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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - February 7, 1939, Arcadia, California Tuesday february 7, Ihm a a int Arcadia daily Tribune Page three social notes local cow lib Marjorie Hesse or. Ani mus. Sunda entertain informally # a entertaining at their first informal party Ainee moving into their Home at 2881 Lincoln Avenue in Altadena. Or. And mrs. Lewis Honda received guests from Arcadia Mon i Vin and South Pasadena unday evening the Sundas were married last month. Or. Sunda is formerly of Arcadia. Young Peoples club to have Cari party the Young Peoples club of the Church of the holy Angels will hold a card party at the woman s clubhouse 324 South first Avenue next tuesday evening february 14, at 8 of clock. The Public is invited. Games of Bridge 500, pinochle and bunco will be played. Arcadia ols Calendar authentic version of show life portrayed in play portray roles in annual play i b car 7 Lambda Chi sorority a Ting at Home of miss aide roosevelt., president 31 flits Colorado. Dinner at 5 30 p. In. To lie followed by business meeting. Now playing a the Cowboy and the lady Gary Coope Merle Oheron Patsy Keli a also i up tile River Presto is Boster to by Martin Stamato a a Nancy Drew detective a with Bonita Gra John i february 8 card party Spon a ored by newly organized elks Emblem club of Monrovia elks club lounge 8 p. In. February 9 Lions club of Arcadia weekly luncheon be Derby inn 2 p. In. February 8�?theta Phi meets at Home of miss Hodgkins. February 9 general welfare pension club meets at City Hall auditor Tim at 8 p. In. February Ion St. Valentines Des a Ert Bridge luncheon Given by Lead Erss and associates Council of St. Luke a girls Friendly society at i p. In. In Parish Hall. February 14�?card party Spon if and that if deserves capital letters some Wise old Crystal Gazer with a perfect batting average and a tendency toward Low rates could solve the a a Fame and fortunes a Riddle it would save ii few million embryo ladies of the footlights considerable anguish. A stage door a cum it Pasadena Community playhouse stage attraction gives tile authentic Edna Fer Ber George s. Kaufman version of the Scurry without Benefit of Crystal. The laughs and tears the endless in most cases Chase from one producers office to another and the sorority indication of a few postponed meals Barbara Are All included in the Ferber Kauf Man comedy drama. So is the mixture of femininity and ambitions portrayed. A stage door a with Ralph urmy directing and a cast of 32 players Lead by Catherine Lewis Frank Wilcox Mabel Albertson Beverly Wallace James Seay Julie Kingdon and Margaret Woodfield is proving a Complete diversity in a season Laden with variety at the Pasadena institution. Close of the current run at the playhouse is slated for saturday february 18, with Christopher Morley so where the Blue be j i m pud Iva. I icy n Lviv a sorted by the Young Peoples club gins scheduled to follow on tues of the holy Angels Church at arca i Day March 21. Dia woman a clubhouse at 8 p. In. J 44 february 15�?california horse men inc., open meeting at City Hall auditorium 7 30 p. In. February 16 Lions club dinner at masonic Temple 6 30 p. In. February 16�?theta Phi party at Tomaine Tommy a in Las Angeles february 21�?�?~�?~father and scout dinner at Arcadia woman a club 6 30 p. In. Man to remember Anne Shirley Edward Ellis american legion auxiliary reports activities i the american legion auxiliary is i sponsoring a patriotic program at the pantages theatre in Hollywood i next sunday morning at 9 of clock. I the Monterey Park drum and Bugle i corps and the boys band will be a feature of the program. Radio chairman Esther Gregory of Sierra Madre announced that on the fourth saturday of each month at 3 of clock the 18th District will have a broadcast of interest on stallion Erkd. The committee in charge of the Christmas baskets reported that 527 baskets were distributed by the county Council meeting at the patriotic Hall in los Angeles last Friday. Adum education a Lew by mrs. Mary Moore chairman mrs. M. M. Sachet honoured on birthday mks. w.l1ms. A chinese court lady a Quot it tie daughter Ann Willis a coolie Are both cast in Ara Man nights Quot Pasadena Junior leagues annual children # play in the Pasadena c Ivic auditorium Friday evening february to at 8.15, and saturday february la at 2 30. Many other Small daughters of the league members Are to be in the coolie chorus with Ann. Adolescent problems there were 26 fathers and mothers present at the first meeting of the in adolescent problems which met for the first time at the first Avenue school on wednesday of last week. Mrs. F. A Marshall is the Leader of this class and it will be conducted As both a lecture and a discussion group with ample time Given for questions. Mrs. Marshall has had a great Deal of experience with this Type of work and will give something worthwhile at each meeting. This course will consist of eight meetings which makes the Clasing Date coincide with the closing of school for the easter recess.1 each evening s work will be a separate unit so if you Are not Able to attend each one come to As Many As possible Anc come prepared to help others and be helped with your own problems with children of any age. But especially the adolescent. First Avenue school wednesday evening at 7 30. Sewing Are As Many As should taking advantage of the Opportunity which i mrs. Strong s classes offer to make their own or their children s clothing under expert guidance these classes meet on monday tuesday