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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - January 30, 1939, Arcadia, California Monday january a to 1930 Arcadia daily Tribune >o<cm3 motes California life Pinko i Quito activities Marjorie Hesse personals i it a a a a a a a a a a it will in to be shown at woman a club our and tomorrows Quot be the subject of mrs. S. J a Way District chairman of California history and landmarks who will by Kin St. Speaker at the animal Quot California Day of tj1. Arcadia woman s club on wednesday afternoon a pantomime Saga of of Fornin Quot our yesterdays presented by members of Ila and landmarks Section thu jul education a Lew by mrs. Mary Moore chairman Call will be history immediately hello met him on tile Street one Day Ami smiled and said Quot hello Quot 1st wanted to be sociable he seemed to like it though. After mrs Hathaway a speech. Mrs e. M. Timerhoff chairman will be the narrator. Authentic costuming according to Advance notices of the pantomime it will be exceptionally interesting As costumes have been chosen with thought and several rehearsal held to assure the less ional finish. Dance Ani sing rho pantomime will to an elaborate stage set California Patio and i met him remark Day a or Quot i Oaks Fine a just anything to often after that d a a it a a Fine Ike rain or Quot weather a say. And care have Beati production a pro staged on a an Early singing and dancing numbers lated Between the reservations for Eon will be taken Hast Utler will be i liter to episodes. The 12 1ft lunch by mrs. John e. At Atwater 7-2353, mrs. Robert Mcmaster Atwater 7-2555 or mrs. Jackson d Stanley at water 7-2837, until tuesday morning. And when i got to know him Well one Day with Wist i Iii Eye he told me he d been sent out West to gain his health or die head come out Here where All was St i auge Lei t friends and All he had and being just like other folks was lonesome often sad. Lint when somebody seemed to care to help him in his plight he took new Hope began to mend and life again seemed Bright. And so a tis ours to Light sad hearts As Here and there we go it costs so Little pays so big to smile and say tills poem was written by a member of or. John Russell Mccarthy a the feature articles of some of the other class members. This class meets on monday evenings and anyone interested is Welcome. Adolescent psychology a new class will meet for the first Lime on wednesday evening at the first Avenue school in the teachers room to study the problems of the adolescent child under the direction of mrs. P. A. Marshall. Twenty eight have signified a desire to attend such a class and it will be interesting and worthwhile under mrs. Marshall a leadership. Please meet promptly at 7 30, and everyone is Welcome who is interested in the problems Peculiar to this trying age. Child guidance clinic Quot started by a report from a discouraged Mother the Pasadena vice squad has arrested 18 youths to quote from a leading article in one of the Pasadena papers bust week. Had the mothers of these 18 youths now under arrest had Access to such help As the child guidance clinic can give these boys or a Good percentage of them might have been directed into better paths. Headed by mrs. Margaret Mcmasters of this City a movement is on foot to make the services of this clinic available to the mothers of children in Arcadia who need help with their children a problems and especially the portly and feature writing class at i psychological problems with which the evening High school. The a m i kills 11 nor Voi ill los Khz Al Vul sciatic passage bus ass ate parlor m k. Ilii Vilii Goti drive in at Vonler 7-.�?~idvi closed Munday 11 on Rny to a. I to 7 p. M. Thor or. Fred o. Ainley is a Monrovia resident and he has written Many poems which have the same Appeal As does this one and a bit of something to make the world brighter. Oiler poems by the members of this class will appear from time to time As Well air reports of Mcd 209 e. I by yours from Laid to to Boyle foothill Monrovia the dually Tribune a business am professional directory so Many mothers Are quite unprepared to Cope. Pre school group transportation is very much needed by four members of the preschool group living in the Southeastern part of the City. If anyone can help with this please phone Atwater 7-2202 for information. One of our oldest and most faithful members lost her car recently by Accident which has resulted in her much regretted absence from the class since. Radio if you Are unable to attend some of the adult education classes Why not listen in to some of the Good j radio programs or. I Laws May be heard every wednesday afternoon at 1 30, Over Kra and on the same evening listen to a