Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 20, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, February 20, 1964
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Four New Members Welcomed As Bowl Associates Open New Season Mrs. John W. Buffington,| membership co-chairman, introduced four new members at the; first meeting of the season of Associates of Redlands Bowl yesterday morning for which' Mrs. Robert II. Wilson. :;09.V7 East Sunset drive, opened her home. The new members arc Mmcs.; Douglas B. Emmons. .lames II. I Brown, Robert 0. Gosc and Myron J. Talbert. 1 Mrs. Lloyd M. Hulbert and Mrs. Ralph L. Kirsch poured during the coffee hour. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Loren M. Bar-; net and Mrs. Robert E.! Springer. j Mrs. Raymond A. Eceler. president, read a letter ol greeting from Mrs. George E. Mullen, founder-president of the Redlands Community Music As-; sociation who was unable to join the group at their meeting. An important date was set by the Associates. March 13 was chosen for their annual "business" luncheon benefit to be SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads served in Kimberly hall at the First Congregational church from 11:30 to 1:30. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Roland K. Miller and Mrs. Robert B. Rigney who will coordinate arrangements to provide many appetizing salads, both hearty and dainty, to be served with a special hot dish Very special dessert will be featured. The financial drive now underway by the Community Music Association was announced by the president. Associates are coordinating their spring activities to assist in this effort, to be climaxed by their annual Redlands Bowl Day May I. Members present yesterday were Mmcs. Eugene E. Ball. Carl C. Bank, Loren M. Barnett, Bceler, Donald F. Billhardt, Jack F. Binkley, Earl Bone. Buffington, George Cechmanek. Carrol M. Crane, Alden E. Davis, James R. Dunn. George D. Ellis, George G. Geelan. Martin S. Gordon, Nicholas Guia. .1. Donald Haas. Harold R. Hartwick. Mmcs. John M. Hatfield. James F. Henry, Thomas A. .'loilingworth. Donald W. Sunt. Women Voters League Convenes Redlands League of Women Voters met Tuesday to discuss "The California Legislature Mrs. Joseph Damus, Mrs. Martin Kamhi and Mrs. Gus S. Economy led the discussion which touched on the selection, length of primary, cost of cam paign and term of office of oui state legislators. Mrs. Robert Jenkins led the jdiscussion on suggestions foi the group's next study item and 'asked for nominations of offic ;crs and board members for the coming year. The next meeting will be February 2.) in the Lyon wing ol 'Smiley library at 9:30 a.m. All ,women of Redlands are invited. John W. Jones. Robert F. Leon- lard, Michael F. Malis, Dennis I A. Martin, Eugene Miller, Roland Miller. W. C. Miller, Rob- jert D. Moore. j Mmcs. Robert E. Morse, William M. Nitterhouse, Giulio C. : PaneIli, Rigney, Forrest A. ! Robinson. Thomas M. Scott, Samuel S. Sewall, William J. Spanos. Irwin A. Spitzer, Robert E. Springer, Herbert Staccy. Arvid L. Wahlquist, Lloyd A. Walts. Stephen J. Wilke, J. Robert West and the hostesses. Etiquette Of Travel Noted For lota Taus "Traveling Manners Here [and Abroad" was the program ]presented by Mrs. Joseph F. JTilson for Iota Tau chapter of I Beta Sitma Phi this week. The 'business meeting was at the home of Mrs. Roger R. Boone. ,245 Bond street. The nominating committer elected includes Mmcs. John E iVan Uffelen, Donald F. Derby and Clifford II. Cook. It was voted that the past president will serve as City Council representative. Members of Iota Tau and their husbands enjoyed dinner and dancing at the San Fran- jciscan in San Bernardino Satur- jday eve.-ing. j Mrs. William D. Derby, City ! Council representative, an inounced the following dates of [city wide activities: Preferential Tea, April 12; and Founders |Day celebration. April 30. j The next Mission California Council Breakfast will be March 15 at Azure Hills Country Club. The next business meeting will be at the home of Mrs. II. Mark Beguelin, 1167 Judson street and will be a model meeting open to rushecs. Members present were Mmes. Workshop For Episcopal Women Tuesday Episcopal ^Churchwomen of San Bernardino Convocation will meet for their annual spring workshop Tuesday at All Saints church in Riverside. The meeting will begin at 10 a.m. with Holy Communion, to be followed by instruction sessions. Diocesan and Convocation chairmen will lead information sessions in departments encompassing the whole program of women's work in the