Covina Argus from Covina, California on August 1, 1947 · Page 4
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Covina, California
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Friday, August 1, 1947
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THE .COVINA ARGUS-CITIZEN Friday, August 1, 1947 lUCIEN IE LONG For a capricious princess... Four famous Lucien Lelong perfumes in four slim towers of an Ivory castle. PERFUMES $5.SO and $9.00 plus tax SOLD IN COVINA EXCLUSIVELY FINCH BROS. JEWELERS DR. RAYMOND R. FINCH, Optometrist 117 North Citrus Ave. Phone 104-21 Over 35 Years of Success in Covina \ Sun Copper Srffart Beige White Sizes SVi- The same sheer stocking you looked for so long, and gladly paid $1.65. It's a startling value at $1.35! 30 denier, 45 gauge. Quality Shoe Store 119,N. Citrus Ave., Covina Phone 217-42 TOM DeWITT Is Now Your Local Chevron Dealer Location — San Bernardino Road at Citrus Standard Oil Go. of Calif. Products, Complete Line of ATLAS TIRES, BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES PERSONALIZED CAR CARE For Your Convenience, Our Rest Rooms Are as Neat as a Pin Chevron National Credit Cards Accepted Ask about our New Budget Plan Rebekah News The Social club met at the home of Mrs. Betsy Jackson Monday evening for a pot T luck supper and business meeting. Attending were Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Lichty, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hardwick, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith, and granddaughter, Beverly Meier, I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knieling, Mrs. Julia Heath, Miss Jean Heath, Mrs. Maude Garrison, Mrs. Lucile Gant, Mrs. Carrie Smith, Mrs. Grace Snn- dall, Mrs. Ellen McLaXighlin, Mrs. Doris Ferrier, Mrs. Ada Boothman, Mrs. Sophia Hugg, Mrs. Lucile Dudderar, Mrs. Blanche Wines, Mrs. Eva Rockey, Mrs. Violet Burgess, Mrs. Johnnie Willoughhy, and Mrs. Ada Ferrier. Mi's. Blanche Wines, president, conducted the meeting. Mrs. Murroy was reported gaining strength, and Mrs. Grace Kimsey better. Mysterly package was won by Mrs. Myra Hardwick. Plans were made for the visit of the president of the Rebekah Assembly, Mrs. Florence Bonetto, August 7. Next meeting will be with Mrs. Ellen McLoughlin. Monday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Coolman attended the installation of El Monte lodge. Mrs. Pearl Cooley, DDP, of district No. 55, was present. Mrs. Skillman, DDP, of district No. 85 and staff installed the officers. Canton Pasadena No 37, provided a mixed drill, in which Earl Coolman participated. Luncheon guests on Monday of Mrs. L. F. Hollman on Pershing court was James Pagano of Buffalo, New York. -Mr. Pagano was formerly a patient at Corona veteran's hospital, where Mrs. Hollman met him. He and his wife nnd family recently bought a home in Upland. Miss Mary Fay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fay of Badillo street, spent week ago Sunday with her parents, coming from Brown School. Family barbecue dinner was given in her honor. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Hansen and son of Arlington spent the clay Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Armel of Cottage drive. Mrs. Hansen is the granddaughter of the Ar- mels. Surprising Mr. and Mrs. John Dellosbell of El Monte on their fifth wedding anniversary last Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Donahoo and a party of eighteen friends. Refreshments of cake and ice cream were brought by guests and the Dellosbels were presented with many lovely wood gifts. A Members of the Inter-Counties Garden club will picnic at Lake Park on North Main street, Huntington Bench, on Monday, August 4, at 11 o'clock. Those planning to attend will bring-n dish, service and drinks and also plants for the exchange. There is to be a garden tour in the afternoon. Arriving here from Akron, Ohio, last Friday were Mr. and Mrs. J. Benn and children. Jackie and Judy. They me the guests of Mrs. Benn's mother, Mrs. L. Kiefer, of Italia j street, at the present and are planning to make an extended stay in California with hopes of locating here permanently. Leaving next week for a month's motor irip through