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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - January 18, 1938, Arcadia, California Tuesday. January 18, 1q38 Arcadia Daut Tribune Page Tine Lois Sharke Genevieve Nutt e r Pinn i guests or. And mrs William Hommes of los Angeles were sunday dinner guests of mrs. And mrs. Floyd Brunskol. 1122 old newest Avenue. This space is reserved for thou cons entertain at sunday dinner i or and mrs Flo Ber i Touchon i entertained friends and relatives i j with dinner on sunday at their i Home. A i7 Duarte Road. Guests were the hostess parents or. And mrs. Martin Satterlee and sister j mrs. Stella Byrne mrs. Fred Ben i net jr., 0 Hollywood mrs. Via Tanker. Mrs Mclaughlin and son and daughter from St. Paul mum. During the afternoon or. Ernie i Elliott and Small daughter of West los Angeles Lunier neighbors it the Tou hons. Paid a visit. Why not treat yourself to a act fineless permanent Given by one of our experts West Arcadia Beauty shop phone 494 Adeline v. Dagnon 1204 Baldwin 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 Loans notary insurance Dee m. Payne real estate 56 a Huntington Arcadia phone Arcadia 2294 hours 9 to 5 phone 483 evenings by appointment or. E. W. Bellinger dentist no. 7 Laflamme Arcade bldg. 58 e. Huntington Arcadia Ethel c. Guinther chiropractor too n. First ave. Pii. 2813 next door to Post office by stems tax service Fred Donkin Public accountant part time Brokkee Plisik nerdier in Lii it w All Solal Security sulta Mill income Tux report. Chile 441 a Mill in <124 so. Find ave. 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 5 examination by appointment 50ti e. Huntington Arcadia or. T. H. Smith dentist hours 9 to 6 a phone 2630 evenings by appointment 671 w. Duarte Road Arcadia or. Graci Cullen chiropractor Telephone 2504 hours d a. In. To 5 p. In. Evenings by appointment 225 s. First Avenue Arcadia John f. Houlihan draperies a venetian blinds upholstering 124 e. Huntington drive phone 517 or 798 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 George h. Stevens watchmaker watches clocks and diamonds watch clock and jewelry repairing 678 w. Quarte Arcadia i. N. Kendall m. D. Surgery gynaecology obstetrics office hours to to 12 2 to 5 evenings 7-8, except wednesday phone 2141 ii n. First ave. M be aliud put Street and driveway improvements As Ais Llave Ilni of a kinds general contractor �31 s. Second Avenue phone Arcadia z431 502 s. Myrtle ave Monrovia Calif. Graduate Ortho Peist a a Ray shoe fitting we can order any make of shoe to fit your foot i of it feet Jala j for shoes styles prompt and economical financing on Home Loans greater Arcadia association los East Huntington or. Telephone 4hsfi new and ladies tailor cleaning and alterations at Cash and carry g. W. Strauser 148 e. Huntington or. Phone 622 s. V. Schermerhorn Agency general insurance a real estate a notary 146 East Huntington or. Phone 547 Sunshine a a cleaners pm. 2262 we Lead in Quality and service tailoring alterations relining repairs Low Cash and carry prices 18 n. 1st. Arcadia 0. And d. Body works Auto painting a body and fender repairing Cor. Duarte Road and Baldwin ave., Arcadia phone arc. 439 violinists to make debut Southern California music lovers will have the Opportunity to hear two a a firsts on tile next concert pair of the philharmonic orchestra on january 30 and 21 Bola Kovic Brilliant violinist will make his los Angelus debut playing the first pad in cod t performance of the american John Alden Carpenter s Brand new violin concerto. Balokovic played the world Premier of carpenters concerto in Chicago three weeks ago under the Baton of or. Frederick Stock with the Chicago symphony. His performances was received most enthusiastically. Although born in Yugoslavia. Balo Kovic married an american girl. In the Short time he has been in this country he has won the plaudits of the most exacting critics for his masterful Talent. Other numbers billed for the pro Gram Are Quot two nocturnes a a a Clouds and a a festivals by Debussy the Quot Don Juan