Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 20, 1964 · Page 2
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, February 20, 1964
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2 - Tiiurs., Feb. 20, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts [ Hawaii Flower Slides To Be Shown Tomorrow MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor octet if Washington's Birthday OES Themel* BUSY ENGINEERS' WIVES - Mrs. Ernest W. Bennett, Mrs. Ted Steveson and Mrs. E. J. I. Peterson Jr. assist in making decorated world globes for the luncheon tables at the March 7 fashion show, bridge-luncheon to be sponsored by Wives of Professional Engineers at Azure Hills Country Club. The affair is open to the public. 'The Cherry Tree and the ' Hatchet" was the theme of last (evening's meeting of Copa del Oro chapter. Order of the Eastern Star, in Masonic temple honoring George Washington's birthday. Each member ceived a golden hatchet pin-on on arrival by the chapter hostesses. The East was decorated with large red cherries. Associate Matron Ruth Matteson filed the worthy matron's station for Waneta Hcuman who was called to Oklahoma due to the serious illness of her mother. Ivah Petersen was associate matron and Mary Friderich was marshal. Arthur P. Crim Jr. served as electrician. Escorted and introduced were oast matrons and past patrons Stella Garrett. Nancy Hepburn. • Myrtle Henderson, Vera Mae |Crim, Alice Littleton, Helen Kepp, Edna Hartwell, Audrey Jackson, Austin Garrett, Tom Dr. and Mrs. G. Suesserman, of Yucaipa, founders and conductors of the popular '"Critique Tours", will be speakers at the onthly meeting of Redlands Horticultural and Improvement Rubin Jackson. Visitors were!Society tomorrow eveing. show- Don Anderson. .Mabel Lynn andjing a series of brilliantly col- Naomi Anderson. ored and unusual slides of The head tabic in the dining'"Flowers of Hawaii". The room was decorated with a j meeting open to anyone in the large cherry tree. Red. white| surrounding area interested and blue streamers and hat-1in gardens and gardening, will re-jchets were on other tables. Ibegin at 7 at the La Posada Austin Garret spoke briefly | Hotel. Preceding the meeting, about George Washington, con- j those who wish will meet at eluding with the remark that 6 o'clock for dinner at Willard's he was the "first grand master j Cafeteria. of our country". Jerald Wjcsej Dr. and Mrs. Suesserman i Alpha Sigma Pi Anniversary Luncheon Set Menfone PTA Honors Follefts With Awards Alpha chapter of Alpha Sig-[ ma Pi sorority alumnae made! final plans for the 50th anni-! Mcn , onc PTA honom , Mr versary of the sorority when and Mrs Bob c FoUett with members met Tuesday evening: honorarv life memberships in at the home of Mrs. Ray Chap-!, hc Pa ^ nt _ Teacher Associa- man, 11.33 Holmes street, \u- !tion at the reccnt February unit ca 'i' a - I meeting The event is scheduled fori In making thc p rcsen t ation , February 29 at the Huntington-| Mrs Dec j noted Mr and Sheraton hotel in Pasadena and; will be in the form a a lunch- j eon. i Mrs. Eari Minnick showed! slides and souveniors of her re-! est in the children and the community. They give much of their time to scouting, the ... . ,, _ . . ,. . P.T.A. and many other activ- cent trip to the Orient which;j t j she reviewed for the group 1 Mrs. John S. Kerr, mother of gave a talk on the Washington monument. Hostesses and hosts with Lois Pendleton. chairman, were Ethel Gaughy, Helen Repp. started their travel activity more than nine years ago, with a foreign films society, "Cin­ erama Critique". From this has developed "Critique Tours"— Gladys Hovanas, Arlene \Viese,|with specially arranged and Elaine Dillon, Vera Tireyj supervised