Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 21, 1964 · Page 3
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David Daniels Appointed To Music Faculty Post At Knox College Knox College at Galesburg, ni., today announced the pcmtmeiit of Dr. David Danieb, who has been a member of VDivetaij of Bedlands sdiooi of music this year, as assistant proiiefsor of music to assume hit new dutiea in S^tember. Dr. Daniels served as direc tor «f the Uzurersi^-0 >mxBun ity Symphony orchestra this year during the absence of its founder-director. Dr. Edward Xritt, DOW with the University of Bedlands in Salzburg. Dr. Danida has also taught a gen era! survey course, Instory of| aiuie and an orchestratioD das* while at the UR. At Knox College, he succeeds Sr. Gilbert TrytfaaU who isl joining the faculty at George Peabody Teachers College in| Nashville, Tenn. He will teach iastzumeDtal music at the col lege and will also conduct the Knox College concert wind en semble and the Enox-Galesbnrg Symphony Orchestra. He was student conductor of the university chamber orchestra and opera workshop at the State University of Iowa from 1951 to 1963. Dr. Daniels will make his last appearance of the season in Bedlands on May 13 when the University-Community Sym phony Orchestra and Concert Choir ° will join for the tradi tional spring formal concert in 2Iemorial chapeL The young conductor will be concluding highly successful year during : which time he has impressed concert audiences with his high' lyderdoped talent and abilities. Mrs, Creafura Gives Alaskan Travel Program CoHtJmdng their theme of the year, ^ascmating Places" members of Zeta Lambda chap Icr of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority were entertained by Laura (Mrs. John) Creatura co-owner of the Clem Lau Travel Agency, at their recent meeting. Mrs. 'William T. Free man was hostess to the group at her home, 1346 La Loma. lbs. Creatura showed slides of the trip she and her family took to Alaska. Her pictures in eluded views of the World' Fair building in Seattle; Bushard 's Gardens in Victoria, B. C, and pictures taken from the boat as it traveled the far north at Juneau, Alaska. From Juneau, the Creaturas flew to AnchorageV There were also scenes taken on rail trips inland. Mrs. Nina L. Garlock was guest of the evening. Members present were Mmes. William W. Alder. Jerome M. Arendt, Edwin M. Brose, Harry Vf. Dunham, Dale L. Ferguson, Cloid R. Gray, James C. Jackson, Irwin J. Kotek, Frank B, Marquardt, Frank B. Mills, Charles L. Schaffer and the hostess. Mmes. Brose, Gray and Dun ham attended the San-Riv-Or conclave Sunday at Las Vegas where the Bedlands chapter won first place in attendance for the year and an award of $25. They also placed third in the Girl of the Vear contest with their contestant Mrs Arendt. Shrine Club Has Trip To Show In LA. Members of Bedlands Shrine club with their families and friends enjoyed a bus frip to the Shrine Temple in Los An geles for the monthly family show Saturday. Top entertainers appearing on the show included Jane Powell, motion picture, television and recording star; Corbelt Monica, comedy star of the Joey Bishop TV show; Dick Contino, master of the accordion; the sensational Tangier Troupe, the Whirling and tumbling Sons of Morocco; Jackie DeSbannon. something special for the teenagers, and extra added attractions. Bus stops were made at Clifton's for dinner on the way to the show and at Coffee Dan's on the return trip. Dr. Garald W. Parker, president, suggests that more local Shriners contact Thomas Hen- dersoo who will be in charge of the next show and make tes- ervatioBS to attend. DAVID DANIELS CLERGY WIVES TO MEET THURSDAY Clergy Wives of the Bedlands area will meet Thursday morning at 9:30 at the home of Mrs. Clarence Bnssell, 809 Cajon< street (Plymouth Village). Dr. Elizabeth Beale, psychologist, will speak to the group. Judge Hilliari Mrs. Williams Wed Friday Mrs. Clara Frances wmiams and Superior Cunrt Judge Carl Burton HiTlfard. both of San Bernardino, announce their marriage idilch was an event of last Friday in file Central Union Congregational church in Honolulu, Hawaii Judge HiHiard is the son of the late Dr. and Mrs. C. G. HTTlfard of Bedlands. Q-Tbe bmat bat ta^ !