Pismo Times from Pismo Beach, California on January 22, 1937 · 5
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'l Page Five fISMO TIMES, PISMO BEACH, CALIFORNIA ;er re- alt the the sail she for be the the my, -uc. ap. will 1001, i nc t 01 ling ceil, ires etn- etor eaa. sized uild. real nun. k 1 'Ai yor of Mayor Daniel lardia, Town, ly, rui y. He miles Since of al) i from n hare here. for 3 nine !i4 lly bed off ue tide of to be a lack ol s boys honors led his i great Father apermen 19 years vp today a its 36C and and is dream he show-tter writ-Hoover, G-Men, ,ys Towr le to ca need dealt ont nd crush e. younf an opPr stern Pr? :holarshil e and 1 ,em d0'm ile: , h Tnich b I go bac LEGAL NOTICES NO. 1X646 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO. COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO, plaintiff, vs. CLARA ZYDNER, JOHN LOOSE-MOORE and GERTI LOOSE-MOORE, his Wife, MADELINE B. PETTIT, J. H. GRUTT as Receiver of Central National Bank of -w- - -- --- Oakland an insolvent national , against you in the Superior Court bankmg' association, JOHN E. of the State of California m ar d HART, MAUDE E. HART, JOHN for the County of San Luis Obis- 11713 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO. Frances Pruitt, Plaintiff, vs. Leo Pruitt, Defendant. j Action brought in the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Luis Obispo, and the Complaint filed in the office of the County Clerk ot said County. The People of the State of Cali-fornia send greeting to Leo Pruitt, Defendant. , , . You are Hereby Directed to Appear and answer the Complamt in an action entitled as above brought lUKiliM At the Ward, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday PISMO BEACH CATHOLIC CHURCH H. WATTS, A. V. TOMASINI, HARRY E. LONG, W. E. DYSART, CYNTHIA L. STERLING, HELL-MAN COMMERCIAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK, a corporation, T. A. JORDAN, C. C. BOSWELL, EMMA WHEELER, JOSEPH BROWN-STONE, A. A. BOSWELL, RANDALL J. HOOD, CLAIRE LAW-SON BLOWERS, as administratrix of the Estate of Henry S. Dole, deceased, FIRST DOE, SECOND DOE, THIRD DOE, FOURTH DOE, FIFTH DOE, SIXTH DOE, SEVENTH DOE, EIGHTH DOE, NINTH DOE, TENTH DOE, FIRST DOE COMPANY, a corporation, SECOND DOE COMPANY, a corporation, THIRD DOE COMPANY, a corporation, FOURTH DOE COMPANY, a corporation, and FIFTH DOE COMPANY, a corporation, Defendants. Action brought in the Superior -Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Luis Obispo, and the Complaint filed in the office of the County Clerk of said County. t t The People of the State of California send Greetings to the above name Defendants: YOU, AND EACH OF YOU, are hereby directed to appear and answer m an .action entitled as above, brought against you, and each of you, in the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Luis Obispo, and to answer the complamt therein, within ten days after service upon you of this summons, if served within tins county, or within thirty days if served elsewhere. The above entitled action is brought by the plaintiff to condemn and acquire in fee simple, for public park purposes, those certain premises described as follows, -to-wit: . .. In the County of San Luis Obispo, State of California. Lots 7, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, -25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, of Block 49 of Oceano Beach, as per maps made by Ensign and Ransom, Surveyors, and filed for record in the office of the County -Recorder of said County on August 10, 1905. , , Reference is hereby made to said complaint for the description of the respective parcels of land sought to bo condemned. And you, and each of you, are hereby notified to appear and show cause why the property above described should not be condemned as prayed for in said complaint. And you are hereby notified that unless you appear and answer as above, said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the said complaint. Given under my hand, and the seal of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Luis Obispo, this 31st day of July. 1936. nonlTT GWEN MARSHALL, County Clerk. (SEAL) E c schwAFEL, Deputy Clerk. M. R. VAN WORMER, Attorney for Plaintiff. Publish in Pismo Times two months as and from Nov. 27. For Sale I will sell my fine home on Grand Avenue, Grover, one mile from Pismo Beach, for $3500.00. The house is 32 by 40 feet, three bedrooms, all modern and beautiful, and free of debt. CHAS. W. YOUNG. Box 1071, Pismo Beach, Calif. 