Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 30, 1964 · Page 2
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1 2 - Thurs., Jan. 30, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts PTA Council To I Film On Life Honor Awards Recipients At its meeting this week, Redlands PTA Council noted Feb- Saving Shown To Starlighters A. J. "Bi;d" Ferching of the Telephone Company showed a MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor ruary 27 as the day on which • film entitled "That They Might it would honor honorary lifejLive" during the Tuesday eve membership recipients at ajning meeting of Starlighters salad luncheon served in the club of Copa del Oro chapter, school board room at noon. ; Order of the Eastern Star, in Thanks was expressed to the' 1 n e Masonic temple Snack Redlands Insurance Agencies l ^ 00m Association for the contribution! Tne fllm demonstrated how a made for coloring books dis- ufe mi Sht be saved tributed for the bond election.! The devotion was given by Mrs. Russell S. Glass. Mrs.! M "- ^"l 3 " 1 7ay }°[{ * .„ .Robert W. Chambers and Mrs. 1 A ,. s0 " a ' hour '° lowc £, "j 6 L. G. Lubinsky, alternate. were imcc,mg - M «-. StanIc y . B l» ck " elected to the Council nominal-^ rn uas cbwrman and bos- inn /-nmmitfpo tcssrs were Mmes. Julius M. ft "vT announced .hat *e^^,_^> total PTA membership in Redlands units was 7.250. The Fifth District PTA educa- Harold Blancher, Ruth Bedenick and Annie Johnston Tables were decorated with tion conference was announced \ chrysanthemums and greenery, for February 15 at Fontana , lotho " at thre ™ e }}?2 ^ re High school. At the Council meeting were Mmes. Paul K. Boyko, \V. H. Breedlove, Ray J. Guest. Chambers, Harold E. Robinson. C. Mmes. Edna Lee Collier, Harvey Appier, R. E. Petersen, Zola Guffey, Harry Scott, Harrold Belcher, Austin Garrett, Pearl Smith, Lynn Jones, Mary A. Carison, Bob C. Foilett /P 0 ""^- L lovd N° w lin Tay- Robert L. Morlan, Glass, Wil Ham T. Hartzell, James L. Craw, William W. Whitmer, Raymond H. Clark, C. C. Shawver, H. D. Kirschner, Donald E. Arnegard, John Lubinsky. lor, Ellis Ward, William Bran scum, Earl Johnson, David Wil liams, Floyd Mattison and D. Ellis Crane. "WHO GOOFED" SQUARE Romas and!DANCE SATURDAY "Who Goofed" square dance PAST W.H.P. CLUB f,' b da - CG . 1 , Sa !! r,n,3y . tr ™ MEETS AT CRIMS 8 .1° 11 P m " ' n the Maso , l ! lc ha , Past Worthv High Priestess WI,h Ke 2 ny ^ " "l^" ^ [club of Redlands White Shrinej sc "' 3rc danccrs arc mv ' tcd - imet last evening at the homejZimmer, Ann Blackhurst and of Vera Mac Crim with Dorothy)Dai Ramsey. Letters were read Anderson as co-hostess. Present from Edna Kelly of Santa Ma- wcre Isabel Moore, Florence j rie and Barbara Weers, both Sandefur, Marca Shaw, Minnie'unable to be present. MUSICAL REDLANDS FIRST ASSEMBLY of GOD 1202 ORANGE STREET 8:00 P.M. FRIDAY, JANUARY 31 (SPECIAL GUESTS) 50 VOICE CHOIR FROM GUIDING LIGHT TABERNACLE IONG BEACH KENNY ROMAINE - Director Solo, Duets, Trios, Quartets, Also Sextette We cordially Invite you to attend our monthly Musicals with us. DINNER ENTERTAINERS — Sheree Smith, Maria Falcon and Gilbert Padilla, from left, practice one of the dances to be performed by youngsters Saturday evening during the annual Lincoln PTA Mexican dinner. Favorite items of Mexican food will be made and served from 5 to 8 p. m. in the school's multi-purpose room. The public is invited and may obtain tickets at the door. Entertainment by the children will be an added attraction of the evening. Mrs. Joe Jimenez is chairman for the event. (Daily Facts photo) Bowl Season Anticipated By Associates Getting an early start on plans for the coming Redlands Bowl summer season, members of the Bowl Associates board met yesterday morning with Mrs. Carl C. Bank, 12736 High- You'U Find a Ready Market Thru Fast Acting Facts Classified Ads view lane. Mrs. Lloyd Hulbert poured during the coffee hour, after which details of the season were discussed. Present were .Mrs. Raymond Beeler. president; Mmes. John W. Buffington, Carrol M. Crane, James F. Henry, Thomas A .I Hollingworth, Hulbert. Kenneth! H. Jacobs, Robert E. Morsej Giulio C. Panelli, Robert B. Rig-' ncy and the hostess. | The first meeting of the year, for the general membership will be on February 19 at the Robert H. Wilson home. POLLY'S POINTERS By Polly Cramer DEAR POLLY — I have four small children running in and out of the house all the time and tracking in all kinds of dirt. I keep a set of plastic bread bags by the door. These they slip over their muddy shoes to go through the house for any tiys they want. Before this they had to take off their shoes. This was a nuisance but now everybody is happy. — MRS. L. D. DEAR POLLY — I have several paper pockets in the back of my favorite cookbook. Each is marked for a holiday — Christmas, Easter, Thanksgiving and so on. When I discover a clever table decoration or food idea in keeping with a particular season, I clip it out and tuck it in the proper envelope. If I do not use an idea the first time, it may be just what I want the second year or I often pass the suggestions on to friends looking for something different for a special occasion. — MRS. W.- R.S. DEAR POLLY — Most every mother knows that she can sav» her toddler innumerable bumps and bruises by sticking strips of adhesive tape across the soles of shoes. This eliminates t h • hazards of slipping on w a x e d floors. Recently, I gave my work shoes the same treatment. Now, in our office building, I can hurry down the highly polished corridors with the surefootedness of a mountain goat. — LOLA MAKE f R1EN0S Children like adults, get caught in "guilty- looking situations. 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