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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - June 22, 1939, Arcadia, California Tonii a div june 22, 1089the Arcadia Tribune Ami news Pace three i . A to in a Dia act Vita j la �?�4 =1 a of �4 i i i i i i it Alj jul. W. A. J v. Jill v jul j l in ilk a you jul a l/ua/7 it Fri c. I. Miki the second annual a hid was Given tuesday night at Community Church Compline miss Virginia Hill president presided at the banquet table which was attractively decorated with Mummer Flowers. Moved to our former location 532 n. First ave. V dark room in rear where All kinds of photographic work May he had at reasonable prices. New Telephone number Atwater 7-5061 for appointment on portraits Roush photo service 532 North first Avenue our former location any size 6 or 8 exposure Roll developed and printed for 2s$ tax extra re prints 3, 4 and 5 cents Saye this list Al Pasadena Community dance civic auditorium june 23rd the Sterling music of Sterling Young june 24th Manny Harmon and his Kho movie band june 30-july i Billy Mcdonald three months at Topsy Ai Mon. Grant hotel. Sun Diego july 7-8 Claude sweeten the great 15-piece Niu Al band returns by popular request july 14-15 Dick Winslow and his collegians Tian Endeavor formal banquet the social Ball of the Arcadia rating High school graduates. Following a Turkey dinner the Clever program of entertainment was Given. A 5kit. Quot school i>ay.s�?T�?T, written by Jim Osborne won presented with lots Ward Nettie Bartle Thelma Sprague Bob Adams David Tilford and Lawrence Herkner taking part. The Quot lie Detector and its Quot victims Quot David Tilford James Dougherty and Ray Ramuz caused much merriment. Builders of the Quot Detector were Lawrence Herkner Bob Adams and Jim Osborne. Community singing and games concluded the enjoyable evening. Guests of Honor included ii. H. Pike sponsor mrs. N Milo Piske and Hugh Nelson. High school members present were Myrtle Peterson Earl Kuester Virginia Wilder John Vanderbur Jane Adams Raymond Ramuz Betty Glass new members were Elizabeth Austin Edward Eveleth Jeanie Cuellar and Leroy Raile. Others were Jimmy Osborne David Tilford Nettie Bartle Lucille Chi lots Ward. Margaret tahitian Leila Peterson Virginia Hill James Dougherty Bob Adams Francis Cooper june Ward Margaret Hearn Bill Heim Jane Dougherty Bob and Bernice Borden Maurice Herkner Margie Dickson and Thelma Sprague. Estrellita club holds meeting hostess to Estrellita club for their regular june meeting was mrs. Bess Sanborn 638 West Duarte Road who entertained club members at her Home for luncheon and Bridge wednesday afternoon. Mrs. May Glover mrs. Bertha Thompson mrs. Katherine sweeten and mrs. Dee Allen placed highest on scores. Substitutes were mrs. Katherine Bottema for mrs. Lura Custick mrs. Ethel i Worth for mrs. Elizabeth Walker mrs. A Lucille Linden for mrs. Helen Haberman and mrs. Florence Shearer for the hostess. Members alluded mesdames Edith Gruben. Jessie Leonard. Ella Evans Florence Endicott Laura Walters Lillian Ward Alice Miller and Edna Anderson. Mrs. Granville visits at Redlands mrs. John Granville 1303 Oakwood drive spent the re-9 Days of last week with or. And mrs. Fred l. Granville of Redlands. During her absence her Home was occupied by or. And mrs. Pat Stine. Arcadia Beauty Mart for appointments Call at. 7-1351 san Gabriel Valley lumber co. 57 Wheeler st., Arcadia Atwater 7-2147 announce addition of a Complete electrical fixture department Keith Watson department manager builders hardware a dramatic Entrance at any with a striped Blouse for dinner party is assured the wearer of this exotic Valmour costume i or a or of a i re Vav de Girdle in Brilliant color. O. E. S. Social party saturday officers and members of sixty eighth District and their friends will be entertained by line officers of Arcadia chapter be. 471, order of Eastern Star. Saturday evening. June 24, at 6 of clock in the masonic Temple. Mrs. Elsie Westerlo use. Worthy Matron and Wood Glover worthy Patron will preside. A special invitation has been extended to Arcadia members and their friends by tile committee in charge. There will be dancing cards chinese checkers and refreshments will be served at the close of tile evening. Tickets for the affair Are 50 cents and May be obtained at tile door. Athletic club picnic luncheon a picnic luncheon at Santa Anita county Park was a highlight of tile regular meeting of the Santa Anita