and Friday at the City Hall from 9 until i and at the Holly Street school on thursdays from i until 5 p. Rn., and anyone with sewing to do is Welcome. Pre school Croci As we should to got the most out of life Call Atwater 7-2760 if you would be interested in joining a class in the study of diet and food values. First Aid remember the red Cross first Aid course is meeting on monday evenings. Join now while the work is just starting and learn to be of help in emergencies wherever they May arise. A certificate is granted on completion of the course by the red Cross. Camera club to present lecture on color process a arabian nights to be presented As annual children a play in Pasadena civic auditorium the Junior past i Ellison National news chairman Mary Ann Sorenson and past commander of county Council or. Starr. Or and mrs. C. Lawrence Wash the los Angeles municipal court has Burn of Santa Anita Oaks Are among written some of the lyrics an who Are making up parties for flee that has become traditional the premiere of Quot arabian with the annual Junior league plays. Speakers at this meeting included Pasadena Junior i the takes it seriously for when resident. Pauline Day Evenmo a Prasad Vic guests first with dinner at a a to to two cast husbands John con Home to Pace out the meter neb whose wife plays Ali Quicksill the Friday night performance Vee the inventor and Cleland Bax i begins at 8 15 and tickets May be Ter whose wife is the talking Bird i secured at the Fox office. Sycamore Are included. Others Are or. And 2-2031. The matinee saturday be mrs. Walter Lawrence or. And mrs. Gills at 2.30 pc lock. John Mace or. And mrs. William Davidson and or William Craig. Riddle solved to make a woman talk is supposed to be the easiest thing in the world but in a arabian nights a it federation notes mrs. June Webster District music chairman announces that the an presents problems that stump the Niaj voice contest of los Angeles Quot a a District. C. F. W cd a will be Fri i Khan of China the Shah of per Sia. And even the old inventor Ali quicksilver himself. As usual the o i one least expected is the one who Tegt will be pro Jay april 14, in the i solves the Riddle which is a so Sim Ebell clubhouse. Immediately Day. March 31. In the Catholic woman s clubhouse. The choral con / / / it w a n you la have belter cooking results youth find thai cooking is easier a and the atmosphere of the Kitchen As a whole will be much pleasanter with modern Gas appliances. The new ranges refrigerators and water Heaters Are As tidy As Bright new dollars. But More than that the entire Kitchen is easier to keep clean. For example new Type burners on modern Gas ranges leave pots and pans Bright Ami and so is the Kitchen a its All Gas equipped shiny scientific heat control eliminates rollovers and cooking Vapours. Broilers too Are smokeless. Have you inspected the new Gas Apt a ances lately you will find them a Quot revelation in cheery freshness. A dealer or your Gas company will be glad to discuss Kitchen modernization for your Home. Southern counties Cas company a Attra tiers for the 4 to Joss. Cooking refrigeration a water heating a House heating i pie that it is too hard to guess j the play was adapted from the i old arabian nights tales by mrs. Monroe Ward and mrs. Joseph Holt Rose whose 1938 hit a sky High a won the Samuel French prize. Mrs. Monroe has also won a French prize i for an Early Junior league childrens a play a the Golden Goose Quot which i with others of their productions have been Given by schools and by other leagues in the East and in i Toronto Canada. I under spell Peggy Koepfli mrs. Joseph who is the Princess that won t talk because she has been put under a spell by the purple Jinn mrs. Robert Rhodes once played opposite Robert Taylor at the Hollywood playhouse before he made his bid for Fame. He left in the midst of the production incidentally to make screen tests and was succeeded by Jon Hall then still an unknown As was Arthur Treacher now a a i verite screen Butler who was also in i the cast. I mrs. Koepfli played in Fox Pic Tures for a year appeared with the Henry Duffy players in a ten minute immediately following the february music conference on the 27th there will be a committee meeting to make plans for these contests and to decide on the judges. Any Federated club member or music chairman May attend according to mrs. Webster. The discussion of the fair labor standards act of 1938 will be continued at the february Industrial interests conference. To a. In., wednesday. February 8. In District Headquarters. Mrs. Leroy Anderson committee member will Lead the j discussion on the pro and con of the wage hours Bill assisted by All the conference. The second hour will Deal with Quot human motivations j of the worker and problems of management with mrs. Mabel Hyde Macfadden of South Ebell talking on profit sharing and mrs. Fronds Foote Cornelia club reviewing Mark e. Childs Quot this is mrs. Ellwood j. Mun gel of Whittier District chairman will preside. The american citizenship Confer an indoor place of meeting for j this group is again being sought since the boy scout Cabin cannot be used again until the roof is repaired. Are there any suggestions this group is one of the most worthwhile in the adult education pro Gram since it deals with the Little children in their most plastic period and the mothers who attend this group Are loud in their praises of i the Leader and the help which they receive. Meet at the Park this week and Hope for a warm sunny Day. Next week or. Hazel Merrick of the Oral