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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - November 28, 1940, Arcadia, California A do your Christmas Karly in Arcadia i r i is Quot a a a a is i s w a Jas. We it Vilt Burn mortgage at Church Here volunteers Are needed for civic project Ai avid official newspaper of Nifte City of Arcadia i. Jan Sample Opy Arcadia news Arcadia California thursday november 28, 1940 vol. X no. 47 needed to commit Volunteer workmen arc Aid chamber of Commerce tees in placing the Christmas candles in place in Arcadia business districts sunday according to announcement made yesterday afternoon from c. Of c. Headquarters. Workers who can help in the Civie project Are asked to Register either with Secretary Aldine j. Bradley at the chamber of Commerce office or Villi George Young at Young s Fountain in Douglas drug store. Ninety four Christmas candles will tic placed in decorating Arcadia for the yuletide season. Merchants use Tribune to reach 4500 Arcadia Homes approximately $750 has been collected to Date in tile annual Arcadia red Cross Roll Call according to mrs. Stella Brookover chairman of the residence District solicitation. Die work of the committee has been much delayed this year by illness of workers or in their families so that some sections of the City including two entire precincts have not been touched at All. Original plans of the committee said mrs. Brookover were to Complete the Roll Call by thanksgiving however now it will be continued until All parts of the City have been canvassed. Tile grave illness of her father 8. M. Truss has Given mrs. Brookover herself much anxiety. He has a i in suffering from pneumonia at the Home of another daughter mrs. W. R. Holt in Monrovia but is reported somewhat improved. Business District chairman j. S. Marks has been ill As has mrs Ellen Norris chapter chairman for Arcadia who is convalescing from an attack of influenza. They re going to a Burn the mortgage Down at arcadians Community Church tomorrow night in tin1 course of a big program of thanksgiving Jollif cation and rejoicing. For the first time Iii the history of the Church. Hit $50,000 property at tile Corner of 1st Avenue and Alice on one of the Choice Sites of the City is entirely without encumbrance a pot Luck supper for All the family is planned Lur the Church social flail it 6 he and everyone is invited. At 7 30, the program will begin leading to the burning of tile mortgage. Or. Allen Moore presbytery executive will be present to congratulate the Church As will Rev. A i veil Davis of Monrovia. I r. R. Hopper is expected to present plans for the proposed Church j addition As developed by architect Robert Finlayson of Monrovia 1 which the Church intends to build without assuming a new debt. Those wishing to attend the supper should bring their own eats and dishes and Coffee will be furnished by the Church. Loday there is a copy of the Arcadia Tribune and news in every Home in Arcadia and its immediate trading area. I hat is As it should be and we of the Tribune and the Mer chants who use its columns to advertise their products Hope that the Jay is not far off when every Issue of the Home paper will go into every Home Iii town. I his Issue it it tin Tribune is dedicated to the idea of shop Early in there Are so Many reasons Why that suggestion is Good advice that we could Cady to Quot the Page with them. Not Only will you help tin Ove Woi a postmen and store keepers but you la help yours of a \ fifth annual poultry show opens tuesday at Santa Anita Pavilion be Oil to Chopra pay Fellowship club is 80 Strong at Turkey dinner a Promise of Turkey and a Fine program combined to bring out Moie than so members of the men s Fellowship club for their monthly dinner meeting in the social Hall of the Community Church. Tile Turkey Quot was All that could to desired according to numerous remarks and the talk Given toy or John w. Harbeson principal of Pasadena Junior College on a democracy and thanksgiving was Well received. Accompanying or. Harbe son was a male Quartetti of p. J. C. A big time was had by All. Including the losers during the Badminton tournament held last saturday at the de Forest Stoll Home or Santa Anita Oaks. The Battle for championship honors is continuing today with the winners of last weeks jousts drawing for now opponents. Tile official referees Are understood to have been Mel Bankhead de Forest Stoll and Harold Bell but reports have it that wives of the players members of the Santa Anita