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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - June 22, 1939, Arcadia, California Mummy june 32, iwo shopping bag Section of and news for thursday a Friday a saturday Coes in Egis Palisades spot above Balboa Bay opened again the Palisades tavern fit Corona Lei mar Newport Beach it Overlook no Balboa Bay is now opened for he summer season it was announce d this week by John s. Harris ice president of properties inc., a presenting Tho owners and management. Quot thase who appreciate cleanliness and order will certainly find 10 complaint at the Palisades Tav a in. As their policy is Courtesy to ill alike whether they be of the younger or of the older generation Quot Harris said. Attractions available to patrons n the tavern include boating in Balboa Bay. Swimming and close proximity to Balboa across the Bay Here All the a circus frivolities Quot can e enjoyed by those who desire that Ype of amusement. And supervise is the watch Tower Chain Parley nearly fifty local units of Jehova has witnesses in and around los Angeles have practically completed heir arrangements for participation n the watch Tower International Chain convention to be held june 3-25 when los Angeles and Many Uher leading cities of the world will e tied in by direct Ware with Madi on Square gardens. New York the a invention Headquarters. Representing american legion posts in the san Gabri Valley five youths including Frank Turbeville of Arcadia Delegate of the Glenn Dyer Post no. 247, tomorrow night will depart from los Angeles via Southern Pacific to participate in the annual boys state convention at Sacramento. In addition to Turbeville student of the local High school the following boys will represent posts in this Vicinity Tom Masterson Monrovia Jack Scott Temple City Stanley Gilbert Highland Park Bob Mcneary Edison Post of san Gabriel. Arriving in Sacramento saturday morning the youths will report immediately to the state fail grounds scene of the government conclave where legionnaires boys state officials will the week of activities. Arrange dormitory Complete sleeping arrangements mess and entertainment will be part of the Camp program the official outline of the convention shows menus served during the convention will be approved by dieticians from the state Board of Public health when not engaged in study and demonstration suitable entertainment will be afforded under proper leadership. Election of boys state officers state county township and City scheduled for the third Day of convention with inst aviation and swearing in of elected officers programmed for the same evening. At this time governor Culbert l. Olson will meet the governor of the California boys state of 1939. The various governments will function throughout the convention with various problems affecting government taken up for discussions at lecture gatherings in the evening. Young Turbeville upon his return to Arcadia will file a Complete report with the local legion Post regarding his activities press ions of boys state. Pledge of youth the voluntary pledge taken by All concert Jusic to delegates to the convention follows j _ 1. I will obey the rules of boys j state. 2. I will take a serious and conscientious interest in discharging my duties As a citizen of boys state. 3. I will devote in so far As possible. A position of my daily routine to the athletic activities of boys state. 4. If elected to office. I will serve that office to the Best of my ability. 5. I will respect the judgment of my superiors. 6. I will not form injurious habits while at boys state which i do not practice at Home. 7. I will write to my folks at Home at least three times during the week of boys state. 8. I will make a formal report to my sponsors on my return Home. 9. In so far As possible. I will take an Active part in the affairs of the party in the City and county to which i am assigned. The state delegates Are assigned by draw to either the federalist or nationalist parties. In and in children a music recital sunday tile Public is invited to the second annual Public recital of the children a orchestra. Sunday of Ernon. June 25, at 3 p. A. In the woman a clubhouse 324 South first Avenue. Miss Norma Parks will direct and miss Doris Beadle of Pasadena will accompany the group. The thirty piece orchestra is com cosed of children from 6 to 16 years of age. They will play a Well hallowed program with violin flute and piano solos. Highlights of the program will be the violin quintette made up of children under to playing a in Days of Yore Quot a Prince and Jester and a Yankee Doodle Quot and thirty children singing the a a love song Quot and the Quot whisper