athletic club held wednesday with mrs. Dan Rose president presiding. It the Short business meeting. After luncheon the group adjourned to the Home of mrs. Charles Hoover Tor an afternoon of Bridge. Members present were mesdames Harold Bell. Clifford Bunch. Richard Van Pelt. A. R. Chambers. Robert Utman Dorothy Linden. Russell Davis. J. E. Haney Dan Rose Carl p. Smith George Sornberger. Charles Beery Bruce Douglas Joe w. Hall. Sam l. Williams William Hobbs Cha Des a. Nugent. Melvin Bankhead. Chares Hoover. E. B. Pennington and Earl Connor. New baby or. And mrs. Arthur cobol of Genoa Street Are the proud parents of a baby daughter Jeanette Fay born ten Days ago at a Pasadena Hospital. Ii Dye b eckers of Arcadia a a clearance of 34 better dresses regularly priced at $16.95 to $19.50 $10 now priced to Lear at each entire Stock Straw hats Price summer Flowers and Rainbow Solors will be used in the symbolical ceremonies formally inducting officers of the Arcadia Junior woman s club into office. The installation will be held tonight at the woman a clubhouse at 8 o clock with mrs. Edith Roberts As installing officer. Miss Barbara Geiger will take Over As president with mrs. Nate dubbing vice presi ent miss Mai Garet Brown Secretary i s Marjorie Dickson treasurer. And mrs. Eleanor Lucas Gibbs retiring president federation rotary to serve As her official Board. Mrs. A. R. Chambers mrs. C. E. Hoover and mrs. Mark Millspaugh will be sponsors of the group. Senior Board members will be a pedal guests and the meeting is open to the Public. Retiring sponsors mrs. R. H. Lucas and mrs. John Hostutler. Assisted by mrs. Chambers were hostesses at a Tea honouring Junior members and prospective new members held saturday in the Lucas Home. A Beautiful Tea table decked with varied Flowers tall White tapers and a gleaming Silver service was the Center of sociability during the afternoon. On thursday the juniors staged i Gay treasure Hunt from the club hot use. Fifteen members partied a cd. With miss Norma Clark and i s Edith Ekman in charge. A it Hes give picnic As Farewell party a family picnic at the Home of or. And mrs. H. W. Balch. 740 Fairview Avenue sunday afternoon complimented or. And mrs. Ralph Oiler of Pasadena who left wednesday on a motor trip to Iowa where they plan to spend the summer. Guests besides the hods and Hon it ree included or. And mrs. C. R Diller and daughters. Helen and Gretchen. Of Hollywood or. And mrs. L d. Daggett of Pasadena my children. Dick and Donna who will accompany their grandparents East. Church society plans a boat trip a a a cat trip will be Given Friday afternoon at 2 of clock in the Garden of the Home of miss Grace Mccurdy. 1025 Baldwin Avenue for i the Benefit of the woman smis sinary society of Hie Arcadia Community Church. Mrs. Edith Roberts will be spokes i Man for the trip. There will be a i diver offering. Ladies of the congregation and their friends Are sex i tended a cordial invitation by the committee in charge. Wheelbarrow ride evokes much fun Francis Howe a a recent Bride i room was compelled to push his Bride in a wheelbarrow Down Huntington drive to the Pines Coffee shop by a Gay Bevy of his friends. The guests met at the Home of or. And mrs. Ralph Ottum. Thursday night and left from there in a body. They surrounded the Home of or. And mrs. Howe thumping on tin pans ringing cowbells Etc. Following the a Parade Down Huntington past the theater with the guests and their tin pans supplying a cacophonous aces Mani nent the party returned to the o turn Home where the Bride and bridegroom opened the gifts that were stacked in the Middle of the floor. Refreshments were served and congratulations were extended the newlyweds. Among the guests were or. And mrs Jack Hanley. Or. And mrs. L e. Jeffreys or. And mrs. Galen Shoul miss june Cairns and Geraldine Burke Harry Elling on. Mel Fred Thomas Harold de Lance. Kenneth Lynden and Hugo Benin up of Arcadia miss Billie an Erson mrs. Margaret Jimmy Mckinnen of Monrovia. Or. And mrs. Earl Graf and Jim my Allred of Pasadena miss Virginia Trumble Kenneth Howe mrs. Tremble and mrs. Howe of Whittier the hosts and the guests of Honor. A Enders entertain nebraskan miss Blanche Woods of Omaha now in san Francisco viewing the Golden Gate exposition was a be t Here a1 the Home of or. And or. Donald c. Fender for several Cov before going North. Balea Iines a antique furniture. Repair shop. Repairing refinishing Tress i land Woven j slip covers