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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - April 15, 1938, Arcadia, California Friday april 15, 1988arcadia daily Tribune. B c to local Quito activities Elizabeth schermerhorn personals i 1#� sorority Council i votes in Theta Phi r Grace Ward pc it Orothy Ebert Leora Mitchell. Mary Adair Marie Overton and Margaret Dobbins of the to Theta Phi sorority attended the inter sorority Council meeting inti Len was held last evening in at tile Royal Palms hotel 360 South a to make Avenue los Angeles. The sorority was voted membership into the Council and was asked to participate in a gala dance which will be staged in the Riverside breakfast club on saturday evening May 14. _ tvs la foothill blvd. Monrovia starting Friday a Gold is where you find it with George Brent Olivia dehavilland also Constance Bennett Brian Aherne in a merrily we live with Billie Burke Patsy Kelly arcadians attend colourful reception mrs. Emile Mann timerhoff and mrs. Virginia Diggins of Arcadia were among the Large delegation that attended the elaborate reciprocity Day which was held by the California history and landmarks club yesterday at i of clock at 943 South Hoover Street los Angeles. Mrs. Timerhoff was among the honoured guests of the afternoon As was mrs. John Stearns Thayer president of the los Angeles District of the California federation of women a clubs. Everyone participated in the True spirit of the Day by wearing dresses of the past colourful Days of the state. Many Beautiful and elaborate and not to mention valuable gowns were worn by the women. Among the highlights of the afternoon was the talk Given by mrs. A. S. C. Forbes founder president of the club who spoke on the Carillon of Bells projected for the 1942 exposition in los Angeles. Or. F. W. Emerson was the principal speaker on the program and spoke on a los Angeles county past and at the conclusion of the program a beautifully appointed Tea was served by mrs. C. E. Lloyd and her committee. Mrs. Timerhoff is not Only a past president of the California history and landmarks club but is also an honorary member of the group. The daily Tribune s business and professional directory i office 2991 a phone a bes. 2491 or. Bruce f. Sims physician surgeon Osteopath office hours 10-12. 2-5 j evenings 7-9 Mon. So Fri. No. 7 Arcade bldg. Arcadia my radio store phone 2298 we repair All makes i of sets i 18 North first Avenue Arcadia i hours 9 to 5 phone 483 evenings by appointment or. E. W. Bellinger dentist 1 no. 7 Laflamme Arcade bldg. 38 e. Huntington Arcadia Loans notary insurance Dee m. Payne real estate 56 e. Huntington. Arcadia phone Arcadia 2294 or. T. H. Smith dentist i hours 9 to 8 a phone 2630 evenings by appointment 671 w. Duarte Road Arcadia Ethel c. Guinther chiropractor too n. First ave. Pm. 2813 next door to Post office it Carl f. Bass j optometrist phone 885 hours 9 to 5 examination by appointment Soh e. Huntington Arcadia Arcadia disposal co 56 e. Huntington or. Phone 2294 collections mondays and thursdays 50c a month or. Grace Cullen la chiropractor j Telephone 2504 1 hours 9 a. In. To 5 p. by appointment i 225 s. First Avenue Arcadia John f. Houlihan draperies a venetian blinds upholstering 124 e. Huntington drive phone 517 or 798 Leroy Anderson attorney at Law Arcadia office 51 e. Hug. Pm. Arcadia 2785 arc. Of. Hrs. Wed. So sat. I l. A. Office 510 w. 6th pm. To 8221 George h. Stevens watchmaker watches clocks and diamonds watch clock and jewelry repairing 678 w. Duarte Arcadia i. N. Kendall . J surgery gynaecology j obstetrics j office hours to to 12�?2 to 5 i evenings 7-8, except wednesday phone 2141 Ici n. First ave. Job printing e Arcadia daily Tribune 1 104 n. 1st ave. Pm. 2131 Sunshine nissm cleaners pm. 2262 we Lead in Quality and service tailoring alterations relining repairs Low Cash and carry prices 18 1st. Arcadia at he Leaverenz general contractor 231 s. Second a Finus Street and driveway improvements of All kinds asphaltic Concrete phone Arcadia 2437 Lari a a fun feet 502 s. Myrtle ave. Jally j Foh shoes Monrovia Calif. Graduate Ortho Peist a a Ray shoe fitting we can order any make of shoe to fit your foot mens and ladies tailor cleaning and alterations at Cash and carry prices g. W. Strauser 148 e. Huntington or. Phon 622 8. V. Schermerhorn Agency general insurance a real estate a notary 146 East Huntington or. Phone 547 37th convention Points to outstanding affair tile thirty seventh annual convention of los Angeles District California federation of women a clubs opens on wednesday april 20, at the civic auditorium in Pasadena. Mrs. John Stearns Thayer District president will preside during the entire three Days of