Covina Argus from Covina, California on November 30, 1907 · Page 8
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Social ft********* ******** * * * ****************** Mrs. B. M. Oivori nnd non Allison were ThanksKiviiiK guestfl of Mr. and Mrs. West Collins. Mr. Hrul Mrs. OOIIHC Rpctifc T KivitiK f»s Kiiefit.H of l.hfiir daughter, Mrs. Piirkcr of LOR Angelas. Min.s Holt, of Kfidinmls, who !H n Ht.ndfMit. nl, AJarllinroiiKli col lew, spoilt. Hmirluy as tlif; Kiifflt of MrH. Conlf!,y. Prof, ami MrH. A. Jf. ('ulliriH wont, to PnHsifhjnn on WfidncHtJny fvcniiiK find .joined n houso juirly \vljo wore! TlnmkHKivinK K'l'^ts at Hif:rra Miulrn. Mr. arid MPH. Htmnpf nnlcrtairifd for ThankHKiviiiK l.hoir son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Amler- Hon, and Mr. and Mrs. Ueo. K. An- dorflon, pnrontH of the former giinat. TfoimkHgiviiiK giiPHtfl at Uin homo <if Mr. and Mrs. Harry White Mr. and Mrs. A. IF. Hrnil.h and lOlsio Htnith of Los Anglos and • and Mrs. H. DoughiH. Dr. arid Miss Jferron otiUjrl.ainod with a ThntikHglving dinner, their KiioHt.H hoing Mr. and Mrs. Middletori, Minn Murgiiret Middkiton und Mr. Pooley. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dnlrlridgo, Hr. , MrH. WillinniH and Mins Helen WilliamH of Los Angeles joined a largo TbnnkHgiving party (it tbo home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Loo. Mr. and MrH. W. M. (JriHWold attended a family reunion on Thimks- giving day at the borne of Mrs. L. M. Wilson <.f East Han fJiibriel. The trip WHH made by an to. A party of fourteen Hat down to the merry feast. were M!HH Mr. Mr. and Mrn. A. Warner, Mr. and Mr«, E. P. Warner and Mr». Hannah Worley joined a family party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. McNeil of Long Beach to celebrate Thankfl- giving. The first meeting of the Amphion Society for the preocnt year was held on J'Viday ovr-ning of last week at the home of Mr. and Mm. tian K. Thorpe, <md if this meeting was any cri'erion of the musical and social enjoyment of unfit-coding meetings the club has entered upon one of the most HiiccesHftjl years in it.w history. At a brief business session preceding the program, seven new members were elected. The program, consisted of a cornet solo by I Prof. Fit/gerald, accompanied on the piano by Mifls Phllleo; piano Holo by Miss Meta Brunjcn; vocal Holo bv Miss Hntton of I'asadena, ac (!oni(ianied by Mr. Kalli, each number receiving a hearty encore and Miss Mutton being compelled to re spond four tirneH, her sweet and unaffected voice delighting her hearers. Also an especial treat was the singing of MJHS Clara LaFctra of Qlendora, who accompanied herself. Jiefresb- mont.fi were served, tbo guests leaving shortly before 11 :UO. at the home of Rev. and Mra. Paul Stevens for Thanksgiving were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. HteveriH of Hanta Ann and granddaughter Lillian, Mrs. Oould of Lincoln, Nebraska, und Mrn. Kane of Los AngeloH. Mr. and Mrs. K. II, Lahee entertained a party on ThankRgiving. The guests ineluded Mr. and Mrs. If. N. Bmitb, Jr., and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. C. Bprnanoo, and Mins Louise Clauson, all of LOH Angeles. Mr. and Mra. Wm. Ovorlmltzer ontortainod with n Thanksgiving dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Dorins Over- bolder, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 8. Bill- boiinor of LOH Angelos. Mrs. Bill- beinter is a sister to Wm. and Derlus Ovorholt/er. Miss Joflio KeynoldH, in the nb- HGMCO of her mother, who is visiting in thi) northern part of the state, made a charming and clever Thanksgiving hoHtesH and cook. Upsides the horn* I'ulkH, Mrs. Saruh King wan her guest. