Monrovia News-Post from Monrovia, California on April 8, 1949 · 2
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VIOLENT PASSIONS CLASH! AZTEC HOTEL DANCING CLUB TOMORROW NIGHT Saturday April 9 in the Patio Room of the Aztec Hotel Memberships Available Soft lights smart atmosphere and good dance music to make you feel out of this world for an evening An event to give you a glorious lift throughout the week DANCING CLUB ItIonroris 2 MONROVIA NEWS-POST Action Studied in Plant Sale Commenting on the sale of the former Clark Stove Co plant and property in Duarte to the holder of a second trust deed subject to a first mortgage and other encumbrances D Jay Smith who bid $5100 at the auction sale for the site for use as a Duarte community center said today that the procedure was proper in every respect but that he did not feel that on his own volition he should try to outbid the lien holder Smith further said that be is consulting with other Interested civic workers as to what further action if any should be taken in endeavoring to secure the property Curtain Tonight on Citrus Play AZUSA April 8—Citrus Junior College is presenting a three-act play "Petticoat Fever" in the Citrus Auditorium at 8 o'clock tonight Directed by George V Ring land Dispatch Sold To Group Joe Willis publisher of the Glendora Press and owner of the Duarte Dispatch has sold the Dispatch to a group of Duarte business men Who will take over the production Of the paper immediately A spokesman of the group stated that they had acquired the Dispatch to build it up as a chRnnel of community thought and news pitched to a neighborly local level as an addition to and not antagonistic to any eldsting newspaper services available to the area The editor will be William CAtkinson who edited the Dispatch when it was founded but resigned last year He will also continue his work as secretary of the Duarte Chamber Of Commerce NEWS OF )01A RTE ID AZUSA - NOW PLAYING - :cow Fr-Ay-LNG MUM BR 'Iowa I510111P:71'Irjr 2ND FEATURE Sponsored by FTA FRIDAY APRIL 8 1919 WonWiliwomAkol6dfiloguk — SPECIAL 3IATLNEE Saturday Morning 10 O'clock "so DEAR TO MY HEART" wfo I drama teacher the play has a cast of 10 with Bob VogeL-7ang and Kenneth Welch in the male leads and Patty Alexander and Carol Hanawait in the feminine top roles Others in the cast are Rex Ellington Richard 'sing Eyong Mok Kim Sidney Harner Pat Davis and Jeanne Kennedy Written by 31ark Reed the comedy concerns a London gentleman down on his luck who is currently serving as a lonely wireless operator in the wilds of Labrador Longing for female companionship and especially that of beautiful females the operator suddenly finds himself entertaining two glamor girls Bob Vogelsang as the lonely wild eyed hero immediately exchanges outdoor garb for white tie and a swallow tailed coat and proceeds to woo the female of his choice with amusing ardor James Nugent and the high school stage crew are in charge of the back stage work with make-up by the drama class properties and prompting by Pat Davis and the art work by Laura Penny Magazine Editor Guest in Azusa AZUSA April 8--Fanny Ellsworth editor of the popular Ranch Romances Magazine was the guest of Isabel Way of 1026 San Gabriel Ave yesterday afternoon Miss Ellsworth is on the West Coast to consult with authors who contribute to the magazine on her needs for the next year Ruby Thomson well known Azusa authoress along with Mrs Way and Thomas Barclay (Bunk) Thompson conferred at the Way home in the early afternoon Later afternoon hours were devoted to an open house in honor of Miss Ellsworth for many other well known writers in the valley amonz whom was Torn Blackburn burn Club Schedules 'Dutch' Auction AZUSA April 8—Members are requested to bring something toward the "Dutch" auction being held by the Business and Profess !anal Women's Club when it meets for dinner at the Ar-isa 'Woman's Clubhouse at 6:20 pm Tuesday These articles may be any white elephant or other object not wanted by members at their homes with funds raised as a result of the sale going to the club's scholarship work Mrs Isabel Way Bonnard president announces NoRAY NiatSge291411PEN 12 NOON DAILY SY 6-5100 CON T 9-00WS Jr-É-7 Great Novel on Screen' V"- : OGA PLUS SAVAGE OUTDOOR ADVENTURE! "The Dark Past" 11 Illam Holden Lee Cobb "Jungle Jim" Johnny Weismuller Attend the Ester Services at this Theatre Easter 3torning 1 Valleydate Park to Be Recommended Acquisition of a park site to serve residents of the Valleydale subdivision area immediately south of Azusa drew a step nearer realization today County Manager Wayne Allen has recommended that the Board of Supervisors next Tuesday approve a notice of Antention to purchase five acres of land at the easterly extension of Kirkwall Road and Payson St south of Dalton Road for $6100 He also recommended that the County secure an option on five additional acres immediately adjacent to the proposed site to provide a 10-acre park Cost of the second parcel is $5536 Acquisition of the park site was requested by Valleydale residents through Supervisor William A Smith They pointed out that no recreation facilities within safe distance were available to children in the area Purchase of the first parcel has been approved by the Regional Planning Commission Witnesses to Stand By (News-Post Washington Bureau) WASHINGTON April 8—California witnesses today were given orders to stand-by for flood control ttimony before the Senate Appropriations