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SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL um-Km-mAHkioo- NOW V00 SEE IT - NPW >toO DON'T! SEE? IT HAS DISAPPEARED!• THAT5 NOT MWH Of A TRICK. DAD SANS JAV MOM CAN DO THAT VJiTH DOLLARS FASTER THAN ANYBODY' ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN WATS FINE, MY BOf, AN' I WISH WU LOTS OF LUX, BUT KEEP IT FROM HER HIGHNESS, OR BE PREPARED THF STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By WILSON SCRUGGS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By EDGAR MARTIN «s »4cwefi v^e*. \vsrso LOWWS> PRJSCHLLA'S POP By AL VERMEEB My birthday party was - today. I wish that you could see CAPTAIN EASY The crowd of boys and $irls who came Especially for me. VIT They filled up every inch of Space. We had no room to spare.. And yet I could have found some for The Quest who [Wasn't there! ,., T , By LESLIE TURNER THEN WHY PIP H& FALL? AND VHY HAD HE TERROR. DUNN0. £ DON'T THINK COME NOW, TUCK: IF you THAT DID1 ro ADUISE «u TOTHOklK HARD! MORTY MEEKLE By DICK CAVALLI I OONTMfNO THE EXERCISE, Burrrseo.. NOTHING TO LOOK AT... I CANT READ.. cuac OUMU OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY 4. R. WHXIAMS 2 - Monday, Mar. 16, 1959 Redlands Daily Facts ch urch Calendar Stale Street Christian — Tuesday. 7:30. Christian Women's Fellowship regular monthly meeting, to be held in the sanctuary with a special Easter program. Bethany Reformed — Tuesday, 7:30. World Home Bible League] presenting "Red Tide" at Second Christian Reformed Church Thursday. 7:10, family night. Religious Science — Thursday, 10:30 a.m., Healing meeting, Contemporary Club, 4th street entrance. Christ Lulheran (Mo. Synod)— Wednesday, 7:30; Lenten service: Saturday, 9-11:30, Sat. school, 5th and 6th grades, 9-12 confirmation class. Second Christian Reformed — Tuesday, "The Red Tide" — a film — all are invited; Wednesday, 8, ladies society: Saturday to a.m.. Community Bible class. First Church of Christ, Scicn list — Wednesday, 8, midweek meeting includes testimouics o I Christian Science healing. This church maintains a free reading room and lending library open daily from 9 to 5 except Sundays and holidays, and on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 7:45 in the Masonic building, 131 Cajon. Redlands Church of Christ (Christian) — Wednesday, 7:30, midweek service. The First Church of God —Tuesday, 7:30, Missionary meeting at the home of Mrs. Marion; Wednesday, 7:30, prayer service and Bible study. Church of Christ (Yucaipa) — Monday, 7. visitation: Wednesday, 10 a.m., ladies' Bible class, Le tha Andrews, teacher, 7:30, Dev tional, 7:45, teacher training class — ladies. Laurabel Samson, teach er, 7:45, Bible study in auditorium— public is invited; Friday, 7-9. youth meeting. The First Baptist Church Mentone — Wednesday, 6:30, youth prayer service; Thursday 7:30, missionary speaker, sponsored by the Women's Missionary Society. First Congregational — Monday, 7:30, executive board. Fellowship of Congregational women. Chapel of the Grail: Tuesday, 10, open ing session of the annual meeting of the Fellowship of Congregational women, 12, luncheon. First Baptist church, 6, Fellowship dinner, 1st Presbyterian church, 7:45 evening service; Wednesday, 9:30 concluding sessions cf the Fellowship of Congregational women, 12 closing luncheon at First Baptist church. First Baptist — Monday, 7:30 school of the Bible: "The Book of Psalms," led by Dr. Douglas Ead ie. Chapel: Tuesday, 10 a.m W.C.T.U. meeting in the lounge 6:30, Roger Williams Fellowship in Bekins basement; Wednesday, Circles meet as follows: 9-30 a.m Barbara Fridcll at the home of Mrs. Grace Weeks. 2, Harriet Bar rington in the church lounge with .