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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - March 31, 1938, Arcadia, California Arcadia partly Tribune thursday March 31, 1938 i Sierra Madre news to six Vuk St nday mrs Bessie j item Auric Well known Iii dramatic circles in new York and London and now native a dramatic work a Glenda in will speak to the after supper group at Wistaria Vine gardens sunday evening. April 3. Her topic being a Public recreation and civic the talk will be supplemented by musical numbers to by Given by miss nary Carr Clements harpist. Mrs a. F. Halsey who has recently returned from a world tour w la be one of the gues s sunday night and May recount some of her Globe Drung experience a a verdict is us cider Al death tire coroners jury which was convened wednesday March 30, to ascertain the cause of death it the late Harry h Lacy returned a verdict of death by acc Idem and declared itself unable to fix the responsibility. A a w next wednesday evening april 6 the Library Board will hold its monthly meeting at 7 30 of clock. District Heads give reports on years work by Maybelle Caley Barker fully Miter Tai led at the Eph Quitt me. The guests enjoyed roaming through the spacious rooms of the new dwelling which ii As just been completed. Beside unit members other guests included mrs. Carmen Laws of los Angeles. Mrs. Win Hobbs and mrs tithe a filling of Sierra Madre and mrs. H. Deacon past c chaplain. Of the Culver City unit. Mrs. Helen Lovejoy reported that 58 dinners were served by her commit my at the eighteenth District legion dinner held in the a dug out at the City Hall recently. Day to be noted american legion auxiliary Day a the Wistaria Pete will be on april 6. At this time mrs. Margaret Utz. I 18th District president will be the distinguished luncheon guest of our i permits issued the following buildings permits hone been issued to Sierra Madre residents during the past week lbs Daisy Hawks 50 East grand View. Re roofing dwelling. W. S Gebb 543 Auburn permit to erect a Small dwelling easting $2,000. W. J. Donat. 227 Vista Circle drive Small residence $1400. Paster c. Bumpus. 121 South Lima addition to residence $800. F. W. Smith. 347 Grove Street addition to residence $175. Mrs l b Adamson 72 West Algeria. Remodelling and addition. School notes competitive dinner prize the 5-a and 6-b classes have become very much interested in Oriental rugs. Especially prayer rugs As part of their study of Asia is won by men Western they Are now making their own designs with symbols which they have copied or invented. A Rug Bazaar is to be planned As their next sup in this Blanch of learning. Is Newton s a Ling fish in As taught Happus list or Stork special dated Beer one half gallon at Happy in Monrovia 705 South Myrtle Sierra Madre 12 West Sierra Madre blvd. President. Mrs. Florence Jensen. Also mrs. Leila Embree will be hostess to the presidents of the District units who served during the years 1933-34 when she was president. At a pot Luck luncheon Atter the group will assemble at the Vine. On monday april 4. Sierra Madre unit Are to be hostesses at a card party Given by the District for the veterans at Sawtelle Hospital. Report Given Helen Lovejoy presented a report at our thursday meeting from the District meeting held at Azusa last monday night where mrs Pauline Ellison department president was a special guest of Honor. A resume of the years work was presented by each District chairman. Special commendation was Given for the splendid child welfare and rehabilitation work. It was reported that 18 units Are sponsoring americanism essay contests in the Public schools. Class has been Clay. For their Art by m iss lusted. \ ire now polishing up the fins and Scales of the fish and will then Send them to the Kiln where they w ill be i ired and glazed. Miss newtons 4-b class which studied about Japan last semester. While they were the 3-h in miss Hooters room have made a motion picture called a tile japanese Tea the picture was made in miss Thomasella Graham s japanese Garden which is part of her formal Garden. The children Rode to the party in Rita shows which they made. Each child was dressed in his own Kimona Obi and Getas which he had made. At the party Tea and Rice cakes were served in real japanese style. Theresa c keys Juanita c. Gullans school reporters. The literary Section of the woman s club will hold its Middle of the month meeting in the Osgood room of the club Hus a la a. In. Friday turning. April i. Be kind to your car and use the big three Atlas tires guaranteed to give you More for your Money Standard gasoline for Economy. Speed and greater mileage rpm motor Oil. The Best lubrication Money can buy Standard service station j. Milton Steinberger 115 West Sierra Madre