Covina Argus from Covina, California on November 23, 1945 · Page 10
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10 THE COVINA ARGUS-CITIZEN November 23, 1945 READY-MIXED CONCRETE 'Modern high-discharge ready-mixed concrete trucks, manned by efficient, courteous operators, now available for- all lypes of jobs, large or small. Telephone inquiries solicited. Our office will be glad to help you figure quantity of concrete necessary for your job. For deliveries in Covina and adjacent territories phone Azusa 368-01. For deliveries in the Torrance, Gardena and Harbor areas phone Torrance 1522 or Torrance 1210. AZUSA ROCK & SAND COMPANY Ph. Azusa 368-01 P. O. Box 175, Azusa, California BANK OF AMERICA 1946 NOW/ Giv. tom.on. a Bank of America Christmas Monty Order. 154 each at any branch. Payable anywhtre. Ask! : Santa to send you a Bank of America ChristmaB Club check on December 1, 1946, and start your account now at any branch—50 cents a week and up, You'll be surprised at the ease with which you can meet Christmas bills, or the down payment on,a home, an automobile, or a refrigerator. Also, dont forget that you may need funds to meet insurance premiums, taxes, or for that grand vacation yoS ore planning. of Atmmru NATIONAL ASSOCIATION . MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BYBTEM Your Church Invites You COVINA METHODIST, CHURCH Rev. H. H. Hocker, Pastor 9:30 Church School, V. G. Staar field, Supt. '<•' .- .' 10:45 Morning Worship 6:30 Youth Fellowship, Miss Barbara .Lewis, President. 4:00 Tuesday afternoon, devotion and study hour, 12:00 to 4:00 Wednesday, quilting. 3:15 junior choir practice. 7:30 senior choir practice. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Geo. S. Thompson, Pastor 9:30 Bible School. 10:45 Morning Worship. 6:30 Baptist Youth Fellowship. 7:30 Evening Evangelistic Service. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer and Praise service. 8:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Services at 11: OQ a. m. at church edifice, Third and Center streets. Sunday-school, 9:30. Wednesday evening testimonial meeting, 8:00. Reading room and fret jirculating library, 136 West Badillo street, open from 12:00 ajn. to 4:30 p.m., except Sundays and holidays. Public is invited to attend services and visit reading room. tf CHURCH OP THE NAZARKNE Ben H. Johnson, pastor First and College streets Sunday-school, 9:45; Kenneth Allen, superintendent. 11:00, morning worship. • NYPS, 6:30; Raymond Brown, superintendent. Evening worship, 7:30. Rally singing, music. Mid-week prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p-m. FOURSQUARE GOSPEL 150 West Badillo Rev. C. D. Broeffle t Pastor 9:30 Sunday School* 10:45, Morning Worship, sermon by pastor 6:30 Crusaders (young people) 6:30, Children's church 7:30 Evening Services Mid-Week services: Wednesday, 7:45 prayer meeting and Bible study. . ASSEMBLIES OF GOD Corner Second and School streets Rev. T. C. Cunningham, pastor' , Sunday services: 9:30, Sunday- school; 11:00, morning worship; 6:30, young people; 7:30, evangelistic. Wednesday, 7:30. prayer-meetinp THE FACILITIES AT CEMETERY— Sixteen"beautiful, gently sloping lawns, fully developed and landscaped. MAUSOLEUM-COLUMBARIUM- A time enduring edifice providing maximum protection, in a beautiful setting overlooking the park. CREMATORY— Every modern facility for conducting cremation services. CHAPELS — Available for memorial services'and other ceremonies. A Perpetual Care Cemetery ROSE HILLS MEMORIAL PARK CREMATOR? • COiUMBAKIUM • MAUSOLEUM • CEMETERY Workman Mill Komi near Whini.r - Park MUM WMttier 42047 Urns Beodi. Pfaon. Ut.1t ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Third and Dexter