Arcadia Tribune Newspaper Archives Oct 26 1939, Page 3

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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - October 26, 1939, Arcadia, California I cd Angeles eur Quot Quot Quot to Pasadena it to s to i a. Colorado blvd. Sanva Jiunta Village Huntt amp ton up live on the of Ittai Rancho Santa Anita a 340 Sye Amor Pasadena Dev Cloen St. 2-5191 Calif. Orn Huj office Atwater 7-1941 res., Atwater 7-1069 or. W. W. Heaney dentist 51 e. Huntington drive suite 21-22 hours�?9-12, 2-5 evenings by appointment Arcadia collegiate music Al ice skating revue each afternoon and evening at the food show out. 28 nov. 5 pan Pacific auditorium Lysie Folso a 6 80-10 80 dully admission a 25ct evening 4or Ort la dirt Tui ii tar arts from it nil Oro err i ii roil u lion t so. Illi Farnium the san Gabriel Valley lumber co. Is pleased to announce the appointment of or. L. Roy Burt As director of the Mission housing Guild a National organization of Home planning artisans sponsored by Johns Manville corporation and operating in Arcadia through a san Cabrie Laeey lumber co. Or Burt. Wil1 maintain Headquarters in the Arcadia offices of the san Gabriel Valley lumber co and will be available for tree consultation on Home building problems. Florence Beauty parlor get ready for vacations permanent wave machine less or machine Given by an expert at. 7-152ft 654 w. Duarte Road Page three to Liurni a it Toher 26, 1030 ti1e Arcadia Tribune and news i i. 2 c in a r ii o it1 let 1 s a shop for children swear regular $ 1.49 i rocks saturday special $1.00 7 to 14 years slips. 79c infants Wear gifts gluj>4. Be i a Tau students and adults. 3 lessons for $1.00 Telephone Atwater 7-3074 it 0.1. S. Chip ii melting jointly celebrating a special Courtesy night for 1939 matrons and patrons and tin birthday of mrs. Elsie Wester House worthy Matron was the party tuesday night at Arcadia chapter n. 471, order mrs. Love braille grand Matron of Minnesota opened the meeting she was ase or led into tin counter room by mrs. Helen lord Deputy grand Matron of 68th District and mrs. In be Needham grand Martha. All offices were filled by matrons and Patron of 1939. Who were introduced by mrs. Westerhouse. Mrs men Holton Deputy grand Matron of Eastern Star its ready to hang panels and ruffled curtains. Assorted patterns and colors. A latest styles and designs a a priced from $1.00. John f. Houlihan 124 e. Huntington drive at. 7-1517 Arcadia was among tile honoured Gin coiled to the last. Mrs. W est was Given a Lovely bouquet of red carnations and White chrysanthemums by the chapter before she and Wood Glover worthy Patron were escorted to the East. Mrs. Elizabeth Childs became a member by affiliation during the evenings ceremonies. Mrs. Luella Phelps past Matron of Arcadia chapter Lilied the office of Secretary honorary worthy Matron was mrs. Annette Cameron of Milbrea Chap Ter and j. Sau Butts of Culver City i i i was honorary worthy Patron. Mrs. Cameron Ami or. Sau Butts Are dec i rotaries of the 1939 matrons and patrons association. A Southern roses was the title of the Ballet staged by pupils of miss Dorothy de pout to Strauss music alter the chapter adjourned. Pupils participating were Rosemary Nielson Mary Alice Van Barneveld and Evelyn Hickox. In the banquet room furnished with red and White decorations special place cards and favors marked the matrons and patrons table. Mrs. Dana Roush committee chairman headed the group of 193.9 line officers who presented mrs. with a lighted birthday cake. P. E. O. Meets at Garrow Home mrs. Ethel Watson conducted the afternoon s program at the regular meeting of chapter cd p e o held Friday at the Home of mrs Beth Garrow in Santa Anita Oaks with mrs. Sarah Wilson As Coli of toss the program of nut limn poems and readings followed the usual luncheon meeting. Mrs. Margaret Johns president presided. Guest speaker was or. It a Burt of chapter pm Pasadena who reported the supreme convention held in Houston Tex. Other guests included mesdames j l. Byrne c. C. Yellen and Burton Smith. The next meeting was announced for the Home of mrs. Helen Buck who will be assisted by her daughter miss Virginia Bates. The luncheon will Start at 12 of clock at thus meeting instead of the usual 12 30. Too attend Iii by set sorority holds installation incl Muir i Sei Foh 2 p. I new Hall to be i in rpt i shades of the old country schoolhouse. Will come to life tomorrow night when husbands and Swalius of members of Santa