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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - February 3, 1944, Arcadia, California Social and club happenings Arcadia joins nations usos in celebrating third birthday i so standing for United service organizations inc founded on feb. 4. 1941, by six agencies Well known in i it religious and welfare Fields is observing its third Anni Voraory tomorrow. From Friday through such a the read a wide v.1 ily "l,�?~1 is Vinink 2w it usos a nation i n or or Quot for the pull the servicemen and women visitors air invited any time Over a p. E. O. Groups will assemble Friday monday Royal neighbors install officers for year in formal ceremony the weekend but especially from 3 toll a m., on sunday. Arcadia is also having a special Fiance tomorrow evening in the women s clubhouse in Honor of the by. Today week. From Alaska to Brazil and across die country Uso lounges Are furnished for the servicemen in your families so that they May drop in for a bit to eat a Nap or to freshen up to furnish them with a bit of Home and laughter. The monthly attendance at these clubs and lounges is Over 30,000.000 and at 1 Uso Camp shows 2,000,000. De scrip a dons of these visits Are sent Home to Yon from fathers Brothers husbands and sons. This is your Opportunity to drop in and get a firsthand impression. Active local chapter since soon after pea Harbor Arcadia has had an Active Uso chapter particularly valuable in its proximity to Camp Santa Anita and its distance from los Angeles. Its program has been capably carried out under a local Council headed by or. Bruce f. Sims with representatives from various local clubs and agencies the outstanding Success for the program is due to the enthusiastic participants from Arcadia and san Gabriel Valley. A sincere vote of thanks to these workers has been extended by Council members elected i in january for another year or Sims chairman or. Wesley Davis vice chairman miss to Deolivera Secretary or. Ted , treasurer mrs. Wood Glover chairman of senior hostesses mrs. Glenn Watson chairman of Junior hostesses mrs. Walter Cornish chairman of refreshments and mrs. Walter Coombs coordinator. Uso services clubhouses Are the heart of tile Uso but other services include Uso Camp shows Mobile service units station lounges Uso travellers Aid centers Aid to troops on Maneu vers. Commenting on the first year or Chester i. Barnard National Uso president said that tile chief services were entered in the clubs dances games sports music photography and All the Small personal be vices which make each club Quot a Home away from on the first anniversary of the Uso feb. 4, 1942, the organization had provided 554 clubs and other service units for men in the armed forces. The Uso Industrial committee was organized to make Uso club services available to War workers in three years old servicemen and service women Are taking an Active part in planning nationwide Observance of the Uso third anniversary on february 4. Smiling Lieut. Margaret Noggle u.s.m.c., helps decorate the first birthday cake received at Uso Headquarters in new York City. Special events will be held in Many parts of the country on february 4, and open House programs will he featured Iii Uso clubs and lounges during the february 4-6 weekend. Chapter cd peo will meet tomorrow Ai hip Home of mrs. Ina d , 249 Ramona mad or Mabel Boardman is in charge of the program. Mrs. Bertha , president will conduct the business meet my. Chapter Khz will meet monday at the Home of mrs. Gladys Miens in san Gabriel mrs. Edith Roberts will preside Over the meeting and mrs. Irene Stevens will be in charge of the program. Members of both chapters at 1 minded the recent celeb action of the 75ii anniversary of peo held by a the bail pasqual social group in the South Pasadena women club mrs. Roberts president of chapter Khz and vice president of the san pasqual group gave during the afternoon program a t. Bute to the j Fot no ices of i state officers mrs. Martina Smith president of san Francisco mis. Louise h. Bailey first vice president. Of Glendale mrs. Bes do Stoner second vice a. Resident. Of los Angeles mrs. Ina la Fox corresponding Secretary of Beverly Hills who have travel a throughout tile state helping celebrate the an ii Ersary. Each spoke to the members present. A radians who attended the meeting and Tea were mrs. Boardman mrs. Dickinson mrs. Lewis of chapter cd mrs. Roberts mrs. Ethel Watson mrs Meen and mrs Helen Louise Mitchell of chapter formal installation of officers of arca Royal neighbors was held j an. In t mrs. Edith grub on past Oracle no were tip install no officers Assi text Moody mrs. Matt it mrs. I Rieda Cook i t. Dorothy Childers special guest speaker at Tho meeting of the Monrovia woman s club yesterday was first it. Dorothy Childers wac on leave at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Robert