Hygiene Section of the county health department will talk to the group on the problems connected with children s Teeth the food necessary to produce Good Strong i Teeth and the care of the Teeth. Or. I Merrick will bring some interesting exhibits to illustrate her talk and j she will be prepared to answer any. Questions about the subject of Teeth in general and More especially j i children a Teeth. Everyone is Wel-1 come at this and All meetings of this group. There is no charge. Come and bring a pre school child. New classes a new class in any subject can be formed at any time under the adult education department if a sufficient number will ask for such a class. Is there some line in which you Are interested that you would like to form a group to study How Many others can you find who Are also interested and will support such a class by their attendance no fee is asked Only cooperation As expressed by attendance one night a week for two hours. We have an excellent nutrition teacher available if Here is a demand for her work. If you wish to know not guess just what food value there is in the meals that you Are serving your family would not such a class be of value if we eat to live As we All must Why not Lim to eat As a feature of their monthly night meeting the camera club of the local High school will present a lecture on the Quot Kodachrome natural color process Quot wednesday evening. February 8, it was announced by Lowell Randolph president of the club. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 7 30 o clock in the Art room of the High school. Open to Public the lecture will be open to the general Public free of charge and All students and adults interested Are urged to attend. The lecture one of a series furnished by the Eastman Kodak com Pany of Rochester. N. A will be in illustrated with a variety of full color i slides and several Hundred feet of color film. Honouring mrs m m Sachet on her 86th birthday anniversary a dinner a. Given by Lier daughter and son in Law or and mrs. John Orr of 1127 Baldwin Avenue sunday evening. Guests of Honor also were the granddaughters of mrs Sachet Marjorie Backet and Marion Wallace whose birthdays came within the week. Covers were Laid for 31 relatives at two Large beautifully decorated tables. Miss Emma Orr and miss Rebecca Meyer assisted mrs. Orr As hash so. Tile evening s entertainment was supplied by music and a group of games. Junior woman a club to meet tonight the Junior woman a club of Arcadia will meet at 8 of clock at the woman s clubhouse tonight for a social gathering. Eleanor Lucas Gibbs president will preside at the meeting. Endorsed by authorities the Kodachrome process for taking pictures of objects in their natural Colross is practically the Only color process at the present time that is endorsed by All of the leading photographic authorities. Because the treatment of the film is extremely complicated the lecture will attempt to explain Many of the intricacies of handling and exposing it Randolph stated. Avoid sickness a keep fit with Massage attend011 men and to m regain you he an Normal Scionti Way poisons of a circulation a nerves by Jinet Baths Massage electrotherapy Taft Massage parlor Igi no. Magnolia ave. Monrovia Tei. 9973 hrs. To 5. Eves. By appt. A a a distance Call is personal. Its a Frieff ship builder. The Courtesy of a thank you Call makes a deep impression. This fast Clear economical service does not Quot just the constant Effort of the Bell system is to give you More and better service and at the same time keep rates Low. Southern California Telephone company 24 e. Huntington or. Phone at. 7-2101 Alibi Quot at Al Capitan and at tile once will be at District Headquarters i Pasadena Community playhouse. I to a. Rn., wednesday february 8. Another person whose dramatic mrs. Fishery Reynolds of Pomona i experience is invaluable to the District chairman will present Frank league production is mrs. Harold b. B. Belcher attorney at Law pres Landreth director and cast As she i Dent of the Las Angeles bar Asso a i Harazad the Story Teller. She is elation who will speak on a the sex i still on the Hollywood studio clubs tent of our Liberty depends upon i Board of management and was once How much we respect the i its president 1 Quot a great hymn writers and their hymns Quot is the title of the lecture recital to be Given by mrs. Grace Bush a lecturer and Coni Paser of note at the District Bible Confer ence to a. Rn., wednesday february miss Mary Jane Allen took High 8. In District Headquarters. Mrs. E. Prize and mrs. Frances Davis the h. Whitford District Bible chair Consolation prize when mrs. Elea Man will also have on the program no re Ott entertained the Bridge club mrs. Dorsey Mcbride Blate bib e at her Home last Friday evening. Chairman in a continuation it her besides miss Allen. Miss. Davis talks on the Bible which she Calls. And the hostess members present a history in the mrs t m. Were Dorothy Walters. Barbara pastel will give religion in the Geiger Edith Phillips mrs. Marie news a and mrs. Mary elder will via Ming and mrs. Dorothy Silvern continued on Page 6> her husband judge Landreth of mrs. Ott entertains Bridge club opening wednesday feb. 8th suck Dairy store 660 w. Duarte of bad near Baldwin / a feat u Rin g i Jilk and Cream Alfrom our own Herd a and Bucko a Home maid ice Cream butter / ranch eggs and All Dairy products Buck Dairy store cheese 660 West Duarte Road near Baldwin next door to Charles restaurant store hours 8 a. In. To 8 p. In., daily

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