Covina Argus from Covina, California on July 24, 1909 · Page 5
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CS (local Events, ^•J~~* "* r " ^K/" ' George Atwood, Jr., has been spending the week with friends in Downey. Contractor V. O. Kring is enlarging his residence on First street. Mrs. D. E. Huff, who with her son, is spending the summer in Long Beach, was in Covina last week. Swift's Premium cold boiled bam, •wafer-sliced to order. Warner, Whitsel & Co. Mrs. Geo. Platt of San Dimas was the luncheon guest Wednesday of Mrs. F. W. Sherwood. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartman have removed to Pomona, where the former has accepted a position. Mr. R. M. Douglass left Tuesday morning for Seattle. He will be absent four weeks. Mrs. R. M. Douglass and Miss Lilian Douglass left Thursday to visit friends in Los Angeles. They will return next Monday. Miss Bertha Followell and Mrs. J. A. Wood of Glendora have been spending the week with their sister, Mrs. U. G. Kring. Messrs. J. Donovan and H. Foster of Longmont, Colo., were in Covina Monday to see their old friend, Mr. G. N. Atwood. Get Imperial Blei/d coffee—always in a yellow bag—always 25c per pound —always GOOD. Warner, Whitsel & Co. Never lonely with an Eastman Kodak strapped to your back. Your vacation is not complete without one. Talk with C. W. Tucker about it. J. W. Groover has purchased a Jackson touring car. Mrs. Groover is expected home soon from Colorado with the new baby. Mrs. J. J. Brubaker will remain a sbort time in Covina, after which she will remove her family to Corcoran, where Mr. Brubaker is located. Mrs. Clay H. Beattie and children returned Sunday from a visit of a month with the former's parents at Santa Barbara. Her cousin, Miss Cynthia Seaton of San Francisco, returned with her for a visit. , Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Spencer, and Mrs. Marion Coltrin and baby have returned from a week in Venice. Waldo and Harold Bemis have returned from a week's visit with friends at Santa Monica. Mrs. G. N. Atwood and Miss Alice Atwood are spending a week with Mrs. J. B. Blackwell and her daughter, Mrs. Ransome. On Tuesday afternoon, they were guests of honor at a card party given by their hostesses. Miss Mary Leebrick of Chulavista, is visiting her mother. Upon her return, she will be accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Pierce, and children of Mesa, Arizona, who have been spending the summer with their Covina relatives. A jolly evening was spent Monday at the home of Clarence Fabrick, when a number of his young friends met to celebrate a recent birthday. Refreshments were served by his mo Iher, Mrs. F. H. Fabrick. Those present were the Misses Celo Potter, Mar jorie Capron, Hazel Clifford, Ruth Arthur, Hessa Graham, Imo Van Au ken; Messrs. Glenn Waterhouse, Roy and Ray Kistler, Glenn Leisure, Mark Custer, Hubert Neil. The Epworth League of the M. E. Church enjoyed a hay ride last Tuesday evening. The itinerary taken was to Glendora and Azusa and then back to the church, where they were ro freshed with strawberry ice cream and cake. Those who went were Messrs, and Mmes. Albert Siewert, Chas. Gass, Elmer Motter, the Misses Coleman, Edith Farmer, Ada Deven dorf, Rose Nigg, Jessie Kistler, May Hull, Mabel Smith, Jessie Lewis, Allie Smith, Mina and Florence Cady, Ruth and Bessie Leebrick, Messrs. Cole man, Wallace Reed, Alruon Siewert, Fiest, Guy Bradley. Hay rides are the most, enjoyable and popular forma of social enjoyment during the present heated term, and an especially pleasant one was taken last Friday evening by- some of the members of the Baptist Church. They proceeded to the home of a pop ular young lady of their church, Miss Bertha Followell. Tho.se present were. Mra. riam (ilaxe, chaperon, the Mi.s.si-s Eisi<- I);tnii-U, Lena Tartar, Ida. Benton, liht .Siiodt'ntH.-;, Ma:ni<- Moc.rc, Ari- ua .-'i',i;.si:fi. Kuril Mihi'-r. f«r;t"- N -11,11. Mary Uf-ve.-,, Mi-.-.srH. <\\i-.r.r. (iilmiir.-, Ralph Bohnnan. I,..- McU;id<-. Ho*.) <•," Mrs. J. S. Eckles has reurued from | a stay af. Redondo. I i Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cole have IT- ] moved to San .Olmas. Burbnnk plums and crab apples for sale. Phone 128. tf Xe\v refrigerators at less than cost at Hull's. See Mrs. Wanda's professional card on first page, for musical instructor. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hyde have removed to 1308 Los Vegas street, Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jones are now occupying their pretty new home on the corner of Third and Cottage. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Tripp and a party of eastern friends are visiting at Ocean Park. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Knight of Pomona are the proud parents of a fine boy, born Saturday morning, July 17. Miss Tillie Schuster of Los Angeles is spending a week with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Dudderar. Mrs. John Smeltzer left Thursday for Long Beach to spend four or five days. Holy Trinity Church Guild met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. I. I. Cook. Messrs. Geo. Swisshelm and Fred Hepner are enjoying a trip to Mt. "Baldy" this week. Rev. anil Mrs. A. M. White, who had been enjoying an extended trip in the East, returned on last Sunday morning. Miss Lotta Fruit, who has been spending a few weeks with Mmes. Gilmore and Ferrell, has returned to her home in El Paso. Orders taken for peaches for canning. Varieties, Orange and Lemon and Phillip's clings and the Late Salway free stone. Phone 13. tf Mrs. Elmer Kinkaid and her sister- in-law, Miss Alice Kinkaid of Los Angeles, spent Friday with Mrs. Nora Fisher. s F. H. Allen, superintendent of construction work on the new Covina high school building, left this week on a trip to the Orient. Mr. and Mrs. Keberle of Los Angeles arrive today to spend Sunday with their old time friends, Mr. and Mrs, M. Congdon of East Badillo street. Mrs. Mary V. Ebersole and son Ray of Lordsburg, Mifes Laura Munzen of Kalispell, Montana, were guests of the former's son, Mr. Frank Ebersole, on last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Day and Miss Florence Leighton of Nebraska have been enjoying a visit of a few days with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Leighton. Mr. and Mrs. Bert K. Hesseltine and ihe latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maunder of San Diego, enjoyed a trip Sunday and Monday to San Bernardino, Riverside, Redlands, Colton and Pomona. Mr. Will Goodrich has received news of the death of his brother, George, a lawyer of Upper Sandusky, which took place Tuesday night. Deceased was ill for a year, having been afflicted with Bright's disease. Mrs. F. C. Wilson and son Howard have returned from Texas, where they have been spending a month with the former's mother. Mr. Wilson has been spending the time during their absence in San Francisco. Millinery specials: Thirty-five per cent off on all trimmed hats, and on flowers. Sailor hats and outing hats range from 75 cents up. Chojce assortment of auto veiling. Miss Sara Reckard. Professor and Mrs. .1. .1. M organ have purchased the lot at the northeast corner of Navilla Place and Citrus .tvenue, where they will build a handsome and up-to-date residence in the immediate future. Mr. Julius Krause and daughters, the Misses Bertha and Cora Kraune, of PittBburg, who are touring in Call- fornin, spent the week end -with Dr. and the Misses Herron. Miss Bertha Krausc has a fine voice, and sang a solo last Sunday morning in Holy Trinity Church. Miss May Hull gave a very entertaining social to her friends Wednesday evening ai her home on Dexter Mri-'-t. The evening wa.s spent in guiiie.-; and lifrht r<;f renhirf-ntH were B<-rvi-fi. Tho.it- present were: Jessif; Lev.-'-,. Kuth J.e'-bri'-k, ./o.-><!j,hin<: l)n- Vain, Mat;.-I Smith Beri-,ie Leebrirk, I'c:-,'. .\'i-/ti, ,)'.-,.-,:•• Ki.-.'k-r, <"e!U Ken- <"tll. Mary \><-<,'A\I;. Almoii .Si':'.vert, diy i!r-id!ey. \i..];••>, Fic-;l, ,-'.;u;, [,ee- !.::•: S: Marlcj, '-.•! -'. : ."..'i !'.<•'. ' !(.;!. OUR AGMTS: Warner, Whitsel & (D. Home's Grocery Pomona Sanitary Laundry F. W. Bliss of Santa Barbara, who was In attendance at the Elks' convention, was the guest last Saturday of his friend, L. L. Ratekin. Mrs. E. W. Ober of Salina, Kansas, who is visiting relatives in Los Angeles, spent a few days this week at the home of her cousin, Mrs. Oscar Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Vere Goldthwaite are expected home on the 28th of this month. Miss Ruth Whitsel is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Osborne, of Whittier. Miss Augusta Sanders entertained the Young Ladies' Needle Club yesterday afternoon. Miss Jeanne Nichols of Philadelphia spent a few days this week at the B. F. Thorpe home with her old friend, Mrs. Mary Thorpe, On Thursday the ladies made the Mt. Lowe trip. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs C. E. Smiley last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Doughty and daughter, Maizie, Messrs. Will Reed and C. E. Blydenburgh, all of Rawlins, Wyo. Mrs. A. N. Harris and daughter, Miss Marie, spent part of this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Reynolds. Mr. Henry Young of Bonham, Texas, was a guest last Saturday at the Sanders home. Bonham & Ritcha, cement contractors, will be ; doing work at Oakdale cemetery, commencing the last of the week, and any parties desiring work can have same done cheaper while they have their outfit there. For Rent, Exchange, Lost, Found Miscellaneous. FitzGerald & Barry of Pasadena loan money on ranches and improved real estate at lowest current rates. Write or telephone them afc Pasadena or call up J. W. Prontiss, Covina phone 2134, and ask to have a representative of the firm call on you. tf For Sale — Span of young hordes with harness. $350. Inquire of Alfred Wilson, Orange avenue. 'jt.p For Sale — First class cow, potatoes and cabbage. Telephone 1128. R. C. Casad. tf Armstrong's Covinn Nurseries have procured 2500 Valencia and navel orange trefiP, first olnHH stock. Anyone wishing to buy some should cull 125 for further informut.vjn. Alfalfa for sale 'in tho field or delivered. Telephone 159, Covina. Price according to quality. Field at went end of Workman avenue. Nearest alfalfa ranch to Covina. tf For Sale — Modern five-room cottage; on Cottage Drive. Latest improvements. Reasonable terms. Address C. F. Jackson. Indiana and Ohio Live Stock IiiHiir- ance Co. insures live stock death from any cause. Rates reasonable. See Austin Warner, agent. If Wanted — Girl for general hoime- work. See Mrs. C. E. Boyle. I'hone 1112. tf ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVTCKS. Mass every Sunday during summer months at 8:30 a. m., at the Womans Club House. Rev. M. H. Geary, pastor. Regular services at the M. E. Church tomorrow morning, the pastor preaching at 1 a.m. In the evening the league will meet as usual, but the preaching service will be held in connection with the churches uniting nt the Presbyterian Church. Presbyterian services: Sunday- school, 9:4f>. Preaching by pastor, 11 a.m. Y.P.S.C.E. and Junior Endeavor. 6:4, r >. Thiion services, 7:4r>, conducted by Rev. Conley of the Christ Inn Church. Prayer-meeting, Thursday evening. 7:4T>. All ji.re welcome. Paul G-. Stevens, pastor. Services in the Church of the Holy Trinity, seventh Sunday after Trinity, St.. James' day. Holy Communion, 7:30 a.m. Sunday-school, 0:45 a. m. Morning Prayer, 11 a.m.; subject, "The Life of St. James." Evensong, 7:30 p.m.; subject, "The School of Life." Christian Church: Merger Sumlny- school and church service, 10 o'clock. Preaching, It; solo by Mr. Harris. "Hold Thou My Hand." Junior, 3. Intermediate and Senior Endeavor, 6:45. Union preaching services at the Presbyterian Church; serrnon by Rev. Conley; subject, "Where Does tho Sky Begin?" Address by Rev. D. B. Tyler of Denver, Colo., Monday, 8 p. m. All are cordially invited. Miss Bertha Fike of Lalon is the guest of Miss Alice Hepuer this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eberaolo are enjoying an outing at Long Beach. Mrs. Robt. Finch of Los Angeles was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Overholtzer on hist Tuesday. Plain dressmaking nnd embroidery work. Mrs. Imogene G. Ferrell, Italia street. tf Miss Josie Brandt nnd brother. Harry spent last Sunday In Los Angeles, visiting at the home of their uncle. Rev. Paul Q. Stevens and wlfo are home after a pleasant week's outing at Newport Beach. Mr. nnd Mra. Ralph D. MiiBHoy were week-end guests of their parc-nta, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. MusHoy. Mrs. Anne Bnrkelon of Alyrtlo Point, Oregon, arrived lust Saturday to spend a few monlliH with her daughter, Mrs. Harry Sncll. Mrn. S. Douglas and a coiiHln from the East and Me. Howard Doughm have been upending a week at. Camp Illncon. The eighth blrlitday of Lewin Clarke was celebrated on Monday by a gathering of little frlendH and their molli- CI'H. JMrH. J. F. Home left on Thursday for Jericho Springs, Mo., belnn culled away by the serious UlneuH of her H)H- ter. Mm. A. J. .Viyriatt. Augusta Wood lian resigned her position an bookkeeper at Hornc'H grocery and iiHHiimed similar duties with the Covina Valley (inn Company. Mr. Albert H. Eaton of Slrioloa, Me- Ico, vvlio IH staying in Los Angeles for a time, hpent TlnsrHday with H. Doug- IUH. Miss Lottie Stanton, who lias been spending a two weeks' vacation at the homo of her uncle and aunt, Mr. 