Covina Argus from Covina, California on March 20, 1909 · Page 8
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####*##########"» * * * Social (Hews * ' * #•*################ Invitations have been received an miiineing the marring*: of Mian Klflle Cue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (•'•. W. Co?, of lim VV. Fifth street, Los Angeles, to Mr. Fred Fa brick of this r:ity. Tti« happy event. \H to he solemnized on the, evening of March HI, First Congregational Church, Lou Angeles. A f|iiiet wedding was thai, which took place on In.st, Monday evening ut, fj :'.}() o'clock, when MisH Mattie Trout hecamo t.ho bride of Mr. Walter Kennedy of Pomona. Tho ceremony was performed by Hov. (J. F. Chemberlen nt his residence. Only the immediate relatives were present. The happy .young couple will reside in Pomona and will be at home to their friends in the near future. One, of the week's delightful affairs was a picnio yesterday nt Long Jieaoh of t.ho young ladies' Needle Club. Ten young laides with their lunch bankets left, at H :'M in the morning and spent the fore part, of the day at tho nea.shore, returning to LOH Angeles in the afternoon for the Orpheurn matinee. Tho party consisted of tho MisHes Devendorf, Mairs, Vic Reynolds, Douglass, Cook, Hastings. Kdwruds, Booth, and Faulder. On Tuesday a picnic to Fern Canyon, infhi.) bills southeast, of town, was en.jo.ycd by a party of friends. The time was pleasantly spent, climbing the, hills, picking wild flowers mid digging up ferns. All wild growth is very plentiful and beautiful owing to tho abundant rains, and right, now it, is at its best, but beware of poison oak! Lunch was enjoyed at, noon and coffee made. Those present were Mrnes. I'rather, F.dwards, II. F. Cook, tho Misses Hastings, Cook, Cupron, Douglass, Mairs, Wheeler of Massachusetts, and Kdwards. A number of his young .schoolmates surprised Mark Cunter on Friday evening of hist week at his home on iJadillo street, in celebration of his fourteenth birthday, and tho sixteenth birthday of Miss Jiuth Arthur. They were all presented with free tickets f(,r tho Irene Taylor ooncert by Miss Taylor, who is a warm friend of the Ouster family. After tho concert they returned to the house and bad refreshments of UunaloB, cocoa find onke. Others present worn the Miaaea May Casey, Ha/el Clifford, HoatfH (Iraham, Helen Drondwoll, Celo Potter, Mar.jorio Capron, and Messrs. Hoy and Kay Kistler, Clarence Fabrick, (.inn. Atvvood, Paul Leebrlok, (Jleiui Waterhonse, Hubert Nell, (Jlenn Leisure. Mrs. dialer was assisted in nerving by Miss Kthcl Casey, A jidly crowd id' friends surprised a pupn lar young mat run on Sal unlay evening at her hoini! on First, ulreet. The hoiioree was Mrs. U. (i, Kring, whose U!lth birthday occurred a few <i I.YH previously. The arrangements wern in tilt) liandH of the MiHHCs liertha Followel I and Klsin Daniels, and Hie latter young lady made a ln'iiiil it'n I iced c-.iko adorned, with I he inline and twenty-nine chocolate ThoHe present were the |)nisy Koss, Jennie and Ida lieutuu, \'allie .leaiiH, Lena ('arler, Ma SniidiirasH, Pearl Hohanan, Nannie Mm ire, MesHi'H. anil Mines. F.dgar Mill-hell, dirndl Pills, W. L. Smith, A. !•!. /.UK, MCSHIS. Clav Jeans, Joseph Thompson, Al/ii Martin, liny Hub bard. Leu \V i lluughhy, 11 mier I larris, ('has. Kendall, Harry Siiodgrastj, Willie lalb.wcll. Chatiu at (ilciulorji. Hun. Fugi'iiu W. Challii, Priibihi tion eandidatu for president of the I'nilcd Stales in I'.IOH, will lecture in (Jlcndora Opera House at U:!H) and H p iii, on Wcdiienday, March Ulth, ami thiti will give the people uf this locality an oppurliinily to hear one ut the great claims 1111 the v) American plalluini tuday. Mr. I'lialin is it lawyer of international reputut ion, an aiilhiir and statesman, liuth sessions will be 1'iee fm meiy In ds'. l'\ir parlicub;is see small bills. Return ml to Stay. Mr. ami Mrs. (iei. llaynes, u| I'ieli-e, Coin., turnier lesidelllH ul ibis city, have leiurned to Coviua to stay. 11 'iiiy sir. \ve ale here to stay," Miid .Mr llaynes when he met the Argus man this \\ed%. ''and ue have al it-aiiy | in .'lia.-eil a Imme, ami one that suits us littler than anything tic iu C'/viim." Mr. and Mrs. llaynes hu\e |Mii cba.-t d tin- lesideiii'e and lour bts i.n liiidillu slicel al iirc^i-nt ui-enpinl bv Mi . and Mi.