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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - August 23, 1937, Arcadia, California Iday August 2 3, 19 37arcadia daily Tribune Pape three society and clubs. Phone itlm8 to Arcadia 131 Liv tse luncheon be Derby a Avern a a a a return gesture for Tho Many extended during Hor re mrs. Zella Beig Stram on urday entertain. I with la Nhoon d bold to at or Derby tavern. A covered with a a Centrepiece of asters and Rose bowl. Blue Nap Lilc Long Tab i use cloth hold Maryllis pastel Indus Fin a Blin the is at each place complot for picture. Invited guests wore mesdames a pan ii Tibig Doe Valentine Tittio Harris Agues Jos up of on Rio a Mabel Maclagan of san a to Ruth Harpole. Harriot Leitz Irtha Peterson. Ola Greer Albertson Alta Weber of Arcadia or a Tabor of san Bernardino Louis Weber and or. Mack egstrom a special irs. Peterson won first prize at it aet mrs. Greer second mrs entitle tile cutting prize and mrs Ibert on the galloping prize. To Pressie rites bite pair Helen Scott daughter of or. And mrs. Joseph Scott of Pasa Iha and j. Howard Zein Iann son i or. And mrs. Ohs Ziemann of wild Ros ave., Monrovia pledged their marriage vows at St. Andrews Cathedral in Pasadena saturday evening. Archbishop John j. Cant of Tel presided at the pontifical mass attended by mgr. John Mccarthy with Joseph Mcgucken archbishop Cantwell a Secretary a master of ceremonies. Rev. George Scott and Rev. Patrick Scott Brothers of the Bride and father Frank Giam Bastiani officiated. Itie Bride was attended by Hor sister mrs. Norwood Jaqua As Matron of Honor miss Catherine of Flynn As maid of Honor mrs Thomas Scully of Hollywood and mrs. Philip Haley of san Jose. Al Bert l. Campodonico attended the Groom As Best Man. Ushers were John Ely James p. Bradley and Joseph rank of los Angeles. Or. Ziemann is Dean of i Oyola University. Savings take advantage of these Low railway fares to los Angeles if you Are not already usin Pacific electric railway transportation service on your trips to los Angeles it will pay you to compare your present travel costs with the savings to be effected by the following red car fares and commutation rates Between Arcadia id los Angeles Perm of ticket Coit of ticket approx. Rat Poi rid Ink Way fare .35 .35 fare 60 .30 monthly pass 10.50 .20 ate Ekly pass 2 65 .2�?T 0-ride ticket 2.50 .25 10-ride ticket la 70 19�?Ta note monthly Pas ii based on is roundtrip. Rate less to user Mote weekly past la based on 6 roundtrip rate Leaa if wad More enjoy the beaches and save Money on your Beach Butl Ngi at these special daily x a Aston fares from los Angeles to Long Beach. East Iona Beach san Pedro Wilmington Redondo Beach Yemiola Beach Manhattan Beach i trip i children under 12 yrs. 30c to Vanica Playa Del Rey Santa Monica Ocean Park. Chil Iran under 12 yrs. 20c 35/ roundtrip i of roundtrip to Seal Beach Anaheim Landing. Children under 12 or. 30c f Soo Balboa Leach Newport a Huntington Beach Dren under 12 in. 60c f roundtrip returning within to Days from Date of. On Aal until december Slat arcadians wed at san Bernardino a iwo arcadians miss Ila Ander in and Taylor Tiegarden both of son a eighth Avenue were marked i recently Al the first Christian churl parsonage in san Bemar Lino by Rev a w Wright while is were miss Hanna Anderson of m Mravla the brides Amit and miss Amanda dines of los Angeles. % i Teegarden is an employee of the j w. Robinson company in los Angeles and his Bride has been a member of the staff at sportsman. Tavern for the past year. They Are making their Home at 1812 South eighth Avenue. Good time at joint picnic members of the . Post and auxiliary who failed to attend the picnic at Monrovia Mercea lion Pafk Friday evening missed a mod time according to the report made this morning. Everyone brought ii Basket supper and topped Iff Hie meal with a goodly portion of cold Watermelon. And there was plenty left. A social evening followed the supper. Those present were or. And mrs. William r. Stewart and on miss Elsie Brady mrs. Stewart s sister from Colorado mrs. Beattie Max Kocke Tom Poyner or. And mrs. Curtis and family or. And mrs. Walter Best and family or. And mrs. Harold Hensley Ralph Tebow or. Laughlin mrs. Harriet Boone mrs. Edna Anderson mrs. Stella Brookover and others. A a Jack Baldwin Given party on birthday j. C. Jack Baldwin popular proprietor of the Arcadia Texaco station at the Corner of Huntington drive and first Avenue was greatly surprised last thursday evening