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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - October 21, 1938, Arcadia, California Friday october 21, 1938arcadia daily Tribune i at five of of a a Aal note local quite activities Marjorie Hesse Peirso oals entertains Milt ski of Quot Blue heaven a mrs. Lfona m Burton. 21 h South Santa Anita Ovd Nur is expecting the return of Lier guests or. Rim Man Edward i eel or or. Rec Here smother. Mrs. Camille a Lerner and George Whitting. Composer of Quot Blue heaven Quot the first of next week Hie guests now in san Francisco Are All new yorkers. One of the interesting parties planned by mrs. Burton for her Golf mrs entertainment next week will be the dinner and dancing Par to arranged for the Premier of Harry Owens orchestra at Hie fashionable Beverly Wilshire ii Otel next 1 totes Fay night. Miss Leona Gat dam. Mrs. Burton a daughter will As-1 Silier Mother As hostess. Double birthdays Ark celebrated mrs. Owings Home maid shop leave orders for o pumpkin pies a a Good things raked As in your own Home a do no. Isl ave. At. 7-2732 honouring mrs. Loveta Casey and i mrs. Lulu Morrison a Don tile stir pile birthday luncheon was Given at or or Lily tavern yesterday of Ter noon in tile Patio under the Beautiful old 800-year-old Liveoak Trees by mrs. Serena Parker of new York Kotlier of mrs. Casey now i visiting Lier Here. Mrs. Mattie Conroy and mrs. I Elizabeth Hudson made the pretty birthday cakes that occupied the i place of Honor on the smartly Deco i rated luncheon to blk. The two celebrants were showered with a number of Lovely gifts including a handsome Art Gem for mrs. Morrison. Covers were Laid for the following guests mrs. Emily Hughes Pasadena. Sister of mrs. Morrison mrs. Mortis Way mrs. Hudson. Mrs. Conroy tile honoree a mrs. Casey and mrs. Morrison and the hostess. Mrs. Parker. Ii Acadia we a y \ane2661._ now playing the Jones family in a safety in numbers Quot movie quiz picture also a the crowd roars with Robert Taylor Edward Arnold Maureen of Sullivan movie quiz picture v1rs. Scheffel now in Hospital mrs. L. D. Scheffel 261 Norman Avenue underwent a minor operation at the Queen of the Angels Hospital in la Angeles. She reported As getting along nicely and expected Home in a few Days. Starting Friday Frei Astaire Ginger Rogers a a Carefree also Janet Gaynor Robert Montgomery Franchot tone in a three loves has Nancy in Monrovia personals Mary 1/ouise Hudson of sen Antonio Texas is visiting Lier sister mrs cd h. Hutchins of 115 North Myrtle Avenue for two months. It tile Pioneer girls of the methodist Church arc holding a skating party tonight. Members and their friends Arr to meet at the Church at 6 30 o clock. A it entertains for Bride elect mrs. Guy Story of 730 East foothill Boulevard entertained tuesday evening 111 Honor of miss Grace Scott Bride elect of Alfred Lester who will be married monday october 24. Relatives of the two families were present and showered miss Scott with gifts of canned fruit and jams. Miss Scott a Fiance is mrs. Story s Nephew mrs. Railey fetes friends mrs. Ellsworth Bailey of san Marino was hostess yesterday at a luncheon for several Monrovia friends an former residents at her Home or to Era in Road covers were Laid for mrs. Leonard Sturgeon mrs. G. G. Marugg and mrs. Dorothy Sanborn of Monrovia mrs. Harold Sayre and mrs. Maude Rogers of san Gabriel mrs. Philip Adams of Glendale and mrs. Glenn Bowes of South Pasadena. Bobbi k Pkt ref n is i i fete on Hirth Day Bobble pct or san six a a car old a Ion of or. A lid or it. Of to Petersen o South or cond ave me \ honoured with a party on i 1 cent sixth birthday i town rambler mrs Petersen assisted by mrs. Lames West who made the Dainty i birthday Coke mr1. Alice Muller mrs. Herman Rod. Mrs. Vivian Jones mrs Gaylor of los Angeles mrs. Jones of Venice and mrs i Lynna Eva ii. Cleverly decorated lie table seating the 22 Small guests with the halloween Motif. Guests besides Bobbie were Betty Woods. War i Woods. Rosalie Carlin. Jimmie Carlin. Betty West Rowena Cayer Dick Caver. Jimmie Evans Ronnie sans Jackie Chase Geraldine Cowman Betty Jean Smith. Howard Gray. Mildred Brown. Constance rent. Patsy Jones