Covina Argus from Covina, California on January 23, 1909 · Page 5
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f local Events, \&==<$ a &*g\ -•=-- -- Mrs. F. J. R.tth and daughter of Ven- uru was visiting Mrs. O. C. Logue ionday. Holy Trinity Church ('mild met on 'hursday afternoon at the home of ?!. Knnis. Miss Mamie Conk was tlie guest Inst Wednesday of friends in Sail JJimas. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John lirunjcs, "on Sunday, January 10th, a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Carter of Duartc were guests last Sunday of Prof, and Mrs. 1'latt. The Pastor's Aid of tlie Presbyterian Church met on Tuesday, instead of Wednesday, this week. Mr. and Mra. J. W. Armstrong were wee.k-end guests of relatives at Long Beach. Miss Louise Pottieroy returned last Wednesday evening from a pleasant visit with friends ;it Bedondo. Mrs. Jim Wood and baby have arrived from Beaumont to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. Followi Mr. and Mrs. JJunenn MrLellan, of Vancouver, B. ('., are quests of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. MacDonald. Mrs. Flora Follette of Long Bench spent this week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. II. Collins. Mr. T. A. Mason of Joliett, Til., is the guest of his cousin, Mrs. 0. D. Jennings Mrs. F. A. Fitzgerald and niece, Miss Hughes, who are wintering in Los Angeles, were here last Friday looking after business interests of the former Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Broadwell am family are moving into a new resi donee on West Orange street, lately built by Mr. Fred Aschenbrenner. Mrs. Zcntner of Point Bluff, Wis., spending the winter with her sisters the Misses Clara and Fa nine Davis, OIK other California relatives. Mrs. Charles Thorpe and little chili of Los Ange!e,<! have been guests of Mr and Mrs. Ben Thorpe since last Tues day. Mrs. Harry White and sons, Horace and Reginald, were guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. S. White of Pasadena from last Friday mitil Tuesday. Waited Scott, County Assessor of Santa Aria, was a luncheon guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Nash and called on C. E. Bcmis on Tuesday last. Mr. and Mrs. F^. II. Lalicc are glad to hear that the party of friends of Chicago and St. Louis who were' in Italy are all safe, having been at Naples at the time of the earthquake. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Chase of Belhi, Iowa, who are spending the winter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Thorpe, are spending a week with friends in Los Angeles. • Master J.ohnnie Poo and little friends celebrated hia sixth birthday Friday, January 15, -with a party not soon to be forgotten by the little ones, who wish hi'fn many returns of the day. • Mr. and Mra. C. E. Bemia were guests at the all-day reception given last Monday by the Pomological Club of Glendora. Mr. Bemis gave a talk on the mealy bug. Mr. and. Mrs. M. D. Berg of Sal inn, Kans., who are visiting relatives in Los Angeles, were dinner guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller. Miss 'Hazel Hamilton of Pasadena who has come over for tho High School debate, is the guest of Miss Adah Way at the home of her aunt, Mrs. W. M, Griswold. Dr. Lewis Thorpe of "Orange Thorpe Ranch" is building a summer resi donee at Balboa Beach. In his spare hours the doctor is working on a gaso line launch which ho hopes to have com jileted by next summer. fi. F. Preston has returned to Tain pico, Mexico, and with him ,J. L. Sinit) of Salt Lake City, manager of th • Tampico Fruit Co., of which Mr. Pres ton has charge of the citrus depart incut. Mr. Smith says In- has lookci carefully over all the citrus fields o California and considers Covina ha every prospect of becoming the great est center of the industry. About twenty ladies and gcnllcrnei accepted the invitation extended to tl Monday Afternoon Club by the A/.u.