Committee next week The Committee opened hearings on House flood control and rivers and harbors legislation yesterday and will hear Army engineers for the remainder of the week Local witnesses will be called before the committee next week Col Harold E Hedger Los Angeles County Flood Control District engineer is scheduled to present the case for the County drainage area before the committee He is due to arrive here Monday Balboa Vacation Reunion Planned AZUSA April 8 — A group of Citrus Union High School senior girls are planning a final school get together at Balboa Island during Easter week With some leaving Saturday for the beach resort and others leaving Sunday the girls are Charlotte Henderson Shirley Duval Meredith Mendenhall Ina Mae Piper Elizabeth Mumpower Jeannine Mum-power Shirley Mumford Betty McCoy Nancy Hummel Beverly Hardy and Linda Akin The girls will be chaperoned by Miss Vera Jean Henderson daughter of Mr and Mrs Dave Henderson of Azusa who will be spending the Easter week here coming down from Bakersfield where she teaches school Graduates May Become Cadets AZUSA April 8—"Men with a yearning to be up in the wild blue yonder flying America's fastest fighters mightiest bombers and newest jet jobs can realize their ambition" says Master Sgt Elmer R Chaves of the Azusa Recruiting office High school graduates able to pass the qualifying exam married or single in good health and of excellent character are eligible Upon graduation from a 52-week training period aviation cadet graduates are commissioned second lieutenants and put on active duty Court Hears Serra Traditions SAN GABRIEL April 8 (1'sr—A Roman Catholic court has heard old California tales from descendants of Padre Juniper° Serra's hardy band of explorers—tales that may help obtain sainthood for the founder of the California missions In historic San Gabriel Mission—fourth in the chain of nine founded by the famed Franciscan missionary—the court yesterday took secret testimony The Franciscan Order started seven years ago on the long tedious process of canonization for Padre Serra At least three years—and possibly many more—will be taken up by the process Theatre Guild Plans Production AZUSA April 8—The Valley Theatre Guild now Azusas civic theatre by merit of its fine work in the last year and a half since its origination by Fred Becker Valley Theatre Guild director is preparing for another studio production This production will feature skits and plays by new directors—supervised by Fred Becker guild director Becker who endeavors to bring forth all talent in his long list of guild members hopes that this directing by novices to the art will gaiptc Anita A TWIN LAUGH BILL Abbott And Costello "IN THE NAVY" with the Andrews Sisters ALSO Abbott and Costello In "WHO DONE IT" with William Bendix I Camino eal Residents Vote for County Rule If the straw ballot taken last night at the meeting of the Camino Real Improvement Association held at Santa Fe School is a true Indication residents of the area are pretty well satisfied to remain under County jurisdiction In the balloting 205 votes were cast for remaining in the County only four favored incorporation with Duarte and three annexation to an adjacent city A panel discussion by four speakers who reviewed various Rent Control Removal Studied Removal of rent controls under the new Federal law may be attempted in Sierra Madre Removal of the controls will be considered by the City Council at its meeting Tuesday night it was disclosed today by Councilman Henry Neutzel Faced with a reciuest by former Sierra Madre City Judge Noren Eaton to remove controls under provisions of the local option amendment of the Federal Rent Control Act the council has decided to study the problem Council action is expected to result either In a call for a public hearing on the problem or dismissal of the -request If a public hearing Is held and if the council should decide to vote for decontrol of all rental properties the move must be approved by Gov Earl Warren Civitt !is li ost I aseball ‘Play AZUSA April 8 — Civitan-sponsored Southern California Junior College baseball tournament teams held their quarter finals this morning and semi-finals this afternoon at Citrus Junior College Finals in the tournament will be held on the Citrus diamond tomorrow Twenty-three teams are competing in the tournament this year coming from all over the southern part of the State and making this the biggest project yet of the Civitan Club Held every spring by that civic minced organization the tournament has developed from a mere eight teams the first prewar year to its present size Too this year more than the 24 accepted teams requested to play in the games but were refused regretfully because of lack of housing facilities for the men One of the 24 accepted teams however had to drop out First day of the series was Thursday with half of them eliminated at that time Wth Citrus Jaycee as host team many prizes are being awarded in the tournament These include Duarte Souvenirs Wanted for Fiesta With La Fiesta de Duarte plans shaped up a call is being made bY the DuarteChamber of Commerce for the cooperation of all citizens in locating authentic relics and mementoes of the Andreas Duarte era and the succeeding tarty days of this section Anyone having such an item or knowing of any that might be loaned for a carefully guarded exhibit during the celebration of Duarte's 108th anniversary is requested to contact the secretary at 