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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - October 25, 1938, Arcadia, California Tit Day october 25. 1038arcadia daily Tribune Par three social note local Quito activities Marjorie Resse per Sorn also. Mrs. Ghant presides at breakfast. Sunday i members of the democratic vat Tranay organization of the 12th con Gressional District gathered at the masonic Temple sunday morning fir breakfast. Mrs. Helen Grant t arid o. Lykins chairmen of this con arcs clonal District presided. To Chi ded on the roster of speaker w Ere Hugh Thatcher supervisor Al candidate Frank Raynham i it Emo Cratie nominee for 40tli District assemblyman and Charles husband aspirant to Hie office of county assessor. I tile House committee of chapter no. 471, o. E. A. Composed of mrs. Helen Habe Niau mrs. Nell Schrade mrs. Laura Walters or. And it. M. P. Ward. Wood Glover Arles Faulkner headed by mrs Ethel Rishi Worth chairman served lie meal. Miss Jones weds auxiliary Maurice Stouff to open carnival of Duarte Friday tomorrow night with sleeves hrs. Owings Home maid shop leave orders for o pumpkin pies a Good things baked As in your own Home ism no. 1st ave., at. 7-2732 wearing ii Beautiful while Satin Chiffon wedding frock miss Vera Eileen Jones daughter of or. And mrs. e Jones of los Angeles became the Bride of Maurice Stouff. I son of mrs Ruby Mae Stouff. Of Duarte Friday night at the Stouff i residence. Rev f. Stanley rond pastor of Monrovia first Christian Church read the marriage rites. Miss Ruby Mac Stouff. Maid of i Honor was gowned in Rase Satin and wore a Gardenia Corsage. Carl Jones was beat Man. The wedding music Ivas played by mrs. Thurman Pugh and mrs. Stanley Bond Sang two Solas Quot sweetest Story Ever told Quot and Quot i love you i Lovely setting a Chapel setting was used for the candlelight service with huge sets of Flowers Maidenhair Fern and i lighted tapers flanking the altar. The archway was covered with White Rase buds and ferns. More than a Hundred guests were i served a slice of the brides cake an elaborate six tiered affair at the reception immediately after the ceremony. Tile brides Mother was smartly Quot so Many prizes Are pouring in that we Are planning several additional drawings during the two evenings of our carnival Quot smiled mrs. Ruth Bozardt general chairman of Hie two Day halloween carnival and Bazaar to be staged by Glenn Dyer unit no 247. American legion auxiliary wednesday and thursday october 26 and 27, at the legion clubhouse on North first Avenue. Buzard explained that these drawings will be held in addition to the two regular door prize drawings originally planned for each night patrons who participate in the drawings must first Purchase tickets. She said As the stubs Are to be deposited in the drawing boxes. Official hostess official hostess of the two Day event will by mrs Mary Cline president of the auxiliary it was announced she will be on hand each evening to see that everyone participates in the fun and that no shy person May be inadvertently overlooked in order to accommodate late workers mrs. Buzard reported that the serving of dinner will be extended to 9 of clock. Serving will Acadia Thea 2661. Now playing j a my Lucky Star Quot with Joan Davis Cesar Romero movie quiz picture also a bulldog Drummond in Africa Quot with John How Ard Heather Angel movie quiz picture gowned in Teal Blue crepe while the j begin at 5 p. In she said bridegrooms Mother was charming i Many interesting Booths and Conin Blue crepe. Tile bridegrooms j cp8sl�ns have been arranged for and grandmother wore Dubonnet with a 1 include the usual carnival at Corsage of roses and Sweet peas. Plus Booths of Dainty or. And mrs. Stouff will be at homemade articles a Fortune Teller Home in Southgate following their j a Plant Booth a fish Pond honeymoon at Coronado. I and numerous other things. Thanks legion mrs. Buzard wishes to thank the members of the american legion past no. 247 for their generous and i unselfish support they have constructed and installed Booths and worked for