Arcadia Tribune Newspaper Archives Oct 27 1938, Page 3

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - October 27, 1938, Arcadia, California october 27, 1998 Arcadia daily Tribune Tauro throw. A a Aal notes local Clu alb activities Marjorie Hesse entertains party at Padua Hills children to visit museum Here miss Virginia Whitson of 665 Naomi in Arcadia was a Iio,,.s.s at the Buffet supper at Patina Hills sunday evening. Her guests included mrs. L. P. Whitson her Mother also of Arcadia mrs. F. L. Mccandless of Wichita kans., mrs m. A. Frantz of Enid okla. Mrs Mamie Rarey of Washington d. A and her daughter miss Lucy Rarey of Arcadia and mrs Janet f. Willard and her daughter miss Patsy j. Willard of Hollywood. Mrs. Owings Home maid shop leave orders for a Hicken pies catering to Large amp Small orders please mention this and 1323 no. 1st ave., at. 7-2732 w Parker Lyon owner of the Pony express museum was notified today by the los Angeles Board of education that in line with their visual education project his museum would be by a group of 7 i children from the third and loin the grades of Fern Avenue elementary school of Torrance on wednesday november in. A special school bus will be used by the children who will be chaperoned by mrs. Amory Kendall and mrs. Mary Bateman teachers. Or. Lyon often plays Host to such groups of them coming from As far As Needles to see his museum which is nationally known for its oddities Antiques and rare Amer Icaria. Annual Flower show on november 15 to offer unique attractions plans for the 12th annual com. Grounds of Arcadia Munty Flower show sponsored by no admission Chara the Garden Section of the Arcadia woman s club to be held the afternoon and evening of november 15, at the woman a clubhouse South first Avenue Are rapidly maturing according to mrs f. H White chairman of tile show. There will be a mrs. White pointed out. Mrs. White declared that other novel features will be added to these already listed and that further announcements will be released. Committees named the following committees will be of entries and exhibits tile show will offer Many inter in charge Ting and unusual exhibits be Well chrysanthemum and dahlias mrs. H s. Nichols mrs. E. L Perry unusual exhibits As Well a Bool ii of potted plants for Sale a bargain mrs. Bertha mrs bakery in Arcadia .�?~17 e. Huntington or. Market Basket Telephone at. 7-2581 october 27, 28, 29 halloween features halloween cup cakes dozen 27c special Reg. 30c delicious donuts 25c and 30c. Do. Petit fours. 3 for 10c spooks. Bats and witches snowballs. Boldin cake. Luscious pumpkin pie each 5c each 5c each 5c 49c 29c october 28, 29, 30 chocolate covered honeycomb nuggets Reg. 39c special. 29c Niwo lid Price on halloween lip cake anti anil., Are Cali anti Carr la re of it perfection bakery More Okilj. Thompson and mrs. H. Spencer will be in charge of this Enterprise i while mrs. W. Young mrs. H. S. I Nichols and mrs. W. E. Larsh will offer delicious homemade Candy for Sale. A musical program will by under the direction of mrs. Ardene d. I Boller and he arrangement of tile auditorium and tables will be cared i for by mrs. Moss mrs. Larsh and mrs. F. Fox. No charge there is to be no charge for entries or exhibits mrs. White reiterated today and entries will be receive by the various committees from 8 to 12 a. In. Of the 15th. Any one wishing further particulars May i Telephone mrs. Mass mrs. J. D Stanley or mrs. White supervising 1 committee of the show i a cordial invitation is extended to i everyone to visit the show which i will be presided Over by mrs. M. Mccormick mrs. J. Macfarlane j miss Pearl Smith and mrs. J. L. I Byrne. They will serve As Host esses. I object of show a was the main object of this exhibition is to encourage the beautification and planting of Home Parker mrs. Miss Emily 35 visiting Star officials at o. E. S. Party one of the nicest affairs Ever staged at Arcadia chapter no. 471. O. E was the matrons birthday party held at masonic Temple tuesday night honouring mrs Mary b Wheeler worthy Matron. More than 35 matrons and patrons including those from Redlands and Upland tilled the chair. Of office a unique feature of the evening was the presence of every Patron of the District the