Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 30, 1959 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Monday, March 30, 1959
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Thomerson-Kubera Rites Announced Saturday evening at 6 o'clock in Sacred Heart church, Mrs. V. Earl Thomerson. prominent Redlands business woman and owner of Sunset Tile and Roofing Company, exchanged marriage vows with Sr. M-Sgt. Theodore R. Kubera, currently stationed at Norton Air Force Base. Rev. Henry Kcanc performed the ceremony. Sergeant Kubera is scheduled to leave April 11 for Okinawa where he has been assigned to duty for a period of one and one half years Mrs. Kubera will remain in Redlands to await his return. Baptist Women's Meeting Slated Redlands Daily Facts Monday, Mar. 30,1959 - 3 To ripen tomatoes indoors select mature tomatoes that are full size and ready to turn color. They ripen best at temperatures' of 60 to 70 degrees. Put them where they'll get plenty of light but not too much heat. The label on a soup can does not tell how many oysters are in the stew, but it does give you clues to the amount of each ingredient. They arc mentioned in order of decreasing quantity, with the largest lirst and the smallest last. FACULTY RECITALISTS — John Gote, left, and Env'm Ruff pause briefly to pose in the roles they will appear tomorrow night when the violinist and baritone are presented in recital in Watchoin hall. Both men are members of the University of Redlands school of music faculty and distinguished artists in their own rights. Erwin Ruff, John Golz To Share Concert Platform At U.R. Tomorrow ENGAGED — Planning to be married next October are Lucy Cariota and William P. Doyle, both of Redlands, whose engagement is being announced today. Photo by Armand Lucy Cariota Bride-Elect Of illiam Doyle Water and Telephone Company in Redlands. "Women in Black" will be the subject of the talk to lie given by Mrs. U.V. White before the Women's Mission Society of the First Baptist church Wednesday. Mrs White and her husband, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Lyn wood, California, have recently returned from a trip around the world. During this trip. Mrs. White became interested in the life of the Moslem women in several countries that they visited. She will relate some of the experiencesi Tllc Vniversity of Redlands,the Sonatain G Major by Brahms and interviews she had with these! ,, , ,, , ,. • .. , ,. . vomen ;school of music will present anoth-jand \anations and Capnccio by Mrs. White's talk is scheduled;' rr in 1),c Sl ' ,il ' s <> ! faculty! Ucllo-Juio. |for 1 p.m.. immediately following!recitals in Watchorn hall lomor-j Both musicians are widely |the luncheon at noon. All women row at 8:15 p.m. <known in the community. Mr. Rull of the church and their friends Featuring John Golz, violinist.,is director of the L'.It. Concert are invited both to the luncheoiijand Krwin Ruff, baritone, the Choir which has made many sue- program is open to the public cessful tours and has appeared without charge. several limes on TV. Mr. Golz Mr. Ruff will sing eight songs is concert-master of the Univer- from the "Italienischcs Licder- sity Community Symphony orches- buch" by Hugo Wolf and Mr. GoU tra and the ReJlands Bowl Fes- will play "La Folia" by Corclli. tival orchestra. He is a winner and to the program. Mrs. .Merrill Jensen, president ol the society, calls