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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - July 19, 1938, Arcadia, California Tuesday july 19, 1998arcadia daily Tribune Page unt notes Quot local Clell activities Marjorie Hesse personals scare crows and Corn stalks give party farm touch a scarecrow Corn Ala iks and kerosene lanterns were among the Many hornets things that brought an authentic touch to the Quot farmhouse party Given in the Garden of mrs. L. Lundberg at her Home. 53 Fano Greet Friday night honouring miss Elinore Scoville who leaves for Honolulu the end of this month. Further carrying out the farm theme was the Gingham and the Blue jeans of the guests. Dinner was served on a red checked cloth with a rustic Well and Oaken bucket filled with red and White Flowers forming the Centrepiece. True to the farmhouse tradition was the Hearty supper of smothered Rabbit baked Beans Corn on cob. Sliced onions and tomatoes and Sweet cider. Guests named guests who enjoyed the unique affair included misses Scoville Betty schermerhorn Margaret bed win Barbara Bronson Alda Faye past. Helen quirk and mesdames Thelma Laird Schultheis Mary Jane Blair and Frances Potts. Parkers spend Sun at Riverside or. And mrs. A. L re 400 West Huntington drive it sunday at Riverside visit Lith or. And mrs. Robert Leith hat City. On saturday the a accompanied by mrs. Pearl in were at Long Beach and v t cow opposites Cut i a Arcadia. 711111 Pai Kenda is visit three famous resorts visiting three of the country a most famous vacation spots were or and mrs Ivan l. Packenham 602 Fairview Avenue who returned saturday from a two weeks motor trip that included sojourns at Sun Valley Idaho Yosemite and Lake Tahoe. They were accompanied by their sons Ivan and Lawrence and miss june shakier of Pasadena a title in Yosemite they were fortunate enough to see president Roosevelt As tie passed through on ins Way to los Angeles. Chester h Packenham of Boise Idaho or. Packenham a fatties returned with them to spend two months visiting Iii California. Jowders entertain at Barbecue supper or. And mrs. Harry Jorder 355 West Norman Avenue were hosts at a Barbecue supper in the gardens of their Home on saturday. Following dinner the guests grouped about the Barbecue and Sang songs to the accompaniment of music played by or Jorder on tits accordion. Those Tio attended were or and mrs. W. Mccormick daughter Shirley arid or. And mrs. J. A. Johnson All of Al Monte. Patsy niday at Beach for month of july fortunate indeed is Patsy niday daughter of or. And mrs. F. Niday 1001 Fairview Avenue who is basking in the Cooling breezes at Laguna during the month of july while her parents try to keep Cool Here through the current heat wave. While at the Beach she is staying with a group of girls All members of p. J. One club who have engaged a cottage there for the month. Plaid taffeta trim Theta Pius and Delta sics holi Beach party More than thirty members of Theta Phi sorority and Delta Sigma fraternity assembled at Colorado Lagoon in Long Beach on sunday for a Day of swimming sunning and Beach sports. In the evening a huge Bonfire was kindled on Hie Beach and the members enjoyed a Winnie roast followed by an old fashioned song-1 fest. This was one of a series of sum Mer affairs planned jointly by the two organizations. Plans for the others will be announced later. Grandmother to give party for boy preparations Are going Forward at the Home of mrs. George m Needham 402 Al Dorado Avenue for the family picnic to be Given at her Home tonight honouring the fourteenth birthday of her grandson Tom Needham son of or. And mrs. C. M. Needham at which delicacies dear to the heart of a Young boy will be placed on the outdoor table in splendid profusion. Tom who graduated from the first Avenue school in june is happily anticipating the event. Navy Wool coat Navy Wool Cheviot in classic Navy is used for this smart Little travel coat for the Small girl. It is Iii lightweight material and is brightened by plaid taffeta trimming touches. Mrs. Muller leaves today for Beach mrs. Florence Muller. 