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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - December 23, 1938, Arcadia, California Friday december 2.1. 10118arcadia daily Tki Rune pal ,., two Watt to it it it Tiff off local climb activities Marjorie Hesse of my Day Eleanor Roosevelt new York City. Yesterday morning i went up to the women a Trade Union league clubhouse to dross the tree and found that kind fiends had done most of the real work so i spent a very Short time there and was Able to do a few errands and return to my apartment to have two friends lunch with me. In the afternoon i had one of those pleasant experiences which come to All of us occasionally. In the last few months we have turned Over our various industries a1 Hyde Park to the workers believing that they Are now in a position to take Hie responsibility of running them themselves. The woman Ilia docs the weaving i aet up in a Little House on the Highway. The Young men who do the hand wrought Pewter and make very Lovely Cherry Wood salad bowls Aud other Small wooden articles have their shop near the cottage buildings and our head Man who had taken Over the furniture making has it in his barn at East Park. All three needed an outlet for their wares and yesterday afternoon invited me to come to 130 East 51st Street where they have joined with some Ether other americans of scandinavian extraction and have established a Small shop. Here they have everything one can want for skiing. Tile Tropic Wood skiis and other varieties and everything else within a wide Range of prices from poles to shoes and hand knit socks Caps and stockings of is interesting to see handmade scandinavian articles Side by side1 with articles made by hand in our own country. I must say i was very proud of the Pewter the Woodwork and the weaving. It stood comparison very Well of course it is possible to buy Many Pewter articles which arc attractive but which i Are made by machine. Bet anyone who really loves powder can Tell the difference in the texture and the feeling of a handmade article just As one can in Woodwork and weaving. I had already bought All my Christmas presents but i was so pleased to find How enterprising these Young people arc and to see so much activity going on 6tb<scour news fashions of the a fashionable the Lovely Santa Anita Home of mrs. Everett Grey was the scene of tie Christmas and birthday party of troop no 17, wednesday evening when mothers of the scouts were special guests. Tile awarding of Tenderfoot and Merit badges climaxed the months of scouting that the girls enjoyed this year. Thase receiving tenderly t award it were Wanda Jackson Elizabeth Penny. Jean grow and Nonna Parks assistant scout Leader. More awards others who received awards were Mildred Sanders Claire Parks and Beverly Pollard arts and crafts Doris trim Barbara Gray Elizabeth Penny Katherine Oray and Jean grow dramatics Wanda Jackson Eleanor Adcock and Helen Savage homemaking and Katherine Gray games. Eleanor Adcock received a Gold Star for perfect attendance for one year and Barbara Gray the Silver Star for missing Only one meeting during the year. The lighting of the candles on the troop birthday cake was a Charm my ceremony performed by the girls of Hie dramatics group. The Home-1 making group served the cake and t ice Cream sing carols the party ended with the singing of Christmas carols and the distribution of gifts and Candy filled stockings to the scouts As they gathered around the lighted Christmas tree. Mothers present included mesdames w g. Trim. John Wheeler. R a. Savage. Albert Adcock. Lester Pollard Louise Hill Betty Neitzel Helen Withers. Henrietta Gault. I Milton Lubetkin p. A. Jackson and miss to is Page. Ida Lee Wheeler Nina Lee Leitzel and Jean Lubet-1 Kin. I a a for Leisure hours make your Leisure hours glamorous says Helen Wood radio actress who is wearing a luxurious Pale Ostrich feat Lier Bolero Over a Long flowing Chiffon velvet Negligee. The House slippers Are padded Pale Green velvet. Luxurious new brazilian room at turf club i Alin and smart to the nth degree the new brazilian room in the turf club will doubtless prove to be the favorite gathering place Between races at Santa Anita for the season opening on saturday of next week. Jungle Wall paper Iii tropical hues adorns Tho Walls on one Side of the room and depicts various native scenes which Are most life like. Strange enough this brazilian paper a. Done in Paris by a Frenchman. Glass Wall one entire Side of the room is glassed in from floor to ceiling and affords one a Bird s eve View of the horses a they Start from the paddock to the track Pear Wood imported from Switzerland has been used for panelling throughout the room. Luei Lite fixtures Are used throughout and Are piped ill Copper. The main chandeliers Are in the form of fountains and Are likewise trimmed in Copper. Kich appointments chairs for this room will be done in the Zebra cloth which is so popular. And some will be in Blue leather with Copper