SHORT BIBS By FRANK O'NEAL <Vi'S WKE TO rAV;- AORM CVtRV fiARAfiE— SHORTER WORKING HOIKS —NO TAXES-LONGER VACATIONS— •KTTeR HOUSES ALLEY OOP Bv V. T. HAMLIN v AW. PIPE POVVN! Or OtXICSE, 1 WEON1YTAKE./ K3J_BUT NOW\OJ MAY LEAVc. -BECAUaE I'M NOT / BUT HOW CAN fflVlNS UP THS I T CALL HIM IN aom TiL'tOu V WHEN r CCNT CALL ALLEY IN FBOM \ KNOW WHERE THATWIPSCOSE \ HE WENT? CHASE TOU SB4T MM /— sr -rx »- CN ! y 73 4^ THE STOKY OF MARTHA WA «TNF By WHSON SCRUGGS Sfe;,'..«.g,.iirA S3, .'-3. Wo/ ^'i-L 1, , DO IT/&'.«,AWJKASJ A i q > A6AW, IF K5C=?rAKV 6./ - (WAT'S <BV\E OVEC^f IDONT KMO.V,BJ: H.'.\ ALL Or A SuODEN^ I'M k!OT 60,145, '' V.OEE, l.-'lJ. BOOTS AND HEB BUDDIES By EDGAR MARTIN PRJSCDLLA'S POP By AL VERMEER WEAR THE NEWS,' STUART? THEY'RE | CLOSING SCHOOL FOP TWO WEEKS J TO PAINT THE X FLAG POLE!J CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER PCWT LET Mc LOOKS FOOL «Ui IW NO DELICATE HOT-HOUSE P-CWHOj I WAS A CKCUJ STRONG LAW AMI E*-CHAMP FWM.E 1W51IR! IF J I CAM TOTE TWICETY TWKC YOUR veietrr ME OWN WH6HT / WOULD SS QUtTC AN CLEAR ACftOST [ ACH1EVEWENT 1 . BUT WB AFRICA'. HcKB I tVLL TRAVEL LIGHT. THS dONNV^QUAMB V JOS KEEPS SOMEONE THB»RACKASE5iy\ WITH BRAINS AMP COURAC! MORTY MEEKLE By DICK CAVAJJJ OUR BOARDING HOUSE trith MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OCR WAY J. K. WILLIAMS Redlands Daily Facts 2 - Tuesday, Mar. 31,1959^ Women's Club Luncheon Honors New Members Mrs. Christopher Barnes, chair| man of the membership committee, introduced newest members of the Contemporary club yesterday during the club's spring luncheon which was followed by an afternoon card party. Women who had joined the clr ! ) since the fall "new numbers" luncheon were special guests. Mrs. Ernest R. Larsen and Mrs. William A. Bnmton were hostesses for the luncheon attended by approximately 120 club members. Assisting them were Miss Vida Ward, Miss Mary Pew and Mines. Frank Hall. William O. Mulligan. Joseph Prendirgast and John C. Yribarne. Hostesses at the various tables v ere .Mines. John Speiricl. Tied W. Cable. William B. Clark. Harriet Tilden. Vinton Gregory. G. Caldcr Bennett. Gordon Donald. John Hatfield. Daniel Crane. Dorothy II. Brenan: the Misses Ann Gay and Marie Frost. Mrs. Frank Mills, headed the dining room committee serving the luncheon. Working with her were Mmes. Rolla Whitman. Harry Layer. C. Davenport Smith. J. A. Fair and Fred Phillips. Decorations for the luncheon tables and club rooms were arranged under direction of Mrs. Herbert G. Hcdin. Mrs. Charles S. Hunt was chairman of the hostess committee for the card party. Mission P.T.A. Sponsors Adult Education Course Under auspices of Mission P.T.A. through arrangements made by the unit's parent education committee, an April series based on answers to a recent questionnaire will begin this week and will continue every Thursday through the month from .7:30 to 9:30 p.m. There will be no fee for registration which may be made Thursday in the Kindergarten room, behind the main building of the school. Highway 99 and California street. This approved adult education course in child growth and development has been made possible with the aid of Jack Binkley, coordinator. Redlands division of adult education. The series will feature Armand Mazucca. family relations consultant and Patton State hospital psychiatric worker. Mr. Mazucca is a graduate of Colorado college with a major in sociology. He received his M.A. from the University of Denver in 1954. With his wife and three children, all under five years of age. Mr. Mazucca has been in California for one and a half years. "How a Child Learns About Sex", the topic receiving the most stress in the returned questionnaires, will be discussed at the initial meeting this week. Child care will be provided during the weekly sessions and coffee will be served. GARDEN CONTEST WINNER—Mrs. Mary Kuliffay, left, receives a trophy from Mrs. J. C. Cruise after being named sweepstakes winner in Yucaipa's seventh spring garden.contest. The contest was sponsored by Yucaipa Horticultural Society, Yucaipa Businessmen's and Property Owners' Corporation and Yucaipa-Redlands Area Garden Center. Prizes Presented To Winners In Yucaipa's Spring Garden Contest Mrs. Mary Kuliffay was 'an ,'coast and that the society had r.uunced as sweepstakes winner already made a protest. : n Yucaipa's seventh annual spring It was reported that the Dandc- qarden contest at the M a r c h lion Garden club sponsored by the meeting of Yucaipa Horticulturaijsociety had received national no- G.O.P. Women Attend Special County Meeting Fourteen Redlands Republican Women were among those of other clubs attending the School of Politics put on by the Southern Division, California Federation of Women's clubs at Arrow head Springs hotel yesterday. Usually conducted in the metropolitan area, a new plan was .adopted this year in carrying out [the program at various county levels. Among those ."peaking during the morning were Mrs. Cecil Kenyon, state president: Mrs. Don Petty, southern division presi dent who was chairman of thr morning meeting, and Mrs. Aria Recder. vice chairman of the Republican State Central commit tee. Workshops for various interest groups were part of the luncheon hour when officers and commit tee