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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - June 14, 1937, Arcadia, California Tim Arcadia Tribune v Arcadia Californi monday june 14, 1957 society and clubs scat variety in newest books at Library letters to the Tribune Friendship topic of auxiliary r meetings in june a ii i understanding among no to is inc theme of the american legion auxiliary a june activities according to mrs. Edith Doubrawa of the local auxiliary unit. During the month nation wid i emphasis will be Given to the work of a Lac the inter Allied veto ans j Fotion for strengthened inter friendships a foundation Tor permanent peace. Fidanc programs of Many kinds All featuring the spirit and purpose of Fidanc will be Given at the june meetings of auxiliary units throughout the country. Plays pageants and j Garden partly in eld a settings or depicting Pidacks efforts to maintain friendships developed among c Omini. Events tuesday june 16 regular meeting of Arcadia City Council City Hall auditorium a 8 porn. Wednesday j u n e 16 regular meeting of Amel lean legion auxiliary legion Hall h p. M. Wednesday june 17 membership meeting of Arcadia chamber at Commerce c. Of c. Offices in City Hall h Ujj. M. Committee plans mite see 25 by i b e e n for the the the Allied nations during the world War will by included in the months program a a Friendship and under standing be two powerful forces constructive forces from which Spring peace and happiness a said mrs. Oscar w. Hahn National president in her june message to the auxiliary. A a for the individual they arc the source and the foundation of a successful and Happy life. For the nation too they Are essential for peaceful Progress in the Community of nations. A hatred and distrust has been the historical attitude of the people of i on,3 country for those of another. This has been fostered by propaganda of International enmity by those in position to gain from tension and conflict among nations. The natural Dis rust and dislike of the stranger the foreigner has been promoted throughout t h e worlds blood be spattered history. A in America for the first time on a Tai go scale it was demonstrated than Peoples of different National-1 ties can live together in peace and undo standing. Every country in the world contributed to the peopling of America and there has been no conflict among the nationalities Here. International hatreds brought Over from the old world could not endure in the close contacts of the new Conn by. People of diff it nationalities came to sop each other not in the distorting minor of propaganda and prejudice but As they really were and Friendship developed. Now comes Fidanc with its Hope of teaching Peoples of different nationalities in their own counties to know and understand each other Fidanc is striving to replace the destructive propaganda of hate with education in Friendship. Inspired by the Days when men of Many a Lions served As comrades in arms in a common cause it is endeavouring to make the powerful forces of Friendship and understanding serve t thursday. June 18 regular weekly meeting of Arcadia Townsend club City Hall auditorium 8 p. M. Thursday june 18 luncheon meeting of Arcadia Den of Lions Intel National a. Derby tavern 12 noon. Friday june 19 a luncheon meeting of Arcadia rotary club woman a clubhouse. 