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   Covina Argus (Newspaper) - January 24, 1930, Covina, California                                V THE COVINA ARGUS JANUARY CLASSIFIED LINER ADS FOR SALEFOR RENTWANTEDLOST FOUNP and MISCELLANEOUS 10 cents a with minimum charge of 25 for first 5 cents per line for subsequent insertions of same copy roa BAKB FOR awes 8yearold interact with fruit trees Equipment for 500 Ol house at Maple Abundance o cheap Price cash balance per month Also 3 acres 8yeavold balance easy D Phone 57262 tf SPRING of gallon can shrubs and 15c 7 for Rose bush fifty bush and each 25c free delivery Will exchange nursery stock for bulbs no Jordan Nurser Baldwin 131 FOR home water plant electrically opacity 200 per hour 70 tank 40 good as Phone 124 FOR orange 2 story 8room some chicken corner of Vinccut and Puonte West Phone tf FOR cook good as Cost sell also eoaloil water heater cost sell l31p FOR young White Rock One White Rock Citrus Phono l31p Rollers and Bird cages and West just off Azusa tf MISCELLANEOUS OR FIRSTCLASS paper hanging and phone or call t 1133 Big Daiton Baldwin tf FOR single el 35 AtwaterKent in cabinet with cone B and price Phone It FOR To close out 25c Phone 131 FOR beautiful 6roorn home for under See 224 Dexter tf CUELLOR dealers in horse local 239 Dexter Phone tf FOR fine young Rhode Island Red Phone It FOR BETTER CROPS use Nitrogan ic per Call Paul tf FOR Brahma 8 months 1 Good JbTnyerjv tf FOR Phone tf FOR neck phone tf FOR to 2 acres Vincent and Puente West Phone tf FOR Jersey tf FOR 10 20 tractor good condition bar Phone tf FOR cockerels from prizewinning Phone Ki854 after 6 or Itp FOR electric incub same is for 70cluck Phone tf FOR Dimas lemon Phone 131 FOR water Bill tf FOR vacuum Slightly Phone Itp Toms for 411 Puente tf FOB RENT FOR furnished bed room for one or two 430 Adams Park Drive tf FOB 5room house nnd Cull at Third Itp FOK house on Third Call 131 So Halloran has two cars now he couldnt get his accessor ies all on WAUTED WANTED By middleaged man work o norange Can take charge and handle small Best of l31p ORANGE GROVES Price must be Will pay Write full particulars in first box tf bookkeep bank 5 years wants Best references fur Phono It WANTED Middleaged woman wants to assist with Box Argus Itp W 228 Hol lenbeck Call aSt Itp wants work by hour or 122 Third l24p ranch to care for with house for tenant by reliable young Call 214 shoes to sole at a Caldwells Shoe Baldwin tf SEWING MACHINES rented and Expert aul 320 East Glen Phone tf 1219 Heintz Baldwin tf LOST AND small Fox White with black Glendora West Phone it leather brief case con taining papers valuable to Return to Nigg Itp near De scribe and pay for Phone it property in Glendora for vacant Call 301 East Glendora Phone Ask Knows Your wife has been delirious all said the in a worried calling for you and crying for Hah snorted friend huh ASSESSMENT NOTICE VALENCIA HEIGHTS WATER COMPANY Location of the principal residence of Ben East Janieron NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN hat at a meeting of the Board of Directors held on the 22nd day of an assessment of one lollar per share was levied ipoii the shares of the ayablc immediately to Ben the at the prin oflice of the company Vny shares upon which this assess nent remains unpaid on the 24th lay of will be de and unless payment is made Ji the said or so uany of the said shares as may be will be sold at the priu oliiie of the residence of Ben East Cameron m the 12th day of at ho hour of 9 to pay he delinquent together vith five per cent Dated this 23rd day of January BEN We do both Interior and Exterior DECORATING FOE THE Call us for Crawford PAINTING and DECORATING 329 Center Covina 13R43 OldTimers Gather at Mens Club Meet Continued from first page Valley Protective the latter organization engaged in con ducting a determined campaign to protect the water rights of the San Gabriel An intimate of the methods employed in the earliest days to de velop water and to divide it equit ably among valley users was given by containing many quaint and amusing episodes of the early days of struggle to transform the dry desert into an irrigated After revealing the and some times bitter fight to establish water rights in the during which time he alluded to the efforts of many some of wKom were the speaker outlined the plan of procedure at the present aimed to prevent any irrigating wa ter or storm surplus from being di verted from the valley by any city or He told of the assessments volun tarily placed by ranchers on the acreage in the Gabriel and declared that tne valley proper tyholders arc thoroly aroused to the necessity for concerted action to pre vent or any other from taking water from the San Ga briel The two hundred men most of whom were ranch owners and business concurred heartily in this and showed their interest by repeated Following the one of the best musical numbers of an evening replete with music was that of the trio for clarinet and One Fleeting played by Miss Damerel and PIONEERS TALK Matthews called on a number of the oldtimers present for remin iscences of olden prominent among these being Dan one of the very earliest settlers Bert Marion Clair of and all speaking briefly of the old The audience faced the west for thirty seconds as a mark of respect for oldtimers who have passed with special allusions being made to three pioneers who had died during the and George MILEAMINUTE MARTY THIS BOOK A SJWS EVERY YooMGL PARKS MAN SHOUUO HITCH HIS To Irven Citrus and Badillo Church News insure insertion in this items should be handed into Argus office by noon FIRST CHURCH OF SCIENTIST Services at 11 at church Third and Center Sunday