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   Covina Argus (Newspaper) - June 17, 1921, Covina, California                                Argus Liners Pay All The Local News 48 JUNE 18 FRESHLY ROASTED right here at home and at Less Than PreWar Prices Golden Glo Coffee Imperial Coffee Perfection Blend Economy Blend Twenty years ago coffees of the quality here offered sold from 3c to 8c higher than these You cannot lose in trying MEAT MARKET BAKERY GROCERY Orders of or more delivered Whitsel Phone 44 Bay in Covina JUNE Clearance Sale A great many merchants are dvertising how much prices es for as compared with We cannot show comparative as we were not in busi ness in but we can give you the benefit of prevailing low which is proven by the following offerings Novelty Silk Skirts to Flannel Skirts Wool to Organdie Dresses up In French and Swiss Organdie ZLbe With Judge Benjamin Bledsoe of the United States district court deliver iing the a class of fortyone will graduate at six oclock tonight from the Covina Union High Ben district will reside at the which will be icld on the steps of the high school on an improvised stage decked with flow rs and and with the audience seated on the spacious The exercises will open with a pro cessional march as the graduates file up on the followed by the Star Spangled sung by school and The invocation will be mado y Eddy of the First Bap ist Selections from II Trova torc wlill be rendered by the high school after which the ad Iress to the class will be delivered by Tfidge Bledsoe Miss May Griswold class will the and diplomas will be given by George president of the board of A double quartette from he girls glee will sing Alma The president of the class is Hamil on Temple Dora Bell Leila Oliver Earl The class colors are green and whito and the class flower the whito The graduation is open to the entire and plenty of scats will be pro according to a statement made jy Millikan The class is one of the best from every stand point that has been graduated from the school in and a large number of the class will take up studies next fall in higher institutions of LEE MARRIES LOS ANGELES TEACHER Millinery and Apparel Shop Bay in Covina lie THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK C O VIN PROMPT ATTENTION is given to your banking business when you deal with the First National We cor dially invite you to open a checking ac and avail yourself of our COVmVAUEYSMNGS BANK THE ASSOCIATED BANKS Numbering practically the entire pop ulation of the city and valley among liis William Lee of Cienega street is the recipient of hundreds of congratulations because of his mar riage on Monday of this Leo was united to Miss Letitia Magee of Los the ceremony taking place in the home of the brides parents at 505 North Soto Boyle The impressive ring service was performed by Dean MeCormack of the of which the bride is a and the coupje was ac companied to the altar Sprotte nf TjeTsonaVfriend las JEthel Magee7 of andrb LLSPEflK 5 CLUB Governor William Stephens will c the honored guest and speaker at the last meeting of the Monday After noon held next when in stallation of officers will take place and final reports given that will close he business of the Governor Stephens accepted the in vitation extended to him by retiring president of the Matthews is ending her hird term as OMMTTNTTY PICNIC TO BE HELD NEXT THURSDAY ElevenInning Battle Awards Alhambra Baseball Pennant It is expected by the committee in charge of the community picnic next week at Ganesha that he town will be closed up as as t was Tuesday during the ball with everybody at the Charter West Lark Ellen and Baldwin Park arc all in on the The Sundayschools and churches arc o meet at 9 oclock Thursday June and starting with the Metho trucks and machines pick up in fhe procession the Christian then the Presbyterian and with oth ers and parade through then up Citrus avenue and to Ganesha which has been reserved for the Led by a combined orchestra and band in charge of there will be a good old community sing with Edward Williams as chorist Tho next thing of importance will be the each family bringing tin forks and tho committee furnishing paper sugar and with the tables covord with heavy white paper and decorated for tho Immediately following but not too soon for tho athletic events will bogin in charge of Coach assisted by a special commit tee of two from the four cooperating churches Coltrin and Joe New Ian from the Christian Sundayschool Herbert Morey and Alfred Poole of the Presbyterian Alpha Imbler and Arlic Kendall from the and Chew and Ray Robertson of the Meth A fine list of events has been plan ned ministers 100yard dash girls under potato race treasure five for boys and girls of grammar school age medley relay for the boys of the various schools Two thousand people of the upper San Gabriel valley witnessed a baseball struggle on Tuesday afternoon at Pu ente which broke all baseball records for real and sustained when Alhambra and Covina high schools fought out the right and title to the Central league resulting in victory for Alhambra by a score of 5 to in an eleveninning Following a teninning game at Al hambra last when Covina won the game andtied for first the game Tuesday was anticipated by the funs of the valley as a contest well worth the keenest and not a baseball devotee in the big throng of crazed rooters was Al though Covina dropped the champion it was not until the team had put up the most gallant struggle against odds that has ever been seen in the Xo game exceeded it is a real baseball not the played in the past by Covinas one timo crack town toam that once upon a time played tho