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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - April 24, 1947, Arcadia, California Colon Jai fun i Tuke it a a of its Tyl in amp and a upholstering 221 say Mvi to air Monrovia prom Mon. 30. Thursday. Apr. 24, 1947 social Halides Arcadia Tribune amp news j Cha i lengers will give musical Tea sunday Beautiful pre nuptial Shower in Altadena honors Barbara Balling Gladys Murfett honoured for loyalty by Arcadia Bethel Job s daughters Queen Barbara Bree presided last saturday morning at annual official visit of Deputy grand guardian mrs. Gladys o Arcadia Bethel 121 of Job s daughters. Initiation was held new members Beverly Mae truant and Kathlyn Perrine. Each in s Situ Howe a. Or honoured to mrs. Olwen Wall and mrs Abc nests were also exist and introduced Marie Butler of Bethel mrs. Louis Alhambra mrs Mary Monrovia. Associate i Aret were or. Gray of Mont i Virgil Clark of Bethel Queens presented were coven Coe Phyllis Wilkerson is Vona Jean Rishworth mar Mersch Betty Jean Murfett. Irene Clark Bethel 34 of los its Jane Schlagel of Alham and Betty Blakslee. Senior a ass from Monrovia. The in Matron and Patron of the a Eastern Star. Mrs. Mar Hughes and or. Elmer Vick Abo introduced. Violin Solo marshal Julia Wall played a special violin Solo in Honor of mrs Murfett. She chooses As her selection. Dance Gypsy play Gypsy. She was accompanied by Betty Kenner at the piano. Mrs. Murfett was presented with a gift of Money from the Bethel to buy a gift of her choosing in remembrance of the Day. Queh Barbara announced the coming Spring dance May 3. All the members were asked to get their Quot dates Quot Early and be sure and come this is an informal dance so lots of fun is expected. As a reminder to the hobbies it is less than a month to election line and new officers. There Are 21 appointive and assistant offices to be filled. Marietta Mersch a engagement was announced by the Queen. All Barbara Bree Spencer. Individually designed supports give ultimate to figure Beauty and promote better health. Doctors prescriptions carefully filled mrs. Lorene Mcateer 128 so. Encinitas Quot the place to go Quot Oak Park gardens Nursery and landscaping m o n r o v i a 823 West Huntington phone Mon. 16212 i the members wish her every happiness. Luncheon upon dosing every one was in v it e Al to the banquet room for luncheon where honors tor the Beautiful decorations went to Charlene Nugent and her committee Marian Hawkins and Mary Ellen Caufield and Marjorie Nesbitt and her luncheon committee. Beautiful i bouquets of Spring Flowers were placed on All the tables. The Quot delicious luncheon was prepared by Ethel Wall chairman assisted by mrs. Ann Penner. Mrs. Harold Haw Kins and mrs. Helen Kirchner. The luncheon was enjoyed by 75 guests and members. As a highlight of the luncheon mrs. Murfett was presented with a handkerchief Shower by the girls to show their appreciation for her steadfast and Loyal work for nine years. In 1938 her daughter. Mrs. Lorene Corbett became one of the first chartered members and later was honoured Queen in 1942. Mrs. Murfett served two years As guardian treasurer and two years As guardian of the Bethel. Since 1942 she has been Deputy grand guardian of District number seven this includes Monrovia As Well As Arcadia and for a few years it included Covina. Last november she was made grand senior custodian of the state at the grand Council convention held in Hollywood. Her daughter Betty Jean was Queen in 1946. For All these years of work and guidance the Bethel is indeed proud and grateful. The challengers of the Church of the Good Shepherd methodist will give a Tea and musical program sunday afternoon. April 27, at 4 o clock in the Chapel. The challengers sponsor the Church Fellowship which is held once a month to enable members to become acquainted. And they Are giving the Tea to raise funds to be contributed to the Church for a new building. The program will be a follows Bob Mason will sing Quot Duna a and Quot smiling through a Ivan r. Baker j at the Organ will play Quot Claire de and Quot intermezzo a Eugene i i prium will sing Quot if with All your j heart Quot and Quot Mali Lindy iou a Wil j lard Gambier at the piano a etude in d Gwen Young at the i piano a fantasia one in d minor. A she will also sing Shubert a Quot Sere Nado a Owen Young and Willard Gambier will play a piano duet i Quot prelude in c Sharp the Rev. Hildebrand will give a talk on the stained Glass windows in the Chapel. Ushers will be Arthur Petersen Bob Schoonover and Bob Volkman. Margaret Peebles Idalee Schoonover. Barbara Greiner and Muriel Herzog will serve. Our president Alfred Niehans will be master of ceremonies Gwen Young in charge of the program and Margaret Peebles in charge of refreshments. One of the season s most Beauty Cellaneous Shower Given april 15, Hon i aunt. Mrs John Shaw at Bier Home grandmother of miss Balling and m i co hostesses. The