2047 E Huntington Drive Schools Closing For Vacation Duarte and Davis Schools are closing today for the FAster vacation reopening April 18 The playgrounds under adult leadership will be open week days during the vacations for supervised games and recreation develop their artistic leanings The studio production previously scheduled tor April 11 will be held at a later date because of the many other current activities of the Guild The exact date will be announced later There will be two plays: "The Night Alarm" directed by Mr and Mrs Burton Porter and "Who's Guilty?" a play by Dick Oarstang of this city and boasting audience participation Blackouts will be reatured as well including a hill Lilly skit written and acted in by Belle McLaughlin Tentative plans also call for a dancing skit which is currently in the process of development It's That Time Again! Shellubrication and Motor Tuneup &veil S Wicks 100 SHELL SERVICE 324 S Myrtle rhone 84 angles of the question preceded the vote R E Hardy discussed annexation to Arcadia stating that that city had gone on record as not being interested in acquiring the additional territory On the other hand Monrovia is Interested in Camino Real annexation stated E S Hutchison who outlined what Monrovia could offer the area in the way of fire and police protection and other civic functions Mrs A Knupfer was the speak championship and consolation prizes individual prizes and others being presented by national baseball leagues ELLIOTT GROVE NEWS NOTES Mrs A A Holladay cogrespondent The 17th birthday of Pat Bishop was celebrated Sunday with a birthday dinner at her home 414 Maydee St Present at the dinner were the honoree her parents Mr and Mrs Charles H Bishop: her brother Rad her grandparents Mr and Mrs Bruno Montero of Los Angeles her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Hal Blair of Van Nuys Mr and Mrs Victor Jacobsen and Connie of Reseda Jack Coombe of Santa Monica Mr and Mrs Dick Tmpin and Ethel Larson all of Los Angeles Mr and Mrs Richard Ostrander of Sun land were Sunday guests at the home of the Cecil D Cartwrights 428 El Sur St Mr and Mrs Ralph Heller 339 El Sur St and a party of young people recently spent a pleasant day at Rosario Beach Mexico Accompanying the Hellers were Mrs Heller's sister Beatrice Stine of Los Angeles and James Hathaway Margaret Hathaway and Paul Cos-well all of Compton Last Tuesday Mrs D R Heller 2165 Redell Ave was honored with a potluck luncheon given at her home by the P-TA board of Washington Junior High School of Pasadena Mrs Pauline Handy principal of the school and 16 members of the board were present Mr and Mrs Duane Wand and daughters Sandy and Sharon 421 Maydee St were week-end guests at the home of Mrs Wands brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Murlin C Carrithers of Lynwood Richie Gagnebin eldest son of the Harold R Gagnebins 415 Msydee St was voted "king" of the senior division at the baby show recently held in the Monrovia-Arcadia area His next door neighbor little Phillip Banks son of Mr and Mrs W E Banks was "duke" of the junior division Mr and Mrs J R Wand and daughter Merle 326 El Sur St were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Wand's parents Mr and Mrs William Jordan of 510 W Maple St Monrovia A week-end guest at the home of the E NV Horns 2115 Redell Ave was Mrs Horn's mother Mrs lian Pox of Pasadena Mr and Mrs IL Lumpkin and children Julie and Lennie of El Monte had Sunday dinner with them Realtors Balloting on Constitution President Lawrence Ryerson will preside over the monthly Arcadia Realty Board meeting at Carpenter's Tuesday night Following a 6:30 dinner a special vote on adoption of a new corporation constitution and by-laws will be taken er on incorporation with Duarte and John C McGill discussed the benefits of remaining under County control The panel was followed by a period of questions from the floor Also a speaker at the meeting was Stan Siepak who discussed the proposed A-2-Q zoning and urged residents to attend the A-1 zoning hearing to be held April 27 President Ray Ocheltree presided at the meeting Experimental Work at Cal Tech Told AZUSA April 8—Charles Newton assistant to the president of Caltech was guest speaker at a luncheon meeting of Kiwanis Wednesday Stating that Caltech is a self-supporting organization without financial aid from either State or federal government Newton told his audience of the work being carried on there in experimental lines These experiments he asserted Cal-tech will make for any company or person so long is it promises general interest and so long as financial aid in the specific work is forthcoming One experiment now completed is the plant which Cal-tech has worked on which can regulate climatic conditions thus making it possible to set up special climatic conditions in any part of the country This of course is especially interesting to agriculture Fred Becker director of the Valley Theater Guild was present at the meeting to discuss a play which Kiwanis is to sponsor in June Proceeds from this play will be used for the boys' and girls' summer camp fund 15 of Posse From Area The frequent appearance of Sheriff's Posse 5 operating from the sub-station at Temple City in this area is due to the fact that many Duarte and Monrovia horsemen are members With a full company of 50 riders 15 are from this section and the emergency kitchen is stationed in Duarte Local riders in the posse include Hal Lindsley captain: