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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - March 11, 1938, Arcadia, California Friday March la 1938 Arcadia news Page threes o c i e t y personal local club Garden Section v enjoys tour Twenty Jive memoirs of the Garden Section of the woman s club motored to the charming Home of mrs. Anne Seger on Woodward ave., Mich Lunda on tuesday for the regular March meeting v of the Section. In owing to threatening showers it a decided to reverse the regular proceedings and the hostess invited her guests to accompany her through some of the attractive gardens of the Vicinity. Among the artistic ones visited was that of Roma Coolidge Mulvihill whose work As a landscape artist is Well known and the gardens of miss Janet d. Ake where the Oriental influence was the predominant feature. Several views of this Gard j in appeared in a recent Issue of the a House Beautiful Magazine Quot where it was featured As a prize Winner. Following this delightful trip the business meeting was called to o Der by the chairman mrs Nellie a. White. Attendance at the annual meeting of the federation of Calif. Garden clubs at hotel Huntington april 8, 9 and to was stressed and mrs. White was elected Delegate to represent the local Garden Section. Plans were also made to enter the Flower arrangement contest which is to be attractive feature of this meeting. At the close of the business meeting mrs. Nellie Noack gave an interesting talk on the subject Quot pansies their propagation and care. Mrs. White then invited All to the Garden she presented the hostess with a flowering peach tree which she had propagated. This was then planted with proper ceremonies in Observance of Arbor a Day. Social flour a social half hour followed with m mrs. Siger and mrs. Bertha Thompson assisting. Fihe hostess served delicious refreshments in the dining room. Mrs. White and mrs. Evans poured. At the annual peach Blossom festival on mar. 16 at the woman a club the program and decorations will be in charge of the Garden Section. The chairman made an Appeal to All club members to contribute peach blossoms for that event and to bring in by la of clock if possible. New director to re honoured mrs. Helen Thomsen newly appointed director of the Moore country school 1625 South second Avenue will be the honoured guest at a reception and Tea which will be held this afternoon from 3 to 5 o clock. M s. Thomsen has had a great Deal of training and experience in the pre school Field and Mary Roberts Moore director is Happy to announce her appointment for tile Spring term. Mrs. John Alva Bell Long known As the director of the Nursery school which bears her name will be tile afternoon speaker. Also during the p Ogram will be the showing of motion pictures of the children in work and play which were recently taken at the school. Pasadena concert this week the Pasadena civic orchestra will give the fourth free concert of its tenth season at the Pasadena civic auditorium next saturday evening March 12, at 8 15. The orchestras regular conductor Richard Lert will direct. The Public is cordially invited. A Little known concerto for two a Celli and o Chestra by Handel will be played by two members of the orchestra Marcia Levings Francis Leader of the a cello Section and Eugene sacks who has been a member of the organization for nearly j two years. Mrs. Francis is familiar i to Southland audiences of her work i in several chamber Musi organza a tons. Or. Sacks is becoming known As a soloist. The program will open with Mozart a g minor symphony which i will be followed by the concerto. After the intermission three num hers will be played the first move i ment from Schubert a unfinished symphony Sibelius tone poem a the Swan of Tunela a notable for its wealth of orchestral colouring and Massenet a descriptive a Al a Satin scenes comprising a sunday i morning a a in the tavern a a under j the Linden tees and a sunday i i mrs. Renshaw hostess to study club a mrs. John it Snaw was hostess at her Home at 1038 Baldwin Avenue to members of the Century study club when they held their regular monthly meet Ink tuesday morning at 10 30 of clock. Mrs. Harry c. Marshall resident presided Over the meeting which opened with a word Drill. M s. Mark Millspaugh word chairman led the review which was followed by three minute talks presented on varied subjects. Tile talks and members giving them Are As follows mis. E. Angstad Quot How science now rules canned food mrs. Albert Adcock a the children have no lobby mrs. James Brown a the chemical sulfanilamide Quot mrs. William Heidenreich a origin of easter carols mrs. Charles Stewart a japanese in american mrs. Carl Randolph a islands of the Pacific and mrs. Harry Marshall a