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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - February 11, 1938, Arcadia, California Friday february la 1038 Arcadia daily Tribune in a i Quot Quot re a >0 a a Aal notes Lois Sharkey local clots activities a is crowd attends americanism meeting last night a splendid program the introduction of Many visitors and an attractive social hour highlighted last nights of ten americanism meeting of tile Glenn Dyer american i leg Ion auxiliary no. 247. Held at the legion Hall on North first Avenins tile auditorium was filled with rested members and guests p Al Many escorted a Jive escorted to the front and introduced were mrs. Helen Scofield past president of the auxiliary and 18th District americanism chairman Richard Krebs commander legion Post a. C Hoffman City councilman mrs. Stella Brook Over president of the Arcadia unit . Auxiliary mrs. Smith Gold Star Mother mis. John a Ranshaw first vice president of the Arcadia woman a club or Coombs principal of first Avenue school mrs. Coombe president of the Par ent teacher Council mrs. Elsie Porri principal of Holly Avenue school Albert Adcock americanism chairman of the legion Post mrs. Scott president of the Puente unit and two members mrs. Terry president of the Rosemead unit and 2 members and several members of the Monrovia auxiliary. Splendid program Burr macintosh guest speaker held the undivided attention of his listeners As he brought a Fine talk on americanism or. Macintosh. I known As the a Friendly philosopher by his radio audience gave several Points of Good advice on living True americanism. He urged the in i Glon Nares to keep striving toward the goal they have set reminded them never to give up in their efforts for peace. In his recipe for happiness and general Well be i big a i. Mac advised his listeners to keep their troubles to themselves a for nobody else likes to hear about them he stated that if everyone at the end of each Day could truthfully say that he had done one Good deed. Had not done anything intentionally wrong then there would be no need for worry about National and International of . He concluded his talk with several Short poems. Boy scouts tying in tile Celebration of boy scout week with the americanism program several Arcadia boy scouts appeared last night George Peck Ham of troop 2 favored with a piano Solo. 2, gave a Fine talk on Lincoln a Man who lived Many years before the Advent of scouting but who lived up to the scout Laws each Day. Business meeting during a Short business meeting with mrs. Dorothy Carver president presiding the auxiliary voted to buy 1300 poppies for the poppy Day Sale in May. Albert Adcock announced that the legion Post will hold its open americanism meeting of i rat Avenue school on Friday evening february 18 refreshments tin evening concluded with die serving of Coffee sandwiches and cakes to All present. The table was Beautiful with red White and Blue decorations of cellophane novelties and tall candles. Mrs. Anne Lockwood americanism chairman j and min Mable Stubbs National defense chairman were hostesses for the evening. Their committee 1 included mrs. Ellen Norris mrs Edna Goldberg mrs. Lyda Harper mrs Ruth Covell it Grace Cullen mrs. Eunice Griffin and mrs. Helen j Scofield. Valentine party on birthday miss Barbara Bradford Perkins drive Arcadia was honoured on her 1 13th birthday by a Valentine party. There was a great Deal of merriment Over tile Valentines that each girl present was Given and a service of refreshments added to the evenings pleasure. Present were Betty Jane Smith 1 Beth Needham Sally , Betty Sam oils Barbara Cuci Shott and Marcella Smith of Arcadia fences Burge of Monrovia and Caryl key of Sierra Madre. Complete dance plans at sorority meet final plans for next saturdays Semi formal dance at the Montebello country club were made at wednesdays meeting at the Theta Phi sorority at the Home of Jessie cog and a brother 179 Golden West ave., Temple City it was the first meeting that the pledges attended and their officers for the three Mon to is pledge ship were elected with Ellen Good. I 1 president Ruth Becker vice president mrs. Genevieve Nutter Secretary and Marge Malin treasurer after their business meeting Theta Phil a enjoyed playing cards. Delicious refreshments were served with Jessie Cogan and Cleo sat the y As hostesses. Those present were Ester Wood Ward mrs. Charlotte Grey Sara Hyatt Jessie Cogan Thora i Merman Dorothy Mitchell mrs. Margaret Dobbins Lenoraa Mitchell Zoula Mae St. Clair Grace Ward. Allene Haviland Catherine Miller Marie Overton Dorothy Ebert Joan Lemack mis. Dorothy snuggle Cleo Sattley and Rowena Crandall Ellen Good. Mrs. Genevieve Nutter Ruth Becker and Marge , in Monrovia contest play to be presented Robert Dinamore Young Monro vim will act As toastmaster Assembly regular presbyterian Young Peoples / j Banque to tit St of. My cd j pfc Teu a play entry Lent. P apr Monr Otla Iron la Onn dlr Binh re. B Haw. a a Assembly Tum Day negro speak. Morning tile Pasadena com my n this banquet who co in Moi it >181 m of v mrs. Norris is honoured at dinner Bridge Federated Council meeting february 14 pcs Genevieve Nutter Eastern Star meet in stated session Celebration for or. And mrs. at a Din wednesday eve Lincoln a Well Stu Vin Negani a. Nor named King wish sing Monrovia Rio Wail refi Resen fit it k try playhouse Isi Gheen ? Monrovia enc Ponsor of the con will have judges in the Audi Dunn the performance. They entertained their Home. 1503 several South . 