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   Covina Argus (Newspaper) - June 17, 1921, Covina, California                                Gravely and of Ramona and Sprotte and were lunch eon guests at the home of and Clifford of Third and Center streets on Several ladies of this city are plan ning to attend the reception to bo giv en on June by Arthur Mead Brown of Pasadena in honor of the niiiteth birthday of her who was one of the pioneer ef Party driving to San Francisco by auto Saturday or Sunday can take pas Inquire at lll Citrus or Phone Itp The last meeting of the Charter Oak Thimble club will be held at the W o nians clubhouse on Saturday June Miss Hope Wells of Los Angeles was a guest over Sunday at the home of and Damerel of Cypress BY SAN GABRIEL VALLEY INVEST MENT CORPORATIONS THINKER BUYi We Know What Property Is A Good Buy and Its Good Business For 0s To Tell You We make a profit on the prop erty we sell for other folks and you make a profit by investing in The man who sells it makes a It is good business for everybody to profit by a We know property and vou know REAL ESTATE INSURANCE PHONE AZUSA SO Little Miss Margery daugh ter of and was the honoree at a birthday party on last Sat urday afternoon when San ders and Miss Agusta Sanders enter tained at their home with a lawn party for the little miss who celebrated her seventh Delightful refresh ments were served and the afternoon was enjoyably spent in games that youngsters delight Guests present were Clara Betty Mary Margaret Jeane Dorothy and Ruby Margaret and Jane Mc Leah Max inc Jeane Elizabeth Janet Helen Doris Ann Grant Alta Arline Jack Saunders of Los Toll and two sons of Santa Paula were the weekend guests of and The annual alumni dance of the Co vina high school will be held tomorrow evening at oclock at the Womans Music will be furnished by nn orchestra from and a good time is assured for Owing to the fact that this is such a busy filled with graduation the card party which had been planned by the womans club for Sat urday June has been postponed until Wednesday June The evening party will not be on July but on the eve of July Barker of San chief inspector of insurance and claims of tho United States shipping was a sjuest over the weekend at the home of and Nash of Cottage During his stay several trips of interest were and Overholtzer of East Center street were dinner guests at the home of and Over holtzer on Watts and her attended the Pasa dena Presbyterian church picnic at Re dondo Beach on and Brown of Los An geles were visitors at the home of and Damerel on and Blanehard of Porterville arrived here this week to 5 FEATURE OF DOG 5 It will undoubtedly be of interest to the dog fanciers of Covinato know that at the fourth annual dog show of the Los Angeles Kennel held on the grounds of the Ambassador a seven months old Irish ter rier owned by George Larson of the Covina Valley Market won not only the blue ribbons in each class in which it was entered and the purple ribbon of the but the special medal aswell for the best Irish This puppy was bred and raised at the James Keeney which for the last four years has been perfecting and developing the the terrier with two points to ward a championship at seven is the A little brother of also from the Keeney is now a familiar picture for the move his Emery Rogers of Santa aerial polcemnn of Los has been taking him up in his aeroplane since Shanty as he is was six weeks He has been photograph ed for the papers and the moving pic ture newsgrams until he is almost as well known as his master Blimp although her feet have nev er been off the has certainly started her career as a a term wellknown by dog Lar son intends starting a kennel and will use his winner for the foundation He expects to put her through to a sending her when she is to go up against a fivepoint At the same Sada a six monthsold bred by the Kee ney won the first prize in the puppy class against dogs from three to five months older than FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH WINS VICTORY OVER DEBT The membership of the Covina Chris tian church is rejoicing in a recent vic tory in connection with its intcrchurch debt The church had been assessed as its part of that national campaign and decided to rnisp the sum in the morning campaign June The com mittee in charge arranged a neat board in white with the word victory in largo This was covered with black paper each valued nt five and on these was inscribed the Our debt of The pas tor explained the interchurch debt in his morning address and Frank Col formerly pastor at took charge of the raising of the As fast as the pledges were made the bricks were and pledges came in so swiftly that the brick removers could not keep The cheerful givers soon went past the and the pastor suggested that a parsonage note at the bank for be paid The service concluded with nearly After dinner a group of workers went out canvassing with the and the conclusion of the campaign brought the total raisod to covering both debts and leaving fifty dollars for good This success puts the church in good shape and the membership is happy over the Seventeen in dividuals were found who made pledges of forty dollars LARK ELLEN SCHOOL IN GRADUATION EXERCISES Graduation exercises of the Lark El len school were held Wednesday night attend the commencement exercises of with a special musical the high of which their is a Miss Ruth a Pomona college was a visitor of Miss Dorothy Ames of East Badillo street over the Mitchell returned the first of this week from a few days visit with her Edward at Ox Susan Stunt of Los Angeles is a visitor this weekend at the home of her daughter and and Anderson of San Bernardino George Fox of Los Angeles was a caller one day last week of Harry Ames of Los Angeles at tended the commencement exercises of the grammar school last where her Eugene was a I i Geycr of the Covina Methodist church made the There wag a piano solo by Miriam Brousc and vo cal solo by Farncia The di plomas were presented bv Professor Those graduating were Edwin Robert Grady Laura Natalie Harold Mar James Laura and Katherinc SAM ALLISON HERE WITH WIFE FOR EXTENDED STAY Sam son of and Clarence together with his formerly Miss Anita with their young arrived in Covina last