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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - November 5, 1938, Arcadia, California It i saturday no Ion Arcadia daily Tribune thro three personals i a i Iii nor ii it j to i Hill s All mrs Al Avenue i 11111 All Day i i it ii other a guest Hies were a1 a Honor Krot i in Hirtl Day i in i i the Hanoi Charlo the limn by i and 477 i onion Bridge mid Joyed by la o clock the handsome in tilt i ii by a it i l it a fixed u Ith .1 Renej ,i., i Chry san them uhf and Ca guest. I be i in die to ii. And Lianqi e Wagner roof Paad Tai or clan Nee Al a brie mrs Wagner and a i s son Kenneth an Violet Wilkins daughter Host at mrs. Morris Well known scientist of elected new head Arcadia is shy but finally of altar society talks when cornered i is Hions of the i Ash Ion Able a social a it is Clur reports Al a sea in i Cir it ii Ara ii Mon i elect i defy of Els Al it Moon 1 you n Morrer die i i ban it ii w i Alice in the 11&Quot j i i i lie olm a meet in a Ai the lie r>39 i duct eed term Ina t it Norman id frn of of Lichi try Marjorie Iii ask Dell Marie will not like or article he will lint like if because ii will wherever pus Aid simply. Talk about in f nit pm lathe Gerald Tai Ai Iai Chun h. Meet try. Praised or unselfish and in toll the Pari ii during i of a re ,. Be tent her i a to no Vilt dial i lie society Inch her Effort uti i greatly to Young Parish i i fated she had the grow w in its mrs. I i to a the i her a i of it lip Tiit Conli a lure or h the when Marie Book ii lie intentions Ark filed to u i d intentions to wed were filed recently by Edward it Tamisen 22 412 Maple Way Pasadena and Violet m Widli. I. Us Loma Street Mon Rovig be. E p. Ayala to 21 Pacific electric Camp Arcadia and Antoniio Merjil 25, 440 Avo ado Avenue Hast Pasadena. "torre7s�?o i pure Orange juice l to take out pints quarts gallon 75 a. Idun Lingo or. Opposite the Park i tilt year inst or inc spi kill mrs Beery responded in ii Graceful Little Piach and do heir d that whatever he had accomplished had been through tin splendid co opera Ion at Tho member and that without their Aid it would have been tin pot .1 Blo speaking against tile $30-every-i�?Thulsday pension plan. Or. Gordon it Pasadena outlined some of the probable Dias los Cill cts oth Law should ii be passed next ties four new members mrs. Beach Burney or Franz Neiderman or. C j. Riordan and mrs Albert Kircher. Were accepted into the so i St times Timian a Rich Man poor girls Robert my a Rew Ayers mov Lull i. Pic it be also a Pride of the West with Willi Al Boyd As Cassidy starts tomorrow Stan Laurel and Oeh or Hardy in a a blockheads in till i i e it a Ellis movie Chi i picture also a spawn of Tise North with Cedron Rafiu Henry Londa Dori i by Lamour movie of i picture m in. A everyone has to Hance giant Keng tonight plans completed i in Iii plans were arranged Fen the third Nisil pre thanksgiving Turkey dinner to be served at the Arcadia woman a clubhouse on saturday evening. November 19, from a it to 8 o clock mrs Morris die new president Heads the committee in charge. Ai die conclusion of the event mrs Young served refreshment v. A w. Jiyen ritual work i i it ions inspector Deborah Gaffney in a True Ted members cd v f w auxiliary in ritual work it their regular meeting thursday night at the woman a clubhouse. Mrs. Anna Ilo Eppi i president presided. Visitors at the meeting included mrs. Martina Hansen mrs. I Cora Whiz and mrs. Cecil Tup or. Announcement was made of the coming luncheon on november 17 id the Home Ai mrs. Eva Dimond in Fullerton. Refreshments were served at the close of tin evening toy mrs. Anna Doeppel Iii i mrs. Vida Bensley. Mid and mrs. Perrine Anno nor Hirth of Haby or. And mrs. Clifford Perrine 1437 Caballero Road announce the birth of a baby daughter at St. Luke a Hospital november 2. Queen City Dairy Codd Eresh milk delivered to your Home or at Dairy 25jo so. 10th ave. Phone at. 7-1440 reporter made the discovery lie called upon or and mrs. At diet Mode i tasteful lied Home that fairly shines with i mix Piletere Quot a at 40 Bonita Avenue where they have resided for the past few veil the reporter j called to learn Mare about the interesting blankets and boots that or Charles prepares for race horses that Are winning so much attention m the racing world reserved As Jarbo or Charles a tall Lender Man with a scholarly face and a quiet reserved manner is a master at understatement tie proved a. Shy and Elu Ive As Garbo where his personal Lite wa.1 concerned until his will a former veil known newspaper woman herself who realizing tin difficulties confronting the slightly stumped reporter saved tin i Day by tier tactful prompting. But when i it i Charles did begin to talk ii a like embarking upon a fascinating sea voyage he talked so inti ii is tingly about science to which of has devoted filly ear of life winning National renown for his work that die reporter often forgot to report and listened