'and Mrs. Walter Blanlon of Chino, .returned home on lanl .Sunday. For Sale flood buggy cheap. Addi-KH Box COO, Covina. 7-i:4ji I'hone eveningH to M'i tor Hurbank plimiK. Mrs. JjeriiiH Overholt/cr. K-24p Wanted Team work. For particular* write box 104, Covina. 7-24p | formal school thin year, ban accepted Furnished rooniH for rent. MrH. (Jil- more, Italia street. tf For a Hklllful arid careful irrigator telephone L'5. tf Josephine H/aiidt, one of our jfovin.i girls, who K'Jidiialed from the 'a pOHitlon an teacher In the I.aVerne ; school. Klii' will have chaw of the I primary grades. fiood alfalfa In the field. I'hone 1)22;"). F. J. Seinps, Walnut, Center. For Sale — Fresh cow. Jairu-H itu.-th, FirHt and Han Uornardino road. lt;> New Location, New Stock, New Cud- tomere. PLUMBING FIXTURES •suitable to California houses of all • grades and priceo. I have studied the needs of the comunlty, and I have 'what you want. Fine line of bath tubs and foot batha. Come in and Inspect. 1 E. L JACKSON in Kifctlci'e old store, Citr.j-, A/., lo Hotel Verclorne. (-hone f A) CHARTtR OAK. Mr. Herbert f'ole returned home . Thurhday from a hiiHlncKH trip to ; liarntow, wh*rc he haa been looking over muni! proj>erty. .Mr. and MJK. Frank fj'Hara of LIM AriK'-'les and Mr. Trace of Mojave wen: tfiientH of I la,- H'owell family on Wednesday. Mr.'-t. Hay farter, who )ms l<<-<-n m-r- louHly 111 during tho punt v,«-ck. :,(nn<: It'-Mer. T!i ( ; ininK-i-.-, i if tiii: (Iharli-r O;ik .,( hi<ol di"iiiii hinj the ,',< hool h'ju •• ! I'IH.'IU-»ti-d i|ij;in; r \\.f fiar.i v.i'i-k. M' '.'.' l> <'<:':!• d."».i-! i.Miu;-1. if, ' ii-<i>:. 'I '/'• ,i;a/ i'i /ni <•: 1,1 : v. ill' ,. i-.'i ..'lid Illl.-. l.l-t <: , jM-fKlll.;' t|." \,;i > ' ':,!'• Is It a Difficult Thing to Spend Money? We imagine not. With most people money spending is as milnrnl as sleeping. Your money seems to he gone before you know it, and often you hnvo nothing to show for it and wonder where it has vanished. Cultivate the hnhit, of putting your surplus money in the hank and build up an neeount for future henefit. This hunk welcomes your account no matter how small. The Covina National Bank Capital $50.000 BEFORE YOU LET ANY CONTRACT FOR Fumigation of Your Orchards think of the importance of careful, intelligent work and consult the STOWELL FUMIGATING COMPANY Oldest, firm in the State, having the largest outfit, of tents for every si/e tree. For Red Spider, try our new -process Dry Sulphur. MIOST WORK AT KHASONABLIO PRICKS Phone 11)!), Covina Phone 177. Charier Oak NEW POSTALS Covina Photo Views Deposit When You Like What You Like. Kill, deposit your money I1KKK. II. is possible you have, never fell, the a.b- Kolulo necessity of having a bank aeeoiinf,. It, is probable you eonld drift, alontf for years wilhout, one but II' 1 YOil KXi'KCT TO KOIMJH TO TIIM I-'HON'T in this life in a financial way if. its essential tlinl, you have a Hank Aeeoiinl. We KIVC you a personal invitation to make this bank your depository' wln-lber you have n small sum or a larw one to lay aside for safe keeping. •} per cent interest paid. Accounts of $1 arid up received. Covioa \Dalley Saviors jBaok Covina, ('alifurniu K?«««^^W^W^«^«t«WW5«^^«i*<<^^' / ^5^5.^»554jii SOMETIMES you don't feel like starting a fire for the noon-day or evening rneal. Wouldn't dainty salad*, coffee or chocolate and wholesome, delectable aoups appeal to you Instead of broiling yourself over the ttovc these hot days? Let us serve you with these things, or with harn or tongue sandwiches—all carefully prepared. ICES CANDIES ICECREAMS.,, FRUIT DRINKS Wo Have No Competitor in Li'jht Lunch Menu. The Palace of Sweets TOWfJSL. HI'), PK Of Hit: I OH f*f*ttttfftttf*tftfef**//ttttft*tff*/ft'/f*fttttf'tftttfft*tf*tf*ts*t*f*'f*f i ),f t*.fr*t**fi*1tttt44t4t4tttlttt*t1*44ttlftitttli1tt*4ttit*1t*t44*l*ttt4tf* ft t ,\

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