Covina Argus from Covina, California on June 20, 1908 · Page 1
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Covina, California
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Saturday, June 20, 1908
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Mr* N. M F\ H. FABRIOK Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Ideal Gas Stoves, Paints, Oils and Glass, Sherwin-Williams Paints, Guns and Ammunition, Peters' Shells. COVINA Overland Keen Kutter Roadsters The Finest Boys' Wagons at HAROWARE; ARGUS VOL 36 COVINA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1908. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ROUT. P. UPDYKE, D. M. D. DENTISTRY Over Argus Office Covina, Cal. Phone 284 p. J. CLINE, —DENTIST— Office hours: 8:30 to 12, i to 4. Home Phone 47 Office: Bank Blk., - Covina, Cal. ROXIE E. BATES, M.D. Special attention given to treatment of diseases of women and children. Office and residence East College St., first door E. of First National Bank Office hours: 8 to 10 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. Phone 288 Covina, Cal. PR. WILLIAM CAPPS OFFICE PRACTITIONER Chronic Diseases Specialties—Cancer, stomach and intestines, genito-urinary, ear, nose and throat, diseases of the nervous system. Hours, 9 to 12 a.m., 1 to 4 p*.m. Office over First Nat'l Bank, Covina, Phone 75 ] & JENNINGS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS T. D. KEKD G. D. JENNINGS 8-10 a m 10-12 m 2-4 p m, 7-8 p m 4-6 p m Offices in Reed blk., Phone 40. Residence of Dr. Reed E. Badillo st. Phone 48; Residence of Dr. Jennings on Reynolds addition, E. Badillo St. •*•- - — » ' ,, OSTEOPATH Phones: Office 175; Res. 23 Hours 9-4 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Covina, Cal. COMMENCEMENT WEEK FILLED^WITH EVENTS Graduating Class of Seventeen Addressed By Dr. Jordan and Presented with Diplomas Last Evening. |)RS. C. B. & M. Z. WAL,SWORTH OSTEOPATH1C PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Special attention to diseases of women Sujte 306-7-8 Lankershim Bldy. Cor, Third and Spring Sts. LOS ANGELES, CAL,. QEO. L. SANDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW Offices 32S-333-33S Wilcox Building, Telephone, Home 425 LOS ANGELES, CAL. Saturday's in Covina. Office Argosy Block. j^tftFE B. BIDWELL ATTORNEY AT LAW Home ohone 3164. Glendora, Cal. ANDREW M. PENCQ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Notary Public Phone 1039 Reed Block Covina, Cal. £)R. O. T. AMYRAULD VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST , Graduate Mc.Gill University, Montreal Office and Res. San Bernardino Road and Keefer's Livery. Phone 1610. Get Busy While Special Reductions Are On All Sizes and Styles; PORTRAITS at C. W, Tucker's Studio •- KASTMAN KODAKS AMATKUK DKVKLOI'IN'i, A X L) FINISHING The crown Jug event of the week's festivities of the Covina Union High School took place last evening nt tbe First Presbyterian Church, when seventeen, thirteen girls nud four boys, the largest clnsa in the history of tbe school,received their diplomas. The occasion was memorable on no- count of the presence of tbe distinguished educator, Dr. Dnvid S. Jordan, president of Leland Stanford, Jr., University, who delivered the oration, "The demands of the twentieth century for young men." Long before the appointed hour the large church was filled with an expectant, assemblage of the relatives and friends of the graduating class. The decorations were superb and the wealth of flowers on the platform and banked in front of the graduates beggared description. The building