-. Woman's t'inb ""'' availed thcmselvi of the opportunity to hear Mr. (leorge of the (leorge Junior l,'e|>ublic. of New York. Mr. (leorge gave a most, interesting address on the work of Hie Kc- l>ublic and of its California olVspring. The Covina Choral 1'iiioii began business on Monday e\eiiing with thirty- five enthusiastic paid n;. eharter members and the promisi- of several more. The cut ranee fee will r.-inain at ."iu cent- fora few we..|;s longer. A in- who wi-.li tn join an.I who have not i ••••.•, v e.l ca r Mr. and Mrs. Bert Blanchard and lit- son of Pomona spent a few days vith Covina relatives this week. Tho ladies of the M. K. Church held missionary meeting on Wednesday ;if- eruoon at the home of Mrs. A. Warier. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dowler of Sail rancisco are week-end guests of Mr. ind Mrs. Will (friih'ths. On Sum'.uy the larty will go by auto to Santa Ana to visit Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Uritliths. Mr. and Mrs. McPhersou of Salt Lake 'ity are spending a week with Mrs. O. •\ Preston. The former has invented i new species of oil-burner and is detu- nistral.ing it in Los Angeles. There will be a snri;\l at the Presby- lerian Church next Friday evening, lanuary LMMli, at wlii.-li the- ladies will >c entertained by the gentlemen, .tho iff air having been postponed for a week. Mr. and Mrs, A. C. Case and children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Case of Eastern Washington, who are wintering at Long Bench, called on Tuesday afternoon to see old friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Custer, being on an auto trip to Rcdlands, Riverside and other points in the valley. Mr. Frank Case is manager of the shoe department of Sears, Roebuck & Co. Guests at M>. and Mra. I). .T. Overholtzer from the Utth to the 111th were Mrs. Bertha Snell of Long Beach and Mrs. Laura Broadbent and her daughter Helen, from Myrtle Point, Oregon. Also entertained over night Air. and Mrs. Wheeler of West Washington, old- time friends of Mrs. D. J. O. Also entertained at luncheon Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John tiarber of Lordsburg,Cal, Mr. F. J. Stimson of Walnut Center writes the Argus from Dallas, Texas, where he and Airs. Stimson are staying, that he is having ' a good tune anting, no trouble to get the limit of ticks and puail, but that Texas is not; California by any means. He says "We intend to return in lie spring and just, tell the good people f Covina that, whether they know it r not, California Is the best, advertised itate in the Union, and if one-third of he people who say they are going to 'alifornia this spring, do so, there will e something doing." The Wednesday Evening Club gave a lancing party in the Woman's Club louse last Wednesday night. About hirty couples turned out in a pouring •nin to enjoy the evening, some of hem coming from Azusa and Glendoru. The committee, assisted by the young adies, provided an elaborade sup- )er that was served at 11 o'clock. The •efrcshments consisted of Waldorf salad, aandwichcs, Saratoga chips, dill pickles and coffee. , Beautiful and popular music, was ren- lered by a four-piece orchestra under he direction of Mr. Robert Philleo, and when the last strains of "Dreaming" ceaacd at 1 o'clock it was with regret that the happy gathering broke up. The silver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson was made the occasion last Sunday of a delightful reunion of relatives and friends from the beautiful lakes of Sweden. The table, which groaned with a goodly choice of viands, was decked with smilax and (lowers, and ropes of the feathery foliage were festooned about the banquet chamber. Many lovely silver gifts were brought by the guests. Those present were: Mr. and M'rs. A. T. Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dalin and family, Mrs. Pearson and children of Los Angeles, Mrs. Nelson and children of Lou Angeles, Carl Anderson and family of Monrovia, and Victor Carlson of .Monrovia. Over thirty were present in all, anil stayed from morning until lifter supper. liev. Robert Clclland, for years the pastor of nn A/.usa. church, and now located nt, Long Meach, preached both morning and evening at the Covina Presbvteriaii Church last Sunday. Special music was rendered. In the morning Miss liess Mathilde Welch sang "Oh, Sacred Mead So Wounded," with mixed quartette assisting. The quartette also sang an arrangement of ' ' Nearer My (lod to Thee. " In the evening tin- special music began with an organ voluntary, a ' ' Harcarollc ' ' by Sterndale -lieiinet t. The organi-.l was Mr. Alec Anderson, who as an organist lias few peers in Southern I'alitornia. Tlie quartette sang "The Kiny ol' Love M V Shepherd I:,. " by Sin lle.v. Mi-s Welch ainl Mr. II. \. 'WelU -an^. Sin I lev 's duel, entiHe.l. • • 11 a i k , I lark, My I hi i number M i — WeN -. i) M ;: n o \ < 11 i j < ',\ :r- h e:i I >\ . •. i I e | i ;_r 11 t i 11 e- ill. IIMI-. .-• '.\ a - OUR AW: Warner, Whitsel & (o. Horne's Grocery Pomona Sanitary Laundry COVINA HIGH VICTORIOUS Local Debaters Secure Victory From Pasadena. As the Argus goes to press Walter Aschenbrenner nt\d Albino Fmvors carried the high, school colors again to victory in the debate last evening between the Covinn and Ffisiidenn high schools, being awarded '204 2-3 points to 1DO 1-3 for Pasadena. Pull report in next issue. JEROME REYNOLDS REAL ESTATE Orange Groves, City Property Walnut and Alfalfa Ranches CAM, AND l.IST VOUK 1'KOI'KKTY OtTice with A. M. Pence, Reed JUk. COVINA. CAL. *&£&£&&££&&£&&£^&&£&&&&&# f* * i Wet Goods Galore Missionary Meeting at Church. Christian For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. ton of fine oat bay. tf. For Sole- One Phone 25,'). Indigestion will never bo bvot on by W.W. & Co.'a pastry. Implements nfc oily pricoa. C. II. Morris. Tel. Aznsa •». tf For Halo Pliono 157. Good driving liorao. Rain coats, rubber coats, cravonetts rain clothes Vliat arc iruaranteed. Will tiolcr;u-.k or leak. Short coats or lot)"; coats, pants and hats. Lottr; Fireman's coats i?.vOO each; short coats and pants, S.VOO or SI.50 per j We Have Just Received another lar^e lot of men's Knit Jackets, tan, bine, £rey and brown. Pure wool, all sixes. $4.00 each. Latest Styles in spring waslt o'oods. Mer- cerix.ed cotton iotilanls. Fancy bordered and plain edjjes, all colors, S'.sc yd. Covina Peoples Store (INCOHVOKATKI)) Dr. Roynl J. Dye, n retnrnod mis- siounry from Uolcngo, Alricn, addressed n largo giitbnrin).; in the Christian Church last Friday i>vcning upon tlto work of Mio clinroli in Central Afrloa, cspcoinlly on tbo Upper Congo, where ho is Htntionod. Dr. Dye ia young, attnu'.Uvo, mid mi enthusinHt.if.'. speuker. Ho sfioko of the "Oregon," n slotiuior boing supplied and aupportod by tbo stale after which it ia mimed, and towhioh Mr. Waters of Pomoun hn.H donated 85000. This stefinier is to be used in the work along the Congo and n similar steamer is to bo supported by the people of Southern California. Dr. Dye will return next Thursday, Jan. 28, and give another lecture illustrated with stereoptioou views. Artistic Picture of New High School Building. Everyone should visit Cnmming's Confectionery store and examine the beautiful hair brush painting oJ tho Covina Union High School. This beautiful work of art is painted on a sofa pillow of Morocco leather, bordered with fringe in tho high school colors aud will be drawn for on February 22nd. Every purchaser of goods to the value of 25 cents receives one ticket which entitles him