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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - June 11, 1938, Arcadia, California Saturday june la 1938arcadia daily Tribune Page three local climb activities maimonis. Hesse k legion women to meet at new Park j8th District of the american legion auxiliary will meet in Arcadia wednesday june a non Anita recreation the potluck picnic 15, Park for a luncheon at 12 unlock. Following luncheon Tho regular business meeting of the District will be held and mrs. Ellen Norris ids Tor inn of Arcadia unit no. 247, extend in invitation to All elective offi amp committee chairmen and service Wincn of the City to attend As she wishes to take a picture of them for her history Book. Holds meeting at the meeting of the auxiliary held thursday night at the legion clubhouse William Elam City attorney spoke on Tho advisability of incorporating and definitely advised against it. Two guests two guests mrs. Louise Kelly of Cleveland and mrs. Roy Frederickson of daily City Calif., were present. At the attractively decorated birthday table for april May and june birthdays wore mrs. Olwin co veil mrs. Emma hairier mrs. Helen Scofield mrs. Frances Krebs mrs. Vivian Roberts mrs. Dorothy Carver mrs. Bessie Heifer mrs. June Adcock and mrs. Frederickson. Wins prize mrs. Olwin cover won the gift prize a pair of Lovely guest towels and mrs. Helen newer headed the committee on arrangements composed of mrs. Ethel Sloan mrs. Lucille Tippetts mrs. Osa Cassady mrs. Hattie Douglas and mrs. Florence Mccullagh. Nebraskan vacations with friends Here mrs. Cora Bentley who arrived thursday from Lincoln Nebis the House Uesi of or. And mrs. John Hast idler and daughter Virginia 456 West Duarte . Mrs Bentley a tonner neighbor of her to. Toss in Hutchinson kans., is Bouse Mother of Sigma Chi fraternity at Nebraska University. Nancy Ann Lee celebrates birthday honouring the eighth birthday of her Small daughter Nancy Ann Lee mrs. W h. Lee entertained 16 of Nancy s Small friends recently at lit r Home 78 Las Flores Avenue. Favors of Pink Green and yellow two pretty birthday cakes Bright with candles and a Heap of daintily wrapped birthday gifts add d a colourful touch to tile scene. Small guests Small guests bidding Nancy a Happy birthday were Roberta and Donald Goodwin Helen Mounsey Barbara Schofield Marilyn Bree Mary Jean and Robert Neuer Mary Ann Vickers Suzanne Marie Arlow Beverly Brown Lorraine and Gloria Vickers Suzanne Lee Schiver and Nancy Annas twin Brothers Rob i Ort and Arnold Lee. Mrs. William Slater if san Gabriel grandmother of Nancy Arm and an aunt mrs Robert a. Brown i of Long Beach just Back from a vacation trip to Honolulu also at a tended the party. Kent Lindell rites to be held sunday in a Beautiful Garden setting miss Esther Lorraine Kent daughter of Rev and mrs. Charles a. Kent of Altadena will become the Bride of John la Linden jr., son of or. And mrs. John la Linden. 507 Naomi Avenue tomorrow afternoon at 4. Rev. Kent the father of the Bride will perform the marriage rites in the Garden of his Home. The Only attendant of the Bride will be her sister miss perils Kent. And James Tigner of san Bernardino will serve As Man to the bridegroom. Garden reception a reception for 150 guests will be held in the gardens following the ceremony. Both miss Kent and or. Linden Are graduates of Arcadia Duarte Monrovia High school. She later attended Chaffey Junior College and he the University of Southern California. Ball player. Opposite City Hall Arcadia Alif. Wes variety off to mountains to rest Ani fish mrs. John Donnellan 250 West Duarte Road and sons Jack and j Richard left yesterday for a months vacation trip in the High sierras near Bishop. Tin1 Donnellan Plau a quiet vacation spent largely fishing and resting. The daily Tribune a i business and professional directory office 2891 a phone a lies. 