California. Ore- L'on, nnd Washington are Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Croth of Valencia place. They expect 10 drive the coast route, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Kemp entertained informally at dinner and bridge week ago Saturday evening at their home on Covina boulevard. Their guests included Mr. and Mrs. Trtirnan Johnson, Dr. nnd Mrs. Claude Searcy, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Simmons of Glendora, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Boyles. Prizes for bridge went to Mrs. Johrison and Mr. Simmons. , A Mr. and Mrs. E. H. McHann of Workman avenue entertained in honor of their houseguests of last week, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Yohe and Dorothy Rae of Illinois, at dinner Friday evening at the Sportsman's Tavern. -—-f— Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Kemp and family of Covina boulevard had as their houseguests la-st week Mr. Kemp's father and brother and family, C. L. Kemp, Mr. and Mrs. John Kemp and children, Mary, Dennis, and Louis, of Ferndale. A T Business meeting of the Adult Christian Endeavor of the Baptist church was held Monday a I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Monia on East Badillo street. After the business session there was a social hour and refreshments. —-f— Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lang of Orange avenue had as their overnight guests Tuesday, Mr. ;md Mrs. Lawrence Robinson and Miss Kuth- ryn Lang of Pittsburgh. On Monday Mr. and Mrs. Lang spent the day in Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Netzley nnd Birthdays A. L. Winsor, August 1 William Adklssom August 1 M. E. Sadler, August 1 John Tollman, August 2 ' Mrs. Joe Thicker, August 2 Mrs. Robert Simpson, August 2 Donald Warne, August 4 .Mrs. Lee Burch, August 4 Herman Allison, August 4 Mrs. John TuJlmnn, August 4 Don Hoi net, August 5 Gilbert Stuckey, August 5 Mrs. Mayo Siinonich, August* 5 Mrs. I. W. Everett, August 5 Mrs. F. W. Wittenbrock, August 5 Mrs. Earl Cooltnan, August 5 George Aschenbrenner, August 6 Mrs. William Temple, August 6 Aaron Hosmer, August 6 Mrs. Henry Rossner, August 6 Eugenia Lang, August 7 Mrs. T. D. Boyles, August 7 Wellesley Magan, August 7 Bob Tallman, August 7 Mrs. Vircle Maul, August 7 Frank Brandon, August 7 Opal Rose, August 7 , stopping In visit triends in Oakland daughter, Janice of Bniwlcy .spent and will go us far north as Bay Center. Washington, where they have frientLs and relatives. Mr. and J. W. Walbridge, Bro;ldw; 'y ! Mr. and Mrs. and daughter, Lynn, spent the day Tuesday at Balboa island with Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Coulter. The two '. men. along with others, spent the day fishing. ; Ccl. John Campbell and family returned to their home on Cienego - avenue last Saturday after spending the past two weeks at Doheny Park beach. Mrs. Jim Reed and two children, Denny and Jill returned home on Sunday after spending the past two weeks at Balboa. Weekend houseguests of Don Winder and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Winder on Center street jwfere Miyand Mrs. Tom Wynne of Kew Jersey. Dale Anderson spent four days of last week as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Montgomery in Corona del Mar. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Bailey of Azusa avenue were dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bodine and family of Santa Monica. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bryan of Glendora avenue were dinrter guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. West. Mr. and Mrs. G. Z. McClelland and family of Navilla place spent Saturday in San Diego and Mexico. Mrs. Lottie Snodgrass, 84-year-oid 'mother of Mrs. John Van Buskirk. is hospitalized at Dr. Thomas Mallard's hospital in Altadena. Her condition this week, reports family, is better. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Miller of West Puente street were dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. Jones in Long Beach. Mrs. J. H. Tindall of *'»•<••' entertained informally ;it ;1 M' cnil -' supper Satur- IMMEDIATE DELIVERY BRAND NEW PACKARD CUSTOM Super 4-door Touring Sedan EQUIPPED WITH • OVERDRIVE • ELECTROMATIC CLUTCH • RADIO • HEATER • DEFROSTERS Gorgeous Appointments $3,952.85 F.O.B. COVINA ** Harry J. Ruehl PACKARD SALES and SERVICE 516 No. Citrus Phone 102-92 "Ask the Man Who Owns One" evening in their patio. Thirty- eight out-of-town guests participated. present were members of the 1945 matrons and patrons association. — -f— Mrs. D. D. Woodworth of Azusa avenut had as her guests on Friday, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Chapman of Canogu Park, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Banks of Baldwin Park, and Mrs. C. H. Banks and Linda Beth and Claire Wheeler. Rev. Harold Alexander, business manager of the California Baptist Seminary, was speaker Sunday at the Baptist church at both the morning and evening services. He was ~a dinner guest in the evening of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Perkins of Park street. Mrs. Mary Forbes spent the weekend_in Phoenix, Arizona, with her sen and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. McLaren Forbes, who had come to join her from their home at Silver City, New Mexico. Miss Pauline Saylor, daughter of Mrs. Oliver Saylor, returned home la^t Sunday from a vacation spent in Utah, Grand Canyon, etc. Story of Her first row boat ride on the Ci.loiado river was in last week's Argus-Citi/en. Mrs. W. T. Hummil, of Ontario, sister of Mrs. Oliver Saylor of Bomtu. left Tuesday for Seattle. Washington, where .she will visit | for a ?minth with Mrs. Les Kendricks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shank, Miss Martha Steele, Hal Enimons and little son, Steve drove to Arrowhead Tuesday to have dinner and spend the evening with Mrs. Emmons and Mrs. J. F. Kendall, who are vacationing there. A W. H. Collins, of Reeder street, whu has been confined to his home for the past five weeks' is much improved and able to sit out in the garden according to reports from his ianply. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wells (former Virginia Sheard) returned this j week from a honeymoon spent at I Santa Barbara, to their apartment ! at 424 West Badillo street. i —+— 1 Houseguests this week of Frank Norman Chandler at Jhe home of his patents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. i Chandler, on Kejioak drive, is a cousin, Nancy Pickering of Hunt- inytoij Park. —f— Snenc'.ing l;>st weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Van Buskirk on Azusa avenue was a cousin and her son, Mrs. Jack Gondering and Bob, of Ceres. i Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Holtman and son, Ray, were dinner guests on Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradford. Group dined at the Rice Bowl in New Chinatown. Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Stewart and two daughters of Los Angeles were Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth James and family of San Bernardino road. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. 1 R. M. Netzley nnd family on Sunflower avenue. Mr. E. Netzley was here to attend the Fumiturr M.irt in Los Angeles. Miss Victoria Reynolds rt tinned to Covina Friday after sprndmi; a week's vacation at Luke Talme, Reno and Virginia Cil> witli her brother and his wife, Mi. ,md Mrs. Jerome Reynolds of Los Anycles, and Mrs. Edwin Williams. — >-Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hall, Mrs. J. C. Pearson, and Mrs. Bertha Sidwell entertained on Tuesday a cousin, Miss Eva Edgerton of Dayton, Ohio, Miss Elizabeth Foss, and Mrs. Mary Stanley of Pasadena. Mrs. M. Merchand. of Glendora. entertained on Wednesday after- MAXF1ELDS RETURN WITH SON FROM 1-ASTKRN VACATION Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Maxfield of San Bernardino road returned home on Wednesday with their son, John, and Ralph Selfridge, of Redbank, New Jersey. The Maxfields drove east to Cambridge, Massachusetts, to attend the graduation of their son and Mr. j Selfridge from MIT (Massachusetts i Institute of Technology) in June. ; Since that time they all have been i sightseeing in New England, return- j inij by way ot Madison, Wisconsin, and Yosemite. j Mr. Maxfield and Mr. Selfridge , will spend a month here before re- j tur:iing east, to take up their teaching