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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - February 13, 1947, Arcadia, California Sock i Lites arcadians take part in Star ceremonies the birthday party of Eastern Star Melita chapter in Pasadena last wednesday was attended by the following members of the Arcadia chapter Margaret Hughes worthy Matron and her husband Leonard Elmer vide Patron and his wife Hazel Lellah Beynon and Olwen coven. Visiting matrons and patrons filled the stations and Elmer Vickna Flag hearer and Margaret Hughes filled the station of Martha one of the Star Points Leilah Bey non accompanied by Olwen Covel Sang an old Welsh song Quot Bells of Aberdovey a and Quot when my Honey sings an old time a office supplies a writing paper a greeting cards a honks a leather goods a Luggage Monrovia stationery co. 414 South Myrtle Monrovia phone Monrovia 10401 the skilled mind of your doctor. The skilled hands of our registered pharmacists. Combine to make every Advance of science work toward bettering your health. Engle pharmacy 34 East Huntington at water 7-Zutz wedding vows recited at Lovely Home ceremony in n Lovely Home ceremony i s Lois Jeanne Canfield daughter of or. And mrs. Grant w Canfield 15 Madison Avenue Monrovia said mar Page vows with Robe t a Barclay son of Harry p Barclay of los Angeles feb. 8 at 4 of clock in the afternoon. The Bride who wore a Light Blue rope dress and nose tip veil which fell from a Cluster of White camellias was attended by miss Shirley bae Mun Ell who wore a Grey Crep dress with a Corsage of Pink camellias. James seedy of los angelas seved the Groom As Best Man. Rev. N Milo Fiske officiated at the ceremony which was performed before an improvised altar of Almond blossoms and ferns. Stock Sweet peas camellias and Magnolia bios oms decorated the Interior of the can yield Home. Close friends and relatives were resell at the reception which followed the ceremony when the b id a and g Oom Cut a three tiered wedding cake Sui rounded with camellias. The Bride is a graduate of Mon Rovia Arcadia Duarte High school after which she attended Pasadena Junior College for one year. So was employed at the Bank of Amel Ira in Mon Ovia. Her husband served in the army air Cor for three years with la months overseas. I is now employed by the United Sta is pore try service in Arcadia and will Jive with his Bride at 412 East Huntington d Ive Arcadia. Call Atwater 7-2131 for want to taker cast of play members of the cast of the one act play Quot have you h ii your operation presented by the drama department of the Arcadia Woma is club in the on feb. 5. Reading lot to right mrs. Ray Allen Young mrs Gordon Doroth it Gamroth Din h Hera Morris nurse Allen mis. Paul Kennedy Flo Martin mrs. Roy Renne mrs. Murphy i j Luross the patient in no. 8, and mrs. E. J. Frentress nurse Harris. Tribune bulletin photo permanents soft and lasting Beauty is the key note of our Fine permanents. Make your appointment for enduring hair Glamour. Frosted Eske for cold wave Princess Beauty Salon 108 e. Duarte Road phone Atwater 7-3721 mrs. L. M. Principato prop. Tonight and every thursday Niht we Are open until 9 in. M. All available recordings the music room 219 North first Avenue phone Atwater 7-3777 Arcadia what does the future hold for your car up will your car continue to give you Safe transportation until it is possible for you to secure a new car the answer depends upon the care you give your present car. Don t take chances bring it to us regularly for our thorough and efficient service motor and electric Check inspection of All operating parts. Arcadia motors Frances r Farrell i t. Tom mat of service Ali. Makes of cars Arcadia Sierra mahr Lim Smith fit 4vp it a a it Ptim nor Atwater 7-2144 Puono Hester 5-42t free pick up and delivery Pathy v. Hen an ii i h Friend. I Murphy Mildred Kennett was Impi 1 pal Al min tv./. Ivy pc Mill drama department scores Success in one act play presentation Quot have you had your operation directed by mrs. Clifton Cline. And Given a1 the woman s club feb. 5, by the drama department of the club was truly professional and kept its audience in laughter from the time the curtain Rose on the Hospital room setting until members of the East had i Ikon their final curtain Call. Tile scene opened with nurse Harris Ethel Fren Cress preparing the bed for an expected patient. Mrs a Gordon played by Mary Young. Taj let care 0f mrs. Gordon a Hus the patient a. Ived and was ush j band