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   Covina Argus (Newspaper) - June 17, 1921, Covina, California                                Remember That the Still Better Willard Bat tery is the only storage battery with Threaded Rubber Insulation between positive and negative Threaded Rubber Insulation has been selected by 136 builders of motor and COVINA STORAGE BATTERY CONTEST PHIZES ARE Brunger FLORIST Floral Designs and Cut Flowers Nursery Box 152 Phone Main 420 239 Grand Avenue TRUCK TRACTOR JTEAMS We Specialize on Orchard Work EDWBUOBE Covina California 102 Meets 1st and 3rd Chief Patriach Senior Scribe COVINA meets every Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows 215 North Citrus Visiting brothers always RAY Noble Secretary FA BRICK PLUMBING SHEET METAL WORK FUENACE TANKS Office and Badlllo Street Opposite Postoffice The Debt of delivered by John tDusatko won first in the Reed oratorical contest of he union high school held on Monday an annual affair of com mencement week made possible through the donation of cash prizes by Reed of Second prize was won by Violet her oration being entitled Americas Uncrowned third prize by Herbert A Fair Chance For fourth prize by Min nie The Perils of Immigra fifth prize by Mildred Baugh To Alfred Our Debt of Then judges were Hayden of Keley of El and Mclntosh of The program was well augmented by musical num including a piano Arabian playod by Katherine Crook duct for violin and Au bord dun playod by Cecil Burk and Nina Thomas piano Sex tette from left hand arrange played by Tholma At the opening of the program an address was doliverd by Miss Alice vice president of the CHEMISTRY ESSAY Following the presentation of the Reed oratorical the prizes for the best theses on chemistry subjects were presented by Professor This is also an annual the prizes be ing given by Donald Dye of the senior class won first prize that class with a paper on Clarence McCumskey of the juniors won first place in that class with a pa per on and David Meiklejohn second prize with a paper on oil The judge was Bartlett of Pomona Other valuable papers hat were praised were by Minnie Pit ilo on sulphur Harry Dulin on mer cury Bernice Laws on photography Winthorpe Owen on vegetable oils El mer King on copper Cecil Burk on Amos Cooper on The presentation of the school em lems and sports prizes won during the was made at this CHARACTER IS SUBJECT OP CLASS SERMON W Slfla SCHOOL BOND Determination to build a character hat will be a foundation unfailing at ill times in mastery of and spirit that counts always for righteous were urged upon the members of the graduating class of the Covina union high school by Richard Gentry of the First Christian church in the class sermon deliverd last Sun day The services were held on the steps of the high school from an improvised and a throng of rep resenting all the church organizations of the city and was seated on the The was rendered by the class and and later in the service the stalwart On Christian was the music being led by Miss Bertha music teacher of the The invocation was made by Goyer of the Methodist and the benediction by Edward Wil liams of the Presbyterian Eddy of the Baptist church gave the scripture A pleasing fea ture of the service was the violin solo rendered by Cecil Gentrys sermon was entitled The Fountain of and he took his text from the stately psalm that begins with Remember Now Thy Cre ator in the Days of Thy His sermon contained a powerful appeal for a sound foundation for based upon Christ n FORMER CHAPLAIN IS LATEST LEGIONAIRE DANCE WILDWOOD in PISH CANYON Electrically Lighted Every Wednesday and Saturday Matron SQUEEZED TO DEATH When the body begins to stiffen end movement becomes painful it is usually an indication that the kidneys are out of Keep these organs healthy by taking COLD MEDAL worlds standard remedy for bladder and uric acid since Take regularly and beep i good la three all Guaranteed as the name Gold Medal on ovory box aeeept BO Imitation Richard pastor of the First Christian church of who was a chaplain in the armv during the was installed as a member of Upper San Gabriel Valley Am erican at a meeting held on Monday evening of this Gentry gave an interesting talk to the Legion members on his experi ences during the Business was made short and snappy at the and a greater portion of the time was spent around the chow The care of disabled sailors and marines and a discussion of thestate land set tlement act in behalf of exservice men occupied some Many local men are planning to take advantage of the states offer to finance a man on a piece of land or aid him in buying a The next meeting will be one devot ed largely to athletic Miles Seofield has been appointed a commit tee of one to produce some good num bers for the sports and Fred Carterwill dig up some unusual musi cal The question of members securing medals will also come up at the next Many men entitled to medals have not as yet secured and a methpd has been worked out by which every man will get one of these coveted COVINA LYRIC CLUB SENGS TO SOLDIERS Disabled soldiers under care at the United States service mens hospital at Arrowhead hot near San heard the full program of the Covina Lyric club on Sunday after with one was the identical program rendered by the club in Covina The ladies were driven to the hos pital by members of the Upper San Gabriel Valley American and by husbands and A large filling the big greeted Instead of the violinist who appeared on the