Anita athletic club bid for be ruffled boxes of food at the old fashioned Box supper that follows the Hay rack and horseback ride to be staged by that group in Glendora at the Home of mrs. Dan Rose president. After Hie ride a barn dance will add its quota of enjoyment to an already full evening when members assemble there with the Box supper coming As a Climax. The rider and the Hay rack party will leave the Rase residence of 1814 Alasta. Glendora on Highway 66, i promptly at 7 30 of clock and will return for the dance and supper after a two hour Jaunt about Back country roads. Reservations May still be made through mrs. Virginia Diggins general chairman at Atwater 7-2766. I j. E. Pubs chests Ibe National pharmacy week not measured in terms of Money the Trust you place in us in filling prescriptions has no Dollar and cents value. It is something priceless which we Endeavor to earn at All times. This is an appropriate time to again pledge that Only Quality ingredients compounded by experienced pharmacists shall Ever go into a prescription filled Here Douglas drug co. 34 f. Huntington drive Atwater 7-2372 Kings pharmacy 54 f. Huntington drive Atwater 7-2859 october 23-28 Theta Phi sorority entertained a group of guests thursday evening at the Home of miss Marge Malin. 406 California Street. A a whoopee was played during the evening and refreshments were served. On the committee for the party with miss Malin were misses Thom Imerman Margaret Hildebrandt and Dorothy Mitchell. Guests included misses Thelma Williams Mabel toothaches Ellen Hanson Alberta Jones Mollie Cooley and Merle Scott. Among members present were miss Ruth Becker miss Lerna Mitchell miss Grace Ward miss Joan Niemack mrs. Sarah Pollard miss Olivo Hanna miss Rowena Jamison and miss Dorothy Ebert. A Story Teller radio hour a give me thy heart a the Lovely hymn to be Sung by girlish voices on the a Story tellers hour next sunday Over radio station Ger for from 4 05 to 4 30 p. In. Will provide the theme for tile Sermon to be j preached by Rev. F. Dejong pastor of the Arcadia Mission. This Vesper hour conducted by Rev. Dejong is attracting Wade attention amongst radio listeners. It is presented every sunday of Lemon Over Ger with Hie choir of the los Angeles Christian Church providing tile music. A Chi to Silver. A Wyo icks and i i yippee resounded in a me ionic and colourful melange from i California horsemen a horse show sunday at the dedication of the or-1 Yaniz Ationo a new grounds on col Dorado blvd. I More than 5.000 spectators thronged the grounds to witness one of the largest shows Ever staged Here. Riders with every known Type of Riding equipment from magnificent Silver Parade outfits formal Hunting kits d o w n to and including freckle faced urchins in torn overalls turned the show into something Between a Western Rodeo a Parade and an English Hunt. But if the shows classification was slightly anomalous the smiles that adorned the spectators faces and the Friendly shouts of encouragement that spurred the entrants were not. Juvenile riders strutted their stuff at the morning show with youngsters from All Over the county Doodna tiredly vying for Riding honors. In the afternoon following the i noontime luncheon the grand Parade opened the adults Section of the show. Jumping events were especially exciting and so closely co i tested that four jump offs were necessary before second prize could i be awarded. I judges included major Grafton Hanson jr., of the u. S. Cavalry and Marshall Fridley who judged j the jumping and gaited events respectively. Jimmy Williams Arcadia boy i won the spectacular Pony express Irace with Quot flying mounts on three horses to give him a wide margin Over the other contestants. A fearless group of women riders from Victor Mclaglen a women a equity troop thrilled the crowd when they formed human hurdles Lieut George Henning and his spirited jumper a according to Clyde a. Wesson president this was the first of a series of Winter shows planned for the new location. The next will be held sometime in november he said. To Quot tin la 30 floats have been entered so far by various Pasadena Junior College organizations in the Horn coming pageant and football Beme to be held in the Rase bowl november 3, at 7 p. In. Theme of tile pageant is Quot Nursery tales a which leaves Many and varied possibilities for float designs. The football game finds p. J. C. Meeting one of her toughest rivals san Mateo j. C. Til 1935, the first Homecoming pageant was designed