TENOR TO BOOST BENEFIT - Joining ihe guests for "A Niglit in Vienna" at Azure Hills Country club April 17 will be the prominent tenor of the Metropolitan Opera Company, Brian Sullivan, who will also take part in evening's entertainment. The offoir, to benefit Redlands Bowl, will include . dinner ond doncing in an elegant atmosphere reflective of the colorful Strauss era. Opera Star, Austrian Consul Genera To Be Guests At "Night In Vienna" The appearance of Brian Sul livan. Metropolitan Oopera Com pany tenor, and Jane McGowan dramatic soprano, will h i g light what promises to be the season's most festive evening of entertainment during "A Night in Vienna" at Azure Hills Coun try club on April 17 as a bene fit for Redlands Bowl. Mrs. William C. Miller, gen eral chairman, announced this and other details of the evening at a recent meeting at the home of Mr. and Bfrs. Lloyd Hulbert Mrs. M. N. Estridge is working with Mrs. Miller as co-c hair man. The Austrian Consul General Dr. Friderich E. Waller an Mrs. Waller will be special guests at the gala benefit and will lead the Grand March James K. Guthrie of San Ber nardino. for many years musi cal director at Redlands Bowl will serve as master of cere monies. Dinner and dancing will make the evening complete and as an added festive note, strolling mu sicians will entertain during the pre-dinncr hour. Viennese waltz cs, in keeping with the theme of (he affair, will be featured in lb dance music schedule. A weekend at the Stardust Ho tcl in Las Vegas and two lux ury gourmet food baskets arc major gifts to be presented dur ing the evening. The baskets are being provided by Associates of| the Redlands Boui who will also assist in various capacities be fore and during the party. Mrs. D. Clark De Roo, chair man, and her decorating com mittee will set the scene for Night in Vienna" with a red white and gold atmosphere. On her committee are Mmes. J. D. Applewhite, George E. Bailey, Edward B. Darrah, Nick Kara- iialios, Volney C, ICincaid. James F. Keefe, Ernest N. Larsen, Winslow S. Lincoln Jr. and R.N. Moersch. Mrs. Lloyd Hulbert and Mrs. Charles W. Harrison Jr., ticket 0—The bidding has been: Srath West North East 1V Pass 2 • Pa-s 2 4> P3SS 4V Pass 4N .T. Pass 5¥ Pass 5N.T. Pass 6V Pass Yoo. South, hold: 4iAQ7C5 VAKS754 42 What cJo ym do? A—P»ss. Tour partner holds tW9 a «es and tvm kings, but if he ahm held really cood heart gupptwt he would have made a stronger bid than Iota hearts at his second tnra. TODArS QUESTION tern hold the same hand. Your light hand opponent opens one diamond. What do you do? Answer Monday co-chairmen, announced that tickets are available at Security First National Bank, Bank of America, The Harris C o m- pany, Gair's. and at the Azure Hills club as well as from committee members Mmes. C. Carl Bank, R. R. Banks, K. T. Boughner, Jack Cooper, Robert F. Hurt, Kenneth li. Jacobs, Everett A. Hayes, D. J. RotJi- enberger and Richard H. Smith. Tables will be set up to accommodate groups of 10, 12 and 16; however, there will also be seating arranged for couples or groups of four or six. The committee assures guests that every possible effort will be made to make this a memorable evening. A final meeting of the com mittee is scheduled for March 30 at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Miller when the dinner menu will be announced. Assisting with arrangements at ihc last meeting were John Pike, members of the Commu nity Music Association board and past chairman of the board D, Clark Dc Roo, membership chairman; Mrs. Carrol M Crane, publicity chairman for the benefit, and Mrs. Raymond .