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 or. T. H. Smith dentist hours 9 to 6 a phone 2630 evenings by appointment 671 w. Duarte Road Arcadia Carl f. Bass optometrist phone 585 hours 9 to 5 examination by appointment 5014 e. Huntington Arcadia i. N. Kendall . Surgery. Gynaecology obstetrics office hours to to 12�?2 to 5 evenings 7-8, except wednesday phone 2141 Ici n. First ave. \ Loans notary insurance Dee m. Payne real estate 56 e. Huntington Arcadia phone Arcadia 2294 5294 j Ethel c. Guinther chiropractor too n. First ask Pii. 2813 next door top St office or. Grace Cullen chiropractor Telephone 2504 hours 9 a. In. To 3 p. In. Evenings by appointment 225 8. Fth St Avenue Arcadia Aiu Ahia disposal co. 56 e. Huntington or. Phone 2294 collections mondays and thursdays 50c a month Lekoy Anderson attorney at Law Arcadia office 51 e. I by. Pm. Arcadia 2785 arc. . Hrs. Wed. Amp sat. L. A. Office 510 w. 6th pm. To 8221 John f. Houlihan draperies a venetian blinds u Pitois teeing 124 e. Huntington drive phone 517 or 798 Job printing a Arcadia daily Tribune Loh. 1st ave. Pm. 2131 Northwestern Mutual life ins. Co. Hun nor Lou Milt or i nil Hanck vim Iti is la i in. Vii Utic i-4tso \ \ t Peakes special agent j a a j it i if ii Mimi or. Vin aft Lith j cleaners pm. 2262 Sunshine tar we Lead in Quality and service tailoring Altera Lions relining repairs Low Cash and carry prices 18 n. 1st. Arcadia a. L. Lea Verena general contractor 231 s. Second Avenue jacks we fit feet por shoes 5 12 s. Myrtle ave. Monrovia Calif. Graduate Ortho Peist \ my shoe fitting we can order any make of shoe to l it your foot mens and ladies to dot1 cleaning and alterations at Cash a Ltd a Quot i v prices g. W. Strauser 148 e Huntington iphone 622 anticipate weekend at big Bear or and mrs. Horace Orchard and con Sammy. 158 Alta or. And mrs. Charles Ely and son Jimmy Pat. 2014 South Baldwin and or. And mrs Smith 1430 South second in company with a Friend from Culver City Are having saturday afternoon for a week end Ai big Bear Lake. Monrovia is towed in los Angeles mins Virginia Rogers Enfantino. Daughter of mrs. M s. Enfantino. 412 Smith Magnolia Avenue Monrovia will wed Jack Galen Albright at a nut Al High muss in Beautiful St. Vincent a Church in los Angeles at i p. In. The services will be conducted by Rev. Father of Connor pastor of the Church. Attendants will be mrs. Frederick William Clark Matron of Honor miss Margaret Enfantino sifter of the Bride maid of Honor and miss a professional Ball player belong a a a Carey bridesmaid. Eddie Sie history club meets in Garden is Tor Leal facts More interesting j than fiction were brought out at the j annual picnic of the California tory Section of the Arcadia woman s j club wednesday afternoon at a Syl a Vanias a Home of mrs. E. M timer Toff chairman of the group. Lunch on w As served outdoors in a i r the great Oak tree and Garden Flowers on the tables gave a touch i of contrast to the creamy Magnolia j Blo. Oms brought by mrs. R ii Schwarzkopf As a Gilt to the hostess. I mrs. J. M. Macfarlane mrs. George Barngrover and mrs. Charles Lump Kin composed the luncheon commit i tee. Reelected chairman mrs. Timerhoff was reelected chairman for the forthcoming year land grateful acknowledgement was i in Ide to c. M. Needham Lor the gift an Aid to study my to the new York Yankees or. Linden is at present a Farmed out to the Oakland Ball team. Following a Short honeymoon the Young couple will reside in Oakland. Baby born to or. And mrs. Bauer gel. Will act As Best Man and w. Thomas will usher. Reception follows of a blackboard of of Spanish names. Many pilgrimages for next year will be planned the chairman announced. Tells history show Catalina to visitor from South included Iii the Happy group o Young people who dashed to Catalina monday to show muss Edn Thorne of Martin. I dm., the islam were misses Lerna and Dorothy Mitchell cousins of miss Thorne Herbert Metcalf and Elmer Jorgenson. I my Day i Hyde Park i was particularly interested in a report in yesterdays 1 paper of the petition filed by a Quebec member of parliament to Annex a Small strip of United states land. The state department Doe not comment on the incident but the reasons Given seem fairly reasonable to anyone who has even been in that part of the state. I suppose ceding five Miles of United states