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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - March 1, 1938, Arcadia, California Tut Dytoh a 1938 Arcadia daily Tribune Pir turf it ###4 a a a it we a a a a a social notes of. Local Cllela activities i Zabetti schermerhorn personals guest speaker at club i noted authority when members gather at the Arcadia woman a tomorrow at i2 Ira o clock they will have several treats in store Tor them during the luncheon hour entertainment will be furnished by the Well known radio personality Pauline Holden. Miss Holden appears regularly Over a scheduled program and has had a growing popular Appeal the past several years. It is announced that tables for the luncheon will be arranged around the outer Edge of the room leaving the renter of the auditorium for the Large of linens and which will feature the Aii program. Noted authority or. Edgar Harrison Wileman guest speaker of the afternoon is known throughout California As a leading authority on All phases of Interior decorating. Since 1923, or Wileman has been a lecturer and consultant director of Barker Brothers. In 1926. Because of his work in the Field of Home decoration and design he was named to the faculty Olti in a a a a a a adult education Extension division mss Dorothy bevels was the guest j the University of Southern Ca a four Day Holiday fornia. 1927 he was elected to Trie town talk once and Leora Mitchell were hostesses on sunday to a group of their friends at their Home on South second Avenue friends enjoyed a Noonday luncheon indoor games and a late supper in the evening. Those invited for the Day were Sara Hyatt Thora Inoff Man Grace Ward Ray faint. Mel Pollard Norman Hall. Mel Manning and the two harnesses. A we or. And mrs Philemon bevels of 730 Arcadia Avenue have been in text Juping or. And mrs. Hair Portland Oregon. Or Beau Mai or. St on Are old friends having been secretaries together a number of years ago. A we or. And mrs. Kenneth Barnes and or. Myron Gillings and miss Ada Sandona motored to Hermosa Beach on saturday evening where they were the week end guests of or. Barnes brother in Law or. And mrs. Ray Taber. Sunday a Turkey dinner was enjoyed with everyone joining in the Celebration of or Tabers birthday anniversary. A we a die Many friends of mrs. Leroy Anderson who has been confined to her Home the past few weeks with a severe attack of flu will be Happy to know that she is up and around. A we it a. Young equestrians enjoy ride on Arcadia path fabrics pm non Spring season Marks Padua play Sisters entertain school lass i. Sundae in uni Quot commit Kment t drive of hich worked on r last saturday i raise Money fur i to announce Ole to Supply the hers that poured dered near thank the doughnuts to fill. It thee Cirive future. Of democratic study club holds luncheon meeting mrs than i Iii president of woman d m mat in study club. Remained members with a 12 30 t her Frid Avern the i in i of friends on which was spent at 29 Palms. Miss bevels accompanied or. And mrs. Charles Yale and daughter Peggy of Altadena. So reported a grand vacation. A we mrs. S. L. Hillebert of 045 West Duarte Road motored to Long Beach recently where so was the guest of her sister in Law Tor luncheon and the afternoon. A we mrs. Leona Burton and mrs. Leona Gardner of South Santa Anita Avenue left this morning for Palm Springs. They will spend the remainder of the week at Hie Desett resort. A we or. Ralph Scofield or. And mrs. I and file then or. C. J. Smith or. Hatch and mrs. Helen Raitt were among the arcadians who attended the poultry men a cooperative association annual meeting which was held yesterday noon in los Angeles. In faculty of the College of architecture of the same institution. Besides these numerous activities he is the consultant director of Interior decorating for our coast famed Sunset Magazine. Undoubtedly you have seen Many of his articles in National and local . Wileman will bring with him a Large and varied display of Hie latest Interior fabrics for Spring decorating As Well As a beautia1 collection of Linen. These will be displayed Down the Center of the auditorium. The entire program is planned around the Home lovers interests a Large crowd anticipated. Luncheon reservations luncheon reservations should of made by phoning 8461 As soon As possible. Left to right Charlotte Knoepke of Pasadena and Florence Al it pet mounts for a morning ride through the