Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 5, 1969 · Page 8
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 8

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, March 5, 1969
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8 - Wedneiday, Mar. 5,1969 Kedlondt Daijr Focte ^Bargains in Quality Foods BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP $|II9 . f*8 69* Slkd Smoked C OTW Cut ltaiSrKM ....aM'* EemniGrsiiiMtai-M CMlerClio ^.t ^89< Csuimv Club CrysvK Wrepiied loMkssHM.u'P YongTirk0ysu49* ROASTING CHICKENS 49 Cooked HM/i ^°'59< Wete- Com BMf, Worn or rCTBOTdhniiHDurlr Gioiod RoMidl. u 79^ USD A. Cheiu Itoderoy ennd e «rf 0*eStMri [....u 'r« U.J OA Oaat Tmdfre^ Snmd Bff" RibStodK >«98* SpeKerStiak .,.'1'* USB* f*»i«J »ndw8fSron !lSfrf I OM I OSS Ro «ii '98* SLICED BACON 55 FmMTiort:^''79< h« Steit hww O MOO PflfcliRllet .X59' risliStida ...Vr98< , '489« loof ffiNois.. Ji98* Morket Basket Discounts Prices on Quolity Products. No Stomps and No Costly "Extras". Molt ilonn cloim to hove low pricn. Bui on whol—on a kondful of itom, or infm 'or pceduchT Net MoriH Botk*!. W. diicevnl prkw oil ikroufh tho star* ( Fair-Tfodtd or geoora- MM* tsntiolM pricoi). And gvoranMo lOlhlocHen or yo«r monoy bock on Miy pufthow. Trv*. you give up ttanpi to thep of MofUl Boa«t. But you gd borgolnt end quality olwoyi, •<«iy doy. S M lor yourMlll 9QBf r0M ..4U4i :Jar9 c7>Miz.>n«R.iit| er«1^Wti(«t.Mi.n«. liKtoRfRolstoo 41< CoHee S:»F UKCMSl.tti Wafers '?.5:37« Gffflhons** WifYTR^ Take U.S.D.A. Cholce- Tenderay Brand Beef. Oeiill bo MidtMod by gobbUdogooL -BoodMr B M I 1 ant U.S.D^ CheSco. Tri^Kito' M anl U.S.D.A. CtKMc*. Only U.S.OJL ClNNca b U.S.OJL Choicol And a Moral Genomwnl oiiport loyt to with a purpU itomp right on Iho nwot. MaihM Bothol M II* only U.S.O.A. Cheico B««f. And only MoiUt BotUt tolit ft 4i>CMnit-priM4i mm TENDERAY WHOLE KERNEL CORN B $1 TOMATOES 5 $« 23c • OSU J DISCOUNI iPiCi «<iMJn>ffla PoKokeMixJ4'29< DiKiteril>«<ilarCK-»a: »0Z. COVE 0V3IBI1 SKI KmiSHMttny Piesenfes • • < ;68' Peomrt Butter...4S< Jeke ^^39' "^°57* .t2^47« ShriM. U.S.D .A. CHOICE nNDERAY BRAND BEEF. FUU -CUT BONE-IN ROUND STEAK TnMnNAGraptfrM J VICO ••••••« Mw ^JQfllM • • • • c^. 41^ Viiie9arette.'if24* diili V^'39« KETCHUP .,1-li.CR- 39. BO-iUS DISCOUNI SPfClil «<», 37« ditopedBeef TtwRnlMcCeySlmd IMtlaoMMIUtBMforAII HMhbfM'^ CHEDDAR CHEESE GELATIN SALADS 33 Rib Roast M Wafer PM ClNps ..»9!r Clou Roast .95 'S|iarerili$....:n "..5!r PMli UiR Roast.. ...Sir StewiREReef »o!r BOLD DETERGENT lb., HAT CUT OR TRIANGU CUT RUMP ROAST. LB 79c •OmsnSCOUNTSPECUL SuyQi Twin.. Cheese Pino >;r 51< RiceMixes ..^r.^ 35< Vinegar Cider Vinegar.r. 30 MAHCET BASKET SUCED 01 HALVES PEACHES C&H SUGAR 55« BONUS DISCOUNT SPfCIAl liifPMIies...^79< fffied SciHips'^''*P mwiiuTAiiouTnnrl fillet rfSole ...^79< fish Cokes.*., ui .69' rtiiei or rera .ui./ ORANGE JUICE SUNRISE FRESH PRODUa Ye<i mutt b* cwnpWteJy Mt<(<<«d wath ony AteAol BotUi produc voif buy or your ittm wS bt rtplocad or your .;^'49« u.s.NainissCTO« COUMAOOmMcOUKE POTATOES CCMJDEN CROWN NATURAL Mer^ to-Mf tndwidually Wnumd Slkod Choose'^ 3S< CockfoH.. •.. .3 «^'1 eollwetotngfrolrtV.iOr tin. illolk.29< ..•cS8« .'e87* IV448. BAG EVEITBtTMSCNNTmCE EvannmscflMTmcE CENTRAlAMERICAN-nNESTQUAUTY BANANAS .J* IB. EVnrUY MSCOWIT PRICE CANS 29-OZ. CAM BARTirn PEAR HALVES. 39e EACH •nnSMSCOONT SPECIAL Mayoooaise..w 39* AiwrMcrDKcreKrSan 4 VivaTowels.o«*r;631* Peanuts... SaidwichBogs..21< Pkkles. .!i;55* • ' SASi ET I'DO - JET-X CAR WASH KIT .'i?36* msM-AucniN Biscoils. 0raapsib9B°Ligiistniin Plait 57' Secret *c2f Colsote ?^69< B«Roll-On.'£ 87< SKAT CAM. nu Chili Sm SooceMix..;^'21< Plonoe ^i?85* ANTISEPTIC LISTERINE WHOLE WHEAT BREAD BONUS DISCOUNI SPECIiL 39* louAuivrAOC *1 Clorox Toxize c>- Electrasol...;.'4 34< 89* , StridexPods.J178* HoirSpriy.<3o.c.59* ^M ^^H^B tr ^^^.TT,^ Dog Food :!