overture by Mozart and Schubert a symphony number 7. Gala Day at woman s club tomorrow federation officers will be guests tomorrow at the regular meeting of the Arcadia woman a club each club Section chairman to act As hostess to an officer. Mrs. John steams Thayer District president will be entertained by the club president mrs. Charles w Stewart. Who preside Over the Days activities. Miss Edith Dort of the High school faculty has been secured by mrs. Carl Randolph to bring a talk on current events at the luncheon hour. A splendid musical program will follow the business meeting with miss Betty Wetmore vocalist and mrs. Leroy Anderson violinist offering solos. A pageant emphasizing peace will be Given under the direction of mrs. Frances need Lam. Gilbanks entertain Arcadia friends Wool outfits for watching sports or and i taut tined with o j inn for members of Bridge club. Covens were marked Lor or. Douglas or and Mimi and mrs Harlan and mrs Ralph or Harry Nebi contract Bridge diversion. Gilbank ens a turds y ave their Arcadia at the tables and mrs Bruce i. De Trimble i Vanhorn or Bield. Or. And a the evenings birthday party at has sons a Trio of birthdays a the incentive for n dinner party Given by or and or c a Hasson at 5 of clock bund a \ afternoon at their Home 418 Huntington drive Cut be brants were mrs. A j. A son of Omaha Nebraska miss e sic Hasson and City clerk hurry Nesbitt. Guests Wen or and i georg1 Aldrich of Pasadena. Or. And mrs a. J Hasson of Omaha. Or and mrs. Harry Nesbitt. Or. And mrs. It d Koors. Or and mrs Chai Les Hamilton or. And mrs. A n Veiner or and mrs Ralph Ericsson mrs. Martha Waialua and miss Elsie Hasson. Attend party on birthday of Doris Wray mrs. M. Wray of 4 i s Ivy in Monrovia was hostess at a party of recent Date when she entertained Over Twenty Young folks at her Home in Honor of Lier daughter miss Doris Wray who was celebrating her 15th birthday. Those from Arcadia attending the party were miss Alberta Hamer James Wagner and Basil Zimmerman. New employee mrs. Virginia May of California Street is now a regular member of the staff at the Arcadia Beauty Mart operated by co owners Lillian Mccrea and Madelyn Loomis on East Huntington drive. Washington a some children Are really remarkable in the Way they met whatever is expected of them. My grandson Bill whom i Haven to seen since last Spring was expected to meet me and Greet me with warmth and to my Complete Surprise he did. He and his Mother always give me a Christmas present together. This year i was not in the White House when they arrived and it was packed up by mistake and taken Back to Philadelphia. We had no sooner started the car than i handed Bill some books which i had brought and he said with a charming smile a we brought you a present his Mother had to Tell him where it was and he rummaged until he found it and handed to me. With the greatest of interest. He watched my every move As i opened it. I knew having watched Many other children thai he had completely forgotten what the present was and therefore was just As curious As i was to see the final wrappings come off. Nothing is More charming than a spontaneous healthy Good natured child. I m sure Bill s smile will always provoke an answering one. A number of guests arrived in Washington on saturday. Baron and Baroness be Grange who Are Over Here from France and whom ii Complete Floral service Fords House of Flowers 515 Vav. Monrovia Huntington pm. 215 sewing machines new amp used expert repairing reasonable charges no charge for inspection Singer co. In Monrovia 106. E. Colorado phone 2503 it is always a pleasure to see Hartley Howe and or. And mrs George Carlin and four children i always enjoy having children As my guests in the White House for they Are so enthusiastic and really interested in All they see. Our old friends Bishop and mrs. Oldham of Albany or. And mrs. Nathan Straus and miss Grace Falke also dined with us on saturday night. The president is going to have a special press conference on monday to Tell of the plans for the fight infantile paralysis