12 noon. Attend wedding at Upland or. And mrs. E. Timerhoff were among one Hundred guests at the wedding of miss Martha Lee Edward. Daughter of or. And mrs. Mark k. Edward of Ontario and Paul Anderson be Trow of Hollywood. Whose parents Are residents of Upland. Solemnized sunday afternoon in the Cathedral of the Foothills at Upland. The brides Mother and mrs. Timerhoff we e friends when both i attended the same school in Chester. Ill the Bride was fashionably gowned in Wiite Satin and wore a Graceful veil of lace fastened to i her hair with a Coronet. She carried a sheaf of White lilies. She was attended by a maid of Honor who wore Salmon Pink and six brides maids d Essed in identical Blue gowns. They carried harmonizing bouquets of Sweet peas. In addition to the Best Man. There were six Ushers All wearing White suits. A reception in the Church Parlours followed and later relatives and family friends viewed the wedding gifts which were on display at thed a i d Home. H a acted who has Hainan committee responsible for Cess Ful dinner dance g i v month at Tho turf club ii plans Tagoui rec Nill s. Charles Willey appointed special it occasion the same he Suc a ii last making Tor a Benefit dinner to be at the Santa Anita regional rational Center on Friday eve june 25th. The affair Wil Benefit the newly created building fund of the Arcadia woman a club according to present plans made when the committee met last saturday afternoon with mrs. Willey the party will Start at three of clock in the afternoon with a t h i e i i c games and contests for everyone. Dinner will be served from 6 until 7 and will feature delicious Palmhurst rabbits. Preparations will be Nade to serve 150 to 200 people mrs Willey has announced. Woman a club members and their families a e expected to turn out nearly too Pei cent and the committee extends a cordial invitation to Arcadia merchants and theirs wives the dinner being planned at j a Ynve Nien hour. Reservation. Will be 65 cents pet plate and special attention will be Given to children with their dinner Only 35 cent Quot each. At the conclusion Ai their discussion on saturday mrs. Willey served refreshments to her guests. Those present were mrs. Charles Stewart. Club president and special guest mrs. Charles Beery mrs. Ella Baughman. Mrs. George Needham mrs Keith Bealeton mrs. John Kaskel mrs. John Hosteler and mrs. Lulu Reynolds. June 9. 1937 Bon Doubrawa hosts to club Arcadia woman to attend Royal neighbors conclave or and mrs. August Doubrawa entertained members of their Conli act club saturday evening with a i delightful dinner party Al be Derby tavern. This event inaugurated the clubs summer plan of dining at a restaurant and returning to the Louie of the Host and hostess for the evening. All were seated at a Long table entered with a bowl of pastel Sweet peas. Places were Man iced for or. And mrs. J e. Roecher. Or. And mrs Ralph Ericsson. Or. And mrs. Harry Nesbitt. Or. And mrs. Walter pm Rush. Or. And Pou Donee meats. C Anada by Andre Sigried surveys the geographical factors governing Canadas past and future the racial problems which confront her people and rulers and the relationship Between Canada and the United states. A Story Ai Tho decline of Europe is to be found in a dusk of Empire by Wythe Williams. He also shows clearly the use of America against the flaming background of War and the twisted web of european diplomacy. Quot none shall look by Caio i tie Gordon is a splendid Story of the civil War and follows the fortunes of the Allard family from the beginning of the War to the period of Indus Tialisa. Noel p. Cowards 1 a present indicative a is an autobiography of the English actor and pay Wright in which he describes his Early life of comparative poverty his years of struggle and Iii i Tim re Success t f of first hand knowledge old Friendship and a passionate interest in letters. Ford Maddox Ford gives us a a por Raits from the author recreates a number of notable figures of oui time and the generation just past. The norwegian Forest and the mountains Are the setting of a a wind from the mountains a by Trygve . Tills is the Story of the life and personality of old Dag of Bjorndal. Virginia Woolf brings us the a it begins with a group of i Cha notes living in London in the i 1880�?Ts and continues through the f years showing them in the Environ i a ment of everyday Lif,3 to the pres i Glenn Dyer unit american legion it express their a i for the splendid p us prior to pop a was a g cat Suc