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2 -Saturday, May 2, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts JOSEPHINE REAY Velva von Kaesborg, whose husband. Lek, is San Bernardino county campaign coordinator for Pierre Salinger in his bid for the Senate, has a new heart throb. It's Pierre himself! Velva was one of 100 South em California women Democrats invited to a champagne pool side party given for the former White House press secretary this week by the late President Ken nedy's sister and her husband Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lawfurd. The weather tables were turned that day — it was Wed nesday — and from a dark, mis ty Redlands she arrived at the Lawford home in Santa Monica to find the sun out in full force. No need for the many minks in evidence that were soon shed by fhcir wearers, she said. Salinger's sister was there and other Kennedy relatives to add to the party interest, says Velva, who reports that the can didate jokingly said that he feared he was "losing his im age" with the recent loss of 12 pounds! We haven't finished it yet. but are enjoying reading "The Kaiser", Virginia Cowlcs' latest book which is receiving sue favorable criticism. "Ginny", as she used to be known, spent < year in Kedlands with her "kin folk", the Frank Jackson family who at that time lived on Terra cina boulevard. She was a fresh man at the University of Red lands that year and those w h c got to know her remember her as a real fire-ball with personal ity plus. As far back as the raid-thirties, Ginny was writing for the London Times and then her first book, "Looking for Trouble", came out about 1941. In this one she told of her e.\periences in Spain during the civil war there. It's a real thriller. Then she turned to biography and her "Gay Monarch" shot her stock up high. Several others have followed and now with "The Kaiser", Ginny is really up on top. We understand that Ginny was married to the son of the then Court Chaplain in England some years ago and is still living in England. Jeannette and Harold Harris are counting the days again until they start oft on another trip. Tlus time, their mam objective is Russia, one of the few places in this world Ihey haven't been. In their honor, Ethel and Ralph Hammer, two more travel-minded Redlanders who will take off in the fall for another African safari, entertained at a recent "happy landings" party in their interesting trophy filled house. Little flags of the countries| to be included on the Harris itinerary made an iaterest ing and decoraUve display. Flying from New York to Copenhagen, the Harrises will go from there to Helsinki where they will take the train to Len- ingard. After a few days there, they will continue on to Moscow for about a week. Odessa and Kiev are on the travel schedule and then the satcUite Countries — Bulgaria, Roman ia, Yugoslavia, Poland. They'll fly home from Vienna. In Copei±agen, there will be a reunion of Redlanders as Jeannette and Harold meet Rose (Mrs. Sig) Kriegsman. Rose is traveling with a friend from Los Angeles, Mrs. Charles Stein, and they're in Paris today. Their stop in Copenhagen coincides with the Harris' arrival, after which Rose will continue on to Paris and London, coming home June 1. At the Hammer party. Jeannette had a pretty orchid lei to wear, brou^t back from the islands by Prill and Jim Sim onds. They spent most of their lime on this trip on the island Mrs. Morlan First President Of Clement PTA Elected president of the Henry G. Clement Junior High School P.T.A. this week was Mrs. Robert L. Morlan. Others elected to serve as officers of the newly organized imit were Mrs. Edgar H. Nilson, first vice president; Mrs. Gerald D. Smith, second vice president. Mrs. J. E. Sarretl, recordbg secretary; Mrs. Ira Newton, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Eugene Churchill, treasurer; Mrs. Paul E. Barron, historian, Mrs. Russell L. Glass, parhamentar- ian. Edward H. Smith was appointed auditor. .•\fter the election, Mrs. A. F. Zeller, P.T.A. Council president, installed the new officers and Sirs. L. G. Lubinsky presented the new unit with a gift of fifty dollars from the Cope Junior Ifigh School P.T.A. Chairman of the business meeting was Mrs. Robert G. Murray, of Fontana, president of the Fifth District of P.T.A. A total of 200 charter members was reported by Mrs. Frank L. Fatlarini, chairman of the membership committee. Refreshments were served by the hospitality committee headed by Mrs. W. D. Winchester. of Maui, Prill said. They timed their return so as not to miss the L.A. Philharmonic Orchestra concert closing the season. Prill is president of the Redlands Winter Concert Association. Marianne and Madison Finlay were busy taking congratu lations from everyone at the party for their brand new granddaughter, bom April 20 in Wurzburg, Germany, to daughter Joanne and Bill Craig. She's been named Meta (pronounced May-ta) Brooke Craig. Layne Masters Recital Tuesday Dennis Layne, graduate student at the University of Red lands, will give a clarinet re cital Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. in the UR Watchorn Hall as part o£ a master's degree requre- ment. He will be assisted by Joyce Springer, flute: Terry Newman clarinet; Carlta Conrad, French bom; Lynn E. English, bassoon; and Loraine Jorgenson, piano. The evening's program will include works by Debussy, Per- golesi and Brahms. Layne received his A.S. of, Science from Weber College, Utah, and his B.S. from Utah State University. He has taught at Lyman High School, Wyom ing, and is now assistant band director at the University of Redlands. With his wife and son, be lives at 32G Sylvan boulevard. REDLANDS NEW UNOSAY 6R0VE Air Conditioned