Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 28, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Friday, February 28, 1964
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cc/etif MISS JOSEPHINE RE AY Society Editor Helena Allen Author Of New Books To Be Published Next Month SUSAN COLLEY Dornbush-Colley Engagemenf Vows Announced Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Collcy. 10000 South Mountain View avenue, San Bernardino, announce the engagement of their daughter, Susan, to Busscll James Dornbush. son of Mr. and Helena G. (Mrs. Paul F.) Allen, 705 West Highland avenue, is the author of two new books on '•Grammar and Writing, a Review of Fundamentals of; Grammar," to be published inj two parts next month by Wil-j Ham C. Brown Co.. of Dubuque! Iowa, world's largest publisher: of texts and laboratory manuals. The books arc revised forms of her first book, "Grammar and Writing", published in 1062 and used widely in colleges and universities across the nation as well as in foreign countries. According to advance reviews I by leading educators, the new I Allen book has been considered ilo be a break-through in tcach- |ing review fundamentals. Mrs. Allen has devised a new | system of textbook-workbook presentation, involving the best jof many schools of thinking. iShe has also drawn upon the ua... C3 «' "I"-""" best of programmed writing in Mrs. R. J. Dornbush. 31G.9 Flor-, . ' j , rcfcre £ ccd ida street. Redlands. Susan graduated from Redlands High School in 1963 and is now attending San Valley College. Her fiance at tended Ottowa Hills exercises AAUW Section Dr. Talbert Gives Forum Club Paper\^dlands Daily Facts Friday, Feb. 28, 1964 - 3 Concludes Study "Math, Sticks and Medicine" I Wilbur Vroman: Mrs. Horace! i. i i/. i i •. , ««# . i , Of India was the unusual tille of the pa -i" inckle o J ! rs ' ~ lora ^ hi pp Ic | Mcivinley v^ubs jMrs. Wright ,„,J u.. n- -!,,.,„„ T ,m „.J Anson Bowles. Dr. and Mrs. ulw 7™ * Zltl, l™°ert and the Heisners. Completing their study of In- at the Wednesday evening meet- dia, members of the interna.j! n S of «ie Forum club at the tional relations study section of! 1^°' Pf" . a " Fred AAUW Program AAUW met this week in the." eisner ' 136 S,erra ^ lsta - | ^ home of Dr. Nadine Cragg.' The peper dealt with modern j 31390 Mesa drive. ladvancemtns in medicine, suchl Mrs. Ethel Cowe led the dis-l" « hc , use of the IBM machine! cussion, speaking about the rc .|and telescopes to interpret and) ligions of India. She gave ; anal - v " -Vrays. carmograms, a brief review of the six ma- aml electro-encephalograms. It jor philosophies: the Hindu liefs, Buddhist doctrines, lems, Jains, Sikhs and Chris- Planned By Study Sections j A superior program has been Join For j Entertains Annual Meeting j Clergy Wives Projects completed by each; Clergy Wives of Redlands Den decorated tables for Mc-iarea were guests for their Feb- Kinley school's Cub Pack 2 niary coffee yesterday at the Blue and Gold meeting Wedne-ihome of Mrs. Samuel A. Wright day evening. in Plymouth Village. Awards were presented to Devotions were led by Mrs. text to which referenced. Bernardino; Tllc alllhor is a '"ember of!wide meeting of CATE (Cali the English department of California Association of Teachers HELENA G. ALLEN writer of educational and soci ological subjects. This weekend, she is in Sacare jramento where she will be a panelist-speaker at the state- the heart: advantages and dis- ; tianity. She then went into detail about the Hindu belief. thc' a ' lvan,a S c - s ° f " ast " c freez,n S:Bcrkclev Dillon is program co- oldes living organized relition. 01 s ' omach uIc , ers: . ,hc new ua - v ;ordinator and studv sections discussing the use of mvths. 