144 Alta St l act leaves today Tor Manhattan Bench where she will spend the week with her Mother. Mrs. Lillian Bailey and family. Fishing party make big haul at Catalina a Fisherman a dream come True i was the trip to Catalina taken by or. And mrs. J. L. Munson 513 Lemon Avenue who with their daughter and son in Law. Or. And mrs. Harry Holmes pulled six enor Mous albacore of a total weight of 1 90 pounds out of the gleaming wat Jers. The fishing party left wednes i Day and returned late sunday night i after a delightful four Days spent i fishing bathing and lolling in the Sun. My make your own selection of America s leading magazines irom the Carrier s portfolio of actual Magazine covers see Girt gave out Cut. A any school child can do this but when you measure the value of the Economy Reading plan with the Many other needs in your Home visualize what you will receive daily weekly and monthly from the combination of this newspaper and your favorite Magazine. Consider these facts. Complete local National and foreign news entertaining features for every member of your family fiction a sports adventure a travel a great variety of Reading. This is truly a value that we believe is far ahead of any oth0r. Ask our Carrier today to give you the Complete details of. This offer and to Point out to you How a or at Matey of his subscribers Are already enjoying the benefits and savings that Are made put sible through this plan. Arc Abl a daily Tribune u-1 or a roys i. Tutu. Ii i Twu. Quot Quot Quot ruin tit business. Quot Rul Rui tit or p i -1 y pc 4 ii j a so a it v i he. A Lovely june Bride mrs. Wallace a. Rydbeck the former Harriet Jareski of san Gabriel is pictured in her White Satin bridal frock fashioned with Long pointed sleeves stirrings at the shoulders and a panel train sweeping from the Waist. Her imported tulle veil hand appliqued with lace Flower designs around the Edge was particularly Beautiful. The wedding which took place at St. James episcopal Church of South Pasadena on sunday june 26, was one of the smartest of the season. Club women will play Golf tonight reach party for Church Young folks contrary to the general opinion that miniature Golf is As dead As the proverbial door Nail Monrovia woman a club juniors Are attempting to revive interest in the game and will motor to Highland Park tonight for an evening s play. The Young women will meet at the Home of miss Sylvia Simpson 134 Myrtle Avenue at 7 of clock. . Women postpone social meetings v. F. W. Auxiliary has postponed social meetings until thursday september 15, it was announced to Young people of the Arcadia Community Church c. Attended a Beach party at the Beach Home of or. And mrs. Hopper at Anaheim Landing on Friday. Swimming and games were participated in and were followed by a delicious supper served by the hostess and her assistants. Day. Originally scheduled for the third thursday of each month it was decided to drop the july and August meetings. Club women study International relations Quot adopt a country Quot will be the slogan this year for the International relations division of los Angeles District California federation of women s clubs according to a recent announcement made by the chairman. Mrs. James to Dickinson of Alhambra because of the great interest shown in International affairs by club women of the District last year conferences will begin in september following an established precedent the speaker at the opening session on september 23 mrs. Gladys Hatley Scoles will review and evaluate world events of the summer months so that members May be brought up to Date after vacation Days. Scrap books i in adopting a country the club chairmen Are urged by mrs. Dickson to elect a country which they would like to study and then keep a scrap Book to include a general outline of the political Structure of that nations government something of its history legends peasant life folklore Art music Etc. Inaugurated last year the scrap Book contest proved of much interest. Those who participated declared that they had gained immeasurably in knowledge by having a particular task of this sort to perform. Receiving first prize was a Book on Mexico prepared by a group in the South Pasadena woman s club headed by mrs. F. A Speik. Committee listed tile International relations committee for the District this coming year will be miss Josephine Stevenson. Vice chairman. Mich Llinda woman s club mrs. Charles Short. Compton mrs Donald Jennings Wilshire club mrs. Millidge Day. San Pedro club mrs. R. Glen Woods South Gate woman s club mrs. D. T. Shuler woman s City club. Long Beach