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   Covina Argus (Newspaper) - October 7, 1927, Covina, California                                Page Six THE COVINA ARGUS 1027 Professional Cards PHYSICIANS Reed Physician Surgeon t and Reed Covina Office phonfc 10401 phone 10481 Office hours 1 to S mornings and evenings by appointment Jennings Physician Surgeon Rooms 1 and Reed Block phono 18405 phone 12391 Office hours 2 to 4 Wellesley Magan Shaen Magan PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Special attention to and Diseases of Nose and Throat 1E6 College Office phone 23111 Residence phones 10641 and 16495 Hours 2 to Office consultations and treatments by appointment only Payne Homeopathic Physi cian and Surgeon Wards system of spinal adjust ment Office 9 to 12 1 to 4 333 Foothill Boulevard Glendora Telephone 45G51 Phones Office 38581 39344 DISEASES OF CHILDREN California Office Griffith Booms 4 and 5 Hours 10 to 4 By appointment Residence Valley 10 DENTISTS Rice Dentist OFFICE IN BULLER Phone 12853 Searcy Dentist First National Bank Phone 11953 Robert Miller Dentist REED BUILDING Corner Citrus and Badillo Phone 17274 CHIROPRACTORS Office phone 10292 phone 21316 Elmer King Chiropractor Booms 4 and Old First National Bank Office honrs 10 to 12 S to Thura and 7 to Leach Chiropractor 116 Citrus Rooms 3 and 4 Second floor to 12 2 to 17301 VETERINARIAN Miller Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Calls answered day of night 228 San Bernardino Road Phoaa 21581 COVINA ATTORNEYS Gail Pence Attorneys at Law NOTARY PUBLIC Rooms 7 and Reed Block Phone 14901 Calif Mtrsio Miss Ollie Jones TEACHER OF VIOLIN AND ENSEMBLE PLAYING Teachers certificate from Chicago Musical Also studied in New England Con tervatory of under Leopold First Natl flank Glendora 644 Vista Bonita Qkudon Phone 48461 Nellie Maker Piano Instruction Pupil of the Cleveland Conservatory of Music Instruction given at the homes Phone 21281 410 Puente Covina Pianiste and Teacher Frona Clarke intermediate and advanc ed grades Tuesdays and Thursdays Covina 204 14024 Los Angeles 1009 Gramcr cy Ro4283 Lucie Warren Cellist and Teacher Pupil of Ilya Bronson His method Cellist of the Sylvan Trio North Citrus Phone 17874 SUBVEYORS Engineering and Building Construction Covina Phone 13575 Steamship Tours Anywhere in the world via any line Suggestions for Holiday Vacations Tours Johp Agent Covina phone 17104 18474 phone 13221 phone 13352 MATTHEWS TRANSFER AND TRUCKING Houser Oarage Covina Phone Deliveries made Maurice Jones Florist CUT FLOWERS 546 Foothill El synonym of quality CONTRACTORS Edward Hubbard La Pucntc Walnut association an nounces that it will not sell walnuts of any kind to the public at the racking house at as has been he practice in the 1014 Edward Coman has been pledged to reltu Kappa fraternity at Oregon Agricultural college at Miss Nellie Dinwiddie returned Sunday from a five weeks trip visiting in San Francisco and Peta and the Santa Cruz Miss Dinwiddie goes to Phoenix the last of this week for an indefinite Julia Heath has purchased a of Dewey on North Fourth and is planning to build a home at John fcanjero of the Azu sa Irrigating has recovered from his recent automobile accident and is again at Anderson and were guests on Saturday of and Stoddard of Whit Woodworth is at the Covina icspital for treatment and observa Woodworth has been fail ng in health for several and William Jessup and aby of Monterey Park were Sun lay visitors at the home of Anderson and Baird of Santa Cruz vill preach at the Christian church Sunday morning and Jaird is an applicant for the pas and Curtis Laird of Cor na were guests over Saturday night f and Earl On Sunday they went to Long vhere they attended the baby par Quincy of Los Angeles was i guest Sunday of Sarah Aich and Sidney Ashton were inner guests Thursday evening of and Clyde and Beardsley of Jexter street entertained at dinner Saturday the guests being and Everett Wjllinm General Contractor AND BUILDINa STUCCO Estimates Furnished For Information phone Coviaa 12731 224 San Berdo Road Covina Valley Hardwood Floor FLARUP Parquet Floors in All Designs Hardwood Lumber of All Kinds Oak oak and pine stairways renovated equul to Electric sanding machine work a beech and birch Floors cleaned and and yard 1145 7041 585 East First POMONA FOR SATISFACTION ON YOUR BUILDING WORK CALL Phone 16891 Bigelow 532 Valencia Place Covina Reed Attorney at Law NOTARY PUBLIC Suite 029 Merchants National Baak Buildine Vandike 0687 Phone Covina Seth Ingraham Colver Attorney at Law Phone 12803 888 Badillo Covina Ricketts Attorney at Law Buite Old First National Bank Phones 12922 office 17541 Grant Chapman Attorney at Law Special attention to Wilia aad Estates Phone 10822 Covina Porter Kerckhoff A ttorneyatLaw Suite 530 Sun Finance Los Angeles Phone Trinity 4111 Phone Covina 10703 GOFF Complete line of Commercial and Barnyard Fertilizers East Badillo Street Phone 18588 Covina Specializing in Weaver Hoofs ADVANCE ROOF COMPANY 101018 Santa Fe Los Angele Sam