the project in every Way she stated. Democratic women will Mest Friday i mrs Helen Grant president will conduct the meeting of the democratic we menus study club when they meet in regular session at i democratic Campaign Headquarters 144 East Huntington Boulevard next Friday october 28, at 2 o clock All j registered voters Are extended a Cor to dial invitation to attend and take part in the discussion of political i issues. Arcadia Fellowship to Convene Friday mrs. Gertrude a. Schunck 661 Camino real will entertain the Arcadia Fellowship of the Monrovia Christian Church when they meet for needlework and a potluck luncheon at her Home next thursday. October 27. The meeting lasts from to a. In. To 4 p. In. Hollywood fashion Parade Hollywood. Oct. 28.�?< Insun simplicity vies with elegance in tile school children prepare annual halloween fair Arcadia school children Quot whistle while they work Quot these Days for they Are pounding and sawing away at a great rate during their spare time to have everything ship shape Tor the sixth annual halloween carnival to by Given monday evening october 31. At first Avenue school. Mildren design sets Given under the direction of Roy Wheeler physical education director the children design and build their own Booths sew their own costumes and Are generally responsible for the fair. While teachers take part in a supervisory capacity they encourage the children to express themselves freely and to allow their imagination full rein. Police approve school authorities declare that the Arcadia police department has encouraged the carnival each year As it has found through its official records that Youthful vandalism is kept at a minimum on halloween when Youthful spirits have a legitimate Means of expression arc Adia women at Republican conclave mrs. J. Victor cover president of Republican women a study club and mrs. Eleanor Lucas Gibbs president of Arcadia Junior woman a club Are attending the convention of Republican women of Southern California today As delegates tile convention is being held of the elks Temple in i los Angeles and features speeches by gov. Frank f. Merriam and or Walter Scott Franklin lieutenant governor candidate and Phil Bancroft. Republican nominee for United states senator. Mrs coven and mrs. Gibbs were accompanied by tile or alternates mrs e m timer hot and mrs. Arthur Nelson. Auxiliary members enjoy swedish meal a swedish luncheon was enjoyed by several members of Glenn Dyer unit no. 247, american legion auxiliary recently when mrs. Ellen Nelson entertained at a sewing Bee to make articles for the coming halloween carnival. Jobs daughters Are honoured at Church Twenty six Young girls dressed in the White Robes of the order of jobs daughters attended Arcadia Community Church sunday morning in a body to hear the special Sermon prepared for them by or. N. Milo Fiske pastor. Miss Bernice Attridge. Honoured Queen miss Rosemary Paden senior Princess and miss june Ward Junior Princess attired in their purple capes of office led the group. Mrs. J. Victor Covell guardian miss Lila Fulton and mrs. Mabel Molyneux a most striking dinner ensemble has a Filleul Green Tweed jacket embroidered with flashing Peacock Green jewels set in Silver. A javanese necklace in similar embroidery finishes the molten steel Sheath. The Toque is Peacock Green Felt the Augrette and veil match. Business women to meet Friday night son born saturday to Captain mrs. Ott Captain and mrs. Donald Ott announce the birth of a baby son on saturday at St. Luke a Hospital in Altadena. The infant weighed 9 pounds to ounces. Both Mother and child Are reported As doing Well. Business and professional women a club of Arcadia will meet Friday october 28. At the Samovar cafe in South Pasadena for a 6 30 of clock dinner after which they will assemble at the Home of mrs. Fanny Duvall 125 Genoa Street where they will discuss matters of business and enjoy a social evening. I those who enjoyed the affair to the Arcadia school Board and the eluded mrs. Mary Cline president . A. Council Are joint sponsors1 mrs. Helen Scofield. Mrs. Mabel