guest of Honor was guided to Ion cards tied to streamers reaching from the spout of a sprinkling can to her chair. White crepe paper covered the sprinkler which a Lilied with Pink Ivy and geraniums j and placed on one end of the Man Lei in the living room a Bride and Groom under an Arch decorated j with greenery on the other end completed the unusual and Beautiful bridal picture. The picturesque Hillside Home was decorated throughout with gorgeous roses from the Garden. A fitting conclusion to the evenings festivities was the opening of the Quot Gadget Box Quot that was presented to miss Balling by hot grandmother mrs. Stanley. The Box was a Large Carton wrap Neri with White paper and tied with Green ribbon and contained everything from a set of yellow glassware and Crystal to a Box of Kitchen gadgets. Among the 50 guests were mrs. E. E. Balling or. Mother of the Bride to be mrs. Walter e. Lewis Mother of the bridegroom elect his grandmother mrs. Flank Onstott from Santa Barbara and mrs. E. E. Balling or. Of los Angeles grandmother of miss Balling. Wilvan Conrad to marry Monrovia girl Lier Many Beautiful gifts by rhymes club House popular during harness meet g the current harness racing Asse id circuit meeting. Pen to the Public the spacious portable rooms deluxe dining n and Terrace tables are1 daily pied by smartly dressed men women from All Over the comically reservations for tables the duo House Terrace can be in by telephoning Hollywood the engagement of Wilvan r Conrad son of or. And mrs. William a. Conrad of 37 Bonita a Reet. And miss Ruthellen toll Daugh tar of or. And mrs. Alvin h. Talk of 232 Al Nido Monrovia was announced at a dinner party for relatives at the Tolle Home on easter eve. The parents of the Young people who Are now attending Citrus Junior College have been friends for 30 years or. Conrad graduated from Monrovia Arcadia Duarte High school in 1944, after which he served 20 months in the Navy As a aem3 c. Miss Tolle graduated from Citrus Union High school in 1946. A late summer wedding is attend spinsters Ballar or. And mrs. Peter St rub of aria were among the Gay merry makers at the spinsters Ball heir last saturday night in the Golf room of the Biltmore mrs. Strut wore a colourful Gypsy costume and or. Strub was a scientist in i tropical suit. Helmet and carrying a Butterfly net. Change of plans for Job s daughters due to a change of plans jobs daughters will not attend the Biltmore theatre saturday night but instead will see a radio broadcast in Hollywood which will be followed in a chinese dinner. All wishing to go Are asked to get in touch with the calling committee. Planned. A blended face powdery us can now enjoy a personally blended face in of Ukko the Correct Shade for your colouring. Blended right before your eyes by our Charles of the Ritz specialist. Made to order face powder Mcbratney s Monrovia rent your spare room Margaret Olds pupils give piano recital breakfast at Pike Home auxiliary plans hard time dance pupils of mrs. Margaret Olds presented the fourth recital of the season the afternoon of april 19, at her studio iou South Baldwin Avenue with parents and friends As guests. Beginning the program was Shirley Hargis who played a swaying Silver Birches Leslie a the Thompson Sharon Peterson Quot Faries Harp Thompson a shoe cake shuffle Leslie Betty Kohl Quot in a clock shop Quot Mccollin a Dublin town Thompson Patricia plan lot a two Finger Tommy Quot Green a fairyland music Quot Piaget a will of Wisp Wright Judy White Quot minuet in go Mozart a theme from Lieber Straume Liszt Thomp son Lewellyn Philpot Quot Aloha Oey. Hawaiian Folk song Quot puck Quot Thompson a country gardens Folk dance Albert Eaton Quot song of the i voyager Quot Paderewski a Little Green Feather Blanchard Donald Moore. A a Banjo picker Wright Quot Boogie Boogie bugler Quot Black Charles Lombard. Quot dance macabre Saint Saens Caryl Chrissman Quot butterflies. Thompson a pomp and pageantry Quot Cobb Lillian Budworth a lie Besfred Quot Kriesler. Quot pipers of Kil Kerry Bedell Mary Brown a theme from Romeo and Juliet Tschaikowsky a three Blind mice Quot Thompson Georgene Myers Quot elegy Quot Massenet Jean Hughes Quot to a wild Rose Quot Macdowell Quot theme from b Flat concerto Quot Tschaikowsky a pin wheels Chatta Jan Diehl Quot Narcissus Nevin Quot song of India Quot Rimsky Korsakov. All women of the Community Are invited to a May Day break last to bf1 held at the Home it mrs. Roy Pike 220 West Orange Grove on thursday May i from to . To noon by the woman a association of the Arcadia Community presbyterian Church. Reservations May be made with mrs. L. V. Bovey Atwater 7-4266. Of tickets obtained from mrs. Wayne Upson. 