Petaluma Argus-Courier from Petaluma, California on May 23, 1945 · Page 3
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' ' n n n A kl C CAB tl D A cd ad Mini Tancpv K I D O V 11 J r WIV w -- o ' J - amines the campaign ribbons Hy Rothman, Coast Guard combat photographer, has placed on the front of his camera, like, battle records painted on ships and planes. Personal Items Of People You Know. Interspersed With News Notes From Here and There Memorial services will take place tonight at a joint meeting of the American Legion post and auxiliary. Organisation of a' county Are protection district at Kenwood received approval Monday by a voti; of 62 to 19 at a district election held ill - the -Kenwood Women's clubhouse. At the Cottage hospital, San Rafael on May 17, a daughter v;:-; horn to the wife of Bart McCoy .of Novate Mr. and Mrs. Armin Truttman of Olema, are giving greetings to a little son born at the Ross General hospital on May 18. Pomona Grange Backs Seventh War Loan Drive HEAL.DSBURG, May 23. An all-day session of Sonoma County Pomona Grange was held in the Legion hall, at which time the purchase of bonds in the Seventh War Loan was stressed. Rev. Hugh Rrunk, pastor of tte Christian church, spoke on a visit he had made to Oak Knoll hospital in Oakland, and told of seeing Pfc. Raymond Remmell, of Geyserville, who is confined to the hospital with serious injuries received while lighting with the marines on Iwo Jima. Roberl Simpson entertained with piano selections. During the noonday dinner, Juanita Travis, whose birthday it was, was surprised with a birthday cake. The next meeting or Pomona C:'fnge will be held in Gf-yser-ville on June 1G. ivi.VRiv ror.vTY ItHCORDS F1LK1) Deed Margaret Bruggpmann to Lorenz Jessen & Ziska his wf. in jt. ten. 5-9-45 Ptn. Lots 557 and -558 City Petaluma on Nly. side Bodega Ave. Deed Ross A. Lyon & Edna E. his wf. to E. C. Goddard, single 5-1-45 Lots 139, 140 and 141 Sonoma Mission Farms No. ? . Deed Christ TharaldsPn to Walter Petersen & Edith I,., his wf,' as jl. ten. 5-11-45 EVV or Lot C-;!0 Sub. I! Colali Ho. cont.g. ti.05 ucs. Deed Roy M. Evans et, ux to Win. K. Taylor & Marie Theresa Taylor his wf. in jt. ton, 5-12-45 above. Deed Bertie N. Stobaugh Watson & C. Lewis Watson her husb. to Harold Grad & Sarah his wf. in jt. ten. 5-15-45 Lot B24 Sub. 2 of Cotati Rancho 11.09 acs. J. L. Miller, of Inverness, had an accident last week when he broke a vertebra in his back and was removed to the Ross Gen era hosnital and nlacea in a cast. His daughter has arranged In lake her father and mother to her home in Lemore where for a few months her father will be cared for." The Sebastopol war hond drive yesterday reached $9.1,942, near ly one-fifth of a quota of $531, 400. Approval of a new 7,500-unit housing program for the San Francisco bay region by the Fed eral Housing Administration is expected to include a blanket al location of an additional 7 5i home units for the northbay counties of Sonoma, Napa and Solano. Miss Ardith. Clark, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Clark of Inverness, and Robert' Johnson, son of Mrs. Frank Skinner, were married recently in Reno, Nevada. The marriage was a sur prise to their friends. Handbags. Musa's Store, 114 Main St. Funeral Notices Funeral Rite FdrMary REED In Santa Rosa May 23, 1945, Miss Lucy Hall Reed, sister of the late Quincy Reed of Petaluma, aunt, of Alfred Worthen of Lovell, Mass cousin of Misses Helen Shaw and Helen Reed of South Wey mouth, Mass. A native of South Weymouth, Mass, aged 80 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral services Friday, May 25th, at 2 p. m. at the Mount Funeral Chapel, 216 Washington St. Interment Cypress Hill cre matory. BLACKBURN & SORENSEN Funeral Service WM. S. SORENSEN OSCAR C. POPE Deputy Coroners Lady Assistant 400 