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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - March 2, 1944, Arcadia, California Tell Franklin to talk Arcadia order of Eastern Star to Clipper club entertains Deputy grand Matron or. R. C. Franklin of the u. 8.1 a -. R. Forestry service will speak at the., it i meeting of the order of the Eastern Star March meeting of the Clipper club t in is Lington s birthday feb 22, Deputy grand Ma-1 a tron Ruth Livingston of the 54th District made an official visit. Mrs. Livingston is a member of the Temple cite chapter. She wore a flowered Jersey dress and Corsage of Rod White and Blue carnations tied with a Blue Bow on this annual visit when in her official five a i Rons and three Pat on were present. Of 17 past Matron la were from the local chapter. Of to past patrons five were from Arcadia. Initiation degree were conferred on mrs. Alice Garside mrs. Be i personals or. Or i Fred i. And March meeting of the Clipper club next tuesday evening at the Arcadia Community Church and will show Scenic motion pictures to augment inn talk. H. W. Johns will speak on Hie mrs William eve Ere Miller mrs Pauline or mrs. Joe Kohler. I poinsettias decorated the refresh a a a i table which was arranged with mrs Kathryn Sullivan arrived rep a St of hot Ham sandwiches from Laguna Beach on tuesday to pressed Chicken pickles individual Muke her Home indefinitely with Deco. Ated cakes Coffee. Mrs. J. Vav Owen 232 Genoa Street. A 9 a a a mrs. Florence e. New la enter 11 unday a extra warm and null in Clear weather made an newly formed Junior choir being capacity she inspects the wok of sons overt he thai Row. To k of sponsored by the Clipper club. Music will be offered by the clubs orchestra. Plans for a program to follow a 7 o clock potluck hipper in the social Hall a a being made by mrs. Hazel Evans mrs. Dorothy Dier Lam and mrs. Dorothy Buck. Decorations will Honor St. Patrick personality talks will be Given during the dinner hour by George Allin Bob Evans and Don Strawn. Tax Vav 41 c Iha in Hhd i ii club till untamed mrs. Kila Boughman Owen. Purily Nice Day tor mrs. Raymond of. La. The chapter and members exemplify the work being done. I titties Johnston grand Matron and Irving Murfett grand Patron presided together at tile meeting mrs. Colleen Crater and m s. Fanny Needham at a bring a luncheon tuesday at her Home Avenue. M Kennett 200 South second ave. La who attended the wedding in 443 Leroy Xcvi of hill.-, of her Cousin Mary. Ellen Ryan to Ensign Jack Cook recent graduate of the maritime service Academy. Ethel c. Guinther chiropractor too n. First ave. Pm. At. 7-2813 next door to Post office mrs. Johnston wore a combination Quot i tt.,�?T a c pm Corsage of White Gladioli with Pink son and or div Row a Quot a Roa Feudi tied with Pink ribbon j the a nah Satchel. After the initiation ceremony a recess mrs. Florence Endicott past a i a declared when members of Thea a a a ill woo Wen Hon was Bible bearer and was is chapter welcomed new members and i Wondmu a tilt Thorp no in visit mar Mckellard smother mrs sorted to the East. Her Spring Cor the following new affiliates from 1 Sage of Daff Orllis and Narcissus tied other chapters mrs. Helen Canter with Gold ribbon set off beautifully or s. Hannah Cooke mrs Verna r her Light Blue gown. Mrs. Roy h. Pike entertained members of the missionary society a a a of the Community Church last Fri in Tulare county Over last weekday world Day of prayer. Theme end were or. And mrs d h motor the meeting was Quot and the to d Kellar of 111 Rodeo Road who were Wner re re a hot Tim Happy fear Happy workers work Sho is bring Joy to Tho foot of America workers everywhere. $3.95 to s5.95 Moore school 1625 s. Second Avenue Arcadia age. 2-5 year assistance with transportation Johnson mrs Inez s Anderson and mrs. Frances Gaylord. Corsages of daffodils and. A Cis Stis tied with Gold ribbon and White Carnation boutonnieres were Given each of the honoured guests. Mrs. Johnston presented