first time that they have All been Able to at i tend tile same affair. Gowned in Bhe wearing a Blue Chiffon gown set off by a red Flower Corsage mrs Wheeler gracefully received the honors heaped upon her. Mrs. May j Glover was Courtesy conduct Ress. She was assisted by mrs. Edith Williams of Redlands mrs. Hazel Schley of los Angeles and mrs. Olive Secrest of Pasadena. All four i ladies gowned in Gold lace in Honor of mrs. Wheelers association colors were escorted to the East. Matrons honoured each visiting Matron was Given a Beautiful yellow chrysanthemum Corsage by the chapter. Following the ceremonial work the swedish dancing club of los Angeles dressed in their colourful peasant costumes danced old swedish Folk dances rarely seen in this country. The dining room was outstandingly decorated in Green and Gold with fall Flowers in harmonizing shades i and Matching candles and appointments. The place cards were particularly Nice with purple grapes i and Green leaves forming a unique i Marker for each place i chairman thanked mrs. Wheeler thanked mrs. Glo ver chairman of the committee for her efforts and presented each vis ,. Iting Matron seated at her special yes we re talking about the j Tabie Ith a Peak am apron As a gift. John Fredericks worthy Patron was presented with a gift by the Brothers of the Star. Working on the committee with mrs. Glover were mrs. Mabel Upham mrs. May Harmon mrs. Ella Evans or. And mrs. Lloyd Nelson mrs. Mollie s. Mallard and m. P. Ward. Librarians Confer turf club Enrols popular lecturer new members for to appear at coming season High school on convention miss Elizabeth hath of of the san Bernardino Library and miss Evelyn Donagh of the South Pasadena 11 s. L. Chase. Rates a mrs. A l. Leroy Anderson Faulkner. Ornamental grasses and leaves mrs. J. D. Stanley mrs. M. Cock Shott mrs. R. W. Evans. Shrubs Etc. Berries shrubs mrs. J. S. Craig mrs. A. R. Chambers mrs. H. Wickett. Annuals and perennials mrs. W. Brandt mrs. P. Browder. Individual Flower arrangements on Small tables mrs. Harvey Moss and mrs. White. Rare plants and Flowers and stage decorating mrs. H. C. Marshall mrs. C. W. Stewart mrs. E. G. Marshall fruits and vegetables mrs. Pauline cruder mrs. C. Noack mrs. H. Spencer. Columnist enjoys auxiliary fair at clubhouse Complete Winter air conditioning including humidity in control is furnished by he forced air unit illustrated. Look for thin Blue Star Seal o approval on Ann appliances pow need. % for Homes with and without basements easy terms. Imp operating a dealer or the Gas company for Hill information about these appliance. Ii i. I. A s in it a u is i a me it Trey Iii 11 you a e not a1 heating equipment cheeked a Lent service it will pay you to it once. Calion a dealer or a i it present fur eth i do so at Lup in. This Winter with automatic Gas heat no drafts a no hot spots or cold spots had weather need not bring a single minute of discomfort to your Home let automatic Gas heating equipment take care of temperatures and humidity. You la have the convenience of a heat that adjusts it adj to weather changes. Furthermore such appliances As forced air units and Gas unit furnaces bring fresh air into the House tilter it warm it and circulate it uniformly. % equipment of still lower Cost too provides healthful uniform automatic warmth and docs away with dampness on Walls. Sout her n counties g a s co m Pany by Helen Chladek luscious Rabbit Fried to a Crisp Golden Brown or real italian Spaghetti with meat balls just As your appetite dictates is at your command. Menu at the two Day american legion dinner and carnival being served by the Glenn Dyer Post no. 247, american legion auxiliary at the american legion clubhouse tonight and last night. Although hungry appetites soon caused a shortage of food last night mrs. Ruth Buzard. Chairman announces that there will be a plentiful Supply on hand tonight the remaining night of the event. Music is furnished by Skagg s hawaiians who Strum lazily As dinner is being served. Later things Are Pepper up and dancing is in order or you May prefer to wander along the length of the Hall looking at the displays of Home made aprons and dish towels and Home made Candy which Are on Sale All during the evening. Carnival spirit