when he arrived Home and found his station employees and their wives and other friends assembled for a birthday dinner party arranged in his Honor by mrs. Baldwin All were seated at a Long table on the Lawn. Garden dahlias were teed for decoration. Invited were or. And mrs. Jack Price or. And mrs. Walter Dickinson or. Arf mrs. Ernest Logan or. And mrs. Carey w. Moore or. And mrs. Floyd dresses or. And mrs. Pat Springer of Kansas City Kansas and or. And mrs. Lloyd Garrison of los Angeles among other gifts the honoree received a watch Chain from the boys at tin station. Trek programmed for California residents Moe than too residents of various Southern California cities Are to depart from los Angeles october 16 on a de luxe tour to Mexico sponsored by the los angular breakfast club it was announced Here today by g. W. Weatherby District passenger agent for Southern California co. The Large party will travel by pedal Southern Pacific train it was stated going to Mexico City by Way of Nogales Ile Mosillo Mazatlan and Guadalajara. After More than a week of sightseeing from the capital City the return will be made by Way of Guanajuato Leon and Elpaso with arrival Home scheduled for november 2. A number of novel entertainment features in a style typical of the famed breakfast club Ard being arranged for the trip it was stated by the committee in charge. As the ize of the party is limited those desiring accommodations on the train should make Early reservations. Try Tribune want ads for Best results now open for business begonias ferns and a variety of potted plants now on Sale in la flamme Arcade bldg. Fox Begonia farm 2112 s. 6th ave. Arcadia Bride elect Given Surprise Shower on sunday honouring miss Jessie Stone whose wedding to Laurle a. Pierre will be in event of september 17, mrs. Or Vil Boudreau sister of the Groom to be entertained with a Surprise Shower at her Home on Chestnut Avenue in Long Beach sunday afternoon. There were sixteen present including the Bride to be and mrs Harry p. Pierce from this City and mrs. W. Gray and daughter Ruth of Denver. Mrs. Gray is or. Pierces aunt. After a social afternoon with hostess presented miss Stone with her gifts nearly All of them for her Kitchen in red and White. Delicious Buffet refreshments served at Tea time stressed yellow As the predominating color Matching a Lovely bouquet of yellow fillies on the table. Miss Stone is the daughter of the late or. And mrs Edward h. Stone and or. Pierce is the son of or and mrs. Harry p. Pierce of this City. The wedding will be solemnized at the Baptist Church in Compton with Rev. Jenkins officiating one Hundred invitations will be placed in the mail the latter part of the week. Shively a spend week end at big Bear or. And mrs. Austin Shively of this City enjoyed the week end As guests of or. mrs. Emmett Haines of Glendora at their big Bear Lake Cabin. College term opens today Moraga marking the beginning of its Diamond Jubilee As one of the Pioneer Catholic colleges in the West St. Mary a opens for the academic year monday. In a Paradox in Ages Between the College and its president brother Albert celebrated his 33th birthday Friday retaining his record As one of the youngest College executive in the nation. St. Mary a wa1 founded in san Francisco in 1863 and moved 26 years later to Oak land and then to the Moraga Valley in 1228. An estimated 10.000 alumni in the state and nation Are expected to return during the year for the anniversary Celebration of class reunions academies Public affairs As Emilies and historic programs. Sounding the keynote of tin Jubilee brother Albert said a if cur institutions of higher a earning be they in the class Ifica ten of the Small College or the Large University Are to continue to Servi the needs of our democracy the must worry Mere about a stand arc if modern physical equipment they must concentrate their resources on a sound moral and intellectual training which will Piaker for Genu iness in character and usefulness in Fife. A this must be their dominating a duration Al progressives name Haight tile progressive party that group made famous by former president Theodore Roosevelt and by senator Hiram Johnson of California threw \ Bombshell into the political plan if Many Gube National aspirants in he 1938 race when it recently announced the nomination of Raymod la. Haight As the party a Choice next year. Although Haight ran a poor third n the 1934 race political Dop Esters Tab him As a a unbeatable next year. His