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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - June 8, 1947, Arcadia, California Munday june 8, 1947 soc a i Lites Arcadia bulletin holy Angels . Sponsors girl scout leaders Council lunch june 12 ticket for the girl scout lunch ton at noon june 12, at tile Arcadia euro must be purchased in reservations made by june 9 jail mrs. Preston Dicks Atwater 7 501a arid make reservations. This i a joint meeting of girl scout 1-.men, and Council and an enjoyable Iti i Asotin is anticipated. A business met urn. Will be held and mrs. Louis my hit president of 12th regional Garden picnic Garden department members will meet wednesday at noon in tire Garden of mrs. Earl . 2431 South second Avenue for the annual picnic. Each person is asked Junior Ballet a simulating scouting Are Heath Sisters Betty Heath daughter cd or. And mrs. Robert Heath graduated last week from Arizona state Coil be and her sister. Dorothy will graduate from California University at Berkeley next week. Wise because she knows that expertly dry cleaned clothes always pass for new clothes. Bonita cleaners 201 South Myrtle Monro la pm. Mon. 188 col spot specializing in prompt efficient old spot refrigerator service. All work unconditionally guaranteed. Door gaskets installed Burnett appliance Sycamore 6-9275 Budlong co. 8-6434 announcing a new. Modern Beauty service opening monday june 9th Bettie s Beauty Salon 117 South first Avenue Atwater 7-6511 in conjunction with. Suzy Hamblen s slender izing Salon this instrument is modestly priced the Shoninger in Chippendale this Beautiful custom built spinet carefully styled in True Chippendale fashioned of the finest Primavera mahogany Ming Only the highest tensile steel and Copper in string construction and an Eastern hard Rock Maple pin Block to assure the True even tension Seale. Hand rubbed Case in traditional Chippendale mahogany. Fully guaranteed for a period of ten. Ears against any defect of workmanship material parts of Uny kind whatsoever. A lifetime instrument virtually custom built by one of the oldest names among piano manufacturers. This Fine instrument is on display and is offered kor immediate delivery by Hancock music co. 3723 East Colorado Pasadena one half Block East of Rosemead by. 3-9276 visit our new location open Friday and saturday until nine in w spines also available in lolis Xiv and Many Fine used grands Krom Muich to choose Parent teacher association of the i holy Angels Church is sponsoring i the Barbara Jocelyn Curtis Ballet j presentation of Junior Ballet june to at 8 p. In. In the auditorium of j i the holy Angels school. Tickets May j j be purchased at the door or from j Parish members. I the following program will be i Given dance of the hours with Peggy Ann of Hara Susan Hoban j Jogene Griffin Gorene Geivet Luis Baker Linda Hill Patricia Clarke j Wendy Harris Barbara Rogers Martha Sutcliffe Clara Foster Janelle Edwards Marilyn Ludwig j Dorothy Ludwig Joanne Mead. Donna Downing Nancy Allison j Marilyn , Henrietta Arturi Meredith Babeaux Joan Robillard Diane Rogers. The balloon Man wit ii Carla Fos Ter Gorene Kievet Linna Hill Janelle Edwards Martha Sutcliffe Meredith Babeaux Diane Rogers Wendy Harris Jogene Griffin Lois Baker Patricia Clarke Peggy Ann of Hara Lynne Mckelvey Judy Bill. Carol Conner Susan Sutherland. J Manette Churchill Margaret Chur a Hill Penny Strong Julie Yvonne j arcadians hosts Ojeda Marilyn Down ii Tea Ai turf Joanne Mead Nancy Al j close friends lion Marilyn Ludwig. A Tribune bulletin photo perform ties Day students of the a Irtis school of Ballet who will dance tuesday at the holy Angels school Are left to right front Row Jorene 3civet, Janelle Edwards Lois Baker Jogene Griffin aria Foster Wendy Harris second Row Patricia Clarke Marilyn Ludwig. Donna Downing Nancy Allison Joanne Mead Dorothy Ludwig Back Row Joan it Obillard Meredith Babeaux Barbara Rogers Diane Rogers Marth Sutcliffe Marilyn and Henryetta Arturi. Ftp it Donna Ling Barbara Ludwig Juan at wedding of lard Dorothy Ludwig Henri Church women to present play forty five friends and relatives attended the Lovely Home ceremony the evening cd May 31. When mrs. Ira Huffman Lor Meiyi of , Kansas was married to Roger Bowers of