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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - October 12, 1938, Arcadia, California Wednesday. October 038 Arcadia daily Tribune Phuc three St. Luke set i i old meets thursday october meeting it of the St Luke s women s auxiliary will be meld it the Home of or and mrs. Hugh , 205 North Primrose Avenue. Thursday afternoon it. 2 30 of clock. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a local Zolb activities Marjorie Hesse personals civic conference at Chaffey College on november i auxiliary to stage two Day carnival tile program on vacation Roni Ini sconces of vacation visits to Sweeting mid unusual churches will be Given by us Bors. In purls 11 main mrs. Marshall will be assisted Din big t he Tea hour by miss Mary s. Lynne mrs. G. O. Marugg mrs. Carl j. Williams miss Gladys Keown and mrs. E. B. Smith. Bakers plan weekend at big Bear Lake looking Forward to a weekend it san Bernard Bio and big Bear Lake Are or. And mrs. Harley e. Baker 419 blast Duarte Road who plan a sojourn there tills week. Members of arcadians womels clubs together with guests mid husband. Have been invited to come to Chaffey Junior College Ontario to attend the second annual Civie conference on november i under joint auspices of the Upland woman s Cill and the College this All Day affair is planned to give Broad my authoritative View on present Day state and International problems. Morning panel morning panel which opens at to Oclock ii dowing registration at 9. Is to be devoted to a study of the present european situation. Position of England in recent International negotiations is to be presented by Norman Lawson who returns mrs b Ruth Billard chairman of finance american legion auxiliary of Glenn Dyer unit no. 247, announces that a big two Day carnival and dinner is to be Given at the american legion clubhouse. North first Avenue on october 26 and 27 no admission will be charged a. Cording to mrs Burard but tickets will be sold to thase who wish to participate in Hie drawing for the j handsome door prize each evening j these tickets will be nominal in charge. They Are so arranged that j they have ten five cent circles which 1 May be punched out for the dinner i or used As Cash at the different 1 Booths and concessions she said. Children a dinner tickets will be half Price. A everything that goes to make a carnival will be there a mrs. Buzard fashions of the a fashionable this month from a the rec months a Saith i Nufi added Quot so done to miss mrs. Owings Home maid shop a pumpkin pie Moa Vuk Oku Kus Kok a Chicken pie a Good things baked As in your own Home sub no. 1st ave., at. 7-2732 Rodia meal a a Crne 2661_ a last times today a a alexanders a ragtime band with Tyrone Power Alice Faye Don Ameche movie quiz picture also a emr. Moto takes a chances with Peter Lorre Rochelle Hudson starts tomorrow a bracket busters Quot with Humphrey Bogart George Brent Gloria Dickson movie quiz picture also a Mother Carey a chickens with Anne Shirley Ruby Keeler movie quiz picture tour of tile British Isles. An English University Man and member of the Chaffey Board of trustees he Speaks on Quot England and the Captain Paul Perl Ord professor of French civilization at the University of California at Las Angeles will speak for Quot France and her neighbors. A or. Perigord has been decor ated with the legion of Honor and the Cross of War for distinguished service. Or. Claude Buss who takes up the questions relating to Quot Germany and Central Europe a is a former member of the consular and diplomatic services. Associated press correspondent professor at the University of Southern California and served on the 1936 Carnegie foundation committee for the Survey of world conditions. Afternoon session presided Over by the head of the i Chaffey political science depart i ment Wiley w Mather the after i noon meeting will feature explant liens of the a Townsend plan Quot by Captain Russell hand assistant to i i the formulator or. Francis town j Send and a the California $30 i week plan by Sherman Bainbr mrs. Buzard wishes to thank the merchants for their generous cooperation and support of the Enterprise and she announces that a door prize for both ladies and gentlemen will be Given each evening. New members Star Points feted at o. E. S. Affair a More than 75 members gathered at Hie masonic Temple last night for Star Point night which featured a reception for new members Given by chapter no. 471, o. E. S. Mrs. Mary b Wheeler worthy Matron and John Fredericks worthy Patron presided Over the ceremonies of initiation. Two affiliates mrs. Helen Haberman and mrs. Aimee Russell and three new members. Mrs. Laura j Anna Hostutler. Mrs. Grace Ballard Day and mrs Susan Reis were accepted into the order. Speech ends term the speech of mrs. May Glover marked the last Day of Lier Active term As Deputy grand Matron. Attired in a smart fall print crepe for a fall xxx den1 Mclong French designer created thl attractive afternoon Blouse for Milady to Wear at fall functions. It is a lame or print and decorated with Flowers and persian Raven of Blue red and Greeg. History Section to rho pc museum Friday Friday is to be a red letter Day for lovers of California history for on that Day members an i friends of the California history and landmarks Section of the Arcadia woman s club will journey to Santa Ana s famed Pioneer museum to spend the Day in study. Mrs. E. Timerhoff Section chairman. Will Heap the cavalcade that leaves at to a. In. Reservations May be made by calling mrs Helen Lumpkin at Atwater 7-2831. A Small charge is to be made for transportation. While tile first regular meeting of the group is not until october 26. At the Home of mrs. Bert Rubottom. 40f Longden Avenue. Fridays Quot pilgrimage begins the series of Field trips to interesting and historical places. Assisting hostesses at the first meeting will be miss Eva Reynolds and mrs. C e. Hock Way. Clippings will be received the same As usual it was announced. Mrs Virginia Diggins was appointed press chairman for the Section mrs. Timerhoff reported and other officers for the year include mrs. John Renshaw vice chairman mrs. Helen Lumpkin Secretary mrs. R h a Schwarzkopf treasurer and mrs. J. S. Craig clipping Book chairman. Holly school . A. By mrs. F. A. Blethen Pia activities for the current year All getting rapidly under Way. Rilie wheels have been oiled and the cogs Are slipping into place neatly mrs. Christine routes was hostess to Holly Avenue room mothers last i thursday. At a nicely planned Well attended Tea plans were made for room activities for tile coming year. Those present included mrs. Rose Fink chairman of room mothers mrs. M. E Bowman mrs. H. I. Hart. Mrs. Harvey Lee mrs. Wal a lace shout in. Mrs. Sheila Lxi Rick i mrs. Greer mrs. Einstein and mrs. I Elsie Peel Holly Avenue room mothers mrs. Coombs who teaches i 3a and mrs. Mac Brown president of Holly p. T. A with tile hostess completed tile list. All room teas Are to be held during the month of october beginning with the 6th j Grade Tea today. Mrs. Rose Fink. Has to is room Mother. Or. Goo Blum mrs. Renshaw chosen to head Century club mrs. John Renshaw was re rated president of tile Arcadia Century study club yesterday at the first fall meeting of the group held at the Home of mrs William Heiden Reich 1727 South Santa Anita Avenue. I chosen to serve with Lier were mrs. C. E. Angst and. Secretary and mrs. Harold Johns word chairman meet new baby i mrs ii c. Marshall president presided Over the affair that also marked the first social appearance famous speaker to by presented by . A. Mrs. Fat telle Lawton Lindsey famous newspaper writer will lie the guest speaker at the first regular session of Mayflower . A of Monrovia on tuesday of Tober in at lie school auditorium. Mrs. Lindsey will discuss Quot new patterns for child Parent relationship Quot because of tile Appeal of the subject and the Large following of the writer the meeting has been opened to the Public. Mrs. Dewey l. Holliday newly elected president will preside at the gathering which