business and social sessions. Official Headquarters for the convention will be at the hotel Huntington. Mrs. Arthur p. Will president Pasadena Shakespeare club is the chairman of the official hostess group made up of the presidents of eighteen clubs in the Vicinity of Pasadena. Mrs. Thayer will Call the convention to order at 2 p. In. On the opening Day. Rev. Albert e. Day will give the invocation. Welcome to Pasadena will be extended by Edward o. Nay chairman of Board of City directors of Pasadena and by Donald c. Mccoy president Pasadena chamber of Commerce. Reports of District officers and convention committees will follow. Mrs. June Webster District music chairman will present mrs. Gladys Walta contralto in a group of songs and also Robert Davis Tenor. The theme of the convention will be a individual responsibility As citizens in the Home in the Community in the speakers will bring out these three topics at different sessions throughout the convention. Exhibits mrs. Oscar s. Elvrum District vice president is planning for the exhibits at the District convention in Pasadena april 20, 21 and 22. At present the following divisions have arranged for space in the civic auditorium with mrs. Elvrum a assistance handcrafts division mrs. Ralph t. Henderson District chairman will have a variety of articles made this year in the classes conducted every month at District Headquarters Art division mrs. Bertha amet of Santa Monica District chairman will show some very Beautiful paintings press division miss Ramona Hamilton District chairman is to have an exhibit of press books from the various clubs club programs division mrs. M. H. Jourdane District chairman will have on display club year books and bulletins of the club in the District International relations division. Mrs. James t. Dickson District chairman will exhibit the scrap books with material concerning foreign countries which have been compiled this year by chairmen of the District clubs motion picture division. Mrs. Richard m. White District chairman is also planning an interesting display of educational matter and there May be other exhibits from More divisions which have not yet reported to mrs. Elvrum. There will also be exhibits by the nature study division mrs. J. H. Comby of Pico District chairman and the Indian welfare division mrs. Louis j. Gillespie of Long Beach District chairman. Transportation Arcadia club women desiring transportation to the convention Are asked to phone mrs. C. C. Hoffman 468 or mrs. A. D. Boller 518. Or. W. Carleton Wood a Ray chiropractor # chronic cases a specially lady assistant 110 e. Lemon ave., Monrovia phone Mon. 1168 better f Huvie he uvious precision baking and an abundance of non fattening milk elements make Weber bread a tasty source of food Energy. W thrilling entertainment Quot the Lone Ranger Quot iv0ry Mon., wio., mar 7,30 pm it Fey sad girls i join the Loni Kanger sap k to Ciu ask year Greter Khz a Koi in fam a pm Kyo a Koon in Monrovia the dinner meeting of the Royal daughters missionary society of the presbyterian Church will be held tomorrow evening april 16 at 6 of clock it was announced this afternoon. Mrs. C. R. Brodhead will be the principal speaker and was chosen As her subject a american reservations May be made at the Church of ice or with mrs. Helen Dyson. It it it the business meeting of the b. W. A. Class of the first Baptist Church was held on wednesday evening with new officers being installed during the evening. It it it mrs. Clifton Homan and mrs. Edwin Boswell were hostesses this week to members of the Tennis club at an attractive easter luncheon. There were Twenty members present. Mrs. Fred record and mrs. George Carlson will be hostesses for the luncheon next week. It it it mrs. Levina a. Keyes 709 East Lime Avenue and or. Clair v Tuttle 372 North Myrtle Avenue filed their intention to marry this week in los Angeles. The couple plan to be married quietly within the next two weeks. A a a members of the literature Section met in the music room of the woman a club on wednesday where an interesting program was presented by the members. Miss Ruth Elliott and mrs. Charles a. Stickney reviewed a series of interesting books for the members present. Mrs. Dorothy Simonton chairman presided Over the meeting. A a a mrs. C. H. Anson was hostess to the executive Board and the nominating committee for the Pasadena dolls of Many j lands feature woman a Guild Over fifty women gathered in the i social Hall of the Arcadia Community Church yesterday at 12 30 1 o clock when the woman a Guild i held its monthly luncheon meeting. Mrs. Thelma Beeper and mrs. Doro i thy Harrison were luncheon Host esses. The tables were decorated with huge bowls of red