•\. Bceler, president of As sociates of the Redlands Bowl Inc. UR Facuify Wives Program On Shakespeare "William Shakespeare, Photo rapber" was the title of the pro gram presented by Fritz S. Bromberger for the Faculty Wives club of the University of Redlands this week at the home of Mrs. Donald J. Stewart, 553 West Highland avenue. Mr. Bromberger, professor of English at the University, was introduced by Mrs. Ward S. MU ler. He delighted the group with his readings of lines from plays and sonnets in the book, "The Living Shakespeare," by Oscar J. Campbell. He spoke of Shakespeare as a photographer who conveyed all interest and imagination to his audiences through what he has to say by pictures. He discussed the impressions made upon one or more senses visualized through a set of| images such as color, intensity with which one feels and the dramatizing of sound with words. Mrs. James R. Jorgenson, president, announced that the last meeting of the club will be the annual luncheon April 22 at the home of Mrs. Paul L. Taylor, 201 Westwood lane. Presiding at the tea table were Mrs. George H. Armacost and Mrs. James R. Jorgenson. Serving on the refreshment committee were Mmes. John Golz, Marc Jack Smith, Clarence Downing, Robert C. Goodridge, James B. Ifft, J. Leland Hol- Icnberg. George A. Graham and Ellis R. Davies, chairman. ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE RE .\Y Society Editor Beia Sigma Phi Council Donates Over $4,000 To Cystic Fibrosis Fund Twenty Redlands women, representing four Beta Sigma Phi chapters, attended the most recent Mission California Council breakfast at Azure Hills Country Club at which more than $4, 000 was donated by the area council to the Cystic Fibrosis research fund. Hostesses for the "Shamrock Shindig" were the member chapters of the Riverside City Council. Decorations, favors, and gifts carried out the St. Patrick's Day theme. More than 430 sorority members and guests from sputhwestem California attended. Members of three chapters in Needles were honored for having traveled the greatest distance. All chapters present made their individual contributions to the Cystic Fibrosis fund, and Jockey Cap Capping the millinery picture for spring are the jockey cap (so right with the Chelsea look) the off the face Breton (so right so often), and the beret (that's just meant for the military look). the Riverside City Council presented a check for $1,000, t h e proceeds from their Play House project. High on the order of busmess was the election of Council Officers for 1964-65. Installation will take place at the May breakfast in San Diego. Following the business meeting, several selections were sung by the Madrigal Singers of Ramona High school. Riverside. Peppers Art Gallery Hours During spring vacation at the University of Redlands, the gal lery at the Peppers Art Center will be open tomorrow and Wed nesday, Thursday and Saturday of next week only, from 2 to 5 p.m. Current exhibits include nine paintings and 42 graphic works by members of the Barbizon school. The gallery will resume regular hours on March 31. Finland Subject Of Talk To AAUW Group World Problem study section of AAUW met this week \vitb Mrs. Robert H. Lynn, 122 The I Terrace, with Mrs. Ann Ford Farran as assistant hostess. Dr. Ward J. Miller spoke of his e .Yperiences in Finland and of his deep concern for the Finnish people. He contrasted the small country with her neigh bor. Russia, and mentioned the great joy and appreciation of freedom after only five days in Russia. Mrs. Ethel Cowe war appoint ed chairman of the project Books for Understanding". The Women's Teachers Training college at Benghazi - Libya, has been assigned to the Red lands branch as recipient of books to be chosen and sent immediately. Mrs. Farran and Miss Mary Pew will assist Mrs. Cowe in this project. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Eugene Roeh ling with Mrs. Russell Rogers assisting. Miss Eursula Asheuer, member of the U.R. faculty, will show slides and speak of her na five Germany. Present this week were JImes. Charles M. Gruber, Ward S. MU- ler, Robert B. Moore, Roehling, Anna E. Shirrells, Rogers, Mary P. Sabers, Alice Van Boven, Cowe. Blanche Reese. Francis Canter, Farran; and the Misses Nadine Cragg, Edith M. Beah, Mary E. Pew, Jessie and Helen Vawlcr and Clara Belle Ledahl. Redlands Daily Facts Saturday, Mar. 21,1964-3 PTA Sponsors First Book Fair At Franklin "To Read is to Know" was the topic of Franklin P.T.A.'s unit meeting thix week in conjunction with the first Book Fair at the school. Mrs. Lucy Stark, author of the book, "Skippy, a True Story of a Deer", spoke to the parents about her book and SI i s