LUXUBV APARTMENTS Z and 3 Bedrooms 1 and 2 Batlu • Single Story « FirepUcel • Lge. Private PaUo « Carpets # Drapes ^ rorced Air Heat Separate Sections lor Families Furnlilied or Unlurnlshed From $119. Model Apartment and Office SIT Jatton St. Cemcr JU4MJI if Central, Bedlands Phanes :9>-iR> or 78MTJS ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE KE.VY Society Editor I Music Arranged For Yucaipa Club Women Wilbur Schowalter, music consulUnt at Redlands High school, director of the popular A Cappella choir and also di rector of the commimity sings at Redlands Bowl during the summer season, will sing for Yucaipa Woman's club at thcu: meeting next Tuesday at p.m. Mr. Schowalter. who also trains the choruses for Bowl operas and operettas, is gifted baritone. He will sing arias from oratorios, art songs and sacred songs for the worn an's club members. His accom panist will be Cecilia Sawyer, Redlands High school student Mr. Schowalter will also direct the RHS giris' trio in songs from popular musicals. In the trio are Nancy Vandemeer, Ihla Jensma and Karen Dykstra. Cecilia Sawyer and Nancy Vandermeer will present piano selections. They are among stu dents selected to play at the California State Music Teachers convention in Redlands this summer. YOUNGEST FOOTLIGHTERS - louise Webb os Solly ond Gary Steiler as "Bibi" are making their debuts in the Foot- iighters' last show of the season, "Happy Time," to open at the Grove Theatre May 1. Pheyllis Slroud is directing the comedy written by Samuel Taylor. Reservations may now be made by mail by writing Box 444. iar\y reservations ore advisable. The ploy will run through May 23. THURSDAY MORNING BRIDGE RESULTS Five tables played the Howell movement for the Thursday morning duplicate bridge session at the YilCA. Results were Mrs. Henry Clark and Mrs. Ray Kcim, first; Mrs. Lewis Pierce and Mrs. Don Hair Stylist Invited To Girls PE Class .\ bit of instruction in proper hair control goes right along i^wis rierce ana i.irs. ^on-j^.^jth the course work in fig- aid Tlicmpson, second; Mrs. ^m^o,, i^ueves UR physic- yjctor Kcbely and .Mrs. Domia education instructor Mrs. McCracken, third: Mrs. Jack Little and .Mrs. Pclcr Prcda, fourth. YUCAIPA CDA COURT MEETING TUESDAY Catholic Daughters of America, Court Holy Spirit, will have social meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the social hall at St. Frances X. Cabrisi church in Yucaipa, beginning with a Dutch auction. Members are CREATIVE EXHIBITOR - Raye Hibbard of Redlands, 523 South University ttreet, is one of the students planning to display art works at San Bernardino Valley College in the annual art exhibit tomtorrow from 2 to 7 p. m. Drawings, painfings, sculpture, etchings, lerigraphs, lettering, ceramics, mwo\t and photographs will be displayed by both day and evening students. Admission is free. asked to bring atricles for the auction and also any old sheets that may be cut for bandages or old white shirts to make surgical robes for the missions. Social hour hostesses will b« Mrs. Teresa Simonsen and Mrs. Mary Schubniemen. "HOMEMAKERS" CLASS SPECIAL DUE TUESDAY Mrs. BcUy Attaerley will present a program on flower arranging as the special feature of nest Tuesday's "Homemakers Holiday" class at the "yW CA. Her demonstration is sched- Yucaipa AARP Plans Revealed May hospitality day is scheduled for Monday when members of Yucaipa chapter, A.A.R.P.. will meet at 10:30 a.m. in the Grange hall, followed by a potluck dinner and an afternoon of cards and games. A special feature of the May ISth business meeting at Yucaipa elementary school will be the introduction of the l.OOOtb member to join the chapter. The member's identity will not be revealed untU that day, according to President J. L. Soutter. Plans for a bridge cUss were made at the last meriting of the board. Tie class '<vill meet on Thursday sftirsoons, probably at the American Legion b a 1L Those interested are asked to call Mr. Soutter. Hie chapter president will lead a delegation to the Tri- County meeting in Palm Springs at Tamarisk Park on May 10. Prospective tour members are asked to contact Sumner Farrar if they wish to take the trip May 7 to Los Angeles to attend the Ice Capades or join the group on a seven-day tour of Arizona, Utah and Nevada starting May 10. Mrs. Louise B. Johnson announces the appointment of two additional captains in the "reassurance" program she heads. They are Mrs. Grace Mtmns, 2840 Mill Creek road, Mentone. and Mrs. Eunice Higgins, 250 Chestnut avenue, Kedlands. uled for 12:30 and the public ii invited to attend. Bctti Sherman And to handle that part of her course Thursday. Mrs. Sherman called in Ed Solomon, local hair styUst, who used one of the girls for a model and willidemonstrated various methods CACTUS SOCIETY TO MEET WEDNESDAY Dr. William Stewart speak on 'vUrican PlanU" atiof hair care and various styi- the meeting of Howard E.jings. Gates Memorial Cactus and Succulent Society next Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the San Bernardino County Museum. 18860 Orange street, Bloomington. Figure control is a regular unit in girls physical education at the University of Redlands. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads DOWNTOWN REDUNDS KAM »CRNAItSINO WVUISIUC RCOLAHOS Ho^l Playtex Bra for On/y ^2°° New Playtex Bra Fashion-Magic® Bra! Machine Washable Retains its perfect fit and shape even after months of machine washing. Elastic comfort band breathes with you . . . moves with you. White 32A to 36A. NOTIONS STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' DOWNTOWN REDUNDS Now! Get Famous Playtex Fit and Support. . . Plus Heavenly Stretch Comfort! Cv' New! 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