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   Covina Argus (Newspaper) - June 1, 1928, Covina, California                                Page Four THE COVINA ARGUS JUNE 1 1928 f Forever LOCALSf Why You Should Have Childrens Photographs Made Now This is vacation time School and kindergarten no long er call the youngsters to a daily Theres abundant time for You have more leisure with social ac tivities laid aside for the sum mer Children are healthy and happy You can just see the youngsters grow with each new summer colds and minor ills are Little folks are radiantly healthy and And theyre getting grownup so rapidly that you just mustnt postpone those photographs another They can wear summery things Never again will the children be quite so captivating ly cute as they are this Dyc Juck aml Han Right now they are just at the berry of Los Angeles were guests in Graduation Covina Book Art 68 and Summerhays returned Monday from six weeks business and pleasure trip to Chi and Frank Dave Miss Colville and and Earl Williams spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Hodges They had splendid luck Frank Shay East Pucnte street is critically ill at her Shay is the bookkeeper in the Broadwell store in Schornagle entertained the Indies of the Covina Lions club on Thursday afternoon in the lounge of the Glendora Foothill hotel with an afternoon of Guests on Friday at the Sherer home were Miss Virginia Evans and Lewis Kurve of Los Miss Ann and Philip Briggs of Little Miss Billie Fowles of West Badillo street celebrated her tenth birthday Wednesday by entertaining Nancy Eiley and Stanford Fowles of Los and Herman Jorgensen and Maideman of Huntington Park were dinner guests Suday of Bertha and Robert Pinkstaff of Los Angeles were guests for and Foster and sons were dinner guests Snnday in the home of and John Thompson in Los and Ben Millikan had as their guests Memorial day Mil ler and Burroughs of San Diego and and Ralph Robbins of Colonel and who have been spending the winter in and Miss Louise Dixie of Louis were guests a few days this week of Sunday dinner guests in the home of and Hayncs were and John Ott of Santa and Dye had as their guests Memorial day and over night and Donaldson and and Scott Baptists Honor Veterans Sunday morning the Baptist church held a patriotic especially honoring the members of the local and the Womans Relief who attended in a Troops 1 and and West Covina Boy were present and took part in the Menvin from troop gave the assembly a call at the op ening of the and the bugle call to the colors as the flag was carried The choir gave appro priate selections and the delivered a patriotic The Gilmore Mer win and played two duets on the saxophone and A happy part of the service was the presentation by the Womans Relief Corps of a beautiful flag to Scout troop and standards to Troops 2 and the West Covina scontmaster of also presented a picture to which was received by a member representing the Three members of the Grand Army of the Republic were rades and John LOCALS LEAF YEAR DANCE IS ATTENDED BY MANY One of the delightful parties of the season was the leap year dance given on Saturday evening at the Womans clubhouse by and Aschenbrenner and and Ronald The auditorium had been transformed into a moonlit garden by spring flowers and a realistir which smiled and frowned down on the The moon and the clever designs for the guidance of the guests were the handwork of Miss Gladys Aschcn The vancolored invitations had been written in and some of the acceptances also in poetry were read and a prize for the best wras awarded and Prizes were also given for luckyspot Refreshments carried out in the ame colors as the decorations were erved in the followed by About one hundred and fifty guests enjoyed the Los Ant Dorothy and Donald will And how proudly they wear those new summer clothes youve just added to the wardrobe Its so much easier for you Now that the weather man is on good its so much easier for you to get the children ready and bring them No need to bundle them up no fear of catching Just telephone and let us know when youll be Phone Govina Tucker Studio PHOTOGRAPHS FRAMES SUPPLIES of all kinds ALBUMS KODAKS and SUPPLIES MOVIE CAMERAS and FILM ine or Graduation Gijts My two full acres sllsn for To a momb ini small down total price Water oleclric paved deep ideal for garden nil No trades or Write Address care ilils Cantilever tor men Always Coiiifnriiljli nnd Always Fitted 728 Hill Street 41M Colorado Los AnyeleH Iasadeua Paste Makes Ants Disappear At TlieDruq Store NeiirJheJiomt be Dye home and Seth Colver and and and Coons are to be guests Sunday n the home of and Joseph Moxley in Huntington and Clifford attend d the anmlal Vermont sugar picnic n Sycamore Grove and Brittian enter ained over night Tuesday E Williamson of who attend ed the district convention at the Methodist Wednesday Mr iVilliamson and an with Williamson were guests for dinner and In the afternoon they visited the Kellogg and LaFollette of Whittier were guests Memorial day in the home of and Wednesday guests of and Wolfinger were and Dutton of Walther of and Sterling Khoades of San Fran Miss Bhoda Lightner of Los An geles was a Sunday guest in the home of and Bertha Philleo has as her house guest this week her Miller of and Clifford will entertain tomorrow with a dinner fur ten guests from out of and Clyde Batchelder at tended the Xew England picnic Sat inday at Sycamore MVCall Smith of San ed the Western Humes and was a dinner Sunday of and Wolfinger was a