Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 19, 1969 · Page 10
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 10

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, February 19, 1969
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Rsdiondt • Doily Focb 10>W «dnMday, Feb. 19, 1969j JOSEPHINE Open House set for Saturday at Sepulveda Adobe HiJri fakes gifts fo Wesley Annex Yucaipa Woman's club ex- m-M club of the Redlands and games for the children, leads a special invitation to YWCA delivered over 20 bagsjEach gzl received a star for members, friends and all per-iof clothes and games, two bicy-! every three items brought in sons interested to attend (toen;^'*^ ^ * ^ ""^i^ the wmning team wiU be „ 7T^.." 7^ children at Wesley Annex Satur- guests of the losmg team at a House at the histonc Sepulve-j party in the near future, da Adobe Saturday from 10 a.m.' This is one of many services Wesley Annex is a temporary to 4 p.m. undertaken by the Hi-Tri as a home for children ranging in The Adobe is the oldest stand-service to their community. age from 5 to 12 who have no The girls sponsored a drive to other home at the time. The collect play clothes, dress-up capacity of the home is 20 chil- Halloween costumes dren. ing building in San Bernardino County and has been preserved, , by the San BemardlDO County"""^ Museum Association with the help of local interested persons n_ OrcAnn and Yucaipa Woman's dub. • DlSnop The property was purchased ini -/w^^ RmWKt^r J54 by the Association, deeded y'"^" OfOWier Baptist Women wi|i attend Friday seminar 1954 to San Bernardino County with' _|..L ., _„ »rr.m the provision that restored CI I/O program and maintained as a historic ^ „ , „ „. . , j » T j u. site, -me buading is registered E. Bishop present-, '-nie United NaUons and the as Historical Landmait No. 528 ed the program for members of Mission of the Church wiU be A bnmze plaque ^ placed the Browsers club ^^^ii^^tlr'ZL^^Z^^ al the site in November 1«8 by recent meetmg at the Bishop ,5^1 yeomen of Southern Califor- the State Park OMimi^on and^^^^^ „,g j ,o„tg y^f^ drive, jnia on Friday. The program consisted of pic- Meeting at tte Fint ^Ust tures taken by the Bishops on church. 5500 Alessandro boule- their recent trip to Alaska and vard. R >yer «de. the mo^g Dr. Bishop toW of some of their "ssion vriU be^ at 9 with on interesting experiences while: f^lress by Dr. fa"l Kopp pas- The monthly meeting of Ar- traveling. : ^r. "Temple BapUst Church, rowhead chapter. Daughters of Mrs. RoUa L. Whitman was; ^8^- Ttnl^ Natii^ the American Revolution, win be co-hostess for the dessert lunch-,?*^^^ ^X,^TR^^ at the home of Mrs. Paul B.;eon with Mrs. Bishop. A camel-'KeconciU- Wilson, 345 Summit avenue. Fri-|iia cMtctpiece was used on thej • . . „ Phmas nrofes- day at 1 p.m. The program wiU: taWe. I ^^'^ "' ^^'^r the Museum Assodation. DAR chapter to note History Month be on a patriotic theme, in keep- !sor of gover-Tment at the Uni- •.u TT-^--.. « «, ^- Grieder. memberiversity of Redlands. will present mg with History Monfli. Rev^iof the dub who is moving toja^ afternoon address, "Peace- Robert Perry of Umversity, pi,oenis. was present for herimaking-Worid Development.' Methodist church will speak on the subject, "What's Good About Amra-ica." Assisting Mrs. Wilson farewell meeting. Guests were Mrs. W. A. Throop, Mrs. Harrold Bdcher and Mr. Whitman. Mrs. Ivan Bdl. nadonal president of American Baptist Women and wife of Dr. Ivan Bell, at the tea will be Miss Lynda; The dub voted to make a me- 1 pastor of First Baptist Church! Budd, Mmes. Onas M. Ward, G. Calder Bennett, Francis Henderson, Earl D. Mmnick and Alphonso G. Prim. CITRUS VILLAGE monal dMaUon to AAUW m the Redlands, \vill be a member of name of Mrs. Margaret Parker ^ g, „,hich will examine the Ingham, dub member who died j questJo„ ..j^ yvhat Extent Is The recently. 