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2 - Friday, Apr. 24. m Redlands Daily Facts •r JOSEI>HINE REAY It's probably just as well that! not many people were aware that La Wednesday evening's, . audience at the concert by the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, a world reknowned violinist was seated in Memorial chapeL Yes — Jack Benny was there. A friend of the orchestra's director, Zubin Mehta, the noted •comedian is said to have driven .the maestro to Redlands and 'took his seat about ten rows back on the west aisle to en joy the music. He was recog- niied by some students who got his autograph during and after intermission as he went back; stage to join Mr. Mehta. We would love to have had the chance to see if his eyes are really as bhie as he says they are! It has been heartening to learn this week of the success, financially, of the socially successful "Night in Vienna" Redlands Bowl benefit party last Friday and-congratulations are still pouring in for all who worked so diligently with the busy co-chairmen, Marie (Mrs. W. C.) Miller and Jeanne (Mrs. M. N.) Estridge. We had the pleasure of meeting one of the Bowl's devoted supporters, Mrs. Clarence John-j son from San Bernardino who is a friend oi many years of our own Grace Mullen who is Newsman to speak to historical group Tom Patterson, feature writer| for the Riverside Press-Enterprise, will speak and show slides on "Mission Revival Architecture" at the Sunday meeting of the San Bernardino Historical Society to start at 2:30 p.m. at the Asistencia on Barton road. Mr. Patterson has long been interested in local and California history. He brings the historian's viewpoint to the events and revival of mission architecture of the late 1800's and early years of this cen tury. His writings include "River Man-Desert Man", a book he co-authored and a re cent book, just off the press, "Land Marks of Riverside' which will be available at the meeting. Refreshments will be served and the public is invited. the Bowl's founder. Mrs. John son never misses a program during the summer, except when traveling. A few years ago she was in Europe during Bowl season, but had the program brochure with her and kept reminding her traveling companions of what she was "missing" every Tuesday and Friday evening! Across from Mrs. Johnson sat another ardent Bowl fan, Mrs. Elbert W. Shirk of Redlands, and the two shared a common interest as believers in Grace Mullen's over 40-year struggle to make music and dance available to everyone. Hostess at the next table was a winter visitor, Eleanor (Mrs. Walter) Fox of Round Hill, Va., who isn't even here for the summer concerts, but whose generous support will help as sure pleasure for thousands of others. Entertaining at two spring parties, Barbara Johnson chose the Mission Inn's attractive Lea Lea room which provided an ex-otic background for her dinner guests. Thanks to Barbara, friends of Allison (Bums) and Lesley McBride who drove up from La Jolla for the weekend bad a chance for a rare visit with them at the party last Saturday evening. They brought their three little girls, Teiry, Cam eron and Lucy with them to Redlands and left them charge of Grandmother Esther (Mrs. John Scott) Bums while they attended the party. It was also "welcome home' to Babs and Ken (Maj. Gen. ReL) Webber, those happy wanderers just back from another cruise — this time by freighter to Africa. They stopped at many ports on the way and missed some, such as Panama, because of the troublesome situations brewing at the time, and their favorite city was Capetown. Chatting with Sue and Sid Hills, we got a kick out of Sue saying that she really didn't recognize many of the people present, "but so far I've seen Barry Goldwater and Nelson Rockefeller". It turned out that Goldwater was Dr. Joe Hayhurst and we never did discover who Rockefeller's double was. The Lea Lea room's pretty waterfall formed a backdrop for the dinner tables, arranged in a sort of "E" shape vrith a gorgeous arrangement of birds of paradise on the bng table and this was a party everyone hated to leave. Mrs.Wooldridge Elected President OfYucaipa Woman's Club Mrs. Taylor Wooldridge will succeed Mrs. Gardner Parker as president of Yucaipa Woman's club, having been elected at this week's club meeting. The slate of officers also in dudes Mrs. A. Blesse. first vice president; Mrs. Fred S. Fleming, third vice president; Mrs. Aldis J. Trefrey, record ing secretary; Mrs. Parker, cor- esponding secretary; Mrs. Edwin F. Woodruff, financial secretary; Mrs. D. D. Wilbur, treasurer; Mrs.