blvd. Phone s. M. 297-1 everybody s buying now just a few cents a Day buys yours hundreds of Edison Consumers Are buying their new electric ranges now. Why because the lowest terms Ever offered make it easy for every woman to enjoy the Freedom the Cool Comfort the pleasure and convenience of a modern electric Range. A Small Down payment then y save yours. A ast a few pennies a Day pennies you la act1, cooking electrically and a new electric Range an amazing special Oiler Al no extra Cost while they last you can Exchange your old stove for a 4-piece set of Quot Wear Ever Quot electric Range utensils and it won t Cost an extra Penny see the new Quot electrics Quot and this marvelous Quot Wear Ever Quot set today on display now hereafter the women of tile congregational Church will not of their skill in cookery when any of the men Are around although they May secretly feel that there must have been favouritism shown somewhere. For the $10 prize which was offered to the group masculine or feminine which produced the Best dinner and entertainment was won by the men the judges who made this momentous decision were colonel h. B Hersey or. And mrs. William Lauren Rhoades and mrs. Norah Mesecar. They gave the decision on three Points excellence of the dinner of the program and general spirit of entertainment. 240 sold 1 there were 240 tickets sold of which 190 were sold by Deacon Daniel Schaefer. As a Graceful recognition of his labors in their behalf the ladies of the congregation presented Deacon Schaefer with a handsome electric clock mrs. Arthur o. Pritchard making the presentation in a Graceful speech. The program which followed the dinner was Given under the direct i Tion of mrs. Converse Twycross acting for mrs. Moore president of the woman s society who is travel i ing in the East. Grace was Sung miss Cynthia Hull and when the dinner was at an end the following numbers were presented program pleases violin Solo mrs. Harlow John Mills piano Solo. Miss Catherine Mcburney Trio. Harriet Bacon i Lorraine Hobson find Carol Coumbe readings were Given by mrs. J. S Billheimer and mrs. Waverly Pratt and a special feature of the pro i Gram w As a Short address by the pastor. Rev. Arthur o. Pritchard. 1 on the symbolism and lessons of easter. Class reunion another delightful episode of the i evening was the reunion of mrs. Ruth Boyard a sunday school class. Mrs. Bovard had taught the youngsters about 15 years ago and last night they came to have dinner with her As grown Young men and women. Atter their erstwhile teacher had introduced them the class made merry at a table by them j selves. Streamers of confetti added to j the gaiety of a banquet Hall made Brilliant with Spring Flowers. An unexpected touch of humor was j supplied when everyone was told to a look pretty As they were to have their pictures taken. The photographer retired ostensibly to pre-1 pare the plate and returned instead with a Large april fool placard. The women in charge of last even i Inge a function were mrs. Arthur o Pritchard dinner mrs. E. E. Bacon entertainment mrs. W. S. Hull decorations. St. Rita a school notes j tin pupils of St. Rita a school were honoured last week by a visit from the reverend Mother general of the presentation order. Reverend Mother examined the Many classes and saw the various projects which Are under Way a we the seventh and eighth grades having completed their history text Are making illustrated history books of their own. All Are working industriously at this project. Wow another motion picture was shown us recently by chief Yoeun Stiv Erson of the United states Navy. All tile pictures of the series have been Mast. Educational and interesting but the last one was very Beautiful. Showing scenes of the holy land we thought this most appropriate for Lent. The altar society of St. Rita s Church reports that it is making and Selling about 200 pounds of i Candy a week for visitors to the Wistaria fete. Ben Hur Coffee sales jump to new High continuously leaping sales of Ben Hur supreme Quality Coffee has j proved to Ben Hur officials that i Consumers Are fast getting away from a Brand habits and Are today buying on the dictates of taste Rath i or than by a Brand hence it is no Surprise to these Ben Hur folks to see the fast increasing acceptance of this famous Coffee throughout the Southwest. Improved Over years Ben Hur has been steadily bettered Over the Many years of its existence improved in blend curing roasting grinding and vacuum packing until today it is recognized and welcomed in thousands upon thousands of Homes As a a american a most delicious it is unsurpassed in Quality in the National Market. Every scientific improvement has been added to the Ben Hur equip j ment to preserve the delicate flavor oils which Are so noticeably