Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on November 24, 1939 · Page 5
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Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California · Page 5

Ukiah, California
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Friday, November 24, 1939
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 1939 DISPATCH DEMOCRAT, UKlAII. CALIFORNIA PAGE FIVE In adilitioii to its hilp li wa^tllrlt Eirope, tlio American Rid Cratt ^ lilhic otn of itt bntieot yotrs in nrooling tlio noado of tlio dionotor- ttPiolcon wKilo it oorifiot on a daily fiflit agolaot aeeldootal doatli, diaoaoo and otbdr form of hoBMn dittrooo THREAT OF f PI- DEMIC —This youn9- %m (6rMd ttfcommu- HIGHWAY nh ^T AIDu- WMI* this R«d Crois voiun- tMr i^tionat for « phyiician anofhvr Firtf Aidar givas amkrganey firaahnant to an injurad meforist. Thara ara 5,500 amarganey ttationi In tha Unifad Sfatat. FRIENDSHIP flETWEEN NATlOlsIS—Tdese Red Crosi Juniors ara part of an army of 7,506,000 young Americans carrying on a program of iiiternafional correspondance to create a better understanding between nations. AID TO VETERANS AND SERVICE MEN—Scenes like this occur daily in military hoi. pitalt at Red Cross workers speed the recovery of the disabled veteran and aid man in active service, and their dependents in solving their social and economic problarm. WILLITS NEWS Firemen Ask Council to Put Up Street Names WILLITS, Nov. 22.—Newcomers and strangers in Wil- Htfl won't have to get a map to know what street they're on if recommendation of the fire department is approved by the city council. The firemen voted to make the suggestion to the city fathers, as well as' W, have their chief, Elwin Van Cleemput, appear before the council and tell that body what • Are hydrants are out of commis- •lon. The 3ig :n8 will be on the meet prominent streets. The firemen will also ask the council to put up an illuminated "No Parklne" sign on the south 'side of Wood street opposite the flff station. Despite street signs to t^ affect, the street Is always full of cars, hampei'Ing use of it. A ban on parking^ in the alley between the Wlllita News and Thu White House, and on Praii between Merrrtl'B and the Little Lake garage Is alib 'sought by the firemen. They ^111'aiik the Central Mendocino Pojuffer Company'to remove view bbs^ructions that are fire hazard;;. ,,Drin was 'set for 9:00 a. m. to U;00 Sunday, and the clerk, A! M. Sacry, wa» instructed to write a letf^' to Harold Rogers, depart^n 't member who Is ill. rj^llji Jfprd reported plans wore gfffjffefjsiti^ for the annual New Te^r^p 'dance December 30. _J ^rJ ^airmoijd Babcock was loan- e4 'i^e old fire bell, used for many yeara, jirovided he would mount it so it could be used in ease the electric aldWft should fall. The bell will be "aflded to a collection the doctor has at his Humboldl street hoina. ' Pastor Honored The Optimus Club honored the Methodist church pastor, the Rev. Ch <Mter L. Buckncr, and Mrs. Buckner ,"fit a. social affair Monday evening; ih the church social hall. A tu ^feey, vegetables, canned fi'ult and vegetables and other viands necessary for a bounteous Thjinkseiivinir dinner and holiday week were pre­ sented'tfie couple. The Circle, led by Mrs. Bettie puncan. nerved le- freshments after a rouiul of Kaiiie .-i •rected by Mr.i. R. H. Coriielt, Jr. • * * ^ Oeno Giahnm' vV'illil.s nviato)-, and Bob P<^tter.fle\v to Calistogn Tuesday to .=iee Harold RoRers wh /i • 111 at the Hot Springs. They reported he much better. • . • * ' » ' Mrs. Vic Springer went to Fair­ field Saturday on account of the death of her aunt, Mrs. Rose Staples. She returned here Sunday. • * • Five new members were initiated by the 4-H Girls at their meeting Satu.'day afternoon In the American Legion hall. Connie Sowash, president, had charge, and Mrs. AValter Tracy, leader, supervised the group. * * * Mayor William P. Whitney was busy Tue.'