Covina Argus from Covina, California on May 29, 1909 · Page 6
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LIVE NEWS FROM VALLEY POINTS IRWINDALE. Mr. and Mrs. F C. Devendorf entertained this week the former's mother, T. Oshiro, the Japanese who WBB recently fined J'or Illicit Helling of and whose pool room was clos Mrs. C.'M. Devendorf, of Los Angelea, and cousin, Miss 8. Dresser of Illinois. MIsa nianehe Davenport entertained a party of Occidental College friends 'his recent Illness a« rapidly as was ex ed by a protest from the surrounding residents, has moved his establishment to South Orange avenue, below Arroyo Drive. Mr. Avery Is falling to rally from at the home of her grandparents, and Mrs. G. N'. Limn, over the week end. Her guests were the Misses Bernfce Suavely, Olive Salvefg and Elizabeth Hatch. A merry party of schoolmates gathered at the home om Mr. and Mrs. "William C. Woodworth Monday afternoon to celebrate the eleventh birthday of Miss Maud Woodworth. The house was decorated In red and green In honor of the occasion. At the close of the afternoon the guests gathered about a table laden with such dainty refreshments HH children love. Those who enjoyed the afternoon were: Myrtle arid Ha/el Ayers, Leota and Ida Coffrnan, T.fary Oaebke, Alice Lee, Kdltb Meehiim, Doris Hnodgrass, Catherine, (Jraco, Mary and Ltiella Vincent, find Lfifay Woodworth. Mr. peoteil. • Mrs. L. A. Clark spent, the week end with Los Angeles friends. Mr. Frank Nlckles and family of Bell moved tbla week to the property by the Covina Dairy Company. Mr. Nlckles has accepted the position of manager. Mr. Llnton, the former manager, moved this week to Covina. this week. Relatives spending Sunday with Mr. WALNUT CENTER Mr. and Mrs. M. .1. Berry had as their goests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jennlson of Pomona. H. If. Sjostrum, superintendent of the Los Angeles Fifth Street Store, and his wife were entertained over Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Stev- , y ^ return(1/J ,.,,,„ wcok VJH|t w|U , rncntlH in f , OH A n- Mrs. Vnger visited friends In Long j /mm Bench for several days this week. ' gf .] CHt j Mr , U)(] M| , s John Kfl]( . r f)f , jf)S An and Mrs. A. O. (Jant of Orange avenue ; Ko]( , H wcrf , a mi( j ay K ,iests at the home LO3E FOR FIRST TIME. Covina High School Gives Ball Game to Monrovia Through Stage- Fright. The high school dropped their flrst game this season to Monrovia last Saturday, by the a-jore of 4 to 1. The contest took place on the Monrovia diamond, and attracted a large crowd of rooters. The Covina team had plenty of jacking, hut after what happened In the first inning, nothing short of a miracle could have brought the local boys R victory. .The stage fright In :he opening round was severe. A1- :hou/?h Hull V/MS good enough to fan two of the batters that faced him. there was enough bad bungles in between to lose a game twice over. What, happened here Is the whole story of the game, because all the men tightened up after that and did not al- ow the foothill high school to cross the plate with another run. Schultz reached first on Hull's error, then the speedy youngster showed his class by fanning Hoyd. Olenny singled, scoring Hchulrx, and was himself scored on a passed ball that Kistler threw wide to the pinto, when Sheperd grounded to short. Hull fanned Hrown, but Issued free transportation to first for Harvey. Daniels made ;i fierce foozle of fYfiiidaH'.s easy grounder, scoring Brown and Harvey. Din •were Mr. and Mrs. .7. R. Oant and children and Mrs. Maud Wallace and children of Covina. Fred Van Der Lobe has t.ho construction of an attractive six-roomed bungalow well under way. The rest- of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fastanan. Rev. If. M. Branlmru, who formerly conducted services* In this community, spoke