i your cooperation by in y Given us played in making it so. Sincerely Ellen Nelson. Poppy chairman. I Hei Ien Scofield auxiliary president j Clara to a brass let i monday night i Clara , recognized As i o woman a wrestling Champion of 1 to id will top tonight a weekly card at up. Pasadena Arena it was a no in cd last week by promoter Morrie Cohan. Clara who has been proving a m y Lon in All Hei appearances up Ond Down the Pacific coast will 0p r a Mas de Marvel a the latter has agreed to unmask if she is Defeated. More about teacher conclave continued from Page i arc Idia Duarte High school Terri j a Are a a spaced to be in attend us incr for the n. E. A. Convention in Detroit it was Learned this week. It is believed some Are to go Dir Ltd a a to Detroit from Arcadia and Monrovia in their own cars while others Are contemplating making the special trip by rail Over the above described route. Ent Ime. Juvenile books Are Jones ragman of Paris. Robinsons Bright Island. Kit in King Richards Squire. No lies Long live the King. Lee Marcos. Speaker mrs. Emeline Mcclusky 849 i or and mrs Cherie w a Hasson View Avenue. Arcadia a Dele and in. Fred ko0� or kale. Will attend the quadrennial m s. Doubrawa and sup Cine Camp of Royal neighbors first awards at Bridge we of America which win be had in by or Doubrawa and or the cause of peace Beautiful party honors worthy Matron Patron officers and hostesses of the Arcadia chapter of Eastern Star entertained mrs. Gladys Murfett. Worthy Matron and Chester r. Endicott. Worthy Patron. Saturday evening at the Sierra Madre masonic Temple with a 6 30 dinner and Caid party. Entering the head table was a Vari co loved Rainbow made of crepe paper with a pot of Gold Lemon j at one end. A tiny Rainbow topped each nut cup. Cellophane Flowers Blooming on twisted stems of tin can plants were b ight spots Down the Center of he three tables. Mrs. Elsie westerhouse and mis. Nell Schrader were responsible for the decorative scheme. Mrs. A y b. Wheeler was Gen chairman of the affair. Misses Betty Jean Endicott. Lorene Murieta voila Jean Rishworth and Ida Lee Wheeler dressed in summery Organ Dies served the dinner. A s. Wheeler presented the worthy a Ron with a Gladstone Over night bag the chapter s gift Colorado Springs colo., june 21 to 25. Inclusive it was Learned today. An extensive program has been arranged for the 5-Day convention. Annul Flag Day services to be noted by elks open hour will prevail this eve with business sessions scheduled Foi each Day dining which by Laws reports of office 5 and commit tees j nine it the a resolutions and other administrative i of the v b most Rovia a matters will be considered. Supreme i to Tel a Quot Lodi a no. 1427 officers will be elected and entertainment features ritualistic work services have been and memorial planned. Approximately 275 persons will at tend. Including 210 delegates and 17 elective supreme officers while visitors from Camps in Colorado and nearby states will swell the attendance at various sessions. The delegates will represent the society s membership of 561.964 in 44 states. Arcadian awarded Fellowship at Northern College announcement is made this week Lorn Mills College that Elizabeth schermerhorn of Arcadia has been awarded a Fellowship in poet i by in Tho creative arts summer bes j Sion of the Northern College. I miss schermerho n will leave for 1 the Bay Region within the next two weeks after the completion of the school year in Rosemead where she has been teaching during the past. So u ear William Rase Benet nation trl 1?