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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - August 24, 1937, Arcadia, California Page f our Arcadia daily Tribune tuesday. August 24. 1937 the daily Tribune s business and professional directory Oil Industry celebrates an anniversary i. N. Kendall m. D. Surgery gynaecology obstetrics office hours to to 12 2 to 5 evenings 7-8, except wednesday phone 2141 101 n. First ave. tis notary insurance Dee m. Payne real estate 50 e. Huntington Arcadia phone Arcadia 2294 my radio store phone 2298 we repair All makes of sets 18 North first Avenue Arcadia Ethel c. Guinther chiropractor too n. First ave. Pm. 2813 next ii Ooi to Post office Arcadia disposal co. 58 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 501 e. Huntington Arcadia or. T. H Smith dentist hours 9 to 6 a phone 2630 evenings by appointment 671 in. Duarte re. Arcadia i Kiddish Job pal Nilli a specially John f. Houlihan draperies a venetian blinds upholstering 124 e. Hunting Fon drive phone 517 or 798 office 2891 Photic res. 2491 a l arcadians Gasmen defeat arcadians to enter playoff Nite Ball league standings second round Valley Nite Ball tourney opens i monday evening a a or. Bruce f. Sims physician surgeon Osteopath office hours 10-12. 2-5 evenings 7-9, Mon. Amp a Fri. No. 7 Arcade bldg. Arcadia 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. Bellinger dentist no. 7 Laflamme Arcade bldg. 38 e. Huntington Arcadia the worlds first Oil Well comes in with the first Gusher that dramatic moment in history is re enacted in this scene from the thrilling motion picture Quot High wide and the Derrick shown above is an exact replica of the original. Inset Irene Dunne and Randolph Scott the stars of the Paramount Saga of the discovery of Oil and the building of the first pipe line. By Lattimer Shaw Fairfield Beauty Salon a. 2801 221 n. First Fairfield sport shop 231 n. First ave. The Oil Industry the Industry that introduced the machine age and changed the course of civilization was born 78 years ago at a Small farm in Titusville a. It was August 29, 1859. Colonel e. To. Drake a Railroad conductor who held the title of Quot colonel Only by Courtesy stood gazing at the shaky Pyramid of timbers he had built on the Banks of Oil Creek who had cast his lot with the visionary Drake. Uncle Billy trembling with excitement grabbed Drake and led him to the Mouth of the pipe Shaft. The pump began working. Then. Liq Iii dark and thick gushed from the Earth. A there colonel a cried Uncle Billy Quot is your the True source of Petroleum had been found. A new epoch in history had begun. The fantastic Boom that followed jacks to we fit feet a Prog and w _ summer for shoes styles 502 s. Myrtle ave. Monrovia Calif. Graduate Ortho Peist a x Ray shoe fitting we can order any make of shoe to fit your foot prompt and economical financing on Home Loans greater Arcadia building loan association us East Huntington or. Telephone 46 the derisive hoots of his neighbors Goon led to a violent conflict beware ringing in his ears. J tween Oil drilling Farmers in West suddenly from the Shadow of this pm Pennsylvania and powerful primitive Derrick a bearded giant transportation interests seeking to burst Forth. He was Uncle Billy wrest control of the Industry from Smith Blacksmith and Well Dagger them. The Farmers fought Back. With their enemies battling them viciously at every turn they built the worlds first Oil pipeline to carry the Oil from the Rich Pennsylvania Fields across the mountains to tide water at Bayonne n. J. These pioneers were the founders of a fide water associated Oil company and their historic pipe line Laid in 1878 is still carrying the worlds costliest crude the crude that is used to make Verdol motor Oil and Lydol gasoline. The discovery of Oil at Titusville and the exciting struggle Over the building of the pipe line is depleted in dramatic fashion in Parkin ounts a new thrilling motion picture Quot High wide and handsome which scored a smashing hit As one of the most stirring screen plays in years on its recent opening at the Astor theatre new York. A written by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein ii and filmed with a cast of several thousand Quot High we Ide and handsome will be shown throughout the country in the next la months Randolph Scott playing opposite Lovely Irene Dunne is cast As a Pennsylvania Farmer experimenting with the first Oil Well which was reconstructed by Paramount in exact detail. Scott leads the Oil drilling Farmers in their Battle with the railroads a conflict packed with rousing action scenes High lighted by hand to hand pitched Battles Between hired ruffians and the tide water pipe line workers struggling to bring the worlds finest Oil to the refinery at the lowest Cost. Critics have been unanimous in Praise of the new picture soon to begin its tour around the world. Held scoreless for live innings that Pierce beverage company of Arcadia last night on the Ivy Avenue grounds bowed out of the picture in the second half race of the Monrovia Nite Ball league by i ing a 7-3 decision to the Southern counties Gas