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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - October 27, 1938, Arcadia, California A nerf four Arcata Daut tit Bane thursday october 27, 193j revised program of Grid games to announced i or Vihti als will Piny football a rtni�4< it Dav when they travel to Burbank of a a league Kame it was Amu us Ltd ii today left n or t it or i open and on that Van Iii the same to the Lith Day i to d orig Hollywood High eleven at Iii invade the wildcats Den for a Tractive fray. The in is it Ltd s led tiie october 28, Mont Btl o a Monrovia november 4. Iii Lyv cod at Monrovia novem Ste la. Monrovia at Burbank not pc in her is 1.1 Monte at mom Ovia. I Kan ans exposed garbage provides flies with Happy Bunting grounds. Take extra care o icee refuse containers As clean As possible and Civ to is. or linings to make a in r Are Handy and in am help to keep the inside of the can dry. Wash frequently with Strong soapsuds and disinfectant and dry in the Sunshine. Political advertisement Creel at a1 special disposal c expensive a democracy As i see it Republican candidate or Congress Eugene i. Nixon a your county has grown up under a a great two party system. One has helped the other through the years a. A a Strong oppo Sitton is a Good Leav ener. I will not be a a yes Man. A i count myself a Man of Good will and a True lib bral. If elected to Congress i shall work for social jus lice and for Prosperity. I shall do Iso with my feet on the ground a with the lessons of his tory experience land common sense As my guide a with a True Devotion to american ideals in my vote for Gene Nixon for Congress on nov. 8 new a Czar Quot of russian following the Cath of his father the late grand Duke of Russia and pretender to the vanished throne of the roman offs. Grand cuke \ Ladimir his son and heir is now hailed As Quot Czar Quot by the expatriate russians now residing in Paris. Grand Dulce Vladimir is shown leaving a Paris Hospital following the death of his father. Bruins indians collide in Grid contest meeting in their eleventh annual contest since the Bruins joined the Pacific coast conference in 1928, u. C. L. A. And Stanford football teams will clash at the coliseum saturday afternoon at 2 15 in the Piper de resistance of the Bruins Homecoming week Celebration. Although it. C. I. A. Has provided some uneasy moments for the indians during the past to seasons it has won Only two games 13 to g at los Angeles in 1932 and 7 to 6 against the Stanford bowl Tea n in 1935. Good Shapp the Bruins go into saturdays Fame in the Best physical condition o it he year. Return of Woodrow strode right end Dale Buck Gilmore right half and punter and Louis Kyzivat guards reinforce critical positions. Both Gilmore and strode May step int Startup positions. The indians on the other hand have suffered heavily from injuries to key men in addition to extensive losses among the reserves. Reap the savings from the daily Tribune classifieds Joi no. Inst ave., Arcadia at water 7-3131 wildcats clash with oilers in Loop Battle a coach Macallister and his wildcats Are playing Host to the Montebello oilers or a san Gabriel Valley league football tussle tomorrow afternoon on the Monrovia Arcadia Gridiron. Coach Macallister has been moving his men around trying to improve his line. Wally Simmons handled himself very convince Able during the Pasadena fray that he 1 again receives he nod to play the right position Hugh Cockshott an Arcadia boy will replace eld. Hayes 1 at the Center position. Norman y ung Blond and Richard Heim two Mere Arcadia boys. Will hold the left guard and left tackle position. Two teams Montebello have met two Tough teams this season losing to Burbank 20 to 0 and Ell Monte 13 to 0 while tile Wildcat lost a heartbreaker to Covina 12 to 0 then Defeated the psf Siena fresh 12 to 7, but football score nowadays Don t mean a thing As Montebello is still regarded As one of the toughest teams in the league. It might be Well to note that last year in every Type of sport that the two school participated in Montebello won therefore the wildcats Are determined to put an end to the oilers winning ways. Tho starting lineups Montebello Monrovia a ill Rea kor Pearson 15 35 Cohn i. I r Brookover 36 58 Kendall Cir Simmons Ioji fames Cockshott 37 32 Hopper Rel Youngblood 18 co Baltimore Rel Heim 17 ii Horstkotte Rel Brown 16 14 Livingston q by. Wicks 2 13 Beauvais Lur Mimaki 29 9 Kobayashi Rel j. Sakamoto 5 30 Taylor f r. Wicks 8 opposite hues a and a i Ety City Hall Arcadia Calif. Political a a political advertisement Sierra Madre news and mrs themas my i att on Wood Liia Hull