Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 3, 1964 · Page 3
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cc/etif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY- Society Editor Public Invited To HearU.R. Concert Band Sunday Afternoon Music performed during their recent concert tour to North. em California will be presented by tlje U.R. Concert Band SUn- . day afternoon at 4 o'clock in Memorial chapel at the University of Redlands. The con cert is open to the public with no admission charge. U.R. band director. James R. Jorgenson. and assistant direc tor, Dennis Lajue. will share the podium witli student conductors Sleuart Goodwin and James Clark. For band president Stcuart Goodwin, the concert will be a climax of four years of performance with the UR bands. In addition to his student conducting responsibility, he will appear as a member of the UR Woodwin Octet playing the French horn and his Chorale, "Prelude on Lyons", will be performed by the band. Sleu­ art had further distinguished himself by his pipe organ building project in tlie school of music. Featured student soloists will be Ira Hawkins, piano; Joan Nelson, soprano, and John Prince, trombone. The program will include Handel's March and Chorus from "Judas Maccabeus": the Goodwin Chorale Prelude, Haydn's "Adagio" with John Prince as trombone soloist. Octet in E Flat by Beethoven played by Karen Hammond and Chester Floyd, oboes; David Schaffer and Joseph Jones, clarinets: Carla Conrad and Steuart Goodwin, French horns; Edward Railsback and L>-nn Englisii, bassoons. First movement of Mendelssohn's Piano Concerto in G «ith Ira Hawkins as soloist: Two Armenian Dances by Khachaturian; the aria "Un Bel Di" from Puccini's "Ma dame Butterfly" sung by Joan Nelson: Bernstein's Overture to "Candid e"; Bcrkowitz's ".Music for Winds" and Wal ton's "Crown Imperial". Migrants' Sfory • lllusfrated For Church Women Mrs. William Young, mother of Mrs. D. J. Rothenberger. traveled from Colorado to bring the program to the Women's Fellowship of the First Congregational Church when they held their monthly meeting Wednesday in Kimberly Ilall. Mrs. Young is a member of the Migrant Department of the State Council of Churches of Colorado, a member of a national committee on Christian Social Relations, and a member of the Board of the Rocky Mountains School of Klissions. She described herself as an ordinary church woman who got "stirred up about something." She stated that the migrant worker has been long neglected by the church. Colored slides accompanied the poignant stories of her personal work v.'ith the migrant workers of Colorado where periodically she lived in a cabin among them. She found them to be a warm, conscientious, hard-working people with close family relationships. Devotions were given by .Mrs. Joel Hauser. A solo was sung; by .Miss Gwladys Pugh, accompanied by Miss Vera Van Loan. An "April Fool's" coffee preceded llic meeting when "poached eggs on tost" tnmed out to be pound cake, whipped cream, and apricots. Mrs. Robert Jenkins was hostess. Musical Properties Stringed instruments owe their existence to the musical properties inherent in an elastic filament which make it vibrate regularly when stretched between two fixed points, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. Conservation Film Shown To Yucaipa Club A plea for conservation of the San Gorgonio mountain area was made by Gordon Cleaver, member of the • "Defenders ofj Mt. San Gorgonio" group, when he spoke at the recent dinner and social evening sponsored by Yucaipa Woman's club members in tbeir clubhouse. Mr. Cleaver also showed the picture entitled "Face to-Face With Forever". The group to which he belongs is interested in preventing commercial entry into Dry Lake which is the headwaters of the Santa Ana river. Should San Gorgonio Ski April Events For G.O.P. Women April events of particular in terest were noted when board members of Redlands Republican Women's.dub met with Mrs. Jack Beaver, 138 Marcia street These include the county meeting at Green Tree Inn in Victorville where the highlight will be a talk by Leland Kaiser, candidate for the U.S. Senate. Luncheon will be served at noon. The local club's "Meet Your Candidate" meeting is scheduled