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   Covina Argus (Newspaper) - June 1, 1928, Covina, California                                Page Six THE CO VINA ARGUS JUNE 1 1928 New Herman Allison Residence Completed on Covina Boufevard HOOVER DELEGATES LEAVE FOR REPUBLICAN CONVENTION HERBERT HOOVER Armed with popular votes for Herbert cast in Califor tion to southern Cali Eepubli ilia at th fornias de can national convention will leave for Kansas June boarding the bound north to join with other state dele on a Southern Pacific special Third district Lester Sacramento Charles Stockton James Martinez Adding another distinctive type of Spanish architecture to the growing number of fine residences in and near the home built for and Herman Allison on Co vina boulevard has just been com pleted by architect and of The home compares well with any of this type to be seen in southern and is of distinct credit to who is also the archi tect and creator of many modern residences throughout the Set is the midst of an orange its contrasting colors with the green of the foliage gives it a compelling Allison is of the firm of Damerel and shippers and packers of In the upper balcony the bright colored exterior drapes and general scheme lend a romantic as pect to the The de signed on the best of Spanish tradi is a charming with tile floor and the treads being in blue Moorish The fountain is built of lava rocks from the Black wood ranch near where there is a peculiar outcropping of this beautiful The water drips from an earthen pitcher on the changing colors of the and palms soften the the water set with The hall is circular and arched with openings into the livingroom and All interior walls are in twotone The living room fitted with recessed bookcases Large circular windows face the and double doors enter into the The diuingroom is well lighted 01 the east and south with smallpanec Spanish The furniture L an exact replica of a famous castle in buffet and china an addition of a small copper an heirloom o the The kitchen is finishec in a delicate shade of cream anc with builtin Kelvinator elec trie The breakfast room is and Katie I flnshed in with a touch of ligh Sacramento Vallejo blue in the circular china closets Fourth district Marshal Sive Spanish while San Francisco Milton an Francisco Ray Ben gat train direct to the convention The convention special will leave San Francisco at 4 of June arriving at Denver at of the leaving Denver at of that and arriving in Kansas City at of June The convention opens on June John recognized as one of the states greatest and famous as a convention key will introduce Herbert Hoov ers name into the national conven This address is expecteil to be the high spot in the great conven and it is confidently predicted that it will be the signalfur a land slide of favorite son votes to Cali fornia s The delegation Contains many of the states most prominent including state and municipal offi heads of great business con cerns ami and men and women known in civic ami social many of whom are personal friends of Delegations of leading men and women from every city ami community in southern tier of counties will form a huge godspeed and good luck committee who will assemble at the Alexandria hotel in Los Angeles an hour before the train is due to leave the Arcade and the delegates will be escorted with bands and banners to the The delegatesatlarge include IJerjua of San mining man and personal friend of Hoover Will San Francisco Governor Young Mabel Walker Wille assistant United States ati v torney whose home is at Temple former United States Sen ator Frank Flint Licutenant Governor Buron and past National Commander John Quinn of the American Alternatesatlarge are William San Francisco George San Fifth district Mayor James San Francisco Effie San Francisco Ed mund Brown and Walter San Sixth district Joseph Know Oakland Chester Berkeley Earl Oakland Perry Ber Seventh district George Fresno Arthur Bakers fudd Arthur Merced Orval Lighth district Santa Paula John San Francisco Jose Ray Lyman Stan ford Palo Ninth district Joseph South Edith Van de Long Beach Ralph i Los Angeles Mark Tenth district Louis MetroGohlwyn Culver City William Los Angeles Walter Los An geles Los Eleventh district i San Bernardino Judge John La Jolla Justus Or ange Howard San Early Days in Covina TEN YUAKS AOH Ben Milliktin chosen to super vise Covina This is Mil ikans third term as principal of the high Millikan is graduate of Baker Kan and has taken post graduate vork at the University of William Hoogendyk had charge of he memorial services at Oakdale cemetery on the Judge Beuja nin Blodsoo was the speaker of he Frank Chapman left on Monday of this week for where he will enter the Canadian army for duty It is probable that ho will be assigned to the heavy artil as he has been preparing for his branch of the service for some Covina city and valley contributes to Eed The benefit jjiven at the Thorpe homes contrib ited nearly to the Citizens enter vigorous protest against dismissal of Miss Effle Lem ons as viceprincipal of the high One of the most remarkable demonstrations of loyalty this valley has ever experienced was that of the meeting of protest held in the high school auditorium Monday A petition bearing 690 names was fol lowed to the schoolhouse by two thirds of the TWENTYFIVE YEARS AGO Application of the Pacific Electric railway for a franchise to construct and for a period of fifty years to operate and maintain a single or doubletrack railway in Covina was presented to the board of trustees Monday Yesterday afternoon Jennings entertained at her beautiful home on East Badillo street in honor of and Miss Follotte of Hast who have been spending the winter at the Hotel The most important change in busi ness circles this week is the sale of Masons harness and shoe shop to A pleasant feature of this week was the high tea given by and Atwood Wednesday even ing to Miss Bar Miss Sturdevant and Miss Whit teachers in the Covina grammar University farmers institute was held in Reeds hall on The hall was decorated by Prather and Kerck hoff were on the banquet Omer Prescott also lent his ser vices in making the institute a big Daniels and family have mov ed to Los Daniels has purchased a grocery West Covina Last Rites Held for W Woodworth San Francisco George Sun Francisco Will state superintendent of hunks Hubert California I Institute of Technology Fred Van Xuys Joseph Hollywood William1 Los j delegates by districts are j First district Bert Oro