Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 30, 1964 · Page 2
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 2

Redlands, California
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Thursday, April 30, 1964
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2 - Thurs., April 30, 1964 kedlands Daily Pacts PC let If MISS JOSEPHINE RK&Y Sodctjr Editor Young Artist Contest Winners To Play At Bowl Receive Cash Awards ARRANGE PANHELLENIC COFFEE - Mrs. Williom I. Rose, Mrs. Fred G. Johnson and Mrs. Phillip B. Campbell, from left, look over the oHractive displays of sorority pins to be on exhibit Saturday morning when Redlands Area Panhellenic entertains senior high school girls at the annual College Information Coffee. This year's event will begin at 9:45 at the Country Club with Mrs. Johnson as chairman. (Daily Facts photo) Panhellenic Coffee For Senior Girls To Be Saturday Redlacds Area Panhellenic has sent invitations to senior girls at Redlands and Yucaipa High schools *n ztlend their annual College Information Coffee Saturday morning at 9:45 at Redlands Country club. The affair is planned for girls who intend to continue their education at various colleges ne.vt year. Their mothers have also been included on the invita­ tions. The purpose of the event is to inform the mothers and daugh ters of the customs and procedures of college and sorority life. A discussion of the social and academic- standards, clothing and expense cUfferences on various campuses and sorority and rushing procedures is planned. On the panel vdll be Pan­ hellenic members Mrs. George W. Paul and Mrs. Edward McClusky and high school seniors Allison Paul and Michele Scott. Miss Barbara Cram will be the narrator. Time will be alloted to answer questions from the guests. Mrs. Fred G. Johnson is chairman of the affair, assisted by Mmes. Arnold Boogher, Don aid Daniels, Chester E. Quick and Craig B. Warren. Mrs. Don Ofis Takes Cope PTA Presidency Mrs. Donald B. Otis was installed as president of Cope Junior High school PTA following this week's meeting of the board. Council president Mrs. A. F. Zeller conducted the installation of Mrs. Otis and of Mrs. Donald E. Araegard, vice president; Mrs. Edward F. Dibble, recording secretary; Mrs. Louis G. Lubinsky, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Albert S. Hortou Jr., treasurer, and Mrs. Byron C. Huey, historian. Mrs. Jerome H. Johnson, past president, presented the of ficial president's pin to Jlrs. Otis who in, turn gave Mrs. Johnson the retiring president's pin, thanking her for her out standing work of the past P.T.A. year. Mrs. Robert Break, past vice president, presented a silver dish and spoon to Mrs. Johnson on behalf of the retiring board. Committee members for the coming year were announced by the new president. They are Mrs. J. H. Johnson, parliamentarian; Mrs. E. W. Cleaver, budget; Mrs. T. 0. Wright, CopeUe co-chairman; Mrs. Leslie Price, hospitality; Mrs. Manuel Rivas, AAUW Board Convenes Redlands AAmV board ap proved helping to pay expenses for nine delegates to slate con vention when board members met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Frank R. Serrao, 823 Serpentine drive. Mrs. William West was assisting hostess. The convention is scheduled for May 13-15 in San Francisco. Chairmen reporting included Mrs. Carroll J. Coons, National Education Week dinner, and Mrs. George R. Hewey on cur rent legislation. A joint meeting for old and new board members is slated for May 25 at the home of Mrs. Fred D. Monroe. magazine; Mrs. C. L. Wimberly, membership. Mrs. Frank Rossi, welfare; Mrs. Norman Gadbois, 9th grade representative; Mrs. Har old Hartwick, parent education; Mrs. Robert Van Roekel, publicity; Mrs. T. F. DeBau, pub licity book; Mrs. R. E. Molt, Cope Capers; Mrs. W. T. Hartzell, honorary life membership; Mrs. Martin Gonzales, health; Mrs. Einar Schmidkunz, character and spiritual education; Mrs. W. F. Hess, telephone, and Mrs. Charles Holcomb, 8th grade representative. ' Norton's Garden Club To Help Af Paffon Show Mrs. Charles L. Wimberly presented the trophy won at the Orange Show to Arrowhead Garden club when members met recently at the home of Mrs. Albert Boot in San Bernardino. The club won first place in the amateur' gardens division. Mrs. Wimberly was chairman of the club project. Mrs. John 0. Spencer, district chairman of garden thera peutics, announced a flower show to