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   Covina Argus (Newspaper) - March 5, 1926, Covina, California                                1926 THE COVINA AEGUS Page Professional Cards PHYSICIANS Reed Physician Surgeon Booms 4 and Bced Oovlna Office phone 10401 phone 10481 Office hours 1 to 8 mornlngc and evenings by appointment Jennings Physician Surgeon I will be out of the city until June let Booms 1 and Reed Block Phone 18405 Office hours 2 to 4 Wellesley Magan Shaen Magan PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Special attention to and Diseases of Nose and Throat 156 College Office phone 23111 Residence phones 10641 and 1G495 Hours 2 to by appointment DENTISTS Rice Dentist OFFICE IN BULLER Phone 12868 Searcy Dentist First National Bank Phone 11053 Robert Miller Dentist REED BUILDING Corner Citrus and Badillo Phone 17274 Mosher Osteopathic Physician Treatment by appointment at Pacific and Phone 19566 West Covina CHIROPRACTORS Overholtzer Chiropractor And other mechanical Synchroniz ed radiant energy rhythmic traction auto electronic neuro Lady 21683 19093 116 East Center Covina Courdway 116 Citrus Rooms 8 and Floor Hours 10 to 12 2 to Phone 17301 California Office phone 10292 phone 21315 Elmer King Chiropractor Rooms 4 and Old First National Bank Office hours 9 to 12 to 4 Thurs day and 7 to VETERINARIAN Miller Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Calls answered day or night 228 San Bernardino Road Phone 21681 COVINA Special merchants each 11 to Stone Lantern Coffee tf and Beardsley en tertained Sunday and Dietrich of Fullerton and Ella Dickinson of and Knudtson en tertained and Gilbert Lal Bertha Lallum and Lallum of Long Beach on Wednes Kohlmeier had as her guest last week her Hannah Johnson of Santa Mon and Johnson motor ed to San Diego on Miss Georgiena Anderson of Los Angeles was a dinner and overnight guest of and King Henry Halfacre and Pe ter Feddersohn were guests Thurs day of Boyd The Stone Lantern Cafe for vege ables and tf and John Haynes and hildren of and l Bruehl and of and George and George tfiss Mary Louis Hay ics and Kenneth Devol made icnie party at Balboa Beach Sun Kohlmeier and daugh er and Charles Seaver spent futsday at Santa Monica with the iisses and M Kibler and and rom were guests on Mon day of and and Siewert and children of Pasadena were supper uests Sunday evening of and Sunday guests of and Pitzer were Gertrude tester and son Jack and Alice Piester of Long and James Hancock spent several days last week with and The Stone Lantern Cafe for vege tables and tf A daughter was born Sunday to and About fifty former Min people were entertained Sat urday at the home of Kirby Los Angeles for a beautifully ap pointed From Covina there were present Col linn and Boyd King and were supper guests Sunday evening of and Bar and Henry Glatts of Iowa were guests Thursday and Friday of of Alice Clapp and and and Glatts are spending the winter in Long Special merchants each 11 to Stone Lantern Coffee tf and Gilbert Nigg enter tained at dinner Friday Their guests were and arid Howard Miss Julia and Sunday dinner guests of Miss Mil dred Hanna were Miss Betty Phil lips and Miss Sara and Branham of were guests of and Goodwin Satur day and Griffiths attend ed the thirtieth wedding anniversary celebration of and Willis Mead in Los Angeles There were one hundred and Mead have just returned from a tour of the I make out or notarize income tax Mary 208 Citrus tf and Ralph Bowman and Barbara of were guests the past week of and and Phillips of Visalia spent several days last week with and and Sherman Gail and were guests for ea on Sundav of and Ed ward Keasdey in and Searcy and tfiss Opal Searcy were dinner guests Tuesday evening of and Guy Searcy at the occa sion being Searcys Randack left Sunday for a months trip ta Ward spent the week end with her in and Preston at tended the oratorio at the Philhar monic auditorium Andrew Berge of Long Beach was weekend guest of his sister and ier and Alice Claude Elliott and Knorr attend ed a school of instruction conducted by the