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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - May 2, 1938, Arcadia, California When you think of hardware5 a think of Baldwin Ayende hardware 1210 Baldwin ave phone 322 Arcadia daily Tribune Elizabeth schermerhorn Arcadia girl scouts in Folk festival Beautiful ceremony unites Young couple hostess at a Beautiful 6 30 of clock wedding which was held on saturday evening at the wee Kirk o the Heather Mew Dolores Virginia Gates daughter of or and mrs i Reeman Gates it505 Naomi Avenue became the Bride of or. Robert w Campbell son of or Laura campbell.424 in Centro Avenue South Pardena. Short volts and carried bouquets of Salmon Sweet peas and Blue Delphinium the Bride Given in marriage by her father made a Lovely picture in Lier White Satin dress with its High stand up Collar. The quaint victorian style dress had a Long train while the Long veil with its lace Cap was caught with Orange blossoms. The Bride wore a Beautiful Gold Cameo Bracelet a family heirloom. Site carried a Cascade bouquet of Gardenias lilies of tile Valley and orchids. The Groom chose his brother As Best Man while or. William Reiser and or. Neal Haskell served As Ushers. Rev. Henry Hill of Burbank United the Young couple in marriage. Immediately following the ceremony a reception for too was held at the Home of or. And mrs. Gates. Bridal White was used throughout tile rooms with a three tier wedding cake and White tapers and stocks decorating the reception table. Following honeymoon or. And mrs. Campbell will be Home to their friends in Altadena. The Bride was formerly assistant director of the Collenette school of dancing in Pasadena and attended Pasadena Junior College. Tile Groom is a Grad of the High school of to Ovington Illinois. The wedding ceremony was preceded with a musical interlude in which Hie Church organist played tile traditional wedding music and or. Prank Thrope of Alhambra Sang Quot because Quot and Quot of Promise the Bride was preceded to the altar by Joan Bateman and Dawn Parsons Flower girls who were become ugly gowned in Long dresses of Turquoise and peach taffeta and carried baskets filled with Rose petals. Tile Little ring bearer was Barbara dem bion who was gowned in White taffeta and carried tile White Satin ring Pillow. Mrs. George Andrews president of the woman a Guild of the Arcadia Community Church who was hostess to the f Federated aids. Mrs. George Andrews 6114 Norman Avenue was hostess on Friday to 20 women representing the san Gabriel District of Federated aids of los Angeles county. The women represented churches of Monrovia Al Monte Alhambra Mich Llinda South Pasadena Wilmar Pomona and Arcadia. The hostess assisted by mrs. Howard self and mrs. Austin Shively of Arcadia served a Dainty tray Buffet luncheon. During the afternoon the discussion was led by mrs. Nellie Coffee superintendent of the District. Plans were discussed by the different societies and activities related. Bridal party the Bride chose As her Matron of Honor mrs. O. M. Campbell who wore powder Blue moire t Ai feta and wore a Short veil in the same Shade. She carried Talisman rosebuds. Bridesmaids were miss Doris Dein blon who wore Turquoise Blue taffeta and mrs. Neal Haskell who wore peach taffeta. The bridesmaids wore Ais ? i Chapeau of Navy Blue Straw til two White Gardenias across these two new hat styles. This raw with a Bunch of White Gar Bible conclave scheduled in Sierra Madre Archer bags wildcats East Tawas Mich. Up red Anderson local Robin Hood who Hunts with Bow and Arrow As a Hobby has bagged four wildcats this Winter. Two of the four were shot on the same Day. Coleman a variety opposite City Hal election to feature club meeting memorial poppies being made an unusually Fine program will be presented at the Mich Llinda