6tp po, within ten days after the ser-vice on you of this Summons, if served within this County; or within thirty days if served elsewhere. And you are notified that unless you appear and answer as abo'e required, the said plaintiff will take judgment for any money or damages demanded in the Complaint, as arising upon contract, or will apply to the Court for any other relief demanded in the Complaint. . . Given under my hand and tne Seal of the Superior Court of tne State of California, in and for tne County of San Luis Obispo, this 27th day of October, 1936. (SEAL) GWEN MARSHALL, Clerk. By Margaret Muzio, Deputy pi.1""-E E Neal, Attorney for Plaintiff. Publish in Pismo Times two months as and from Jan. 15, 193 f. St. Paul, the Apostle Pismo Street, between highway and Bello Avenue, Pismo Beach. Masses every Sunday at 8 and 10 o'clock. Week days at 8 oclock. Catechism instructions alter 10 oclock mass. Fridays at 4:30. Father Mathias, pastor in chargp. Father Nicholas, assistant. WANTED Housekeeper, comfortable home at Shell Beach, one child in school. Apply Pismo Times office. PISMO BEACH COMMUNITY CHURCH Jesus and John Baptist Genial Gentlemen Two" will be the subject of the sermon to be delivered at the Pismo Beach Community Church Sunday morning at 11 oclock by the Rev.' Dr. James Clement Reid, of Santa Barbara, minis-ter-in-charge. OCEANO CHURCH E. J. Bradner, Pastor 9:30 Morning worship. 10:30 a. m. Sunday School, J. O. Strain, superintendent. 6:30 p. m. Young peoples meeting. S. P. Ford, president. 7:30 Evening Worship. Gradowitz To Build Super Market Exclusive Dealer In Fruits and Vegetables Frederic March and Oliva de Havilland are the stars of the Warner Bros, filmization of Anthony Adverse, based on the best-selling novel of Hervey Allen which was read by more than three million people. DIESEL CATERPILLAR TRACTOR LEADS THE ECONOMY PARADE FOR RENT 3 room modern house, bath, garage, large yard. See John Weil at Wigwam. tfc FOR RENT 60 acres (crops or cash rent); I also offer for sale, heavy team and farming equipment. Apply J. E. Stevens, Oak Park, or address R.F.D. No. 2, Box 92 San Luis Obispo, Calif. Phone) Arroyo Grande 238F13. 4tp FOR RENT 3-room house, 520 Wadsworth Street, Pismo Beach. Phone No. 23. tf. Jack Shannon, Jr. is confined to home with flu. TYPEWRITER RIBBONS Good quality, 50 cents. Pismo Times Office, Ward Theatre Building, tf JLGiiS ms&H Adults FOR ICE SERVICE BEER, WINE, SYPHONS and SODA POP Mahan Wholesale ICE & BEVERAGES T. A. Mahan Pismo Beach TONITE-SAT Wallace Beery with Eric Linden, Cecilia Parker in OLD HUTCH I The laziest man on earth until he found $100,000. A heartwarming hit loaded with laughs.l Also latest Disney Silly Symphony, Sportlight, musical and News. CHURCHES OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST The Psalmists words: The Lord is good; his mercy is everlasting; and his truth endureth to all generations, are the Golden Text in the Lesson-Sermon on Truth on Sunday in all branches of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. The Lesson-Sermon includes these verses from Luke; After these things the Lord appointed other seventy also, and sent them two and two before his face into every city and place, whither he himself would come. Therefore said he unto them, The harvest truly is great, but the labourers are few: pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he would send forth labourers into his harvest . . . And into whatsoever city ye enter, and they receive you, eat such things as are set before you: And heal the sick that are therein, and say unto them. The kingdom of God is come nigh unto you. One of the passages from Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy, states: Jesus instructed his disciples whereby to heal the sick through Mind instead of matter. He knew that the philosophy, Sci-; ence, and proof of Christianity were Children 10c j m Truth, casting out all inharmony. Many volumes might be written While the pleasure car manufac - -- turers are stressing stream lines. upon the varied tools which man has used to harvest his crops since the beginning of time. The scythe, the cradle and the flail have had their day, even in our own time. .. - . . The earliest harvesting machine of j tractors, road builders and indus which there is any record, was a trial enterprises. Then too, our lo-wheels and cal concern, the Luke Tractor & Equipment Co. sells them locally. In the household provision line Mr. Meyer Gradowitz of Santa Maria now at 115 