Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 24, 1969 · Page 8
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Redlands, California
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Monday, February 24, 1969
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8 - Atondoy, Feb. 24, 1969 Redlonds Daily Foeis Plymoufh Village plans lOfh annual dinner meeting for March 4 •fte tolii anma] meeting'ot; thur Swift president of the Res-'jX'd^ nrL^^l^^ff the Plymooth Village CoipoM-iidenU' Assoeiatkm; and thei?^-'^"^ ?^ P'^?'^ Church women I ^ ^ plan Feslival luncheon Uon wiU be lH*i at the Ilret Baptist ClHirch on Tkiesday, March 4tfa. Dioner will beiers in a di^ogue led by Dr. served at 6:30. followed by a Anna Barbara Grey. {for tbeir annual Spring Festival rcrelatiaa of interesting <acU|],„,gl,^ Wednesday mm in concerning a number ol ViU*S -'^MiK Fdlowshio haU. Final plans were announced . . . . - - .-^ .„ ^ at the February meeting of the short business meeting and aj Feature of the evemng wiU be; women's Society of- Christian program. Uajor reports will be a talk by Dr. Louis H. Evansiservice held last Wednesday, printed for distributiaa. i Jr.. pastor of La JoUa Presby-'xhe program, "Hats and His^ All members of the Oorpora-.terian Cburch and a prominent tory" will be presented by the Uon, all Friends of Plymoulh! churchman of Southern Califor- s and H Green Stamp Co En- Village, and residente of ttie re -|'nia. tertaimnent wiU alsolndiide a tirement commiimty are invited.: The ecumenical spirit of Ply- presentatioa entitled "Mime and The public is welcome. MaU! mouth Village, shown in its po- Music" by Kathy Talbert, a reservatJOBs to P.O. Box Z71,;licy of admitting residenb. will sophomoi« *affia student at the Redlands, or call 793-1233 on or be demonstrated also by the University of Redlands. Kathy before February Zl. • jfact that the invocation will be is a graduate of Redlands high Aa interestmg program basj^ven by Dr. Ivan Bell of the school and is^ member; of the been planned, to include musicFirst Baptist Churdi, and the First United Methodist church by Mr. and Mrs. Jan Sole and benediction by Fatlier Henr>- where she was for many years Mrs. Warren James: introduc- Keane of Sacred Heart Cathcdic a member of the choir. tion of new residents by Dr. Ar- Church. AN INVITATION TO A DEMONSTRATION OF THE XEROX TELECOPIER THIS MACHINE WILL TRANSMIT AN EXACT COPY OF ANY IMPORTANT PAPER OR PHOTOGRAPH BY TELEPHONE IN ONLY SIX MINUTES. DATE: WEDNESDAY, FEB. 26 TIME: OPEN HOUSE 11:00 A.M. TO 2:00 P.M. PLACE: PLAZA SECRETARIAL SERVICE 220 REDLANDS PLAZA REDLANDS. CAUF. PHONE: 792.7891 THE PUBUC IS INVITED All women chureh members and their guests are invited to the luncheon. Proceeds go towards the annual pledge the society makes to support missions. At the monthly meeting of the W.S.C.S. a panel discussion was i given on the subject "U.nder- standing Modem Youth." Mod, erator was Rev. Verne Cooney iof the church, and other panel members were Mrs. Chester! Bare, a United Methodist Youth leader; Mrs. James Daniel ai 'high school teacher; and Mar-| ! lene Gonzales, a high school stu- ident i Luncheon following the meet: ing was served by Miriam Cir; de whose chairman is Mrs. Delos WUbur. •3 Dutch RailrMdf In The Rid UTRECHT, Holland (UPI -: The Netherlands (SUte) Bail-! ways closed the 1967 fiscal year; with a deficit of S26.1 million, j The previous year's deficit was' $21.9 million. The unfavorable! trend is caused mainly by a sharp increase in the number of automobile owners. r'Jr (((l{es /(air ..But money helps. Start a savings account and let your earnings provide for the uQ-necessities of life. She does. REDLANDS FEDERAL Savings and Loan. Association RedtaiiilMKOffke RMSttCHnsAve mm FMNI Imcl MM WMer Affi I7M« IT lOSSi TiciiMlnKl 3SB4YicaiMBMlefiri 7974181 IcMMitlnKh TlStaMtATHR MMISI ConvOTient FREE Parking at All Ofnets FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSUKANCB COUOMnON WHERE TOU VSft DOES MAM A Dttf BIBWCl* NEWLYWEDS — Lari-y E. Wright and his bride, the former Annette Marie Audorff of Lawndale, formerly of Redlands, are now at home in Torrance after their marriage Febniary 9 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Everett K. Audorff of Lawndale and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd D. Childers, 114 Michigan street The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wright of Torrance. He is^now employed as a welder for Wolco Trucking Equipment Company and formerly served in the U. S. Army as a paratrooper. He was wounded in action while in Vietnam. Top barbershop quartets to sing Saturday Inland Empire residents will have an tqifiortunity to see and hear fbv of the greatest Barbershop anging aggregatioas in the entire worid on Saturday ni^ March 1 in Swing Auditorium, when the local chapter of the SPEBSQSA presents its annual show, "St. Louis Sing-In." Heading the entertainment bill will be itae "Western-Continentals" from Phoenix, Ariz., the current worid champions. They'll share the spodi^t with their imdecessons from ri^t here in the Inland Empire, the 1964 worid diampions, the "Sidewinders." "Hie Western Continentals have guested on the Jimmy Dean tdevision show, while the Sidewinders have appeared on both the Ed Sullivan show and a Meredith Willsoo television q)ectacular. RoiBiding out the quartets appearing on the iiarmcmy extravaganza will be a group from Salt Lake City. Utah, that has pleased Inland Empire audiences on at least three previous occasions, the' funny, but talented "Salt Plats". Hie quartets will be backed up by the international award- winning "Citrus Biters" diorus from the local diapter of the SPEBSQSA. The chorus recently won Ote Far Western District Chorus Competition in Las Veg as and will represent tiie District in the International Competition in St. Louis next June Proceeds of the show will be used to defray the cost of Uie ah- fare for the 70 chorus members. The group won Fifth Place in 1964 and took sixth place in 1965. The Citrus Belters were featured recently on the Joey Bishop television show over ABC-TV's national network. Tickets are available locally at Harris' or may be obtained from Jerry Fakchild, 792-8618. Mr. Fairdiild is director of the "Citrus Belten" and lives at 671 West Cypress avenue. The "WESTERN CONTINENTALo" ..uni riioeni-i. .-iri- zona. current World Champion Barbershop Quartet, will be featured on "ST. LOUIS SING-IN" at Swin-; Auditorium in San Bernardino on Saturday night. JIarch 1. This fabulous show will also feature the 1S6'5 World Champions, the "SIDEWINDERS": the fourth return encasement to the Inland Empire for the "SALT FLATS" from Salt Lake City. Utah; and the 70-voice "CITRUS BELTERS" championship chorus from the Riverside-San Bernardino Area Chapter of the SPEBSQSA. Achievad nothing Actions sotisfactory WASHINGTON (UPI) — At- WASHINGTON (UPD—House temps to achieve peace in thej Speaker John W. McCormack Middle East ^^J^™!--^^^'^^ « talks among the Umted States, piuj.. xhe Massachusetts Dem- the Soviet Union, Great Britain ocrat said in a television and France have achieved|interview Sunday (Issues and "practically nothing," according! Answers — ABC) that Ni.xon to Israeli Ambassador Yitzhak t should send a complete policy Kabin. He said in a television message to Congress, rather interview Sunday (Face The: than a series of piecemeal Nation—NBC) that peace might be better achieved through agreemet^ among the nations involved. FIND SOMETHING valuable? Check the "Lost" ads in today's Classified Section to return it. proposals. Phone 792 -i-^C POLLY'S POINTERS By Polly Cramer DEAR POLLY — Mrs. S. J. T. wanted to know if there was a secret to successfully washuig and drying children's cotton knit shirts. My method is DO secret but it keeps the shirts in my household neat and trim. I turn the shirt wrong side out and get the