church. Those attending the workshop are asked to bring a sack lunch. Coffee, tea and dessert will be provided by women ol the hostess church. Child care will be available at a small cost and a sack lunch should !also be provided for each child. In order that sufficient seating will be available, reservations should be made at All Saints church by tomorrow. Boone, Beguelin. Malcolm R. Curry, Donald F. Derby, William D. Derby, Wilbur E. Purvis, David W. Randolph. Henry W. Schalau. Tilson, Van Uffelen. Donald C. Wallace, William F. Wendt. Delbert C. Williamson. Cook, Vogl, Fred Plaisled ami Robert L. Forbes. \ Smiley Scouts Court Of Honor At their first Court of Honor of the year, Boy Scout Troop 22 of Smiley school honored Don Otis and Tom Stickney with the Star rank. Scout executive Bob Nicholson making the presentation. Advancement chairman Howard Avey presented second class badges to Teddy James. John Mapes. Mike Perry, Leslie Agrc, Bill Lawrence and Craig Berrer. Scoutmaster William Lawrence made the first class awards to Bob Otis and Chuck Berlingcri. Jack Wiley accepted the civic service award for his son. Keith, who could not be present. Larry Fowler, junior assistant scoutmaster, received the five year service pin from assistant Scoutmaster Mai Hebers who also gave two-year pins to Tim MacAIIistaire, Danny Vereker. Tom Stickney, Don Ot is and Marck Hebert; and one- year pins to Jack Avey, Chuck Berlingcri, Craig Berres, Teddy James, Andy Cunningham, Dou; Maddox, John Mapes. Jim Penn, Mike Perry and Chuck Shull. Redlands Daily Facts Thurs., Feb. 20, 1964 -3 ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor • Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 Big Two Day Celebration of George Washington's Birthday! Get Your Slice of Savings at Harris' FRIDAY and SATURDAY Be Early for the Best Selections! If You Wear Small Sizes This is Your Opportunity to Select Your Summer Wardrobe of Jr. Dresses Special Low Price for Dollar Days Reg. $11.98 and $14.98 7 J Each All brand new styles to choose from, one and two piece styles. In beautiful prints or solid colors, in acetate and rayon. Sizes 5 to 15. Crepe jumper dress with white blouse. Full push-up sleeves. Shift style with belt and puritan collar. JUNIOR DRESSES 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Terrific Value! 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Reg. 2 for $5 CHILDREN'S WEAR - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' $188 88* $159 *2 29 2-53" Exceptional Group Subteen Skirts Hip stitch and box pleat in Daeronl* polyester and Arnelv $388 triacetate. Assorted pastel colors and white. 6 to 14. Reg. $4.98 & $5.98 Big Savings on Subteen Blouses Short sleeves in prints, stripes Q«)^ in broken sizes, colors, 6 to 14. Reg. $3.98 .... HI-TEEN SHOP - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Boy's Assorted Sport Shirts 3 s 5 Don't miss this fine value on shirts in reg. or Ivy collar styles. Assorted prints and stripes. 6 to 18. BOYS' FURNISHINGS - HARRIS' MEN'S STORE Men's Dress Shirts Our Own Brand "Hansom" Regularly $3.95 Your Choice of 4 Styles 521? Choose from 4 styles in cotton broadcloth, cotton oxford, or DacronS' polyester and cotton. Wash and wear finish, pearlized buttons. Special Box Event 1st Quality Seamless Hose Prs. mm As a Bonus Prs. 4th Pair Free 3 fashion colors to choose from in proportioned lengths. Stock up now and save! HOSIERY - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Men's Fine Ban-Lon Shirts $099 Full-fashioned Ban-Lon shirts, short sleeves. Several colors. S-M-L-XL. Reg. $6.95. MEN'S FURNISHINGS - HARRIS' MEN'S STORE Our Own Brand "Hansom" T-Shirts & Briefs for Boys 55 u 2 % \ T-shirts, nylon reinforced, sanforized combed cotton. Briefs, double panel seat, heavy elastic waist. Sizes 8 to IS. BOYS' FURNISHINGS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Men's Short Sleeve Sport Shirts in Fine Fabrics & Custom tailoring Regularly $5, Dollar Days Priced at $299 Sale! Women's Sportswear Capris — famous name styles regularly $4.98 $099 now reduced to clear w Better Sportswear Values Blouses — prints and solids in spring and summer styles. Reg. $6.98 and $8.98 Assortment of patterns and fabrics including imported pima cottons, Dacron^ polyester and cotton. S-M-L-XL. MEN'S FURNISHINGS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Sweaters — regularly $8.98 to $11.98. Some jeweled, some pastel and spring shades in Orion© acrylic and mohair wool blends $4 SPORTSWEAR - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Bulky Sweaters — assorted styles and colors in mohair and wool blends, some with collars, some cardigans. — Pink, lavender, blue, yellow and many more. Reg. $15.98 NOW SPORTSWEAR - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' $377 nohair and $977 S&H GREEN STAMPS USE HARRIS' OPTIONAL CREDIT PUN wild Coin PurchoiM No Down Payminl —»«o«onoolo Itrrk« Ckorf • and Down Payments f Month* to Pay. Optn an Optional Crodh? Pimm Hmwt f AH fMNAftDINO (Ph. JU ••0444) thorn 'III » P .M. Man. an<f hU Oth.r Dayi »:30 'III 5:30 £y'H" , J , !!;.!.!iJ! , -!:J!U2^ trviitsiof (•». ov 4-4040; ihop Noon 'til 9 P.M. Mom., Jhm. and frl.