in True carnival style there is a Fortune Teller a fishing Pond and All the whistles and Hallow Een Caps that make a carnival the a real strangely enough while the merriment is going on volunteers a boys from the Post Are busily engaged in pouring the Cement that will form the foundation for the addition to the clubhouse. Committee named Mary Cline president of the past auxiliary is receptionist at the door. Others in charge Are Ellen Norris Candy Booth Olga Ewing fish Pond Ellen Nelson aprons Myrtle Bradley dish towels and pot holders mrs. Earl Farnsworth Fortun telling. Helping with the serving and cooking of the dinner were Gladys Wells Christine Rootes the los Angeles turf club is currently engaged in its annual activities of enrolling members to its Rafter limited to 500. For the fifth Winter racing season which opens at Santa Anita Park on december 31 and runs 52 Days until March la 1939. Notices have been mailed to members that renewal of their memberships should be made not later than november first. After that Date vacancies in tile membership will be filled from the waiting list. Magnificent Plant major permanent improvements this year Are carrying Forward the redesigned plan to make Santa Anita Park a magnificent and Complete racing Plant an outstanding show place of Southern California. The clubhouse in particular is being greatly enlarged to add materially to the seating facilities appointments and conveniences for members of Hie los Angeles turf club in their private Domain on the second floor As Well a the patrons of the first floor. Additions reinforced Concrete and steel additions Are now nearing completion in the space adjoining the grandstand and extending East to the first turn. A roof the height of the grandstand will extend Over the clubhouse enclosure. A covered saddling paddock extending the length of the walking ring a Central ornamental Fountain new covered ticket Booths entrances and exits enlarge and beautify the entire paddock gardens and continued on Page 5 a the Barry Leigh met Here at the Ai it y or. Taff 1< family he i Joi t a a at. A to pie of tile j Library South with mrs. Anne and la Public Library ii the 6th District odor members cat ass elation to be Pasadena Deceron to Par the of wit int Dopa rim interested Tim first Loci emotionally thursday nigh mrs inter re Lier i out it she Toru will. To p i i Ai thence lecture on Quot orow was delivers Light by mrs. A. Intensely interests 1 High school an Chartuck will Deal a a Obleins of ado est tonight. She Wigt and How to avoid it pc give practical rents of to lint pm. Mrs. Leigh announced that miss tin a Warren of the Las Angelet i Blic Library will be the main t Aker. Mrs. Leigh is chairman of to 6th District. Is. Moore Speaks to Inglewood i Mary r Moore of the Moore Bool a the guest speaker at the Obtinella so Nool . A. In Ingle of tut. Day afternoon. Her sub pc was a a cutting the apron re by Gin s at Quot the lecture Mission is fre come. The Ault to submit Winch will be 30 will qut and of Turer at the conclusion of the main to. A one is be req in i by the opposite City Hall Arcadia Calif. Hues a and Eriety w. Parker Lyon leaves for desert w. Parker Lyon owner of the Pony express museum Betook himself his famous big Black hat and his enormous watch to Palm Springs today for a restful weekend searching for rocks to augment the Rocker he is now building. He was accompanied to the fashionable resort by Tom Weberding former editor of the old san Francisco bulletin. Gold Hill players seek juvenile Lead tonight seeking a handsome masculine juvenile the Gold Hill players will hold tryouts tonight at their Little theatre at Shamrock and Colorado Iii Monrovia. Tile juvenile is sought for the Lead of the pending play a Joy forever a the production of which scheduled for the first week in december hinges upon the a right people for the right parts a according to mrs. Lee Lundberg president. An ingenue and several character men and women Are needed As Well she said. Public invited tryouts Are open to the Public this year. Mrs. Lundberg reminded and any interested person whether or not a member of the players May. If he be the Type and has tile necessary ability act in the productions. Vernon a. Young director