of the affair which annually at 1 Stubbs mrs. Myrtle Bradley mrs. Very new picture fashions and the tracts a Large group of adult spec Gladys Krenz mrs. Ruth Buzard tills is the second child of the f Wilkerson members of the executive j Otts. The other is 3-year-old Don a Board of the order accompanied Hie Ald or. I girls. Harp Les Are hosts to dinner guests upholstering phone a y. 2-5502 for free estimate we recover and re style furniture. We refill old cushions reset Springs make slip covers do custom building. An estimator will Call on request. Including fabrics and labor any 2-piece set 29�?o or. And mrs. Eugene 1156 Arcadia Avenue takes great Delight in entertaining and their Home Here is always the Center for Arcadia is a favorite visiting spot i Many enjoyable dinner parties. On Arcadia kinds favor with guests result seems to be a draw. Howard Shoup conies to the fore with a gown for Anita Louise in Warner Bros. A going places Quot which has All the attributes Anita adores in Hor personal wardrobe. Her a Orite Silhouette is the grecian so Shoup has draped the gown of Pale Pink crepe Roma and finishes up with her preferred color combination by adding Blue. Three luscious shades of Blue Chiffon Are draped from shoulder to Waist and caught in both places with big aquamarine clasps. Also on the simple Side is a chartreuse Wool dress Minna Cornball wears in the same picture. The bodice is Given a draped treatment. Outstanding Are the combining colors for which the dress go a Hunters Green full length Wool coat and Matching Green tricorn hat along with gloves bag and shoes of rust. Glenda Farrell in a torchy gets her Many is also dressed by Shoup. Especially attractive in her wardrobe is a Cocoa Brown Wool Street dress fashioned with two big semicircular Pouch pockets on the to i Dlce and a Matching pair just below Harpole the water line it the taters to watch the juvenile fun. Mrs. Olga Ewing mrs. Jane Adcock tile . A. Will maintain several i and mrs. Emma Hainer. The latter Booths to soil doughnut holes homemade Candy Popcorn balls hamburgers and other goodies liked by children who dropped in for luncheon. Mrs. Bond is Given High Honor at conclave mrs Mary e Bond wife of Rev. Stanley Bond pastor of the Monrovia Christian Church both Well known in Arcadia was elected a to Ozial president of the j o c. Union of the National convention Dolci in Wilmington saturday and sunday. Other Monrovia is Well known Here who were elected to High offices included mrs Maebelle Dens Low of the first Baptist Church As chairman of the Pasadena District miss Marjorie Dalquist of the first methodist student j. O. C., As National recording Secretary and mks i Ora Duryea also of Hie methodist student j o c. As National president of the student Council. Other offices i ast year mrs. Bond noted for her charming and gracious personality. Served As National chorister of the j. O. Union. Highlight of the convention Kwa the banquet sunday night which was attended by 500 women. Attending the affair from Arcadia were mrs. Stella Brookover. Mrs. Georgia Toney mrs. Clifford Wells. Mrs. Mary Sayer and mrs. Ora Stine. World service club convenes tomorrow mrs. Hayes departs for Minneapolis . Social club to hold luncheon on november i world service club members will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 o clock at the neighbor House. 60ft Alameda Street in Azusa. Those washing transportation should be at the Arcadia Community Church at mrs. Edith Gruben chapter no. 471. O. E. S. Social club announced today that the next luncheon of the social club will be held at the quarters of the Pasadena Branch of the Southern California Gas company. 