pleasant trails around Santa is the daughter of or. And mrs. Vav. I. Osterhout of the Hayden gardens a proficient Little horsewoman and has Ridden s Nice she was big enough to and her Little chum Are a familiar sight along the local bridle paths. Osterhout. Mil on their Anita. Miss osterhout Sierra Madre. She is a it up in a -.addle. She 2 a by Eleanor Roosevelt air Field enlarged recently constructed additions now make Lebourget Field outside Paris one of Hie largest aviation stations in Europe. The Fiel has been increased in size from Joo 812 acres. Mrs. Carver entertains Board for All your wines us ours Beers try the drive in liquor store Corner Santa Anita amp Hunt. Or. Orders delivered mph. Arc. 36u Arcadia theatre phone 2661 25c now playing mrs. Dorothy Carver of 134 Fano Street was hostess last evening to members of her executive Board of the auxiliary of the Glenn Dyer american legion past no. 247. Inning the evening plans were discussed for an evening Bridge party which will be held on March 18th. At the Home of mrs. Harry Nesbitt in Santa Anita Oaks. Plans were also formulated for the next regular meeting of the auxiliary which is scheduled for March 10th. The evening will Honor members whose birthdays Are in january. February and March. At the conclusion of the business meeting the president served Dainty refreshments to the following mesdames Gladys Wells. Mabel Stubbs Helen Scofield Jane Adcock. Mary Cline. Ellen Nelson and Christine Rootes. 11 District conference scheduled tomorrow Irene Dunne Cary Grant a the awful truth also Anna May Wong in Quot daughter of Shanghai selected shorts opens Quot wednesday re Astaire and Burns and a a Damsel in distress the District literature Confer ence is scheduled for tomorrow morning. March 2. At to of clock at the District Headquarters of the federation of woman a clubs in los Angeles. A chinese literature will be the subject with mrs. Corinne King Wright. District chair. Man presiding. _ Anitas cafe our Home made pies and real Home cooking Are our Pride e. Las Tunas at Sunset Temple City Quick Cash Loams 20 mos. To repay Jane Quot checkers selected shorts also Withers in no co signers no endorsers. All transactions confidential. Lowest rates and your own terms. Casey Healey pm. Monrovia 115 315 w. Foothill in the Aztec Washington yesterday morning i saw the Model for the american Indian Section of the Federal exhibit for the san Francisco fair i i and found it most interesting. It i am sure everyone who can i plan to visit the san Francisco fair i in the summer of 1939. And then see j i the new York fair will have a i stimulating experience. The first deals with the background of our i country the second deals with to i Day and tomorrow i the idea of showing the Indian i crafts and arts in modern surroundings is to prove that primitive things Are still closely Allied with All that is fundamentally Good in Art today. Some Indian work for the exhibits has already been collected. I was surprised at the Beauty and the Quality not Only of the Basket work but of the Silver leather silk applique and Bead a work. Some of the legends which go with Indian possessions Are inter Esting. For instance the bangles always come in pairs because they. Are made to carry out a vow. When the tiling for which the vow was j made is an accomplished fact the two people involved each retain one i of the bangles. One rather startling tiling for the White Man to realize is that the j really Good and expensive things made by indians Are usually sold to indians. Originally certain tribes bought the materials for their blankets from some English traders. It was very Fine cloth costing As much As $25 a Yard. Those tribes still buy from the same firms in England. They beautify the blankets and a Blanket will go Down in a family As a heirloom. He would probably never dream of paying the Price for the original material which they pay. I think the exhibition of this Indian work is going to open the eyes of Many of us to what they Are capable of doing As artists and craftsmen. This being the sunday before Lent it happened that two of no favorite passages in the Bible Wolf read at the service. They were the 121st psalm the first verse which i think we always remember when we first see the Hills a i will Lif up mine eyes unto the Hills from i whence cometh my help Quot and i rom the 13th chapter of corinthians i came these verses which i like Best a Charity suffered Long and is kind Charity Evieth not Charity Vaun Teth not itself is not puffed up. Heareth All things Beli Eveth All things hop eth All things end Ureth All things. Charity never in the Sermon the question was asked a what is Charity and How Many of us have it today a Christ. Himself is the exemplification of Hie Charity which is love. Of course. It could not be defined As it is in these verses if it meant the narrow thing we so often Call Charity but the Charity which is love is the one great gift for which every one of us must strive. E. R. In Monrovia saturday evening Bethel no. �?