1 Locaj women's Society Involved In This Program?" ' Other participants include ; Mrs. Leslie Tamblyn. state pres- I ident of American Baptist Wom' en: Mrs. Jan Addison, Ameri- jean Baptist missionary fo the Congo; Sirs. Philip Ray, mis-' • sionary speaker for Southern j California: Mrs. Vmcent Colet-: , ta. interTiational student advisor, j A reserved-plate luncheon will be served. IN BARRIE PLAY — Paula Sukowske of Yucaipa, Mary Jensen of Redlands and Pat Casey of San Bernardino are among members of the cast of James Barrie's "What Every Woman Knows" to be presented Friday and Saturday at 8:13 p. m. and Sunday at 2:30 p. m. by the SBVC drama department under direction of J. Stuart Campbell of Redlands. Vaughn Dee Armstrong of Redlands will play the male lead and John Head and Sherrill Bower, both of Redlands, are also in the cast. Cliff Cabanilla of Redlands is designer and technical director. Tickets will be on sale at the auditorium box office beginning at 45 minutes before each performance. (Photo by Dick White) • NEW HOURS • MoR. — Sat 7:30 aJL to 8 pjR. SHIL (We di Mt deu OR Sun.) 10-3 pJL W* tain prida in aur prataM 'Nnally finitliid# Iwndsivd chirts* INTRODUCTORY OFFER SHIRTS «-r 25< (With Y MT Dry CiMninf Order) N* LimH M ItembM- lltmt W« iMNidtr wr mmn shirts and do our own doMiNip on tho ptonittos* Citras Vaiagt — Sage's Redlands PHONE 793-3502 Lockfieed Wives plan lunclieon in Palm Springs Jilly's Restaurant of Palm Springs mil be the locale of the Lockheed Ladies Luncheon on Thursday, February 27. Codctail hour is at 11:30 a.m. with luncheon beginning at 12:30. The program will feature Clifford Farrar. Redlands jewder. m a program of "Fashions and Fancies m Jewels." Lockheed wives and their guests are wel- •rJojoac fr«m ti,^ ii-i..^...-:!,, «f CO"!* 'o attend. Reservations ^fJZlT. *^Sr:^."^„l' made with. Mrs. G. R. Thefa alumnae greef acfives and pledges Alumnae of Alpha ITieta Phi i sorority met Monday evening at i the home of Mrs. Eugene Oud- lette, 1805 VaUe Vista drive. Mrs. Gary Troyer, president, ; welcomed the aptives and DEAR POLLY — Toni wanted to know how to dean her shag rug as the fuzz clogged up her vacuum cleaner. Usmg a large brush roller that is intended for setting hair and brushing the Redlands and a skit was Pre- cl^mbauehliv Fridav"" " ™S in one dirccUon will clean sentcd by the seven new mem- Arrangements for the lunch- very nicely. We use this tech- POLLY'S POINTERS By Polly Cramer • hers. eon are bemg made by the is not necessary to measure for each electrical outlet He rubbed petroleum jelly on the outer edges of each outlet box, held the paneling against it and a perfect imprint was left on the back. This elimuiates the need for the tedious job of measuring the paneling before cutting Joining m the "Scream Night" luncheon chairman, Mrs. N. Mil acUvitics were Mrs. Hartwelljakovich, assisted by Mmes. R. H. Epstem, G. R. Makepeace, G. C. Panelli. G. R. Stambaugh and D. Wierferecht. inique in our home. Also Toni can i "1 P*'°V,SS RANnv .1,^,., ».... «iMH«<: holes for ouUets. — RANDY