intend his words touched the outer fringe of a new world. A world i where anything is possible where sell abnegation and sacrifice Are the watchwords. A practising physician for Many j years or Charles gave up his work to engage in experiments on mag a Diathermy electrical appliances Tor humanity with which he has been eminently successful. As a Voung scientist he worked on Early of Ray machines in new York materially assisting in bringing a Ray to the prominent Plait it now occupies in the medical world. A i have always dedicated myself to the i a vises to enter Rose tournament coming events cast their shadows a before or. And mrs. Jack Davis i 2428 Camino real received their annual invitation to participate in the the a. Adena tournament of hoses. The Davies have entered horses in the Parade every year for the past 20 , and or. Davis himself has Only missed Riding in it four times 1 during that period. A so today their Golden horse Al Moreno is arching his neck and prancing a bit As preliminary practice for the big event. The Davies recently ran into Tough Luck when a handsome Palomino Colt still nursing decided to eat Alfalfa Hay and died from the results As he looked like a a a Comers the Davies were desolated for some j Cia is. Rebel of suffering Mil to Char on e retired alter Yea of work in secluded my anything that latin a torpor Charles retired. Is e to talk about but not for hug for while work ing quietly in a Laboratory on Rancho Santa Anita or. Charles received a visitor who changed the course of his activity and caused him to regretfully emerge from his self imposed retirement aided Trainer the visitor was a b. Partridge who a seeking a remedy Tor his horse Crystal Prince whose legs were w e a k and afflicted with chronic trouble he prevailed upon upon or Charles to apply the principle and devices used so successfully on suffering humanity to horses or Charles pondered the problem and finally constructed an electric Boot. Crystal Prince wore his Boot for several hours each Day and soon Waback in the running winning that season alone a total of $17,395 upon the finish of the season at Santa Anita or. Charles was besieged by horse owners and trainers for. Similar boots he also invented a throttle Hood made to re a Sieve certain Chest and Throat a ii nent a Chest and shoulder de vice that acts As an invigorate or As Well As a hip Blanket he made eight appliances in All my they include treatment Foi All the Range of Equine diseases. Such tables trainers and owners As Milky Way a. G. Vanderbilt. Elizabeth Alden a. A. Baroni Kirsch Jacob Earl Beezley and Clyde Phillips use them. Appliances described the boots and blankets Are made of thousands of feet of Dia Moid spun Copper wire of almost Microscopical thinness spirally arranged in continuous Coil the whole setting up health giving rays activating the circulation while heating my Healing internally the inducted Energy penetrating muscle and i Bone gives the to taxation effects i which work the curative miracles. Quot an Interior arterial Massage is tile Way or. Charles describes the effect of the curative currents or radiations. He also says that there is a Only one disease stagnation Only one Lindbergh keying is its besides electrical blankets boots Etc., or. Charles made the flying suits worn by Anne and Charles Lindbergh on their epochal Hight to the Orient. Or Charles is Given Public thanks for his work in the foreword to mrs. Lindbergh a Book a North to the such Odd requests have come to or. Charles that nothing u Ould Surprise him any More. He Lias been asked to make and did make successfully devices to relieve the milk clogged udders of prize Dairy cows electrical wrappers for 500-Pound Honey jars to prevent sugaring and Many Odd apparatuses to relieve prize dogs. It Una us Lim of o report 11011 Aff if tin to s. Be Twiny time Brid is of the i Inphany in in Aal and 471, so tues party Anthem in Dona Tai Sim on who company ads Enlo h was in pm red an g lunch the Gas their Fri at Bridge and Chine e prime winners were mrs first Mialma will second and mrs lil Consolation in auction Eastwood first mrs second and mrs. Consolation in con a Chorine Willett first and mrs. Laura Helm at chinese checkers Nolle Schrader headed the committee in charge of the affair. A is Ting her were mesdames Edith Graben president Laura Walters Maude Ray Cora Humphries and Edith Bartron. A r Miu ii i Eli Noa. A a Turkey dinner nov. 11 v e ath e r in her hat among the Many attractive chapeaux worn by women during the fall season is this Dressy one of Gold and Black lacquered feathers it is held in place by an adjust in Able Bandeau. Report on meeting of missionary society nov. 3 women missionary meeting of tin Community chm he held their november meeting at the Church on the third during tin spiritual be i of mrs. C. V. Crellin outlined the conditions of the glamorous persian court at the time of Esther and told of Modem behaviour or wards her lord