los Angeles. Or. And mis. Fred Lea hard 763 a society versus the Church Quot is tie title of the play which will be presented on the program of the june luncheon meeting of the i Fairview Avenue at Home the woman a association of the com wedding was held attended the presbyterian Church next Bride and gloom As Best Man and Matron of Honor. The Rev. Henry Unity thursday at noon. Members of the organization participating in the play Are Alma Goodrich. Dorothy Harrison Bett Moore Vernette Hoise. Hazel Gru Well Lillian Brown Ida Hayes Rosemary Hopper Florence san Dona Olwen Covell Iiene Harrison. Mrs. Wheeler will direct. Recorded music will also be part of the afternoons program. Nursery service will be provided for infants and Small children. J. Hutchins of Pasadena performed the ceremony before an improvised altar banked with Spring Flowers of pastel shades from the Lea Nard Garden. After the reception the newly married couple left on a honeymoon the destination of which was undisclosed. They will reside in to. Angeles at 1151 East 91st Street. Ronelda Trella feted at Shower miss Ronelda Trella who will become a Bride on june 15 in the Church of the Good Shepherd methodist was honoured at a bridal Shower recently by mrs. Maurice Nash and mrs. Beulah Dorrance at the Home of mrs. Nash 1720 South Mayflower Monrovia. Gifts for the honoree were presented at an improvised bridal altar games w7ere enjoyed and refreshments served. Besides miss Trella guests were her Mother mrs. Lawrence Trella mrs. Albert Lama mrs. W. Relph mrs. E. L. Nash mrs. Wilma Relph mrs. Schuman mrs. Charles Wright mrs. Harry Wright i s. Nina Hirschhorn mrs. Cora Patterson and the misses Betty Lou Relph Virginia Relph Vera sidle Marilyn Nash and Gloria Dorrance. Wallace Young Iii with heart attack friends of Wallace Young will be sorry to hear that he was stricken with a heart attack last sunday. He is confined to his bed it his Home 539 Leroy Avenue and his physician reports that he is doing nicely. However no visitors Are allowed for at least two weeks. Mrs. Wallace dressier installed president of Arcadia woman s club mrs. Wallace r. Dressier was installed president of tile Arcadia woman a club last wednesday in an impressive Candle lighting ceremony Ai the Flower decked stage of the woman a clubhouse. Mrs. Ellwood j. Munger District president and state vice president was installing officer. She said a i am the spirit of the Arcadia woman s club dedicated to vision and ideals to Enk Indle and illumine the hand and heart of these who newly elected offer their time and talents to the service of the she presented them with the coloured or Jap a Ancile representative of their of w Mem lice which they lighted from a Large of it re 3 Candle when they were has mrs. Hai old Slater ways and w 0&Quot a Quot Means chairman was Given an or i Ange taper standing for Harvest Quot Quot to reap Gold for the club Treasury major Barngrover Iii in Eastern City major and mrs. George Barngrover of Arcadia who left on an Eastern motor trip the Middle of May have been delayed in Indianapolis where the major became ill and had to be hospitalized. A return trip Home by train May be necessary. The Barngrover stopped at Hoover dam Salt Lake City and various other Points. Methodist group plans potluck dinner members of the Church of the Good Shepherd methodist and their husbands will meet for a potluck dinner june 18, in the Arcade of the Church. All families in the Church Are invited. Lawrence Young charge Lay Leader of the methodist Church of Holly i Wood and Hay Leader of the los i Angeles District will speak his sub i Jet being a stairways to past Skippers honoured by members of Clipper club with dinner and show sail boats and sea shells carried out the maritime theme for the delicious pot Luck supper attended by clippers at the social Hall of the Arcadia Community presbyterian Church in Honor of past Skippers Paul and Fay Spencer Fred and Selva Meyers Charles and Teddy Taylor George and Ruth Allen Ted and Ruth Dorrance. Les and Rhea Landing Don and Alice Strawn. Presiding at the gala affair were Skippers Row a i a hand and Dorothy Dierlam who presented each honoured couple i with a Beautiful Gavel engraved with their names and the Date of their