The Pomona Progress Bulletin from Pomona, California on August 9, 1932 · 5
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Pomona, California
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Tuesday, August 9, 1932
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THE PROGRESS-BULLETIN, POMONA, CALIF., TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 9, 1932. PACE FIVE CORDILL RETAINED AS FEDERATION MINISTER SAN DIMAS, Aug. 9. The newly-named eouncll for the Community Church of San Dimae elected J. P. Campbell chairman at ita organization meeting laat night at the Chrietian church and unanimously voted to retain the Rev. Tunis C. Cordill, pastor of the Christian church, for the Application of the ensuing year Rev. Mr. Cordill to serve as minister for the federated church was unanimously accepted when brought up for vote. The Union church, the other principal In the federation, had no pastor at the time of the federation. Other executives for the council, besides Mr. Campbell were elected as follows: John TIsworth, vice- chairman; Stanley Plummer, secretary; and T. Roe Hobbs, treasurer. Each of the two federating churches placing two members In executive posts. A finance committee for the community church was appointed, with T. Roe Hobbs to serve as chairman, assisted by Roger Holden, John Hinkle, and J. H. Hoover. W. R. Wood, who Is leaving San Dimas for the present, tendered his resignation aa a member of the council and H. O. Lillard was appointed to the vacancy. John Tltsworth, as vice-chalr-jnan, was Instructed to call the staffs of the Union and Christian Sunday schools together for a conference to effect final plans for the federation. A number of other details were brought up for discussion and held over for action at a second meeting to be called late this week or early next week, at which time the council hopes to complete all arrangements for the union, to become effective September 1. LaVerne Pastor's Son to Room With Chinese in Hawaii LA VERNE. Aug. 9 Robert Walker was notified yesterday that a native Chinese student by the name of Chang will be his roommate during the next school year at the University of Hawaii, Honolulu, In quarters at the Atherton House. Both are Juniors and Mr. Chang served as president of his university T. M. C. A. Mr. Walker will leave Aug. 26 as exchange student from La Verne college. This arrangement was effected by the T. M. C. A-, which provides transportation and pays certain incidental fees. Mr. Walker Is majoring In education, with muslo as a minor major. He Is the only son of the Rev. and Mrs. Galen K. Walker. POMONA BUILDING AND J?L 0 s -south- nil Being an incurable optimist ? T IFE HAS DEALT GENEROUSLY WITH ME, I maybe beyond my just deserts, and I have lived 1 long enough to have gone through five depressing periods when it was popular to be gloomy and pessimistic. So, I am an optimist, after all these years. ' I HAVE YET TO BE DISHEARTENED AT THE REWARDS OF ENERGY, HONEST THINKING AND HARD WORK. It puzzles me to see the merit in bewailing the conditions over which we have no control when MOST OF US HAVE ONLY FAILED IN THE MAN-AGEMENT OF OUR OWN AFFAIRS. Or must we blame some one else? Superior thrift and ability TO HEAR Fins District Attorney and Two Other Candidates Slated To Appear at LaVerne LA VERNE, Aug. 9 Buron Fitts, candidate for reelectlon as Los Angeles county district attorney, will appear under the auspices of the Womans Betterment Government league at a political mass meeting Friday evening at 7:30 oclock In the La Verne college auditorium. Ira Lee of Pomona will act as presiding officer, with E. C. Kenyon of La Verne, acting as local chairman on arrangements for the Better Government league. Mrs. L D. Voder, president of the La Verne Womens Christian Temperance union, will present the speaker. Two other speakers will appear on the mass meeting program, Judge Georgia Bullock of the Los Angeles superior court, department fS, who will be Introduced by Mrs. Elsbery W. Reynolds of Pomona, and Assemblyman Frederick Houser of Alhambra, candidate for congressman from the 12th district, who will be Introduced by W. A. Johnstone of San Dimas. Judge W. Turney Fox, and Judge Clement Shinn. Governor Rolphs recent appointees to the Los Angeles superior court bench, will ap pear as the Initial speakers on the