mrs. R. W. Loh Man. South Pasadena woman a club mrs. Aubrey Allen women s Canadian club of los Angeles mrs. R. Morin Pasadena Shakespeare club and mrs. E h. Sutherland West Hollywood woman a club. Helen Mounsey feted on seventh birthday Helen Mounsey daughter of or and mrs Edgar a Mounsey 60 Las Flores Avenue was greeted by a number of her friends yesterday afternoon at her Home in Honor of her seventh birthday. Tile children spent a Happy afternoon playing games on the a Ltd it a Lawn and were later served refreshments of Angel food Rake and tee 1 Cream. Children who attended were Nan a by Ronald and Bobbie Lee Roberta and Donald Goodwin Helen Mildred Jackson. Bobbie Christenson i and Billie and Mary brother and i sister of the Small honoree my Day Monrovia women to stage a Bridge Brunch tomorrow enjoy crackling bread made from Ham Rind by Judith Wilson Quot most of us rely on the Baker for a Vigour daily bread but we love fragrant homemade bread for special occasions. Homemade bread is both tasty and healthful when made with wholesome bran. Bran adds roughage is a Good source of Vitamin b. Gives a pleas no texture to the loaf and keeps t fresh. Bread made with the bran Creal you eat for breakfast is Good for Ordinary use for Toast and sandwiches. But add nuts or hopped apricots to the Batter and Vou Are on your Way to Fame Honey and figs make still a different Delight and from Quot Way Down South comes a recipe for a Racklin bread something unusual and extra Good. Because modern homemakers want things Quick and easy. The Quick Type of breads Are Given Here no yeast required just mix. Pour and bake. Apricot bran bread i cup chopped dried apricots i 1/3 cups sour milk or Buttermilk 3 Tablespoons shortening 1/3 cup sugar 1 egg iv2 cups All bran 2 cups flour 2 Teaspoons baking powder i Teaspoon soda i Teaspoon Salt a Teaspoon Nutmeg a it cup nut meats soak the chopped apricots in the milk about 15 minutes. Cream the shortening and sugar thoroughly add the beaten egg and beat until creamy. Add the bran apricots and milk and let soak while you mix and sift together the dry ingredients and Combine them with the nut meats. Add to the first mixture. Stirring Only until the Dom disappears. Pour into a greased loaf pan lined with Wax a paper bake in a moderate oven about i hour and to minutes crackling bread 1 cup flour 2 Teaspoons baking powder 1 a Teaspoon soda 1 Teaspoon Salt 2 Tablespoons sugar % cup Cornmeal 1 2 cup bran 1 egg in cups Buttermilk 2 Tablespoons melted fat cup dry chopped crackling sift together the flour baking powder soda Salt and sugar mix together with the Cornmeal and bran. Beat the egg Well add to the milk and Combine with Tho dry ingredients stirring Only until Chr flour is moistened. Add the tar and crackling. Bake in a greased shalom pan in u moderate hot oven luncheon hot devised eggs with Tomato sauce radish Cucumber salad in lettuce cups warm Apricot bran bread Cocoa with marshmallows dinner sauerkraut juice baked Ham candied sweets buttered spinach crackling bread jellied fruit salad nut cup cakes Coffee about 40 minutes. Cut in 3-Inch squares and serve hot with butter know How to make crackling i use Ham Rind. Par boil the Ham by simmering gently in water to cover for about 2�?~/2 hours. Let Cool overnight in the Broth of possible remove the Ham Rind with most of the fat and prepare your Ham for baking. Lay the Rind in a shallow pan and put into a moderate oven. As the fat Cooks out. Drain it off carefully returning the Rind to the oven each time. As it bakes and Browns the Rind dries out and becomes bubbly and Crisp when As much of the fat As possible has been Quot rendered out of the crackling Lay them on soft paper to Drain. They May be stored in a covered Jar in the refrigerator and used As needed. Honey Fig bread ii cup shortening it cup Brown sugar i egg 1 it cup Honey i cup bran 3 reps flour ii Teaspoon Salt 3 Teaspoons baking powder 1 j cup chopper nut meats 1 a cup chopped figs Cream the shortening and Sugai thoroughly add the egg and beat Well. Add Honey milk and bran cd mix Well sift the flour with the dry ingredients and add to the creamed mixture with the chopped nuts and figs. Stir Only until a the flout is wet bake in a greased loaf pan lined with waxed paper in a moderate oven about i hour and 15 minutes. Tomorrow at 12 o clock the Monrovia woman