Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 17, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 3

Redlands, California
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Tuesday, March 17, 1964
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Redlands Daily Facts Tues., March 17. 1964 - 3 MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor LORNA CENtCEROS ENRICO Dl GIUSEPPE Lorna Ceniceros To Be Marriec Here In May A May wedding in her Redlands home is being planned by Lorna June Ceniceros whose engagement to Enrico di Giuseppe is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ceniceros, 321 Myrtle street. Lorna, talented young coloratura soprano, has been pursuing a singing career in New York City where she has also been studying. She is currently in South America on a concert tour. At the age of 16, the young singer was judged a winner in the Young Artists Contest sponsored by Redlands Community JIusic Association and was heard in concert at Redlands Bowl. She was a junior in high school at tliat time and went on to study at the University of Redlands and later tlie University of Nevada. Going to New York in 1955, Lorna was a recipient of a Hcrff Foundation scholarship in 1957 and again in 1959 to continue her musical studies in this country and in Europe. She spent one summer in Italy in concentrated work. She has since made successful appearances on the east coast and in May is scheduled to appear in Connecticut in a production of Mozart's opera, "Abduction From the Seraglio". Her fiance is a lyric tenor who has appeared in operatic roles in Milan, Italy, and in many of the principal cities of the United States. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest di . Giuseppe of Philadelphia. Pa. He attended JuilUard School of Music in New York City and the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. He has al^ spent three years in service with the U.S. Array. The tenor, who has an extensive operatic repertoire, will appear in May with the San Francisco Opera Company and he is currently on four under tlie auspices of the Metropolitan Opera Company. JOB'S DAUGHTERS ENTERTAIN GUESTS Job's Daughters of other Inland Empire bethels were guests of Redlands Bethel 104 at a recent meeting in Masonic temple. Escorted were Jackie Bilter, past honored queen; Redlands; Nancy Kendall, senior princess, Ferris; Mrs. Barbara Weaver, guardian and Eu gene Johnson, associate guard ian, Redlands. Pat Richmond received the prize of the evening and the librarian's report was entitled "Prayers". 0—^The bidding has been: South West Korth East IV Pass 2 4 Pass . 2 A Pass 3 Jl. Pass •Yon. South, hold: 4tAQ7fi5 VAK8754 42 43 What do you do? A—Bid tliree spades. Sfisfii •r iMt you 'want to show that TovluTe five spades and six hearts. TODAY'S QCESnON Tonr partner continues to three no-trump. What do you do DOW? AKswer Tomorrow Suddenly It's Spring ... and Easier (EASTER SUNDAY, MARCH 29th) In Full Bloom Of Spring Lacy and Lovely Shy Violet Match-Makers by Hollywood Vassarette A nosegay of underfashlons for those who shy away from the ordinary . . . fresher than white . . . spring- timed to quicken your spring spirits . .. tender, SHY VIOLET for a new fashion mood! LINGERIE - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' FOUNDATIONS - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' P mm All nylon bra with wide separating straps, push up pads. 3236 A-B-C $5.95 Match with a nylon/acetate/ Lycra® spandex elastielied parity girdle. S-M-L.' $8.95 All nylon loce bra with satin straps, circle stitched cups. 3236 A-B-C >3.95 Matching girdle of nylon/ace- tofe/Lyero® spandex, lace front. S-M-L $7.95 Slip — bodice and back yoke of nylon lace over nylon fricot chiffon. Ave. 32-40, short 32-36. $5.95 Matching peth'-ponfs, sizei 4 io 7 $3 Matching petti-slip — hem and side slosh of scalloped nylon lace. Set-on elastic wantband. Ave. S-M-l, short, S-M-l. — $4 S6N GREEN STvlMPS VSl H4RRIS' OPTION>IL CREDIT rUH • rmrwnmt—ttmtmmM* t*nl— Omw « MMHM I* P «r. OpM M e^iMMi CraM Ptaa NMTI tjm umuamo ».M44) S»«^'W » rjM. MM. M4 M •IVHflM (M. ev 4-MM) Mrf rrL—ei*v a ^pi i«'M •

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