Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 1, 1964 · Page 3
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Wednesday, April 1, 1964
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Sorority Group Has Egg Hunt For Children Children of members of Xi iTheta Beta exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi soroity jwere entertained at their annual Easter Egg hunt at the home of Mrs., Albert E. Drusedum, 326 Lotus street. : Also on the committee were [Sirs. Thomas J. McGowan and Mrs. William S. Simpson. Children attending were Freddie Casebolt, Jackie and Kelly Dunn, Gary and Gregory Gentry, Jim, Scoit and Todd Paterson, Holly and Guy Jfathena, David Drusedum, Steve Simp- json and Gregory and Bren- jda Barlow. Members and husbands who attended the recent Footlighter production of "A Shot in the Dark" as a group were Messrs. and Mmes. Richard 0. Dixon, Thomas J. McGowan, John Dunn, Albert E. Drusedum, L. E. Nelson, Barney L. Gentry, William S. Simpson and William [Barlow. "VIENNA NIGHT" CHAIRMEN - Mrs. M. N. Esfridge, seated, and Mrs. W. C. Miller, as co-chairmen for the Redlands Community Music Association's "Night In Vienna," head a large group of volunteer committee workers who promise to make this also o "Night to Remember." Festivities will be April 17 at Azure Hills Country Club and will Include dinner, dancing and music with emphasis on the Strauss era. Entertainment will feature the Metropolitan Opera Company's popular tenor, Brian Sullivan. Austrian Consul General and Mrs. Friderich E. Waller will be special guests and will lead the Grand March that evening. Dress for the affair is optional. Tickets are available from all committee members and at the Security First National Bank and the office at Redlands Bowl. (Daily Facts photo) Addresses Of Alumni Needed By Reunion Commiffee, RHS '54 July II is the date selected for their 10-year reunion by Redlands High School Class of 1954, to be at Azure HiUs Country Club in Grand Terrace. Addresses of some members of the class are still unknown. Anyone with information concerning the current addresses of the alumni listed below are asked to call 792-3423 or write to Reunion Committee, P.O. Box 175. Redlands. Frank Aguilar, Edwin Arnold, Carol Bibce, Dale BirdsaU, Vu"- ginia BlackwcU. Diane Breeding, Carol Brittain, Thomas Carroll, Gloria Carrion, Buddy Clark, Frances Cook, Joyce Cowen, Virginia Cowcn. Janice Culler. Janet Denos, Jack Dietrick; Frances Drerup, Virginia Freire, Richard Fritchman, Beverly Fuchs, Esther Garcie, Harry Genet, Bill Gillespie. Jari-Lee Hansen. Cecelia Hernandez, Jeanie Hernandez, Virginia Hernandez. Darlene Horton, Larry Howell, Ruthio Humilidad, Mathew Johnson, Richard Juniper, Harry Kemp, Chuck Knight, Ethel Martin. Carol Mason, John McConnell, Janet MiUer. Keith Jlil- ler. Marshal Mills. Theresa Morales, Doris Mulder, Arlene Nelson, Adana NutbrottH, Dave O'Quinn, Caroline Poclstra, Gary Poelstra, Davis Radford. Dave Ramboz. Judy Recce, Ed Reeves, Bob Roberts. Dolores Romero. Elwood (Tom) Rosen. Vem Roj-sc, Sylvia Rule, Van Sanders, Jean Schewe, Joe Schroeder, Jerry Settle, Edward Six, Bill Sousa, Larry (Don) Stewart, Phillip Stone, Barbara Thompson, Warren Thompson, Ernie Thornton, Richard While. Robert Widlund. Hugh Williams. Harold Willis, Lois Willis, Wes Wilson, Geraldinc Boatright, Margaret Brooks, Stephen Harrigan, Frank Hernandez, Dwaync Matthews, Joe Werner, Bob Moreficld, Roger Ifiowen and Don Solarrano. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 Spanish Film To Be Shown Af UR Tomorrow The Spanish film "El" will be shown in the University of Redlands' Hornby Science Hall tomorrow at 7:45 p.m. "El" (This Strange Passion) is based on a book by Mercedes Pinto about a girl who marries a pathologically jealous husband I who tries to kill her; beneath it, a deeply probing analysis of the mward obsessions of a paranoid, of his distorted outlook on reality. New Yorker reviewers applauded Luis Bunucl's film as "Hair raising — a rousing business. Most skillfully contrived." The Spanish film, with English subtitles, is one in a series of French. German and Spanish films to be shown this spring under direction of the UR French department. Sca.son or individual tickets may be purchased tlirough the public relations office or at the door. We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT. \Vhat makes a woman "easy to live with" — from a man's point of view? . Let's give a man a chance to answer that question. One who writes that he reads this column regularly claims that the woman who is easy to live with is the woman who: "Enjoys doing things on t h e spur of the moment. (Wives who dislike doing anything on t h e spur-of-the-moment can always find a ready excuse for vetoing their husband's unexpected invitations— 'My hair's a mess,' 'I haven't anything to wear," 'It's too much trouble to try to get a baby-sitter at the last moment,' 'I've abeady started dinner.') "Doesn't feel it is necessary to talk to a man constantly just because he's there — but knows that silence makes a woman seem more companionable than does a steady stream of chatter. "Has a carefully cultivated sense of timing, that tells her the best moment for imparting bad news, springing a surprise, or trying to sell her husband on an idea that is important to her. 'Gives her husband ,a certain amount of privacy in small matters such as refraining from asking 'Who was that; dear?' whenever he gets a phone call, or 'What were you talking about?' whenever he has a conversation with someone else. "Doesn't whine, nag, or sulk. "Finds a lot to laugh about, and has a laugb that is pleasant to hear. "Reacts with anger instead of hurt feelings to a quarrel. "Accepts her man 'as is' instead of thinking it is her duty and her right to try to reform him." DRAPERIES CUSTOM MADE DRAPES!! Mefcalf to speak tonight at Forum John C. Metcalfe will speak I tonight 7:30 in the University of Redlands Chapel on the topic "The U.S. and Mr. Khrus- chev," according to Jack Bink[ley. Coordinator. Mr. Metcalfe is a distinguished Washington news analyst and lecturer. His talks are I interesting, informative and entertaining. He has been a visiting lecturer at the University of Minnesota. Wisconsin, Kansas and the Mcrccrsburg Academy. He is a member of the Stale Department and White House Correspondents Associations. Dr. Robert Jlorlan, Professor of Government at the University of Redlands will preside as [chairman. The registration fee is $1.50 and may be paid at the door for the three remaming forums. For further information, phone 793-2256. ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE MLW Society Editor Region's Vice President To Speak Af Redlands AAUW Spring Luncheon Kathryn K. (Mrs. Grady; Gammage, vice president from the South Pacific Region, American Association of University Women, will be guest speaker Saturday at the Redlands AAUW branch's spring |luncheon, to begin at 12:30 p.m. in the Casa Loma room of the I University of Redlands Commons. Mrs. A. P. Herman, luncheon chairman, should be contacted [for reservations. Mrs. Gammage, who was president of Arizona Stale Divi- Ision of AAUW from 1960 to 1962, has served her home state division in various capacities and has also been a member of the association in other states. She is assistant for development and public affairs at Arizona State University where she has previously served as assistant to the registrar and director of admissions. Her late husband. Dr. Grady Gammage, was president of Arizona State University from 1949 to 1959. She holds a B.A. degree from Heidelberg College of Tiffen, Ohio, an M.S. in education from I Syracuse University, N.Y., and took additional graduate work at Northwestern University in Evanston, 111. Mrs. Gammage's professional experience began as student dean at Syracuse University from 1937 to 1939. She later became a member of the dean of women's staff at Kent State 'University in Kent, Ohio, and Eriine Moreno To Be Bride Of Jerry Lancon Mr. and Mrs. Charles • Moreno, Pioneer