territory will be a very difficult procedure. I done to doubt that there will be arcadians to be prominent at Gold Hill a a a a # rain turns picnic into Buffet supper do in Ulii to Gold Hill p of Nom nigh this flt for i a no miss actor Sec Harold some members of this Small Community who will prefer to remain United states citizens even without schools and in spite of duties. So i foresee Long diplomatic arguments before any conclusion can be miss Elizabeth schermerhorn gave j reached. At least no one is talking a a8er of Pasadena Community playtime Story of Rancho Santa Anita about going to War about it which House spoke at a recent membership Street was chosen president Elizabeth schermerhorn Dii at Large mrs. Celeste Martin rotary and inn Bulbar Martin stage manager. Mrs Lundbe g the new has been Active in to almost from its inc the office of Secretary number of membership p reeling and playing a i the play staged at the the san Bernardino lit she was also a member of f of the prize winning play Santa Ana tournament last although dramatic act Vil suspended for the year the plan Many interesting social affairs among them a grilled suppler to be held outdoors. As plans Are not completed the place and time will be announced later. Charles f. Puckett business Man finally scheduled for the Gar-0f the Theodore Brodhead in Sants Anita Oaks last due to inclement weather and a t minute changes the annual a a picnic of chapter dec p. E. O., for members and husband turned out to be a Bullet suppler held in the Monrovia Tennis club instead. Camp fire girls Busy As bees a Vav preside arg an Taal i Tion hold Rhea the week a Monda Junior the he nue pc a first Camp Gire girls have a Busy head of them beginning next v when the Blue Bird and Camp fire groups meet at by House 763 Arcadia Avell Flag Day observances Yane Jig tool will meet at Avenue school wednesday at. In and a Sun a will Conin thursday at 3 30 p in. Roup food Sale ends tonight today is the last Day possible to obtain one of those delightful Eye filling cakes or pies baked by the members of the Santa Anita athletic club and on Sale at Hardy Harris electrical shop to North first following the wedding ceremonies Long in naming and org. Winfield a reception will be held at the Derby j g c 0 a f membership chairman. Tavern at 2 30 for friends and Rem and the interesting data surround a shows improvement since 1830, when j meeting and told the players of i Avenue until 6 o clock tonight. The boundaries Between Maine and a Canada nearly brought us to grief. Shakespeare club of Pasadena told 1 j have received a letter which in to yes o e Young Coupe to w ,0 current compiling of the his j Teress me extremely. An Agency Mancial and play producing activities that Are successful. Proceeds of the Sale will go to swell the club s coffers. Announcement was made yesterday by or. And mrs. Earl m. Bauer 948 West Huntington drive of the birth of a baby son Melvin Louis on june i at their Home. Spend their honeymoon touring the Northern part of the state by motor. Both Young people Are Well known in Arcadia where miss Rogers was employed by the Pines Coffee shop until recently. Tory of. Each family arriving in California prior to 1905 and asked that members submitting papers hand them in typed to mrs. Timer Hoff for recording in san Francisco. Teaching daughter 0 about dangers Dorothy Dix should begin at the p Cradle has been opened in new York City exclusively for musical representation. There has been they Tell me some difficulty in the placing of musical manuscripts and this seems to Promise real help for Young composers As Well As the better known telling of her years As Secretary j composers and writers of songs. cobs p. Huntington Railroad i am particularly interested be famous Man mothers should Start Early by placing red lanterns at the hairpin curves on life s pathway so her daughter will be less Likely to skid a Mother asks a How should i talk to a 16-year-old daughter what counsel shall i give her How can i teach a pleasure Loving High spirited girl who is utterly ignorant of life yet who thinks she knows All the