Merle Little 1st lieut Ed Whiter secretary-treasurer Rex Combs Art Beaucaire Sam Bengel Max Bengel Ray L Godwin C C Jackson H G MacDonald G G Reid Edgar Robinson Vern C Smith W L Wright and Bill Whiter The posse is fully equipped for extended emergency service and frequently serves in that capacity Art Teachers Dinner Guests AZUSA April 8—Barbara and Joe Gendron and Edna Smith were regent dinner guests of Laura Penny at Cotta Villa Mrs Gendron currently art teacher at Riverside was formerly apprentice art teacher at Citrus Union High School the position now filled by Miss Smith Both young women are graduates of Claremont College majorigg in art and minoring in social science Miss Smith serves as apprentice with Miss Penny and Nelson Price 18-Pump Service Station Planned An 18-pump gasoline station is purportedly being planned for the north E Huntington Drive frontage running east from Bradbourne Ave Surveying and establishment of grading points has been done but date of actual construction has not yet been set The identity of the builders and operators is not available at this time Named Director Of Church Wesley Spaulding of Arcadia today was named as a director of St Paul's Community Methodist Church of Temple City in an announcement of the organization's incorporation Other directors are: Helen Johnson of Temple City Florence Weidlein of Temple City and Minnie S Riley of El Monte Phone Monrovia 23891 for Regular Scheduled Rubbish Disposal Pickup Service ALSO LOAD OR PART LOAD PICK-UP BEST DISPOSAL CO "There Is One Best in Everything" Bank of America Building Room 214 525 S Myrtle Ave Monrovia - By ILIL BOYLE NEW YORK (W)—It is something to see a girl of 19 turn into a young lady in ten minutes Only one thing can cause that-4 sudden realization on her part that there is more to life than she has known I had a small part in such a drama the other day Frances and I helped a neighbor girl over one of those emotional hurdles by which people grow up It was something to remember And for us the experience held a little bonus of gladness merely because we were there in a strange experience of terror and beauty to the girl—and shared it with her I was waiting on the sidewalk in midtown when the cab rolled up with Frances and neighbor Neither reached for her purse to pay the hackie—what woman does when a man's handy to carry out his chief privilege?—so I forked over the cash The cabby winked at the girl and got a blank look back Sheltered Life We walked together into the big building—two ladies and a watchdog The girl put her hand in mine and gave me a small smile of confidence She had led a sheltered life If she suspected the ordeal ahead she gave no sign As quickly as possible we moved by elevator to the fifth floor We came into a long room full of strange furniture and men in strange cloaks A sudden cloud of doubt sailed across the girl's face My heart sank a little too for I wasn't sure just what lay ahead either The whole mission might have been abandoned right then except for Frances Women always have the courage in an emergency "Don't be afraid" said Frances "Come on The way you two look you'd think somebody was going to be murdered" Well I felt murder was a possibility—if anytthing happened to that girl The next moment she was seated in a chair and one of the strange men was coining at her with a sharp instrument The girl looked tensely ahead of her—and saw her own tense face staring back from a mirror Nina our godchild at the ripe old age of 19 months was about to get her first department store haircut As the scissors snipped off a bright blonde lock her face wrinkled and she let out a cry—the immemtrial feminine wail over loss "She probably thinks it's a bug crawling up the back of her neck and going to bite her" he said gravely Tears Stop Nina looked down at him The tears stopped at once and she gave him the smile with which Cleopatra imprisoned Mark Antony "Most of the crybabies here are boys—not girls" said the barber Folk Dancing Party Last Wednesday night the Davis School Girl Scouts of Duarte under the leadership of Mrs Hazel Goodrum traveled to the House of Neighborly Service In Monrovia and Initiated members of Monrovia Girl Scout Troop 37 into the intricacies of folk dancing REFRIGERATION COMMERCIAL Sales & Service STOEBE & PARTRIDGE DOuglas 74125 75 W Huntington Dr Arcadia ----MAUSOLEUM 1 oyle'p Column RSA EN New corridors of crypts and niches now available at moderate prices Unexcelled Provisions for CR EMA TION INURNMENT ENTOMBMENT SYcamore 7-3146 2227 NORTH RAYMOND AVE south of and adjacent to cemetary Open Enidays Ill 9 - A - 0 Ph 2-3191 for Correct Time 51 2 S Myrtle "Mister Robert" For some reason the men who cut baby girls' hair only have one name too Just like those who operate in the penthouse-priced salons "Aw I've had my hair cut many a time" boasted the boy We blew up a balloon for Nina arid that captivated her The work went swiftly by—snip snip—and the blonde treasure gave the floor a golden glitter Nina wept only once more That was when Mister Robert held her face tightly while he carefully snipped her bangs "Don't cry" pleaded the boy "It Just tickles" Nina gave him her sunbeam smile again The ordeal was over She looked at Mister Robert's labors in the glass and found them good She laughed She flirted with the boy and mirror Waves Goodbye She swaggered like a toreador when we took her to the toy floor She first settled on a fuzzy stuffed kitten then womanlike switched to a velvety bunny I put the girls back into a cab and Nina waved me goodbye like a Czarina dismissing an old lackey That night she tossed out Pinky her faithful elephant and went to sleep hugging her new rabbit In one day Nina had won a boy's heart had her first haircut and abandoned an old toy She would never be so young again And neither would her godfather SOJOURNER LODGE NO 607 F 8z A M '94CA:t Masonic Temple vor'e Foothill at Primrose Meets Every Friday Eve 7:30 Masonic Visitors Most Welcome if ! 