p. J. C. Band plans much Advance interest in the band concert to be Given by the bul dog band of Pasadena Junior col a ego at the to e bowl. Wednesday evening june 28. At 8 o clock is being shown by Arcadia music lovers it is said. Tickets for this event May be obtained from Harold h. Scott music director of the Monrovia Arcadia Duarte High school. Or. Scott car be reached at Atwater 7-2760. The concert will be the last before the band leaves on a tour to principal cities of the nation. Clifford Wilcox of Arcadia is a member of the Horn department. Start on tour to Northern Points or. And mrs. Frank Fox operators of the Fox Begonia gardens 2112 South 6th Avenue Arcadia Are leaving Friday june 23. For treasure Island. While in the North they will Stop Over with their son in Berkeley. Truckee Reno and much of the american River country will be visited on the trip and the return will be by Way of Mono Lake and big Pine. Or. And mrs. A. B Fox of Santa Ana. Will have charge of their songs Begonia gardens during the two weeks absence. Shiers Are weekend guests of teepees or and mrs c. W. Shier were week end guests of or. And mrs. Rest i deeper at their summer cottage in Crestline. They were accompanied by their children David and Nancy who were the guests of Wesley Lenore and Roberta Leeper. J Opeka to he Sung at theater in l. A. The performance of the opera Madame Butterfly by the senior group of the san Gabriel Valley opera company will be Given on the evening of wednesday. June 28 at the Wilshire Ebell theater instead of the Alhambra High schoo auditorium As previously announced. Madame Sugi Machi the Jap Anize Prima Donna Well known As one of the Best interpreters of the Puc i japanese opera will be heard in the leading role with Frank col Lini singing opposite her. Or. Collin is also Well known in the state for i work in several operas and for having Sung the same role in Honolulu and the East. World service Lub meeting june 28 the world service club of the Arcadia Community Church will meet next wednesday june 28, at foe Home of mrs. Mer tis Way for an outdoor meeting to be held in the gardens of the Way Home. An interesting program has Beer arranged and All members Are urged to be present officers announce. Entertains Mother is Hou segies or and mrs. Claude Buzard. 19 Forest Avenue Are entertaining or Buzard s Mother mrs. Rebecca b j Baughn. Of Fresno As a House guest Arcadia boy scouts tilts week were making arrangements to attend the annual summer Camp program to to held at Cherry Valley n Santa Catalina Island it was announced by Milton Lubetkin chairman of the Arcadia District commit tee. Boy scouts of America. With five Camps scheduled on the 1939 Outing practically every troop in the Pasadena san Gabriel Valley Council will be represented at one of the 10-Day stays at the campsite located North of Avalon on the magic Isle Quot. Overnight camping trips to Camp Huntington in the Foothills above Altadena also Are planned by scouts of this area through the summer months. A a Elizabeth will be featured at playhouse in the crowning brilliance of Queen who called herself. Quot a Queen of emptiness and death Quot the Pasadena Community playhouse open the 5th annual Midsummer drama festival on monday evening. June 26th, with a Elizabeth the Queen a first of eight plays by Maxwell Anderson which comprise the summer event. Thomas Browne Henry directs the initial festival presentation and Patricia Corelli and James Seay Lead a Large cast into the eight week series. Following a Elizabeth the Queen Quot june 26 to july i the Anderson play caravan arrives at Quot Valley forge Quot and George Washington As its second drama Stop. July 3 to 8 playhouse festival schedule Calls for performances nightly except sunday and matinees each wednesday and saturday. Fires and facts by chief j. M. Nellis last week in this column i showed How the owner of a piece a of property might easily suffer for the negligence or thoughtlessness of other persons. A recent happening in a nearby City brings this fact even More strongly to my mind. % consider the Case of tw6 Teigh Bors occupying adjoining lots. For the purpose of this tale let us Call them or. A. And or. B. On or. A a property in which he takes great Pride and on which he spends considerable care he had a garage built so that one Side of it was exactly at the Edge of the property line of or. Bus lot. Now or. B. Also takes considerable Pride in his property but his care extends Only As far As the front Yard and the Back of his lot is cluttered with old boxes barrels and miscellaneous junk and is thickly covered with a luxuriant growth of weeds and dead grass. That is to say it was covered until last week