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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - August 12, 1937, Arcadia, California Thursday August 12, 1937arcadia daily Tribune Page to society and clubs. Phon items to Arcadia 2131 Wendell Stewart returns fro m Sierra tour Wendell Stewart of Alin Street. Has just return d from a Mountain Eming trip with Tiv California Sierra club one Hundred ten members spent ii month hiking and camping in Glacier Park Montana Waterton Lake Park Alberta Bani and Lake Louise Yelm Park in Al Berta and Glacier Park in British Columbia. A Cook and horse pack train with flickers accompanied Hie group and wild and unexplored canyons and mountains were visited four Mem Bers succeed d in climbing Kinnerly Peak in Glacier Park the first ascent of this rugged Peak by any mountaineers. Geologists botanist and naturalists in the group gave programs around the nightly ramp fires and frequent talk by rangers made the trip instructive. The Harvard University mountaineering party joined the Sierra clubs in the Selkirk Range for some Peak climbing made difficult by fresh Snow sex ten Ive glaciers and ice Fields and much rain. Tin noted climber and writer for Quot West ways Quot Magazine Norman Clyde was a member of the expedition. Or. Stewart secured Many Fine fossils and Mineral specimens for his extensive collection and will exhibit them at the september 13 meeting of the mineralogical society of Southern California at the Pasadena Public Library lecture room. School superintendent vacationing or. And mrs. E. E. Westerhouse Are spending a part of the summer vacation period on a tour to Kansas. The arcadians planned to spend a month in the Middle West. Sorority meets in Benefit party South Pasadena i next week at Byrne Home members of Theta Phi sorority a i bled wednesday evening at the Home of miss Marie Overton in auth Pasadena for their regular meeting with muss Barbara Hodgkins presiding plans were discussed for a joint meeting with Theta Phi chapters of Inglewood and Redondo i it take place thursday August if it it Inglewood. A group of members signified their intention to be present at a monthly inter sorority Council meeting to by held thursday evening at Royal Palm hotel in los Angeles. The next meeting of the group v ill be a swimming party at Santa Margarita Rand to on August 25. A serial time followed tile business session and that evening closed with the it ring of refreshments to the following misses Dorothy Ebert a Rah Hyatt Catherine Miller Mary Stoker Barbara Hodgkins Joan Heimack Thorn inure Mun Jessie Hogan Ester Woodward Dorothy Mitchell Grace Ward or Charlotte Grey mrs. Margaret Dob bins mrs. Judy Ary and the hos lumber company head on vacation Al Muller owner manager of the ban Gabriel Valley lumber company of this City is enjoying a two months vacation. W. Ii. Marmion of Temple City is in charge during Muller a absence. Goodwins leave for Colorado or. And mrs. Louis e Goodwin their two children and mrs Goodwin a father of 34 Las Flores Avenue left this morning for Colorado. The arcadians Are making the trip by Auto and plan to be gone to it weeks. Mrs. A l. Byrne oui of Arcadia s most charming hostesses has Gra i Nisly offered tile use of her Lovely heme at Ian South Santa Anita Avenue for the second in a series of summer benefits for the Arcadia woman a club. 10. E. S. Chapter birthday i slated the Arcadia chapter of Eastern Star will celebrate its eleventh birthday next thursday evening August 19th with a dinner at 6 30, j it the Sierra Madre masonic tem a pie. Reservations Are fifty cents per i Date and May be made wit i mrs. I Mary Wheeler chairman of the affair. Whose Telephone number is 449, i or with mrs. May Glover at 368 a regular chapter meeting with i mrs Glady s min i Ett and Chester it. I Endicott presiding will commence at 8 o clock Home radio service i mrs a. It. Chambers and mrs. A Gcorge Needham Are hostesses for the affair to be Given thursday of a tinman August. 19th. A delicious luncheon will be served at 12 30 and i the afternoon will be spent playing cards. Both contract and auction sludge will by played with prize. J for each. With so Many improvements and with such a Banner year scheduled i for the of woman a club proceeds from these summer parties will be put to Good use. Forty six attended the first affair Given on july 22, and it is hoped that next weeks party will attract even More. The Public is invited. I mrs. Needham will take reservation by Telephone her number is j 650. 