athletic club did Coni id Erable refereeing from the Side lines and of a not altogether impartial nature. Captains Mel Bankhead and Harold Bell deserve much credit for last weeks tourney which ended with Joe Hall and Geo. Sornborger declared winners Over de Forest Stoll and Harold Root or. W. Ilea by and Russ Davis Defeated Sam Williams and hairy Nesbitt i Gar we on and Dias. Nugent won from Tom Carew and Dan through taking advantage of a wide and the services of unhurried clerks. Not in years have Arcadia merchants spent the and time to bring you the variety of stocks of every be found in their stores this Christmas season an article is priced right. On Page 6 of this Issue of the Tribune there is an advertisement describing a Premium offer for All arcadians and friends of this paper who will voluntarily come in ant their subscription. There Are just a lot of mighty Good reasons Why the Loyal citizens of a town subscribe for and read their Home paper. Lets list a few first because they want a local newspaper to be published in their town and Are willing to cooperate in making its publication possible. Second because they want to keep informed not Only regarding local activities but with reference to merchandising news As Well As local Laws and acts of Public boards which handle matters of great concern to it them. Third because of civic Pride. Wise citizens realize that there is no Economy in depriving themselves of their Home newspaper. Well informed persons Are those who regard the advertising columns of the paper As valuable news pointing the Way to savings in purchases As Well As to the progressive places at which to Trade to Best advantage. Progressive stores Tell of new products on Sale and also keep the buying Public informed concerning their regular line of merchandise. These and Many other features make the investment in a subscription a paying proposition to the subscriber. It is false Economy to save the Price of a subscription and lose Many dollars through ignorance of what is of personal importance to each individual in the family not to mention loss of opportunities to save on purchases. Postmaster Stewart asks for Public cooperation promotion in the ranks of Seoul Lorn is programmed for Arcadia boy scouts on thursday night december 5, in the auditorium of first Avenue school when the december court of Honor will be held with chairman Sam l. Hobbs presiding. Troop 2. Sponsored by Glenn Dyer Post no. 247, american legion will be in charge of the program for the evening details for which will be announced next week. The Public is cordially invited to attend this Honor court which will be called to order at 7 45 p. In. Arcadia sea scouts Over thanksgiving week joined patrols from All sections of the Pasadena san Gabriel Valley Council in the annual regional sea scout rendezvous staged at Newport Beach. Postmaster William Stewart is another Man who says �?�>11 11 Early in Arcadia a a and adds his pit a for Public cooperation in Hie preparation and mailing of Christmas packages. Postmaster Stewart admonishes you to address All packages Fiul letters plainly and completely in Ink giving Street address or Box or Rural route number whenever possible. Place senders return card in upper left Corner of address silk. Parcel containing perishable matter should he plainly marked. To encourage Early mailing parcels May he marked a do not open until Christmas a. A Tim w written merry Hris Imas year a a a with Best names numbers c the purpose or Dot la enclosed with parcel Post mail. Books May Bear simply dedicatory inscriptions not of a personal Nappy wishes a Mboi option new and for Mav zip Ete Feu Pici in i kill it nature Christmas seals or should not be placed on dress Side of mail. Stickers the add us mailers May save time by buying postage in Advance. Give your local postmaster a break this year go packages and Mas mail t your Christie i leis in the i Akly rotarians to see boy scouts perform Friday i i 2 scouts give demonstration before legion Post Here members of Glenn Dyer Post no. 247. American legion tuesday night in regular session were treated to splendid and inspiring demonstration staged by boy scouts of troop 2, sponsored by the Arcadia Post. Under the direction of scout Ort Beanston Robert Smith Hod Ber Dan Billy Ney Anderson Leon Ricks win , Jerry Carlin Nelson Vernon Kidd and Brahms. Later in the evening scouts Beanston and Kolbe a Man Actu red fire without the use c matches the former demonstrating the friction master Aubrey Walton the