Covina Argus from Covina, California on November 30, 1945 · Page 2
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THE COVINA ARGUS-CITIZEN Friday, November 30, 1945 PtRCE STRINGS *>y HAftOLD HE TOOK CADPY PEES OUT Of BAflV'S BANK RI6HT. WH6M THERE WAS OUST FOR ME TO BUY A NEW HAT. MY HUSBAND « TMB MEANEST MAN t KNOW. IT WOULD BE MfcAN NOT TO L.CT VDU KNOW A3OUTTW6 COUOTfSY AND REUABtE senvKE voo CAM GET AT BUGCARD'S SUPERSIRVKi STEAM GLEANING — WASHING — POLISHING LUBRICATION — PAINTING Seat Covers Made to Order BLRCKRROi SUPER SERVICE 425 N.CITRUSAVE • COVINA • P/f. 2 JO - 9O HAROLD BLACkARD, OWNER t OPERATOR WITH SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN RAINY WEATHER AHEAD! Come in and have your BRAKES CHECKED Experienced Mechanic formerly with General Motors Leo's Maintenance Service 1st and School Sts. Phone 113-02 Smudge Oil Hose Limited supply available. Get yours now—no priority "GASOLINE ENGINES DYER OFFSET DISC HARROWS PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR SPRING DELIVERY OF INTERNATIONAL McCORMICK-DEERING TRACTORS International Harvester Truck, Tractor v a^4 Farm Equipment ° Sales and. Service Covina Equipment Company : ; v 116 School St., -O To Sell—Tell! Advertising Is Your Best Bet Lt Phil Pavelko Arrives in Boston Lt. Philip Pavelko, husband of the former Dorcus Holden of Covina, telephoned Tuesday from Camp Miles Standish, Boston to say that he had arrived in the" states after 16 months overseas service in Germany, France, etc. Lt. Pavelko is wilh the army ordnance and upon arriving at Ft. MacArthur in about 10-days he expects to receive a discharge. He has been in the service for four years, eight months. Mrs. Pavelko recently resigned her position at the Automobile club. lEi pa pn Corporal Henry Zelier Released From Army Corporal Henry Zelier, son of Mr. -and Mrs. H. A. Zelier of West Puente street received his discharge Wednesday of last week from the army air forces at San Bernardino. Corporal Zelier has been in service for three years, the last twenty-three j months having been spent in Eng-i land where his work was installing j and testing radar equipment. He plans to return to college. Ra Ra P3 Cecil Harris Here on Leave Cecil Harris, aviation 'chief machinist mate is home on a fifteen day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harris on Bonita avenue, from Camp Elliott. He will report back to camp for his discharge. Another son, Everrell Harris is attending 'Finance school in Indianapolis, Indiana and hopes to be home with his wife and daughter for the Christmas holidays, and will then report to Camp Beale for assignment. PO 3/c Vernon Southwell Home on Navy Leave Petty Officer 3/c Vernon Southwell is enjoying a leave in Covina with friends and relatives. He attended Covina high school and has been in the navy for almost two years. POS/c Southwell will report to Jacksonville, Florida, upon completion of his leave, December 6 He has served overseas in the South Pacific for several months previous to being stationed in Jacksonville. Sergeant Bill Patsel Here on Furlough Sgt. William Patsel, husband of former Marilyn Johnson, arriv- Covina JTriday for a 15-daJ .Jlough fronf> Greensboro, North 'arolina. Th» Patsels have daughter, Kathleen. Sgt. Patsel expects a discharge from the AAF in January. te Pa te James Guinn Receives Army Discharge Private First Class James E. Guinn has just received his discharge at the army separation camp at McClellan Field after serving with the air forces. His home is at 1307 East Covina boulevard. WHY WERE WE THANKFUL? As we paused to give thanks last week on our traditional Thanksgiving Day, we were particularly impressed by an advertisement in support of the Victory Loan which enumerated several reasons why we in America should be thankful. Eight of these reasons were: ' , L "Without harm or hindrance, we have in-the. United States what the Pilgrim Fathers sought, "Freedom to Worship God." . • . .; 2. .Our citizens and those "within our gates" are bountifully fed, warmly clothed, and profitably employed/ 3. Invaders never set foot on America's sacred soil. 4. n With the exception of the wanton outrages at Pearl Harbor and' Manila, none of our beautiful cities was ravaged or destroyed by enemy might. 5. Neither bombs nor shells marred our broad landscapes or towering forests. 6. Old Glory floats freely, honorably and bravely wherever the sun shines. 7. Our business and industrial integrity and credit cannot be assailed. 