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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - August 27, 1938, Arcadia, California Saturday August 27. 1988arcadia daily Tribune Phi thurr a Cia notes of local climb activities Marjorie Hess it a Celeste Callahan honoree at showers at old a Lub to Mee san Fernando Mission fashions of the fashionable mias Celeste Callahan daughter of or. And mrs. E. L. Callahan of san Gabriel and prominent member of Tho Mich Llinda juniors who weds Harrison m. Rains of Sierra Madre on wednesday september 7, in tile All saints episcopal Church of Pasadena Baa been the incentive for a recent round of showers. Hostesses included miss Dorothy quench of Temple City who gave a Crystal Shower for her miss Virginia Goble an aunt of Alhambra entertainer at a Kitchen Shower and mrs. Russell Slocum and mrs Pinkney Randall of Eagle Rock and members of the Pamphile club feted her at personal showers. Misses Evelyn Calvert and Doro thy Nemeyer were joint h of Tesla at the latter a Home in Pasuda where a miscellaneous Shower was held Iii the Garden and Atte Cyd by members of Mich Llinda juniors and i relatives of miss Callahan lid her Fiance. Soft tinkle of Bell. Rustle of Pepper Trees against crumbling Adobe. Worn red tile. High arched Patio. And the gentle shades of Long dead friars and indians. All this will create an atmosphere of Beauty next thursday september i at the potluck luncheon of the California federation of women s clubs to in held in tin exquisite memory Garden of san Fernando Mission Ai in noon. A Short pro Gram will follow Tho meeting. The District cordially invited the members and friends of the califor j i Ilia history and landmarks Section Ollie Arcadia woman a club to join them at that time. Reservations and transportation May be arranged with mrs. E. E. Timerhoff chairman of the Section at Arcadia 2693. Nugentq think Home is Best after trip in spite of travelling Over More than half of the United states and seeing a part of Canada or. And mrs. Charles a. Nugent were glad to get Home again when they a Rived Here thursday from a Delight lid three weeks vacation trip. Leaving be re tile first of August the Nugentq went by train to Galveston where they boarded a new York liner. After a visit at new York and Hartford conn., they went to Montreal Canada crossed Lake Ontario to Chicago took a belated 1 honeymoon at. Niagara Falls and on the Home bound journey stopped at Council Bluffs la., and Colorado Springs Colo. New fall frock a this vertically striped Onondaga mate Lasse gives wonderful slimming qualities to new fall frocks. Its Woven on a Jacquard loom to give a shiny raised a a ribbon surface which is emphasized by shiny Acorn buttons and a Cut out Leaf Belt in shiny Patent leather. T Busine Tribune a and professional directory or. Bruce physician surge office hours evenings 7-9 no 7 Arcade bldg. Or. T. H. Simich dentist / hours 9 to 6 a plume 2f30 evenings by appointment 671 Vav. Duarte Road Arcadia i my Carl f. Bass j optometrist phone 585 flours 9 to 5 examination by appointment so ii e. Huntington Arcadia Loa it notary Dee m. A real Esta i 56 e. Huntington phone Arcadia 2 Eleanor Roosevelt copyright 1938, by United press Syndicate inc. Reproduction in whole or part forbidden. All rights reserved Arcadia it Ethel c. Gui Aker chiropractor too n. First at mph. 2813 next door to Post office Arcadia disk Saith 56 e. Huntington it. Phone Ssu 4 j collections Moncys and thursdays 50c a month co. Or. Grace Cullen chiropractor Telephone 2504 hours 9 a. In. To 5 p. In. Evenings by appointment 225 s. First Avenue Arcadia it Toyei Herson attorney at Law i array to no he. Ill a log. Pm. Argyll 7k"t7kt arc. Of. Hrs Ai. Amp sat. L. A. Office 5 Kew 6th j re. To John f. Houlihan i draperies a venetian blinds j 124 e Huntington drive phone 517 of 798 to i a office 941 phone in res. 2069 or. W. W. Heaney dentist office hours 9 to 5 evenings tues. At Fri. By appt. 51 e. Huntington Arcadia a a Hyde Park n. . Schei i Der and i had a most Beautiful drive yesterday Over the Connecticut to picnic with or. And mrs. George Bye. These Hast few Days have a real autumn Tang in the air and when we came Home at about 6 of clock the Catskill mountains were outlined clearly against a Bright Blue sky with the wind blowing the White scudding Clouds. Beautiful As it was i sighed for the katydids Are right the Frost is not far away. My husband had telephoned me that they were going to take advantage of the Beautiful weather and i picnic for supper on top of the Hill. So i dashed up there to join them Tor a Little while and then Back to my cottage where my Little Friend Mayris Chaney the dancer had arrived to have late supper and spend a. Couple of hours. She returned to new