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Covina Argus Newspaper Archive: January 24, 1930 - Page 7

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   Covina Argus (Newspaper) - January 24, 1930, Covina, California                                24 1930 THE LOCALS Club Luncheon Mary Coman attended last winter luncheon of the southern California Wellesley held at the home of Leo Mc Laughliny where she met many oldtime three of whom had not seen since her gradua tion fortysix years The speaker of the afternoon was Thomas also Wellesley who told of the work she has but recently taken up for the women of the in the previewing of motion Eastern Guests at Quests from the cast enjoyed luncheon with Groom Rowland avenue on They were Frederick Jay Annette and Miss Sally all of who are spending the win ter in Guild and Parish Club Unite Guild of the Holy Trinity Episco pal church held a meeting last Thurs day afternoon in the parish Edna the new presi presided and appointed her committee chairmen for the coming The Parish club and Guild have Sunday Dinner at Meyers and Meyers of Workman avenue entertained at din ner on Sunday and Mrs Jack Holton of Los and Robert Bobbins of Long Lute also of Long and and Harry McFadden and daughter of Los Fresh made of real ready every day by dozen or larger Phone orders up to noon each Longworths Telephone tf and Charles and and Goff of Glendora will be dinner and bridge guests of and Griffiths of East Ba diJJo street Saturday Last weekend was spent by and Ralph Frost of Badillo street at Laguna Beach as the guests of and William Miller of Baldwin Park was the luncheon guest of and Gray of Sunset avenue on Chauve at the Mason opera was attended Tuesday night by and Elbert Grif fith of Bonita avenue ajid and George in your old gas range for a Drew Car It Luncheon Given at Goetze Luncheon guests of and August Goetze of Adams Park on Wednesday were Amelia Bau man of and the latters son and and Herman Bau man and family of who are her house Saturday and Bright of La Verne were guests of and Henry Damerel of Cy press and Ben and Jim Hedges were dinner guests Tuesday of and Frank Ebbcler of Bonita Paul Ouster of Adams park on Sunday at din ner and Harnish and Earl OtJR SLOGAN To create a complete quality then properly present and intelligently sell that ser to the CALDWELL Quality Shoe1 Rebuilding BALDWIN PARK Home of the Dollar Sole AZUS A TH E A T R E General 30c 40e lOe BIGGER AND BETTER TALKIES Sunday and 2627 Three Live Ghosts Based on the stage play of the same The greatest laughproducer to date Talking He Loved a Lady Audio Review Tuesday and 2829 HAROLD LLOYD in Welcome Danger The worlds most famous comedian now heard for the first time on the talking News Events Thursday and 3031 The DUNCAN supported by Lawrence Gray and Benny Rubin Its a Great Life Song hits Laugh hits Dance hits Those famous stars of Broadway Onjr Gang Talking Bounc ing Babies News Day Only The first 100 per cent Technicolor film with sound THE VIKING with Pauline Donald Crisp and Boy Stewart Chapter King of the Kongo SportUgat Club Meets With Mrs Tuesday the Charter Oak Thimble club was entertained by Montgomery and Miss Nell Dinwid die at the home of the former in San Following the luncheon the afternoon was spent in sewing and Guests Entertained on Guests of and Meyers of Workman avenue Tues day were and Harry Ranft of winter visitors in and Mosmah of and a cousin of Lute of Long Thirtyday credit and delivery iri the grocery and meat business is a sound business if the public can be znaile to know that quality is a big We deliver and extern Clarks Grocery and Meat 142 North Citrus Phone tf Arthur Carter and his Don of Burlington were guests Sun day of the formers and Carter of West Puente while Carter visited her and in Baldwin Hyatt of San Fran who is making her home with and Henry is spend ing a few days with and Pierce of daughter of and Charles was taken to the Covina hospital of an abscess of the anE is1report ed to be Jack sonof and John Walters of Merced will be among the graduates of the Co vina high school He is the first winter graduate of the Covina grammar Trade in your old gas range for a new Drew Car riage It Beaupre of Grand ave nue spent all of last week as the guest of her Shull of Long She was join ed by Beaupre on Sunday for returning in the evening to their Letters from the Covina boys at Oregon State tel of two feet of steady fall of snow for days at and the thermometer six below The unusual which sounds like has resultctl in many cases of 1 For the weekend Max son of West Covina entertained and Donald Melntosh of formerly of and Pitzer of Lark and MeClain and of Glen were guests Sunday of and Dwelle of Long who recently moved there from Co Potter of College street is doing jury service this Trade in your old gas range for a new Car riage it who is spend ing the winter at Palm was the weekend guest of and Runyaii of Barranca Sunday guests of and Searcy of Orange avenue were and Oliver Palmer and anil Johnny Palmer and and and Arthur Stuckey and Thursday and Har ris of Vincent avenue spent in San the guests of and Nathan A recent visitor at the Coman ranch was Myrle Ludwig of Belling Prather attended a re ciprocity meeting of the Daughters cf the American Revolution at the Biltmore hotel Tuesday and W511is of Vincent avenue were among the guests at a dinner given Friday night in Los Angeles by and Virgil This Saturday the Wil liam Penn hotel will be the scene of a bridge party which they will at given by Miss Pauline Siuead Wounded War Victlmt Helped by Antiseptics Important as was discovery of it was of infinitely less moment than the aseptic technique which came io ns through the wori of Lister and Frederick Pottle In the Outlook and Independent When we remember that the sur geons of the war knew noth ing about bacteria and the nature of we should marvel that they did as well as they dlA For the majority of men who die of wounds In war are not killed nor die from tha extent of their They die In hospitals of Our percentage of death from gunshot wounds in