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Warren a merry Thanksgiving by giving a Dnteb supper, tbo guests huing Mr, nnd MI-H. Andrew MoAllen, Mr. and Mrs. (). N. Atwoorl, and (Captain Warren of (Jlondalo. The evening oloBod with music. A merry party of relatives eole- brated Thanksgiving in oldtime fimh- ion by eating dinner together at the borne o( Mrs. C. T. Blnnohard. Others present wore Mr. and Mrs. Ohuver, Mr. and Mrs, Kboarer, Kd- ward, Koy and Ada Blauchard. Dr. and Mrs. Heed enterlalned with a family Thanksgiving dinner in traditional Htyle, seventeen being seated at the fdHlul board. Thuso present were, Mr. and Mrs. Claroneu Allison and family, Mrs. (grandma) Allison, Mr. and Mrs. (Mark, MrH. Wallace and Will lac.o Knyeart of Los Angeles. The homo of Mr. and Mrs. Hen Thorpe was the scone of a family re union on Thanksgiving day, thime present being Mr. and Mrs. Hen I 1 '. Thorpe, Mr. and Mrs. Henj. Thorpe, Hr. , Mr. and Mrs. Chus. Thm-pii, Dr. L. S. Thorpe and Mrs. Yaw. MI-H. Ij. H. Thorpe and baby will re turn homo Dee. H. Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Brown ami children of Kast Adams street, LOH Angeles, and Mr. and Mrs. Shugers, manufacturers uf the Duro auto, LDH Angelen, wore guests Thanksgiving day uf Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Brown, the puptilar gnnter. This is Dr. Hniwn'H Hist visit to (Jovinu ttim'u 18 '.hi. Me coiibiders the growth and >lrvi'ln[i'i,riit uf this booliim us ;u murkuble. ' 1'urhap* the largest Tbankgsgiving party in (>ovina wau thul at the home of Mr. und Mrs. A. M. Smith, which included thirty people. Be Hides the family were present Mr. and Mrs. Dmlder uf Uvoi'hmok, Kaunas, M\\ und Mrs. J. A. Dolcator itnil family, Mr. McMillan of Charter O.ik, Mr. und Mrs. C. 1. Smith »f Prnsipc;:l Park, Mr. and Mrs. l-'rcd Smith of Scilaliii, Mu. , Mr. an.i Ml-.. (iei). Smith, Mi.-.i Allic Smith, Tlios. Smith. A delightful entertainment was given Saturday evening in the Womans Club House by Mm. DeForest Reichard and Miss Edna Modie. Miss Modle'a clear bird-like whistling was heard to advantage in Chaminade's "Hweet Bird of Spring" and the ever favorite "Sextette" from Donizetti's "Lucia di Lannermoor." Tennyson's tragic poem, "Enoch Arden," with musical nocompnni- mc-nt, by Richard Straus, was faultlessly rendered by Mrs. Reichard. Mweot human touches, tragedy and pathos followed one another in quick succession and kept the audience breathless. Miss Modie rendered the piano accompaniment and introduced a few appropriate bars of whistling. The entertainment was closed with two more nolos by Miss Modie, who was eagerly encored and re spondcd with a touching rendering of "Annie Laurie, " New ScfHMnto For Electrk. The following: schedule goe« Into effect Sunday, November 17: Leave Los Angeles Leave Covina 5:.",0 a. m. 6:35 7:05 7:50 «:3.i 9:20 10:05 11:20 12:30 \i m. 1:30 2.45 3:35 4:15 5:00 5:45 6:30 H:30 11:30 5:50 a. m. 6:50 7:32 8:15 9:00 9:45 10:2<J 11:30 12:35 p. in. 1:45 2:35 3:45 4:40 5.25 6:10 6:55 7:50 10:00 Mrs. Kittonhouse has returned from the North and has opened dressmaking parlors in the (Jovina House, opposite P.O., room 0. tf H. S. Edgar left on Saturday last to speftd several months in Lake County. Place your spare cash in the Covina Valley Savings Bank, a safe investment at 4 per cent. Dancing school in tbo Womans Club House, Covina, every Thursday. Children's class for beginners will start December 5h, 4 to 5:30 p. m. 12 lessons 13.00. Adult class 8 p. m., dancing until 11 :30 p.m. These stoics arc recommended for Xmas shopping when in Los Angeles. S, B. BAILEY, Jeweler and Optician O xlzff waichflR, guaranteed 20 yrn $12.W) 12 MM wiiU:h«!H, K«l(l (Illwl 10.00 1H Hi?.