603 West Longden Avenue mrs. Lucille Linden 507 Naomi Avenue or various group leaders of the association. Tickets Are 60 cents. There will be traditional. May Day entertainment under the leadership of mrs. Louise Combs and a musical program in charge of mrs. Ruth Dorrance. Monrovia work clothes pay off in Day after Day performance pay Day overalls a husky tight weave Denim a perfect fit graduated patterns a bar tacked at Strain Points a Santa sized shrunk l food Sale sunday at Parish Hall the altar society of the holy Angels Church under the direction of the president mrs. E. E. Hanahan. Will give a food Sale in the Parish Hall before and after each mass on sunday april 27. The funds will be used for Kitchen equipment of the new school. Donations of food will be welcomed and May be brought to the Parish Hail before and after masses. Famous pay Days a the toughest overalls we know and the most comfortable sturdy As every with graduated patterns to give you All Over fit laundry proof buckles Union made. American legion auxiliary is planning a Quot hard time a dance for april 30. In the legion club House on North first Avenue. The dance will be proceeded by a Chicken dinner at 6 30 . All legionnaires and auxiliary members and their eligible Are invited. Reservations May be made with Lois Pardue. President. Nettie Farnsworth and Ruth Buzard. Read the Tribune want ads or. Haag to speak at fuchsia society the Public is invited to the regular monthly meeting of the Pasadena Branch of the Southern California fuchsia society to be held april 28, at 8 p. In. In the lecture Hall of the Pasadena Public Library. Or. Haag of the Sunset Nursery will show coloured slides of fuchsias and at the close of the meeting there will be a Plant auction. And by Maxine Balling Mission free. New Spring drapery materials. Brighten your Home with these b e a uti fun l flowered patterns a n i stripes. 2-piece Lawson living room suite custom made in our own shop $119.00 overed in flowered prints tummies begin to be a serious problem with Many women when they reach the age of about eight and begin to look into the Mirror sideways. A lot of healthy Little girls who Are pleasantly plump around the Equator will later develop Sylph like figures. Or Force their figures into elastic retaining Walls. In the meantime when they Are Little girls with big tummies they find the average fitted slips uncomfortable and for some reason a pc hubbies sizes in slips have been available in very few stores. Well the Balling baby shop has lots of Nice new Cotton slips in sizes 8 to to. Including Quot cubbies Quot Cut a Little straighter a Little bigger in the Middle. Price is $1.95. 2.77 matched shirt and pants sets a sturdier pocket seams a Sanford Zed shrunk a precision Cut pants a Cool porous Cotton p a n t a Blue twill Tan. Green and 2.6 to a shirts to match 2.6 to 3.29 pants Tan Brown and Green gabardine Blue 3.98 Vav Ork g i. O v e a leather Gauntlet Type. Full 2.19 Pointe Overall White is carpenters overalls White or Grey 3.98 carpenters work aprons 89c Blue Denim aprons 98c mechanics aprons 98c any men who May Quot Nave been Reading this far will please turn to the Lawn Mower ads. Go on. Beat it. Shoo the Balling baby shop is now pleased to announce the arrival of some Lovely Lac trimmed panties for girls wearing sizes 2 to to. They re $1.00. You men May come Back now for you May have a Little girl and Here a something very practical and cute which you might like to take Home As a Little Surprise. Blue Denim Slacks and bib shorts with red trim and big pockets. Practical thing about them is that they Wear like non and can Quot take it Quot when hard playing Little Tom boy girls give them the works. They come in sizes 3 to 14. Work souks. Rib top seamless 25c to 35c w Ork gloves 29c Broadcloth seersucker and flannel middy and coat style All sizes 3.98 to r k shoes sturdy leather double leather sole Black 6.90 work shirts. Sanford Zed chambray or Covert double sewn 1.35 amp 1.79 new peasant blouses came in too. They re White web very attractive coloured trim a drawstring at the neck sleeves they re $2.50. With and right now we be a Nice selection of fabrics that you can choose to contrast or harmonize. Here a a simple and economical Way to add color and harm to drab furniture. Another thing that l a been hard to get for a Long time is infants knit Kimonos. We just received some Beautiful ones. All White with Raglan sleeves Longs and shorties that open Clear Down. That a the Way it is at the Balling baby shop. Sony thing new and interesting coming in every Day. If you want to keep posted drop in whenever you r around this Way. We like to talk to people and show the new things even if you re Quot just looking you never experience any High pressure salesmanship the Balling baby shop is at 401u South Myrtle Avenue in Monrovia work shoes comfortable Munson last. Army Type riveted steel Shank Tan 7.50 work suits. Carefully Cut for action. Sanford Zed. Tan 5.89 White Zipper front 1.98 501 South Myrtle Monrovia we i de rss Caps. San t Ori Zed Denim or Covert 19c work bandanas 21c durable e us Laurize a Reg. U. A shrinks

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