respective terms of office. These past Skippers were formed into a merry Annex of the Clipper club calling themselves the barnacle club. Bill elder music Chai Man introduced Marileen and Marjorie Seo Ville two delightful Young girls who entertained the club with selections on the Marimba Vibra Harp and piano. Coloured moving pictures were shown of the Beautiful new years Day floats through the Courtesy of the Pasadena tournament of roses. Topping the entertainment for the evening was a hilarious skit portraying a bridal Shower which was presented by the anniversary couples of june. The parts of the Quot Bride Anc her girl friends Quot were played by an All male cast Replete with frills , stylish dresses and High heels. Those acting were Skippers Wilson. Strawn Hilts Allen Shat key Kettel and Hoffman. Guests for the evening were Wyl i pers in candelabra at the altar Otma and Paul min pm. A. And Criar or members was Beauty the Church of the Good Shepherd Hugh pans. Dorothy and Khz full and decorated by in Arcadia made a Lovely setting Burn. Betty and Joe Miller Pat and Hortense Seymour of the cottage a i shop. It was cantered with tall a i Goda candlesticks holding chinese red blossoms and tall Ivory tapers i and a bowl made of the pod from farm the Date Palm Large red and Gold year chinese musicians were flanked by nit 8 a chinese bowl of red and Blue. Than blending into soft Maize and Gold. I on the mantel mrs. Seymour placed attend optimists party Kenny Barnes of Santa Anita motors and mrs. Barnes and or. And m s. Deco Van Horn attended the charter party for the Baldwin Park optimists club last monday evening at the cheats Grill. Good Shepherd Church setting for wedding White Flowers and Cathedral to mrs. Caroline Ganther received the Ivory taper for mrs. J. W. Watson. As Junior trustee and mrs. Ernest Leeper As senior trustee was also Given an Ivory taper. Mrs. Munger Aid a keep your Ivory tapers glowing with a flickering i mrs. C. J. Messenger parliament j tarian a Violet taper for Wise opinion mrs. Albert Green program chairman Pink for Harmony mrs. Phillip weary treasurer a taper of Brilliant Gold mrs. Henry Hege federation Secretary Green for alertness mrs. Earl corresponding Secretary Violet taper for messages True mrs. Gregory Chase recording Secretary yellow for vision mrs. Henry Riess. Second vice president Blue for loyalty mrs. Belt Morris. First vice president was also Given a Blue taper for loyalty and friendliness. Candle presented when mrs. Dressier was Given her White Candle the installing officer said a for you i blend the colors of your officers in the shades of the Rainbow for you to make Harmony of mrs. Hege presented the president s pin to the new president who received it graciously expressing her pleasure at the Opportunity of service. Mrs. Ray Allen Young retiring president presented mrs. Munger with a gift from the club. Mrs. Young presided Over the business meeting and reports were read from mines. Kenneth Leslie. Gregory Chase Ray Kennett Wood Glover dressier. John Ross g. G. Meade i Belt Morris Young. Hans Schmidt and Henry Reiss. Mrs. Linden read the prize winning report and presented the award to mrs. Schmidt. The three Charier Rne Moers of the club. Mines. James Stoker a. L. Parker and Mary Sumwalt were honoured by the members. Miss Virginia Kelly violinist one of the award winners at the recent music i a1 festival held in Long Beach i played Seitz a first concerto and Borowskiy a she was accompanied by mrs. Nina Blethen Well known musician. They later entertained in the foyer during the Tea hour. Mrs. Rose Lan and mrs. Victor Knarreborg decorated the stage and mrs. Jackson Stanley made corsages for the charter members. Tea served a delicious Tea was served in the foyer by the following members of the hospitality committee mines. John Ross chairman Roy Graham. Jas. Cooke. Jos. Smith Robert Dow. Ray Kinnison e. J. Fentress i Victor Covell and s. L. Sharpless. The receiving line was composed of the new officers. The Tea table presided Over by mks. A photo by Paul Kennedy Wallace Dressler chinese modern brass bowls Lilied with magnolias and Early fuchsia and Tho stately figurine of Princess Ming toy a figurine of unusual height. Visit missions mrs. Dorothy Harrison