As added entertainment for the returning alumni to the usual Homecoming football game. This years pageant the fourth is Likely to be a miniature tournament of roses with a Promise of More than 50 colourful floats and to bands passing in review before i the probable 30,000 spectators. Dick Kendall Secretary of the organization committee which is i i sponsoring the event says a in sponsoring this Homecoming a 1 cant we feel that participation of the various Junior College classes i non restrictive and restrictive duos creates a closer feeling and spirit for the school. Money for the pageant has been contributed by the student body fund not the taxpayers and it is up to the student body to make a Success of this he m is nary Cie t v of the a la co min laity c lure revue in s session next thursday in be r 2. At the chm cd Parlours i my s c Trace Micu t. In he chair. La i Char go c i the sign i Rit u a1 Lite it o a will in mrs. Aul c a a bombs. While my ail in Shive y wit a Midi let the de vol on Al s and mrs v Obol on Tim Rod Mal s or a Box Lune Heon w ill of scr d at noontime after we i the Alternett a prof Tram presided c v r by mrs. Ellen Cru Duleba ugh will be presented. Be a ured will be i How a re Cambelos i of Angel w i it will Tell o Siam Wile up she s pent some time As a miss onary. I s. Ida clites and mrs Kol Ler will by Hon stresses for the Day. V. Blo Xix a i ii is Margaret t to real a noun lament lecture sunday. October in. Pa-1 Fie Stan it it wave station Meg cycles i e Frank Buchman. Honora s. Truman. United Sta or for Missouri Herbert to attend conference mrs c. E Hoover motion picture chairman of the Arcadia woman club planned to attend the fir t District motion picture conference to is held at federation Headquarters this afternoon. Mrs. Hoover. Who is deeply interested in motion pictures from the child welfare standpoint expects to return with Nuch valuable material for Lier report to woman s club members. Re Kivin or British to i a spilling a vein Liman 250 cars a moral re of be broadcast 29, from 2 to 3 Aid time Over Trul Boston. 6m i. Speaker. Die is h. A1 Delegate from the Union Congress rep million workers and i from Burma. Anither he Imti j of i Lartic unctions Arcadia masonic Temple classes and private instruction Ballet toe tap Char in Aeter and Spanish. Classes mrs. George Foster of Upland Mother of or. Ralph Scofield a i Rived yesterday to be a guest at the heme of her son Here for the com ing week end. J i i i special classes in ballroom \ dancing for Junior High school students and adults. J 3 lessons for $1.00 t Telephone Atwater 7-3074 2nd unit now open $ prices still As Low As $150 Down $15 a m0ntk mrs. Barngrover Retter while on a week end trip to a Francisco to see the fair or. Anc mrs. John Stephen Craig visitor major and mrs. George Barngrover at Letterman Hospital where mrs Barngrover is reported As being Quot oui of danger a following a serious illness. Mrs. Barngrover accompanied Lier husband North when he entered the Hospital to await an operation and was herself stricken a few weeks later. Women golfers Are awarded prizes Santa Anita woman a Golf club i had its weekly match is. Par play i tuesday at Arcadia county Park course. Mrs. Alice Muller president i headed the group. J prizes were awarded to Patty a Shawhan Lillian Bothuyne Lottie Woodland and Bess Benjaman. A it cd Santa a to Rush second i to meet Nia s fas Over $2 Una Erv a Low Price Rancho virtual k rating i chosen today s cause of found e y i Dai fun Hes with writer mrs. Emilie Mann timerhoff was the luncheon guest Friday of mrs. Emmy Matt Rush lecturer and writer at her Hollywood Home. Mrs. Rush enter tamed mrs. Timerhoff prior to Lier departure for her Palms i Springs Winter Home. All improvements paid Home Sites transportation Fth a Loans breaking sales in the re announced first unit of Aita Village have forced a line opening of this new Jon of 62 forge Home Sites the demand in Quot califor test growing Community c 0,000.00 in building is my planned in this new portion of the famous a to Anita Over night a Dis Crimin Blic has enthusiastically a Anta Anita Village As est buy a chosen it Beds Many advantages not elsewhere Beautiful sur is Large wide Home Sites Ding drives with space for privacy and Carefree Rural living yet within 25 s from los Angeles. It today choose your site in selection is varied a and is so surprisingly Low prices a sen Al Natty Low Rani schools Park

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