is scheduled to open promptly at 2 30 of clock. Of tiny Barbara Allen daughter or and mrs Reich who was made much of ladies present. Papers listed mrs. Mark Millspaugh col the word Drill after which reports on Many varied and rating subjects were Given members. They included or. Shaws paper on Quot labels infant i i quoted i Short inter by Hie s. Ren mrs. High school . A. Dinner october 18th the High school Parent teacher association get acquainted dinner Yucca hiking club to open season tru Day oct. 13 the Yucca hiking club at Monrovia will begin its new trails sea 6th Grade teacher has one of the j Johns discussing a a industrious Ani nost interesting educational pro male the Beaver Quot mrs. Carl ran Grams to be found in our local Adolph a a fair that women helped to build a a mrs. C. W Stewart a White line first safety Quot mrs. James i schools. Well Worth inspecting Friday october 14, will be marked another room Tea. This to be mrs. Keith Watson honors couple at pantry Shower or Keith Watson entertained with a pantry Shower in Honor of miss Marc Franco and i James Jimmie Valentine who will wad of san Gabriel Mission. Saturday october 15. At her Home. 33 Newman Avenue. Saturday night a Buffet dipper was served at by Given to the mothers of the 3b. Mrs. Elsie Porri teacher and mrs. Harj vey Lee. Room Kotlier acting As j hostess. I fat carnival i the annual fat halloween car a Nival will be held after All is the decision reached at a special Nieset my of the Pat Council. Tile time is the evening of Mon w. In Highway the close of the evening to guests. Brown Quot the who included or and mrs a. R. Hoover or and mrs. C. H. Brown. Or and mrs h. Minihan. Or and mrs. Guy Warren or. And mrs. J. Brown mrs. W Watson. Mrs Cooper. Mrs. Mane Branch miss Peggy o Laughlin. I Betty Traldi miss Connie Franco. Frank Sheridan. Mat Farrell. Vince Keller Chinchilla a a mrs. Albert Adcock. A Cash or checks Quot mrs. Samuel Hobbs Quot Hungary mrs. Marshall. A Romance of Radium Quot and mrs. Angstad. A Palma Whitaker a arrives late or. Ethel c. Guenther delayed because of business arrived in time Frank Franco and Albert Cooper for will be held in the cafeteria of the son on thursday october 13, with i Day october 31 the place first High school Friday october 18, at a trip to Chantry Flats at the Ter-1 Avenue school grounds. Every 6 30 of clock. Minus of the Road in Santa Anita voting person of Arcadia is invited there will be a guest speaker Canyon where a program is ached with or without parents from the California teachers Asso used for to o clock. Interested per-1 costumes Are desired and prizes elation also a special musical pro sons from Arcadia Are invited to will be Given for the Best Candy Gram has been arranged. J attend this meeting which will con assorted refreshments will be of reservations must be made by Stet of informal talks and discus a feed to the Public Large and Small monday with mrs. M. Eurie or Sions concerning the plans for the for a consideration and Booths of mrs. Katherine Maddock. Season s hikes including a study of All parents of High school students Trail photography. Officers for the Pomona Edge gown with a Corsage of Pom Pom Oil o the leaders in its founding. Dahlias and Bovardi she gave her i Enneth Duncan head of the Farewell message As a Deputy grand College economics depart Matron ment Speaks on Quot the problem of Star Points escorted the new or , a members to the dining room after. Malbone Graham professor the ceremonies where delightful of political science at the sity of univer refreshments were served by a com California at los Angeles i Mittee headed by Are urged to attend this meeting. Fellowship Tea held at Schenck Home yesterday everyone has a Chance giant Keno tonight i will be the luncheon speaker with Quot the Enigma of Russia in Eurasia Quot i As his subject. Music during the j conference will be provided by the Chaffey symphonic orchestra and i the Junior College Capella chair. Reservations arc being received at j the office of Gardiner w. Spring i president