avenue, an- 'nounce -the engagement of their daughter, Eriine, to Jerry Lan con of New Orleans, La. The bride-elect is a senior at Redlands High school this year. She is a native of Redlands and is the granddaughter of Jlr. and Mrs. Joe Almanza, 515 Second street Jerry is now serving with the U.S. Navy and is stationed in San Diego. No definite date has been set for the wedding. MRS. GRADY GAMMAGE then junior dean at Arizona State College. As a program director for the National USD, her assign- |menls were in Lexington, Ky.; Waukegan, 111.; Madison, Wise, and Denver, Colo. From 1944-49 she was dean of women and associate professor of education at Lake Forest College, 111. Mrs. Gammage has also contributed to many community programs and as a volunteer in .various and diversified activit- |ies, both on the community level and with social ind cultural organizations witk which she is affiliated. YWCA Announces Schedule Of Spring Semester Classes A "Homemakers Holiday" {and a series of six lectures on "The Genius of William Shakespeare" are just two of the many interesting classes scheduled by the YWCA for its spring term to start April 14. Registration is set for Mon- 'day, April 13, and persons may enroll in the class or classes of their choice that day. "Homemakers Holiday" will be offered on Tuesday with a gym class at 10 a.m. followed ,by swimming at 11 in the jYMCA pool. A noon sack lunch will be followed by classes or activities as members may [choose. PER YARD • 94 Fine Fabrics • Over 300 Colors • 225% Fullness • Weighted and Fan Folded • Double Hems and Heads FOR FREE BTIMATES CALL SENIOR CITIZENS BIRTHDAY PARTY Redlands Senior Citizens will honor April birthday celebrants in the usual manner during the [Friday meeting, to begm at 1 p.m. at the YWCA. AU retired persons over the age of 50 are eligible for membership in the [club which meets weekly. 793-3248 YARDAGE ond Droperies r Open Friday Nighf Tit 9 P.M. 10 Orange St. Downtown Redlands Michael H. Armacost speaks to GOP Michael H. Armacost of the Pomona College faculty, son of University of Redlands President and Mrs. George A. Armacost, was one of the speakers heard yesterday during Ihe "Parly to People" Republican forum in the Billmore Hotel, Los Angeles. Present from Redlands were Mrs. G. A. Jahn and Mrs. Robert H. Wilson, accompanied by Mrs. R. W. Hcrzog of Yucaipa, president of the San Bernardino County Federation of Republican Women. This was the first of six forums proposed by Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, the [other five to be conducted elsewhere in the United States. Former President Eisenhower headed a panel of leading Republicans who included Rep. Gerald R. Ford, Rep. Glcnard P. Lipscomb. Dr. Edward Teller and James H. Douglas. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. tMKifRIBjOS 2^ If a restaurant is under par, don't scold the person who suggested it. The famous blend of TEA WITH ORANGES AND SPICE AproductofR.C.Bigelow,Norwalk,Conn.Sold by... SAGE'S COMPLETE MARKET 450 E. Cypress Avenue Redlands The class roster is as follows: Tuesday — 9 a.m. to noon, sewing and millinery, Mrs. N. B. Hinckley, instructor; 9 to 10, baby ballet, Mrs. John Rundles; 9:30 to 10:30, golf, Jerry Kreuger, instructor, (at the Country club for six weeks beginnuig April 21); 10 to 11:45, Trim Gym and Swim, Mrs. Rundle and Mrs. Joseph Col ley; 9:30 to 11:30, world fellowship crafts with Mrs. R Weisberg (second and fourth Tuesdays); 8 to 11:30 p.m.. Mavericks Square Dance club. Wednesday — 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., advanced bridge with Mrs. Geneva Reiter and beginning bridge with Mrs. G. W. Kenlon; 9:30 to 10:30, Shakespeare lectures by F. S. Brombcrger of U.R. faculty; 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., beginning art (watercolor), Mrs. Carl Cook; 1:15 to 3:15 p.m., intermediate bridge. Thursday — 9:30 to 11:30 knitting with Mrs. Weisberg, floral arranging with Mrs. Bet ty Alherley, advanced-beginning bridge with Mrs. Kenlon and intcmatinal