^day afternoon forming a county committee to have charge of the President's Birthday Celebration on January 30. He is Mendocino county chairman and plans to have his committee formed by next week. • * • W. J. Thompson pleaded not guilty Monilay before Justice A. M, Sacry of harboring a dog without a license. He will be heard again at one o'clock Monday, November 27, when he will be represented by Attorney H. L. Pieston of Ukiah. The charge against Mr. Thompson grew out of a recent raid on sheep luUing dogs by the police. One of the dogs captured was 'reported to belong on the Thompson ranch. He was without a license on him, but investigation disclosed he had one. • * * WillitHi Rebekahs initiated a class of eight from the Laytonville lodge Tuesday evening. In charge were the regular officers, with Mrs. Walter Tracy, noble grand, presiding. Refreshments were served. JolnH the Navy .Tames Page, son of Mrs. Laura Page of Alameda street, is in the ITniteil States Navy. He left here Monday fnj- San Francisco to join the submarine division. Wedne.s- day evening; he was in San r )iego and his family heard from him t^ere. Aged 19, young Page wa.'^ graduated last June from the Wii- lits high school. t « « * Jerry Rlielton of the East Valley road completed this week a new bridge.approach to his private road. Hi-Jinx The Bebekah Hi-Jlnx, held Saturday evening at the I. O. O. F. hall, was a jolly party. Games were managed by Mesdames Earl Johnson and Gerald Wonacott, after a songfest directed by Mrs. Arthur Thompson with Mrs. Grove Foster at the piano. A delicious supper was served by Miss Nellie Wolff, Mrs. Jim Harris and Mrs. Darrotd Page, at tables decorated by Mesdames Jim Martin and Ray Hall. On the kitchen committee were Mesdames Jennie H«»- clawerdt, A. H. Thompson, Emma Cureton and Irene Branscomb. I* * * A committee of the Farm Bureau Ladies' Country Club will serve luncheon to over 100 Future Farmers expected to attend a meeting December 2 at the Farm Center building. The boys will come from as far south as Petaluma and from as far north as Areata. Mrs. Edward Boe, club president, has not yet named the committee. * * . * Improvements made recently to the Ducker dairj- ranch gn the Fort Bragg road give It a most up-to- date appearance. There is a new dairy barn, attractively painted in yellow and blue, and a new sign in the same colors that calls attention prominiently. Home for HoUdays Among Wlllits young folk in the city frotn out-of-town colleges are Miss Shirley Hamilton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamilton; Miss Helen Quadrio, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Quadrio; and Harry Qualle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Quaile. They are spending holidays from the San Jose State Teachers' College. Young Quaile, who plays in the band, did not come until "Thursday as he played for the school game Wednesday. The others came Wednesday, except Miss Alice Good, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Good, who cams earlier on account of illness. Miss Esther Simonson did not plan to come home until the Christmas holidays, according to her sister, Mrs. Sidney Black. * * * At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shclton on East Rofl4, holiday gucats Thursday were her brothel' and sistei'-in-law, Ml', and Mrs. Fred Bailey of WilliU. » * * Mr.' and Mr.s. Sidney Black of Pine and North streets had a family Kroup for dinner on Thanksgiving day Guests were his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Black of San Francisco, Mrs. Black's father, H. S. Simonson, and her bi'others, Olaf Simonson and wife Mary, and Carl Simonson. « » » Mr. and Mrs. David B. Park of Oakland paid a surprise visit Saturday on Mrs. Park's sister, Mrs. E. M. Fish of Southeast Road. Accidental Death Mrs. L. S. Dilley left hurriedly Tuesday