Covina Argus from Covina, California on June 10, 1954 · Page 7
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Covina Argus from Covina, California · Page 7

Covina, California
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Thursday, June 10, 1954
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BARFLIES — There were lots of thirsty range folk bellyin' up to the bar for some of the Panther 'n' Pizen at the old Four Eyed Saloon in City Park when the folks all came in for the annual Chuck Wagon Saturday. —San Gabriel Valley Newspapers Photo GUEST OF HONOR, as far as the kids were concerned, was Web- , ster Webfoot, the long-nosed gent in the center with his inseparable companion, Uncle Jimmy Weldon. The comical duck panicked bis small-fry audience—and some of the older "kids" too. : Webster ah<i Jimmy were part of the entertainment at the Chuck Wagon last "Saturday.; ' ' —San Gabriel Valley'Newspapers Photo The annual Maple Syrup Festival at Vermontville, Mich., features free pancakes for all visitors, "with all the maple syrup you want on them." High Moot Baccalaureate Sunday Evening "Ready for Tomorrow," will fee the sermon topic Sunday "at the baccalaureate services for the 1954 Covina high school graduating 'class. The Rev. Dean Berger, pastor of the' Covina Christian church, will deliver the sermon at services scheduled 'for 7:30 p.m. In the high school auditorium. Vice-principal William E. Lynch will preside at the services. The program opens with a band prelude, under the direction of William Alsup, followed by the class processional. The Rev. Vicekry Dougherty of the First Methodist church of Covina, will give the invocation, followed by the singing the hymn, "Good of Our Fathers." Scripture will be read by the Rev. Donald Douris of the ministerial staff of the First Presbyterian church of Covina. The Cardinal and White choir, under the direction of Walter E. Lett, and accompanied by Adrian Castorina, will present "Sing and Rejoice." Rev. Berger wjll then present his sermon, followed by the anthem, "Lift Thine Eyes," by the Girls' Sextette. The Rev. Lawrence T. Hblman, to^a y in for John Ruehl, Covina Leader Rosary is being held today (Thursday) at the Baldwin Park Funeral Home for Harry John Ruehl, 60, who established the i Packard agency in Covina and wa« an active member of the American Legion, Rotary and Holy Name Society. The time will be 6:45 p.m. Sixty-year-old Ruehl died June 7 at his home, 413 West Kenoak drive, Covina. He had retired from business in September, 1&53, due to his failing health. Mass will be said at 9 a.m tomorrow at Sacred Heart church in Covina, Father Bernard Collins officiating. The retired businessman was born February 27, 1894, in Sioux City, Iowa, and came to California in 1945 from St. Paul, Minnesota, to establish the Packard agency in Covina. A veteran of World Wars I and II, Ruehl was a major in the Army Air Forces. He was a member of Sacred Heart church and past president of the Holy Name Society, Past Commander of Covina Post, American Legion, and a member of the Covina Rotary club. Surviving Ruehl are his wife, Merle; his mother, Mrs. Margare- lihi. • T'»-'-'M •"••' Se'iih 1 ii\ , t •.•rk. a tha Ruehl- of Baldwin- Park; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Lou Schlichting of Covina; and two grandchildren. Other relatives ftre his seven sisters, Mrs. A. D. Alexander, Jr., and Miss Pauline Ruehl of Baldwin Park; Mrs. Carl J. Lick and Mrs. Al Heider of Los Angeles; Mrs. George L. Tobin and Mrs. Edward A. Johnson of St. Paul, Minn., and Mrs. Jewell Hage of Oak Park, 111. pastor of the Covina <?hurch of the Nazarine, will pronounce benediction. The class recessional will close the program. South Hills Kiwanis Charter Night June 14 South Hills Kiwanis club of Covina and West Covina will receive its charter Monday night, June 14, at Mt. San Antonio college. £111011 Taylor, governor of the local district will present the charter to Bob Olin, president of the newly formed club. The occasion will be marked b,y a dinner party attended by leaders of Covina and West Covina service clubs and other Kiwanis clubs in the area. The South Hills Kiwanis club is .being sponsored by the Arcadia Kiwanis club. EXPENSIVE DOG PORTLAND, Me. —(UP)—Eva Getchell used to think it amusing when her eight-year-old dog, Patsy, drank a steaming mug of coffee every morning for breakfast. That was before ^the -price of coffee soared.' Patsy still gets her morning cup, but the housewife says she doesn't think it "an especially cute trick" any longer. Graduate From Covina Eighth Grade 'The largest graduating class in the history of the Covina elementary school district will receive diplomas June 17 when 299 eighth graders move on to high