special atten- Ition to the business meeting at 11 An October wedding is be in"! a.m. in the chapel. Officers for planned. ithe coming year will be elected.! of first prize from the Paris Conservatory and most recently was one of the few artists chosen by Violinist Jascha Heifctz for his master class. ; Assisting Mr. Ruff tomorrow | night will be John Robertson, pian-, isl and member of the L'.R. school of music faculty. Mary Evelyn Golz. pianist, will assist her husband in his portion of the program. Lighting and stage decor will be handled by Arthur Palmer, graduate student. SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad MONTH END SHOE VALUES! Group 7. Ranch House casuals — a new type of sports moccasin in white, cream, red, pink, and turquoise in broken sizes. Group also- includes selection of Kedettes and sandals. Regularly S3.95 and $4,931 2" Group 2, 20 pairs of terry cloth scuffs in white, blue, and pink. Small and large sizes. Regularly 52.95! SHOES — STREET FLOOR REAR Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cariota of Syracuse, New York, announce the engagement of their daughter Lucy Teresa of Redlands. to William P. Doyle, son of Florence E. Doyle, 2 Dale Lane, Redlands and Patrick F. Doyle of Cleveland, Ohio. Miss Cariota, a graduate o f North High school in Syracuse, is presently employed as secretary for Rees-Rees Realtors in Red lands. Mr. Doyle, a graduate of Cathedral Latin High school in Cleveland, also attended John Carroll university in that city. After moving to Redlands he attended San Bernardino Valley college and is now employed by the California LA. Orchestra To Play Sunday In Palm Springs | Arturo Basile, brilliant and handsome young Italian conductor, will make the last of his 12 appearances with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra in a concert in Palm Springs next Sun-j day sponsored by the Palm Springs Playhouse Guild. j This concert will also bring to i a close a week of Desert Circus, events and activities in Palm: Springs. j Basile has been making his initial bow as a Symphony conduct-] or in the United States with the; Los Angeles Philharmonic Orches-i tra in a series of concerts in! Southern California. He came to! the Coast direct from Rome where j| he has been artistic advisor fori CETRA records in Italy, as well as conductor of opera and symphony in many European music centers. He has received h i praise from leading music critics and the audience reception „ towards this young and imagina tive conductor has been exhilarat ing. This concert is being sponsored by the Palm Springs Playhouse Guild, and will be given in the new auditorium at the Palm Springs High School. Mrs. William Otto is chairman of the Philharmonic committee of the Guild, and is assisted by Mrs. Burnham Bigelow. Tickets for the concert are on sale at the office of the Palm Springs Playhouse Guild, on thC| grounds of the Desert Inn. Reservations may be made by calling FAirview 5-2204. .tJftfc sty tyi&ti ha •atf"ts JTW ^: teeifgk I'm of* %'i One Day Only! Act Mew! Ne Mail or Phot* Orders! i.4 *-> ~ " jn — RIVERSIDE REPIANP5 ten so; fcatt Q—The bidding has been: North East South. West 3 * Pass Pass A * Pass 4 V ? You, South, hold: *2 VAQ8 7 • A J 6 5 *K 9 3 4 What do you do? A—Double. They roicbt nuke jt but if you don 't double this one yon will never double anything. TODAY'S QUESTION Again your par'Dcr has