guest Tuesday at a card party given by Radfurd in Huntingtoi basket dinner of the lias been postponed from June 5th until June It will be held at the Ben Thorpe and Maxwell and and Barnes were called into Angel Friday by the death of an old Xe braska and James Beardsley and children spent Wednesday with rind Holland in San Ber On Friday evening they will attend a also in San Bernar which is being given to an the engagement of Miss Hel en Shorey tn Robert and Stout celebrat ed their fortyfifth wedding anniver sary with a quiet family dinner on Tuesday evening at their home on West Center Stout has been very ill for several but has shown signs of improvement the past and Stewart and of Sun were weekend guests of and SUNDAY RAILWAY PASSES AVAILABLE SATURDAY Sunday passes on the Pacific Elec tric will hereafter be sold at all ticket offices of the railway on Sat urday of each local Agent Studebaker today This action was taken because of the fact that many ticket offices are not open on while others are kept open but a few hours during the Purchases from the local agency are credited to the commun ity and the volume of sales is the basis upon which improvements and service betterments are largely deter it is desirable that local residents purchase tickets at the railway station rather than on Conductors on trains and motor coach operators will also sell these Sunday passes on both Saturday and Sunday in the LADIES OF AID GATHER AT THE SCOFIELD HOME George Rowlanc was hostess to the Ladies Aid of the Methodist Episcopa Thursday with more than fifty ladies The devotions were conducted bj Seth Eeker man rendered piano selections and Variations o The Sweet Bye and Mis Elin accompanied by Mis Lucy sang Thanks Be T God and At the close of the business sessio the assisted by G Whitsel an Merwin served blueberr pie a la The next meetin will be held on the third Thursda of instead of the regular More People Bide on Goodyears Folks Clark count who are residing in Los Angeles gathered at the Covina city park Saturday for areunion and pic There were about one hundred in the and McNatt plan to attend the Lions convention to be eld next week at San From here they will visit Lake Tahoe and lake a trip up the Redwood High ay Potter and and scar White of San Diego were re ent guests at the home of nnd James William riney and Herbert Milliken cn ertained about sixty friends Thurs ay afternoon at the home of the ormer with an afternoon of CARD OP THANKS We extend our heartfelt thanks to ur many friends for their kindness nd sympathy in our hour of J tfaud GOODYEAR on any otter TABEWELL PICNIC Complimenting Helen ho leaves Covina on June 3rd for er former home in wentysix relatives gathered in the Ity park last Sunday for a Orr has resided with her bro at or the past year or The following were present Men Rule and Edi on Orr and and lerbert Lewis and and Andrew Wil ams and Miss Virginia liss Linda Clayton Katherinc and Howard 11 of Los you tell j and we TELL itis the worlds greatest tire ZUGS GARAGE First and School hone 18661 MONEY CANT BUY A BETTER OIL ihan THE NEW ZEROLENE m slays OILY A STANDARD OIL PRODUCT Use Wants Ails for CSTILLWELLS afeteria 633 Good Prices Fine for Smoking PleaM Ride All Day BRIDGE LUNCHEON The entire Chapel Inn at Duart was filled with the guests of Mr Ferguson and Hur when they entertained about fift friends at luncheon on Th afternoon was spent playing bridg at the home of Ferguson on Bo nita The livingrooms were lovely with flowers and lighted tap A dozen ladies who do not play cards were given a guersing contest whih resulted in a prize being awarded For bridge the first prize was awarded to George the Trask and Harold Ferguson and her husband al entertained in the evening with a bridge dinner for eighteen friends rrnni LIPS Angeles and CITRUS PRUNING AND SCALY BAUK DISCUSSED An allday meeting will be held at the Reynolds Covina boule vard and June beginning at at which time both citrus pruning and scaly bark wiU be Citrus irrigation soil management will be the sub ject for a meeting to be held Thurs June nt at the Irwindade packing CARBURETORS ZUGS GARAGE First and School Phone 18661 Exclusive Distributor for CO BALDWIN PARK YSUR SHOES C A tD WELLS BALDWIN PARK BIRTHS The following births have occurred at the Covina hospital in the past two weeks To George Gray nee Ida a son to on the a son to Evtrett a daughter to Hollis on the a make of him a lour r CUSTER CHRISTIANSEN Funeral Service Phone 12345 on a Red Car Pass XTEXT SUNDAY visit the fa mous beauty spots of South ern For transporta tion use a special Red Car Start as early as you Board a train at the most con venient Pass Visit the the See the missions at San Fernan do and San Take the De Luxe Motor Coach trip over Beverly Ride to Go anywhere west of and including except on a secured from your station agent or conductor on the Pass The pass adds the famous Lowe mountain trolley and the circle tour of the orange empire east of Uplands to your day of It is good over the entire Pacific Electric no matter what your des Thrills for You Youll enjoy this new travel ar rangement because you ride as a privileged passenger of the You when and as long as you When ready to go you merely show your pass to the Red Car or Mo tor Coach No No No red The complete system is at your ser You can return to your home any time Sunday Your pass is valid until 2 Monday Profit by these Sunday Adapt them to fit your particu lar They represent great savings over any 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