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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - January 5, 1938, Arcadia, California Wednesday january 5. Arcadia daily Tribune big Ltd to it 33cr Lois Sharkey personals Genevieve Nutter popular comedy next on Bill at playhouse Bauk to its Birthplace in tilt Pasadena Community playhouse Patio comes a three men on a Hor Quot the untold Story of the Borning a now be told for the laugh packed comedy comes to the playhouse for a two weeks showing Jan. 4 to 15. A Back in 1932 a musical revue called a a Hullabaloo a was staged in Pasadena. Harold Hecht and Paul Gerard Smith produced the show and Smith s hands were More than full. He needed a Secretary assistant Ani Alex Yokel was the Man hired. Half of yorkers time was spent helping Smith and the other half was spent i the playhouse Patio on one of the Hen tables in the Patio Yokel would spread out an envelope full of scattered sheets a scattering which after revision binding titling and Sale became the famous Quot three men on a Yokel returned to new York after Quot Hullabaloo. Of v i n g up the Prospect of producing the comedy himself he sold his brainchild to George Abbott retaining for himself a share in the future prospects. Abbott called in John Cecil Holm and the play became one of the greatest Quot Money hits in theatrical history. And Back to Pasadena comes yokels Patio puttering. Attempted Heuie break at la Alta Street or. And mrs. W. R. Kanatzer 19 Alta Street newcomers in the City Are among arcadians who have been subject to attempted House Breaks in the past week. Or. And mins. Kanatzer were much upset when they heard some one in the rear of the House attempting to break in. They found the screen Cut and gave Chase to the would be buy liar who upon hearing the Kana Haar a took flight and escaped in a Dirk Alley. Filmy frock for dancers fart Barbara relatives visit mrs. S. G. Mckinnon her daughter and son and miss Katherine Coy of Santa Barbara spent the Holiday with mrs. Mckinnons Cousin mrs. Annabelle Sci Weizer Abd family mrs. Schweitzer is on the staff of Beckers dress shop. A thousand bows in pastel double faced Satin ribbon flutter gaily on this dance dress created by Arduse. It is of Champagne coloured silk net in Many layers and stiffened at the Hemline. The Bow idea is echoed in the drapery of the bodice. O. E. S. Contract club meets at Nesbitt Home taxi phone 2444 Arcadia taxi service Ernie Logan prop. Orders executed in All listed and unlisted securities stocks and Bonds Cooley Maddock so cold. 211-213 Bank of America bldg. Phone 76 mrs. Harry Nesbitt entertained at her Home on Hacienda drive yesterday afternoon for members of the Eastern Star social clubs contract Bridge group. Luncheon was served at one table entered with a bowl of Pink and White stocks. Covers were Laid for mesdames Martha Peterson Ruth Harpole Luella Phelps Irene Eastwood Helen Orchard Olwen Covell Bess Hoagland Harriet Leitz Clara Roecher Edith Bartron Gladys Murfett and the hostess. Contract Bridge was played Dur in the afternoon. Mrs. Murfett substituted for mrs. Martha Walshe. I return to Bay City after visit Here or. And mrs. Tom Williams and daughter Dorothy Ann miss Caroline Keely and Harold Chase formerly Pitcher for the Chicago White sox All of san Francisco have returned to their Home after spending the holidays As House guests of or. And mrs. H. J. Hackman of 920 s. Eighth Avenue. During their stay they attended the tournament of roses Parade and the races at Santa Anita. Rock finders to meet thursday evening tile girl scout Rock finders will continue with their interesting study thursday evening at the Home of mrs. Gray in Santa Anita Oaks. Or. Bauer is helping the girls with their work. Mrs. Gray is assisting mrs. Lubetkin with 2nd class badge work. Condition of mrs. Joblin reported improved mrs. Jessie Joblin who suffered a paralytic stroke several Days ago is improved it was Learned today. Mrs. Joblin makes Lier Home with her Dau Gaiter and son in Law or. And mrs. W. T. Mallory and their two babies at 735 Arcadia ave. Entertains at dinner and theater party miss Betty schermerhorn was hostess last night to three of her friends Mac Lla , Barbara Bronson and Elinor Scoville entertaining them with a delicious italian dinner at Lier Home on Genoa Street. The table was set with Bright pottery and lighted tapers. Later the four friends enjoyed a yes my Darling daughter a starring Florence Reed at the Biltmore theater. Enro Ute to Australia or. Frank w. S Ratley. Retired banker