com a Unity woman a club on wednesday afternoon May 4, at 2 of clock i at the clubhouse by the Meglin i Fancho Marco studio of Pasadena it was announced this afternoon. Mattie Inzerillo and Frank Ince i will have charge of the dancers who will present Many colourful num i hers. Dancers scheduled to appear Ion the program include Carroll Stevent of Arcadia David Lee Atkinson Ruth Alta Brewster Beverly Gunn Stephani Horbaczek Dorothy Ann Marks Barbara Allen. Patsy Johnson Bernice Ross Jerry Skinner Frances Collier Billy Ett Dolores hed and Phillys Randall. Bible Loving christians Are looking Forward with pleasure to the 14th annual Bible conference May 3 and 4 at Bethany 1 Hurch Sierra Madre under the auspices of the missionary society. The theme of the conference is Quot the spirit filled Many noted speakers will be present. Mrs. Ivan Allbutt of China Inland Mission will be the opening speaker taking As her subject Quot lessons in the spirit filled following a Solo by Rev. Roy f. Stevens who is in charge of the music for the conference mrs. Helen Frazee Bower will speak on a no continuing or. Louis Talbot of the Bible Institute of los Angeles who is nationally known As a Bible teacher and radio speaker will be heard at 2 p. In. On tuesday on the subject. A a fishing for men the greatest Joy in the the evening address at 7 30 will be Given by or. W. W. Catherwood of Riverside. Making of memorial poppies for the american legion auxiliary a annual a a poppy Day distribution is going Forward rapidly in government hospitals and special poppy work rooms in every part of the country mrs. Helen Scofield chairman of the Glenn Dyer units poppy committee has announced. More than ten million of the Little red Flowers of remembrance will be ready for wearing on Quot poppy Day Quot May 28. A disabled veterans unable to do other work make All the poppies for i the auxiliary and Many hundreds Are now being Given mrs. Scofield said. A in the hospitals i the work is part of the occupational therapy treatments and has increased Benefit because it gives the disabled men the encouraging experience of earning Money As Well As an interesting occupation. In the convalescent work rooms unemployed disabled veterans Are Given an Opportunity to help support themselves and families. A the men develop High skill at shaping the poppies in replica of the wild poppies of France and Belgium which grew in profusion on the world War Battle Fields. The Flowers symbolic of War sacrifice gain added significance from the fact that they Are made by the War disabled for the Benefit of the disabled men their families and the families of the dead. Quot the poppies which Glenn Dyer unit will distribute Here on poppy Day Are being made at san Fernando arcadians attend i open House at first Avenue the daily Tribune a business and professional directory continued from Page i Newhall Margaret Warren Jane Adcock sue Erwin Pansy b. Standish. Lula Mae mings Amy Roberts Helen Lubetkin Louise Reissler Nora m. Cayer Lena Holsen Marie Eichenhofer Elda a. Ban Susan Geiger Venna Bertolina Hattye Douglas Alice e. Christopher Joel Len Beckstrom. Idalee Wheeler Edythe v. Kentfield Ida Herbold Thelma Sprague Virginia Hostutler Joan Bradford Jane a. Purtell Katherine Wahine Evelyn h. Corpe Maxine Lentz Mary Garber Hazel a. Merritt Dorothy Morris Alberta Haynes Vonda Hutchinson Arline c. Washburn Virginia Gard. Messes. J. E. Frederick n. Milo Fluke Cyril Shier Stanley h. Smith Ray Ramuz g. J. Reed Myrle dins More f. C. Lockwood. C. A. Lockwood e. L. Purtell John Mason h. A. Allen Nick link Oscar War Schaw Frank Pohls k. E. Cox p. K. Wood. Inspect buildings Don Rolls Ronald Weed James Dougherty Fred g. Willard w. H. Nesbitt c. M. Needham Marquise Kidd Henry Holle r. M. Dickinson Rex t. Kenfield. Albert Haney Bob Ralley Ben