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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - November 18, 1937, Arcadia, California Arcadia daily Tribune thursday. November in 1937fcrsoimalls expect Hundred at escorts dinner pan hellenic has regular meeting auxiliary ladies sewing for Bazaar mrs. Jerry Voorhis Speaks at woman s club let your Home reflect your v anyone Interr ird in Ewing for tile Bazaar to by Given in i of pm Ber by the Glenn Dyer american be Glen auxiliary not .�?T17 is invited to meet Al the heme of mrs Dorothy Carver president Tom it Row when another St Wing Bee will be be d tuesday to Aux Ivy members assembled at lie Home of mrs Mary Cline on Norman Avenue and a under the direction cd mrs a amp in Nelson apron chairman. Tile Bazaar will be the auxiliary a outstanding event of the Winter season and will be held at Hie Glenn Dyer legion Hall on North first Avenue. The Gay print aprons will occupy the principle Booth of the affair. We re invitation to Garden parti and Tea Arr handed out at British embassy mrs Voorhis was acting those present Al a go la Garden it Rev Given by lord and lady Lindsay at the Brill ii embassy on Coronation Day , including r from every foreign embassy were met of the door by a scottish guard in full regalia c ongers Donal reception the one affair when everybody d exes in their very Best. Is the congressional reception Given both president and first lady at lie White Hou r. In speaking of that Gay a occasion. Mrs. Voorhis told of being ushered through Quot Hie East door Quot and met by handsome men in Gold braid who gave them full Ini net ions for the evening. Guests formed in two double files in Hie Beautiful Blue Arnm. Thinning to single file As they reached president and mrs. Roosevelt. Then on into the dining room where they were introduced to dozens of famous people of Ninf of Congress the first major happening fit Impi Lance after getting the family set fed in Alexandria was the speakers attendance of Hie first and on a Ord by sos Ion of Congress that was lie Only time. Mrs Voorhis stated when wives of repro Enta tics were Given Choice seat. In the gallery of tile opening of the Senate and House when president Roosevelt made his speech she was seated directly behind Hie chief executive and although she was unable to see his face As lie talked she was near the Roosevelt family Box in the gallery and the a in Dorsz in. And i loved Quot getting a Good look Quot at All seated there. Many amusing incidents of the presidents inauguration Day when the crowds stood in avalanches of rain were related. She told of highly important men wearing raincoats fashioned of the Quot Kitchen table cloth Quot and of seeing president Roosevelt and mrs. Roosevelt leaving for h o in e in an open earn drenched to the skin but still Good sports. Intricate calling customs were explained along with the fact that if a congressman a wife called on everyone she should there would be some boo visits made mrs. Voorhis told of the simple Type clothing worn in the Capitol City and of the Lack of elaborate Ness at most social functions. Each Day in the week with the exception of saturday and sunday and certain hours arc named in an instruction Book handed to All newcomers As special Days for Call i tug on special people. Friday is calling Day at foreign embassies dance who Honor football team the Monrovia Arcadia Ednai in High schools football team will be honoured tomorrow evening at the november student dance to be Given in the school cafeteria. Elaborate decorations in the school colors Green and White have been planned by mrs. W o Graf. La Verne Boyers ten piece orchestra from Pasadena has been engaged for the dance. A swing contest will be included in tile evenings events. Boyer s orchestra plays at dances Given by Pasadena Junior College. Mrs. T. O. Thompson and mrs. H. L. Brink will take care of the new Check room which will be operated without charge. All students alumni parents and friends Are invited to the dance. Beauty work at prices you can Well ass afford recreation for recreation while in Washington. Congressmen and mrs. Voorhi a enjoyed Many trips to interesting and famed spots in Virginia. The most outstanding and one described for members of the woman a club was a tour of Thomas j Jefferson s Home in Monticello the finest remaining specimen of Colo dial architecture. All states luncheon mrs John a Ranshaw first Vic president of the woman a club was general chairman of the colourful All states luncheon. After calling the meeting to order mrs. Charles w. Stewart president turned the program Over to mrs. Ranshaw who introduced chairmen of the tables. Tile presidents table Minnesota was first with a two minute stunt each person giving some particular thing for which the state is famous. Five club officers who Are from Minnesota Are the president mrs. Harpole mrs . Mrs. Noack and mrs. Fiske. Pine Cones and greenery were used in decoration. At the Iowa and Kansas table mrs. G Elrude Shenck chairman sunflowers were the predominating decoration. Holding symbolic Cornstalk. Those present marched around the table singing the praises of the two states to the tune of Quot Battle hymn of the mrs. G g. Meade was chairman of the Ohio table and each ohioan named a historic Point or person near whom they lived. Red and White carnations Quot mums and tiny air planes were on the table. Miniature pilgrims turkeys spinning wheels. Indians and teepees were on the table for the new England states of which mrs. Bessie Sanborn was chairman. M a n y presidents poets and authors were Given to the country by the new England states it was proclaimed. Representatives from Michigan Wisconsin and Indiana were assembled at a table decorated with pomegranates and greenery in a Cav Reed Basket and entertained with a Clever skit. Winning table mrs. Russell Lucas was chairman of the winning table set for missourians. Mrs. E. M. Timerhoff