for April 30 at the Y^VCA with a 9:30 coffee to precede Lift, Inc. succeed in putting a ski lift at Dry Lake, it wouU destroy the watershed, said Mr. Cleaver. the 10 o'clock meeting. Local candidates for offices will be invited to appear at this time. Sirs. Donald Moreland and her hospitality committee will I make arrangements for this j affair. The board noted the continued growth of membership in the club as a report on the success of the membership campaign to date was submitted. At the board meeting were Mmes. Charles Dawson, Raymond Haight, G. A. Jahn, James Harker, Moreland, Hans Warjone, Robert H. Wilson, William Morrison, Blanche Reese, Beaver, and Lee Harris, president. YUCAIPA C.D.A. COURT SOCIAL SET Catholic Daughters of America, Court Holy Spirit, wiD have a social meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the social bail of St Frances X. Cabrini church in Yucaipa. Guest speaker, Dan Klingbiel, will show and discuss his slides of Alaska. The meeting is open to guests and hos tesses will be Winifred Cooley and Lois Russell. AMERICANA BOSTON (UPI) - Probably the first American book to treat housekeeping and cooking as domestic science" was "A Treatise on Domestic Economy for the Use of Young Ladies at; Home," written by Catherine Becchcr and published in 1841. Mrs. Surber To Head Crafton Mrs. Leon R. Surber was elected president of Crafton P. T.A. during this week's "Fath ers" Night" meeting of the unit Elected to serve with Mrs. Surber for the coming term were Mrs. C. C. Shawver, vice president; Mrs. Wesley Ogle, recording secretary; Mr.^. Alvin Freeman, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Re.x Kircher, treasurer; Mrs. Robert E. Adkins, historian, and Mrs. Frank Green way, auditor. Husbands of current PTA of- Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Apr. 3,19M - 3 ficers conducted the meeting with Ernest Owens as acting president Frank Greenway read the thought for the day; George.Andrews read the minutes and Ronald Nelson gave the treasurer's report Highlight of the meeting was a film and demonstration of modem math by Edgar Losee, fifth-SMth grade teacher at Crafton school. Modem math will be taught in the Redlands schools this fall. TEACHERS MAY AGREE DALLAS (UPI) — NoUce on the bulletin of the Royal Haven Baptist Church: "Sunday school will be hell at 10 a.m." Get Outdoors Under the Sun Brighten Your Summer Life; With Comfort and Gaiety by Jerry It's the 1964 outdoor fashion story in floral and striped cotton terry covers and cushions for patio, sun porch and poolside by Terry Tuck, Coordinate florals and stripes with vivid solid colors for out­ door summer fun in the sun. A. Women's travel robe — cotton and acetate kimono style, belt and pocket. Fits Into reusable vinyl travel bag. Green & rust, pink and aqua. $JL One size fits ail.. B. Wrap-around sarong — floral print ^f' in pink, yellow or blue. S-M-l ^ C. Basket chair cover. Fits all types of circular chairs. Adjustable drawstring ^ J holds cover in place *^ D. Cotton Terry Bundler button down — one lize fits oil, five button front, full size pocket. White, pink or aqua / E. Floral chaise pad $5 NOT SHOWN: Solid color choise pod $3.98 luxurious choise pod.. _.$6 Terry Tuck, Jr. — elasticized slip cover fits any size outdoor padded chair. 54x34. Floral or striped. One for chairs, ^ 2 for love seats, 3 for gliders Xif ea. G. Tufted choir cushions. 100% shredded feam filled.. ea. Colorful, Gaily Decorated Novelty Handbags Follow the sun through summer with colorful, whimsical handbags, encrusted with "jewels" and varied trims . . . to give a bright accent to your gayest costumes. A. The Satchel "Off to the Fair". .$12.98* B. The Tote "G6ld Flowers" .....„.$ 9.98* * Plus 10% Fed. Ex. Tax HANDBAGS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' H. Quilted foam cushioned chaise lounge, pool or beach pad .,. designed for use on all types of all-weother lounges, ^ r 100% washable, adjustable straps. Q 2-pc. chaise cover — contoured to fit two piece cushioned chaise lounges, (either spring type or stuffed.) Hunter green, sun gold, turquoise, orange or white.. rn.0r4 -MW) /rl—OMW Pmrm la •« < Sta^ iUN.-W » fua. I Ml iiiirwiimrfTT

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