-SECOND SECTION r- vi- v VOTCnnz. " . : , A Published - Southern Sonoma I I K In the , i VuWorldV,w-4 largest Poultry -. -.''Section: 1 ! , '7iksr and Iffi&l ' 3 Counties..: TWO SECTIONS DAILY EVENING EDITION SECTION TWO PETALUMA, CALIFORNIA. Monday, May 22, 1933. J-'- V , - r ' ' I r i - ALL MADE FOR MORE til The United States government is Issuing another call tor' 25 men from Sonoma county, .to worn m tbe reforestation camps. The qualifications' are:: Wen ; must be eltlzeus of .the United States, citizens of the 8tat of California for one year, . ajid must have dependents. .TJiere .. . -i PASSING OF 4 TiIRS. A. F. Friends: are today monraiak the loss of Mrs. Aunie Floya loved women, who died. Sunday ; cTpuuiifc bi iu reiaiuma ueu eral hospital. For several days her condition was critical and her relatives knew that hope for her recovery was slight. At 6;45 o'lioek last night she passed to her final rest Friends today paid tribute to the memory 6f the gentle, lor lug woman who is mourned. Her kindness and generosity, her helpfulness, consideration for oioera ana aesire to do good. were traits of her beautiful character. She was a member of the lo cal Congregational church and one of its .earnest' workers, as long as her health would per mil. .. t A loving and devoteu .wife and a sincere friend, she mir mrujl In har Iff A nil Ka' . 7r m. .1 T A I . buuu auu uut;. 111 me ucmris of thoseso sadly touched, there Is deep grief today over her passing. Mrs. Green wa bora In Brooklyn, New York, November, 21, ISO and was 74 yearf 'aud, , Vka. r --41.. . 2-1 .. some .time on a ranch near town but of . recent years had- 'been making their home at 437 Douglass street." Surviving the late Mrs. Green is her husband, Edgar W. Green; a son, C. H. Green, and one grandchild, Phyllis Green. - The funeral will take place from the John C. Mount chauel.! 218 Washington street, Tuesday I gatiohal church where services will be conducted by Dr. Noel J. Breed at 10:30 o'clock The inurnment will take plans in Berkeley. Wilson Aggie Club- Project Tour A project tour that brought iwtueni to. many of the finest ranches in the. county, was enjoyed Saturday " by members of the Wilson district Aggi club -unit-wrA- accamnaniafl nv tnir leaders. Miss Annie McCammon, Mis Florence, Pometta, Joe Focha and Ralph. Carmodj- Twenty - two club " members made, the tour and on the re turn to Wilson school all oartook of a picnic lunch. Later a baseball game proved an attraction. The projects were acclaimed the best that the leaders have nsDected for some time and 'con sisted of vegetable and flower gardens, raising of stock, poultry ind .other, farm products. SO PtfiTES W voallvetr saraatc h4 tktM flu flatn trill W la yr aaaatk. - ftve. yaa Rleta ram f art aa4 eaae ta at-K, chctrtaa- aaa talkiaic. Tfcea wht aaa lUr4 the bcafimlat a-lUalaa,Paa. V;r-v;j j i Gold Seal Plates: ..13.50 St-Tlt. Plates .,.Vi21.50 - RnnflMa Plates ...... IK fl Ruhy-iite, Flatea .$47159, -w Wa" 8ertalla la atHr atauGE, PlkUvaV ...v PalaWmf Kxtractia mMiM BTW-TITaVPU4al.i;f Novocain No Paint ' Tou cwi't be burWy"o'ur'ad methods f : extraction. ; 1? , ijuVi.rJ f Fc t, Santa Rosa i aiaiata-.."-iirvt GREE mm 25 I1YMENF0R MWRESTATION is no age limit for this quota. The government is desirous of Obtaining 20 woodsmen, 1 plumber, 2 carpenters" and 2 cooks. . Those desiring to make application for these positions, must register at the Chamber of Commerce office before 3:30 p. m., Wednesday, May 24. "Reg" Sweetman Passes State Bar Examination Reginald Sweetman, son of Mrs. Geo. Sweetman, formerly of , this city and now of San Francisco, was among tbe successful college students who recently passed the state bar examination. Sweetman majored in law while attending college In San Francisco and has made ex cellent progress. He has started practicing the profession and is located, in the offices of Brown McDonnell, Mackin & Brown 1240-1241 Russ building, San Francisco. Petaluma friends of tbe for mer Petaluma boy will be in terested to learn of his success, Attorney Sweetman attended the local schools and spent his boy hood In this city, where mem hers of his family are well known. A letter received by David Waterhouse, a friend of the Sweetman family, conveyed the interesting news of the . success of young Sweetman. who work eI his way through college and was rewarded with success, The Match King On Wednesday : ' ! '. iv: Have you ever bo, .swindled? It you have, it's