York last night and left for an engagement in Chicago today. I returned Home about 10 30 to find that everyone had gone to bed but tile president was still awake so we sat in his room and discussed j Many things from Road improvement and tile theory of preventing snowdrifts on our driveway to the International situation. This morning my Nephew Daniel Roosevelt let me read some of the things lie has written on his experiences in Spain. I think they Are interesting because the first impressions of youth Are More Clear Cut and vivid than is possible with greater experience. He and i had Arcadia daily Tribune Roi n. 1st ave. Re. 2131 Street and driveway improvements of Ai kinds asphaltic Concrete Pirone Arcadia 2437 Barney i Cay a sport shop Tennis Badminton fishing amp Kolf 19 e. Huntington or. Phone 2061 a. L. Leaverenz general contractor 231 s. Second Avenue i a Lff a we fit feet 502 s. Myrtle ave. O for shoes Monrovia. Calif. Graduate Ortho Peist x Ray shoe fitting we can order any make of shoe to Eft your foot mensa ladies tailor cleaning and alterations at Cash and carry prices g. W. Strauser 228 n. First ave. Phone 2548 a when you think of hardware think of. Baidwin Avenue hardware is 25c last times today a men Are such fool Wayne Morris Briscoll Lane and Melvyn Dought Eio Tiht bite in it ast Compa Start tomorrow i2io Baldwin ave phone 322 Ance for everything insurable lowest Cost. William thewes Arcadia 124 s. Santa Anita re. Arcadia 2224 a al1 goo a with Barbara Stanwyck Herbert Marshall also Robert Montgomery and v Irginia Bruce in a yellow Jack Young democrats dance at Aztec tonight an evening of entertainment Ull take it a it theme from the current election period will by offered ton lit a tin Aztec hotel in Monro i i sponsored by the Young club of Monrovia Arcadia Duarte a can clip ate. Bal will be a aged with the dance beginning 9 pm. All Democrat or candidates and candidates for non partisan off have been invited to appear for introduction. Each la allow d one Mil . A cording Foley chairman. Band a four piece band has been engaged Tor the occasion and in addition to the dancing and introduction Cit Faith Rase Bowden of m it Novla. The program for this show fashions of the fashionable v a a boys spend vacation a Goli candidate will Ute to make a to miss Betty will be As follows entertainment mexican hat dance. Faith Rose Bowden and John Belt tap dance Richard Kidwell song Gus guar Cial Abene Swan Ballet. Betty Combs Larene Hoffman Grace Jensen Wanda Johnson Dorothy Friske and Faith Roc Bowden. Miss Betty Bates will play the piano accompaniment Tor the above dances and Gus Guardalabene will sing with the orchestra during the evening. Breakfast alone and he started off for new York City with the Promise that he would return tomorrow. I went at once to my cottage and at 10 30 mrs. Ellen a Woodward and four of her regional directors sat Down in my sitting room before a brightly burning fire to Tell me the outstanding Points in their work. These women Are All interesting women with a knowledge of human nature a Lune of humor and that very uncommon thing called common sense. I have known mrs. Izetta Jewell Miller for a Long time mrs. Isham mrs. Kerr and mrs. Ralston Are More recent acquaintances but in their Job it is necessary to know people quickly and they have Learned the Art of making you feel like an old Friend. The president and postmaster general Farley with my daughter-in-law7. Betsy and miss be hand came Over to join us for lunch out on the Lawn in the Sun. I moved the four ladies two by two. During lunch so that the president could hear what they had to Tell him and ask any questions which might come to his mind. The thing which impresses me most is that we now look on these women a and professional projects from two Points of View first Are they serving the purpose of helping people to regain their earn ing Power second Are the projects themselves contributing to the Benefit of the communities in which they operate Danch students enjoy Steak bake at Park serving a double purpose was the summer Steak bake Given by the advanced pupils of the Faith Rose Bowden dance studio held at Santa Anita recreational Park on wednes j Day evening. It marked the occasion of the Midsummer get together and the birthdays of Richard kid a Well master of ceremonies for the studio Margery Holloway and Carolyn Moore. Each honoree was presented with a Clever cake baked in the shape of a Lamb by mrs. A. Kidwell of Glendora. The evening after supper was spent playing games closing with mrs. Moore serving the children ice Cream. Those present were Carolyn Moore Margery Holloway. Wanda Johnson Betty Combs Lorene Hoffman Bettyjo Parriss Eldora Coleman Lois Canfield. Betty Winkler Doris Boblett Soleen Fastle