is anxious to cast this play an especially Lewis Moore spends weekend Here Lewis Moore a senior at Santa Barbara state College spent the week end at his Home in South second Avenue. He came Down especially for the Camp Arcadia staff picnic. Torrey a pure Orange juice to take out pints quarts Gallons 75 Vav. Huntington or. Opposite the Park week end specials Hanke Chieft women s Plain White and coloured prints. Also a Quot quintuplets designs for children. J Wool blankets Robe blankets heavy Wool for these cold nights. Special. Menus kerchiefs Borders is yarn dyed coloured and Plain White extra values at. Silk hosiery sheer ring c full fashioned less Chiffon. Outstanding value at. 59 curtains heavy Cotton 50 Ecru panels in nets on Fine Rayon ii Man. Each. Wool sweaters worsted yarns in $ 00 pure Wool Slipcover styles for fall. Children knitted or on tin flannel sleepers sleepers with feet. C Junior dresses peasant 75 latest fall styles and Dernel effects. Fast colors. I Oldfield a department store 48 Al Huntington or. Monrovia Lodge honors arcadians Good one Well mrs Lundberg said Myrtle Bradley Olga Ewing Mable j representatives from Samuel g. Erickson Dorothy Carver Olwen French company will be in the a Covell Edna Goldborg and Helen i lie Nee with a View to publishing Scofield script she declared next meeting mrs. Lundberg also announced that the next membership meeting of the players will be held at the mrs. J. Victor Covell guardian of i theatre next Friday november 4. Arcadia Bethel no. 121, and e. E. Dick Simonton will present three westerhouse associate guardians. Prize winning Amateur photo plays were among the honoured guests is As the program of the evening. Sorted to the East at the recent meeting of Monrovia Bethel no. 2911 Church to sponsor a a Harvest dinner Kabia thial a mph Tutie 9 66 a forthe hic Johs mount Hrat no cooking rr�3�aton water of a a now playing a a Algiers with Charles Boyer Sigred Gurie movie quiz picture also Mic key Rooney in a Down the stretch with Patricia Ellis Dennis Moore a a Harvest Homecoming Quot potluck dinner will be held at the Arcadia Community Church Friday november 4, at 6 30 of clock. Mrs. Gordon self is general chairman in charge of the affair. An interesting musical program and motion pictures of various lakes will be presented during the evening. All members and friends of the Church Are cordially invited. Mrs. Ott and son coming Home monday David Arthur is the name of the newest son of Captain and mrs. Donald Ott according to his prideful aunt. Miss Eleanora Ott. Who also reports that he and his Kotlier Are coming Home next monday. Starling steal grapes m. Vav. Sexsmith Canadian Fanner claims that his grape crop was stolen by starlings. Expecting a yield of nearly a ton he harvested Only 36 quarts. V amp is a 2 a cd d 05 q Ca 2 a q 6 of q Ca 2 a o p of q a 2 a o p of a Ca 2 a m. B. Drug a m. B. Drug a m. B. Drug t m. B. Drug Ive. in 1720 f Rel Trajn Cut rate drugs Pasadena 1720 e. Colorado 89 e. Colorado 845 e. California 1325 n. Fair Oaks Al Sereno 1910 Huntington drive a san Marino 900 Huntington drive Arcadia 37 East Huntington drive a Alhambra 530 West main 245 East main 9q1 w. Valley blvd. Al Monte 425 West main Street m. B. Cut rate drug comes to Arcadia 37 East Huntington drive bringing you lower prices on higher Quality merchandise. Sales tax will be boudoir size noxzema Cream added to All taxable items tin of 12 a 5-Grain aspirin tablets 49c tube or Jar prep each 19c 3 for 50c is so value a Hope denture cleaner 49c 3c pint a supreme milk of magnesia Quick Relief for pains from neuritis Sal to Cin lie 19c 12 of. 5-rite Ginger ale 2 for 5c plus Dottle Deposit Coupon free samples Adams Peppermint gum no Purchase necessary a a a a a Botex sanitary napkins regular Junior super or Dox of 12 path Poi Ket Combs 2 boxes 2c 20 39c ice Cream per quart 13 old fashioned chocolates or a mind to 500 la pm Pis cleansing tissues 4-oz. Lilt a Dou i As lighter fluid 16c 7c 4.�?z, _ no i of ohs pertussis 51c i i be Mengay Balm 50c Box of too it la 11 d a. B. D. G. Capsules $2.19 m b drug a m. B. Drug a m. B. Drug a m. B. To Kuo 0

Search all Arcadia, California newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for October 27, 1938

Browse