Arcadia Tribune Newspaper Archives Dec 24 1937, Page 2

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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - December 24, 1937, Arcadia, California Friday. Ducc mfr 24, 1937 Arcadia Tribune Bilge two knights Templar Christmas tie strange As it seems by John he for further proof address the author rising a stamped envelope for reply published daily except saturday sunday and holidays at 104 n. First Avenue Arcadia California Arcadia publishing company a. Harold noon president and publisher Miuwa Eleanor Roosevelt of a Doino Chico ukr Ait Vada i vow Nln a #4coolx$\ a a in / -1 in a i , / Ai. F s i la Quot on it in Etc v Ai. 1 Comro i ,. Nov filtered As second class matter March 14. 1930. At pm Jav to noted a a the Post office at Arcadia. in my California under the act act March 3, 1879. Dry of Mal. Member Arcadia Hammer it t of Merer Arcadia business menus usso elation California newspaper publishers by Eleanor Roosevelt Washington tuesday. The will Tania docked yesterday remarkably Star tin time when she a is supposed to arrive. As i drove to the pier i saw her slowly coming up to the Dock looking very inline and like the old seadog \ m soul of Zepht 9a Christmas / in prison 303-312 Han fret rut a i Aud a Little Chat with Kermit r to Val on the pier and one or a other people i knew. There was Only a Short time to v at and. As i surmised would be la Case my brother was among the inst people off the boat and i had run after him and cling to his it tails to keep him irom getting a laugh the customs and off the p r without me la was grand scorn him and i was glad i had this Opportunity to spend a Little time Sta him immediately upon his Arval. Everyone la always so much More a of i is to Tell something of or. Impressions when he first arrives afterwards those impressions Rov rather stale. When win got Back to the apart Man i settled Down and chatted while Hall unpacked then Aller i had made a few last arrangements. He took me to the train for Washington. Just before leaving i called up a Young Friend of mine in Philadelphia to Tell her i would Stop Over for an hour and catch the next through train to Washington. I thought that on such a Brief visit i could get in and out without attracting any attention but i was wrong the photographers were at the St a Ion and As we hurried up the Steps to find a taxi a panting Young reporter kept demanding to know Why i was in Philadelphia and what t was doing. He seemed quite incredulous when i insisted r had Only slopped off to spend an hour before Christmas with a Friend. I arrived in Washington in time to have a Chat with the president and to Greet Franklin. Jr., who arrived by car with a seven months old Puppy the Puppy a great Dane is going to spend his Christmas Holiday with us while Franklin arid Ethel journey Back and Forth he is very Well behaved and dignified for a Puppy and when the president remarked that he Olgh hew things up Franklin jr., indignantly said the Puppy was much too Well brought up. This morning i had to catch up on All the various household and social arrangements for Christmas to a it and Christmas Day. I was dad to have Franklin jr., Here to Settle Las details on the party they Are to have on december 30. Then a press conference with two foreign correspondents present one from Holland and one from Finland. Both of them Are attractive Young women filled with a desire to write truthfully about the United states and yet they find the picture a somewhat confusing one. I think it must be a tremendously difficult thing to grasp political and soc Jai situations at the present time with a somewhat limited knowledge of this country. San lots 0ahpe5ritld Givin Ventu a a j Stoma a Bav it Tosca of in a vat to Elva too. Or a a a full ass 5 in Diego ancient Sci we it amp to is / Iii f to Pink Aho 4l6ft to without a Mouhtis twas the night before Christ when All through the Bouse not a creature was is or Iii. E even a mouse the stockings were Hun by i Chimney with care in Hopes that St. so would be there a counterfeiters sought with bowl ducats wimm raft is strange As it is Ems. Mortal Christmas poem by Clement c Moore a student of i classical literature who for several i years denied that he wrote it be-1 cause he feared it might detract. I from i reputation and was writ j j ten about a real person a fourth j Century Bishop who spent nine i Christmas in prison firemen fill baskets with Christmas cheer Santa Claus dutch of the name. St. Nicholes Iii Parara a it to of i minor. While most it it enveloped in legend it that he became at an co Abbott and subsequently de an Arch Bishop of t Polit an Church of Myra in the time of the despot Diocletian under whom Las was tortured and in 303 during Iii per christians. Santa Lay for nine years until in Perot Constantine p Ives for the downfall of Pac a roman Empire by re imprisoned Christi ans. He a Happy general Iwane Matsui commander in chief of the victorious japanese forces in China smiles happily As he chats with press representatives in Shanghai after news of a fresh Victory. Bombing of the american gunboat Panay turned his smile into a frown. Prisoner weakness coach a a stub Allison drove his men hard yesterday and at the end of two scrimmages said his first string a looked prac ice Breaks up after today with squad members who live in Southern California being allowed to return Home for Christmas. The rest of the squad will leave sunday for Pasadena. Today Santa Clau protector of children scholars merchants copyright 1937, by United Fen t ire Syndicate inc Franklin i Mev Rudolph Ohms it is Wmk a get before girls mks Ned Kaasa a snoozes peace los a is she dreaming of roast Turkey Kris Kringle of Vav mat p our heading is blissfully occupied w Ltd her Prince charming let us take time off to wish you All the Best from Ganta Claus f a the firemen have filled Basket at Christmas for so Ion. A time a George nos said a that we know just about How Many provisions will be needed and How Many baskets will be filled. Usually we make about $500 at our annual Ball and it takes just about that amount to insure filling All the Baske that Are the children of to. School enjoyed a Cie Mas party wed the school auditor a Oral til eater prot Jec and entertainer.-, it Christmas tree and each child lid a g supplied by Art v orchestra which Ira at the thai 11 Vin school. Joe Paloska or. Norris explained that the City trucks Laden with baskets begin their rounds very Ealy on Christmas morning so tha dinner can be on the fire when it should be there in every Home. J she s always around Waitt no for him. He cheats on her owes her a raw Deau but she still loves him and he c always comes Back to her j when he s in trouble. Y who is that a they re not it woman she shooting now in t in the i thai s his wife picture r of j j is hell have f he parts on badly l was t k hurt/5 i he Wash a i set up a mean. Y o this act of kindliness makes Christmas a merry one for Sierra Madress needy Folk but it makes it a still merrier one for those who have worked and planned each year to make the event successful. For. As a great Man said Long ago a i is More blessed to give than to a i eur up is mean. Mrs. Vav. Murphy we o a been visiting in Palo Alto has returned to the Home of her daughter mrs. J. O. Smith 609 West Sierra Madre Boulevard the pantry delicious Chic Ken pies let us serve you or carry them Home 3560 East Colorado Street Lawanda Park Florist a Flower for All occasions Fred t. U Yem Oto 3500 Al foothill blvd. Phone Colorado 5993 lust Pasadena Calif

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