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   Covina Argus (Newspaper) - January 24, 1930, Covina, California                                1830 THE CO VINA ARGUS Phone 11941 for reduced rates on FABMEKS auto insurance also for 5year rates on city homes or con Let ms get your 1930 auto OSCAB tf and Beardsley dinner guests Wednesday of and Boss Millhoucte in Hol and Charles Everett of Bedlands and Minnie Stubbs of Chicago were luncheon guests Wednesday of and Frank Everett of West Center and Charles Bull and Miss Edith Knight of Bowland ave nue were guests Sunday of and Andrew Fredericks in Van Will Smith of Inglewood was a guest Saturday of and Mrs Benton of Orange Smith is a cousin of Benton and it was a reunior after fortyfive Grace Bailey and her Spencer of Monterey dinner guests Friday of and Frank Bisbee of Orange Bailey and Spencer were formerly residents of Coving If you want uniform service and honest goods at a reasonable try Clarks Grocery and Meat Mar at Citrus We Phone tf and Ernest Hoyt and son of Pomona were guests Sunday of and Ball of Grand and Beardsley of Italia street entertained and Bert Pryor of Los Angeles on Pitts and daughter and Frances and of West spent the weekend with the formers and Daniels of Workman and Claude Elliott and df Barranca street guests Sunday of and George La Forge in Culver Martha Patterson of La Ha bra was a guest from Saturday until Monday of and of East Dexter and Davis arid their and Mary Bates and Gates and were dinner guests Sunday of relatives in s teacher of Hawaiian steel Spanish Phone and of East BadiHb street spent Sunday on a trip to Glenn enjoying the snow and Harry Freyermuth of North Pomona were guests Friday Miss Cora Grafton of South Vin cent and Knowltonof Los Angeles were guests this week of and Gail of Na villa and Gearry of Co vina and Merced avenues entertain ed and Ed Scherer and fam ily of Pomona on Mullendore and and Bay Mullendore of Ontario were guests Sunday of Miss Cora Grafton and Mary Grafton of South Vincent Miss Carlibelle Gail of Navilla Place spent the weekend with friends in Order cut vfloral Stead Electric Tele phone tf and Pardon Head spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Los An geles as of their and Sr Hammond of East Pu ente street spent last week with brothers in Los and Harrgington East Badillo street were among the fifteen guests at a dinner party given Sunday at the home of Harrington in Long The ladies aiil of thc Presbyter ian church met Tuesday with Irven Reynold and spent the day with their business luncheon jt and needle Wilson Hall and her Taugh i Miss entertained thoir Sunday school classes of the Motho dist church Monday afternoon with an informal party in church par Reasonable credit accounts are welcomed at Clarks Grocery and Mtiat Market at 142 North Citrus We Phone tf and Hale Clippinger and son were among the guests at ty din ner party given by and Frank Friesen of Angeles Sat urday Sunday and Clippinger entertained Perisho and daughter of Los Angeles at din A fsimily celebrating the birthday of Norris Ashton of Los was given on Tuesday j with and Sidney and Robert and Fred Ashton Why carry home your own gro ceries and pay cash for them when you can get uniformly good grocer ies and meats for the same money delivered and with monthly credit extended Try Clarks Grocery and Meat 142 North Citrus ave Phone tf and Wheeler Bowers of were callers on Sunday of and Bowers of Adams B on Mrst Pomona was also Dickinson of avenue attended the guest day lunch eon of the given in Arcadia last week by Margaret and Bay Carter of Sec tion were dinner guests of and A Hargden of San Pedro tjn Costume and Your home or Phone 19102 tf Herbert Casey of Orange avenue spent the weekend with the latters of La Nellie Stong find of Los Angeles were weekend guests of and Dancer of Service and Will Wat kins of who are spending the winter Los were guests Sunday of Alice De For est and Walter Hege of Pu ent William Bowring of Bqnita who has been ill for more than a is reported 19 be im and McClintock of Wahiut Miss Mae Coffman were dinner guests Sunday evening of and Coffrrian of West pies and cakes at Longworths Phone orders filled to 12 noon each Tele phone tf Sunday dinner guests of and Hal Cook of West Badillo street were and Jones of Los Angeles and and Jones and and Joe West and James Reeves of Los Angeles were guests Sunday of and Johnson of Charter and Arthur Jenncr family of Adams Park were guests Sunday of Jenners of Los Miss Evelyn Johns was the guest of and David Robinson to spend day in the snow at Mount y and Malcolm Baker and baby of Downey were guests Sun day of anil Jones of East Badillo For quick service OH plumbing and plumbing call tf The Womens Relief Corps met last Friday afternoon with Ida Ska litzky on Cottage The time was spent sewing patch work for American Legion auxiliary met at the home of Milton Burnett for an afternoon of sewing last Wednes The women are planning a card party for the 14th of Emily Harriman of Los An geles the guest of her Varney of Lark Ellen for the Alpha Inwood and Helen King of were guests of Warner on Monday at her home on College War ner left Sunday for the San Joaquin wherft