As Many guests at club meeting Triy girls have Nineteen on Roll Al Ray Beauty Salon phone 2707 with Nineteen members composing the charter member list the membership drive of Triy organization has been closed it was announced tuesday at a regular stated meeting of the group held at the Arcadia Community Church. New members will be added to the roster by invitation in the future. During the business session of the last meeting the group made plans for election of officers to be held next tuesday. November 23. At the Church. A dinner party will follow. At the close of the regular business. Songs for the inductive services to be held december 1st were practice. Mrs. Agues fender director of Triy. Which is sponsored by the . Reports that she is greatly enthused Over the keen interest shown in the organization and that a he girls Are making plans for an votive year. Asunta girls holding Council fire the finest permanent of them All the Asunta campfire girls Are holding Connell fire at the Hobby House this afternoon. Esther Bauer and Charlene Stark Are in charge. Zotos visits parents miss Donna Kingkade will spend tomorrow visiting with her parents or and mrs. Elmer Kingkade on Arcadia Avenue. Miss Kingkade is taking nurses training in the Queen of the Angels Hospital in los Angeles. Machin Cless permanents if you re one of those discriminating women who want the very finest in permanent Waves you la be pleased with a Zoto. Interlocutor had each present to give a fact about her Home town and then presided Over a period of questions and answers. Mrs. J. T. Reynolds played the a Missouri a covered Wagon with a Banner a Missouri to California Quot and several tiny mules made an appropriate table decoration. The Wagon was loaned by Everett Gros line los Angeles High school boy. And a miniature mule by w. Parker Lyon. Mrs. Fannie Needham and her former Illinois residents produced Allday suckers As appropriate to their state and presented a huge Lollipop to mrs. Stewart. A pretty Centrepiece was made of red leaves in a Bright Basket. Do thankful that you ran have Beauty wherever you go this thanksgiving for our Solon is a Boon and n Blessing to women we Bove the Knack of dramatizing your Good Points. Madelyn and Lillian phone 351 161 East Huntington drive am poo and ringer wave contour hair cuts 35c permanent Waves $2 $3 so $5.00 Nadu Ray i 1 phone 575 Stanley Denberg celebrate birthday five year old Stanley Denberg. Son of or. And mrs. John Denberg. Recently celebrated ii is birthday with a party at ii is Home 327 North first Avenue. Those invited were Dickie and Shirley Merget Mary Alice Nelson. Frankie and Marvine Steinbar Ger Elmer Swanton and Luba Denberg. Out of town guests were miss Eva Udin of los Angeles and mrs. Bess Smulekoff of Alhambra. Mrs. Elmer Swanton and mrs. Bob Mer get of Arcadia assisted Stanley smother in serving refreshments of ice Cream and cake. The foreign table was strikingly Beautiful with its decoration of Many hued flags brass candelabra with lighted red candles and symbols from far off lands. Norway Poland Canada England and Mexico were a represented. Mrs. J. N. Macfarlane gave a splendid talk on he part Quot foreigners Quot played in the building of the United states and Ead a portion of a piece by Longfellow. Mather a Cre tonnes will give your Home a Happy look Arizona Texas Nebraska. New Mexico. Oklahoma Louisiana and Washington were represented at a a Able decorated with baskets and lottery of the plateau states. Mrs Fannie Needham was chairman. And told of the Early Days in new Mexico and Arizona when Lier grandparents had dealings with a Ribas of indians. The California table in charge of mrs. Renshaw was Lovely with a Center Horn of plenty in Bright autumn colors decorated with chinese lanterns. Persimmons and leaves added to the Gay Western theme. Mrs Renshaw read an amusing letter supposedly written by an Iowa Farmer after his return Home following a visit Here. An entire Day was written out in the letter each action depending on a product from some other state or country. As a whole the All states luncheon was one of tile most colourful events in the woman a club year. Nearly 90 were served by mrs. Alice Cross and her committee attend lecture on sea life at Cabrillo Beachly selected Cre tonnes contribute to the Home s. Rive new interest to windows chairs and May be had in a wide variety of colors and mrs. Wilkins first lieutenant of girl scout troop 7 in West Arcadia and her daughter Violet attended a sea life lecture at Cabrillo Beach recently. Tile lecture was Given by the Well known and beloved Quot pet Aga Quot girl scout a i tonal nature instructor for All i scout leaders. Each attending took j a Quot nose bag Quot lunch and stayed for the Day. Sea life was collected from the rocks and studied by the j group. It was a most delightful j Outing. For every member of the family especially see our Complete line of togs Tor the baby. You la find nationally known brands at prices much lower than los Angeles Here you la find merchandise exactly suited and appropriate As a gift for any occasion we carry most Complete line of cards in town Inch Cre tonnes Inch Cre tonnes Inch English warps Inch English prints Inch Linen prints Inch glazed Hintz All types of Beauty work Florence Beauty parlor make appointments for Quality workmanship 664 w. Duarte Road phone 52ft Mather a Home decorating service is at your command. Call co 6161 for this service. Advice suggestions plans and estimates for beautifying your Home will he graciously Given without charge. For your convenience shop with Mather s in Pasadena and use our patrons garage just him feet North of store on the Corner of Marengo and Union. Gift 8 Novelty shop West Arcadia Beauty shop we specialize in better permanents including Zotos we also give Waves As Tow As $3.00 phone 494 Adeline v. Gagnon 1204 Baldwin

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