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Covina Argus (Newspaper) - June 17, 1921, Covina, California Piles Up Votes at McClellan Larkins women and children entered in big contest for flights in Curtiss plane to be given in Covina June With every fifty cent purchase at McClellan Larkins Hardware a vote is given that will result in a chance for one of twentyeight rides over the San Gabriel Are you saving votes Five thousand tickets are already held by Come to the store and enter your Here Are a Few of the Counted Yesterday Paul Skidmore Ralph Nye Wilson Mary Leonard Rinehart James Porter Henry Armel Myron Crawford Harp Myers Stephen Ayon George Vickery Foster Stokes Feist Miss Emily McKee Home Telephone Office Henry Holmes Road Foreman Swartz Joe Hopkins Marion Holbrook ASK FOR INFORMATION AT McClellan Larkin Hardware Covina Phone 66 Baldwin Park Phone 102 WOMANS HEABS BEPOBT OP STATE CONVENTION One of the interesting afternoons of the local womans club year was en joyed last the guest of honor and speaker being Leo Mc president of the Shakespeare club of which has a thousand McLaughlin told of the recentlyheld convention of the state federated at when the outstanding feature was the the Land of The spectacle was symbolic and and as the speaker told in vivid words the development of the various one could almost see the movement and Miss Phoebe Ara a pupil Lillian Burkhart gave a group of two of them her own and all three at The Miss and Currier of accompanied by Harry sang By the Waters of and as an Say Miss Mary Larkin of the Cumnock school cave a story from The Third and Billy Burns Trip to the Miss Bowler then eave two piano The Spinning Girl and Schuberts Marche Mili with The Lark as an en Tea and cakes were served at the close of the Next Monday will be the closing day of the club when final reports will b5 These will be followed by installation Miss in charge of the doc orations had baskets of sum mer blossoms which were attractive about the FRIENDS ASSIST YOTJNO MAN IN CELEBRATING BIRTHDAY HEADS FOB THE TAILS FOR ANDERSONBROWN WEDDING OCCURS ON SATURDAY The flip of a coin decided whether Homer Larkin of the McClellan Larkin Hardware concern would buy a new Buick or a new Studebaker this The Covina business man said that he could easily have bought one or the other of the cars if one of them had been out of sight long enough so that he could make up his But when he saw first one and then the they were both so desirable in his esti mation that he wobbled in his affections from one to the other and back Finally Morse of the Stude baker agency and Reynolds of the Buiek agency lined up their cars side by side and asked for a with the result that Larkin told them to flip a heads for the Buick and tails for The coin came down and Larkin is this week the pos sessor of one of the new Studebaker Sales of new cars have been brisk with all the especially with the several of these new 1922 models having b6en delivered in the Among the purchasers of new Buicks the past week are Gordon Douglas of the Covina Eealty Perry Eoberts of Charter Oak and Bristow of Lark Florence who will get her car at the fac tory in The Cadys will visit in the east this driving back to A quiet marriage occurred last Sat urday at the Methodist parsonage in San when who is associated with the plumbing establishment of and Miss Clara whose is in were The couple returned shortly after the and are living in a home on Dexter NOTICE OF DELINQUENT TAX SALE OF THE CITY OF At the home of and Frank Maxwell on West Puente street on Mon day friends to the number of thirty assembled to help Daniel Max well celebrate his twentyfirst birthday The home was prettily decorated with roses and and the color scheme of pink and white was carried to completion in the dining which was a bower of Pink and white roses and plumosa tea tooned the chandeliers and formed the table The refreshments consisted of pink and white ice cream and The handsome birthday with its twentyone pink candles caused considerable on behalf of the pres ented their gift to The evening was spent on the lawn playing openair and at a late hour the company Those present were and D and Henry Liv Shof the Misses Frances Mary Pearl Ruth Thelma Edyth Opal Madeline Florence Mae Leah Ba ker and lona Maxwell Martin Ray Jack Ray Wayne Mat Shew Virgil Otto and Paul It isnt very often that the working man speaks so that the communty hears his side of the but there comes time when the worm must The announcement of the proposec raise in the salaries of the local high school teachers was received with a great deal of and a deep sense of by the laboring people of the During the last year we have been told by the employers that they were not making expenses and were on the road to and we believed them that wages must be cut to save the so of course they picked out the people who wore receiving the low est as they were the least able to and ever since