- Esther Montgomery, auditor; Mmes. P. W. Todt, E. A. Bannister and Hattie Skinner, tmstees; Mrs. Leona Booth, parliamentarian, and Mrs. J. W. Toland, coordinator for the evening section. During the meeting Mrs. Parker congratulated Mrs. G. Sherer, history and landmarks chairman, for winning a firsti award at the district convention. She also showed the Federation banner given to Yucaipa Woman's club for havingj 78 new members this year and thanked Mrs. Charles E. Wyiie for her splended work. Introduced as latest new members w°re Mrs. Bruce Elliott and Mrs. Fairfax G. Saunders. Reports were given by convention delegates Mmes. Woold­ ridge, Blesse, Clara Hymes and J. Corlew. Mrs. Arthur Hughes introduced Mrs. Etta Lively who presented the program on "Down to Earth Gardening" She stressed the therapy of gar-, dening and gave many interesting and useful hints for garden, patio and terraces. Mrs. H. B. Seed, tea hostess and her eight hostesses decor -l ated the tea tables with yellow and purple iris. Pouring were Mmes. J. -Bondurant. B, Keame, J. L. Soutter and Trefry. ST. MISS JOSEPHINE: RCiY Sodety Editor Life Saving course to be offered afYMCA Salesmen honored The 169 retail salesmen who earned membership in Chevro let's San Diego Zone "Legion of Leaders Honor Club" and their wives were honored at the Ocean House in San Diego last Thursday in a gala evening of, dining, dancing and entertainment. Among the special guests from Redlands were SUnley Wassensar, Ralph Hadl, William D. Derby and Harry Spen cer, all of Lange & Runkel, Inc. A YMCA course in Junior and Senior Life Saving for boys and girls, men and women will be conducted at the Redlands YMCA starting next Tuesday April 28. The class will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 to 9 p.m. and cover approximately 22 hours of instruction. Persons enrolling for the course must have good all- around swimming ability and pass a pre-life saving test consisting of 1 — treading w?.ter for at least 60 seconds. 2 — stay afloat on your back and front for a total of five minutes. 3 — do surface diving witti head first and feet first surface dives and 4 — swim at least 20 ft. under the water 5 — swim at least a quarter of a mile dem onstrating the following strokes, crawl, breast stroke, side and life saving towing strokes on either side. Age requirements are Juniors, at least 12 years old and un der 15, Seniors, at least 15 years old and over. Cost for the course is $8 for non-members, and $3 for members. Instructors for the course will be Jim Eselin and Robert Silverman. For more information call 792-2700 at the YMCA. Look at a person when talking. The averted gaze indicates insincerity or lack of Interest. About People Dr. William E. Umbach, Dean of Graduate School and Sum mer Sessions at the University of Redlands, will be the featured speaker at a luncheon meeting of the Modem Language Asso ciation of Southem California, April 25 at the Mission Inn in Riverside. Also a professor of German at the University of Redlands, Dean Umbach will address a group of 400-500 teachers, speaking on "A Funnel for the FooUsh." NEWLY INSTALLED - Berenice Patton and Jack Krause, new worthy high priestess and watchman of shepherds for Redlands White Shrine, opened the first meeting of their term this week in Masonic Temple. (Photo by Stan Shuttleworth) White Shrine Leaders Conduct First Meeting Of New Term Clergy Wives Hear Dr. Beale "Psychology of Character was the topic introduced by Dr. Elizalieth Beale, psychologist, at the monthly coffee hour of] Clergy Wives of Redlands yesterday morning. Mrs. Clarence Russell and Mrs. Ralph HinUe were hostesses at the Russell home in Plymouth Village. Questions and discnssian followed Dr. Beale's talk. Devotions were led by Mrs. L. G. Bryan. Others attending were Mmes. Willard Sehurr, Otto De Groot. Donald Weemhoff, Robert Moore, Jack MoU- weiler, William Meek. William Woolworth, Samuel Wright, David Soltau, David Silke, Mark L. Andrews, Carl Doss, Lawrence Caraway and Henry| Radius.. Attending as a guest was Mrs. Mark J. Andrews who will leave for her home in Buffalo, N.Y.. the first of May. Hie next Clergy Wives meeting will be May 28 at the home of Mrs. Phillip Collin, 1344 East, Cplton avenue. Shrine Chanters In Concert At UR Tomorrow The era of the Barbershop Quartet will come to life when the Shrine Chanter of AI Malai- kah Temple are presented tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the Memorial Chapel on the University of Redlands campus. Also on the program under the local sponsorship of Redlands Shrine Qub are excerpts from musical comedies and many familiar' old favorites. Piano and organ music -will serve as accompaniment. According to Dr. Garald W. Parker, Redlands club president scholarship fund at the