E. Church, phone 104, is an exclusive dealer in fruits and vegetables which he sells both wholesale and retail. He deals extensively in fruits and vegetables of all kinds. Honest dealing with his long list of customers with years of service is the result of the Meyer success. He has always had the interest of the home at heart, trying at all times to save his customers money on purchases made. When he started in business he decided that our readers would patronize an establishment which would serve them efficiently and at the same time save money by purchasing from the Meyer produce concern. His success since his inception testifies to the exact wisdom of his course. Adding to the commercial value of this section, Mr. Gradewitz is to build a new super market in Santa Maria on the Elks property at 501 S. Broadway. He will sell a most complete line of fresh meats, complete line of groceries and every thing that a super market sells in the large metropolitan centers. He has always sold at very moderate pi ices, saving the housewife many dollars during the course of his successful business career. At a tremendous expense, this new market will be constructed, thus showing the Gradowitz explicit faith in the future of our fast growing section. Mr. Gradowitz will give our readers cheerful information regarding any phase of this important side of life, buying in large quantities at a low price so as to pass some of the profit to his customers. This section is indeed fortunate to have such a progressive business man to serve them with fruits and vegetables. He adds in no little measure to the progress and prosperity of this entire district. We wish to say that he is wholehearted in his support to lend a helping hand that will better public improvement and at the same time save our readers money by purchasing from his worth while establishment. N.B.N. box mounted upon pushed from the rear by an ox. Some sort of a cutting arrangement was attached to the front of the box to gather and cut the grain heads. Long before the Christian era, the farmers of Gaul were using these odd contraptions to harvest their little fields of grain. The Luke Tractor & Equipment Co. at Santa Maria and San Luis have long been the leading tractor and equipment company in this territory, selling the famous Caterpillar line of tractors for all types of tractor use. Automobiles may lead the styles shows, but the Caterpillar Diesel tractor has stepped out in front of the economy parade. Caterpillar pioneered the Diesel tractor in 1931. This machine bums fuel oil costing around 5 cents a gallon and they require only 40 to 60 per cent of the fuel used by gasoline operated tractors. In this edition, it gives us pleasure to pay our respects to this public spirited concern under the personal management of Mr. Thos. Luke. He is rendering a much needed service to our readers and farmers in this locality. We commend him upon his civic duties as one of this communities leading citizens. . N. B. N. To Obtain Quality Visit Penneys In Santa Maria Latest Ideas of Leading Designers BYRON JACKSON MAINIA1NS ADEQUATE PUMP SERVICE the Chamber of Commerce in the town where the store is located. Thus you can readily see that the money spent at this store stays in this locality. In their line of ready-to-wear you will find the latest ideas of the leading designers in this country as well as of Europe. This line has been purchased with the idea of giving the people of this section the latest Eastern fashions at a reasonable cost. Mr. W. A. Vandergrift, the man- garments' Every customer of this j ager of this fine store in Santa ftore nays one and the same price, Maria, is one of the most piogres-no more and no less. That price sive business men of ttecommu-assures you of a superior value on lty. account -of no sales and no charge accounts. They etend the same They carry at all times a large stock of ladies and misses ready-to-wear, shoes for men, women and children, ready-to-wear for men and boys, notions and high class dry goods and novelties. The store in Santa Maria at 116 E. Main is considered one of the first class mercantile houses in this and adjacent sections. In this store will be found not only the styles and materials in the most popnular vogue of the day but the most conservative of modish Card Party at Edna Monday, Jan. 25 Sun.-Mon.-Tues., JAN. 24-25-26 The road show attraction now at regular prices ANTHONY ADVERSE with a huge cast headed by Frederic March. WED.