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March 13, 1964

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2 - Friday, Mar. 13, 1964 Redlands Daily Pacts ceietif lUSS JOSEPHINE REAY Soddy Editor Orchestra's Mid-Year Concert To Feature U.R. Soloists, Composer With Dr. David Daniels con- ductiog, the University - Com- mxmity Symphony of Redlands will present iU mid-year concert in Memorial Chapel Sunday at 8:15 p.m. The concert will feature as soloists Pianist John T. Robertson and James R. Jorgenson, trombone, UR faculty members. Of special interest will be the performance of an original work written by Dr. Wayne R. Bohm- Etedt. The selection. Concertino for Trombone and Strings, was given its first West Coast performance several years ago dur. ing a concert premiere of new U.S. music. Dr. Bohmstedt is professor of music at the University of Redlands and founder director of the annual Symposium of American Music. Schubert's Overture to "Rosamunde," and Robert Schu mana's. Symphony No. 4 in D minor. Op. 320 are also program med. Mr. Robertson, who has established an enviable reputation for his sensitive interpretations of French music, will join the orchestra in the playing of Ravel's Concerto for Piano and Orchestra. Sir. Jorgenson, director of the UR concert Band and president of the Western Division, National College Band Directors Association, will be soloist in the Bohmstedt work. Only two events remain on the University-Community's spring schedule, reports Dr. Daniels. Following the JIarch 15th concert, it will begin rehearsal of new works for the Symposium of American Music for Saturday, April 4. Final concert of the season will be presented Wednesday, May 13. Mrs. Krikes Joins Navy Mothers Club Mrs. Peter Krikes was given the obligation of membership into Redlands Navy Mothers club [by Mrs. Ellis Ward at the group's meetmg this week in the American Legion clubhouse. The hospital chairman, Mrs. Agnes Mathena, reported the pads had been sent to the Veterans hospital in Fresno. Elected to the nominating committee were Mrs. Francis Iwilshire, chairman; Mrs. Tom Shannon and Mrs. Ward. Election will be in April and installation in May. I Mrs. Carl Brown was social [hour hostess. Others attending were Mmes. Mae Monniere, Margaret Ewbank, Harry Ewbank, Norman Ewbank, Mason Bailey, Krikes, Wilshire, Sue Newman, George Foster, D o nj I Trowbridge, Ralph Prms, Shan|non, Clem Peters, Abbie Paris, Mathena, Edna Peters and I Ward. QUESTIONS NEW YORK (UPI) - Gems of inquiry received from young readers by editors of the Book of Knowledge: 'I half to make a 30 minute speach on girls. I don't know 30 minutes worth ol girls talk. Would you please help me? —"I WTJuld like to know how to build a 60-foot sailboat out of concrete." —"Do eats have feelings?" Mentone GOP Women Invite Public To Party Final plans for their benefit party were made when executive board members of Mentone Republican Women's club met this week at the home of Mrs. D. EUis Crane, 431 South Buena vista street. The party is scheduled for tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in Mentone Woman's clubhouse. Mrs. John Lagerquist is chairman with Mrs. Frank Parrott as co-chair man, assisted by Mmes. Fred Niemann, Earl Sams and Julius Friderich, club president. Mrs. Crane is decorations chairman. There will be prizes, cards, and other games and music for listening or dancing. Some Republican candidates will be present to answer questions on political issues and to talk informally. Refreshments will be served throughout the evening. The public is invited. Reservations and arrangements may be made with Mrs. Lagerquist, telephone 794-1901; Mrs. Parrott, 794-1940, or Mrs. Crane, 793-12 55. The board voted to pay part of Mrs. Crane's e.\-penses to the 12th annual Republican Women's Conference in Washington, D.C., April 6-11. She will represent the Mentone group and is the only delegate from San Bernardino County. Mrs. Patricia R. Hitt, Republican National Com mittee member for California, will lead a delegation of 100 Cal ifomia women to the conference. JImes. Friderich, Lagerquist. Crane and J. W. Schoenenberger will represent Mentone at the San Bernardino County Fed eration of Republican Women's luncheon at the Royal Tahitian in Chino tomorrow when George Murphy, candidate for U. S. Sen ator from CaUfomia, will be the speaker. The Florida Everglades snakebird fanhinga) swims with its body submerged and its long neck up like a periscope. Q M EGA CHOOSE your Omega watch from our large- collection of men's and ladies* models, $65 to SlOOO.Holderof highest accuracy awards. REDLANDS COMPOSER Dr. Waine R. Bohmstedt, composer and member of the University of Redlands school of music faculty, will have his Concertino for Trombone and Strings performed Sunday by the University - Community Symphony Orchestra in the U.R. Memorial chapel during the mid-year concert starting at 8:15 p.m. The public is invited without admission charge. Greenspot Club Women Convene Mrs. Carl Brown of Redlands gave a demonstration of liquid [embroidery during the March meeting of Greenspot Woman's club this week in the Scout