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Upland News, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1974, Upland, California Your Local News Office 680 W Foothill Blvd Suite E Upland Phone 985-3b15 The Upland News Eightieth Year, NO. 22 THE UPLAND NEWS established 1894. Adjudicated, qualified to publish legal advertising Upland, California, Thursday, August 29, 1974 YOUR COMMUNITY-MINDED NEWSPAPER 24 Pages 10 Cents Baton students twir to success i n Upland TWIRLING Upland Baton twirling class advanced class from instructor Judy Tison puts her beginning class through their High School girl s routines. Open to youngsters from age 5, the beginning class formation call me meets Wednesday afternoon from to p.m. and the 13o2, ext. 55 or 56. p.m. to p.m. in the Upland By DON HAM "Okay now. What's the first thing you asked the slender, casually dressed woman of her class of 5 to 8 year old girls, each of them squirming to get started. "Put your baton down and bend your knees." she said, watching closely that each young baton twirler made the correct move at the correct time. "Okay At ease." "Attention. Begin. One, two, three, four One. two. three, and the girls followed her lead, some of them mimicking her every movement, others trying but hesitating, looking at their teacher to see what to do then focusing attention on their own bodies to achieve some-kind of control, some seemingly confused at what they're supposed to do with the long, shiny metal object. The baton class for beginning students is taught by Upland Recreation Department instructor Mrs Judy Tison Wednesday afternoons from 3 30 p.m. to 4 30 p.m. Mrs Tison teaches an advanced class the same day from p.m. p m and solo baton also. "I think it's the greatest thing in the worid for girls. It's good for them physically and they learn sportmanship. how to get along with others. They do learn a lot of Mrs. Tison said during a recent class held in the Upland High School girl's dance room. The girls also "have an awiul lot of fun." she emphasized. Mrs. Tison, who has been teaching baton for 17 years, one year with the Upland Recreation Department, is looking for more students. Classes have dwindled because of summer vacations. News briefs Harry Snowden named Ham- Snowden. of Upland, a retired business man. has been named treasurer for the Old Baldy Shrine Ciub. He was mtroduced formally by A, Shrine Temple Potentate Marshall J. Wilrags at a dinner dance last Saturdaj. evening at the Pomona Elk's Club. Symposium offered Registration is now being held for the Chaffey Union High School District Adult Evening School's 1974 fall symposium on "You and the Law' to be offered in Oc- wnposium. a series of four lectures by outstadmg professional.people in the field of "law. is open to the public as a community service sponsored by the Western San Bernardino County Bar Association and the evening school Since enrollment is limited, admittance to all lectures will be by ticket on Tickets mav be obtained, free of charge, at the adult school office. i24o A. Euclid Ave Ontario or by calling 983-2010 Adult classes open Recitation for fall classes in the Chaffey Adult Evening School open to Upland residents, is now under way at the adult school office on the Chaffey High School campus Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon. 1 p.m. to 4 p m. and p.m to 9pm and Friday from 9 a.m. to noon and 1pm to 4 p.m Classes, tuition free to local residents, are open to students 18 years of age or older. For more information, call the adult school office at 983-2010. City of Hope event set JUDY TISON Upland Recreation Department baton twirling instructor Judy Tison shows 8 year old Denise Perez of her beginning class how to do a figure eight. There are now openings in the year around class. Evening at winery planned by council The Claremont-Montclair Chapter City of Hope, also representing the community of Upland will hold its annual fashion show and luncheon Saturday, bept. a, 11 a m at the Pomona Elks Club. 1417 W. Holt Blvd. The public is invited. All proceeds from the show will go to the City of Hope Hospital m Duarte. a tree pilot medical center. For ticket reservations, call 626-1456 or 626-5149. Donations are Handcrafts group meets The Upland Handcrafts Club will hold its next meeting- workshop Thursday. Sept o. from 10 a m to 1 p.m. in the resource room of the Upland Library. 450 N. Euclid Ave. The club open to Upland women of all ages who are interested in crafts ana hob- bies. meets the HrM and third Thursday of each month. For membership informa- tion. call 982-5352 College registration open Registrar for fall day and evening classes at Chaffey Collie wiH be .held Wednesday and Thursday. Sept. 44 and Tuesday and Wednesday. Sept. 10-11 at uie The Women's Sen-ice Board of the Old Baldy Council, Boy Scouts of America, with Iroops in Cucamonga. Alia Loma, Upland, Montclair. La Verne, San Dimas, Walnut, Rowland Heights. Diamond Bar, Chino, Oaremont, Pomona and Ontario, will hold an "Evening at Brookside Wednesday, Sept. 31 at 6 p.m. to cam money for the council The per couple donation will cover a tour of the winery, located m Guasli, wine tasting and a "sumptuous" Basque Board President Mrs. Robert D. Taylor will welcome guests to the meal in the winery's Copper Room to start the evening. Mrs Kenneth E. FowJkes and Mrs. Donald R. DesCombes are co- chairmen. Assisting with tours and tasting nill be MT-S Ronald Brundage, Mrs. John Forbes, Mrs. Jerrold R. Gonce, Mrs. James T. Johnson, Jr., Mrs. Richard S. Kirkendall, Mrs. Leslie Maim, Jr., Mrs. Vincent F. Martin, Mrs. Mark Maury, Mrs. Craig McManigal, Mrs. Daniel B. Milliken, Mrs. William F. Montgomery, Mrs Robert J. Shaoklett. Mrs. L Toothaker, Mrs. Robert T. Yonder Kerth and Mrs Roger S. Wheeler, immediate past president. Also helping will be Mrs Alan Bond. Mrs. Roy O. Day and Mrs. James Edwards. Service board members maintain a uniform bank of donated scout clothing at the council office in Ciaremonl lo assist needy boy scouts. Any boy unable to purchase a uniform may come to the "bank" and be fitted with a uniform from the stock on hand. in May, the service group sold ice cream to boy scouts at the Scoutarajna at the Pomona Fairgrounds. Profits were added to the council's