Rich in i your cup of Ben Hur Coffee. What Ben Hur sincerely offers according to its officials is this Richer flavor which Means less Coffee per cup hence its Economy Ben Hur gives Many More cups Poi Pound because of the higher character of the coffees in its blend. In fact it is recommended that you use one fourth less Ben Hur than of the average coffees. Contest closes april h construction underway photographers who Are planning f Sacramento. Cal. Ins a to compete for the prizes being offered them As part of hit general program at the Wistaria fete should remember that this contest closes april a judging of the photographs submitted will take place on april. Photographs should be of some scene or groupings within Wistaria Vine gardens and will be placed in one or two groupings there will be a prize of $10 and one of $ it in each division. Wow i and mrs. J. S Billheimer 37 Suffolk will entertain or. And mrs Charles Mason of Huntington Park. At Wistaria Vine gardens on sunday. Another guest will be mrs. Billheimer a son or. Philip Murdock. Of Long Bench. Wow or. And mrs Alfred James Dewey and or. And mrs. James Hensley drove to Long Beach tuesday to attend tile funeral of Clyde Hoover. There is $3,013,000 of Highway construction underway in California by the state department of Public works. Inspect carcass Sacramento Cal. Ins a of tile 3.450 carcasses inspected in one month by the state department of agriculture inspectors 3.450 were affected with tuberculosis of which 236 were removed 856 were destroyed for other diseases. Wedding announcements a printed by the Arcadia daily Tribune 104 n. First ave. Be Derby announces a new 75c dinner special dinner 75c Utah celery mixed olives Rosette radishes be Derby a soup chefs special salad Choice of special club Steak Eastern roast Tom Turkey dressing cranberries Honey baked Ham Orange sauce fresh vegetables hot Rolls and butter Choice of dessert and drink potatoes special Spaghetti dinner luncheons by reservation catering to parties be Derby g1to Petersen a ii unti nil ton or. New political alignments told it by forum speaker 1 \ hid a Large audience greeted Bruce Johnson. Forum speaker on thursday evening March 30, when the topic. A new Clit goal alignments was discussed. Or. Johnson took up the matter of the Republican party first showing the causes which have made it split apart and the new Faith which the modern Republican holds citing mayor Laguar Rtia of new Yolk As the chief Hope of that party today. He said the moneyed interests were seeking to serve themselves through an Aliance with Laguardia. And declared that was what the Bankers in Italy had contrived to do through Mussolini. Time is Ripe tile question of the new 49ers was again touched upon by or. Johnson who feels the time is Ripe Tor such an organization to get together and act. One of the chief stumbling blocks in the Way of Progress. He holds is our tendency to Hunt for the other Fellows faults instead of putting in time looking for his Virtues. Labor discussed As regards labor. Or. Johnson i feels that there Are three distinct j groups in this country today the american federation of labor the a c. I. Of and the unemployed. Each j is widely separated irom the other. Two branches and each group made j proportionately weaker through this a cleavage. The speaker also cited As one of the disquieting features of the times the fact that More than j 45 per cent of the people in the land i Are now tenant Farmers rather than j owners. You kiss me like that a new Quot electrics Quot on display now at your Edison office or your dealer ii next tuesday evening. April 5. The forum meeting promises to be i even More interesting than its for runners As tile candidates for the City Council have been invited to be present and to state their reasons Why they believe themselves Well i it Ted to carry on the City a business. The veterans of foreign wars Sierra Madre Post were hosts at j the Wistaria fete tuesday March j 29 wednesday. March 30, the members of St. Catherine a Guild i Are hostesses while on thursday i the fete will be in charge of the j Western poets organization she thought they were a just friends9�?T. Merely Good comrades. Americans Best known Young woman portrait Painter she had her career and her Carefree Bohemian life a she was sure she had progressed beyond the restrictions and responsibilities of humdrum marriage. But 4 the fundamental needs of her woman a heart could be suppressed no longer and her Awakening to life is told in a serial novel that will fascinate you with its revelations of a woman a innermost secrets. Love i dare not Tice sir Rizig new serial lev Allene Corliss begins monday april 4, daily in the Arcadia Tribune subscribe now

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