troop i method with Flint and steel with students who Sang a group of were augmented by com Rose Mel Bankhead and Earl my Unity singing. Registration aliens closes december 15 the registration of aliens in Arcadia will wind up on december 15, it was announced this week by postmaster w. R. Stewart. The official nation wide deadline is december 26, but employees of the Post office will be directing their attention to Christmas mailing and arrival of packages after december 15, the postmaster said thus causing the getting of the local deadline on the earlier Date. Ahem in Arcadia Are urged to Register at the Post office on North first Avenue As soon As possible. Donald Defeated Jack Young and Eldred Pennington Jack Haney and Ray Kinnison lost to c. V. Perine and chats. Hoover and Richard Van Pelt and Harold Bell won from Dias Nugent and Dan Rose. Toastmasters to hold open House on monday first initiated five new members into the organization with the following boys being received into the troop As Quot tender feet Jerry Taylor Ross Bryce Bobbie Burns. Bernard Warschaw Ami Jimmy Caulfield. Putting on the initiation ceremony were scouts Monte Harper. Walter Harper Robert Kolbe Rob Young Kolbe using the Bow. This demonstration was presented from the i stage of legion Hall auditorium. The legion and auxiliary resell i Ted november la bouquets to the following Gold Star mothers of Liis Community mrs. W. Or. Dyer mrs. Jean Harpol shimmer mrs. Bristol mrs. Minnie Smith mrs Grig of and mrs. Nettie gris some. City curfew ordinance Given initial Reading a Toast to the ladies for monday december 25, is ladies night at the toastmasters club. Dinner is to be served at 6 30 at the masonic Hall for members their wives and other tests. Also invited Are All former members and their guests. Presiding at the meeting will be Howard Gates with Robert l. Walker As toastmaster. First Reading of ordinance no. 451, establishing a 9 p. In. Curfew warning for minors under the age of 16 years today had been Given by City attorney James c. Bone with second Reading and approval slated for the next regular meeting of City Council on tuesday night december 3. Bone read the ruling for the first time at last weeks Council session held on tuesday evening in City Hall auditorium. Other items of business transacted by the Board included 1. Approval of improvement planned for Diamond Street. 2. Naming of Deco Vai Ihorn As temporary Hoseman on the fire department personnel. 3. Granting California horsemen inc., use of City Hall auditorium for a meeting called for december 9. 4. Authorization Given water superintendent Scott Lee to prepare plans and specifications covering installation of water Mains along Camino real Between Santa Anita and fourth avenues. Judge Frank Swain will bring address at a. Of c. Dinner Toi deadline Ditc is Sei regular meeting of the Santa Anita Young Peoples club was held monday in the holy Angels Parish Hall with newly elected officers presiding. In the absence of father Gerald m. O Keeffe club spiritual advisor father of Connor attended this meeting. Mary Havlin social chairman whose committee includes Mary Collomb and Pat Moriarty an bounced plans for a joint Christ i Mas party with the Chi to club the High schools Young Peoples pc roup. The affair is scheduled for tuesday december 17, in Parish Hall. New Public relations chairman. Bob Van Horne announced plans for the annual one Day re teat of Catholic youth federation to be held at St. Andrewes in Pasadena sunday january 19. The Cardinal club of Pasadena will be the Host club. The annual Christmas party for children of the Parish will be i staged As usual according to Van Horne with a definite Date to be j announced later. Bob Kerr athletic committee chairman announced that Bowling practice for the coming Catholic j youth federation league would get ii or Way sunday. It is the Hope it the local group to enter two in Inis this year due to t he increase i in interest in the sport. Teams will i consist of three men and two worn j in. Tentative plans for a six Man i touch football league among clubs of the Northern District of the j Catholic youth federation also i were discussed. Arcadians boy minded rotary club j will play hosts to troop no. 3. Arcadia boy scents at its regular i luncheon meeting on Friday no vember 29, according to president Ted Dor Rance. This is the troop the local club i organized several years ago and has i sponsored Ever since. John Borger. An honorary member of the rotary i is scoutmaster and is