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Covina Argus Citizen (Newspaper) - July 14, 1933, Covina, California the ifloat interesting fiver seen by Covina one chatnpion defeated 86 iWttOn match held Tues Covina park by trast to oonserva play was work of the two Miss relied and ot her racquet for who was none the less showed amazing power in her volley and net smashing the ball at her op unexpected Following the one set of both women players teamed with members played two sets mixed Doubles and displayed excellent Playing Gates again turned in a brilliant and beat Miss Tennant in both 62 and In second set of the u Miss and Caxlton Fear and were tied in igaueVby their making it five Taking the next and took the set after a iclbse match between 300 and 250 watched the pleased at the exhibition which championship tennis to th local covina Club will sponsor a tournament with Pomona on the local courts starting at 10 a and lasting until 6 A hlunber of close matches are ex and Gates will probably George Manager for Stites and Son Eleven years in the tire and rubber the entire time in the same under is the record achieved this month By George Covina manager for Stites and Goodrich x Members Recreation Day The popular young Covina busi ness man began work on July for who owned the business at that After operating here for several Johnson sold out to the firm of Stites and and Ross con tinued as During the past five the company has been known as Stitei and following the third change in and the Oovina shop is managed solely by with other Suites establishments located hi and A recent change gave the full Goodrich dealer for Covina to and Boss said yesterday that the line of tires and accessory 1s making new friends and i of the busi any standard fbe now GoodrichSilver the LifeSaver Golden by overfs Its the talk notable m w see it to John a part Jn and was the cause of roan of laugh eri pa tbe groug of musicians pro ressed down the 9fiss Marjorie Sort as drum her were Carl Kenneth Elton Jack Sandeqi and Jimmy comets Alvin Rosalie Van Elmer Ernest and Robert clarinets Lois Jenner and Vir fifes Wright and Evelyn saxophones John and trombones Gerald sousa phone BB Bass Jfrayne ilgetow and snare drujna and Bobby bass drum and Subject to change with notice and to any state sales tax CnBHRff notice and to any itata ruioanizlngf or new sections nto tires is quickly and easily ac complished by the complete equip ment at the A full line of Goodrich passenger and truck tires is hi al grades and in addition to such items as top flow mate fan tube repair materials and emergency Used taken as tradebis are stocked in nearly every and customers may have old casings retreaded if they desire A window display is carefully or ranged ut regular intervals by Ross and the recent arrangements hav shown the exclusivesafety features of Goodrich accordin to are the safest tires bull Emergency rpad service has long beenoffered patrons by and telephone caU to 31411 will bring a carEquipped to care for proved ast line of Teacher What is the most use ful creature in the world to man kind Boy A Teacher Why Boy We it before ifs born and after its To start something worth while is commendable to finish it is ad It takes persistence and power of endurance to see it but the reward is worth the a Classified ad for 11582 for Completion of the Internationa automobile highway woul connect with the Arctic circle would cost an estimated After 30 years of construction th 70mile with 25 tunnels between Stratford and Taumar has been omciall Let your next advertisement whether a liner or large be placed in The Citizen with results DINING GETS 4UST DESSERT I Bids Opened For Eaton Canyon Dam Offering to do the work at little more than halfthe estimated Mittry of 6631 Downey road submitted a low bid of for the construction on EatonCanyon dam near The ejtjmate The low bid was re vealed Tuesday by County Hood JSnglneer Eaton fol lowuigtthe checking by ii for the which wefe board of super visors it wp requiore a few dayap jo check on all bldftbefore ale will submit a recorn mendaUon to the supervisors for ftwardinj the CARD OF TJHANK8 We desire to thank our many Mends tot the kind ministrations to our time of and many beautiful floral offer ings and ether Ethel Morlan and Country to Hoty Banking Other A COUNTRY banker recently prepared the following slmpli led statement foryhis neighbors on lust how A bank goes about helping them It is the