evening's program, according to definite word of acceptance received today. Both will be Introduced by Ira Lee, the presiding officer. GIRL HIT BY CAR CHINO, Aug. 9. Apparently becoming confused, Elodla Sandoval, 4-year-old Ontario girl, ran Into the path of Elvie W. Wamte of 220 S. 7th street, Chino, as he was driving thru Ontario Sunday, according to reports from the Ontario police. The child received a broken leg and was rushed to the San Bernardino county hospital for treatment Warner was not held. 260 SOUTH THOMAS Mtooca or thi aioc To carry a savings program through to its goal uHll test the ability of any man . You too , can save if you only try. Now is a gqod time to start. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS FRED B. PALMER President J. A. ALLARD, Jr. Vie President and Attorney W. D. FREDERICK Secretary BERT T HARVEY Treasurer PAUL D. WALKER Assistant Secretary MOLUE Ht'RKE Assistant Secretary Annual Cleanup Under Way At Chino in Advance of Septembers Harvest CHINO, Aug. 9. Under the direction of L. T. White, manager, the annual cleanup was under way today at the Chino Walnut Growers association plant so that all machinery and equipment will be In readiness In about two weeks. Present Indication point to a harvest that will get under way about a weekly early. In the forepart of September, and as yet the crop has not been damaged, according to Mr. White, who reported practically a 100 per cent sign-up for the new season. Preliminary to the harvest, growers met this morning at the H. H. Seapy grove on E. End avenue, between Riverside drive and Walnut street, where talks were made by A. M. Boyce, Riverside experiment station specialist, on Walnut Husk Fly Situation; by O. I Braucher, of the C. W. G. A. experiment station on "Use of Water by Walnut Trees," and by H. J. Wilder, San Bernardino county farm advisor, on "Water Distribution." This afternoon, the Joint group of Los Angeles and San Bernardino county growers were to meet again at the Pomona grove of R. V. Roun tree, Towne and Lexington avenues, where W. B. Hooper, walnut extension specialist from Riverside, and M. H. Kimball, assistant Los An gelea county farm adblsor, were to speak on "Harvesting." 1st Brethren Body To Gather Garments For Kentucky Needy LA VERNE, Aug. 9 The Woman's Missionary society of the First Brethren church will hold an all-day meeting Thursday at the church. A new bag for the mission at Krypton, Ky., Is to be filled and the women are requested to bring out grown clothing. Mrs. A. L. Montz will have charge of the missionary program. Sunday evening the Rev. A. L. Lynn began his "A-B-C" series of Bible lessons for the young people's Christian Endeavor society. The church choir will not meet fr practice Wednesday evening. MUTUAL LOAN ASSOCIATION J?, ST. -NORTH- ir still brings rewards. 12,000 Pomona Mutual clients HAVE PROVED THAT WITH THREE THRIFT RECORDS, SAFELY HELD. There is no smug, self-satisfied bragging in the steady saving of 39 years of Pomona Mutual history. The rudiments and practices of sound first-trust, deed-investments, with monthly payments INCREASING SECURITY STILL STAND THE TESTS OF COMMON-SENSE SAFETY. J. F. LOBINGIER. Vice President L. L. LORTUTTER Chairman of tha Board J. F. LORINGTER Vic President E. ALVA LAWRENCE Assistant Secretary DIRECTORS L. D. WALLENSTEIN TOM J. BROWNR1GO wm. w. mcmullen BRICE J. KINO WALTER M. AVIS Expression From Citizens Sought . On Closing Plan CHINO, Aug. 9r An expression of opinion on the desire of the Southern Pacific company to close it Chino depot from November to July, inclusive, of each year, will bs sought tonight at a meeting of representative citizens at 7:30 oclock at tha court room in tha city hall. The meeting was called by the Chino center of the San Bernardino county farm bureau, upon advice of J. J. Deuel, legal advisor for the law and utilitiea department of the California farm bureau federation. -.A. Brothers Bound Over To Superior Court At Hearing in Covina SAN DIMAS, Aug. 9 Brought before Judge Thomas Heed In Covina Justice court, Ray and Leo Greve, Los Angeles brothers, were bound over to superior court yesterday after preliminary hearing, to await trial on charges of highway robbery. Sheriffs officers returned them to the county JalL Investigator H. W. Stevens of the San Dimas substation, who participated