which did nothing to prepare ared in by nurse Allen Clara mor t e patient of. Her ordeal rial and both nurses looked very Gordon was hopeful of Sam trim and efficient in starched uniforms and Caps. As nurse Harris prepared i. 110unc a the loquacious mrs. Minco Don for her ordeal Claver re a h Brogue that could have a tee was earned on by the pay a o f the Hoat do Lieut and Hor nurse and the droll g Che eng Tho Pahon. Down to Earth remarks of nurse Harris were very amusing. She preferred to talk o 1 mrs. Gordon was not ill Only suf a a it. Tim and All his afflictions Fering i rom an inferiority Complex and with her fave Ite axiom w a the Good lord wants he takes she bade her Friend a tearful Farewell when Dinah Caroline Gamroth forced her weeping Way into the Hospital room declaring Between i sobs that no one could keep her from her mistress when she was i dying mrs. Go Don showed signs of becoming quite alarmed at what was in store for her. The final Straw was the Callol the patient in no. 8 Lillian to s who surreptitiously came to visit the condemned and in a sepulchral tone of voice and corresponding make up explained that she had 1 had four operations so far and was always waiting for the Doc ors to leave their instruments behind. The patient with surprising Vigo leaped out of bed. Much to the Dis Tress of her nurses dressed and i left calling behind that she was i going to a luncheon. Fine direction All members of the cast were excellent in their portrayals and mrs. Clinger did a Fine Job of directing. She is the daughter of mrs. Albert Green who was originally scheduled to direct the play. Mrs. Clinger majored in dramatics at Brigham Young University and has had much experience in Amateur directing and acting her husband was a Captain in the mrs. Clifton Clinger her friends All had had operations and she Felt that to be a social Success she must have her operation. While she waited Loi the doctor friends were ushered in by nurse Allen to offer her Consolation. Friends a Riv army air corp and they have to fist to arrive was fio Martin _uj1j Bobby Kenned smart and Sola i tic at d ii Silver Fox who had a sceptical opinion of All doctors. Flo was profuse in her sympathies tor mrs. Gordon because of All the fun she was missing and her pacing remark was that she would Beauty Quot that a our business. Our Job is to bring out your a True our experts Are trained and experienced and they will prescribe the Quot right Quot treatment of your hair and skin. Special operators for evening service Mcvea Beauty Salon 2f> North first Avenue phone Atwater 7-3841 Young children hairy four and i Judith k. Two. They Are making1 heir Home with the parents of mrs. Clinger now bid arc bul Ding 1 their own Home in san Gabriel. Classified dept. Atwater 7-2131 Junior museum sponsored by Junior league j an announcement has been mad o the Junior museum which is being created in the Pasadena Art i i unite. It is being sponsored and i financed by the Junior league of auderia and will be set up in the 1 f. Place room in the North Wing of the Institute. The Junior museum will be for school children from the third Grade through Junior High school who will join the Institute As Junior members for a yearly fee of $1.00. By cooperating on the Junior museum the Art Institute becomes a partner in one of the fist project of its kind in Southern California. The idea has been tried in other sections of the country and has met with great Success. The j program to be followed will be this exhibits will be chosen arranged interpreted for children and Hung in their own . New exhibits will be Hung every five weeks. At least one yearly showing of children s works will be held. Entertainment on saturday mornings will include a carefully selected series of puppet shows plays movies and other programs of interest to children. I workshop activities will offer an i Opportunity to participate directly in the planning and assembling of i exhibits. The workshop will also encourage direct creative experience in various Media such As Clay Cray i on. Watercolour and Wood. Experts in i the arts and crafts will demonstrate j their techniques. All members of the Art Institute Are cordially invited to View the exhibits in the Junior museum on any week Day except saturday. New Teeth now pay later a amp i i exr tit 104 East Palm conf a Tuuu Moro via or i c am a a us successor to or. I. Ii. Ole Farewell part at Travis House for g. Peckham George Peckham ailed feb 7 of the Mahonia for the