answers to avoid the temptations and dangers that lie All about her a magnate and founder of Huntington Art gallery mrs. E. M. Rush lecturer poet and editor of the hol i Lywood anthology of poetry now in cause it has been our Good Fortune to receive Many songs and musical compositions during the past few years frequently with the plea that its third edition entertained the j if we like them to pass them along members with a sparkling recital of j for publication. That of course is conferences in which she sat with not possible but i have often Felt or. Huntington when senator Joe i would be grateful to know of some Cannon Illinois was trying to take agent to whom i could recommend the California breakwater now los these people and that is Why i am the Pines Coffee shop a and cocktail lounge Are air conditioned Well i Ani sadly afraid that if a Mother has Ivai Ted until her daughter is 16 years old before she has had any heart to heart talks with her that what she says wont Register much with the girl. She is 16 years too late with her instructive conversation. The time to begin preparing a girl for life is in the Cradle. It is the modesty it is a love of decency it is the refinement that is repulsed by grossness it is the self control it is the Roc Bottom principles that nothing can shake which a girl learns at her mothers knee that enables her to walk safely through the Pitfalls of the world. In our moments of temptation we done to split hairs Over an ethical problem. We instinctively act according to the code in which we have been brought up. The thing that too Many mothers fail to realize is that in these times of emancipated youth every girl has to be her own Chaperon. Her Mother cannot follow her into the places of business in which she works or protect her against the men she meets. She must be taught How to defend herself for she will stand or fall according to the Wisdom and strength that is in her. So then i think that if i had a 16-year-old daughter to Deal with i would begin by lighting a few red lanterns of warning at the hairpin turns of life where the Young Are Likely to skid and go Over the Brink. I should t indulge in any maudlin sentimentality about not brushing the Dew from the Rosebud and keeping a Young girl from knowing any of the sordid facts of life so that she would retain Lier innocent childlike belief in fairy stories. the contrary i would Tell her All that is to be told. I d make her read the scandals in the daily papers so she would know what happened to girls who let handsome Young men in Fine cars pick them up for joyrides or Icho let their married Bosses Tell Plum How their wires misunderstood them or who let some boy persuade them into setting up a love nest with him i would know that ignorance Isnit innocence and that the surest Way to make a girl watch her step is for or to know where the danger spots lie. Then i think i would say to my 16-year-old girl take it easy daughter done to be in too much of a hurry to Swallow life Down at one gulp. You probably have forty or fifty years More to live. Save something of Intel est and enjoyment to spread Over them. Enjoy yourself but done to overdo it. Have plenty of fun but done to wreck your health by dancing All night when you have to work All Day and going without lunch to buy finery for your dates. Play around with tile Bays a hut done to imagine yourself in love with every Good looking youth with a permanent wave in his hair. Just remember that your tastes and Yoni Quot motions Haven to had time to jell yet and that the things and the people you Are crazy about one Day you have i a bet the next. Angeles Harbor to Santa Monica instead of san Pedro. She later married e. F. Rush first shipping agent of California fruit. Historical highlights the member spent the first half hour of the program reporting historical highlights Learned in their studies during the past Winter that ranged from coyotes to a five hour conference on the history of san Marino Rancho Between Henry Huntington and r. H. Schwarzkopf that held up the dinner hour in the former s Home. Group sing following