\Ir33WWft--Gj5^dge =aati Mrs A. Dr-Bridges" as cc^nostesses loleta McElhaney at the home of Mrs. Earl Johnson, Hazel Morris at the home of Mrs. D. G. Hartzell, Mrs. C. H. Siebert, co-hostess; Thursday, 10 a.m., Mrs. Nichols' Bible class, 6:25, share- a-dish supper in the dining room, 7:15, Third in the School of Evangelism series studying Ephesians; Saturday, 9 a.m.. the pastor's class in the lounge, 7:30-9:30, PAINT and ART STORE For the FINEST in Paint Use Super Kem-Tone DELUXE WALL PAINT WITH LATEX AND Kem-Glo THE MIRACLE ALKYD ENAMEL LICENSED PAINTING CONTRACTOR Free Estimates 25 E. State PY 2-3355 "Spring Thaw" swim at U of R plunge. All youth invited. 25c. Redlands Assembly of God — J Tuesday, 10 a.m., work meeting of Women's Missionary Council; Wednesday. 7:30, mid-week prayer and Bible study led by the pastor. Community Church of D u n 1 a p Acres — Wednesday, 7:30, Bible study and prayer meeting, 8:30, Sunday School business meeting; Thursday, 7, Men's Fellowship dinner. University Methodist — Monday 7:30, Mary Martha Circle meets at the home of Mrs. Jane Dan icl; Thursday, 10 a.m.. Rebecca Circle meets at the home of Mrs H. Jencson, 10 a.m., Priscilla cir ;le meets at the home of Mrs R. Waite, 11:30 a.m., Naomi circle meets at the home of Mrs. C. Crause. San Timoteo Union Sunday School — Thursday. 7:30, Bible study and prayer. O. C. Reeder Church of the Foursquare Gospel — Monday, 7, Missionary conference; Tuesday, 7, Missionary conference; Wednesday, 7:30, women's sewing group;' Thursday, Bible study and prayer. Faith Lutheran (Yucaipa—Wednesday, 7, Lenten service Thursday, 3:30, Junior Lutherans; Saturday, 9 a.m., confirmation classes. First Methodist — Monday, 7:30, Workers Conference — lounge;! Thursday, 6:15, Family Fellow -I ship share-a-dish dinner. Lenten! program. I Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of'Latter Day Saints — Tuesday, 7:30, Priesthood meet ing — McGuire home; Wednesday. 7:30, prayer meeting — Kin art home; Thursday, 7:30, Thclona circle, hostess Louise Pollard: Saturday, 3, District conference at San Diego. Those who wish accommodations notify Elder C. E. j^IcGuire immediately. Christian — Missionary Alliance — Monday, 7, Kings Daughter's Wednesday, 7:30, Bible study and prayer hour. Trinity Episcopal — Tuesday 10 a.m., San Bernardino convocation at St. John's Church, San Bernardino; Wednesday, 11:30 a.m.. Episcopal Church women — general meeting and luncheon Guest Speaker — Mrs. M. Tan- dowsky of the Childrens Home Society, 7, Litany and address: Thursday, 8:30, Alcoholics Anonymous; Friday. 7, Holy Eucharist Divine Saviour Presbyterian — Monday, 7:30, Lenten study of the| Psalms at the First Baptist i church; Tuesday, 7, Rebecca cir-| cle at Mrs. Priscilla Marron's. Members are to bring their work projects: Wednesday, 1:30, Ruth and Naomi circle for sewing, 7, midweek service at Casa Blanca: Thursday. 7, continued studies on the beliefs of the church; Saturday, 6, family night supper at Casa Blanca. First Presbyterian — Monday. 6:30. Beacons pot-luck dinner and program in Knox Hall: Tuesday, 3:30, Pastor's Communicants class for young people, 7:30, Jean Otis circle meeting at home ofj Miss Ruth Adams; Wednesday, 12:15, Circle f meets at home of Mrs. T. Lytle for a luncheon. Circle II will be notified as to time and place. Circle III meets at :15 for a dessert meeting at home of Mrs. C. M. Hennis. 1:15. Circle IV dessert meeting at home of Mrs. C. L. Flick. Sr., 6:30, oyagers dinner meeting in basement room of education building " 30, Schooners meeting at home of Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Hindes Thursday, 6:15-8, Church family night; Saturday, 9:30 a.m.. Pas tor's Communicants' class fori young people. Free Methodist — Thursday, 10 a.m.. Child Evangelism teacher training. 7, teen-age Bible quiz study. 