&Quot poll it n to will head be Nevolyn and protective order or Vic 68 annual Flag Day ser each member has been urged to my a prospective member with him tonight. Exalted ruler Hayes Keiser will preside Over the Short Lodge session. Attend graduation in Hollywood High Speed train will the discussed by e Winans above to the meeting of the Pacific railway club on Friday evening june 18, in los Angeles. He is signal Engineer for the Santa be railway. Arcadia theatre phone 2661 wow playing a lean Harlow a Robert Taylor a personal property a a also Brite Davis and Humphrey Bogart in a marked woman a Calloway musical sat. Matinee i 30 p. M. Both features shown last show at 9 p. M. Continuous sunday from 3 Sci today s poultry a i prices it a . Furnished by los Angeles produce Exchange june ii 19.171 hens leghorn 21 to3t lbs., 12c hens. Leghorn Over 54 lbs Anc up to 4 lbs., 12c hens leghorn Over 4 lbs., 13� hens coloured 3l to 4 lbs., 20c hens coloured Over 4 lbs., 20c broilers Over a Aud up to i a lbs., 16c broilers Over in and up to 2v4 i lbs., 18c fryers leghorn Over 24 up re 3 lbs., 18c fryers coloured. 2 to and up to s lbs., 24< fryers coloured Over i1 up to 4 i lbs 24<. Roaster soft Bone barred rocks Over 4 lbs., 25c i roasters soft one. Other than barred rocks Over 4 lbs., 25c 3tags. 12c old roasters 7c ducklings 4v, lbs. Fend up 16c ducklings under 4v6 lbs 12c old ducks lie geese 10c Young Tom turkeys Over 18 lbs., 18c Young Tom turkeys 15 lbs. And up to 18 lbs., 16c Hen turkeys 9 lbs. And up. 18c old Tom turkeys 12c old Hen turkeys 12c squads under la lbs. Der do., 24c squads la lbs. And up. Per doz., 20c i Capone under 7 lbs. 24c Capone 7 lbs. And up 25c j rabbits no. I White 10c rabbits no. I mixed. 8c rabbits no. I old 4c butter extras 33c prime firsts 31 go standards 31 go undergrad 28 2c Large eggs candles clean extras 25c candles Light dirty ext As 24c candles clean standards 24c candles Light dirty standards 23c candles checks 22c medium eggs candles clean extras 23c candles Light dirty extras 22c candles clean standards 22c candles Light dirty standards 21c candles checks 18c Small eggs candles extras 19c candles Light dirty extras 18c cas3 count 22c Page the daily Tribune s business and professional directory i. N. Kendall in. D. Surgery. Gynaecology obstetrics office hour to to 12 2 to 5 evenings 7-8, except wednesday phone Hill in n. First ave. Loans 56 e notary i surant Dee m. Payne real estate Huntington Arcadia phone Arcadia 2294 my radio store phone 2298 we rep or All m Kes of sets 18 North first Avenue Arcadia Ethel c. Guinther chiropractor too \. First ave. Pm. 2911 next door to Post office Arcadia disposal co. 56 e. Huntington or. Phone 2294 collections mondays and thursdays 50c a month Carl f. Bass optometrist phone 585 Horn 9 to 4 examination by appointment 50 g e. Huntington areal or. T. H. Smith dentist hours 9 to 6 a phone 2630 evenings by appointment 671 w. Duarte re. Arcadia moved to new location or. E. C. Underhill dental surgeon x rays 1108 Baldwi phone 626 Arad tic John f. Houlihan draperies a venetian blinds upholstering 124 e. Huntington drive phone 517 or 798 for rent and for Sale cards at Tribune office laundry wet or fluff dry 25 pieces a 35 cents nothing ironed sanitary laundry and dry cleaners Arcadia 632 50e shampoo amp Finger wave at Nadine Beauty shop 720 s. Santa Anita pm. 575 permanents $2 and up Gibbs radio service �?�>70 was los amp service a to years experience 379 West Norman Arcadia phone Arcadia 605 refrigeration service smallest up Nitro , a ran irs to Complete reconditioning Call arc Adia 2o<9 a. M. Ellsworth West Arcadia Beauty shoo i specialize in contour hair cuts at we socialize in contour haircuts a f 35c phone 494 at 53 and by Ink Alline v. Gagnon p 1204 Baldwin la Molter cleaners dependable service a Quality work Hork Ca de for and delivered. 