Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 5, 1964 · Page 18
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 18

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18 Wed., Feb. 5, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Janice GrOOIII wins Betty Crocker award XcuiJe *A YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS Special Group DRESSES Some lovely Party Dresses in this group! Some formerly to $25.00 $ 5&M0 BLOUSES Many Styles and Colors. Formerly $3.95 to $4.95 *2 SLIPS Nylon Tricot OFF XcuiJeJ 113 Orange St. (formerly Kristy's) Downtown Redlands For Results Use Facts Classified Ads Janice Groom, attractive Redlands High School senior, was named as the R.H.S. Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow award, it was announced ast Friday. Miss Groom is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John L. Groom 1416 Pacific street. Redlands land returned to Redlands High J after spending a year in Europe where her parents were chaperones at the University of Redlands foreign campus in Salzburg, Austria. The honoree participated in a national examination in "Homemaking Knowledge and Attitudes," according to Mrs. Helen Griswold, R.H.S. Homemak ing teacher. The program, spon sored by General Mills is designed to "enhance the dignity of the American home." Active in A'Cappella and Con' cert choirs and Girls Athle* tic Association, Janice's work will be compared with other high school winners throughout California. A state winner will be chosen to compete with others throughout the country for the AU-American title. ONE IN FOUR NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. (UPI) — Approximately one of every four American boys be' tween the ages of 8 and 18 par ticipate in the Boy Scout move ment as Cubs, Scouts or Ex plorers, according to an announcement by national Scout headquarters here during Boy Scout Week, Feb. 7-13. 1964. Shop Norris' DOWNTOWN REDLANDS DOLLAR DM Thursday, Friday, Saturday FEB. 6 • 7 DRESS FABRICS REGULARLY TO $1.98 YARD Famous Brands — Plains Textures — Nubbies — Prints DOLLAR DAYS Only Hand Screened Silk Prints 2 Values to $4.98 Short Ends 110 ORANGE Redlands PY 3-3248 OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS 'TIL 9:00 Hermione no glamor girl but wins many admirers By VERNON SCOTT ambition to replace San- UPI Hollywood Correspondent drc Dec. but she would like to HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Her- fulfill a life's dream of playing mione Gingold, who at 66 has Lady MacBcth. no illusions about becoming a "I would have to play the part glamor girl, says she cannot in England where there is not watch herself perform because as much accent on youth as I "I really think I look better in there is in America." she said. J iperson than in movies." "When I become too old to work Miss Gingold, whose bassoon- I'll retire to China. They really like voice has won her millions respect age over there." of awe-struck admirers, believes In China, too. Miss Gingold: her voice loses something on.might reestablish her old Her-| film, too. i mione luncheon club, a group ofj The English actress made; English ladies who share the J these observations after remov-;given name Hermione. ing her tooth caps at lunch in! "The name appears some- the universal commissary. 'where in Shakespeare." Miss "Look," she said, pointing to'Gingold said. "It means Grcck : her own incisors. "They wantjgoddess. But I think I moved to cover up the gap between myjto New York from London 10 teeth. Really, I don't see that'years ago just to escape being!) the caps make that much dif-.confused with Hermione Baddcr- ference." ; ley. People were always mistak- She placed the caps in a in 8 our names, small bottle and sighed her dis-i "Actually. I believe there are enchantment. As a costar in .only 12 other Hermiones in all "I'd Rather be Rich." she plays of England. Several of them a nurse who is slugged by wrote to me commenting on our Maurice Chevalier. isharing a common name. So Ij 'advertised in the papers and formed a club. Once a month; S DAYS FEB. 6-7-8 OPEN FRI. NITES 'TIL 9 maggi's exciting values! Also Paired in "Gigi" a dozen of us Hermiones would; The last time they appeared together the oldsters played fad-. ed lovers in "Gigi," circa 1958.!. gatn ,? r for lunch ' 11 was fiood j Like any woman. Miss Gingold: • expressed a preference for ro-j Nicknamed "Boodles" mance over a belt in the chops. | As if Hermione Gingold were Mind you, Hermione has noi"ot distinguished enough a name — iher middle monicker is Ferdin-j . , , _ . janda. But Noel Coward calls AbOUT PeOple (her • Boodles. • ' I Miss Gingold has always re- Russel Hidwiger, Elementary fused to change her name. She School Teacher, Redlands, has j also has resisted suggestions been invited by the National]that she do something about her DRESSES Reg. to $19.98 ... $ DAYS Only $ 5o00 . . $ DAYS Only $ 10,00 . . $ DAYS Only $ 15e00 . . $ DAYS Only $ 20«00 Reg. to $35.98 Reg. to $49.98 Reg. to $69.98 Commission for Teacher Education and Professional Standards (NCTEPS) to join in a drive earth-shaking voice. "I used to be a coloratura soprano," she said wistfully. "But for development of the "career!a nodule appeared on my vocal teacher". Educators from Ari zona, Hawaii, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and California cords and I haven't been the same since." Dressed in a nurse's uniform met with Commission officials'for her new role. Miss Gingold at the Del Coronado Hotel, Jan. | is playing the part for laughs. 27-28. to discuss the importance!But she prefers the give-and- of "on-the-job" training for take of spontaneous humor in SWEATERS Reg. to $10.98 ... $ DAYS Only $ 3.00 Reg. to $15.98 ... $ DAYS Only $ 5.00 teachers to help them become more competent Prince dies appearance on the Jack Paar Show. And no wonder. It was on Paar's program that she made iher most memorable ad lib. Prince Al-Jack asked her what she MADRID (UPI) fonso de Borbon. 63, a nephew thought of Elsa Maxwell, and of the last Spanish king. Al- Hermione Ferdinanda Gingold fonso XII. died at his home answered: "She's just another here Monday of a lung ailment.: pretty face." $ DOLLAR $ DAY SPECIALS DRIP GLAZE DINNERWARE AT TERRIFIC SAYINGS SET OF 4 BOWLS SOUP-SALAD CREAMER | 11 Pc. Drip-Glaze | SALAD SET 1 $|95 H (hm -Pnif, Clind Brunt Wit!. U86E SALAD BOWl- 6 IND'VIDUAl PUTB-SAU i 1 PEPfER—P0L1SHE0 WOOD 6 PC. Sparkling Drip-Glaze COFFEE SERVER SET $|95 Full 8 Cup Server with Cover and Warmer . .. Covered Sugar . . . Creamer. Colonial 107 E. STATE ST. (ACROSS FROM PENNEY-S) DOWNTOWN REDLANDS MAPLE HOUSE BLOUSES Reg. to $7.98 ... $ DAYS Only $ 2.00 Reg. to $11.98 ... $ DAYS Only $ 3<00 LIMITED QUANTITIES! • NO LAYAWAYS 16 E. STATE ST. DOLLAR DAYS ONLY! • NO RETURNS DOWNTOWN REDLANDS OUTSTANDING VALUES! The BOOTERY THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Feb. 6, 7, 8 SHOE_ CLEARANCE DRESSY FLATS TENNIS OXFORDS DRESSY HEELS NATURALIZERS $ 5 00 $790 « C.n.1. • *«•»» « Kbqt. • I13.9S zer- n »-9» t. IISJ9 ODDS and ENDS MEN'S SHOES VALUES TO 3 $12.9* WOMEN'S SCUFF SLIPPERS $4.99 j PURSE CLEARANCE VALUES S^l^ TO M $4.W m * OPEN FRI. NITE 'TIL 9 OPEN FRI. NITE 'TIL 9 SOONER OR LATER YOUR FAVORITE SHOE STORE 18 EAST STATE STREET REDLANDS

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