to a crowded house Sunday evening. Mr. Branham Is now pastor dence will be a great Improvement to i ()f (i Mf . Ml()(llHt church In the state of that part of Arroyo Drive, upon which C j rf . Kon It is located. Mnti Samuel \v| H e was the hostess Mrs. Hollo RapHomo of LOH Angeles ](IH| W(jok ftt a (lf;M) , lltflll liuk , (lfu . r . and Mr. Sullivan of Montana visited j the former's properly on Lark Kllen ! avenue the first of the week. i A double christening took place last | Sunday sit the home of Mr. and Mrs. i D. Van Der Lobe. The Infants chrlw-: tencd were, Pearl, the four-months- old BOH of Mr. 11 nd Mrs. Van Deri Lobe, mid Herbert, the little HOII of' Mr. and Mrs. William Wiltenbrock. Rev. ScbafJind of the LOH Angeles Congregational Church officiated. Red carnations were used In decorating the rooms where the guests antforiibl- ed. After the ceremony, refreshments w«re served. Those present, wc.or Mr. and Mrs. Ilalges, Mr, C. Van Der Lone of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. 'Henry FaHtamm of Walnut. Center, Mr. and Mrs. Krans, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Van Der Lobe of Irwindnle. Miss Mae Cofl'man, who bus been BO seriously ill for the last two months was able t'i be out of doors for tho iirsit. time I hi;-' week. Mrs. Mary Y;>w was the hostess of Ihf Irwindnle Miseelbiny Club on Tuesday nt'tcrnoon. The program was opened with a solo by Mrs. Robert 1-Mgar, iiccompanled by Mrs. Frank AYorley. Miss Hawks of liie Covln.'i. "Monday Afternoon Club cave n nu"--,l Interi'sllng talk on the study of household economic*!. Following a discussion of the work for the ensuing year, (lie hostess and her daughter:-!, Mrs. Thorpe and Mrs. (loldlhwaile, nerved delicious refreshments. Tlie meeting of ,lui:e Sib will be held at Ihe home of .Mrs. J. X. Crane of Oram-e avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Frank I'hiileo and lit- II,- son visited Mrs. I'hillco's uncle and aunt, .Mr. ami Mrs. 10. II. Cook of Corona, over the week end. During tln-lr visit they made an automobile trip to Ml. KuhidoMN, and also visiteil Ileillands, Riverside und oilier points (tf ililerest. Mrs. William liiddick and son (!uy i,'' l.us An:e|es visited lilt 1 former':-! pan-iiis. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mead, tin- lirsl of tills week. Week end micsls ol' Mr. and Mrs. i Oriiian Oak were Mr. .1. I'. Small, Miss Rmma Small of Orange, and Mr. Stur-j gcs of Los Angeles. I Mrs. Fred A. Uosent'eld of Los All geles was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. (!. \. Limn this week. i Last Saturday night, while driving a span ol' mule.--, which belong to ('has. i (iiinhm, .Inhn l.anum was thrown from his wawon and sustained two broken ribs and severe inu-rr.al injuries. The a«-i-ii|eiil derm-red en West • I'lienle St. This is sin- se.ond lime lhai Mr. I..11.-nil l:as ln-i-n burl \\iiile atte.:ipl illK tu break Ibis |ejin>. and Mrs. .1. I). lleckeit had a:- ruesls ill!!-: week their cousins, mi Mrs. Lemuel Straiton ot' Ore noon party. The ladles who enjoyed her hospitality were Mrs. "William Harper, Mrs. J. S. Alexander, Mrs. William Church, Mrs. H. F. Maxson and Mrs. Schenberry. CAMP RfNCON NOTES. Season on and Many Visitort Catching Trout and Enjoying Camp L!fe. The weather in the mountains has been quite pleasantV at tlmies some fog in the morning, but the sun soon burns it away and the ideal mountain day follows. Rev, C. T. Richardson of Azusa and Dr. Chan. T. Sweeney of Great Falls. Mont., were at camp a few days, each catching the trout limit. O. Berls of Los Ansfles spent, a restful week In camp. A jolly party, consisting of Isaac Mllbank of Los Angeles, J. T. Tor- ranee, Senator Cnarles W. Bell and Fred Wilson o)' Pasadena, all caught the limit of trout, returning home Tuesday. Frederick O'Brien of Manila enjoyed the mountain air, after several years' service in theFMiIllppines. C. W. Buchannan and wife of Pasadena arived May 18th for quite a stay. R. K. Leonard and brother of Los Angeles are enjoying camping. F. A. Ross of Cincinnati, Ohio, plans to spend the summer in camp. Dr. J. H.Utley and H. J. Dennis are enjoying the ftshlng above camp. BALDWIN PARK Mrs. Louise Carroll, who uriderwou an operation In Los Angeles last week for appendicitis, Is reported as doing nicely. Dr. «uid Mrs. Deltricb returned this week from an extended visit In the northern part of the state. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delrdorf for Home time, left this week for their homo In Plttsburg. On Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Mershon entertained at dinner, their guests being Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Shul- tln of Alhambra, Mr. Alexander of Watts, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, Mbm Georgia. Johnson of Baldwin Park. Last, week while Dr. Cowlos wan visiting his Hummer home here, lie was called to Monrovia by the illneiui ol' his wife. MiHH Mdilli Cohagan of Florida was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson. Tlie Baldwin Park lloosters 1 Club gave (lie following program at. lUi regular mooting Saturday night. Piano solo, Mrs. Klwell; reading, Miss Nellie llogarl; piano solo. Mr. Frank Johnson; wad Ing, Kdgar Davis; solo, MIT,. Plait; piano solo, Mrs. Mershon; duet, Mr. and Mrs. Men/ies A men. imikcH flew to short and retired tlu side, after four runs hr.d been chascf' across, during the tiire the infield wa: undergoing a bad ;.ttack of the trem- blors. .CrnudaM "iru'f 1 a Htroiitf showing ir the box for Monrovia, and althoug! some of the Covina players found bin for good swats, they were we! enough scattered to prevent mud damage 1 . Only in the sixth Inning did one of the visitors t:N, a man a: p onnd Daniels singled, Hull drew a walk RlgKi.'js was safe on an attempt! 1 *. 7 sacrifice that fon od Daniels at third. Allison laid down a beauty Ihrouf.'c second, bringing Hull across. Kis- 1.1 er fanned, making the third out. It was an uphill same for the local school after this, and they did not 1 stand any further chance of sicoring. Hull was good all the tiine, and although lie was touched u.u for a double and a triple after the first, his support was good enough to spoil the chancen Monrovia had fcr im reusing the score. The features of jfhe game were fielding stunts In the; Infield. Chein- berlen ran in among the crowd and snared a wide foul; while the way Harvey covered bin position at first brought a lot of applause. His three- bagger over the fence in tho eighth was the longest bit of I lie day. PUENTE. The carrying of bonds for a ne\v $10,0(10 school building by a vole of twenty-six to nothing, fully demonstrated this Week that the clli/elis of Pnente have tin 1 tut lire welfare of the town at heart. Tlu> local Fraternal llrotlierhood nave one of their pleasant dunces last Saturday night. Jenny, the little daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. John Ariniblb/, met with an accident TueHday which may disable her for life. While riding a. pel pony about the school grounds she fell and fractured her right arm at the elbow. The grain warehouse has been emptied of last year's grain and is now ready lor the coming crop. ROWLAND M r. 1 liidson and family o i'.eh s will mov e in l lie near the properly which (hey iv<chased t'l-iiin S. T. Ituu laud, land anil family will (-ike iv.iuh-m c in I ,os A nicies. Summer Session of the University of California. One of the novel features of the '»:\t mrnmer sealon of the University if California will be a series of con- •f-nMons of different acadeuiic socie- 'ies. The Astronomical Society of !