arranging a program for the Day to be put on by the scouts. Oiler rotarians Active in scout work Are e. Berry w. S. Hatch r. F. Ferrante h. Buck and j. N. Walker. Arcadians rotarians consider boys work one of their most important responsibilities and have Given it tangible form Iii the Community Cabin now located on Wheeler Street and placed under the supervision of the City As a gathering Point for youth organizations of every kind. Last Friday rotary heard e. C. I Titus of the Owens Illinois Glass j c ence company speak on a the newest Iii Board i or. Titus exhibited samples of Woven Glass fabrics that rivalled i silk along with several other Mold pm wonders of the Glass Indue try. Try will be King in Arcadia next week when the fifth annual Santa Anita poultry Pigeon and game hire show sponsored by the san Gabriel Valley poultry sedation opens its doors Santa Anita race track on tuesday morning december 3rd. Th1 entire main floor of the grand stand will have been turned into a veritable poultry Nan a Para ii led with the finest foul to be As at Dis or. And mrs. Jake Stofer of Sacramento spent All Day wednesday visiting with or. And mrs. It. E. Coleman. The two families were friends and neighbors Buck in Kansas. The Arcadia chapter of the committee to defend America by aiding the allies announces through its chairman m. H. Ormsby that it will present or. E. Guy Talbott in an address at the City Hall tomorrow at 8 p. In. Or. Talbott will speak of the aggressors who have avowed their intention of dictating the thought and Commerce of the world including the United. States. He will explain the work of the committee to defend America in keeping War out of America and afterwards there will be a question and answer period. There will be no admission fee. When he announced the engagement. Of or. Talbott. Or. Ormsby said that he had called for a meeting of the advisory Board of the chapter which was held last monday evening at the Ormsby Resi besides local business the drafted a report to William i Allen White National chairman of i the committee to defend America. I members of the advisory Board include mesdames Jane Adcock and Mary b. Moore and messes. Or. T. Howard Smith Leroy Anderson Gordon s. Everly or. , i Thomas p. Mulvaney. Charles e. I Hoover Jackson d Stanley h. E. Coleman de r. Stevenson and Lawrence Chase. Merchants Golf tourney on Santa Anita program after the meeting Ping Pong was played and refreshments served by a committee comprised of Ruth Byrne. Eunice Asl Well Emmett Koi Berg and Al Neigebauer. I with merchants and businessmen j of Arcadia Monrovia and Vicinity j sponsoring four Man teams a six round aggregate Golf tournament i is being planned for the Santa i Anita course in Arcadia county Park according to announcement made yesterday by Roy Bearden i professional. J entries Are now being taken at j the pro shop at Santa Anita with j the event expected to attract close to 30 teams. Possible end hip included among tire tries according to Bearden Are san Gabriel Valley lumber company. W. J. Gray and son Fortner and loud. Monrovia Day and night water Heater comp any Arcadia lumber company Al Monte Sheet Metal works Arcadia Tribune and news Monrovia citizens Bank Monrovia elks Ai Nadia Lions Arcadia rotary Monrovia kiwanis Douglas drug the Pines and others. Found anywhere in the world plus a tremendous array of the most Modem equipment for the proper raising of All kinds of Domestic foul incl Ling feeds pens and Brooder. A. C. Bertey on of Al Monte pre i Sider t of the association is show j manager this year with r. L. Godwin of Arcadia superintendent an mrs. Ellen e. Cline of Arcadia show a a i Secretary. A a an outstanding Point of the 1940 show is the determination to award Cash prizes in All classes this year instead of the merchandise prizes of the pail. This was made possible through an increase in entry fees required to enter a Bird in this year s show. New divisions at least three new divisions of the poultry Industry Wall be represented at this year s Arcadia exhibit. They Are the official meet of the California Branch Partridge Rock breeders club the California state meet of the american Bantam association and the joint meet of the California barred Rock club and the Northern California barred rocks club. In addition to the More than one 1 thousand Birds entered in the poultry division the Turkey exhibit will be the biggest Tver seen Here and exceptionally Large entries of bantams pigeons. W7ater foul and commercial poultry Are