Beach Moore i Zoh West Duarte Road. Lieutenant builders in classification officer Al fort Lewis Wash. Fricks distinctive apparel tor i Omen 444 e. Color Are Pasadena Syva More 3-4921 certain Over burdened communities where new plants taxed the re sources of the town and created difficult living conditions the overseas work b a gun in that year and clubs were opened in Alaska. Newfoundland Bermuda the Caribbean area and Hawaii in the autumn the j first service to men on Maneu vers was begun. Entertainment in int in november Uso Camp shows Hie greatest live Talent entertainment Cli Cuit in american theatrical history was born it has sent 850 cute tamers out of the country in Ito troupes since its Conception. The Best of Broadway and Hollywood Talent has been booked in Greenland Iceland Alaska Panama England Australia the Middle East North Africa Sicily and Italy playing to audiences of armed men in combat zones in desert wasteland Field hospitals ruined cities even on 1 emote Pacific islands among War smashed Palm Trees and Foxholes. I in 1943�?1.615 Uso clubs and j units were in operation and to i i Clay there Are nearly 3,000 clubs and i units in operation in this country j and overseas in the Western hemis a phere. Said or. Barnard a when the no n t Hank us we say a sure you p i Welcome ifs All we kno that our million volunteers and our donors of $100,, feel the same i w a a. Our Best in t Good enough. It can never match the epic Corn i age the unfaltering Dev 1 Ion to duty so amply demonstrated every 1 Day by american be world service guest speaker is Rev. Breeze reverend and mrs. Clark h. Breeze were guests of Honor at a recent meeting of the world service so piety held in the parlor of the Community Church. Gingerbread Tea. And Coffee were served at 1 30 by hostesses mrs. Jean Breeze mrs. Adela Lombard and air Florence Mallough. President mrs. Eleanor merely opened the meeting. Mrs. Alice Strawn read the devotional and mrs. Florence Dorrington Secretary gave the minutes of the last meeting. J an interesting talk on stewardship and Friendship toward our neighbors was Given by mrs. Ida Hayes. Mrs. Marie Boldwin gave the treasurers report. Guests of tile afternoon were mrs. Peck Wirt James Christen Russell Breeze and new members mrs. Benedict and mrs. Simms. Mrs. Georgia Spragins enter i tallied the members with a Book review from a strangers no longer a by Annie b. Kerr choosing Quot a Little House for god a As her sub i Jet. Airs. Breeze song a father of mercies Quot accompanied by mrs. Morely at the piano. Rev. Breeze addressed the group with a discussion on juvenile delinquency a subject close to the civic problems concerning Young people in Arcadia. He spoke especially of what our local schools and cd u re lies Are doing to alleviate the trouble. A potluck luncheon and Book review were planned for the next meeting to be held feb. 9, at the Home 01 mrs. Thelma Leeper 1127 s. Sixth. I dinner honors air Cadet Parks miss Norma and miss Clare Parks recently entertained friends at a Turkey Buffet style dinner Hon i Oring their Cousin Ralph d Parks. The event took place at their Home 53 e. Duarte Road where Poinsettia gave the party an festive air. Cadet Parks is in Haic training and currently stationed at Lancaster. Following dinner the guests enjoyed games and mias in and finally combined to make a recording. Guests were miss Cecilia Prin Cipa of Aliss Helen Bresher miss Marie Collins miss Vona Rish Worth miss Marietta Mersch Henry Bremer Bill Neal pharmacist s mate third class Buck Kabel Cpl. James Osborn Cadet Parks j or. And mrs. Darold Parks of Venice or. And mrs. Bob Schwilm i Mer or. And airs. Parks. Dinner meeting set by masons for Friday the regular meeting of the masons will be held tomorrow night at the masonic Temple. Reservations for the 6 30 dinner must be in by tomorrow morning. Members their wives and friends have been invited. George p. Sorenson from the local Lodge will talk on a subject of his own Choice. Mrs. Louise Upson and mrs Genevieve Stutsman head the dinner committee. A amp so. 0591. Iema tonic Temple. Mrs. Tuth Penrod escorts mrs. Hilly Macdonald and the past coloured a-1 re the order of carried old Roshit violets and Nar the escorts came mrs Oracle mrs Eliza a do Oracle mrs. Rogers pas1 Eleanor Oft chaplain Emma m Ade recorder or 1 Grubin receiver mrs. Cecilia marshal and mrs. Virginia assistant marshal Opal Ferguson mrs. Mary sentinels mrs. Vera Mise Carer mrs. Marjorie Moody Dan mrs Dorothea gain nth in of degree staff mrs. Rose and mrs. Anna Hall Man mrs Moody mrs. Conroy Cook airs Macdonald and i mr.