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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - October 26, 1939, Arcadia, California Page fourth Arcadia Tribune and news thursday october 26, 1030 t it h full schedule for week Junior red Cross work is told to a varied program stressing safety was presented mothers at first Avenue Parent teachers meeting tuesday afternoon. Chief Donald g. Ott. Of Arcadia police department discussed methods employed by local Law enforcement of fires to protect juveniles. Pupils of Alison Miriam Haddox presented a play let a careless Jane learns a mrs Eugene Harpole president headed the meeting mrs. Maxine be Balling assisted by girl scouts led the Salute to the Flag with which the session opened. The glee club Sang a group of numbers under the direction of mrs. A. R. Sweeney. Announcement were made by mrs. I i. Austin who described the adult education courses offered mothers by . A., and called attention to classes held at first Avenue mrs. J. H. Wheeler pointed out tile advantages derived from . A. Membership and mrs. R h. Scofield Council president announced the performance of a a pinocchio to staged at Monrovia hic ii Choc november 9. . A. Social activities will elude a dessert Bridge to be held on november 8, at the Home of mrs. Eugene Harpole and a sewing group to be started the same afternoon by mrs. Meyer Fink at her Home. A Small charge is to be made for these meetings. Re hostesses at the Tea that followed Hea the meeting were mesdames j. C. Carrow and William Laselle. Joint room teas on Friday. First Avenue entertained mothers of 7th and 8th Grade pupils at a joint Tea in the new quarters of the Industrial arts department. Guests included e. E. Westerhouse. Superintendent of City schools mrs. E j. Porri. Principal of Holly Walter Coombs principal of first ave to organize new group for Arcadia Church the final step in organization of a missionary group of younger of Arcadia Community Church was to be taken this afternoon at 2 o clock when mrs Dorothy Harrison. Hoi South fourth Avenue opens Lier Home to interested women. On wednesday last the world service club staged a social after on noon for the ladies with prettily decorated halloween tables for Yeti freshmen to and traditional halloween games As part of the afternoon s entertainment. A Nursery where guests left their youngsters was in charge of mrs. Evelyn Springstead. Mrs. Lyda h. Fiske. Wife of the pastor mrs. Harrison and mrs. Bernice Borden d the committee. Explain the International aspects of Junior red Cross work was tile purpose of the meeting and Tea Given Friday afternoon in the athenaeum of Cal tech. Mrs. Ellen Norris chairman of Arcadia red Cross Branch mrs Elsie j Porri. Junior red crosshair Iman and miss Belle Royal representing the Junior red Cross of 1 first Avenue school were among the crowd that heard or. James a 1 b. Scherer world traveler and writer Tell of Japan and China. Mrs Neff teacher at Guad Vajari me told of work amongst the mex-1 lean Rural school children and How those children eagerly looked Forward to Christmas boxes sent by the Junior red Cross. Motion picture of Junior red Cross work in Japan completed the program. Lowest everyday shelf prices Pierson a son i u Quality meats and Delicatessen prices quoted on regular Cut Only a sirloin or porterhouse roast always tender and Juicy steaks always tender sirloin Poi in 35 porterhouse Poi nit Bone poem of my i roasts Chuck Pound nue mrs. Helen Lubetkin scout woman s club headed a party of Leader and Arthur Teachout in 2 music Section members when Struc Tor. Teachers present besides or. Members of Arcadia woman club. Their husbands and friends have been invited to attend the third annual civic conference at Chaffey Junior College. Ontario november i. Sponsored jointly by Fontana woman s club and the College. The 1939 conference has As its topic the present european conflict and its effects on both sides of the Atlantic. Reservations Are being received at the office of the president of the College until october 28. Preparation Are being made to accommodate Well Over goo delegates who attended last year s meeting from mrs. Helen Lumpkin chairman of communities As far North As Santa the Arcadia Maria and from san Diego in the Outh. Or. William g. Campbell and or Thev attended the monthly District Claude Buss both University of baby beef round Bone poem pot roast poem 19 Short ribs poem attend Sig it4 isp4 roast 35 Eastern Grain fed ill in the music Section of whole or Shank half leg roast per Poi in Blade or loin end loin roast per Pound whole or Shank end shoulder Sio ast per Pound 14 2c music Section conference at Feder Southern California professors who Teachout. Were miss Dorothy Butts lotion Headquarters on monday. Have recently returned from Europe mrs. Diedrick miss Haddox. Mrs among the program artists heard will open the morning discussion Thompson miss Thelma Moran the group was Farlin Myers with lectures on Germany Russia. Voting