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   Covina Argus (Newspaper) - June 1, 1928, Covina, California                                JUNE 1928 THE COVINA ARGUS Page Five Graduation Day right at hand Have you decided upon the gift to your graduate that will make this day live long in happy memory Graduation represents a great achieve It isLa day that deserves com We are exactly the remembrance that will be cherished for years as the symbol of your apprecia tion and But come in NOW FINCH Jewelers and Optometrists Phone 10421 LOCALS Jf fast Corner Second and Italia Streets The Church With a Community Program 11 The ThreeFold Force of Progress A challenge from the new Arthur Edwin to the people of Coviria The will sing PRAISE YE THE by Randegger Phoebe Ara Director Come and Bring Your Friends HEALTHY ORANGE TREES ARE A MARVEL OF BEAUTY USEFULNESS Keep your trees free from Scaly Bark by the Perry best control Very remarkable results are being obtained by this process in the hands of competent you Experienced Ronan and Fred are with me in this line of Have you other orchard problems Let me help you solve them at a nominal EDWIN JOBE Phone 18424 The Govina a Worth It Covina Theatre Friday and June 12 LON CHANEY in LAUOH Should Women Drive MGM News Sunday and June 34 THE GOODBYE KISS Mack Bennetts ninereel special with JOHNNY BURKE the screens latest find Soup to MGM News June 66 BRINGING TOP FATBOBB with Farrell Polly Moran and Marie Dressier The Smile Gang Golden Family Nite Wednesday and the Thursday and June 78 MARY PHILBIN in SUBBJ3NDEB A tremendously thrilling drama Fiddlesticks ra Harry Laiig don special comedy Call Stead Electric appli tf Miss Betty Phillips returned home Friday from her first years work at the University of Presents for Covina Book and Art G8 and and and and Nelson MacFar land attended the Vermont picnic held Decoration day at Sycamore Florence Onions and Gibson spent Thursday with friends in Long Mary Hancock arrives Sun day from Ventura for a visit with and Tyler of West Badillo Graduation Covina Book Art 68 Barbara Crook celebrated her tenth birthday on Monday by entertaining ten little girls at the home of her par and For all kinds of notary large assortment of blanks on see notary old National Bank Phone tf and Vaughan arriv ed week from Ken for an extended visit with their son and his and Jack on Cameron and Sam Stead and and Boyd King made a trip to Yosemite leaving Sunday and returning Wednesday and Booth cele brated their fortieth wedding anni versary Wednesday with a family picnic at the home of their daughter and her and Table decorations were in the national flags and flowers be ing used and covers were laid for COVINA SHOE STORE 141 Citrus Avenue George We have installed the latest ma therefore are in a position to do the best kind of shoe rebuild All work Prices are even cheaper than according to the materials we Give us a tf Nora Fisher was the guest of her and family in to hear her Alta take part in a school op eretta which was given Friday even Robert Simpson was host to the thirteen members of the graduating class of the Lark Ellen school Friday evening at the home of his and Earl The young people enjoyed a weinie bake in the with games outdoors and with a late The Manners and Morals club of the girls of the seventh grade of the Covina grammar with their had a nice outing Friday ev ening when they spent an hour in the city park followed by a picnic supper in the For plumbing and plumbing repairs call 407 First tf Thomas Thorkelson enter tained the members of the Aronda bridge club at luncheon and bridge Friday at her home in Valencia Benedict and Harry Gilson were dinner guests Friday ev ening of and David Smith and his wife and who have been guests of and leave Sat urday for San and will sail June 8th on the Grant for Ja pan to spend several and and August Edna Andres will attend a dinner given in honor of the 89th birthday of the mother of Boeshinz in Ontario this and Harry Dail and and Miss Mary Simpson of Pasadena were guests Wednesday of and Earl and Henry Van Ginkle and family spent Wednesday at Bal Misses Margaret and Ellen Lallum of Long Beach were guests Sunday of and Howard Hutchison entertain ed Saturday with a bridge Five tables were arranged with bas kets of summer flowers and the guests spent the aflcnoon at Ellis Coman won first prize for high schore and Glen Hutchison a prize for low Stevens of Baldwin Harvey Paul James Alexander and Joe Wilke were awarded prizes for high score at each and William Daughtery of Venice and Ella Henry of were guests Sun day and Miss Glisman of Los Angeles was a guest over Decoration day of and CALIFORNIA Order cut floral Stead Electric Tele phone tf Oscar Miller left Wednesday morn ing to spend a month visiting with relatives in Kansas City and neigh boring Lutyen and Oscar Miller returned Friday night from Santa where they had been in attendance at the state convention of ParentTeacher Clarence Hodges of Pasadena spent last weekend with and For quick service oa plumbing and plumbing call tf Charles Hassheider entertain ed with a complimenting Miss Alice Pannier of whose marriage will occur on June Covers were laid for fifteen members of the family at tables decorated in baskets of spring flow ers in pastel Following the luncheon the guests progressed to the