and gun role Paschal at and the by by Lalka k. Cadmus removal of City dump and Dairy asked two petitions signed by neighbouring property owners asked City Council tuesday night for removal of the Sierra Madre Dairy on East Sierra Madre Boulevard As a detriment to their properties and Chan in of location for the City dump which in its present form is considered a menace to health. The first 33 signature petition was referred to the Council committee As a whole. The second signed by 36 property owners. Will be checked As to Cesta ways and Means for reconstruction by the of ulc ering and Street departments. Chamber praised the chamber of Commerce was commended by City Council for successful work with the Pacific electric railway company in obtaining All steel service cars for Sierra Madre. Together with the one Man service Type for certain hours of the Cay. A Resolution to this effect was adopted in appreciation of the chamber a efforts for Community betterment. A letter from the Board of supervisors authorized the appropriation of $300 towards the improvement of the East grand View Avenue Bridge Ever the Little Santa Anita Wash. Work on the improvement of the East Orange Grove Avenue Drain near the c. J. Pegler property was reported finished at a Cost of $300 and the further request for removal of Devil grass to allow storm Waters to flow into the ditch was granted. A written protest from c. C. Sullivan attorney for the dominican Sisters of Mission san Jose against the re zoning of their property near 1 the Catholic Church was referred to the City planning commission. E. Waldo wards suggestion that the City pay Back taxes and open 460 feet of the la Belle tract from the paved end of Montecito Avenue to Canyon Avenue was tabled for Lack of funds the strip was closed by or. Ward in 1892 and taxes have been paid by him up to a few years ago. Request filed request of Sidney Trandler that his property at 125 East Mira Monte Avenue be cleaned and restored to its original condition was referred to the engineering department. Water was diverted across his property last March he asserts to protect the City Smila Monte Avenue Reservoir. Mrs. Grace Caukin president of the neighbors study club of Sierra Madre was granted use of the City Park House for a reception to democratic candidates for Congress and state Assembly on saturday afternoon a a Harvest Home festival set for Church of pretty girls under the leadership of a Sonja Quot to sell Candy and cigarettes. Prizes will be awarded the costume judged the most Beautiful the most unique and the funniest. A Small admission charge will be made. Announce e marriage mrs. Edith Hart Dunne of Pasadena and Elmer Brown Mason of Jolla were married monday at the neighbourhood Church of Panama by the Rev. Wesley Goodson Nicholson. They will be at Home to their friends at 1400 North grand Oaks Avenue Pasadena after november 15. Or. Mason was formerly editor of vanity fair. He is also the former husband of the late May Stanley Mason Well known novelist and correspondent for the Arcadia daily Tribune who died in june. A hic couple lived in Sierra Madre for a number of years at 91 East Laurel Avenue. It it it the Long Beach letter carriers land a rive for a covered dish luncheon hiking and games were enjoyed in the afternoon by 20 members it f the group. # a foothill poets to meet at Vine the foothill poets will meet at Wistaria Vine gardens Friday night at 8 o clock the Public is invited and guests Are requested to bring their poems which will be read and criticized by Lucia Trent As announced by tilt president Ralph Cheyney. A program will include american songs and songs in Tho japanese language by Helen Nomura in formal japanese costume accompanied at the piano by mrs Nell l. Vieira. Miss Margaret j e. Brown. Alhambra High school teacher will read some of her own poems and John Arrn Tetrad Collier Sierra Madre philosopher pact and occult research scholar will talk briefly on Quot i iring Art versus Art of living a followed by discussion. Refreshments will be served. A a w honoured by Crystal Shower a Crystal Shower for Charlotte Gaylord of los Angeles who will wed Kenneth Bush also of los Angeles on Friday of tits week was auxiliary met yesterday with saturday afternoon can the of chill Home 310 East Highland Avenue. Dainty refreshment were served t 14 i of Angelo guests by the Hostel sos i rom a table charmingly Dee rated with Gardenias and tall candles. Aaa veterans to March in Parade propositions on the november 8 ballot affecting veterans were Dis a cupped by veterans of foreign wars at monday night s meeting at the pal k House. The Sierra