281 Ramona Pasadena on tuesday november i at 12 30 of clock. The luncheon which is served through the Courtesy of the Gas company will be followed by an afternoon of auction and contract Bridge. A Small charge will be made for the luncheon and Bridge games for which prizes will be do dress buttons pae<1 by the club. Mrs. Bernard Hayes who has i been visiting her parents. Or. And mrs. A. W. Fanwood 412 Al Dorado. For the past two weeks left recently 1 30 p. In. Members Are reminded i for Minneapolis. Minn., where she to bring notions and old clothing plans to join her husband a Mem to be repaired As a donation for Ber of a prominent orchestra for missionary work. Mrs. Florence president enter. Goodwin president presides. By Laura e. Cadmus Guild names nuptials set committees for carnival for Friday at san Gabriel a halloween carnival at Green at a ceremony to be held at the wich Village will be an event of the episcopal Church of our Saviour at fall season sponsored by the Sierra san Gabriel on Friday at 4 30 p. In. J Down the front to a Point Halfway Public invited j Between hem and we Aist where it mrs. Graben cordially invites the Falls into soft fullness. The big Public to attend this affair and in Malre arts Guild at the old Adobe miss Jean Mcgregor of Pasadena with City Folk on weekends and it i sunday they w Ere hosts to or. And i Quot a i g?, a Joy. The delicious Home cooked studio on East Montecito Avenue. Will become the Bride of William b. Proved no exception to the Rule mrs. Wray leavens and their dirty faces a Milo Anderson creates when or. And mrs. Basil Cobey of Las Angeles drove Here sunday to spend the Day and Dine with or. And mrs. George Leeright 1967 Arcadia Avenue. Daughter Diane of Culver City and or. And mrs. Clarence he Blind and their son Vincent of Altadena. Lier accessories Are of navigator. Luncheon and the games that follow. J Street in front of the studio i stringfellow jr., of Sierra Madre. For Ann Sheridan in Quot Angels with reservations must be made by sat j will present a carnival scene with a the Bride who is the daughter at urday evening with either mrs. Pade orchestra furnishing my 1 mrs. Thomas b. Mcgregor 372& Gruben at Atwater 7-2543 or mrs. J sic for dancing. Street singers East Huntington drive will be at Nell Schrader at Atwater 7-1380 just weds give party for Mother miss de Oliveira visits Arrowhead samples shown in your own Home easy monthly terms thirty years experience guarantees satisfactions. Eastern upholstering shop 1128 West main St., Alhambra phone at. 2-5502 or. And mrs. Laurence Way just weds Are settled in their new Home Al 33 third Avenue where they recently entertained at an informal dinner honouring mrs. Way s Mother mrs. B. Spake of Pasadena. Torrey a pure Orange juice to take out pints quarts Gallons 75 w. Huntington or. Opposite the Park miss to de Oliveira a right hand Many of c. A. Hasson manager of the Bank of America spent sunday at Lake Arrowhead where she enjoyed the autumn beauties of the famed Lake. The leaves Are turning and the air has a Crisp Tang that forecasts the coming Winter according to miss de Oliveira. Mrs. Moore to give n a Good general Rule about applying your Rouge is to avoid harsh edges and to keep the application of color never lower than the ear lobe. A Graceful gown of Navy sheer. The skirt paradoxically has slim fullness while the bodice is deftly draped in a criss Cross. It is worn with a Brilliant Emerald necklace and Green orchids in the hair. We like to give Kay Francis at least one elegant gown in each pie lure because no one surpasses the Tea 0n november Brunette Star in clothes wearing ability. In her current Quot curtain Call a she wears a Metal cloth evening gown striped in Green and Silver. The stripes running horizontally Are shirred to make up her log bodice while the full skirt employs the stripes vertically. Another luxurious gown she wears in this picture is a Black velvet dinner dress with Yoke embroidered in Gold sequins and rhinestones. With Able speaker and never fails to it she carries a velvet folding fan bring a helpful message out of her likewise embroidered. Wide experience As a physician. Sic _. From Montrose a Fortune telling tended by miss Florence Stringfel tickets May be obtained in and i Booth with Romany Marie and her i Low. A sister to the bridegroom As Vance from any member of the so two assistants from the Village and maid of Honor. Bridesmaids will a Cial club mrs. Gruben reported. 