DaiTS, co-hostess; Mmes. Kurt j Grange, William Hardy, Richard I Leonard. John Mehl, Dean Molla, Joel Newcomer. J. Gerald! Ross, James Russell, Pat Ser-' , . «« Uc. David Wcsteriield, RayjYomen QOlterS Whitmus: and the Misses Cathy: . ± Carter. Marilyn Fairbanks. Sue JQ haVe \JUeSt I. Freed and Susie Wohlers. throw her rug into her clothes dryer, on the gentle cycle, and she will find the fuzz will be removed. — JULIE DEAR POLLY — I want to tell Toni not tc try to vacuum ; her shag rug. Go to the hard- Anfiques Show opens Thursday in Riverside The liXh Annual Riverside Antiques Show win open tomorrow m Riverside 's Memorial Auditorium, 7th and Lemon streets, aoi will continue through Sunday. Hours are from 1 to 10 p.m. tomorrow, Friday and Saturday and from 1 to 6 on Sunday. Articles from all major collecting categories are mduded in tbe ediib^ of 131,000 difier- ent objects. These mdude funn- ture, jewdry, art glass, silver, I dolls, pewter, docks, pamtmgs, books, brass, porcelains and weapons. Among featured heiiis is a rare table lamp of Tiffany Cypriote glass valued at S22S0. I AnoQier exhitnt offers a collection of original Audi^boo liOio- eraphs. circa 1840. and several bodes from the personal library! of L. Frank Baum, "Wizard of Oz" author. Most items in the show willi DC on display for the first time! and come from all parts of the world. Encampment and Auxiliary joinfly install Installation of officers highlighted the recent meetuig ofi Redlands Encampment and its! Ladies*Auxiliary with James' and Cecelia Vobara, district deputy grand patriarch and matri-! arch, and thdr staff conducting; the ceremonies. Lee and May Messeral were the installing wardens. Installed chief patriarch and matriarch were Ernest Berkley and Gladis Holt; senior wardens, Fred De Priest and Bernice Berkley; junior wardens, Lawrence Osborn and Ethd Pierce: high priest and priest ess, How-cird Keener and Edna Larson; scribes, Joe and Grace! Matula. Treasurers, Bert Gumey and Lucy Warren; sentinels, Lau -l rence Holt and Winnie De Priest. Appointed are Ludlle Keener, guide: Hershel McQuinn, Roy Nelson and Ray Curtis and Myrtle Ctute. Fred Schira and Jessie Gumey, watches; Lois Nelson, musician. 1 Edna Mae Peters of Riverside! was soloist, accompanied at the piano by Lois Ndson. Mabel Taylor, district (86) deputy grand matriarch, and several members of her committee were present Other guests were from Hemet San Jacinto, Beaumont Sunnymead, Riverade, Yucaipa and Redlands. May Mallory intro-i duced her escort team from San Jacinto. On the refreshment committee were Edna Larson, Myrtle Curtis and Lois Nelson. Tea to honor Mrs. E. Fidler, : church organist l Mrs. Ernest Fidler wiH be- honored at a tea Sunday from 3 to 4 p.m. m the Camellia ^ Room ot United Uethodist: church ta Yucaipa. Mrs. Fidler,; who has served as church or-: ganist for 19 years, has now re-: signed. Hostesses for the Sunday re-' cepHon wiU be Mrs. Betty Ca-; mmiti and Mrs. Lillian Terrell' of the music committee. All members of the church are in-C vited. ; The Methodist Men's dinner;, meeting will begin at 6:35 p.m.: tomorrow in Cramer Loung?., Rev. Vickrey Dougherty will > show slides of one of bis camp- < mg trips last summer.. "• DEAR POLLY — I am an swering Jean who has trouble with her kitchen linoleum puffing up in spots. My husband Marthas have supper party A Shrove Tuesday supper party followed last evenmg's brief business meeting of Our lady of Sacred Heart