Ralph Kureka alter Thomas 1etaluma Kay Oroville Senator i Second district Uichard Col Frederick j Grass Valley j Auburn Desire An gels Friends attending the funeral scr ee for Woodworth filled the auditorium of the Methodist The services were conducted by George with special by Baker of Los a blind There was also pres ent in the audience Burns of Los also and an in timate friend of Beautiful floral offerings covered the casket and banked the including a set piece from the Lions The pallbearers were Har ry James Jerome and Relatives attending from out of town were a Eva and three children from Fres and Gladys and Get Item from Los and Miss Cook of and and McKeiizie and Long dark drapes with bright figures sub due the This room opens intc the walled flanked on the east by the servant and bears an exterior resemblance to Ra monas The garden is land with a fireplace in one cor The servant quarters have a bright modern bath and with builtin bed The basement contains a Payne gas and the laundry room is fit ted with all the modern The guest room in this home is and is a large room with bathroom in ivory with a border of This room faces the All the woodwork in the bedrooms is in Upstairs there is a large bedroom on the with three ex extending across the entire In the north end there is a sewing and there are two bed rooms on the All these have commodious and the one for the daughter has a dress with bathroom in green The hall is conveniently arranged with linen closet and cedarlined closet with shelves for The light fixtures are fitted as ceiling lights in halls and diningroom and are with side lights There are wrought iron handmade candlesticks in the with brass Assisting Feist as subcon tractors were Gordon Silican heat absorbent for the roof Kelvinator by Hallauan of Pomona electric wiring by Stead company of Covina tile work by McWil Pomona landscaping by Lee Roy Smith Cooney Winterbottom of Pasadena plaster ing by William Dyer of Glendora painting by Geore Wright of Bald win Park tile roof by the El Monte Roofing company lumber by Covina Lumber company fountain by Lewis of Glendale iron work by Moore of Monrovia furnishings by Scofield Furniture One of the features is that of a new Stein way a gift to the daughter CHEMISTRY CLASSES VISIT TORRANCE IRON WORKS Mamie Barker and Au gusta Lambertson were guests Mon day of and Taylor of at Long and Taylor arc leaving Monday to spend the summer in their moun tain home in and Herbert Casey and and Ora Gant and Lester Dodenhoff spent the weekend at Hcnshaw near San on a fishing On Wednesday and Casey spent the day with Middleton in La and Wiley spent Tuesday with their Sarah in Los Miss Sheridan of Pasadena was a guest Monday of and Ed Menefee of North Whittier Heights and and George Schurr of Montebello were guests Sunday of and and Lofthbuso of Bassett spent Sunday with and Harris spent AVednesday with Harris in San Hotchkiss entertained the ladies of the Presbyterian church at an allday meeting on and of MacFar land were weekend guests of and and Reynolds and family of Gardena were guests Wed nesday of and Rey The West Covina Fathers club will hold its last meeting of the year on Saturday evening at in the rear of the in the form of an outdoor meeting and barbecue Each attendant brings 75 cents to defray There will be an hour of and an address by Frank Colvillo of Baldwin Informal reports oJ the years work will be West Covina girls held a tennis tournament with Lark Ellen girls on Tuesday playing first dou bles and singles on Covina city park At their weekly Tuesdaj evening the West Covina Scouts helc a candlelight initiation with mem hers of the local committee present Robert Hiuman was installed as ten and Neill Wise commission ed as junior assistant scoutmaster Plans were made for a close of th school year banquet next Tuesdaj The blue banner for 100 pe cent attendance was presented a Camp Huntington was pres ented at the West Covina grammar school boy played Covina grammar school on Tuesday afternoon at firs doubles and the games being played off at West Parents and graduating members of West Covina school will entertain pupils and faculty at a lunch eon in the clubhouse on next Monday Pupils of West Covina are going in for archery with warm The bright red and black target looks good enough to but hiting it is not so It is hoped to make archery an important part of the physical education decathlon in the At the meeting next week Jimnita Gray and Elizabeth winners of first and second prizes re spectively in a recent essay contest on will read their essays and receive Host to Members of AmphionClub The Lewellyn iron workers at Tor was inspected by the chemis try class of the high school on Wed nesday afternoon of last the instructor of the was in with Coach Newman and Miss Jeannero The entire process of iron from scrap iron to shiny new gal vanized was One of the most enjoyable pro grams of the year was attended by a arge number of members and friends of the Amphion club at the beauti ul home of Lindlcy in Azusa last Friday James a young tenor of On sang a group of songs in a pleasing and artistic accom ranied by Miss Georgiella Lay of Los One of the agreeable surprises of he evening was that of two young girls recently from Misses Rldia and who ave a series of piano solos and duets by and other wellknown The jirls are but ten and fourteen years Officers elected for the coming sea son are Ben president Louis vicepresident Ruth The present season will close with the annual picnic on June 22 at the home of and Louis Miller in ANNUAL JUNIORSENIOR TtTG OF WAR PLANNED A series of tugofwar contests has been substituted for the annual can vas rush between the junior and sen ior boys at the high All dope points to the probability that the seniors will be as they have five boys weighing almost 200 pounds The fire hose will be used to cool off the The date has been set for June Catalina Island Vacation WENTYFIVE INSPECTOR RESIGNS Woodhams announces that he is resigning as horticultural in spector for the West Covina Irwindnle and Baldwin Park district The resignation will take effect or June 1 and the new inspector will be available at the Covina chamber of Woodhams is leav ing to accept a position with the As sociated Oil to act as their from Loi An palatial pleasure Milliondollar Caulina and Moun tain Hiking every diversion Famous Glass Bot tom Boats showing wonderful Submarine Wide variety of 1250 cozy tmngalectei largest one floor hotel 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