streets Richard G. Deffner, Pastor Sunday school and Bible class at 9:45a.m. Morning Worship at 11 o'clock. The Ladies Aid Society meets Tuesday at 1 p.m. Saturday, 9:30 to 12:00, religious school for children over twelve. International Lutheran Hour over KHJ at 9:30 a.m. Southern California Lutheran Hour over KMTR every weekday at 9:06 a.m. SEVENTH DAY ADVENT 569 Valencia Place, Covina Sabbath school at 9:30 ajn. Meets every Sabbath (Saturday) at Adventist church, Glendora, on West Whitcomb street CHURCH OF.THE BRETHREN - Third and Puente streets Paul_S. Hersch, Minister * 9:45 Church School, Marion Boots, Supt. 11:00 Morning Worship. Sermon, "Hosea Reveals The Internal of the Eternal." \ 3:30 B. Y. P. D. Donna Martin, President. 6:00 Fellowship .class. 7:00 Junior high group, Mary Larick, Director. November 28, Homebuilders. December 3, Teachers and Board of C. E.. December 5, Monthly Council Meeting. Christian Science Topic 'Soul and Body' "Soul and Body" will be the subject of the Sunday Lesson-Sermon In all branches of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston. The Golden Text is from II Corinthians: "We know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God, an house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens." The Lesson-Sermon Includes, this selection from Luke: "And in the ! synagogue there was a man, which had a spirit of an unclean devil, and cried out with a loud voice, Saying, Let us alone; what have ! we to do with thee, thou Jesus of i Nazareth? . . . And Jesus rebuked him, saying. Hold thy peace, and come out of him. And when the devil had thrown him In the midst, ' he came out of him, and hurt him I not. And they were all amazed, ! . . . saying. What a word is this! \ for with authority and power ho i commandeth the unclean spirits, ] "and they come out." In "Science and Health with Key ; to the Scriptures" Mary Baker | Eddy says, "Knowing that Soul and its attributes were forever manifested through man, the Master healed the sick, give sight to the blind, hearing to the deaf, feet to the lame, thus bringing to light the scientific action of the divine Mind on human minds and bodies and giving a better understanding of Soul and salvation." FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Second and Italia streets Paul C. McFarlin, Minister 9:30 Church School. 11:00 Morning Worship, 6:30 Westminster Fellowship. Tuesday 7:30 Trustees Meeting. Wednesday . 9:45 Spiritual Life Group. Thursday 1,1:00 Women's Auxiliary. 7:30 Choir Rehearsal. CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY Corner Third and Badillo streets Rev. C. Lee Mills, Rector 8:00 a.m. Holy Communion. 9:45 a.m. i Church School. New '46 Chevrolet Continues to Draw Interested Crowds Gleaming new. 1946 Chevrolet, sounding an appealing note in sleek, modern styling, and embodying ( the latest results of new engineering progress, are now on display at Ciippinger Chevrolet Company. "The new models mark an outstanding step in Chevrolet's pron gress as top producer in the automotive industry," said 1. H. Ciip- pinger. 'More Chevrolets than any other car were sold in 10 of the last 11 years of prewar automotive production. We are confident that the new postwar car will once again be a sales winner." The first Chevrolet _to come from factory production line's is the popular Stylemaster sport sedan, a four- door model which is being featured in the initial display." Many, valley people have visited the showroom the past two weeks •to inspect the new model, and Mr. Ciippinger invites everyone interested to come in. Clippinger's will continue to provide top flight maintenance for Chevrolet and other cars and trucks in this area. This