Wednesday testimonial meet 8 Beading room and free cir culating library open from 1 to 4 except Sundays and The public is cordially invited to attend these services and visit the reading Catholic Church of Sacred Church at Fifth and Center Mass every Sunday at 8 and 10 JOHNS LUTHERAN CHURCH Third and Dexter Sunday school and bible class at Sunday worship at You are cordially invited to attend and worship with Foursquare Gospel Lighthouse LaNelle Sunday 11 evangelistic Mon prayer meeting Thurs ladies prayer Bible study child rens Church of the Brethren Sunday 10 Sunday morning young peoples evening prayer Holy Trinity Episcopal Church Bertrand Holy Junior Morning prayer and Musical choir of twenty She Drove a Car Have you ever driven a carf he lady applicant for a license was One hundred and tweiity thou sand put in her who was standing and never had her hand on the NOTICE TO CREDITORS 108380 Estate of FANNIE Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned executor of the estate of Fannie to the creditors and all persons having against the said to exhibit them with the necessary within six months after the first publication of this to the said executor at the office of Seth 338 Badillo city of county of Los state of which said office the undersigned select as a place of bus iness in all matters connected with Baid or to file them with the necessary within six months after the first publication of this in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of the State of in and for the County of Los SETH Dated 221 HIS CAR TH fAOON YOU NOPVKN ARe GETriNO IRVEN REYNOLDS is WHV YOU lAft I ALSO WANTBO A r AND THEIR Gcnr Todays Buick 1928 Chrysler Cover up the speedometer on any of our RECONDITIONED CARS youll think you Ye driving a new CAMPUS AND CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES AT THE COVINA UNION HIGH SCHOOL From Cardinal and White LEAGUE TILT Colts Ring Up Score of 399 on Puente Showing unusual speed and team the Colts gave the Puente team a convincing 399 defeat be fore a large crowd of enthusiastic spectators at Puente on Jan uary At the opening of the game Pu ente looked but the tale soon changed when Covinas two Everett and put a stop to the opponents All through the game Puente was unable to gain back its starting for the Covina boys proved themselves fast er and better The score at the end of the first quarter stood 11 to 6 favoring the In the second quarter the Colts didjustas for half time found them with a 10point During the second half Puente tried a but the attempt was nqt conspicuously suc The local boys showed ex cellent which was enough to give them Late in the fourth quarter Coach Ted Gorrell put in an entirely now which did its duty by prevent ing Puente from The new teamdid nothave time to and the game ended giving Covina their second league Griffin shot eight baskets to be come high point Chapin and Rauschenbaeh followedwith five baskets The Covina lineup and substitutes were as follows Clark Chapin Everett Bauschcnbach Sub stitutes Kent for Gadonski for Hickenlooper for Dittburner for and Shively for GAME HEBE TODAY The local varsity team will meet Downey in the Covina gymnasium this Friday The time has been set for Downey beat Montebello last week and is consid ered a speedy LIGHTWEIGHTS BEAT PUENTE With a big lead the CovinaPu oute game seemed cinched for the ocal lightweight loop chargers on January but the Puente nen sneaked up on and when the whistle blew announcing the end of the the locals had won by only one The lights showed up well and it ooks as if they may emerge from the season with a Following is a list of the men who layed and PEEWEES DEFEATED Expecting a hard the plucky Covina pee wees were put down to lefeat by the fast Puente on January the score be ing Knorr was highpoint man for Co Aires refereed the The starting lineup was COVINA PUENTE Timmous Center Maxson Pippin Right forward Tarada Knorr Left forward Borgagno Martins Running guard Jimenez Coe Standing guard Knowlton Substitute for for D TEAM VICTORIOUS Annexing the victory was pot soup for the local D team on Thurs January when they won from Dodanhoff being Covinas highpoint Covina did not get as hard a fight as they had Airss was referee NO CASUALTIES REPORTED ON ANNUAL DITCH DAY AT BALDY Undaunted by a drizzling 61 of the brave seniors of the class of 30 awoke the natives of Covina with their cheering and singing aa they departed shortly after on January for their ditch day adventure to They went on two large with Miss Boulah Stanley and Coach Oak Penclletou as their The gang was able to ride as far as the Edison plant with only one slight From there trucks were not able to make the so the with and pushing each managed to hike safely for three miles up to the trail to Camp None felt so muchthe worse for their hiking that they were unable to participate in some sport such as playing or at least Some of the more ambitious ones hiked up to Ice After n large the gang decided that was time for them to begin their downward al though no one was ready to do Even though it snowed all the while in it began drizzling again the truck started the home ward which made the roads nice the hikers again aroused the Covinaitea with their cheering and al though they were quite hoarse when they arrived tired and hun about Expert Typist Visits Typing Classes Putting forth many interesting facts concerning the correct process of coauthor of the Wiese and Coover Typing addressed the second and third period typing January Wiese stressed quality and not quantity and also abso lute control of He dem onstrated this statement by on 75 words per He also showed the correct of the hands so that there would be no waste He stated