when he went away Over the week end and a spark from a neighbors Bonfire started a merry Blaze in his Back Yard sunday morning. By the time the fire was discovered and the department arrived. The fire in or. A s backyard had spread up the Wall of or. garage and was making a Lively scene for a Large crowd of spectators. In spite of the valiant efforts of the firemen the Structure was a total loss. It Wras covered by insurance but or. songs bicycle hts wife s washing machine and his Small daughters doll buggy were not and they were found in the ruins. Or. A. Does t speak to or. B. Anymore. By the Way How does your backyard look one of the Best definitions of fire prevention is that it is the Well known timely stitch that saves nine. Preventing fires is something that Mast people never consider important until a fire has destroyed their property or even worse injured or killed someone. Then it is too late. Really scientific fire prevention is a highly technical matter. However. Anyone who wishes to make his Home or other property Safe does not need to have such information. He can get the detail.-, from the fire department. Its our Job to be Able to give advice on the subject and we re always glad to be called 6n the greatest thing the average person can do to prevent fires is to use Ordinary care. It is the i common fire hazards that can be avoided easily that cause the i greatest lasses. Carefulness is the Best fire preventative. Done to give fire a Chance to harm you and yours. Never expose yourself and your family to the fire danger by permitting fire hazards in your Home. A Ibn id i a Idi it i it it w a a Baba a a a a to in k a in i h Ltd bag a h a w a Diba v to cd by by a a Basc i >4 q it a Fig bag a it a i e i a lowest everyday shelf prices lowest everyday shelf prices rid i Bailu i Fig i Fri m Basc Dis Al j o i Al bal Al bal Al i i barn of i 1225 Baldwin ave. 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In Bonds straight Kentucky Bourbon f29 full pint a no Effort no waste ire London Dock Schenley 85 proof distilled from 100% Neutral spirits dry Gin i fifth gallon a Ron Bimini 84 proof cuban Type rum pint a a Rich Mellow rum recommended for any delightful summer drink or. Boston spot bottle 3-year-old straight Bourbon full pint Money Back guarantee 97 Maier Beer ale 12-ox. Cans 3 for 25c old Mission Beer 11-oz. A Deinies 4 for 25c Pabst Beer ale 12-oz. Cans 2 for 23c Case of 24 82.64 Quality always s and we red delicious kidney Beans no. 2 can la s and we really delicious Tomato juice i no. 2 can at Tor 15� s and we segments of Grapefruit no. 2 cans nor s and we whole peeled or halves apricots pc no. 2 a can at Al s and we clings one peaches no. 2cans 17 s and we hawaiian sliced pineapple no. 21a can 19 s and we delicious pineapple juice 12-oz. 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I. 29t 8< Ioc phone Atwater 7-3064 fresh fruits and vegetables Oregon Black cherries la. 5c Santa Rosa Sweet plums 4 lbs. 9c Evergreen Long ears Sweet Corn 3 Tor 5c fresh Kentucky Beans 3 lbs. 9c Sweet Spanish onions 4 lbs. 5c White Rose potatoes to lbs.9c Large size Valencia oranges Doz. 5c solid head cabbage Pound a baby carrots Bunch cucumbers each lowest everyday shelf prices lowest everyday shelf prices h a 4 in by h it <1 it a 0 it h 1 in a it by h 0 4 i by h in it in m 01 >1 disc to h in to 2 8 Bish Lohi i in i so in let in h 0 1 no i m n m a Al i Ken by an exceptionally Friendly and appreciative audient e greeted the artistic work of Kurt Metz Fluor Pean dancer and George Miller a a on Cerf pianist when they appeared in joint concert at the Wistaria Vine gardens in Sierra Madre sunday evening. Sponsored by be Petit Salon of Hollywood tile concert followed supper on the Garden Terrace. Or. Met a opened the program with Hie a a Toreador a danced i music of de Falla tile a Marcher Quot the Quot thief Quot and his lasing nuni Ber the Quot Gyp a Quot were virile Anc exhibited thoughtful expression am clarity of Motif. Perhaps the most unusual num Oer was the a idiot Quot danced to music of Hindemith. Wearing a slate Gray costume the Only note of color a red Flower held in his hand. Metze depicted with Superb pantomime the groping of a last mind. Alternating with or Metze or Miller presented As his splendid contribution to the program three preludes and two studies of Chopin his delicately intoned nuances perfect for Chopin won him an enthusiastic response from the music Loving audience. The Gay and rollicking manner in which he played Perc y Graing-cr�?T5s Quot country gardens contrasting with the mysticism of a a claim de Lune Quot by Debussy showed i exceptional Range and Power. Schubert a Quot Impromptu Quot was not Able