10 7. unds , w,tnout s,,tches !chairmen are in charge, symbols and elaborate theology.: a »£ >hc bmoeular ,ZZZZ,\\ Under the new program struc- Mrs. A. T. Fishman and Miss, , Dr - . Talbcrt demonstrated .^ methin „ of f eret] t0 ap . Mina Joneeman contributed S,C P S ln cardio-vascular surg- lur y •*n>eimn e . is onerea 10 ap .iiina jongeman coninouiea ; ; », °, peal to evervonc. An opportunist hand information to thcj cr > and , theu wa y « le hear i tv will be orovided for al mem- DroTam both havin- lived for P um P vvorks b - v usc of a model ' l> oc P rouaca !or 31 mem program, DOIII na\in 0 n\ea ">r , ^ a „„u, pr vathv bcrs 10 select 3 section to deal many years in India. ! matlc °> DIS aaugnter, Kathv. inrlivirlinl\ The next section meeting will! Forum memebrs present a ilud > o£ the lndlvldual » be March 18 at the home ofi wcrc Messrs - an(i Mm es. Glcn: l,lo "- t Mrs Robert Lynn when Mrs i-Warns. Raymond Beeler. Stu-I Mrs. Russell R. Rogers, tea Ward Miller will introduce" the art Lhidenberger, L . E. Nelson.|chairman, expects a large at- subject of the Occident by toll- 1 jtendance at this special meeting of one of the lesser known Rogers. Paul Collctte. Fishman.! countries. Finland. I Blanche Reese: and the MissesI Present were Mmes. Berk-,Clara Belle Ledahl, Edith W.| eley F. Dillion. Charles Gruber.'Taylor. Beatrice Forrest, Eliz -I in the Lugonia board room. Mrs. A plaque in appreciation to retiring Cubmaster Mancel Pa- part in an active discussion. ton was presented to him by Mrs. J. Martin Peterson James Craw. Russ Parmenter poured an(1 acted as co-hostess, will be the new Cubmaster. j Also attending were Mmes. Attendance flag for the month Jack Mottwciler. Henry Radius, was won by Den 3 and was;Otto De Groot. Willard Schurr. presented to Denner Chuck | Clarence Russell. Frank Tooth- Craw The Pack participated in a Pinewell derby with all boys racing self-built cars. Richard Gould was declared the 1964 champion. aker, George Laccy. LawTence Caraway. John Foerster, William Meek. Robert Moore, John Gilson and David Silke. The March 26 coffee hour will :be at the WiUard Schurr home, 236 Grandview drive. YUCAIPA CLUBWOMEN TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap- Alice Van Boven, Ann Ford abeth M. Beal, Jongeman and j pliances will find a ready mar- Farran. Cowe. Russel R.,Cragg. iket through Classified Ads. TO HEAR SUNE RICHARDS peared twice beforc at the ch]b At Yucaipa Woman's club meeting next Tueday at 2 p.m. the program will be presented by Sune Richards who has ap- This time she will tell the story of "Children of the Bible" as she shows 14 photo-paintings she has done herself. Hich! iforna Ba P' ist coI1 egc in River-;of English). School in Grand Rapids. Michi- f f * and °< % Exl ™ Iei1 Da >! Mrs. Allen's husband is a gan, and is now stationed in Ko- 1 ff. cu ^.,°L Sa J?. Bornardtno \ al-| member of the history depart rea with Army. the United Statesl lcy Col,c Se- She has taught atjment at San Bernardino Valley i lc _, Universily of Cal 'f°rnia at j College. They arc the parents of Randall We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT. To make life easier for yourself and your family try following a few simple rules: Keep quiet about your faults. Other people will find them out soon enough. Space your compliments so that you arc considered neither unappreciativc nor too emotional to be sincere. Relax when you're a hostess. The hostess who works hard to Berkeley and at the University I a six-year-old son, of Redlands and is a free lance'Lawrence (Randy). White Shrine Courtesy Night "Courtesy Night", with all officers having a guest, was observed by Redlands White Shrine in t h c Masonic temple Wednesday. Over 400 Guests Entertained At League Luncheon Redlands Assistance League announced today that it entertained more than 400 guests at the 12 homes opened Wedncs • * Guests from Rubidoux Shrine-day