record As corporation commis Ioner during the reign of James role and later his prominence in form work in the Southern part of the state has gained the los Angeles attorney one of the largest political followings in the state. A scion of one of states oldest families Haight if elected will be he second member of his family to told the executive position. A former member of the family was one of californians earliest and most beloved governors. Although Haight is assured of running in the general election next Vear it is expected that he will seek further nomination on either major Carty ticket. Party leaders Are watching his movements very closely and As soon As Haig left easts his it with one party it will be the i signal for the opposition to Hunt an opponent who can draw enough political support to attempt to off it the tremendous Power of the i Haight group. Try Tribune want ads. They pay faces b lie mexican players arc in Active rehearsal of their new production a Mexico i Tierra Quot which is scheduled to follow the current comedy a a Marina at the Padua Hills theatre. This successful summer play with its Gay out of door after show entertainment or Quot Jamaica Quot closes its run at Tho end of August tile mexican players have been warmly complimented on their pleasing portrayal of Quot Marina a a play written especially for them by playwright Emily Wardman of san Marino. Their consciousness of Success coupled with noteworthy vacation character changes is reported to have Given a new Petite to the enthusiasm of group As they enter the last weeks of this plays run. Senor Salvador Maestro of Padua olestra recognized supreme is again pm the two the or Sanchez Inar ache As a guitarist leading his musicians in their fiesta gaiety which contributes greatly to the Success of Padua a dramas of old Mexico. Senorita Fernanda Contreras is appearing this week in the role of a Senora Luz Quot and is reported to interpret her character part in a charmingly convincing manner. Senorita Anita de la Rosa has been assigned to the role of a a Juana a the firm but Well meaning housekeeper in the Home of Senora Luz and is getting no end of thrills out of her Opportunity to lord it Over the other servants in the House. Senorita Elvira de la Torre cast Row As a daughter of Senora Luz brings to the stage a most engaging mile and a raucous Ness that is outstanding even in a group whose heritage is the Cour Liness of Spain. .v.v.v. A a today poultry prices furnished by los Angeles produce Exchange August 19, 1937 hens leghorn 2 % to 3 i lbs., 14c hens leghorn Over 314 lbs. And up to 4 lbs., 14c hens leghorn Over 4 lbs., 15c hens coloured 3vi to 4 lbs., 24c hens coloured Over 4 lbs., 24c broilers Over i and up to a lbs., 22c broilers Over iv6 and up to 2vi lbs., 24c Pryor leghorn Over 2% up to 3 lbs., 20c. Prayers coloured 2ta and up to 3v� lbs., 22c dryers coloured Over 3ti up to 4 lbs., 22c toasters so it Bone barred rocks Over 4 lbs., 25c coasters soft Bone other than by Rcd rocks Over 4 lbs., 25c Stags 15c old roosters 12c inklings 4 a lbs. And up 15c biddings under 4va lbs., Ile lid ducks lie a Eese 16c Young Tom turkeys 15 lbs. And up to 18 lbs., 16c Toung Tom turkeys Over 18 lbs19c Hon turkeys 9 lbs. And up 18c my Tom turkeys 16c fid Hen turkeys 16c quads under la lbs. Per doz., 24c quads la lbs. And up per doz., 26c Capone under 7 lbs., 24c Tapins. 7 lbs. And up 25c rabbits no. I White 15c Tabbits no. I mixed 13c rabbits no. I old 8c butter extras. 34 Etc prime firsts 33c standards 32vac undergrad 30r Large eggs handled clean extras 31c jammed Light dirty extras 29c handled clean standards 27c candles Light dirty standards 24c candles checks 24c medium eggs candles clean extras 27c candles Light dirty extras 26c candles clean standards 24c candles fight dirty standards 23c candles checks 20e Small eggs candles extras 19c candles Light dirty extras 17c Case count 24�?Ti-c theatre phone 2661 25c now playing Warner Baxter Wallace Beery slave ship second in series of articles on social diseases out today nations combined for Battle this is or second of a series of articles if sued by the California state department of Public health frankly discussing venereal diseases their prevalence in the state of California and methods of combating the evil. Flee literature concerning venereal diseases and sex Hygiene May be obtained by writing the Bureau of venereal diseases state department of Public health state building. San Francisco. More deadly in the Middle