or her to a chance in the drawing. Great Revival Planned. Encouraged by the great SIIOOOSH of the iJVooks UrotherB cnmpiiign hold u year ago, the Christian Church IIHH aecnre.d the services of two of tho most snceesflful evangelists of tho nation to begin u revival about February 21. The members will begin at once, active preparation for t.ho campaign for souls, and it, is expected that, with tho experience of tho last revival, even greater things will bo nc Khed this year. Wagons and buggies. C. H. Morris. Tel. A'/UHII 'I. tf FnrniHlterl room to Knnt- -Knqnire at 12J Went College Ht.root, Covina. When yon arc liungry and don't know wliiit yon want, try W. W. A-. Co. 'a pa.slry. Oysters all tho time nt Cronshaw'H Grocery. Kresh ami linn, i!0«i a dozen. t,f Cow MeloitH For Rale—-82.00 a ton. No bettor food for your Htook. J'\ M. Chapman, phono (M. tf Now Hewing machine to trade for horse or for other I'urnitnro. Hull's Homind hand store. . Furnished rooms for rent. Apply to Mra. Martha Hiuach, Cottage Drive. tf W,hore was Johnnie \vhon mother got homo? In tho pantry eating W. W. .& Co.'a P1K. OYSTERS—From this time on wo will carry fresh oysters In bulk at 20o a do/on. Croiishnw's Grocery- Wanted—Girl or woman for Unlit housework. Call on Mra. D. E. Huff, Orange atreot. Booms to rout for lightf housekeeping — Apply to Mrs. Allison, West Dextor St. t f Place your spare cash in tho Covina Valley Savings Bank, a safe investment ut 4 per cent. Jf Mary is left rilono with three apples and four W. W. &. Co.'H doughnuts, what will she have left? Three apploH. All your troubles will bo wafted away upon the balmy southern zcpliern when you drink Premier Dleiul Colloe. W.W. &, Co. Tho SoutliweHfom JJrokcrago Company will buy your onmuoH for OIIH|I. II. O. Simpson, agent. OHIoo with California Cil.rnu Union. tf V* Are You Out of Stationery? H AV/i you noticed our n>indon> of stationery? It contains the latu.it stylos of Writing papers on the market and t\?c hai)c taken great paints to select an nn-to-date stock, representing ctiery quality and a fit to etfery purse. We already feel n'cll paid for the stock is going fast. "The test of a stock is the selling of it." "Nuff Said" Sale. F. C. Wilson reports the sale of tho ten acre Valencia and navel iiningo grove of F. L. Hostelller of Jrwin- dalo to Mi'h. Olive M. Coflln, widow of .Judge Coflln of Omaha, Nebraska. J'rice 8H!,<J(JO. Mrs. Cnflln will re Hide on tin- properly. Ijcghoru young laying beiiH. MacDonald, Haranea street. D. W. I'boiie Mrs. (;. .J. Jiniinll lias been ill with the grippe for the pa'.l week. New Cni.k Mi/V<:h at Hull's hecuiid hand More. Tl.e.y are pearlies. You'll know why it's HO popular v.iicn sour cup is tilled \vitb I'rc.miei 1 Uleiiil Do not forget, thai. l>r. (Mark (UH- iliMipatlu who has liucccedtid to J)r. | (loudcll'M prnnliec, oei'iipiew I he name (illlces in the Fiiht National Mank building. If l'',ggs for SeltingH Tlioroiii/hbreil White Leghoin, While Minorca anrl [• ami § I. 00 per ,|. Wheeler, (Jyprehs iliUH. I! lp III nt dli'iM i!0 acre in I. rut ing. Holnn ci i|il ion arid lowest n. SEASON FOR DECIDUOUS TREE PLANTING Get your trees now of Armstrong MM Nurseries _ __«/__ ^^^^»»«»M»»——.—»—— Peach, Apricot, Plum, Apple, Walnut Half a million Km:alyptus Trues ready for p All kinds of hurry vitu-.s. Wt- can supi'ly any tiling yon wish in tho oniainuiital lint;. | CAM, US IIY IMIONK OK COMK IN AND SKK US Home Phone 125 222 East College St. K's,uy^^^^^^ lilack Mliiorcn. •letting. Mrs. avenue. J'houe Wanted \ orange grove \'aleiicins. l i ice to The Last Issue of Government Bonds bear 2 per cent interest. Your savings account with this bank will pay you 4 per cent interest. You can start an account with as little as 1 Jrink lo mill lh rieniier e t.y W AS

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