In Investigations leading up to their connection with an alleged holdup. July 23, on Arrow highway west of Baldwin Park, represented the San Dimas office at the hearing. The Los Angeles men were arrested by State Motor Patrol Officer Dachsteiner vrhen his suspicions were aroused by their partlallly obscured license plates. The men were taken Into the Temple City substation shortly after Crls D. Antonaldls and his woman companion, both of Los Angeles, reported to the San Dimas substation that they had been held up and robbed of some 3100. According to reports of San Dimas sheriffs officers, the alleged holdup victims Identified the Los Angeles men as the bandits, and the money was recovered on the person and In the auto of the Greves brothers. SAN DIMAS 4 4 4 MRS. HAYDEN JONES Correspondent Phone 2352 SAN DIMAS, Aug. 9. Mies Helen Pierce of Redlands Is spending two weeks as guest of Mrs. Wallace Downs, and has been attending the Olymplo games. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. King, with their houseguest, Mrs. Lauretta Easterday, attended the Olympic football game last evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Brainsrd of Glendale were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Little. Their daughter, Doris, who has been spending the week at the Little home returned home with them. Mrs. C. F. McLean, who has been in falling health for the past month, was taken recently to the Pomona Valley Community hospital Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McMoran of Hollywood and Mrs. Ruth Everhart of Pomeroy, Wash., were visitors Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Dale. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Tweed and three children of Phoenix, Ariz., are spending several weeks at the home of Mrs. Tweeds parents, the Rev. and Mrs. E. D. Raley. Dr. Tweed has been attending the Olympic games each afternoon. Mrs. J. D. Brewer, who has been In the hospital for four weeks recovering from a serious operaUon, was brought home a few days ago. Mrs. Brewer Is a sister-tn-law of Fred Kolier. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Reedy and sons. Gale, Dick and Donald, with Joe KamakI, will go down to Newport Thursday to remain over Sunday. Mrs. Reedy's mother, Mrs. C. C. Heacock of Baldwin Park, will stay at the Reedy home while they are away. The Misses Adella and Hazel Hayes were guests over the weekend of the Misses Carol and Barbara Holmes of Alhambra. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar K. Freeman and son. Burton, spent Saturday and Sunday at Huntington Beach. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Brwestar re-turned home Monday evening from several days trip to Yosemlte valley Mrs. J. W. Morrison received word Monday of the death of her brother, James H. Scott, In Forest River, N. Dak. Mr. end Mr. A. C. Slykhoue, with Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Russell of Pomona, were guests Friday of Mrs. II. P. Banks and daughter, Mrs. R. Starbuck In Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Slykhous and Miss Esperanee Slyk-hous, with their houseguest, R. C. Thompson of Los Angeles, spent Sunday at Alamltos bay. Mr. and Mrt. E. A. Montgomery, who have been spending part of the summer In their cabin at Arrowhead. are spending this week at home but will return the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thurman, with Mrs. E. A. Montgomery, spent Sunday at the beaches. Tha Epworth leaguers of tha Pomona sub-district, which Includes nine churches, will have a supper outing Thursday evening at San Dimas canyon park. There will be a party Wednesday evening for members and friends of the Methodist church, Among those from San Dimas who attended the Olympic games on Sunday were Dr. S. D. Thoma- on, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Johnstone, Executive Board at David, Margaret Home Limiting Admissions This Term LA VERNE, Aug. 9 The executive board of the David and Margaret home met Monday afternoon to canvass entrance applications and consider ways and means of making of ends meet financially." There are 77 In the home at present and more will be admitted when funds are available to support them. It was decided. Mrs. J. N. Hartley of Pasadena presided as president of the board. Others present were