president of the Rebekahs at Ontario Tuesday Hal Cook and Stephens attended a luncheon of the in South Pasadena and Paul Ouster and daughter and Roy Schamel and two Edward and made a picnic party to Lake Elsi nore I make out or notarize income tax Mary 208 Citrus tf and Milton Nigg of Los Angeles were supper guests of and Gilbert Solon Jessup and Morter spent Wednesday afternoon with and William Jessup at their new home in and Cullen Motter and and William Ream were dinner guests Tuesday evening of Hein in Los nml Ream left that evening for their home in Portland after spend ing several weeks with their daugh ter and her and and Bobo and fam ily of Arlington were weekend guests of and and Carl Goodwin and family of Pasadena were dinner guests on Sunday of and Twin girls were born to and Sanchez at the Covina hospital on February They have been named Inezita and Mar The Mens Bible class of the Christian church is having its an nual Fathers and Sons banquet this Friday evening in its Along with an excellent musical pro gram which has been arranged the speaker of the evening is Pro fessor Walter Horton of the Univer sity of Southern Evangelist Crim of San Pedro wil conduct a series of pre Easter meetings at the First Chris ian church of this beginning March Merle who has been critically ill at the hospital with is showing a slight Churchill is a sister of Lulu The Stone Lantern Cafe for vege ables and tf Samuel Bean has arrived Tom where she has spent scv ral and will spend the summer with her and Nellie Miss Maud and Weathers and were guests last Sunday at a birthday dinner given ay Sturdevant of Upland honor of the birthdays of the hostess and her Weath Jones has started the con struction of a home on his ranch on West Cypress It will be a modern George Coolman still remains at his home on Howard Florence Onions spent Sun day with and Early in Los The American Legion will hold a YOUNG COVINA SINGER MAY BE A Los Angeles Times It is prophe sied by her friends who are discrim inating musically that soiiio day Francin who is now a 17 yonrold senior of Covina high will be another Marion Tal loy or a She appeared on program before the the Monday Afternoon club of Co and will appear again at the Biltmore before the Soroptomists with Cadman in a program that will be broadcast by and Jack of John Haucseh and and William Seal were guests of Miss Rose Fink of Los Angeles one day last To the Julian Stockholders of Govina This is to inform you that I am the only service sta tion within a radius of 10 miles that has Julian Lightning Gas ED TICE 350 South Covina Phone 64853 Baldwin Park SCRIPT ACCEPTED ATTORNEYS Gail Pence Attorneys at Law NOTARY PUBLIC Rooms 7 and Reed Block Phona 14001 Calif Reed Attorney at Law NOTARY PUBLIC Suite 929 Merchants National Bank Building Vandike 0087 Phone Covina CONTRACTORS Edward Hubbard General Contractor DESIGNING AND BUILDING STUCCO Estimatei Furnished For information phone Covina 12731 224 San Berdo Road Covina Seth Ingraham Colver Attorney at Law Phone 12603 838 Badillo Covina Ricketts Attorney at Law Room Old First National Bank Building Phones 12022 office 17541 Grant Chapman Attorney at Law Special attention to Wills and Estates 1103 Charles Chapman Building 1lione 108U2 Covina SURVEYORS Engineering and Building Construction Covina Phone 13575 MUSIC Miss Ollie Jones TEACHEB OF VJOMN AND ENSEMBLE 1LAYIKO certificate from Chicago Muslca Also In New Kiitrliiixi Cnn gervatory of under Leopold First Natl Rank Clendnra 644 Vista IfmilU Phone 46401 Gall 17111 and talk to MARTIN FESLER about PLASTERING Phone 13221 MATTHEWS TRANSFER AND TRUCKING Houser Garage Coviiia Parts Accessories ROSS RADIO Repairing and TROUBLE SHOOTING 105 San Berdo Covina Telephone 13201 Best Auto Paint Shop Duco and Nason Lacquer ROSS Phone 13751 118 Orange WANT ADS Best Auto Top Shop ELMER Phone 13751 118 Orange Seth Colver and her entertained Wed nesday at luncheon at the home of former Baskets of flowers were used in pink and yellow pre The place cards and favors were pressed wild The afternoon was spent with