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   Covina Argus Citizen (Newspaper) - July 14, 1933, Covina, California                                JULY and Jimmy Bamella and son of Puente en tertained over the at their Laguna Beach and Barney Dial of and Fred Compton and Elma Jean and Naomi of Baldwin Park Theatre July 1415 JOAN CRAWFORD and GARY COOPER in TodayWe Live Tuesday July 161718 International House with 13 Big Radio Stars ALSO Charlie Chaplin in I The Pawnshop 1920 IRENE DUNN In Silver Cord WEDNESDAY ONLY RACE NITE Lots of Plenty of Ex Loads of Gifts Sa July 2122 Song of the Eagle SATDRDAYNITE ONLY BaerSchmeling FIGHT ON THE SCREEN Extra Heavy Construction Low Prices on Summer Furn CALL for good laundry and dry cleaning service BALDWIN PARK LAUNDRY 125 Main Street Daring Sex Theme in Temple Drake at Azusa Theatre Starring Miriam who be came an overnight success through her success in Doctor Jeykell and Hyde a daring sex The Story of Temple Drake will play at the Azusa State theatre tonight Termed a unit stage the Halprin Paramount studios hi Hollywood will be featured in a stage attraction Saturday night with Zane Greys Sunset Pass which stars Randolph Scott and Tom DREDGE ANNOUNCES NEW FOOD CENTER Continued from Page 1 The same policy of handling only guaranteed merchandise will be fol lowed in all Dredge said and the larger portion of the vegetables sold will be brought directly from Los Angeles Cen tral Produce and hauled here by We have plenty of with the largest market in the and are handling only the very highest type of goods in all four depart Dredge said Of course we have our own right in the and will con Honoree Gets Word of Shower Gift as Messenger Knocks A surprise tendered by the women of the for Miss Gladys was held at the home of the honorees and Wilson Hall of Cypress avenue Wednesday when the tobe was presented with a beautiful waffle iron by the During the which was spent at a messenger called at the Hall bearing a verse which directed Miss Hall to the which was concealed in the Today We Live latest picture of fty to all cake in n Joan and Gary Cooper will run for three days starting Sun day and College latest Paramount musical comedy will open Wednesday for a three day MAYOR MAXFIELD TELLS ATTITUDE Continued from 1 add that in a if the time should come that those elected to cfflce shall so far forget themselves as to override the sentiment of the a democracy no longer exists but an oligarchy of the most despicable Permit me to again state that your Council will make such ad justments and enact such rules and regulations as may be required to properly carry out your will In the order of things in this new Signed tlnue our service in that department Refreshments of ice cream and were served at the close of the and high score at bridge was won by Margaret Miss who graduated from Covina high school last February will marry Edgar of Bald win also a local high school on August The bride elect has been the honoree at sev ral showers and prenuptial social affairs and many others are being tomers who may care to telephone their orders to the and we make a specialty of being able to furnish all of the various kinds of foodstuffs under the new As a means of showing our ap for the patronage granted us in the we are con ducting a grand opening sale this week offering scores of items at very low These will be found in a full page advertisement in another page of this Seven Spend Day With Old Leader AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Tlie regular meeting af the Sunday School lAmerliwui Legion auxiliary was held j at the club house Wednes day when officers were nominated for the coming and Jack Lawrence Hawk and were elected as delegates to the State Convention to be held in Pasadena August with Milton Harold Potter and Cecil as and Wahl have charge of the ticket sale for the elimination contest at the Rose Bowl in the first night Spending Wednesday In LOB An geles at a reunion dinner with who was their Sunday school teacher at Brethren church here from 1000 to a group of seven ladles brought bas ket lunches and stayed through the afternoon in compliment to who celebrated her 77th birthday last As a birth day the group presented her with material for a new and on each of the visitors was given a pretty Those who visited Kuns were Elsie j test between the various American Legion drum bugle Rlley Jones and and the auxiliary drill teams of Covina Walter over the and Is quite an in of the This is a con Larlck of and of El house guests of lng whlch will held the planned in her MARGIN OF 161 VOTES ROUTS RULING The best toothpaste or tooth powder is elbow CLASSIFIED 10 cents a with minimum charge of 25 for first inser 5 cents per line for subsequent insertion of same Count five 5 average words to a includ ing you name and MISCELLANEOUS 75c 40c rough dry or by 514 N First tf WILL Young good char Call Citizen office Itc Have your old mattresses remade like New ones made to All kinds of All work 134 Badlllo Covina 37tf F FOR old budded walnuts in River to exchange for 6room house in Box 52 28tfc FOR SALE THEATRE AZUSA Phone 39531 CHILDREN ADULTS 25c LOOSS 35e Saturday matinee at Sunday continuous from 3 Friday July 14 MIRIAM HOPKINS in The Story of Temple Drake Saturday July 15 Zane Greys Sunset Pass with Randolph Scott and TOM KEENE A Unit Stage