service was geared to a high point of perfection during the war. PROFESSIONAL ...CARDS... Yellowstone Lists More Than 100% Visitor Increase Travel to the nation's largest na-| tional. park during the 1945 travel! year, which extended from October 1, 1944, "to September 30, 1945, increased 108.9 over that of the pervious travel year. According to statistics recently compiled by the touring department of the National Automobile club, 178,296 persons visited" Yellowstone national park, as compared with 85,843 in 1944. A number of factors, including an increase in gasoline rations during the early summer, redeployment of the armed forces to the Pacific after j the end of the war in Europe, and the shift of war workers caused an! increase of 56.4 per cent up to V-J| day, after which travel practically doubled and continued at this in-1 creased rate to the end of the travel J year. H. D. Robbing L. A. TIMES AGENT Phone 177-32 FEET HURT? , VISIT Wilkinson Foot Correction Salon Opp. City Hall Phone 245-31 , Covina WANTED! Pianos and Band Instruments We Pny Cash Ford Bros. Music Co. 256 E. 2nd — Pomona — Phone 262 tf CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. Hubert Vandenbergh, Pastor Sunday masses: 7:45 a.m., Covina parish church. 9:00, mass at Baldwin Park. 10:15 a.m., Covina piirish church, followed by benediction of the blessed sacrament. Catech.'jin classes: 2 to 5 p.m. on Wednesdays; d to 11:30 a.m. on Saturdays. Choir practice, 8:00 p.m., Wednesdays. Altar society and Holy Name society communion on second Sunday of each month. Altar society meeting held on the first Thursday of each month. A. B. C. Awning Company J. W. HURT, Prop. El Monte — Phone BU. 8-0967 615 Potrero SL The Argus-Citizen has the largest circulation in the San Gabriel Valley. Is your advertisement there? ACCOUNTANTS ta' i W^W^VL/X/WW/\^> C. F. TURRILL ACCOUNTANT and AUDITOR 554 So. Maxson Road Phone Budlong 8-6695 EL MONTE \ ATTORNEYS ANDREW M. PENCE Attorney-at-Law Notary Public Rooms 6, 7 and 8, Reed Block i Phone 149-01 Covina Homes Orange Groves Chas. R. Warne REALTOR Phone, Res. 101*93; Office, 253-11 140 N. Citrus Avc. Covina C. Leon Agnew Books Installed, Maintained • Insurance, Auto, Fire, Etc. Certified Tax Consultant Phone 18402, Pomona or Budlong 8-6792, El Monte Commercial and Maintenance Domestic Service and Repair BILL GROSS Commercial Refrigeration Service* —Service on All Makes—• Phone 367-41 Foothill and Citrus Blvdk, Azusa The Covina Argus-Citizen Classified Ads Bring Results. tf LETTER FROM SHANGHAI BRINGS NEWS OF DR. SUNG AND FAMILY In what was her first direct word from Shanghai in 8 years, Eva D. Edwards last week received a letter from Lily Sung, friend and co-author of her book, "Ling Ling, Child of China," and mother of the family about whom the book centers. Only 2 letters were received by Miss Edwards from her friends during their years of virtual imprisonment by the Japanese. These were smuggled out through the underground 6 and 7 years, ago. Zuliang Sung (or Bill as he is known here) is now president of St. John's University in Shanghai. He received his education in America, and will be remembered by fellow Rotarians in Covina where he has appeared as Rotary speaker while visiting Miss Edwards. He conducted Chinese entrants in the Olympic games in the United States in 1932 and in Germany in 1936. Mrs. Carol Holt, daughter of Mrs. Mary Coman it will be remembered was married from the Sung's home in Shanghai. The Sung family, Mr. and Mrs. Sung and six children, have been friends of Miss Edwards for many years and she has been a guest in their home several times. Her book, "Ling Ling, Child of China," was written with the beautiful St. John's