Mrs. L. F. Sedgwick, conference president; Mrs. W. C. Mervln of Covina, conference secretary; Mrs. J. S. Armstrong and Mrs. Amy Huntoon of Ontario, Mrs. W. T. Butterfield of Chino, Mrs. G. F. Ayres of Pomona, Mrs. C. E. D. Ballou and Miss Ora Silvey of La Verne. The committee reported that the health of the children in the home Is good and that a number of pleasant outings were enjoyed during the summer. Margaret Lolhker , Ray Stanton Avery United in Marriage CLAREMONT, Aug. 9. Announcement has been received of the wedding of Miss Margaret Lolhker of Pasadena and Ray Stan ton Avery of Los Angeles on Saturday, August 6. The service was read by Rev. Rubin H. Hartley, great uncle of the bride and father of Prof. Walter E. Hartley, head of the department of music at Occidental college and for some time organist at Pomona college. The ceremony was performed at twilight Saturday, In the presence of relatives and Intimate friends, The bride was gowned In soft white satin, and carried a bouquet of bride's roses and pale pink sweet peas. She was attended by Miss Edith Nelson, as maid of honor, Miss Nelson, who attended Pomona college with the bride, wore light pink crepe silk and carried pink bridesmaids roses with sweet peas. Samuel McElfresh, cousin of the bridegroom, served as best man. Both Mr. and Mrs. Avery are graduates of Pomona college, both having high scholastic honors. The bride is the daughter of William A. Lohlker and the late Mrs. Lohlker, and has made her home with her grandmother, Mrs. Charles Hughes, for some time. Mr, Avery, whose brother Perry Avery, Is also a graduate of Pomona college. Is a member of Kappa Theta Epsilon fraternity, and was a member of the Oriental study expedition, a group of ten young men from Pomona college who spent & year in the Orient. Mr. and Mrs. Avery will make their home In Los Angeles. Loring Returns for Brief Summer Visit CLAREMONT. Aug. 9 Hubert Loring, who has been doing advanced study In the field of chemistry at the University of Illinois, arrived at the home of his aunt. Miss Lucy M. Loring, 135 W. I2th street on Sunday night, for a brief visit. He Is engaged to spend the year In Washington, D. C., as assistant to his professor from Illinois, who will be in Washington for the year. Mr. Loring graduated from Pomona college In 1928. He Is also a graduate of the Claremont high school NAROD, Aug. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. McCracken of Central avenue were members of a party of six last Sunday celebrating their wedding anniversaries at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Proctor In Los Angeles. The two other couples were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ford and Mr. and Mrs. Proctor. Mr. and Mrs. McCracken returned yesterday afternoon after spending Sunday night at the home of her sister, Mrs. A J. Ford. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brubaker of Benson street returned Monday from a week-end visit with their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sleek of Los Angeles, who returned Friday from a months motor trip to the Atlantic coast, with stops at Chicago, St. Paul and other places of Interest. Bernice Brubaker of Lo Angeles Is expected today for a few days visit with her sister, Mrs. Robert StenBgaard of Ramona avenue. Mr. and Mra. L. M. Gaga and two children, Betty and Loren, with Mrs. Bessie Walters who has been visiting at their home for the past two weeks, motored to San Diego last Sunday to spend the afternoon with Mrs. Walters son, Bruce Wal ters. The return trip was made thru Vista where Mrs. Walters will visit with a friend. Mr, and Mrs. G. L. Couch of Fre mont street entertained Saturday evening with a dinner In honor of their son Elvas birthday. Guests were Miss Myrtle Jones of Covina and Mr. and Mrs. Babe Manners of Ontario. Later In the evening Mr. and Mrs. George Towne, Evelyn, Phyllie and Georgia Rose visited at the home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chick spent Saturday evening at Santa Ana re turning Sunday evening via Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Marchant, and Mr. Spear, Miss Dorothy Maechtlen, Jacob Maechtlen, Peter SomfeMt, Mrs. Wallace Downs and Miss Helen Pierce. GOLDEN WEDDING BELLS RING 4 4 4 Claremonters Hosts to Many Friends CLAREMONT, Aug. 9. Dr. and Mrs. John Howland of 238 W. 7th