Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 1, 1909 · Page 2
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LIVE NEWS FROM VALLEY POINTS'JAMES CORBET!, ~ w ~j The Horse-'ShoeiTii: Tf j I ."'... d fc IRWINDALE. The homo of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Coltrin waa the scene of a delightful dinner party last Saturday evening, when Mr, and Mrs Coltrin entertained in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Joseph E. Ileat.h, Miss Edna Colt.rin, and Mr. Robert TOdgar, which had occurred during the week. The chief decoration of the table was a be-.Uitl- fui lighted birthday cake. Pink roscn wore also used In profusion about Hi.; loom...The guests of Mr. and Mrs. Coltrin were:.. Mrs. Clinton I leal It Mr and Mrs. Joseph 10. Heath,' .Vi'is Myrtle Crawford of Covina, Mrs. 'A'.n. » IJ/'ovvn of LOH AriKolos, Mr. and Mrs. Jlobert Kdgar, and Mr. \V. rf. Sawyer of Frwlndalo. Sunday callers at the home of Mrs' Oorgf! .J, Reynolds wore Mr. anrl JVirn. "\Villard Goodwin or LOB Anj,'ol«M. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwards of Han Bor- 7iardino wen; KiiosU of the latter';; r.'.hl'ir, Mrs. 10. T. Coffman of Or;nig'j avenue, thin week. \V. O. Krum of Vincent street \»n l;i,;t week for Los Aiigeles, where I.-J will be under a irtiyslolan's care. Aria Oovoruiorf had as hor t over Sunday, Miss Anno NuU of Pomona College. MlHH Hel(;n Lawnon of Pomona Col lego visited at, the he mo of Mr. and MIH, A, Carnahau over 'lie wf-ek on<'.. Mrt;. A. (). (Jant of Orange averuii' and MIT.. .1. II. (Jant of Covina v/i;ro guests Sunday of the former's mule and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.R. 0, Gant of Ontario. Mrs, Clara Ayers was called t.o I'dHndona Tuesday to attond the fu.i t.rnl of a relative, Mrs. (larrlson, Mrs. Daniel Ilelchard In enjoying a two weeks' visit, from her sister, Mrs. Hrnma Canlield, and her nlero, MJHH Marian C'anflold, ol'Albainbra. OuoiftH at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mead over Sunday were their grandchildren, Miss Grace niddiok and Walter Blddlck, arid M!HH Alvena Shaco of Los Angeles. Miss Marlam Brown of Los Angeles and Mr. Ray Coltrin of San Bernardino road were guests on Sunday of Miss Bessie Madison of Pomona. K. 15, Harris is building a large barn on his property on West Puente St. The Irwlndale Miscellany Club held the most successful meeting of its history on Tuesday afternoon. A special musical program was given by Miss Edna Z. Modlo and Miss Irene Wadey of Los Angeles at the home of Mrs. Daniel Relchard. About fifty ladies were present, officers and delegates from the clubs ta Azuaa, Baldwin Park, Covina, 101 Monte, Glcndora, Monrovia, and Tropico being Invited. The beautiful Relchard home was profusely decorated with llowers of lavender hue. After the program, elaborate refreshments were served by the club ladies. This club has long looked upon Miss Modlo and Miss Wadoy as Its proteges, and has beet) especially anxious that tho neighboring clubs might know their ability. The program amply Justified the pride which tho club members have in the young artists. Miss Modlo Is a whistler of surprising power and sweetness, and Miss Wadoy charmed her audience both by her solos and her clover reading. Tho numbers of tho program wore as follows: (a) Roses In Juno (Gorman); (b) Lesson With a Kan (llardolot).Miss Wadoy. (a) Blrd-('ai.chor (Mrlggs); (b) My Heart Sings (Cluutiliuule), Miss Mo- dlo. Reading— Hells of Slmndon; read- ing—Loi-hlnvar, Miss Wadoy. Chimes of tho Mission Dolores (by Seller), Miss Modlo. 1 Hoard tho Voico of .losus Say (Hiithbuni). Mm Wadoy. Reading Tho Pudding, Ml«« Wadey. la) Oh That. We Two Were May- Ing (Alice Mary Smith); (l» An Old Riddlo (NYlllngcn, Miss Modlo and Miss Wadoy. Guests tills wi-ok at tin' home ol' Mr. and Mrs. <!. T. Hrow r, wen- Mr. and Mrs. Davis anil son, tin- Missrs Sliiink and MIKM Wadry of l.