Kinkade social gossip
Social Ooaiip of Interest About ThoM Who Dwell in or Wear the City of Woodland. J. B\ HInk was an arrival on the noon train. Clem Lowe made a trip to Sacramento Sacramento today. Tyler Ball went to Willows this morning. Dr. E. D. Curtis left for Monterey this morning. Frank Desmond was BU arrival on the noon train. Mrs. Russell Hunter left for Paskenta Paskenta this morning. Ben Borach come over from Cache- ville this morning. Mrs. Annie Kinkade went to Sacramento Sacramento this morning. John Campbell came up from Oakland Wednesday evening . W. C. Stetson, of Dunnigan, was an arrival this morning. W. J. Bemmerly left for Donner Lake Wednesday afternoon. W. I. Johnson and wife went lo Sacramento Sacramento this morning. James Feeny was an arrival from the north this morning. Chas. Merlng came over from Sacramento Sacramento on the noon train. Mrs. George Hoppin returned from Sacramento Ihis morning. Henry Bush returned from San Francisco Francisco Wednesday evening. Miss Rhoda Maxwell was a southbound southbound passenger this morning. Mr, and Mrs. T3ert Dlehl returned to Oakland Wednesday afternoon. ::.. Lester Armfleld, ot Sacramento, was "an arrival Wednesday evening. .M. Heardon and daughter, Miss Mag. Mag. gie, went to Napa this morning. ,. Mrs. Chas. Dameron, of San Francisco, Francisco, is the guest of Mrs. M. Gist. Constable Groh' and John Weiss, of Blacks, were in Woodland today. W. H. Curson went to Blacks Wednesday, Wednesday, evening and returned today. Miss Jennie Gibson and Miss Lola . Bray, left for Santa Cruz this morning. Mrs. Q V.'Eakle came over from Knights Landing Wednesday evening. A. Blum and family and Miss Julia Berg left for San Francisco this morning. morning. Miss Delia Leithold returned from the Yosemite valley Wednesday evening. evening. Harry Blair, a popular commercial traveler of Sacramento, Is in Woodland today. Mrs. Collins and children were southbound southbound passengers Wednesday afternoon. afternoon. Mrs. Ed Dyas and children and Miss Ella Kinkade left for Santa Cruz this morning. Mrs. W. T. Whitehouse, of Cache- ville, Is spending a few days in Sacramento. Sacramento. Mr. and Mrs. J. Sovereign joined the Hamilton party on a trip to Cobb mountain. Joe Glllesple, who has been visiting relatives at Cacbeville, returned lo San Francisco this morning. Mrs. Kate Had ley and Mrs. Lou if Cartee, of Cacheville, were in Woodland Woodland Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Martha Washington and daughter, daughter, Miss Virginia, left for Berkeley their future home, this morning. Mrs. L. Cooper, who has bpen visiting visiting her mother, Mrs. Illchter, and family, family, returned to Sacramento Wednesday afternoon. •Jv George Francis, of Napa, arrived ; from Sutter county this morning ami 'will no doubt be seen on the tennis court this afternoon. Dr. Lucy Pierce returned to Palo Alto this morning. She was accompanied accompanied as far as Sacramento by Miss Georgia Fenner and Miss May Boggs. Father Horgon, four ot the sisters from Holy Hosary Academy and Mrs. Joseph Kinkade and daughter, Miss Mary, went to Sacramento this morning to attend the pontifical requiem mass. Mr. and Mrs. B. Seltz left for San Francisco Wednesday afternoon,where they will reside permanently. For some time Mr. Seltz has been a member member of the clerical force of the Bank of Woodland. He has accepted a position position with a San Francisco banking house. Among the arrivals Wednesday evening evening were Douglas Balfour, Mose Burnett, Mrs. 0. P. Wilbur, Mrs. Thomas Ross, P. J. Hif.tt, Deputy Sheriff Sheriff Griffin, W. I. Johnson, Mrs. Joe Ben- asslnl, Otto Schluer, Miss Edith Hevei. , Mrs. Ed B. Leake and son, Paul, and . Airs. F. X. Volsard.