roses. Following the business meeting which was presided Over by the new i president mrs. George Andrews at j2 of clock a varied program was Given. Mrs. Harrison was in charge of i the program and presented mrs. Marson who Sang several Beautiful and appropriate sacred selections. Mrs. Andrews who has made an a extensive research into the dolls of 1 Many lands gave a Mast fascinating talk. Illustrating her talk with a doll from each land of which she i spoke mrs. Andrews related a legend custom of dress or idiosyncrasy i of each country. Members were taken Back to the time of the first american Indian then through the colonial period of american history Nad up to the lat Ter part of the 19th Century i mrs. Andrews next spoke of the dolls of Mexico. Guatemala and then went up to Alaska particularly interesting was the Eskimo doll dressed in native garb that was carved from solid Walrus Ivory. A trip to the hawaiian islands Japan and China concluded the program highlight of the afternoon. District of the methodist woman Sheme missionary society on wednesday. Officers were installed during the meeting following the covered dish luncheon. Town talk or. And mrs b r. Charles 46 i Bonita Street returned this week i from a month trip in the North which took them to san Mateo san j Francisco and Alameda it it it mrs. Edith Gruben. Mrs. Laura i Walters mrs. Rodgers. Miss elea a Nora Ott and mrs. Stella Van Horn i motored to Torrance yesterday to j attend the District meeting of the i i Royal neighbors of America. In j i Teresing sessions were held in the afternoon with a Turkey dinner being served to 350 guests in the evening. It it it or. And mrs. C. E. Hamilton were motor hosts to or. And mrs. R. Sci Swartzkopf and mrs. Virginia 1 Diggins recently when the group i attended the theatre in Beverly i Hills. It it it i mrs. C. E. Hoover 418 Fairview is entertaining guests this week. The j group motored to the Huntington i Library yesterday afternoon. Or it it or. And mrs. C. I. Lindsay and i or. And mrs. Studebaker and daughter Dianne Are now living at 321 Genoa Street. Circumstance two wore twin shoes of circumstance and travelled on one Road but though one came with empty hands one stooped to Bear her Load. One gathered sprays of Golden Sun to pour upon a Cloud one stooped at frequent intervals to sigh and stitch her shroud. A by Jennie Klawan. Reprinted from wings .xuf11 us Allene love 1 Are Mol ? Corliss. Synopsis Alec Graham 36, is a successful playwright and Gina Warren at 31 has matched his Success in her own Field portrait painting. Ten years ago they had been in love but the demands of their careers had been such that finally they had drifted away from the idea of marriage and into an almost casual Friendship. Dining with Barry Bedard Art critic and old Friend Gina confesses her regret that she and Alec have allowed ambition to become More important than love. Believing that Alec shares her feeling she promises Barry to try to renew the former Romance. But that same evening Gina a Young Cousin Caroline Hoyt arrives to stay with Gina. She wants to study dramatics. Alec interested in spite of himself by Caroline s personality and Talent undertakes to help her. He places her with a dramatic coach Rose Martell and takes her to see All the important plays. Alec does not realize he is in love with Caroline. Then Gina gets an out of town assignment to do a portrait. Alec sees her off. Noticing How tired and thin she has grown he tells her she must soon take a Long vacation in Bermuda or perhaps in the South of France. He remembers As the train pulls out How Many times they two had planned to take just such a Holiday together. He thought now if he suggested it Gina would have laughed and said a a done to be an idiot. We were finished with that part of our lives years later that night Alec kisses Caroline and realizes he loves her. She however is not sure of her feelings for him never having thought of him in that Way. Returning to his hotel Alec finds a Cable from his Nephew Tommy Gale a Young mining Engineer. Tommy is coming to new York after spending three years in South America. Alec has been like a father to him. Chapter i because gins was still in Pittsburgh Alee went alone to meet Tommy a boat. In that moment before he was wringing his hand fiercely Tommy had time to think a my god Hon in be missed him without quite realizing it. Three years a. Ifs been much too three years and he was Twenty four instead of Twenty one and too old to Wear his heart on his sleeve hut he knew and Alec knew that he was profoundly stirred at this reunion. Because for some time now Alec Graham had been the most important person in his life. He remembered his father