Maca Damia a delicious 12 30 of clock luncheon was served with the hostess being assisted by mrs. Angstad. Members were seated at one Long table which was decorated with a Centrepiece of Spring Flowers. Paris offerings for Spring Hie coarse mesh veil adds an exotic note to the Halo turban of Turquoise Blue ilk Jersey kirov a on the left. The Crown is Black Kidskin. The hat was designed for Wear at the cocktail party or at dinner. The hat Ai the right is a smart looking rolled brim White Panama with i pin v and Pompon in Brilliant red Felt. Bethel members honoured guests at Eastern Star mrs. Hansy hostess to p. T. A. Board i conservation program of vital interest see your neighbor for real bargains in trucks 36 inter. It ton pickup $525. 35 Chev. It ton pickup 425. 33 Chev. It ton pickup 295. 33 Ford b it ton pickup 295. 29 Ford mod. A it ton pickup 125. 33 Chev. I it ton canopy 295. 30 Chev. It ton panel 165. 29 Ford i it ton stake 165. 35 Chev. I it ton stake 49.�. 31 Chev. It ton ads. Pickup 175. 31 Chev. % ton ads. Pickup 75 30 Chev. I it ton canopy 135. 29 Chev. I it ton Flat rack too. Trades St Low . Terms. Frank d. Clay Chevrolet dealer 2605 e. Colorado St. Pasadena open evenings a program on conservation of natural resources which was of vital interest to everyone was presented last night at 7 30 in the auditorium of the High school with a lecture and motion pictures that were informative and entertaining to All persons attending. This being California conservation week. Governor Merriam in his message to californians has said a greetings our great state has been richly blessed with an Abund Ance of natural resources. A was guardians of these blessings j of nature it behoves All of us to i give thought and consideration to ways and Means of preserving our i Beautiful forests and wilderness areas to protect our native Flora and wild life to plan an adequate water conservation program and to save Many Miles of Shore line for Public recreational purposes. A we must All unite in formulating Public opinion which will make us cognizant of the importance of our part in helping to prevent Forest fires to adopt measures to protect the Fertility of the soil from erosion and to conserve our vast water resources. The executive Board of the first i Avenue . Were guests at a de i j Licious luncheon when mrs. A. J Hansy of North first Avenue was j hostess to the group. The table i was entered with a huge bowl of Spring roses. The hostess As a i listed by mrs. J. Nelson. Dicing the afternoon meeting mrs. Joe Hall president presided. Plans were discussed for the Spring activities of the o a animation. It was announced that a card party would be held at the Home of mrs. I Harry Nesbitt at 276 Hacienda drive and would take place on april 1st, in the form of a dessert Bridge. Tickets Are now on Sale for Twenty five cents and May be secured from any of the members. Those present at the tuesday luncheon meeting were mesdames s. Gillam d. Kinden c. Shier j. Denberg j. West f. Swanton p. Heim m. Pete son j. Denberg e. Leeper j. Bower j. Nelson and j. Hansy. Amaryllis show to be featured in Pasadena ing distance do you sometimes say a if i could Only talk to him a you can Long distance is fast Clear Low priced. Something you want to accomplish can probably be advanced right now by turning to your Telephone. The operator is glad to give you personal service. Southern California Telephone company the National amaryllis show will be held for the first time on 1 the Pacific coast this year in connection with the Southern California Spring Flower show scheduled \ for april i 2 and 3, at the civic auditorium Pasadena it was announced today by Western representatives of the National Ama a Ryllis society. Specimen plants now coming into Bloom Are being prepared in various Parks of the country for shipment to Pasadena within the next few weeks to form one of the most comprehensive amaryllis showings in Many years. In Flor it Ida the National botanical Gard ens in Washington d. C., the Garfield Park greenhouse of the Chicago Park system and various Pacific coast areas entries Are being forced which As a group will reveal the culmination of More than thirty years of Breeding by horticulturists in several states and Howard and Smith in Southern California. One huge bed Flowers of immense proportions with a surprising brilliancy of color will be fashioned into one huge j bed simulating an open Garden planting. For the pure White ground colors with their delicate markings of Rase red Carmine and j other tints to the glorious dazzling j and Bright red self colors of the innumerable handsomely by color de or Tri coloured varieties will Range these specimens of Spring bulbs which Are becoming increasingly popular with