0 'op t t4 UNSURPASSED -iO44A ti'11 r ACCOMMODATIONS ' 4°'0:11-61'' 41)--AT MODERATE PRICES I'::V—L WeautAlizmi ot:A'i -:::::tra!EILYMPiC I hil l‘il 41 Lir oT c EDDY AT -----:::--' :- ili-M1 fin TAYLOR SAN FRANCISCO It's DIAMOND Month! L ‘ ( ! ! I I (14 FOR EASTER Nationally Brands sed Brands 5 71 E 3 MEN-WOMEN CHILDREN SAVE $$$$$$ MONROVIA FACTORY SHOE OUTLET 145 E Colorado Mon AEZZ:1 PHONES: Mon 5911 DOuglas 7-1379 All Types of Wire Fencing BEAUTIFUL EASTER CARDS by Norcross Stanley Rust Craft and Hallmark EASTER SPECIAL 3 Pc Flower Arrangement Set Flower Bowl Pin Frog Figurine Yellow and Grey or Green and White 195 set ANDERSON'S STATIONERY AND GIFT SIIOP 521 S Myrtle Phone 11501 '1212311152 - April 13 Diareond Month and a very fitting time to give her that KRPPSAKE DIAMOND RING They are Beautiful Durable '50" Distinctive up We Are Monrovia's Authorized Keepsake Dealer 714 T Reliable Watch 1711& r? 'eweters Monrovia p lit SI b 4 I ) I MUM BM: I the "Dutch" auction being held by rignters mignuest oomoers ana WA VI A VA OAA gent dinner guests or Laura Penny 1 At -s 1311Arl 1"11117e9 1 the eSS and ProlessIonal Wo- ne b west jet jobs can realize their g"1 4 - - :-7-''- - - --' 3 Pc Flower Air and Airs Duane Wand and at Cotta Villa t - - - OZ5t- - ( 47111:0 ' 11 4 0 p ip nMeern'SatClUbD UAthencaltwMoeetaSn!sOrctinb: Ra rciht iaTe9 : 0S fa YtSh eMAa Sztuesra S R e gt ChOOIS CI sin g -----':- crEuitinegr er daughters Sandy and Sharon 421 ''''' Mrs Gendron r Arrangement Set - vd imelykr) tt house at 6:20 pm Tuesday office For Vacation Maydee St at the home of were Mrs MWand week-end broth pren High tice art teacher at C itr us Union guests i was formerly a - -r at Rivers de cu rently art teac h- p TAILOR- ' - - ip MADE 's I wgi' 4' - IL ! n o ositaat ----s---t4 - These articles may be any white High school graduates able to er-in-law and sister of Lynsvood by and Mrs filled FENCE COMPANY --- Flower Bowl (t7 I - elephant or other object not wanted pass the qualifying exam married or Duarte and Davis Schools are Murlin C School the position now - - Miss Smith Both young women '- - 242 W Duarte Road I Vgir ' by members at their homes with single in good health and of ex- closing today for the Ra-ster vaca- Carrithers are graduates of Claremont College -- ' Pin Frog r - ts aft!" it-v 211 '- l'): -- funds raised as a result of the sale cellent character are eligible Upon tion reopening April 18 The play- Richie Oagnebin eldest son of the majorisig in art and minoring in : PHONES: 0 Figurine 41tsia: 41 i50ti p I going to the clubs scholarship work graduation from a 52-week training grounds under adult leadership will 46111 Harold R Gagnebins 415 Meydee social science Miss Smith serves as Mon 5911 Isabel graduates ek days during the vaca- t was voted "king of the sen- apprentice with Miss Penny and : Douglas 7-1379 ' Yellow and Grey t R Mrs announces sabel Way Bonnard president per aviation on ca grauaes are be open commissioned second lieutenants tions for supervised games and rec- icor division at the baby show re- Nelson Price et::tE r CHNIC01° - and put on active duty reation - cently held in the Monrovia-Arcadia Iii s - OF t ' - 1 tkt ' 4 - ' '' 5 area His next door neighbor little 1 0 -1- in um p Service All Types of Wire :t' Green and White ? r '' ' P161 4i' l'4I-a i' t Mr ti Phillip Banks son of Mr and Mrs 1 0 Fencing 1 vt k T W E Banksas i 195 set 2ND FEATURE 0 ' :10 -tt 4 - Court Hears Serra Traditions w duke of the jun- ions ior division Station Planned 1 — 1 I l Mr and Airs J R Wand and - t I ii Li I sj a p ti i UsgyseriemOND5hsauPEM 12 NOON DAILY A E El th 14 --14rt" 4 I tl g):c 11 ---- -- 4t- copi T so-oows SAN GABRIEL April 8 GI'sr—A Roman Catholic court has heard old daughter Merle 326 El Sur St were An 18- - A California tales from descendants of Padre Juniper° Serra's hardy band Sunday dinner guests at the home pump gasoline station is Iter A S t BEAUT1 RA EASTER purportedly being planned for the 1 -'—' - 11-1211 -04-7-- Great Novel on Screen' crton Drive frontao-e CARDS Mrs William Jordan of 510 W '"'s101 n:411 I 1r -5 of explorers—tales that may help obtain sainthood for the founder of of Mrs Wand's parents Mr and north E Huntin ) the California missions by s 14-r- ' 1 '' '' "j Mal '' running east from Bradbourne As7e --MAUSOLEUM Norcros Stanley Rust i --2 Tottliir4: ---ile-- ill L- - u :z2 IINV OGA T lof by the famed Franciscan missionary the court yesterday took secret grading points has been done but In historic San Gabriel Mission—fourth in the chain of nine founded Maple St Monrovia Surveying and establishment of Ne to corridors of cc pts and niches Craft and Hallmark -' :' et'E'lltlt i ihmommi Ong KO lobe 11 r - - 414 -4- i itt lei 45:C testimony A week-end guest at the home of the E W Horns 2115 Redell Ave date of actual construction has not nett: available at moderate prices ' twee om 1''' I - '-' '-'00 The Franciscan Order started seven years ago on the long tedious