University of Redlands be established from the concert's proceeds. Tickets are available from Shrine members or ticket information may be obtained by calling the University of Redlands public events office, 793-2121. Berenice Patton, worthy high priestess, and Jack Krause, watchman of shepherds, presid ed for the first time since their installation at this week's meeting of Redlands ^Vhite Shrine in Masonic temple. Escort honors were given to Gladdis Schoolcraft and Thomas Miley, their predecessors in of fice, who were seated in the East. Also escorted and seated Housing project wins approval for Big Bear SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)- Location of a large scale hous ing project on three acres of Bear Valley Mutual Water Co. property at Big Bear Lake was approved Thursday by the County Planning Commission. The land is to be leased from the water company for 55 years by Waranteed Builders, Inc. The 65 units to be erected on the property will be sold in a condominium project. The site is on the south side of Lake view drive, between Gay and Lynn roads. The area is zoned for light industrial uses, which include residences. First aid class starts Tuesday An advanced first aid class under Red Cross auspices will be conducted at. Yucaipa high school by Mrs. Kenneth Stewart, starting April 28, it was announced today. ' The class will meet in Rm. 23 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. each Tuesday and Thursday for three-week period, Cross office said. a the Red TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap pliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. A Chinese potter's mark of confidence •Who was he? We only know that he made beautiful porcelain" end stamped it with his mark-so that there would be no guessing—no mistakes. Buyers had confidence In his quality and craftsmanship. His mark was easy for them to Identify. Today, we, too, tiave identifying marks-Brand Names. Brand Names are the names you know and trust; quality products you've depended on for years. The manufecturer "goes on recordlwith his advertising which sets a standard that he must live up to (or his sales will suffer). Because he knows he can deliver what he says he can, he readily Identifies himself with his products. Because of these reasons you can depend on Brand Names. They are a "mark of 20aj. century confidence" in ail the things you buy. When you buy Leadership. Brands, you know you are getting.ypurmone/s worth. BMNO NAUieS nUNDATIOH. MC.. IK Mtdlten AvuiBt, N.Y.IT BRAND NAMES Space ConUMii by the Itmm DAILY FACTS la the ^BrattiNam" Cause Adventlst Services REDLANDS SEVENTH Of Y ADVENTIST 520 Brookside avenue Eider Ben L. Hassenpflug Sabbath school 9:30. Morning worship 10:50. MENTONE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENriST 1144 Olivine. Melvin Turner, pastor. Sabbath school, 9:30. Morning worship 11:00. THE UNIVERSITY SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Comer Central and San Bernardino streets, Loma Linda. Charles W. Teel, pastor. Saturday services, 9:15, Sabbath school Worship service, 10:50. Vespers, Saturday afternoon. lOMA LINDA SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST HILL CHURCH W. K. Chapman, pastor. H. E. Beltz Jr., associate pastor. Sabbath school, 9:30 Saturday. Young people, 7:30 p.m. Friday. Services translated for the deaf. YUCAIPA SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST 35225 Ave. A (at Adams) Lawrence Scott, pastor. -Sabbath school 9:30. Morning Worship. 10:50 Saturday. Missionary Volunteers, 8:00 p.m. (Friday), in the East were Gladys Erickson, district deputy, and Arthur P. Crim Jr., district chairman of membership. Other past officers were Marea Shaw, Isabel Moore, Florence Sandefur, Dai Ramsey, Vera Mae Crim, Dorothy Anderson and Minnie Zimmer, all past worthy high priestesses of Redlands Shrine, Louise Doolittlc, P.W.H.P. of Ramona Shrine, Banning; Rhea Brooks, P.W.H. P. San Gorgonio, San Bernardino; Velma Adams, P.W.H.P. and Harry Adams, P.W.O.S., Vancouver, Wash. Guests were Mary Cook, Jane Brenegar, Jane Matich, all of Ramona Shrine; Helen Forester and Pearl Harmon, San Gorgonio; Marjorie Gordoux, Desert Shrine, Yuma, Ariz., and Vesta Oliver, Balthazar Shrine, Whit- Uer. Mrs. Patton is a delegate to Supreme Shrine, scheduled for May 11-15 in Los Angeles. Betty Ingram, prophetess, presented a monetary gift to Mrs. Patton from the Shrine officers. The dining room noted Public, Schools Week in decorations, The committee included Mary McLennan, Isabel Moore, Mary Chamberlain, Anne Klenik, Ma' bel Shuttleworth, Clara AnnabD Thelma Branscum, Archie Col ley and Clem Patton. German Film At UR