leaders met with their counterparts in other clubs to share ideas and compare progress. The Redlands delegations in eluded Mrs. Milton Vander Linde. .president: Mmes. G. A. Jahn, Ray- Imond Haight, W. S. Uncoln Jr.. Robert Wilson. Roy Hill, Dougla; Armstrong, Wayne Berkshire, Thomas L. Burton, Lynn Walker. |Lee Harris, C. A. Luttrell, Ben Grimes and William Gregory. SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad How To Care For Carpeting AH too soon after the new carpet is laid you may notice a beat down traffic path. Don't let it floor you. The carpet will stay new looking tor years if you remove spots and traffic paths as they appear with Blue Lustre Carpet and Upholstery Cleaner. Blue Lustre literally erases the beat down areas without the necessity of cleaning entire carpet One half gallon of Blue Lustre concentrate cleans three 9x 12 rugs. HOME FURNITURE CO. 515 Orange St. PY 2-4240 society. Mrs. Kuliffay received the tro phy donated by the sponsoring or-j •;antzaticns, the Horticultural Society, the Ba«inessmen's and Properly Owners' Corporation of Yucaipa Valley and the Garden Center. Dr. Leslie Smart received a special prize from the society and other winners were .Messrs. and Mmes. Joseph Forand. Arthur Iscnberg. Homer Otto: M m e 5. G. 0. Barnett. Maurice Giberson, Donald Matthews and Harry Rose and the Security First National Bank. Prizes were donated by Holsinger Lumber Co.. Kabel Pharmacy. Stokers-Dresswell. Bliss-Cole and Gateway nurseries and two other out of town nurseries. Mrs. Giberson was also installed as president of the club for the year beginning April 1 with Mrs. John C. Cruise, vice president: Lydia Cook, recording secretary; Otto Vavra. treasurer, and Mrs Harry Horrocks, corresponding! secretary. Mrs. A. J. Capo, director of District 11, California Garden Clubs, Inc., installed the officers. Dr. 0. Weber of Indio spoke on Bill 1996 which Assemblyman Jackj Beaver of Redlands is introducing to restrict the use of the agricul tural poison 1030. Mrs. Capo reported that one Penny Pines plantation had been fully subscribed and a second is almost paio for. She also read a list of donors. Mrs. Cruise spoke of the proposed freeway through Carmel. saying that conservationists feel it will ruin a scenic portion* of the tice in National Gardener. It wa.- onc of only four clubs across the nation and the only one in Califor nia receiving this attention. A letter was read from Rev. A Conser in India thanking the group for the conservation material sent to the junior garden club there, sponsored by Yucaipa Horticultural Society. This club received attention at the state meeting in Long Beach recently and was the subject of an article in the Santa Ana Register Junior garden clubs celebrated Arbor Day by planting a red wood tree and berried shrubs for the birds at the Yucaipa-Redlands Area Garden Center. Mrs. Cruise reported. The trees were donated by the Boy Scouts. In observance of Conservation month, a table held over 60 speci mens of partcular interest to out of state members. The best of these will be placed in the plant specimen case in the breezeway at the Center. Mrs. Harry Rose gave an informative talk on a number of the most distinctive plants. The picture "Wildflowers of the West" was shown through the courtesy of the Richfield Oil Company by a company representative, L. Lewis. The flower arrangement prize of the meeting went to Mrs. Capo. Smiley Cub Dens To Be Organized Organization of new Dens for Cub Scout Pack 11 of Smiley school will be ihe order of business this evening when parents and boys 3 to II years old and those who will he eight by July meet in the multi-purpose room at the school. Interested parents of present Cubs are also invited to attend. The Cubbing program will be explained and an actual Den meeting demonstration v.i'l be provided. There will be an opportunity for boys to fill out reservation sheets to reserve a place in a Den. CRAFTON PARENTS INVITED TO MEETING Crafton P.T.A. will meet at 8 p.m. Friday in the multi-purpose room at the" school. Dessert, and cofiee will be served after wh't-h there will be games and dar.cing and special entertainment for the children. An invitation is also extended to parents in the Crafton area with children attending Kindergarten at Kingsbury or Montone schools. Cities of Europe Are Always Glamorous! 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Fairview 42732 CONGREGATIONAL WOMEN TO SEE JOHNSON PLAY Albert and Bertha Johnson, directors of the University of Red lands drama program, will present one of their two Drama Trios in a performance of Mr. Johnson's play "Whirlwind" for members of the Women's Fellowship of t h e First Congregational church Wednesday. The program will follow the monthly luncheon which will be served at noon. T RESERVATION FORM Gala Banquet Celebrating 36th Anniversary of Redlands Bowl Mrt. Edward B. DarraH, Chairman 3S8 Tarracina Radlandi. C.l;f. Plaaia raiarvo pltctt «t $10 ttth far Hi» H«dl«(idi Bowl Permanent Ftitivil Orchttfr* Bantfit at Arrowhaad Springs Hottl, Tufid.y, April 7, l»9, at 7:10 P.M. Nama Addraii TIcltati will ba mailad on raea'rpt of yog- chaek. Plaaia land <rlf-addraliad itampad anvalopa for rafurti.
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