8. Our government tempers justice with mercy to ease alien suffering. If each of these reasons isn't enough to put the Victory Loan Drive over the top by itself, there is something wrong with the old Yankee spirit. We don't think there's anything wrong. The drive will go over the top—but only with your help. How about doing your share? From the Old West There's quality and beauty in these billfolds and belts by TexTan of Yoakum, Texas. They're created by craftsmen to whom the art of leather- working has been handed down from father to son,since the Spanish padres first established their missions in Texas over 400 years ago*. "The Mustang 1 Authentic reproduction of fines* genuine hand- tooling. Double cover taddledeiignjallaround hand-laced edge>i two cello envelopes. $6.OO "Rio Maria" A billfold lor the ladies. Distinctive Western design of fin* leather. Cacivi embossing on cover, cello window, snap change purse, snap fastener on cover. Othtr ditfincUtw billfoldi for rau and women, Tuas Songer altd Soddl. Croft Belli — W«t«rn and dress •tyle«j choice leafhertj beautifully •ode. AS ADVERTISED IN ESQUIRE Potter's Toggery Covina, California Chest Drive Hits $11,189 In the Community Chest drive which is still continuing, sales have reached $11,189. Anyone else who is planning to contribute is asked to please turn in his donation this week in order that the drive may be closed. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Clippinger and baby have this week moved to 415 Palm Drive to make their home They have been living with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. H Clippinger on East Puente street. NEVER HAVE MUCH- FINDING- SOMEBODY TO KNOCK. TUB. „ CHW» Off YOUR. &HOWOER HOTPOINT REFRIGERATOR Now on Display Stop in and place your oi'der now Malley Kitchen Master America's finest table broiler. Broils steaks, .toasts sandwiches, etc. You never have trouble being satisfied if you shop at Perkins Electric Service, for they have no substitutes for honesty, courtesy, and fair dealing. ELECTRIC SERVICE « 101 W.CITRIK AVE. COVINA-PH:2*9-42 Gerald Deal Given Bronze Star Award Heroic wartime, achievement of erald V. Deal, Pomona junior col- ege instructor recently released rom active duty as a naval r^jerve ieutenant, today brought him the ironze Star medal. The award was authorized while Deal still was on active duty, but was not finally •igned by the Secretary of the Navy until after his return to Pomona. The medal was awarded for Deal's actions in July, 1944, when the merchant ship upon which he was serv- ng as armed guard officer was torpedoed in the Indian ocean. Details of the episode are con- ained in the citation, which reads: "For heroic achievement as gunnery officer of the United States' lay Vavy armed guard on board the S. S. Sin Tean Nicolet when that vessel was i were orpedoed and sunk by an enemy Three One-Act Plays Delight Audience at Little Theatre Meet For the initial stage drama of the current season to be presented before Little Theater members and their guests, Tuesday night there was three one-act plays under the direclion of Elga Delay, Celia Norton, work shop chairman, of the j group, and Fred Becker Legion Sees Pictures of Jap Horrors Motion pictures of Japanese atrocities in China wore shown at Monday evening's .meeting of the Howard T. Douglas post of American Legion. Augmenting the program were'the Judy girls of Temple City who put on a skit featuring western musical numbers. It. was announced that the auxiliary would assjst the local post in obtaining gifts for "Yanks who Gave." Anyone who wishes to contribute to tliis worthwhile drive is asked to leave his gifts at the post office with adjutant Clark McCall. Cash contributions are to be taken to Harold Potter at Potter's Tog- gery. Suitable gifts for service boys will be published in a list in the Argus-Citizen next week, Next regular meeting will feature an open discussion of current veteran problems and all veterans of both wars are urged to come and air their problems and ideas for solutions. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Smyth, Major and Mrs. Aaron Hosmer and Clark McCall were among those who represented Covina at^ Sunday's visitation > day at San Fer-nando hospital. — ^ /- — •- • Bosworth's Cafe Now Open Each Come in and see our hand-made .., tooled LEATHER Handbags, Wallets, Watch Bands, Belts Christmas orders taken for a limited time ONLY WE DYE SHOES A new shipment of pre-war dyes just arrived • GOLD AND SILVER BUCKLES Shop early—supply limited '• BOOTS AND SHOES Made to order O'Mallory's Shoe and Leather Shop 222 North Citrus Avenue Covina The first, an entertaining skit "The Critic" by Val Clark had its action on the stage of a theater with the following, c.ist, Howard Hawkins, Miirjorie Hathcock, William Temple, Ernie Hylton, Roy Russell, Hazel Crook, Jay Pitzer and Frank De- fapahese sutmarine in the Indian ocean the night of July 2, 1944. "With his ship afire, listing vio- ently, and in immediate danger of sinking following two torpedo hits, Lieut. Deal, altho dazed by the concussion, remained calm and ef- 'icient in the resulting confusion, and, when the abandon ship order was given, maintained 10 of his crewmen to make the rounds of the •e settings and'lighting effects j " r< ; no ™ elng 'unusually well done in the 1 Aswstmg Mr play. "The Other Voice" a wierd journey into the world of Day at Noon New hours are announced this week for Bosworth's cafe, popular