most Important part of a banks business to lend Of all the money deposited in a the law requires that a pertain per centage be kept on hand as a re serve to meet the demands of de It Is the business of Its to lend the balance con servatively and The loans of a properly managed bank are Invariably made to those It believes are able to and always on condition that they be re paid at a stipulated The promise of an Individual to repay a loan to a bank on a certain date la as sacredly inviolable as the promise of a bank to repay Its de posltors on In tbe case of a certificate of on tht date it falls It comes t be known of an Individual thai tu always his credit Is estab llghed and his bank ts always gla to extend him needed accommoda A well managed bank never cayl That Is it doe not place Its loans In fixed but puts them where they are to be used or temporary requirements and where they will be taken up al the time How i Bank Lends It Is not the function of a bank to become a partner in Industries nor could it be legitimately done with the money of Its loans must be kept In liquid repayable in cash at stated A bank mustuse the greatest discrimination In making A stranger cannot expect accommoda It Is customary for the bor rower to make a statement of his which Is kept In the banks It Is a punish able offense to make a false state ment for the purpose of borrowing In their dealing with the regular depositors of the Its officers become well acquainted with their characters and their re sources and are thus in a position to determine large a line of credit each one Is ntitled That of the great advantages of Prospects Grow Rosy for Orange Marketing Plan California Leaders to Leave Soon for Conference of Nations Fruit Men The plan to have a federal co ordinator for the nationally unified citrus industry met the approval Tuesday of California citrus ex change who comprise the Valencia stabilization board at a second meeting on the national con trol Expressing the belief that California growers as a whole would support the move through action of their various manketine tbe committeemen appointed Teague and Paul Armstrong of the California Fruit Growers exchange to head the Cal ifornia delegation on the proposed Teague and Armstrong will lead California group which will go east for a conference with leading citrus heads from other states pro ducing and grape The meeting will be held in next July when further details of the national market control plan wlU be worked If the plan goes accord ing to Covina citrus the re sult will be a Stabilization effect on the citrus fruit shipments of the entire resulting in con stantly even with a splen did opportunity to keep shipments down to capacity thus regulate prices in order than is possible even with all California fruit under J MAIL SERVICE Clients of these Banks have uaed to a large when it haa venient to come to our office in person Mail is handled promptly j iJ 1A First National Bank of Covina MEMBER FBDEBAIi RESERVE moneylh which to make tjiore money through legitimate eii Is the borrower whom the bank is looking the frank Interchange of opinion and a discussion of various the borrower Is often guided and helped by his In order to procure a line of credit at a bank three things are Important A statement of assets showing a basis of credit In theway of In or collateral of snf flclent value to cover amount of or An endorser whose credit Is at the bank and deposits of a suf rtclentamount to Justify the exten sion of the desired W AS WILL ROGERS SEES IT recently told why the banks had got Into Dont blame It all on the he said When we all needed money they loaned It to when they need ed It we couldnt pay It Lucky Scrap Jelly Chip up pieces of candled you must have at least onehalf cup ful and you use twice that uimuini If you If no candled fruit Is use broken nut meats of small hits of candy or nils or dates stoned and finely cut 2 cuptuIs of lemon or or gelatin Iour the uoiatln Inti ii mold ulhii it is mid be gins In scl add the diced candy WliLMi serving lime turn tin mold dim n ovei Hie serving dish VVrup It ulvh n cloth wriiiiK on ol very Inn tmri the will lull onto the A isarnlsli nl whipped rreiini vi ciiiideimeil mllU whipped makes th lisli prettier child Life M The name of to Petrograd on Sep Petrio January Welding of high speed rotating machinery and high pressure boll fo the metal in a world turned what be more appropriate than SB upside down cake