a monetary gift from the chapter to the special music was of feted by mrs Austin. Mrs Pike j served Tea to her guests during the afternoon. A. S. Mckellar who has been very ill. With her daughter by Bara and son Maurice mrs. Evalue Widdows recent House guests of the Mckellard a have been or and mrs. Charles Bri Welser of san Diego. A a a his friends Best wishes Are with of 420 san Lula Rey visited her Michael Babbidge just thee years Parent. Or and mrs William Tara old wll0 Lse. Overeat fran a Mas dinner in St t0, Ramon at Nome on Cor Day. As an added popular attract i to on the Fil mily took with them tour for information phone Atwater 7-2202 a a a a a a a a a a a a want to learn a skill Yould Tou like to be a re visiting Deputy decorated with two 1 Camuy took with them of Small figures of George and Martha i w Puppy est born a month ago. Washington and m s. Livingston m a # responded with thanks to the Chap run res Aurant of a san a tor for the courtesies extended her j j m where or its Mary i and applauded the efficiency of the \ ? l62b 8011111 emd i officers and members. Avenue chose to entertain several Ler friends at dinner last sunday Wenty Lour visiting Eastern Star evening invited were miss Jessie members introduced themselves. Phelps chief nurse at the Indi substitute organist Helen Haber reservation. Klamath Oregon and Haber Man performed in the a miss Dunham nurse in the los Anglice of Martha Peterson who was Geles health department Fez Road. He is the son of or. And mrs Don Babbidge. Mrs. Babbidge has been taking canc of the Small cd Iii cd of one of her neighbors with her own two i children to release another Mother a for work at the surgical dressings i room. I # Cpl Kenneth Hunter has been pending a 15-Day furlough it the Home of his Mother mrs. Mary i Steffel. 135 Diamond Street having a Busy tune visiting old friends. Last saturday night his Mother entertained six of his friends at dinner and an informal evening. Invited were Clark Bowers jr., How Aid Moses or. Doyle Johnson. Emmett Tasewell Harold Roudenbush or. A a a f. Wesley Davies chairman of the red Cross War fund drive is Home in bed with the flu and was unable to attend the War fund we go to any wave length for Beauty i Oil la be on the receiving end of Many compliment after having your hair Perina Nentel by our expert beauticians. Princess Beauty Salon 108 e. Duarte Road phone Atwater 7-3721 mrs. L a. Principato prop. Arcadia Tribune news meeting p. Kelso Sutti Nadia friends i Pathy and hoi. Tuesday night Noma d for him. A sex Tendon to sym that or. Davit will recover quickly in this which is so Busy for him. Tim 1 Khsim amp of mar a in 3 Victory Gardener How in the world do you distinguish Between Quot Regeta lie plants and the weeds old timer in y just pull them in and the ones that come Tun k Sale dresses a a Coats a a suits entire s at drastic Price t Ock re diction three cays Only thursday i iday saturday March 2 3 4th Sale positively Enda saturday evening ppr after the chapter closed a skit was put on by Eva staff associate mrs. Edward Kaurin 730 Arcadia Avenue has been in bed for the a Ray fitted Peters shoe store 2174 Las Tunas Temple City die operator a skilled stenographer an air plane Mechanic an expert Driver in the women a army corps you have a Chance to get valuable army training a training that May pave the Way to bigger pay better jobs after the War. Today find out about All the wac offers you the interesting jobs the Chance to meet new people and see new places and to help your country. Apply at any la. S. Army recruiting station. Or write the adjutant general 4 in munitions bldg., Washington 25, d. C. Women in essential War Industry must have release from their employer or the u. S. Employment service a , i uru our be Matron who wore a Corsage of Blue past week with the flu and got up dutch Iris. Taking part were Betty Only Long enough to attend her red Blakemore conduct Ress Margaret Cross sewing group and then go Hughes associate conduct