was filled with their fragrance and almost lighted with their glow, green and red, tbe class colors, being everywhere in profusion. The graduates and facultv were seated in the choir loft while beneath them was the hieb school orchestra, prominent seats on the fight v d"f' toe platform, while on the platform were Prof. A. H. Collins, Dr. Dnvid 8. Jordan, Eev. 8. W. Gage and Rev. 8. W. Funk, the latter named gentleman being president of tbe school board. The progani was carried out in its entirety: • Orchestra, "Roman Carnival," (Mendelssohn), High School orchestra. Invocation, Rev. S. W. Gage. Address, Dr. David S. Jordan. Overture, "An Evening Out," (DeWitt), High School orchestra. Presentation ot class, Prin. A. Harvey Collins. Conferring of diplomas, Rev S. W. Funk. Distribution of (lowers. Waltz Suite, "Academy," (Dachau), High School orchestra. Those wh« received diplomas were: William Paul Ouster, Josephine Hampton Duvuino, Angola Vyvyenno Faulder, Clara Rubeim FenBom, Bess Marguerite Given, Krnuw May Hull, (Jail Leech, LeiHol Leighton, Sidio Mario Lincoln,Harry Nash Neil, KOHC Anuotta Nigg, Katherino Philleo, Ilattio Mao Nye, Jennie Hazel Power, Gladys Huhameol Ratckin, Charles Louis Walters, Oliver William You tig. DACCALAURKATK SKHMON. For the first tirno in tho history of our city it waH possible to accommodate those who desired to attend tho baccalaureate sermon to the graduating class of tbe C'ovina Union High School. The capacity of the, beauti- jt'ul new church recently erected by the Presbyterians was full}' shown and our eiti/,er..s realized, perhapn (for tbe first time, that tho sacred I edifice is adeipuite for the re<)uiro- ! nients of all occasions. i Upon tht) platform were all the pas- I tors of the various denominational ! churches of our city ami tho super: vibing principal of tho school, Prof. | A. H, Collins, '/vho were introiluced I by Rev. Paul (i. Ktevens. ' The .scriptures were, read by l!ev. j S. \V. Gage, liHBtor of (lie Baptist i Church, hev. M. H. I'crry leading I in prayer. Hiu^in^ vsus furnished ' l,y a largo choir, tho anthem l><;in« rendered by a double quartet cutn pcioed of Mc-tdambfi iJiunjes, Stevens, .litinehoii and Miss Thompson and Mea.-i'.i. Walton. Huff, Brewster an'l Sj.rot 'i-. Th(- sermon by the Id-.v. W. G. (,'onley '/' lh<- ('hri.-.thiii Church v>«s iif the hiu'h»::>i, order and (-.specially a|,|.roj:i iatr,- to the occasion. T!ii-> divin*- la hiii- <ii tb(; finished -;,eak':iM in the Sbn Gabriel valley. On this occasion he took as. tho basis of his sermon the words found in Mark vii, 'J4, "And He entered into a house, and would hnve no man know it: and ho could not be hid." MUSICAL RECITAL. The annual musical recital of the high school oichestra was given in the auditorium on Monday afternoon at 2 p.m., a large crowd being present. This institution is only uu«? year- old and great credit is due for the excellent work produced under the direction of the leader, Prof. FitzGerald. The program, every number of which was faultlessly rendered, consisted of tho following numbers: "An Evening Out," orchestra. Violin solo, "Fourth Aire Vario," Grant Chapman. Cornet solo, "Beyond tho Gates of Paradise," Glen Leisure. Sextette, "In the Gloaming, "Prof. aud Mrs. FitzGerald, Miss Philleo, Messrs. Walters, Leisure and Ascheu- brenner. Violin solo, "Berceuse" (Jocelyn) Miss Stumpf. , Cornet and. trombone duet, • 5\ ,.,~ 1 «Ats'.,iaM>k-*'. •«. Vi*. t.. ? * '..,*< '. ( Glenn Leisiiro, George Motter, Karl Miller, Hubert Noil, Earl Philleo, Carl Rich, Ben Sissou, Ruth Arthur, Etmnn