6 - Hon., April 20, t!i4 ftedfamls Daily facts Guests add sparkle to Viennese party VIENNESE HONOR GUESTS - Consul General and Mrs. Friederich E. Waller of Los Angeles, ot left, ore greeted Friday on arrival at Azore Hills Country Club by Mr. and Mrs. Conant Halsey for the festive "Night in Vienna" dinner dance sponsored by Redlands Community Music Association as a Red- lands Bowl benefit. Mr. Halsey is chairman of the board of the music association. Mrs. William C. Miller and Mrs. M. N. Estridge were general chairmen of the party attended by over 300 Bowl supporters. (Daily Facts photos by C. J. Kenison) PREPARE TO ENTERTAIN - H. L. (Larry) Thackwell Jr., left, and Mrs. Thackwell unpack the costumes obtained on their recent trip to Austria and worn by the Redlands couple as they entertained Friday evening's party guests with authentic Austrian folk dances. Center b Curtis Steams, prominent music director who has appeared frequently at Redlands Sowl. He served as accompanist for songs by Jane McGowon, soprano, and Dennis Love, baritone. AAr. Love substituted for Brian Sullivan, Metropolitan Opera company tenor, who wot forced to cancel his appeoroncs because of illness. ADMIRE FLORAL DISPLAY - Mrs. Richard N. Moersch and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Jacobs odmire the attractive arrangements of red and white carnations in tall pedestal baskets placed near the dining room entrance of the "Viennese Ballroom" for the bowl benefit party. Mrs. Moersch was a member of the decorating committee heoded by Mrs. D. Clark DeRoo. WELCOMING GESTURE - Everett A. Hayes, left, and John W. Jones, right, receive bright red carnations pinned on by Denny Keefe, center left, and Cherry Parker who served as "flower girls" for the Bowl benefit. Every man present wore a carnation to add a special touch to the evening festivities. GUEST FOURSOME - Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Descombes of Claremont, left, meet Mr. and Mrs. G. Louis Fletcher on the Claremont couple's arrival to spend the evening as Red- lands Bowl benefit guests. Mrs. Descombes is the former Betty Baker of Redlands, daughter of Mr. and AArs. Harold W. Baker, 546 Mariposa drive. ADD DRAMATIC TOUCH - Red roses «ed with satin ribbon decorate a giant-sized white candle, one of the effectively placed accents for the Viennese party. Admiring this feoture ore, from left. Col. and AArs. William V. Paul, Mrs. Edward B. Darroh and Mrs. Robert C. Fox. Silks, satins, laces and brocades in the women's dresses added a further note of elegance to the otmosphere of the evening.
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