srih one of the, liJSny jRueaCHcl'ard la opeMtroftf'Yant! etg which are being offered by me Mystic theatre in connection with the shpwing of Warren William's newest starring vehi cle "The Match King." which opens Wednesday for a two-day run. It tells the inside story oi a most notorious swindler, Ail you liave to do is present one or more shares of worthless stock, Wednesday matinee evening, and a guest ticket will Warren William's role is that of a man absolutely unscrupu lous and ruthless with women. In his ambitions to control the world, he does not hesitate to use women of every class, to further his own ends. Its plot rivals In Imagination the wild est fiction and would scarcely be believed were it not that It has a counterpart In real life, the story having been suggested by screSmlng newspaper headlines that recently shocked both continents when a financial octopus committed suicide. The head-line-revealeL.tha woild'n most gigantic swindle. Take advantage of the oiler made by the Mystic management and make your worthless stock valuable- in the. form of outstanding -screen ' entertaiument. Program At Walker School . The Dual program of tbe year was given, at Walker schools Two Rock, Friday under the direction of the teacher, Mrs. Estelle Burton. ' a ' " The Mother's Day idea was carried put with a large number , of the mothers of students present. . , "I , 1 . ' Those narticlnaiinir In h nrn- gram were: rtecitatlons, Charles Malnatl, Alvln Misner, Cecilia Hunt, Alfred Calettl, Mary, Ann Hansen, Jean Boysen, Robert Tresch, Minnie Stornetta, Jean Mickelsen, EUvera Stornetta. Louis Silva, Clara Stornetta. , Play,. "AwakeWg-of'SPTiiig. present ed by the above named children. Piano, solo, Jean Boysen; , har monica: selection, (Louis Silraj A picnic was planned at the . close of the school term. ,, :At' the conclusion of the program, refreshments were served. New Trial Sought ; In Lepovi AVAI Case V Judge Wade Wi Moore of Pitts- bnrg Saturday filed notice of - his Intention to request m neW trial m the noteworthy -contest of the will of the late Costantiho Lepori, Judge Moore, .who is. associat ed wlth Attorney Thomas VM. Crls.00,.n tP4 cse charges , Insufficient, evidence, and irregularities at-he - first trlal.' "Carta ? Leport. seven year 1 old granddaughter of. the .late .Pitts burg financier, is seeking a larger bh aatai ttueathed'lier ; in.: toe wlll.-- DEATH CALLS ALBERT GAYE Albert Gaxe, 53, widely known vineyardist of Sebastopol, died Sunday morning at the Petaluma General hospital where he had been receiving treatment for heart ailment for more than week. Born in San Francisco, Gaye had spent forty years of his life in Sebastopol where he owned one of the largest vineyards in that section of the .county. For years he operated a winery which was destroyed by fire. His ranch located a few miles beyond the city of Sebastopol, Is one of tbe show places of that, vicinity Here he resided with his mother and sisters much of his life. He was one of the wealthiest residents of Sebastopol and prom' Inent in business circles. He al ways took a lead in the affairs of the city and was very well liked by his friends. Gaye was a member of the Santa Rosa Elks and other fra ternal organizations. The body was removed to the chapel of Lafferty & Smith, Santa Rosa. Funeral arrangements are pending. , DEATH TAKES F.BRESCIANI Frank Bresclanl, well known Chlleno Valley rancher, who had been ill for less . than a week passed away Sunday morning at the Petaluma General hospital Death wtfs caused from a throat infection.' Friends learned with regret of the sudden death of the Well known rancher who was appar ently recovering when he took a change for the 4voxse The late Mr. Bresclanl, because of his genuine worth and affable nature won a high place in tbe regard, of his friends. He works In Chileao Valley' where he had reside for many years, his death bringing sorrow to his friends on the neighboring ranches. Born in Italy, he was only 48 years of age when he died. He was the beloved husband -of Mrs Margaret Bresclanl and loving father of James, Frank Jr., Louis and William Bresciani, and de voted brother of Peter Bresciani. He leaves a mother, brother and sister, residing in Italy. Since his arrival in the state 31 years ago, he had been en gaged in the dairy business in Sonoma and Marin counties. The funeral will take place from the Blackburn & Sorensen funeral