WASHINGTON ST. Phone 74 iiHHiannoiiiuin!! Vr. ,jr O Prevents Smearing O Softens Cuticle O Makes Polish last longer Quarter nunc bottl. vllh applicator bruih, S0i plu lax. 1 Funeral services were conducted at 10:30 o'clock this morning at the Mount chapel for the late Mrs. Mary Pietrini who died Sunday at Hayward. The riles were foliowcd by interment in the lawn section at Cypress Hill Memorial Park beside her daughter, Theresa, who passed away three years ago. Rev. R. Orman Roberts, pastor of the Methodist church of Petaluma- of - whichMrs-Pietrini had long been a member, officiated at the services. Organ hymns were rendered by Mrs. Evelyn Paye. Numerous florai tributes came from friends. The pallbearers were H. C. Gray, J. E. Penry, CF.D. Bur-mester, C. E. Skoe, George Van Bobber and L. L. Wallace. Arthur W. Parent directed the funeral. SleCiOLDRIOK RKTUUNS FIMJM SACKAMEXTO District Attorney Charles Mc-Goldrick returned yesterday from Sacramento where on Monday night he attended a legislative meeting. As a member of the legislative committee of the California District Attorneys' association he appeared to oppose a bill modilying the present conspiracy statutes. Hearing To Probe Veteran's Death SANTA ROSA, May 23. An inquest was scheduled here today in the death of Ralph Fry, 40-year-old Aleutians' veteran, who passed away two weeks ago. He , was stricken suddenly ill after laying carpets In a downtown restaurant dining room that had been sprayed with a powerful solvent, and insecticide. Coroner Vernon Silvershield and District Attorney Charles Mc-Goldrick were to conduct the hearing. Investigation hy the coroner's office since Fry's death has revealed that everal others who worked in the place on the day the: spray wasnsed were made ill, one violently, the carqner said. Graduation Gilts Ott's. XEVKRS TO LEAVE' MARINE SERVICE SAN DIEGO. Mav 23. ZPV Maj. George Esau, 35, on Monday became athletic officer at the I). S. marine corps base, succeeding Maj. Ernie Nevers, who is awaiting discharge. Esau was athletic director for the marines in l!Kl!)-40 when the leatherneck football squad lost one game in two seasons. Nevers, former Santa Rosan and Stanford football great, will become associated with a trucking concern until the new All-American football conference opens. He has signed as assistant coach to Lt. Col. Dick Hanley of the Chicago League entry. Hanley is also a marine officer. Graduation Gifts and Cards. Studio Gift Shop. PETALUMA ARGUS-COURIER Wednesday, May 23, 1945. Page Three 'Ghost Bandit' Captured After a 24-hour hunt, Wilfred Lee Crenshaw, 24, former Sonoma county "ghost bandit," who escaped Monday night from the California Institute for Men at Chino, was captured by state highway patrolmen near Gorman, on the Ridge Route out of Los Angeles. He held up a Riverside liquor store and obtained a dozen bottles of whiskey, then stole the car in which he fled northward. ., X6.e - State .officer--, spotted - the stolen car and gave chase, but Crenshaw ignored their siren. Bullets from the gun of Patrolman E. S. Nettleship finally burst the tire and the car careened1 down a 100-foot embankment. Crenshaw was dragged from the wreckage unhurt. He will be returned to Chino officers said. He was sent to San Quentin, and later to Chino, from the Sonoma county superior court following four holdups and more than a dozen 1)urglarles. He also was accused of cashing forged checks. Romania is Europe's chief oil prod UC6F-after -the Soviet Union-; STORE II01MS EVERY DAY 9:30 A. M. TO 6 P. M. HEW NECKWEAR 98 to '2.98 Dickies in frilly styles of lace trimmed and embroidered sheer rayons. Clever neckline effects. Collar and cuff sets in a grand selection of styles. SWEATER DICKIES jfidfiJL For a More Colorful You -rh Pastels In . . . 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