Garden planners year by year. Quot we Are delighted to learn that the National amaryllis society has selected the Souther n California i Spring Flower show for its exhibition this year Quot stated Lovell Swisher manager of the sponsoring Pasadena Flower show association. A it will be a rare Opportunity for californians to see the finest varieties of this Beautiful Blossom seen in this area in Many years. Jobs daughters of Bethel no. 29 which includes girls from Arcadia Monrovia and dual the were guests tuesday evening at the regular meeting of the Eastern Star i which a Sheld at the masonic Temple on Santa Anita Avenue. I mrs. Mary b. Wheeler worthy Matron presided Over the meeting at 8 of clock. The sixty girls made an impress j Sive picture in their White Graceful Robes. During the evening i nine girls were initiated into the Bethel. Miss Charleen Eller honoured Queen conducted the rites., during the service the choir of i Twenty girls Sang the ritual songs. Girls initiated last evening were Bonnie Jean Rishworth Ida j Lee Wheeler Margaret Upson Phyllis Wilkerson Jorgeen Orr Virginia Heisler Phyllis Scott Ethel Miller and Jean Ross. Miss Jean Rawson presented several Clever readings and miss Blossom Carmichael favored the members with three vocal solos i social hour Floral and table decorations in the dining room car red out both the Bethel colors of purple and White and also a St. Patrick a Day theme. Each of the girls received a Clever irishman out of gumdrops As a favor. Members of the Eastern Star serving on the social committee were mrs. Olwen Covell chairman mrs. Ethel Rishworth m s. Florence Endicott mrs. Emma Hamer mrs. Mildred Shephard or. Raymond Rishworth and or. Lee Clark. Bride elect feted at luncheon Shower this noon 471 club meets mrs. Edith Rueben president of the 471 club of the Eastern Star announced that the group will meet this Friday March la at the masonic Temple. A 12 30 of clock luncheon will be served with mrs. Stella Van Horn chairman and her committee in charge. Following the business meeting cards will be enjoyed the remainder of the afternoon. Kitten rapers by Elsie Mae shermerhorn six week period today closes the first six weeks marking period of the second semester. Grades will be recorded by our teachers next monday. Here a hoping the scholarship society will be Able to rate Many new member s. Providing cards Aren t decorated or brightened up with that Little red a capital red touch Merit standings should be higher and fewer absences rom classes should be noted. In Case you done to know a stronger penalty is Given for each Cut. Not Only twice As much detention but a number of Points deducted from grades. Operetta this evening Quot Don Alongo a treasure a made a operetta with a cast of Over four Hundred will be presented tonight in the High school auditorium at 8 of clock. Incidental music and accompaniments will be performed by the symphony orchestra under the Baton of Chester Van Hellen. Who will also direct the mixed chorus of Over three Hundred voices students and teachers have been rehearsing the operetta diligently to make this one of the most colourful shows that has Ever been presented in the local District. Quotes after the flood Peggy Jean Packer whose father is caretaker of Sawpit dam Quot we get up or Down from the Canyon in our car. Still can to so i stay with Lily Morehouse and hike Home Over the weekend. Half the mad lads a gosh am i tired shovelled dirt helped the fire department and i Haven to slept for a while the lasses Quot sure was scared. We left our place and went to peach Blossom Day at club Bug ology v. F. W. Auxiliary sponsor contest peach Blossom Beautiful Spring will Mark the Cadi a woman s Section member Man Nellie s. Of the act Vize March in the program a. In. When a Mony and Short Vance of Arbor club gardens. N d \ of Mee club win no Vij is. Vul it ave nue w will be the Ever Ling to. Vance which Aux in of the a pres Biden i when Garden ing which their chair ing have charge 1 Sci of Essa Ooi Stu Wedgie will begin tee planting c program in of Day is held in la 30 tron. It is a next few will be i members winning chive a wit he i Hensley 503 Leroy s hostess on tuesday members of the , mrs. Stella Brookover id charge of the devoted to the reads. Written by local High cuts on the cons Titu of bounced that within the Days a group of judges elected from . Past who will select the prize say paper which will recast award. Til is essay then be sent to the District quarters and of it is still among the highest will be presented at National . Auxiliary offices. This contest is sponsored each year by . Auxiliary chapters with the View of furthering americanism among the youth of the country. Last year a student at the Maywood High school received the National award. Members enjoyed guessing games during the social hour with mrs. Gertrude Curtis and mrs. Jenkins receiving High scores. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by mrs. Brookover the fifteen present. The next gathering of the . W social club has been announced for March 23rd, with mrs. Thelma Jenkins acting As hostess. Proceeds of dance will go to red Cross the proceeds of the second annual dance to be sponsored by the Arcadia woman a club at the los Angeles turf club will go to the local chapter of the red Cross it is announced today by mrs. Chiles Willey general chairman of the event. Friday april 22, has been set for the Ball with elaborate plans now going Forward to make this the most successful affair the local organization has Ever sponsored. A Well known orchestra attractive door prizes colourful floor show and entertainment and a Waltz contest Are among the events of the evening. Last year Over 1000 people attended the Ball and this year even a larger attendance is anticipated. Mrs. Willey announces that tickets will be on Sale within the next few Days and will be $1.50 a couple. 471 club meets tomorrow the 471 club of the Eastern Star will meet Friday at 12 30 of clock at the masonic Temple on South Santa Anita Avenue for the monthly meeting. Mrs. Edith Gru Ben president announces that following the business meeting cards will be enjoyed during the remainder of the afternoon. Miss Pauline Holden Well known radio personality will entertain do alg the luncheon hour with mrs. Mattie Peck former club president acting As chairman for the luncheon assisted by a committee of hostesses. Mrs. Roy Pike decorations chairman assisted by Garden Section have planned something very Beautiful in the Way of Floral decorations for this annual Day of the local organization. Attendance urged mrs. Stewart president urges a full attendance As there Are a number of important matters to be discussed during the business meeting due to flood conditions the business and program had to be postponed at the last meeting. Principal speaker for the after _ noon will be mrs. Lois Carmichael has chosen Quot Flower arrangements or. Goodwin s class for the Busy housewife Quot As her t hour p Tluck supper topic. Luncheon reservations should be made by phoning 8231. Benefit card to be held at Arena Friday Pasadena Arenas delayed Benefit athletic show set Over from last week because of the floods is Pas a Stively to be held this evening with Champion Henry Armstrong As the feature it is announced today by manager Monde Cohan of the Arena. The affair is for the Benefit of the Grace sanitarium of Pasadena a negro institution. The monthly potluck supper of or. Goodwin s sunday school class of the Arcadia Community Church will be held this evening at 6 30 p. In. In the social Hall of the Church. Anyone who is interested is invited to attend. During the evening there will be the annual election of officers. It is dangerous it is dangerous to sell a substitute for 666 just to make three or four cents More. Customers Are your Best assets lose them and you lose your business. 666 is Worth three or four times As much As a substitute. St. Patrick a dance March 19th miss Catherine Barngrover Bride elect of Cleo Thompson was recently honoured with an italian j luncheon and Linen Shower. Miss Barngrover a group of friends gathered at the colourful Lucca a restauro. Andt for luncheon with the table i attractively decorated with Spring i Lowers. Later the group motored to the Home of the hostess. Miss Alice Fulton in Las Angeles where the Bride to be was surprised with a Linen Shower. The remainder of the afternoon was spent in making a brides Book. Those invited by the hostess for the luncheon Shower were Harriet Jarecki of san Gabriel Adeline Williams Fluta Royer. Virginia Westrom All of los Angeles Dorothy Ellison of Altadena and Virginia Miller Genevra Holbin and the honoree of Arcadia. Executive members of the Junior woman s club met last monday to make final plans for the St. Patrick a dance which they will sponsor at the Arcadia woman a clubhouse on saturday evening March 19th. This will be the first dance that the new organization has sponsored and preparations Point to a very successful affair. Music for the evening will be furnished by popular Bob Martin and his orchestra. Decorations throughout the auditorium will stress that a Well known Day. If you have not secured your tickets you May do so by phoning 605 or contacting any Junior mein Ber. Tickets Are fifty cents single admission or $1.00 a couple. Executive members meeting monday were Eleanor Lucas Vir Ginia Hostutler Eleanora Ott Virginia Brown and Gertrude Dickinson. 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