I And If Its mate with luscious discs of canned wet in a caramel browned to a golden if 8 enough to right the appe tites of any And tbe pineapple upside down cake has much more than its mere golden goodness and simplicity of preparation to recommend It Now that nutritional studies have found canned to be a source of essential vitamins and min an Important aid to nousewives and hostesses are seek lyg new ways of Including pineapple In some way on POIBUUPJPUD UPSIDE DOWN OAKB ft cupful of but 5i cupful of 1 onpfal ot t of H ou l of pe In per Melt the butter In a wide pan or skillet Add the ilia trlbuting it Lay the plneap dates and pecans in this sugar and place a cherry In each pineapple Then prepare the Sponge SPONGES PART i egg 1 ot trr cupful of iugw trate baking ft capful of flour powder H of salt H of lem on extract Beat the egg yolks until light nud Gradually add the sugar which has been Fold in the beaten whites of 2 the und suit together 8 and fold into HIP the beaten of the other 2 eggs and arid the flu Pour over the pinenpple mix ture bake a niodernte oven 8scLdegreei BPtU In the pan for S njlnutes before the cake out upside Size of the Stars How Inrjjr arc tin1 si urn Io tin nviniKf iiidivldiinl tliiit him1 tu coinpreliciiil Inn Ir IM win H fiiniimF liilnd iislriiiiiimf It liild galvcp tin problem Tim sun lie niiys I WO HIM times na Inrjje us the enrth and yel sonic huge slurs nre forty mil lion times Inrger than the Let not your heart be troubled believe In believe also in In Fathers bouse axe many mansions if it were not I would have told you for go to prepare a place for 14 The capacity of receiving pleasure from common things is one of the secrets of a happy Dont be Citizen will get results superior to any other medium in this CHARLIES INN Just Around The Badfflo LUNCH SERVE BEER Tfe Covina Valley Savings Bank Chartered By The State of California Gods Moment Value of the Colleges physical properties and en dowments of of higher education in the United States valued at over Endowments alone aggre gate over Thirty col leges and universities hare endow meats that average Eleven out ot the 30 have endow raents that average A very few of them have endowments ot over The an nual operating income of Institu tions of higher learning amounts to over Gifts to them In a single year have reached a total of PAINLESS DENTIST Pyorrhea So Extractions Gas Extractions XRay Entire Cleaning painless There have been eggs counted in the body of a cod in a sturgeon and in a PLATE Double Snetton Plates in All Work Done Plates Repaired 1 CASH FOR Uadar Clact Telephone A fraternal benefit official dictat ing a letter to an applicant for a certificate loan was hi doubt as to use of a certain sot he said to the stenographer Do you retire a loan She answered with a yawn I sleep with Regardless of cash value of your old when It is loaded vup with the wife and say nothing of is just about the moatvaluable cargo in all the So be STUDEBAKER HAS BIGGEST JUNE SALES SINCE 1930 Surpasses remarkable gains made in April and May r T K k QtBNSATIONAL gains in sales have O continued to mark the progress of Studebaker ever since early Just look at the Studebaker sales for April exceeded March by May sales lurpassed And now come the startling June figures which show not only a 14756 increase over March but a substantial gain over any June in Studebaker his tory since 19301 Public after is the final proof of the worth of any And public demand for the new Automatic Studebakers and the sen sational Studebakerbuilt Rockne took on new proportions immediately fol lowing the 500mile Indianapolis Speedway race on Memorial In that recordbreaking 7 of the first 12 winners were Studebaker pow ered including a fivecar team of 85 stock Studebakers which out lasted 28 of Americas fastest racing cars and went through the entire con test without a single repair Studebaker engineering was never so Studebaker manufactur ing were never so Studebaker workmanship was never so exacting as today when this 81year old institution quickens its pace of 70 millions of net assets and stronger public confidence than it has ever known The Studebaker or Rockne that you buy preinfiation prices still hi the best motor car value that Studebaker has ever Prove it to your own now for a dem onstration drivel ELSBERY Studebaker Rockne Pierce Arrow Trucks COVINA POMONA ONTARIO UUI1DER OF CHAMPIONS OF VV
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