Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 6, 1963 · Page 3
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pcietif JUSS JOSEPHINE REAY Sodety Editor Richard Schweitzer Jr. Claims Portland Girl As Bride Of interest to friends of the bridegroom's family in Rediands is news of the recent marriage of Sherril! J. Manning of Portland, Ore., and Richard Henry Schweitzer Jr., son of Jlrs. Chester S. Mattison (Adelaide Hundley) of Rossmoor and Richard H. Schweitzer of Anaheim. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hundley, 220 West CiTiress avenue, are grandparents of the bridegroom. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard E. Manning of Portland. The ceremony was performed at 1 o'clock on the afternoon of June 22 in the First Presbyterian church in Portland in the presence of about 30 relatives and intimate friends. Dr. Lawrence Mitchel, pastor of the church, officiated. The ballerina length bride's dress was fashioned of white satin. Her illusion veil was fingertip length and a •white orchid was placed on the white Bible she held during the ceremony. Her only attendant was .Mrs. Merlin Ballensky of Corvallis. Ore., dressed in aqua satin and carrying a bouquet of carnations David B. Bell was best man and ushers were John Flanagan and Clifford Howell. Little Michelle Manning, cou sin of the bride, was flower girl, Mrs. Manning chose a dress of rose lace for the occasion and Mrs. Schweitzer was in blue sat in. After the reception, also at the church, the bridal couple left for a short honeymoon at Spirit Lake Wash., aftra- which they left by plane for Washington. D.C., where the bridegroom is attending a political science institute. Later this month, they will go on to New York City where he will be at United Nations with an American university group. After more (ravel later in the summer, the couple will return to a home in Northridge, The bridegroom will attend graduate school at UCLA in the fall. Both he and his bride have been attending Oregon State university in Corvallis, Ore. Dorothy Weis Takes Post In VFW Auxiliary Dorothy Weis was elected to fill the vacancy as conductress during the Wednesday evening meeting of Ladies Auxiliary to Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2062 at the home of Thehna Creacey. President Betty Stewart installed Mrs. Weis and gave the officers charge to both Mrs. Weis and to Mrs. Creacey who was appointed secretary. Hermina Littiewood reported on the hospital party for Unit W at Patton State hospital and Mrs. Stewart reported on an interesting trip to Sawtelle hospital in Santa Monica. Au.\iliary had received two cita tions from Department at the convention in Fresno, one for work in Americanism and another for work in civil defense. Also at the Third District meeting, Rediands was awarded a ci tation from National and Department headquarters for 100 per cent membership. A personal ci' tation was received by Mrs. Stewart for her dolls displayed at the convention. They are scale models of Auxiliary members. A card party is planned for the evening of August 21 at the Edison company building, starting at 7 o'clock. It was decided that during the summer months the Auxiliary would meet on the first Thursdays at the home of Lydia Christal, 116 Parkwood drive, at 7:30 p.m. Following the meeting, a hand- It was noted that the Rediands kerchief shower was held for Joan WEDNESDAY DUPLICATE BRIDGE WINNERS Seven tables took part in Wednesday afternoon's duplicate bridge game at the YMCA. North- South winners were Mrs. Harold Hope and Lyle Kennedy, first; Mrs. Geneva Reiter and Mrs. Geraldine Wright, second; Mrs. Orville Hayward and Mrs. Chris Barnes, third. East-West winners were Miss" Jennie Hanlon and Mrs. Jack Neblett, first; Mrs. Harry Meadows and Mrs. Charles Gray, second; Mrs. Robert Cox and Mrs. Lewis Pierce, third. Irish, retiring conductress, who is moving to the state of Washington. Guests for the meeting, held in the patio, were Mrs. Christal and Rosie Ramos. By Ruth MilUH ^ Parents who are too ambitious for their children often subject the youngsters to extreme pressure. It starts when a child is in the first grade. And the older he gets, the greater it becomes. Unless his grades are the highest that can be achieved, the over- ambitious parent shows disappointment. Mom takes herself off to school to berate the teacher. Dad offers the boy a bribe for every top grade mark he can get. And with every good intention. Rediands Daily Facts Saturday, July 6, 1963 - 3 these parents have blindly started a potential cheater on his way. Why do youngsters cheat to attain parental goals? Because children want to please their parents. They need their approval almost as much as they need food. And if all that the parents are interested in are grades, then the youngsters will get the grades somehow — even if they have to cheat to get them. Wiser parents don't push their children into cheating in order to save face at home. They are interested m knowing what junior learned today — not what grades he made for last month's work. If grades are low they take into account the fact that maybe their child isn't a near genius — even with the bright parents he has. They recognize other accomplishments besides grades. Is junior gaining in self-reliance? Is he happy in school? Does he remember what he learns — even though he may be slow to learn it? Is he making friends? Is he learning good sportsmanship? There's so much a child can get out of school besides grades that it is foolish of parents to set such a store by them that a child believes them to be more important than anything — even honesty^ TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. DOWNTOWN REDIANDS SAN BERNARDINO RIVERSIDE KEDLANDS Monday, .. 