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   Covina Argus Citizen (Newspaper) - July 14, 1933, Covina, California                                h I i i i CALtfrOftNtAy FIVES Overture of Ray Horns Will be Played at Bowl The American Overture com posed by Roy son of and Harris of who has been recognized as one of the Roy Harris Composer most successful of contemporary will be played at the Hollywood Bowl concert tomorrow Nicnolas assistant con ductor of the f aimed Boston Symp hony Orchestra will wield the baton during the Saturday Harris She and her husband will accompany a party of friends to the concert tomorrow and Edward Morrow of Cypress are visiting a few days this week at with the formers Elmer Mor who is spending the summer at the beach in an effort to improve his Irven Reynolds and child ren returned home the first of the from Balboa where were dinner guests of and Mrs Hoyt Leisure of Los Miss Jotta departed Sun day night for Tennes for a months visit with relatives Last Times Saturday Radios Most Loveable Entertainer At JOLSON Hallelujah Im a Bum Fields Comedy RATAL GLASS OP BEER DAYS Continuous Performance 2 to 11 BARGAIN HOUR 23 SEAT IOC CHAPTER IN REGULAR MEETING The La Paloma Order of Eastern held its regular meeting and guest at the Ma sonic Temple Thursday when officers from neighboring chapters were invited to fill the chairs of the local A program presenting Jeanette Springer in several dance numbers and Verner Johnson in a group of was followed by refreshments served by the com MISCELLANY CLUB WILL MEET TUESDAY Planning to sew all day for the the Irwindale Mis cellany XJlub will meet Tuesday afternoon July at the home of Varney of Lark Ellen The usual meeting pro gram will be followed according to the CELEBRATES MOTHERS BIRTHDAY WITH PICNIC and Crook and family of Barranca with and Bqoth as enjoyed a picnic at the summer home of Crooks Crook at Balboa event was given in celebration of thfi birthday anniversary of HOSTS AT DINNER and Hugh were hosts at their home on Cottage Tuesday when guestS were at a dinner Those present and Herman and three child ren 6f Monterey and Clarence Miller of Los Angeles and and Wadsworth and small daughter of Salt Lake TO HOLD The Business and Professional Womens club will hold a picnic Tuesday evening July at in the Covina City with arrangements in charge of the bridge section of the Beardsley and Family Leave Home On MidWest Trip Planning to be gone about seven and Beards ley and daughter Ida Elizabeth of Covina left Wednesday morning for an automobile tour of the where they will visit their former homes and the many relatives of who are still residing Stanley of Beardsley who has just arrived from Iowa will care for the ranch hile the family is Taking the Santa Fe Trail route the party will go to Knox planning to visit with Beardsleys and Beardsleys who resides in Continuing on into they will top at the old Beardsley nomestead nd which has remained ntact down through the at emullion near From ermillion they will go to visiting Beardsleys ncle and A side trip will take the to and Kan the latter being Beards eys Other points of scenic interest ill be visited along the eardsley although the direct oute has not been fully planned n 7ross Country Trip Made in New Car by Batchelder Family Driving home in a new car puir hased at the Detroit nd Batchelder and their aughter Barbara arrived in Covina Saturday evening after a long va ation trip to the which lasted The party went from here to De roit on the and purchased tieir new machine on From Detroit they continued the rip by automobile to Boston and If you thought Tracy was good in Blessed Jvyftnjif i VnEUtv till you see in King of Ambu lance Chasers in this riot of comedy Extra Scoop Official Motion Picture Entire Bharkey vs Camera Every WAJUTEBS Quests entertained at dinner Tues by and at their home on Covina included and Lewis Bock of Cedar Roy Bock of Walters of Los Angeles and and August Goetze and Bock were boyhood friends in and in later years were members of the same conference in DISTRICT GARDEN FEDERATION The District Garden a newly organized met in Santa last Friday when Bern heimers Chinese Hugh Evans Anacost and Roys tons orchid green houses in Saw were was served at noon on the pier at Santa Local members who at tended the were Crawford and Nash was a guest of the ENTERTAIN TUESDAY BRIDGE entertained the