the Civil war was in the World This gain In efficiency nothing less than the saving of a few more men out of every 100 was almost wholly due to the development of aseptic and antiseptic And It was a greater gain at first for without it the percentage of deaths from Infec tions in this war would have been higher than in the Civil be cause the wounds were generally more dangerously and were of a type more favorable to the development of City Grafters Skilled in Makeup fend Acting The woman has lived In New Tork for a long time and Is hard ened to the sight and plea of beg When a middleaged neatly accosted her at Times Square she knew that here was no Ordinary The older woman hesitated and when she spoke her voice was re fined but She had lost her She wanted to go uptown and found herself on the downtown Would the di rect her The woman but the Inquirer held her attention for another mo She wanted to say something and did not seem to have the cour Finally she summoned She had spent her small change traveling on wrong trains did mot want to break a Might she borrow a dime The woman gave her a dime and started toward She looked back once to see If the stranger was going in the right di The middleaged woman had stopped and was conversing with a He had his hand In his pocket and he was nodding sym York Origin of Head Tax In days gone by in British his tory head tax was really a tax on the In the middle of the Eighteenth century the wig ceased to head and the Mar caronls wore hairpowder In Pitt framed a new every person sporting the powder was forced to Invest In an annual certificate costing a In 1796 the tax yielded but the guinea pigs soon refused to face The tax changed the The the pow der and the powder mask curled and oiled whis and short cropped heads crept In for the and the powder fell on the heads of the Boomerang A railroad man was ready to maize his usual His wife in structed him to get her some tur key eggs to In passing through a small town a dirty coun try lad approached the engineer and asked him Dont you want to buy some buzzard eggs Seeing an opportunity to play a joke upon his he gave the lad a nickel for About a month later he asked his wife How are your turkeys getting along I decided It was getting too late for so I put them In your Quitting at the Start beloved used to tell the story of a days fish ing participated In toy President Joseph Jefferson and They fished all day and caught About six oclock Cleveland got a little and who was ready to suggested Now that weve got a lets go Youre the strangest re torted Here weve been fishing all and just as they begin to you want to go City Record Leaf Growth A giantleaved water lily of Japan and China probably holds the worlds record for speed In according to a note in the British scientific journal Na This a relative of the Victoria regia of South expands its fourfoot floating lenves in less than nine increasing their diameter at a rate of nearly a halfjncb an At that rate of growth they produce between 15 to 25 square inches of leaf in 60 A Wave Is a Sea The term saa and seas has a variety of A sailor never says wave or he speaks of A sea may be rolling toward Is a head One at the side is a beam then tbe ship And a sea com ing upastern is a following then your ship and H Is a point of debate among seasick travelers which of the two sorts of or less by Stanley National Orangk Show Soon to Celebrate Its 20th Anniversary Greatest Midwinter to be held in San Bernar dino February 13 to offers the moat elaborate exposition in all its The decorative theme from The Land of Make Believe is declared to be a veritable Fairyland of The finest citrus of feature and an entertain ment program that is marks this great citrus Margaret Solt is seen here with fruits from the citrus experiment station at Riverside that will be on display at the Girl Reserves to Attend Conference At regular of the senior group ofGirl Alia and Eleanor Longworth were appointed delegates to attend the midwinter conference of all southern California similar groups of high school to be held at February Since the Covina groups have had a part in the planning of the pro unusual interest is felt in the and while only the two delegates from each local grqup can share in all of the meetings and the Sunday when the three hundred or njofe girfp will be in wilKbi open toVall and it is planned to hdvte a Dumber of with their attend this Miss Ad viser of the junior will ac company the girls from Tuesday nights program will elude a welcome to ten girls corning into the group and Asch eiibrenner will tell the girls of The Joy of a Miss Annie Kate national executive secretary of the for the Girl is in south ern California for several weeks and is to be in Pomona the afternoon of February when Misa Po mona local will give an afternoon tea at the from 3 to when mothers of the triangle girls are invited to meet CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our deep ap preciation for the kindnesses shown us by our friends during the illness and death of our beloved husband and and and George Motter and and Cullen Motter and fam and Ralph Pollard and and Charles Miss Lucille COVINA PUBLIC LIBRARY Western Romance in Sound Film at Mission Theater Romance of the Rio Grande is the Fox alltalking pieturt to be shown at the Glendora theater to night Friday and War ner Mary Duncan and An tonio Moreno have leading parts iri this Massive scenes of the Rio Grande plains dotted with herds of and the grand eur of the old Mexican fea ture this musiromance extrava ganza of campus will be seen and heard on Sunday and It is an dancing and singing with Naney Carroll in the title Jack Oakie has the leading male For Tuesday and Wednesday the offering will be Girl with Mary Philbin and Fred Mack This is the latters first leading he having made his way up in pictures from a film He is a Pasadena where he went to school and later attended Beginning of the End 1 Barbara whose first tooth has just dropped out quick Im coming to pieces Weatherstrip Your Home Now 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