Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 16, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Monday, March 16, 1964
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PREPARE FOR SHOW — Sara Bugbee, Barbara Miller, Susan Capen and Karen Branden- faerger, from left, prepare "extras" for the Hi-Tri fashion show program fo be presented Wednesday evening at the YWCA. Both boys' and girls' spring styles will be modeled from levine's and The Harris Company. Annual Hi-Tri Fashion Show Set For Wednesday Wednesday evening at 7:30 ini the activilies building at the] YWCA, members of Ili-Tri will present their annual spring fashion show, featuring latest .<!tyies from Levine's and The Harris Company. Sara Bugbee. vice president and program chairman for tlie 1964 event, will also serve as mistress of ceremonies during the evening. Fashion show com­ mentators will be Cathy Hales and Dick Morris. .Modeling for the Harris Company will be Chris Lcathy, Joan .Marcum, Bobbi Miller, Lynn Park, Nancy Blumenberg, Kalh- rj-n Ncblclt, L >Tm Brown, Heather McCririe, Joy Schindler and Nancy Moore. Levine's models will be John Ferrall, Mike Baker, Gary Purvis, Bill Alongi, Kent Wilson, Danny Hawkins, Dennis Grainger. Hank Mercado and Don Hansberger. Prizes have been donated by many downtown merchants. On the prize committee are Bobbi Miller, Lynn Donnely and Ellen Sheeley. Hi-Tri members are selling tickets to the show and they will also be available at the door. Orchestra's Conductor, Soloists Composer Share Concert Honors Last evening's concert by the University - Community Sym phony Orchestra reached a new high in musical merit with prob ably its finest program to date. It made one realize, and appreciate deeply, the good for tune of this community in having such a wealth of talent to make such an evening possible. The U.K. school of music provided not only the brilliant young conductor, David Daniels, but also the two soloists and a contributing composer. Dr. Daniels, who has taken over the duties as musical director this year while founder- director Edward C. Tritt is with the U.R. in Salzburg program, has proved to be a thoroughly capable and dynamic maestro. It was most interesting last evening fo note the evolvemenl of deeper colorings, purity of tone and live tempos produced by the orchestra under his baton. Schubert's Overture to "Rosa- amunde" was gracefully performed, setting the precedent for quality that was continued throughout the entire program. First soloist to appear was James R. Jorgenson, director of the U.R. Concert Band which leaves this week for iu annual tour. As tromlwne soloist, Mr. Jorgenson was heard in the playing of ITic appealing little "Concertino for Trombone and Strings" by Waj-ne R. Bohmstedt, also a member of the university's music faculty. The recent Symphony for Voiitii concert audience heard Mr. Jorgenson play the scintillating third movement of this work which had. its premiere here four years ago. The complex but beautifully organized rhythms and the infectious melodies shared by soloist and orchestra make this music a joy to hear. Mr. Jorgenson's playing was impeccable and he shared the applause with Dr. Daniels, the orchestra personnel and the composer who was in the audience. Pianist John Robertson, who earlier this season distinguished himself in an impressive faculty recital, was just as impressive last evening as he joined the orchestra for the plajing of the Ravel Piano Concerto in G. JIajor. The result was a wonderful collaboration with shimmering subtleties of tone. Mr. Robertson's serene, contemplative opening of the second movement melted into a filigree of embroidered background surrounding the lovely, liquid melody of Chester Floyd's English horn. The brief Presto was a sparkling and beguiling moment of magic. The program concluded with Schumann's Fourth Symphony where there was a further searching into the tonal structure with orchestral colorings gaining warmth and depth, particularly In to two middle sections marked "Romanzc" and "Scherzo", the latfer's rhythmic punctuations proportioned with ensemble preciseness. Whether it was the Orange Show competition or just plain Sunday evening languor, the audience was pitifully small for such a grand occasion as the concert turned out to be. One more concert remains for the season, this to be presented May 13. YUCAIPA CHOIR TO SING AT WOMAN'S CLUB The 55-member Yucaipa High School Concert Choir, under direction of Don Kelly, will entertain Yucaipa Woman's club members and guests at their meeting tomorrow at 2 p.m The choir has been invited to present a program at Disneyland March 25. It is this program tlicy will give tomorrow. MARTHAS GUESTS OF MRS. BATTAIN Mrs. Josephine Battain recently entertained members of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart household. Order of Martha, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Creatura, 8U Serpentine drive. Linens were distributed to be made for the extension society. The mystery prize was won by Rita Ott. The ne.xt meeting will be at the home of Mrs. J. Calderone on April 16. Q—The bidding hsf been: South Wrst Xorlh Kasf 1 ¥ Pafs : • Pass You. South, held: • AQ765 VAKS:34 A2 •iVTiat do you co? A —Jnst bid two fp»6ts. This hind nay be one of those frithifnl misfits. TODArS QCESnOX Your partner continues to three dubs. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow CDA Court Greets New Members At Tea The annual tea for new mem bers of Court Our Lady of Lourdes, Catholic Daughters of America, was held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. C. Panelli, 30830 East Sunset drive South. Guests were greeted by Mrs Everett T. Delaney and Sfiss Nancy Gilley. About 45 members were present during the afternoon. Lavender and purple stock were arranged for the tea table centerpiece. Mrs. John K. Cenk- ker and Mrs. Rocco Posco poured. The refreshment committee was headed by Mrs. Vincent Morgan. Group snapshots were taken by Mrs. Henry L. Krouse, grand regent, for the court's scrap book. An added feature of the afternoon was the display of paint ings of Sacred Heart church. Participating artists were Ann Blesener, Rosemary Hite, Doris Cook, Winny Knight and Bca trice LowTey. pcietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Disfricf Clubwomen Combine Board Meeting, Flower Show, Luncheon San Bernardino District Fed eration of Women's club had its executive board meeting and annual flower show recently in the Yucaipa Woman's club house, following a morning session in the sanctuary of the Methodist church. Rev. Clell Gray gave the in vocation following the call to order by Mrs. Charles E. Armstrong, district president; Mrs. Gardner Parker, president of the hostess club, extended her greetings. Elected to the election board for the convention at Newport Beach April 8-9 were Mmes. NeU Dales, C. W. Henry, Luther Stiles, Helen Lucking, Ralph Almquist, Rosemary Lee and Lewis Mathews. A resolution was proposed to extend the right of Chaplains in the armed services the right to teach religion to members of the armed forces and for clubwomen to take action with letters to Congressmen against the removal of Chaplains. Following Mrs. R. Almquist's report on paid TV, to begin in July, a motion was made to continue the stand that TV be free in the homes and oppose the permit of development of paid TV and to present the is­ sue as an initiative measure on the November ballot. Mrs. M. A. Nieswender was decorations chairman for the luncheon tables and main hall in the clubhouse, choosing white and green in keeping with the St. Patrick's Day motif. Mrs. Elsie Beaumont headed the luncheon preparation cora- mittee and Mrs. Clara Hymes and her committee served. Flower show exhibits were in the tea room where Mrs. Harold Rich and Mrs. J. C. Cruise were judges. Winning prizes were Mrs. J. V. Durbin of Yucaipa won a first prize for her living room arrangement and Mrs. John Hatfield of the Redlands Contemporary club won a first for her figurines. First prizes for miniatures went to Redlands and Ontario clubs. Montclair won a first in dish garden; and Upland Woman's club took first on camellias, African Violets, ferns, succulents, cacti and orchids. Upland was the grand prize wiimer. Mrs. M. E. Terkelston introduced Mrs. W. H. Harness, state vice president at large, who spoke on leadership. Attending the meeting were three state officers, seven district officers, 13 district chairmen; 12 club presidents, 98| members and three guests. UR Band To Preview Tour Concert At UR The University of Redlands Concert Band win kick off its tour of Northern and Central California" with a performance tomorrow in Memorial Chapel at 10 a.m. The 51-piece band, tmder the direction of James Jorgenson, will give an hour long preview of numbers they will play on the tour. The concert is open to the public without charge. Highlighting the performance will be soloist Joan Nelson who will sing "Un Bel Di" by Puccini. The band's fifth annual tour will feature selections by Robert Russell Bennitt, UR senior Ira Hawkins, and Robert W. Jones of the University of Southern California. Over the past five years the UR Concert Band has gained a reputation for being one of the best bands in the West. WOMEN ACCOUNTANTS DINNER MEETING California Citrus Belt Chapter of the American Society of Women Accountants will meet tomorrow at 7 p.m. at the Hickory Barbecue in Corona. Ernest 0. Rolle of Santa Barbara, Metropolitan Insurance consultant, will speak on estate planning — value assurance in the business and family operations and its impact on the career or profes- sionpl woman. Members of A.S.W.A. and their guests, as well as all women interested, are invited to attend the meeting. Roth Quartet Plays Tonight On UR Series Continuing the Chamber Mu sic series at the University of Redlands, sponsored by the UR school of music in cooperation with the Redlands Spinet, the distinguished Roth String Quartet will present a program this evening starting at 8:15 in Watchom hall. The quartet is composed of Feri Roth and Thomas Marrocco, violinists; Irving Weinstein, viola, and Cesare Pascarella, violincello. Tonight's program will include the Ravel Quartet in F Major, the Brahms Quartet in A minor and the Beethoven Quartet in B Flat Major, op. 18, no. 6. Individual fickets to this concert will be on sale at the box office. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything CaU 793-3221 Redlands Daily Fatts MOIL, March 16, 1964 - 3 AARP CHAPTER DINNER WEDNESDAY Redlands American Associa- Hon of Retired Persons chapter ™ will have a diimer and recreation evening Wednesday starting at 6:30 in the board room of Redlands public schools. Meml>ers are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. Entertainment will center around the theme, "Queen For a Night." .Announcement of the chapter's open house plans will be made later in the week. NUTRITION SOCIETY MEETING WEDNESDAY The Yucaipa Chapter of the American Nutrition Society will meet in the auditorium of the Yucaipa elementary school, Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Waldo Burroughs, a past president of the Redlands Health Club, will be guest speaker on a variety of subjects, amons them, "The Honey Bee, the Master Chemist," proteins and des- sicated liver. Some of this material will be on tape. "Why Do Women Whisper the Name of a Product When They Ask Their Cosmetician? 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