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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - October 30, 1947, Arcadia, California Phone Atwater 7-2131 with news of your family friends neighbourhood let our classified ads be your efficient salesmen Section the ret1arcadia. California. Til Ursu a of t. La r Willie Gregg graduates at Keester Field fac. Willie j Gregg son of mrs. Edith Gregg 155 Bonito Street this week was Graduands from one of the worlds greatest educational programs one of the air training command nil plane acc Barite training courses at Keo in fee. The training lie received in the mechanics school covered Butsie air plane and engine Mechanic operations. The technical course extended Over a period cd approximately of weeks and included instruction in aircraft electrical systems engine operation fuel and Oil systems propellers structures instruments and Basic inspection this qualified him fur additional specialized training in the maintenance of heavy bomb Cis,.cargo planes Jet and Rotor Uncial t. Look ahead to Comfort and smart Styli in fashionable Arch shoes you d never dream its an Arch shoe. Cleverly concealed within Are extra features to give you extra ease and Freedom from fatigue. Let us slow you. High school senior class flans new year the officers Al the m a d senior class Juno graduate met recently to Formus ate plans for the years activity. Tilts1 include an As t oilily the senior prom a play to b Given in february noon dances a he up or Biak fast Ami a party or two. Richard Mcclintic class president appointed a committee of live to select the graduation announcements those named were Charlene Nugent John o Hoa Carol medias son Cynthia Jensen and i cd Earley. I he mein be a of the senior b class executive committee Are tile president Richard Mcclintic Dolores Bader Secretary Fred Gar Side vice president Eileen Dunham treasurer and Barbara pot Tenger assistant treasurer. Clovis Smith and miss Kathryn Geddes Are the class sponsors. High school cafeteria serving 800 a Ray fitted a it a Peters shoe store Chas. E. Hathaway proprietor 2171 Las Tunas tem ple City More for your Money in Protection accuracy and service r. G. Allen adding machines a visible dials a visible printing a multiple key depression a automatic Clear signal a direct subtraction print in red a 5mi Inch Carriage or wider a models for every business Afton today tor Mil demo migration. Immediate delivery new Remington portable typewriters guaranteed repair work free estimates Hughes typewriter service 619a South Myrtle Monrovia phone Monrovia 10591 for better photo Supply for personalized photo finishing by photo experts the Alhambra camera Shor 127 w. Mail. Alhambra Atlantic 2-6365 photo Canter inc. 1940 Las Tunas Temple City Atlantic 2-6887 Sale Quality Maple chests reduced to Clear a Standard size chests a deck chests a Low chests $27.50, $37.50, $47.50, $57.50, $67.50 to styles of Mable Beds some will match Odd chests Beds As Low As $13.50 Santa Anita furniture co. A we specialize in Maple-3725 e. Colo. St. Pasadena Syc. 3-0389 1 Block East of Rosemead Boulevard open Fri. And sat. Evenings budget terms the cafeteria dining rooms at i m a d. P a a double role in Campus i Hie. Besides serving about 800 Stu dents and teacher a variety of food at Low Coit during two i Nch be. Rods the rooms Are u cd other i nods of the Day As study Halls. I mrs. La u , cafeteria Durer i tor is As i Ted by six women and i la girls a Crew of boys and a caretaker. The purpose of the cafeteria is to it serve a nutritious and appetizing lunch at the lowest Price hot foods Uch As cheese Fondue Spanish Rice meat Leal and hot dogs Are to to 15 cents a plate Servings of vegetables Talari and Gelatin Are six cents each Gem oils pieces of cake or pie Are to cents. Popular beverages Anc Crunchy foods to nibble vary from five to to cents. The student who rings his lunch from Home May supplement it by making purchases in the cafeteria. So popu a is ice Cream that a s p late counter is now maintains tor More efficient service. The malt shop serves Hamb Rgers hot dog ice Cream frosty malts coff e cakes potato chips Peanut Coit drinks milk and an Orange drink. Cheeseburgers archived on meatless Days. Luring each lunch period 12 to 14 students help in the malt shop Between 300 and 400 students Are served daily in the malt shop. Every Effort is made to make the cafeteria and malt shop healthful and economical i vice agencies of the school. Junior red Cross making Accident prevention top project for year n i no by Lair i la Ahi i s How Many people realize that iwo the that befall children Are a Home accidents Quot. Of the patients at the children a Hosp showed that of the 162 