Ress and Back. She is up and much better the five Star Points Anne lock Bow however Wood Winnie tester Leileth Beynon Ruby Mckellar and Dorothy Humble. The skit employed a fitting patriotic theme and at the same time made Clear the ideals of . Concerning the Flag and the country and their order. In the East a huge Basket of deep Pink peach blossoms from the gardens of Anne Lockwood were gorgeously arranged. A a a or. And mrs. C. L. Newell entertained their Bridge club saturday night at their Home 443 Leroy Avenue. Tables were set for or. And qualify first for _ duration service is. Cost a you can depend on Quality in the suits Coats dresses displayed Here j Good clothes thai Are durable wearable fashion investments. Ujj Superb tailoring1 and Choice fabrics. Long live fashions that you la Wear everywhere smartly for seasons. Of choose yours from our Large collection new suits it Oats dresses and sportswear. Capt. Mcmanus weds Seattle girl tuesday mob a quiet late afternoon ceremony United capt. Thomas p. Mcmanus air transport command Pilot and miss Dorothy Harriet Gullet at the i Community presbyterian Church tuesday. Rev. Clarke h. Breeze officiated at the 5 30 rites which were attended Only by members of the family. The Lovely Bride wearing a Grey suit accented with White accessories and an Orchid Beauty Corsage was attended by mrs. Peggy Castle of Arcadia. Oscar Willenberg of los Angeles served the Groom As Best Man. Following the ceremony dinner was served for members of the bridal party at Eaton a where Floral decorations of yellow roses Blue Iris and Bou Vardia Lent a wedding touch. Captain Mcmanus is the son of mrs. Emil Willenberg 41 Newman Avenue. Before entering the service he attended Northwestern univer sity where he was a member of Evans scholars honorary society. His Bride is the daughter of it commander and mrs. Charles d. Gillet of Seattle and is a graduate of Washington state University. Following a Short honeymoon the newlyweds will receive the congratulations and Best wishes of their friends at a reception to be Given sunday by the grooms Mother and will then proceed North to visit the Bride s family. Phone Zenith 5128 for All your dry cleaning needs. Pm pm i pistol a. A it furs f>26 n. Garfield Monterey Park of Long wearing Quality destined to serve for Many seasons to come. Furs within the reach of All budgets. Restyling and repairing Otha Louden fur studio 31 7 West foothill Monrovia phone Monrovia 1335 j Zaret i Graham studio of voice and piano piano graduate of Lac former assistant to Louis Gravelle specializing in instructions for children 30 Al Dorado at. 7-4188 auditions free and by appointment Only the better class of women sat tremendous savings dresses an exquisite selection of Beautiful dresses for every occasion Street and inter noon Wear. One or two piece models in a wide variety of materials such sheer wools prints crepes Etc. Is group no. I values to $35.75 Sale Price $�185 group no. 2 values to $15.00 Sale $ Price u try a 85 group no. 3 j \ aloes to aa.7.5 Sale Price group no. 4 v Alues to $69.75 Vale $ Price a esses c lose out Dup limited Quantity v Alues up to $35.00 Sale Price 0 i Sale is arts it to a. M. Limbo the Best chair value in l. A. Only 24 Tuxedo a girls rest Friend is a hat from bobbies. And its not a millinery secret. Hats that put a twinkle in your Eye and a glow in your heart. 18 North first ave. Arcadia 210212 East Las Tunas Temple City reduce and improve your health with our Massage treatments its no necessary to moan and groan a Siut the fact that you simply cannot Wear the Lovely new fashions that favor the slender figure. County de luxe lounge chairs cur citing Price $0.95 now ii pm $$00 monthly while they last reducing and by masseuse. Body building finest tapestry to mete Lasse Eastern Mahe mahogany frames a very elegant very comfortable chair the finest in permanents Arcadia Beauty shop 290 East foothill phone Monrovia 1329 \

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