week to make an extended Allison has been absent from the old home haunts the greater portion of three during which time he serv ed his bit with Bevshings the genrals headquarters company ijn and afterwards into the in Sanv is looking fine and is meeting TSis friends the same old We are equipped to supply all the wants of the orchardists in this New Expert Operators Phone 52 FRANK OHAVER Covina I 8 f CARD OF We wish to sincerely thank the many friends for their kindness and sympa thy and for their many floral offerings at the time of the death of our beloved daughter and and and and I and Samuel It LONG BEACH MAN BUYS PIERCE ORANGE GROVE Covina represen tative of the Edwards and Wildy com reports the sale of a tenacre or ange grove on Bonita Charter the property of Pierce of to Ferguson of Long The grove is one of the best in the Charter Oak set to Val encias years is improved with modern 8room The new owner will take possession July Purchase ESCHEW NOT CHEW AND BE HAPPY Cut out meat and be was the advice given by Edwin Antis dale of Chicago in and address before the convention of three medical socie If you would enjoy life in its high est with good the ability to think with freedom from an er and other disagreeable cut out the meat diet and eat plenty of cabbage and These foods are rich in minerals and the doctor But the potato is king of the tuber Potatoes should be baked and eaten skins and Nature assembles the valuable salts near the skin of the potato and the skin should be When potatoes are the water should be used as One of meat egg a day will take the place you need whole milk and cream are the moat Valtiftble TJncbokecL such as fruits and arethe best brain Fruits should always be eaten with the Follow these hints an dyou will never get sleepy or except in the normal Support the Bond Issue g The following undersigned citizens and taxpayers will vote for and support the issue of in bonds at the election July for the purpose of providing adequate equipment for the Covina Union High School District I i I 5 I I 1 I NASH WARNER WHITSEL CLIFFORD CUSHMAN PENCE GORDON DOUGLAS DOUGLAS REYNOLDS JONES SHIELDS DAPHNE HELZER HUNTINGTON SIMEONOFF WANS FIELDS SCHULTSEIS SOPHIE CLARK TILLMAN MOORE JONES RICHARD GENTRY FOSTER BRANDON GOODELL DANIELS EDWARDS LEONHARDT BEN JENKS CARSON MARY COOK GEISWOLD KERCKHOFF HUTCHINSON GEYER WORTH EVERETT CLARK TRASK GANT BAINBRIDGE McKAY EINGMAN WERDEN FLORENCE WERDEN WOLFARTH SMITH DELIA SMITH COLTRIN BRUBAKER JONES BONNER NIGG NIGG KEELING LANDRAM EDWARD INSLEY KATE INSLEY TUCKER FINGERLE EMIL SEDLACEK MARSHALL WILSON HARRIS SMITH MCCARTHY RALPH CROOK MORTiY MILL NYE SAUNDERS REED LARKIN ANNA LARKIN CLARKE CHAPMAN SWANSON EDDY WRIGHT OUSTER LA VINA OUSTER CLYDE OUSTER WILSON MATTHEWS MATTHEWS HENEY DAMEREL GERTIE DAMBSEL JANE DOUGLAS REED MARIA NREED FABRICK BOWMAN HAYNES COLLINS LONGWORTH ASHFORD ED WILLIAMS HARRY WEBBER ELBERT FISHER JENNINGS MILLIKEN VINEY STEPHENS AIDS FARMERS WITH BENEFICIAL LAWS Covina Valley A Home Paradise You cannot lose by building for not only is lumber cheaper now than at any time since the but there is a inevitable increase in values of all real estate coming in this You cannot keep the people out of this are bound to your built will increase in We have maintained a low price on building material for several months the custom ers of this valley are well aware that we are cooperating with l Covina Lumber Company Governor Stephens has placed Cali fornia in a position of undisputed leadership among western states in the encouragement and protection of agri culture by approving a comprchensiv program of legislation applying to tha passed by the last The keynote bill affecting agricultural and horticultural matters is Senate bill in the opinion of those versed in the This bill places the county horticultural commissioners of California under the direction of the state director of agriculture in the en forcement of quarintine and standardi zation and any other laws which may deal with intercounty movements of which are of vital in terest to the agricultural industry of the i Now is the time to apply our SPECIAL SULPHUR DUST SPRAY TOR CONTROL OF RED It does the business and when thoroughly applied is effective over a long Expense Phone or CITRUS GROWERS POMONA CENTER TO STAGE BIG FARM MEETING Announcement has been received from second vicepresi dent of the Los Angeles County Farm to the effect that the Walnut SpadraPomona center is to stage one of its special allday meetings June A splendid pro gram has been arranged It is ex pected that head of the division of pomology at the Uni versity of will appear on the THE PALMER The day before Attorney Gen oral Palmer went out of he an nounced a ruling which allows physi cians to prescribe an unlimited amount of wine and This does as some have allow the sale of these beverages at soda ia groceries and other but it does permit druggists to supply any amount of wine or beer on the prescription of a licensed Whether or the present attorney general will re view and reverse this decision is not but it is understood that it is not customary to do this unless new facts are or a request to that effect is made by the department of the treasury under which the inter nal revenue system of the commissioner of internal revenue and the federal prohibition enforcement Whether or not this is it is possible that congress may devise measures for the preven tion of the at least in of the Volstead Had the word alcoholic been used in the amend ment instead of the word intoxicat ing or elsewhere the word much of the present confusion would have been and some of the loopholes effectively I Stowell Spraying Fumigating San Dimas Phone 292 Covina Phone 199 Covina Phone 177 WE BUY Poultry and Rabbits Any Day Any Time COVINA VALLEY MARKET Citrus Covina Telephone 36 Get on the advertioing wagon while going is Loosejointed business methods undermine the strongest com mercial and yours may be no Bead elsewhere in this edition of the Argus plan to cover ev ery family in the Upper San Gabriel miller Ti res Geared to the Road Satisfied Users to be Found All Over This Valley Vulcanizing and Retreading LINDSTRAND ASHFORD Phone 108 211 North Citrus Avenue California   

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