bottom edges, side seams and shoulder seams!game situaUon as Mrs. K. E. S. even. I then lap it over the ter. When dry the shirt is neat and smooth and requires no ironing. I have had 22 years of n&at-Iooking shirts with no twists or crooked edges. — TESSIE DEAR POLLY — We had the Stop Tonife 'fil 9! line about two inches from the bottom of the shirt. Pin it with three clothespins, one at each fide seam and one in the cen- by Trevor Beck ACCESSORIES can make the difference between a room which is just attractive, but leaves no impression afterwards, and one which has a definite personality and character of its own. And it is through the choice of accessories that you most strikmgly express your own individuality . . . make the room your oxm. Good decorators are always on the alert for items that might have a spedal meaning in the lives of thek clients. It might be a vase, a wall decoration, or an old print found on a vacation trip. It might be an antique passed down to you from your grandparents. Or it might be something which is tied to a hobby or special interest of yours. Your imagination comes into play both in the sdection of such accessories and in their "placement in the room. Remember that an overcrowded landscape doesn't give the eye a chance to 'rest" on anything. A single piece, or a well-arranged group with a common interest will be far more effective. ; Helping you "accessorize" wisely, whether you're choosing a painting, a lovdy mirror, lamps, or wall or table ornaments, is an important part of our service. Toull find courteous, friendly hdp always, so come in soon. If L Citras Avt. DOWNTOWN RIDLANDS 7f3-2f17 with an old card table (in fact we had two). We were having a big family dinner and needed more tsride qnce so had two 36-inch square pieces of V^-inch plywood cut from a good grade. My husband used wood screws to attach one of these to each table and we bad two nice tables with larger tops than reg-i ular card tables. — MRS. H. K.' T. DEAR POLLY - My friends, and I cut newspapers in strips] about 4x7 inches and use them to clean our eye glasses. Nothing we have tried gets them any cleaner. — BETTY Pelly't Problem DEAR POLLY — I have charge of fund raiting for our high school giris' erganiiation. I do hope sofne eHier sfudenfs will give u« tome ideas about how they make moiwy. Thank yoo very much. — BETTY DEAR POLLY — To keep "spider web," fine chains for jewcUy from getting tangled, I run them through a few short lengths of soda staws, hook them together and keep in the jewelry box. The empty straw is kept in the box while a chain is being worn. To keep the children on their toes with their arithmetic, I make flash cards with magic marker pencils and file cards. The e.xamples (minus the answers) arc put on a number of cards spread on the floor. I call for them to gather together any cards with a certain number for an answer and they race each other to get the greatest number of cards. An example would be to ask for 8 (4 plus 4, 5 plus 3, 10 minus 2, etc.) They enjoy this and it sharpens them up. I think it is the neighborly thing to do to give one another Pointers. I can't tell you how many I use. — LILLIAN DEAR POLLY — Use the pretty mesh bags, in which fnuts and vegetables come, to extend the life of your pot scratchers. Even if they separate into two or three |»eces, drop them in the bag, knot and hang it on a naO or hook. They always are in one place and drying in the cu:- DEAR READERS — Betty did net say but «• am pre- electric healer Ihet tlMde en • tahl*, DitCMMMf bsforv ttartinf te weife. Hmnr Im- mane elethlLal e^ulgwint. If Mrs. E. a. M.'s meMiad My, try the "nm-chboiir SHIFT 15 NBveMren shift in pelyatfor and eotfen bland. Maehina wash and dry. Assertad Spring pastals, 10-20. Spertswaar, all sferas HARRIS' HAS IT! Shop Harm' Monday and Friday 9:30 a.m. le 9 p.m. - Other Days 9:30 a.m. ts 5:30 p.m. I

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