street, were to be at home to their many friends this afternoon till 6 oclock and this evening between 8 and 10 oclock, In honor of their Golden Wedding anniversary. Dr. and Mra Howland have lived In Claremont since November, 1927, coming here from a lifetime service In Mexico. They were married on August 9, 1882, In Danlelsonvtlle, Conn., birthplace of the bride, Sarah Brewster Challar. The Rev. James Dlngwell, well known In the denomination, performed the ceremony. Dr. John Howland, whose forebearer of the same name was In the group who came to America In the Mayflower, was born of missionary parents In the Island of Ceylon, In 1845. Going at once to Guadalajara, Mexico, after their marriage, they served under the American board, residing for 45 years In thrt country. More than 30 years were spent in Guadalajara, where Dr. Howland and Dr. A. C. Wright, also now of this city, were at the head of the Coleglo Internaclonal. In that city Dr. Howland published a weekly newspaper In the Spanish language, sThe Witness," and was well known for his distinguished work In this field also. Later Dr. Howland was called to Mexico City to be at the head of the Theological Seminary, founded as a Union seminary. For a time, after Dr. Howland's retirement from the Coleglo Internaclonal, his son-in-law, Prof. Leavitt O. Wright served as principal. Chinoan Painfully Injured When Hit By Anaheim Auto CHINO, Aug. 9. Alfred R. Brown received painful Injuries Monday afternoon, when he was struck by a car driven by Chas. W. Stenlnger of Anaheim, while crossing the street near the corner of Riverside drive and Cypress avenue. The front left fender of the car struck Mr. Brown In the back of the neck, cutting quite a gash which required several stitches. He also received a severely bruised leg, a strained back, and Is suffering from shock. He was treated by Dr. E. A. Sommers. Greetings Continue To Arrive for Pair Wedded Fifty Years LA VERNE, Aug. 9 The malls continued today to bring golden wedding anniversary greeting cards to Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Frantz from their former home In Sterling, III., and from friends In California. Sunday noon they entertained at dinner Mr. and Mrs. Frank Darst and his mother, Mrs. Lavlna Yendes, all of Pasadena, and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Butterbaugb and children, Fred and Theda. The Pasadena visitors presented the honored couple with a large gilded basket filled with summer blossoms. The only regret of the couple is that their son, Elmer, and his wife of Orville, Wash, and their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Posey and daughter, Ethel Fern, of Sterling, 111, could not share In the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Frantz of Illinois sent another poem dedicated to the golden wedding honorees. Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Frantz came to La Verne some five years ago. CHINO 4 4 4 MRS. C. A. HEDRICK Correspondent Telephone 3272 CHINO, Aug. 9 Homer Rankin and Alan Hamhaust, both of Ohio, are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Grogan of 9th street Sunday afternoon, Mr. Rankin, Mr. Hamhaust and Miss Bessie Grogan visited at the home of Mrs. L. B. Thompson of Glendale. Mrs. R. L Bristol of Whittier spent Monday at the Grogan home. Mrs. Stafford Willard antertain ed with a party in the park Saturday afternoon, celebrating the birthday of her son, George. Games were enjoyed after which refreshments were served. Mrs. M. L. Birnie went to Laguna beach today to spend a week with her daughter, Mrs. H. G. Swanson. Word has been received of the death of Robert A Thiel a former resident of Chino, at the Sawtelle veterans hospital Funeral arrange ments, in charge of Delmar-Smith mortuary, 1716 Washington avenue Los Angeles, are to be announced later. Mies Josephine Sholander I spending the week with friends in Los Angeles. Miss Annis Crabb has returned to Los Angeles until Thursday when she will return home to spend the remaining part of the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C Crabb. SON BORN TO WHITES CLAREMONT, Aug. 9 A son. James Herbert, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. White of 722 In dlan Hill boulevard yesterday morn lng at 1:55 oclock. The infant weighed eight pounds and six ounces. Mr. White Is a member