Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 10, 1959 · Page 2
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, March 10, 1959
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SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By WILSON SCRUGGS AEa/r iou eato TO SEE M3ue SISTER?, AZ&ft lOU GCW<5 TO 6WE WSJ A BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By EDGAR MARTIN Wfc COR WSKEX\ PRISCDLLA'S POP By AL VERMEER f WELL, SHE "N i AND ACCORDING TO) THAT MAGAZINE IT QUESTIONNAIRE. N I'M VERY HAPPILY J MARRIED/> ' CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER WE FOUND THE NOTES VDU MAD' OF VOUR TALKS PRIOR TO BENS WPNAPED ( 5Wl, MORTY 3IEEKLE By DICK CAVAIXI OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY J. K. WILLIAMS FOCUS YOUR iTWSNTY-TWcMTli OM THIS CASBAG&, 600 ^UCATS.'^ —THEN RON YOUR EAKSTO X SOLD IH'RINS/HAD A BAD DREAM ABOUT IT LAST NISHT.AN' THISMORtM 'iaEST /MISSED BREAKlK'MY NECK IN A FALL .'I TOPMAST WHILE/ J FISSERED AS LONG I TELL YOU// AS I KEPT IT X WAS WHERE If / V/ALKlM'TISHTROP& <50T tT.'/^T YilTH A 60* OP DYNAMITE/ Redlands Daily Facts 2 - Tuesday, Mar. 10,1959 Mentone—Crafton News By ROSEMARY CASSEL Facts Mentone Correspondent Sfivtn Schardein Celebrates Birthday Stevie Schardein. son of Mr. and Mrs. James Schardcin. 1375 Craf ton avenue, celebrated his recent eighth birthday at a party in his honor. Joining in the celebration were the boys from his room at school. Present were Jack Earsom Jack Hoatson. David Wilson, Ed dy Walker, Jeff Jackson, Davey Johnson. Tommy Klingman, Don Kuhns. Bobby Blackwell, Terry Bell, Douglas Bell, Larry Knapp, and Stanley Fullbright. Also present were Nancy Charlton, Pam and Paula Stinson, Juliana Hain and Kathy BelL Unable to attend were Bill Bryan and Alton Epperson. Assisting Mrs. Schardein with the festivities was her cousin, Mrs Douglas Bell. Mrs. Schardein's parents, M r and Mrs. John H. Anglin, recently left for their home in Salem Ore., after spending seven weeks here with their daughter and fam ily. Oakes Move Into New Heme Just recently moving into their new home on Capri avenue, just below Crafton avenue, were Mr. and Mrs. Waymon Oakes and their children — Linda, Nancy, Davey, Doris, Diane, and Susan The Oakes family Returned to Mentone not long ago after residing for a while in Eastern Oklahoma Polio Clinic To Be Held Local residents are urged to take advantage of the Polio Clinic that is being sponsored by the Mentone Junior Woman's Club The Clinic will be held Monday evening. March 16, at the Men tone School. The shots will be given from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m The shots will be given to those who wish to start their scries of three shots, or finish up any needed shots, or for those who want a booster shot. The shots will be $1.00 each, and everyone is invited and are urged to tell their friends. Hospital Staff Serve Over 8S0 At Smorgasbord More than 850 persons were served by members of Redlands Community Hospital Employes Association at their third annual smorgasbord Saturday evening in John Knox hall at the First Pres-; byterian church- Constantly growing in popularity, the dinner attracted a capa city crowd who received prompt and efficient service as the more than 100 staff workers kept four serving lines flowing smoothly Flowers on the dining tables and the centerpiece on the cake table were furnished by Hockridgc Florist for the occasion and added an attractive decorative atmosphere. Organ music was played through out the dinner hours by William Gollan. Miss Eileen Farley, general chairman for the hospital group, today expressed her appreciation to those who supported the dinner and to the numerous firms who donated to it. These are Arden Farms, Brookside Dairy, Mrs. Ilene Canon, Davidson-Chuda coff Co., De Young's Poultry, Elks club. Farmer Brothers, Food Center, Freeman and Foster Meat Co., Paul Finstein. Gair's, Germain Paper Co., Harris Co., Hockridge Florist, Hudlow's, Imperial Hardware, Kremer's Turkeys, Marcella's Candy Shop, Morningfresh Egg Farm Quality Market, Redlands Laun dry, JFykoff Co., Sexton k Co., Smart k Final, Stater's, Stella's Beauty Shop, Wilshire Produce! and Winn's Drug