Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 30, 1964 · Page 3
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MSS JOSEPHLVE REAY Society Editor HOPE FOR HELP - This IWie Navajo Indian girl and her jmall brother are among others at the Mission near Chinle, Arizona, whom students at the University of Redlands hope to assist with a drive for funds this month. For the heahh and well being of the Chinle community, the students are striving to reach their $3,000 goal to help finance a sanitary sewage iystem for the mission. "Project Navajo" Sets $3,000 Goal SBVC To Stage Comedy Next )Veekend San Bernardino Valley College drama department '.vill stage the Broadway comedy "Take Her, She's Mine" at 8:15 p.m. Friday and Saturday nights, in the college auditorium. The play, which starred Art Carney and Phyliss Thaxter in its New York production, tells the story of the launching of two typically American girls into college life. According to director J. Stuart Campbell, the comedy charts the various phases through which the girls and their parents pass from the period of great causes, through jibberisb verse and folk singing and on to the serious concerns of marriage and family. Cheryl Dixon, Michael Dixon, Barbara Jliller and Janice Wells, play the roles of the Mi- chaelsons, mother, father and two daughters. Others in the large cast include George Spelvin, Frank Leonard, Cherry Jo Strawn, Meg O'Brien, Les Liess, Scott Reading, Bob Logsden, Karl .Meyer, Jerry Pipkin, Deimis Benson, Mary Jo Perkins and Durrone Schuler. Logsden and Benson will be doubling, each playing two roles, Campbell noted. Scott Reading, in addition tc playing the role of a college freshman, is lighting the show. Durrone Schuler, playing Beta Sigma Phi Exemplars Elect New officers were elected by Xi Kappa Alpha exemplar chapter members of Beta Sigma Phi sorority at their recent meeting in the home of Mrs. Dean Garvey, 430 Norwood street. President for the coming year will be Mrs. Mary R. Johnson. Others elected were Mrs. James L. Vernon, vice president; Mrs. Donald L. Demaree, secretary; Mrs. Henry M. Gemer, corres ponding secretary; Mrs. William H. Johnson Jr., treasurer. Mrs. Eugene M. Stahl and Mrs. Boyd A. Johnson will serve as City Council representative and alternate. Installation is planned for May 12. The chapter will entertain board members of Mission Call fomia Council at luncheon April 26 at the home of Sirs. Ir vin Argieben. The program for the chapter meeting was presented by Mrs. Gemer who invited each member to give her personal definition of friendship and its im portance to her. "Secret Sister' gifts were exchanged and re freshments were served by Mrs. Garvey and her co-hostess, Mrs. Harold D. Rascher. Others present were M m e s. Richard Alberts, Jack Forquer, E. H. Griffin. Fred S. Hooper, Robert R. Wells and Harry E. Woltman. TO SERVE IN AFRICA - Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hassenpflug and little Heather Marie, five months old, will soon be in East Africa where Mr. Hassenpflug will take up his duties as professor of English ot Bugema Missionary College in Kampala, Uganda. He was appointed by the Seventh-day Adventist Foreign Mission Board for this post. short part, is also the prompt- aler. World's Oldest? Pines 4,000 years old have been found growing in the White White Mountains of eastern California and some scientists contend these gnarled trees are the world's oldest living things. Now You Know Common house mice are fast- breedmg, as shown by the fact that a pair of them may multi^ ply to 1,000 mice within a year's time, according to Science World. Redlands Daily facts Hon, March 3D, m - 3 Mr5 .KlinkerTo Head Yucaipa Lutheran League Mrs. Shirley Klinker heads the slate of new officers recently elected to serve for Lutheran Women's Missionary League of Yucaipa's Good Shepherd Lutheran church. Also elected were Mrs. Dorothy Schowalter, first vice president; Mrs. Cleta Gordon, second vice president; Mrs. Ruth Neumann, third vice president; Mrs. -Gail Klemm, secretary and Mrs. Esther Seasholtz, treasurer. ; Members and friends interested in Indian missionary work are invited to attend a meeting scheduled for Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in Christ Lutheran church, Redlands, when the speaker will be a missionary nurse, now ef Redlands, who served the Lutheran church (Missouri Synod) in India for many years. The bi-annual convention of the Southern California - Arizona District is scheduled for May 1 and 2 at El Cortez hotel in San Diego. Mrs. Florence Schultz and Mrs. Anita De Vora have been appointed delegates from the Yucaipa church with Mrs. Leona Ebmeier and Mrs. Ruth Stirdivant as alternates. Hassenpflugs Leave For. African Station Enroute to Kampala, Uganda, East Africa, are Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hassenpflug and daughter. Heather Marie, who left today via British Overseas Airways Corporation.