Campaign and to open it by paying the first Dollar membership. I i there Are three classes of membership you May become a person-1 a1 founder for $1.00, an honorary founder for $2.00 and a family founder for $5.00. I everyone with children will prob a ably want to be a family founder if they possibly can for though we i All Hope our children will be spared i the knowledge that Many children i spend months and years recovering i from this dread disease makes every i one of us anxious to do All we can i to put this new foundation in a i position to do the necessary research work and to extend help As it i is needed in every part of this i country. I i remember Well my sense of j helplessness last fall w Hen a to i Man came to me in a Small City in Ohio and told me there were no facilities for after care anywhere within her reach and she had spent All slip could afford on her i Small son. She had no Money to Send the child to warm Springs a or to any other Distant sanitarium and no Hope of improvement in her own locality.1 she was very bitter and i could hardly blame her know ing what my feelings would have been under similar circumstances i Hope therefore that this Campaign will be a great Success and i congratulate the workers who Are volunteering their services. E. R. Coleman a variety opposite City Hull Wool for Spectator sports Wear is selected by Priscilla Lawson and Virginia Grey so 7cen players. Priscilla is wearing a Black Wool dress with a Linna coloured Box coat lined in the fabric of the dress. The polka Dot Bow is taffeta. Virginia selects a banana coloured one piece dress with self but Fotis Down the front and interesting stitched pockets. The tiny Collar and exaggerated shoulder treatment is interesting. She wears a Baum Marten Quot Boxie coat Lier Brown Felt hat has a suede trim to match the dress. Pan hellenic to plan Benefit at meeting discussion of plans for their annual Benefit will be held at tomorrows meeting of pan hellenic to be lie id at the Home it of miss Betty Munger. 45 w. Walnut Avenue. In the absence of mrs. Or. C. Beal jr., wintering Iii Kingman Arizona the first vice president mrs. Justin Kennedy will preside calling the meeting to order at 8 o clock. Bridge and other games will be enjoyed following the business session. Mrs. Horace Hoegee is chairman of hostesses for the evening. They Are mrs. Arthur Bruner. I Doty miss mrs. H. D. Teresa fun. P. Dunn i. E. And skin tests offered free to school children mrs. E. O. Snider he Man of h oily Avenue reminds Parent a of t de s health service which placed at their disposal intend in t e. E. Westerhouse a Cdr. Furs Man school pm is applying a skin test for 1 Joss a mrs. Snider state this disease is indicated in. Will be made. This is free o to students and if you i child to have the advantage Fine health service from i there is no systemic react of in Send at note Back to Sci it will be Eastern Star 471 club today splendid new has been by super deeds and titles shown at tonight a Law class interesting feature of this evenings Law class at the High school will be the showing of different kinds of deeds and forms of titles. Included will be Patent or land Grants from the government a a a Torrens title abstract and insurance titles. Of particular interest will be the talk by Jay e. Randall on escrows Trust deeds and mortgages. Or. Randall is head of the Trust depart ment of the Bank of America and is vice president of the Pasadena Branch. Health reports on file with welfare clinic reports on denial medical and vision cases handled in the Arcadia schools were today on file with the Arcadia welfare clinic reports were read at tile last meeting of the clinic held at the Home of mrs. A. B. Ellison with tile following present. Mrs. Ellison mrs Irene Eastwood. Mrs Ellen be i n. Mrs Mary b Wheeler mrs. Jam Adcock and mrs Ellen Norris. Mission playhouse 320 Mission or san Gabriel a i lactic 2-1123 wednesday ii j in us Al 5 my Angel vital Marlene Dietrick a my a big town girls i Vike Trevor Donald Woods i Ion forget the big i hurs Dav night adults 25c