Presentation From ifhe Halprin Paramount Studios In Hollywood This is not vaudeville Monday Tuesday July 161718 JOAN CRAWFORD and GARY COOPER in Live Friday July 192021 FOR best line of late used cars and trucks we have ever Priced to Call Clippln gerChey FOR RENT FOR furnished 2 large new bed never 257 Italia Also 3 large large 2 garage 301 First Call 269 Italia 392tc FOR furnished cot 2 Telephone 35tfc FOR 121 Third Phone 15688 35tfc Buick Olds Pontiac Sales and Service USE DCAB LIST JULY 14 BUICKS 1931 1931 Buick Coupe 965 1927 Buick Coach 1927 Buick Victoria OTHER MAKES 1931 Studebaker 1929 Dodge 1930 Pontiac 1929 WUlysK 1C29 1930 Plymouth 1928 Dodge 4 1919 Moreland truck 1926 Chrysler Sedan 1924 Chevrolet IRVEN REYNOLDS Phone 11131 Covina Also Frank Albertson in The Pumber and The Lady COMING SOON PEG O MY HEART HEROES FOR SALE Theatre Glendora July 1415 College Humor With Bing Crosby f Jack Oakle Richard Bums Allen Also New Events Selected Subjects July 1617 RUTH CHATTERTON Lilly Turner with GEORGE BRENT also Also News Short Subjects July 1819 The Phantom Broadcast with Ralph Forbes and Vivienne Oeborne Also Selected Subjects July 202122 JOAN CRAWFORD and GARY COOPER in Today We Live Continued from page one jeople of the setting forth the lews of the council which passed he nowrepealed dry This printed In the next indicates that stringent emulations will be invoked on all stablishments retailing the bev Such strict regulation that 10 one shall be offended by laxness r indiscretion on the part of any ealer was the expression used by Mayor Maxfleld in a preliminary ascription of the regulatory or dinance which is to Beer sales permits will be granted the city council at regular meet according to the councils con emplated and require ments for these licenses will be ex ceedingly It is believed hat permits will not be granted to stablishments other than those of highest standing in and 10 person of poor moral character will be allowed to dispense the Only street floor establishments will e authorized no licenses will be granted places within a certain distance of schools and churches The Chief of Police Is to have full sway over the revocation of any and all beer licenses In case terms of the regulatory ordinance are violat and Instructions will be Issued to take away licenses as soon as violations are With the new license problem on their hands It is thought that the council will drop their budget mak ing work temporarily to frame the regulatory and every effort will be made to proceed with the greatest of speed on this Maxfleld Prior to the drawing of ordinance which was repealed yesterday the trustees were generally agreed that no attempt would be made to assess a prohibitive license tax on the sale of and it is believed that this idea will be carried out in the regulatory Cafe and other business who have been selling bser prior to the election may continue to do without it is thot until such time as the code of lation is formed and placed in Almost without the cafe owners trimmed their stocks low and anticipated such decisive victory as they Many had ceased selling the beer several days before when their Federal licenses not caring to buy another six months The fact that Covinas wet mar gin was so decisive will doubtless have a strong effect on other valley cities which are contesting the sale of the which has always maintained a dry stand sim ilar to this city will vote on the question and voters there have eagerly awaited the outcome of the Covina Oh the same day as the Covina the Orange County board of supervisors passed an ordinance permitting the sale of beer in all unincorporated restricting sales within 300 feet of any school and prohibiting the sale to any person under 19 years of The Colton city council will adopt an ordinance Monday nlte to reduce their city beer license fee of a year to in view of the fact that the demand for licenses has fallen off Miss Jean Welch of is a guest this week of her Virginia Kennedy of Puente and Harold entertanled and Floyd Owens of Whittier Sunday A group including and Gordon Evans and Dor Patterson and motored to Newport Beach where they spent the day picnick Miss Naomi Compton of Anaheim is a guest this week of her little Eugene at his home on Pusnte South guesits of thejr This will be the last and meeting before the and and Grant of expected with candidates for various offices at the RETURN FROM TRIP and Barklow and heir two returned Friday vening to their home on Cypress from a motor trip to Myrtle where they visited he formers Sarah ntertalned with Netzley and Glen nd Arthur of Clarence Nottingham and Earl artd Toland of Workman with the formers Thomas Toland of Los and Miss Agnes Toland of spent the week nd at Laguna Iva Jackson and Edna Battersby of the Kum Join Us Sunday school lass of the Christian are his week attending at the Pacific at Santa and George re turned Sunday from a trip to Grants and Goodell were guests of and Pehrensen of Los BLACK SCALE IS MOST FEARED Continued rrom page one dltlon in regard to moisture before either spraying or fumigating opera tions were Thomason Figures quoted by inspector for the bureau of chem Istery at the state department of showed that 163 dif ferent brands of commercial citrus spray materials were offered to growers this Bender declared that the department of agriculture annually