j. Ross Horace m. Crowell. Early m. Bauer w. T. Durbin John h. Christopher Albert Adcock Leroy w. Diamond. A. C. Delkin h. J. Orchard Bert l. Holmes h. A. Allen c. E. Herbold Robert Erickson Ronald j. Cornball. J. J. Manton a. Shapiro Edward f. Sprague. Mesdames r. M. Kinsley s. J. Rabley. Paul Armstrong w. E. Hoffman. J. E. Fredrick Alice r. Phelps w. S. Hatch. Geo. Mcfall. G. W. Noble Beatrice Cuellar e. C. Nickel Fannie s. Mcinturff Elsie s. Westerhouse Edgar Bradford Lloyd George. F. D. Burnett jessamine Escott o. H. Jirschefske we. Trew m. J. Borg m. R. Westbrook d. E. Frazier. Joe Saunders Oliver Jesme w. A. Lentz Jessie m. Cooke Orson l. Jensen. Office 2891 a phone a res. 2491 or. Bruce f. Sims physician surgeon Osteopath office hours 10-12. 2-5 evenings 7-9 Mon. Fri. No. 7 Arcade bldg. Arcadia when your Drain is Ai clogged s0m or slow m c radio store phone 2298 we repair All makes of sets. 18 North first Avenue Arcadia s notary insurance Dee m. Payne real estate or. T. H. Smith dentist juniors hold fashion show hours 9 to 6 a phone 2630 evenings by appointment 671 w. Duarte Road Arcadia .76 e. Huntington Arcadia phone Arcadia 2294 juniors of the Mich Llinda Community woman s club held an elaborate luncheon and fashion show on saturday at the Alhambra woman a club on second Street which was attended by Over 200 guests. Luncheon was attractively served at i of clock and was followed by a colourful fashion show which featured All the styles for the Bride. Five brides to be of the Mich Llinda juniors modelled the Beautiful creations. During the afternoon Bridge was played with attractive door and score prizes being Given. The entire theme of the Day w As carried out in delicate pastel Flowers. Serving on the committees w Ere Virginia Reeder. Margaret Bussert Jane Badger decorations Elizabeth Spencer Jessie Coogan door prizes Dorothy Quenell Virginia Miller Celeste and Severine Callahan refreshments Harriett Jarecki. Virginia Miller Eleanor Spencer Jessie Coogan Elizabeth Lucas and Celeste Callahan models. At the conclusion of the afternoon a Candy Sale was held by the group. Speakers listed wednesday morning at to of clock mrs. E. M. Mcclusky widely known for her a Miracle Book clubs for Young people will speak on the subject a my miss Suzanne Gardner of Lake Avenue congregational Church of Pasadena will speak at la of clock on a the spirit trained Christian a miss Natalie romans Eteri teacher and Brilliant speaker opens the wednesday afternoon session on a the All sufficient god or. Louis s. Bauman pastor of the first Breton Ren Church of Long Beach Speaks on a the mystery of Eden at 2 of clock and the closing message at 7 30 p. In. By or. Kenneth m. Monroe Extension w order of the Bible Institute at los Angeles will be a Are we building the scaffold on which american civilization will hang a All Are invited to be present at the services of the conference. Luncheon will be served at 12 of clock both Days. Famous farmhouse dinners luncheon 11 30 . To 2 30 4 30 . To 8 80 . Chicken Turkey Steak Ham hot biscuits dessert a la Mode one Price Only Carl f. Bass optometrist phone 685 hours 9 to 5 examination by appointment so i e. Huntington Arcadia Ethel c. Guinther chiropractor i too n. First ave pm. 2813 / next door to it office Arcadia disposal co 56 e. Huntington or. Phone 2294 collections mondays and thursdays 50c a month or. Grace Cullen chiropractor Telephone 2504 hours 9 a. In. To 5 p. In. Evenings by appointment 225 s. First Avenue Arcadia Colorado 5058 Leroy Anderson attorney at Law Arcadia office 51 e. A log. Pm. Arcadia 2785 arc. Of hrs. Wed. Amp sat. L. A. Office. 