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Covina Argus (Newspaper) - July 1, 1927, Covina, California LOS ANGELES COUNTYS new trend of development is into the orange and walnut MORE CIRCULATION MORE NEWS MORE ADVERTISING THE SUREST WAY to increase local property values is to trade at BUY IN VOLUME 76 JULY 1927 88 Wilson Furrow Machines To Be Made at Azusa Remodeling of the Paramount Mo tors plant in Azusa began this week in for the manufactur ing at the factory of the Wilson or chard furrowing machine and the new Wilson swinging For several years these which are the inventions of Bingham a rancher of have been well known to orchardists in this and the furrowing ma chine has been manufactured outside of the valley and marketed through the supply department of the Cali fornia Fruit Growers A new copartnership has just been Wilson associat ing himself with Harry Woods and Arnold both of San Woods will be active ly associated with in the business according to a statement issued this week by the Wilson Farm Tool The furrowing Wil son is to enter all sections cross furrow irrigating is including the deciduous The swinging plow is a horsedrawn implement that makes the farrows the dry middles between the treei It is announced thai the firm is a closed anc that therefore no stock selling cam paign will be The f ac BUREAU AT OITT HALL OFFICES A recent acquisition at the city installed by Marshal is a bureau of identification for finger taking photographs and filing records of all arrested within this A floodlight system of photography has been developed by Officer Barry and a filing system of This bureau is recognized through out the state of California as authen tic and functions with all police de partments the United Man Gets Ninety Days for Robbery John Jenkins received a sentence of thirty days in the county jail on Monday morning in the justice s Judge Durrell of Azusa presid The a youth of twentyone or was arrested on the 14th by City Marshal Barry at Beaumont with about a bunch of cigarettes and a blanket stolen from Pedersen s restaurant on Citrus The stolen goods were re turned to the owner and the young man taken to the Los Angeles county pending orders from Washing as he is suspected of being a deserter from Fort tory and two acres of land have been v WHILE THEY LAST Bishops lib Ground Chocolate and R Milk Graber 2y Colossal pints Standard 10c Peeled Green King Oscar Kippered American 3 minimujn can 10c Peet Washing Cardinal Jar 3 Whitsel MARKET BAKERY Service Store 3 Phones Free Delirery Early Business Man of Covina Dies at Hospital Frank o died at the Covina hospital June following several months of was buried Tuesday in Oakdale Fun eral services were held at Custer Christiansens conducted by George who for forty years was a friend of Two duets were sung by the Misses The pallbearers were Henry Hepner of Covina and Smith and Richard Eausch of The death of chronicles the passing of a pioneer who for many years worked for the upbuild ing of this as a rancher and Born near in Smith migrated in his youth where he wasunited in marriage to Miss Hattie The husband and with their two Row land and Hazel came to Califor nia 41 years settling on Wjest Puente on a tenacre the east half being now used as the athletic field for the high school and the west the home of John Following the sale of the ranch Smith established a gen oral mercantile business which was purchased by Broadwell twen tyfive years and has remained one of the leading business institu tions of the After the death of his Smith again married in 1895 Miss Mary and to this union was born one Charles the wife and dying in The last fifteen years have been spent in Mon In declining health for sev eral tho last severe attack occurred on the when Smith was taken to the Covina hos Surviving are his three Rowland Smith of Baldwin Hazel Johnson of and Charles Smith of I and one Lynn Pretty Shower Held Last Friday For BridetoBe A prettily appointed shower was given Friday afternoon the home of Prescofct for Miss Edith whose marriage to Orin Basher occurred The Prescott and had decorated the liv ingroom in pink roses and baby and the diningroom in Shasta combined with baby Dainty refreshments were A clothes hamper bright with bon wan presented and the honoree a search treasures at the dnds of the finding many beautiful The guests were fifteen girl including classmates from California Christian Los and members of the Circle Girls of the Christian Carl Luiidstrom Dies at Hospital Fireworks On Sale By Legion at Longworths All kinds of fireworks are on sale in under the direction of Howard Douglas American with the display at Long worth Harold in charge of the says