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Covina Argus (Newspaper) - June 1, 1928, Covina, California Page Two THE COVINA ARGUS JUNE 1 1928 IP YOU ENJOY A CUP OF REAL COFFEE TRY Golden Glow FRESH ROASTED box Graham Rough Dip Fancy Ginger per Libby s Corned Beef Libbys Ragon beef ean String 2 Saner per Pettijolm Breakfast Food Dinamite Cereal Bread and Butter French Daughertys Pickles in including Sweet Pickled Chow Chili THREE PHONES FREE DELIVERY Whitsel Pioneer Provisioners California A World of Clipping 6 Interest Coupons Four times a year you clip 6 interest coupons from your ANGELUS Investment CERTIFI Theyre good as sound and Besides being tax exempt in ANGELUS CERTIFICATES always worth par carry a withdrawal thus keeping your money available upon short Come in or write TODAY for full ANGELUS BUILDING LOAN ASSOCIATION 615 GRAND AVE LOS ANGELES Resources Oner UnderStafe If We Were to Tell You we you might not believe and there would exist a difference of and you would derive no Bring your automobile troubles to us and a mutual benefit that is GOSPEL THE WEBBER GARAGE Phone 12111 DAD Prop Citrus and Badillo ORONITE J JW Kills em dead and many other insects FLY SPRAY LOCALS Argus Want Ads Bring Immediate Results ALLWAYS 11NIFORM San Gabriel Valley Milling Company Caterers to Chickens Phone 24111 Blue no more Ask for demonstration of electric washing Costs you nothing and will help you decide which to Stead Electric phone tf Mary Forbes entertained last Friday evening with a theater party for Bertha who leaves Covina this week to visit her sister in Alhambra until her depart ure for her home in The other guests were Emily Ella Bon and Curtis of Wilson Hall and Ford entertained at dinner last week Thursday ot the Ford in Hall The tables were pret tily decorated in old rose and the same color scheme prevailing in the The evening was spent with games and The guests were and Elmer and Merle and and George Powers of Ella Middaugh is visiting her Jack in San Last Sunday and Merle and and Elmer King and and George Powers spent the day at Glen Ivy in the San Bernardino The following party motored to Victorville to spend the holiday with Edward grandson of Olive Coffin and George Los and Duke and and Martin and and Arthur and Charles Try Hanks Barber 234 Citrus Care of womens and childrens hair a tf and Raymond and and Dudderar spent Wednesday with and Me Intosh and Mr and Dud Urur in Long and Paul Lamb of Burlingame have been guests this week of and Cham Skimier of Glendale was a guest several days last week if and ind Dancer took her home on Van who has been visiting the Dancer also returned to her home ia San Diego on Friday Ellen Beach Yaw Cannon is presenting two of her pupils of Miss Ethelyn Baldridge and Don ald in a recital for their friends on Sunday afternoon at the home of and Ben Carter spent several days this week in Los Angeles as the guest of Olive Coffin of Cypress ave nue will spend the weekend in Los Angeles with her George and accompanied by her and family of Lamanda went to Lompoc this week to spend a few with his sister and her have taken a flat at the San Antonio on West Badillo Charles Berry of Barranca who has been seriously ill for some weeks and who underwent an operation for the removal of a tumor at the Covina was in a very condition for some but shows signs of Her younger and his wife of Los Angeles have been in attendance with Berry the greater part of the Joe Wilko attended a bridge luncheon given Wednesday by her and Dietrich in Santa and Daigle of Hol lywood have been guests this week of and Elmer The Pythian Sisters will entertain on Wednesday evening with a card party in the Pythian Henry Damerel will attend the Hollywood Opera club luncheon n Monday in Hollywood and on Sun day will be the guest of and Dye and and Har land In Long and Barnes and spent Sunday with Hattie Mitchell in Baldwin and Carl Shirley and son were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Hal Brooks in Los Angeles Beardsley and two daughters spent Sunday afternoon and evening with Miss Minnie Bie seckcr in and Matthew Barnes and family spent Sunday with an aunt and uncle in Stillson of San Francisco has been a guest this week of Alice George Scofield entertained the members of the Ladies Aid of the Methodist church at her home Thursday and Elward of Los and and George Steed were dinner guests Sunday of and piano Ampica factory cre Phone tf and Buresh and j family attended a family picnic held in honor of Scott of Delano Sunday at Ganesha and Ferguson at tended a bridge party Wednesday evening at the home of and Fred Westrum in Satuur day evening they will also be guests at a bridge party at the home of and Billy King in and Charles Bull spent Sunday with relatives in A was