Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 26, 1969 · Page 11
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 11

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, February 26, 1969
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Cubs of Pack 8 Palm Springs AAUW announces annual Home Tour ^edionds Poiiy FOCS wedn^y, F^. 36. iw-n rnGGt at dinner * Home TOUT of some of lhe!m the aflernoon. Mrs. Muy Brown; Home Tour rhairmin, has amounced ttHt five hooset wOl be shown. most beaulUul of Palm Springs' Approxunately 130 attendedihomes is sdieduled for Sunday the annual Blue and Gold Di»- by the Pahn Springs hrandj of . . r,^ c..«.»c v.rv I American AssoaaUon of Umver-All are outsUndmg boUi m in- for Cub Scouts of Ptclt • ^ „ ^ ,^ ^^.ilterior and esitrior iifJtFi Openins Uieir i^ift for the beneet are AiOnr Etattd. atSj Southridge nMd; Mr. and Un. ner xor uuo oc™.:i oiir.» . ^ ^ and their families Soiiday Mt,^ 4^ sponsored by the Sacnd Heart lehooL Umg U- bles tmc decorated in a Cub gniip. win be from 1 to 5 o'clock Scoot motjf by the Den Moth- Mnroae wdcomed him into Saul Soscotweic, «B Camino , ^ Boy Scout Troop 11. i Norte; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Up. R<*ert McUugMm. »dya««;i Sobert Samos. Pack commit- ton. S90 West Stewns road; Mr mmts chairman. pTKtnted WoU;tee chairman, announced that! and Mrs. Bud Pnrer, 100« Boeart Mses to Jeff Chandke. Ken^ithe annual Kite Fly is sched-iIVail; and Mr. and Mrs^urt McLaui^lm, David Bowe and ukd for Man* 1 at Yucaipa and i Armstrong, 401S Tonapah, in Jim Hydi that March 27 will be Inspec- the Thundeitird Heights area, i Bart Sylvester received a t*o- tion Night for Pack 8. The Pack) Tickets may be obtained fctwii year pin, Steve Baily a three- placed second in the downtown the Chamber of Commerce in In-/ year pin and John Beall an ath- window display competition dur-dio. Palm Desert, Cathedral City lete activity pin. ing Scout Week and participated and Palm Springs. The tour Steve Bailey graduated from 100 per cent in the recent sus-j starts promptly at 1 o'dock and Webdos in a ceremony after which Area Cwnmissioner Mn- taining membership drive by i it is suggested that guests ctart Graybadc Council. 'early. All proceeds from the iour fo to the AJLU.W. scfaolardi^ M- lowship program. Eadi ymt the kxal branch awards scfaotarsUps to girls in the junior and aaiai year of celkte to help difray ex- peases. Merit awards te hi* sebalar diip aduevcamit ara pn ed to giris gradnatnic tnm the three high sdMNis in Ik* Ce«-j chella Valley. In addition, the local chapter assists in the na- Uooal A.A.U.W. fellowship program which «Baldes WMBCO to pursue their graduate work in universities throughout the world. OoUars for your old bike! ScQ it with a speedy dasiified Ad. Just dial Ibr SB ad -writtr t» day! 793-S2ZL Dr. McCoy is UR Faculty Wives speaker Or. Presslv C. MeOoy. cfian- eclhr of JohMton GUteft; dis- enned the Itton «f tha College witii Umversity of Redlands Faculty Wives at thiir twent monthly meeting at (be teme of Mrs. James Fm, MS Alt a Loma drive. Mrs. Balph Westervdt was the chairman for the evening. Serving en her conmiittee were Mmes. Gordca Atkins, Stanley L. Combs, Robert G. H. De­ queue, Donald W. Hardy. Larry H. Hendon. Ralph Hone, Charics Molaar. Brace E. Wallis and Robert G. Miltop. The nest nectinK win be • program presented by the ww imemben on Wednesday. March ' 19 at 1 p.ffl. Members attending the meeting were Mmes. Eofow 6. One- tette, Gabeft B. Becker. Sobtct R. Pode, Raymond C. Bocae, James E. Vcrteck, Stanley U CGfflbs, Donald W. Hardy. Frank R. Sems, Wilhar S. Gregory, Pressley C. McCoy. Robert G. H. Dequenne. Kenton W. Corwin. John L. Gfoon. Vernon E. Dombadi. Ralpfc Bone. Gordon Atkms, Haieid W. Woodrow, George RbOenberf, Richard F. Carison, J. Lei and Rcllenberg. Ward S. MiOer, David T. Nelson. James B. Iffi, George H. Armaeost, Charles Molnar, Larry H. Hendon. Ralpk WesterveU and James Fox. RODEO PRINCESS — Janice Woodbury, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Woodbury, 520 Elder Way, has been selected a Princess for the Sheriffs Rodeo scheduled as an attraction of the 1969 National Orange Show. Contestants for the honor were judged not only for horsemanship, but for poise, their western costumes and were required to make a speech. Janice is a senior at Redlands high school and an accomplished horsewoman. Rodeo dates are March 15 and 16 on the Orange Show grounds. POLLY'S POINTERS By Polly Cramer DEAR POLLY — My letter is for Nell wiiose neighbc^r •"borrows chronically" and "returns margarine for butter." I had this problem and solved it by sajing. "Gee. I am sorry I-am out and so 0ad you reminded; me. If you are going to the store, would you please pick up some for me?" Or, "No, I am out but will get seme forj you when I go to the store| later. Was it butter or marga-. rine you wanted?" If that docsj not work, "Neither a lender nor a borrower be." — MARGE DEAR POLLY — Do you hate to scrape frost from your car's windsUeM and rear glass? My husband and I do. We take a piece of an old sheet or a drape that is wide enough to cover the tfass in qnestian and long enough to reach to both car doors. We cover the class and ctose the ends in the door. Next morning, merely remove the doth and you have clean glass without freezing yourself to get it clean. Our chUdren read the Pointers just ar we both do — thank you so much. — RL'BY Pally's Problem DEAR KLLY - I am at a lots •• knew what to do with shirts of my hiraband's Hiat are toe short-taBad. He rafwas to wear them and I wandar H Niera it a way to add an tarnion. Does on* chaota material of the tame type and coler? Ha taid that if I did fhis they h^rf better stiy In bacauta he would not wear ane that alipi atrt and thews. -MRS. R. M. DEAR PMXY - noee plastic runners we use to protect rugs from rain and snow drips make ideal shelf linings, ney can be cut to nze and are easily wiped dean. No worry about replacfmente. aitey last iodefin- ilely. If one has paper or parchment {not doih or sUk) lamp shades that have ydlowad or are spotted they can be sprayed with a special lamp shade enamel bought at a paint store and are ! ready for service. — GERTRUDE DEAR POLLY - I solved the problem of holding heat down- 'jjstairs when sot needed. I hang stairs when no needed. I hang ja sheet of heavy plastic at the top of the steps. It is dear and 'lets the light through. When I; I want to get the upstairs warmer, '•• I lift this plastic sheet and lay it across the banister at the top of the staks. I have found that this helps keep the summer heat upstairs and the downstairs stays cooler. — MRS. L. Ihaea (whiMliaK .S ^a tt*VSi >radoiriUH«, .TariMddM lialMMed • ••II $2&M STYLE SHOP 34SifYKaipillfi YKAIPA {NamietlalarBcas.) FHRUARY V- Cl«m Janes, Jr. Ve CaL I. •. WilMN Biwca KniiM Te T.F.I. Or.Nsrmen ClydeFwlnem laeatMafB LtCeLW.T. RaWi Byma Jatai A. Oleevlch RoacaeT. 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