bo held for patients at Palton hospital by San Bernardino Garden Club District. She enlisted volunteers to help with judging and with the serving of refreshments. Arrowhead Garden club also voted five dollars for the Pat ton show. Mrs. John C. Cruise, club ad viser, gave timely comments on care of the garden in the spring. Arrowhead Garden club is composed of wives of members of Norton Air Force Base Officers' club. Hostesses with Mrs. Boot for the recent meeting were Mrs, Joseph F. Montgomery and Mrs. Charles Beaumont KARL'S HAS EM! BY YEAH! YEAH! YEAH! BE THE FIRST IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD TO WEAR THE BEATLES SNEAKERSI * X ^SHOES OPEN FRI. NITES TIL 9 10 State St. Downtown Redlands Five young musicians, win ners of the annual Young Artists competition sponsored byj Associates of Redlands Bowl, will share in cash awards and will be presented in concert at Redlands Bowl on the evening of June 30. Tomorrow's Redlands Bowl Day, an annual tradition with the Aslsociates, is a means of securing Snancial assistance to make the youth awards possible. Virgil Camp, this year's con test chairman, today announced the results of last Sunday's judging in Clock auditorium at Redlands High school. In the senior piano division, winner was Mack McCray of Watsonville, pupil of John Robertson at the University of Redlands. Claire Sheldon of Yucaipa, violinist and student of John Gob at the U. of R., placed) first in the senior isstrumental division. There were no voice winners selected this year, says Mr. Camp. Junior instrumental winner was violinist Lynn White of Highland, student at Pacific High school in San Bernardino whose teacher is Leopold Cichocki. Two young pianists shared first honors in the junior piano division. They are Cecelia SaW' yei' of Redlands, papil of Vera Van loan and 1963 innner of] the Spinet auditions.vho was presented as soloist in the first Youth Concert of the season last October with the University-' Community Symphony; and Diana Jane Wilson of San Bernardino, student at San Bernardino High school, pupil of Alexandra Grow Jenks of San Bernardino and also coadiiiis with John Robertson at the U. of R. Assisteens Plan Insfallation Plans for their annual meeting wen made during the April meeimg this week of Assisteens at the home of Cyndy Stockton, 1625 Henrietta street Katy| Power was co-hostess. Officers will be insUlled at the annual meeting; to be luncheon meeting. They are Candy Leonard, president; Debbie Banta, vice president; Deb[lie Schindler, cooresponding secretary; Katy Power, recording secretary; ' Cynthia Adams, treasurer; Kathy Kiley, publicity; Jaaie Steaefajem, social Ichairman, and Linda Baker, calendar chairman. A talk and demonstration on make-up formed the program for the April meeting. Imparled Reindeer Wliei|%^liip^a's wild caribou had bea virtually depleted, the U.S. govenunent imported reindeer from Siberia to found a herd as a continuing source of meat and hide for the Eskimos. Shakespeare Play Opens Af U,R. Tonight The University of Redlands Shakespeare Festival will reach a climax with tonight's opening production of "The Merchant ofl Venice" at 8:15 in the LitUe Theatre on the Zanja. Other performances are scheduled for May 1, 2. 7, 8 and 9. AU are nearly sold .out, but ibr the few remaining seats, I interested may contact Betty Gamsey, drama department. University of Redlands, Albert and Bertha Johnsons' production of the colorful and controversial comedy is enhanced by Nonnaa Baffrey's original music that lends added authenticity to the Italian Re- Inaissauce treatment of the play. Another feature of the festival will be performances of Albert] Johnsm's vignette vertioas of| other Shake^)eare plays in the patio of the Peppers Art Center May 4, S and 6 at 4 p.m. Ad- BPW District Conclave Noted A report of the annual San Oreo District convention was presented by Agnes Espelin and Fleeta Mae Percival during the Tuesday evening business meeting of Redlands Business and Professional - Women's dub at the Chamber of Commerce. Other brief reports were given by members, ten in number, who attended last weekend's conclave at the Newporter [Inn at Newport Beach. A University of Redlands stu- !dent was present Tuesday evening, speaking and showing slides of the Navajo Project B.P.W. installation dinner is {scheduled for May 12 at the Elks club. 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