that the post is to use proceeds to defray expenses of the new drum Several Amercan Legion posts in Southern California have organized drum and bugle and are mak ing a distinct hit at all patroitic af the local members Many of these organizations will go to Paris with the veterans the sec ond Covina men be lieve there is sufficient talent locally to form one of the best musical or ganizations among veterans in the Buy your fireworks of the Ameri can It is an opportunity to double on the post membersspoint In Covina city the fireworks may be set off in but not in the streets and public Big Percentage of 27 Graduates to Enter College It is interesting to note that more than half of this years graduating class at the Covina high school has expressed their intentions of continu ing their Fiftyone out of a class of eightysix are going in for college or Alice Hay and Florence Grant will enter the Good Samaritan and Doris the childrens San for nurses Mildred Robert Thomason and Ruth Neely plan to attend Po mona Blanche Margaret Ada Loyce Margar et Sara Betty Glenn Ethel Thelma have declared for the Uni versity of California at Los Wanda University of Cali fornia at Ruby Ball will attend Redlands university Bernardine Broadoaks Pasadena Ralph La Verne college Muriel school in San Jose Frances Kranz and Claire Whittier col Russel Margaret How ard Tipton and Dorothy Warner will RESTRICTED AREA FOR SHOOTING FIREWORKS A portion of the Adams park tract adjoining the city park has been set aside for the shooting of firecrackers and and during the day Monday will be under the supervision of an No shooting of firecrackers and fireworks will be permitted on the public streets of the city at but with proper caution may be set off in the yards and private places with in the city Covina hospital last Saturday after a short Funeral services wore held Monday at 2 from the Co vina funeral with A Christian Science read in charged Interment was at Oak dale was born in No vember 11 Coming to America he settled in Kansas and married Theresa Olson at in Seventeen years ago the fam ily came to residing in Los Angeles and in the northern part of the as well as near Their home for the two years and a half has been on the Jones ranch on Gladstone Surviving are the widow and two Edith and SUMMER CLASSES Summer classes in high school sub jects will be conducted at the local high school beginning June 27th and continuinguntil August Lee Holden and Miss Marjorie Dow members of the high school will be in and will be glad to give further in formation to any parents or students Covina Product be students at the University of Southern Glenn Bosworth and Hugh Perram will go to Pasadena Junior Lea Et Citrus Junior Darrell Ton do and Francis Charles Eccles and Doris Fischer will do postgraduate work at Erin Colville will study voice and William Kurash will stu dy music in Louise Jones will take private vocal David Walter Glenn Thelma Mariam Don Carroll Robert son have declared for but not chosen the George Gleo Louis Madge Henry Frances Chipley and Pearl Von der Lohe will take business Other young men will at once enter upon their lifes most of them remaining home A number of young women have also chosen their work at home or Los Woman Injured in Auto Accident Hilda Holbrook of York bou Los was seriously in jured last Sunday evening in a col lision on West Covina be tween Orange avenue and Irwindale The accident ocurred at 8 o when Hoibrook and her were returning from a visit at the Masonic Home to see the formers three The Hoi driving a collid ed with a Chevrolet driven by Clyde West of Baldwin The injured woman was taken to the Covina hos Young Man Dies of Heart Trouble at B Death came to Harvey Wood worth suddenly last at Seal while a guest with his family at the summer cottage of and John Wolf of Frail froia the young man was sud denly stricken with his heart whila enjoying the caught her son as he but cord of life had death com ing Harvey Woodworth was the son of and Woodworth of West Puente He twentythree years of Surviv to mourn his are his par a Miss Marjorie Wood worth of and Carroll Wood worth of Funeral services were held Wed nesday afternon at 2 oclock at Cus ter Christiansens conduct ed by Catherwood of former pastor of the Co vina Baptist church and a family Interment was at could be EXCHANGE OF During the month of July the pal pit of the Methodist church will be occupied by Edward pastor of the Presbyterian la during the absence of where she is doing as well as Steed will preach the Presbyterian ears of endence ACK in the Colonies wrote the opening chapter of a record of and Justice for On the Nations Birthday we can review the ideals of those