cooking with Mrs. Jane Shaw at the Edison Company; 1:15 to 3:15, Intermediate bridge with Mrs. Kenlon; 7 to 9 p.m., international cooking with Mrs. Shaw at the Edison Company; 7:30 to 9:30, ballroom dancing taught by Leonard Pecchia. Friday — 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.. Bridge club; 9 to 11:30 a.m., international cooking with Mrs. Shaw; 1 to 4 p.m., Senior Citizens club. Saturday — 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., ballet and tap dancing taught by Mrs. Rundles and Mrs. Delores Orwig; 10 a.m. to noon, creative art for children (elementary school age) with .Mrs. Bernard Corrigan. EVENING AUXILIARY MEETING MONDAY Evening Auxiliary to the Contemporary club will meet Monday evening at which lime Miss Nine Siedel and Miss Jackie Thompson of Pomona will present a demonstration of skin care and make-up. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. and reservations, due by Friday, are being taken by Marian Hurst. AWARDS PRESENTED TO MENTONE CUBS Aw-ards were presented at the Mentone Cub Scout Pack 3 meeting which noted the "Mardi Gras" theme and included a costume parade. Cubs receiving awards were Johnny Weyl, Stephen Shedd, George Arredondo, Dayton Newton, Ronnie Blackwell, Richard Castro, Stanley Painter, Stevie Greene, Eugene Cosby, Jeffrey Dover, Rex Edwards, John Parrott, Jack [Sarrelt, Kelley Way, Donald Tustison and Mark Norrie. Q—Tbe bidding has been: East Sostii Wert North !• IV 2* 3V Pass ? You. South, hold: 4AQ765 irAKS754 «! 42 What do you do? A -4td f onr nA -tramp. Ton biieiid to bid «iz hemrte if yoor partner tbawt TM aee. TODATs oinssncN TTtsfi bid fooT a^4niis{> and yoar partntf bids five hearts to sfaow tao aees. Vbat do Ton do BOW? Answer TBBNRVW RIDING CLUB SETS DATE FOR EVENT Yucaipa Valley Riding club will participate in its third annual "Fellowship Ride" April 12 starting at 9 a.m. in Wildwood Canyon. All horsemen are invited and no reservations are required, but advance purchase of dinner tickets is suggested. Tickets and additional information are available from Bennie Hansen, telephone 797-1311, or Helen Robbms, 797-6883. ERLINE MORENO GREENSPOT WOMEN'S CLUB RECIPROCITY Greenspot Woman's club will host its reciprocity day meeting Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the Scouthouse on North Amethyst avenue. The program will be a fashion show arranged by Miss Cathy Hales of The Harris Company. Members of the hostess club are reminded to bring a favorite cake for the "Cake Fair". Redlands Daily Facts Wed, April 1, 1964 -3 Tuesday Night Bridge Results Results of last evemng's duplicate bridge game at the YMCA, 11 tables participating,, were announced today. North - South winners were Mrs. Orville Hayward and Mrs. Bilid Wilson, first; Lyle Kennedy and John Coufal, second; Mrs. Nita Nickerson and Mrs. Kathy PestiU. third; Mrs. C. T. Tower and Mickey Bevis, fourth. East-West winners were Miss Betty Collins and Tim Guhin, first; Mrs. Ruth Henry and Mrs. Lois Gill, second; Mrs. Ray^ Keim and Mrs. Gordon Edwards, third; Marvin Silver, and Neal Wright, fourth. There will be a special Jfas- ,ter Point game Sunday evening |at 7:30 at the YMCA where play will start upstairs at this time. WOMEN GOLFERS TO PLAY FRIDAY This Friday will be "Platter Day" for women golfers at the Country Club. There was no event last week, in observance. I of Good Friday. DOWNTOWN REDU^NDS Kay Windsor Casual Dresses Are Color Splashed for Spring Kay Windsor leads you info a color- splashed spring with 2 "pretty at you please" styles . . . perfect additions to any wardrobe. V SAN •ERNARCINa SAN •ERNARCINO RIVERSIDK REDLANM Blossom print in 100% oeefote. Simple bodice, scooped neckline, brief sleeves and soft flattering pleated skirt. Blue or pink. Sizes 10 to 18. 15'* Circle print-semi-fitted shift. Black jet buttons and black patent belt. Black on white, royal on white. 10 to 18. 17 PIN MONEY SHOP 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS'

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