~29. Order of Job s daughters were guests at the Pasadena chapter with Alhambra and South Pasadena chapters when mrs. Louis Alexander of Sacramento grand guardian of the state payed her official visit. Of the eight girls that were initiated. Five were from the Monrovia chapter and included Margaret Wiggin. Marjorie Sharp Janiet Paul Lela Bonds and Mary Cotten. Officers of the Monrovia Bethel presided during the initiation ceremony. Following the reception to the grand officers refreshments were served in the banquet Hall. A we Quot tips Parade through the san Gabriel Valley Fame a foolish Young child moistened his Finger and wrote his name in the dust. By Nina Willis Walter. Reprinted from verse Craft dusk of gods Dusky veils of Early evening etch your image vividly starry Bright against the gloaming you Are Ever an Enigma with your witching loveliness dear etherial. Divine. Are you mortal Darling am i in the Mystic Are you Angel vainly dreaming dusk of Gads by Mary Ward. Little Sandra above the sky that he stretched out where a billion babies Are Little Sandra went to live on heavens Hapy Star. Somewhere beyond the stors of life ii know not just the place she walks with Jesus hand in hand she smiles into his face. By Leona Dawson Cole. Adventure to the souled Hayes son of or. And mrs. E. J w. Hayes 138 North Madison Avenue was Host on saturday evening j to thirty of his High school friends. Guests enjoyed dancing and games during the evening followed by a Midnight supper. A we 1 members of the Loyal ladies thimble Bee of the . Will meet tomorrow afternoon at the Home of mrs. Minnie Haas. 721 South Ivy Avenue. A we miss Jane Goude will be the guest of the woman a club on wednesday afternoon and will present a Greup of character sketches and one act play readings mrs. A. W Hargrave program chairman will introduce miss Goude. Who is noted Tor her venality and personality j her interpretations Are Given with sincerity and artistry and she makes an a audience Appeal where Ever she i appears. Wow the regular stated meeting of the Eastern Star will be held this eve Ning at 8 of clock in the masonic Temple. Mrs. Lucite Emberson i worthy Matron and mrs. Jame. I Ingham worthy Patron will have charge of the meeting. A we at a Short business meeting which was held saturday afternoon by the jobs daughters it was an pounced that members would be 1 the guests of the Arcadia Tidei of Eastern Star on March 8th. Other i plates include a pot Luck supper i which will be held at 5 of clock on March 12, at tile masonic Temple j with members holding a theatre i party in the evening. A a a miss Patsy Burr. Daughter of or and mrs. Myron Burr of Monrovia. I was recently pledged to Delta Gam i a sorority at the . Campus where she is enrolled tis a i res ii Man. The impressive pledging Cor monies were held last week. The Fie m seen w h Bells and Beautiful Chara is enlivened by the lilting songs and Tho a complicated dances of the Early California. Authentic to the smallest detail the costumes form an Over changing Anci fascinating Kaleidoscope As the dancers whirl through the shifting Pat terns of the dances. Tile sets designed by Clifford f Acher arc also a source of much favourable comment particularly the staging of the opening act with its j dark Blue background of mountains. Meadow s and great live Oaks Tho sounds of grazing sheep in the distance. In its fusion of drama and color Quot once in the Spring is proving a memorable production and a tribute to the artistic talents of the Mexic an players. Bible lass meets tonight or. Talbot a inter Community 1 Bible class of the san Gabriel Union Church will have As their guest speaker this evening Evange-1 list Tom m. Olson of Uplands. Or. Olson is a widely known Bible teacher and world traveler and j will give an illustrated lecture on Jerusalem at 