1 Estrellita club has meeting mrs. Ethel Rishworth entertained members of the Estrellita club at her Home on St. Joseph Street wednesday afternoon. A tasty luncheon i was served at. 12 30 to the following 1 me Dames May Glover Dee Allen Katherine Bottema Bertha Thompson Florence Endie to Lillian Ward Bessie Sanborn Edna Anderson a a o Miller Edith Grubin Florenee Shearer of Al Monte Nell Schrader Gladys Murfett Loverna Clark and Julia Brisbane the hostess Mother i from los Angeles. I. The latter four substituted for 1 mrs. Jessie Leonard mrs. Ella eve i ans mrs Catherine sweeten and i mrs. Lucille Linden. Prizes at Bridge were awarded to mrs. Nell Schrader for High score and mrs. Bertha Thompson second. Auto radio service phone 2298 reasonable rates Static failure to heat up properly and fading Arr some of the signs of a faulty set. Most repairs Ean be made in just a few minutes. Ami the Cost is Small enjoy perfect radio reception. M c radio store 18 no. First Avenue Arcadia a types of Beauty work Florence Beauty parlor make appointments for Quality Workman nip 664 w. Duarte Road phone 526 too Many fatalities there were Over nine thousand More automobile fatalities in 1936 than in 1935. What about 1937? see Dysart today Dysart garage 1321 South Baldwin Avenue Vivian Van Hellen Given party miss Vivian Van Hellen daughter of or. And mrs. Chester ii Van Hellen of Monrovia and Bride elect of Thatcher. Jordan was honoured recently at a going away party and Shower Given by mrs. Vernon Yost in Monrovia. After her marriage to or Jordan at the methodist Church on september la the Bride to be will return with him to Chicago where he is studying for the ministry at the University of Chicago. I s Van Hellen was for several months organist at the Arcadia Community Church where her lather is choir director. Decorations were in the travel Motif suitcase tallies and miniature automobiles boing used at the tables. I Shower gifts were presented to the honoree in a suitcase. Cards were the diversion of the evening. There were seventeen present. I eave wednesday for was Lorn Seaboard Don bean and Walter Worten Slyke the latter a brother of Paul Wortendyke of this City left wednesday on a motor trip to Connecticut. They plan to Stop Over in Detroit. And will visit in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. At Boston they will be joined by or. Wortendyke a grandmother who will return with them to Arcadia. Attend third program audition 1 mrs. A r. Chambers and mrs. Of Roy Anderson members of the program committee of the Arcadia woman a club and mrs. Charles w. Stewart president attended the third program audition held wednesday at c. F. W. C. Headquarters in los Angeles. Fire truck Chassis scheduled for Oakdale trek the Chassis of the fire truck which eventually will be located in the fire station to be constructed on s. Baldwin Avenue arrived at the Wheeler Street station yesterday and within the next few Days will be taken North to Oakdale. At the Van Pelt Plant in Oakdale it was announced by chief John s. Eshelman the 500-gallon pumper will be installed before the truck is returned for the placing of the body details. Every Way with a Chevrolet i e on first Cost Chevrolet motor division general motors sales corporation Detroit Michigan general motors instalment Plon a monthly payments to suit your Purta. E on Gas and Oil Ron economical. And enjoy better motoring too in this smarter More modern More comfortable car rpt Etliong Cochlea sol Mcdonald amp of Boyle snapshot Cuil it s Imp to you the daily Tribune a business and professional directory i. N. Kendall m. D. Surgery gynaecology obstetrics office hours to to 12�?2 to 5 evenings 7-8, except wednesday phone 2141 Ici n. First ave. Loan notary in Aram Dee m. Payne real estate 56 e. Huntington Arcadia phone Arcadia 2294 m c radio store phone 2298 we repair All makes of sets 18 North first Avenue Arcadia Ethel c. Guinther chiropractor too n. First ask. Pm. Zais next door to Post office Arcadia disposal co. 56 e. Huntington or. Phone 2294 collections mondays and thursdays 50c a month Carl f. Bass optometrist phone 585 hours 9 to 5 examination by appointment 50vt e. Huntington Arcadia its the Man behind the camera that counts. This picture for example was snapped with an inexpensive and simply operated camera. Its a Joy to own a Fine precision camera with a fast ions and shutter. No one will deny that. Such cameras Are versatile and open the Way for picture taking under Many conditions. Extremely fast action holds no terror for them. They laugh at poor Light. If you want to specialize on Speed photography or indoor shots without special illumination or shoot under Adverse conditions in general a precision built Ultra fast Lens camera is Tho thing to own. If however you want a camera to snap pictures under Ordinary conditions a simple inexpensive one will serve admirably afford a lot of pleasure and As far As recording Tho subject is concerned will make average