-. A. M. Pence. The -, : ilislib-i at loll wai tfS.rillll. The Ids are planted bolitl Iu Va I ch >• I i~ It «as a U-.id buy. Mr. and Mi. l'ei'.cc \\ill leiiMVi- tu tln-ir piuiiui'tv nil K. COVINA BIDS FOR LEAGIERS Covert May Bring the Portland Baseball Team Here, There is « Hlron^ possibility tlml. the Portland Conqt Lnfigun team nia.v ho ficnurcd by the local tntuiaHdimmt to piny bfifionnll in Covinn. MfirniKor (Jnorfle Covert has extended mi invitation to that effect, arid it is expected that. Manager McOreedie of the Portlandfjrs will (incept. Covert is the main instigator of the plan to brintf the learners here and below is appended H letter piiblisbed In the Herald of March Hi, which he believeH will bo Instrumental in netting them. In tn interview the local "Mngsy" states that, although the request is made for n Hnnday Carrie, t.ho management and the players thowRolveK would much rather play on a .Saturday, or some other week dfiy. Now it is up to the busi- nesH men of the town and the packing housnft to close shop on that day and all turn out in the Interests of the Kreat national Bport. Covina has got the habit strong, and has put n re markablo non-professional team in the field, and if it is possible to Ret (.he Northerners bore, everyone should come in strong for it. Covert further states, that more good advertising cnri he derived from a source of this kind than by any other meariw; and that by banqueting the visitors and taking them in automobiles through cjiir beautiful orange groves, they wil! iccelvo a lasting impression of UiiH beautiful city. Following is the letter from the LOH Angeles Herald: March IS, 1900. Mr. Rod Perkins, Los Angeles, Cal., Dear Mir:---Wo notice in the Herald of March IStli that Waller McCreedie of the Port land team wisli«s to arrange u series of games with strong teams in Southern California. Will you kindly put us on your list and try and arrange a game for us to be played any Sunday after March '21st. Wo have strong backing here and are prepared to put a team in the field that will compare favorably with any team in tho country. We will either give them a game hero at Coviua or will play them iu Los Angeles. Our diamond bus been put in flnn condition and is first class in every respect. If they play us hern at, Coviua we will have Home- thing iu the nature of a celebration, and pay all their expenses with a banquet thrown in. We will take them on an automobile trip through the orange groves and show them a good limn generally. Covina, aa you know IN located only about twenty mil(!H from Lou Angeles in the heart of Ihu finest, orange country in the world. Only forty minutos from Los Angeles on the electric car. Kindly HIM' that this invitation is extended to the Port land team and anything you nan do in our behalf will be very much appreciated. Thanking you, 1 beg to remain, Yours very truly, (IKOKllK COVKKT. Manager Ciivina Hasnlmll Team, Local Number In Lyceum Lecture Course April 1st. The rcivina Lyceum llurciiii ilrsiri'H In ammimt'i* tn the pul'lio Ilint the I'Xlin nilMiluM- to ho ^ivon by local titlonl wil! occur mi the cvt'ii- iiiK "I April Ih.st, unil uill lie a m isct'l laiirniiH pic^nim I'nrii islicil li.V tho very 1'esl, local talent nl> laiiuilile. . \tliniHsion ~i'> eciils; it- nerved Meats !);> reiitn, at Nanh's. Kor the remaining three numluH'H iiuihul iiiK the local numlicr tho committee IIIIH decided to make tho clintyi< for the three oiilv 8 I. '.![). (Jet in till this reduced price 1'or three Ural class enlerliiimneiitH. I'm^ram for April llr.-it \\ill appear iu next xveek's Ar in lull. W. lliiHcrty A lleiupel, lit 1 II. i I lei Illiail IlltU'.. 1.'>S .\ hjjr Ir.i luiVe * cnsh liiiyeis foi' iiiiinne uroveh. | Mrs. C. !•!. llepuer spent the \ ast ill l.'iS All^i'les, llli> Mllr«it ul hi r ################ To Orange Growers, Land Buyers and tlomeseekers *! * #i #! ni ce. M I'H. Lottie (''ec {•Services in the Church of the H'j'y Trinity, fourth Hundny in Lent: Holy communion 11 a.m.; subject, "Absolution as Tu tight find Administered in the AnKlo-Catholif .Church. " Eveimong, 7:I!0 p.m.; subject, "A Model in Prayer." Offertory solo by Mrs. Belle Harris. .Sunday- school 0 :45 a. m. At tho Methodist. Church, the pastor, Kev. II. W. White, will preach at 11 a.m. on "Vocation!? nnd Avocations.'' At, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Stevens of Poona, India, a, returned medical missionary, and an excellent speaker, will fell of the work in that far-off land. The offering of the evening will go as the thank offering of the W.F. M.S. of the church. Worship at the Baptist Church: Bible-school 9:4S a. m. Preaching 11 a. rn., by Rev. David Downey, D. D., who has been .'if) years missionary to India. Junior 3 p.m. B. Y. P. U. fi::)0p. rn. Theme, "The Wicket Gate." Leader, Clms Kendall. Preaching 7:1)0 by the pastor. All are cordially invited to thebe services. Christ ian Church : Bible -school 0:40. Evangelistic