members of the Tuesday bridge on the lawn of her home in the McClellan court with an after noon of Gris wold winning high score while consolation went to Light refreshments were served at the close of the OFELEO CLASS MEETS FOB LUNCHEON Oscar assisted by Reynolds of Charter and Mrs Martin Hofhman of Italia street entertained eighteen members of the Ofeleo class of the Baptist Sun day with a luncheon Tuesr at her home on East Puente The afternoon was spen doing missionary CHILDREN APPEAR IN DANCE and Bailey of N Fourth and and Mrs McKnight Baldwin at tended a dance recital The Glan given by the Conserva tory of Music and at the Civic auditorium in Wednes day when their child Betty Jean Bailey and Row land took part in th Advertising in The Citizen wil pay Just make a trial and see riehds and relatives After leaving few York where they spent everal they continued to and spent five days at the Worlds Returning home by the northern they went through the Yel owstone National and stopped everal days in staying with other relatives After eaving Montana the party headed or Southern Roads and weather conditions were excellent all during the Bacthelder and the car performed making the Journey an enjoyable BRIDGE GROUP Henry by entertained he members of her bridge club with a luncheon an afternoon of bridge at her home on West College won first prize while consolation went to George To celebrate her husbands birth enter ained with a family dinner at her lome on Barranca street Wednes day when covers were laid or Cleghqrns Elizabeth Cleghorn of Los Angeles his sister and her and Melcher of Mr and Dorothy and BrideElect is Honored at Two Lovely Parties Two social the Birthday Club of Puente and the Friendship Club of West Oovuia and Irwin dale entertained during the past weeks in honor of Miss Helen Von der who will wed Geonge Cannom at Voorhis chapel on Sun July An evening of bridge constituted the entertainment at the party given last Thrsday afternoon at the Puente home of Fritz Sicke wirth when eight members of the Birthday complimented the Miss Von der Lohe with a lovely gift during the Wittenbrock was the hostess Monday July at another delightful held at her West Cypress avenue ranch home when eight members of the Friend ship club gathered in compliment to Miss Von der Lohe and presented her a prenuptial Many othem delightful affairs have been and are being planned for the popular bridetobe who recently announced her en Surprise Night at Baldwin Park is Planned this Week Today We Live starring Joan Crawford and Gary which has been called one of the most fascinating and unusual stories of the world war ever be will play tonight and tomorrow at he Baldwin Park Starting Sunday for three International Houste Paramounts newest film musical will be offered as screen Termed Surprise Night by a special show has been arranged for Friday eve ning of next The extra film will not be announced until after the regular Song of the Eagle has been I believe this program will be particularly wellliked by the peo ple of Covina Kapic said his and I am expecting a pleased audience next Friday eve The theatre owner steadfastly refused to divulge the nature of the extra feature and Surprise Night remains clouded in Dancing Party is Tendered to Girls as Farewell Fete Entertaining in honor of Misses Viola and Joyce Koller who are leaving this week for a trip to Chi Miss Marjorie Bennett was hostess to several guests at a danc ing party given in the home of her parents Monday Accompanied by their Arthur the two child fen will spend several weeks at the Worlds and plan to visit rel atives in that Other guests at the party Monday everting were Jean Van Florence Ethel May Muriel Josephine Killer and Avis Expect Over 1000 at Kaypee Picnic on July 36 Promising to be one of the biggest events on the Pythian social cal 15 lodges in this territory are laying final plans for a joint picnic of the two districts in San Dimas Park Sunday July At least 1000 their fam ilies and friends are expected to turn out for the allday ac cording to officers of the Covina Among the special guests will be William Grand Chancel who will speak at the noon din ner Ham of a physical education who proved his worth at the recent Moose joint picnic will supervise the various games which will fill the it was Male Quartet to to Sing Here The Imperial Male Quartet will bring a special