Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 12, 1964 · Page 2
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, March 12, 1964
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2 - Thurs., Mar. 12. 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Top Feminine GOP Leader On Western Visit Top feminine figure in the Republican partj-, Elly Peter, son, will make her first west- em swing, when she comes to California next week to visit four counties in two days. Mrs. Peterson, who took office January 1 as Assistant Chairman of the Republican National Committee and Director of Women's Activities, will make a speaking appearance at a six- county luncheon when she addresses the Southern Division of t h e Federated Republican Women at the Statler Hotel at noon on Jlonday. Federated Republican Women from Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Ventura, Santa Barbara and Riverside counties will attend the luncheon. Mrs. Peterson is acknowledged to have been greatly in strumental in the election of Governor George Romney in Michigan through her organization of the women of the state. Also, she plans and directs the annual Republican Women's Conferences each sprmg in Washington, attended by thousands of G.O.P. women from all over the United States. Following her luncheon ap pearance on Monday, she will speak before a meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Committee of Repub- hcan Associates at the Los .Angeles Athletic Club at an eve MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERY CUSTOM MADE MATTRESSES Free Pick-Up and Delivery Free Estimates BANNER Mattress & Upholstery Co. 122 CAJON PY 3-58SI ELLY PETERSON ning dinner meeting. Tuesday, Mrs. Peterson will visit San Diego County, speat ing at a noon luncheon spon sored by the San Diego Repub- Ucan Central Committee, the Federated Republican Women of San Diego County and the Republican Associates of San Diego County. That evening the Republican leader will go to Bakersfield for a county-wide dinner. Mrs. Peterson will be mtro- duced at the six-county luncheon by Mrs. Patricia A. Hitt, Republican National Committee Woman. Jr. Clubwomen Contribute To Kiwanis Park A jungle gym and swing set for Kiwanis Park was an nounced as the contribution from Junior Women of the Contemporary club when members met this week in the Tom and Ann Peppers Art Gallery at the University of Redlands. The contribution was an noimced by Mrs. Earl B. Anderson, Build a Better Com munity chairman. The Juniors have also this year contributed to Wesley Hall Annex and to the Crafton school class for the handicapped. Money derived for these projects is riased through the Juniors' Benefit Bowling League. Mrs. 0. Glen Stinson an nounced that she has planned a project to raise money to purchase vitamins for the Aid to Mexico Program. She also announced the next international luncheon for April 20 at the home of Mrs. Don L. Higdon, proceeds to go to the medical ship USS Hope. The program for the evening was presented by Mrs. Margaret Clark of the U. R. art department faculty who took the group on a tour of the art center and also gave an interesting talk on the Coca Cola exhibit loanded to the gallery. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Robert E. Starbuck, Mrs. Frank Jacinto Jr. and Mrs. H. Don Goodrich. S.D.A. STUDENTS' PROGRAM TOMORROW "No Man is an Island" is the program to be presented by eighth grade students of Red lands Seventh-day Adventist church school at the Redlands church tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE BEAX Society Editor CAPER CUTTERS" GRADUATION PARTY 'Caper Cutters" square dance club will have a gradua tion party tomorrow starting at 8 p.m. in the Yucaipa Woman's clubhouse, comer of Adams and Avenue A. Jinl Mann will call and there will be fun, food and prizes. All square dancers are invited. cordially invite you to View their complete line of Wedding Stationery 208 Last State Redlands, California Bridal Registry Linda Douglas Feted By Job's Daughters Honored Queen