San Marino Tribune (Newspaper) - October 17, 1946, San Marino, California s Club Plays for of the 1946-47 season San Marino Woman's Club was enthusiastically greeted members turned out in numbers the first meeting on October 18 at Huntington School Eugene C. opened the meeting with of extending a welcome to new of ways and E. plans of her committee for raising funds for the new club among the Christmas bazaar to be heid December 11, a theater project and a chain of clubhouse The latter are under the supervision of Mrs. Leo J. and will be given at the first parties being given by members of the executive Mrs. Sievert expressed the hope that the chain not be and would continue throughout the Ugene program chairman is to be congratulated on her opening Eunice nationally famous and her violin choir of 12 solo captivated the audience. Each number on the program was executed with superb her exquisite rendition of difficult Miss Wennermark proved herself a real the school the tea arranged by Mrs. J. A. beautiful in shades of copper bowls holding clusters of castor augmented by purple Mrs. R. F. hospitality and her committee were assisted in serving by a group of club Pouring were four past Mmes. Charles Oscar Herbert D. Howard W. Seidell and Leo J. Mrs. Clark who was to have was called Mrs. Charles Oscar Cornwell serving in her worn by the officers were made by Mmes. J. H. A. M. Gibbs and L. C. October 23, the current events and literature guild will hold its initial meeting of the season in the 922 Huntington drive at 2 Arvel D. will present Mrs. Edna Stearns speaker on world events and book Mrs. Dayton has appeared before this guild so many she needs no The clarity of her insight into world affairs gives her word pictures unusual She has made a study of and her absorption in this study adds strength to her Of equal interest will be her book Gifted with dramatic she makes the characters and scenes of current literature live before the eyes of her Gano Baker is vice-chairman of this and Mrs. Lyle W. Kellogg is the B. Pendleton lo Tell Rotary of of the outstanding programs of the year is scheduled Rotary meeting today at Pierre's when Morris B. 1433 St. Albans will his recent trip to the Mr. Pendleton was specially to serve as an for the Los Angeles Chamber of of he is and we entire Southland at the Republics inauguration Manila on July 4. head of the Plomb Company and president of San Marino was elected an life member of the Chamber of prominent San of the Los Angeles will be presented the local group bv L. E. B. Ruddock Lead remain in the course of the of a number of San the Saints 132 North Euclid October 21, MM y 19 No. 32 2-5707 MARINO 9, OCTOBER 17. 1946 2-3343 5c Club to Hear Ballot pre-election meeting of San Marino Women's Republican Club will be held October 22, at the home of Mrs. Kenneth E. 2210 Orlando at 2 as guest will discuss the 17 propositions which the voter will face on the November Mr. who is on the staff of the California Taxpayers Association and former editor of the Tax is well qualified to give the background as well as the implications and effects of these measures due to his years of experience in the study of governmental Roy F. president of the club will present Richard candidate for 12th Congressional R. G. will introduce as honored guests the 22 precinct chairmen with their have organized the precinct work for the coming general will be served following the C. C. C. C. Trillingham New Board C. C. Los Angeles County Superintendent of schools from San has been named to the Whittier College board of it was announced this morning by Ashton M. president of the L. noted Santa Ana and Dr. Harold C. pastor of the First Methodist Church of were also elected to the Whittier Ainsworth to Speak noted author and editor of the Los Angeles is to be guest speaker at the first meeting of the South Marino Junior High School to held in the school auditorium on Tuesday October 28, at 8 Ainsworth will have as his Highways and and is expected to bring to the group some very interesting His recently published Fly is winning wide the Hans principal of the will introduce each member of the and short summaries of school activities will be presented by Laurence Francis Miss Robinson and Mr. short business meeting will be conducted by Mrs. L. P. W. Des of the PTA following which Mrs. Ed prominent member of the League of Women will speak to the group briefly concerning several vital amendments to be voted on at the coming for the evening will be furnished by Miss Norma pupil of Mary who will render a piano meeting will close with a social hour and in charge of the hospitality headed by Mrs. Joseph Gannon and Mrs. Edward E. Dryden Announces Community Chest Drive to Start 1947 campaign for San Marino Community Chest wiU swing into action October 21, and aU plans have completed for a successful according to