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   Covina Argus (Newspaper) - September 10, 1926, Covina, California                                Irs F ft A GOOD TO TRADE IN VOLUME 78 itadKI Mws MORE WHAT DID YOU BUY IN COVINA TODAY Coach Newman Takes Miss Grace Pollard as Bride 9he marriage Newman and Miss Grace Pollard occurred last Friday evening at 7 oclock in the pastor sefiidy of the Christian church offi a csremonj jp JPbQard and mothers of the bride and The bride was becomingly ncd in a beaded blue silk a shdrt and Newman returned to rareresiding at 216 South Second is the daughter of aijd has re ceved her eefucation from iiie do Graduating from high in the class of Pol until a few weeks ago book keeper for a She was pop in high winning honors on the debating The known to the sport world throughout Southern Califor nia as Chief r graduated from in class of car rying with him in addition to his record as a an enviable rec ord on the and baseball He succeeded Coach Mcln tosh at the Covina union high school in the fall of and carried the Covina through the foot season with wonderful the local boys winning the Southern California Newmans ability in coaching a team from a small schoolto a high position set him out as the lead ing high school coach of the PROHIBITED ON BBTJBHOOVERBD LAND SEPTEMejEB 1926 BITOHEYB FAME BPBEADS TO FAB EAST A BUpping from the North China under date of July has reached our contain ing a lengthy article on the accom plishments of George Bit now of giving him the apt cognomen of The Columbus of the We are doubly proud of Bitchey because he is a resi dent of San Oabriel and it is pleasing to note that his fame has spread to all parts of the An emergency number has been passed by the county atHollywood The members of the Covina Lions clubto the number of leadershipvof their presi Chas motored to Hollywood on Wednesday and pre sented the program at the regular weekly lunceon of the Hollywood in the diningroom of the Holly wod Athletic TKe program was one of the best that Covina could vocal solos by Leta Nash accom panied by Hal piano solos by Lion Robert instru mental by Earl Cannom on the Chin ese and several numbers by Covinas well known com posed of Earl Balph Krue Johnson and James Hod The program was presented by Lion Tony Schornagle in a manner which reflected credit on the Covina Included in the numbers by Pinckney was The the composer who is a member of the Hollywood Behymer of Los who is the foremost authority in musical and dramatic circles in Southern Cali was present and highly com plimented who appeared on the was presided President 5asshei Interest Running High in Coming Football Season Even before school interest is keen coming seasons foot ball on Wednesday after noon a preliminary practice was held by Coach boys for about three teams were which makethem look even huskier than the old suits Thefleld has been planted to iWYT Wl sjpJIenAid new and commodious bleachers will also be a welcome convenience to the big crowds expectedthis Newman will get into regular prac tice early this year having already arranged games with and other tf thp other schools in the local league convened earlier than the Covina school and have been at Among theseis where Hbbbs acollege team mate of to coachthis FOBMER COVINA BOY AT AOBIOUIiTTJEAL COLLEGE Gus Malone has received a letter from her Philip Thur who attended the Covina school for several The young man graduated from the Petaluma high school is now a junior in the Agricultural special izing in He is sports ed on the college the Bar and also reporter for the sports department of the Oregon In activities he was president of his class last year and is president of his college club this Crawfordand Miss Katherine Maurer anU her two Misa r Miss CHUBOHES WILIi THE OPEN1KO OF OOHOOLS The service at the high school Sunday evening will celebrate the openirig of the and also toe the last of the union meetings for the summer of the cooperating A speaker of exceptional unit Is being David Dnrand of will entertain the abi White Waftet wfli be the roll hu i dlitinct appeal f or family in the Seven une In jured in Wreck at Sunset Avenue William Mary his Donald aged her Lynn William her daugh Baldwin The toll as enumerated above is the brief story of possibly the most tragic accident ever chronicled in the San Gabriel The tragedy occurred shortly before 7 oclock on Sunday evening at the Sunset boule vard crossing on the Southern Paci just north of the Valley boule This party of eight had left the home of and wellknown ranchers of North Whittier a few minutes be fore they were struck by an oncom ing Southern Pacific limited passen ger The reason for the acci dent will possibly nevvr be as tlie William Knights Templar Will Present New Hospital to Home An event of both local and state wide interest will be the dedication ofthe hospital at the Covina Masonic Home for which will occur on September This beautiful new building has been presented to the Home by the KnigfttsI Templar of The program oncers and ladies of the Grand Commandery will assemble at the Jonathan Los where autos will take then to Co yinai Visitors will be supplied with a basket lunch furnished by the lunch at Covina city r assemble at Covina for The line march will be from the park on San Bernardino road to on Citrus to west on Badillo to and theer back to the presentation of the hospital to the Music by either Los Angeles or Golden West In by Grand Prelate emeritus Beuben Bemarks by Grand Commander intro ducing WilliamG past grand tendering the hos pital to the grand master of Masons in Formal acceptance by the grand master in behalf of the Delivery of the keys to the hospital to the president of the boar of trustees of Masonic Benediction by grand Emi nent Sir exhibition drill and return to Los Angeles and dress for dinner at Marie to include all grand officers and in spectors of departments and their repair to the Shrine mosque for tke reception to the grand mas Albert All arrangements are