morning for San Francisco, called by the death in an auto accident of her niece, Mrs. Shirley Grafton of San Francisco, who visited here this summer and made many acquaintances in Mrs. Dilley's circle of friends. Death of the Ift-year-old Sen Franciscan occurred Tuesday morning. She leaves a year-old baby daughter. » • » Moffltt Brothers have completed a new warehouse on South Pine street. Built at an estimated cost of $500.00, it is entirely modern with a driveway the length of the structure. The brothers deal In split stuff and hay, grain and teed, • * • Mrs. Harold Rogers went to Cal- Istoga Friday to be with Mr. Rogers, who is at the Hot Springs there. He was reported improved Monday. Their children are at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamilton. • » « Mrs. Mildred Hardin, who recently sold her ranch, was in Willits several days visiting Mrs. Van Cleemput at the Van hotel. Mr.s. Hardin is temporarily in Santa Rosa. * * * Mrs. Coleman Wade (Alice Glbel- lini) went to San Francisco recently. Joining Mr. Wade there. They have taken an apartment on State street and expect to be there during the winter. Their wedding was a notable event July 23. A $150.00 permit to build a new garage, replacing one burned last week, was given Monday to. Max Estell, Safeway store manager. It is on property rented by W. H. Green of the Willits laundry. Herman Stein will do the work. Charles Zbinden, first district commander, Ameriean Legion, will go to San Francisco December 9 and 10 to attend a state executive meeting of Legionnaires. NEW CASKS FUJSD November 15, IBSS ClvU Case No. 13592— Guido Bartalini, a Minor, etc. vs. Carl Wall, Louis Vlarengo, et al: Complaint filed through Attorneys Burlce & Rawles seeking Judgment in the sum of $2500 alleged to be due by reason of defendant being injured on May 30, 1939, by an automobile operated and driven on a race traek known AS "Carl Wall's Race Track" in Fort Brag(^^Calir^ Case No. 8482— Estate of Fred C. Waugh: Petition for letters of administration nUd by Sadie I. Waugh through Attorneys Mannon & Brazier. Petitioner alleges that deceased died on Nov. 6, 1939, leaving estate consisting of real and personal property of the estimated value of $12,836.00; that the next of kin and heirs at law are: Sadie I. Waugh, surviving widow. Hearing on petition set for Dec. 1, 1930. November 16, 1939 Probate Case No. 6483—Estate of Adele Glilo.ssi; Petition for letters of administration filed by Antionio Ghi- ossi through Attorney Geoi'ge A. Faraday, Esq. Petitioner alleges that deceased died on Oct, 24, 1939. leaving estate consisting of real and personal propei'ty not exceeding $1300 in value; that the heirs are: Antionio, surviv:ng husband; Ernesta Mennueci a daughter; Gina Cheatham, daughter; LK>uiti Ghlussi, son: and Evelyn Ohiossi, daughter. Hearing on petition set for Dec. l, 1939. November 17, 1938 Civil Case No. 1359S—Nlles E. i-'eakins et ux vs. Carolyne Fruitman and Sidney Waters: Complaint filed through Attorneys Louis J. Hardic and Albert M. Hardic, wherein the plaintiffs seek general damage in sum Of (10 ,000, $1500 consequential damages and $389.65 for damages to automobile, alleged to be due by reason of en automobile collision which occurred on the Redwood highway ten miles south of Ukiah on Sept. 3, 1939. November 18, 19S9 Civil Case No. 13594—Veta Dawn Rinkel vs. Louis Eugene Hinkel: Complaint for divorce filejj through Attorney Charles Kasch, Esq, Plaintiff alleges that pBitie,-- intermarried on Sept. 25. 1929, at Tiajuana, Mexico, and aeparatoil on April 19, 1939; that no children have been born the issue of said marriage; that there i.s certain community property, and that defendant has been guilty of extreme ciueUy. Plaintiff asks for deeiee of (iivoic 'e, for ft division of th<. community property, and that defendant p.iy: $75,00 per month to plaintiff fcjr her i support pending the tiiiil of f;M ' action, and $25 ,00 eonjt e(;.