parents on trial Quot Over Reca at 9 30. Both of these programs Are very interesting indeed and recommended to thinking parents and teachers. A 30 hour first Aid course for beginners will get underway at the High school on monday evening january 30. Or. Harry Levi Kellogg american red Cross instructor who will be in charge of the class announces that an a. R. C. Certificate will be issued to All members auxiliary unit president makes yearly report die Glenn Dyer unit no. 247, i american legion auxiliary Arcadia is pleased to submit the following report for the period from september 8, 1938, to january 15, 1939. A school of instruction for chairmen of committees was held at which Tim each chairman was i Given a procedure Book in which to keep a record of her own ideas department letters Etc., to be passed on to next year s chairman. A Large number of our members 1 attended sessions of both department and National conventions and gave splendid reports. Our yearly budget of nearly $50 1 was set up and adopted and work 1 was immediately started to raise the Money a two Day carnival i Many commercial dinners commission from Curtis publishing company on Magazine subscriptions Etc. New members we have taken in obligated and initiated 15 new members and at this time Are just one Short of our quota of 95. The membership committee served a dinner to the Post in payment for losing the membership contest with them. Held the annual armistice Day dinner with the Post. C of c membership took out a membership in the Arcadia chamber of Commerce with the Community service chairman As our official representative. Assisted by serving hot drinks during the building of the Arcadia float for i the Rose Parade. Five members worked for the passage of the local school Bonds 14 served during the Community Chest drive five Are serving on the local red Cross three Are members of the Arcadia children a clinic Board four Are on the Community welfare Board and seven Are members of the coordinating Council. Rave j made a set of to Large Fidanc flags i and presented them to the Post As a Christmas gift. Have revised our by Laws which Are being printed in Book form. Have taken Steps to incorporate the unit miss Hanscom Arcadia 6�ua Calendar becomes Bride on Friday in the living Home at 1327 night room South it 7 30 of Elf eighth a Rev. Harold Broughton of Canoga Park methodist Church read the marriage rites that United miss urdu Jayne Hanscom. Daughter of mrs Ruby Hanscom and Gilbert Smith. Son of or. And or. A. L. Smith of Monrovia. I Loral Bower the bridal pair stood for the ceremony in an attractive Bower of Pink Flowers and Lacy Pepper tree fronds erected at one end of the room. Maudr int in White Shasta daisies and stocks formed an Floral contrast. Costume described Given in marriage by her Bro Budd Hanscom the Brule gowned in a smart Poudre Street frock with Burgundy hat accessories. Her Flowers were denial and lilies of the Valley. Attendants named the Bride was attended by Helen Macdonald a maid of hot she wore a print frock and Flowers were of Pink Sweet pea. Go in sting tier. Was Jai Guild pier at 2 Jai january luncheon mrs club january line off 5 30 follow it Horn North c in. 26 a it i la audible if m be 8 Parish s. E. K. Ulc Vard Sion it dub in. O tary club weekly at Arcadia worn t 12. E. Part nth clock. Benefit cling at masonic and a Anita. A dinner at d by land mis s inor her and Hecke served the with latest in play suits Here is a Long sleeved polka Dot play suit Ideal for sunny beaches and Balmy breezes. A wide brimmed Straw hat goes with it. The suit was modelled in new York at a fashion show. Murphys have guest from Sacramento Gardenias. Helmut the bridegroom As Best Man. Mrs. Hanscom Mother of Bride wore Grey crepe set off a yellow Rase Corsage. Reception following a reception for 50 guests the Young couple left for a honeymoon at an undisclosed destination. They will be at Home upon their return at 927 Parkman Avenue los Angeles. Education both the Bride and bridegroom attended Monrovia Arcadia Duarte High school and Pasadena Junior College. He is connected with r. C. A. Communications in los Angeles. A talented musician mrs. Smith plays the a cello with a professional Trio. She has Quot won wide attention for her playing As a soloist. She is a member of the san Gabriel Valley symphony orchestra and is program chairman of the Arcadia Junior woman a club. Tory main Honor. A i California Section me february Ca Cli a worn fers Quot a Sag pantomime ing. And sin hat Bort will Calif Day at unc he Lawny will min history Arcadia to a at 12 15. A District his be guest of to nine of old presented by i California Day at Aranus it Lub. Program of a of old California Quot in by members