—Olhtr Days 10 'III * MOUNDS I Ph. PY t.iftO) Shorn 9:30 A.M. 'Ill * P.M. ML Oln.r Dari f .-30 'III 5:39 ? MR. AND MRS. JACK THOMAS CARMODY Photo fay Paul I. Smith Valentine Theme Noted In Colors Chosen For Carmody-Adamo Wedding Valentine red was the predom-:aby, a cousin, in white. Flower inating color, contrasting withisirl in red taffeta was Jenny bridal white, at the wedding of: E,a,nc Salgado. Angel Salgado Beverly Ann Adamo and Jack Thomas Carmody who were married last Saturday evening in Sacred Heart church. The pastor. Rev. Henry Keane. officiated for the double ring rites. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mike Adamo, 125 East Crescent avenue, are the bride's parents. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Loron Thompson of Boron and the late Thomas Edward Carmody. was ring bearer. | Attending the bridegroom as were | best man was the brother of the bride. Tony Adamo. Ushers were Ronald Ballesteros, Charles Austin and Bill Turnpaugh. "Ava Maria", "Adore and Be Still" and "Hymn to the Blessed Virgin" were selections sung by the soloist, Frank Amabile. Organist was Mrs. Joseph N'adeau of Colton. Guests were greeted in the parish hall following the church Beverly Ann's wedding dressl^ rvicc ' lM "- A , tia ?? 0 f of peau de soie was floor length' bonc co,orc(1 shea,h drc!;s wlt " with bell shaped skirt. It was trimmed with Alencon lace and fastened with bows of peau del soie. Her fingertip length veil fell from a crown type headpiece of pearls with single teardrop pearl at the center front Her flowers were white rose buds and stephanotis with a sin gle white orchid center. Mr three-quarter length matching coat and bone accessories. The mother of the bridegroom wore a beige dress with accessories to match. Both wore corsages of white carnations with gold ribbon. Mrs. T. E. Huckaby completed the cutting of the bride's jcake; Mrs. Manuel Penacho, i aunt of the bride, served the Adamo escorted his daughter to coffce an(] Jo Arm ' and AnneUa the aitar. Travers served punch. Terry White stock with red shat-;whitlow was at the guest book Uercd chrysanthemums, fern land candelabra decorated the I altar and sanctuary while white pew bows and candles marked and Mrs. Phil Pinto and Hazel Fasana received the gifts. For her going-away outfit, the bride chose a red suit of light he front pews. A dainty whitcj wc ight wool and black acces- nosegay was placed on the al-! sor j C s. Her corsage was a tar of the Blessed Virgin. white orchid. Maid of honor was Judyj Among out nf , own guesfs at !the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. | Bradley of Highland | bridesmaids were Linda and BIu- Joe Travers of Pheonix, Ariz.. imenthal. Mrs Timothy Schmal ZluncIe an(J aunt Qf ^ brj( , c> and Marsha Sloan, all of Red-| am , thejr dallghters Jo An „ Hands. Their dresses of Valen ; j and Annetta; and Mr and Mrs . tine red taffeta were designedly San(ier of Bom ^ brother . with bell-shaped skirts_with red| m _ ]aw and sister o£ the bridc . bows at the waistline. They also wore little red circlet veils and pearlized crowns with teardrop! pearl accent. The matron of honor's bouquet contained peppermit carnations while pure red carnations were mixed into the i bridesmaids' bouquets. Candlelighters were Constance Adamo, sister of the bride, in red, and Patty Huck- groom. Both bride and bridegroom have attended Redlands High school. He is now serving with the U.S. Navy aboard the USS Constellation stationed in San Diego. The couple plan to live in Redlands. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Books/ Books! Books! Uwiu:| Dollar Days 1 — j Book Values Book Shop — 713 Fifth Sf. Withdrawn Library Books 59c, 2 for $ I — 79c - 98c Reg. 4.95 to 6.95 '63 Edition Travel Guides . . and Less Regularly priced $1.00 /AJ r\ $1 Flash Cards . . . OV ? - I for I Arithmetic, Foreign Language, Vocabulary Table of Miscellaneous 1 \ Adult & Children's Books "2 t0 "3 off

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