Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 14, 1964 · Page 3
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 3

Redlands, California
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Tuesday, April 14, 1964
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In Every Department During Harris' 59th Anniversary Sale! HERMAN HARRIS PHILIP H4Jl 'RIS ARTHUR HARRIS Founder's Day eommemorares the very first HamV store in San Bernardino . , . that means extra big values throughout the stores! Shop for oil-new bor- gains in oil departments! Use ony one of Morris' eosy payment plans and remember . . . you get "S & H" Green Stamps with all cash purchases and down payments. The Assorfmenf is Terrific ... The Savings Tremendous on These Bulky Knit Sweaters, Selection Includes Cardigans with Collars, Chanels & Hooded Comparable $13.98 to $15.98 $788 Our famous annual event Is here with a greater selection than ever of beau­ tiful sweaters! You'll want several from this beautiful collection of wools and Orion® acrylics In white, black and pretty pastels. Sizes 36 to 40, SM-L. SPORTSWEAR - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Watch Your Savings Soar on these Famous Name Foundations Brat Rig. $2J0 to $3.»5 $J99 Girdles, Panties Reg. %i to V-K $399 Cotton bondeou bras . . . some with loee trim ... oil famous brands. Stock up now and save on this wonderful value! Famous brand girdles and panty girdles ... in beouti- ful feminine figure slimming styles. FOUNDATIONS - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Save! Regularly $6.95 Dresser Sets $ 4 99 SET Save on this 3 pc. dresser set with jeweler's golden finish. In an assortment of colors. Also, in tapestry and petite point. Dressing Table Troys . . . oval and oblong in several finishes. Reg. $5.95 Now $3.99 COSMETICS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Big Savings on Famous Munsingwear Casual Slippers Reguloriy $4 $199 I Pair You'll live in them from morning 'til night... at this price you can match all your casual wear . . . many styles to choose from. In beautiful spring colors. S-M-L-XL. HOSIERY - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' S&HOUtMSTAHfS wilkCMkl USE HiHRIS* OfTION4L CKOIT UAH tUI ItUIMBMO (Mu TO *.0444J Stop •» * r JM. MM. W M omt Ban *••»» 'M 300 •VMSM (Pfe. OV 4.4 ««e) —JMi 0 >i «r*ni »ie 'M« KtUUmS (M. 79a-i3t4) OiWBqra»de'M«:3e Redlands Doily Facts Tues.. April 14, 1964 - 3 PC let If loss JOSEPHINE S£Ay Sodatr smar AARP Chapter Plans Evening "With Birds" Food plus fun win lie combined for the meeting of Red' lands AABP chapter tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. in the board room of Redlands public schools. Entertainment will feature a "trialogue," bird quiz, "warblers" quartet, original poetry and other skits. Mrs. Lucia H. Wheeler is entertainment chairman and Olga Walters is decorations chairman for the evening. Members are reminded to provide their own table service and a covered dish food item. The group plans a trip to Ma rineland for April 22 and will stop at the famous "glass church" at Portuguese Bend. A tour to Rick's Museum and Knotts' Berry Farm is scheduled for the last week in June, open to all residents of the area 55 years of age and older. Information is available from Ada Bloom, telephone 793-5763. BOWL ASSOCIATES MEETING WEDNESDAY Associates of Redlands Bowl will meet Wednesday with Mrs. Raymond A. Beeler, 336 Fountain avenue. The board will convene at 9, followed by the general meeting at 10 a.m. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Vienna Nighf Offers Multiple Attractions Reservation deadline for the season's most gala affair, "A Night In Vienna" scheduled for Friday at Azure Hills Country Club, has been extended unti] noon tomorrow, it was announced today. The festive affair, to benefit Redlands Bowl, promises a gourmet menu, dancing in a colorful Viennese atmosphere and top entertainment. One couple will received a weekend for two at a Las Vegas strip jhotel as a "bonus" and other party "extras" will be two luxury food baskets provided by Associates of Redlands Bowl. Superior Court Judge Joseph Ciano, former chairman of the board of Redlands Community Music Association, will be the evening's master of ceremonies. Guest artist for the entertainment hour will be Brian Sullivan, tenor of the Metropolitan Opera Company, who will include Viennese favorites among his selections. He will also he joined by Jane McGowan, soprano, in a scene from "The Merry Widow". Last minute reservations may be made with Mrs. Lloyd Hulbert, telephone 793-1717, or Mrs. Charles Harrison, 792-3635. DOWNTOWN REDLANDS ANNIVEESAEY / The open delight of fashion in bright patent ^ Save 25%! Reg. $14.99 11 WhHe! . . . Black or Gunmetol! 20 Abov* Style Onlyl Platinum! In a season noted for its open news, there's nothing so wondrous es our slender patent sling! Delicate, ftcttering, franUy feminine... if wolks in cujhtened softness on a hidden platfonn and graceful mid* heel... while it embraces your foot firmly with the caressing ease of its famous Red Cross Shoe fit. tntm ha w emmjjm lAibm with TIi« Amtricin SJSOMI M Cm\

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