Margaret. Robert. Donald and Eleanor Jean Lea Verne Grady jr., Tommy and Billy Par due jobs daughters to Convene saturday regular meeting of Job s daughters will be held saturday afternoon at 1 30 o clock. It will be the official visit of the Deputy grand guardian mrs. Bess Calhoun of of members will be celeb raid and the members will be placed in four groups to represent the seasons of the year with each month depicted in some Way. Miss Alberta Jones is chairman of the social hour. She will be assisted by miss Bonnie Lamb miss Cleone Patterson. Miss Mary Cotton and miss Georgine Orr. Scout troop guest of woman a club mrs. Mary Chambers boy scout chairman will preside Over the annual boy scout night of Tho Arcadia woman s club when members and committeemen Are entertained at the clubhouse tonight at 7 30 of clock. Donoho Hall. Occidental College student and former Kentucky Mountain boy will be the guest speaker. Parents and friends of troop 5 Are cordially invited to attend the affair. Refreshments will be served at the close of the evening by members of the woman s club. Mrs. Mae Brown is expected Home soon mrs. Mac Brown 711 South first Avenue who has been haunting about with or. And mrs. Do Weaver of Las Angeles on a motor trip to Lodi Petaluma and san Francisco is expected to return Home either today or tomorrow. New Chevrolet. J to Little Tow headed boys Peak my curiously in the door of the i Tribune office to discover the cause i of the rumbling produced by tile presses. Strangely enough children can to pass by when he presses i Arr going without pausing to jeer in. Yesterday four sir flail mexican children with the blackest eyes shining under straight. Square Cut i bobs stopped to Peep in. And we being in the direct line of vision. Was solemnly scrutinized a to make sure it Wasny to us. Producing that amazing noise. I ii stepper i while politely making the Boule i Yard Stop at Duarte Road and san to a Anita Avenue. Our eyes were Ca of ired by the gleaming bide of Beautiful Chestnut horse. That i was Young and full of Ginger. Side stepping and nervously assaying everything within Range of vision. We stopped hopefully thinking maybe he would jump out from under the Cowboy looking rider after All but the Man stuck. And we went on disappointed. I we re not really blood thirsty just like excitement. Alarming alarm clock Anne Leigh and Carol Vasalo chuckling while trying to Shute off the alarm of a new clock. Fiat went off prematurely and shattered the silence of the Library. ,. Into a thousand tinkling fragments. At the woman a club luncheon wednesday f. A. Tester sitting beside his wife who inc Dently was looking very smart in a new wine red ensemble. Humorously com-1 j planning that he did no to like her hat. Which we thought a Miracle of res i i Ira int compared to most of the new i bonnets this fall. Later mrs. J Ethel Watson and mrs. Tester charmingly shanghaied him into becoming a singing waiter for the Benefit Steak dinner saturday night he demurred at first. Then in the immemorial manner of feminine creatures with the masculine gender he softly cajoled into j doing As the ladies canted. And it was As pretty a bit of cajoling As j Ever we be witnessed. F unusual concert attracts interest of arcadians of interest to Arcadia music lovers will be the Adolph Weiss quintet recital by the los Angeles chamber music society on wednesday. November 2, at 8 30 p in., in Rover Hall. University of California Westwood. Tile Brilliant Young pianist Lillian Struber will be assisting artist this extraordinary end Senoble a composed entirely of wind instruments has for personnel Haakon Berg flute William Lam oboe Alfred Peterson clarinet Wendell Moos. Horn and the com Paser director founder. Adolph Weiss. In order that students and 1 teachers As Well As the great concert going Public May attend this unusually Fine program the chamber music society has established the extremely Low prices of 35c and 75r or. Weiss american composer of International Fame has written a number of important works for i sir phony orchestra chamber orchestra and chamber music choral piano violin and Solo voice. His music has been performed by major orchestras throughout Europe and