school. Commencement ceremonies will be held at the high school athletic field at 6:30 p.m. A graduation dance In the Traweek auditorium will follow. The eighth grade picnic will be • held the following day at the Covina city park. Wiflard Youngdahl, principal of Traweek school, this week announced speakers for the all-student commencement. They are Donna Smith, Jacquelyn Richardson, Gary Kurtz, Georgia Oakes, Vencil Skarda and John Davis. General theme of their talks will be "What Education Means to Me." Jack Stewart will lead the combined bands of the Traweek, Griswold and Barranca schools along with the Traweek glee club, in a musical program. Frank Bowers, president of the school district board of trustees will present diplomas to the class Youngdahl revealed this week that much of the expenses of the program will be borne from Graduates First Class Thursday Sacred Heart parochial school's first graduating class will receive diplomas tonight (Thursday). Diplomas will 'be awarded at the class benediction at 7:30 p.m. to nineteen members of the eighth grade chiss. In the morning the. graduating class will be guests at breakfast following high mass at 8:30 a.m. The meal will be prepared by seventh grade mothers and served by the seventh grade girls. Orators at the commencement will be Rt. ,Rev. Monsignor Matthew J. Thompson, pastor of the St. Edward Catholic church in Corona. Refreshments will be served at the services. Graduates include: Barbara Bennett, Julie Blanchard, Mary I^ay Fenwick, Paula Browne, Judy Gore, Janet Cover, Helen Hundley, Terry Kraus, Marilyn Motyka, Nicollette Paace, Rita Yoder Donald Carew, Frank Jablonski Edmund Lambeth Robert Reed, Roger Roelle, Bill Segelken, David Sullivan, and Bill Walsh. profits made by the students at the recent P-TA Father's night function at Traweek school. Names of the graduates will be printed in next week's Argus- Citizen. SPECTATOR -- It was tough for jus' a little tyke like Janice Searles lo see all the goings-on at the Chuck Wagon Saturday so she requisitioned Daddy's broad shoulders as a mobile grandstand (rum which to view-the'fun. Daddy is Robert B. Searles, buildtr of 15U8 E. Vine streei .West Covina. —San Gabriel Valley Newspapers Photo Children's Day Service Slated at Presbyterian nominations. Christian'beliefs and practices as this church sees them will be discussed this Sunday evening, June 13th, at 7:30 pjn. The class is'preparatory to church membership. Any one interested Sunday, June 13, is Children's. is cordially invited. Westminster Fellowship at 7:00 p.m. Fun night at Westminster Hall. Games, singing, «nd eats. Day at Covina First Presbyterian Church with special recognition of children in the church school p au l Coberly'in charge. Worship -,,.«/> _ ~ service led by Donna Beaumont. at 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. Dr. Williams will bring the third sermon All high school young people are in a series by the ministerial staff invited from John 3:16 at the morning 1 __ worship services at 9:30 and 10:50 a.m. Dr. Williams' subject is "Life's Greatest Drama." In commenting on the sermon the pastor said, "The superlative in the title ! With the approach of the sum- is used with deliberate intent and mer bathing season and the close evidence will be presented to' of the current 1953-54 school term, County Parks and Recreation Superintendent B. P.' Gruen- Fires Prohibited at Zuma Reach prove the point." Miss Ruth Sinclair will be at the console of the organ relieving Mrs. Robert Woods who is having her first vacation in six years of faithful attendance each Sunday. The Chancel Choir under the. direction of .Mr. William Alsup will sing "God Is My Shepherd," by Clokey. Organ numbers will include Forever—Spindler: Pastorale —Burney. Prayer— H'Her, and March Religieuse Chauvet. The Inquirers' Class is a regular dyke today again reminded the public that fires no longer will be allowed at Zuma Beach Park, nor at any other County-operated beach. The Zuma prohibited as Beach fires were of last May 15th but many persons unacquainted with the order have been continuing to go to Zuma Beach with firewood. County Aquatics Director, L. R "Rusty" Williams, said that the X i&*l monthly feature of the First'"no fire" rule will be" enforced Presbyterian Church of Covina! strictly this summer not only by designed to be informative to non- hit staff of lifeguards but also by members and memberi of all de-lthe Sheriffs deputies. wants a new ad man ... an ad man that can do complete justice to the Important task of telling his many ' wonderful customers all the outstanding advantages of doing all their food-shopping at the ever-popular Coyina DriveJiTMarlcet. 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