s club will hold the second in the series of summer parties at the clubhouse. Mrs. George Schuetz is general chairman and has provided a tempting hot weather luncheon menu for the Quot Bridge mrs. Schuetz announced that the Brunch combines a breakfast and luncheon menu the first and last courses to be breakfast and the Middle course luncheon. Reservations made among the Many reservations Spade for the party Are those of mrs. Thomas Rogers mrs. Don Walters mrs. M. Urie mrs. Edwin Krebs mrs. S. Armstrong mrs. W. C. Canter. Mrs. Clyde Whiteley mrs. Fred Barnard mrs. George Fetters. Mrs. Chan Smith mrs. Harry Roper. Mrs. George St. John. Mrs. D. M. Johnson mrs. Clarence White. Mrs. Louise Moore. Mrs. Hubert Lloyd mrs. F. R. Miller mrs. Basha Klinger. Mrs Arthur Williams. Mrs. A. Rutledge mrs. Cliff j. Mendenhall. Mrs. Frank Nance mrs. George Monroe and miss Adeline Mills. Prizes donated mrs. Clarence White is chairman of the Bridge games. Prizes have been donated by mrs. Clyde Whiteley. Mrs. A. Rutledge. Mrs. Geo. Richardson mrs. L. Newell. Or. Mrs. Harry Booth mrs. I. R. Colburn and mrs. D. M Johnson. On the committee with mrs. Schuetz Are mrs. W. R Blick mrs. Harry Poth. Mrs. I. R. Colburn and mrs. Hubert Lloyd. Continued from Page 2 ing the Airport to find out that the weather was Good and my Reserve Tion made i went to a Little Reseau i rant on a Corner nearby to get Din i Ner i try to thirst when i Ait at one j of those tables on the Street with Only the make believe hedge be i tween me and the passerby that i am sitting at a table somewhere in Paris. But the illusion is poor though it s easier in downtown new York than anywhere else. I did no to have Long however to try to imagine myself somewhere else for i hardly was seated before a Young woman came dashing up i to me and said that she was Jane a Friend of Annes and she hoped i would remember the time we had in Rhinebeck. My memory was hazy but refreshed itself rapidly As we talked. Then no sooner had she moved than another lady came and sat opposite me. This time it was someone i knew Well and i became engrossed in her difficulties and spent Over an hour at dinner. Then Back to my apartment to read the evening paper and write letters until 12 30. When i left to Board the bus for the Airport. I find sitting in an Airport station. Watching people come in a very entertaining occupation. First. A Man arrived alone without Luggage and with a walk that indicated this trip was nothing new. Then a Man and a woman appeared. The woman was Bent on making an impression. Another Man and a woman arrived. In this Case the lady seemed indifferent. ladies with a Man. What do All these people mean to each other where have they come from where Are they going we took off from Newark Airport at 12 45 a.m., and i was so weary that i tilted my chair Back and went to sleep at once. In Detroit the hostess told me that the cameramen and newspapermen would like to see me. I could Only Rouse myself Long enough to say a i am not on an official trip and i have no Story Quot a and Back to sleep. The Sunrise came just before we reached Chicago always a Beautiful scene from a plane. Bou Mathea a reply carte 266j_ Siv venture to a Hood betrothal of interest to Church circles a recent engagement announcement of particular interest to Arcadia Church circles was that of miss Laura Jean Hunt daughter of mrs. Cora Hunt to Raymond l. Williams president of san Gabriel division of c. E., son of or. An mrs. M. C. Williams 759 arca Avenue. With Erfyl Flynn Olivia dehavilland selected shorts one Day Only wed ohday Many Keno reasons to attend a p i., a. Carole Lam hard Fernand i Ira vet tools for scandal i also a Ray Francis Pat of Brien a women Are like that modernise your furniture doctor says done to Medicine done is Don t increase the dose of Medicine prescriber by the doctor. Done to take Medicine in the dark done to use medicines that have stood on you Helves a Long time. Done forget to read the Label carefully. Done Tioy Lect to shake the Buttle Well. Moder Hae Sofir present furniture without placing a Burdon yourself $29.50 apy 3d Pico set i Phol Stempfl infusing a a fabric an lab Jpn. payment in our budget plan i / phone for samples shown in Vona Home Eastern upholstering shop 1128 West a in St Al Cubra pinup a

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