and dancing. Mrs. S. J hatha Way District chairman of California history and landmarks will be luncheon speaker. February 2�?women�?Ts missionary society meets at Arcadia Community Church at la a. In. For regular meeting. February Honor auditorium at 2�?boy scout first Avenue s 8 p. In. Court of Quot Hod a feb Inary 2�?lions luncheon meeting at us 12 of clock be Derby inn. Councilman and mrs. W. A. Mur Ger Trude j the papers now being in the hands Phy 18 East Colorado entertained of the attorney. The education i As their House guest mrs. Robert chairman secured Aid from depart masters of Sacramento who has Merit for a student in the amount. Peen vacationing at Mexico City and of $25. The unit was Given two Palm Springs. Mrs. Murphy enter gifts for Hospital sewing one of $25 tamed her guest last week at the and one of $10, and a gift of $16 for Angeles turf club for the races. Welfare work. J _ the americanism chairman and child welfare chairman gave a joint party at the p. E. Mexican Camp for mothers and pre school children. I the unit joined the county coun j cil parliamentary Law class with a Good attendance. Each months chairman has had j an article of publicity in our local elks auxiliary formed Here Elk lain the successfully completing the work paper s during her month our in pedal emphasis will be placed on j tire publicity for this period being the prevention of accidents since exceptionally Fine. Had a depart-85 percent of All accidents Are pre Merit chairman Beatrice Trumbull yen table. Missionary society to meet thursday the february meeting of the woman s missionary society will be held at the Arcadia Community Church on thursday february 2. The spiritual life program will began at la a. Rn., with a Box luncheon at noontime. Tile afternoon program will begin at 1 30 p. In. And special music will be featured with mrs. Georgie Wilson missionary from South Africa 1 As the chief speaker. Mrs. Eva my i Donald is the Leader for the after j noon events and mrs. Flora Christopher is in charge of the Devotion als. I of the Hospital commission As speaker at the december meeting and guest at the Christmas party. Assisted the Post with the Community Christmas tree. Have Given the girl scout troop sponsored by j the unit a gift of $5. Poppy posters j poppy Paster program is Well under Way. As is also the americanism essay contest. The child welfare chairman has taken care of several needy cases Given food clothing and bedding. An enthusiastic group of Dies met Friday evening lounge of the like clubhouse under direction of mrs. Mary k. Slater wife of the exalted ruler of the elks. Mrs. Slater called this meeting so that the Elk ladies might have the privilege of hearing mrs. Ellizabeth c. Schoeffel of Van nays supreme District Deputy state of California Emblem club. She explained the i purposes of the Emblem club which is an affiliated club of the supreme Emblem club of the United states of America incorporated in 1926, organized in Many states of the Union so that the ladies of the elks mothers wives Sisters daughters widows of elks in goal standing. May become better acquainted and t your individual Horoscope j by Frances Drake j j copyright 198h j i by King feature Syndicate inc l j j j j j j j j j t r t for tuesday january 31 March 21 to april 20 Aries a not unfriendly especially for you of sunny disposition who can adapt yourself readily to arising conditions. Make use of your god Given attributes. April 21 to May 20 Taurus a if you look for gloom you la find it but Why not dwell upon the Good pleasant things in life spiritual victories Are won by the numerous Little kindnesses charitable thoughts Theta Pius plan Many social events plans for a party to be Given by pledges of Theta Phi sorority on february 16 at Tomaine Tommy a in los Angeles were made at the recent meeting of the group held at the Home of miss Jessie Cogan 1417 Baldwin Avenue. Tentative arrangements Are also being made for a dance to be Given by the sorority in the very near future. The next meeting will be held at the Home of miss Barbara Hodgkins of Monrovia will be hostess at the next meeting on february 8 at her Home. Pledging ceremonies were con february 2 a general welfare pension club at City Hall 8 p. In. February 3�?rotary club 12 of clock luncheon meeting at Arcadia woman a club. February 8�?Theta Phi sorority meets at Home of miss Barbara Hodgkins. February 15�?California horsemen inc., open meeting at City Hall auditorium 7 30 p. In. February 16�?Theta Phi party at Tomaine Tommy a in los Angeles. February 21�?