America including the symphony orchestras of London. Paris. Budapest Hamburg Havana new York Rochester Chicago san Francisco and elsewhere. He toured for Sev eral seasons As a member of t he famous Barrere ensemble and was first bassoonist in a number of the larger symphony orchestras. A Winner of the Guggenheim Fellowship. He studied in Europe in 1931.32. A Pupil of Arnold Schoenberg his reputation As a composer rests largely on his compositions in ultramodern style although he writes in virtually All styles. His arrangement of the first volume of the great Well tempered Clavichord by j Bach for ensemble is regarded As an important contribution to the literature of music. Program the quintet by or. Weiss will be performed on this program is written according to the Schoenberg an system of 12-tone Harmony in contrapuntal style that is. By lines of Melody combined to make an interesting whole. He also makes free chases leave on motor trip to Idaho tired out from the Trento site of winning an additional 71 ribbons Tor tanning and their chickens at the san Diego county fair to add to their already Large store or and mrs. S. L. Chase. 158 Feio Street left on a vacation trip to twin Faits Ida. The chases first motored to fan Francisco and then will journey through Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Or. It a Llen to leave on vacation Jaunt girl scouts Tea on monday members of girl scout troop no 7 Are planning a Lea for mothers monday afternoon at 3 30 or lock at tile Home of or Jesse Martin of Holly Avenue. Girls sign or Lall zing in homemaking Are to be the hostesses and the tender it scouts will receive badges it was announced mrs. Bettyne i Tad la Leader of this troop. Or. Grace Cullen of South first Avenue leaves tire end of the week for a few Days Quot vacation at Huntington Beach. Vanity hand bag it has compartments for cigarettes compact and other accessories of the modern female one of the new hand bags to be found in stores in calf suede Alligator. Suede and Patent combinations in fall shades. Torrey a pure Orange juice Alu you i a can drink. Luc Honey a new crop of Date we ship anywhere 75 w. Huntington or. Opposite the Park use a shaving Brush and mild soapsuds to clean plaster of figures. Rinse Well. Dipping them in a Strong solution of Alum water will give them the appearance of Alabaster. Opposite City Hall Arcadia Calif. Pues a and i Eriety in Helen m. Lumpkin teacher of voice auditions free studio 480 Naomi phone Atwater 7-2831 an Irene permanent we Don t know just what Hap i of the device known As a a crab of lotion r he Quot a car Quot i. Vilify vex a a Ftp ave Imo cow atty a to a c0t. To is�?1 to big Here s big news All Chevrolet prices reduced some models As much As $45 comp in tomorrow. A this marvelous new Chevrolet for 1939 a a the highest Quality motor car Ever offered in the entire history of Low Cost motoring a a with All these sensational new features making it Tho outstanding car for All round satisfaction As Well As the biggest buy in motor Dom. See it drive Iti buy a Chevrolet and be satisfied. Chevrolet s famous valve in head sex in Sy$rej�ri0# a. A 9j i opened but there was a loud Crutch at club meeting yesterday. That j a Tim Mien timerhoff seemed to be mixed up in. Just How. A in which Way. We ton t know. Council meetings fun you should attend Council meetings. They Are not Only informative. But lots of fun. For i the Council seems to have a c Oiler a Tive sense of humor. And there Are often lots of laugh. Or. Waterman. We Don t know j his first name. Called j upon at last meeting for expert opinion on radio equipment. Which he gave. Very readily. And to which Tho Council hearkened. J not to constantly refer to the woman s club. But you have to admit the ladies Are Lively and do lots of interesting things. We enjoyed sitting. Next to mrs. Flea nor Lucas Gibbs president of the arca Ria Junior woman a club who is taking an Active interest in the work of the District this year. I she is fresh faced attractive and nicest of ally Alert to the world around her. We mentally Pat ourselves on the Back for belonging to a nation that produces such Young we believe that Aith a nation of Clear eyed far seeing