campus as background (the same campus on which the, Sungs have lived under Japanese, domination for the past 8 years). Mrs. Sung's letter was sent on the first boat out of freed Shanghai to her brother, Mr. Soohoo m Washing- j ton who made six copies to send to' the family's closest friends in AmerU ca. One of these copies reached Miss Edwards last week. In it Mrs. Sung paints a clear and courageous picture of weary years beneath Jap control. Her letter follows in part: "Two thousand Chinese troops came'to stay at our campus September 8 and the place is humming with activity. There will also be Bronchial COUGHS (Resulting From Colds) Puckley'. F*moui "CANADIOL" Mixture Acts Like a Flash Spend a, few cents today at any drug store for a bottle of Buckley's CANADIOL Mixture (triple acting). Take a couple of sips at bedtime. Feel Ha Instant powerful effective action spread thru throat, head and brbnchjal VSr be &. , tt •y° rt f at onc « *<> loosen utf thick, choking phlegm, soothe raw membrances ana make breath- Ing easier. Sufferers from those persistent nasty Irritating coughs or bronchial- irritations due to colds • find Buck?£• ,£ rlnK " «ju'ck and effective re- 1 !fi t i ?°!P * wait—get Buckley* Can- idlol today. Tou get relief Instantly. GLESENEB'S DBUG STOBE No. Cttr«i Ave. Phone 220-21 'about a thousand U. S. troops here, so soon we shall see the last of the horrible Japs, 1 hope. They had finally taken three of our buildings again, and we are certainly thankful that the Atomic^Bomb finished off the war before anything else happened around here. For the last eight years we never knew when we would have to vacate the next hour. The whole city was honeycombed with the Japs, and this city was G. H. Q. for them in this region, so in case of more fighting, we would surely have gotten at least one Atomic Bomb if the war had contined. Physically Shanghai has not suffered too much, but morally, spiritually, financially and nutritionally, it has not been so good. Those on top worked for the Japs (and there were hundreds of thousands of them in the commandeered factories, etc., making war supplies and goods, wherefore no servants since the war began) and have be«n sitting well, but our middle class, especially teachers and those who who did not work for the Japs have had a very hard time. We have sold all of our possessions which anyone was willing to buy to pay for food which reached such fantastic prices, as this funny money, in which our salary is paid could not buy much. Rice went up to 2 million (Chinese dollars) per picul (135 pounds) and eggs went up to as much as $5000 each for a while, but back to $1500 just at present. In town milk is $7000 per pint, but from the cows from our Agricultural School it is $3600 here just now. The feed is fearfully expensive, that is why so high. "We thank God again and again that St. John's has been spared. Being in such a strategic and visible position, and being so vulnerable from the air was one of the biggest factors in saving us. It has been very beautiful these days to see and hear the U. S. planes zooming over us, bringing our troops from West China, and dropping food and supplies by parachute to the foreign internees in the Jap prison camp very near us (Da Sah Univ.) All of our U. S. and British teachers are now out and back on the campus or Jessfield compound .... "The children are all fairly well,' though all below par physically. We all need to gain weight before the winter comes. Billy having a continuous crop of sties in his eyes since his last illness. Eva's (Miss Edward's godchild) gaining weight but have to stay out of school another half year. Harriet Emily's skin disease keeps coming back with each change of season. Ruth fairly well and the other two girls also. Bill is much better than he was—so thankful his burden is lifted now. I am gaining weight again. Lily." TIIOS. B. REED Attorney-at-Law 109 East Badillo Street Phone 262-71 Covina Roy G. Lewis General Contractor Specializing in Better Homes and store fronts 608 Ciencga Ave. Phone 119-72 H. A. MILLER ATTORNEY AT LAW | Office: Ground Floor Bank of j America Bldg, Baldwin Park, j Evenings by Appointment : Phones: Office. 