was Mrs Horn's mother Mrs 41d1- yet been set The identity of the Unexcelled Provisions for SPECIAL 3IATUCEE Ic'e"k- s 1 I process of canonization for Padre Serra At least three years—and pos i ban Fox of Pasadena Mr and Mrs CREMATION ANDERSON'S IOWA PETIII ------------ sibly many more—will be taken up by the process L Lumpkin and children Julie builders and operators is not avail- PLUS INURNMENT SaturdaY Morning 10 O'clock able at this time SAVAGE OUTDOOR ADVENTURE! ENTOMBMENT STATIONERY "SO DEAR TO A TURE! and Lennie of El Monte had Sun- day dinner with them Named Director SYcamore 7-3146 AND GIFT SIIOP eattors Balloting Of Church 2227 NORTH RAYMOND AVE 521 S Myrtle Phone 11501 L1Y HEART" 'II RH '4' - Theatre Gnu Plans Production R south of and adjacent to cemetery IN CINECOL'OR1 1 1 OC " Constitution NSIEZZIEE1r Sponsored by rTA I - '':' - 01 -41 AZUSA April 8---The Valley The- develop their artistic leanings On Wesley Spaulding of Arcadia to- z ill ft A IT---3- 7- - w-Ttr3 -----------79p atre Guild now Ausa's civic theatre The studio production previous- day was named as a director of St by merit of its fine work in the ly scheduled for April 11 will be ‘ President Lawrence Ryerson will Paul's Community Methodist Church - last year and a half since its origi- held at a later date because of the preside over the monthly Arcadia of Temple City in an announcement s--- - - nation by Fred Becker alley The- many other current activities of the Realty Board meeting at Carpen- of the organization's incorporation 7:z - s asillia4p‘ --- - 7-- - (C-m-3te ' '''''-'" - - ' 4NH''"'''''"1--'"a'' 3r V atre Guild director is preparing for Guild The exact date will be on- 4111714t- -"" ' ell't:- '"vi77I- '71- 71 : Y is ) 40'I 1V11113M Hoiden Lee Cobb Th 0- e - 1 k ': r - - " 1 64 ! I I r 1 Jungle Jim I v2411 Johnny Weismuller "The Dark Past" i " tsf--: s Attend the Ester Services at this 1?:44-1 : I etetw-"Arc r -4 t a- L i —u' Theatre Easter Morning another studio production nounced later There will be two dinner a special ote on adoption on of Temple City Florence Weid- This production will feature skits plays: "e Night Alarm" directed of a new corporation constitution lein of Temple City and Minnie S t and plays by new directors—super- by Mr and Mrs Burton Porter and and by-laws will be taken Riley of El Monte vised by Fred Becker guild direc- "Who's Guilty?" a play by Dick Gar- ton Becker who endeavors to bring stang of this city and boasting audi- t forth all talent in his long list of ence participation t guild members hopes that this di- Blackouts will be featured as well ter's 'Tuesday night Following a 6:30 Other directors are Helen John- v s - t s - ----- : -------- tellyis Al e:rf- ------- ilwAIL 4100 I I' DIAMOND Mon th :— i 41---"' --- -o-------tetziw ---E ------t---P- ---v-------e---- recting by novices to the art will including a hill Lilly skit written and acted in by Belle McLaughlin Tentative plans also call for a danc- April is Diareond Month 411111b 1 Amo --- 11111"1111111b"""117c13 ing skit which is currently in the 1 Phone Monrovia 2-3891 f 4 and itaevreleryr hltattinig tirne 11 -v7- AZTEC HOTEL gat tel Al 111 process of development a--- Q to g t -P r 'r ) t : DANCING CLUB for Regular Scheduled i SAKE DIAMOND - 1 A il 411r7-7444cr ' RING 'rhey are Beau- 1 (awl A TWIN LAUGH RILL Again! Rubbish Disposal -- -- tifal Durable TOMORROW NIGHT It's That Time osal Distin '50" t ctive up Abbott and Costello ' 1 7IN Saturday Apr 9 Pick-up Service W e Are Monrovia's in the Patio Room of "IN THE NAVY" Shellubrication I Authorized Keepsake with the Andrews Sisters 0 the Aztec Hotel 7 ALSO LOAD OR PART LOAD PICK-UP T f DealeerRe liable M ti007 Memberships Available Soft lights smart atmosphere ALSO '-ross) and good dance music to make BEST DISPOSAL CO Ph 2-3191 no 11::( Watch (7-'V you feel out of this world for an Ab Motor Tuneup bott and Costello "There Is One Best in Everything" for Correct C0 ft epa ir -A' evening An event to give you Bank of America Building Room 214 Time N‘ a glorious lift throughout the in Zerell 8 Wicks 525 S Myrtle Ave Monrovia Open ---------- AtivAst& i -i Al" N V T week Fridays lir - zveters "WHO DONE IT" 100 SHELL SERVICE - - N Ill 9 e AZTEC DANCING CLUB with Wam Bendix 324 S Myrtle rhone 84 1yrtle l onros ia au W Foetbill Monrovia 512 S 3 A - r 1 t A g k r -Ine work nip—and the the floor a more That art held her irefully snip-the boy 'It mbeam smile s over She t's labors in m good She ith the boy a toreador he toy floor fuzzy stuffed ke switched : into a cab goodbye like n old lackey 1 out Pinky and went to rabbit won a boy's haircut and She would L And neithr LODGE 607 A M Temple Primrose Eve 7:30 it Welcome Act Cot propert mort ga auction that tb that or Sm workeri to secu 1 AEC: College PlaY "r Auditot Direc rl u I S To Joe dora D-:spatc a groll Who w Of the A sP1 that th to buil4 amity to a: additio any e avallab The klr-son when 1 last ye work Charnb ) A 1 avauanle to Ude area art w y o i re t s Too work by Laura Fenny DOIDOCI 1( aC011011 - - - - -- - Its Lae scissors suippeu OIL a ' -- - f- & ' - ar ear tts psenize St Present at the dinner were the The editor will be W'illiam C At- bright blonde lock her face wrinkled ' 1 '‘" '- - - - - kir-son who edited the Dispatch Reunion Planned this year more than the 24 accepted honoree her parents Mr and Mrs and she let out a cry—the immem- -Bittli - wr when it was founded but resigned Magazine Editor teams requested