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Covina Argus (Newspaper) - June 17, 1921, Covina, California FOR FOB AND M3BCBL FOR FOR 5 acres 2 years old sight frostfree 13 300 Valencias and 200 full in excel lent Sacrifice 5 acres lemons 4 years Good crop of summer Fine location for a Price Covina City Property For COVINA REALTY Douglas Son Badillo near FOR Supply company and performance record bud I have all the leading varie Twelve years in business in Glcn Try Cyrus Wilhite Citrus Phono tf FOR orange one year Now is the time to order trees for spring Wil 510 Howard Phone 494 tf FOR used pianos taken in exchange on Ampicos repro ducing Our easypayment plan is virtually a rental Tanner Phone Covina tf BAPTIST Morning 11 oclock Miss Martha of the Baptist Christian Center of Los Angeles will speak on Some of the Things that the New World Movement is Doing at Union meet ing at 6 on high school Young peoples meeting at the church at following the openair CHRISTIAN Richard morning ser vice sermon by minister The Peace that Passeth Understand union service at high school Sermon by Edward pas tor of Presbyterian June service for all members of the Special pro Our Dollies as hy four little and other attractive FOR fine balled best variety to 3 size in large Also rhubarb phone tf FOR acres good level land near Will take Ford touring car as part Gledora tf FOR 1 Doors and windows Apply 201 San G17p FOR New Ford Tour off the Sec Harry Phono FOR barley per ton phone tf FOR household Edison Phone 039 or call at 104 Navilla It FOR and 6 weeks Can be 334 School Itp PRESBYTERIAN divine wor ship Just 7 union service with co operating churches on the high school Church night on Wednesday June will open at with a picnic supper on the church METHODIST Morning Union outdoor meeting at high school grounds at 6 Epworth League meeting at the church at FRIENDS MOURN DEATH OF MISS HELEN WOODWORTH COACH MOINTOSH IS GRATEFUL FOB INTEREST Sorrowing friends of the Covina val ley gathered at the homo of and William of Irwin dale Tuesday afternoon of this week to pay final tribute to the memory of Miss Helen whose tragic death was caused by an attack of black measles while in Miss Woodworth waa 22 years and had been born in this where she was educated in the gram mar and high and where she was known to a great number of the people of the She had for the past two years been the bookkeeper for the Paige automobile agency at Del where her Fred The attack of black measles caused her immediate removal to the Fresno where she died on Wednesday June A sad fea ture of the death was that she had been granted a leave of absence and was to have started for her homo in Irwin where she expected to make an extended The sudden death came as a profound shock to all her friends in the She died while her par ents were enroute to her The funeral on Tuesday was conduct ed by Geyer of the Covina Methodist who delivered a touching tribute to the life of this young pas tor of the Azusa Methodist ac companied by sang and other appropriate The pallbearers were composed of and includ ed James Gilbert Gene Mattison of Los Wood worth of Lloyd Graves and Chauncey The interment was made inOakdale The deceased is survived by her par and by her Neva Searcy of Del Samuel Bean of and her Woodworth of Coach Donald Mclntosh of the Co vina Union High School said yester day that he wished to thank the busi ness ranchers and citizens of the valley for the splendid support given the baseball team at the games of the with npecial emphasis on the extraordinary backing given the team at the last two We can build up a wonderful school spirit here if we get the support and interest of the said It not only means good sport with winning1 but the influence of the interest of the townspeople will be felt all through the school in all its PreWar Prices on Meats RANCHERS ABB VISITING CITRTTS EXPERIMENT STATION Several Covina valley ranchers are today in attendance at the second farm bureau excursion trip to thecitrus ex periment station at The ex cursionists are to meet at the new sta tion on the Box Springs and a tour will be made of the various plots under systems of HOLY TRINITY Fourth after Holy Communion and 11 June Marks Holy 10 SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Place of corner of Citrus avenue and Badillo Sabbath school 10 RT7TH AILEEN WED IN BOWER OF BLOOMS CHRISTIAN First Church of Church Center and Third Morning Wednesday evening testimonial Reading 136 West Badillo open from 2 to The public is cordially invited to the ser vices and to the reading FOR iron oak 3burner oil Phone after 5 It Church at Fifth and lenter Mass at 8 FOR Webber first class Call 7lp FOR fresh milk What have you 714 Can be seen at AVilson blacksmith It FOR ton in the Call per tf FOR good tf desire to rent ten shares of Covina Irrigating water for the