654-61; Res, 159-64 'DA1LEY S. STAFFORD Attorney-at-Law Subway Terminal Bldg, 417 South Hill Street, Los Angeles j Phones: Mich. 2828; Covina 128-92 Practicing in all courts PORTER T. KERCKHOFF Attorney-at-Law 143 East College Street TELL THE WORLD WITH SIGNS ALL KINDS: Outside, Inside, Banners, Oils, Showcards, Water Color Reasonable prices Neal Barker 223 So. Third Covina COLA Phone 187-01 Covina JAMES W. PIERCE Lawyer Real Estate Law — Estates Practice in All Courts Phone BUdlong 8-5679 233 W. Valley Blvd. — El Monte CHIROPRACTORS ''>««'N^^ - ''^* 1 v^>^N - ^>^"S^N^'«v.'^rf"* DR. GEO. CHROAttAK, D. C. Diagnostic Office Examination $2 General Practice Maternity Cases Dobb's Trusses 635 W. Brockway, El Monte BU 8-5472 75 North Lake, Pasadena SY. 6-1633 CITRUS PRUNING • Ralph Lopez •109 Fourth St. — San iMmas Phone 1820 W. I* Zachary General Paint Contractor DDT Spraying Straight or mixed in paint, effective as long as six months. For industrial or residential Specializing in SPRAYING Best of Material* Used 312 No. Citrus Ave. Phone 157-51 P.O. Box 167 Where Can We Get It? Chapman's Gleaners, 220 No. Citrus, Covina work Open " CLEANERS and TAILORS^" Repair Work Neatly Done -^ Closed Wednesday and Thursday DAVE SPRINGER, 120 East College Street. Phone 138-32, CLEANING—Covina Cleaners DENTISTS DR. C. W. SEARCY Dentist Old First National Bank Bldg. Phone 119-53 Covina ROBERT P. MILLER Dentist 151 West College Street Phone 172-74 Covina DR. C. J. CRESMER Dentist 109 East Italia Street Phone 227-34 Covina OPTOMETRISTS "•*^»-—»^-«P«-«^-V**>^«I»«'-« K -»*"WM«^. DR. RAYMOND R. FINCH Optometrist 117 No. Citrus Ave. Phone 104-21 Covina, Calif. With FINCH BROS. - - SPECIALIZING - In the skillful- adaptation of lenses to the eyes to acquire maY'"n"" vision and comfort Expert cleaning and pressing. Open six days a week MR. and MRS. C. E. MORRISON. 238 N.CHrus, Phonl 176^Tcovina DOLL HOBBY Hospital and Toy Shop isi q rihh <;. "^^ G> FOX> pr °P rietor 151 S. Glbbs St. Phone 8411, Pomona Homemade Ice Cream and Sherbets BETSY ROSS ICE CREAM CO, 225 North Garey Ave, Pomona Phone 1499 — We Pack in Dry Ice for Your Parties Lloyd McClellan— Flooring Contractor maintained. Phone 483-64. 12-6p r2Snnrr ****&»$• wa *«* 662 South Glendora Avenue, Glendora. Luggage — Trunks — Leather Goods GLUCK'S LUGGAGE STORE - 291 E. 2nd - Pomona We carry a complete line of luggage. Phone 8412 Piano and Furniture Refinishing OlPVMrtT T\C* 'nT3TT*»»TTr^v»»»«« **.*-* Free Estimates REYNOLDS REFINISHING CO. 112 East Badillo St, Covina PRINTING—Argus-Citizen Printshop Especially equipped to do good quality work at the cheapest prices. We will cheerfully quote prices and show samples — Phone 100-31 ROOFS—Evertite Welded D»T,T roofs with sealed edges. Estimates free. PAUL M. HIVELY. 139 W. Cottage Drivi. Rhone 264-51 Rug Cleaners in Your Home, 1-Day Service Cocoanut Oil shampoos. Experienced operators on Orientals, Frleaes. Ph WU tons Broadlooms, Chinese Hooks, Axminsters^etc. ' Phone "AJAX" B u. 8-5563, El Monte SIGN PAINTING— •213 East ***** Phone 220-62 USED FURNITURE- ERICKSON'S USED FURNITURE STORE Used Furniture bought and sold. 310 N. Citrus, Phone 115-22

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