s Frances Redman, children's li brarian at Smiley library, provided a display of books. The Harris Company book store had books for sale during the daylong Fair. The nominating committee gave its report and elected for the 1964-65 term were Mrs. Harvey J. Van Sickle, president; Mrs. Gayle E. Viirz, vice president; Mrs. John C. Pitts, recording secretary; Mrs. W i 11 a r d Winchester, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Claude F. Brandon Jr., treasurer. Hostesses for the meettn were third and fourth grade, room mothers. CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS PLAN BREAKFAST At their business meeting this week. Catholic Daughters of America, Court Holy Spirit, made plans for a ham and scrambled eggs breakfast scheduled for April 12 in the social Assisfeens Have Special Session Following their March meet- mg this week at the home of Joan Marcum, 1525 Crown street, members of the Assis- teens went to the University of Redlands girls' gymnasium where Mrs. Betty Sherman gave a demonstration on posture and body exercises. Business of the meeting included a report by the hours chairman, Joan Marcum, and formation of a nominating committee. The next meeting will be at the home of Cyndy Stockton. Gold Star Mothers Meet For Luncheon Gold Star Mothers and guests met for a potluck luncheon and social meeting at the Banning home of Iris Dishman this week. Guests were Mary Bailiff and Mary Mack, both of Banning, and Edna Reynolds of Yucaipa. Mrs. Dishman was assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Betty Davis, and by Sadie Ahem, also of • Banning. There were 19 members present from Redlands, Yucaipa, Beaumont, Banning, Riverside and the Gold Star Mothers home in Long Beach. church in Yucaipa, following hall of St. Frances X. Cabrinii each of the Sunday Masses. Results Of Duplicate Play There were 10 tables in play for the duplicate bridge session Wednesday evening at the YM CA. NorlhSoulh winners were Mrs. Ed Patterson and Mrs. Geraldine Wright, first; M r s. C. T. Tower and Mickey Bevis, second; Mrs. Frank Mills and Mrs. Peter Prcda. third; Mrs. Percy Domfeld and Mrs. Harold Hope, fourth. East-West winners were Mrs. Sig Kriegsman and George Jen sen, first; Mrs. Charles Gray and Mrs. Gene Wall, second; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stetson, third; Mr. and Mrs. T. McCabe fourth. Six tables played in the junior session Thursday morning with Mrs. Geneva Reitcr and M r s. Tower placing first and Mrs. Bland Haydon and Mrs. Margaret Erickson, second, in the north-south position. Mrs. Nita Powers and Urs. Erling Thormod were first, east-west, with Mrs. Charles Siegel and Mrs. James Harker. second. Fiesta Air A South of the Border look appears noteworthy for spring and particularly for summer, in dresses with a fiesta air. They're practical and pretty for patio entertaining, or for wear to any gala, yet casual, affair. Mrs. John Dunn Chosen Sorority Chapter Leader Mrs. John Dunn was elected president for 1964-54 when Xi Theta Beia chapter members of Beta Sigma Phi met this week at the home of Mrs. Barney L. Gentry, 31S20 Highview drive. Mrs. Albert E. Drusedum was co-hostess. Elected with Mrs. Dunn were Mrs. William S. Simpson, vice president; Mrs. William N. Barlow, secretary; Mrs. Richard Truesdell, treasurer; Jlrs. Rich ard G. Kidd, civil defense chairman; Mrs. Terry V. Hig don, city Council representative and Mrs. Gary W. Barnes, alter nate representative. Mrs. Richard 0. Dixon was elected Mission California Council historian at the recent MCC breakfast at Azure Hills Country club. The program on "Comparative Education" was given by .Airs. Richard G. Kidd who compared education in the United States tc the program followed in European schools, noting that more emphasis is placed on Ian guagcs in the European schools than in this country. Members present were Jfmes. Joe E. Marino, Gordon Mathena. L. E. Nelson, Gentry, Kidd. Di.\on, Higdon, Simpson, Druse dum and Dunn. Mrs. Jack Bruckart was a guest. MAK €fF ^IErjDS Alternate seating when men and women dine together. It's more fun. 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