510 w. 6th pm. To 8221 John f. Houlihan party plans to be discussed at gathering draperies a venetian blinds upholstering 124 e. Huntington drive phone 517 or 798 i. N. Kendall . Surgery gynaecology obstetrics office hours to to 12�?2 to 5 evenings 7-8, except wednesday phone 2141 101 n. First ave. Job printing plans for the dessert Bridge to be held on May 6 tomorrow night will be discussed thoroughly by members of the Santa Anita athletic club mrs. Dan Rose club Leader announced today. Mrs. Verner is Bridge hostess farmhouse popularity jumps report disclose Arcadia daily Tribune 104 n. 1st ave. Pm. 2131 mrs. Alfred n. Verner was hostess on Friday morning at her Home 401 Leroy Avenue at a Bridge breakfast. Guests were seated at one Long table which w As decorated with a Centrepiece of Spring roses. Following the 10 30 of clock breakfast contract was played with mrs. Martha Walshe winning first mrs. J. E. Roe her second and mrs. Walter Cornish third. Others present were mesdames Emma Hamer w. S. Bailey Lee Tracy Arthur Nelson Lila Wells Horace Orchard and the hostess. Ii solve bal since or. And mrs. C. C. Brother ton took Over the farmhouse located at 2239 East Colorado Street Many improvements have been made. The dining room has been re decorated and enlarged to increase the seating capacity. Brotherton a farmhouse has become very popular in the last six months serving full course Chicken Turkey Ham and Steak dinners and specializing in homemade biscuits and desserts. The Brotherton a served these farmhouse meals for six years in Glendale and Are Well known for their famous dinners. Tomorrow mornings gathering will be held at Ivy Tea rooms 2 East foothill Boulevard. The dessert Bridge on the club Calendar will be staged at the Home of Dorothy Linden. 1820 South Santa Anita Avenue dessert being served at i of clock. Tickets Selling for 25 cents May be reserved with mrs. Virginia Diggins. 27.16. Or mrs. Betty Austin 2825, or 2675. Sign Register George Wilson. Rex Cooper j. Manna. Prague r. R. Stine j. R. Glasser m. A. Ireland f. G. Roush. J. A. Miller j. A. Carlin. Kathryn Wrede Dorothy Lenden Leslie Straus w. B. Taylor John Cuellar. Faith Coombs Ray Wheeler s. P Gillam f. N. Baker. Ethel Grandos j. Niederman w. S. Wright. Oscar Willumsen con Trewey c. C. Kreini. H. A. Randenbush Emma Page. J. J. Mersch p. C. Doan. Clara m. Black Alma Harnetiaux l. H. Bor Don. F. A. Jackson e. S. Tombleson. W. H. Nesbitt Helda Holle Inez e. Hoffman Milo r. Sabin Dorothy Lenden j. Underdown Alyce Brand toy o. S. Edmison s. J. Robey Helen Ross j Hancey j. L. Backhaut Charles Whitlock g. W. Noble George Rayn Forest grow. Verna Butler. William b. Taylor Boyce Mountjoy. Discuss studies mrs. M. Olms Tea a c. A. Taylor Eugenia Holmes Maude Bronson Scott m. Lee Beatrice v. Cuellar a Rena Maxwell. Alta Patterson Otto Warschaw Ralph v. Evans Jean Hellman w. E. Hoffman. Arcadians the Arcadia daily to Kilt in society opposes testimonials Sacramento. Calif. Upit income sources of hundreds of celebrities. Ranging from Hollywood stars to members of the 400, have become a target with the incorporation Here of the Honor Bright society of Oakland. The organization will conduct a nationwide Campaign against the soliciting or giving of testimonials for drinks cigarettes or drugs. Pilings to support Homes new Orleans up a hereafter big Oft ice buildings wont be the Only structures to sit exclusively on pilings. Frederick Lemieux local forestry Engineer has developed a a pint sized Quot pile Driver which is mounted on a truck thus removing the element of Cost which made pile driving prohibitive for Homes. S. V. Schermerhorn Agency notary phone 547 Send or Telephone your social items club news and stories of interest to you and your neighbors. The Tribune will appreciate your cooperation. General insurance a real estate 146 East Huntington or. Lifts and cards for Moth e in s i it a y Sims stationery shop Jurta ii Iii to i b u be

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