needle Covers were laid for Edward August Goet Fin Miss Nell and Ethel Marie Zimp of Alhambra was a guest Sunday of Beat Zimps seventeen year old is in charge of the radio ransmitting station at Big Bear and Cullen Motter and and William Ream were dinner guests Friday evening of and George Principal Ben Millikan of the high school returned Wednesday from a trip to where the past two weeks have been spent attending the national conven tion of the superintendents of The Stone Lantern Cafe for vege tables and tf Magan and Barron spent Tuesday in Redlands with Barrens and George Meek and family were dinner guests of Long Beach friends and Maxwell and two children were Sunday dinner guests of Jess Grimes in Bald win and Gilbert Nigg enter tained at dinner Thursday evening Major and Arthur Evans of Los Angeles and and Beardsley of and Jones enter tained the Newcomers club at their home Tuesday Ben Millikan entertained Monday evening with the third of a series of dinner parties for the In dies of the high school and Charles and William Ream and and Culkn Motter made a plunk party nt Lytle Crock ami Daniels chap oroiHd a party of young people to Big Bear lake to spend the week end her Miss Mav garet a teacher at Fawn In the party were Misses Clar ice Miller and Jennie Ar thur Daniels and Fred and William Roam and and Cullen Motter attend ed the orange show in San Bernar dino last and Oden left Tues day for Siiu where they will visit a niece nearby and from there1 will leave for their home in and Oden have been spending the past month with and Hein and two daughterK of Liw Angeles were dinner gueHts Hut urduy evening of and Cul len Motter and and Wil liuin business meeting at the Stone Lan tern Wednesday March at and Theodore Thomas and and Pool and family motored to Brookside Park Sunday enjoyed a NOTICE TO CREDITORS 78923 Estate of KATHERINE Notice is hereby given by the un lersigncd Rose adminis ratrix of the estate of Katherine to the creditors and all persons having claims igainst the said to exhibit hem with the necessary within four months after the first jublication of this to the said idministratrix at the office of Grant 1103 lharles Chapman City of Los County of Los An State of which said office the undersigned selects as a place of business in all matters con nected with said or to file them with the necessary within four months after the first publication of this notice in the of fice of the Clerk of the Superior Court of the State of in and for the County of Los Angeles Dated February ROSE Administratrix of said estate GRANT San Gabriel Valley Milling Company ALLWAYS UNIFORM Phone 21411 GOOD EQUIPMENT MAKES A GOOD FARMER BETTER NOW IS THE TIME TO CULTIVATE DEEP DREW CARRIAGE HARDWARE Clean Trees Set the Best Crop If your navels are infested with give them thoro spraying with VOLCK as soon as the ripe fruit has been Keep your trees clean and healthy and they have a much better chance to set a good crop of young One application of VOLCK each year is a complete pest control pro gram for most citrus not only killing the various including mealy but also killing Red Spider in both the adult and egg CALIFORNIASPRAY CHEMICAL 736 Standard Oil 10th and Hope Los Angeles Swords Covina Phone 18944 150177 BUY THAT NEW SUIT NOW New Spring Woolens Just arrived Now on display in our show Come in and pick out that new spring Covina Valley Tailoring Phone 14642 224 North Citrus Damp weather or sudden changes mean colds and various other Protection will keep you from the you will find the proper drug that you may NASH Argus Want Ads Bring Immediate Results 122 Badillo 13151 YOU CHOOSE THE WE FINANCE YOUR HOME on or 1 acre loam soil JM Beautiful Small payment monthly We have a residence restriction of or more also race gas and electricity are Five Covina families have built their homes in this If you choose to build and finance your we have many beautiful building sites of onehalf down monthly See owners agent WALTER SCHROETER Owner s agent Baldwin Phone Covina 66192 I   

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