household of: the Order of Martha. Members met at the home of Miss Alice Villegas, 426 South Fourth street, and Mrs. Cele Cote was . hostess. Two new members were welcomed mto the group, Jlrs. Concepcion Serrano and Mrs. SteK la WahL Miss Agnes Foust won the mystery prize. Mrs. Josephme Battain distributed linens to the members to be finished. The next meeting will be on March 18 at the home of Mrs. Howard Said, 315 Normandit Court Hort. Society to prepare for Spring "Spring Ma^c in the Garden" will be Glenn Arthur's topic when he speaks to members and guests of Redlands Horticultural and Improvement Society Frfc day evening in the board roaM of Redlands public schools, Lu- - gonia and Orange. The meeting will start promptly at 7:30. Mr. Arthur is head of the landscape design department at SBVC. Hostesses will be Dr. Katherine. Peak, Miss Mary E. Pew and Mrs. W. B. Riley Jr. All persons interested in attending ihii program are wdcome. U.R. playgoers urged to secure tickets Because the final weekend per- • formances of the University of; Redlands drama department 's* production of "Once Upon a Mat-' tress" in the U.K. theatre are: sold out season tidcet holders' are reminded to confirm their: reservations. The popular musi-: cal show win continue tomorrow,' Friday and Saturday at 8:15 • p.m. with a Saturday matmee scheduled for 2 p.m. Rebelcahs plan supper for Friday evening Sapphire Rebekah Lodge will SELL IT TOMORROW With low • cost Classified Ads Day Friday used to mstaU hnoleum and the .. reason for the puffing is that'have a covered dish dinner at or. ..^'ro h.,„ ,n niA t,A '< havc cTOwdcd thc Unoleumi6 p.m. Friday, precedtag the ^"l^t on/aU edges It should be cut! lodge meeting at 8 in the lOOF about '-i-mch away from the,hall. Those attending should walls so when thc linoleum provide their own table service, heats to room temperature it ~ — ioned bamboo rake and rake the rug. This may sound silly but it; really works. By raking the rug you pick up all thc fuzz and lint. . „ Farh imo vn.i rati. Pn in »hp Stretch. If you usc an ad- come in) makes an c.\cellcnt U will be Guest Day with l^^^^.'l^Ji^if.U^'^^'J?,," i™^: he^^^^ and get a bubble, simply, pastry brush holder. It is just 7^ WEDNESDAY NIGHT FAMILY DINNER SPECIAL m;;iar;ia; f^ ™ g;i^c,^ ^.^.cn they meet at the Country, ^fore.^ Th« 7^-8||f^^^'2it'he 'air if you camiot work it who sold us our shag rug. — SUSAN Club Friday. Last Friday. Mrs. John Hart ! was winner of the Stockton Pitch and Putt tournament and placed fu-st in Class A after the nine- hde iron tournament with a 1 34^. Second was Mrs. Don Miller, 3614; with Mrs. Peroy D MTI- Pelly't Problem DEAR POLLY — In a final and dcwerat* attempt te remove a chemical insect (pray from eur wMewi my hue- band used e steel weel pad. As a result the wMews ere all scratched. Is there any way to remove these scratches? We cannot afford new window glass. - G. M. Golden Brown Fish 'n Chips feld and Mrs. Kaip Stockton ty- faig for thu^ with 37. In Class B. Mrs. Dan C. A. Smith was first with 38'A: Mrs. Howard Dickerson and Mrs. Pat Larsen tied for second with a 40 and Mrs. Robert Mcrritt and; Mrs. Lewis McKee Ued for third with a 41V7. Class C. winners were BIrs. Rex Cranmer, 37^; Mrs. John Devlm, second, 38; Mrs. Jack Wa^bum, third, SSVi, and Mrs. Fred Howard, fourth, 39. aass D whmers were Mrs. Robert T. Paine, first 38; Mrs. Harold Hartwick and Mrs. Fred I Heisner tied for second w i t hi DEAR POLLY — I am 13 and j39s