Only vaguely. His Mother had always been a pleasant but entirely ineffectual sort of person and since her second marriage she had come to mean even Wesalo him. Therefore it was to Alee that he had turned for love and Protection and understanding All through those Early Little boy years end it was to Alee that be still turned now that he was completely adult As being the one person in the world on whom he could really count above and beyond All others. Quot Alec you Rascal Quot he said in a voice that was not quiet steady. But three years in a Copper mine in South America had not made his Quick Grin any less spontaneous and engaging. A but where is Gina Quot f Gina Alec said was in Pittsburgh. A but Shell be Home next a a i it was not until they were through customs and on their Way to his apartment hotel that he spoke of Caroline. Then he mentioned her casually enough. He said a by the Way Gina has a Young Cousin staying with her this Winter. She a studying for the stage and she a got a lot on the Ball. I asked her to have Tea with us this afternoon but she a going to a cocktail party at Myra Blakely a with Barry Bedard. If you like we can crash the Tommy said a sure Why not Quot not wanting to go to this Dull party at this woman a apartment not even caring very much about meeting this Caroline Hoyt who Alec said had something on the Ball As an actress and so could mean As far As he could see less than nothing in his Young life. Wanting merely to please Alec. To go where he wanted to go do whatever he wanted to do last three years in South America working at an engineering Job which he liked enormously. There had been his decision six weeks ago not to renew his contract although it might mean having to take his chances on getting anything As Good at the end of his Holiday and More recently but no less importantly the exhilarating experience of being Back in new York with Alec again. For Caroline there had been that pleasant uneventful childhood in Portland Maine those two years at Bennington these last crowded exhausting weeks in new York. There had been Gina a Friendship and Rose Martelle merciless drilling. There had been most exciting of All perhaps Alec a interest in her first As legion auxiliary holds varied meeting mrs. Dorothy Carver presided at the meeting of the legion auxiliary of tin Glenn Dyer Post no. 247 when members gathered last evening at 8 of clock at the clubhouse on North first Avenue. The highlight of the evening was the initiation ceremonies for the two new members mrs. Lucille Tippett and mrs. Genevra Utley. During the evening a number of guests As Well a.-, members who had not been present for a time were introduced. Reports were Given by the Section chairmen and included mrs. Mary Cline membership who reported that the local unit has ninety three members with eighty three being the quota. Mrs. Cline also reported that in the local 18th District there Are 1370 members whereas the quota is 1286. Mrs. Wallie Kerr Hospital chairman. Reported on the activities of her Section. It was announced that the past presidents Parley luncheon would be held on May la having the sex service women As guests. Mrs. Helen Scofield reported on the poppy posters and americanization essays which were climaxed by a school Assembly. Child welfare mrs. Jane Adcock child welfare chairman spoke to the members on the vital issues that Are confronting child welfare today. As thus is child welfare month the women were reminded that it is through organization that pensions will be obtained for orphans and widows. Mrs. Adcock invited All auxiliary members to attend the meeting of the coordinating Council which will be held on monday afternoon april 18. In the afternoon. Mrs. Tice District child welfare chairman will be the principal speaker. It was decided to hold a food Sale on saturday april 23. With markets to be announced within the next few Days. At the conclusion of the program mrs. Jane Adcock assisted by mesdames Helen Best. Anna Hoep Pel Ellen Nelsen Ellen Norris and Helen Trimble served Dainty refreshments with the tables being entered with Sweet peas. The next meeting of the Auxilia Ary will be in the form of a twelve year old party with members dressing appropriate to that age in helping to celebrate the anniversary of the founding of the auxiliary. Randolph hosts at dinner party or and mrs. Carl l. Randolph 1538 Naomi Avenue entertained last evening at a beautifully appointed dinner party honouring of Tor and mrs Hanford n. Ixia Wood jr., and i their children Hanford Iii. Wil Ham and Isabelle who Are leaving on sunday evening for a two years stay in the philippine islands. Tile dinner table was Dainty with i Spring Bowers with a yellow Motif i predominating. The evening was i spent in a social Way. Other guests present were miss j Isabelle Lockwood of Pasadena Sis i Ter of major Lockwood and Lowell and Russell Randolph sons of or. And mrs. Randolph. Major Lockwood had been stationed in the officers Reserve in Indiana for two years before departing by boat from new York with his family. I club members plan to attend convention of interest to All club members is the forthcoming District Federated clubs convention to be held in Pasadena at the civic auditorium on april 20. 