Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 10, 1964 · Page 2
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, March 10, 1964
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Colonial 4th ANNIVERSARY MAPLE HOUSE SALE STOREWIDE SAVINGS 20% to 50% OFF ON ALL PICTURES AND WALL ACCESSORIES $1995 $]50 HANGING WALL SHELF 24" X 24" All Hardwood Salem Finish 29" X 41" Piehirei in Solid Birch, Shadow Box Frames. Choice of many subjects. J34.9S Value ApoJhecary Scales In Combination of Maple and Brass. Ideal for Coffee Table or Mantel IS" Braided Pads. Ideal for Dining Chairs or Under Your Table Lamps to Protect Your Tables. Choice of Color.. The right accessory items will add that decorator touch to your home. We have one of the most complete selections of fine accessory items to be found anywhere. Come in and let us help you select the item most suited for your home. Big Savings on All Living Room Pieces T Quilted Sofa. ^mhr\ Wood Trimmed Wing Style. Your Choice of Color in Durable Sailcloth Cover Scotchguarded for Easy Maintenance. $269.95 Value... Love Seat Rocker with Maple Wing and Arms. Full 54" Wide, Cushioned in Foam. Your Choice of Smart Fabrics. $119.95 Value 199 88 La-Z-Boy Recliner Rockers. Many Styles to Choose From. Your Choice of Cover and Color. Prices S^ir\ at 95 When selecting your livinig room pieces, enjoy the decorating service available at Colonial Maple House. Let us help you with room balance, fabrics and colors. Complete selection of Early American and Transitional furniture. MAGAZINE BASKET 12'/i x 17 x 17 All Hardwood Salem Finish $895 SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL DINING FURNITURE SOLID BIRCH MATES CHAIR Solid Hardrock Maple Harvest Table and 2 Matching Benches in a Mellow Butternut Finish. $169.95 Value Solid Birch China Cabinet. 48" Wide with Glass Doors. Lined Silver Drawer C and a Large Storage Compartment ^ for China. Hand rubbed Salem Finish. $269.95 Value Nevamar Top Drop Leaf Table. 24" KM" Closed. 36" X 48" Open. Solid Maple Legs Charming Comer Hutch in a Rustic Heavy Distressed Style. White Porcelain Knobs on Doors and Drawers Make This a True Conversation Piece. $129.95 Value... 129 219 'AT Why not enjoy the best in your new carry a complete line of Salem House Come in and compare, •»'^' very little more. dining set. We and Cal-Shops. You'll find that the best cost* SPfCML PURCHASE REVERSIBLE WOOL BRAIDED RUGS Mada in America. A flot broid at Ihe price of a »frins braidl Ccmpar. .h.« rug, wrth America', fin.,, brmd. . . . you'll «. .heir o^tonUHng volu.. Thirk.r mor. resilient, longer wearing quolities from a combination of 65,a wool, 15 ,o o er «br™' f'ne-r„g^ mode oMhre. .trip, of wool bro.ded .og^ er to form o j broid oppro,in, 1 inch wide, and ..wn together with heavy carpet twrne. The " =r. * ore »ot dyed. You choo.e from four bo.ic combination.: brown,, green, or red 69 50 Value Sale $ 7.50 5.95 S 12.50 7.95 S 20.00 14.95 S 30.00 24.95 S 70.00 49.95 SIOO.OO 67.95 S189.00. 149.95 S225.00 189.95 S299.00 219.95 Also available in rounds SFEClAl PURCHASE SLEEP VALUE OF THE YEAR MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING SET - _ fop quolity treu ond Box Spring >et ot o low, low price. A 5t0 coil Mottreu over o fturdy box ipring, covered in a beouti- ful domn.k cloth will give you many years of rertful .leep. TWIN Set FULL SIZE OTHER SLEEP SHOP BARGAINS Solid Maple Bunk Bet Set. Complete with Ladder, Guard Rail and Bunkie Units $88 King Siie Mattress and Matched Box Spring Set. Enjoy the Comfort of This Fine Mulh'coil Unit. Only.. Solid Hardwood 4 Drawer Chest, Mellow Salem Maple Finish. Only n29 Twin or full size upholstered headboard in your choice of color. Only $5.00 with the purchase of any box spring and mattress set in our stock. Many Other Excellent Values For Your Living Room, Dining Room or Bedroom. Come in and Choose From One of Hie Most Complete Se> lections of Fine Mapte Furniture to Be Found Anywhere. COURTESY DECORATING SERVICE 90 DAY CASH TERMS OR BUDGET TERMS iSuUlUUiai DOWNTOWN 107 E. STATE ST. Phone 793*2426 (ACROSS FROM PENNEY'S) We Validate Your