House in Greenspot Needed repairs for the Scout House were noted and plans were made for a rummage sale in April. Guests of the day were Mrs. Bertha Sharp of East Provid- ,ence, R.I.; Mrs. Kenneth Head[ley of Broken Bow, Neb.; Mrs. Bart Pryor of Richmond, Calif.; Mrs. R. E. Sams, Mrs. David I Roberts and ^Irs. L. Loney, all of Mentone. Hostesses were Mmes. Sidney McCollum, Merle Bartholomew, John Dayton and Theodore Phyc. Others present were Mmes. Addie Ballowe, Art Bell, jBmee BushncU, Walter Oark, A. E. Cosby. Charies Haas, Otto KruU, Frances Mannen, Robert Munyer, R. W. Plum- imer, H. B. Robinson, Carl Shedd, H. C. Smith, L. 0. Sora mers and J. H. Widlund. Report Of Bridge Events Wednesday evening's monthly Master Point game for duplicate bridge players at the YMCA had 11 tables participating. Winners North-South were Mrs. Harold Hope and Mrs. Percy Domfeld, first; Mr. and Mrs. Cordon Donald Jr., second; Mrs. Irene ISatt and Mrs. Lavonne Morrison, third; Mrs. Frank Mills and Mrs. Chris Barnes, fourth. East-West winners were Mrs. Gene Wall and Mrs. C. T. Tower, first; Mrs. Lois Gill and Mrs. James Henry, second; I Mrs. Geneva Reiter and Mrs. Mary Waterbury, third; Mrs. E. Cook and Mrs. Donald Evans, (fourth. Results of Thursday morning'^ Master Point played by the ju- inior group, five tables using the [Howell movement, were: Mrs. Erline Thormod and Mrs. Wilham Rose, first; Mrs. Lois Gill and Mrs. Henry Clark, second; Mrs. Charles Siegel and Mrs. James Harker, third; Mrs. George Cloud and Mrs. Henry JKocsis, fourth. TOP ART PRIZE - Miss Noel Quinn of Mentone poses with her "Sur Country" oil pomtmg which captured the $500 purchase award in the National Orange Show's All-Califomia Art Exhibit Miss Quinn, a physical education instructor at Redlands Senior High school, i$ taking graduate work in art at the University of Redlonds. (Daily Fads photo by C. J. Kenison) Trinity Couples Group Meets For Supper Program Members of the Sir. and Mrs. Group of Trinity Episcopal Church enjoyed a stimulating evening recently in the Great Hall. White light on the Chinese magnolia at the entrance set the mood of enchantment. The decor, highlighted by candlelight reflected in foil hearts, added savor to the variety of foods spread on the festive tables. The meeting concluded with 'food for thought" presented by James McCormick, Superintendent of the Sunday School. His subject dealt with the problem of increasing concern to thoughtful parents and the legal profession — that of literary censorship. While Mr. McCormick recently moved his family to Redlands from Claremont, he has long been in and around the area, having been granted.both his Bachelor and Master Degree by the University of Redlands and for seven [years has been professor of English literature at San Bcr nardino Valley College. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Get rid of a phone pest with an abmpt goodby, ond hang up. FORESTERS SPAGHETTI DINNER MONDAY Court San Gorgonio Foresters will have thefr March family social and spaghetti dinner Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the Grange hall. Second street, Yucaipa. Spaghetti, rolls and beverages will be provided. Those attend ing are asked to bring a favorite vegetable or fmit salad and table service. Lenten Program Presented For Church Women "The Cross and the Resurec- tion" was the theme of the program presented by Mrs. K. E. Petersen at the March meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the First I Methodist Church this week. Mrs. WiUiam B. Clark read appropriate selections, and Mrs. Petersen sang songs relating to the Easter season, accompanied by Mrs. Hugh A. Marti. Mrs. F. J. Morgan reported on a visit to the David and Margaret Home which has recently become an accredited member of the Child Welfare League of America. Mrs. William R. Detrick reported on the success of the Spring Festival, which raised a total of $1,685.68. Mrs. Lulu Kuhns will teach a class on "Three Spuitual Clas- |sics" on three Fridays, March 13th, 20th, and 27th, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the church lounge. A Rummage Sale will I be held by the Society on April 24 and 25, the place to be announced later. Mrs. F. E. Bishop closed the meeting with prayer. Luncheon was served by Circle 4, led by Mrs. Harry Layer. TREASURE HOUSE Your imused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY (FOR LOCAL WOMAN) We are looking for a mature woman — a local resident — with thorough knowledge ond background in th» Beauty Salon business. Must be qualified to manage a large Salon — in Redlands — with the latest, most complete equipment known to the business. If you qualify your earning potential is practically unlimited. NO INVESTMENT REQUIRED. This is truly an excellent opportunity for the right party. If interested write to Redlands Daily Facts, Box 34. Corocraft's Brimming Basket Pins *2* to *3* Earrings to Match $2* to $3* * Plus 10% Fed. Ex. Tax Pick.a posy or a basket of posies from our garden of spring lovelies. Dainty accents for your Easter and Spring ward­ robe. In vibrant enamels. 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