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   Covina Argus (Newspaper) - January 24, 1930, Covina, California                                JAUUABY 1930 T H B CO VI N A ARGUS IN COVINA Class Party Given for One of the many affairs given this for the graduating classes of the Covina schools was the class party for the eighth grade of the grammar given by Myers and Grant Wednesday evening at the home of the former on North Citrus The dinner table was effectively dec orated in the class orchid and the favors and ice creams cor Following the dinner for thirty an evening of progres sive games furnished Their class who were among the included Stella the Misses and Chambers and Helen Wilke Entertains Helen Wilke was hostess Friday vening to the members of the grad ating class of the grammar school their teachers at dinner at the iome of her and oo on Navilla Dinner was served by candlelight at small ables for following a jrogram of progressive games was Carried out and prizes awarded Betty Van Ginkel and Bverell Harris as the holders of the high Head to Give Roads At the meeting of the history anc landmarks section of the Womans to be held Monday at the club house at 1 Pardon Heac will give to the section an outline of the early history of San Bernar dino has been com piling this data for several months Illinois Guests at Jones and Mahlon Turk and daughter of hav been guests the past week of Mr and Jones of East Badill and Turk made th trip from Illinois by Dinner Given for The sextette of girls of the gram mar accompanied by their Miss sang at an evening service of the First Friends church in After the ser vice Miss Saunders entertained her girls at The sextette in com posed of Helen Mary Louise Violet Ruby Phyllis and Phyllis Attends Meeting at Tuesday afternoon Pardon Head attended a reciprocity meet ing of the southern Daugh ters of the American held at the Biltmore who is state chairman of pre servation of historic attended to confer with a national vicechair man of this department who was present from the east and with whom Head had an Attend Reunion in Beverly and Lester Jones were among the dinner guests at a re union of Pittsburg friends held Sun day at the home of Miss Sally Starr in Beverly Miss Starr is under contract with MetroGoldwynMayer for live years and has recently re leased So This Is in which she has the feminine Her newest Not so in which she plays the younger sis ter to Marion is being re leased this Miss Starr will visit this weekend with and Jones at their home on North Citrus West Covina Glee Club luests of Miss Violette Adams entertained the girls of the glee club of the West Covina of which she is a at a party Tuesday even ing at her home on Cameron The affair was given in compliment to Jeanetto who graduates from the eighth grade this The girls spent the evening with games and music and Miss Adams a dainty In the glee club are Tholma and Ruth Audrienne Jane and Barbara Daisy Katsuka Pearl Irene Jeanetto TosM and Masa Virginia and Beatrice and Alice Departing Members Honored by Honoring and Virgil who are moving to Pomona in the near the Fellowship class of the Brethren church was en tertained at the home of Elsie Perry of North Citrus avenue Tues day The time was spent with following which refresh ments were Charles Fesler and Willard Runyan pro vided the Attend Luncheon in Los Ashford and Miss of West Center street were among the guests at a luncheon given Wednesday by the formers in Los The affair was given in compliment to inoth Alice who is returning shortly to her home in San Brubakers Entertain at and Brubaker of Third street entertained the latters and Woody of La at dinner on and Isaac Overholtzer of Inde who are in Cali fornia for the and a sister and and Merle Butterball of San Comus Club Meets for Robert Miller entertained the Comus club at her home on Badillo street Monday The close of the afternoon of bridge found Russell Davis with high score and Ralph Chambers sec Why one big Cooperative is befit able to serve California Citrus Growers as the success of the California Fruit Growers Exchange has we mem bers feel that the position of the whole Cali fornia citrus industry would be ftill further strengthened if the Exchange handled more of the crop than the 75 it markets Growers know that net returns are the heft measure of the success of any method of All the following factors in fluence net And in each case it is clear that greater control would bring high er returns than growers could get through a division of crop between two or more marketing groups Distribution Instead of overloading some markets and slighting al ways happens when one marketing organi zation ships fruit without knowing the plans of the othergreater control would bring about the maximum in orderly disTxibu And fullest advantage could be taken of every market situation to the growers benefit Consumer and Trade Demand More growers could take advantage of the pub Ik and trade preference for Exchange fruit built up through 22 years of Sunkift ad preference shown to bring Ex change growers a substantial premium in any fair purchasing power Oranges of all growers is greater than that of any part of the savings as well as insurance of adequate suppUes would be correspondingly greater if one organization could buy supplies for more of the CoSt of Marketing By spreading sales costs over a greater volume they could be still further The present Exchange cost of selling is less than that of any other citrus sales Other Services In making rate and traffic in improving cultural and handling in extend ing service to dealers and in all other de partments of the principle of largescale cooperation would continue to bring greater service at lower coil as more of the growers were actually cooperating in one Figures prove that Exchange growers are year after the highest re turns for their Let us show you these prove how these returns can be still further increased as more growers come into die Talk to the manager of your nearest Dis trict Exchange or Exchange or write Growers Service California Fruit Growers Box Station Los for further information about the Exchange and its grapefruits WHAT THE EXCHANGE IS The California Fruit Growers Exchange is a nonprofit organization of California citrus fruit producing 75 of the California citrus operated by and for them on a cooperative Its objeft is to develop the national and international market for California Lemons and and to provide a mar keting organization that will sell the fruit of its members molt advantageously and at leaft Receipts from less only coft of are returned to Applications arc received through all the Exchanges 207 local packing 23 Distnft or at the central office in Los Sunday Guests at Bleecker Sunday guests of Bleeck er of West Puente street and and Mrs Sidney Ashton were and George Ransom of George Ira and Harry Bleecker and and Miss May Saturday even ing and Sidney Ashton en tertained at dinner and Ben Hollingsworth and Birthday Honored by Fellowship Edward Lamon entertained in honor of the birthday of her hus band with a surprise party for Mm Wednesday the members of the Fellowship class of the Brethren church being The evening was spent informally with and refreshments were Luncheon Given by Mtirle Edwards entertained Thursday at her home on Orange street with a daintily appointed luncheon and The tables were attractive in orange and yel and covers were laid for Arthur Wilson George Pow Elmer Paul and Charles Dinner Followed by Play and and and and Hawkins of Co vina boulevard attended a dinner given recently in Follow ing the dinner a play was after wMch bunko furnished en Gift Turkey Furnishes Motive for Tucker received a turkey last week as a gift from a friend near Bishop and on Sunday gather ed his family together for a boun teous There were present and Anna and Varece and two and and Joe Pummill and of your Neighbors will George Leonardy Entertaining Today George Leonardy of Orange street is entertaining in honor of Eobert Craddpck at her home on Orange street with an afternoon party and dainty ments to Leonardy is using pink and blue for her color Levines Attend Theater in and Edward Levine o Puente boulevard were guests Sun day of friends in attend ing the Colorado theater in the af where their Mis was This week Mis Leyino will appear at Loews Stat theater in Los Housers Attend Preview o Radio and Henry Brandon wer entertained Wednesday evening b and Harold Houser o Covina Monday evenzn and Housor attended th preview of the new Majestic radi models at the Masonic temple i Los For all kinds of aorary publi large assortment of blanks o see notary old National Bank Buildiuj Phone tf Call Stead Electric 21C7I appl t Hundreds of Happy Homes already AJRAND standard four or three burner HOTPOINT AUTO MATIC ALL WHITE ENAMEL ELEC TRIC RANGE at a special price so low as to be plus imme diate advantage of Edisons remark ably low combination rate for all household This is the opportunity which Edisons 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