Covina Argus from Covina, California on April 4, 1919 · Page 4
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THE CO VINA ARGUS COVINA, CALIFORNIA Pnblished every Friday by the Covina Argue Publlflblng Co. (partnership) J. L. MATTHEWS, Editor CARL H. SHIRLEY ) ELMER L. SHIRLEY^ Mana 9 er « Entered at the Postofflce, Covina, California, ao second-claes matter. rOVJ.VA. CM,., APKI!. 1, HMO. Subscription: $2.00 per yar, payable in advnnco; single copies, 5 conte. TELEPHONE NO. 3 EDITORIAL Iptlca jFor Salvation Hrm?. The Salvation Army's appeal for fund" for carrying on its home service work .should not fail of its purpose. If I there is n brunch of auxiliary aid that by universal agreement linn earned the good will of nil Americans in the trying days of Ore, war, that, organisation id the Salvation Army. The Salvation Army comes back from the front in France and Italy to center its beneficent, energies here in our own cities and towns. The religion of the Salvation Army is distinctly an applied Christianity. It finds the man in need and proceeds to administer to him, be he Protestant, Catholic, or Jew. The Salvation Army IRHH'IKH wore to l»e found where their help was most needed on the battlefronts of Murope. Neither there or at. home have they boon charged with looking for easy billets. They have always gone where the human need was greatest. Covinn'g nllotment of the $27.1,000 to be raised in I,of Angeles county is id 500 Two hundred fifty thousand dollnrn will be spent in the city of Los Angeles in the rection of a home for discharged soldiers and sailors. The Covina campaign is in charge of the local Elks, who have organized active committecH with J. II. Coolman aft chairman ami Frank Wright, us secretary. Ii, ;s proposed to make today (Friday) Covina'H day and everyone should be prepared to sugscribe their mite when called upon by the solicitors. did 4 Chevrolets outsell all other makes of cars in Southern California last month? Ask Chevrolet owners, Three months' free service goes with your car if you buy of local dealer. Merritfs Cash Garage Corner Citrus and San Bernardino Rd. Covina Music in the Home Edison * Columbia We Mill Demonstrate. YOUR LIBERTY BONDS ARE GOOD COVINA FURNITURE CO. L ocal Mr. nn>i Mr«. lion S. Miiliksn will rntfftnin hn Sius'lay Mr. ami Mr.". R. K. I.c* 1 of Chryrnnf', Wyoming. Mr. Lee wn.« a trarb'-r of Mr. Millikan's, and with his wifn has been "ponding the wintrr in f.onjj Hoach. Mr. nn«l Mr?. William RTtodfs of Bethany. 111., who have born wintering in Oakland, wore gupst? for several days the fir.«t of the 'week of Mr. and Mrs. \V. T. Kf'lltir on West Cypress fivT'ime. Befriri 1 thi-ir departure for their eastern home on Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Kellar tof"^ UIMI guostn on several I'lii^ motor 1 >\}<:> tlivoi ;hont the valley, visiting man v - jioin* of interest. Get a Remington .22 fr-r ?mali game or target "shooting—«cf your hfirdwnre dealer. 4-11 MJ«« Lonnta Stafford of Hr-nirt *pent ln.«t week-end with her parent?, Mr. ami Mrs. f). K. Stafford. Thr n?'x* meeting will be held in Mny af th'"- homo of M". .T:irr,es Elliott, and will be a guests' meeting. Miss Victoria Reynolds was tho guest of friends in I.fls Angoles over the week-end last week. It' you get your pies, enkes, cookies, or home-Hindu biscuits at Landraiii 's DelicatcsMeii. they ar<; good. It Mrs. A. I,. Trench mid daughter, Miss Dorothy, of I,os Angeles, were weekend guestti of Mr. mid Mrs. A. R. Kv- ans at their homo on East Kadillo. Tel. 116 Covina Mr. and Mrs. Herman T. Heudley, Mrn. Annette Mae.Coiirt, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Himpson and little son, Bobbie, of Baldwin Park, and Mr. Chester Mac- Court ami three children of Pasadena made a party that celebrated the fifth birthday of little Bobbie .Simpson with H picnic, at Griffith Park on .Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. 1'. Nyc have an their guest for tho week-end the latter'H sister, Mrx. 1{. C. Olmstcad of Pasadena, and two children. Mrs. Hoy I'hares tind daughter, Grace, and son, Wiley, of Pasadena will ! guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Taylor over tho week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilke and .little laughter spent .Sunday in Long Beach. Miss Frances Smith, house-guest of Mr. and Mr». Waldo Smith of Navilla Place, is spending the week with Holly.- wood friends. Mrs. Carroll Webb of Kant Badillo street entertained her cousin, Mrs. F. F. Btorcy of Chicago, Tuesday. ( Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wallace, who 1 for the past year havo been making their home with their daughter, Mrs. Av'C. Zimnicr of tho Pomona Hill road, havo left to make a visit with their son in Hcpncr, Oregon. From there they will visit a daughter in Northern Idaho. Ted Watson, son of Dr. and Mrs. Duviil Watson, in spending his spring vacation with his roommate, Gerald Me- Mullin, ttt Coronado. Miss Glair Sariborn, with Miss Ruth Watson and Miss Dorotha Cassel, will attend "The Gei.shu Girl," suiifj; by Mine. Tuinaki Miura, at the Mason op- erah ouse Saturday afternoon. Miss Sanborn and Mrs. Watson alsti attended Mine. Miura's production of "Madame Butterfly" Thursday evening. The meeting of tho Daughters of the American Kevolution on Tuesday of this weol< was held nl tho home of Mrs. William Crook of Rowland avonuo, Mi-s. Crook, Mrs. C. T. Booth and Mrs. W. 1'. Xyo acting as hostesses. The afternoon program was preceded by a dainty luncheon. The subject for the study this yi ar, "Our International Relations," has been uiio of vital interest, and this afternoon's work finished the program for ihe year. The Covina capter has the honor of holding tin 1 record among tho chapters of Southern California as to tho time of completion and thoroughness in the study of th< topic. Mrs. W. 1. Cioodfellow gave, a review of II. (5. Wells' recent book, "In the Fourth Year." Mrs. Nye led in a round-table, discussion of tho status of the League of Nations. A vote was taken, mid of the nineteen members present, nine voted for tho covenant as it is now drafted, and ten for a modified form of the covenant. The music for tilt 1 afternoon \vas furnished by Mrs, (Irani Chapnuin and Mrs. Franklin Flick. Mrs. Flick sang an original composition set to the music of "My Maryland." Mrs. Chapman '.s piano .solos were bv American composers, '' Amor- etle," by MaePmvell. and a "Polonaise," by Kdgar Stillniiin Kelley. She ulso gave a sketch of the life of each composer. Mrs. \V. A. Junes of Ol.ldstonr; and -Sen Lomond a*enuos entertained a few 'riends informally at luncheon Thurs- lay. The missionary society of the Chris- inn church held an all-day meeting Thursday in the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs, J, J. Morgan of Chino will be the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Douglass. Mr. H. A. Stnnge of Azusa, avenue eft last week on« a business trip to Chicago. Corporal Alba Hibsch, who returned from France recently with the 55th am- nunition train, has resumed hia old losition with the Argus Publishing "Jompany. Mrs. Delia Arthur and daughters, Mrs. David Bridge and Mi»H Emogene Arthur, and Miss Mabel White attend(1 the performance of "Madam Butterfly," in which the Japanese prima don- na, Tamaki Miura, appeared at the Mason opera house in Los Angeles Thurs- lay evening. Dr. and Mrs. K. V. Kice arid Mr. and Mrs. William M. Warren were dinner quests ut the University Club in Los Ange.lcs on ladies' night last Friday •.