Geneva Jennings Phyllis Rogers. Mrs. Fastle mrs. Rogers or. And mrs. Moore mrs. Bowden of Monrovia Richard Kidwell. Donald Ralph and mrs. Kidwell of Glendora and or. And mrs. Gus Guardalbene it Faith Rose Bowden i. Accent on roman stripes a radio actress Irene Rich achieves a stunning contrast for her slim Black Chiffon evening gown by girdling it with a Nide roman striped Satin ribbon the Low heeled suede slippers of ancien4 persian inspiration feature the same shades As the Belt a Royal Blue Apple Green. B. Y. P. U. Carnival at Swimm i no Pool Baptist Young Peoples Union of Monrovia first Baptist Church staged a carnival and swimming party at Santa Margarita Pool last night. William Smith president presided Over the affair which boasted sideshows peanuts Popcorn Snak charmers merry go rounds and everything a self respecting carnival offers. The members of the Union were in attractive costumes that carried out the carnival theme. Former illinoisans to picnic at Park former residents of Mattoon. 111., will hold their annual summer get together at Santa Anita recreational Park tomorrow afternoon at 12 of clock in tile Patio of the picnic grounds. Coffee will be served by the association and each family will bring their own lunch Basket. Any former Mattoo ners in this locality Are cordially invited by the officers. Mrs. C. W. Moore 753 Arcadia Avenue is president and mrs a. R Chambers. 232 South second Avenue is Secretary. Leroy Anderson Back at his office monday Farewell luncheon Given for mrs. Cross mrs. George Needham and mrs. A. B Ham were co hostesses at a Farewell luncheon Given at the Ham Home. 916 South Santa Anita Avenir thursday afternoon honouring mrs. Ben Cross who leaves Arcadia september i to make her permanent Home in los Angeles. Colourful decorations of zinnias and asters in fall shades added a colourful note to the affair. Card games were played following the Dainty luncheon and an attractive prize was won by the honoree who was the recipient of a number of Lovely gifts. Guests at the charming affair included mrs. A. Austin mrs. Ella Baughman Owen. Mrs Pauline evader mrs. Nettie Noack. Mrs. Eli Gorman the hostesses and the honoree. Dollar Day August 29th announcing tots to teens shop Are closing their August Clea Hake Sale with their first Dollar Dat shop Early 21 to Hunter Ikon dr., Sal t Marino \ nest of City 11 to 11 at. 2-176 political advertisement pol Utica i advertisement there is to substitute for experience patients picnic at a san a Arnando Park act ring to an announcement Raj a last night at v f. W. County cantle ii meeting in los Angeles the picnic for veterans of san Fernando Hospital will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 of clock in Mission Park. San Fernando. Arcadians who attended the Council meeting were mesdames Anna Hoeppel Stella Brookover Helen Best and Helen Grant. Dine outdoors in Lovely grape Arbor friends of Leroy Anderson Well known attorney of Arcadia and los Angeles will be delighted to learn i of his recovery from the serious ill i Ness that incapacitated him for the past two months and that he is to White take up his Legal duties again at his Las Angeles office next monday. Arcadians make trip to Bay City leaving today by motor for san Francisco Are or. And mrs a. And daughter 153 Fano Stree the return monday nigh expect to since thursday night was enchantingly Beautiful and warm enough to Dine outside comfortably. Or. And mrs Oscar Willumsen 1435 South second Avenue entertained their guests of the Day or. Anc mrs. C. I Wendell and daughter. Carolyn i and mrs. Wendell s Kotlier mrs. Holder All of Santa Monica at a i dinner table spread Iii their Lovely i grape Arbor. I i ekers ins Caming in High sierras or and mrs. W. B. Wilkerson and daughter Phyllis. 36 Diamond Avenue. Are today camping in the wills of Tho High sierras. They Are hading the a fishing not so according to a letter receded yesterday by their son. Due to the High Waters in the streams and lakes near Ridge Meadows. Oil specials saturday amp is 100% pure Penn. A 2 Gal. Hayvis Ever Wear mar Velure Wenn. Eastern Oil i in i. I of 2 a als. I 70c. J gals. Westerh oils i pal. 30c2 / a 50c 5 of a is. S15 spa s i $ i .3. Hmm Rwm Ron Lee service station across a you Fly Park 70 a. Hunting Rtin drivel Arcadia a a to a it. Rex Cassi per octane petrol \ it holes ale a bar o ii i a i.35c 2 pals. One bntl.-. Eastern Eil s i Gal 15c 2 Kils. 85c 5 gals. $2.00 Mahy flute Igou pure Pennsylvania i Kun i. 70c 2 kills. $1.15 5 orals. $2.50 a 1.50 retain a judge John . Sturgeon Justice of peace Monravia % gunship 26 years resident of this took ship j16 years practising attorney 12 years Justice of the peace vote at the primaries August
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