coming Write Mont gomery at 1444 Spaulding Los Phone Jones tf half Can do neat Box 524p REAL REAL MacDonnlcl announces the opening of a Covina of fico for the Edwards Wildey to handle groves and ranches in this sec For quick list your prop crty with Cypress and Glondora phone Covina 1024 Los Angeles 515 Black t a Coinpen Public Plati Glass and Responsible companie with our guarantee of personal service COVINA REALTY t PROPERTY you property with BONNER CO t FOR cleai acres choice farm land Tehaint on paved 3 miles sout Red Fine alfalfa or fruit lau Plenty good Ownc disabled and wants small orange grov Phon t COVINA STUDENT WINNER OF THE CONGER PEACE PRIZE Carlton Erkermann of Covina This year the winner of the Conge Peace prize of after a close am spirited contest held on Friday last a the California Institute of Technolor in whore Eckermann is Four students of that insti tution entered this annual forensic race two a sophomore and a fresh jEdkermanns subject was Japai and the Future and his line of though was the necessity of legitimate expau sion for that Japanese colon ization in Siberia was the young man solution of the NEW CLOVER SEED AVAILABLE Farm Advisor Hodgson announce that he has just received fifteen pack ages of the new annual White Swei Clover seed developed by the low Agricultural Station and recent ly named Hubaui which he will b glad to distribute to growers who wi agree to test the CATHOLIC Church of Sacred Father 3LASS NIGHT STUNTS AMUSE BIG AUDIENCE Class night for the Covina union high school proved to be an evening of non sense intermixed with and in vcry way was a good entertainment or the large audience Starting off with a song by the senior the program began the humorous stuff with a farce called par icipated in by Caroline Al iha and Homer This was ollowed by a saxaphone solo by Ralph The was very uniiy and full of exciting This included in the cast Anita Mac Dorothy Kathryn Cof Caroline Audrey Wol Leila Juanita Jay George and Sidney Another pleasing skit was entitled A Meeting of the and was participated in by Sella But Kenneth Carl Amos Donald Louis Ar thur A saxaphone trio was a feature o the musical played by Ralpl Earl Harnish and David Me George Blanchard rendered r violin solo in an acceptable What entitled An Italiai Street Scene was a musical stunt par itoipated in by Alice Margare Grace Leila Oliver Evelyn Audrey Wolfarth Kathryn Dora Bell and Carolhi Edward Pau George Leroy Robert Dances were interpreted by Alic Edward Ella Leach Lawrence Anna Do lora Florence anr Juanita The presentation of the graduatioi class gift to the school made b Hamilton class At the Tallcy exquisitely dec orated with bright spring a wedding beautiful in its simplicity tind daintiness on Tuesday afternoon united in marriage Miss Ruth Aileen only daughter of and Patrick and Homer Harris only on of Mary Fulton Crider of Just preceding the cere Thaddeus Parker rothcrinlaw of the sang I Love You being aecompan nd on the piano by Miss Marguerite a who also played the vedding Richard Gentry f the Christian church performed the the wedding party standing eneath a bower of orange blossoms in n arch of greenery banked by palo ellow bride was gowned n conventional white with her long ullc veil held in place by a crown f orange Her bouquet was ashioned from white white and iale pink with a shower f lilies of the valley and Cecil Brunner There was as attendant only ittle Miss Margery charming n a dainty f rock of apple organ die and carrying an oldfashioned bou quet of Cecil Brunner roses with the concealed within the Only he members of the two families and a Few intimate relatives were An informal reception and refresh ments followed the The hap ry couple left immediately after the ceremony to spend a week at Bin Bear On their return from their honey and Crider will make their home in the cozy English cottage being built by the bridegroom on Azusa GOPHERGIRDLED TREES BY GRAFTING What is known as inarching o citrus trees in order to save a tree tha has been badly was demon strated last Friday at the orchard o Frank Hepner in with a larg number of interested ranchers present The demonstration was carried ou by Farm Adviser Hodgson and his as It consists o a system of bridge conncctin the bark on the upper side with th lower side of a complete girdle mad by a A completely girdlci tree ordiuimly is difficult to bu liy bridging over the girdle throug tbe use of small yiursery stock grafting it is asserted that tree may be saved that ordinaril would die within six The system is something that is to citrus ranchers and is being watche with a great deal of Another opportunity to see this wor done was given on Wednesday at th ranch of Davenport in Charte YOUNG FELLOWS DAY AT GENTRY BIBLE CLAS PROFESSIONAL EEED REED PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Rooms Reed Block