funds lo benefit scouts. Profits Jrom last year's Evening at Brookside went toward the purchase oi a security system for Ihe Oaremont offices Reservations for the evening al the winery must be made by Wednesday, Sept 4. For reservations, contact or mail a check for to the Old Baldy Council, 120 W. San Jose Ave., Claremont 91711, telephone 626-3551. former students are required to obtain registration permits from the ad before they can enroll. Office hours arc Monday through Thursday irom 7 Si a m to 9 p m. and Friday from 3 m. to 4 p m. wmw informattfn. visi! or call the admissiw- oilice a1 987-Uw Library closed The Upland Public Library has announced that it will be closed In public today due to the installation of new carpeting. librarv will reopen tomorrow. For larthcr mfomalion. call llic library- a! M2- 1361 For library patrons' convenience, an addilwna! information has been added for Jhis week, 985-9917. Ceramic classes to be offered in fall The number of students fluctuates during the summer. She estimates that there are normally 25 students in her beginning class, for girls age five and up. and 35 students in her advanced class for ages nine through 15. Both classes are held year around Mrs Tison feels that if twirling "took hold" in Upland, "it would really be something." Mrs. Tison knows the art of baton twirling from experience as a champion twirler in high school and college, her years as a teacher and as a judge. In high school, she was Midwestern States Strutting champion and Miss Majorette of Colorado. She was also Colorado State Baton Twirling Champion for four years. Miss Tison recently returned from Notre Dame University where she was a judge for the third year in a row at the world twirling championships and Miss Majorette of America Pageant. She is a registered National Baton Twirling Association judge and teacher. It's very inexpensive to join one of the twirling classes, she said Class fee is per month per student. Each new student is required to purchase material and make their own Highlander plaid, Scottish-like uniforms, with an average cost of each. The beginning class "The Highlanders Beginning Baton and the advanced class. "The Highlanders Baton Classes in ceramics will be offered this fall Mondays from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Alta Loma High School and Wednesdays from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Chaffey High School by the Chaffey Adult Evening School. The classes will be basic courses in pottery making, utilizing both Corps." have performed in parades throughout the San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys in the past, including the Rialto Fourth of July Parade where both groups won first place last year. The group plans to participate in parades in Culver City, West Covina, Rialto, Diamond Bar and Van Nuys this year. "We hope to go to Las Vegas in May for El Dorado Days parade and Mrs. Tison said. This year, the groups will operate as a team with the Upland Recreation Department's drum corps which is just forming In her classes, Mrs. Tison" begins by teaching the fundamental twirls, including the two-handed twirl, the.wrist twirl, horizontal twirls, thumb toss twirls, figure eight twirls and others. She then drills her classes on marching routines to prepare for parades. How good a twirler becomes depends on the child herself, she explained. I depends on how much practice they put into it and "how far they go with it." "It's not she said, "if you love it." Mrs. Tison lives in Upland with her husband. Jim, and son, Scott: 10. For information about registering your child in a baton twirling class, call the Upland Recreation Department, Upland City Hall, 982-1352. ext. 55 or 56. Art exhibit held at Upland library now The paintings of a local art class held each week at Colony Park. Upland, will be on display in the multipurpose room of the Upland Library; 450 N. Euclid Blvd. through October. Students with paintings on display from Marilyn Blizzard's Thursday evening class include Maria Carnessale. Ruth Hansen, Myrtle Hubble, Henrietta Walkmaster and Harriet White. The exhibit is open to the public during regular library hours, Monday through Thursday from 9.15 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from a.m. to 6 p.m. Two classes under the direction of Mrs. Blizzard start in September. One class will begin Tuesday. Sept. at 1 p m. at St. George's Church. Ontario and the other starts Thursday. Sept. 26 at 7 p.m at Colony Park. Former and new students may register at the class the first day of classes Girl placed on dean's list Robin Franham has been named to 'the dean's list for the spring semester at California State College, Sonoma. The list consists of students who earned at least a 3.5 average (B plus) for 12 or more units of letter grade work. Sponsored by the Chaffey College Community Education program, there is no fee charged for the classes. Annual chicken barbecue Sunday The Upland Breakfast Lions Club will present their fifth annual chicken barbecue Sunday. Sept 1 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Upland Memorial Park. Donations of for adults and SI 50 for children under 12 will go toward community projects, boys and girls activities and services for eye care Included in the ticket donation will be a drawing for S100 worth of steaks. The winner need not be present. On the menu will be a "healthy" serving of chicken. Chino corn, "all you potato salad, bun and butter. punch or coffee and ice cream. Tickets may be purchased at the park or from any Lions Club member. fundamental hand forming methods and the wheel throwing process A variety of high fire decorating and glazing techniques will be introduced. For enrollment and registration information, visit or call the adult education office at Chaffey High School, CHICKEN BARBECUE Upland Breakfast Lions Club membersFred Taunton, left, and Wes Wessel examine a rubber theyjre about to orepare for the cWs annual chicken barbecue, to be held Sunday, Sept. 1 from 4 p m. to 8 p.m. at Upland Memorial Park. For ticket donations of S.rt for adults and for children -under 12, they'll promise to feed chicken eaters nothing but the real thing. .'SPAPERf
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