program of sacred music to the Brethren church Wed nesday July 19th at This is the second tour of the western states by this Ohio Everyone is invited to enjoy this evening of and Earl spent Monday at the home of and Bowers of Mon They Make Seasons Screen Hit College Humor is Current Film Fare at Glendora Beacon The collegiate musical comedy College Humor starring Bing Jack and a big cast of radio headliners will run tonight and night at the Glendora Beacon Crosby plays a crooning professor in the film and introduces the new song Learn to Sunday and Ruth Chat latest Lilly Burner with George Brent will be the fea while Tuesday and Wednes The Phantom Broadcast will be and and the formers Carrie Johnson of Valencia motored to Glenn Ranch where they spant the and Harrison of West Cortez entertained Miss Elsa West of with a luncheon at the Los An geles Athletic who has been spending the winter months in her California home at San expects to leave soon for her home in Virginia Russell of and Eleanor Netzley of Bcnita were guests Wednesday and Thurs of Miss Rae Holden of San They attended an enter tainment and given at the Church in San Dimas Wednes day Harrison of Cortez left Tuesday to spend two weeks at her canyon which is located on the grounds of the Sun set Canyon Cautitry and Louis Johnson of Arroyo were Sunday dinner guests of and Kelberg of Monterey Mary rteurned to hfr home on Orange Saturday I after spending a week in San at the home of her scninlaw and and Dana Jones and Misses Mabel Lois and Esther Bushby and Dwight spent the in Long Beach as guests of Martha and daugh ter and Luella spent Sunday at Balboa Island as guests of Miss Dorothy re mained until visiting her The next day John seeth Jesus coming unto and Behold the Lamb of which taketh away the sin of the This is He of whom I After rue cometh a man which is preferred before me for He was before publication of Hjetfe Biblical to mabe poggftle bp tfje follotoing public gpiriteb gpongorg Alpha Beta Dan Maxwell Garage Hayden Jones Covina Dye Works Drew Carriage Littlefield Dairy Danls Bakery Elite Millinery Apparel Seimears Burnett Springer Pharmacy George Steckel Studio MVRNA ROBERT MONTGOMERY aid ANN HARDING LADIES The five stafs pictured just above combine to make When Ladies Meet a ireal five star film according to Bob manager of the Pomona theatre where the at traction will be shown for three July This film is a motion picture version of Rachel Crothers sen sational screen which kept a Broadway theatre packed for over six It has been one of the film hits of the Los An geles motion picture season for 1933 during its run SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Meets every Sabbath Saturday at Adventist on West Whitcomb street Sabbath school at Preaching at 11 oclock Evangelist Matt Allen 086 Valencia Covina 22503 CATHOLIC CHURCH Pastors Residence 126 S Fifth Sunday morning services First Holy Mass find Sermon at m Second Holy Mass and Sermon followed by Benediction at 9 Sunday school classes for all children and youne people of the parish meet promptly at 9 ASSEMBLY OP GOD CHURCH Pastor Sunday Morning 11 evening Tuesday evening prayer meeting at the Thursday evening FREE METHODIST CHURCH Llewellyn Bible morninf Sermon Waiting on God union service here with Arant of the Christian church Prayer meeting Wednes day night at All are PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Alfred Pastor At the eleven oclock service the pastor will preach on the Blessings Of The Christian The Sunday school will meet at with classes for The devotional service will be held Wed neslay at METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Andrew Pastor The Sunday school begins and Coffman of Puente entertained as week end guests at their cabin at Big Barbara Miss Mae Coffman and their house and Wilson 6f San and Manchester and Miss of Azusa were Sunday dinner guests of and Netzley of Bonita and Bert Battersby of j are guests at the home of and Harry Bat tersby of Glendora Monday and Leland with thirty mem bers from the Brethren church motored to where they attended the tabernacle meeting held by Charlie who conducted a series of meetings in Covina last IOGLY WICGL and STORE nsse prices arc cHecuve on 14 and in all of our stores within 35 rr Ana MELONS KLONDIKE PER POUND JL Fancy choice Watermelons from Imperial Your re gardless of at this low feature Every