and miss Campbell members of the Community presbyterian Church will join the caravan of presbyterian members from los Angeles area travelling to Ganado Arizona june l�?T0-24, where they will visit the presbyterian Mission and study its needs. Atwater 7-5663 Monrovia 45 Are the right numbers for expert dry cleaning menus and women a apparel rugs and drapes delivery and pick up Hanna cleaners since 1907 we own and operate our own Plant Allen a. Belly Milton k. Bell 140 e. Lemon Monrovia Geraldine Shearer Gold Seal graduate miss Geraldine Shearer daughter of or. And mrs. K e. Shearer of 1305 South Santa Anita Avenue is one of the three Odd Seal graduates of m a. D High school she plays the cello and has been a member of the san Gabriel Valley symphony orchestra for two years miss Shearer is planning to enter Redland University. Edward marshalls have third son it s another Poy for or. And mrs Edward j. Marshall of 121 East Longden Avenue. Terry Mark was born May 22 at St. Luke Hospital and weighed seven pounds one ounce at birth. He has two older Brothers Eddie 12 and put 3. Santa Anita athletic club plans Gay picnic Santa Anita Athl it tie clubbers and their families Are anticipating a Gay and Happy time at the family picnic Winch us to be held in san Dimas Canton the a morning of june 15 or and mrs. F. Harold Roach and their committee Are planning a i la cot in country style breakfast to bt1 cooked out of doors. Plans were completed at a committee meeting held at their Home on West fore t Avenue tuesday meeting. Attending were messes. And Mes. Harry be Bitt de fore it Stoll diaries Root Ray Gordon George Harold Griffin and rid red Pennington Rei five degrees Willard Ganther and Walter Scott Hall will receive their degrees at the University of Southern California on june 14. 74e cd Cut copied dec Man id cow titty Riverview maund Rcd shirts finished to his taste. A she finds her frocks dry cleaned As she likes them the Riverview Way and blouses and Cottons Petal fresh. Kill Iii ii w Capitol 4231 or Zenith 4231, suburban Exchange Good neighbor policy party line style to provide Telephone service to More people there Are More party lines in use these Days than Ever most telephones Are busier than Ever before. When you share a line with one or More parties you la All get the most from your Telephone service if you la remember. Five Golden rules for party line neighbors a space your Calls instead of making an extended series of talk Only As Long As necessary. A if yours is an emergency Call and the line is in use explain the circumstances to the person using the line. A if you Are calling from a dial Telephone always make cerium the line is Clear before you dial. A ask your youngsters not to monopolize the Telephone. A replace the receiver properly when you finish your Call. Thank you the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph company 34 North first ave. Atwater 7-2101 and for the wedding of miss Betty Ber Mac Mcdowell franc Nice Ansorge and Leroy Alvin j Gunderson. Morin the evening of May 23. The Rev w. M. Hildebrand officiated protein conscious at the formal ceremony. J More eggs were eaten by 1 families in 1946 than in any mice 1940. The total was a billion eggs 4 per cent More in 1945, arcadians Back from enjoyable motor trip or. And mrs. Frank a. Ekman of 1500 South first Avenue have just returned from a most enjoyable three weeks motor trip to new York City. Buffalo. Silver Creek and Niagara. Going and coming the humans stopped Over at Kansas City mo., to visit with their son Howard f. Ekman. Fellowship go cup the youth Fellowship of the Church of the Good Shepherd. Methodist will meet at the Home of Marilyn Baker 460 Fairview Avenue this evening. The awning Man Aii types of awnings and canopies installed ant Blate in the county cd. 3-2731 at. 4-3295 a it s a business with i s at. 1-7463 by. 8-1243 not a Side line new arrivals of very wanted items shelf lining cd. 20c 4-piece canister sets set. 79c Oil cloth White step on garbage cans White with Flower we have. Blanket binding in wanted colors Lovely Metal bread boxes. White with Rose we have. Skirt facing each. 75c 2 _ inches wide to extend your dresses. In wanted colors

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