and master. King , tins was followed by the Story of Esther by mrs. H p. Moore who described the beauties of the Lovely Jewell a character and person All through her talk was the underlying thought that Esther was prepared by god to eventually become the Savior of her people. A Turkey dinner resplendent with All the trimmings Wall be served on armistice Day evening by the members of the Michili Inda Community women club in their at 750 Rosemead Boulevard from 5 30 to 7. The Public is cordially invited to take advantage of this Opportunity to end the Holiday with a festive meal for the family and a real vacation for Mother. Reservations May be secured by phoning mrs. Fred usher Atlantic 2-1791 or mrs. Arthur Leas Sycamore 3-4572. Further entertainment after dinner will be provided by card games and by miss Betty Jackson handwriting expert who has been engaged to give readings. Miss jacks ii will not Only give readings to those present but will Analyse Sample of writing brought in Why not Surprise your friends by having their personality read also by a professional graph Logist ? Hamin Ade Lyric Lub luncheon nov. 15 the Chaminade Lyric club will meet at the Home of mrs. C. C. Howard 315 South Primrose Avenue Monrovia for a 12 30 luncheon on november 15. Mrs. Cliff j. Mendenhall hospitality chairman and her committee Are in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Robert Beach Moore of Arcadia president will preside. Wellman a Sil ver Tor the Home an elegant display of Gorham Sterling Silver ii popular designs Nocturne Greenbrier a Dolly Madison a Hunt club late georgian a Lansdowne a etruscan King Albert. A so Gorham Liker a late mrs. Carver fetes past presidents i a hog a in a i makes of at Wei store. And Barton eros., and r Silver Ai Man s immunity 1817 All other Standard beautifully shown new jewel y 9q to e. Main St. Alhambra a Cost a misled ii Alhambra mrs. Dorothy Carver entertained members of the past presidents of 1937-38 of the 18th District american legion auxiliary and their i husbands wednesday evening at her Home 134 Fano Street. An enjoyable evening was spent playing games and delightful refreshments were served at Hie close. The next meeting will be held at the Home of mrs. Alice Brent. 619 North Nicholson Monterey Park on december 7. It was announced. Guests at the affair were or. And mrs. Slayer Azusa or. And mrs. Jack Yutz South Pasadena or. And mrs. William Wright. San Gabriel or. And mrs. N. Steele. San Dimas or. And mrs. Arthur Wenzel Wilmar or. And mrs Covina or. And mrs. Omohundro last Pasadena mrs wat a Wells Temple City mrs. Anna Sherman Al Monte or. And mrs h. L. Clarke Alhambra mrs. Pearl Drake Glendora mrs. Florence Sibley san Marino and miss Geraldine Macdonald. La Puente new invention that is not the extent of his work however for he has placed electrical blankets boots and similar devices in Many of the leading hospitals of the nation. At Hie present time he is engaged in per a fool proof moisture re electrical pad to be used in this was undertaken at tile of a Large san Francisco Felting Distant water request Hospital. In fact he never makes a device unless in answer to some definite need. Is it any wonder then that he keeps the doors of his Busy experimental laboratories on North first Avenue so i firmly locked with so much work afoot mrs. Flake acted As hostess during the luncheon hour and during the business period following Many important matters were disposed of. The afternoon session was Iii charge of mrs. Timerhoff who gave a very interesting and enlightening talk on Siam As Well As on our own Southern Mountain people. She described particularly the work done by or. I John c. Campbell in the southwestern portion of North Carolina where i the scandinavian method of agriculture in the mountains Lias been introduced. Mrs. Robinson Sang a a How Beautiful upon the mountains Quot and was accompanied by mrs. I Bartsch on the piano. Plans were made for a Day november 17, to be devoted to the Mission study Book for the Winter a moving at this time while the Book is being reviewed Hie members will fold bandages to by sent to China there will also be a Christmas Shower for the Community House at Azusa each member to bring some inexpensive toy a trifle for the women or article of apparel each one to be suitably wrapped in Christmas festive Ness. Trace Mccurdy. My Day by Eleanor Roosevelt Seattle Wash. I never cease marvelling at the air plane Ana its Speed. I boarded the plane in Newark n. J., at 8 a. In. Yesterday morning and As we taxied along the take off i kept thinking of Anne Lindbergh a Book and her description of their efforts at Takuie off in Bathurst on the coast of Africa a slap slap slap on the nothing like that occurs in one of our great commercial transport just a speeding up of the engine one or two Little bumps and imperceptibly you Are off the ground and going up into the air. We had marvellously quiet smooth flying to Chicago. Much to