Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 17, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 3

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RedlandsDaily Facts Friday, Jan. 17, 1964 - 3 ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE RE AY Society Editor CAM BrDtJiomurt SAN BERNARDINO RIVERSIDE REDLANOS Colors That Sing Spring TOYS FOR TOTS - Mrs. H. Don Goodrich, left, and Mrs. Earl B. Anderson display a few of the 100 stuffed animals donated by the Junior Clubwomen of the Contemporary Club »o Wesley Hall Annex. Each child will hove his very own toy to keep. This is one of the club's "Build a Better Community" projects. The money is raised through the members' benefit Bowling League. McKinley PTA Future Meetings Board Resumes ; Of Newcomers Activities I Once Monthly It was back to work this week for McKinley PTA board members after the holidays when members met for coffee at the home of Mrs. A. L. Williams, 917 Fletcher street. Mrs. Walter G. Tyson was co-hostess. Future programs were discussed and reports of past activities were given by the officers. Mrs. James L. Craw, president, thanked members for their work on the Christmas baskets. A letter of thanks was also read from .Mrs. Lucille Older, executive secretary at the Family Service Association. A character education thought was read by Mrs. L. G. Bryan. Unanimous approval was {liven by the members when James Stanfill, principal, told of a program for parents on "Understanding Today's Malha-j matics" to be given under the j adult education division. A report by Mr. Stanfill was also heard at this time. At the meeting were Mnies. Craw, Jack H. Mottweilcr. Sal- Members of Redlands Newcomers club voted Monday evening during their first meet- ins of the new calendar year to meet only once a month for the remainder of the year, on the first Monday of each month. I Two new members were jgreeted at this meeting. They are Erica Reynolds and Ruth Parr. j Edith McCollister was appointed to fill the vacancy of treasurer for the rest of the current term. No special program was planned for the evening which was concluded with the serving of refreshments. 1 The next meeting will be February 3 at 7:45 p.m. at which !ime a preview of Easier hat fashions will be presented by the Harris Company. All newcomers to Redlands, members and friends are invited to attend. vador Saucedo, David G. Cadwallader. Tyson, Edward F. Olmos, Robert E. O'Reilly. John Reran, Keith Coder, Dale Burns. Bryan and Williams. The New Sub-Teen Story Stretch Dress A dainty little dress for a young miss ... of a new fabric, cotton Wamsutta Huggamatic® for wearing ease, perfect fit and comfort. For easy care ifs advanced wash 'n wear and needs little or no ironing. Wear with or without belt. Sizes 6 to 14. HI TEEN SHOP - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' In Accessories, This Spring We Applaud a Fresh New Story "Fashion In Color" Painting the fashion scene in accessories of soft subtle pastels, rich mellow beige and vibrant red and violet. Artistically add the finishing touches to your Spring wardrobe with accessories from our exciting new Spring collection. Patents by GARAY in a Rainbow of Colors $598", $898 A beautiful interpretation for Spring by Garay in diamond jubilee patent handbags. In a rainbow of colors, rajah red, summer nude, white lightening, heavenly blue, rose dawn, canary yellow, jet black and snow white. Choose from new styles in tailored classics, pouches and clutches. HANDBAGS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' New Fashion Beads In New Fashion Lengths $ 2 00 Earrings $1.00* A rainbow of color to grace your neck . . . in new fashion lengths of twenty-three and thirty inch single row large bubble beads and multi strand bibs all with matching earrings. Pastels of pink, blue, orchid, lime, yellow and beige. COSTUME JEWELRY-STREET FLOOR-HARRIS' Orion Tailored Jackets In Soft New Colors *6 98 Others $7.98 Well tailored two pocket hip tip jackets for that added touch of warmth and loveliness . . . Orion?* acrylic. In soft sophisticated shades of white, beige, pink, blue and lavender. Sizes M and L. $6.98 Sizes 40-42-44-46. $7.93 ACCESSORIES—STREET FLOOR—HARRIS' A Wardrobe of Gloves Our Newest, By Hansen $2 and $350 You'll paint a sophisticated picture with the finishing touch of gracefully gloved hands. Beautifully tailored of nylon in spring's newest fashion colors. Short length or mid arm. Sizes 6 to 712. GLOVES - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' SOH GREEN STAMPS wlrh CaiA Pwrchoflet mnd Dawn Paymmntt USE HARRIS' OPTIONAL CREDIT PLAN No Down Poymtnf>—fttasoffafaf* SmrtUm CAar-f • 4 Monthi to Pay. Optff «if Option*! Cem4if Hon Now! * Plus 10% Fed. Ex. Tax $AH IMHMDINO (Ph. TU »0444l UVIWSIOi (Hi. OV 4-4040) Shoe •«! » F.M. Mam. mni frU Olfc.r Dayi »:JO 'IB 3:30 Shop Mm 'HI » PJ4. Hon., Thm, mod ftU~ Offiir Ooyi 10 'III « HOUNDS (n. rr J -3»«) Shorn 9:30 AM. 'HI 9 KM. IrL OlA.r Doyi 9:30 'III 5:30

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