children 10c 18th District in meeting at Altadena mrs Christine rooter. Mrs Helen Scot k id. Or. Mary Cline and mis. Edna Goldberg represented the Glenn Dyer american legion auxiliary no 247, a the 18th District meeting held last night at live Altadena recreational , 3385 North Lake. Post leaders present several officers of 18th District american legion Post were present arid int nodded each responding briefly. Included were the District president or Lamotte Johnson District adjutant or. Glenn Taylor and or Utz member of tile Hospital commission. New chairmanship mrs Patsy Wood who has been appointed first chairman of a new District department a a youth activities a gave an interesting talk on her work. Announcement was made that mrs. Edna Heartt Junior past president of the District has been appointed department sergeant at arms. Chairmen made their regular reports one of Especial interest being that of mrs. Seaman child welf be chairman on parties Given children at Christmas time. She stated that 38 children received gifts at the san Fernando Hospital party and that 114 a daddy Quot gifts were distributed. Mrs Helen Scofield of the local unit District americanism chairman urged auxiliaries to Contact schools concerning the essay contest. It was voted that in addition to unit prizes there will be awards made by the District. Tile radio chairman reminded members that an auxiliary broadcast May be heard on the third sunday of each month Over Erkd. From 2 15 to 2 30. The Glenn Dyer unit was one of Llu out of 25 in the District to top their membership quota in the recent drive it was revealed last night. Initiation thirty eight members were initiated in a Beautiful and impressive ceremonial following the business meeting. Drill teams of Monterey Park and Alhambra assisted. The Monterey Park team won second place in last years state convention and the Alhambra team third. After the initiation the Peppy teams entertained with several stunts. Angst ads entertain friends saturday evening or and mrs. C. E. Angstad entertained a few guests saturday evening at their Home. 665 Naomi Avenue. Present were mrs. Leila Wells of Covina or. And mrs. A. J. Hasson of Omaha neb., or. And mrs. C. A. Hasson miss Elsie Hasson. And the hosts. Contract Bridge was enjoyed during the evening. T of re and i or Chan h to of tire to a a kill Pauline a kn1tsh0p 118 s. Myrtle Monrovia met Friday mrs. Edith Gruben. Pres t Lent pc sided Over tiie Janti Ary in a eting of the Eastern Star 4 71 cd Friday at t i in Mas Ollie Temple approximate y 40 we a re sex Ted Iun Cli Eon by m is. Bess san Lorn Anc her commit t a mrs c Ethel Rish wort ii. Mrs. Gladys Murf Ett mrs Katherine f be her a and i s. Verde Bell a lid j or following. Business me Ding the afternoon it s spent plat n la cards with prizes the veil to those scor Ify High. Mrs Marian Vatu won a Home made e lit i it of i speck i award new Arcadian formerly of Columbus Ohio Herb Metcalf is a new employ at Watts Barbecue or. M a a a a a j recently arrived from colomb Ohio and is staying with 13 j Tracy at 225 California sin it. Sister spending Winter with Sanborn miss Georgia Sanborn of n Hampshire is spending the we with her brother and sister in ii or. And mrs. Hugh Sanborn it West Duarte Road will spend evening on pleasure boat or. And mrs. William Touchon 142 California Street. Or. And mrs. Floyd Brunskill 1122 Golden West or. And mrs. John Mclaughlin 916 South Santa Anita plan a trip this evening to the steamship tango anchored off Long Beach. Arcadia theatre phone 2661 25c now playing Jeannette Macdonald Allen Jones the firefly also color cartoon Pete Smith Novelty travelogue \ v i i s i i i s i i \ a s i \ i ii a s s in Lyu la Stevens or. Announce opening of a the photo studio in Arcadia taxi phone 2444 Arcadia taxi service Fen in Logan prop. Portraits either in the studio at 6 n. First ave., or in your own Home. Commercial photography of All kinds. Phone Arcadia 92 a when you think of hardware think of Baidwin Avenue hardware 0 phone 322
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