Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 27, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Mar. 27, 1964 - 3 MISS JOSEPHINE RKXV Society EdJtor Missing Alumni Sought By RHS Class Of 1939 For 25fh Reunion June 20 is the date selected for their 25th year reunion by the Redlands High school Class of 1939, the affair scheduled for the Orange Blossom Room at the National Orange Show, San Bernardino. An attempt is being made to contact every member of t h e class. The current addresses of some are unknown to the reunion committee. Anyone knowing of the -whereabouts of any of the following is asked to contact either Mrs. Earle Abbott, 725 Roosevelt road, or Mrs. Robert Campbell, 221 West Mariposa drive: David Anderson, Jeanne Andre, Katy Andre, Jess Armitage, Ray Arnold, Bob Beard, Bill Beaver, Marjorie Brumagin, Edward H. Davis, Edward W. Davis, Marian Davis, Esther Dean, Paul Delgado. Josephine De Priest, Dorothy Duke, Ruby Duke. Ellia Foster. Esther Freeman. Harold Girton, Robert L. Glasgow, Nellie Gray, Ernest Green. Eileen Griffen, Bill Gunning. Jackie Hazeldine, Robert P. Herzer, Barbara Heston, E 11- wood Holbrook, Pauline Holdren, Mary Louise Howard, Evelyn Huntington. Robert L. Ingham, Betty Johnson, Maxine Johnson, Olcta Kel cy, Mary Evelyn Kelsey, Eloise Kissler, Margaret Laird, George Lewis, Mary Lewis, Rose Long, Rodman McClintock, Barbara McCullough, Kenneth C. Moore, Slilton Moore, Mary Ellen Mur^ ray. Mildred Ncclcy, Dan Nelson, Simona Padilla, Noel Phoenix, Pat Prior, Frances Rea Ragin, Shirley Rockhold, Joan Rose, Bob Roth, Robert Sanderson, Leonard Lee Smith, Barbara Stewart. Jack Stroud, Clyde jStroup. Ma.xine Swopc. Edith Taylor. Robert Trujillo. Ruth Viss, Fern Whcaton. Polly I Will, Bob Williams. Grace Wil :son and Charlotte Wright.- Retha Lloyd Elected Zonta Club President Retha Lloyd was elected president of Redlands Zonta club, during the March dinner meeting of the organization Wednesday evening at Phil's Charcoal Broiler. Ruth Posvic was elected vice president; Martha Mueller, corresponding secretary; Dorothy Beard, recording secretary; B i n g Emmerson, treasurer. They will be installed April 22. Wanda Hale, membership chairman, was assisted by Peggy Pugh in instalUng May Gray, a new member. Notes of thanks were read from students at Patton hospital for the many things done for them by the Redlands Zontians. The Easter party for the students was an event of March 21. Assisting at this time were Madge Dolezcl, Gerry Blackbum, Betty Myers and Peggy Pugh. The club's annual rummage sale is scheduled for April 10 and 11 at the comer of State and Foui-th streets. About People Mrt. Mark J. Andrews of Buffalo, N.Y., has arrived for a six-week visit with her son and his wife, Rev. and Mrs. Mark L, Andrews, 921 West Cypress avenue. Mr. Andrews is pastor of the First Presbyterian church and this is his mother's first visit to Redlands. Adventist Services REDLANDS SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST 520 Brookside avenue Elder Ben L. Hassenpflug Sabbath school 9:30. Morning wor.thip 10:50. MENTONE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST 1144 Olivine. Melvin Turner, pastor. Sabbath school, 9:3n. Morning worship 11:00. THE UNIVERSITY SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Comer Central and Saa Ber nardino streets, Loma Linda. Charles W. Teel, pastor. Saturday services, 9:1S, Sab bath schcoL Worship serWce, 10:50. Vespers, Saturday afternoon LOMA LINDA SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST HILL CHURCH W. K. Chapman, pastor. H. £. Beltz Jr., associate pastor. Sabbath school, 9:30 Saturday. Young people, 7:30 p.m. Fri day. Services translated for the dcaL YUCAIPA SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST 35225 Ave. A (at Adams) Lawrence Scott, pastor. Sabbath school 9:30. Morning Worship, 10:50 Saturday. Missionary Volunteers, 8:00 p.m. (Friday). Music Academy Summer Faculty Announced Twenty six artist teachers comprise the faculty of the 18th Summer Session of the M u s i c .\cademy of the West in Santa Barbara. Slaurice Abravanel, Musical Director, has announced the fol- lowmg appointments: Martial Singher, director of the vocal department assisted by Gwendolyn Koldofsky, Irving Beckman, William Eddy, Charlotte Martin and Sonia Cobb; Reginald Stewart and Emanuel Bay, piano department; Gabor Rejto and Emanuel Bay, chamber music ensembles. Maurice Abravanel, orchestral training; Beryl Senofsky. violin; William Hymanson, violin; Sally Peck Lcntz, viola; Gabor Rejto, 'cello; Peter Mercurio, double bass; Mitchell Lurie, cla- rmet; Roger Stevens, flute; William Criss, oboe; Norman Herzberg, bassoon; Davis Shuman, trombone; Vladimir Druckcr. tmmpct; Fred Fox, French horn: Robert Lentz, percussion, and Donald Pond, composition. The eight week summer session at Sliraflores opens July 6. At the close of the session. Mr. Singher will stage the Mozart opera, "Don Giovanni", for three performances at Santa Barbara's Lobero Theatre. Mrs. Caraway Tells Of Life Under Nazi Rule Life as a Christian in Nazi Germany during the Hitler regime was reviewed by Sirs. L. Caraway at the Thursday mora ing coffee meeting of C 1 e r g y Wives of the Redlands area who were guests at the home of Mrs. Willard Schurr, 236 Grandview drive. Devotions were led by Mrs. John Foerster. Others attending were Mmcs. L. G. Bryan, Sam uel Wright. Phillip ColUn, Wendell WoUam, Otto De Groot. Mark L. Andrews, Carl Doss. Henry Radius, David Soltau and Jack Mottweiler. A guest was Mrs. Mark J. Andrews of Buffalo, N.Y., mother of Rev. Mark L. Andrews, pas tor of the First Presbyterian church. The next meeting will be April 23 when Mrs. Clarence Rus sell will be coffee hour hostess and Mrs. Ralph Hinkle, co-hos less, at Plymouth Village. 0—^The bidding has betn: East South West North !• 1¥ 24. 2V 3 • ? You, South, hold: 4>AQ765 VAK8T54 *Z What do you do? .A—Bid either three or four hearts, dependinir on hovr ac- tressive jour opponents are. TOD.\X'S QUES 'nON You bid only three hearts. West bids four diamonds and your partner doubles. What do you do now? Answtr Tomorrow Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything CaU 793-3221 EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY (FOR LOCAL WOMAN] We are looking for a mature woman — a local resident — with thorough knowledge and background in the 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 proctically unlimited. NO INVESTMENT REQUIRED. This is truly an excellent opportunity for the right party. If interested write to Redlands Daily Fads, Box 34. Exciting Extras for Easter Elegance (EASTER IS THIS SUNDAY, MARCH 29th) They Look Almost Real... 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