it has been them to receive the Who would make it possible for the teachers to spend their time if it wasnt for the laboring people Who would feed and clothe them They would have to get out and work like the rest of so why should not who are the real means of keeping them in the and thus keeping the school not get as good pay as they We cannot afford on our salaries to form expensive to hire maga zines to spread propaganda in our fa Every cent more paid to these teach ers comes out of the working mans as every time taxes go you look for the easicst place to cut wages JOHN Spirella Corsets for growing Van NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all property herein described on which penalties and costs are not paid by the second Monday of will by operation of law be sold to the City of The place of sale will be the office of the city tax and license collector of the City of in the office of the Board of Trustees of the City of That said delinquent list is as follows Situated in the City of coun ty of Los State of more particularly described as follows lot block map 3 of the Eichmond tract lot map 3 of the Eichmond tract pen lot Sherwood tract Unknown Dated this 2nd day of at EOBEET Tax and License NOTICE OF VALENCIA WATER prin cipal place of City of Co County of Los State of Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the held on the 27th day of an assessment of five dollars per share was levied upon the capital stock of the payable immediately to the at the office of the rooms 7 and Eeed City of Cali Any stock upon which this as sessment shall remain unpaid on the 28th day of will be delin quent and advertised for sale at pub lic and unless payment is made will be sold on the 18th day of at the hour of 2 oclock in the to pay the delinquent together with costs of ad vertising and expenses of Office 7 and Eecd City of waists for Bri tf NOTICE TO Estate of ZEN AS PEEEY Notice is hereby given by the under Alford Perry admin istrator of the estate of Zenas Perry to the creditors and all persons having claims against the said to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within ten months after the first publication of this to the said administrator at the office of his 1024 Title Insurance 458 Spring in the City of Los County of Los State of which said office the undersigned selects as a place of business in all matters connected with said or to file them with the necessary vouch ers within ten months after the first publication of this notice in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of the State of in and foe the County of Los Dated May ALFOED PEEEY Administrator of the Estate of Zonas Perry 1024 Title Insurance Los Attorney for Date of first publication May NOTICE OF Hollenbeck Street Water principal place of Los Angeles Notice is hereby that at a special meeting of the Directors held on the loth day of an assess ment G of Four Dollars per share was levied upon the capital stock of the payabe im mediately to the Secretary of the cor poration at the office of the room Eeed in the City of Co Los Angeles Any stock upon which this assess ment shall remain unpaid on the 2nd day of will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auc tion and unless payment is made be will be sold on the 30th day of to pay the delinquent together with the cost of advertising and expenses of Eoom Eeed 715 I I A Man Competent to Judge I This morning said to me you have a doggone good a dandy place to do and your prices are You ought to win It sounded good to us because he was WE are sincere in our efforts to give our home people the best and most for their Opposite the car THE WEBBER GARAGE ASSESSMENT Covina Irrigating principal of Covina County of Los State of Notice is hereby that at a meeting of the held on the 1st day of an assessment 97 of 100 cents per share was levied upon the capital stock as in creased October 188G of the aboved named payable im mediately to the secretary at the office of the company at County of Los State of Any stock upon which this assess ment shall remain unpaid upon the 1st day of will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auc and unless payment is made be will be sold on the 25th day of at 2 oclock in the after at the office of the company in County of Los State of to pay the delinquent together with cost of ad vertising and expense of June I Can Fix It I beg to announce that I have opened a General Machine Shop in Covina in connection with my Bicycle and Motorcycle Business and am prepared to do all classes of machine and general repair from saw filing to heavy machine Lathe work a Fortyfive years I solicit your PHONE COVINA WILCOX 234 Citrus it Now is the time to buy Garbage Tankage PRICED RIGHT for delivery in next 30 to 60 Prices on Local Agent J SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA FERTILIZER Phone Covina 1015 I
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