Anderson, Helen Brondwell, Hazel ClifTord Blanche Crouse, Maud Fairly, Frooda Fairly, May Hnpuor, Gertrude Hulco, .Hazel Mann, Penrl Middaugh, Pearl Reb- haiu, Muriel Sherwood, Ine/ Smith, Imo Van Aukon, HOHSB Graham. STUDENT BODY. Tho annual mooting of tho student, body was hold on Tuesday afternoon ' iu the high school auditorium. The' uinetiug was called to order by the | president, Gladys Ratekin, tho minutes of the last mooting being read by the secretary, Oliver Young, The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Alice Atwood; vice president, Leslie Shipway; editor of the "Cardinal," Walter AHchon- brenner; business manager of tho "Cardinal," Gilbert Nigg; secretary and treasurer, Geraldiuo Aechcn- breuuer. ORATORICAL CONTEST. In the Reed oratorical contest held in tbe school auditorium on Tuesday evening there wore throe contestants, Oliver Bell, Arthur Bixby and Leslie Shipway. Tho coveted first; prize was secured by Leslie Shipway in an oration on the probability of war between the United States and Japan within the next few years, Arthur Bixby won second place, his subject being "George Rogers Clark. " "Lincoln, tbe Man," was the title of tha oration by Oliver Dell. It was of Btifficient motit to be deemed wor- r>£Itjft-SaEJEafc.# ..-jjiAS*f ._< & ; J L^,^^.*i»-.-p m .,tj»'a^„ » _ j|ji *. J •VHjBi*™rn Me CbflB. Waltere. Waltz, "Suite Academie," orchestra, JUNIORS ENTERTAIN SENIORS. The annual reception and banquet by the Juniors in honor of the graduating class of tbe high school was one of tho successes of this great closing school year. Wo say "great closing" advisedly, for never in tho history of tho Coviua schools hove tho commencement functions and ex- orcisos boon carried out so elaborately as tho present year. Tho reception was given in tho M. E. Church, which for the occasion had been beautifully decorated. The banquet * table was sot the entire length of tho church in tho form of a hollow square, tho interior of the .square being a palm garden in rniim- turo, flowering Japan owe plants and other aiming lending color to tho beautiful green of the palm leaves, The banquet of seven courses, excellently prepared and served by tho ladies of the church, was followed by a season of toasts, the supervising principal, Mr. Collins, acting as toastrnastei. Mr. F. A. Fit/Gerald responded to the toast, "Our President," and as tho name of Roosevelt, that great typical American, fell from IUH lips, the building rang with the applause and cheers of the young people, who in » few years will control the deHtiiiies of the world's greatest, republic. Mr. G. W. Hur- t'ey in a speech full of wit and wisdom HpoUii to this toast, "f-'oviiiH Union Hiiili School and Her l-aciil ty." Adalt W'aye, of thu Junior ClaHH, gave the toast to the graduating class which WHH responded to by Chas. Wultei-B. The toaHt, "Our Other Guests," was appropriately handled by Wesley Xigg. Over si.vty Hat down to the banquet, hoard. Music wan furnished throughout the H«rving of the banquet by Miiih Hattie N'yf and Kobert Philleo. GRAMMAR GKADCATKH RK CK1VKD. On Monday afternoon at I : 1 ."> p. m., the uraimnar school graduates were received in the high school auditor iii'n, a class of thirty being prenenled by i'rof. 1.("-brick. The rcholari | were gi\en a nlip ot pfij.or on which j each v.iij|<- liis or )n-i itdoiee of study |-.ubjt-c.ts for iifc.xt y-ar, the ->mii(: l.f uii "-.ubjecl t', n-vinion al. thu >/''«in ioK of MM- hcb'iul >t-ar. The )•.!)<,'A UK an- Mil- nanii-4 <»f t hi: fi aduiit '-s . I red Mark, V- ;.i d cpntf, I5«.yd King, .