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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - October 26, 1939, Arcadia, California Thursday october 20, i re or it tur Arcadia Tribune Nyrl news Dunbar original shr Imp ret marshmallows i la. Cello Bap. Pair fir lowest everyday shelf prices 8 i fruit cud a Grapefruit no 2 can so d Beech but Eastern i Tomato juice f cd a cd la it 50 of. An aint by Schilling s i la. I Coffee 2sc 2 lbs. 49� Upton a Tea la. 20 a a la. 38 Stalky a free dish loth starch 2tor 12� Libby s of i in Bantam Coen no. 2 can of a Bis White meat tuna no. 1 fins 14�?T Roxiana upon Bakers c. E. Holds skating party thursday Friday saturday october 26, 27, 28 cinnamon Rolls dozen i9t i of Fine chocolate mints i ii. Box Libby a peas no. 2 can la top Row big no. 2 j tins Esq Hominy j la better maid big no. 2. Tins i i 2 Reo Beans Val Vita big no. 2 a tins m pork amp beams j of Mario italian jumbo 22 of. An i Spaghetti top Row big no. 2 tins m Lima Beans i taste Well Corn Sweet no. 2 can i saturday oct. 28, Only halloween cup cakes 2 for so halloween cake49c halloween ice Cream Pecan Roll. 89c phone Atwater 7-3064 try produce co fresh i olo Khz i la. 2 lbs. I Libby a Coffee jc2c Juc Catsup la of. Bot. Star Olive 1 a a pint. Pint jhi.1 of Libby s p1l 21 19� tip Appie butter a i no. I tall can fruits and vegetables ohm Kingsford Yahoo cornstarch �7c starch pre. Pkg. 9 it 1 1 no Eckles by. Jar i4 i tall tins Quorn a wafer 7-3134 Iween Celebration extra fancy by. Wonder Beans la. To palmolive soap fresh Bary carrots the seventh Arcadia Parent school boart Quot first Avenir the High school Christianen Leavor of Arcadia Community Hurch held a skating party Satur in night at the Pasadena Baptist Church. Skating a. Enjoyed from 7 to to 1 in after which tile group Jour eyed to tile Home of or. And or Roy Baldwin of Arcadia where ref were served. A Community sing was enjoyed around an open fireplace in the charming Garden of tile Baldwin s Home those at tile party were besides the hosta or. And mrs. Baldwin Lois Christopher Paul Combs Jack Dougherty Rosemary Dougherty Ruth Harrison Virginia Hopper Kent Kues Ter. Wesley deeper Calvin Meehan Bob Sheadel Mary Schadel Pat Schouten Betty Smith Bema j 0f a character Hue Smith Francis Smith Phillis Wahine Margaret Wiggin june Williams and Francis Winifred own carnival promises Ioie Gili event wisc hex annual halloween carnival sponsored by read hers associations and Tho Arcadia i get underway next tuesday evening at Date set for annual y. M. C. A. Night at Church a co operating in staging the carnival Are the two schools with the children preparing and decorating Booths according to their own designs and ideas tile three . A groups wll have Ijo Oths of Candy Popcorn balloon. Logs doughnuts Bot tile annual featuring the y. M a a night opening ceremonies building units sponsored by the a by a in the Santa Anita District will be held thursday night. November 9, in the social Hall of the Arcadia Community Church. Announcement of the special night demonstration was made yesterday afternoon by e j Simon Cis of Monrovia Secretary of the Santa Booths Anita District which tamales i tied punch Coffee and cider for Sale to tile merry makers they will also give free favors to All children attending an innovation for this year will be the costume Parade in which parents Are invited to participate. Halloween or hard time costume will be appropriate official say. Special prizes for the Best costume will be awarded grown ups and children. Besides the Many fascinating to afford amusement fun. A a embraces Aranco Fooce there will be a program of i Ipi it \ onr5 Vla Erra Marp and entertainment part of which i e Monte the local event however surrounded by an heavy air olae will be staged Only by the Arcadia Crecy and mrs. Karl e. Quigley and programmed to participate in the be a a a event a Anu Ltd ated Liv Are Margaret Mac Quigley -016 Bella function Are the Friendly indians Cal f a rent ant Chad a 4e Vista drive arrived safely in new pioneers midshipmen his and m Dren the Yor last week on the altered Triy a Parent a up fait pallet the Usvat a United states liner president hard Are invited As Well As All others. 