for its Clear tone and i masterly rendition of Rubenstein i a Valse Caprice Quot was inspiring. That tender a Waltz Quot by Brahms a hauntingly Lovely and his encore of Ibert a Quot White Donkey Quot cleverly stylized. Among arcadians attending the concert were or. And mrs. Johi Kaskel or. And mrs. Ardene Boller. Patrons Charles and Wendel Stewart and Virginia Stewart Metze patrons and Patr Nesses include besides the boilers or. And mrs Perley Poore Sheehan or. And mrs Yonezo Okamoto mrs. W. J. Lawless mrs. W. W. Small and mis Edith Small of Sierra Madre Anc or. And mrs. Richard Taggart Altadena. Fire department auxiliary meets the regular meeting of the Arcadia fire department auxiliary was held at the Home of mrs. James Nellis wife of the department chief at 132 Diamond Street. A Short business session was held followed by cards and social festivities. Miss Gladys Cooper won the prize for High scores. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the meeting. Thase present included mrs. Gas Kaskel who presided in the absence of mrs. Lawrence Way president mesdames Ruben Stubener Frank Way Harry Holms. Bruce Moore Herman Steele Blain Blanchard William elder. Orville Tulga and William Touchon and misses Irene Stubener Gladys Cooper and Loomis. Business women will meet tomorrow nigh the Arcadia business and professional women a club will hold it.1 regular monthly dinner meeting at the Ivy cottage Friday june 23 at 6 30 p. In. Mrs. Jeannette Bona Nomi retiring president will preside. Following dinner the group will assemble at the Home of mrs. Fannie Duvall president elect 12c Genoa Street for a Short business meeting and a social evening. Arcadian awarded degree at Chicago miss Addie glib Thomas of Arcadia was awarded the degree of master of arts by the school of social service administration a1 University of Chicago at the one Hundred and ninety sixth convocation of the University in Rockefeller memorial Chapel. Club members plan summer vacations members of Santa Anita athletic sub Are planning a varied Calendar if activities. Mrs. Dorothy Linden s planning to spend the summer it Colorado Springs and mrs. Dan lose president will Hie away to a cottage at big Bear for the next few months. In Joy vacation it Laguna Beach miss Betty Ann Lumpkin spent he first three Days of this week at Aguna Beach with a group of drip m girls an athletic organization rom the local High school. Among Thor arcadians in the group were Toellen Beckstrom Eleanor Lee and 3obbie Dorsey. Foley Holer wedding rites at wee Kirk White trim wearing a bridal gown rope. Fashioned with a g Ned Bolero and a misty Finger tip Oil miss Cecilia c. Foley of arca a. Daughter of or inc mrs Fred i Wright of Lancaster and Wal or Hofer. Son of or. And mrs. A i. Hofer 2544 Naomi Avenue were halted in marriage thursday even no june 15, at the wee Kirk of the leather. Tile Bride was attended by miss Orothy Armour As maid of Hon a who was gowned in Pink taffeta and carried Talisman roses. Miss Margaret Beck and miss Lorena Ray Sitaben were bridesmaids miss Beck Core Blue taffeta and miss Staben Ellow taffeta. Both carried old fashioned bouquets. Rev. George b mat a Lese pastor f the Al Monte first Baptist Hurch performed the ceremony he Bride was Given in marriage by it or father. Robert Max was Best Nan and Norman Hall and Ralph Bullock were Ushers. Maurice Perkins Sang Quot i love you truly a and a ooh Promise me Quot As wedding Solas. A reception followed the wedding t the Home of the bridegroom afer which the Young couple left for honeymoon at Catalina Island Rhey will reside in Arcadia upon heir return. Mrs. Hofer is a graduate of Al Jonte High school while or. Hofer graduated from Inglewood High school and u. C l. A., where he was affiliated with Delta Sigma fraternity. Golden wedding goal of trip the fiftieth wedding anniversary in monday june 19, of or. And mrs. Louis Livingstone of Walla Walla Washington parents of mrs William Heidenreich of Arcadia was he incentive for her motor trip to hat City last week. Mrs. Heidenreich who returnee esterday motored North with Hei Lister and brother in Lawor. And mrs. R. S. Ammon of Buena Park. Returning with mrs. Heidenreich was her sister miss Jennie living tone of Chehalis Washington who vill spend the summer Here. The Livingstone Are tile parent.1 if eight children All of whom Arf iving. They gathered at the family lome from various Points in Cali Ornia Washington and Canada. Officer presides at first meeting miss Joan Niemack newly install a president of Theta Phi sorority a resided at the regular meeting o he sorority in the Home of mrs Jar in Spencer of South Pasadena at the june 28 meeting to be lick t the Home of miss