21 and 22. Because of its nearness to Arcadia All members Are urged to attend at i least one of the sessions. Anyone wishing transportation May Call mrs. C. C. Hoffman at 468 or mrs. A. D. Boller at 518 and make Nec Essray arrangements. Entries in the name the fun zone contest of the 1939 Golden Gate International exposition i reached a total of 454,477�?which gives the judges plenty to keep them Busy. Coleman s variety opposite City Hall Ila Jean Johnson celebrates birthday Ila Jean Johnson of 130 Laporte Street celebrated her ninth birthday yesterday at the Home of her aunt mrs. Ray l. Wilson 113 Diamond Street. The afternoon was spent in playing various games with the highlight being the exciting easter egg Hunt. At 3 o clock the Little guests gathered around the birthday table which was decorated with easter favors and Spring Flowers. Those enjoying the birthday cake and de Licious refreshments were Doyle Johnson Betty Lou Robey Joan Gillette Patty Sockman Arena Ross Luba Denburg Marjorie. Dorothy and Gladys Rindels of Al Monte Landon and Jene Morris of Alhambra Tuyla Christiansen of Pasadena and the honoree Ila Jean Johnson. We have moved into our new and enlarged offices at 22 e. Huntington or. A cordial invitation is extended to our clients friends and those interested in Arcadia real estate to visit us. Wendell realty co. She Wasny to pretty Tommy thought but perhaps she was Beautiful a a a he was t quite sure yet. On this first Day of their being together again. So they met these two who were to love each other with such a fierce Young intensity Over such a Long number of years at a cocktail party in a Park Avenue apartment to which neither of them had Ever gone before or were Ever to go to again. At first they merely smiled at each other and made the usual polite gestures. But someone called Alec away and suddenly they were alone together in a crowd of people who meant Little or nothing to either of them. They had come a Long Way to meet like this. For Tommy there had been Kobe Japan and All those years at expensive preparatory schools and Camps to which Alec making Money with those first Broadway successes had sent him. Later there had been four years at a famous University vacations spent with Alec abroad and in the North Woods. There had been girls he had loved briefly and forgotten and girls he had loved for a slightly longer period but remembered now Only vaguely. There had been these an actress and More recently As a person. This Long Way then they had come to meet this afternoon in a crowded Brilliant room which belonged to a woman neither of them knew or would aver know. And now Alec had gone and in this first moment of being left alone together although they did no to know it at the time for each of them life began in Earnest. At first they said the conventional things. Quot in be heard so Mueh about you from Gina and from Alec of course. He a so Happy to have you and Caroline saw that Tommy gales hair was a Darker Brown close to his ears where it Wasny to sunburned and that his eyes were incredibly Blue. A you too. He began telling me about you before we were through her Mouth was wide and Scarlet and thin lipped. She Wasny to pretty but he thought perhaps she was Beautiful. He Wasny to quite sure yet. To be continued copyright. Ill by Kim Ishum sy�4m�l, is Turner amp Stevens co. A funeral directors for Over 40 years carrying on the traditions of neighbourliness Chapel air conditioned a pure filtered air Marengo at Holly Pasadena Terrace 4156 Blanchard 71828 in it he communities Turner amp Stevens East Pasadena mortuary cd w. Powell resident Maneger Turner Stevens amp Berry South Turner Stevens 5t Turner Alhambra easter lillies azaleas and other Blooming plants Loi easter gifts. Arcadia Nursery 401 s. Santa Anita free delivery pm. 2411 w typewriters adding machines Cash registers duplicating machines sold a rented repaired Large Stock to choose from filing cabinets and supplies for your office Alhambra typewriter shop phone Atlanto 2-4831 19 South Garfield Avenue Alhambra Calls r when you think of hardware think of Bai Dwin afm i Hardway
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