Madre group will i join with Pasadena for the armistice Day Parade which this year commemorates the 20th anniversary i of the armistice As announced by the commander William h. Schwartz. It a a dedication at Wistaria j will Honor Painter the Blue Garden to Wistaria Vine j gardens will be dedicated at 2 30 a p in. Sunday to miss Kila Shepard i Bush nationally known miniature j Painter and outstanding member of the Browning society. I Flowers Iii this Garden Are Ageratum agapanthus Wedgewood Iris i Yajuga Blue pansies forget me not i of Cocorino a hordes Dorata Cam-1 Pantie Mamie erbium Convol villus Mauritania Rase. Funeral held funeral services for mrs. Mary p. Marotz who died suddenly monday morning at Lier Home at 734 Skyland drive were held this morning at Huntington Park. Mrs. Martz had been a Sierra Madre resident for about to years and was also a san Pedro property owner. A a Forest service erects signs a new Type or Forest Boundary gun was erected yesterday on the big Santa Anita Canyon Road at the Entrance to the Angeles Forest these signs will be twisted on All Entrance roads into Forest areas but the one above the Santa Anita Ranger station is the first to be installed. It is in the form of a rustic swing sign and uprights Are Hen from Redwood logs with the sign suspended toward the Road. Letters Are hand carved and Brimse plate Forest service Shields adorn both lower Corners of the sign. Fertilizer delivered by the sack Yard or Load direct from Buck Dairy 2437 Lemon ave., pm. At. 7-1377 git my co Gack one quart 6rade a pasteurized a Quot a y a _ j j a i t .5 Southern California famine will Welcome and cheer the nicer Way to Bay Freh milk. Lucerne Grade a milk is now packed in the new one trip Container which enter Only your Home. Try it today. Say Quot Good Bye Quot to bottle Deposit and the troublesome bottle Wash and return. Note that the new perfected Lucerne Container weigh i \ Pound in is easier to carry. It saves you refrigerator space too it Deles keep the contents fresh longer. And it simplifies the problem of stocking up for week ends. You la get the same Rich country fresh mkt As always. At the some Low Price. You la enjoy today s new. Better Way to buy fresh milk Lucerne Grade a pasteurized milk \0 Berry. Check these values fresh bread Julia Lee 1-lb. Pc Wright s loaf a loaf Sandwich spread la Quot cd Box a in Why you should v o t e f o ii William a. Til for supervisor / has thorough knowledge of needs of the District through experience As its Field Secretary for last three and a half years. V old enough to have mature judgment Young enough to be progressive. / successful business Man property owner and heavy taxpayer. 7 received highest vote for supervisor at primary election leading a Field of 17 candidates. 7 has appreciation of modern social trends and problems. V will not be a candidate for any other office during the term for which he will be elected. Fair Young tolerant Able honest experienced elect the Man november 8 with an up to Date knowledge of the Job a Harvest Home festival will Fol t Low regular sunday services in old English fashion at the episcopal Church of the ascension As announced by Rev. W. B. Heagerty the Rector. The communion service will be As usual at 7 30 a. Rn., followed by Junior Church at 9 30 and special music and anthems at la. The1 largest service of the Day will be an Evensong at 7 30 Sung by combined choirs with special Cantor and Solo parts. Clarence nosher and Jack Milchan will be the soloists and Rev. Heagerty will be assisted by Rev. Stephen c. Clark Rector of St. T i Marks Church at Pasadena who will deliver the address. Tire Church will be decorated with com pumpkins vines j Flowers and fruits according to customs of old times for these festivals which Date Back to Abel and on to us through the romans. Greeks and Druid priests. Tile old i jewish feast of tabernacles was also a Harvest Home festival. A a a Church to sponsor Flower show tile congregational Church will hold its 20th annual Bazaar and yearly Flower How on Friday after noon. November 4, to be followed by a dinner at 6 30. Mrs. Eva Moore is general chairman of the affair with mrs. R. C. Copenhaver in charge of Flower exhibits. Mrs. B. L. Hinkley the dinner and mrs. Hortense Hill will have a table devoted to Woven articles. Food Candy Flowers and White elephants will be sold and Flowers and table decorations will be judged. Proceeds will go to the women a society of the Church and tickets Are on Sale at Hartman a drug store. Are a halloween frolic set for saturday night the Public is invited to attend Greenwich Village night to be Spon a red by the