carpet repairing and Rush seats j a w Ning Complete line of samples free estimation 606 North first Avenue phone Atwater 7-124 it to be honoured next tuesday rinses t friends and err int1 Larson mrs c b Lar up. Wpc Robert or a Nemr. Before lie relatives m i. Laughter of or on. 419 Ixer a i. Woof ton a it Harry Wootton of Glendale at the Glendale episcopal Church sunday evening at 5 o clock the Day following her graduation i rom u c. L a. The Bride wore a smart Navy Blue sheer dress with mate ones. Her hat was a la officers of the t let will to Honor meeting of Arlt Adit order of Eastern pier no. 4 give your feet a vacation too in this next i arces leghorn and her Corsage of Valley lilies. She was attended by miss Margaret Holtz of Visalia a College Riend who graduated with her Robert Yost of Hollywood was be t Nan. A reception followed at the Home it of the grooms parents after which the Young couple left on a honeymoon trip to the High sierras they will reside in Santa Monica upon their return. Or. Wootton is associated with 20th-Century Fox studios at Westwood. Mrs. Wootton expects to continue graduate studies at u. C. L. A next fall. Chapter and court v chairs will be tilled by District of tiers mrs Elsie , worthy Matron and Wood Glover worthy Patron will preside mrs May Glover Heads the committee in charge a Sistig her will be mesdames i Aura Walters Nellie Thelma Cox Bess Sanborn Mabel Upham and Hugh Sanborn. Barngrover Dupar i Fok Riverside major and mrs George barn Grover left wednesday for a trip to Riverside. On Friday they returned from a weeks fishing trip at Lake Henshaw where the caught the limit. On the following Day they entertained or and mrs e. E timerhoff at a fish dinner. Society meets each Day at Hollywood turf the second season of summer racing at Beau to till Hollywood Park in Inglewood is now in full swing and the turf club is the daily meeting place for society and motion picture stars. It is a virtual fashion Parade with the be t dressed women showing a decided preference for classic Spectator sports dresses in pastel shades. Saturdays and gala Days bring out a Good Many summer prints with huge Straw hats. Joan Bennett was the Center of attention the other Day when she appeared with Woolworth Donahue Cousin of Barbara Hutton Reventlow. Miss Bennett wore a White crepe dress with a Quot Stop red a Redin Gote polka dotted in White. A Large red Straw Quot Cartwheel and White accessories completed her costume. Virginia Bruce who is a frequent visitor to Hollywood Park when she has a Day away from the studio always wears very tailored sport clothes. Outstanding is her suede suit. A Rose skirt and powder Blue Blouse Are combined with a full length Rose suede coat that boasts a full shirred action Back. A Rose High crowned hat and Brown and White pumps add the finishing touches to the outfit. The turf club lounge is the Center of activity when the Days races Are Over and the guests pause Over cocktails and Tea to discuss Hie Days Luck and events. Stud Erakes Back from Utah or. And mrs. Robert Studebaker. Of Genoa Street have returned from a vacation trip to Utah. Radio service shop i amino real West Arcadia Atwater 7-8175 washing machines and vacuum cleaners repaired Florent e Beatty parlor get ready for vacations permanent wave Machhi Pless or machine Given by an expert at. 1526 664 w. Duarte Road. Happy hikers special $4.95 Gillette shoes to e. Huntington or. Bathing trunks a All Wool boys�?T.49c Coleman a variety opposite City Hall Grapevine c Afes grand opening under the Mother Grapevine on saturday june 24, 1939 a special seven course Chicken dinner with Champagne will be served $1.25 dancing to the entrancing music furnished by the Grapevine orchestra special entertainment fun galore the Grapevine cafe Frank Divizia proprietor 330 South Mission drive. San Gabriel minimum $ 1.25 for reservations no cover charge Telephone Atlantic 2-1613 a a highest Patent bread biscuits a pastry Fop i bread 3f Sci it5 Rast by j s. My Lumby i Cal Forkill milling Corpora Iota los Angeles. Cal bleached _ =. St i Foht 91. Les. Ace his a h free bakery Book Send today for novel Ace i flour baking recipes by to famous Home economist. Housewives have but to Call on one hour Ace i for perfect performance perfect results. Whether it lie bread biscuits or pastry Ace i exceeds requirements in so satisfying a Way As to Delight the Home it Aker. 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