restaurant and cocktail room on Holt Garvey boulevard just east of Citrus rvenue. Twelve noon to twelve midnight will be the open hours for the- bar which is in charge of Claude Crow. Dining room service will be available from 12 noon to 9 p.m. Special merchants luncheons psychology Taking part were Paul DeArman and John Bennett and Mrs. William Bosworth, new owners, nre Mr. Bosworth's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Bosworth recently of Oregon. William . , T, ,, • r> i • .u u / ' House of Greed", directed by Mr. ' Cund >' of Baldwin Park -s the chef Becker was a professional bit. j '". <*«*> ° Mhe kitch ! n l_; _ For Good Food you can't find a better place to eat Open weekdays 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Sundays 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Closed MONDAYS DRIVE-IN CAFE MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE CALHOUN Corner San Bernardino Road and Citrus Avenue Several of the cast appeared in last year's play, "The Man Who Came to Dinner," Ethel Russell and Helen Saueressig and one of the group's favorites, Don Neeley who shared Fred honors with Coila Munson, ship to destroy, all confidential and Munson and Harold Saueressig. secret materials while others took I Social hour' after the show was :p the life boats. j in charge of' Margaret Warr, Alice "The last to leave the stricken; Clapp and Clydia Rice as hostesses. vessel, he bravely assumed charge! ; : : of the life raft directing approxi- i., ayal Mr. and Mrs. Deal reside at 1045 Hillcrest drive. Mr. Deal is the brother-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hepner of Covina. N For expert job printing, see the Covina Argus-Citizen job printing department, too small. No job too big; no job tf ate measures with coolness, and, Bt^T-^hg ci ^ m & ^^^ by James cision and giving encouragement Forrestal , Secretary of the Navy, to others as the raft pulled away . .. from the blazing Jean Nicolet. "Shortly thereafter the enemy surfaced, captured survivors, deprived them of life jackets, tied .heir hands behind their backs and •orced them to sit on deck with leads bowed» Determined not to submit to capture, Lieut. Deal refused the line they threw him and, dropping his life jacket, dived into the shark infested waters and swam away in the darkness while the enemy shelled the area. "Taken on board a wooden life raft two hours later, he remained stout-hearted and indomitable thru- out a perilous two-day period until rescued by a friendly vessel and taken to Addu atoll, where he continued in command of the surviving crewmen. "By his outstanding fortitude, courageous leadership and gallant devotion to duty under extremely perilous conditions, Lieut. Deal served vas constant inspiration to his shipmates and upheld the highest traditions of the United States We're general headquarters for Christinas gifts for everyone on your list. See our vast collection of toiletries, smokers' needs, toys for the children, and gifts for those in service. Plan to do all your shopping in one store . . . your favorite drug store . . . WABD'S! BLUVOX The Magic Auto Polish For sale at W. S. SIDES Plumbing Shop 142 Italia St. Covina Royal Grown COLA BEGINNING SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1 we will serve BREAKFAST, LUNCH DINNER Open 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. WE CATER TO SPECIAL PARTIES HUFFMAN HOUSE 229 West Alosta Ave. GLENDORA PRESTON & STANFIELD DEPENDABLE WEED CONTROL Plan NOW to control winter and spring WEEDS! Bermuda grass spotting .Border and standpipe cleanup Full orchard weed control Estimates without obligation HAROLD PRESTON VERN STANFIELD 1450 Baseline 404 East Cypress Azusa 388-43 Covina 183-01 Colognes 50c - 10.00 Congo, Bracelet, L'Orle, and other well-known brands to suit the most discriminating tastes. f, Cosmetic Sets 1.00-10.00 Max Factor, Elmo, Evening in Paris, etc. Matched toiletries appeal to every woman. Pipe Stands 4.29 up Pouches, stem bacco, etc. cleaners, to- BEAUTIFUL DRESSER SETS 10.00 to 29.95 Fitted cases with genuine Lucite Materials in pastel shades INNER-SPRING MATTRESSES and BOX SPRINGS to match Livingroom Sets — Bed Divan Sets Curtain Panels in Dotted .Swiss and Marquisette 6 and 7-Way Electric Floor Lamps ALL SPECIAL PRICES CENTER FURNITURE STORE 140 E. Foothill Blvd., AZUSA Phone ,353-31 Christmas Cards Buy your cards early and mail them early to insure pre- Christmas delivery. We have a wide variety of cards, singly and special boxes, at a range of prices. Surf Spray 1.00 - 4.00 Men's favorite shaving requisite Gift Wrappings Brighten your Christmas gifts with festive paper and ribbons. We have a limited supply. Get yours early. Plastic Compacts Pastel shades 2.95 - 5.95 Fitted Cases Men's compact cases, with all the masculine needs 9.00 up Stationery 50c - 2.50 Special Christmas Boxes WARD'S DRUG STORE Corner Citrus and College Phone 101-21

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