Store. Proceeds from the project will help the employes group meet their pledge to the hospital's expansion fund. John Cannon's Father III Mr. and Mrs. John Cannon, Soffel street, have received word of the serious illness of Mr. Cannon's father, Carl Cannon, who resides in Oakland. The senior Mr. Can non recently suffered a heart attack. Harrawoodt Home From Pomona Visit Judge and Mrs. H. 0. Harrawood returned to their home yesterday after visiting since last Thursday in Pomona. Mrs. Harrawood's sister, Mrs. C. A. Andrews, returned to Mentone with the Har- rawoods and will leave for her home in Pomona sometime today. Judge and Mrs. Harrawood also visited recently with theh-| daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weigel and children in Palm Springs. Dayton Tate, Jr., and Family To Return Word has been received here from Chief Petty Officer Dayton Tate and his wife Dolores telling that they will be home in May or June. The Tates and their three children have been in Alaska for quite some time, and upon their return to the Southland Dayton will have four years of shore duty in San Diego. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Dayton Tate, Sr., 1255 Chrysolite avenue, and his sister is Mrs. Eileen Cannon, Soffel street. Around The Town Newcomers to Mentone include the Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Murrin and their children, Pamela, Victoria, and David. The Murrins, who formerly resided in San Bernardino, are now residing at 2012 Salerno avenue. Also recerUy moving here were Bob and „oan Weyl and their three children. The Weyls moved here from Highland and have purchased the Kingsley property at Crafton avenue and Madeira. Ruth and Gordon Lloyd were among the onlookers at the Sports car Races in Pomona Sunday. SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad MOVING and STORAGE RELIABLE AND EFFICIENT WORK You're protected from our pick-up time to delivery. REDLANDS VAN AND STORAGE 1254 Orange PY 3-2881 Exclatht Rtpremlttht for ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor We,theWomen By Ruffi NOIMt If you want to keep your wife satisfied with her lot in life — never miss a chance- To tell her how pretty she looks. She'll be happier in an old dress, if you make her feel pretty, than in a new one that you fail to notice or one that you act dubious about. To compliment her on her cook-| ing. She won't mind not being able to serve steak if you can convince her that ber meat loaf is the best you ever ate. To praise her for being a good manager. Pinching pennies isn't] nearly as dreary a necessity to the woman whose husband is impressed with what a good manager she is. To tell her what a capable hostess she is. She m?y not be able to give fancy parties but if you assure her after every party that everything went well and the guests, all seemed to have a good time she won't mind having to entertain simply. To build her up in front of your friends. Nothing makes a wife feel quite so proud and quite so [lucky as to have her husband let others know he thinks she is just about all right. To notice and admire the things! she does to make your home more attractive. It's no real hardship] for a woman to paint a room or make a slipcover, or refinlsh furniture if her husband marvels at what a change she has made in a room's appearance. To credit her with having enough intelligence to understand] our problems. Any woman whose husband obviously thinks she is pretty, smart and nice to have around knows she is a lucky woman. Forum Program Looks To Future Telephohic Uses Forum members, meeting recently at the Anson Bowles home 1012 La Crcsta, heard Mrs. Flora Whipple as the program speaker introduce her subject, "Hear; Hear.'" by quoting a sign in the] Navy Bureau of Air, "If it works its obsolete". From this, she developed her subject of telephonic uses for today and tomorrow by indicating how ever-increasing transportation speeds overhead or afoot make ever - increasing communication speeds mandatory. She listed as advances in telephonic devices reasonably certain to appear the TV-telephone, more generous telephone tape recording service to include educational in formation, weather news, time and financial