meetings continued. Preaching at 11 by Rev. S. M. Martin; subject, "Rock and Sand." Meeting for men only 3p.m.; subject, "Manhood and Home." Intermediate and Senior Endeavor G:30. Preaching 7 :'JO; subject, "Tho Communion Question." Solos at each service by Prof. Jloggatt. Music by large chorus. All are invited. Emmanuel clinic 0 to 11 on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Presbyterian services: Sunday- school 0:45. Preaching morning and evening by pastor, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Junior Endeavor 3 p.m. Y. P.S.C. E. G:30 p. m. Prayer-meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. All are cordially invited to these services. Tho annual congregational dinner will be served by the ladies of the church Thursday evening at C:HO, after which the annual business^meot- ing will be held. Trustees and other officers of the church will be elected and reports frotn the various departments will bo received. Paul G. Stevens, pastor. * I* * # * # * * * * # # * * i* * I* !# I* '# * # * * Why bake and fret and worry when "Top Notch" pastry is waiting for you on the other end of the phone 111 Warner, Whitael & Co. Orange growers who are selling cut their properties flown south are invited to come and look our fine couuly over and the tip-top lauds we have for sale suitable for all purposes. A number of old experienced orange growers have already re-invested here and a large acreage will be planted this spring. We offer our famous Slrathmore orange lands for only $100 up with'terms to suit. STRATHMORE is located between Lindsay and Porterville and all trains stop here. • We are now selling large town lots for $150 and np you will have to*hurry to get one. Postoflice and store already here. Opening for blacksmith and livery stable now. You can of course write for further information but better still come at once. Lands bought now will be worth double next spring 1 . Excursions leave Los Angeles daily at 11 p.m. and arrive at Strath more at 11:30 a. m. Railroad fare refunded purchasers of lands. Our office is at the depot and our teams are at your service on arrival. StHthfliore Realty (o. Strathmore, Tuldre County Phone (farms) 137 *! #! #! *\ #i * ': *i Christopher's Cream Of Quality THE GREATEST SELLER OF ANY AMERICAN ICE CREAM No other cream Is so satisfying, so smooth, so delicious. No other cream is so uniOer- satty popular. No other "just as good" cream can be sold at our prices. Try it. C, F, CLAPP SOLE AGENT THOROUGHBRED Cornish Indian fame Trios S10 00 Eggs S3.50 per Setting ' C. L. SMITH Tel. 3 Azusa United States National Bank E. P. HULL DEALER IN New and Second-Hand FURNITURE Queensware, Granite and Tinware Cash paid for Second-Hand Furnitere You are Interested in poultry, then see C. L. Smith, United States National Bank, Azusa, he has the finest strain of Cornish Indian Game on the coast. . tf Tlin bill providing for the expenditure of $250,000 for the purchase of 170 acres of land at San Pedro on which to erect fortifications for the defense of the port, passed the Senate at Washington on March 1. THE DEPOT GROCERY AND MARKET will serve you with the best. Our stock is carefully selected and cannot fail to please. OUR BLENDED COFFEE Twenty-five cents per pound, roasted and blended for the Depot Grocery is unrivalled. OUR MEAT MARKET is noted for the quality ot its goverment inspected meats, hams and bacon. Fresh eastern oysters in bulk a specialty. ROBERT CRENSHAW Our motto: Prime goods and moderate prices. Phone 22 A Clean Watch We also have a fine line of EWELRY and WATCHES Give us a call. means good time to you for years to come. True economy in a timepiece lies in CLEANLINESS. The delicate parts doing indescribable work will soon wear'themselves to RUIN, destroy their high finish and perfect fit when running in accumulating dirt and ratcid oil. IT WILL COST YOU NOTHING TO LET US EXAMINE YOUR WATCH. OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED. Special Prices on Watches for the next ten days. M i -.. (i. \\". Lee has lieen en joy il:t_' ] 3^ a ileli^htlul \vet'k'h visit ti<>m lit'i '(jfa .,hl lime tiifiui, Mis. M. A. lit', it'h uf j yjc! San .1 use, j >W Mis. ,1 ,l. !• it/i leialtl tit Hot-. I \'rii ; ^ tlniiie, I'll huiiitullv I' i tin- Ka.-t on i ^ Thursday. i'ti iii'ciiunt ut the feriuiii \ .,w-'' ll lilies ut l,i i M-li i . iii \e\> Haven, ' ' v,- Ml. and Mis. II. L. Haiiu-h and 'itiiiily, Mr. J Sti|h» ainl •-• n l>a\, were ani'-ng I he nuuilifi who alteiid ed ii;e l'a;;u|l l'i utily 111. picnic l.ebl in last Saturday. COVINA JEWELRY CO. Covina, Cal.

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