f °r its annual Camellia in Riverside were Elizabeth j luncheon to make the affair a Kincaid. worthy high priestess: |financial as well as a social Lu Campbell, noble prophetess: isuccess. AH proceeds go to sup- Howard Campbelle, associate make a party go, seldom suc-j walchman of shcpnprils: wil . ceeds at it [ liam Cook _ scribe . Effjc Gri{ . Tell your husband as few of; fin trcasurcr . Kre(i mlli third your minor troubles as possible wisc man . Anna B|aj S(|ard Ignore other women s ages, if you want them to ignore yours Give a man full credit for everything he does around the house. Expect the best from your husband rather than dig around trying to find out the worst. Keep your husband's faults to yourself, rather than share them with your friends. Have as gay and entertaining an answer as possible to your husband's question: "What have you been doing all day?" Be as tolerant of your husband's shortcomings as you are of your own. Make a practice of repeating the good things you hear about others. ian; Daisy Griffin, banner bearer, and Lynn Rickert. chaplain. From Ramona Shrine, Banning, were Harry Ricketts. watchman of shepherds; Mary Cook, chaplain: Lottie Simms. herald: Charlotte Josephson and Jane Grinegar. hand maidens: Joshua West, first wisc man; John Grinegar, second wisc man. port the League-sponsored Dental Clinic. League members themselves underwrite the full expense of the annual event. A number of sustaining mem- [hers contributed valuable assistance to the benefit. They were Mmes. Henry Barnard Jr.. Allason N. Clark, Ralph M. Hammer. Earl Nicks, Dan F. Mc- Ewcn. James W. Simonds, Austin R. Welch and Espey F. Cannon, who is absent on leave. Recipes for the gourmet luncheon served arc still on sale as are all the recipes from former luncheons. These may be obtained from Mrs. R. Garn Shrine, San Bernardino, were Violet Hughes, shepherdess: Alice Taylor, guide: Ora Dickey, third hand maiden; Guiding Light Shrine. Fontana, Ross and Dolly Shantz, King and Queen; Good Shepherd Shrine Palm Springs, Mary Carrier, Be as charitable toward an at tractive woman as you arc to| or S a nist her less attractive sisters. And from Redlands Shrine, Be calm and philosophical on| Harr >' La - vcr - fla S bcarcr = L ^ that rare occasion when you r!°na Dowd and Rosalyn Shed husband brings home an unexpected guest for dinner. RESULTS OF WEDNESDAY BRIDGE The Howell movement was used when the Wednesday afternoon duplicate bridge group met at the YMCA. Six tables were in play. Results were Mrs. Lewis Pierce and Mrs. Chris Barnes, first: Mrs. Ann Starr and Mrs. Phyllis Silver, second; Mrs. Harold Hope and Mrs. Lyle Kennedy, third; Mrs E. D. Patterson and Mrs. Ger aldine Wright, fourth. Master point is scheduled for 7:30 next Tuesday evening at the YMCA Representing San Gorgonioj Haycock, telephone 793-4124, or any League member. Donations of azalea plants used as prizes at the individual home were made by City Florist, Dangermond's, Hockridge Florist, Sage's Garden Shop, Lynch's Flower Shop and Gateway Nursery. The A i P Market also donated a pound of coffee to each house. Winners of the plants were Mmes. Thomas P. Carpenter. Edward Barnett, Harold W. McMillen. Richard Daniels, Donald H. Gifford, Arthur O. Jones, William E. Howard, Henry J. Wilson. Fred Monroe, C. D. Ebert. James L. Ballard and Esther Page. Mrs. Melvin Haas and Mrs. Nick Karahalios were general chairmen for the 1964 event. Adventist Services REDLANDS SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST 520 Brookside avenue Elder Ben L. Hassenpflug Sabbath school 9:30. Morning worship 10:50. MENTONE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST 1144 Olivine. Melvin Turner, pastor. Sabbath school, 9:'S\ Morning worship 11:00. THE UNIVERSITY SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Corner