published a chart showing the analysis of every spray oil offer ed for sale on the open market showing every Ingredient used in the and that this infor mation could be secured without charge by writing to the state de Tank mixed sprays delivered re suits comparable with any other emulsion process used In formin according to JProfesso Ralph entomoUgist at the Riverside experiment station of th University of Some ex cellent results secured by the use of tank mix materials were reported assistant farm ad visor for this district was In charg of the which was sponsorec by the Agricultural Extension ser vice of the University of Californi as one of the long series of pes control conferences which are being held all through Southern California as an aid to citrus and Miller were among guests entertained at a din ner party Sunday at the home of and Churlea Starr of Los Thursday evening and Miller attended a din ner party at the home of and John Horton of Beverly MOTHER MOVES TO COVINA AS CONNIE DUNN BECOMES ILL Planning to care for her daughte Miss Connie who has been ill for the past several Stock of will make her home with Miss Dunn at 11 San Jose street until she has re She arrived here late las Miss Mildred Hurt is taking Miss Dunns place at Wards Drug store during the latters enforced absence POSTAL RECEIPTS MAKE GOOD GAIN Continued from Page 1 completed by Nye and he gav out the following quarterly business 1 to June 30 1933 1 to June 1932 Net increase Every business man and individual should realize the advantage of trading at his own postoffice Ny Postal service in your dt will be just as good as you make 1 The more business we the more men we can giving yov better mailing and delivery service and Wilson of Sap terestlng and colorful entertain and open to the Next Monday the Covina unit will be hostess at the 18th district meet Mae spent Tuesday in CWorge Wheat Warner accompanied by her three arrived and Richard motored to from and wiltopend Hermosa where the boys the summer at the home of sber spent the day and Carl Wheat visited at the home of her of Puente who is on a trip Sarah V club Laura Smithson of district other in Clias Barklow wjho and Burrls and of West Covina spent Sunday afternoon in Los at the home of and Chester Burrls and and Hugh son and their granddaughter Joan were dinner guests Thursday of and Raymond 3rouse of and Ed Chambers and with Bobby and Jimmy Howard as left Saturday for Big Bear where they spent several Barklow and luding is well known in They also Isited Barklows nd Reefe at Charlie Booth left Monday with group of boys to spend ten days t the camp at Jenks Helms and two child en qf Italia spent last week t their Laguna Beach and Bqn and George SimeonoS and Mtos Navenka returned home from a weeks vacation on the spent in the Thorpe cabin at Snow Several trips were made to Palm Springs and Devils Miss Dolores was a guest several days this of Miss Vir glinia Milne of and Elmer vis ited friends In Los Sun Henry Hege and daughte Ajnlta of Los were weekend guests of Walter Heg and Alice DeForest o Puente Kendall and daughter were guests Sunday of Mr Kendalls Emma Madi and Mary Barn aby of Long Miss Dorothy returnee home Wednesday evening from Bal boa where she spent tw as a guest of Hil mer and of Los and Hollis Barnett an daughter of were Sunda evening guests of and Bisbee of Orange street and Will wer Sunday afternoon callers of K Shlvely and daughter Leona of La and Jones of Cy press were among guests entertained at the horn of their Jones and Mrs Jones of and Herbert Pearson of wore guests Saturda evening of the tetters Mr and Larmer of Sunset Sunday afternoon callers of Mr and Pltzer of Lark Ellen boulevard and Ralp Wright of El and an Pitzeiof and Gibson and Rosalie Van Cleve an Henry Van motored Huntlngton Beach and Long Beac where they spent the after CHRISTIAN CHURCH Francis Minister Arant speaks at on Why Do We Observe The Lords Supper Every Sunday Special If you are not attending ome Sunday school you are Four asseblles and care ully graded Ben Union evening ser vice at Free Methodist church 215 Second street Danis Bakery HEALTH FOODS DAIRY PRODUCTS 134 Citrus FR1DAYSATURDAY Phone 10692 in your 24c Pure our own 30c We also make mayonnaise while you waitf to yQur taste BREAD 3 SOUR DOUGH FBiENCHBREAD AND RUSSIAN RYE 15 Different Varietiea of Fresh DRIED FRUITS 55c LACTOS DEXTRIN PSYLUUMSEED BIack24c Blonde20c 12c CUPCAKES 15c Roasting Meats at Anytime RED WHITE Good Food Values for The WeekEnd July 14I5th Sugar Pure Granulated With purchase of can Red White Baking Powder for 9c SLICED Pineapple Table Queen Matched Slices 2 can lOc Raisin Bars Sunshine Wholesome lOc Flakes Rice or BranRed White For summer Breakfasts Package 5c CANNING TIME IS HERE BALL For Sure bottle JAR Double 3 dozm XOc FRUIT Kerr Type dozen FRUIT Kerr Type dozen KERR Regular KERR SELECT YOURS WITH A CHECK PI Sliced or Table Queen 2 can Table Queen 2 can 2 for 17c or Fancy Bartle ts R MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE pound can 27c package Red White or Big Package with Spout for 15e CAKE Red FOR THE THRIFTY Any 3 VIOORAJU Dog A TOMATO 8 cans 15e DEVttED Red Seal 8 cans lOc Absco Early 8 Table QueenSiloed 2tt tm 28c f1 Red White or All 3 tall cans 17c H SWEET Table Jar 880 H INSTANT tip Fancy Patent sack 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