company. Carl . Swift Ball los or who pc forms on the slab for the Gasmen. Had the arcadians Well under control for five frames while i u team mates piled up a 7-0 margin in these innings. The arcadians rec red once in the sixth and twice in the closing round but could not overcome the Early Lead garnered by the winners. A five run spurt in the third cinched the contest for the a House gang. In this inning a Long Home run blow to left Field clouded out by Whitey Dyer with two men on the lanes featured the offensive tile Gasmen also added two More in the fifth Canto. Art Austin was on the Hill for the arcadians but was not As effective As he has been in other league games. The Triumph inspired the Gas company Clouter a place in the play off for second half honors. The other team in the playoff is expected to be the Monrovia merchants winners of the first half honors. The latter aggregation tomorrow night is scheduled to play the san Gabriel dam no. I cellar team of the Loop an outfit which w i 5 5 i 714 Hajj 6 i 857 Soo 471 Pierce beverage co of Movia merchants Southern counties Gas Junior c. Of c. 3 3 m amp o r it ver 4 Monrovia rotary blocks clothiers i 5 san Gabriel dam no. I to 6 last night s results 3 Lithe n c unties Gas c nip any 7 Pierce beverage company 3 j 4 429 5 167 Kun tonight a game blocks clothier.-, is Junior Cham a Oft a 11 tournament of two week duration in which 14 to to term from a., sections of the san guar Al Valley will take part will v t i underway on monday evening on tie Ivy Avenue grounds in Monrovia tin tournament is the any. Nual san Gabriel Valley softball journey sponsored by the Montolla in. Chamber of commerce1 / pairings for the first set of it will b1 announced later this week Ber of Chinnie swimming events listed for Balboa Bay juniors losers in exhibition Ball contest new pout Balboa Nineteen swimming events l or diving con tests two kayak races and a swim around Balboa Island Are features f the Junior aquatic meet to be held starting at noon saturday next August 28th, on North Channel Island. Officials of the Balboa Island improvement association will cooperate with Ruby a Tine workers in handling the affair. Trophic will be provided by the Newport Harbor chamber of Commerce. Ii t of eleven innings for the Pacific Clay products nine undefeated in los Angeles league Pluy to take i he measure of the Monrovia Junior chamber of Commerce lust night on the Santa Anilu school grounds in Temple City in an exhibition contest. I lie score was 11-10, tilt los Angeles aggregation overcoming a i Iglus run dad amassed by the juniors in the first three innings. George Crozier seconds t r i n g Junior chucker was on the firing line for the m mro Viu Nite Ball league club. Has forfeited the majority of its games for failing to get enough men on the grounds Tiv Tribune want ads for Best results starts to be seeded up in harness races mat Winner men and ladies tailor cleaning and alterations at Cash and carry prices g. W. Strauser 148 e. Huntington or. Phone 622 Gibbs radio service sales amp service a to years experience 379 West Norman Arcadia phone Arcadia 605 la Mottes cleaners phone 2406 dependable service a Quality work work called for and delivered. 227 North first ave., Arcadia Arcadia Texaco station 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 54 when you think of hardware Quot think of Baidwin Aveni hardware i2io Baldwin ave phone 322 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 window shades venetian blinds linoleum Simmons Beds and Springs rugs a broadloom carpet Wall paper awnings phones. 2558 or 619 135 a a Huntington drive 1220 s. Baldwin a Pomona. Here is Good news for the race fans at los Angeles county fair in Pomona sept. 17 to oct. 3. Starting in the harness race eve nits is to be very materially Speed red up. This will be accomplished by the erection of six More paddock tails. The addition of the six will Ive a total of 18 and this number vill be sufficient to accommodate he harness horses entered in one race or heat. As the paddock tails Are in close proximity to the Lack there there will be no delay n getting the horses out. Heretofore the horses have been brought from the stable directly to the race track to enter the race. Some of the stables Are a consider Ible distance from the track. Invariably one or More of the in rans is slow in reaching the staling Point and thus the whole race is delayed. Under the new arrangement All harness horses in ered in the race will have to be in he paddock stalls Well in Advance of the Start. Since the beginning of the month More than 50 horses stationed at the fair grounds for training have been sent to the different. Quite a number went to Del mar for the san Diego fair meet. The remainder were sent to participate in the j meets at the san Joaquin county j fair in Stockton and the state fair j in Sacramento. Again this year the los Angeles county fair event will see the finals in Many a spirited contest original i ing in the previous meets Over the Western circuit during the summer and fall for it is Here that the final program takes place. One horse i May Nave