Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 16, 1964 · Page 2
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 2

Redlands, California
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Thursday, April 16, 1964
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2 - Thuri, April 16, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts MISS JOSEPHINE HEAT Society Editor MR. AND MRS. ALEX J. CASPER Doris Winter, Airman Alex Casper Wed In Norton Air Base Chapel Married last Friday in the Norton Air Force Base chapel with Chaplain (Captain) Robert K Woerdeman officiating at the double ring ceremony were Doris V. Winter of Redlands and Airman First Class Alex J. Casper. Attending the couple were Anne Strickland who was her sister's maid of honor and Airman William Warren, best man. The bride is the daughter of Jlr. and Mrs. Ray P. Strickland of Gadsden, Ala. She is a clerk with the San Bernardino Air Materiel Area (Sbama) Administrative Services at Norton. The bridegroom, who is assigned to the SBAHA Military Personnel Office at Norton, is the son of Ales Casper of Saxonbury, Pa. The couple are now at home at 1545 Lassen street in Redlands. POLLY'S "OINTEfiS By Polly Cramtr DEAR POLLY — On a sheet of paper titled "Valuable Information" I have listed the banks and account numbers where we have checking and savings ac counts, safety deposit box num bcr, titles, insurance policies, real estate information, social security numbers and all addresses of people to be notified should my husband and I both be seriously injured or die. Also included is the name of our doctor, hospital, mortuary, cemetery, minister, employer, and relatives who would be interested. This sheet of paper is kept in a plastic envelope in a desk drawer, dose friends and relatives know where to find it The second Pointer was a real helper to my husband while I was too ill to take care of the bills as I usually do. In an ac count book I have listed all the months with plenty of space between each of them. Uader each heading is a list of afl bills that come due that month, that is, the ones due quarterly, semiannually or annually. Then there is another list of the regu lar monthly bills and payments. Nothing is forgotten. When the bills begin to arrive, they are placed within the pages of this book. I also wrote out instructions should a stranger have to take over this duty.— R.H.M. CIRLS — How I envy any- on* at systematic as R.KM. Evan though such duties, as thoM in her first hint, arc not toe pleasant, w* should a 11 think ahead and make It as easy as possible for those who mii^it have to take ever for us.—POLLY Panhellenic Assoc, Elects New Officers Redlands Panhellenic Association elected Mrs. William L. Rose as president for 1964 - 65 during Tuesday evning's meet ing at the home of Mrs. Paul B Wilson, 345 Sununit avenue. Others elected were Mrs. Ver non E. Murdock, vice president; Mrs. William K. Fawcett, recording secretary; Mrs. Paul D. Swanson, corresponding secretary; Sirs. Donald Daniels, treasurer; Mrs. Thomas BI. Scott, parliamentarian; Mrs. Philhp B. Campbell, scholarship chairman; Mrs. James H. Moore, publicity chairman, and Mrs. Edward McClusky, Panhel­ lenic representative. It was announced that in^ta- tioos had been sent for the Senior Information Coffee to begin at 9:45 a .m. Hay 2 at Redlands Country Chib. This is Jii uukusl affair for senior girls planning An elderly person retains more interest when allowed to handle his own affairs. to attend college. Mrs. Fred Johnson is in charge of arrangements. The ne-xt Panhellenic meeting will be a luncheon May 14. Hostesses Tuesday evening were Mmes. Wilson, Sam C. Dickey Jr., Vernon E. Murdock and /unold Boogher. Others present were Mmes. E. R. Dwight, William L. Rose, Parker Huntington, Jeffry J. Prendergast, McClusky, Donald J. Paul Roger Holden, Richard N. Moersch, Richard J. Wilson, Fawcett, Paul D. Swanson, Robert L. Gould, Scott, Daniels, James Chappell, James Gromen, Moore; and a guest, Mrs. Robert E. White. FRANKLIN PTA MEETING TONIGHT Franklin P.T.A- will meet at 7:30 this evening with Mrs. Inga McDaniel, psycholo^ for Colton High school, as speaker on "Cause and Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency". Anyone interested is invited to attend the meeting. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793^221 MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERY CUSTOM MADE MATTRESSES Free Pick-Up and Delivery Free Estimates BANNER Mattress (Upholstery Co. m CAJON PY 3-5851 MOONLIGHT MADNESS SALE! STORE CLOSED 5:30 P.M. TIL 7 :oo P.M. STORE OPEN 7.-00 P.M. TIL 11.-00 P.M. THURSDAY SHOP »:30 A.M. TIL 5:30 P.M. Starring • Galaxy of Unadvertised Specials — Plan Yoor Sheppins Accortiiiwly. Mysfere and Elegance Perfumes by D'Orsay Specially Priced $15 $450* ~ Each Plus 10% Fed. Ex. Tax Exotic French perfumes now at remorkabia sovlngs during our anniversary sale! Treat yourself to several bottles. COSMETICS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Only During Hams' Big Anniversary Could We Bring You Such Value ... Such Savings on Manfs' Wear Regularly $3.98 to 19.98 In time for bab/s summer wardrobe ... a group of beautiful famous name Infant diaper sets, sun suit sets and playwear at a wonderful Anniversary savmg. Also beautiful baby and toddler dresses 1/3 off. CHILDREN'S WEAR - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' "How Your Savings WiU Soar in '64"...Wif/t Exciting Vdues Commemorcitmg Our 60di Year I 1«^ Excepfional Savings on Girls' Sporfsvfear Regularly $1.69 fo $3.98 40 ^0 off Couldn't be on sale at a better time ... a beautiful group of tee shirts, jamaicas and 2 pc ploy sets. Just in time for summer vacafions. Size* 3/6X, 7/14. CHILDREN'S WEAR - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Select Your Lingerie Wardrobe Now of Terrific Savings During Our 59fh Anniversary Sale! Famous Make Nylon Lingerie and ^ More off Slip in nylon tricot with nylon lace trimmed bodice and hemline. White. Short $Q99 32/36, Ave. 32/40. Reg. $5,95. „ O Pefficoat in nylon tricot. Eneosed elosfie ot waist, lace hem in white and $049 colors. S-M-L Reg. $3.95 jL Shift gown in nylon tricot with overlay of sheer nylon. Full gathered yoke with lace at front ond back, lace ot hem. Blue or $C95 sunset pink. S-M-L Reg. $8.95. ^ Nylon tricot pajamas with perky cellar, button down front, short sleeves and full length trousers with encased elastic. White/pink, ^ l"95 white/aqua. 32/40. Reg. $7.95 0 LINGERIE 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' use HAiUF OniOMM. eUUT PUN •MM. w rru-OMbOT aqn le le • »^ 9:30 4JN.'M » rjN. M OlkwBqn*:M>W5:M

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