7:30, Hour of Power — Missions Emphasis, 8:30, Official Y-Wives Slate Luncheon Party Y-Wives of the Y.W.C.A. will have a St. Patrick's' day luncheon tomorrow, to be followed by a social hour. To be a potluck affair, those attending are asked to bring a hot dish, salad or dessert and their own table service. Guests arc welcome to attend. This will be the last meeting until after Easter. In charge arc Phyllis Kocsis, Joanna Green Clara Belle Lcdahl, Pat Hines Sara Meadows and Mary Anna Palmer. Anyone with flowers or St. Patrick's day decorations is requested to bring them to the luncheon board; Friday, 3:30, Good News Club-, 7:30, Homebuilder's Sundayj School class fellowship, Board of Trustees. The First Christian Reformed— I Monday, 7:30, Consistory meets, 7:45, Men's society; Tuesday, 8:30 a.m., catechism class for children Birthdays Noted At Skateland Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Hill, 31370 Mesa drive, arranged a party at Skateland to celebrate their son, Brookic's, 11th birthday yesterday. Brookie's guests were Barbara Eagleberger, Sharon Preston, Susan I.eake, S t a c i a Barker, David Holland. Dale and Paul Curtis, Bcnji Osbun, and Mike Snoddy. Also invited were Queta Baker and Doug Huff. Celebrating together yesterday were Dennis Andrews, 10 year o'd son of Mrs. Wanda Andrews, 405 Hastings street, and Lance De Witt, nine years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis De Witt, 414 Hastings street. Joining the boys for a skating party were Robbie Bell, Royce Jones, Steve Barker, Donald Otis, Tom Forsyth, Chris: Okusaka, Benji Osbun, Ernest McCIellan, Butch Butler. Barry Miller, Steve Johnson, Bill Van Liew, Robin De Witt, Lance's sister. Terri Pierce, Trudi Pierce, Ronny Martinez, Dick Brown, Kathy Ide, Julie Hillsen, Janice 7:15, Senior young people's cate-,. . . _ , r _ chism class- Wednesday 33o' ' acmt0 - Susan Mccormick, Linda a.m.. catechism class for children. < Crcatura Ladies' Aid Society, 8, Bethel Bible hour, 8, young adults club; Thursday, 8:30 a.m.. catechism class for children. 7:13, Boys Cadet Corps, 8, Sunday School teachers meeting, 7:30, junior young people's catechism class, 8:15, Sunshine circle meeting; Friday, 8:30 a.m., catechism class for children. 8, young people's talent program. Melissa Hartzell, Joan Sa!versen, Carol Bare, Bruce Serrao, Gary Nelson, Craig Lati- way and Larry Schatz. Everyone rents Tuxedos in 308 Orange Store For Men PY 3-4613 Home , Service ,•: Free Estimates •• No Obligation ilfiDDIC YARDAGE (lUlinlO DRAPERY PY 3-3248 "ZJZT YOU CAN SEE & KNOW EUROPE in 19S9 Escorted tours planned by the world's oldest and largest tour operators. WONDERTOURS. 35 days. 7 Wonder Cities. 38 wiling! in the Queens. Only $777. POPULAR OLD WORLD TOURS. 41 days. 7 countries. Cunard liners from Montreal. $973. 7-COUNTRY TOURS. 35 days. Fascinating scenic-cultural tour. Cunard Queens. $1321. COLLEGE VACATION TOURS. 49 days. Specially escorted for 18-25 year olds. $1790. CLASSIC TOURS. 53-57 days. The "most wanted" cultural experience. S. S. United States. $1957. GRAND TOURS. 56 days. 8 countries. The best in escorted travel. All First Class. $2327. (lutes quoted are minimum) OTHER TOURS. SAFARIS. PILGRIMAGES, all favorite routings. Sea and air. Ask for folders and programs. Visit write, or call: ATLAS TRAVEL SERVICE HOURS: Monday thru Friday, 9 to 5; Saturday, 9 to 12 9 West Stare Redlands Phone PY 3-1940 Easier Memo Fight that impulse to wear nothing but your smart ARROW SHIRTS in the Easter Parade *4 and *5 Steady man! It's all too easy to get carried away with manly pride in your new Arrow white shirts! Smart as they are, and splendid though that fashion-plate feeling may be, nonetheless, cover up you must for correct Easter parade form. But take heart, the flattering collar will show, and that, after all, is the fashion focus of any outfit. 1. 2. Bl-way spread. Loop closure: two pockets; cord idfl stitchlnf: spread Arafold collar. Short sleeve. 14. Glen. Broadcloth; widespread slotted sort collar; link cuffs. II. m Arden. Broadcloth; • nonwUt spread collar, short points; button cuffs. II. m Whip. Soft, widespread "* collar with shorter points; convertible cuffs. 14. MEN'S WEAR — STREET FLOOR

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