reports, automobile telephones, telephones with built-in amplifiers for the hard of hearing, hands-free telephones, a small Dick Tracy type wrist telephone and other communication changes. Attending the meeting were Messrs. and Mmes. Glen Adams Raymond Beeler, Bowles, Gerald H. Fairbairn, Frederick Harris and Wilbur Vroman; Mrs. Whipple, Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Nelson Horace Hinckley, Mrs. F. S. Brom berger and Mrs. Florence Lindenberger. FATHER-CHILD PANEL FOR KINGSBURY PTA Father Knows Best — Or Does He?" is the theme for the father- child panel to be featured at the Kingsbury PTA unit meeting tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. Although Wednesday is a holiday, a capacity crowd is expected when families gather to hear Wilbur Vroman, Don Stoker and Tom Burton match wits with fifth and sixth graders Joan Gardner, Kenny Umbach, Vicky Boxall, Shirley Kuhn, Steve Ha user and Dorrie Whitlock. Questions and answers will be spontaneous and unrehearsed, according to Mrs. Raymond Beeler, program chairman. Preceding the panel there will be a short dramatic skit presented by Mrs. Donna Richards' third and fourth grades. The slate of officers Travelogues To Be Benefit For Mentone Church Two travelogues will be presented at Mentone Community church Thursday, beginning at 7:30 p.m., as a benefit for the) church sponsored by the Women's Fellowship. Carl and Oriska Bender, members of the church and of the Redlands Camera club, will present the pictures. They will include those taken on a trip last Spring through the wild flower areas of eastern Riverside and San Bernardino counties and north along the Colorado river, then on to Bryce and Zion National Parks. The second series was taken on a fall trip as far north as the Klamath river and Red Bluff. These are predominately seascapes and landscapes of that section of the country north of Sacramento. The meeting will be out at approximately 9 p.m. as the tape recprding and pictures are of 63 minutes duration. A free will offering for the church will be taken. Popcorn will be sold by a committee headed by Mrs. E. i,. Danielson Jr. Marthas Meet At New Pierce Home A ceremony of the enthronement of the Sacred Heart was conducted by Rev. Joseph Snoj, pastor of Bryn Mawr's Sacred Heart church, at the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pierce, 300 West Palm avenue, during last night's meeting of the Order of Martha, Our Lady of Citrus Household. Mrs. May Monniere was co- hostess for the meeting with Mrs. Pierce. Business included appointment of Mrs. Isabel Furtado as retreat chairman for the year. A request from a mission church for linen supplies was filled at this time. CANNED WRISTWATCH HOLLESLEY, England (UPD— Mrs. Geofge Last reported today that she had found a woman's gold-plated wristwatch in a can of pears from Australia. for next year will also be presented to the group. HANSU and GftFTFl EASTER'S EARLY — March 29th — EASTER DRESSES Nylon, Polished Cotton, Cuptoni, Arntl «%29 Sins 1 to 14 from 3 Easter ,j Paraders for the Doll-House Set GIRLS' SUITS, BONNETS, HATS, PURSES and GLOVES DRESS SUITS FOR BOYS . . . . from 3.98 DRESS SLACKS, DRESS SHIRTS — FOR BOYS Complete tin* — Girls' and Boys' BUSTER BROWN T-SHIRTS . . . from 1.19 Adorable Shower Decorations Available /or Rent msii and mm RFDLANDS MOST DISTINGUISHED CHILDREN'S STORE 420 E. STATE Lots of Free Parking PY 3-2441 DRIVE & DISCOVER -ZARHr BYSTUDSSMBB SCADS OF SCAMPER— POCKETBOOK STYLE J>»^" Spirited six or super-responsive V-S, The Lark delivers marathon miles on mere thimbles of low-cost, regular gas. And every mile a pleasure —with three feet less length to maneuver than conventional cars. So easy to tum, to park, to drive. Family-sized-with room for six inside. And so proud—styled, appointed and upholstered in really rich, fashion- . right taste. Costs less to buy, less to operate, gives the most rewarding value your car-money can buy. And beautifully engineered. Get with it. $1995 Tuniportatioft.loc.1 U> *•.«*>*• watlt end any othar «»Vi» plainly labeled en every car. Fun drive the LARK today at- A. C. ALMIND 402 Orange Street Redlands

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