�?ofather and scout dinner at Arcadia woman a club 6 30 p. In. Rice in ones everyday life. May 21 to june 21 gemini a you May find a a much ado about nothing atmosphere prevailing today and whether these inclinations become troublesome or Are transcended into useful channels depends largely upon your reactions. Days news of interest to you. Deeds prac dusted for miss Joan Bergman those present were misses til Ora Imerman Mary Adair Dorothy Ebert Grace Ward Arlene Haviland Ruth Becker Loki Mitchell Cleo sattely Margaret Hildebrandt Joan Niemack Marie Overton Ruby House. Joan Bergman Olive Hanna Cleo Vogel Marge Malin and mrs. Sarah Pollard and mrs. Margaret Dobbings. June you Uji unruly All Hospital work has been taken support their elks Lodge in any Way off. At. 7-1941 res. At or. W. W. He Denti office hours 9 to 5 evenings tues. Amp Fri. By appt. 51 e. Huntington Arcadia a. L. Leaverenz general g asphaltic Coner amp Tennis courts. 231 so. Second ave. Arcadians attend Yew county Council arcadians who attended the county Council meeting of veterans of foreign wars Friday night includes mesdames Anna Hoeppel Helen Best Georgia Toney Stella Brookover and Helen Grant. Badminton Job too Small phone at. 7-2437 when you to t the of hardware in Acadia Wea 3 me by at. 7-2601 now playing of Baldwin aver hardware co. A thanks the i 1210 so. Baldwin ave. Rhone at. 7-1591 Willi 124 s. Santa Anita nce insurable i 9 ewes phone at. 7-2224 Arcadia also Ronald Olman a if i were King Frances Dee Basil Rathbone care of one card party with Monrovia As co hostess at Sawtelle participated in the november card party at san Fernando giving i Money cake and four members in attendance. Co operative sales Are tides sold Many visits to the facile i ties Large numbers of magazines j taken to Sawtelle made two bed a jackets six pillows re covered two 1 quilts have on hand material for j eight More bed jackets have sent $5 monthly to adopted boy $1 monthly to any member of our Post in the Hospital of whom there have been several during this period. Welfare work quarterly donations to department for Hospital child welfare and education amount to $6. Have just accepted the sponsorship of a Camp fire group. Have ordered a naval plate for National defense am also 1000 poppy Stamps i we Are especially proud of our Christmas work the Hospital program being special Christmas gift to department $5 to Sawtelle $2.50 to Ward 6 at san Fernando $1.25 a gift i costing $1.25 to our adopted boy. 1 two members helped with the new year dinner Given hospitalized veterans at South Pasadena by 18th District. Child welfare chairman re j ports her Christmas work to be two Quot daddy gifts Quot from department one Christmas Basket costing $2.45 two Christmas baskets from county a Council gave $1 for child welfare party at san Fernando special Christmas gift to department $5 dressed nine dolls for the firemen a toy shop gave $5 to the Carol i Marks education fund. Courtesy chairman has sent Many j Flowers and cards to sick members j i possible. Tell of activities mrs. Schoeffel introduced presidents and officers from the san Fernando and Whittier club who told of their social and charitable activities. Their enthusiasm was contagious and the ladies present voted to organize an Emblem club in Monrovia to include the sur rounding towns in this District. Namely Arcadia Sierra Madre Glendora Azusa and Al Monte. J officers named the following officers were elect Ted last night mrs. Laura Talbott of Monrovia president mrs. Lois Keiser of Monrovia vice president mrs. Bernice Hillman of Arcadia financial Secretary mrs. Rosetta Beatty of Monrovia recording Sec a rotary mrs. June White of Arcadia,1 i corresponding Secretary mrs. Helen Westerfield Sierra Madre treasurer and three trustees mrs. Effie Brewer mrs. Nello Loomis and mrs. I Frances Hardman of Monrovia. Tile remaining nine officers of ritualistic work to be appointed by the president. Monthly meeting the Monrovia chapter of the Emblem club is to meet the first and third thursday of each month the first meeting to be held Iii the ladies lounge of our local elks Lodge at 8 p. In., thursday february 2. The charter will be held open for a Brief period and All Elk ladies Are urged to be present and make this organization one to be proud fit _ and 15 Christmas greetings to Gold Star mothers mothers of Post and auxiliary members and hospitalized veterans. The past presidents Parley membership is too per cant a Mary r. Cline president. I to july 23 cancer a born before july 8 bottle emotions forget self and you la find All activities and interests running smoother. Same advice obtains for other cancer Folk who must also watch expenditures. July 24 to August 22 Leo a you Iii manufacturing handling machinery explosives drugs Ethel s contacting the Public be careful exercise tact. If a courting

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