1 us a a my which was caught in a Hurri wishing to see the value of a by a Munuz p in entire Corninne while in route to new York leadership Simon is said. A _ from France and England with 597 passengers 73 of whom were badly injured. The storm they said came upon them with startling suddenness. Tile wind Rase creating a heavy sea culminating in a mountainous wave that crashed Over the ship. Passengers were knocked Down and furniture toppled Over on them As the vessel rolled dangerously. Some of them were shot out of thence bins As if from a gun and were dashed against the corridor Walls. Ambulances were at the pier to take the More seriously Hurt to hospitals. Others preferred to go Home. Hold rites for George Probst bite is Sei has card party or. And mrs. Alfred h. Kohler of Man the annual fall Flower show staged by the Garden Section of Arcadia woman a club will be held this year on november 8, at the woman s clubhouse. Mrs. Elsie Murfett Section chair announced the Date at the Santa or. And i mrs. Russell Sharkey miss Jean Young Ken and Hubert Tucker for an evening of Bridge and whist. Last rites for George Probst who passed away Friday at his Home 124 South second Avenue after a lingering illness were conducted from the Chapel of w. B. Temple. With Rev. N. Milo Fiske pastor of the Arcadia Community Church officiating. Interment followed at live Oak cemetery. A resident of Arcadia for the past 20 years or. Probst was a native of Lawrenceburg ind. He is survived by his widow mrs. Delia e. Probst a daughter mrs. Ellen Wortendyke of Arcadia four Anita Avenue entertained 1 Egbu in Meetins of the Section held a is. Carl Noack or and in the Home of mls i Emilie Faulk so sters mrs Ray Snider. Mrs. Eliza a a Ner 481 East Palm drive Beth Huber and mrs Anna Uhm Beth Huber and mrs. Anna Horn appointments made during the Berger a11 of Cincinnati o. Mrs. T no c a business session included that of Hoef Muckel of Spades ind., 3 Bun. 5 laundry soap Small Crystal White giant 4fw 12 3 or to Codd for cooking Psia main apples 7 lbs. Is Park Sci Klok is Clipper 90 proof distilled from Hio Grain Neutral spirits dry Cin full pint a 4 years old�?93 proof straight Kentuck Bourbon full pint $1< red Pai Kage super Suos giant lit Washington Sweet Jonathan Blue package super Suos regular size 20 i apples 5 lbs. 15 pm e i s granulated soap regular Large i 16c 23c fresh italian i 4pm my finest starch Reg. Pkg. I 2 for 17c i Squash 3 lbs. To Borax soap chips Reg. Pkg. I 21c Sweet Spanish onions Borax Large a an i 2 for 25c 4 lbs. 5 Church programs _ ten High r 2 year old Bourbon spot bottle Iino to a tear old Bourbon radio food demonstration oct. 20. 10 45 a. My a Knox. On ditch fruit pudding to make it you Wile need sliced no 21 a it can potatoes to lbs. 12 romans 1928 Vintage Sherry Church of the holy Angels Catholic sunday masses 6 30, 8 00, 10 00 and i 2 00. Week Days. 7 30 sunday evening devotions 7 30. Societies ladies altar and Rosary meets first thursday Earh month at 2 p. In. Ladies study club meets with altar society holy name society is first tues Day of month at 8 p. In. Holy communion first sunday at 8 00. V Oung people s club meets second and fourth mondays at City Hall at 8 p. In. Quarterly communion fifth sunday at 8 00 mass Juni a my in ecu Luci i i. A a a a miss e. Ruth Evans As publicity and one brother Harry Probst of chairman with mrs. Horace Nichols Loveland o. Being named As recording Secretary. A mrs. James Reid former state Nellis attends Garden chairman talked on Flower arrangements. Mrs. John s. Craig was co hostess. Fireman session Nursery school opens fire chief James m. Nellis list Marc a night represented the Arcadia fire mrs. Mabel Andrews announces i department at a meeting of the san "f"1"8 of a Nursery school for Gabriel Valley fireman s a asocial run b i v 126 Tion held in the masonic Temple Camino real. Young children will be in Alhambra. Given supervision and instruction at communities throughout the Vale new school. Further info nation Ley sent representatives to the ses obtained from mrs. An Sion regular meeting for the month areas i of october. Young people s club first i id third mondays at 8 00 p. In Young Icard of thanks ladies modality meets with Young Peoples i club altar Hoys Guild meets saturday morning fit la of clock catechism classes children and mexicans at Church and to. Camp saturday morning at 10 00. Woman a Post has session Acadia Community Church 9 to Church school. Organized department a my and with classes for All Ages. Traded according to age and interests 11 00 morning worship. Hearty centres Monad singing Good special music. 6 15 Christian Endeavor for the Young people. A rousing meeting packed with interest and Challenge and helpfulness for lie Young people of the Community. 7 30 evening service a somewhat in j rial service varied in its Appeal from i week to week interesting to Young and id alike a fitting service is on wednes Lav evenings at 7 30 Fellowship club third tuesday evening 30 p. M. Thursday prayer meeting. To p. , choir rehearsal. Or. And mrs. W. J. Brown and family 1327 South second Avenue wish to thank their Many friends for the kindness and sympathy mrs. Edna Anderson commander shown during their recent Bereave presided at the regular meeting of ment. The Many Floral pieces sent san Gabriel Valley women a Post to the funeral of mrs. Mary e. Held in Monrovia at the american Brown Mother of or. Brown As tokens of esteem were gratefully appreciated. Arcadia Mission Christian reformed Church Arcadia City Hall f. De Jong. Pastor services morning service in o clock. Sunday school. 