upholstery rail trim. The new edition of the clubhouse will accommodate Many More guests and will eliminate any Over crowding. Also a new Terrace for luncheon has been added and this will be a Delight to clubhouse guests. Both new additions were designed by Gordon Kaufman who won an International award in Paris in 1937 Lor the design of the Santa Anita buildings. Between a us the in we have noticed before that Blind have a wonderful sense of Minoras spontaneous As water rippling Over a Rock ,. And t to bubbling humor of Louise Shaw Blind student of Occidental College who spoke before the Arcadia woman s club at their annual Christmas party. Brought this to mind again witty with every other word. A Shalt of wit. Talking with her. Though she is a veritable Bain in years. Is an adventure. Slender and pretty. Gowned in a smart College girl ensemble. He look her affliction ii one May ill it so in the my courage As face of such laugh of it were nothing miss Cline is Host to maladies club Marilyn Walton Betty West Bara Whiting and Betty Smith. Fete children bar Dane or. And mrs. Olson have baby son or. And mrs. Howard Olson 129 East Lime Avenue announce the birth of a baby son monday evening at Monrovia Hospital. The baby tipped the scale at 5 and 3-4 pounds. Mrs. Olson the former Betty Kuhn daughter of mrs. Ethel Kulm Perkins drive and the new baby Are reported As doing Well. This is the first child. Turner amp Stevens funeral director Chapel air conditioned a pure filtered air 95 North mrs not of Avenue pendent filiform Sycamore 3-41 56 end Pyramid 1-1828 a associate chapels Turner a Steven eel Pend in mortuary Cherie w. Powell Redden Minuter Sycamore 6-5281 17 South Sierra Madre Boulevard Turner Stevens a Turner 259 eat main Street Alhambra at-2-21 45 Turner Stevens a Berry c. Alfred eviction resident manager 1000 Fremont ave South Pasadena sy.9-1012 py.1-1738 Over 4 Yeen Kerry Lonj on the tradition of neighbor Lineti troop 32 scouts of troop no. 32 had a Christmas party at the Home of their Leader. Mrs. Milton Lubetkin tuesday afternoon. After each scout Bari drawn a gift from the grab bag the hostess served refreshments. The remainder of the afternoon was spent playing pingpong chinese checkers and Mono i oly. Guests named be enjoying the affair were Betty Ruth Austin Jean Bauer Virginia Black Norma lim1 Brown Rowene Cayer. Eldora Coleman. Donna Ann Douglas Honey lobs Gannon. Esther Giridlian Jeanne Lubetkin Mary Lou Macdonald. Ivy Montjoy. Nancy Post Phyllis Pollard. Marguerite rear Dos Jean Reiss Doris Robey Eunice Wells Madia Tuia a phone 266/__ fifteen mexican children were entertained at a recent party in the Art room of the first Avenue school. Miss Constance Ellison and miss Jane Nevin leaders of the High school girl scout troop and members of their troop were hostesses. Gifts were distributed by or. And mrs. Santa Claus. Mary Wiggins and Marjorie Ambler. Scouts assisting were Jean Howett Sally Druce Frances Bugee Loren Wells Marion Daavid. Lenore Looper and Josephine Garcia. Miss Florence Cline daughter of or. And mrs. Paul Cline entertained the maladies club of Pasadena Junior College of which she is a Mem-1 Ber at a Christmas pledge party in Lier Home 246 Norman Avenue last night. Christmas decorations introduced the spirit of the holidays and gifts were exchanged Between members and pledges. Games were played and a delicious Buffet supper was served by the hostess. Those present were Audrey Jean Fox. Jeannette Branch Jeanne Stone. Fee Warner to Elliott Laura Way. Audrey Gage Charlanne Evans Carol Russell Drucilla Roach. June Freestone Anc Margaret Chester. I Queenie she told us about her dog Queens who had six Pup. All Quot legitimate Quot got herself so seriously Serat Clied because of her love for Fluffy Kittens. Who had. Unfortunately. A pugnacious Mother. That she spent some time in the Hospital. Queenie a German Shepherd trained to guide her pretty Young mistress Lay quietly sleeping for the greater part of the afternoon. Except when she tried to express her need of a walk. It is she who guides Louise to All her classes. And is her constant j companion. Taking her through j the thickest heaviest traffic. Up and Down stairs. Anywhere in safety. Hont s for bystanders and remember. Louise asks us to caution you. The next time Jou see a seeing Eye dog Don t Stop to pct it or give it words of Praise i. For that is strictly against the i rules of its training. As the dogs Are supposed to keep their attention on their owner and the Job in hand. And consider for a moment its terrific responsibility. And you will agree and stifle your impulse. Done to help remember too. If you see a Blind person crossing the Street with his seeing Eye dog. Done to touch him or try to help. For if you do he must instantly drop the handle of has dog s harness and stand Stockstill. It will confuse the dog. And May make him jealous. For in Louise swords a a he May think Well who s doing this leading anyway a Honor Bride elect at smart Shower miss Laura