California Office phone Residence Hamburger Picnic Hams Salt Pork Eastern Hams Pure Lard Compound 15c 20c 20c 35c 15c lOc REED Office Hours 8 to 2 to 4 Evenings by appointment REED Office Hours 10 to 4 to 6 7 to 8 in the GK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Rooms 1 and Reed Block Office phone Residence phone 239 Office hours 24 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Special attention to and Diseases of the Nose and Residence Phone 649 Office 64 First National Bank Building Office hours 25 78 Mornings by Appointment CHARLES FINGERLE OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Hours 9 to 5 and by Office phone 233 Citrus Covina on Vincent Phone Lard 2 15c Covina Valley Market Phone 36 Covina H FINAL MEETING FOR COVINA PARENTTEACHERS JAIL ATTORNEYS AT LAW Notary Public 7 and 8 Reed Covina Phone 490 REED ATTORNEY AT LAW NOTARY PUBLIC 1019 Trust Savings Los phone Phone Covina The Covina Pa rentTeachers associa tion held its final meeting of the year on Tuesday afternoon of this These meetings of the mothers of the pupils and others interested in the which until this year were known as Mothers have organized this year into the reg ular ParentTeachers affi liated with the national and a movement is now on foot to form a federation of all the associations within the Covina Ham formerly president of the Pasa dena who has had extensive experience in the spoke during the meeting strongly in favor of the proposed The subject of her talk was Current Events and Helpful Thoughts of Federation The first part of the program was furnished by the pupils of the school in a manner appropriate to Flag The fifth and sixth grades fur nished the special In the business meeting that follow ed the association expressed itself as strongly in favor of the proposed bond issue for the additions to the high The officers of the and chair men of committees for the coming year will be Hamilton Tern pie Mary Coman Jack Thurman mem bership Hendrix philanthropic Jennings juvenile court Miss Eva Edwards ways and Aschenbrenner Cline Rice Stella BREEZY EASON TONIGHT AT THE STAR THEATER INGRAHAM ATTORNEY AT LAW Phone 338 Badillo Covina Young fellows day is what tli program of the Gentry Bible class i to be followed out on this con ing Sunday morningat oclock i the Star Joe Newlan is chair man of a committee on and Delbirt Werden is chairman of the com mit tee on A program headed by Shirley is also pre paring something out of the The current topics discussion will be led by Bou Breezy the fivcyearsold screen is the attraction tonight at the Star in a story written es pecially for this diminutive en titled The Big Breezy is the son of Reaves who for merly lived in and who is now director of picturemaking at Universal The story of the little kid who had been starved and beaten by a drunken stepfather has its especially when the same kid is taken to a great farm in the and learns there that ho need uot dodg when a hand is extended toward or run and hide when is given a piece of Monday and Tuesday nights the the ater will show Charles in An OldFashioned This is a typical Ray with tears and laughter chasing through it like April For the matinee tomorrow the folks will be given a chance to aeo Breezy there will be a free balloon for every child under STAFFORD ATTORNEY AT LAW Suite 829 California 205 Los Phone Pico 1461 COVINA corner of Ba dillo and Citrus 37 RICE DENTIST Office In Buller over Whltsel Phone 285 SEARCY DENTIST First National Bank Building Phone 195 UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office and residence phone day and Auto Lady VETERINARIAN HENDERSON VETERINARY SUBGEON AND DENTIST All animals treated Phone 382 129 College PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER SHEVLIN PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER All Kinds of Typewriting Dailey Stafford Corner Citrus and Badillo Telephone Hurley Brothers Hardware Offers you a splendid choice in Quick Meal Oil and Gas Stoves Florence Automatic Oil Stoves National HEWITT and AJAX TIRES and TUBES in Cords and High Grade Garden Hose and Lawn Mowers Garden Tools of every kind Phone Covina 15 Distributor 300 Citrus Covina Pure Pennzoil per gallon by the Ready For Your VACATION MAY WE HELP YOU WITH YOUR PLANS The agent of the Pacific Electric Railway nearest you or will procure for you information of any one or all of the fifty or more Mountain Camps or Resorts reached by our lines or through its and to most of them he can ticket you The resorts of the Sierra San Bernardino and San Jacinto Mountains are not surpassed any where for comfort and reasonableness of charges in you lose none of the vacation joys and save money by visiting those near at In vestigate PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY Genl Passenger Agent
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