-THURS., JAN. 27-28 Bing Crosby with Madge Evans and Edith Fellows in PENNIES FROM HEAVEN Its tuneful, merrie, irresistible. You will love it from start to finish. Also a Crime Doesn't Pay FRI.-SAT., JAN. 29-30 Freddie Bartholomew, Jackie Cooper, Mickey Rooney in TH DEVIL IS A SISSY Another great human drama by the one who made San Francisco. Will bring you laughter tears and cheers. Dont miss it. Also a Major Bowes, Pictorial News. The Edna 4-H Club will a card party next Monday hold Jan. 25, at 8 oclock, in W. O. W. Hall, it was announced by Miss Grace Stornetta, general chairman. There will be prizes of farm produce, special prizes and refreshments, Miss Stornetta said. Pro-ceeds will be used to aid 4-H activities. The committee assisting the gen-eral chairman is composed of Ernest Righetti, Frederick Righettr Geraldine Tomasini and Katherine Christensen. 24-Hour Garage Service PRINTED HERE Is "Printed Right n We take special pride in producing high grade business stationery. Good typography, good press-work and are three good reasons why our printing excels. Pismo Times Printing Studio Cypress Street Pismo Beach When an accident or a stalled motor stops you on the road call our towing service The hour is never too late nor the distance too far. Modern, fast towing service to tae you to your own garage or to our own repair shop. Were Equipped to Make All Kinds of Repairs Our staff of trained mechanical experts are prepared to ao all repair work that lsn55fsj sary to put your oar in A No. a condition. Highway Garage PHONE J319MMENEISEAC1 Band to Sponsor Magic Show (From Hi-Chatter) Friday evening, February 5, 1937, the A.G.U.H.S. band will sponsor a magic show to be given by Elmer J. Whipple, sleight-of-hand artist. The program will be given in the high school auditorium. Admission for this program will be: adults and high school students cents, and children (under 12) 15 cents. Tickets will be on sale Monday, January 25, by any member of the band or orchestra. The purpose of this program is to raise money for band uniforms. The tentative committees in charge of the program is composed of the following: Publicity: Walter Mathews, chairman; Donald Baxter, Lorraine Anderson. Ticket sales and printing: William Smvers, chairman; Le Roy Hawkins, Peggy Sheehy. Auditorium and doormen: Tom Baxter, Bill Houser, George Stoll. Program printing: Robert Crozier, Katherine Tanaka. Students and parents are urged to attend this program for it is the wish of Mr. Brown and the members of the band to present to the public, a band that looks like a band as well as sounds like one Byron Jackson pumps water from the thirsting earth because the need of sufficient irrigation facilities is felt very keenly throughout a wide territory. Mr. Wm. MacDonald at 122 W. Main in Santa Maria, phone 29, is the pump trouble man in this district, selling Byron Jackson units as well as having a complete repair shop for the various makes of other pumps. He gives a complete service on the Byron Jack-son line and a guarantee on the different jobs completed by efficient men in his employ. Byron Jackson pumps have been used in this locality for lo these many years and they have built a reputation for economy and reliable service. There are few, if any pumps on the market today, that contain the distinctive features of the Byron Jackson. It is not at all strange that our local farmers buy and use the Byron Jackson units as manufactured by the "BJ concern. Byron Jackson is more than a trade name. It is one conecrn which has gained their knowledge of the pump business in the school of actual experience. By almost uncanny judgment, they are manufacturing a pump which has taken its place as a leader in the entire locally. Mr. MasDonald will diagnose your pump needs and then conscientiously recommend the size of pump which is best needed and adapted to your individual requirements. Farmers! Think for a minute be-fore you purchase your next pumping units. Is the pump desirable for this locality? Will the upkeep be out of proportion? Does the pump require undivided attention? Will it pump the required amount of necessary water? Last, but not least, is the first cost the last cost? Well! From the hundreds of local owners who are succesfully using Byron Jackson pumps it might be said, ask the men who own them. N.B.N. square deal and just treatment to all of our readers. All managers of Penney stores belong to the different civic clubs. One hundred per cent belonging to He is a consistent booster for all propositions that