he will remain the most of this week on Mending Please call at 210 East College 131 Hal her house Catherine and Addie Stevens were entertained at luncheon by Roy Winder of Orange street on after spending a month in left Monday morning for Long Minneso Wolfarth will remain here until spring with and Wolfarth of Covina Trade in your old gas range for a new Drew Car riage it Annie Roberts spout Satur day and Sunday in Los Angelea with her Linnie in Eaglo Rock with her son and his and Frank where they enjoyed Sunday evening Trade in your old gas range for a new Drew Car riage It Charles Johns spent Sunday with New Jersey friends at Anthony president of the Lions club Foothill and Earl president of the Covina attended a meeting of the of ifeers association of Lions held at Fresno last Friday and and Van Buskirk of Orange avenue and Loren Mor row drove to Victorvilje on On their return and Mor row were dinner guests in the even Miss Jewel Bennett attended a Prineipia gathering on Sunday in Los Standard Bearer class held their regular monthly followed bya social at the home of Bosworth on Qypress avenue Sunday At the close of the refreshments were serv ed by Delphihe Mabel and Grnce and Hedges of Lark Ellen street and Miss Georgia Young spent at Big enjoying the snow and Charles Wilson of formerly of were guests for several days last week of and Will Holdeman of Fifth During their visit they and their hosts called on John Akers arid Akers of Pomona arfd and Boy Sni der on and Holde man entertained and John McCune Monday and Jaroch of Ar royo Drive were the dinner jfuests Sunday of and William Stacko of Eagle and Hurst of Mer ced avenue entertained the latters mother and King and Miss Delia of and George Leonardy of Orange street called on and Earl Sinks of Hollywood Blanche Anderson of Glen dora avenue entertained Sunday and Harry Holmwood of Long and Bush and family of Keith Chaffee and Dorothy of Catalina island are guests this week of her and Harry Naflel of Center Trade in your old gas range for a new Drew Car riage it and Magan of Cam eron street and family were guests for dinner in Los Angeles on Sun day of and Earl Annie Roberts celebrated her birthday and that of Sanders at a dinner party Monday evening at her home in West Center Other guests wero San ders and and Archer and family from Burbank were Sunday guests of the formers sister and and Mat thews of Orange DowJand of Michigan via ited his a few days last and George Meek and of Navilla were guests Sunday of and Andrew Crewdson of Long and Knudtson of West Puente street spent Monday as the guests of and Loren Eckern of The Bridge club will meet tonight for dinner at the going to the homc of and Ralph Crook for an evening of Miss Ella Scott of Los Angeles visited and Ralph Lang of Orange avenue Saturday winter JANUARY Beginning January and Ending February Requiring 10 Days of Actual JANUARY the world quite naturally mean a general clearance of the preceding falls BUT THIS SALE will present an EXCEPTIONAL FEATURE in including all new spring 1930 models that have been received and are on the selling floor when the sale begins Jan uary To be we have not enough 1929 merchandise to make what we or a real CLEARANCE SALE Dont miss this EXCEPTIONAL VALUEGIVING Starting January 24 and continuing to February Higher Priced DRESSES Dresses taken out of regular stock and new spring dresses that have just They should make for busy selling at these low prices quoted Dresses that are correctly the new longer straight all around or with the dipping or modified hem trimmed with the lingerie lace bows or other interesting Styles for STREET or EVENING Made from CANTON and FLAT SILK PRINTS and LIGHT In the four groups on sale you will find many at one half regular and all models will be reduced sufficient ly for quick Sizes range from 14 to but not the complete size range will be found in each Group 1 Sale Price Group Sale Price Group 3 Sale Price Group 4 Sale Price DRESS HATS Our stock that we place on sale at ridi culous prices numbers but a few dozens and not as is the usual They will occupy two large display tables Table On this to Table On this to They all have to be so we must take our Rayon Silk Dresses Regular I Ladies Wash Frocks All Porch and House Dresses on one rack at one Cotton Charmeuse Dresses Up to Coats We enjoyed an extensive coat business at holiday so we have but a dozen or so They will be sold at just ONEHALF OFF Velvet and Wool Jackets A very few All Coolie Coats and Smocks The same lines we have taken an enormous business from last Regular values and this Entire Line of Kiddies Dresses go on sale each ALTERATIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS WILL BE TAKEN CARE OF BY OUR ALTERATION DEPARTMENT OF EXPERTS AT A NOMINAL FEE Silk Crepe de Chine Slips Regular Regular Regular Regular Silk Crepe Gowns Regular Silk Bloomers Regular Regular Shorts Fast Crepe and Broadcloth Weaves Regular 65c and Stepins Cotton prints Regular Pajamas Washable prints Regular Kayser Hosiery Short lines of this popular make will be placed on sale table at reduced MILLINERY AND APPAREL SHOP 140 NORTH CITRUS COVINA KIAMAQlAI   

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