my Surprise our Friend the Baron de la Grange was on Board As far As Buffalo. He was a flyer during the continued on Page 6 read and him want ads joint social planned for next wednesday As another joint meeting of Konus. I Theta Phi sorority and Delta Sigma opposite City Hall Arcadia Calif. Reelect a seem i l y m a n Frank l. Baynham on his record of honesty and True representation of the people in the pith District Rill Quot Nim Iii Ion in Xix Xii in Irons j fraternity will be held next wednesday at 8 p.m., at the Home of j miss Ruth Becker in Altadena members of the two organizations Are beginning to Jot the Date Down on their social calenders for these affairs Are proving highly enjoyable Harold Budworth president of the fraternity and miss to tora i i Merman president of the sorority i will jointly preside. I a recent enjoyable affair of the j Theta s was the chinese dinner Given wednesday night by miss i Barbara Hodgkins of Monrovia As a Rush party. Following dinner members and rushes spent the evening playing chinese checkers. Fan Tan and Bridge. Present were mrs. Merle dubbing miss Grace Ward. Miss Marian Friske. Miss Jean Niemack. Hon e. Mrs. Merrill Pollard mrs. Jam Milton. Miss Cleo Vogel miss Ellen Good. Miss Allene Haviland. Miss Jeanne chanslor mrs Charles Ary. Miss Thorn liner Man. I -. Joan Bergman. Miss Cleo Bat hey. Miss Mary Ethel Ellsworth miss Jessie Cogon miss Olive Hannah mrs. Ernest Gray miss Marjorie Malin miss Zoula Mae St. Clair miss Grace Mitchell miss Jane Johnson miss Dorothy Mitchell. Miss Leora Mitchell miss Dorothy Ebert and miss Ruth Becker 5 room outfit f a Quot 19500 $1c.0q Down balance very easy terms consisting of Complete furnishings for 1. Living room 2. Dining room 3. Bedroom 4. Breakfast room 5. Kitchen a Complete living room outfit All tin furniture you need to make your living room Coz and Bright. A Reau Witul Walnut finish dining room suite too cry to a to a Law r Quot less it of out it the new bedroom suites. A strikingly styled bedroom suite in the newest effect. Carefully matched veneers. Breakfast St console Range Star furniture co. Pasadena i 9 by. Usi51 open n. Rax in on i ave. Evenings till 9 Kolbl Scott news All Arcadia girl scouts enjoyed a skating party at the Moonlight roller Way last Friday afternoon. The leaders and some of the Mother of the group provided cars and supervision for the Gay party. Ten girls i n prizes for their skating Ahi 11 y the girls and their chaperones voted the affair one of tax most successful of the year. Or Milton Lubetkin Leader of troop no. 32, entertained the mothers of girls in her group with a Lovely Tea at her Home on Soutsi second Avenue wednesday afternoon. Dirk Tor Speaks miss Lois Paige director of Pasadena Council of girl scouts explained the new scouting program and the set up of the organization. Alt the mothers present will be better Able to help their daughters make the most of this splendid character building activity because of their better understanding of the work of both leaders and girls. Besides the hostess and miss Paige the following were present mrs. S. W Brown mrs Nada Giridlian mrs. Mensch mrs. James Macdonald. Mrs. Gladys wills mrs. Hazel Smith mrs. Nora m Carver mrs. L. A. Bowman mrs. Andra Matthews mrs. In Bruce Douglas mrs. L. L. Austin mrs. S. Robey mrs. John Reardon mrs. E. E. Balling mrs. H. E. Coleman mrs. Helen Withers. Mrs. Hazel Post mrs. Mary Wheeler mrs. James West or. Joe Hall and mrs. Allen. Dancers to hold open House tomorrow tomorrow evening at 7 30 of clock Kurt Metze and mrs it Etc Virginia Stewart will hold open House at their new dance studio located in the Arcadia building 69c East Colorado. Pasadena there will be an interesting exhibit of dance pictures masks Etc. To Fischer will entertain informally with his dancing marionettes and a perhaps or Metze will show several dances. Or metre a number of tax duels Rhea opern Haus in Berlin for five tears has appeared in numerous films operettas operas ballets and concert. He was guest teacher of modern dance in the famous Misc i risky school Iii Warsaw Poland he is a former student of Mary wig Man and appeared for two years As Solo dancer actor and teacher Iii the Hess Scheb Landes theatre. Mrs Metze has lived and travelled extensively abroad. She directed the International dance Tours taking her group to the worlds fair in Paris for the dance Congress. She has written a distinguished biography of Mary Wigman and a symposium on the Modem dance both of which have attracted very favourable attention. Butlers yams 12 lbs. 25c lug 50c at the Quot a a opposite Lyons museum Arcadia mrs. Owings Home maid shop leave orders for a Chicken pies catering to Large amp Small orders please mention this and 323 no. 1st ave., at. 7-2732 political advertisement political advertisement for All the people Lee t. Bashore for Assembly not backed by or pledged to any special interests

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