Chicago White Although tho day was cold and low hundreds of automobile parties began to arrive an hour before tho game was scheduled fit the neutral grounds of Puente high and long before the game was called there Svere thousands lining the big field and verflowing the It was the argost baseball attendance in the val eys due to the interest that rnd been aroused by Covinas fight up o the top against a school three times ts The Mens club of tho valley ind tho chamber of commerce had tak n a hand in bringing out the tnd there were staid business men and ranchers in tho audience who had not Ynmd time for a ball game during any where from ton to thirty years of their residence with a student body of vor a thousand with the op lortunity to pick the heaviest and most losirablo men for its had held tho lead over the other and smaller schools of the but with ess than three hundred student through superior coaching and the sea son s luck of possessing two better thanordnary won its way to a tie for the That team failed to win the deciding game of the The wedding march arid other suitable music was furnished by a quartet of young ladies playing vio Making the occasion one of unusual the golden wedding anni versary of the brides parents was also celebrated on that and although and Magec did not publicly roplcdged their vows taken a half cen tury they were the recipients of many congratulations from old As a tribute to the parents the wedding decorations were of oldfashioned dou ble red glodiolas and The altar before which the ceremony of the bridal couplo was performed was covered with Following the wedding a reception was held and dainty ice cream confections were The bride has been a teacher of domestic science in the Los Angeles high and is a graduate of this branch from an eastern institu The brides father is a Los Ange les Lee is the son of a pioneer family of the and has been prominently identified with church and choir activities for many He is engaged in the growing and market ing of shipping to all parts of the United and has built up a large business in this A honeymoon of several weeks is being spent by the They expect to be at home to friends after the first of The bride was given away at the al tar by her She made a beauti ful figure in a gown that was her mo thers appearing out fifty years at the time of her CARTER Si EDGETT IN SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS Carter and pro prietors of the little lunch shop and soft drink establishment opposite the postoffice on Badillo opened for business this with quite a rush of trade from people who appreciate a place where a light lunch cair be had quickly and The new building is with booths and counters for It wlimiii ool I to contest indoor ball game sack race for mer over Later in the al the swimming there will be con tests in fancy plunge for dis jack swan dive and Prizes will be white and yellow suitably Chew is general manager of the assisted by the Sundayschool sup erintendents and special The men in charge of the coffee at the luncheon will be from the Baptist Waldo Smith and Risley of tho Presbyterian Ed Blanch ard and William Warren Aschenbrenner and Warne Pliny Stanton and Ira AIRRIDE LEADERS REVEALED AT STORE Baldwin Park may win the first places in the big airplane contest now being conducted at McClellan Larkins hanvaro according to a count made yesterday by who said that while there were a large num ber of Covina valley people working for the the activity in Baldwin Park is being centered on a few candi Durincc the last three days the votes have been piling up at the num bering many as well as well known business contractors and Every fifty cent purchase wins a vote which counts in the results that will award twentyeight airplane rides over the San Gabriel valley on June The rides will be in a big Curtiss and will range from ten to forty according to the number of votes received by During the coming week tho contest ants with a their names high score will discover the windows of the hardware and the ones that aro leading will be featured every day Those who aro now among tho loaders aro named in an advertisement that ap pears in this WARREN AND LARKIN TO HEAD COVINA GUN CLUB HARRY DAMEREL HEADS COVINA LYRIC CLUB At a business mooting Tuesday even ing of the Coviini Lyric Henry who has been accom panist for the club for several was elected Harry Goodo was reelected and and trcas club is Will George Fuhr will be Tho retiring president At a meeting of tho Covina Gun clul Monday evening an election of officers was with Berry and Harr i Webber retiring as president anf and Warren and Ho mer Larkin assuming those places for tho coming The matter of establishing a rifli range in connection with the shotgui trap was ami it was decider to take stops at once to build a range as there is a largo number of lrca men who have signified their intontioi of using such a range if Tht club membership is going SUNDAYSCHOOL CLASSES PICNIC IN BIG DALTON Last Friday the members of the two adult classes of the Baptist Sunday school attended a picnic in Big Dalton Tho with hot coffee made in tho was the main feature of the Those attending were and and Pardon Ris Eliza beth Nancy Whit Wilson Miss Anna McCombs George Van Way and Clyde game for Alhambra last Tuesday it was tho fact that Covina didnt hit Rogers for safe not even in the last in while Alhambra brought in a flock of runs at the last through Covina Covina in reality outhit Alhambra 9 to but the splendid of Al hambra neutralized the Welch for Covina covered himself with glory in two spectacular freezes to tho ball under big but also con tributed one costly Quick for Covina