of Toronto Canada and Uncle of or. Stuart Mcnair of Santa Anita Oaks has arrived at the Pacific club Long Beach via steamship from new York through the Panama canal to California. Or. Stratley is on his Way to visit in several australian and new zealand cities and will return Here to be the guest of or. And mrs. Mcnair some time in March. Missionary group meets tomorrow miss Eleanor Ewing Pacific coast Secretary of the Board of National missions will be the speaker at tomorrow afternoons meeting of the woman a missionary society to be held at the Arcadia Community Church. The spiritual life group will meet at la a. Rn., it was announced today. Box luncheon will be enjoyed at 12 30, with mrs. Horace self As hostess. Mrs. Robert Bruns will be in charge of devotional. The afternoon program will Start at 2 o clock. Spends Day with mrs. Richards or. And mis. Quot Frank Grote of Long Beach made a business and pleasure trip to Arcadia yesterday. Mrs. Grote spent the afternoon visiting with mrs. Harriett Richards at her Home 480 West Huntington drive. Or. Grote attended to business affairs and visited old friends in West Arcadia. Historical play to be Given All play goers of Arcadia will be especially thrilled with Quot the first first lady a an historical drama of Early Days being Given Jan. Roll 12, 13 by theatre americana of Altadena in Altadena recreation building at 8 30 p in. Written by Bam Elliott author of Many successful plays leading roles Are in capable hands of professionals from stage and screen and include Nelson Leigh who played the Chr stus in Hollywood pilgrimage play the last two years Elena Wolfskill leading lady to William Thornton a shakespearean Guild of America and Allan Conrad juvenile screen Star. Gala performances Are being planned for each evening with Large representations from the numerous California societies and clubs in the county attending in Masse and in costumes of the Spanish period. Arcadians guests at party or. And mrs. Paul and miss Dorothy Sands. 620 Palm drive and or. And mrs. Joseph Franco were arcadians who attended a Buffet supper in Monrovia sunday afternoon at 5 of clock at the Home of or. And mrs. Celso Polverino on w Cypress ave. The engagement of miss Ann Polverino to Alfonso Franco was announced during the supper. Frank Kennedy leave for Hove in Illinois or. And mrs. Frank Kennedy who have been spending the holidays with or. Kennedy a sister mrs. Mueller and his Nephew and Niece. Or. And mrs. Tom Slick at 1015 Baldwin Avenue have just left for their Home in Peoria Heights Illinois. Enro Ute to their Home they will spend some time sightseeing at interesting Points. Homes in Tho a professor at of technology built for or. Giving Cou get in red Cross instruction a course in red Cross instruction will be started thursday at the girl scout Little House in Pasadena. Mrs. Helen Lubetkin. Mrs. Withers. Mrs. Betty Nietzel and mrs. Bradford. Arcadia leaders Are planning to attend. Two new Homes in Santa Anita Oaks among new Homes being completed in Santa Attila Oaks Are those of or. James Ellis of Glendora and or e. D. Nickel of los Angeles. The Ellis Home is being landscaped at present and promises to be one of the most Beautiful among the Many Oaks or. Ellis is California Institute the House being Nickel on tile Corner of Rancho i Road and Hacienda drive has Many unique and charming Fea j turns a one being the finishing of each room in a different Wood. Or. J Nickel expect s to occupy his new Home some time during the Winter j chatter by Helen Raitt the movies on first Avenue mean that they ran out of Apple pie at j Pitts cafe and Luba Den Burg got some More autographs Tor her a1 j bum. Which reminds us that j monday was mrs. Pitts birthday j ,. And that a stray horse was re j ported to be wandering around the j Yard at 320 South second Avenue 1 yesterday. A a and a Young boy ran away from his Home in Van Guys j this week but gave himself up on the same Day Over at the Arcadia police station he said that he d like to go Home. New years is usually a grand night Mare for folks in the Sun Gabriel Valley. After celebrating until the wee Small hours of the morning they have a it get up and either take the kiddies or that aunt from Kansas who a never seen it. To the Parade and then perhaps go to the races or the football game visit a few open houses and by monday they re ready for the Hospital. Next year its All going to be different. Really different and we console ourselves with this thought j in 1938 new years eve comes on saturday night but no