•*• f'nnific will meet. Saturday, July '; the ClnssicEil Association of N'orth- •rn f'allfcrnia. Friday and Saturday, <u!y ^ and '.',; the 1'adfle Short Story fJltib, TueHday. .July «; the f-'acific 'ofiHt AssoclaMon of Phyair.s and r 'hemlstry Teachers, Sat'irday, July 10: and the Callfcntla Association of Teachers of History, Wednesday, July H. The dean of the sumjver session wishes esi.'ec'lal rublicity given to the I "act that the railways have this year | -?rrintod nn extension of the time for I tvhlch return tickets tn;:y be used to r,ne month after the close of the session, thus enabling persons attending ihe session to visit the exposition at Seattle before returning home. Especial attention la directed to the un- usuul opportunities which are this I year offered to those who are Inter' ested In music, nrt, and literature. In each of these departments a much | wider range of courses Is offered than last year. You Can't Do Better THAN TRADE AT THIS DRUG STORK. We offer you complete lines of drug store goods of a quality to be trusted and at fair cost. Do all your drug store trading here. Every drug and chemical we use is selected for power, freshness and purity, and will give faithful, accurate, safe results. Every article for sickroom, toilet table, bathroom, or nursery, is new, original and dependable by being quality perfect. Every point of service is perfect and there's satisfaction in every deal with us. W. W. NASH PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Covina California C. AV. Tucker's Studio, Covina, Cal. ft Moving Heaven and Earth And also anything else that will move. Transfer}ag- furniture, pianos, delivering express packages, carrying United States mail, taking out parties to the canyons and beaches. Hauling oranges and all kinds of heavy teaming. OFFjCE: With Wells-Fargo on Citrus Avenue Covina Transfer Company Res. Phone 1024 Home Phone 80 DEGOURDI Reg. No. 3967 DEPUTE Reg. No. 2374 Imported Stallions TERMS: $20 to insure mare in foal; $15 for the season. The'above are the best horses of their class in this or anv other country. They will improve your stock immensle'y. If intending- breeders would see these horses bjfore making 1 other engagements it would be to their advantage, as their colts will show. Covina Horse Breeders Association Oil. Phone 54 F. E. DUDDERAR nquire at Kcefer'.s Stables. Res. Phone 146 COVINA May, Grain, Cereals and Fuel WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Delivery to Every Part of the Valley SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MILLING COMPANY Homo I'll.mo r» COYINA, CAL. "Greatest Electric Railway System in the World" The Pacific Electric Railway 5G6 Miles of Modern Built Standard Gauge Lines Reaching the Principal Cities and Towns, Mountain and Seashore Resorts of Southern California Luxurious Observation Passenger Cars. Prompt and Reliable Freight, Express, Telegraph and U. S. Mail Service. For information and literature regarding the <jroat MT. LOWE Trip, BEACH RESORTS and otlu-r points of interest, see local a^vnt, or address General Passenyer Department, Room 2'»i>, Pacific Electric Huildinj?, Los Angeles, Cal. and .Mrs. S' 1 Sunday }:ui-r IM| Mrs. C. () i III' 1 .OS .\!IL-,t'it'S al tin- home nf iss of l.ai i Si'-riiim. .Mi,:.- Clioebe Hll Last Friday 11' r' •>• yea r-ohl <-l li,il::!ai> i:f Irw ii .lliii Ijl olle tier should' lloi.eri Kingery i.i Upon iilh pi .jj'i-i i y ol'. CITY LIVERY STABLES C. i : . SMITH, Prop. iri, ii-.u-. C'. )VINA, Kc-,. 1'h •:!, !'•.> BEN F. THORPE CEMENT CONTRACTOR Manufacturer of CEMENT IRRIGATING PIPE All *ixes carried in stock. Reinforced Concrete Buildings a Specialty Avenu Telephone 4037 LARGE ORANGE SEEDLINGS POR ORCHARD PLANTING 'at.. -.. . -. .-. , . SUL Trtl.AM) M,kSKRIEs, t'. H I>LM, : ,,s. x-nix ('ana "ier.aU an-i -uir, PdiaJena. CaJ. Mum 'J-U.

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