in BEACH ROTABLANB VISIT THE COVINA CLUB A large delegation from the Long Beach Rotary club was in attendance the noon luncheon yesterday of he local They came at the re of Covinas Henry and had full charge of the program for the The princi pal was George senior partner of one of the largest tuilding material firms on the Paci fic Laschelle is well mown in International His address was upon Business Met but could have been more pro perly entitled He proved in a most convincing way Tow this virtue carried into business an redound not only to the inter sts of the but the Laschelles firm dis ributes every six months to its em Jloyees twenty per cent of the net Among the Long Beach Botarians resent were James George Charles Don Samuel Morris and Allen Chjtrles Qtt of one whoparticipated on thft program for the initial performance play early Worth Billions i These boys and girls of and mine wealth money could equal their value to to And no could bny for cowing generation as much in value as the edu cation they are getting now teachers anil dl the rest of us have a grave responsibility to teach the men and women of to profit from tests met to gain by to gauge the future To teach that earning money alone is not but that right handling of and are requisites for First National Bank of Covina Member of Federal Reserve System Covina Valley Savings Bank The Associated Banks at that time of the evening upon the Six of the passengers of the ill fated car were instantly the Smith of Baldwin Park and Lynn Mea dor of who were rush ed to the Covina hospital in the Miss Stella a business woman of Los who was re turning to her afterhaving spent day with her f Groom of Puente Co The inquest revealed the fact that the party had left the Hoag home on North Whittier Heights to attend revival services in Baldwin which for the past three weeks had been conducted by the Opperman of who had been entertained at the Hoag home dur ing the Following a long delay of nearly two awaiting instructions from the county the bodies were removed to undertaking parlors at where on Tuesday after noon the inquest was held over the seven Beador having died at the Covina hospital Tuesday The remains of William Hoag and her Lynn will be taken east this week by the bereaved husband and buried at the family home in All other victims of tragedy have been laid to rest in the Whittier who was in stantly leaves a wife and five residents of and William Hoag and the latters had only been in California a few coming from Illinois on ac count of Hoags delicate The reason her husband was out of the party at the time of the accident was due to the fact that he was working as a f umigator in the North Whittier Heights Another distressing feature is the fact that this young at the time of the was expecting to be a mother within two The only survivor is Smith of Baldwin whom his physi cians state will recover from the ef fects of the over five hundred Sir an ladies will be present on this occa MASONIC HOME FAMILY BACK FROM SUMMER GAMP PIONEERS ASKED TO EEOISTEE AT FAIB The Historical society of Pomona valley will install a register in its booth in the Los Angeles county and is anxious to have all citizens from Covina and vicinity who resided in Southern California prior to register their names Much interesting history of early days has been gathered by the and by this method of reg will add much Walter Herrou and Tuny Fiikle worth of the Covina have returned from u Kuccessful detr hunt in the Mammoth Two 4poiut buvks fell to their unerring The Masonic Home family return ed last from the summer camp at The entire group of nearly one hundred and fifty spent the summer in the permanent accompanied the matron and v COVINA HUNTEBS HAVE GOOD LUCK IN SIEKBAS Hurley writes from the High Sierras that the Covina hunters are having good He had killed one Herbert Casey and Coe Shrimp lin had each shot and one of the boys of the party had also killed RECEPTION FOB MOTHERS The high school ParentTeacher as sociation will give a reception for the mothers of the freshmen and the sophomores at the high school on Wednesday September at 3 As School Days Draw Near sure that your chil dren are not handicapped with poor Very often poor grades are di rectly due to poor eye sight or the inability to focus at close Also make sure that your chil dren do not wear glasses Bring them to a safe optometrist who has years of experi ence with childrens eyes and will not fit glasses un less it is positively neces Examination Free Raymond Finch OPTOMETRIST Phone 10421 Covina With Finch Brothers Businesswomen Attend Meeting in Hollywood Last Friday was letter for twenty members of the Professional Womens when they chartered a bus and attended the state convention of the held at Hollywoodthe 3rd and The morning was spent at the stu visiting Cecil de Mille s corpora with a peepin at Corrine Grif Douglas and Marie Prevost were rehearsing Man and Priscilla Dean and her supporters in a scene of Hearts At the press in the Story was of specialinter as Alma Myra Nye and Katherine Lipke were guests Alma as dealt in taking as her subject My Fellow Newspaper Wo Miss as came in for while Nye was commended for her success aa Continued on last page We carry nothing but the best in FRESH and CURED MEATS Cold per pound Meat Witch Cooked Corn per Best Pood 8 Jevne Tartar 8 Thousand Island Lea Perrin ServeBite Peanut Butter different 6 Strawberry 16 jar per 5c Chocolate 3 per Bishops lOc 2 Cocoa Almond Soap 6 Mission Bell 3 Whitsel MARKET BAKERY Service Store 3 Phones Free Delivery cHiree figures mean extra motor car value Buick Motor cars are now desig nated by their wheelbase ScfieB One Fifteen has 114V2 inches of Series One Twenty is 120 inches from axle to and Series One Twentyeight measures 128 Many several inches shorter than Buick and without advantages offered by Buick are priced considerably Compare the wheelbase length of other cars to before you spend your Irven Reynolds Buick 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