Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 17, 1964 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 3

Redlands, California
Issue Date:
Friday, April 17, 1964
Page 3
Start Free Trial

Special Purchase of New Summer Sfraws $099 New summer straws in smartly tailored or softly trimmed styles to wear with your cool summer costumes ... oil made to sell for more, select several and save. For the Sophisficated Woman Who loves and weors hots ... see our collection of one-of-a-kind fabulous hats by famous designers. Vz to V2 Off MILLINERY - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Terrific Value! Group of Capri Sefs Ceittpar* to fU.fS SI set Just the ideal sef for vacation at this tremendous savings. Several styles to choose from. Capris in solid colors, blouse printed. Assorted pastel shades. Sizes 8-18. SPORTSWEAR 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Sononza Book Sale! A Big Selection for fhe Family Save Up to Vi and More Kg Selec«on, Regularly $3.95 to $15 $1.69 to $5.95 each Children's Golden Books. Regularly 25c (ages 6 to 9) 6 for $1 Selection Children's Books (Ages 7 to 12) Reg. 39c 5 for $1 Reg. 59c Each. Anniversary Priced 4 for $1 HARRIS' BOOK SHOP - 113 FIFTH ST. Redtantis Daily facts Friday. Apr. 17,19M - 3 NIVERSAEl "How Your Savings Will Soar in '64"..,Witk Exciting Vdues Commemorating Our 60ik Year! Good Selecfion of 100% Orion Bulky Knifs Regularly $6.9B ACCESSORIES STREET FLOOR - HARRIS', Zipper or button front end Chanel styles. Novelty weaves and solid pastels. J ^j ^^P^^^^ M & L in Orion® acrylic Special Purchose.' Terry Tuck New Pouf Dusier $4 88 Duster style of white cotton terry, thick and thirsty ... won­ derful for beach, home or pool. Button down front. One site. NOTIONS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' Handbag Spectacular! Only During Harris' Big 59th Anniversary Could We Make Such a Tremendous Special Purchase from Our Top Handbag Manufacturers Compare to $3.98, $5.98 and $8.98 $299' %2 99' $ We have a style for every need—street, country casuals, classic tailored in ail the newest colors. Black, bone, fawn, white raisin. Jubilee patent colors of rajah red, white lightning, summer nude, pink, blue and yellow. Also black patent. *Plus 10% Fed. Ex. Tox HANDBAGS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' c SfrHftlfW STAMPS (•KJHM MISS JOSEPHINE SEAY . Society'Editot GALLERY GUESTS — Focts photogropher C. J. Kenison tried a different "angle," using Mrs. Madison Fmlay (lower in picture) and Mrs. James Gillespie as his models, while viewing the current exhibit at the Lyon Art Gallery. Exhibiting California artists ore Phil Dike, Elmef Plummer, Millard Sheete, Oetk Smit end Robert E. Wood, with ceramics by Leon Moburg. The show will be open through April 26 with hours from 2 to 5 daily, except Thursday and Saturday. The gallery is located at Smiley library. Associates Welcome Three Info Group Mrs. Phillip B. Campbell, Mrs. Jack E. Coke afld Mrs. Edmund L. Zander were introduced as new members when Associates of Hedlands Bowl met Wednesday morning in the home of their president, Jlrs. Raymond A. Beeler, 336 Fountain avenue. Co-hostesses for the morning were Mrs. Robert O. Gose and Mrs. John Munn Jr. with Mrs. H. L. Thackwell pouring. May 1 has been selected for the Associates' annual Redlands Bowl Day and all members have been assigned their stations at downtown locations. Members will don their tradl tional hats, to be gayly trimmed in the floral "May Day" theme. Decorative May baskets wiD be placed at each station