Representative Covina 11004 Wooden shingle roofs recovered wit slate surface shingles and recovering flat Composition roofing ant all kinds ot composition repair work Pianos Out of Tune KujhtHnths of the pianos in tin country ue always out of ac cording to the president of the na tioual association of piano tuners with the result that many tliousan dollars of the spent an nually fur musical education ar He explains that when th instrument is out of the stu dents ear is likely to be harmfully Nearly everybody iu Covina reads the For plumbing rind plumbing re pairs cnll 407 North First tf After nn automobile drive Fri day evening and Leon hnrdt entertained and Har ry Weiss of Cincinnati at dinner at the Mountain Meadows country and Shellman mov ed Saturday from the Fellowship near to Italia Roy Heath of Redondo has een a guest a couple of days this veek of Ella Williams of Long Beach vas a guest of Clifford 311 William Sprotte of Monterey Park was a guest of Clifford on and Closson were linner guests Sunday of and George Robison in Eagle Walters and Lloyd Miller and two children of Los Angeles were guests Thursday of ind Edward Anderson and Tames and attended Monday he funeral services of their Henry Harlow of For plumbing and plumbing re pairs call 407 North First tf The Womans Missionary society f Christian church its nonthly noon luncheon ollowed by a program at under eadership of Miss Addie Sherman Gail and and James French of San Miss Grace Austin of North Citrus avenue was a guest over the week end at a house party given by Stowell at Sunday guests of and Barnes were and James Smith of Glendale was a dinner guest Wednesday of Anderson and Miss Sidney Ashton is leaving today for San Francisco to attend the Masonic grand lodge to be held in that and Aschenbren ner of Hollenbeck street entertained at dinner Sunday complimenting and who are leav ing soon for The other guests were William Asehen brenner and Sarah and Beardsley of Dexter street spent Cunday at Glen ranch with and Guy Brink of Miss Mae Coffman entertained Saturday evening at dinner and Seth Colver and little and Alfred Pate and and and LeRoy Pate and two children of Los Angeles and Mabel Beardsley of East Ba dillo street spent Sunday with her Thomas in Los Aschenbrenner and Pot ter spent Friday and Saturday duck hunting at Big Bear and Sidney Ashton were dinner guests Wednesday evening oi Miss Fannie Robinson on Secouc and Aschenbrennei of Cypress avenue entertained al dinner Tuesday evening ant and C and Delia Arthur Miss Grace Steward of Los Ange les has been a guest of H Bureau this Curley Bloom and Walte Coleman of Los Angeles were guest Sunday afternoon of and Mrs Carter of Miss 1Mith Knight return Sat urday evening from a month spent ii San Charles Bull and How will attend the Saturday inati nee or The Jest to hear Lawrence A night class in dressmaking i being organized to meet two night a week at the high There i no Anyone interested may telephone the high school for parti and Hutily luncheon guests Tuesday of and Miss Louise who arrived on that tiny Imm Chica go to spend the winter in Elinor Merle Ed Joorge Powers and Wilson Hall made a picnic party that spent Wednesday at Ganesha and Gnil and Miss Carlibelle Gail spent several days last week in Sherman Gail spent Wednes day in Los Hugh Hodge of Baltimore and New Mexico was a guest Sunday of and George and Randack and aniily will attend a dinner Sunday t the home of and William ane in Van The guests will ill be old Chicago and Potter enter ained six friends at a duck dinner and Trask Gant and Betty were dinner uests Monday evening of and Harold Miss Hazel Potter attended a din er and theater party at the Mason uesday and Lester Waitt of Pas dena were guests Sunday of nd Miss Ma ie Preston and Miss Sara Stephen on of Los Angeles wore guests Sun ay of and The Rebekahs held their initiation hursday members having October birthdays being hostesses or the who has been uite ill for the past three is Ralph Frost and Harry Jpham entertained the ladies of the resbyterian church at tea at the tome of the former on East Badillo treet on Wednesday Dur ng the afternoon Miss Mildred Hall ave a number of delightful piano olos and Newton ac oinpanied by Carroll en ertained with vocal William Warren and Mc Clain poured1 Sunday guests at the home of and Dye of Section Cen er street were and George merson of Los Angeles and ind Frank Holmes and two children of The Charter Oak Thimble club met Tuesday for an allday meeting at the home of and Dowuen of East Badillo street will have as heir guest over the weekend arson Sijtith of Miss Margaret a student at the University of California at Los An will spend the weekend with ier Downen is superin tendent of the Masonic Miss Marion Tillman was a guest of Claude Worsham on board the bat tleship Colorado at San Pedro re and John Sullivan of are guests of and Haime and and Frank and McHann enter tained on Saturday evening with a community dinner at their home on Cienega They were twenty four and George Meek had a their