Cadmus of Sieri i a fire. Bride elect of Archie Al a nerds Forest service Lookout was honoured tuesday afternoon at a smart wedding luncheon and Shower by mrs. Ora fix at her attractive Sierra Madre Canyon Home. Artistically arranged bouquets of White lilies and ferns placed about the living room introduced the wedding Motif. A Dainty luncheon was served on individual card tables. Bridge was played during the afternoon with mrs i k Spaith of los Angeles mrs j. C Beasley Sierra Madre and miss Cadmus winning the prizes. Miss Cadmus the former Sierra Madre correspondent of the Arcadia daily Tribune is widely known in musical circles As a concert Singer of distinction. Her journalistic work for the Tribune and the Pasadena Star nows has brought her into prominence Iii the san Gabriel Valley. Guests at the luncheon were besides the honoree and the hostess mrs. Spaith mrs. Mary b Mccracken. Los Angeles mass Helen court Wright Long Beach mrs. C. L Virgin. Fallbrook sister of miss Cadmus. And mesdames Alfred James Dewey. W. J. Lawless. Alyce Anderson. In b. Hersey j. C. Heasley Emma Ashmen Ralph Williford j. P Nash and Georgr d. Johnstone. And automobiles and Street cars. And they arc As steady and confident As a living thing can be Louise it Aid. Sophomore Sti Dent Louise is a Sophomore student at Occidental. She is majoring in sociology and English. When we asked her How she studied. She smiled and said a that is what my professors would like to girls specially retained by the state Tor Blind College students read to her and she takes notes in braille on her lectures. Asked her to describe this to us. She warned us i hat we probably understand it nor get it clearly. And we did no to. But it seemed to be a special kind of paper. In a Frame. With squares marked off. If this is Quot wrong. Louise must forgive me. For we lied very hard to understand it. Gallantry it was All very interesting. Fashions of the a fashionable v Pink Tiger lilies Here a a Superb example of classic simplicity through classic restraint. Gale Page screen player relieves the so Breness of her almost severe Black crepe gown with fresh Tiger lilies a Princess lines and narrow shoulder straps further emphasize its simplicity. Theta pledges sing Yule carols tile annual Christmas party Ltd a Theta Phi sorority was held wednesday evening at the South Pasadena Home of miss Marie Overton newly installed president. As guests entered the door a Cut out Santa Claus figure greeted them and from the mantelpiece a Gay. Holly Wreath proclaimed a Theta Phi merry Christmas. A Brave Christmas tree its base heaped High with gifts which were later distributed further emphasized the Yule season. Tables were set out for card games and the guests spent the evening playing a Dainty Light supper was served by tile committee at the end of the evening. Sing carols Christ Mas carols Sung by tile pledges was a Surprise extent. Those taking part were misses Olive Hannah Cleo Vogel Mary Ellsworth Jane Johnstone and Marian Folske with miss Marge Malin As Captain. Those less fortunate were not forgotten for during the evening plans were made for baskets of food and donations of Money to be made to needy families. Committee on the committee for the party were miss Grace Ward chairman miss Dorothy Ebert. Miss Thora Imerman. Miss Malin. Miss Margaret Hildebran and mrs. Margaret Dobbing. Guests listed guests at the event besides those named above were mrs. Zoula Mae St. Clair. Miss Cleo Sattley miss Jessie Cogan mrs. Sis Jamison mrs. Ruby Fuller. Miss Mary Adair. Miss Ruth Becker. Mrs. Charlotte Gray miss Sara Pollard miss Arlene Haviland. Mrs. Emma Burger mrs. Virginia Owens miss Dorothy Moore misses Leora and Dorothy Mitchell. Mrs. Margaret Melton. Mrs. Wood Glover advisor. Mrs. Alice Wood. Mrs. Marian Smith. Miss Vera Wiekert mrs. Katherine Miller and miss Barbara Hodgkins. And perhaps the girl herself valiant. Alert. Pretty anti with All her banners flying impressed us most of All. Opposite Coleman sati Hall Arcadia Calif. Dorothy Dix a letter Box the i a commercial Law May be As illegal As the unwritten Law in dealing till husband steamers but oftentimes it is far More satisfactory dear miss Dix i read in the paper the other Day about a wife whose husband fell in love with another woman but instead of shooting the a other woman the wife sold out her interest in her husband for $300. I Call that a Clever woman and a Good trader. Wife. Answer so do i. Of course this transaction May be objected to on the ethical rounds that the wife out traded the other woman and Yot More for the Man than he Aas Worth. But we May Well pass Over this phase of the subject firstly because every woman herself writes the Price Lay that she ties on a Man and he is Worth to her just what she thinks he is Worth secondly because the woman who robs another woman of her husband is a thief who deserves no consideration or pity from us. So our sympathy and congratulations can go freely to the lady who applied the commercial Law Irstead