471 club slates food Sale tomorrow Home made cakes pies Rolls cookies delectable meat loves and a great variety of Quot one dish meals Quot will be on Sale tomorrow morning at to of clock at the West Section of the Market Basket and at the spartan Market on Baldwin ave. This homemade food Sale is in charge of the 471 club of the Arcadia Oeh. Entertaining brother from St. Paul Ray Spencer and his son Don of St. Paul Minn have recently arrived in Arcadia to spend a few weeks visiting with mrs. Spencer smother mrs. Of m. Spencer and his sister and brother in Law or. And mrs. Eugene Harpole and family on Arcadia Avenue. Visiting in Monrovia miss Elizabeth Chandler. 1704 s 2nd Avenue is the House guest of mrs. Phil Richardson of Valle Vista Avenue in Monrovia. A prophecy fulfilled won acclaim and recognition in miss Wil a Mac Roberts Ria ugh Lei of or. And mrs. B. I., Roberts Oiel Nido Avenue Monrovia. Miss Roberts graduate of Mon Rolla Arcadia Duarte High school 3i Cias. A senior at the University of Redlands in Competition with 38 Young women atom colleges and universities in Southern California won first place at tile Pasadena College last saturday. Second and third places were achieved by students of Uso and Urcla respectively. Miss Roberts is majoring in speech and dramatics and intends to make that her work a a a Marigold gardens will be the scene of festivities february 22 when the pistol team cd the Temple City sheriffs sub station have a dance there. It is open to the pub i lie. A a a worthy Matron Luceille Ember son and a group of her officers of the Monrovia Eastern Star will motor to the Glendale Eastern i Star this evening. Founders Day theme of it a Beverly la Quot hire pro Reg As Cynthia. And Jack .4tinc. As a a Miny. Provide the love int Rem with a quarrel Over a stuffed Squirrel the comedy written Fly int la than. Then proceeds to Rev twi about the trials of the elderly couple portrayed by Rosemary Paden and Arodd Clark who Sec to Patch up the trouble by using their former experiences. V Clark As the year old to of pm town and with and Creaky actions i an outstanding in Ter Pix Sweet faced sixty a typical m a West it Leaky voice developing it Ion of his elderly character according to mrs. Carolyn Doty director. Rosemary Paden is a Tricky domineering grandmother Rodney Hunter is student director and Ruth Knud son will serve As stage manager. Pledges welcomed into Theta Phi 2 cd Eleanor Roosevelt Washington last night we. Held the last state dinner of the Seaway be Walton also of troop j son Given in Honor of the speaker i a i House and mrs. Bankhead after it we had a delightful concert i Paitie ulary enjoyed or. Carl Fried bergs selections. He played Chopin a Nocturne in f. Sharp and i the Waltz in c. Sharp minor both of which Are favourites of mine. The Drane Sisters who play the violin and miss Lois Bannerman who i plays the Harp ale charming Young j artists and make a most pleasing picture on the stage. Youth is a1 j ways appealing and when you add i Talent plus Beauty and Charm you j Are sure to have a sympathetic a 1 Zience. Sewing machines new amp used expert repair be reasonable c Harges no charge for inspection Singer co. In Monrovia 106% let. Colorado phone 2503 a sportsman new cocktail lounge now open to Public at popular prices. 1452 Huntington or. Monrovia h it it w x x be sure your next used car is . Amp 0. Money Worth used car handled exclusively by Mcdonald amp of Boyle established 1924 Chevrolet and Oldsmobile 209 e. Foothill Monrovia Senorita Montalba who danced for us had fire and rhythm in every movement. Her costumes were enchanting and if my own reactions were at ill those of my guests i am sure All had a pleasant evening. Oui perfect Spring weather continues. I spent an hour and a Quarter Riding along the Potomac this morning and returned to a Large formal luncheon. One or two army guests were Laid Low by accidents or illness. One of them sent me a poem which i much enjoyed and read to the assembled company. I am quoting it Here not because it is great poetry but because i think you will get As much amusement out of it As i