^ Glenn, son of Pastor and Mrs. B. L. Hassenpflug, 34235 Kose- mont drive, Yucaipia, was recently appointed by the Seventh- Day Adventist Foreign Mission < i Board in Washington, D.C., to the post of Professor of English at the Bugema Missionary College. In 1962, he received his BA degree at La Sierra College and has met all the requirements for his MA degree which he will receive in absentia from I^ma Linda University in June. Having spent seven years of his boyhood in South Afiica with his missionary parents, this appointment is a fulfillment of his desire to return to Afiica in denominational work, says Mr. Hassenpflug. Mrs. Hassenpflug is the former Sharon Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Robinson of La Sierra and a 1962 graduate of La Sierra Academy and Skadron Business College in San Bernardino. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ada Stemware Reduced 3 ^or$]00 With a goal of S3,000 set for their Navajo Service Project, students at the University of Redlands will begin their campus drive Wednesday and donations will be collected all through the month of April. The community drive starts tomorrow, also to continue through April. UR Chaplain George A. Graham is serving as consultant- advisor for the project and Franklin Postle, assistant manager at the Bank of America, Redlands branch, is honorary treasurer. The purpose of the drive is to provide funds for the Navajo In dians at Chinle Mission in northeastern Arizona where Dr. Joseph Gray is pastor. His son, Joseph W. Gray, is a IJR graduate and a member of Cope Junior High school faculty. To launch the community drive, members of SPURS, girls honor society at the UR, have contacted most Redlands merchants to ask their parlicipa tion. Collection containers and posters are being placed in the downtown area to announce the campaign and members of the men's honor society at the UR. Yeomen, arc contacting local service clubs to solicit financial support. On campus, a "Fantastic Man" contest is planned by the UR Navajo Project steering committee in conjunction with the House of Representatives. The contest will culminate on April 24 and representatives of aU male organizations, fratemi ties, freshmen clubs and independent students are eligible to enter. Winner will be selected by student vote at a small charge per vote. Goblets and sherbets, reg. 98c to $1.49. Berrytime dinnerware sets, rose pattern, reg. $49.98 $29.98 Fine bone china dessert set, plotinum & gold bands, reg. $5.98 $3.32 Odds and ends in gifts and china. CHINA, GIFTWARE, GIASSWARE-BASEMENT-HARRIS' Remnants Reduced Now T Off Many desirable fabric lengths for dresses, blouses, lingerie, linings and children's wear. Be early for best selection. YARDAGE - STREET FIOOR - HARRIS' Odds and Ends Cosmefics Table of odds and ends to choose from, be early for best selection. l/2 Price. COSMETICS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' JEWELRY Group includes o sparkling assort­ ment of necklaces, earrings and bracelets. Bags & Belts Plastics in black and brown only. Reg. $2.98 1 to $8.98 X2l STRHT FLOOR - HARRIS' MAKEfRIENDSj Few persons go to a movie to hear the couple behind them gossip. Genealogica Society To Meet Attorney Konnelli E. Skouscn of San Bernardino will speak on Tlie Value of Wills in Genealogical Research" at the meeting of San Bernardino Genealogical Society Thursday evening in the Community Room of the San! Bernardino Public Library. Ar- Irowhcad avenue and Fourth i street. The library will be open at 6:30 and Mr. Skouscn is scheduled to speak at 7:30. Tlie meeting is open to tiie pubhc. Anyone with copies of old wills is invited to bring them to the meeting. There will be a question and answer period. Further information concerning the society may be obtained by contacting Mrs. Basil Stockwell, 2176 Blake street, or Mrs. J. G. Auman, 3928 Femdale avenue, both San Bernardino. FOR... A BEHER SERVICE AT LESS COST ... ~ CALL E. D. HAHN PAINTING & DECORATING LICENSED, INSURED 793-2664 After 5 P.M. Call T)l-m<) 0—The bidding has been: East Sonth West North !