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Arcadia Tribune Newspaper Archives Sep 4 1947, Page 4

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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - September 4, 1947, Arcadia, California Thursday sept. 4, 1947 sock i Quot Lites Arcadia Tribune amp news Avis Lee weds Jock baldwins will entertain mariners Avalon vacation leaving sunday for a week at j Avalon Are mrs Ruth Kislev her i and mrs Jack c. Baldwin daughter Earlene sue Perkins will be basis to the Mariner club Joyce Gilmore and Barbara Seoul the Community presbyterian Field. Church sept 8 at their Home or. Hoi ave nut potluck dinner Wilor Kins move to Arcadia by is 1 Veel at to 30 p. To. It is expected that Many interesting pictures will be shown it it tops taken by manners during tilt summer and miss Aliene Baldy ii will enl train on her accordion. I and mrs. Paul j. Garrett forint it h of Hollywood moved out to Arcadia last week where they will by with mrs Garrett s parents or. And or. Walter n. At to ill 832 Wem Huntington drive. Shoe goo5 nose o be 6?n6cfcoter of a a. Ston it or Arcadia Bontery 30 East Huntington drive Atwater 7-4981 los Angeles Mon soft candlelight provided the setting for miss Avis beets marriage to Carl Johnson of pos Angeles at the american lutheran Church of Arcadia last Friday night pmed no the ceremony mrs. A j. Bot it played nuptial music and Avromia hied Tho Rev. Boer on the Organ s he Sang Grieg s a i love thee a As the first strains of Lohengrin s wedding March were heard the bridegroom and his Best Man Rob it Lee. Of the u. S. Navy entered rom the Side it the Church and waited at the foot of the Chance. Miss Natalie held the brides maid approached the altar. The congregation arose As miss Lee entered the Church and stepped before the altar at the Side of the bridegroom. The Rev. A j. Boer read the double ring marriage in v ice before the altar upon which lighted tapers and White Gladioli had been placed. The Bride chose a White Satin j gown with full train Anc an pm j Bro dered veil for the ceremony and she carried a Bride s bouquet cd i White Gladioli and Sweet peas. Her bridesmaid wearing a Rose coloured gown carried White Sweet peas and i red roses. Miss Lee has been employed by the Oldsmobile division of general motors at the office in los Angele and her husband is an employee j of the u. S. Steel company it Jos Angeles. After a honeymoon at the Beach the Young couple will make their Home in Hollywood. Mary Beauchamp Paul Mundy recite marriage vows tonight Many pre nuptial parties have been Given for miss Mary Rosamond Beauchamp and Paul William Mundy who will recite their marriage is tonight in an 8 of clock ceremony in the Church of the Good Shepherd. The Rev. Fred f. Thornburg assistant pastor will officiate. In he Bride s attendants will be miss Mary Catherine Mundy sister of he bridegroom As maid of Honor misses Beverly Turner Barbara Greiner and mrs. Edward Huson a challengers plan Beach party St. Luke s Catholic Church in Temple City plans festival Bazaar bridesmaids. The Flower girl will be three year old Nancy a. P. I he bridegroom will have Ashi attendant school friends i rom he 1\ Avenue school Days with Bob Ferranti Best Man Jack a Iii. Bob Mason and Leslie Beauchamp lr., brother of the Bride us Liers William g if Fin also a school Friend will be soloist with w. Johns Church organist con Ole. Bal i at Ligand mrs. George Meachem of Boa his aunt. A Bachelor dinner was Given for or. Mundy last night preceding the rehearsal by mrs. Robert Ferranti at her Home on West Duarte Road. Besides the guest of Honor those present were Bob and Bill Ferrante Jack Dahl. Bol Mason William Griffin and Leslie Beauchamp or. A Young at Are the be to vacation at Santa Cruz mrs. Leslie Beauchamp of the Bride was hostess at a Tea or. And mrs. Edward f. Dolan last Friday at her Home on North of 529 Palm drive and their dough Rosemead Boulevard Temple City. Tor Pat spent the past two weeks among the guests were mrs. S. W. Vacationing at Santa Cruz. Thy j Mundy Mother of the bridegroom returned Home last thursday. Fred Niehans presided As p evident of Tiro challengers group of the Church of the Good Shepherd last sunday at. The regular meeting i the Church. The following new officers were elected Eugene Pruim president Virginia Collins vice president and Gwen Secretary. Installation will to held sept. 14 meeting and plans ing made for a party at Hunting ton Beach on Friday. Those who plan to go will meet at the Church at 6 30 p. In. Present at the meeting besides the president were Ruth Den a Virginia Collin Willard Ganther Margaret Peebles Jean Bateman. Owen Young Art Volkema Mary Robert o Wilson it. J minion chairman and c. T Hardesty co chairman announce the final plans