Harold E. general On October 19, Cub Scouts will distribute folders to all the aims and purposes of this year's campaign which seeks to raise 324,347, a reduction of about 35 per cent from last residential area leaders have been appointed who will supervise a thorough canvass of the residential They are Mmes. Harold S. Mahlon E. H. Stanley Carl L. T. Joseph R. Theodore L. George S. William C. Ellsworth O. Fred S. C. Robert Frank Gladstone B. Luther R. W. Peter Paul John Stanley Alex Clyde Thomas and John A. of the residential solicitations are Mmes. J. Kenneth Roscoe C. A. Thayer and Karl W. Next week a complete list of all residential solicitors will be in charge of other various group solicitations David H. Nagle and Helen and E. Randall included in the San Marino Community Chest this year Boys and Girls Aid society of Boy Scouts of San Marino and Braille Institute of California Babies and Children's Cub Pack of San Girl Scouts of San Marino and Hathaway Salvation San Marino Social Service and San Marino Youth South Pasadena Hospitality South San Marino High School South Pasadena Travelers Aid Veterans Service Bureau of San Visiting Nurses Boys Club of Council Expenses and National Welfare Scouts are going forward for the initial launching of the new San Marino Sea Scout sponsored by the Kiwanis according to Roswell vice-chairman of the sponsoring order to qualify prospective Sea Scouts for membership in the new Allen Warren second mate of the is holding open house at his home at 2475 Adair every Sunday All new prospective Sea Scouts should telephone him first for particulars at ATlantic 1-1369. Mr. Warren has already conducted apprenticeship tests for several than 20 boys are expected to qualify by taking these tests this month prior to the actual launching of the Any boy 15 years of age or older is eligible for membership in the Sea Harold R. well-known San Marino has been named skipper of the new Sea Scout Dr. a lieutenant commander in the medical corps of the navy during the is well qualified for this having been a Sea Scout skipper for three years prior to entering the Alfred Allen and Allen Warren III have been named as mates to assist Dr. of the San Marino Kiwanis Club Sea Scout ship committee include Jack Roswell Dr. Alfred Jack Leo Richard John David Davis and N. Earl president of the Kiwanis Club in San is an ex-officio member of this committee and has been very active in organizing the new Sea Scout These men as well as fathers of prospective Sea Scouts have been attending a Sea Scout leadership training course conducted every Tuesday evening at the San Marino Scout cabin in Lacy Two more meetings are planned after which all men qualifying wiU take part in a week-end cruise to Catalina aboard a Sea Scout Night Lectures Start October 22 Evening School of Religion series at the San Marino Community Church for the fall season 1946 will begin on October 22. The series has always assumed the pattern of a supper in the chattic at 6:30, and the lecture or panel discussion program in the chapel at 7:30. theme for this year as advanced is Church in It has been the tradition of the Tuesday evening series to present always something that has to do with the outreach of the Christian whether it be in the home country or in the neighboring metropolitan or whether it be in a foreign mission This series is always designed in such a way as to bring to the members of the church some deeper appreciation of the function of the church on their behalf in its total ecumenical general theme for Tuesday October 22, will be the Goes to the Speaker for the evening will be the Rev. Cecil director of student work at the University of California at Los Angeles and University of Southern Mr. Hoffman works through the University of Religious Conference on the campus at and through the Westminster Foundation at the University of Southern He has a general oversight of in the junior colleges universities in Southern will bring with him for the program on Tuesday evening a group of university students who will comprise a panel for the discussion of the influence of the church in the lives of students during their years spent on the campuses of I of Community Church Mrs. Richard will have charge of the arrangements for the Reservations should be called to Mrs. SYcamore 9-5663, or to the church ATlantic 4-1412. Wood is chairman of the educational and has direct responsibility in the planning of the Tuesday evening John Gordon Winner of Air John Douglas husband of Mrs. Martha Siefkin Gordon of 3121 Monterey has been awarded the Air Medal for his performance in action as commanding officer of an air rescue detachment on board the cruiser USS Canberra in the Marianas and Philippine Island from June 21 to September 13, 1944. this period he participated in six rescue and twice landed in rough seas to effect recovery of of the