•vfining. Roy Winder, Jr., little .son of Mr. and and Mrs. Roy Winder, is recovering from a serious sick spell. You will find peanut butter. Also apple butter in bulk, at Landrail)'d Delicatessen. It Miss Carol Coman, accompanied by her brother, Ellis Coman, left Thursday morning for a two weeks' trip to San Francisco and vicinity, the journey north being made by automobile. It dor. 't make any difference how old or worn your piano'is, don't trade: jit off for some new; cheap piano not half as good. Have Mr. Scott (an expert piano maker) estimate, overhauling and rebuilding. Estimates free. Phone Covina Furniture Co., 110, or H. H. Scott, 744. 4-llp Mrs. Thomas Gooch of Rivera will be the luncheon guest today of Mrs. L. H. Harris of East Center street. HAIE WORK. Dying of false hair is an art which I have, practiced for many years. Ladier. can havo their old braids made to look like new. All kinds of hair work done. Mrs. C. Schultheis, Covina Department Store. It BIRTHS. To Mr. and Mrs. William Stcwurt, n girl, March 19. To Mr. and Mrs. Bishop, boy, March 28. To Mr. and Mrs. Y. Kawuto, girl, March 28. To Mr. and Mrs. U. llonaki, girl, March 30. I Miss Aura Fitch has become u mei:i- : bcr of the Covina chapter, t riinstVrring her lit'o • ...• u'bership from a chapter in : the en -t. Mr. a>id Mrs. ' hurles llassheider and Mr. and Mi.--. Henry Hassheider wilt be Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. diaries McCreary and Miss Ida Me C'reury in I .us Angeles. Mi<s Adu .leaks has given up hei' position with the Fir?t National Bank and accepted a position with the Southern Counties lias Company. Her place): Automobile Painting Covina Auto Paint Shop JONES & WATSON, Props. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT HIGH CLASS WORK Why go elsewhere for your work when you can have it d'nie sati.-factoriiy at home? We will eater to medium and It will pay you to st-c us for priees before j;uing elsewhere. in ihv- bank is bv tr, 1'ori Jei:ks. lilkvi bv her broth- Location, Second and Front, Opposite Troy Laundry Covina AVAILABLE MONEY RESERVES The main object of the Federal Reserve Banking System, of which we are a member, is to make more available tbe united money reserves of tho strong banks of the country. The Federal Reserve Rank, through which a member bank may quickly convert commercial paper into available assets when inost needed, enables us to meet these needs. Covina National Banb Dr. J. D. R«ed, Preg. J. H. Ooolman, Vice-Pm. V. 0. English, FERTILIZER I HANDLE ALL KINDS OF FERTILIZER—BLOOD, BONE MEAL TANKAOE, BAT OUANO, STABLE, COTTON SEED STEER. AOENT FOR OALAVADA FERTILIZER CO., WHICH HANDLES THE CONCENTRATED ROTTED SHEEP AND STEER. PLACE YOUR ORDERS THROUGH ME FOR QUICK DELIVERY. P. W. TULLY Phone 402 , Covina, Cal. ABOUT EYESIGHT Few people neglect an ache or a pain, but many overlook eye troubles, for defects of vision can usually only bo found by a skilled' op- ''*- tometrist. Whilo an ordinary headache may be but a passing indisposition, all too frequently eyestrain, headache and nervousness are forerunners of serious eye trouble. CONSULT RAYMOND FINCH At FINCH BROTHERS WE ARE LOCATED IN OUR ' New Quarters at 105 N. Citrus Avenue Next door to Nash's Drug Store where we have a very complete line of Electric Vacuum Cleaners, Washing Machines, Irons, Toasters, Peculators, Waffle Irons, Grills, Reading and Portable Lamps Drop in and see us WINDER & JONES Phone 321 Everything Electrical I K;:w::tt:::«u:;r.::*^^ THE BIG SHOP We Satisfy Our Patrons Our machine shop work has always been, and will continue to be, on. a par with any garage you can patronize anywhere in Southern California. Automobile Accessories Oxyacetylene Welding Tires and Tubes Covina Garage and Machine Shop Ass'n. j Otis Kellir.g, Secretary and Manager \ Phone 111 I r&zw&Xi^^ \

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