for the festival Bazaar of Temple City it. Luke s Catholic Church sept 12-14 at the Church grounds Cloverly and Broadway in Temple City. This year s Bazaar Marks the second annual affair with the proceeds to go toward completion of the school building now under constructs and toward the erection of a new Norman Mille Dick de tie teen Dolores Powers Peterson Bob Chappell mrs Bob and Ida Lee Schoonover Ell it and Eugene Pruim Jerry Wallace and Muriel Herzog Church. The opening night or kick off will tart with a dance with u j Good orchestra and refreshments the following booties will be conduced the the Day country Booth with Bacon hams and Home j made jams and Jelly. Fancy work with homemade articles children a i Booth featuring games and increments ponies and lots of fun for j kiddies cookie Booth Flower and Garden Candy homemade Candy White elephant soft drinks refreshments which will feature a Spanish Kitchen where various types of Spanish food May be purchased delicious baked Ham sandwiches. And homemade cake and Coffee a Ham Buffet supper will b a served sunday starting at 3 30 . Tickets May be purchased on the grounds mrs Thomas rabies chairman of the refreshment Booth and mrs Wallace mainline co chairman and their Pommitt e arc handling the detail the Public is invited. Stephensons take trip or. And mrs. Robert i. Stephenson 42 Eldorado Street and their three children Rodney Ray Jenel and Jackie spent last week end just above Santa Barbara. Enjoying the coolness of the coastal atmosphere or s. Seymour enjoys vacation in Benicia Benicia a Little town North of san Francisco and the first capital of California was the spot chosen by Seymour of the cottage shop for a two week vacation. Thus town which just celebrated its Centennial anniversary was where Jack London gathered material for two of his novels. Mrs. Seymour smother a Well known concert Singer attended one of the seminaries in Benicia in linearly Days and mrs. Seymour attended school there As a child. She visited old friends of the family school friends and old landmarks. Visiting the graveyard with tombstones dating Back As Early As 1847. She found that the majority of tile Early settlers came from Ireland. In san Francisco she went on a buying excursion for the cottage shop. During her absence mrs. Catherine Nuss her assistant was in charge of the shop. Rice family returns from Iowa trip or. And mrs. George Rice and their son Bob of 23 East Duarte Road returned last saturday night from a three week trip which took them As far East As Iowa. There the rices visited or. Rice s Mother mrs. C. P. Jensen and other relatives. On their Way the Rice family stepped to sight see at Bryce Canyon Zion National Park grand Canyon and Boulder dam. They crossed through Nevada Wyoming Nebraska Idaho Arizona Colorado and Iowa. Bridge Brunch planned by alumni officers new officers of Alpha Gamma Delta alumni in the Pasadena area will be hostesses at a Bridge Brunch in the Home of mrs Sidney Hays Ler 1445 Mirasol drive san Marino sept. To at 10 30 a. In. Those assisting mrs. Hoosier will be mines. Dwight rear president Robert t a y i o a vice president Chark. Williams Secretary Otto Walter. Treasurer Harold Mccann pan hellenic representative and George Tennyson editor. All alumni of this sorority living in Pasadena. South Pasadena. Highland Park Altadena san Marino. Alhambra san Gabriel tempi a City Arcadia and Sierra Madre Are cordially invited to attend. Dielkes have guests from Washington or. And mrs. H. R. Duelke 460 West Walnut Street had As their House guests for the past three weeks airs. Arthur Bates and he daughter Freddy Mae of port Orchard Washington. Mrs. Bates is the Niece of mrs. Duelke. She and Freddy Mae left last week end for their Home. While Here they visited Points of interest including san Diego. Randy and Gerry Harwood of Inglewood Are visiting with the Dielkes at present. The Brothers Are the sons of or. Duelker a sister. The place to go Oak Park gardens Nursery and landscaping now air condition j for our shopping pleasure Monrovia 923 West Huntington phone Mon. 16212 n a r Rice two Days Only Friday and saturday september 5th and 6th All summer merchandise to be cleared out at half of regular selfing Price roofs. Suits now $2.97now $3.47now $3.97now $4.47 dresses. Sizes 9 to 15�?io to 44 and half sizes $5.95 garments $6.95 garments $7.95 garments $8.95 garments $9.95 garments. Now $4.97 $10.95 garments. Now $5.47 $12.95 garments $14.95 garments $18.95 garments $22.95 garments. Now $11.47 $24.95 garments. Now $12.47 $29.95 garments. Now $14.47 now $6.47 now $7.47 now $9.47 / swim suits play suits blouses mobs and Catalina swim suits in this group i it a u Cut to 418-420 so. Myrtle Monrovia Calif. 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