opened three spades. This time vuu hold: *A32 VA654 4A87 +A 3 6 What dd you do? Answer Tomorrow- You'll Find a Ready Market Thru Fast-Acting Facts Classified Ads Ztf Grt.. S »«*i« Small Electrics Reg. SI 6.95 8 cup chrome Mirro automatic percolator $7.99 Reg. S7.95 Handy-Hannah single foot massager - $5.49 Giftwares Clear Reg. SI 4 pc. glass ash tray set 88c set Reg. SI pr. hand painted figurines 49c piir Reg. SI Hakata doll reproductions 49c each GIFTWARES — BASEMENT Housewares Clear Reg. 99c 6" aluminum lined copper bottom fry pan 55c Reg. SI.49 8" aluminum lined copper bottom fry pap 88c Reg. S6.95 3 pc. stainless steel mixing bowl set $4.99 Reg. S14.95 Hi-Dro-Trim eager, trimmer ..$8.9S Reg. S9.95 Bissell Shampoo Master $4.95 Reg. S5.95 Bissell Shampoo-ette $3.95 Reg. S17.95 and S19.95 disc, patterns of Cal Dak Tray Sets 1/3 off Reg. S29.95 10 pc. Ekco Flint copper bottom pan set $15.88 88c Specials Reg. SI chrome plated 6 pc. kitchen tool set 88e Reg. SI ceramic cookie jar _ 88e R2g. SI reminder boards 88c Reg. SI 6 pc. plastic-handle steak set 88c Reg. SI 8 aluminum tumblers in colors 88c Reg. SI 8 pc. pottery juice set 88e Terrific Values! Men's Sport Furnishings Reg. S3.95 to S7.95 long and short sleeved sport shirts Vi price Reg. S8.95 to S15.95 wool, wool blend sweaters ..Vi Reg. S3.95 to S5.95 walking shorts $2.99 Reg. S3.95 to S4.95 swim trunks $2.99 MEN'S FURNISHINGS — STREET FLOOR Boys' Wear Odds & Ends Boys' Sport Shirts — Short sleeves. Reg. S2.98 $1.99 BOYS' FURNISHINGS — STREET FLOOR Hi-Teen Savings Reg. S8.98 to $10.93 dresses. Broken sues and styles _ Come in Early and Save! Early Spring Dresses I Reg. $25.95 to $49.95 Beautiful selection of Early Spring dresses in casual, street and late day styles. Choose pure silks, sheers, cottons in prints, pastels, darks. Sizes 7 to 15, S to 20 and 12! i- to 22'i-- PRICE WOMEN'S DRESSES — 2nd FLOOR — HARRIS' Reg. $3.98 to $39.95 Sportswear i fo_L Price 3 2 Better coordinates, blouses, skirts, sweaters to choose from. Reg. S3.98 to $39.95. Not all sizes and colors in all styles. SPORTSWEAR — 2nd FLOOR Brunch Coats Clear Reg. $655 cotton brunch coats in back-wrap, 2 button closing styles. Full skirt. Sleeveless or-short sleeves. Spring prints and checks - - _ $395 $3 NEGLIGEES. ROBES — 2nd FLOOR HOUSEWARES BASEMENT V2 price NOW ACCEPTING PIANO STUDENTS MRS. LOIS LA BONTE Teacher of Piano THEORY, COACHING k ACCOMPANYING Studio: 1347 La Lomi Orivi Redlands Phone PY 2-7161 (Member of t.MT.A.i Curtain Clearance Broken lots of tiers, panels and drapes CURTAINS, DRAPES — BASEMENT China and Glassware Reg. $2955 33 pc. Brookpark dinner sets for 6 - $19.95 Reg. S5.95 5 pc. Bavarian china place sets $3.99 Reg. $69.95 93 pc. Indian Tree ironstone dinner sets for 12 $59.99 CHINA, GLASSWARE — BASEMENT Art, Needlework Reg. S2.98 waste basket _ Vi price Reg. S4/49 tray Vi price Reg. S258 kleencx box Vi price Reg. S2.49 letter box Vi price Reg. S2.98 planters Vi price Tole Craft paint by number items include brush and paint Half price ART, NEEDLEWORK — STREET FLOOR Rug Clearance The finest in rayon viscose throw rugs. Both loop and cut pile styles. Reg. S2.98 21x36 now $1.88 Reg. $3.98 24x42... now $2 .88 Reg. $458 27x48..... now $3.88 Reg. S7.98 36x60... $5.88 Reg. S6.98 bench hassocks now $3 Reg. 59c Kendall print dish towels 3 /$l Reg. $12.98 rosebud quilts now $6.50 Odds and ends from our bedding department. Twin and full size spreads Vi Assorted odd lots of linens and domestics....'