7 30 of clock. I the Church is located on the Corner of Las Tunas and Pine. He p of in pm Cal Ray were in China and Broo is in the pre Lura or e a Elal time it it or Walker. Be a mrs. Collins mrs Lela Krebs. Brookover. Mrs Meyer Henry Schwarzkopf and mrs. Grant. Dainty la tables guests. Ion members with the fat Anna West. Mrs. Florence mrs. Stella Fink. Mrs. The has toss Australia is theme of illustrated series in her illustrated lecture a through the never never land of the mrs. J. C. Woods will take her listeners into the heart of Australia and explain Many strange customs of the people and conditions of the country As she presents her program thu night. March 3. At 7 30 in the 1 i atrium of the High school. No usual traveler has the readers of the Arcadia daily Tribune Are invited to Telephone or mail to us social club and news items. Telephone Arcadia 2131. We will appreciate your cooperation. To Tell that this week. The Public attend. Permanents at prices to Sitt every purse West Arcadia Beauty shop phone 494 Adeline v. Gagnon _1204 Baldwin heat the cd tile glad free music Youthful race take a year to pay modernize your present furniture without placing a Burden on yourself any a �4%ft f a holstered. In hiding 11. All and labor w easy monthly payments on our budget plan phone for samples shown in your upholstering shop 11128 weft Mila St. Alhambra Piton at 2-5502 wedding announcements a printed by tue Arcadia daily Tribune 104 n. First ave. Thrumming in the air be the of its tin Illin Joyful tones Over tones in your heart a sportsman s Hgt new cocktail lounge now open to Public at popular prices. 1452 Huntington or. Monrovia give Yourse i to Tak in eve live in the Liverty a Friendly part Youthful cause. Ii glad abandon adventure to the soul by Bert Morehouse Terr or. K. S. Sweet chiropractor colonic St electro therapy Central building phone Monrovia 240. Free pickup and delivery a with our a Complete automotive service Lindstrand a i Stop United motors service 207 w. Foothill phone 808 t will pay you investigate Christian of cd Healing g co i. .31t it a ride i a new watch with Money saved by using natural Gas up the lower Cost of Gas represents remarkable savings when you use this fuel for cooking refrigeration Anil water heat it in a. The difference in Cost frequently amounts to several dollars each month. In a year the savings might easily be enough to buy a Fine watch Don t forget natural Gas better service too. Why not take advantage of Economy and service of by equipping your Home a new Range an automatic water Heater and the new Eleo Huntington drive Bridge linking Monrovia with the Santa Anita troth Gas refrigerator look. 00m Siu. A of in. Jerkins political Friendship broken political Friendship is Between governor Merriam and a. T. Jer w. 1543 spiritus w. Of los in e. See a Hysi Lei Alchemy Pic pm Angeles in rom non Side the real bus of the try Side b Day a nor Dav sch millionaire was Brok Arcadia Over Wash As the snaring Waters slapped High against the Concrete piers of the Span. Wash swollen As the deluge continued Anita Wash was turned into swollen Stream As millions ions of water poured Down f dam. Surging collapse by flitted los Angeles. Rock dam near i Las Angel ins a Santa a flood of Gal rom the inclement poultry terrific weather cancels Filiti meeting the Ignis who was one of Gover term my a original backers to announced that he will support he candidacy of j. F. T. Of Connor or the California governorship at looming election. ? has already resigned his h the state fish and game Mission he said. A fort Jerkin ast i the March meeting of the san Gabriel Valley poultry association programme i for tonight in tempi City Over Hale s Market has been postponed due to the inclement weather it was announced today by d a Strawn president of tin urbanization. mar. 3�?Little Minster one of principal storage Bas reported on the verge of collapsing today under heavy flood i Waters. Hundreds of residents Ai the District were fleeing tremendous pressure of water weakened the Stile Ture. Another re Jort of threatened disaster due to the floods in the Highlands came from Pickens Canyon in the Mon Trot la c Rescan to Dit strict scene of the fatal disaster of new years due 1934. Motorists warned Sci stay off highways Chiel e Ray Cato of the California state Highway patrol warned motorists to keep off All main High
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