melon is MILK Whips easily when thcrcu BEANS MAXIMUM TALL EVAPORATED CANS Whips easily when thoroughly Limit 4 cans to a customer at this CAMPBELLS WITH PORK CAN Tender white slow cooked with pork and tomato Full pound DEL MONTE 2 EARLY GARDEN CAN JL Wc Blend of medium gardenfresh tenderness and CORNED BEEF 12OUNCE CAN Selected lean beef cooked and compressed by Excellent for CAMPBELLS TOMATO CAN A invigorating beverage from red T Q UPSIDEDOWN CAKE PAN A 1 0 FREE WITH CAN AT Upsidedown cake pan free with each purchase of a can of BARS f FOR JL lars Try it CHAMPION BUTTER fl W Butter round baked by National Biscuit M A Z O LA OIL Quality salad oil pressed from the heart of the For u ti3iucuuwu uaitc pan iree wiin eacn purcnase ot a 3 CAMAY SOAP 3 A distinctive mask for the kiddies free with each 3 bars MAYONNAISE IS55 c Summer salads doubly appetizing if topped by Best Foods JELLWELL Sf 3 PFKOGRS14c Sparkling tasty puddings can be made from JellWell and Jiffy CERTO PECTIN Make jellies Retains flavor and color of original fruit or BRAN FLAKES Keep in trim by eating bran flakes every Essential bran in a tasty CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN Leland Pastor The Friendly Bible school under the leadership of capable and efficient teachers will begin at 10 At the morn ing worship the pastor will preach on the Jesus Christ and Young peoples meeting at Union evening services in the Free Methodist church with Francis Arant CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Services at 11 at church edi Third and Center Sun day Wednesday eve ning testimonial 8 m Reading room and free circulatina library open from to 4 except Sundays and The public is cordially invited to attend these services and visit the reading LUTHERAN CHURCH Lutheran Johns Church Corner Third and Dexter streets Sunday School at Church ser vices at You are cordially in vited to worship with HOLY TRINITY CHURCH Bertrnnd Rector Fifth Sunday after Holy Communion Voorhis Holy Communion and sermon FOURSQUARE TABERNACLE Loraine Pastor Friday Old fashioned tes timony Sermon Soiritual Prayer for the Sunday Sunday Mis sionary Morning worship When the Devil Goes to Church is the sermon topic No tice the change of time for the morning service during the summer Evangelistic service Bible Pnrahecies which have been GRAPENUT FLAKES a Childs Bettleware Spoon with each package Grapenut Flakes AIRWAY COFFEE E 19c Pure Brazilian blend fresh to you by scheduled Ground to CO TP T51 TT TT EDWARDS OT r r Ht CM DEPENDABLE TIN j C Quality coffee at a low Vacuum packed to preserve MATCHES 3BSslQc sturdy matches that light easily and burn Note low NT T 2V BEST FOODS PER U V NUT MARGARINE For frying or youll find Nucoa is A Best Foods FORM AY Blended by Swift from selected oils to makeit pure fast PEANUT BUTTER R 23c MaximuM A creamy spread ground from fresh DTTTnPCfc GRANULATED ifl SUPERSUDS O XrCld 1 O J 9OUNCE QC ColgatePalmolivePeets famous soap Prepared for SALAD OIL IQc A pure vegetable oil blends well for tasty salad Look for CENTER CUT PER POUND Shoulder roasts cut from fancy steer or baby Round bone 10c Pure With fresh meat purchase at Safeway or Piggly Wiggly The Church services for the recently Is the world summer The pastor will ready to accept a world Dictator preach at the morning worship nould Adolf Hitler be the Anti the subiect will be Bible VaChrist to do with your our Sunday evening congrega in Summer Time tional song service starts promptly BONELESS STEW 15c Choice cuts from fancy steer or baby of RflTT mriTTS1 PLATE CUT JDUjJCiC1 PER POUND Plate cuts from fancy steer or baby beef to braise or to PRIME RIB ROAST PLEBR 19c The aristocrat of oven cut from fancy steer or baby 23c ftllPOT RTTlTir FRESHLY MADE 4 VarJXvJUINJJ PER POUND Selected lean pieces of fancy steer 01 baby ground fresh everj BARBECUE STEAK PLEBR 25k boneless steaks cut from steer or baby For Featured thU week at all Safeway and Piggly Wiggly operated SANTA ROSA juicy SWEET Evergreen tender plump and or Royal fancy good IIe reserve the right to limit None sold to These are subject to change viitlr notict These meat and produce value art only where defarirnais are Salmay or Piggly Wiggly aregational Fine at Come and worship with us at SAFEWAY 223 Citrus peoples groups filly cool these summerevenings At PIGGLYWIGGLY 205 Citrus   

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