hawaiian islands lie will join tile staff of Hie new radio station pm i on the Island of Maul. Before he left Arcadia former schoolmates and friends in the High school c. E. At the Community Church surprised him with a Farewell dinner party Given at Travis House Las monday evening. When George arrived at Travis he Lound ins fiends Gall bedecked with colourful Hawaii leis and tropical scenes depicted at the Candle lit Tai is. Dancing followed the Chicks i dinner. Tho. E present besides the guest of Honor were misses hoi Wiese Nellie Hue hid. At or a Peck Ham Ronnie tie Ila Jeannie Mille Elma Griffitts Mary Ann Fox bet Goodwin Virginia Leslie and Patri Cia Morrison messes Wayne Carver Tom Needham Cia. Ton Oma hed. James Relph Charles Fox Dick Bowles Geo. Be Peckham Walter Harper Calvin Neehan Ray Peckham Orval Smith Willard i Hooker Fergus Steven a she it and or. And mrs. James Whiting. Afternoon meeting feb. 15 for alumnae Delta Delta Delta alumnae of Pasadena san Marino Arcadia and the surrounding area will hold an afternoon meeting a urday f b 15, at 2 of clock at the Home of mis Eleanor Homer 1216 Marengo ave Dup. Sou a Pasadena. Bridge will be the afternoons entertainment Ather than the usual speaker or musical program. The theater Benefit to be buld some time in Al ii be discussed of the business meeting. The time and place will be announced later. The proceeds of the yearly benefits of this sorority group have for some years been turned Over to China re Lief. Arcadia Tribune amp news thu i Day urn to rn7 5 Everetts go East ice us Eam or. And mrs. H e. Everett 14 californian consumed approx i a j j. I mat Clyod Gallons of ire Sycamore left Friday of new Yoi. ,. Cream la t year its compared to 38 City going by train through can million Gallons in 1045, Ada. I hey will be in the East Foi three week. New roses Bush and climbers fruit Trees peach Apricot plums Clr tree roses Good selection of colors. Arcadia Nursery 404 s. Santa Anita Acadia pm. At 7-2411 the Moore school 1625 s. Second ave. Pre kindergarten classes beginning at 2 years visitor always Welcome. For information Call at. 7-2202 bedroom suites 5 pcs. Beautiful blonde or Walnut from $179.95 Arcadia furniture company 37 e. Huntington drive Arcadia at 7-1130 Friendly. Courteous personal service Alberts entertain in Honor of artist or. And mrs. Richard Albert we e hosts at a cocktail party last saturday night at their Home 2719 Winthrop Avenue honouring Tho return of or. And mrs. Albert from a three months trip in of it a co. A i Albert is an artist am brought Home from Mexico about 30 Oil paintings. Others present a Tho cocktail party were messes. And Mes. Noel Tucker and Tom Black Burn of Burbank mis. Pauline Adams Downey Mike Green Anc Ralph Jennings of Alhambra. Now is the time to have your car placed in first class condition. We service All makes of cars t rained experienced mechanics to serve you motor tune up. Brake relining electrical service lubrication and All needed service done accurately. Quickly and at moderate Cost Santa Anita motors authorized Ford dealer 134 East Huntington drive Atwater 7-2763 Arcadia business needs women and girls typewriter repairing expert repairs made on calculators Cash registers adding machines bookkeeping machines free estimates prompt service Hughes typewriter service Monrovia 5619 s. Myrtle in a. Mon. 1-0591 place your order now for that new greater Servel for 1947 Only a Small Deposit is necessary. Ray g. Fortner appliances 120 East Huntington Atwater 7-5808 a about that old prescription or. Jones wrote for you two years ago. I he bottle is on the shelf in your Medicine Cabinet about one fourth full. It would be safer for you and your family to discard it. Someone might take it by mistake or a Cli i i cd May be attracted to it by the Bright color and do himself harm. Many medicines deteriorate after exposure to Light and air. On Long standing some compounds change tin in chemical Structure. Yes the Safe thing to do is to throw it away. If illness again overtakes you see your doctor. Bring his prescriptions to us for accurate compounding. Dwight r. Stoner prescription p a r a Cist Kings pharmacy 51 e. Huntington drive Arcadia California phone Atwater 7-285 73 Ca 0 v b on St. Valentines perfume 10.75 to 2.00�?T Bath Mitt Iso Sachet 1.25-toilet water 5.00 to 175-Sachet Pillow 125 a a \ cosmetics Street Fly Job Colorado at Parkway phone edit b 5311 �?T7 do Soto Plymouth

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