Leeper and Jlrs. Edith Dumas, second; Ben Gross and Brace Hartweil, third, and Mr. and; Mrs. Silver, fourth. i Open Pairs Championship is| scheduled for next Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., also at the YMCA. Book Fair At Franklin School To Be March 18 Plans for Franklin school's day-long Book Fair, scheduled for March 18, were discussed when members of Franklin PTA board met this week at the home of .Airs. V/illard W. Winchester, 1231 Occidental avenue..Mrs. John C. Pitts was co-hostess. Mrs. Harvey J. \'an Sickle, unit president, said that the children would be allowed to inspect the books and make purchases throughout the day. The unit meeting will be that afternoon at which time Sirs. Lucy Stark of Redlands, author of "Skippy — a True Story of a Deer", will be the speaker. Principal Donald 11. Mcln tosh told of plans to start Pen Pal correspondence with school children in Redlands' sister city, Hino, Japan. He also announced that the school's basketball team had been undefeated this season. Board members present were Mmes. David E. Luce, Lon M. Sheets, Raymond C. Fuller, Richard M. Milliman, Robert E. Bell, Richard G. Ury, E. Gordon Mathena, Larry G. Steele, Ted J. Lowry, Thomas A. French films will form a double feature program tomorrow in the University of Redlands' Hornby Science Hall at 7:45 p.m. under direction of the UR French Department. "Le Ballon Rouge" ("The Red Balloon") and "La vie commence demain" ("Life Begins Tomorrow") will be the first in a Film Festival series including French, German and Spanish films, to be shown on the UR campus. Written and directed by Al bett Lamorisse, "Le Ballon Rouge" is a fantasy of the world of childhood exhibiting innocence, charm and rare imagination. Time magazine reported that "Moviegoers of all ages will find themselves laughing, and sometimes sighing." 'La Vie Commence Demain", wTitten and directed by Nicole Vedres, examines the responsibilities of "Everyman" today in preparing for the world of tomorrow. Reviewers in Saturday Review said, "An e.xciting, pro- ocative examination of today's arts and sciences in the relation to the world of tomorrow." Five more films will be offered through the months of April and May. Individual or season tickets will be available at the door or through the Public Relations Office. Ice Capades Trip On AARP Tour List A trip to the "Ice Capades on May 7 has been added to the spring tours conducted by the Yucaipa Chapter, American .Association of Retired Persons, according to Sumner Farrar, tour chairman. Three trips are on the scbe dule for this month. The first was today to Forest Lawn and the Huntington Gardens in Los Angeles. On March 17 there will be a trip to the Orange Show on senior citizens day. A.A.R.P. members will put on a special show in the afternoon. The longest trip comes on March 24-26, with Las Vegas the objective. "This tour will leave from the Roesch Terminal in San Bernardino. Eight other tours are planned during the spring. Those interested in the tours should contact Mr. Farrar at Space IS, Rancho del Sol Mobile Homes. President J. L. Soutter has announced that the Los Angeles chapter is arranging a plane trip to the New York World's Fair with a stopover at Roches ter, N.Y. for the A.A.R.P. convention. Yucaipa Church Hosts Institute For UCW Area Over 100 women attended the Leadership Education Institute for Area 9, United Church Women of Southern California and Southern Nevada, at Yucaipa's Methodist church this week. This number included 22 f r o m Yucaipa, 10 from Redlands and 11 state officers and chairmen. Mrs. Stanley S. McKee, leadership education chairman of Redlands Daily Facts Thurs., March 5, 1964 - 3 LECTURE TOMORROW AT S.DX CHURCH "A Year Abroad" is the lec ture to be given by John T. Hamilton, director of public affairs at La Sierra College, tomorrow, 7:30 p.m., at the Redlands Seventh-day Adventist church Ilhistrated with colored slides, the lecture describes the curriculum of the Seminaire .Adventiste in CoUonges. France, for students Interested in a year of college study abroad All credits are transferable to their original college. use of Southern California and Southern Nevada, directed the meeting. Mrs. Robert E. King and Mrs. H. A. Stevenson, area chairmen, were in charge of all arrangements. GOP Precinct Workers Guests At Luncheon Approximately 50 women were present this week at a luncheon for Republican precinct workers and captains ^v- en at the home of Mrs. Hans Warjone; 1745 Dwight street. Salads for the luncheon were provided by members of .the board of the Redlands Republican Woman's club. Hostesses for the luncheon were the club's precinct chairmen, Mrs. Jack Beaver and Mrs. Ray Haight. Sirs. Lee Harris, president, poured. A program voted to the details of precinct work followed the luncheon and completed the afternoon. McKinley PTA Award Goes To Miss Clem Miss Clara Mae Clem, whose entire teaching career has been spent at McKinley elementary school, was recipient of McKinley P.T..-\.'s honorary life mem bership award this year. Redlands - bom and educated, .Miss Clem is also active in community projects and in the field of business in addition to b e r many contributions to the young people with whom she works. At this week's meeting of the PTA board with Mrs. H. Welty Kuhns, 55 South Center street, Mrs. Edward Olmos was co-hostess. Members were reminded that on April 14 at 10:15 a.m. at the school, there will be group discussion on primary reading to show parents methods of instruction for children in the kindergarten, first and second grades. James Stan/ill, principal, announced the inter-school track meet sponsored by the Optimist club scheduled for March 16. AAUW BRIDGE SECTION MEETING Section B of the AAUW bridge group will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. with Miss Louise Jennings, Apt. A, 534 Roosevelt road. Members may call 792-2660 for reservations. Moody, Leonard B. Waitman, Laurel D. Hook, Claude C. Thompson Jr.. Gayle E. Wirz, Claude F. Brandon Jr. and Beryl W. Hetrick. going places "Miss Young Fashion" Something io see For a Free Swinging Game . . . McGregor Has Added Plenty of X-tras To Their New Breed of Golfwear For more freedom in your follow-through try McGregor's new breed of golfwear.., golf wear that resists wrinkles, keeps you cool and lets you free to concentrate on your game. Cathy learns about road building, wearing a costume by Camelon Knits with the look of iace that's as exciting this Spring as the monster machine in the bockground. A slim, fully lined skirt topped by a sleeveless, collarless blouse work their magic under a three-quarter sleeve, jewel neckline, fully lined loce knit coot to complete the costume. Available in beige or gold in sizes 5 to 15 at a Spring-like 27.95 HARRIS'-YOUNG FASHIONS-SECOND FLOOR PHOTO BY JAMES SLOAN

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