Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 24, 1964 · Page 2
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 2

Redlands, California
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Tuesday, March 24, 1964
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2 - Tues., March 24, 1964 Redfoncfs Daily Faefs MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor "DR. FAUSTUS" - Wolfe Morris, distinguished English actor, ploys the title role in the Morlow classic now on stage at the Clarement College's new Garrison theatre. Remaining performances will be tomorrow through Saturday nights. Claremonf Colleges "Dr. Fausfus" Provides infriguing Dramatic Fare A production of more tiian usual interest which is attracting the attention of Redlanders among many soutlilanders is now playing at Claremont College's new Garrison Theatre. The Elizabethan classic, Christopher Marlowe's "Dr. Faustus," opened last Thursday evening and will continue tomorrow through Saturday nights at 8:30. For the title role, director J. Michael Miller imported from London the distingiushcd star of | the English classical theatre, Wolfe Morris of the "Old Vic," who heads an otherwise all-col lege cast. The director employs unusual techniques in staging this play. He has filmed in color the sequences dealing with "the spec­ tres from the other world" rather than having them appear in the flesh. The film is shown on a scrim at stage center, sjTjchronizcd with simultaneous action on the actors on stage. Another innovation is t h "unwritten musical score," the work of Karl Kohn and com Rebekahs Honor District Deputy District 73 Deputy Emma Smith of Yucaipa made her official visit to Sapphire Rebekah Lodge recently and was escort ed. introduced and welcomed. Other guests introduced were Ruby Farr, district deputy president of San Bernardino Maurice Farr of San Bemardi no, deputy grand master, and Elsie York of Yucaipa, deputy matriarch. Lulu Bunker was elected and installed as recording secre tary. Elected as delegates to the Rebekah Assembly in Sacra mento were Alma Swenson, Evelyn Jcnnison and Margaret Rhoades. Winning prizes for their en tries in the entertaining "Easter Hat" parade were Lucybelle Gray and Dorothy Neumann. Mildred Hammer. Mrs. Meu nann, Mrs. Gray and Jennie Allison were on the refreshment committee for the evening. The benefit card party spon sored by the good fellowship chairman,. Mrs. Rhoades, was reported to have been well attended. Fannie Rowe and Mary Cleveland were the prize win ners. Mentone Golden Agers Meeting Bridge, pinochle and "South of the Border" were the most popular games played at last week's meeting of the Mentone Golden Age club in Mentone Woman's clubhouse. Mrs. E. K. Gunderson of Ven ce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stanley, was a guest of the afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs. lone Johnstone and Mrs. John JlcCormacfc. Birthdays will be celebrated at this week's meeting, Thursday at 1 p.m. in the woman's clubhouse. All persons 50 years of age and older are welcome. ERNIE TROUT TO CALL rOR DANCE "The Mavericks" square dance club invites its members and all square dancers to join them from 8 to 11 tonight at the YWCA for a dance for whirh Ernie Trout \vill be the caller. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads posed directly on electromagnetic tape. Mr. Kohn employed two tape recorders, a process that permitted building up sound in layers. He has made use of the piano, harpsichord, organ and harmonium with special effects by horn, trumpet, harp and the soprano voice. "The music ranges from warm lushness to violence, from the mystic to the earthy, from soothing to terrifjing," writes Joseph H. Firman in his review that appeared in the Pomona Progress-Bulletin the day after opening night Mr. Firman refers to this as an "intriguing drama project' and as a "truly exciting presentation . . . another successful experiment to the community of the college theatre." Of the guest star, he writes "Morris brilliantly reflects tlic many varied facets of the doomed sorcerer. It is a pleasure to watch him work." Ticket reservations are available by calling NAtional 6-4523. 26 Confirmed In Lutheran Church Service Twenty-six young people were received into the church by confirmation during special Palm Sunday services at the First Evangelical Lutheran church. The pastor. Rev. John D. Foerster, conducted the ceremony and presented to each confirmand a prayer book on behalf of the congregatioD. Sunday evening, they were guests at a reeeption in their honor at the church for which the Lutheran Leagues of the church were hosts. Confirmands were Guy H. Alexander H, Mels E. Berdahl. Richard L. Bohmstedt, George F. Bond HI, Henry H. Benin, Susan Ann Cassel, Sandra S. Cornelius, Martha A. Eisenberg. Sfarlce J. Gibbon, Karen I. Gruver, Sharon M. Gruver. Cathie Hinkley, Mary M. Hoefs. Peggy I. James, Lynn S. Kav-, en, Linda L. Lardy, Craig A. Latawiec, Cathryn L. Mueller, Craig S. Pengra, Richard L. Rucker, Ama J. Salvesen, Connie M. Schantz, David K. Sutter, Dean J. Tharaldson and Douglas O. Wells. Another member of (he class, Robin L. Reedy, daughter of Maj. and Mrs. Walton Reedy, was confirmed by the Lutheran chaplain in Rome, Italy, where Alajor Reedy is now staUoned at the American Embassy. DOWNTOWN REDUNPS Masonic High Twelve Set Luncheon Dates The second luncheon meeting of the newly organized Masonic High Twelve club was held Friday noon at the Halfway House, Calimesa. Fifteen members are required to qualify for membership and the charter may remain open to include the first 25 members. A number of subjects were discussed, among them assisting youth in continuing their education, also laying stress on furthering the education of DcMolay members. Members present were K. B Anspach, Myron Bates, Wendell Patten, Johannes Krause, Lou Wilson, W. W. West. H. H. Berg, George Pearson, Julien Davis, Roscoe Lautzenhiser, R. W. Ware and Frank Drew. The next meeting will be held at the Halfway House at Ave. L and Freeway, noon Friday. R. E. Lautzenhiser, who served 3'A years in Santa Tomas Prison in the Philippines, will be speaker of the day. All Masons in the Yucaipa Valley are welcome. We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT. So your young daughter, in her cariy teens, thinks you have old-fashioned notions because you insist on meeting her dates, want to know where she will be and insist that parents will be at home to act as chaperones, before you let her spend an evening at another teen - ager's house. Don't give it a second thought. Hold to your "old-fashioned" rules. By the time your daughter goes to college, chances are she will be just as "old-fashioned" as you are in her jud- ment of how much a teen - age girl should be protected. RecenUy, 116 girls, all college 1 freshmen, were asked their attitudes on dating questions — and their answers were surprisingly conservative. More than 80 per cent disagreed with the following statements: Persons between 16 and 18 do not need to inform their parents where they will be while dating. Even when a girl is bc-i low 18 it us unnecessary for her parents to meet her boy friend before she first goes out with him. It is all right for a boy to invite a girl to his home when no one is there — and vice versa. The majority of freshmen girls even vetoed the idea that it was ail right for boys and girls of 14 to go steady. So no matter what they say, young teen-agers DO need — and probably even secreUy want — parents to set some dating rules for them. And no matter how Uiey talk at 15, by 18 they'll be ready to admit that mama knew best when she enforced such rules, or that she made a big mistake when she didn't. Looking for Mickey Mouse balloon HOUSTON (UPI) — Myma Cocking, 22, was offering a $100 reward today for a bright yellow lilickey Mouse balloon, with accessories. 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