new years Parade until monday. We notice in the police depart j mentus report for the Mon h of december that there Are twelve a i rests for drunk driving and twelve i convictions for the same. The i Public can to complain at that rec Ord. I also read that during december there were 65 jail and 89 i meals served. A wares return from Phoenix or. And mrs. Harlan Ware of Santa Anita Oaks returned this morning from Phoenix Arizona where they found their friends Frederick a re it Brennan and mrs Brennan out of danger and resting comfortably at the Phoenix Hospital the Brennan were seriously injured in an automobile Accident near Wickenburg about 70 Railes from Phoenix. Or. Brennan suffered a broken Collar Bone de Ltd Cut on the forehead and a possible broken jaw. Mrs. Brennan escaped with cuts and bruises and both Are suffering from Shock. As soon As they Are Able to be moved the Brennan will return to Hollywood. Guest leaves for Home in France Sierra Madre news notes or. And mrs. Joel Taylor or284 Hacienda drive entertained on new year s Day for a group of 18 los Angeles friends. Mrs. Ort Ion of Paris who has been a House guest at the Taylor Home flus sailed for her Home in France. Kerlan Seitz returns to Missouri mrs. Kerlan Seitz who has been visiting at the Home of his sister and brother in Law or. And mrs. Harlan Ware 271 Arbolada drive Over the Christmas holidays has returned to teachers training col. Lege at Kirksville Missouri. New years party or. And mrs. Leslie Knoblaugh 275 Hacienda drive entertained a group of 15 friends at a new years party. A continued from Page 2 sponsors lamp fire work a civic committee was organized this week that will have As its Especial charge the rapidly growing group of Camp fire girls which now numbers 24. The Parent teachers association has in the past been sponsoring the Camp fire activities but now turns the work Over to the civic committee which has miss Elizabeth Steinberger As president mrs. Johnson Irish vice president and or e. Of a Hitchcock As financial advisor mrs Roach who has done such admirable work us Leader will j continue in hat. Capacity but the group a grown so Large that the need for a second Leader is urgent. Mrs. Al s Myers president of the woman s club and mrs. Lee a Shippey have the matter of finding a second Leader in charge and Are interviewing Young women whose qualifications make them eligible for tile work. Girl scout troop 17 has court of awards members of girl scout troop 17 met monday afternoon for their troop court of awards at first Avenue school. Mildred Sanders was taken in As a new scout. Hostess badges were Given to Ida Lee Wheeler. Phyllis Ward. Betty Ann Lumpkin. Joellen Beckstrom and Patricia Schouten. Mrs. Withers and mrs. Bradford Are troop leaders. Visiting Friend mrs. Edward j. Browder of West Huntington drive is spending a few Days visiting i h a Freind in Glendora. A a colonel Hollomon declares we tried to jump the gun but our foot slipped and the gun shot the prices Down. Way Down. Tomorrow our store wide january clearance begins. Come. Save the Stock Speaks for itself. Prices yell. Bargains howl first come a first served till by us i Home furniture co. 115 e. Lemon. Monrovia phone 56 shakespearean drama on study course Quot Shakespeare mid the elizabethan drama will be offered As an Extension course for adults under the auspices of the University of Southern California at the Alhambra High school beginning wednesday. January 5, at 4 of clock. The Couse will be Given by or. V. Cheney Stevenson with degrees from England and new zealand universities. Or. Stevenson has produced Shakespeare for the stage has studied in London at the old vice and at Stratford on Avon the Home of Shakespeare also at English and scottish universities. Or. Stevenson will also give lectures on a Burns and this course will be Given at the Catalina Branch Library. Pasadena beginning wednesday january 5, at 7 of clock. Both courses give credit toward the bachelors degrees. Tile fee is $12 tuition per course plus a $2 registration fee. Three Quarter units of Credi is Given for each course. The first lectures Are free to the Public. Theta Phis meet tonight at St. Clair Home mrs. Margaret Dobbins will preside for the first time As president of Theta Phi sorority when members meet this evening at the Home of miss Zoula Mae St. Clair in Monrovia a social hour and refreshments will follow the business meeting. T.is-�1 j in of woman to Torrij j to. J announce meeting Date the Santa Anita Oaks association will have its next meeting on