of the local postoffice staff and of the Keith Powell post, American Legion, Mrs. White (Mary E. Poeton) Is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Jo-slah Poeton of this city. Both mother and father are graduates of Pomona college. They have one daughter, Virginia, 5, and another sun, Robert, 3, Dr. and Mrs. Howland's three daughters are graduates of Mt. Holyoke college. Mrs. Walter Clyde Taylor (Barbara Howland), with Mr. Taylor and their four children, Robert, John Howland, Walter Jr, and Theodore, live In Mexico City, where Mr. Taylor Is secretary of the Y. M. C. A. Their son, Theodore, Is In Claremont with his mother, and Robert has Just completed his first year at Whittier college. Another daughter, Mrs. John Hubbard Ward (Bertha Howland), makes her home In North Carolina. She served for three years In Mrs. Gulicks school in Spain and has lived In Chill, Brazil Cuba and other countries. Mrs. Ward was unable to come to Claremont for the celebration of the golden wedding. A third daughter, Marionlta, grew up In Guadalajara and married Leavitt O. Wright, son of the Rov. and Mrs. A. C. Wright, their coworkers In Mexico. Mr. Wright was teacher of Spanish at Pomona college, before he was secured to teach at the University of Oregon at Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. Wright are In Claremont for the wedding day; altho their children, Anne and Jack, remained In the north. Dr. and Mrs. Howland are esteemed members of Everybody's class, and Mrs. Howland has been hostess for several years to the literature section of the Woman's club, of which Mrs. Raymond C. Brooks Is curator. Many telegrams from their friends In Mexico as well as In this country, have been received, as well as many flowers In tribute to the couple. LEAGUE GIVES Case of Suspense to Be Presented as Benefit For Institute Fund LA VERNE, Aug. 9 The Epworth league of the Methodist church will present Its play, "A Case of Suspense," In the Methodist church lodge this evening at 8 oclock. The cast la as follows: Three college fellows. WUbur McClellan Frederick Willis and Elvis Wa-mock- Three college girls, Misses Ethel Glenn, Luclle Boly and Margaret Powell College professor, William Willis; dean of girls, Fern Rule; maid, Clara May Ballou; Janitor, Virgil Kolier. George Rule Is serving as stage manager. A silver offering will be lifted for expenses of the League's Pacific Palisades Institute, to he held Aug. 20-27. A potluck dinner in the church dining room at 6:30 o'clock will precede the presentation. Monte Vista MONTE .VISTA, .Aug. -9. Mr. Grant Holloway and Mrs. Otto Rig-gle were hostesses to a party of young people Saturday at Ganesha park. The afternoon was spent hiking and swimming. Supper was enjoyed at the Camp Fire girls fireplace. Among the group were Harriet and Alberta Halloway, Gertrude Jean Rlggle, Pauline Dohm, Faye Naftel, Evelyn Towne, and Margaret Plodder. Mr. and Mrs. Lao J. Edeibrock and son, Jimmy, visited at Huntington beach Sunday. Mrs. Arthur E. Pratt Is expected to return next Sunday from a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Addie Woodard, at Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reeder of Holt avenue spent Sunday at Long Beach. Mr. and Mr. J. L. Whltham of Monte Vista avenue drove to Los Angeles Sunday to hear their former pastor, Louis Evans, preach his last vacation sermon before returning to his pastorate at Pittsburgh, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Swsyne and two children of Fremont and Orchard streets spent Sunday at Newport beach. They enjoyed a week at Big Pines a short time ago. J. C. Reeder with his son, Ted Reeder, and grandchildren, Pauline, Clarence, Glenn and Marjorie Reeder, enjoyed a visit to Crystal lake Sunday, returning via San Gabriel canyon. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Riggle and family entertained Sunday at a family dinner at their home on Ramona avenue. Guests were Mrs. Pearl Dugan and son, Bernard, of Los Angeles and Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Golder of Pomona. Mr. and Mrs. Riggle, Gertrude Jean and David were present one day last week at the birthday celebration of little three-year-old Larry McMillan at the home of his rarents, Mr. and Mrs. Hesper McMlil&n In Pasadena. Lee Westlake ie spending today at one of the beaches. His work at the oil station on Holt avenue Is being taken by his brother, Earl Westlake of San Dimas. DEBT WORRIED? We'll Help You With a QUICK LOAN You Repay Us Monthly Confidential Legal Rates METROPOLITAN FINANCE C0RP. THIRD and CAREY PHONE 1131 POMONA Serving You from the Same Corner for S Yeara Coroner's Jury At Upland Exonerates Bob Strehle In Cyclists Death UPLAND, Aug. 9 Robert L. Ptrehle, Pomona college track mentor, was cleared of all blame yesterday at a comers inquest Into the death of Clifford Collins, 19-year-old Alta Loma school boy, who died Sunday afternoon from a fractured skull received when he was thrown from the rear seat of a motorcycle driven by John Comettl also of Alta Loma. Coach Strehle was driving a light sedan and trailer west on the newly-routed Arrow highway In Upland, when the motorcycle crossed the Grove street Intersection. Comettl received scalp and arm wounds but was not seriously Injured. He was taken home within a short time. In exonerating the Pomona college coach, it was brought out at the Inquest that signs, ordered to be placed on the boulevard by the county board of supervisors, had not yet been delivered. Officer C. S. Lehman, who Investigated the tragedy was one of the wltnessea called by E. P. Doyle, deputy eoro-ner. Funeral services for young Collins were to be held today at 3:30 o'clock from the J. B. Draper chapel with Interment to follow In Bellevue cemetery. Besides his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Collins, the youth la survived by two brothers, Guy and Herbert, at home, and a sister, Mrs, Fred Williams of Loa Angeles. , LA VERNE 4 4 4 MRS. J. L. MILLER Correspondent Phone 2373 LA VERNE, Aug. 9 George H. Bell principal of Bonita union high school leased Mrs. Lillie Price's home on Lincoln avenue yesterday and with his wife and six children will move here from Glendora within the next few weeks. Mr, and Mrs. J. J. Breuech and children, Rulln and Ena, went to Los Angeles Sunday and attended the Olymplo games. Raymond Mahoney, David Kreps and Robert Dove attended the Olympics In Los Angelea a few days ago. Mr, and Mrt. Roy Ooutt entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. Doutt, Miss Irene Doutt and Mr. and Mrs. Esta. Rager, In honor of the birthday of their daughter, Ruth, and of her aunt, Mrs. Rager. Mr. and Mrs. Amzi Swank and son, Richard, of Fullerton were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Steves Sunday. The First Brethren church bulletin of Sunday, August 7, expressed the gratitude to Mrs. J. A. McClellan for the coffee she made for the Sunday school picnlo Thursday evening In San DImaa canyon park. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Weaver and daughter, Byri, and Mlsa Viva Strayer have gone to the Weaver cottage, near Malibu beach, for & week's vacation. They are expected home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shupa of San Francisco called at the home of their tfticle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Bailey, early Monday morning on their way to Big Bear. Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Rentberger visited their son, Gorman Rena-berger, and wife in Santa Ana Sunday. Misses Elizabeth Lehman and lla Brownsberger are spending a couple of days at Long Beach. Teachers cf the primary department of the Church of the Brethren will meet In the church prayer room this evening at 6 oclock to complete arrangements for the demonstration program Wednesday evening at 7:30 oclock. Primary department children have been Invited to be present for the first half hour, to make the demonstration possible. Mr. and Mra. J. C. Strayer and daughter, Floy, spent the week-end at Ventura. Bruce Bell left Sunday for Alabama where he will take special work In the state university the next school year. His brother, Boyd Bell has Just returned home from a trip to Yosemlte valley. Both are sons of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bell . Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crew and family entertained at dinner Sunday for the Rev. Herbert Tay and wife and son, Paul of the Voorhls school. Bernice Crow accompanied (Continued en Pzae 6, This Section) Farm Bureau Insurance Saves You 25 to 50 a Year Phone O. G. Brickbauer Pomona 2583 A. R. Brown Chine 6162

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