nailed two hard ones in the out A sensational catch was mado by Fox of stopping a long that would have boon good for three In tho again proved the hero with two good one for two bags that possibly ought to have put his on and Doughty and Wordon each got two fine Errors and bases given on balls caused a that let in four runs in the last This is tho fortune of and is what makes it Caffeys superb pitching earned him the admiration of the but he also tried to win his own gamo with a hit that he followed by stealing second and then dying at that point on a It was a cruestion disputed by fans as to whether Devol at third or Caffey should have boon as signed errors for a throw to third that was missed by Devol at a critical Tho team stood oven on earned Splendid tuition on the part of Coach Mclntosh for Covina is a distinct fea ture of the and citizens of tho valley express themselves freely in his It is a fact that the people are awakened to high school sports and want to see the school get the best that is us it moans much to tho morale and reputation of tho school as a The score COVINA a matter of small regret on part of tho and the vlPJey is proud of its and determined that henceforth there will be a winning baseball team in Covina high school support bring it Mciklejohn Dudderar Werden Pollard Caffey Devol Ooughty Welch Quick 5 o 5 5 4 4 5 5 5 41 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 9 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 Gantier Dougan In the eleven inning pitching for struck out fifteen men and walked while Rogers for Alhambra struck out ton walked two and gave a base to a player hit by a pitched Rogers has been the backbone of his a pitcher of much physical boef and with steam bo hind his arm ihat has made him a hero of high school His weakness lies in tho fact that he usually lasts for only about eight Ho blew up in the seventh in tho gamo previous to the championship and Covina be gan hitting him to but if any one thing can be said to have won tho Penny Houser Fox David Wine Rogers ALHAMBRA 41120 A 1 10 0 1 0 0 0 1 5 5 4 4 4 T l 0 0 1 1 10 1 1 3 o v 1 o o o 38 n 6 32 2 Twobaso Doughty Struck 15 Base on 2 Earned 1 1 TOWN TEAM TO PLAY HIGH SCHOOL TOMORROW For the purpose of providing baseball clothing and equipment for tho players of tho Covina high school baseball and as a recognition of the gal lant fight the team made for tho Cen tral league a benefit game will bo played tomorrow afternoon on the Covina high school grounds between this team and a town foam of which Welch vill bo captain and general Tho lineup as given out yesterday will bo Al 2b Coach Frank Powers and Per cy pinch The management stated that Frank whoso homo is in and whoso baseball fame held the attention of tho world of fandom for a said that he would bo glad to aid tho high school team in the and that ho would play tho first Por ritt of scheduled to is a oneaimo coast league who has boon out of tho gamo for a few but who has boon warming up CHURCHES TO COMMENCE UNION EVENING SERVICES CITRUS BELT DEALERS Tho union Sunday evening services of the Covina churches wore begun last Sunday and will continue through July and Arrangements aro being nuido to hold the services at i oclock on the high school campus in front of tho main Tho services will happy and full of There will be special music each evening anil the who will do tho will give messages for Edward Williams will ba speaker for next Sunday Tha whole community is urged to come out to those meetings and make thorn com munity meetings in every sense of the Will Charles Gray Whit lock spent Wednesday at HOLD BANQUET HERE Eighty members of the Citrus Bolt Auto Trades association sat down to a sploiuiid banquet furnished by tho la in tho Thursdtiv ov lies of tho Methodist Womans clubhouse last HIGH SCHOOL TRUSTEES SIGN SALARY SCHEDULE At a special meeting of the board of trustees of the Covina union high school hold Monday the salary schedule for tho teachers for the coming year was carrying a slight increase to tho and a contract of a du ration of throe years was entered into with Superintendent Bon The action of the board is taken as a recognition of tho fine work accomplished by the superintendent and his corps of Tho mooting was prolonged because of a number of protestants who appear ed to argue against the increase in sal Juno and hold a mooting at which election of officers took The election resulted in James Loon ey of Pomona as president and James Grangor of Spadra as Repj resontativos on the directorate aro j Tinall of Wurl of Poj Harry Webber of and j Juhn Sapp of Tho evening uas spent in a discus sion of conditions affecting the automo bile with particular attention to this INSTITUTE AT WHITTIER FOR CITRUS GROWERS Citrus growers will bo pleased to learn that for their convenience it lias been decided to combine the meeting of the California citrus insti lute with the annual fumigation and post control school conducted by the Los Angeles County Farm those two activities vo be hold together this Friday and Juno 2ith and at the high school audi Do You Know That Defective Eyesight can be corrected by properly fitted glasses If your eyes arc giving the least bit of have thorn attended to at Straining them may cause permanent To determine the exact needs of the eyes and to fit glasses accurately requires special knowledge and exper I am especially qualified to correct defective vision by the most modern and skillful Let me fit you with glasses that will bo a relief and give you pleasure in wearing For Comfortable Vision Consult Raymond Finch Phone 42 for appointment   

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