Parking OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS TtU 9:00 P.M. Redhnds Daily Facts 2-Tues., March 10,1964 poLiys FOINTERS By Polly Cramu DEAR POLLY — My S-year old daughter has long hair which takes me a long time to wash and roll up. She has sever liked to have ner hair fised and for some time I have used the following method most satis factorily. We pretend we are at the beauty shop as it is washed. I am never her mother but Mrs. Someone-or-Other, My daughter tells Mrs. Someone all the things ithat have been happening at school and at home. I then roll up her hair while she is watch ing cartoons on television. She sits under ray hair dryer and looks at magazines or books just as grownups do at the beauty (shop. She can have her fingernails polished at the same time IE she wants that. ^Vben her hair is all finished, I am paid I with a Yankee dime (a kiss) MRS. D. R. DEAR POLLY— Recently I was writing with a nice long pencil when I made a mistake. The eraser was already worn to the metal ring around the pencil so, instead of searching the house for an eraser, I simply took a wide rubber band, wound it around the end of the pencil and erased the mistake perfectly. — TEX GIRLS — So it does.—POL' LY DEAR POLLV - If your readers can stand a bit of hU' mor, I am sure I have the per feet answer for A. G. who wanted information on how to obtain distressed or antiqued fim'sb on furniture. If other suggestions don't work properly I will donate (no service charge) one -year-old niece, a 2-year-oJd nephew and 3-year-old grandson all equipped with assorted toys, cookies, etc., and one Boxer puppy throttu in for good measure. I will guarantee that not only will her furniture wind up with a distressed finish but so will she. If necessary for quick job I wiU throw in some of the neighbors' prides and joys. - MRS. E. J. GIRLS — Anything that brings a laugh or even a smile is a good hint for breaking the possible monotony of the daily household routine. Mrs. E. J.'s suggestion cannot miss attaining a distreaed finish even though it may not be the ceietif MISS JOSEPHINE KEAV Sodetjr Editor FOOTLIGHTER SCENE — A combination of curiosity and jealousy faring the magistrate'* wife (Carolyn Reichert), left, bock into the room where her husband, played by Don Blair, continues his questioning of the French moid (Ann Rice), a murder suspect in "A Shot in the Dark," to open Thursday ot the Grove Theatre. The box office opened yesterday for this final Footlighter show of the season and will be open doily from 4 to 8 p. m., telephone 792-9022. Production dotes ore March 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 with curtain time nightly at 8:15 except on Saturdays when there ore two performances, at 7 and at 9:30, (Photo by James Sloan) Kite Safety and fun checklist for eartfiboys Launching Pad—Open fidd sway from overhead wires. During Countdown-Make sure kite has no metal parts. Ground Control—Dry cottoa string onfy (never wire or metal' Be). Crath Procedure—Abandon kite immetStaefy if it catches Soirt/iern California Edison kind A. C. had in mind. — POLLY DEAR POLLY - After I iron curtains, I hang them, tempor arily, on a skirt rack where they stay neat and wrinkle-free un til needed. — R. M. D. DEAR POLLY — A magnet in a little box with a few paper cUps, nuts and bolts will keep a youngster entertained while on a long trip in the car or during an illness. — ALICE. DEAR POLLY — If you want to use curtains that are too short for the window, you can move the top rod down and then cov' er the space left at the top with a wide valance. This is very helpful when moving from apartment to apartment The valance does not have to be of the same material but can be bright stripes, florals or dots. — MRS. G. W. Stofe wrong shoes GLOUCESTER, England (UPD—A man hobbled into the police station here Monday, leaned on the counter and said: "I'm done for. I want to give myself up. I stole a pair of shoes from a shop in Oxford." Police found be was wearing a pair of new shoes—both for the right foot. The distance between Gloucester and Oxford is 49 miles. m Who Has a