american composer pianist Poland. England miss Jane Nevin. Mrs. Smith mrs. A. R. Sweeney. Guests of or. Teachout a and and France and who presented a group of original their positions in the present con 1 room were mesdames v. L. Massey Harold staff. R. H. Scofield c. R Maltbie e. W. Hanson. R. C. Smith. Wood Glover. Miller h. B compositions. Those in the party besides in filet. Or. Campbell will also show coloured moving pictures taken Dur beef hearts Small hearts hog liver Lumpkin were mrs. Maxine Balling ing the past few months and show mrs. Ethel Frentress mrs. E. M. Ing incidents which have now taken we timerhoff. Mrs. Florence Anderson their place in history. In to do. Hog kidneys beef kidneys of Tail in la. C. Kuester c. In do Smih g. Rose w. Mrs. Caroline Ganther. Mrs. Jessie Quot keeping cheerful in a world of Fink. Mrs. Thelma bin was Host Stewart. Mrs. Florence Mccaleb. is the topic of or. James to Ess. Mrs. Anna mrs. Morals 7b1 room was pre Hagen mrs. Esther sided Over by mrs. Everett Gray. Mrs. Lola Trew. Mesdames j. C. Nelson c. N. Down ing g. Osborne h. E. Coleman Nora Cayer r. E. Simpson r. M. A a fear amp a w Charles Quot Gilbert a. C. Delkin and Locke were present. Mrs. Louise Laselle was hostess to miss Thompsons 7a Grade. Mothers at the Tea included mesdames Lumpkin mrs. B. O. Hough and scottish rite will sponsor ladies night Whitcomb Brougher jr., pastor of the first Baptist Church Glendale. He will be introduced by mrs. Earle Smith president Southern District California federation of women clubs. Quot issues of the european War As they affect the americas a is the subject of the afternoon session which will present or. Earl Cranston. Professor of history. University 2 Pound cello pkg. Each Arcadia masons and their friends a Redlands and or. Henry c. Niese. Hazel Smith Elizabeth Robey Betty today had been invited to attend the Consul Republic of Argentina. They Neitzel Hattye maty Jane ladies night dinner dance to be held will be followed by a panel discus Hedda saturday evening under the auspices Sion participated in by six men and Keefe. Jennie of Elmgreen Pearson country Quality sausage la. The scottish rite Cathedral Mcclung. Mildred Kennett Florence of the Pasadena scottish rite in women representing the Home 150 school Church and business. At the close of the conference the following the 75 cent Turkey Din 90 voices of the Junior College a Cappella choir led by s. Earle Blakeslee will offer a Vesper serv Hart and w. L. Humphreys. In miss Haddox 8b2 class were. North Madison Avenue besides the hostess mrs. William s. Conrad mesdames j. A Bower f. Ner. A Stellar program of entertain a. Meyers Fred Bishop. W. H. Ment will be staged with dancing legs 1939 baby Spring Lamb Pound Wrede Ivan c. Gruwell. Hazel l. Concluding the evening. Tickets May ice other music at the All Day meet Smith Ralph Devault Riley. Phil be purchased at the door lips Jackson Bauer and Wrede. Mrs. Evelyn Heim and mrs. Amy Roberts were hostess to mothers of pupils in or. Smith s and miss Butts classes. Mothers attending mesdames j. D. Bauer present play mrs. Lee Lundberg is presenting1 the one act comedy play in which were i she acts As Well As directs before Bennett Gladys the Emblem club of Monrovia the ing will be furnished by the Chaffey orchestra under the direction of Ralph Streano. Breast Pound to shoulders Pound 18 chops Pound John Vanderbur. Henrietta auxiliary group of the elks on Gault Pauline Stanley. F Kempton. Thursday november 1. The play Young hostess plans party e. J. Sturdevant Laura a Roland presented for the first time before l. R. Curtis l. H. Wheeler. Robert j. M. Glyn and d. E. Curry. Mrs. Grace a Day was hostess to club a costumed halloween party will the Gold Hill players attracted so Given saturday night by i. Much attention that the Emblem Barbara Scofield Young daughter of Northern Kraut All skinless wieners for regular 59c value mrs. Diedricks room mothers. Pres with ent were mesdames w. A. Best h. Rothbury of Arcadia and Dick my Grobmeier Albert Adcock h. W. Brown. K l. Kidd. Mary b. Wheeler. A h. Persons f. A. Jackson Harold asked to see it. In the cast or and mrs. R. H Scofield for mrs. Lundberg Are George group of her school Currus. The party will be from 7 to is amp ivs mincemeat 2lbs 25 Moyler and Walter Gerfen of Mon-1 o clock and will feature the Trade Rovia. Tonal games and customs of Halio Hawkins Charles Martell r. M. Oakley Gray. Mae l. Brown w. Ii. Nesbitt and Faith a. Coombs. Kindergarten . A. The Sierra Madre arts Guild in vites arcadians to a Quot Greenwich Ann Digg we in. Invited Are Marilyn Frederickson Roberta Goodwin mar Village night Ana a hillbilly cos on Wilkinson. Ruth Ewing Wil ame party to be held saturday i and Billy Sloan. Mary Ellen and kindergarten . A. Was to meet night october 28. At the old Adobe David Archibald John Victor c afternoon at Holly Avenue Aust Dit Orlum at 2 30 o clock. Randolph will be the gut Trio of Alfred James Dewey. The Al Ted Scott