program in Covi Miss Marie Anderson gave a num ber of very pleasing The soldiers were especially pleased with the plantation melodies as ren dered by the Clifford con ductor of sang three beautiful responded to an insistent The boys were very well pleas ed with hia exceptionally line baritone Patients and officials thanked the club warmly for the making the statement that it was the best program that had been given at institution since its The women said they felt well repaid for ithe Notice is hereby given to the quali fied electors of Covina Union High School District of Los Angeles in accordance with the provisions of the Political Code of the State of election will bo held on the 6th day of at the polling places named in the herein after designated preeincts in this Union High School between the hours of 8 and 6 during which per iod and between which hours the polls shall remain at which election the question of issuing and selling bonds of this high school district to the amount of One Hundred SeventyFive Thousand for the purpose of raising money for purchasing high school for building or purchasing one or more high school or making alterations or additions to the high school building or for insuring high school for sup plying high school buildings with furni ture or necessary and for improving the will be voted The said bonds proposed to be issued and shall be of the denomination of One Thousand Dollars and shall bear interest at the rate of six per cent per payable and shall bo numbered from 1 to 175 payable as to twit Bond one thousand to run 1 year Bond one thousand to run 2 years Bond one thousand to run 3 years Bonds 4 and each one thou sand to run 4 years Bonds 6 and each one thou sand to run 5 years Bonds each one thou sand to run 6 years Bonds each one thou sand to run 7 years Bonds each one thousand to run 8 years Bonds each one thousand to run 9 years Bonds each one thousand to run 10 years Bonds each one thousand to run 11 years Bonds each one thousand to run 12 years Bonds each one thousand to run 13 years Bonds each one thousand to run 14 years Bonds each one thousand to run 15 years Bonds each one thousand to run 16 years Bonds each one thousand to 17 years Bonds each one thousand to run 18 years Bonds one thousand to run 19 years Bonds each one thousand to run 20 years Bonds each one thousand to run 21 years Bonds each one thousand to run 22 years Bonds each one thousand to run 23 years Bonds each one thousand to run 24 years Bonds each one thousand to run 25 for the purpose of holding the said the said Covina Union High School District shall and it is divided into four high school bond election designated as follows Baldwin Park Char ter Oak Covina City West Covina which precincts with their respective polling places and officers of shall be as towit Baldwin Park precinct shall comprise the Baldwin Park school The polling place therein shall be the Bald win Park grammar and the offi cers of election shall be as follows In Mowers Charter Oak precinct shall comprise the Charter Oak school The polling place therein shall be the Char ter Oak grammar and the offi cers of election shall be as follows Middleton Covina City precinct shall comprise the Covins City school The polling place therein shall be the Covina City grammar and the officers of election shall be as follows Simpson Otis Wust Covina precinct shall comprise the West Covina school The polling place therein shall be the West Covina grammar and the officers of election shall be as follows Inspect Hurst George The abovenamed officers of being competent and qualified electors of this high school shall con duct said election and make return thereof pursuant to Each qualified elctor of said union high school district shall be entitled to vote only in the precinct of which he is a IN WITNESS we have hereunto sot our hands this 6th day of President of WALTER GOULD High School Board of Covina Union High School Los Angeles 624 Good food and good cooks at Long worths tf Ye Old Curiosity Shoppe has noth ing on some of the rubbish you can find in stock Advertise in the Argus and turn these into COLUMBIA LAND AND WATER principal place of busi County of Los State of Notice is herby given that at a meeting of the held on the 6th day of an assessment of ten dollars per share was levied uppn the capital stock of the abovenamed payable im mediately to the at the office of the company at County of Los State of Any stock uppn which this assess ment shall remain unpaid on the 7th day of will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auc and unless payment is made be will be sold on the 1st 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 the cost of advertising and expense of LUCY June Assessment to make last pay ment on the La Verne Mutual Water also note due at First Na tional San Dimas and for an assessment of ten dollars per share call ed by the Glendora Independent Water What Is Honesty Every man should live within his is the essence of If he does he is living dishonestly on the means of Many people there who not only live within their but save a part of their earnings as a surplus for the day of This bank will provide a both safe and conven to invest your surplus until Covitta IRational 3Banh Cashier ARGUS WANT ADS BRING IMMEDIATE THE UNIVERSAL CAB Another Big Cut in Price of the Universal Car Effective June 7th the prices are as f Detroit standard standard Chasis Coupe Sedan Truck chasis We 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