/! DOMESTICS — BASEMENT HALF-PRICE TABLE Includes T shirts, long pajamas, baby dolls, purses, etc. HI-TEEN SHOP — 2nd FLOOR Small Boys' and Girls' Wear Clearance Reg. S2.98 small boys' cabana s?ts (shorts and shirts). Sizes 2. 3, 3X and (1 AQ 3 to 6X sizes *l.*f7 Reg. $2.93 girls' 2 pc. play sets. Polished cotton jamaicas with matching ei QQ striped T shirt. Sizes 3 to 6X ^ la/O Girls' Dresses Reg. $2.98 dresses, sizes 3 to 14 $1.00 Reg. S3.98 dresses, sizes 3 to 14 $2.00 * Reg. 54.98 and 55.98 dresses $3 Reg. $4.98 and $5.98 dresses $4 Little Girls' and Boys' Wear — 2nd Floor Infants Wear Clears Reg. S2.49 overall with elastic waistband, snap crotch. 1 70 Sizes M to XL * Reg. 53.98 diaper sets in corduroy, cotton and everglaze. eo 1Q M to XL 1 7 INFANTS' WEAR — 2nd FLOOR Notions Reduced Reg. S2.98 power mower, plastic cover... Vi Reg. S4.98 car seat cover Vi Reg. S2.39 plastic chair covers Vi Reg. S3.98 plastic couch covers Vi Reg. S2.98 barbecue covers Vi price Reg. S5.98 4 drawer shoe chest $1.49 Reg. SI .50 foam plastic scuffs 79c Cotton and Corduroy Tabis Cotton or corduroy tabis in odd sizes. Reg. 50c and $1. NOTIONS — STREET FLOOR Attention Nurses and Beauticians Uniforms Terrific values in uniforms! Choose dacrons, poplins, Shangri-la and wash and wear cottons. We can't mention (he label. Beautifully tailored in discontinued stvies. Reg. $10.95 to $16.95. mi «. Sizes S to 20. PRICE PIN MONEY SHOP — 2nd FLOOR — HARRIS' Spring and Mid Season Women's Coats i 3 to JL 2 OFF Mid season and Spring coats in wanted styles and colors. Tweeds, novelties, etc. Junior sizes. Reg. $39.95 to S110.95. WOMEN'S COATS — 2nd FLOOR Cosmetics Clear Dorothy Gray Atomist cologne and Atomist perfume set. Reg. S2.75. now $1.75 COSMETICS — STREET FLOOR Terrific Value! Be Early Please! Women's Spring Suits Reg. $29.95 to $89.95 Fashion-right styles and colors in new Spring suits. Choose ray­ ons, tweeds, novelty fabrics and lightweight wools. Misses,' junior and half sizes. Off Regular Prices WOMEN'S SUITS — 2nd FLOOR — ILARRIS' Yardage Remnant Many usable fabric lengths for dresses, blouses, skirts. children's wear, etc ' •* YARDAGE — STREET FLOOR Millinery Wide selection of wanted Hats. Reg. S2.98 to S16.98 Vi price Month-End Leather Goods Special leather goods for home and office. All items 88c. 88' STATIONERY — STREET FLOOR Pin Money Dresses Reg. $6.95 to $12.98 1 2 Cottons, spuns, prints and pastels and 1 pc, 2 pc, coat dresses and step in styles. Sizes 10 to 20 and 14'i to 22'i. Pin Money Shop — 2nd Floor Famous Make Lingerie ^ .0 1 OFF Selection of cotton and nylon tlecp- wtir, ilip*. half slips. l j to *> off. Also Re*. $8.93 famous make nylon tricot half ilips, waltz gowns, full length gowns, now Lingerie — 2nd Floor Ladies Handbags Ladies Handbags, Plastic and straws. Reg. $2.98 $1.00 HANDBAGS — STREET FLOOR Foundations Clear OFF Girdles, panty girdles and regular and strapless bandeaus 25% to 50% off FOUNDATIONS — 2nd FLOOR Nationally Famous Costume Jewelry 2 OFF Nationally advertised jewelry in stone set. beads, gold or silver styles. Not all in matched sets. Costume Jewelry — Street Floor • Plus 10% Fed. Ex. Tax Hosiery Scoop! Perfect quality, full fashioned stockings in dress and daytime -ihecrs. Sizes OHr to 11 HOSIERY STREET FLOOR

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