and Mrs. JuUan Blakdey .j gnj^y heipjng jad with home I with 42^, was tWrd. | projects and thought somethmg The Howard Directors touma -l we did might mterest your read- ment rained out yesterday. wiUjers. My dad showed me that out at the sides. — MRS. J. S. DEAR POLLY - As spices lose thdr strength with age, I always put a piece of white tape en each can when I buy it and mark the date of purchase on it IJttle used spices or those that have been on the shelf too long are easUy spotted and thrown out — NORMA DEAR POLLY— The man who instaUed our kitchen linoleum asked us to leave the shoe strip or molding at the baseboard off for at least three weeks to aUow for stretchmgrj then the excess can be trimmed off around the edges. Replace the molding when the rug surface is flat — MRS. F. B. DEAR POLLY — Try usmg nylon net as an mterfacing when making a suit When I had no regular interfacing, I tried nylon net in desperation and liked it so wdl I have con tinned to use it The net is Ught and crisp and hoMs its shape. An empty plastic toothbrush contamer (the kind new brushes the right size for my brush. — MRS. D. P. DEAR POLLY — Instead of using cardboard, I use opaque cottage cheese container tops for cutting patterns used in decorating and craft work. Just trace your design onto the plastic lid and cut out This pattern also may be used in cake decorating. It is washable and can be used over and over again. It does not wear down from 'repeated use as cardboard does.; - MYRTLE I COMPLETE DINNER. M'a Orips, Onice of saep er sobd Sage's hot bfeod md butter, French fries, vegetable. Sage's spedal cake for ALACARTE, U'• O^M, Frendi fries, bread and butter OMOREN'S DINNER, ferages6la12. TODDLERS' PLATE, chndren under 6, FREE '1.79 „ .99 Dmnersetved 4:30to9pjn. Everyday Friendly Salesladies To Serve You be played next Tuesday with the same sdieduled starting times to be observed. Fabrics course at YW tomorrow Gayle Austin, San Bernardino County home advisor for the UC Agriculture Extenaon Service, win conduct the second program of thc short course on Fabrics and Fmishes at Redlands YWCA tomorrow from 10 a.m. to noon. Ilicre is no charge for this course. Emirfiasis tomonmr wiU be on fabric finishes «id their care in lanndeting and general wear. COFFEE SHOP Son Bcrnof dino SMIMafMKi iMgwIjE 2SIW. Young adults invitod te Leisure Canter Sinsle joong adults are invited to awther evening gathering at tite AduU Leisure Center, comer of Webster ad Onion. Friday evening at T:30. Tliose ^mmA ^f are iwnwajHl to bring, jpecuids, sheet nuisic or gaeMS. An MtiW to a pirn par- kr win when installmg waU paneling it WhoKna birtUat FEBRUARY 20 — CIco Burns Bill Bethurum Terry Healey John Egermeier Jimmy Andersen J. D. McQuinn Nethen L. Meere John Heeff David Duerte David Heusratli C. R. Stephen Randy Green Happy Birthday from 11 E. State Ph. m -iiU Welcome Te "FREE' CAL FLORAL'S CRAFT It's a ball. Bring your Graft Projects & work on them over a FREE cup of coffee. Our instructors will gladly help you. Talk to other friendly people working on Craft Projects. Meet new friends. ITS ALL FREE! //Every Tu«. 4 Thur., KAUMONT star* fc •very Men. 4 Wed., RIVBSNtf store. CAL FLORAL if RIVBKSIDE 4710 la Sierra Ph.M7-3025 deeedSM. lEAUMONT 550E.1*St . Ph. 845-3771 FOR TALL GIRLS PETITE FEMININE DRESS HEELS Quality JACK ROGERS . fashions Mary McCaHs SHOEFASHONS n:M le 5 :31 Men. Mini Sal. « W. Cihw. RtdMs

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