BktMoj MARCH 11 Brian Butler R. Lester Johnson Howard Dailey Bill McNary Jack Jeumigan Ronald A. Felmar Dr. Charles Gruber Dr. Steve Leper WiltUm Feonttre David CrisweM Vance Fleming Lloyd Pente Harold E. Cook Bill Havenhill Herb McClcllan Happy Birthday from 11 E. State Ph. PY 3-U05 HI-TRI FASHION SHOW DATE SET Hi-Tri club of the Rcdlands YWCA will put on its annual fashion show on March 18 at the YW from 7:30 to 9 p.m. The theme will be "Hop Along With Fashion" and tickets are now being sold by Hi-Tri mem hers and at the Y\VCA. MISSION PTA MEETS WEDNESDAY Mission PTA will meet tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at which time Edward A. Lamb of Patton State hospital staff will speak and show slides. Officers will AAUW BRIDGE GROUP REPORT Mrs. Jack Linsk and Mrs. George Ruff were high scorers for last evening's meeting of the AAUW bridge section B at the home of Miss Louise Jennings, 534 Roosevelt road. Others playing were Mmes. Robert R. Wilson, Jay C. Sexton, Frank Herkelrath, Frances Carpenter, George Schaunaman, V. W. Dunn and R. B. Mitchell; and the Misses Dorothy Baesel and Mabel Inness. AAUW Section Makes Study Of Lenten Music The music study section of Redlands branch, AA¥W, met Sunday afternoon for a study of Lenten music at the home of Mrs. Paul CoUette, 513 Lime street. Miss Margaret Sharp, section chairman, presented a meditation-type program with an explanation of the various Lenten music forms. Three illustrative' violin numbers from Sonatas by Bach and Handel were played by Hiss Catherine Waldrop with Mrs. David Soltau at the organ. Miss Margaret Dow. organist, presented solo selections by Bach and contemporary Lenten mosic with explanations of the types of scales used. Mrs. E. Leon Foreman brought some rare music texts to the meeting for the group to examine. Members and guests present, in addition to the program par- Ucipants and Mrs. CoUette, were the Misses Margaret Kaste, Clara BeRe Lcdahl, Edith M. Shapcott, Mina and Maria Jongewaard; and Mmes. Eugene Roehling, Earl G. Stonebrook, Robert H. Lynn, RusseU R. Rogers, Ethel J. Cowe. L. Mitchell and William C. Brocato. We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT. A private school came up with this idea —to offer its older students an informal course called "Feminine Graces." But isn't there an even greater need in public high schools for such a course for teen-age girls, as well as a corresponding course for boys stressing the manners of a gentleman? For too long teen-agers have been living in a world of their own, a world that adults have seemed reluctant to even try to influence. In this world teeners have set their own standards, talked their own language, frantically searched for "kicks" and s e t their interests that are a real challenge. It has often been a rude and rowdy world — the poorest kind of introduction to adult living. That is not the fault of teenagers. Nobody has bothered to teach them the "feminine graces" or he manners of a gentleman. It's about time somebody started. If parents are lax about such training, then there is a need for it in the schools. The words "lady" and "gentleman" may have to be taken out of mothballs and put back into current use. For it was when parents and teachers quit using those words and holding them up as ideals to young people that the young built their own world, in which such words have no meaning. If we want out children to grow into young ladies and young gentlemen instead of rowdy teen-agers, then homes and schools will have to join hands in showing them the way, instead of leaving them alone in a graceless, teen-age world of their own making. be elected and child care will be available. PICS FOR TV HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Paramount Studio has sold 90 of its movies that were produced after 1948. The sale was made in a multi - million deal with NBC-TV. Dream a room ... Make it true! With- Creative genius in Acriian Carpet NELSON HALES If you've dreamed of the room you eould create with rite right elements . , . here they ore. 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