3rc/ Big Day of MRS. LARRY R. HAWKINS Sandra Jo Ford,, Larry Hawkins Wed In Las Vegas Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Ford, 806 Nottingham drive, announce the marriage of their daughter, Sandra Jo, to Larry R. Hawkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis R. Hawkins, 224 Valencia drive. The ceremony was performed June 21 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The couple are now at home in San Diego where Larry is stationed with the U.S. Navy at the Miramar Base. Both are graduates of Rediands High school, Sandy with the class of 1963 and Larry in 1961. Travel Talk Enferfams AARP Chapter Drs. Oswald and Irene Goulter, recently returned from a trip around the world, entertained the American Association of Retired Persons, Rediands chapter, at the Wednesday evening meeting. The Coulters showed colored pictures and commented on the various places they visited. They spoke of the friendliness of the people everywhere and the beauty of many of the places. The chapter is looking forward to the trip to Catalina Island planned for July 26. Anyone interested in this trip is invited to contact Mrs. Daisy Richard, 620 Monterey street. A few tickets are still available. Q—The bidding has been: Sootb West Nottb East l4k Pass 24> Pass J Yoa, Sooth, hcM: 4AQ865 V109 •KQ? 4K.94 What do yoa do? A—Bid three clnbs. Ion have s sonnd. openinr bid and cinb eopport TODAY'S QDESnON Your partner continues with a bid of three hearts. What do you do now? Answer SCaaday TREASURE HOUSE Your unused fomlture or appliances will find a ready market througb Classified Ads. HARRIS' GREAT 117' SEMI-ANNUAI Be here at 9:30 Monday and stay 'til 5:30 P.M. What a Savings Day it Will Be! Look for the Clearance Signs throughout the store that will guide you to Savings on women's dresses, coats, sportswear, or accessories, on apparel for the children, on furnishings and a variety of House­ wares. / Check These Examples of fhe Hundreds of Values Now af Harris' Men's Shorf Sleeve Sporf Shirfs Reg. $3.95 to $4.95 shirts in assorted colors, patterns and fabrics, sizes S-M-L. MEN'S SPORT FURNISHINGS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS $299 Clearance of Boys' Lacer Trunks Famous brand surfing trunks, lace front, wax pocket, assorted colors. Sizes 6 fo 20. Reg. $3.98. BOYS' FURNISHINGS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Terrific Savings on Boys' Sporf Shirfs Famous brand sport shirts in sizes 6 to 20. Reg. C / $2.98 and $3.98. Savings in time for summer needs! y J BOYS' FURNISHINGS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' off Terry Cioth Chaise Lounge Cover Fits all standard size pads, elastic bound for smooth fit, assorted colors. 100% cotton terry. NOTIONS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' 50 pc. Stainless Steel Kismet Pattern Replace your kitchen silver with this lovely stainless flatwear set ... at a terrific pricel Reg. $10.88. HOUSEWARES - BASEMENT - HARRIS' Better Handbags Greatly Reduced Fine group of better handbags at a great sav- Rtg. $3.98 ings to you, reg. $5.98 to $19,98 . . . now $4.00* fo $12.00*. HANDBAGS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Special Clearance of Straw Scuffles Cool and comfortable, fully lined, attractive trim w'rth flower and ribbon. S-M-L. NOTIONS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Nylon Lingerie Specially Priced to Clear Selection includes half slips, panties, gowns,* peignoir sets ... in feminine lace and em-lj broidered trims. Broken sizes and color*. Reg. $4 to $25. $288 $7W $3.98 $2w 99* ar •/3to'/2off Manufacturer's Closeout Slip Covers Reg. $12.98 J to $24.98 00 Give your living room or den furniture a new, cool look v^ith slip covers by Sure Fit . . . now at a terrific savings! Broken sizes and colors in florals and plains . . . easy to install, completely washable. DRAPERIES - BASEMENT - HARRIS' Sale! Casual and Cocktail Women's Dresses '/j to Vi off Reg. $19.95 to $65.95 Don't miss these exciting savings on a fine selection of cocktail and casual dresses in misses, juniors, and half-sizes . . . broken sizes and colors. Choose from prints and solids in assorted fabrics. WOMEN'S DRESSES - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Readymade Draperies Clearance group of assorted sizes in discontinued patterns. DRAPERIES - BASEMENT - HARRIS' '/20ff LINGERIE-2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Bedspreads Reduced to Clear Dropped patterns in troilored and chenille styles Tailored $8 in limited quantities. Reg. $12.98 to $15.98. Chenille $8 BEDDING - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Sofa Pillows Now Specially Reduced Assorted sofa pillows. in round, square, button ^ for $^ center styles reduced for clearance. ^ 4^ DOMESTICS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' *Plus Tax Orion Acrylic Bulky Knit Shrugs Wonderful value, reg. $6.98 Orion® acrylic shrugs in colors and black, mostly medium sizes. ACCESSORIES - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Cologne or Perfume Atomizers Choose from 2 patterns in floral design in these lovely china base atomizers. Reg $5. • COSMETICS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Bras and Cirdles at Clearance Price $288 Bras, regular, strapless and contoured styles, girdles and panty girdles, some in color, 25% to 50% off. Reg. $2.50 to $13.50 Now only $1.49 to $9.99 FOUNDATIONS - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Manufacturer's! Clearances! Broken Assortments ... No Phone, Mail, CCD. or Layaways

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