to play in the Charles H Bishop: her brother rorn rea trial feminine wail over loss tiNIR - MT "Aatit last year He will also continue ue his games but ere refused regretfully Rad her grandparents Mr and i She probably thinks it s a bug work as secretary of the Duarte Guest in Azusa Citrus Union High School senior AZUSA April 8 — A group of because of lack of housing facilities Mrs Bruno Montero of Los An- "li ' crawng up the back of her neck ' 9 6 Chamber Of Commerce for the men One of the 24 accept- geles her uncle and aunt Mr and The frequent appearance of Sher- and going to bite her he said k girls are planning a final school get ed teams however had to drop out Mrs Hal Blair of Van Nuys Mr iff's Posse 5 operating from the gravely "-- FOR EA S i - AZUSA April 8—Fanny Ellsworth together at Balboa Island during First day of the series was Thurs - and Mrs Victor Jacobsen and Con- sub-station at Temple city in this Tears Stop 1 TER - o t i c eh b ‘ day I t h half of them eliminated editor of the popular Ranch Ro- Easter week nie of Reseda Jack Coombe of PtCg 0 101 PICTUISS NV area is due to the fact that many Nina looked do Th don at him e -' Nationally Advertis Br ed ands i la na -gtor mances Magazine was the guest of ilk -'T f -- !":-4 4 With some leaving Saturday for at that time Santa Monica Mr and Mrs Dick Duarte and Monrovia horsemen are tears stopped at once and she gave 2 Tin d Ethel Larson of 1 4- Isabel NVay of 106 San Gabriel the beach resort and others leav- Wth Citrus Jaycee as host team mp an a members With a full company of him the smile with which Cleopatra tra r 00 3 — NONV PLAYING — Ave yesterday afternoon Los Angeles 1 ing Sunday the girls are Charlotte many prizes are being awarded in 50 riders 15 are from this section imprisoned Mark Antony itD 'Ig Miss Ellsworth is on the West VIOLENT PASSIONS CLASH! Henderson Shirley Duval Meredith the tournament These include and the emergency kitchen is sta- "Most of the crybabies here are Coast to consult with authors who Mr and Mrs Richard Ostrander Mendenhall I ma Mae Piper Eliza- tioned in Duarte boys—not girls" said the barber MEN—WOMEN ': I - v: contribute to the magazine on her oeth Mumpower Jeannine lklum- of Sunland were Sunday guests at - -4--- - I 5 1101 t needs for the next year Ruby pow er Shirley Mumford Betty Mc- the home of the Cecil D Cart- Local riders in the posse include - CHILDREN : 7 '(4::ita t vie pi -ri-'-) ' :-v- Thomson well known Azusa auth- D uar te S ouven i rs wrights 428 El Sur St Hal Lindsley captain Merle Little Folk Dancing Party Coy Nancy Hummel Beverly Hardy 1st lieut Ed Whiter secretary- SAVE $$$$$$ cress along with Mrs Way and Last Wednesday night the Davis A - tAJ 119---- -- - ' - ' 43! Thomas Barclay (Bunk) Thompson and Linda Akin treasurer x mbs Art Beau- N 44-- 6-- 4 - t - e The girls will be chaperoned by Wanted for Fiesta Mr and Mrs Ralph Heller te rer Re Cc 339 School Girl Scouts of Duarte under t-- caire Sam Bengel Max Bengel Ray MONROVIA 1 ea 4 pi' i - coJerred at the IN ay home in the m Nr El Sur St and a party of young the leadership of Mrs Hazel Good- I -440- mew- - -----:------- :Llia early afternoon iss era Jean Henderson daugh-With L Godwin C C Jackson H G rum traveled to the House of Neigh- !! — COMPANION HIT — ter of Mr and Mrs Dave Hender- La Fiesta de Duarte plans people recently spent a pleasant MacDonald G G Reid Edgar Rob- FACTORY Later afternoon hours were de- son of Azusa who will be spending ped up a cail is being made by day at Rosario Beach Mexico Ac- bony Service In Monrovia and 4 Allan "Rocky" Lane voted to an open house in honor c the DuarteChamber of Commerce companying the Hellers were Mrs Smith NV inson Vern C L 1Nright SHOE OUTLET 'The Denver Kw' 1 - 1 o ' of Miss Ellsworth for many other the East h er week ere coming down w for the cooperation of all citi- Heller's sister Beatrice Stine of I and Bill Whiter initiated members of Monrovia Girl Scout Troop 37 into the intricacies 145 E Colorado Mon 4Ati - from '30 4440-- well known writers in the valley school Bakersfield here she teaches zens in locating authentic relics Los Angeles and James Hathaway The posse is fully equipped for of folk dancing amonz whom was Tom Blackburn and mementoes of the Andreas Margaret Hathaway and Paul Cos extended emergency service and ''4117! iff----f------- e- -0100- hi Trrt Duarte era and the succeedinz well all of Compton frequently serves in that capacity 1 1 Aismankail 2 -POST IValleydat Camino -sfeal Residents ' i MONROVIA NEWS POST 1 e 11 it ovle's Column r Nar '1110 MF "now gio "ow 11Mr- i -- s°mellilmg u 1C11 LIU Lau oat oy n suARTE- Recommended Ilf od 111 ciir to see a girl of 19 turn into a young only have one name too Just like If the straw ballot taken last angles of the question preceded er on incorporation with Duarte lady "iln In'4u)tes7 is those 11 se who operate in the penthouse- night at the meeting of the Cam- the vote R E Hardy discussed and John C McGill discussed the Only one thing can cause that-4 priced salons - ino Real Improvement Association annexation to Arcadia stating benefits of remaining under Coun- sudden realization on her part that "Aw I've had my hair cut many - held at Santa Fe School is a true that that city :Ian gone on ree- ty control 1411VA V AZ 111U I V IA' AAA LI ZLIC 1100 0 LAAAA 0—--ra - 1 A Nu residents of the Valleydale subdivi- sion area immediately south of Azusa drew a step nearer realiza- Indication residents of the area ord as