did. Quot i a lived for your luncheon Date of late dancing Marigold gardens 4 % i. East of Santa Anita on foothill till i fell on the ice and cracked my Pate now erne banged up in Baltimore and i cannot keep the luncheon Date. My Emily Post i need to read to know How to write about a feed but Emily posts in Washington and her Good precepts i cannot heed it i give up my skating yen and leave the ice to the younger Gene when i get Back to Washington please done to heed Emily but invite me you May be sure an invitation will be awaiting this particular guest on her recovery. This afternoon the National youth administration advisory committee is meeting Here at 4 00. After a cup of Tea we will go Over to the presidents office for the annual meeting with him. Here the committee has an Opportunity to bring up any questions which they think should come to his notice and he has an Opportunity to ask any questions which Are on his mind. There Are two representatives from youth groups on this committee. Yesterday i had the Opportunity of meeting one of our n. Y. A. Boys who has been chosen As a Rhodes scholar. We feed the Honor reflects the calibre of Young people who Are taking advantage of the help which the youth administration eau give them. With founders Day the theme the regular monthly meeting of the High school . Was held this week. Mrs. F. B. Knox presided. After a Short business meeting mrs. G. E. Fetters gave an interesting talk on founders she traced the history of the High school . From its beginning until the present time. The past presidents which included. Mrs. Clyde Hitchcock mrs. E. O. Gray mrs. Fred Dorsey mis Victor Covell and mrs. G. E. Fetters were introduced and each pie seated with a Corsage. A delightful play under the direction of mrs. Thelma Laird Schultheis was enjoyed with the leading parts ably taken by mrs Lillian Davidson mrs. O. L. Sams and Fred Morath. A violin ensemble with Harold Scott leading played preceding the social hour. Mrs. Ray Mankins was chairman of the refreshments which i featured individual birthday cakes. I the tables were decorated with Blue and Gold. To Honor their pledges. They Phi sorority entertained with a Din i Ner at the Aztec hotel tuesday i evening. Following dinner there was a special candlelight pledge i ceremony and the new pledges i Rowena Crandall Ellen Good i Marge Malin Ruth Becker Rind i mrs. Genevieve Nutter were Wel a corned into the group. Members present were Barbara Hodgkins mrs. Charlotte Grey Zoula Mae St. Clair. Este Woodward. Mary Adair. Marie Overton. I mrs. Dorothy Joslin. Mrs. Gwen Cytron Joan Niemack. Allene Havi. I land. Grace Ward. Leola. Grace i and Margaret Mitchell and presi Margaret Dobby a a birthday mrs. Harry Norris Belt Adcock were Ner Bridge party fling when friends at 4th. Vav till Valentine favors at each cover the guests found their places at a cleverly appointed table decorated in the Gay Valentine Motif. After an evening at the Bridge tables mrs. Norris was presented with a Lovely gift from those present which included or. Norris or and mrs Walter Cornish. Or. And mrs. Arthur Nelson or. And mrs Walter Lockwood mrs. Emma Hainer. Mrs. Alrena Ellison and i t he hosts. Club members guests at dessert Bridge mrs. George Leitz entertained the members of her contract Bridge club with a Lovely appointed Des sort Bridge yesterday afternoon at her Home 610 Naomi. Those present included mrs. Eugene Harpole. Mrs. William Humphries mrs. Cedric Greer mrs. Andy Fletcher. I mrs. F. N. Spencer. Mrs. Robert 1 Hunter. Mrs. T. Howard Smith mrs. Crowford Nietzel. Mrs. Clar-1 once Wilcox mrs. H. J Armstrong. And mrs. E. F. Niday. And the i hostess. In Ciui Cill reef. A tin of tile presidents coun of i xxx Angeles Federal a will take place on Fob. 14. Lining Hall 2936 West 8th los Angeles. The meeting at 10 00 a. Rn., the hostess club being the Quot club of Good cheer Quot of Lew Angeles mrs. Dunean s. Robinson. State president will be the chief speaker and there will also be an interesting musical program. Members of the Eastern Star chapter 471, met this week in the masonic Temple for their regular stated meeting. Mrs Clara Roecher was chairman of the social hour following the meeting with mrs. Nellie Muller mrs. Florence Shearer. Mrs. Margaret Schnieder Mist Betty Ham and Thomas Slick assisting the Only decorations were i Spring a Flowers which entered the tables. Plenty of Money to build with in Arcadia amp Vicinity. Free service or arrangement of Loans free plan service our representative Ali will you need is a Clear Well located Calls without obligation. Lot. Ii. Ii. Knuth 359 Camino real Arcadia builders ii 15k j. Orchard Alta re. 689 the daily Tribune a business and professional directory m c radio store phone 2298 we repair All makes of sets 18 North first Avenue Arcadia office 2891 