born to and Sherman Hale in Re Hale is a son of Charles Hale and formerly made his home on Barranca Miss Mamie Cook and Miss Lilian Douglass entertained the ten girls of the Sunday school class of the former of the Holy Trinity church with a picnic party at Long Beatrice Murray of Los An geles was a guest Friday of Rosa and Roy Brandon Tor ranee were guests Wednesday of and Henry Orders taken for per crate 30 You to Phone tf Hough of Banning and William Green and little son arc guests over Decoration day of ind Elmer and Gauldin and attended The Trail of 98 at the Chinese theater n Hollywood Saturday and Gradler spent ast weekend in the cottage of ildrich in Manhattan Kcrckhoff and and George Hately ivent north this week to attend the graduating exercises of the Domini of which Miss Frances Kxrckhoff is a at San Ra They will make a trip through he Yosemite valley before returning The mixed boys and girls glee clubs of the high school spent the day at Laguna Beach last Swimming was enjoyed in the morning and Dinner was cooked on the beach at 12 and a weinie roast held at 6 after which the students started and Trask Gant enter tained the Community Dinner club at their home Tuesday and Robert Miss Dorothy Estep and Barry Everett were among the guests at a party at the cabin of and Pettit of Los Angeles in the San Dimas canyon on and Charles Everett of Bedlands were guests Tuesday of and Frank McClellan entertained the members of the Rebekah Bridge club at her home Tuesday and Gilbert Nigg have from a motor trip to Sunny where they were the guests of Niggs They made the trip by way of the returning the inland Porter Kerckhofl leaves Fri ilny morning for the He will stop at the Buick factory in where will be met by and from there they will drive to New York and Mon where they will visit Mr Kerekhoff s Walter Lov driving leisurely Miss Elizabeth Whitcomb of Los Angeles was it weekend guest of Dr and and Phillips and and Bronson were among the guests at a formal dinner at the Jonathan club in Los Angeles on Wednesday given by Feisthamel of who is a frequent visitor in in honor of Feisthamels birth the piece de resistance being imported Mongolian At the conclusion of the dinner the par ty adjourned to the Pom Pom night club on Santa Monica where Feisthamel was host to a nights entertainment of dancing and a Saturday June will be given by the Rebekah lodge in the Five piece Admission Ev erybody Itp Frances Read of Moorpark is a guest this week of her Gauldin and and Eckerman spent Decoration day in Santa Mon ica with NEW PtTENTE BANK BTOXJMNO DEDICATED Several hundred residents of Pu ente and vicinity were callers at the First National bank and Puente Sav ings bank Saturday afternoon and evening on the occasion of the in spection of the newly equipped banking The bank presents a more uptodate appearance in its new dress of new floor covering and fine new fixtures and COVINA FOLKS LOOK AT HIM SWALLOW NteKT SIMP PRON6S lAMQSTRl By Ralph and Les DO MB A WIUYAj AN1 CrGT ME SOME LtNlMENT FROM FROSTS V The healing place for physical bruises is right here where pure drugs are Socal can be remedied with a gift from our selective WE GIVE GREEN STAMPS SAVE WITH SAFETY at Frosts Rexall Store Phone 10011 114 Citrus in Model T Fords Expenditure of few dollars may enable you to get thousands of miles from your old car THE Model T Ford is still a great It led the motor industry for twenty years and it is used today by more people than any other More than eight million Model T Fords are in active service in town and and many of them can be driven for three and five years and even longer at very small upkeep The cost of Model T parts and of necessary labor is unusually low because of established Ford New for cost from to with a labor charge of to Tuning up the motor and replacing commutator brush and vibrator points costs only with a small charge for Brake shoes can be installed and emergency brakes equalized for a labor charge of only A labor charge of to will cover the overhauling of the front rebushing springs and spring and aligning and adjusting The labor charge for overhauling the average rear axle runs from to Grinding valves and cleaning carbon can be done for to A set of four new pistons costs only For a labor charge of to you can have your motor and transmission completely Parts are All of these prices are of because the cost of materials needed will depend on the condition of each They the low cost of putting the Model T Ford in shape for thousands of miles of additional See the nearest Ford and have him estimate on the cost of reconditioning your Model T He will tell in exactly how much the complete job will FORD MOTOR COMPANY Michigan Years of Service
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