snapshots just As Well As the More elaborate Type. Remember i am referring to snap shooting under Ordinary conditions. Artistic composition shooting to capture fascinating and artistic shadows a which always add so much to a picture interest Appeal and lighting Are strictly up to you. There Isnit a camera made at any Price that can Tell you How when or where to make a picture of rare Quality and Appeal but experience will teach much. The fact that an unusual interest compelling snapshot was taken with a Quot Tricky camera does not signify that the same picture could not have been snapped equally As Well with a simple Camara by the same person. If a certain picture to be taken should he snapped at. with a shutter Speed of 1/25 of a second it might take an expert to determine which of two prints of this subject was taken with a beginners Type of camera and which with one of the Type used by the experts. So much depends on the person behind the camera. If you will make a study of pictures appearing in magazines newspapers and pictorial books you will learn much about the fundamentals of Good picture making. You will find pictures of gardens buildings Homes people animals and pets close ups and in fact just about every Type of picture you will Ever want to make. Study these pictures and note carefully the different angles from which some of them Are taken. Study the lighting the shadows and the very natural appearance of people Iii Many of the pictures. You will soon develop an Quot Eye for pictures and when you do you will find that even your inexpensive camera will produce the kind of pictures you thought were possible Only with an expensive instrument. So you see much depends on the Man or woman behind the camera. John Van Guilder or. T. H Smith dentist hours 9 to 6 a phone 2630 evenings by appointment 671 w. Duarte re. A read la Tribune Job printing a specially John f. Houlihan draperies a venetian blinds upholstering 124 e. Huntington drive phone 517 or 798 it if fire 299f Plum a re 3491 or. Bruce f. Sims physician surgeon Osteopath evening 7 u 9 Mon Tri off re Hon i be. 7 or a Ife old 10-12�?1-4 a re my in George h. Stevens watchmaker watches clocks and diamonds watch clock and jewelry repairing 678 w. Duarte Arcadia hours 9 to 5 phone 483 evenings by appointment or. E. W. Ballinger dentist Laflamme Arcade bldg. 38 e. Huntington Arcadia jacks a Csc fit feet 502 s. Myrtle ave. For shoes styler1 Monrovia Calif. Graduate Ortho Peist a x Ray shoe fitting we can order any make of shoe to fit your foot eckers of Arcadia b 1-2-3 Sale Friday and saturday August 13 and 14_ Wash clearance Light summer frocks #1 49 voile eyelets Batiste regularly $1.95 and $2.9-f plenty of Large sizes a Jim Rayons $049 for Semi dress in occasions sizes to 46 62 Wash silk crepe and afternoon frocks $349 to a wings truth silk suits j / entire Stock of formals /2 Price cleaning and alterations at Cash and carry prices g. W. Strauser 148 e. Huntington or. Phone 622 prompt and economical financing on Hottie Loans greater Arcadia building loan association 118 East Huntington Telephone men and ladies tailor ions at Ca i. Ii until signal a cleaners pm. 2262 Low Cash and carry prices a Quality work tailoring a alterations a repairs a relining prompt courteous delivery service 16 n. First Arcadia Gibbs radio service a a a sales amp service a to years experience 379 West Norman Arcadia phone Arcadia 605 refrigeration service smallest repairs to Complete reconditioning Call Arcadia 2579 a. M. Ellsworth la Motte a cleaners phone 2406 dependable service a Quality work work called for and delivered. 227 North first ave., Arcadia Arcadia Texaco station Sto Quot or Jack Baldwin prop. Phone 2444 let us explain mar far lubrication to you s. V. Schermerhorn Agency general insurance a real estate a notary 146 East Huntington or. Phone m a when you think of hardware 1 of. Baidwin Wende hardware l.1210 Baldwin ave phone 322 209 e. Foothill established 1d?4 Monrovia Calif. Call your Bluc Seal laundry j 2%c per piece 40 pieces for $1.00 Blue Seal rough dry service Flat work ironed wearing apparel ready for Home ironing Monrovia 87 a phones a Arcadia 494 Monrovia laundry ii it. Or a it your Tuu Sinh c it it Sheehan furniture amp Mer. Co. Two stores of Keefe amp Merritt gaffers amp Sattler Tappan Gas ranges electro Lux refrigerators r. C. A. Radios Pittsburgh paints Simmons Beds and Springs window shades rugs a broadloom carpet venetian blinds Wall paper linoleum awnings phones. 135 e. Huntington drive 2558 or 619 1220 s. Baldwin visit a a Miller for the. Best lunch in Arcadia Beer amp wine hamburgers 10c mikes cafe 223 n. First Avenue Arcadia read the want ads in the news

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