^16* FROZEN Oifdiei'i ffXffwi ftnwch Owm *lth Alimlt«r«i »&n fitaiUsifhMtn T OM Pies Ofoldo fifDxen ftAviDts .?S^20' «» O«Z.0NIW«MGS ,IM BMKwfraanMMdwMiOnisiiteiw orBimwMiOnivtCto •» .11-- (lOr Mc wO|OMMS..f«(tk «• BANQUET DINNERS 37 AWWitialnMUrlirMt CMSickVodb ^*6** • A K I O M Age^cl10«* \M IffiiMriinOHiirliitanMSaMi Scotch .wMO" AW«««it «a «lwto <i« AirihMr6hi..^^*6«* Whiskoy.... w»7^ L IHTOW I T MARKET BMKET BONUS COUPON HIUS BROS. COFFEE 11B.CAN WIIM IMS COUKM NOW maOUOH lUOOAT. MARCH ^ n. IMt. AT ANT MAMtt RfSOT StOK. UMT ONI couMw -Aouin OMiy-ONt nw ni COUKN. (Market J (J^asket F4M0U5 FOR DEEP-CUT DISCOUNT PRfCESi •roohid» % San MalM in RHXANDS — 40th SK and Si«rr« W«y in San Baraardine — Highland Ava. and Starling in San Bamardina LINDY HALL Lindy Hall of Indio to wed Dale Dui anceau Mr. and Mrs. Ldand Hall of Indio aanounce the engagement or thehr daughter. Lindy. to Dale Daranceao, son or Mr. and Mrs. LaVere Duranceau, 1324 Laurd avenue. Lindy graduated from Coachella Valley high school and attended ChafTcy Junior College. She is now employed at the I Palm Desert Inn. Dale is a Redlands hiiUi school graduate and served with the U.S. Army lor two years. He is now emplcgred by the General Telephone Company in Indio. The wedding is planned for May 3. Public invited to hear talk on E.S.P. Dr. Milan Rj-zl. internationally known authority on E.S.P.. will be guest speaker Friday evening Tor the Society for the Advancement or Hypnosis. The mectmg. to which the public is inxitcd, will be at the San Bernardino County Museum audilo- rhim on Orange avenue in Bloommgton at 8 p.m. Dr. Ryd will speak or E.S.P. and parapsychology in the Sonet Unwn and Eastern Europe. He will also demonstrate the use oT hypnotism in developing E.S.P. He has been corresponding associate or Duke University's Parapsychological Laboratory and originally trafaied hi physics and chemistry. Having worked proTcssionany as a biochemist at the InsUtnte of Biology at the Czeeboslovakian Academy of Sciences. Dr. Ryzl became occupied with parapsychology in the 1960-s and turned to fnll- itime work in the field. He re- I ceived the McDougaQ Award for [work in the lieki. I A donation wiU be asked at the door Friday to delray expenses. ' Substitutes preside for Job's Daughters SubsUtute Officers fiUed the stations at the recent meeting or Redlands Bethel. Intematian- al Order or Job's Daughters. Filling the stations were Lori McMillan, chaplain: Cmdy Gril- fiths, treasurer: Linda Little, reccrder: Carol Sarret, librarian; Linda aem, first messenger: Ten Ford, second messenger; Nancy Danoff. third messenger: Wanda Norton, ftourth roesscnjger: Katbe McAndrew. fifth messenger; Marcia Oakleaf. senior custodian: Bartara Turner, junior custodian: Cmdy Oaklear. inner guard: Carol Emerich, outer guard. Escorted and introduced were Pat Bradley, past honored queen !or Redlands Bethel: Mrs. Barbara Weaver, deputy grand : guardian and guoidian or Redlands Bethel: Ray Weaver, as- isociale bethel guardian. Albert \ Joces. representative from Red-. ; lands Lodge No. 300. was inlro- ' diiccd. : The librarian's report was entitled "The Morning Thought."Trinity women , schedule events i All guiMs were represented yesterday morning when the boanl or directors of Women or Trinity met in Mannmg Hall at Trinity Episcopal diurch with their president. Mrs. Ray G. Ca- ruthcrs. Annooncemeot was made of the quarterly hmdieoa o( Women of Trini^r. to begfai at noon tomorrow with St Catherine 's gnild members as hontessw, In addMkn to the traditional Uay Party to be on Hoy 10 this year, a second large benefit is beinc planned far M. Atrangements are also bang made fbr a Family Fotlndc hi the Great Hall at the chnrch March 19 at 6:30 p.m. Proposed , by the pastor. Rev. Robert Lari kin. the dinner will feature talks by members of the Teen Challenge which the church spoil- The yoons peopta wQl discuss Ihclr prograin and the pngnss made with tceiMgen who an there to rdiafailitatios as tfaa result of me of drags.

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