Central and San Ber nardino streets, Lorn a Linda. Charles W. Teel, pastor. Saturday services, 9:15, Sab bath school. Worship service, 10:50. Vespers, Saturday afternoon. IOMA LINDA SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST HILL CHURCH W. K. Chapman, pastor. H. E. Beltz Jr., associate pastor. Sabbath school, 9:30 Saturday. Young people, 7:30 p.m. Fri day. Services translated for the deaf. YUCAIPA SEVENTH DAY ADVEN7IST 35225 Ave. A (at Adams) Lawrence Scott, pastor. Sabbath school 9:30. Morning Worship, 10:50 Saturday. Missionary Volunteers, 8:00 p.m. (Friday). wick, noble prophetess: Harry Loy, associate watchman of shepherds, and Ira Sandcfur, grand. Special escort was given to Gladdis Schoolcraft. WHP. and Tom Milcy. WOS: Gladys Erickson. district deputy: William Swartz. DSWOS: Violet Ricketts, district chairman of material objective: and Arthur P. Crim Jr.. district chairman of membership. Supreme honorary present were Elizabeth Kincaid. Gladdis Schoolcraft. Edna Ballard of Calvary Shrine, Long Beach: Frances Hanley. Good Shepherd, and Harry Ricketts. Ramona. Past WHP and Past WOS NOTICE Of ANNUAL MEETING Ol" STOCKHOLDERS To the Stockholders of the jCnitton Water Company: officers' Notice is hereby Riven that < : Tuesday, the loth day of March iw;4. the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Crafton Water Company will be held tn the office of the Crafton Water Company. 30 *i Ea>t State Street, in the City of Redlands. County of San Bernardino. California, at 10:00 o'clock a.m.. for the purpose of clectinc Director* and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come be,.fore the meeting. members present were Isabel j Dated: February 2«. I»64. 1 PAUL B. Moore. Dai Ramsey, Vera Mac Crim, Marea Shaw. Minnie Zimmer, Dorothy Anderson, Florence and Ira Sandefur, Redlands Shrine; Blanche Hayward, Good Shepherd; Anna Blair, Mt. Rubidoux: Rhea Brooks, San Gorgonio; Roy Dowd. Guiding Light: Leo Rickert, Gaylord Simms and Joshua West. Ramona. On the dining room committee were Jo Anne Gotcher. Kathryn Carney and Edith Mae Henry. The next meeting. March 11. will be new members dinner night and election of officers. Newcomers Meet Monday Guest speaker Monday evening at the meeting of Redlands Newcomers club at the YWCA, 7:45 p.m., will be Prof. Ursula Ascheucr, exchange professor from Germany at the University of Redlands this year. She will discuss educational differences between Germany and the United States which she has noted and will show colored slides of her homeland. Husbands are invited to this meeting, as are all members, alumnae and new residents to the Redlands area. Further information may be obtained from Mrs. Donald Derby, telephone 792-2511, or Mrs. Henry Schalau, 793-1655. WILSON, Secretary. Q—The bidding has been- East South West North IV 14k 2+ Pass 2 V ? You, South, hold: *KJ1042 VA32 •A32+Q6 What do you do? A—Pass. You had a sound OTercaU but a rebld will set you nowhere except into possible trouble. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding two diamonds West bids two hearts and North and East pass after your spade overcall. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow The swing to long gowns, especially for at-home entertaining, requires the fellows to spruce up, too. Saturday One Day Only. Broken Assortments! No Lay-aways! No C.O.D.s! No Mail or Phone Orders! Final Clearance Ladies Handbags Handbags in black, brown, chestnut and some black velvets, reg. $2.98 to S8.98 . . . now $1.49 v to $4.49*. HANDBAGS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Millinery Reduced $1 $2 $3 Rock bottom reductions on a flattering group of winter hats, year 'round hats and novelty headgear . . . grouped to clear. MILLINERY - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Month-End Savings on DRESSES Inviting selection of casual and cocktail dresses for Juniors and Misses in assorted sizes and colors. Regularly 519.95 to 589.95 1015 s 20 READY-TO-WEAR - SECOND FLOOR Curtains Reduced V2 Price Broken lines of curtains reduced to clear, now 1/2 off. CURTAINS - BASEMENT - HARRIS' Napkin Clearance Napkins for every occasion, odd patterns, closeouts, discontinued patterns. Reg. 49c to 69c . . . 