Linda Doug las was surprise bonorce at a party following a progressive dinner in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Wa>-nc Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Weaver and Judge and Jlrs. Ben Alexander. Attending were Pat Alex ander, Charlotte Johnson, Karyn Enarson, Pam Beauregard, Pam Alexander, Peggy Beauregard, Jackie Bilter, Mary and Pat Bradley, Rita Cox, Bette Ann Dahlstrom, Glenda Douglas, Sandy Fuller, Candace Frjcr. Bonnie and Melanie Gage, Linda Gay, Genevieve Granillo, Debbie Hay, Joanne Halliday, Susan Holcomb, lona Hughes, Judy Jenkms, Paula Miller, Kay Moore, Karen Neil, Anne Pearson, Susan Parrott, Cheryl Prout. Pat Richmond, Glenna Richardson, Peggy Schoenenberger, Dorothy Ann Smith, Vicki von der Hellen, Jodie Watson, Nancy and Robyn Weaver, Carol Wilson, Frances Whitlow, Heidi Zullig, Nancy and Susan Williams, Carol Lynn Serrett, Pam and Chris Dunson, Sue Ficker and Donna Luce. Adults attending were Messrs. and Mmes. Weaver, Bradley, Larry Runner, Eugene Johnson, Leo Daun and Alexander; and Mmes. Joseph W. Enarson, Norma Cox, Beverly Hughes; Messrs. Harry Fryer and Bernard Richardson. BOOKS TAKE SPOTLIGHT — A "feasf" of books was prepared for children at Lugonia school for this week's Book Fair sponsored by the PTA unit. Here is Mrs. Eleanor Cameron, center, guest author, autographing one of her books for Gerry Bauerle while Debbie Ahlborn, left, contemplates her selection. At Mrs. Cameron's right is Miss Frances. Redman, children's li- brarion at Smiley librory, who is assisting with the Fair, and far right is Mrs. Phil J. Diiparte, Book Week chairman. (Redlands Daily Facts photo) Auxiliary Unit Honors Junior Past President American Legion Auxiliary Unit 106 entertained its junior past president, Mrs. M Olco- vich, at a surprise party Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Frederick Huisb, 453 Cen ter street. Mrs. John E. Lenkcr pre^ sented a set of Coming ware to Mrs. Olcovich as a gift from the Unit. Mrs. Lenker and Mrs. Huish were hostesses for the evening and served refresh, ments (o Miss Bumana Middaugh and Mmes. Sberrill Wood, William Deptucb, Alcovich, Ann KIcnik, Don Montgomery, Ray Leighton, Frederick G. John son, Ralph Brooks, Walter Had Icy, Mitchell Buyak, George Lupo, Willie Anderson, Dwayne Bicklc, Eugene John son, Joseph Mancel. Mmes. Ed Vande Berg, E. L. Daniclson, F: D. Hunt, William Schmltt, Bessie E. Simms and Stella Williamson, a guest from Skokie, 111. 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STREET Mrs. Patton, Mr. Krause Elected To Office By Redlands White Shrine Berenice Patton and Jacltson Krause, worthy high priestess and watchman of shepherds, headed the new group of officers elected last evening when Redlands AVhite Shrine met in tlie Masonic temple. Members of Copa del Oro chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, pre pared and served dinner to members of the Shrine preceding their meeting. Also elected were Betty In^ gram, noble prophetess; William Ramsey, associate watchman of shepherds; Dai Ramsey, scribe; Beth Dienst, treasurer; Marea Shaw, chaplain; Mary Lou Krause, shepherd and Mary Reese, guide. Supreme appointments ecort corted and presented were Gladys Erickson, district deputy; William Swartz, deputy supreme W.O.S.; Violet Riccketts, district chairman of material objective; Arthur Crim Jr., district chairman of mem bcrship and supreme honorary officer Harry Rickeits, W.O.S. of Ramona shrine. Banning. Past W.H.P. and W.O.S. rec ognized were Minnie Zimmcr, Vera Mae Crim, Isabcle Moore, Florence Sandefur, Marea Shaw, Dai Ramsey, Dorothy Anderson and Ira Sandefur, all Redlands; Leo Rickert and Louise Doolittle, Ramona shrine; Rhea Brooks, San Gorgonio, and Florence Cornell, Mt. Rubidoux. Pro tern officers were Fred Reams, Clem Patton and Claude Dunn, wise men; and Ethel Turner of ML Bubidou.x shrine, guardian. Footlighters Last Show Of Season Starts Run At Grove Theatre Tonight "A Shot in the Dark", mystery-comedy by Harry Kumitz who adapted it from the play by Marcel Achard, "L'Idiote", will open tonight at the Grove Theatre and is the Footlight­ ers' final production of the cur^ rent season. Directed by Jodi Lugo, the cast includes Don Blair. Ann Rice, Vem Hebard, Jim Smith, Nick Salpas, Janet Mills, Carolyn Reichert and Q. Lewis. Play dates are March 12, 13, UNDER HOUSE ARREST KATMANDU, Nepal (UPI) — Former Prime Minister Dr. K. I. Singh and deposed Nepali Congress Home Minister S. P. Upadhyaya are under house arrest, it was officially announced today. No explanation was given for the arrests. 14, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 with curtain time at 8:15 m'ghtly, except on Saturdays when there are two shows, one at 7 and another at 9:30. The box office is open from 4 to 8 daily, except Sunday, telephone 792-9022. All Footlighter productions benefit the Optimist club's youth program. SACRED HEART MOTHERS CLUB Sacred Heart school's Mothers club will have a potluck luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in the school hall. Child care will be available for pre-school­ ers. Susan Chesus, speech student at Redlands High school, will present an original oration on "Moral Integrity — Imperative for Survival". U.R. Quartet On Riverside Chorale Program Riverside Chorale will feature the University of Redlands string quartet in its presentation of "The Passion" or "Seven Last Words" by Haydn in Riverside Gty College aduitor- ium Saturday at 8:15 p.m. The music, originally composed as instrumental interludes to be used in comemora- tive church liturgy, became more often performed when Haydn added the words to be sung by chorus and solo vocal quartet, accompanied by strings. Alice Wymer, soprano, and Erwin Sapp, tenor, two former U.R. students, will join Marlene Moffett, mezzo-soprano, and John Ulrich, bass, in the solo parts. Claire Sheldon and Judith Olson, violinists; Janice Mcintosh, viola, and Ann Cougblin, 'cello, are members of the quartet. Robert Lynn, string bass player, will join the group for this performance. The production is under the musical direction of Harold Confer. Members of the Chorale board headed by Arthure Zuehlke, president, are in charge of arrangements. Tickets will be available at the door. Mus/c Teachers Hear Program Of Piano Music A program of piano music was presented at yesterday morning's meeting of Redlands Music Teachers Association at the home of Elizabeth Voellmy, 81 North Buena VisU street. Taking part were Lorraine Jorgenson and Mary Evelyn Golz, playing a two-piano Sonata m G Major by Bach; Margaret Eneroth, who played two movements from Beethoven Sonata; Vera Beatty, playing the Fantasie in C Sharp minor by Chopin and a Nocturne by Liszt. Mrs. Ellen Arnold was a guest of the morning. Teachers present, in addition to those taking part on the program, were Orla S. Nangle, Caroljn Weisbord, Margaret W. Dow, Dorothy Allen, Edith Jankay, Helen Daun, Gordon Eastman, Rita Snyder, Geneva Mills, Vera Van Loan, Kathryn James and Mrs. Voellmy, who served a bnmch at the close of the meeting. Jaycee Wives Make Plans For Supper Party Plans for a potluck dinner with their husbands as guests were made at the Tuesday evening meeting of Redlands I Jaycee Wives in the commim- ity room at the Security First National Bank. ^ Details for the March 26 affair were outlined by Mrs. Russell A. Frank, ways and means chairman. Mrs. Leonard B. Lawrenz was hostess for the evening which was completed by card games and refreshments. Others present were Mraes. Byron C. Hueyi Lawrence W. Jones, Larry A. Lanterman, Richard A. Krause, Glenn H. Choate, George R. Roberts, K. Louis Perkins, John R. Bmckart, Robert D. Miller, Jack E. Sharpe, Don C. Gifford and H. Don Goodrich. fasMon 0—The bidding has been: Sontli West NortJi East 1V Pass 1 * 4N.T. Pass 5V 5 N.T. Pass 6 • Pass Pass Pass You, South, hold: 4k .4. Q 7 6 5 VA K g 7 5 4 ^2 4 .2 What do you do now? A—Just bid six spades. If yonr partner holds five spades to the kin; he shoald bid seven. 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