women the future is not As Black As Many would have us believe. Progression Quot in which the Melody i also played exactly in reverse. Tim instrumentation is for flute oboe clarinet Bassoon and Horn. The Complete program will be As follows Tiree preludes and fugues from the Well tempered Clavichord arranged by Adolph Weiss nos. 2, 8 and 3 quintet in e Flat of. 16 oboe clarinet Bassoon Horn and piano with miss Steubner quintet for five wind instruments Beethoven sextet in b Flat of 6 Ludwig Thuillez. Dance to the music of records now Selling for 2 Price recent titles also Sheet music Ai the swing shop 136 Vav. Main St. Alhambra be Ai to Jones dept. Store sos a tin for fair Complete with hair Cut an easy matter to experience the thrill of knowing that your hair looks just right if you have it done by Irene. Our highly trained staff is ready to advise you on newest styles for the hair and general Beauty care. Irenes Beauty Salon Jio Vav. Colorado Rhone to. 1225 Monrovia High school . A. Dinner wednesday the scheduled High school . A. Dinner has been changer to wednesday evening october 26. At 6 30 of clock in the school cafeteria it was announced today. T. L. Thurston will discuss a tile responsibility of a voter in a democracy a in line with the theme of this year s . A. Work. Reservations for the dinner May be mad in Arcadia by calling mrs. Thelma leaper Atwater 7-1826. Mrs. Brodhead hostess to relatives a it night fashions Beautiful girls Are taking to the new evening fashions. Hoop skirts and strapless gowns Are being seen in smart new York places these nights. One Blond wore such a gown in Black with a Blue velvet Tibbon Neckband which had streamers reaching to the floor. Another girl the same evening appeared in a Black taffeta gown and her red taffeta Petticoat showed As she danced. Out it a. Again More Quality at substantially reduced prices a pc a whereas the Nutmeg a Good Ash for the hair beat up the Whites of six eggs into a i froth and with that anoint the 1 head close to the roots of the hair. A leave it to dry on then Wash the i head and hair thoroughly with a mixture of rum and Rose water in i equal quantities. A from Godey a Lay a Book. 1853 or. And mrs. Russell Davis and son of Visalia Are guests of or. And mrs. Theodore Brodhead of Santa Anita Oaks for a week. Mrs. Davis and mrs. Brodhead Are Sisters. Eth Turner amp Stevens funeral directors Chapel air conditioned a part filth Ltd air 95 North avens Pic dem a life it uni a Yeimei 3-4 56 my Pyramid 1-142$ associate chapels Turner a Stevens Hest Pasadena mortuary Chirl w Powell resident Entjer by censor 6-5281 11 South is if Medit Boulevard Turner Stevens a Turner 259 edit mein Street Al Embr at-2-21 45 dm16 storks 408 so. Myrtle Monrovia Calif. Next to Market Basket 200 n. Lake ave. Pasadena. Calif. In the Farmers Market watch for our 8-Page circular at your Doorstep. If you did not get yours it will pay Yogi to come in and get one real value Sale thurs., fri., sat., oct. 20-21-22 Pound size miniature chocolates 80 Pierre of a assorted delicious e-0, chocolates a the newest tame hop Ching chinese checkers enjoy this fascinating Jam game a played by All Ages. Guaranteed hot water bottle fun pc 2-quart my Calif. Sherry wines fun Quot Loc gallon 09 Chevrolet Seiyo or local Chevrolet dealer Mcdonald amp Boyle 209 e. Foothill Monrovia California House of jew Els five million dollars Worth of famous gems and precious stones in f Fine settings together with perfect i examples of the silversmiths Art equal in All romanticist might say to a maharajas Ransom Are to be on display at the new York worlds fair 1939. They will be seen in the House of jewels now in course of erection at the fair. Turner Stevens a Berry it c. Alfred a Trident Henefer 1000 Lemont ave. South Pei Eden Sy-9-10$2 Py-1-173$ Over 41 years cer Ryin on the to edition of Najj Oberline cottage cafe 2b e. Huntington or. Arcadia try our special luncheon 30 entry Soi i a fresh vegetables desert a Coffee Alai also Complete luncheon 35c a a a Dinn Krs popular Price from 5oc to 75c a a a trial ii foods properly prepared a Asb the Mon who eats Here Chok k wines Ani he Khz

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