chapel Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock, thence to St. Vincent's church where a requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul commencing at 9:45 o'clock. The interment will be in Calvary cemetery. Friends Meet After Twenty-F iveYears C. C. Patton of Los Angeles Is here for a visit with his old time friend and chum, R. W. Sinclair of this city and the islt is a most enjoyable one as it Is the first reunion of host and guest in 25 years ud they have much to talk ft"lout and ask about and are making the most of their time. Mr. Sinclair is showing his guest (be natural beauties of this district which hig home in the south cannot boast of and the visitor acknowledges the fact that for natural scenic beauties, the north has tbe south beat. On Sunday they enjoyed a trip to Armstrong' grove and back by Jeuner bridge and the -coast road. .This was but pne of several jaunts which have been enjoyed., : ...... To Operate Garage At Two Rock James and Jack Barron, who formerly operated a garage In this city, have leased-the Two Rock garage from P. H. ' Krlsten-sen and are in possessions 'The garage which has been closed for some time, will be Improved and the best service will be giv en Tby. the Messrs Barron, -who are mechanics. - Mr. and Mrs. Jack ' Barron will; reside at Two . Rock-and will soon remove from, this city. Books, Books CU A,: Yealo.. . CRASH at 6ft miles fin: hour. See the Studebaker film at: the California-Theatre Sunday : and Monday. rlr41 K " Tour, Hi-Octane K dollar Volia farther. Be sure , and Jtet, Richfield at J. V. Smith's. AutoLaun-dry. SS7kN. Main 8t, Phone 8J. L and It Drnt Co. deilrer ay Phona ,T0.;". :. , " . l";-:! , NEW BOOKS AT PUBLIC LIBRARY There are a number of new books In the Petaluma Public Library which are worth reading. The best titles have been selected from the spring lists of the various publishers and the cur- ent best sellers can, be obtain ed from the library as well as fifinia rtf tha 1 aaa lrnurii lint en u n 1 ly entertaining books. A few!.1"""'- ",BU "e'e uul "v f those recently added are Fiction: As the Earth Turns, by Gladys Hasty Carroll. Waiting For a Ship, by Mar- us Lausen. Peng Wees Harvest, by Louise Old an Miln. The Great Crooner, by Clar ence Budtngton Kellaud. Encore the Lone Wolf, by Louis Joseph Vance. A Man Named Luke, by March Cost. Non-fiction: The Late Christopher Bean, by Sidney Coe Howard. He Went Away For a vvnire, by Max Miller. Gambled Wife, by Jesse Li- lienthal. The Challenge of Europe, by TME NEW APEX -JOHNSON WasUlieE'S and nEmieE)s UU l-.U ill W Go East, Yjoung Man, Go t Father And Son ! Were Delegates J. T. EaglfU, .formerly of.. this clly aud now af Hanfoid, is here for a visit with his sons. Marion and Elmer1 Eagiln and families, and is enjoying bis sojourn. He has been at Santa Rosa attending the grand convention of Pythian Knights so remained over for u visit here with his relatives and is meeting many old friends. His son, O. O. Eaglin, and icii iui tiicii iiuiiit, iie aiso Having been a representative at the Pythian Grand Lodge convention. Father and son were both representatives. Both are past chancellors, one of Fresno find one of Hijnford lodges and (when it was ascertained that a"fatber and son were representatives, they were called before the convention and formally introduced and congratulated. The father Is the oldest paHt chancellor of Ills lodge, Fresno 138, and the son is the youngest past chancellor of Haw ford Lodge 66. Sherwood Bddy. 1 Modern Tennis, by Helen Hull Jacobs. Arranging Flowers Throughout the Year, by Katharine Cary. Washer $34.75 "nd up Ironer . $6445 and up We will be glad to make a demonstration ,: in your home. aaaii East BARGAIN RATES ONMROAD The Northwestern Pacific Rall-roud is again offering unusually tempting bargain, excursionrates for this week and Petalumans traveling to Sau Francisco over t tie week-end and Memorial Day will be able to do ho on a round trip fare or one dollar as the result of the announcement just made. These excursion tickets will be sold Friday, May 26, up to and including Tuesday, May 30 (Memorial Day) with the return trip limit good to the evening of June 6, an unusual concession. .The same ratio of rates will exiift between all points ou the line including San Francisco, with a minimum fure of 75 cents. The round trip to Eureki will be ,7.20. To Sail Rafael, 73 . cents. W. J. Mortcnsen, supervisor of the Bonded Hatcheries project, who left for