• Plus Vam FMS ? Yon, Sonfii, bdifa What do yxn do? A—BU two dnbt. Your yut- ner tamr be iwwller with •my little but Tonr hand is oertaiBlr worth aame bid aad yon prefer biddiar yonr awn nrit to iMiir a tsiee with Mir moAsvi QDssnoN Your partner' t^tids to two spades. .What do you do BOVI Answer TOBIORW ccietif mS8 JOSEPHDOC RKIT Sodeiy EiSor Kimberly Juniors Spring Program And Dance To Have Exotic Setting "Fbwer Drum Song" is the exotic theme around which decorations for the Kimberly Juniors spring program and dance are being planned, the event scheduled for Friday evemng in| the Contemporary chibhouse. Under direction of the Juniors' dance instructor, Mrs. William T. Hardy, the pro-j gram, entitled "Broadway Melodies", will feature the Juniors; in original selections based on popular Broadway musicals. It! wiU begm at 8:15 to be fol lowed by dancing from 9 until a.m. General admission tickets for the program will be; on sale at the door. Beserved seat tickets, including the program and the dance, may be obtained in advance from any Kimberly Junior. Mrs. Elbert W. Shirk, advisor, will greet guests on arrival at the clubhouse for thei evening affair, one of the high clubwomen. Mrs. Jerome Johnson is gen-] eral chairman of the decorating committee. Other" comnut- tee chairmen are Mrs. Jack Neblet, music; Mrs. Wilbur Vroman, tickets; Mrs. Bay- mood Beeler, nosegays; Mrs. Robert Prendergast and Mrs. Bichard B. Cook Jr., dming Nordello-Gilley June Wedding Plans Revealed Airman First Class Robert I. Gilley Jr., stationed at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida, announces the engagement of his lights of the year lor the young] sister, Nancy Jean Of Bedlands, to Richard Nordello, son of Mrs. Joe NordeOo; 11 Myra street, and the late Mr. Nor- IdeDo. room; Mrs. John Blnmesbergj and Mrs. William E. Brown Jr., refreshments. MAVERICKS TO ELECT TONIGHT A spaghetti dinner will be served at 6:30 this evening to, members of The Mavericks square dance club at the YWCA. Election of officers will follow. Eegular dancing will start at 8 o'clock with Rims Hanck as caller. All dancers are invited to the dance ses Nancy, dau^ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Bobert L Gilley of St. Charles, Mo., is currently employed Herman's fum-j iture store in Bedlands. She is a graduate of Duchesne High sdwd IB St Charles with the] Class of 1357. Her finance is a native of| Bedlands where he makes his; home with his mother. He is a graduate of Bedlands High school. Class of US7, and is now employed at £1 Bancho Market in Highland. June wedding plans are b«ng made by the young couple. sion. Officers will be iiutalled next week and Jim McDaniels will be caller for the dancing. Mfoncfs Daily fatfs Toes, April 21.19M -.3 NANCY JEAN GILLEY SIGMA KAPPA ALUMNAE MEETING Sigma Kappa alumnae . will meet at 7:15 pjn. Thursday at the home of Evelyn C^urtin, 6656 Lasses donrt. Riverside. Nominations for new officers] will he in order, followed by elections. Plans for the May] luncheon meeting will be dis-j cussed. UR Chamber Orchestra Plays At Tramway Top The 29-membcr University of Bedlands Chamber Orchestra bad the experience of performing in concert at the Palm S)>rings Tramway's mountain station, 8000 feet above -the desert fkxtr, on Sunday at 6 p.m. The ensemble, directed tiy Prof. John L. Golz, were guests of the Mt San Jacinto ^Rnter Park Authority for this appearance. Earlier that afternoon, they gave a performance in the Insert Museum. BEGINNERS SQUARE DANCE CLASS TOMORROW The beginners square dance dass sponsored by The Mavericks win meet from 8 to 11 tomorrow evening upstairs at the YMCA, 500 East Citrus avenue. Jim McDaniels is class instructor and the one dollar per person donation includes refreshments, to be served during the evening. Cbupfes being married the same day in the same church may be oble to split floral expenses. UST DAY! Soar to Exeifing Savings . • • Bonus Buys from Our Annual Sale! 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