of the unwritten Law to the solution of her troubles. The advantages of Selling a faithless husband instead of killing him Are too obvious to need pointing out. To begin with a roaming husband is the most worthless of All created things. He merely upsets the routine of the House and aggravates a woman s temper by his comings and goings. Upholstering phone at. 2-5502 Dor free estimate we recover and re style furniture. We re fill old cushions reset Springs make slip covers do custom building. An estimator will Call on request. Including fabrics and labor any 2-piece set %50 29 to find that such an encumbrance has a Cash value is like picking up Money in the Street or having some one pay you an outlawed debt. It is like ascertaining that the ticket that you Drew in the matrimonial lottery and that you had thought for years was a Blank is an approximate prize after All. Of the advantages of getting Cash in hand instead of revenge for a husband you have to watch it is needless to speak. That sort of husband is virtually of no value whatever to a woman but Money is always Legal tender for most of the things she wants and wit ii the Price of a no account spouse Many a woman could get More happiness than she has Ever had out of her married life. Of course there Antiques. What you they have to Hen the eager she is for that is no fixed Price on husbands. They Are like yet join them depends altogether on How much fancy of the party of the second part and How particular piece of Bric a Brac. But even if the stiff training tile dogs arc put through ail intensive 3-months�?T training course of the end of which they can Lead a person in entire safety through traffic. Up and Down stairs. Over flagstones. Curbs. Or any condition he is Likely to meet. The seeing Eye Institute is a non profit organization. And is located at Montclair. N j. The owner must make a trip East to get his dog. And then attend classes himself for four to nine weeks so that he will know How to handle it. The temperament and adaptability of the dog after it j leaves its Trainer depends entirely upon the owner. She stated. Young dogs tile dogs used by the seeing Eye Are generally Young female German shepherds. 14 months old or Over. They Are useful for 8 to to years. Depending upon the individual clog. The dogs Are selected for their owners according to Cadi person s weight size and personality. They Are trained to be indifferent to hence the Don to pet help Rule everyone except their owners. They re not to a win friends and influence people As Louise wittily put it. But to be one Man dogs. Air Dales have been used in the work but Are not As reliable As the German shepherds. Who now As Louise pointed out Are much smaller in Type than the earlier seeing Eye dogs. Ignores cats the owner always walks on the left Side of his dog. Who is trained not to bother with such Small Fry As cats Kittens or puppies. In fact most of the things you find distracting they ignore. The dogs Are trained to deliberately disobey. For the life of a Blind owner May depend upon their steady refusal to obey. When an unexpected object looms in the Way. The dogs obviously Are trained to go quite close to cars a special service distinctive Job printing at Low prices for our readers Telephone Atwater 7-212,1 and ask for appointment with our printing Salesman if you wish prices Layouts Etc. Samples shown in Youk own Home easy monthly terms thirty years experience guarantees satisfactions. Eastern upholstering shop 1128 West main St., Alhambra phone at. 2-5502 betrayed wife took the minimum rate of $300 set by the lady Hereinbefore referred to upon her claim she does t make such a bad bargain. With $300 she can go to the movies 600 times whereas that sort of a husband never takes her to any place of amusement at All. With $300 she can buy approximately a Box of Candy for every Day in the year whereas that kind of a husband Lias not brought Lier a Nickel bag of gumdrops in five years. Arcadi Alluh Clae Noar with $300 she can buy her a love of a dress and a Duck of a hat and a dream of a cloak out of which she can get the peace that passes ail understanding whereas tile likelihood is that she has t had a real Good frock for Ages nor a minute s solid satisfaction for years. So i commend this lid a a disposition of the subject. Whatever you can get for an unfaithful husband is More than he is Worth. December 23�?Arcadia rotary club at woman a clubhouse 12 of clock. December 25�?Christmas cantata Handel s Messiah Arcadia Community Church 7 30 p. Til. December 28�?members of Lambda Chi sorority and escorts Dine and dance on s s. Tango. Meet at Long Beach yacht Chih pier at 8 p. In. Complete Job printing Plant we arc equipped to print any Job from a business card to a catalogue or newspaper. Layouts and advice on planning jobs Are our specially. Drop Iii and Lavt acquainted before ordering that next Job. Independent niw.3pap10l 104 no. First Avenue phone Atwater 72131

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