of the College until octo Ber 28. Mrs. Helen Hab-1 Erman. Each Star Point and each new member wore a Gardenia the gift of the chapter. Lever decorations tables were placed to form a five pointed Star. And rising from the Center was a Beautiful bouquet j presided of Salmon coloured roses the gift of tile program presented mrs. Elea mrs. Cora Humphries. Individual nor Kenney and mrs. Mary Bond an interesting musical program was a feature of the afternoon Tea Given by the Arcadia Fellowship of the Monrovia Christian Church yesterday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Gertrude Schenck 611 Camino real. Mrs. C. E. Henry president tables were entered with Large eel j in two groups of solos and miss Tophane stars in the Star Point col-1 Norma Parks in violin selections. Coleman a ors Blue yellow White Green and 1 red. City Hall Arcadia Calif impede traffic a swarm of bees recently slowed up traffic Al a Busy Street Corner in Weymouth mass. Mrs. Ruth Thompson gave three delightful readings. Tea was served on an attractively decorated Tea table entered with a Lovely arrangement of rates. Mrs. After which there will be Opportunity for thase who wish to do so. I new season Are to be selected. Open meeting mrs. Harold h Scott president will be in charge of the meeting i which is open to All who wish to a take advantage of the opportunities i the Yucca hiking club of Monro i via affords for gaining a More in a Tim ate acquaintance with our Mountain trails and the Beauty spots to which they Lead the Trail Side flow ers the Birds Etc. Persons from Arcadia May drive Dii act to Chantry Flats or if they so desire they May assemble at the Comer of foothill Boulevard and double drive at 9 30 a. In. Thursday at which time and place the people in cars from Monrovia will join them on their Way to Chantry Flats. Bring lunch picnic lunch each person bringing their own will conclude the i Chantry Flats program about noon will add to the in a t in you see new Beauty. New luxury. That no other Low priced car May boast. As Well As a Host of engineering features exclusive to Chevrolet so Methins hew 1939 Chevrolet Henry and mrs. Bond Quot were chosen to pour. Guests at the Tea were mrs. Bond mrs. Sarah Ross mrs. Susan Turner mrs. Cadie Nelson. Mrs. Pearl m. Taylor. Mrs. Mazie Chillson mrs. Hattie m. Probst mrs. Eleanor l. Kenney mrs. Laura Belle Roland. Mrs. Margaret hazzard mrs. Gorda g. Willis mrs. Ruth Thompson. Mrs. Bess b. Manning mrs Nellie Van Vliet. Mrs. Edith i. Seymour. Mrs. Mary Sandac. Mrs. Merle Larson mrs. Nellie Gregg. Mrs. Florence Marsh. Mrs. Harriet Stewart. Mrs. Lola Koesling mrs. Lillie Huffman. Mrs. Ruth Donnellan mrs. Minnie Henry. Mrs. Schenck. And Stanley f. Bond pastor. Master Donald Roland and miss Norma Parks. Golf club to meet tuesday and Friday tile Golf club for women at the Santa Anita county Park Golf course is now being organized and any woman dishing to play is cordially invited to attend on either tuesday or Friday at 9 of clock to join the group lesson that precedes the play it was announced. Mrs. Alice Muller was elected temporary chairman of the group until the election of officers takes 1 place in december. Auxiliary to meet tomorrow night to take a Short Luke. Mrs. Bartsch is hostess at luncheon mrs. Carroll a. Tartsch. 448 Leroy Avenue entertained at luncheon Friday afternoon honouring her Cou a varied nature evenings fun. Holly ave. Board meeting Holly Avenue Pat executive Board will meet Friday the 14th. Of october for the first meeting of the year at the Home of mrs. W. P. Olds 1134 Huntington drive. Mrs. Goo. Utley will act As co hostess. Holly ave. Pat will meet october 18 Pat season will be officially declared open for Holly Avenue school parents and teachers tuesday october 18 at 2 p. In. Hunting will be Good is Advance dope obtained from mrs. Mae Brown Holly president and its. I Charles Hoover program chairman. Mrs. Mark Jones past mistress of j All things Pat and at present a member of the emergency executive committee of first District. Pat will