Ages than All the powerful weapons of War was the tiny spiral shaped Gram of syphilis. This germ called a Spiro Chete is too Small to be seen by the naked Eye without the Aid of powerful lenses. Yet it has lived and thrived for centuries outside the human body it i weak. It shrivel up and Dies quickly when exposed to fresh air Sunshine and drying but once lodged in the blood Stream it multiplies rapidly and becomes a powerful enemy to dislodge. Many persons have asked a when where and How did syphilis originate a if you know the exact answer to that you have better information than the greatest of medical historians. For they answer a we can say sex icily a thousands of years ago a greek a Hepherd named syphilis roamed the Aegean hillsides. In a famous poem named for him the disease is described to some extent. Ancient chinese writings mention symptoms and medicines which indicate that the infection or a similar one. Was known even before the great Wall was built. Archaeologists delving into the old inca ruins of Peru announce the finding of Bones which Bear unmistakable evidences of syphilitic destruction. Then again there Are statements that the crusaders returning from their Battles with the Saracens brought the disease bark to Europe. But the More commonly accepted Story is that Columbus sailors contracted the malady from american indians. After sailing Back to Europe they joined the armies of Charles Chi and fighting in Small marauding bands invaded Many different countries spreading infection As they went. Many years passed before medi Cal science Learned the real Causa of the disease and How to Cunt it in fact it is Only recently that the tiny Spiro Chete was definitely or overed and its habits Learned patient research by untiring demoted scientists lot since devised in lira to tests to learn whether or not a person is infected also the Medicine by which the disease May i be cured. The names of Schau Dinn. A Merman. Ehrlich and others of these researchers will go Down in history s pages As great benefactors of humanity Ehrlich it was who discover a a a a Salvarian Quot the Basic preparation i for curing syphilis. It was the rf�?T-1 suit of his 606th Experiment and promptly was Given the popular j name "606�?�. Wasserman was re j Pontilo for the famous blood test i which bears his name. Germany j France Japan the whole civilized it world indeed have contributed to j the tremendous Progress which has been made in fighting this worldwide health menace. Were it net for the diagnostic my treatment methods discovered or invented by science the work of hundreds of Dillies and thousands f physicians now treating and cur no to is of men women and Chil Iren in the United states would int he possible. Sufferers would still be using the salves and the herbs of medieval Days and the a Ogrea pox syphilis could not by conquered. Today however cure is available. Health leading enemy Quot a n be beaten when through Public education he is promptly recognized and promptly dealt with. Miss Gilbert leaves for vacation miss Adrianne Gilbert who has been Secretary in the office of tire Arcadia news during the summer months left saturday with her parents or. And mrs a. Gilbert of Sierra Madre for a two weeks sojourn aboard their Cabin Cruiser now anchored at Balboa. A cruise to Catalina has been planned. Miss Gilbert will enter her senior year at the local High school next month. I i u at your Nixt party serve Tierce a delightful Toras and a on Sale Ai your in Ari s i Ai Arket i i Iron Bre a ? so on alcoholic Dri Ink on Sale at your refreshment parlor have a Case on hand at All times Peerce beverage co. 11 s. Third ave. Arcadia Telephone 592 patronize those who help Arcadia Al Ray Beauty Salon in he Nav Arcade Tjing. Phone 2707 operated by a Connie Ltd a a Ray former owners of Monrovia Beauty College opening specials shampoo and Finger wave rinse and trim. Too Laird. Roux or eternal hair and re conditioners. $1.50 Scalp treatments Complete .75 facials .75< permanents steam of combo Inglette the sub Treasury building in new York a Ity where passports Are issued for foreign lands. Go a thousand Miles away from Bill i Home or right around the Corner. And you la see people enjoying Chester Fields. Chesterfield a refreshing mildness and Richer flavor and Aroma give you All the Good things of smoking a. A Chesterfield you passport to More smoking pleasure copyright 19. I i go err amp Myers tobacco co

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