children in to Accident cases and of this number 22 a Home this year the Junior Accident prevention its major project commencing next week the have a so annual Junior membership Carn have. With re n i Cadetship with the c inaugural of mrs ii operation if to teachers and to Arcadia kiwanis club hears group objective the Arcadia kiwanis club held to regular weekly luncheon at car enter s Oil wedge Day with 21 members and six Vining kiwanis ins in attendance. Or. H. C. Field vice president presided at the netting in the absence of or silent p. J. Petersen who is vacuuming in Arizona. The speaker of the Day was Robert t. Radford member of the Monrovia club and past lieutenant governor of the District who pre enter an instructive a Mission it the administrative function and objectives of kiwanis. The talk was Well received by the members of the newly organized local group. Other members of the Monrovia club present at the luncheon were Dwight m. Lyden present lieutenant governor and Monrovia superintendent of schools mayor re be i r. Brown Charles Scott and George Jennings. The local club also had its first out of state visitor in Louis Thody of the Salt Lake City club. Secretary Harry e. Welteck announced that he and president Petersen attended the kiwanis District convention at san Diego oct. Ig-18 dozen arcadians of y pow wow Mcie than a dozen arcadians took part in the . Pow wow last week at Pomona. Rile us a it urn Lla Ivey e. Moss Harvey e. Moss or. 1314 Baldwin Avenue West Arcadia Atwater 7-1841 the Garden Corner by Harvey e. Moss or. Uley. Bulb time is Here again and hey Sucu d go in the ground before Ong for Best re nits. Our Assort nent is Complete. Wedding plants in wide variety. Naps stocks pansies Calendula , Primrose should go in lie ground if you want Bloom at he proper Sensen. Don t wait until our neighbors plants Are in Bloom lid then want to . Arni Ca Ping and lawns. Many new Ames Are being completed and the ext thin1�?T, be considered is your landscaping and lawns both Are in of taut. Oar experience of More Hail ten years in this Neighbord ii evidence of our ability to o the Job right. Why not come in and consult us. The Fly Weh shop he an Ever increasing a siness is be t evidence of cur a know How we have the Flowers which columned the skill and artistry it four i Lea i t Means satisfactory Lorai arrangements for any of a Ion. Tile next time Jeune d Flower cd me in and or fare we make a specially of corsages special prices to High school and College students. We deliver open sundays a Tribune photo. Moralists \ Hals Arcadia business hoists will have will Tov s Loco rated by school artists today and tomorrow in Lur club contest. Drugstore pictured above had one of la t years Best. Arcadia Highway officials Back from City convention superintendent a chock simple plan to Aid Paren to their Dom a t at Scho i. Dren Soldo Home Phi in Libby 1 kill 1 Ai Cadie of ired a schools i Sho a Hill will Tiki sch is a i in in teach win Mca lire a. Cd i i 1 2 Cut Ion to a a j is when id in their tavern a j object in their path dangerous of i work of his committee. Ful owing rec ass of the afternoon meeting the National Board of i Cetor met to elect officers. Elected president. Ralph Jones Albuquerque first vice president Bob Meta run Needle second vice president Bill Marquart Joplin mo., dietary treasurer m. L. Woodward Gallup n. Mex. Speakers on the wire g ,. Roy j Boma and Dune runner gave an and web Omed the la Ligina. Banquet program Turner of okla an him. Gov. Inter ire Tai Delegate to of p resident Waller Midler. Vie in a Silt Lenl Bob met Utch ii. And s. Creary treasurer Bill Libby represent of the California unit of Highway a egg a it Quot hat Bers of co Mem meeting held in Albuquerque oct. 23 and at the National convention of the it. S. �?o66�?� National Highway association held in Oklahoma City oct. 24-25. At both the meetings met ditched spoke on the hospitality Housa new being a oat up in need e through he cooperation of the City of Needle the Needle chamber of coniine.? and the California unit u. S. H Way �?~�?~66 a association. Much favor by comment was forthcoming regarding this project As it was Felt would be of great value to the Highway �?o66�?� association and the City of Needles As Well. Libby spoke at the Albuquerqu a meeting on the relationship Between the Highway �?