^'s .'jmi a le.'Ksonaiile f (*e to .'ittni 'ne\' f'lr plaintilT. NoveinlMir 20, I9:i9 Civil i C^^e No. 13595 William Hoii,,! Philtipri vs. Gen!<:e Cvangaline I^liil- lips: Complaint for divorce filed through Attorneys Burke & Rawles. Plaintirr alleges that parties intermarried on June 26, 1937, and separated on July 15, 1939; that no children have been born the issue of said marriage; that there is certain community property, and that defendant has been guilty of extreme cruelty. Plaintiff asks for decree of divorce onlj. Case No, 1.3596—Walter A, .Stenback vs. George Decker: Cerlllied copy of findings and awaid of Industrial Accident Corami-ssion filed, awarding iudgment In th" simi of $237.85. 0 Mr.s. John Parducci and .son, Richard John, were weekend- guests of the H. E, Newell family In Richmond. During that time Parducci and his father-in-law. Arthur Romer. fi.shed al the Big Break. San Joaquin river fishing resort of Mr, and Mrs. Otto Miller, The family returned In a group Sunday night with a good catch of CALPELLA CALPELLA, NOV. 22.— ROSft Testa ' of San Francisco spent the weekend 'at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Testa of Oalpellii. i John Baker and son, Cornelius, motored to San Fi'ancisco Friday on business, i Richard Silver has been on the sick ILst for the past week, ! Mr, and Mr.s. E. V. Snook of Laytonville were vLsllors In Calpella and Ukiah Saturday, Betty Moore of Ukiah is visiting at the Mark Howard home in Cal- jiella al pi'e.senl, Mr, and Mr.s. William Held of San Francisco will make a Thanks- Blvlng visit Sunday at the tiome of Mr. Hold's p .ireiil.s, SU|5erior Judge and Mi'S. W. D, L, Held, '"~ • Mr. and Mr.s, Charles Butts • Mr, and Mrs, Bill Nel.son, pro- were receiu ho.sLs In Mi: and Mrs |3rielor.s of Camp Dougla-s in the A. H, Wagner of Sacramento. The Sierr.i.s, were vl.sitor.s al (he home of Bulls .arranged a trip to poinU Mr. and Mr.s, ,1, w, Rosv on the jnrlui:,,;: .lo.mer - Ijy - the -Sea, lor Arthur Homer ranch Siilurriny. Tile theii uwM^. Nei.soii,s were eiiroule horn;' frnm ii _ ' , vaeiilion trip :o Taronia. JOi'RNAL CLASSIFIED'' PAY! • Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Higgins spent the week erid at Caspar on the Mendocino coast. Earlier in the week Mrs. Higglns attended the funeral of Ira Pyle, prominent Santa Rosa realtor, who passed away in Santa Rosa. He Is survived by a devoted sister, Mrs. Veraer Ronk, president San Francisco Federation of Women's Clubs, and well known to Ukiah clubwomen; 1 Sharpen: • SAWS (AH kinds) • LAWNMOWERS • SCISSORS • TOOLS "J AM also equipped to do all kinds of cabinet work and all types of furniture repairing... Expert scroll sawing: and wood turning." — All Work Guarcmteed — F.L Foster CKIAH, CALIF. Information Department For Quick Results GARAGE PHONE AuthorizL'd Biiick .s.'ilcs and .service. All makes 23J C.'irs Kiveii Qxptvi and promiJt attention. CMC trucks. .Vnr?o^";?.'^-cA^'*''*' '^'**^''''^y J'o"- WEBER BUICK . D., 209 South School St. INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS OccidenL.l IJfe Iii.suiance C'oniijan.v — local agency. Life, accident, .sickne.s.s, annuities. Let us help you «ret protection. FRED A NASSIE, 111 West Per. kill.", St., Ukiiih. 713 ,168-W JEWELRY - GIFTS - REPAIRS A fine selection of diamond.s, watches and .. jewelry. Also a nice selection of ine.fpen.sive gifts and party prize.s. We maintain one of the finest watch- repair department.s. Repair work guaranteed. ROBERTS & BOWERS, 106 Standley St., Ukiah. Calif. TYPEWRITERS Woodstock Typewriter Agency, Frank B. 1082 Temes, factory representative, 136 Kentucky St., Petaluma, phone 1082. All makes, standard and portable, sold rented, repaired, exchanged. Adding machines hajnmed^W'ord eft with Redwood Journal will reach m.

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