Sierra Madre arts Guild at the did Adobe studio on East Montecito Avenue saturday Evenin the Franklin Miller orchestra furnish music for Street dancing. The Norris family will be the Street musicians and other attractions will include Fortune telling by turkish ladies a White elephant Sale mystery Box Sale Street singing by a Betty and Bud Harrelaos and miss Evelyn James with a Bevy quart tar Grapefruit Ollmay Sun Sweet prunes Lvi Golden dates dry dry Cranberry sauce so r�arn7 Green giant peas Honey a pod variety t Aylor a Brand Lotus Brand fancy new York Puritan baked Beans Dunbar shrimp Lynden soup Nch 3 chill con Carne Macaroni White House Rice own ?01 wine Baker s chocolate Prem or Quot Lar 11 23 Airway Coffee ground to your order in one trip containers other Luverne Dairy foods packed in the new containers re Dari drink. In quarts churned Buttermilk. In quarts pastry Cie Atn. In 1 pints Coffee Cream in 1 pints Pinta and quarts. F prices effective in through saturday per quart no Deposit milk Price Eft or True in l. A. Me t Renoi a it in arca Only. All Saf ways \ october 29th. I w a it a % ref 21"�?T, 25 a the exceptions noted these prices arc effective in a Way a ported departments the n 35 in is of los Angeles. A o 07 stores Stokely s peas Sweet potatoes sauerkraut 15r 6 15 11c 12c 8 1 Quality 1-lb. Can he a i the Way or a and Price sex tax. 04531 sales tax. Pri it Rry vegetal in i id. Age Tisco Shoi can i old Mill cider vinegar dog food Price i Ballo dog food Price ex-1 facial tissue Price sex palmolive soap Price cd tax. Lux toilet soap Price sex tax Rinso household soap Price sex Peel s soap ncan1t 21-lb. Pkg. 1-lb. Pkg. 7 of Nee can 17-02. Can no. 2 can 25-oz can no. 2 can 23-ounce Glass Jar i j 25 of 95�?~ cans a a k 10 /2-oz. A cans 2 Quot of. Arc cans 12 Oune e cello b a q 1 la. Box /2-lb. Cake 3-lb can pint bottle it Tan cans .00135 tall Edward j Coffel of p 20 regular 1 1-lb. Can c is e it est by and sliced or halved 2 Nob Hill Coffee finest Quality 2 a 35 . Cottee vacuum packed. I la. Can Apple cider a Rtin Cllia a quart bottle Oval Tine 6 of. 12 of. Can can grape juice Westfield maid. 12-oz. Bottle 26 17 59 10 peaches Stokely Cohn tuna titbits f vbu713 sleepy hollow Brand pint Quot a Cane amp Maple blend lug j l marshmallows 2 or / cans Oon try gentleman Chicken of the Cea Brand no 2 can to. Cans quart lug 1 la. Boxes Price sex tax More Low prices 12136 sales tax. .00364 9ca 23c 10c 25c 3�c 25c 25 5c 9 7 14 51 7 14c Tomato juice Stokely a finest. 2 can 7 cans 17c 2�?z�?z, 15 Price sex tax. .0/232 sales tax. .002 8 lady Dainty package Brand of 500 Price sex tax. 174/5 sales tax. .00523 2 bars for Price cd tax. .05340 sales tax. .00160 bars Price sex tax .05502 sales tax. .00165 22�?~/2-oz.a it Box Price Exta a .20338 sales tax. .00612 granulated 36-oz condensed to Price sex tax. .21272 sales tax. .00723 Irva of Box .00612 a 1 flour Harvest Blossom Brand. Pat ent blend. 15 27 Bis Kii mix flour Fisher s cake flour Pancake flour Lyle s Golden syrup to Quick Oats Post Toa sties Post whole bran big buy cookies candies made by f Isher Globe a -1 Brand for hot b1 c a i fasts double Tluck Corn flakes Breakf a St Cereal 25 14 i 21 12 6 40-07. Box 2-lb. Box 20-oz. Box 2-lb can 20�oz. Box 8 of. Box 10 or Box per Juljo pkg. Del Maiz co amp a. Vacut i Corn. To n t 3 e i 8 in lets. Vacuum packed Corn. 12-oz. Can c. O i d a a n c re 1 in Bantam style pack. 17-oz. Can a so it la a it available in most stores Ivory soap flakes Price sex tax. .20338 p St g soap sales tax White naphtha for laundry apr be sex tax. 02913 sales tax old dutch Cle Anser 9 30097 3 14.oz Oil cry n am it or cd it cd my. .06472 a Les tax. .0095 Waldorf toilet tissue 3 oo117 Price sex tax fresh produce o 11 e d in cello digs Price sex tax. .07282 sales tax. Or Ilcy s gum Price sex tax. .03235 sales tax. Jill Well a a Ltd favor gel in Dos Ort As o. Ted chocolate v Mill 5 p butterscotch a it bans 00218 plus for 0003/ 15c 10 4, Royal pudding for per Box �?�14 suburb soap or Ani lit a k my to the hands. 24-oz. Can 20 to tax sales tax. Iou .0053 to mov sales tax will by added to the retail prices of All taxable items. Bananas fancy fruit or Golden yellow. Apples Rome Beal by Rilent f c bellflowers preferred r ook a j r pears n Ort h a s Bartlett. J us grapes Muscat Vanet White grapes. Oates new crop. Calif in boxes of 14 it cabbage Utah grown in r serve it Coo in \ red yams puerto for bal stun. Quot roast Row for Sec it Cut of r Alps a id by a cynics Salt sir j a Hoult crib or Fork a1 Mon Quot a k 1 Nolice to i Bass cd a Sho Sruv 0 6 a a a a 3 y b a a he

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