Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 27, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 3

Redlands, California
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Monday, April 27, 1964
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Retha Lloyd Takes Zonfa Club Office "Spring Flowers" was the in- stanation theme used by Eliza beth Malpass, charter president, as she installed new officers of Redlands Zonta club Wednesday evening at Redlands Country club. President for 1964-65 is Ketha Lloyd with Ruth Posvic, vice president; Martha Mueller, corresponding secretary; Dorothy Beard, recording secretary; Bing Emmerson, treasurer; Geraldine Blackburn and Gretchen Gazzo, directors. Mrs. Lloyd received her gavel and president's pin front her predecessor, Doris Brose, who thanked her board and chairman for help during her successful year. Her report told of the club's growth, its civic activities and the $700 donation to the two -main projects, Crestview school and the School of Hope. ' - Invocation for the evening was given hy Evelyn Wilson. Helen Malpass served as organist. Plans for the installation meeting were made by Carol Cun-' nmgham, chairman for decora ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAV Society Editor Victor Valley Choir Here Tomorrow ZONTIAN LEADERS — Retha Lloyd, left, succeeded Doris Brose, right, to the presidency of Redlands Zonta club during recent installation ceremonies conducted ot a dinner meeting at the Country club. Maysc, Margaret Carrington, tion"s, assisted by Jewell AustinJHelcn Jones, May Gray and Jo- and Peggy Pugh. Also on the in- annc Boone, stallation committee were Lil -I Special guest of the cvenmg 1 i a n Abrahamson, Pauline was Marie Dubsky, treasurer of District 9. Members of the Riverside Zonta club were introduced by Mrs. Dubsky and each Zonta member present introduced herself and her guest. The Victor Valley High School Concert Choir of 85 voices, directed by Jack Andriese of Red lands, will present a benefit con cert Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the Highland Avenue Christian Reformed church. The, pubUc is invited. Highlighting the program will be a performance of Pachelbel's Magnificat in C for double chorus and organ. This was written for the first choral concert ever presented in New York City in 1735 and is described as a most effective work. Also to be heard are sacred music selections by Heinrich Schutz and Richard Farrant, late 15th atd IGth century composers, and Dale Wood's "Wake, Awake For Night is Flying" written last summer by the Riveside composer and introduced at the 1963 Feast of Lights at the University of Red lands. Guest organist for the evening and accompanist for the choir, will be Gene Vandcr Lugt, a Redlands Ifigb school senior this year. The concert will be a benefit tally retarded children near Los for the Salem School for mentally retarded children near Los Angeles. This is the choir's second appearance in Redlands and Mr. Andriese was invited to return this year after last season's successful performance. His young singers have been invited to par- Cus+om Credit Subject Of Talk Donald G. Williams, adminis trative platform assistant at Security First National Bank in Redlands, spoke on the bank's custom credit at the recent dinner meeting of the Credit Women's Breakfast club at Ring's restaurant in San Bernardino. Nadine Posey gave the invocation. Other members and guests present were Betty Hall, president; Bert Shover, Mildred Jones, Ethel Tumbull, Eva Steele, Dorene Hartford, Margaret Peach, Marge Gray, Nadine Posey, Nancy Dahlberg, Betty Heldt, Carol Diegan, Irene Casillas, Evelyn Garcia, Ann Carter, Helen Kress, Wanda Gallagher, Thelma' Scidlitz and Opie Norenbe'rg. Redlands Daily Facts Mon, April 27, 19M - 3 GOP "Roundup" Set For Thursday ticipate in a rehearsal with the U.R. Choir Wednesday afternoon. A "Candidates Round-Up" will be sponsored Thursday at t h e YWCA by Redlands Republican Women's club in order that its members and friends may have an opportunity to hear from local candidates and to submit any questions to them. The morning will begin at 9:30 when coffee will be served. Sirs. Hans Warjone, district precinct .chap­ man, and Mrs. Jack Beaver, local precinct chairman, will pour. At 10 o'clock, guests will be introduced and will speak briefly. A question and answer period will follow. Invitations have been issued to all local candidates. They are Judge Ben Alexander, Jack AI len, Charles Bierschbach, S. Wesley Break, Faith Deuprey, Stewart Hinckley, Ralph Kirsch, Jerry Pettis, Alvin Short, V. Dennis Wardle. According to Mrs. Lee Harris, president of Redlands GOP women, "A morning meeting at this time is appropriate in that it Avill give many women a chance to become better acquainted with the candidates who are otherwise tmable to attend evenmg affairs." Mrs. Donald Morland and her committee are in charge of arrangements for the morning. Mrs. W. H. Morrison wiU have a membership table set up and board members will receive the guests. A nursery will be provided for care of small children at no charge. TWO-DAY RUMMAGE SALE OPENS TOMORROW At the latest meeting, of the Lydia Society of First Christian Reformed church, a rummage sale was planned for tomorrow and Wednesday at 23 Cajon street, across from City HaD. DOWNTOWN REDUNDS V .AM •••IIIMTiin SAM nmukmomo nivcfcsioe RCOLANDC A Mother's Day Gift from Harris Heans More! (MOTHER'S DAY, SUNDAY, MAY JO) Gift Perfect .. . Nylon Tricot Lingerie by Hollywood Vassarette Remember Mother on her day with a gift of frothy nylon tricot lingerie . . . she'll love the pretty styles lightly touched with lace ... in heavenly shades. 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