the program the group spent the rest of the afternoon in the timerhoff Home where Many i travel souvenirs added to the interest of the occasion. Mrs. Lumpkin played on the Lovely old Organ and the group Sang a god be with you till we Miet again As a finale. Guests named guests included mesdames Mark Millspaugh j. Stoker. H. Reiss. John Ranshaw. J. Macfarlane. G. Barngrover r. Ii. Schwarzkopf e. Fren Tress b. Rubottom. E. Perry c. Hoover. Laura b. Daniels j Byrne f. Granville c. Lumpkin. C. Hookway. H. Schwarzkopf Alice Cline w. Shoat e. Rush and misses Elizabeth schermerhorn Eva and Florence Reynold and the hostess. So pleased at this discovery. This is a Beautiful june Day. My first morning activity was a visit to the Hospital. I sat in mrs. Schei a Der a room for quite a while without j her knowing i was there for she was sleeping. Something roused1 her and she looked at me and demanded sternly Why i had not awakened her. In Arcadia on Highway 66 Otto Petersen prop. Street and driveway improvements of ail kinds asphaltic Concrete phone Arcadia 2437 then i would say to my Sweet 16 hold yourself dear. Don t make yourself Cheep. Realize that every Man is going to take you at your own valuation end treat you accordingly. If you have dignity and self respect Independence and reverence for your own body men will not Tell you Dilly stories or make improper proposals to you. They will no on their Best manners As Well As their Best clothes when they come of take Vou out and you will be the kind of girl that the men who Are Worth marrying want As a wife but if you Are Riff Raff yourself you will attract the Riff Raff boys who will think you Good enough for Blind lairs and cheap shows and who will treat you with the contempt you a e earned. Last times today Geo. Burns Gracie Allen Martha Raye a College swing also Warden Lewis e. Lawes latest Story a Over the Wall id dually my dear i would say to my 16-year-old go slow on a e v to a. Don t make your ups a free lunch counter for every Tom Rel. Rid Lluu who takes you out to the movies. Maybe there is no Herm in a casual Good night kiss particularly if it has been iced Down v it custom until it has no More thrill in it than a handshake but All the Canie kissing is a dangerous pastime for girls. You can get just As drunk on kissing As you can on cocktails and p p is , irresponsible for your conduct. Put parked automobiles on Vul i f boo list and a Oid wild parties for they set a girls feet on the Toad t Vit leads to destruction. These Are some of the things i would Sun to a 16- ear old girl and maybe she would listen but probably she Dorothy Pix opens sunday Irene Dunne Douglas Fairbanks or. A Joy of living also the Jones family in a Atrip to Paris the greatest of All barriers to dictatorship is a there can be no successful dictator hip in this country or in any other country As Long a newspapers remain Tref and untrammelled. A by the very nature of their Public service they must scrutinize and report every act and every policy of the government they focus the attention of the people on the motives and conduct of every official and every candidate for Public office Freedom it the press is the greatest of All harriers to dictatorship and every aspiring dictator knows it. The countries where newspapers have lost their Freedom Are the countries where free government of a free people has perished. Americans can take to heart Tim lesson. Your newspaper which you Mav take for granted As a familiar part of daily Lite is your guarantee that american Liberty shall survive. Support your new pm Pei prot Rte a i it insist that it retain its Independence for its welfare is your welfare its Freedom i your ire Edoin. 1 this t. Tio ninth to oin to tonal ail a t a a a Quot of pon0t of by 1 a Joi in ifs Iii Ijen publisher a a a a n i ton Amu Delu Dun an adds Lek re a i a lie in january i and a a it a Quot in to of Cali it in at Institute of to it Ltd Ltd h v a free people cannot exist without a free Pressl when you think of h to ii v think of Baldwin Avenue a i2io Baldwin ave Phon
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