** Kljfin or Wiillhnm cornp f».f»0 ItririK thi.H ml nnrl wrj will Kivc you H/^ *'xl.ra (liHcounl. on any iiiiruhaHn. Jow«lry caUildKUO n«nt fruo on rpi|uo;d. 3B3 So. llrontlway, l.os AnzeliM, Cal. SING FAT CO., Inc. Importers, wholesale and retail dealers in Chinese and Japanese Fancy Goods 3rd I'Moor Central Dcpt. Store 00!)-l!).So. /Iroudwuy I.OH An(f«?lpM, Cal. "STAMPERS" F*0Sace5 Studio Highest awards on Photography 351 So, Broadway Los Angeles Cal. SOMETHING NEW! Arc you interested in Saving Fuel and Labor In jour home? If so, come and see demonstration of a DETACHABLE RETORT OIL BURNER -at FABRICK'S HARDWARE STORE Shopping in Los Angeles? TAKE LUNCHEON AT COULTER'S CAPE You will find it very conveniently located, first-class in every respect, with a la carte service at modest prices. Coulter Dry Goods Company Broadway, Between Second and Third, Los Angeles COUNTY DIVISION Mass Meeting COVINA Womans Club House Monday, Dec. 2nd 7:3O p.m. Seventh Regiment Band SPEAKERS GEO. A. GATES, President of Pomona College B. C. SHEPHARD, Ontario FRANK P. BALFOUR, Pomona DR. R. P. SHEPHERD, Pomona Map Displayed and Boundaries Fully Described. Special S. P. Train Leaving Ontario at 6 p. m., stopping; at all inter* mediate points. Returning 1 leave Covina u p.m Electric Motors v CUT ', JO Among the things Covina is fortunate in is a cheap electrical current. Cheap in price—not quality. The new nine cent, rate makes it possible for the housewife to cut the labor bill in half. Covina tlcctric Company Office hours, 8-9 a. m. Telephones 121 and 3121 A. Q. Gant CEMENT CONTRACTOR We do everything in first-class cement work and it will pay you to get our figures on your job, large or small. Home Phone 59 Clarence Allison Plans furnished for all kinds of buildings. COVINA. Building Contractor CAL. Stowell Fumigating Co. EXPERIENCED, PRACTICAL FUMIGATORS Work Guaranteed. Prices Reasonable. Phone 177, Charter Oak Phone 199, Covina Northsidc Meat Market CHAS. A. SIMMONS, Prop. We carry nothing but the best. Prices Reasonable. All Meats Government Inspected. ORDERS SOLICITED AND DELIVERED. Shop just south of S. P. Depot. Home Phone 1144 Covina Pharmacy E. U. SMITH, Prop. PRESCRIPTIONS Receive our personal attention PURE, FRESH DRUGS Toilet Articles, Face Creams THE BEST Since we purchased this pharmacy its business has doubled. We appreciate your patronage and will always try to please. Visit Covina Pharmacy Adjoining A. O. U. W. Hall, Citrus Avenue MEARS&CO Successors to D. B. Wilson New and Second-Hand Goods ! We will continue the business in ' the same old stand. We can fur nish your IIOUMC from gurrett to jc-llar cheaper than anyone See us bctore buying v-!>i-where. VETERINARY SURGEON DR. R. J. RAMAOE Honor Graduate, Toronto College TREATS ALL ANIMALS Alexandria Stables, 827 S. L. A. St. LOS ANGELES Home E 33-11, Mail* 20. Calls by telephone or letter d.iy or night carefully attended tu. Charges moderate.

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