guest over the weekeud Miss MacDowell of Los Miss Sara a student at the Univer sity of California at Los Angeles was home over the On Sunday afternoon they were al guests of and Kling in and Milling Wednesday to spend a few days ii Santa and Knudtson of Puente street had as luncheon Tuesday and Gilbert Lai lum of Long and Sloan Flack and of Los Angeles wil be gueats over the weekend of Mr and Kohlmeier of Grand Misses Gail and Mary Belle Moodj and Miss Romayne Thompson motor ed to San Diego over the Miss Marion Gray of Long Beac was a guest over the weekend o Miss Edna Hanna of Orange atreet Johnson of Park street spen Wednesday on a business trip to Ri verside and Dinner guests on Sunday of Mrs Nigg Chad Haasheider and Meta Brui Alma who has bee visiting iu Detroit sine first o leaves Sunday to return to he home iu 115 College NOTICE OP TRUSTEES SALE 6543 by a Deed of dat d October recorded October in book page 353 of Official Records of Los Angeles coun John Hale and na husband and did rant and convey the property there n and hereinafter described to the ITLE GUARANTEE AND TRUST a as trus to among other payment of one certain prom ssory note in favor of John leranski and Marya his as joint and other urns of money advanced and inter st thereon and there has been a default the payment of the monthly in bailment of principal and interest ue and payable on said note on and all subsequent lonthly installments of principal nd interest due and payable there according to the terms nd by reason of such the aid John Ceranski and Marya the owners and holders of aid note and deed of exercis d their option and declared the full iinount of indebtedness secured by aid deed of trust immediately due ind there being the total um of now due and un jaid and in accordance with the provisions of Section 2924 of the Jivil Code of said John Ceranski and Marya he owners and holders of said note and deed of on June caused to be recorded in the office of he County Recorder of said a notice of such default in the pay ment of principal and interest and of their election to cause the prop erty described in said deed of trust o be in accordance with the rovisious to satisfy said ob which notice of default and election to sell was duly recorded in Book Page Official Records of said Los Angeles county and said Deed of Trust pro vides if there is a default in he payment of any of the sums se sured upon application of he holder of said the trustee shall give notice and sell so much of the property as shall be necessary to satisfy the indebtedness secured thereby and said John Ceranski and Marya Ceranski by reason of the default in payments as have requested the Title Guarantee and Trust Company to give notice and to sell said or so much thereof as shall be necessary to sell to pay all the indebtedness secured and expenses incurred necessary to the execution of said notice is hereby given that the Title Guarantee ant Trust Company by virtue of the authority vested in it as wil sell at public to the highest for cash in gold on the 15th day of at the hour of 11 oclock of said day at the western front entrance of the Court House in the City of and Cpun ty of Los State of Califor all the conveyed to i by said Deed of in and to al the following described sit uate and being in the County of Lo State of towit That portion of the Raucho La in the County of Los Ange State of described a follows Beginning at the most westerly corner of Lot 53 of El Monte Wai nut us per map recorded in Book Page 104 of record of said county thence north 01 west feet and north 53 east 340 feet to thetrue point o beginning thence 53 eas 85 feet thence north 48 07 wea 104 feet thence south 53 wes 85 feet thence south 07 eaa 204 feet to the true point of begni subject to prior encumbranc of or so much thereof as shal be necessary to pay all in costs an trustees duo and sc cured by said Deed of Dated September TITLE GUARANTEE AND TRUST By VieePresideir Attest Seey Corporate 10 The Govina a Worth It RADIO SERVICE CALL 13221 Service on All Makes of Radios Kellogg Grebe StewartWarner THE RADIO SHOP HAROLD HOUSER ALLWAYS I INtFORM San Gabriel Valley Milling Company Caterers to Chickens Phone 24111 DISON ECURITIES and Hold Them I HPHE consensus of opinion in the JL Financial Press of America is due to the tremendous supplies of money on over the next few will be satisfied with an average return of 5 on high grade Should these predictions holders of Edison Securities would be in an even more enviable position than at For Example Edison 1 Preferred on a 5 basis would sell for per Edison 6 Preferred on a 5 basis would sell for per Edison Preferred on a 5 basis wouldsell for per For a Safe Buy Edison Securities and Hold Them Edison Preferred Stoekj Authorized by the Railroad Commission of California Share jpvJt uPHdyrs for either Cash or the Installment Plata YIELD Approximately SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA JL Owned by Those it Serves Investment 4th Floor 306 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