«s \» uelen, anil Mrs. Ware of Pomona. Mr. and Mrs. tl. X. l.unn enter l-mircl a merry parly of young people Sunday at Micir pleasant ho,ne <>n ('v)>iv.-,s -r.eiiiie. Their nut-sis were: Miss l,ui I!'- I'liman. Miss Carrie Cunningham, Mir-.s IVarl Gi.uil of Cleu- ilalc. Miss 111.iii> !i<- |),i\eii|ii>ri ol' Tn>|>.,,,. -,ir. Ralph S. I',.Mil,MI of Kanle it.uli. a!!li Ml'. Ceul'l-.- IM.'V. ul' 1.0S Angolos. \1 r .-,. 1;. U, i 'nil man is ; aifti I'll;;:. I'ru-.ii a ; , i-,. ;,!,.-., i--s ul' I ii<- h.'ail. Miss M.i, t'uii'm.iM K'liuuiis ii. annul (In:-.i!;,.- i MI,,hi ;.,!• '1 r. ;..h,l '.1 i... K caai ni \' ' " • ' a •, • • ,,.,,,. , i ;, i i m ,-il a. part > »! 11 :,-ii'is ;,i ii : ; . u iili'irs "U S'liiii,' .• '!'!•.-•• re. j,,yii ; (!:• ::• LI ••'•! •;;:. Ill > u •''" "" "> '' ;-,!r.-,. V.'ii i.-i.i.i u. \ : . Mi - i'.nii Mi - \V,-ti luaaii H.I' MI>S. .-. St.-lui:.. u ni I. .< Angeles, Irwin ol 1 Covina, 'and^VVoh- mann and Mess/a. (Jordon and Lamon. Rev. L. A. Clark returned last week from Riverside. Mrs. John Fleale of Lou Angeles was a guest of Mrs. J. M. Crane of Orange avenue this week. Many Japanese of this district have visited the Japanese battleships at San Pedro and have been in attendance at. the various towns where the Japanese officers were entertained. i GLADSTONE AVENUE ;.> J -CHARTER OAK V< \ has built a neat shop and put In a I complete outfit of tool*, and !« now prepared to do all kfnd*'6f ftrtiitMrrg work. ' •••• ' Note the address—One-half mile north of Charter Oak Schoolhoule. tf See Us BALDWIN PARK The yoiin« men of the llnlrlwin Park Hoost.ers Club KHVC !i minstrel show last. Haturdfiy nl^hf. for the hen'•(It of the olub'H vilhiKC Improvement work. The entertainment, was largely attended find was a great success financially. The young men were indebted to Mrs. Mershon and Miss Dawn Wilson for f.ho first number on the program, which was a piano duet. Those taking part, in the three-act comedy wore Messrs.Mersbon, Ames, Prank and ("JharloH Johnson, L. Travis, Hugh Rlohmon, Karl and O. Mall, Will Cherry and Frank Rutledge. An informal dance followed the program. A merry party of young people fit- tended tho mask ball given In A/usa on Friday night. Those in the party were Mr. and Mrs. ,\>ericlo« ArneH, Mr. and Mrs. Mershon, and Miss Dawn Wilson. Mrs. Baker and Miss Dodson of T>os Angeles visited the former's mother on SundRy. Miss Ethel Collins of T.OH Angeles was a guest at tho home of Charles Dodson the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. William Stevenson are enjoying a visit from their HOD, John Spoor Stevenson. Mr. Stevenson has traveled in all parts of the world in the interest of the government, being employed for the past ten years in the treasury department and spending much of that time in the Philippines and other parts of the far Kast. Mrs. Joliy Jeft on "Wednesday for Hollister, whore she will visit Mrs. Samuel Hawkins. Mrs. Sanford of Los Ange'les waa entertained tho last of this week by Mr. and Mrs. Morshon. Mrs. Deitrich spent the week with friends In Loa Angeles. JFOR HARNESS, HORSE GOODS, WAGONS, BUGGIES AND IMPLE- MENTS. Best Goods—Lowest Prices CovJrua Harness Saddlery Co. Phone Home 1170 PUENTE. (!eo. CIross and family spent the week end at Long Beach. 1'. tl. Blue and family loft this week They will return to Southern Callfor- j nia in tho fall. 10. P. AVright of l,os Angeles, T. Oroen of Spradra and (1. 