-. Pibel Llu were glaces. Gifts were presented to airs. Ruby Han seem musician of Monrovia to mrs past. And to the four re i tiring officers. Mrs Vesta sibe mrs. King lev mrs. Ruth Penrod and mrs. Catherine Thomas. Mrs Rogers was Given a g it for her untiring work on the installation. An excellent musical program was planned by miss Rowena Caver who a seized miss Norma Parks violinist accompanied by mrs. Moody. Miss Parks played two selections a a chalets a and a believe ale if All those endearing Young two of her pupils Betty Lou and Anay a it in fun son also performed Betty i of playing a Aba Carolle Quot Helene Curtis cold wave favored by Many leading Beauty specialists. For autumn smartness and present Comfort have our hair stylist Cut or trim your hair. Well design a hair do to fit your personality. Mary Jean playing Long miss Virginia Bowe s or Len. Quot evening chime a land Anita Anderson hawaiian Hula Rostum with leis did two numb xo8. Arcadia Tribune amp news students Dine in los Angeles thursday fun 3. 1941 rave n piano Donna i e dressed in a Complete , a in you Aloha a and accompanied b sweetheart Brown Gal Bowers Ruth Crowell and Dorothea in gave a fillet Quot Little Gypsy play your seventy two people were pre Quot at the installation ceremonies v Litovs from Obe Camp in West j Angeles Al Monte Alhambra. In in via. And Baldwin Park a in ii after die installation refreshing were serve i and eve Ryone parti rated in an old fashioned dance i ,4 Celebration from fir t a a v night five. Cd i Pei oiled b pole and Al mole it Gou pit a Fri Ray a us 1 nil Din a d u a Mon 301 fast Fri of of it it i i sch Chi Allen Young. A ies Lur a Gay jobs daughters i ask in three members Al Chalon i u i. ,., in i in Hue Anri min Patricia Smith s e the flu in neophytes who will be initiated the to Arcadia Bethel 0. 12jobs daughters it Tho 11 a big it id ii i. It i 1 v ilk n Kong i Spurge 1 Etie a a ii play 0 w 11 o a a 1 and Ned Ker a Tutson Chinatown Aud a tour lops began the evening d with the Quot dessert at Warner Bros. Attended Cen Sharon b Bec tar Jeun John Cov Ell to d land Moody i s Ai i Imp made for a Valen be Day party and for the first. A a March when it la exit d that the grand guardian of i can of a will it to Alai will be served. Thy Lunelle Jan mar. You 1 one Brown and George Harpole a tor Aud Ray alien a Miji my Clear Ai final clearance of All of oar remaining Stile dresses.5.09 to 10.95 originally 10.95 dre.1 to 22.95 Dainty y and sport Mode Oil Wool a 9 to 18. A Rayons Iii 19.95 suits. Of finally jumpers originally 6 Slack suits originally to 29 95. Or Collar f rom hues wools 1 sizes 9 to 18. 12.95 to 19.95 Carri Dan to 9.95. Variety one Price 4.95 colors bize.? 9 to 17. From 12 95 to 24.95. Broken Strutter cloth size in 9 to 16. 7 n it gabardine to 15.95 or wools. Slacks a. From originally 5.95 to 10.95. Popular color of or Rayon sizes 9 to 18. 3.95 to 7.95 Strutter cloth Wool we will accept ointments for ence of those evening a the Eon veni who cannot come during the daytime. A Mcvea Beauty Baloh i 26 n. First Arcadia phone Atwater 7-3841 skirts. Originally 4.95 to 8.95. Iran 2,95 to 5.95 Good colors in wools or Rayons. Coats reduced on i j to 18.fi and 19.95 by a few of these Coats left. Sweaters priced Long or Short sleeve. A hover or Cardigan. 13 to a off fitted or floppies. Raincoats you la like these. Priced styled like Hie c i. Bows. A off costume jewelry pins and earring from beat designers. Al Price shop of Santa Anita 124 e. Huntington bh., Arcadia Tum fat. A i Quot Jufim question How can i keep Tho gears in my car in Good working order altar society meets for luncheon today members of the altar society of Fife Church of the holy Angels will meet in the Parish Hall of the Church at 12 30 today for a potluck luncheon followed by tile regular business meeting this is the second meeting of the year. Dining the afternoon several chapters of an appropriate Book will be read aloud to the group by one of the members. Indiana data the average Indiana Motorist in 1042 drove 8.440 Miles and used about 497 Gallons of gasoline for an average of 17 Miles to the Gal Ion according to statistics recently forwarded to the automobile club of Southern California. P0r driving exclusive of out of state travel Hoosier motorists used 386, 703,000 Gallons of gasoline. R your old living room furniture answer make sure the transmission and rear Axle gears on your car get the special lubricants they need. We flush and refill our transmission and rear alb with the right lubricants. Bill Sti Ehrmann knows How take care of your car. 21 years experience Ile repairs All makes of cars and trucks. Stuehrmann service 31 k. Foothill blvd. Arcadia Pennzoil and lubricants Union Oil i we repair any make car and guarantee Complete satisfaction. To. Quot eee estimate just Peone at 2-8479 cd 3-1271 guaranteed work reasonable hundreds of samples to select from. Free advisory decorator service. Prices free p5ck-up and delivery. Complete retie Ano refinish pcs at no extra Cost. Year to pay i furniture company Alhambra open every eve. Until 9

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