anticipated. The annual flow banquet will be held at the Santa Anita race track in the Coffee shop adjoining the show room. Saturday evening. December 7, 1940 at i p. M. The Fea Ture of this event will be the serving a real Corm. H Chicken dinner with All the trimmings. In keeping with the plan to or it Ajce a this show one of Benefit to All the poultry Industry an educational program will be presented every evening. In edition to the exhibits Many special features Are planned including outstanding musical groups and entertainers and All of this will be free to everyone wishing to attend. In or. And mrs. Charles Touchon have gone to Prescott ariz., to spend the holidays until after the new year with or. And mrs. Earl Moore. Superior judge Frank m. Swain of los Angeles will be the principal speaker at tile annual chamber of Commerce dinner election to be held monday evening. December 9. In Hie woman a clubhouse. This was the announcement made yesterday afternoon by president Ray m. Dickinson and committees in charge. Judge Swain Veteran Bench i member is acknowledged to be one of the outstanding speakers in the Southland. Election of nine directors to the Board will highlight the business Section of the meeting. Final approval was Given by chamber of Commerce directors to the Christmas Street decorations and c. Of c. Tournament of roses float at a meeting of the group monday night in City Hall. According to George Young prominent Arcadia artist who is supervising the yuletide project. Tile Christmas candles will be placed into position Iii flagpole placements in both business districts on sunday december i. C. T. Gilliam of Gilliam associates and j. L. Dawson of new Berry electric company los Angeles explained this week to directors the Workings of the fluorescent lamp lighting which soon will be Given a demonstration showing on Huntington drive. Arcadia firemen this week were working at High pitch on discarded toys to prepare them for presentation this Christmas to needy children of tilts Community. Fire chief James m. Nellis yes Teruty announced that december 15 would be the deadline for repair and repainting of toys for the yuletide stating that toys and gifts and dolls will be accepted alter that Date however for the 1941 presentation. Meanwhile an Appeal came from the Wheeler and Bald in stations j for toys of All sorts in the Effort to bring cheer to the youngsters of j Arcadia who otherwise i lit sex j Prience an unhappy Christmas Day. Lutheran elder passes away Carl Anton Jacobson of Arcadia died at his songs Home in Brownfield Texas on november 19. 1940. He was born on december 7, 1874 at Dallas Illinois. Or Jacobson moved to Arcadia in september of 1939 which place was his residence at the time of his death. On november 3, 1940 he returned to Brownfield Texas on a visit to his son family and six Days following ins return he Lions seek perfect record at Region dinner meeting monday developed a severe heart attack from which he never recovered his death a retiring on his eleventh Day of illness. Seeking to tie an All time record held by themselves Arcadia Lions club members next monday will Endeavor to attain a too per cent attendance at the december regional dinner meeting to be held at the William Penn hotel Iii Whittier. Several years ago the arcadians had a too per cent rating at a foothill Council session held in Al Monte the Only time such a Mark was set up. Arrangements were outlined this week to have All Arcadia Lions leave Tho Derby at 6 p. In. Monday night one hour before the Whit 1 tier Mee to the w second re and will strict gov Iii Glen i age b Roy my nit orc Diane Whitt Talent pus sector the annal be p governor in with no Deli Awson it Xii court. Stra number hour will be g r High sch it rom Whittier a tiring the if the evenings initial regional likeness. R gathering is meeting of the unaided Over by Alec g. Nichol the principal n red by judge the los All year Dis s of the area was held in september in Monrovia at which time Deputy governor d. Monroe Green of Arcadia announced presentation of a trophy to at the ii a. Ii the end of g the t la ill durin resented >1 group colleges g Hie by the i w Ith Cam i ii Wim it in i p will bet to be awarded year to the club attendance per regional events. On display at the a i monday even Al to enter s Proi mum Ain. Ting of were week Dorp Sims noon schedule by Lune y with presiding to in be resold in Arcadia Lions meet in regular Mon at it Bruce f

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