George Hart irs. Carl committee in charge headed by or. Bobby Phillips Vance Longden she will discuss Quot enriched Livina through mental development a a display of books suitable for kindergarten and pre school children will be shown by mrs. Ran speaker. Dewey promises a night of Quot frivolity and Helen and Mary Savage and Nevil Bennett. Cudahy a Puritan a a tender skinned per Pound. Cudahy s a Gold coins picnics per poem lean corned picnics per poem is the afternoon class of kindergarten children will sing halloween songs. Tea will be served after the met Ting. Mrs. R e. Scott jr., and mrs. Paul Gibbs will be co hostesses. I Psi Possum scheduled Fob Post. Ii fresh smoked and Salt fish Green shrimp scallops Haddock i pm i in oysters j in doze v a Halo the e n let shopping bag Supply you with your special Nee for a More gala halloween party. We always carry a full Stock of seasonal items at resonable Price. Special Low prices for hallowed Libby s tomatoes shopping bae special apricots no. 2. Can in All lilt Coffee i la. Can 49 Good Ripe peaches can no. Shortening format i a. 3 lbs. 16 45 Dole pineapple juice no. 2 can 40 of. Cai Dainty mix apricots no. I can no. 2 a can Martinelli quart gallon 8 14c Apple cider Chi Kerns la of. Bot. Catsup j Val Vita no. So tins la /3 tomatoes fresh Oregon no. 2h can prunes of sour pitted big 16 of. Can 11 cherries Ray Mal no. 2 2 can pumpkin i i Val Vita new no. 2 a can i u potatoes i Libby scorned beef hash i no. 2 can a 16 Crisco flt Jjck 3 lbs. 48< ebb is tamales \ no. 2 can j 14 dash regular soap powder pc Gian 441 Libby a veal loaf 4 no. J tin a 15 part free pottery soap powder giant 54 Del Monte plums a no. 2h can Ait Del Monte i i cocktail tall tin in it 11c Del Monte peas no. 2 can la Globe a l flour to Pound bag. 36 Fame tomatoes solid pack no.21 a can. La Fame peas Green Garden no. 2 can la Fame Tomato juice gallon style tins. 26 Fame peaches yellow cling no. 2cans. H i sen Spray no. I tins fruit cocktail c no 21 a tins 15 i r Phoi for your hat Hiram walkers Monogram 5 years old too proof bottled in Bond Bourbon $1 full quart Globe a a la noodles a-1"�?i la. Cello bag 17 Lindsay a 6 years old imported Globe a a a la a Maccarone or Spaghetti 3 be. Ski 17 scotch Globe �?oa-1�?� biscuit flour fifth gallon Quality guaranteed 2 la. Pkg. Globe �?oa-1�?� cake 21 a la. Pkg. Flour 1sc Welch grape juice pint quart 21c 39c Pabst fat cheese 2 pkg. 25c Kerns Chili sauce to of. Bot. 9c old Quaker 3 year old Bourbon town tavern 3 year old Rye Fei Pabst Beer 12 of. Cans 2 for 23c full quart 25c fresh fillets i rap in Wax Large 16c last rites for Nona Genaria Acme a East Sid 11 of. Stienlet i for 25c l Ull quart 20c mar funeral services were cond monday afternoon for mrs Elizabeth Brown. 96. From the it. W. B. Temple. Rev. A. Nowell officiated. Interment was made in live Oak cemetery. Mrs. Brown a cd away Friday. A resident of Arcadia for the past 20 ears mrs. Brown tvs born in gut pm Ontario february to 1843. She made her Home Here with her son William j. Brown 1327 South second Avenue. Besides her son in Arcadia she is survived by two sons Norman f of Toronto Canada and Robert r. Brown of Sud Burro Canada three grandchildren residing in Southern California h Stanley blown of Pasadena and lome Hoover of Hollywood five grandchildren in he till a record throng expected to attend and participate the Day s activities the annual picnic of the Glenn Dyer St no. 217. American legion Post and auxiliary will i d sunday in Arcadia county Park. Lowest everyday shelf prices lowest everyday shelf prices lowest Ever commander Archie Bradley and Lapel mrs. William d. Libby Are outlining the Day s program starting at to a. Rn., and winding up at 5 in the afternoon. Headlining the sports program it was reported last night is the grudge softball Battle Between teams captained by past commander s. S Stubbs and Quot hearts Kent. Final plans for the picnic event completed at last tuesday nights regular meeting of the Post in the legion clubhouse on North first Avenue in the form of a joint session with the Sierra Madre legionnaires. Supper plan a no staged a Mon i lie same time. California and on supper meeting he clubhouse. Nic nation Aliv known detective. 1 the principal speaker at this screening of Par Otic Moth lures marked this weeks ses. The past with representative the following posts attending Nadia. Sierra Madre Pomona Terey Park. Al Monte Monrovia Huntington Park. Past District of in rider Bill Clark of Al Monte j attended. The business sect ing was Short and ports from committees including that on the National convention Given by Claud Buzard. Another feature re it Ort was that of Waite preliminary Schouten on the 1225 Baldwin ave. West Arcadia near Duarte Road Mee it Nils specials Lor thurs., october 26 27,28 Fri. And sat a grandchild work was launched for the Amus membership drive. Progri lowest everyday shelf lowest everyday shelf prices

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