• 1¥ 2* 2» i3« 3V 4« 4V 5» ? You, South, hold: 4kAQ765 VAK8754 42 42 ^\'hat do you do? A—Bid five hearts. Ton expect (o make this contract. TODAY'S QUESTION- You bid live hearts. 'West and North pass and East dou- ; bles. What do you do now? Answer TomorroTT Odds and Ends Housewares '/3 f 0 '/2 Off Some one of a so be early. kind items, 5 pc. card table sot, reg. SI 8.83 $10.98 Bothroom tissue boxes, reg. $2.49-53.95 1/3 Off Plastic solad bowl set, reg. $2.98 $1.89 Chrome plated serving troy, reg. $4.50 $3.49 68 pc. set of imported stainless steel, reg. $13.98 $10.98 Model AOOl Sunbeam kitchen clock, reg. $4.98 $1.75 Kitchen-Aid Mixer, reg. $74.95 $59.95 Model 434 Hoover Cannister Vacuum Cleaner, reg. $59.95 $39.50 Model 88 Hoover Cannister Vacuum Cleaner, reg. $69.50 $49.50 HOUSEWARES - BASEMENT - HARRIS' Bedding Items Discontinued J. p. Steven's cotton percale sheets "Harlequin" pattern. 81 X 108 fulls, reg. $4.59 $3.00 72 X 108 twins, reg. $3.59 $2.00 BEDDING - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' An After Easter Value Daytime or Casual Dresses Now '/2 Price Coot styles, step-in and shirt dresses in solids and prints. Misses and half- sizes. Come early for best selection. Reg. $6.98-Sl7.98. Also Maternity weor in broken sizes. PIN MONEY SHOP - Ini FtOOR - HARRIS' Month-End BOOK BOOK SHOP 113 Fifth St. VALUES Children's Reg. 3?c each m PAPERBACKS . . . . 6 w ' 1 Wide variety of titles including many classics, work books, for all ages. Children's Reg. 59c each m »B Beginning READERS 4 ^1 JIany titles in hardback bindings. Withdrawn Library Books 39c each — 4 for SI 39c each — 3 for $1 59c each — 2 for SI Selected Group \f\t 00^ Shopworn Paperbacks I V to muf each After Easier Millinery Clearance Spring HATS '3-'6-'9 Take advantage of this one da/ sole . . . clearing a collection of early arrivals in current spring hat styles. Reg. $5 to $15.98. MIlllNERY - 2i .d FLOOR - HARRIS' Street & Afternoon Dresses Off Choose from a wide selection of prints and solids . . . broken sizes and colors. Misses, juniors and half sizes. Reg. $19.95 to %45.95. WOMEN'S DRESSES-2nd FIC30R- HARRIS' Foundations Reduced V4 to '/2 Off Bras, bandeaus and off shoulder models. Girdles and panfy girdles. Reg. $2.50 to $10.00. FOUNDATIONS - 2nd FLOOR — HARRIS' Junior Sportswear Reduced Vs to '/2 Off Drastically reduced to clear, reg. $2.98 to $19.98. CAMPUS DEB SHOP - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Reduced to C!ear Sportswear V3 to V2 Off Be early for these savings on sportswear, reg. S3.98-$25.98. SPORTSWEAR - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' PrO'Season Spectacular! Boys- Swim Wear Now Each Nowl get ready for those months ahead-... a wide assortment of boys' swim wear. Reg. $2.98 to $3.98. BOYS' fURNISHINGS-STREET FLOOR-HARRIS' Boys' Sport Shirts, short sleeves. Huge selection. Sizes 8 thru 18 3 for $5.00 Large Croup U. S. KEDS Regularly $4.95 to $5.95 Includes brown and yellow plaids. Also KILTIES in pointed toes, R o y o I Stewart plaid, gold. SHOE SALON — M.]H FLOOR I (SUM) WM Cart fmtk. Reduced to Clear Girls' Dresses 1/3 to V2 Off Many styles to choose from, broken sizes 3/6X and 7/14. Assorted colors. Reg. $4.98 to $13.98. CHILDREN'S WEAR - 2nd FLOOR — HARRIS' Junior Dresses to Clear V2 Price Shifts, jumpers, full skirts, and basic dresses. 7-15. Broken sizes and colors. CAMPUS DEB SHOP - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Sub Teen Dresses Reduced Broken sizes, colors and styles. 6-14. Rsg. $9.98 & $11.98. HI TEEN SHOP - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Men's Furnishings to Clear M«n'« dreu iliirtj, long iltr'M, t| QQ *lii»t, broUn »iie>, r«g. 13.95 ... * I .77 Fameui brand b««r sderts. oil ^ co*lon, brsktn thai, rtg. i)JO X for ^ I Man't twtaten, cotdigon and pull o-wr. Broktn ««J. 1 R.9. »I3.95-J20.93 I/Z Prie. Men's sport stilrls. assorted prints and polttrns, short and long sleeves. * Reg. J3.95 to S5.9S I / JL Pri« MEN'S FURNISHINCS-STREH flOOR-HARRIS' Lingerie Better brands, reduced to clear — includes gowns, jlipi and 14 slips 1/3 to 1/2 Off UNGERtE - 2nA rtOOR Infant's Wear Reduced Odds and ends, diaper sets, crawlers, dresses and many other Hems. 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