~63�?T�?T program and Chambers of Commerce. He pre Light out the vain to every Corn in to along a he route of the Highway due to the efforts of the association to increase travel along the i cute stating that increased b is Ivy in evry Community would re t ult. President Walter Muller spoke at he a Buque que meeting on what the California unit has accomplished since being organized last april. I i Sideln r mph jines of the Nev. Mexico �?o66 a unit and Jack Chaney operator of the franciscan hotel in Albuquerque entertained the California delegation at lunch prior o the meeting in Albuquerque. A cocktail n6ur preceded the evening banquet at which Tony Whitefo Luclid and his brother entertained with Indian dances. Tony will be remembered As having entertained at tire formation meeting of the California unit in Arcadia. Motion pict i is of new Mexico tourist attractions were also shown. The Oklahoma City convention i had 560 delegates from seven states. Ralph Jones of Albuquerque temporary president called the meeting to order. The National Board of directors met prior to the general i convention and adopted the ration to by Laws and heard the Roll Call i if s ate delegations. Libby As chairman of the Aims j and objectives committee made his 1 report which was accepted by the convention. Mccutchen again out-1 lined the hospitality House project in Needles. Charles Proctor presi-1 Dent of the Arizona unit spoke on a Scenic attractions a a and Leo Weaver chairman of the advertising committee reported on the they Are alternately running jump ing or eng ports. Any May prove to be tacit. Even walking children a bedtime targets for careless and it. Driving tilt in car or incidentally How Many child a know the Rule governia bicycle Riding How Many Parent know ii in a Enco untied one in of youngster on their whee is breaking tile rules countless times. It would be a mighty Good thing tor parents to Check up on this item and impress the advisability of careful cycling on their offspring. What about skating the Accident prevention list says a skating is Only walking on Ever tub n Farmers Jinsun Skye a x a group is som Bill Omo it usim9ce u. He Muhic i 7 Okum \ the following Day the Conven Don reconvened with president Jones presiding. Walter Muller president of the California uni poke on a accommodations and services and his talk a. Very Well received As it contained Many ideas Winch co id Well be put in opera Lon by the members of the association. Libby presented the report of the re out icons committee and Guy Hill president of the Texas unit spoke on Quot future Milton Hall president of the Kansas unit spoke on a cooperation of stat the convention selected Willia Sarma the site of the 1948 convention of the National association with the Arizona unit of the Highway �?o66&Quot association and the Wil Liams grand Canyon chamber of Commerce cooperating to promote the convention. The invitation to hold the convention in Williams was extended by the Secretary of the Williams grand Cany on chamber of Commerce. Quot tire California unit i = pro Libby said yesterday. Quot to have rec iced from the very Small delegation present the office of vice president of the National association in the person of Bob Mccutchen of Needles. Mccutchen has been the hardest worker in the Tate unit since its president Mullen of to 1 California unit was accompanied by mrs. Muller on the convention lip. All the California delegation went on the grand Canyon limited of the Santa be Early american and colonial furniture reproductions one piece or the entire Home you will the most comprehensive s sections to Quot Maple furnishings in imn Ino Boom. Bedroom Diml room dinettes Anil a Host of Maple accessories in pictures. Waul shelves eni and Coffee tables lamps and colonial rugs easily reached convenient parking Cumberland 3-1929 Atlantic us us Hul 24g3 1010 i ast main Street Alhambra lit your furniture say Nice things about you Quot arthritis the origin Al Ball solution s oms pain and halts the crippling of Ogress of this terrible disease on first application. Manufactured and guaranteed by timbale liniment co. $4 Long lasting Bootle Engle pharmacy 34 e. Huntingdon Arcadia Atwater 7-237? see us before you buy Call l. E. Beauchamp agent res. 4 i i no. Rosemead blvd. Ati. 1-4977 at. 7-1880 office 860 a. Duarte Road table topics provincial Art hand painted table linens. Bridge sets and place Mats. The shop in the Garden 1107 South Baldwin Avenue a West Arcadia closed mondays Hortense d. Seymour Atwater 7-1185 fail lie Monarch Man in your i Fri to in Atwater 7-6397 a v c so 9 Beautiful % Stripe chambray 69c to $1.25 Yard Broadcloth $1.00 Yard fancy flowered Batiste is of Yard betes Sun country $1.00 Yard Check Gingham $1 25 Yard flowered prints 59c and 69c Yard from America s i Illust Mills , ribbons talons. Belt Quot m ii j la ill it la to Wpm Bill b i \ i Hill v Lim 11 in a Ustle your Bustle Iii Cottons from our fabric Center tour family s t o a e Imo South Baldwin Ayi. Samuel h. Owens Wist Arcadia

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