won and lost Over an a other during the previous months j until the score is about a tie. Here i the final Battle is staged this is a j cording to racing Secretary Frank Lieginger the secret of Many of the j exceptional duels staged on the to j Moira track. International soloists to play sunday us Jmes ass Nick Lutze who divides his time Between wrecking to ves on the wrestling mat and saving lives off the Venice Sands who last night was the Winner of the main event at the Pasadena Arena defeating us Sonnenberg. Lutze is Winner in Pasadena main event bout free free to acquaint our friends in Arcadia with the Quality of our dry cleaning and laundry service we Are offering one Blanket finished free with each $1 order. All work insured. We operate our own cleaning Plant and laundry we feature the following Quality service a dry cleaning laundry alterations repairs. Relining prompt delivery service also Low Cash and carry prices. Your patronage will be appreciated signal cleaners we Lead in Quality and service 18 a first ave. Phone Arcadia 2262 game lands valued Harrisburg a. It up it a Pennsylvania a 552,453 acres of game lands were valued at $2,576,268. The i game commission reported indicate my an average value of $4.66 an j acre acquired Over a 17-year period j actual Purchase prices were averaged at about $3 60 an acre or $1.996.070 Nick Luez popular wrestling Man from Down Venice Way Las night scored a mat Victory Over Gus the Goat Sonnenberg. One time world Champion in the main event at the Pasadena Arena. Sonnenberg subbed for Dean Delton. The latter being released from the card because of a former engagement in san Francisco this week. Gus took the first fall in 19 1&Quot with a flying tackle with Lutz winning the second in 5 50 with c body press. Sonnenberg dislocated his knee during the next series of grunts and groans and the Palm went to Lutze. Results of other matches follow bad boy Baxter Defeated Tom Marvin sub for Hardy Kruskamp. Myron Cox won Over babe Zaharias when latter was disqualified Dick lever Defeated Pat Meehan. International Polo is coming to los Angeles for the first time Vilice the argentines were Here some years ago. An All australian team will be matched against the strongest american team that can be marshalled at Riviera. The australian matches Start sunday september 12, but a series of elimination games starting Sun Day afternoon will be played. Out standing soloists of this part of the country will take part in the Hopes of getting a place on the american squad. The soloists from a Down under will be a hard outfit to beat. The Ashton Brothers four of them All Over six feet tall and All High goal Mallet men have played Polo the world Over. Their appearance Here will provide local fans with the finest Polo fare that has been enjoyed locally in a Long time. Among the teams playing sunday will be Walt Disney a motion picture brigade which will include buddy Rogers who has been tuning in a Stellar game recently. Last week he banged out four of the eight tallies registered by the screen performers. Ito your local Arcadia Gas appliance dealer displays Gas ranges and Servel electro Lux refrigerators Sheehan furniture 8 merc. Co. 135 e. Huntington drive two stores 1220 s. Baldwin Avenue Macaroni saves the Day Bethany to. Cup a for once Pat Beaver grocer was glad no one wanted Macaroni. By mistake he left his stores front door open and customers helped themselves Leav no a note of what they had taken. No one looked in an open barrel of Macaroni where Beaver had hidden $567. If you have anything to sell or want to buy something a place a want and in the Tribune Jear measures and Guesswork do not meet modern standards. The fuel that gives you any exact temperature you want is natural Gas. And its the Only fuel that does this. Hungary aids students Budapest up a the hungarian i government is inaugurating plans to help White Collar workers. A system of government klans is being organized to assist University students. Many of Tim unemployed Are Bung placed on the staffs of official agencies for improving social conduit is Asbestos coff n Industry is cause of a wisecracks t y the Lburn classifieds from the Everett Wash evening news comes this squib Wisecrack which appeared in the column entitled a barbs Quot a feature or that newspaper Quot an Arcadia. Calif. Or Jert to it manufacture a be t it coffins bring up again that old question of whether its the heat or the consider cooking. Every food has a definite temperature at which it Cooks Best. Cookbooks list the proper temperatures. But Only the cooking you do on a Gas Range can be regulated to maintain these temperatures at the exact degree wanted. <.�5 so similarly Gas gives you temperature control in water heating. Used for House heating it enables you to keep your Home properly warm constantly. And Gas alone provides silent automatic refrigeration. To be truly modern your Home should be Gas equipped. See the mar a Velous new Gas appliances on display at your dealers or Gas company. Southern counties Gas company nothing equals natural Gas
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