And the personal independence each one can win by build ing up a financial reserve In Observance of The 4th of July This Institution Will Be Closed All Day DONT FORGET THE FUN AT THE CITY PARK THE 4TH FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF COVINA Member of Federal Reserve System Covina Valley Savings Bank The Associated Banks i Your Eyes and Business The demands of modern business and social life are for Good an aid to is expect ed as a matter of since optical science makes it so readily But our eyes change as we grow They lose their ability to see far and near objects with equal They cannot serve us efficiently un less they are Correctly fitted glasses en able the eye to pass instantly from near to distant objects with clear Make an ment today optical appoint Raymond Finch Optometrist Phone 10421 With Finch The Rice a national publication in the interest of rrce culture and contains in the current issue a comprehensive article on a rice product manufactured in Covina by the Co vina Food Products located in the Coolman building near the Southern Pacific The fcompany is just launching a nationwide exploitation campaign of this new concentrated which experts declare is superior to pow dered It is serving the same purpose as that of malted milk at soda and the company an nounces that hospitals throughout the country are accepting it as a regular part of the sick room Anniversary of Wedding Celebrated With Card Party and Earl Williams enter tained Monday evening at their home on Fourth street with a card The affair was given in celebration of their seventeenth wedding anni versary and all decorations in in keeping with the Individual ice cream molded in the of brides and grooms with pas tries were served by tho Prizes for the evening of cards were won by Brotherton and consolation prize falling to Glen The guests were and Lewis and Lo ren and Ealph Ding and and Glen Maple of Watched ly Scouts The Boy Scouts of Covina are well trained in flag observance and have a keen eye for any breach in The Junior Lions and HiY boys had an artistic eye and swung the large flags used in decorating Citrus ave nue according to the law of propor with the union in the two out side flags floating to the east and The Boy after two days of persuaded Officer Barry that all flags on streets run ning north and south should be swung with the stars to the and Tuesday afternoon he obligingly found a tall ladder and made the George Berry Weds Miss Ella Carter of Florida Wednesday noon in Eiverside oc curred tho wedding of Miss Elva Carter of West Palm and George Cath erwood of the First Baptist church of formerly of of The bridal couple were ac companied by and the former a brother of the A wedding was served at the Mission After a short honeymoon at San Antonio can and Berry will visit in Covina for a few and then go to Yosemite after which they will make their home in where Berry has a promising pos ition as a cotton buyer for a Los Angeles Ladies Aid Elects Officers for Year at A nnual Meeting The annual meeting of the Ladies Aid society of the Methodist Episco pal church was held with Ban dall Adams Park Thurs day Chew was as sisted in serving by Eioke and Eeports from the various chairmen showed spleiiuid work accomplished throughout the Officers for tho ensuing year were elected as follows Mat president Edward vicepresident first vicepresident second vicepresident Herman secre tary Hobart trea There will be no regular meetings of this society during the summer SIXTEEN OOVINA MEN ON FISHING TKIP TO BEDONDO A party of sixteen men from Co vina went to Eedoudo Saturday morning and chartered a fishing boat for deep sea A big catch of mackerel and bonita was brought The party was out on the boat eight but the men fished only an hour and a as the boat broke down on the way to the fishing Among those in the party were Walter Gilmore and two Mer win and John son and John Henry Fred and Eoy FUNERAL OP COWCULL ATTENDED SY COVTNAITES EEBEKAH PICNIC The Ecbekah lodge enjoyed a pic nic at the city park last Tuesday This is tho first of a series of social overlings which will be held at the park during the The funeral of Prank wife of for two years pastor of the Covina Methodist was attended by a large del egation from the local Cowgill died at the Methodist hospital in Los from hard ening of the She leaves sur viving her a Miss sor Prank Cowgill and Cow Deceased made many close friends while living in this commun during the pastorate of her hus BUY YOUR FIREWORKS FROM Howard Douglas COVINA Leave Your Order for FIREWORKS Special attention given to Located at Longworths HAROLD POTTER in charge 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