citation is as meritorious in aerial flight as commanding officer of the Air Detachment on board the USS Canberra in the Marianas and Philippine Islands from June 21 lo September 13, 1944. An alert and skilled Lieutenant Gordon participated in six rescue missions during this twice landing in rough seas to effect the recovery of His daring courageous disregard for his own and conscientious devotion to duty prevented the loss of numerous lives and upheld the highest traditions of the United States Naval Gordon is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gordon of the road Parents Belong to E. J. Mrs. James Evans and Mrs. H. Audell membership chairmen for the three San Marino announce the membership of the PTA to be 100 per cent this A notice is being sent home by the students to the parents thanking them for their response to this the cooperation of Laurence White of consisting of selected nature studies and sports be shown October 17, in the Huntington auditorium to the pupils of all three schools as a special reward for their efforts in the Whitehead Gives Talk for spite of world leadership in education and the United States has a crime rate greater than that of any other Juvenile delinquency in Los Angeles County has increased 173 per cent during the past three years and in the United States for the period of 1944-45 6,000,000 cases were basic formula for combating juvenile delinquency was presented to San Marino Kiwanians at Tuesday's meeting by Cecil This successfully tried in neighboring involves a council of citizens who deal with delinquent In the past thousands of plans and experiments have failed but at least this fundamentally simple never before tried in criminal is in operation and achieving gratifying Dr. Whitehead was introduced by Dr. Harold R. N. Earl Leo Hepp and J. L. C. Walker reported on the annual district convention which they recently local group was accompanied by their wives and another San Marino Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mr. Morrison representing a neighboring Morris Named Leader of an meeting of the Boy Scout district committee last Malcolm Morris of San Marino was installed as president by Trask of Pasadena central open house was unique in that it gave parents of Boy Scouts and those interested in scouting an opportunity to see at first hand how the adult leaders of the Scouts operate and to hear reports of the various committees explain the of these committees to make scouting run smoothly for the officers elected were Everett Dick and Roger The outgoing officers are Charles A. Clarence H. William H. and Roger V. chairmen will be announced Morris says that to have good scouting it is necessary to have good adult Men and dads of the boys of San should lend aU support possible to see that their boys have the is only when we have parental interest that the boy shows his keenest he Window Memorial fpr Gen. won in World War II by San Marino's Gen. George S. Patton Jr. and his army are commemorated in a memorial window dedicated Sunday in the Church of Our Gift of General Patton's Mrs. Ruth Ellen the design of the window was adapted from an original needlepoint piece on which Mrs. Totten was working at the time of her father's shows St. George conquering the with the dragon's scales made of Nazi swastikas and the blanket of the horse showing Patton's Tank Corps Below the figure the design the three battles which Patton considered the principal ones of his drive into Germany and four important cities being released from the Shoulder patches of the 12 divisions of the Third Army are in the border and below are the United States Military Academy shield and General Patton in his window was made by Henry Lee Willet of W. Hitchcock Named Medal of Freedom rendering exceptionally meritorious service to the American armies that swept across France and into Germany as civilian technical advisor to the chief signal officer of the European theater of W. Hitchcock Election Urged by Dr. Victor E. of Richard M. to Congress was urged this weel by Dr. Victor E. San Ma rino civic leader and of a committee of 135 San Marino citizens who are actively working to elect the young Whittier World War II program is practical progressive and the statement from Dr. Stork has the training and experience in public service to go with his dynamic qualities of is waging a most vigorous and effective campaign for election on November 5, based on a program calling for a return to sound governmental administration and efficient public Dr. Stork program emphasizes the need of the American people for an end to strangling price to insure full production and an abundance of clothing and other basic necessities of Dr. Stork is committed to a policy of tax particularly in the middle and lower personal and to a weeding out of parasites among the 3,000,000 federal he has stated that