not being interested in The panel was followed by a known are pretty Welt satisfied to remain acquiring the additional territory period of questions from the floor We blew up a balloon for Nina I had a small part in such a and that captivated her The work tion today under County jurisdiction On the other hand Monrovia is Also a speaker at the meeting drama the other day Frances and went swiftly by—snip snip—and the County Manager Wayne Allen has In the balloting 205 votes were interested in Camino Real an- was Stan Siepak who discussed I helped a neighbor girl over one of blonde treasure gave the floor a recommended that the Board of cast for remaining in the County nexation stated E S Hutchison the proposed A-2-Q zoning and those emotional hurdles by which golden glitter FRIDAY APRIL 8 1919 Supervisors next Tuesday approve only four favored incorporation who outlined what Monrovia could urged residents to attend the A-1 people grow up Nina wept only once more That a nntiro nf intentinn tn tnirrhqsP with Duarte and three annexation offer the area in the way of fire zoning hearing to be held April It was something to remember was when Mister Robert held her A v1 el frsvo vc In es eetrIrsesstes 1-soN1-1 es — — w-irs 1 es Ines esmysesfillitr I tk aaatiat EMI I OMASCNO - - 1 0 i4ki '0'1 dc w 104SURPASSED VIOLENT PAIONS t 1-11 ienaersonriey Duval Meredith the tournament -Inese clue ana me emergency Kitcnen is sa t- iuost ol we cryuaules riere are ( ---N SS -- CLASH! ' CcTs-t-to-Toras-iiii- w--i-th--aut-ii-O-rs W--11-o- Mendenhall Ina Mae Piper Eliza- m ti Mr and Mrs Richard Ostrander tioned in Duarte boys—not girls" said the barber -- -- ' - C-vr contribute to the magazine on her beth Mumpower Jeannine Mum- Of Sun land were Sunday guests at - -- 1 115 It t rtz lk er Shirley MumfordBetty Mc- ' needs for the next year Ruby the home of the Cecil D Cart- Local riders in the posse include Hal Lindsley captain Merle Little Folk Dancing Party --if Shirley - -4 ---''- - '- - 'fre'' ' - '''' TIo-nson well known Azusa auth- Coy Nancy Hummel Beverly Hardy Duarte Souvenirs wrights 428 El Sur St ' k 't4-' ' 11- t:i ' -'''114ir 06t - 1' cress along w ith Mrs Way and N 1st lieut Ed V rhitcr secretary- T-9 st Wednesday night the Davis --- it ' o '-' 14-V k --4:' and Linda Akin treasurer Rex Ccbs Art Beau- "--" 10 atv 4 A --:- -kF r Thomas Barclay (Bunk) Thompson Wanted for Fiesta Mr and Mrs Ralph Heller 339 m School Girl Scouts of Duarte under rtt -W44 iN 4 N 4 '' i'44' 4 ' ' k conferred at the 'Way home in the The girls will be chaperoned by El Sur St and a party of young caire Sam Bengel Max Bengel Ray the leadership of Mrs Hazel GoodI --440- mo- ''- -----4-------4:eia early afternoon Miss Vera Jean Henderson daugh-L Godwin C C Jackson H G 11! ter of Mr and Mrs Dave Hender- With La Fiesta de Duarte plans people recently spent a pleasant rum traveled to the House of Neigh- — COMPANION HIT — MacDonald G G Reid Edgar Rob- bony Service In Monrovia and Later afternoon hours were de- son of Azusa who will be spending shaped up a cail is being made by day at Rosario Beach Mexico Ac- inson Vern C Smith W L Wright i Tr n "Rocky" Lane voted to an open house in honor the Easter week here coming down the D rteChamber of Commerce companying the Hellers were Mrs and Bill Whiter initiated members of Monrovia Girl e Denver Kid" of Miss Ellsworth for many other fro Bakersfield where she teaches for the cooperation of all citi- Heller's sister Beatrice Stine of I Scout Troop 37 into the intricacies -41w - -- f 'ttoil' -'' m 314k 44410-' well known writers in the valley zens in locating authentic relics Los Angeles and James Hathaway The posse is fully equipped for of folk dancing school amonz whom was Torn Blackburn and mementoes of the Andreas Margaret Hathaway and Paul Cos- extended emergency service and — - 77V A ' 4 Nerl - burn Duarte era and the succeeding well all of Compton frequently serves in that capacity - L- l --it' 1 -i- i- ' Graduates May arty days of this section t REFRIGERATION "4- ---4‘ef - - - Anyone having such an item or Last Tuesday Mrs D R Heller A COMMERCIAL A i' I - -'1:: r''- - Club Schedules knowing of any that might be 2165 Redell Ave was honored with Art Teachers Sales & Service - - ' : - - - Become Cadets loaned for a carefully guarded ex- a potluck luncheon given at her - -' - - ' -' - 205 IFOOTHia boa asix viegerzy - I Dutch' Auction hibit during the celebration of home by the P-TA board of Wash- Dinner Guests STOEBE & PARTRIDGE éltoke k006 etVA 90 AZUSA April 8—"Men with a Duarte's 108th anniversary is re- ington Junior High School of Pas- DOuglas 7-3125 75 W Huntington Dr Arcadia AZUSA April 8—Members are re- yearning to be up in the wild blue quested to contact the secretary adena Mrs Pauline Handy prin- AZUSA April 8—Barbara and Joe Now FLAYING quested to bring something toward yonder flying America's fastest at 2017 E Huntington Drive cipal of the school and 16 members Gendron and Edna Smith were re- ra-Vit2E41 (171111t e77Tyg9 the 13112irleSS and ProlessInal Wo r isauem the "Dutch" auction being held by mal II M I rl frit men's Club when it meets o for din- fighters mightiest bombers and newbetst je”t jobs1 Jant realitze Elmer Sc am i ion says las er Sg lhools Closing of the board were present ' Mr and Mrs Duane Wand and gent dinner guests of Laura Penny - - ----- - - at Cotta Villa --xtr474 currently art teach- t4 T A 1 1 nO '' :72-

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