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iOSS JOSEPHINE KEAY Society Editor J. Vander Kaays Wed 50 Years Ago Today In Grand Rapids, Michigan Mr. and Mrs. J. vander Kaay, who were married in Grand Rapids. Mich., on April 23.1914. are today noting their Golden Wedding anniversary and are, planning a celebration Saturday afternoon at their home, 824 West Fern avenue. With their two daughters as hostesses, open house will be observed Saturday from 2 to 4:30 p.m. to which all of their friends are invited. Both Mr. and Mr. vander Kaay were bom in Holland and both their familes came to this country in the early 1900's, first settling in Grand Rapids. The couple left Michigan for California in 1922 and have lived in Redlands since August of that year. Their two • daughters a r Frances (Mrs. Russell) Her-| rema of Santa Ana and Marie (Mrs. Kay) vander Kaay of San Clemente. Mrs. Herrema has one daughter and two sons and Mrs. vander Kaay has three daughters. Now retired, Mr. vander Kaay was for years engaged in the painting, papering and decorating business. Both he and his wife are members of Bethany Reformed church. IN MUSICAL PANORAMA - Heather Greenwald, Richard Kuller ond Suzi McKee will op- pear in an old fashioned hot and cane dance early in the musical review of the American musical comedy scheduled for six performances in Watchorn hall starting tomorrow evening at 8:15. Rich is director and choreographer of the student-sponsored production which traces the development of the typically American style of entertainment from its beginning to the present day. Tickets will be on sole at the box office. UR Student Show Opens Six-Performance Run Friday Five months of preparation have.gone into the production entitled "This is America's Baby", a show designed to illustrate the development of musical comedy on the Ameri- Farewell Party VFV/ Affair For Roy Stewarts A surprise farewell party was given Tuesday evening honoring Roy and Betty Stewart, commander and auxiliary pres ident of Redlands Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2062. The party was held at the Stewart home. They are being transferred to the Slissilc Proving Grounds at White Sands, N.M. A food chest and other gifts were presented to them by the group at the party. The occasion also noted Mrs. Stewart's birthday and a large birthday cake, decorated with roses and for­ get-me-nots, was made by Mrs. Frank Ncu. Present were Messrs, and Mmes. Charles Creacey. Larry Daniels, Chuck Weiss, Ed Vande Berge, Ralph Torrance, Frank Neu; Mmes. John Ramos, Josephine Curtis, Emma King, Lydia Christal, Hermina Littlewood, Beulah Landfricd, Vernetta Hazelwood; and Messrs. John Parde and Johnnie Larmier, the latter is third district VFW commander. Mrs. Creacey and Mrs. Hazel wood were hostesses for the evening which included the sing ing of folk songs to guitar accompaniment provided by Mr. Vande Berge. can stage, scheduled for six- performances at the University of Redlands starting tomorrow evening. Tickets for the student-sponsored entertainment are on sale at the UR Bookstore and will also be available at t h e door of Watchorn hall on performance nights, April 24, 25 and 30 and May 1 and 2. Show time is 8:15 plus a matinee this Saturday at 2 p.m. Rich Kuller, a junior from Hollywood, has served as director, choreographer and originator of the musical which in volves a company of 40 performers, musicians and directors. The rehearsal schedule has ax'eraged 60 hours a week since semester break. The show is technically de­ signed to increase in excitement as the growth of the American musical is traced, says Rich. One of the early numbers is from "The Black Crook", referred to as a "melodramatic mess", produced in 1866. In contrast, the final number is from "West Side Story" — a dramatic sequence in which acting, singing and dancing are com- bmed. Other musicals lending mater ial for the UR show are Carousel", "South Pacific", "Show Boat", "Pal Joey" and "Kiss Me Kate." Advance tickets sales indicate that the show will be a popular success and it was announced today that best seats are available for this Saturday night's performance. LA. Philharmonic Closes Winter Concert Season With Grand Flourish WEBER GRAND PIANOS Redlands Blvd. & New York St. Bringing the Redlands Winter Concert Association season to a dramatic close last evening in Memorial chapel at the University of Redlands, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra with its dynamic young director, Zubin Mehta, presented a pro gram that provided continuous musical excitement. The 28-year-old Bombay-bom maestro, now completing his second season with the iios An gcles orchestra, confirmed the impression made on his appearance here last season as a baton wizard, this year adding more dramatics to his podium gestures in a nearer-Bemstein image than remembered. The most compelling work last evening was Ravel's "La Valse", its captivating rhythms and dazzling colorations empha-, sized in one of the most clectri- fymg interpretations ever heard. Mr. Mehta's well calculated e.