to receive contributions for support of the Com munity Music Association's summer concerts. Mrs. Giulio C. Panelli and Mrs. Jones are co-chairmen for Bowl Day. ilembers were also assigned specific duties for the coming summer Bowl season and vol unteers for the various activities were accepted. The innovation of a short per iod of music during their meetings was introduced Wednesday with Mrs. John W. Jones, so praao, singing, arias from "Madame Butterfly" and "Rig oletto". Mrs. Carl C. Bank was at the piano to provide accom paniments. The May meeting will be at the home of Sirs. Lloyd M. Hulbert, 632 East Mariposa drive, Karen Allman Honor Guest At Bridal Shower A bridal shower honoring Karen Allman, bride • elect of Kenneth. Norcross, was a Wednesday event at the Ralph Horfon home, 720 Lincoln street Mrs. Horton was assisted by Mmes. Harry Davis, Norman Herring and Franklin Ver Steeg. Games were played with prizes going to the honoree and to Mmes. Cloyde Morrison, Bud Weeks, Harry Davis and Wallace Brown. Guests included Mrs. Hubert Allman, grandmother of the bride-elect; Ken's mother and sister Mrs. William Norcross, and Karen; and Mmes. Maud Carpenter, Mae Stevick, C. C. Highland, Cari Shotwell, Elza Grisamore, W. C. Schindler, Ola Timpke, Jerome Stewart, Albert Jones, H. H. Hubert. Mmes. Charles Norcross, K. BlackweU, J. Mathena, E. H. Dibb, Jerry Davis, Gary Loso, Wallace Brown, P. Stanley, Clyde Morrison, Bud Weeks and the hostesses. MAK€f^ENDS Mrs. Figgins Chosen To Head Kingsbury PTA Mrs. Vincent Figgins was elected Kingsbury PTA president for 1964-65 during the April board meeting this week at the home of Mrs. Earl B. Anderson, 707 Esther Way. Mrs. G. J. Cotner •was co-hos less. Others elected were Mrs. Robert Lee, vice president; Mrs. Gerald E. Good, recording secretary; Mrs. Overton Pratt, treasurer; Sirs. Jack B. Forquer, parliamentarian and corresponding secretary; and' Mrs. G. J. Cotner, auditor. The annual Book Fair, scheduled for April 22 at the school, was discussed. Guest author will be Mrs. Lucy Stark, author of the chiWren's book, Skippy". Book Fair chairmen are Mrs. Richard Wiesberg and Mrs. Charles Bishop. Q— The bidding has been: East Seath West Korth 1« Pass 14 Pass Pass 2* Pass Pass . 3* 3* cue Piass ? You, South, hold: 4A2 VK3 «7S54 «AQ432 What do Toa do? ^^^^K. TVB xeaOr Eke this tODAX'S Qt^ESnOK Tnstpaft of passing to three spedes doubled. East bids four diamoods. mat do you do Aaswer TMwnair Confine a sneeze to a tissue or handkerchief. There are enough germs f looting around. Adventist Services REDUANDS SEVENTH DAY AOVENTIST 520 Brookside avenue Elder Ben L. Hassenpflug Sabbath school 9:30. Morning wor.';hip 10:50. MENTONE SEVENTH-DAY AOVENTIST 1144 Olivine. Melvin Turner, pastor. Sabbath school, 9:3^ Morning worship 11:00. THE UNIVERSITY SEVENTH- DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Comer Central and San Bernardino streets, Loma Linda. Charles W. Teel, pastor. Saturday services, 9:15, Sabbath school. Worship service, 10:50. . Vespers, Saturday afternoon. LOMA LINDA SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST HILL CHURCH W." K. Chapman, pastor. H. E. Beltz Jr., assuicfate pastor. Sabbath school, 9:30 Saturday. Young people, 7:30 p.m. Friday. Services translated for tha deaf. YUCAIPA SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST 35225 Ave. A (at Adams) Lawrence Scott, pastor. Sabbath school 9:30. Morning Worship,. 10:50 Saturday. Missionary Volunteers, 8:00 p.m. (Friday).

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free