he will resist every effort to curtail expenditures for legitimate particularly for the disabled and those who are continuing their of the heaviest planks in Nixon's platform is that calling for a new national labor one which will bring the public welfare up on a parity with the interests of both labor and differs sharply with his opponent on the matter of socializing American declaring that the hope of America and the world lies in a dynamic demonstration of the strength and productiveness of a free said Dr. that the farmer be free from governmental regimentation and interference have been voiced repeatedly by Nixon during the has termed the administration's emergency housing program an abject favors greater emphasis upon rental construction and calls for the removal of bureaucratic social housers and their replacement by men of good will who will work in cooperation with the home-building industry instead of obstructing Dr. Stork nf chief engineer of the Southern California Telephone was presented the Medal of Freedom October 15, at a ceremony in the head office of the telephone company ' in Los Richard W. commanding officer of the local ' California Military made the presentation at a citation read at the ceremony is as Harry W. American rendered exceptionally meritorious service to the United States armies in France as Expert Consultant to the Secretary of war from 12 1944 to 9 1945. his capacity as Technical Advisor to the Chief Signal European theater of on all phases of communications he materially furthered the war effort and rendered invaluable assistance to the Allied in the rehabilitation of the extensive French communication system and the planning and employment of the German communication system for providing essential military requirements in the drive across France and into outstanding ability as a communications broad experience and mature judgment in meeting the numerous problems incident to providing communications for the armies contributed materially to the provision of military communications for the United States lives at 2619 Oak Knoll left the telephone company for military in a civilian on January 1, 1941. His first duties were with the War Production Board as an engineer to expedite construction work on army air synthetic oil and aircraft shipyard construction the building of ships were added to his assignment as returned to the Southern California Telephone Company after this initial period but later went back into military service in 1944, with the War Department for specific duty in Ihp Will tn THAN 6000 REGISTER TO Marino's registration for the forthcoming November election was revealed this by M. J. deputy registrar of who stated that out of the 6491 there were 5058 1054 three 381 decline to 1 1 * of Southwest Region to Gather for Oakland from the 61 Soroptimist Clubs of the Region of the American Federation of Soroptimist Clubs will meet in Oakland October 18, 19 and 20 at a birthday conference to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the nf thp organization and to formulate plans for the next two 400 representing the 2000 members of the Soroptimist Clubs in the region will come from all parts of Arizona and Nevada to attend the The Soroptimist Club of the parent act as hostess to the with clubs from the bay region to Dr. Ruth regional the conference will be devoted to May is still early enough for girls desiring to be Girl Scouts to join the San Marino Scout officials said this Those interested are asked to telephone Mrs. Walier ATlantic 1-8855. before 5 who would like to take the training course which will be held at the Pasadena Scout House beginning October 22 may telephone the Pasadena Scout and friends of Trinity Lutheran Church will gather together at 3 p.m. on Sunday at the church property at 1260 North San Gabriel boulevard for the ceremony for the church now under announces Rev. W. H. the local pastor in the service will be Rev. A. H. pastor of the Arcadia American Lutheran who will an the Rev. A. C. pastor of the Christ Lutheran Church of Monterey and the Rev. Henry pastor of the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd of Highland Park and chairman of the Mission Committee of the California District of the American Lutheran members of the church and Sunday school have been asked to bring articles will be placed in the cornerstone along a copy of the a list of the charter and a program of the the regular in the morning members be received into the The junior choir present special at both The community is cordially a Drive AMERICA San Marino Next R. Peatman Named to Trust R. a resident of San named assistant trust officer of Title Insurance and Trust Company at a meeting of the board of directors of the company held October 10. a member of the staff of the estate planning of the department since January of this is coming to noo A.