a phone a res. 2491 or. Bruce f. Sims physician surgeon Osteopath office hours 10-12, 2-5 evenings 7-9. Mon. Amp Fri. No. 7 Arcade bldg. Arcadia Coleman a variety opposite City Hall Day. Dent local new York guests visit the races or. And mrs. W. Elwood Brush of new York City were guests of miss Eva Reynolds tuesday for lunch and dinner. During the afternoon the visitors went to Santa Anita. Or. Brush and miss Reynolds were former employees of the american Law Book co. Of new York publishers of Corpus Juris and Corpus Juris Secunda Well known Legal encyclopedias. Loans notary insurance Dee m. Payne real estate 56 e. Huntington Arcadia phone Arcadia 2294 hours 9 to 5 evenings by phone 483 appointment or. E. W. Bellinger dentist no. 7 Laflamme Arcade old. 18 e. Huntington Arcadia Ethel c. Guinther chiropractor too n. First ave. Pm. 2813 next door to Post office syst Kais tax Hek Vick Fred Donkin Public accountant part time to it Ltd a pm Iii Vleeta id nil Serin i Security. Sale to and income to report. Rhone 441 Arcadia fl�?~-4 so. Viral Ava. Campfire girls Honor birthday of Helen Keister miss Helen Keister celebrated Lier 10th birthday at the regular meeting it the campfire girls yesterday at the Home of mrs. Grace b. Day. 763 Arcadia Avenue. Her fellow Camp fire girls miss Eleanor blown and miss Marian Fink baked her a gala birthday cake. The girls blew out the candles and toasted marshmallows. Besides the honoured guest and the cake Bakers the following were present Maxine Udley Nelle Day. Esther Bauer Charleen Stark Margaret grow. Barbara Hubner i Barbara Wheeler Betty Lou Hawkins and Eleanor Malin. For All your wines liquors Beers try the drive in liquor store Corner Santa Anita amp Hunt. Or. Orders delivered pm. Arc. 360 ask us Bow you can secure a Cash Reward for Safe driving. We protect you against damage suits in one of the largest and strongest companies in the business in a company v. Till nationwide service. S. V. Schermerhorm Agency general insurance Arcadia disposal co. 56 e. Huntington or. Phone 2294 collections mondays and thursdays 50c a month Carl f. Bass optometrist phone 585 hours 9 to i examination by appointment 50 % e. Huntington Arcadia or. T. H. Smith dentist hours 9 to 6 a phone 2630 evenings by appointment 671 w. Duarte Road Arcadia tested by time service Quick Cash Loans 20 mos. To repay a no co signers no endorsers. All transactions confidential. Lowest rates and your own terms. Casey Healey pm. Monrovia 115 315 w. Foothill in the Aztec 146 e. Huntington or. Arcadia Calif. Pm. 547 permanents at prices to Sitt every purse West Arcadia Beauty shop phone 494 Adeline v. Gagnon 1204 Baldwin John f. Houlihan draperies a venetian blinds upholstering 124 e. Huntington drive phone 517 or 798 or. Grace Cullen chiropractor Telephone 2504 hours 9 a in. To 5 p. In. Evenings by appointment 225 s. First Avenue Arcadia George h. Stevens watchmaker watches clocks and diamonds watch clock and jewelry repairing 678 w. Quarte Arcadia Leroy Anderson Frank l. Kostlan attorneys at Law 51 e hug. Or. Pm. Arcadia 2785 510 w. Sixth St., los Angeles pm. Trinity 8221 or Tucker 1378 wednesday saturday nights canons music makers saturday philos Harmony Garden orchestra gentlemen 50c ladies free take a year to pay modernize your present furniture without placing a Burden on yourself any 2-piece set upholstered including All fabrics and labor easy monthly payments on our budget plan phone for samples shown in your Home Eastern upholstering shop 1128 West main St. Alhambra phone at 2-5502 s29.sc typewriters adding machines Cash registers duplicating machines sold a rented a repaired Large Stock to choose from filing cabinets and supplies for your office Alhambra typewriter shop phone quantic 2-4831 is South Garfield Avenue Alhambra i a it. 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Job printing Arcadia daily Tribune 104 n. 1st ave. Pm. 2131 Street and driveway improvements of All kinds Flash Flash Roberta frock shop 62 w. Sierra Madre blvd. General contractor >31 s. Second Avenue phone Arcadia my jacks Quot a a of a a a for shoes styles graduate Ortho Peist we can order any make of 502 s. Myrtle ave Monrovia Calif. A Ray shoe firmed shoe to fit your fool prompt and economical financing on Hsihe 1.0 an ii greater Arcadia building loan association 118 East Huntington or. Telephone r bankruptcy Sale our time is Short the end is near. Hurry hurry done to delay take advantage now offering this entire Stock of High class merchandise of dresses hats corsets hosiery. Brassieres House gats House dresses and All others priced phone sol s. V. Schermerhorn Agency ke4l estate a 146 general insurance East Huntington or notary phone min. Sunshine pro cleaners pm 22tt we Lead in Quality and service tailoring attorn. 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