promise public improvement. We call our readers attention to this reliable merchan-dismg mart at Santa Maria managed by a man whom we all know as Van. N.B.N. LET KYLE ROOFING CO. SOLVE YOUR ROOF PROBLEMS PISMO TIMES Founded January 30, 1831, by E. K Pratt and Winifred Pratt. Adjudged a ewspaper of general circulation in San Luis Obispo Coimty by Su-perior Court May 2. I932-fnd published dvery Friday in the Times Building. Cypress St.. P smo Beach, San Luis Ospo county, California. Subscription price, payable in advance: One year, $2.00, Six months, $1.25: Single copies, 5c Entered as second-class matter February 6, 1931, at the post offlce at Pismo Beach, California, under - . . the Act of March 3, 1879. E. L. and numD industry. This onecrn is a big w Pratt, sole proprietors. E z z sr? rd saw Pismo is a city of rare beauties, and from January to January there is a succession of blossoms in such riots of color that it has the ap- i pearance of a multiplied rainbow. o An eighteen-hole golf course the finest in America is a certain-ty It will be in full view of the singing sea. Oh, boy! Imagine a game of golf in surroundings like I that. Er-rcnt ial Pornfin IPIPINTINClI Good Presswork, Good Typography Good Paper We seek perfection on each order we print. An order -here does not mean just so much papier and ink but a happy combination of the printers craft and papers known for their quality c BUY YOUR PRINTING AT HOME PISMO TIMES PRINTING STUDIO Times Building, Cypress Street The Kyle Roofing Co. from their convenient location in Santa Maria at 625 E. Orange, phone 174-Y, is out of the high rent district featuring water, wind and dust tight roofing. By phoning Mr. Chas. C. Kyle or calling on him he will cheerfully give you any desired information without the slightest obligation on your part. His estimates have been always with regard to quality on all roofing problems and he has executed mans satisfactory contracts in this and adjacent sections. The success of any roofing concern depends largely on the ingenuity of the applicator. At- the office of this reliable company they have men who have a tactful touch and exceptional skill when it comes to applying roofing material. Their roofs will give the home or business block that cast of class so much desired in 'the modern buildings of today. The Kyle roof augments the value of the property, therefore if a contemplated sale is desired, it is well to have this con-ern do your roofing work so as to increase the sale value of the prop- erty. ,, . Quick to appreciate the worth of this home owned and operated establishment, the people of this section have been loyal in their support of this institution in Santa Maria. They employ a number of people and increase the payroll oi this community, thus keeping into circulation many dollars that otherwise travel to some distant city Their men are thoroughly conversant as to the laying of roofs accurately and correctly, leaving no waste material and putting the roof on in an artistic manner. Pride in craftsmanship is the one incentive that they bear in mind, thus the rapid strides that the Kyle Roofing Co. is making is by sheer workmanship. To have a roof applicator who knows his roofs phone 174-Y in Santa Maria and their representative will give you his unbiased estimate. N.B.N. San Luis Fiesta To Begin June 4 San Luis Obispos 13th Annual Fiesta de las Flores will be held June 4, 5, and 6, according to an announcement made by Father John Harnett, pastor of the Old Mission and general directoi. The dates were decided upon at a meeting of the Fiesta committee held Monday evening in the Mission hall. Jesse Yoakum will act in the capacity as general chairman again this year and will be aided by the following: Co-ordinating Chairman Will P-Brady, Secretary Frances Serano and Treasurer Walter Pfleghaar. According to advance plans, this years Fiesta will surpass last years three-day celebration. Fiesta funds are used to restore the Old Mission. visit INVITE your friends to Pismo Beach the place for peace and rest. Tell them about our majestic beach and the wcavderful year around climate. When Your Doctor Prescribes he gives careful thought and highly specialized knowledge to the instructions he writes out for your druggist to follow. You owe it to him and to the well-being of the patient to have the prescription filled by a reliable pharmacist. That is why you will make no mistake when you use our service. SSJ'-KW

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