a speak on suffrage under a democracy. Mrs. Carl Randolph current event chairman of the local women a club w ill give some highlights of the j world today. Legislative measures1 to be voted on in the coming Clee-1 Lien will be considered under the Able guidance of mrs. A b Elli-1 son. Mrs. Porn s room <3b will entertain with Folk dances and musical i selections will be offered for additional pleasure. Good Fellowship the 12 30 luncheon and stayed i for the afternoon session j luncheon was served on a smart july appointed table spread with a lace cloth and entered with Pink masters. Mrs. Mark Millspaugh gave an outstanding review at the afternoon session of Elizabeth cats we Orth a distinguished new novel a a Here i mrs. James Richardson of North fifth Avenue Monrovia is a patient at the Monrovia Hospital where she is recovering from a major operation performed thursday night. Personal Shower on monday night mrs. Harry Minihan entertained at a personal Shower for the Bride elect. Guests were seated about a table decorated in White and Silver with White chrysanthemums in a Silver bowl and White candles in Silver Sticks. Dainty Lily of the Valley place cards further carried out the Motif. Guests at monday s affair were mrs. A. R. Hoover. Mrs. Guy Warren. Mrs. C. H. Brown mrs. Jack Brown. Miss Connie Franco. Miss Jeanette Halet. Mrs. Irene Watson and Peggy of Laughlin. \ like Itie californian sin. Mrs. Earl Conroy of Huntington i and Tea imbibing will be the further Park who was her House guest last i order of the Day. Week. I luncheon was spread on a daintily decorated table with places set j for mrs. Lewis Nicholson. Mrs. Al Bort Sandal mrs. Harry Dennison. Mrs. Charles Newell mrs. Lloyd Hatch. Mrs. Clayton Hogg. Mrs. Webster Jap san. Aaronson and mrs. John Rosemary Schultheis celebrated Lier twelfth birthday saturday aft i Vernoon by an informal party with i the following guests Alice Mildren. Betty Helene Zelkowitz Marjorie Higgins Helen Fry Joleta Kokan our. Dorothy Lee Louden and Carol j Lautzenhiser. A Law w #1 a if 11 Vul Iii till i is right a so your binaries move is to try Schenley Friendly Heel Label and Black Label i had All kinds of fun on the California. All the passengers and the people who work on the train were so Friendly. Everybody smiles. Lotsof Good food to eat. And scenery i looked out of the window most All Day Long. Beautiful sunsets and mountains and big cities. I saw indians and mexicans and real cowboys too. Gee did i have a Good time Quot Chaix Ca res Faveo Tor Warrior child Iron Wjk air conditioned a a Vilry r of delicious meals for 25c 30t 35c nurse stewardess at your car vacs of Porter service in vary Tor of lounge car for tourist Priis Notri american legion Glenn Dyer past no. Vene tomorrow night auxiliary of 247 will con j for their Reg j pint twi magnificent blend both melded for perfect smoothness in an exclusive Schenley process. They re full 90 proof. Al Light in hotly. 9 Friendly to your taste to a it m i in on display at all1 Chevrolet dealers. Alar monthly meeting at the american legion clubhouse at 8 o clock. Mrs. Mary Cline president will preside. Reports of the recent National convention Are expected to be Given As Well As developments on the membership Campaign. Mrs. Cline urges All members to attend. Quot Torrey pure Orange juice All you Ltd a can drink. I ii Honey a new crop of dates we ship anywhere 75 w. Huntington or. Opposite the Park Schenley s red Label 70% Grain Neutral spirits. Schenley s Black Label. 60% Grain Neutral spirits Schenley distributors inc no extra fare to Chicago $3950 6500 one Way 10 u unruly la deluxe air conditioned chair car. 7 4 Rou n of r i p pin Barth j in tourist Elma Plantf tort not children under live ride tree from five to eleven in. Lustre half rate songs to on one up route ref urn on another see twice As much Southern Pacific s a. A. Vet Herby District passenger agent Pasadena Pasadena a is e. Ului Adu phone in Hui Mon in via a s Myrtle a phone Monrovia 717

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