\-: ploration into the valleys and into the hills of the exotic tonal ATTENTION BRIDES! Now is the time to register your sterling, china and ciystal in our Bridal Registry. We have a large selection on display—from leading hudOCt manufacturers. Registeryour favorite patterns now so your gift-giving friends and relatives will knowwhatyouwantand need foryour new home. HOWARD S. SMITH WllUAM J. JUNIQN Strvina lUdlandi for Om 30 Ytan 110 East Slatt R «tfl «ndt itics lent vividness to the contrasts of (he score and it was a magnificent accomplishment. The Viennese tradition absorbed by Mr. Mehta during his years at the Vienna State Academy of Music was reflected in the grace and sensuousness of this wonderful music that seemed to pour from his fingers as he directed. Dwelling alternately on the tendemess, whimsy and wild abandon of the infectious Slavonic Dances (Op. 46) by Dvorak, Mr, Mehta here, too, led a scintillating musical excursion, bursting with fiery exhuberance in the famous final "Furiant". It was fitting that a contemporary American composer be represented on a concert at the University of Redlands where the school of music annual ly premiers new works on its Symposium of American music. Last evening, the orchestra played Ned Rorem's "Eagles", said to be based on Walt Whitman's poem, "The Dalliance of the Eagles". Described as a programmaticai piece, his first for orchestra by the Indiana bom composer, it compares well with (he output of today's young composers even in it's tendency to be overwhelming in reaching cUmaxcs. Whatever image the music may have created in the listener, the composer lets him off the hook, according to the program notes, by saying that "there are as many images for a piece of music as there are people listening". Jlozart's "Marriage of Figaro" Overture opened the program, its sparkling classicism getting an added fillip of timbres and tempi. AppUcaUons for membership in the Winter Concert Associa- Three Zeta Rho t^embers Earn Exemplar Status The exemplar degree was conferred on three members of Zeta Rho chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority at their Tuesday evening meeting with M r s. Charles A. Bierschbach, 624 Lakeside avenue. Mrs. Gerry Van Ness assisted the hostess. Mrs. Boyd A. Johnson, sponsor - director, was assisted by Mrs. Emro H. Griffin of Xi Kappa Alhpa chapter and Mrs William Paterson of Xi Thcta Beta during the candlelight ceremony when Mrs. William P. Wilder, Mrs. Robert M. Scott and Mrs. Gerry Van Ness received the exemplar degree. A pledge ritnal for Mmes. Edwin K. Doney, Stephen J. Carroll, Sal J. Tedesco, Mason B. Watson and Byron C. Huey was conducted by Mrs. Wilder, assisted by Mrs. Bierschbach and Mrs. Dennis Figgins. Mrs. Robert M. Scott read nominations for the 1964-65 City Council officers and the membership voted for their choice. It was voted that a sponsor gift will be presented to an outstanding girl at the Founders Day banquet on April 30. Final plans for the banquet were announced. A smorgasbord dinner will be served at (he Elks club in Riverside. Mrs. Griffin and Mrs. Paterson were guests at the meeting. Members present were Mmes. Bierschbach. George E. C o c, Figgins, Leslie W. Rogers Jr., Scott, Van Ness, M. Harry Whalen. Wilder, James C. Bates, Doney, Carroll, Tedesco, Watson, Huey and Johnson. Birthday Tea To Honor Mrs. McCollister Mrs. Fannie B. JlcCoUister who will be 95 years old on May 9, will be honored at a tea planned for Sunday in the lounge at the First Methodist church from 3 until 5 p.m. Her two daughters, Mrs. WU bur G. Jfiller of Sun City, Ariz and Erie, Penna., and M i s Edith McCollister of Redlands are plannmg the celebration. Mrs. McCollister was bora in Fidelity, III. She came to Red lands in 1940 when her daughter held the position of elementary music supervisor for Redlands schools. They both moved to Chula Vista in 1954 when that position was eliminated. Mis McCollister held the same posi tion in Chula Vista until her retirement in 1960 when they returned to Redlands to live. Friends are invited to attend the tea and will have this op portunity to extend their con gratulaUons to Mrs. McCollister. The lounge is adjacent to the main sanctuary of the church. tion for next year's series are now being taken and requests may be addressed to the secretary Miss Linda Olson, care of the U. R. public events office. cordially invite you to view their complete line of Wedding Stationery 208 East State Redlands, California Bridal Registry Results Of Tuesday Bridge Ten tables used the Mitchell movement in duplicate bridge play at the YMCA Tuesday eve ning. North-South results were Larry and Jack LitUe, first; Mr. and Mrs. Richard O'Leary, second; Mrs. Roy Wick and Mrs. E. D. Patterson, Uiird; Mrs. Gene Wall and Mrs. Orville Hayward, fourth. East-West winners were Roy Brown and Bill Hendershot; first; Mrs. Richard Bollinger, and Mrs. Alberta Cloud, second; Miss Jennie Hanlon and BiU Petit, Uurd; Mrs. Lois Gill and Mrs. Ruth Henry, fourth. Redlands Daily Facts Thors., Apr. 23, 1964 - 3 4 McKinley PTA Board Convenes June 5 was announced as the date for registration of kindergarten children at McK i n I e y school when members of McKinley PTA board met this week at the home of Mrs. Robert J. Webb, 20 Roma sU-eet. Mrs. Jack Mottweiler was co- hostess. Principal James W. Stanfill reported on the success of the program presented at the school by children giving a demonstration of learning to read for about 30 parents. A nominating committee was appointed to select candidates for office to be elected for next year. Present were Mrs. J a m e « Craw, president; Mmes. H. Welty Kuhns, Edward F, Olmos, Keith Coder, John Beran. L. G. Bryan, D. G. Cadwallader. Salvador Saucedo and Robert O'Reilly. MR. AND MRS. J. VANDER KAAY Photo by E. J. Fronken TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap- phances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. America's Favorite Knit Shirts . Puritan Ban-Lon Nylon Roam sportsweor country U. S. A. in Puritan's Ban-Lon® shirts. Machine washable ond dryoble, won't shrink or stretch out of shope, brilliant clear tones. S-M-L-Xl. MEN'S SPORT FURNISHINGS STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Each Brookview classic full fashioned button plaquet in 12 colors. $8.95 Brookzip — zipper plaquet in 4 popular shades. $8.95 Brookwell — attractive two tone trim on collar ond pocket. $8.95 Rliodes puts Ban-Lon in a Boy's World Nylon knit shirt that ploys hord ond feels soft. Woshes fast ond eosily, holds its shope, never gets fuzzy. 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