11 45 o clock. Evening service 7 30 o clock. Radio service every sunday afternoon. 05 to i 30 on Heger. Lip Reading classes Are announced legion clubhouse. Announcements were made of the participation of the past in the a i Trio tic Parade to be held in Mon Rovia and of the breakfast to be Given in Glendale on the same Day for sex service women. Arcadians with impaired hearing among guests of Honor were 8en-Are cordially invited to attend the for vice commander William Heam lip Reading classes held each Mon i of the Monrovia Post. Twenty two Day and wednesday afternoon at members attended the meeting i 45 o clock in Ivy Street school which was followed by a social hour. Monrovia. Marian Josepha Ander mrs. Irene Mccann ran Gabriel son b. A., gives instruction in the and mrs. Lois Gould. Monterey Park Nitchie and Muller Walle method were on the refreshment committee. Of lip Reading. On tuesdays and thursdays miss Anderson conducts a class in Arcadia episcopal Church Arcadia. Mon for these classes. I. Luke n Parish includes Rovia and Dun ova von of Church Corner of foothill and California streets Monrovia Rector Rev. Canon k la. Smith sunday services 7 3 0 a. In. Holy communion 9 30 a. Iii Church school la of a. In. Morning prayer and Sermon t first sunday in month holy communion entertain girl scouts mrs. Milton Lubetkin Leader of lip Reading in Alhambra High school girl scout troop no. 32, was hostess from 7 to 9 p. In. There is no charge t0 her troop saturday morning Temple City Community w c Botkin. Pastor is 308 North Agnes ave. Temple City phone Atwater i ss4 1 30 i. In sunday school i Quot 5 i in morning worship hour with sign i Muse and Sermon 1 p in Epworth league devotional 30 p in evening worship i la o. Being Quot Constitution week Quot Rev. Kin ins chosen As ins topic Quot the on.-1 it la t in or our charter of in will present tile subject As rating m conditions which a Xis St at t tit1 presume Ami the importance of holding to great country and Laws on who h she i built at it cuing Bour the a act will la. Quot applied Library plans halloween hour on saturday when the girls assembled at her Home and cooked their breakfast outdoors. A puppet show written and staged by the youngsters was one of the features of the mornings entertainment. O. E. S. Dance saturday night to observe the Holiday dear to childhood. Miss Carol Vasalo. Who conducts t h e weekly Story telling 0 to b on saturday night october 28. At the Arcadia Public Library friends and members of Arcadia will preside Over a gala halloween chapter no. 471, order of Eastern hour at 3 30 o clock. Saturday after Star ail1 assemble at the masonic noon. First Church h of Christ scientist South Santa Anita Calif. First Church of Christ scientist South Anita lurch. The i in Host est Dun i clock a a. A Temple for a gala halloween dance. A a a line officers of the chapter will the pumpkin giant Quot is a de act As hosts during tile evening. I an h of the Mother i Church of Christ Soi mass holds services at Ute Road. Sunday mornings and wednesday evenings at the wednesday evening meet test in sgt a science heal Bool is held at West Duarte crept sundays a. In. To 4 extended to the is and use the Aiu Ahia fill gospel sunday school m Riding Servic in rums Seta in is first Avenue Sunil v morning sep-9 is a. a. In 7 46 p m rightfully droll Story about a giant who flourished in the Days when there were no pumpkins when people had never eaten a pumpkin pie or even stewed pumpkins. The fear and terror of this giant extended j Over the whole country to such i degree that the people would shake and tremble at the Ven mention of his name. This affliction came to be called the Quot giant a fat boy his father and a potato be i were responsible for bringing this living terror to Earth. Ii you d like to hear How it was accomplished be at the Story Tellag hour. Arcadia juveniles Are cordially in 1 cited to join this saturday afternoon j group and hear ome of the splendid. Exciting tales brought to life by miss Vasalo a vivid method creating the stories. Dancing and cards will be the divertissement of the evening prizes will be awarded High scores and refreshments served it the conclusion of the evening. Guests May come costumed or not As they choose committee member state. Lowell Randolph of Arcadia a guest speaker at tile meeting of boy scout troop no. H when they met in Monrovia. Saturday night. Young Randolph an accomplished orator told the boys of i recent trip to Japan awarded him by a maritime club for a prizewinning Apay Tai shipping. Or and mrs Scott Stewart 031 Naomi Avenue announce the birth f re of a baby daughter monday october 23 it Alhambra he Plettl

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