227 North first ave., Arcadia phone 240t Arcadia Texaco station j a k Rai univ Huntington or. First ave. Jack Bai Dwin prop. Phone 2444 Lei us explain Marfak lubrication to you s. V. Schermerhorn Agency general insurance a read Rutits u general insurance 146 East Huntington or. Real estate a notary phone 541 Ipak swe fit feet a non for shoes a summer 502 s. Myrtle a in a a a styles Monrovia Calif. dust no a x Ray shoe fitting can order any make of shoe to fit your foot prompt and economical financing on Home Loans greater Arcadia building loan association m fast Hintington do Telephone a mrs Anna Moening mrs. Alrena b. Ellison mrs. Emma Hamer and Bill Hainer attended u. C. L. A commencement exercises held Friday at Hollywood bowl. Constance Ellison was among those receiving diplomas. Juvenile revue of the Peggy Gene school of dancing in vent re Mayflower school auditorium Monrovia Mayflower North of foothill jew to Fth amp a on Vouk trips to l05 no eyes mentation speech. D. Lloyd Nelson held the sympathy of everyone present when he awkwardly stumbled had dropped i. Endicott gift afer a speaking his piece but gales of laughter resulted when he produce the True gift a thee piece Leath of set and revealed that the Stum no a it it was All a part of the show. Is. Murfett was also Given a Evjy if her hostesses or As font paying it. Leonard winning Irvine m a a Lishes in aug Lon Milr my Murt a. First for gent Emen mrs. Mary embark and i nov no in a awards in Here sixty two present. Try Tribune results the creative writing department the College and will personally Supe Vise and instruct this Young Arcadia poet. P ant ads for Best seek to Stop film Hollywood june 14 up the Barrymore family was reported d Day to be negotiating to suppress the one reel movie starring Elaine Jacobs Barrie Barrymore divorced wife of John Barrymore entitled How to i Nodievs before your the film. Those who have previewed it said hears out the title. Origin or name halibut the halibut derived its name from he Middle English words a a Haly Quot j holy. And Quot Butte a founder. You will also and Maiv nth run. Cars try a few trips at the Selow advantages in Riding the big red Ablert a Lur travel really is s prove for yourself How enjoy arc Adia and round trip 60c eally la one Way fares Between a a 35c los Angeles with ?,7f�?octbv0thperf no present a a a Vel costs a form of ticket to meet voc am. Need to monthly i lot a tit it i., a 101 Calendar month sin 50 one weekly pass Good from m 20c to Rihs w�?odlvidu4�?~ Quot i Quot Quot pm a i 70 0-Illde family or party limit 70 Days 2w ass a a in no. 2c 19v2c 25c a ctr in h 0. M a it i or passenger i Reft c Mono i to Angeles coi Forni. Speedy trains hand in hand furnish tie Ideal transportation to Chicano and the East. Here Are the 7 trains from los Angeles. The super chief the chief the California limited grand Canyon limited the scout the Navajo fast mail express a the new Santa be scout with deluxe coaches tourist sleepers lounge cars and dining cars is planned for Economy and excellence. Fred Harvey dining Cor meals breakfast 25c, luncheon 30c, dinner 35c. Here Are the fares round trip p. Tourist a uts mation coaches tourist of can ago Chicago. $57.35 $68.80 Atlanta. 6s 45 87 75 Bolton 94 95 125.90 Cincinnati. 67.35 85.40 Denver 38 35 46.00 Jacksonville. 74 25 97.30 Kansas City. 48.00 57 60 Minneapolis. 57.35 68.80 new Orleans. 56 so 68.15 j new York cite. 89.75 1 19.30 i St. Louis. 54 35 65.20 Washington 84.25 11 3.45 and Many More Santa be ticket office Ano travel Bureau f. J. Pierie ticket agent Arcadia Alif. Phone 503 i when you think of Hardway _ a a _ think of Baidwin Avenue har Waitt i2io Baldwin ave phone Zed. Sheehan furniture o Mer Eccl two stores of Keefe amp Merritt gaffers amp Sattler Tappan Gas ranges electro Lux refrigerators r. C. A. Radies Pittsburgh paints window shades venetian blinds linoleum phones. 2558 or 619 Simmons Beds and Springs rugs a broadloom carpet Wall paper awnings 135 e. Huntington orly 1220 St. Baldwin first class s86.0c j79.30 104 of 106.40 140.85 78.20 101.3?57.5 85.10 11 3 6c72.oc86.0185 15 101.20 134.5081.50 95.10 129.40 visit a a Miller for the. Best lunch in Arcadia Beer amp wine hamburgers. 10c Mike s cafe 223 n. First Avenue Arcadia to sell pm you must Tell entry Tribune advertising
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