positions with University of Wisconsin and Cornell, lespectively. TO LKAVK SATURDAY O.V MOTOR TRIP Among the summer vacationists motoring through the northwest and | Canada will be Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Gilbert oi West Badillo street. The GiHwrts will leave tomorrow (Saturday) to drive up the coast as far north as Vancouver. B. C.. and on through Canada to Winnipeg, stopping at Banff and Lake Louise. They plan to be gone about three weeks. Visiting Mrs. Clyde Price nnd (hildren on Monday and Tuesday was Mrs. Price's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gill Kirby of Bakersfield. Mr. Price was in San Fron- noon at luncheon for all luncheon I cisco attending the Lions convention. hostesses of the Glendora Woman's club. Mrs. R. M. Netzley of Covina was among those present. A Mr. ahd Mrs. Wilson Hall of Center street have as their houseguest this week, Miss Donna Mac Hempton of Whittier, Iowa. A Mrs. Tom Morris and sot), Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hall of Hollywood left last week for u two week vacation to be spent in Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rider and son. Miles, of Selma were weekend houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reynolds of Glendora avenue. Mrs. Ann Saur and MLss Diane Dalrymple returned Wednesday from ten days' vacation trip spent at Cedar Falls camp, near Mcntone Mrs. Nellie Cook was the guest week of her (laughter, Kli.*.i- Leth in Lagunu Beach. ' Mrs. Bessie Jeums of Center stiift returned on Saturday from a five week visit spent in Iowa and Mi.s- : souri. ' He returned home Tuesday. Miss Genevieve Herbert of San Diego left for her home after spending the past two weeks visiting with Miss Grace Austin, Mrs. Roland ; Heeb of Covina and Mrs. Hector I MacKenzie of Glendora. | Mrs. R. E. Walters of Los Angeles left for her home Sunday after , spending the past month here with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Walters. j ^ i Mrs. J. F. Kendall and niece, Mrs. Hal Emmons, are spending this j week at Lake Arrowhead. They ; will return on Sunday. ' A Mr. and Mrs. John Higo, former Covina residents, now residing at Henderson, Nevada, were here this week calling on friends. Mrs. E. G. Prathcr of Rowland avenue spent week with Mr. and Mi's. Fay Gilmore in Long Beach. EXPERT CARE for your children at low cost. 143 W. Dexter Street. Phone 152-63. 8-8 Get Your AIR CONDITIONER NOW While You're Uncomfortable We Also Carry ELECTRIC FANS DEEP FREEZERS — G. E. and UNIVERSAL RANGES RADIO and ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE REPAIRS SAMPSON ELECTRIC 300 North Citrus Ave., Covina i Phone 268-73 50 Cycle Alarm Clocks. Bros. Jewelers. Finch tf EXPERT CARE for your children at low cost. 143 W. Dexter Street. Phone 152-6X 8-8 NEW and USED PIANOS NEW SPINETS • UPRIGHTS • MIRROR TYPE SPINETS. Bohr Bros., blond, mahogany BABY GRAND We also have two very fine player Pianos WE BUY PIANOS C. A. REYNOLDS REYNOLD'S REFINISHING CO. 112 E. Badillo St., Covina Phone 171-02 Rondos* Are Back! Our Finest Percales! 49 C ^^ Pehney'» finest, wear-forever Ron dot are back! Smart new design*, too! Cay floral*, check's, gome for children! Perfect for back-to-tohool! BROADCLOTH PRINTS ...BIG SAVINGS For You! Merry broadcloth prints — long-wearing, waih-fast floral*. DRESS CHAMBRAVS FOR SCHOOL WEAR An amazing price for this top quality {.Stripes, solids* 59' SORORITY RAYONS ARE HERE AGAIN! Your favorite rayon crepe in smart new designs I 98cyd. Lowed Price for Wool Blanket! 3 lb«. of virgin wool, double bed tize. 5.90 Frothy Priacillas! Low Priced! Pin dou, 5" ruffle-, full 60" x 81"! 3.98 Boys' Elastic Top Sock*. Lightweight blaier striped cotton. Sues 7-10 l /£. •Reg. U.S. >»i. Off. - tShrinktge will not tiered Planning a Party? SERVE ICE CREAM FOR ALL OCCASIONS DECORATED CAKES Our Specialty FRENCH PASTRIES DANISH COFFEE CAKE HOMEMADE CANDIES • BRIDGE MIX • ENGLISH TOFFEE • CREAM FUDGE • MINTS AND MANY OTHER KINDS iETSY ROSS OF COV|NA 134 North Cit»u§ Ave. Phone 106-92 DRY CLEANING For Prompt Pick-up and Delivery Phone 378-91 QUALITY WORK Azusa Cleaners & Dyers 736 Azusa Avenue Azusa

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