1 Quot Sonia Quot with her cig Aret girls a Tony Churchill. Susan Van Dyke Jeanne and Bebe Bradford of a and Barbara Williams Kappa Al Nadia. Roberta Roberts. Joan Clem Pha Theta sorority Sisters of u. Ent. Patsy West and Frances Rob l. A Ruth id of san Marino bet Yertson. Will be special features of to Jane Hart and Patty Lou Hall the evening. Palt in a tile Groom is the son of or. And elephant table i mrs w r stringfellow. 497 West a White elephant table will be operated by mrs. Irving n. Ward. Mrs. Elmer Weese. Mrs. Robert Mccuis Lagh and Laura e. Cadmus. Mrs. Sylvia Quittner mrs. J. S. Billheim mrs. Mary Moore will entertain mothers of the play group that meet each week at Santa Anita recreational Park at a Tea in her Home 1625 South second Avenue saturday november 5. At 3 of clock. Foh the Oram dest cooking you be eve Narr act now and get As much Ashi i is just about the Best news of the year for Home makers file new c certified performance Chis ranges mean less work for the one who Cooks better foods for the entire family and lower fuel costs. They represent every advancement that the National Gas Industry including the Foremost Range manufacturers can put into Tine cookery. The Many Day to Day cooking problems that face Home managers were considered. Even ranges for your present stove using other fuels were studied. To the everyday features expected of a Range were added All the Desir Abler extras. In fact each up Range must meet 22 rigid specifications to make cooking easier cooler and More economical. See for yourself How Beautiful the new ranges Are to look it How marvellously they Cook visit a Gas Range dealer or a Gas company display room right away a during this special Sale. Southern counties Gss i out Vii for the 4 Hio jobs cooking a House heating a water heating a refrigeration or. Nadine Kavinoky will speak on Quot problems of the Home which of Mei and is Eber Thomas will perfect the it. Kavinoky is an j Side at the cider and doughnut table. While the hot dog stand will be in charge of eel w. Robertson i Vuis Ziegler. Elmer Weese. Boyd Keith and Robert Mccullagh. Tile mystery Basket will be the responsibility of mrs. E. P. Bradford of Arcadia mrs. Richard Worden of Pasadena. Mrs. L. Ziegler and mrs. Everett Hitchcock. Mrs. A. J. Dewey is general chairman of committees. An admission charge of ten cents will be made and tickets will be sold by Harold Roberts. Richard Mcgraw m. G. Henry and Millard Mahlin. For the Benefit of tile organization. Entertain at supper Lois Dillon and Laura e. Cadmus entertained saturday night with a Chow mein supper at the Cadmus residence. 601 Woodland drive. In the group who enjoyed an evening of games were Stanley Blakeslee of Monrovia. John r. Mccarthy. Or. And mrs. John Churchi Man and mrs. Ella a Cadmus. It it it j returns from j visit to parents mrs. E. Livingston has returned to i her duties As cashier at the Telo i phone office following a 10-Day trip i to Prescott ark., w Here she visited her parents. Or. Ami mrs. W. Rinkle. On the occasion of their Golden wedding anniversary. Mrs. Marie Barone substituted for mrs. Livingston during her absence. A a returns from Hospital a. L. Phelps 718 Brookside Lane returned Home on saturday from j St. Luke a Hospital where he has been for a number of weeks recovering from a major operation. He was accompanied Home by his nurse mrs. Ora fix of this City. Grand View Avenue at Sierra Madre. He will be attended by Robert Lyon of Pasadena As Best Man. Ushers will be Richard Baker and William Richardson of Las Angeles David Thompson Robert and Joe Sutton of South Pasadena. A reception will follow the ceremony at the brides Home after which the couple will leave on a three weeks honeymoon in the East. Wow couple United in Home ceremony culminating a Romance of Many months. Georgia Edna o Hara and Thomas c. Pollgreen both of Sierra continued on Page 5 Coleman a opposite City Hall Arcadia Calif. Up a hts Tribune Job printing excels a in Quality and service at reasonable prices at Abaft unit ave., Arcadia water 7-2131

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