#•#•-• DO YOU KNOW THIS? Tluit there in a sc<iiri(y in A/ti$on lentil J<m? Lfirgf. fniil crof> coming? /'\nit>r\' xiuthlc to. niccl the demand? Prices, arc tip? Arc go- ing higher? Luckily are overstocked. Can sell «t fame old price ivhilc slock lasts, Jt will mean money in your pocket to Inty now. Our next shipment will be. sold at the market price which will l>e higher. S^K^5*f ,v' ".tf^iT] 1 '^''Ar*r^Y^y^4^**^**^T^**** r T *>T!'^"v^v"8. the prifei to reward the farnost etiort of the young man. SENIOR CLASS PLAY. Tbe Womatis Club House was crowded on Wednesday evening by invited friends of tho Senior class, and none wero disappointed in the excellency of tho program provided. The principal number, of course, was tho class play, "Cupt. Racket," a siJo-splitting comedy in three ants. Tho various characters wore woll sustained, taking part having been carefully trained by Mr, F. A. Fit'/.Gorald, musical director of tho school. The principal parts wero carried by Harry Noil, Chaw. WallorH, Paul Custor, Oliver Young, Kalhor- ino Philleo, Gladys Raickin and iluttiti Nyo. Following tho class play Uio"OliisH Will," was read by Vyvyenne l''!iul- der, clotting with a presentation to tho hi^h school orcheHtra of u lieiiulifiil 'cello, which, on behalf of tho school, was accepted iu a pleading j and witty speech by Prof. Collins. .Several clann songH, including u roMNling Konu on the class of J!HH), closed the evening's program. PHllloMATIIKON SOCIKTV. The meeting of the PliUoniatheoii Literary Hocieiy, with thu program in charge of the Junior C|IIHH. took pluce on Thursday evening in i.ho high schotd auditorium, which wns crowded to the doors. The claHH piny was a clever parody on the Hen- iors, but the hits wero received with ^uod nature and caused much aniiiHO- ini-iit. The P, L. H. phiH were presented to the Seniors by Wesley Nigg. The dawn nong about the "Hnnirty HeniorH," and selectioriH >iy the orchestra under the dignified leadership of Robert i'hilleo, conHudod tho program. , | ALI/MXf. ! The annual meeting of the uluinni ; will he held at, th(- hi^h nchool auditorium this bvening, when the 1 cla.sH of '(j8 will be initiated into the my-tte; jen of the hociely. The placo '.( meet ing has been chau^cd tioin tin; W'jioan.H CJub lluiiH' to the high" <~A-\i>,<i\ since tfie 'Aiilit'ii ii,v ilutioiiK •AI-I e hi-n I out. (Jl'l'.\ IIOI.'SK. Theie V/;IH no formal u.'.hihit of the ctii Idi < J.' ', 'A oik iu the (.'laminar school Iliio V'itr, but each i<,i,iti v,;i'i di-c'.l at«-'i iilid k<-J)t. h'.U'-.i: all till- V.l'l-k. Modi illtr.|C::t, HllOAU in tlji- -li-id 'Aoik, v. Jiich -.ho'Acd •.i-iy cieli'ahie n.-sults t'.i ooly MJ') yp-at hi '.-,>,i k. | k-^JL*,.^ .~, -*• w JE2|i^tSP *S$$$$S$$8«^^ DIRECTORS OFFICERS G. E, Anderson Murco H, Hollnmn W. H. IIOT.rjpAY, I'roulilont C. P. Clm>D H, M. HouiMir MAKCO II. HKM<MAM, Vlco Prcu. J. H. Klllott J. O. HouiMir J. H. KIJ.IOTT, Vlc» I'riw. W. II. Itollliluy I',. M<Mi.if««i W. M. OH1HWOU), ('iiBlilnr A. I'. Korddioll' J. C. UUTCHINvSON, Aunt. CivHlik'i- Capital and Surplus $90,000.o<> Covina VDallcy Savings ffianb Covina, Cal. IHKKCTOKS Ol'Ji'H'IOK'S (i»-(,. K. AnilorHi.ii W. II. llolll.lny A. I 1 . KVM'-KWtV K. 1'riMJili nl. .1. U. KllliiH II. M. Iliiiiuitr II. M. IIOt/HKH, Vlro l-i.-iil.l. nl Mum, li. llnllmitn A. !'. Korrldinlr .1. C. II I/TCIIINHON. <'HI.|I|OIW, M. (JKIHWdl-IJ, Aunt. CiiHlHi Capital and Surplus $42,000.oo FOR A KOOL KITCHEN KOOL KITCHEN KOOL KITCHEN KOOL KITCHEN USE GAS I'lionu IKS COVINA VAI.UiY (iA5 CO. Citrus A\ c. ! \

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