4/$l. LINENS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' For Budget Shoppers Nylon Tricot Lingerie V4 to V3 Off Slips, petticoats, panties, gowns, pajamas and peignoir sets. Broken sizes and colors. Reg. $3 to $29.95. LINGERIE - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Remnants V 2 Off Many desirable lengths in silks, cottons, Dacron- 1 polyesters, rayons. Be early for best selection. YARDAGE - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Men's Furnishings to Clear Men's initial sox, all nylon stretch, reg. $4 a box 3 pr. for 99c Men's dress shirts, broken sizes, reg. $3.95... $1 Men's sport shirts, long and short sleeves, assorted colors, broken sizes. Reg. $3.95 to $5.95. 1/2 off MEN'S FURNISHINGS-STREET FLOOR—HARRIS' Boys 1 Sportswear y 2 off Table of boys' wear, including boys' furnishings and sportswear. BOYS' FURNISHINGS-STREET FLOOR — HARRIS' Reduced for Clearance Girlswear '/3 tO V2 Off Broken sizes, assorted styles, many one of a kind items, dresses, sweaters, skirts, sportswear . . . sizes 3 to 6X, 7 to 14. CHILDREN'S WEAR - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Special Purchase Jewelry Reg. S?c ea. 2 for 1.00 Fashion Jewelry Reg. $2.00 to $12.50 Now V*2 p r i c . JEWELRY - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Odds and Ends Giftwares Gifts and China 1/3 tO V2 Off CHINA, GIFTWARES - BASEMENT Housewares Reduced 1/3 tO 1/2 Off Card table set, 5 pc. reg. $18.88 $11.98 Detecto boudoir chair, reg. $9.98 $5.99 Detecto bath accessories. Reg. $2.49 to $13.95, tissue box, waste basket now ]/2 Off HOUSEWARES - BASEMENT - HARRIS' Atomizers China base cologne atomizers, plunger type, reg. $5 $1.99 COSMETICS - STREET FLOOR Hosiery Special Buy Today and Save on Munsingwear Stockings. Reg. $1.35 now $1.19 pr. Reg. $1.50 now $1.29 pr. Reg. $1.65 1 now $1.39 pr. HOSIERY - STREET FLOOR Two-Piece Suit Dresses Stonecutter woven striped seersucker in washable acetate and cotton blend. Flattering slim skirt, self fabric trim. Grey, blue, brown. Sizes 12 to 20, 14'.-i to 22'/i. PIN MONEY SHOP - 2nd FLOOR Sportswear Reduced to Clear Now 1/2 Off Reg. $6.93 to $45.98 Assortment of blouses, sweaters, and odds and ends of better sportswear. SPORTSWEAR - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Women's Sportswear Reduced for Clearance Vi Off Blouses, sweaters, coordinates, reg. $3.93 to $19.93 now 1/2 off to clear. SPORTSWEAR - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Large Croup U.S. KEDS Regularly $4.95 to $5.95 Includes brown and yellow plaids. Also KILTIES in pointed toes, Royal Stewart plaid, gold. Junior Sportswear Drastically Reduced 1/2 Off Regular Price $3.98 to $15.98. Be early for best selection. JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR - CAMPUS DEB SHOP 2nd FLOOR Foundations to Clear 1/4 tO 1/2 Off National brand name brassieres, reg. $2.50 to $3.95 1/4 off Broken sizes and styles in 1/2 off FOUNDATIONS - 2nd FLOOR Infants Wear Reduced 69c to $6.99 Odds and ends, group includes sunsuits, diaper sets, infants shoes, dresses and many other items. CHILDREN'S WEAR - 2nd FLOOR * Plus 10% Fed. Ex. Tax c SdH GOEEN STAHtS USE HAMIS' OPTIONAL CMOIT HAN > in. n «-w4«} »»•* M » rjt. m—. IH. «>«tafiM |<||Jsll rn. or no*o} • M~. "T# » rjt. MM., nmm. M. —OfW Owf* 10 -NT « HMMDSrM .n'J .MMf W »«r B«r> *3» 'MT A3* I

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