Lincoln, Nebraska, some time ago to- visit his mother, who is ill, is expected home this week. Mr. Mortenseu's little daughter remained here, with friends while he was absent. PETALUMA FACTORY GETS : , CONTRACT FROM GOVERNfilENT It will be of interest to the people of Petaluma to learn that the local overall factory,. Petaluma Manufacturing Company, has been awarded a substantial contract by the United States government to manufacture working clothes for the new Civilian Conservation corps. The t order will tax their factory to its fullest capacity and supply work for many operators. The increased pay roll should benefit not only the operators but all our local merchants and should be a concrete example that tbe actions of President Roosevelt Is relieving unemployment and creating jobs far in addition to the 250,000 men which the corps will use. It is reported that the supplying of 83,000 men from San Francisco district will tax the entire resources of the Pacific coast to Delegates Gave Convention Reports Mr. and Mrs. Joseph's. Peoples who have been attending the Odd Fellows' convention and Rebekah Assembly at Stockton, gave reports of tbe sessions at the last meeting of the Bloom-field Odd' Fellows and Rebekahs. " Refreshments were served by a committee composed of Miss Edna Huntley; Miss Marion Parsons and Mrs. Jennie Cunningham. ' Jr. High P. T. A. To Meet Wednesday The lost meeting for the present school term of the .Junior High School Parent Teacher Association will be held on ' Wednesday afternoon of this week at the Junior' High bchoOV and a-As ihe : meeting Is ?The last lor t ho term, there Is much Important bnsinesK to disenss and the olfienrs urge a large attendance.;. The meeting will be' called "to order at the usual hour. HAVEN'T YOU MET PEACH BtOOM? AND DASHING NEW RED.ROPRY? Then do come into our toiletries department and b introduced to these enchanting, new springtime color creations, while Helena Rubinstein's , personal representative Is our gutst from May 24 to May 25 7- She will chow you Helena Rubinstein's exquisite, ligfct- powders in the new Peachbloom shade end in other fascinating tintsT'' She will teach you how to apply the youthful new Red Poppy lipsticks that make ell lips to piquant, provocative Red . Poppy rouge that makes cheeks glow with the warmth of youth- ful coloring. Red Poppy is the merriest, cheeriest shade everl f And this representative of Helena Rubinstein, world renowned v cosmetic genius, will create for you without obligation, en individual personality make-up . . will discuss, wfrh you end Wp -5 you solve those intimate, important problems of feminine beauty. -. HEROLD DRUG CO. l'lrnlable Drugging Pctaluina, Cal,' IU 1)11 AY THIlKigrARTEK GROUND 8 TON LOTS -f gold mcdi 4- - -e UUtUClllJUlfl furnish not only wearing apparel but many other articles. - Starting on the contract Mon-. day morn Ing ' the .. local factory was a busy place, as many new operators were ' added, Alt other orders in the factory were side- -tracted in order that the factory produce as many -of these garments as possible so that the new recruits might be outfitted 'And in the forest on the date scheduled for the reforestation plan. More than a million yards of blue denim will be used alone on the Pacific coast to outfit, these men as well as countless thousands of other articles of wearing apparel, and . should, create great, activity in the entire Industry; f fi 1 ""4'.h-i The Petaluma Manufacturing company will give work to . large number ; of people . while getting out this mammoth , order and will triple its pay roll. Typographical Uuion Seat New Officers - . "f -" "V Ttr v ' Petaluma Typographical '.Union: . v No. 600, elected and Installed J. i officers at the last meeting 'when i f t the following were chosen:: Pres- ' ident," O. O. Cobb; rice'presldent, ; t H. J; Olberg; J r.v secretary nds treasurer, W. A." Carter; execu- tire board-8- members, Myron. Holmesjj-Fjr-Gi CapueeltiOeorge , Burton;' sergeant at arms, Clar enco - Woldemar-4T The-officers were' installed) by , Elite H."Newsomer -,t ' ' T. ForVoar Ov;n ,r-""j ,r;r and a real thrill, attend the California Theatre Sunday." or Monday . and ' .see .-then . test fcJbAorWr rStuaibalcut'-Proflmy-'lronnd.,-v--',-r-!! - Weiterterp Bros. 821 Itfalii Bt.' Phone 1S8S - .Vj v: " .1 - - ' , -V-r;t '"N.-V ,perton; U4 c rJT ST Msr SfiLT- (n) : A X" v. : I -A-. ,v- - ; -.V V '
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