home of where a shower of miscellaneous gifts awaited the HAVE YOUR BROKEN FURNI TURE REPAIRED AND BEFIN ISHED LIKE SEE 534 HOWARD tf David Kinney and spent the weekend at Lundes Big Bear Searcy will spend the next week attending the state dental association convention being held at Long and Arthur Stuekey and family and and Wilson Hall and family picnicked at the Los An geles county park in San Dimas can yon and Fred Cleland and and Lu cille Walton of Long were guests Sunday of and Roy The Kings Guard class of the Methodist church will have its an nual mite box opening at the city park Tuesday after A good time has been A lawn par ty is being planned for some time during the Phillip Thurmond wiJVbe graduat ed from the Oregon agricutural col lege this is a nephew of Malone Adeline AVilsoh and son of were guests oi Crane on Memorial day They also attended the pioneers pic nic at the gum grove in Keeney and daughter Betty of Los attend Memorjal services at Oakdale ceme tery on They were lunch eon guests of Forbes and Stanton enter tained Decoration day with a picnic dinner in their Their guests were and Heath and famiy of Van and Mrs Norman Wright of anc Jones and family of ant Sawyer Mr and Charles Coltrin and family Clara and Ar thur Stuekey and and Mrs Anna and Randack wil entertain Friday evening at th Mountain Meadows country clul with a dinner in celebration of thei silver wedding Coven will be laid for nineteen friends a tables beautifully decorated in silver NonMillUry Accredited llth Fireproof Location Boarding rjtt Day PrrparA for Colleges Universities and for College Board Examina tions where but Christian In Alf o a Jjinior School For grades five to separately und Send for new illustrated catalogue or call personally if Box 30 California Select your Live Leather Belt here When your vest comes off for the hot it places an extra responsibility on your Step out this Spring with a handsome Belt made of Live Leather th at Price FINCH Jewelers and Optometrists California EYESTRAIN The cerious effects of eye strain are felt mainly outside the and pains and illhealth which result are gen erally attributed to all causes but the right Perfect sight is not always indicative of perfect for the ones who often see best suffer the worst forms of eye Have your eyes and wear they are needed Raymond Finch Optometrist Phone 10421 With Finch Nora and Smith and Hill of Pasa ena attended the services at the oldiers home at Sawtelle Decora ion later picnicking at the Tuesday afternoon the girls of the HiTri had a plunge party nd picnic at the city Xext at the Methodist tiss a vill be the guest of honor and the Frank Frank Russell Vines of Huntington Park and Davis of Miss Pearl Jiddaugh and James Cannoin were guests on Sunday of Annie Thams real homemeade can Saturday special on 60c choco ate walnut 49c per Phone tf and Reed and fam ily spent Wednesday at Balboa On Friday of last week they ittended a family reunion held in Brookside for Reeds William Water who leaves Saturday to re urn to his home in the Hawaiian There were about forty of the members of the family As an outcome of a golf tourna ment that was in progress Wednes day the Mountain Meadows in which about fifty took Jere Bowden won a silver cup and Rice won second place and a half ilozen golf Prather entertained a party of friends from Los Angeles and San Francisco at tea Sunday af Presents for Covina Book and Art 68 Ellen Derand and Miss Jean ette Kelly and little son of Wilmar were guests Wednes day of Florence and James Hancock of Fresno were guests last week of and It pays to select lumber Often years of service depend upon the quality of lumber you put into your its the back yard fence or the floor ing in your THIS IS THE TIME when roofing renewals and new roofs are in the minds of We will be glad to be of VineyMilliken Lumber Phone 28111 COVINA TlirownOutWithTrash Bewailing the disappearance of a stock a woman wrote to the company that the missing certi ficate had been in an envelope in a closet and was possibly thrown out with trash when her family moved to a new A Safe Deposit Box is the best place to keep stock says this company to its thousands of Are you running the risk of loss and inconvenience by keeping important papers and valued articles about the home A Safe Deposit Box in our vault would cost you but a few cents a First National Bank of Covina MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Covina VaDey Savings Bank The Associated Banks FOR YOUR DAUGHTER rrVm select suburban day and hooniliiK school In the Olcndurn foot Highest social and pcbolnstio grounds and lienlhful outdoor and all lent Krnde to year hnclns 7th risitors for Misa Parsons and Miss GIRLS COLLEGIATE CALIFORNIA 7T GLENDORA Friday and June 12 Tom Mix DAREDEVILS REWARD Sunday and June 34 William Boyd SKYSCRAPER June 5 Family Night Reginald Denny in ThatVMy Daddy and June 67 Gene Stratton Porters The Harvester When a Man Graduates He Officially Tells the World He Can Think for Himself By his his his he proclaims himself a man of sound Surprising how large a part DRESS plays in achieving that selfconfident but here at John we know that it and are in a position to offer the graduate some valuable suggestions on the matter of graduation JOHN EVANS Style Headquarters   

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