monday evening january to at the Home of or. J. M. Ackerman 262 Hacienda drive. C Hange address or. And mrs. Floyd Cummings have moved from 1000 South 8th into the property at 331 California Street. We Exchange furniture new and used 627 s. Myrtle Monrovia a continued from Page 2 the others Days that Ever were to be How different life might become but there was never any going Back. The few hours or Days or weeks melted into the great River of time but the Stream never ran quite Clear and True again. Quot there they Are Tam mused thinking of the old five sons company and the Little hotels in Tacoma and Seattle Portland and Stockton and Santa Rasa. A there Are those Days and night and ill always be the girl who lived through them girls learn lessons in this life but sometimes they re pretty expensive lessons would no to it be strange to be Able to lock Back across the nine years since i came Home and say to myself a you were stupid and Lazy and untidy and unpractical and hot tempered and impatient and everything else you have been but your weren to quite so far gone us to put consummate Folly Folly Tolly into your record a a Well no help for it now. In a just one of the Lucky ones who could put it All behind except in my thoughts a she mused Quot and tomorrow i m marrying the finest Man i Ever knew and he knows and so there a nothing to do but try to forget to be continued set for monday dedication of new fire Hall dedication of Arcadia s new fire Hall on South Baldwin Avenue will be held monday in an All Day program. It was announced this afternoon by fire chief John s. Eshel Man and fire commissioner c. C. Hoffman from 8 a. In. To to p. A. Quot open House will be staged at the station with the Public cordially invited to inspect the Hall. The actual dedication ceremonies wry mayor James r. Griffitts officiating will Start at 2 Oclock in the afternoon. The dedication originally programmed for last monday was postponed because of councilman Henry a. Seaman a death and funeral. Back from St. Louis or. And mrs. Stuart Mcnair 244 Arbolada drive have returned from attending the funeral of mrs. My i Nairas father at St. Louis. Coleman a variety opposite City Hall Pauline a knit shop 118 a it Myrtle Monrovia it Adit i _ electrical a a qui Priutt dependable so ervice 119 Vav. Foothill pm. 137 Monrovia Complete Floral service Fords House of Flowers Monrovia 515 w. Huntington pm. 215 Why not treat yourself to a Mai fineless permanent Given by one of our experts West Arcadia Beauty shop phone 494 Adeline v. Gagnon 1204 Baldwin try the new drive in liquor store Corner Santa Anita and Huntington drive for your Holiday liquors wines Beer orders Tiwu sred pm. Arc. 366 Arcadia theatre phone 2661 25c now playing Katherine Hepburn Ginger Rogers in stage door also Jane Withers 45 fathers selected Short subjects Bank of America notional Trust amp savings Sac elation California s Only statewide Bank condensed statement of condition pet Ember 31, it 37 c v Vav v yes when you Are away your nightly Telephone Call says that you Are Well not yesterday not an hour ago but non. The very inflection of your voice tells them that you Are Well. I heir Happy voices Tell you the same thing. So Thein calif0bkia Telephone company 24 East Huntington drive Telephone Arcadia 641 resources cosh la vault and in Federal Reserve Bank a a a a a a due bom Banka a a a a a a securities a1 the United state government and Federal agencies. A state county and municipal Bande and securities. Stock in Federal Reserve Loans and discounts. Accrued interest and accounts receivable Bank premises. Furniture. Fixtures and Safe Deposit vaults a a a a a a other real estate owned a a a a customers liability on account of letters of credit acceptances and endorsed Bills other resources a a a a a a a a total resources $1 liabilities capital. Surplus undivided profits a a a a a a a a reserves. Liability for letters of credit and As acceptor. Endorser or maker on acceptances and foreign Bills a a a a deposits commercial $565,180,178 47 savings a. 792.196.577.39 i. Total liabilities $1. $ 165.581.872j� 79.388.884.94 425.287,776.20 81.052.575.53 44,211.027.29 2.580.000.00 630.668.810.81 2.735,821.42 35.369.954.94 2.238.658.90 this statement include the liquid Attice i Niche. The la Lone a 23,386,618.99 870.092.73 493.373.094.64 $ 50.000.00000 36.000.000.06 23.104963.69 2,890.867.07 23.988 508.02 357.378.765.80 493.373.094.64 Ndola a gland. C. 4. Statewide 491 branches serving All California
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