that the average office typist makes ap proximately strokes every Typing is a habitforming pro and not but even stroking forms correct stated Tennis Plans Mapped by Racqueteers Meeting for the first the boys who are interested in tennis gathered in Harold Gauldins room last Wednesday and Jan uary 15 and to make plans for the coming Albert Lamphear was appointed to manage the About 15 boys turned Plpyoffs for places on the varsity are to takcplace next Gauldin will go to El Monte on Tuesday to meet with other league tennis coaches to decide upon a date to open interscholastic Prep Glass Visits Journalism Glass Curious to see a feminine journal ism class in seven members of the California Preparatory school newspaper with their instruc visited the class of Covina high school during the eighth period on January The regular lesson for that day concerned the writing of sport stog which made it unusually inter esting to the aa they natur ally are interested in Another visit in the near future was tentatively in the event of the boys will con duct the No Monogamist This license entitles you to one deer and no But I asked ydfc for a hunting not a marriage for the Tho starting linoup was COVINA PUENTE Bailey Center Wall Anderson Left forvyard Carry Dodenhoff Bight forward Wells Machida Running guard Tokuahigi Pearson Standing guard Boasdett Substitutes for for Lander for Bainbridge for Reed for Lariek for Team to Debate Citrus Selected The league debating team that will oppose Citrus next month on the question that modern woman is a will consist of Thelma and James Cul Lee Holden and McClel land acted as judges at the tryouts held in the auditorium Thursday af January Thelma Stewart participated in class debates during her freshman and junior She is a member of the senior and is the sec rectary of the school de bating a was a member of the team that recently lost the decision to Alhambra on the ques tion of the Baumes Town Team Defeats El Monte Xs 3523 Making their the Covina town team walloped the El Monte Xbasketeers in a speedy last The score was Features of the game were fast team work and good basket The play was a seesaw affair with first one team getting a basket and then the The team is coached by Stanley who is one of the mathem atics teachers in the high This team is composed of men who come to the night gym class which Shaver is Students Receive Awards in Typing Several students of the commer cial department received awards on January for the Decem ber typing Thelma Jones won a certificate from the Royal typing 36 words per with four for fifteen consecutive Tho Remington company awarded certi ficates to Ruble Josephine and Virginia each of whom typed approximately 30 Thelma Jones also received a bronze pin for typing 41 words per with two for fifteen consecutive School Orchestra Visits Baldy Determined that seniors and jun iors should not throw all the snow the orchestra and other stu dents of the music department went to January Two Miss Etuel Taecker and Miss Emogene chaper oned the The truck which took them to Baldy lofi at 8 and thfey arriv ed home at According to Miss A grand time was had by STAFF VISITS TIMES OFFICE ON FIELD TRIP Local Students Hear Names Over Radio Having their names announced over the radio by Doug Douglas of the Times news broadcast was the unique experience of members of the journalism class after their visit to the Los Angeles Times build ing on Thursday January who served as guide for the tour of announced the visit of the class in the 10 o clock news which the students were fortunate enough to hear when they stopped for refresh ments at Bus Furnishes Transportation The class and some of their 23 in accompanied by Mias Mar jorie high school on the school bus about and building shortly They were mjet in the outer office by who escorted them through the building and explained all the fine points of the editing First they visited the editorial where arc located the city edi tors the reporters local and telegraphic the sport report and the head Then they inspected the Sunday Times where the magazine and comic sec tions of the Sunday paper are kept until time to distribute See Printing Processes The or adjoin ing this was also of interest to the The composing room was the next to be In it were seen the linotype and Next in the process came the press rbchn where the page forms were run over the large rolls of The proofreading room was fas cinating because of the rapid read ing of the men who correct the The broadcasting station was not on thg air when class visited it but Douglas gave many in teresting items relation to talking through the Ascend Times Tower The most exciting excursion was the one that took the visitors to the top of the Times where they had a view of the huge and the bright lights of Los The press room men explained that 45 tons of paper is used for each days and 300 hundred tons for the Sunday The paper being published at the students visited was called the Squirrel edition which is re leased at for street The and News editions are put out at intervals dur ing the Hear Visit Broadcast The students felt quite fortunate to bo able to hear Douglas an nounce their names over the 10 oclock as they had thought him joking when he tofd them he would announce thut the children were safely on their way To show their one student called Douglas over the telephone when she arrived and thauked He was visiting the newlyweds at their Everything was fine Why did you take an apartment with such a tiny jdtchenette Tom old boyl youre the first man Ive so keep it Its so small I cant get in there to help my wife when shes dying the EDISON 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