tours to Hawaii and Lcallc Vaught, John Tirey and D. Ellis Crane. It was announced that the McCoy ritual will be given at Fallbrook May 15. The Social club will have a sack luncheon tomorrow noon and Starlighters meet next Henderson, Edwin Hartwell andiTuesday at 7:30 p.m. the South Seas, to Mexico, and the countries of Europe, many off the beaten track. Their next round-the-world tour leaves in June. j The Sussermans also conduct a Travel Club, which provides | weekend and holiday excursions j I to nearby interest spots. thc chapter president, Sirs. John M. Solter, was a guest. Mrs. Kerr is from Phoenix. Ariz. Others present for the dinner meeting were Mmes. John H. Bolson, Paul Ulmer, John Oliver, Monte Hedman, George j K. Johnson, Donald C. Kiel. Sam Littrell, Douglas Whyte, E .j Raymond Wilson, Lawrence De Peel. Ray Schall and J. R .j Bruckart Jr. i j SELL IT TOMORROW j With low - cost Classified Ads Hostesses for the evening were Mmes. Roger M. Imblcr, R. D. Zeek and George W. Brier. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. PRE-INVENTORY CLEARANCE PIANOS & ORGANS HOLLEY & JACKSON Redlands Blvd. & New York St. Engineers' Wives Plan Scholarship Benefit Alfred Theal, V. Cameron Richard Thomas An entertaining afternoon isi Mmes. being planned by Wives of Pro- Haight. fessional Engineers of the Riv-|and Peterson; and non-mem- crside-San Bernardino Counties j hers Mrs. Raymond Fedorchak. chapter who extend an open in- Mrs. Richard D. Fagg and Miss vitation to all women interested Sharon Bumstead. in supporting their benefit fash- i Proceeds from the benefit ion show and bridge luncheon party will go into the engineer- March 7 at Azure Hills Country jjng scholarship fund. This club. i year's scholarship recipient will Reservations must be made I be a student from San Bernar- and paid for by February 24:tijno Valley College, with Mrs. Loren Barnelt, 7923302. "Fashions on the Go" is the theme of the day and decorations in the travel theme will include colorful travel posters and original little world globes on the tables. Mrs. Richard Holmes of Riverside and Mrs. E. J. L. Peterson Jr. of Redlands are fashion [at Harvard College. Cambridge, show chairmen. Mrs. Glenn;Mass., at the conclusion of the Wilson of Colton will provide j first semester, according to musical accompaniment for the word received here by his par- showing of spring fashions by a ; on ts. Rev. and Mrs. Mark L. Riverside store. j Andrews, 921 West Cypress ave Mrs. Peterson is also serving ;nue. as decorations chairman and; Mark is a sophomore ma- Mrs. Ernest Webb of Riverside,joring in government and ac- is chairman for thc prizes of tending Harvard on a four-year' the day. General Motors Scholarship. \ Models will ^members' He is especially active in (he 1 s.*,*******, Harvard Yount; Republicans' club, named thc outstanding) club at its national convention last year on thc basis of its J press notebook compiled bj i Mark Andrews On Harvard Dean's List Mark J. Andrews II has again been named to the Dean's List We Specialize in ^ All Types of Permanent J Waves and Tints i BRUSH BACK Permanent *i Mark a * p 7f rs r rnefl " y - I£; h l« \ a member-at-large of the clubs Special $4.50 ; No Setting Necessary i --$ . _ j slate of officers. { MentOnS BSaiiiy SSlOP^ Mark is looking forward to a i W0 Mentone Blvd. Mentone \ . career with the Department of I Open Eveningt by Appt. Only <; State, specializing in inter executive committee and is cur rcntlv on the ballot for its new 794-1900 X , national affairs. SALLY YATES - OWNER^I MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERY CUSTOM MADE MATTRESSES Free Pick-Up and Delivery Free Estimates BANNER Mattress & Upholstery Co. 122 CAJON PY 3-5851 1 Q—The bidding has been: East South West North 1 ¥ 1 A Pass 2 • Pass You. South, hold: AKJ 1042 VA32 *A32 *Q6 What do you do? A—Bid three diamonds. Your hind is definitely worth another bid in this situation. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continues to three no-trump. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow SHOES - STREET FLOOR Friday fir Saturday Only Clearance Group DRESS SHOES. CASUALS, BAREBACKS Plus a group of SADDLE OXFORDS Brown and White, Black and White. Large Group U S. KEDS Includes Brown and Yellow Plaids. Also KILTIES in pointed toes, Royal Stewart Plaid. All sizes. Reg. $5.95 Clearance Group Women's & Children's HOUSE SLIPPERS .. $1 We've Put the Axe to Hundreds of Items Through-Out the Store During *^ S»N BERNARDINO Special Purchase! Revlon Lipstick and Nail Polish Kit Dollar Day Priced *5 6 Lipsticks and 6 nail polish in 6 different shades for dressing table use. Revlon's metal compact love Pat in choice of shade. Reg. $2.50 now $1.50* * Plus 10% Fed. Ex. Tax COSMETICS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Spring Hat Bar Special $4 _$$-$8 Perk up your spirits with a new hat. Choose from your most becoming style from a collection of new spring hats — made to sell for more. HAT BAR - SECOND FLOOR - HARRIS' Sale! Famous Name Foundations All famous brand names panty girdles, reg. $4.95. now $2 Cotton and nylon lace bras, reg. $2.50 to $3.95 $2 reg. $5 to $6.95 $3 Peter Pan "Pick a Pair" sale, save $2. Reg. $3.95 contoured bra now 2 for $5.90 FOUNDATIONS - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Famous Make Bulky Knit Shrug Regularly $6.98 5^88 Dollar Days Priced «af Special group of white Orloni' acrylic shrugs in 2 styles. Sizes med. and large. SHRUGS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Group Famous Make Gloves Regularly S3 to S4 $ |77 Dollar Days Priced I Excellent assortment of styles and lengths in basic shades of white, black and bone. GLOVES - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' New Spring Handbags *2 88 Platinum, Irish oats, white, black in Seaton grain vinyls, marshmallow, pigskin grain vinyl, and colorful plastic patents. Plus black. Plus 10% Fed. Ex. Tax HANDBAGS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' m Our Dress Buyer Scoured the New York Market for These Daytime and Casual Dresses Specially for Dollar Days Each You'll want to select several dresses from this collection of new sprin styles. Arnel 5 triacetate or Dae- ron^ polyester and cotton blends Arnel^ triacetate jersey in pink or blue. 10 to 20, 12',i to 22ii. ArneP triacetate stripe sheath, 10 to 20, 12!i to 22! i. PIN MONEY SHOP 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' New Costume Jewelry 88 c ea. Choose from colored beads in soft pastels of pink, blue, green, tailored golden or silver toned metals and pretend pearls. Jewelry Assortment 59^ — 2 for $1 Plus 10% Fed. Ex. Tax COSTUME JEWELRY - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Save! Nylon Tricot Slips $2.99 & $3.95 Values to $5.95 Famous maker lace and embroidery trims in nylon tricot or satin. White. Ave. 32/42. Short 32/36. LINGERIE - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' S&HGREEN STAMPS with Cash Purchase, ana* Down faymmnli rasas*.*-. •*3 .sE »as~'ar ituaaMfsssncagEi USE HARMS' OPTIONAL CREDIT PLAN Ho Down— hnwcili i«rrk. Charf m t Month, ta toy. Open an Optional C.dlf Plan Nawl SAH UKHMDIHO (Pa. TU 9-044*) thorn '|H » PJW. iMan. ana* ttU Oln.r Days *:JO 'ID 3:30 uvutsmi (P». ov *-*a*a) Snap Noon 'tl> » P.M. Ma.., linn. and M. —Otaar Say* 10 'Ml < •foUND* (*h. rr 1.39*0) Map 9:30 AM. 'Ill t P.M. M Ollr.r Day. 9:30 'III 3:39 3

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