Tonight "The only German film in the University of Redlands' Foreign Film Series v/iH be shown this evening at 7:45 in Hornby Sci ence Hall. Der Rest ist Schweigen" (The rest is silence) employs German dialog with English subtitles. Based on Shakespeare's "Hamlet," it stars Hardy Eruger as John Claudius; Peter Van Eyck as Paul Claudius; and Rudolph Forster as Dr. von PohL There has been some modernization in presentation, but the central plot and characters of] Hamlet" have been retained. Robert DeQuenne, prof, of] French and coordinator of the film series, recommends this German film "for literature, drama, and German language classes, and for film society and similar showings." The two films remaming in the series are: "A bout dei souffle" (Breathless), May 15; and "Fedra" (The devil's daughter). May 22. Tickets may be obtained at the door or from the Public Events Office at the University. We, the Woliien By RUTH MILLETT. If a woman is miserable because she lets her husband treat her as though she were . doprmat, she's going to be that way most of her life. Here's a reader who is unhappy because her husband doesn't "appreciate" her. _ she is willing to sit around the rest of her days unhappy and forlorn because she isn't "appreciated," that is going to be her lot in life. On the other hand, if she makes up her mind that she can get along without "appre ciafion" she can get satisfac tion out of a job well done, rather than figuring the job was done for nothing since it brought her no applause. Another reader is miserable because her husband enjoys making her jealoiis. She'll be miserable a good part of her life if she doesn't wake to this fact: a man who enjoys making the woman who loves him miserable isn't worth being miserable over. And here's a letter from 'woman who is unhappy because her husband never takes her anywhere. Instead of planning to go places by herself, she is all set to sit around the rest of her life, feeling sorry for herself because she is married to a shelfish man. And so it goes. Such letters, and they -are numerous, aU have two things in common. The first is that the wife has never bothered to figure out that a man can't make a woman miserable unless she is willing to be so on bis account. And the second is that they all want to know how they can change their husbands, instead of wanting to know how theyi can make a good life for themselves in spite of the things they are unhappy about. Mourning over your lot leads nowhere. Get out of your cocoon. Develop some interests. You'll find that not only is your husband unable to inflict his particular brand of misery on you, but that he doesn't want to any more. ' Teachers Of Yucaipa Pfan Dance For May Yucaipa Teachers Association sponsoring a • scholarship dance for adults only on Saturday, May 2 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the hall over the Food Fair Market in Yucaipa. The "Gravity Five", a band of high school teachers, will furnish music for dancing. Dance selections of the 20's, as well as popular tunes of the day, will be featured. Members of the and are Bob Carter, Ed Sotello. Jack Merrill, Vince Magana, and Al Figueroa, with Clay Brooks as vocalist. The dance is to raise funds to give a scholarship to a deserving graduating senior of Yucaipa High School. Tickets may be purchased from any faculty member of the Yucaipa Joint Unitied School District or at the door the night of the dance. Dale Hickman is serving as general chairman and will be assisted by Mrs. Mona Stam- baugb and Mrs. Sharon Mansfield, refreshments; Mr. Sotello, advertising; Leonard Waitman, Mrs. Stambaugh, Larry Stonghton, Ray Chapman, Mrs. Grace Van Horn, and Mrs. Gwen Marino, tickets. CUPID'S READY DALLAS (UPI) - The DaUas (^imty marriage license bureau is ready for the spring deluge. County Clerk Tom Ellis gave orders to remain open a half day on Saturday. Q—The bidding has been: East !•. Pass Pass pass Sontli Pass 2* ? West Pass Pass Pass North 3* 44 You,.South, hold: 4A2 VK3 47654.4AQ432 What do you do? A—Fan. Toor puteer nay bold onlr five spades but if he dMs iher wm ba good «ae* and torn sbanld Uj for tbe 10- tridc game, TODATS QUESnOK Instead ot bidding one spade alter Easfs pass, your partner doubles Wests one diamcod bid. What do you do now?. Answer Tamorroir Gordon Bennett D.D.S. announces his return to dental practice 334 Cajon St. Redlands 792-1775 lilllllllllllllllilllllllllllliillllllllllllll B COMING SOON!! if Grand Opening ill ** (ON OR ABOUT MAY Itt - WATCH FOR OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT) • ' GOETZ S 1 CAKE AND PASTRY SHOP 104 ORANGE STREET REDLANDS

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