10. CIross of I'uente spent Monday appraising the Amur estate. Joseph Ferrers and wife were visitors In Lou Angeles tho first of the week. F. J. Stimson returned Saturday from Dallas, Texas, where ho haa boon for several months past. Mr. Stimson was accompi-.nlod by bis son, Morris .1. Stimson and Ills wife and child o? Fort Worth, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Hrowster and little daughter have boon visiting Mr. and Mrs, Plumb of Long Reach this wook. ROWLAND Two hundred eratos of Hlrawborrlon art! boliiK Bhi|>i>e(l from thin dislrk't dally. Mr. Keltz IN drilling a well and as I soon an It IH con;plolod ho will betfln ! tho erection of a comfortable real' doiifo. Tho roHldontH of Howland enjoyed a neighborhood picnic in tho hills ' Sunday. The event drew u large crowd. : .Mr. I'hitt is complelliiK his Irriuat- ',\\\H |d;tnl, whirl) will .supply water for his two hundred and eighty acre ranch. i The Mis.se:, Kleinmini.', and Schaffer : of I.os Aimeles were quests of Ihe former's brother and family on Sunday. Mr. I'leiuiiiiiiK of the Howland Mercantile Comp.my has taken Mr. Sol^ onion d'reer of I .os Angeles into jiart- nershi|i u iili liiin 1 FitvCieralil A Hurry ntr ra.sHilfiia i loan money >•!! iun>'lit't< niul impiov 1 t->l real (Male ut li.tti'Mt eurreiit rati'^'. \\'rite or tele|di»nt> tbelil at I'asaiielia til- i-all up .1. \V. I'rt'litiss, (',,viua phone Ui:il. aiul a.--l< to June a ic| re seiital iv t • I vlu- linn call on you. (! \V1I i'l'i: A XI ' iil.ACK M1NOHC \S M..--I 1 I. !il:iHe t- r I'olli i ,LV and I , u- lira.ii .1 I v | i i/e w ii.niii;; i-ocU. Cl.l'vl |ii'l' M'lllll^:. \\O ^l.'.ll lilltei- iiii-i e than ", •> pi-i ci'iit It-it ill-. I-!, it. r. M- San HIM iinnine. u:m). tt SEE A. WARNER FOR INSURANCE Take your choice of the following gil.edge companies: LONDON & LANCASHIRE SPRINGFIELD FIRE & MARINE, ORIENT FIRE INSURANCE CO, ATLAS INSURANCE CO. All paid In full at San Francisco. A. WARNER AGENT. DEALER IN REAL ESTATE. Howcll & Howell ^ BREAD Light, Sweet and Wholesome FRESH EVRRY DAY AT Cake and Confectionery Wagon through valley daily. $50,000 To Loan ON RANCHES AND CITY IMPROVED S. R. EARNEST & CO. 831 H.W. Hellman Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. Send written description or call. 5-1 VA/ood EXCELLENT FOR SUMMER USE PER CORD Bert H. Hendricks PHONE 1147 5-20p JACKSON Motor Cars Four Models From $950 to $2150 Made in Jackson, Michigan, by an Honest Concern. (ornisli Indian Trios .rlti no C. 1.. SMITH TV';. .* A/xi I uitcv! StaUs Natiuna! 15;uik Seven Years of Excellence. Covina Agents STANTON & HARNISH \ Citrus Avenue '•No Sand Too Deep, No Hill Too 1 Steep." ROOCHES Stick Pins Lockets Watch Fobs All Solid Gold and Gold Filled Goods Fifteen per cent off Regular Prices SATURDAY MAY 1 GOLD RINGS Ten per cent Off Regular Prices We have a few trays of splendid, heavy plate stick pins, finest obtainable that we will give you lowest prices on and then cut 15 per cent for an inducement to trade. The Pen That Inks the Point PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN All kinds of repairing done. Established since 1898. Oldest and most reliable jewelry house in this valley. WOLFARTH COVINA JEWELER CALIFORNIA Beauty's Eyes Beneath a Creation of the Daintiest Grace May Day, "the gladdest day of the bright year," has come again. The long summer is approaching, with its attraction to the shining beaches and the cool, rugged paths of the canyons. Beautiful, tasteful things to wear add to the joy of the vacation season. To know how to dress is one of the highest arts. Miss Reckard would like to study your needs in style,Experience in suggesting, a bit of advice in making a charming selection, is a part of the upper walks of the millinery trade. Miss Reckard asks you to make a thorough inspection of her Pattern Hats On May Day there will be special inducements offered in prices on these hats. Can you come on that day? The Bargain Table of trimmed hats will be another special feature. Veiling in assorted colors will be sacrificed at 15 cents per yard Special prices on many other thing.-;. MISS SARA RECKARD CITRUS AVENUE, COVINA, CAL. .H 's.XV.j i

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