Marge Malin Ecret Sisters will be revealed Anc new names drawn. Guest night will be observed to he sorority at the july 26 meeting. Those present for the meeting ast Wek were mrs. Merle Pollard irs. Charlotte Grey mrs. Margare jobbing miss Ruby House mis. Lleo Voge miss Dorothy Ebert ills Thora in Merman. Miss Malin toss Olive Hannah and the president. Texan arrives Here Quot or summer visit mrs. W w. Small of Vernon tex., arrived sunday morning to spend he summer months with her a lighten miss Edith Small of Arcadia. Miss Small has taken an apartment in Sierra Madre for the duration of her mothers sojourn. Claude Buzard coins former classmates Claude Buzard of Arcadia a Mong the members of tile 1901 graduating class of Fullerton Higl school who held a class reunion a a potluck picnic in Commonwealth it Ark on tile site of the old big school. With the exception of one who could not be located All Mern it ers were present. The teacher of he class joined her former Pupil it the picnic and the principal of he High school now retired wired Lis congratulations mrs. Buzard accompanied her husband to the reunion. Dan Healy visits Friend Here h. M Blackie Roth entertained Dan Healy president of san fran a Isco local no la. Horse players Union for a few Days As his House Luest Here. Or. Healy is now working at Inglewood. Bit upsets funeral services for nine year old Hilbert Harris of Elsinore who met death saturday afternoon in the4 old irrigation Reservoir on the Stocker estate Here were h i1 i d yesterday afternoon from the Church of Christ Elsinore with interment following at Elsinore Valley cemetery. The youth son of or and mrs. George g. Harris was visiting the m. J Hod sons of 1565 North Santa Anita Avenue at the time of the tragedy. In company with Marion hog son to. The Elsinore youngster hiked to the Reservoir climbed Down the sloping sides and paddled a raft about the water. The pair a needing previous warnings of their Par tile following statement was left at the Arcadia Tribune and news office by George g. Harris of Elsinore father of Hilbert Harris 9. Victim of the Reservoir raft mishap last saturday Quot i wish to take this Opportunity to express my gratitude for the splendid cooperation of the Arcadia police and fire departments Forest rangers and Arcadia citizens in the search for and resuscitation work Over our son. Signed George g. Harris. Cap ends cockeyed out to the Center of the Reservoir where the raft sized in 14-feet of water. One reaches safety Young hog son clambered to safety and raced Home to Tell what had happened. One hour and a half later the body of the Harris boy was recovered from the Reservoir with the Arcadia fire department resuscitator Crew immediately swinging into action in an Effort to revive him. Or. William m. Heidenreich summoned by police administered a hypodermic stimulant and with fir chief James m. Nellis directed the in Alator Squadron for nearly two hours before abandoning Hope. George Murphy 19. Of 1435 South second Avenue located the body in he Reservoir after repeated dives by the youths father Hodgson and others failed. Water was being drained from the Raser voir at the time of Murphy a successful dive. Others Aid search police officers John Borger Forrest Wiley and Harry Peterson along with Santa Anita rangers c. E. Harlan and William Evans As veil As Bill Cochran county Park lifeguard helped in the search for he body. In addition to Iii Jia rents Young Harris is survived by three Sisters t was announced by Glasser and Johns mortuary and Chapel in Barge of the final services. Pasadena to face hit run charge july 7 charged with hit and run driving i Here personal property damage Vas involved de Depuy 730 Woodbury Road Pasadena on july 7 will appear in Arcadia police court for trial reports on file at the a Jolyce station revealed yesterday afternoon. I to Puy was arrested at ills Horn this week according to complaint against him. The Pasadena on june 16. Travelling East on Colorado place near the a by Quot intersection at Huntington drive sheared off the illuminated Boulevard Stop sign As his car swerved from the Highway zeroes he tip of the Triangle on that Corner. % bail was set at $25. Disburses m11,1,Ion s win a t Al in a a to it a cts Arthur Bachman Catalina Island was tile week end playground of or. And mrs. Arthur Bac Lunan. Of Arcadia who were accompanied by or and mrs Jack j Church of Monrovia in the in Jim be. Ditri on the riled tied i Lim sir in i Nice Mon 1935 current fiscal year 30, the a Roe of Jamck burning clerk for the i my department in it Fornola will have ire than 4 800,090chack he works prompt and program opened in

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