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FRroAY, DECEMBER 1, 1930 DISPATCH DEMOCRAT. UKIAH. CALIFORNIA PA6«3 THREB *^3wifi (ML 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 YEARS AGO m TEN YEARS AGO November 25, 1929 Wool Prize A Mendocino county wool grower, -Frank C. Clarke of LayfonviUe, came inear making a clean sweep of the 'awards of the wool show held in San Francisco last week. Clarke won seven firsts, two seconds, and one third prize and brought home with Wm five trophies, among them the ifamous Palace Hotel cup, valued at ;«1500. Football Ukiah fans will have an opportunity to witness a high class football game betwecli the scrappy, little Ukiah team and the brilliant Eureka high school eleven on the local field, Thanksgiving day. Neil Pasties Charles Neil, well known resident of Potter Valley, passed away at his home Thursday. 'He sulferad a j paralytic stroke some months ago. Bear Hunt Raymond Hill, Earl Caldwell and Georges Barnes retunisd from a hunt Friday,'bringing as trophies two brown and one black bear. They were captured on the range about 20 miles east of Covelo. Deer Pest At a recent meeting of the North Coast Conservation Committee of the State Chamber of Commerce, it was clearly emphasized by agriculturists and conservationists alike that the board bill of wild deer in Mendocino county has reached alarming proportions. Practices which will reduce losses will be considered at the meeting, to be held in Ukiah. Dedicate Gymnasium On Thursday evening of la,st week the new high school gymnasium in Batter Valley was formally dedicat- ea to good health and clean living. Short talks were given by R. O. Foster, C. M, Fulkerson, P. B. Westerman, Howard McGuffin and Miss Marion Jones, who represented the l ^udent body of the school. J. J. Thornton presided. TWENTY YEARS AGO November 21, 1919 Lierly Dies Jerry Lierly passed away in this city last Tuasday at the advanced age of over 81 years and six months. Mr. Lierly came here from Illinois in 1865. settling first at Sanel, from where he moved to the place on Eel river above Potter Valley, which he owned at the time of hi.s death; h? made his ranch one of the be.st known summer resorts in this part of California. Victory Talk The second number of the Lyceum course was given last night at the Victory theatre. Dr. Edward Amherst Ott spoke on "Victory," It was one of the most inspiring and thought inducing talks ever given in Ukiah. "Victory" is a lecture on the reconstruction jn'oblems following the war. It is full of hope that the gains of the war may not be lost through our failure to continue • the fight for high standards and ideals. Takes Associate Attorney E. J. Weldon has a.sso- clated with him in llie practice of law A. L. Wcssels, a recent arrival in this state from Colorado, llog: Shipment Harry Beard and George Bauer, the well known Round Valley stockmen, shipped 1075 more hogs over to Colusa and Glenn counties last week to fatten in the rice fields. Th:y now have more than 4000 hogs in those coutnies. Atlorney'E Record The conviction cf J. W. Moore by a jury last week marks the ninety- fourth consecutive victory in the Superior court for District Attorney Hale McCowen, Jr. Since Dec. 18, 1917, there has not b°en an acquittal In this court, the various defendants having been convicted or having entered l)Ieas of guilty. This assuredly is a splendid record and one of which his friends can be proud. We doubt if it can be equal­ led or excelled anywhere else In the state. Salary Raise Attaches of the Ukiah Postoffice are rejoicing over the news that they have been granted material increases in salaries, dating from July 1. Personals The .sale of the famous O. R. Meyer pear orchard near Hopland was consummated recently and the new owner, A. Rossetti, has taken pcssession. The orchard consists of about five acres and is one of the show places of Mendocino county. The Cultus Club met on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. P. H. Joseph. The matter of a community nurse, whose expenses should be borne by the local Red Cross chapter, was discussed and the proposition received the hearty approval of the club. Last Saturday night Kalevala Brotherhood gave their annual ball at Fort Bragg. Judge J. A. Cooper, formerly of Ukiah, now a supreme court commissioner, was in this city several days this week greeting his old friend.s Henry Hopper and John Rede- meyer have bought out all the heirs of the Bower estate at Potter Valley, except on3. The estate Includes 6,000 acres of land and 1760 head oi sheep. The Honeymoon The annual Thanksgiving play by the senior class of Ukiah High School will be given at Marks Opera House, Thursday evening, November 30. The dramatic personnae is as follows: Dan Osborn. Robherd Thomas, Fred Barrett. Eld on Rader, Fred Holman, Joe Hildrcth Guy Redwlne, OUn Nuckolls, George Thomas, Alice Ruddock, Madge Smith, Louise Ames, Edna Silberhorn. Personals Doc Standley and Slim Wilson killed five large bear above the former'? ranch last week. Both these gentlemen are expert bear hunters, and they have the right breed of dog? for it. Jack La Franchi and hi.s sister, who were ci-ossing the beach between Fernriale and West Point In a wagon, were carried out to sea by the tidal wave. SONGS OF LONG AGO GAMBLING E THIRTY YEARS AGO November 19, 1909 Weather Report During the season of 1908 and 1909 the rainfall was 57.40 Inches, according to the records of Dr. George McCowen. Veteran's Lucfc David G. Frazicr of this city ha.s completed his proofs of identification, which entitled him to a pension and back pay for services in the Indian Wars in Washington and Oregon. 1855 and 1856; as back pension he will receive $2100; back salary the sum of $2800. In addition to these amounts hs has a claim of $40 per month for the period of 53 years, on account of a severe wound received while marching on an Indian stronghold in Washington. Will Change Quarters The Savings Bank of Mendocino FORTY YEARS AGO November 23, 1889 Meteors Leslie and Wayne Crawford journ- ied to San Francisco last week to gst a'better view of the meteoric shower. Tidal Wave A great tidal wave struck the coast of thi.s county last Tuesday. Two men. Frank Ward and Chris Jones, were swept out by a receding wave and lost at Bear Harbor, The COO- FIFTY YEARS AGO November 29. 1889 Royal Arch Ukiah chapter No. 53. conferred the Royal Arch degree Saturday evening. After the ceremonies were comiileted the members sat down to ah elegant banquet, furnished by B. S, Hirsch at the Grand Hoel. Apple Cuj'turc C. E. Harblne dropped in to .see us a few moments last Wednesday and brought us a few choice apples from his orchard on Ten Mile river, comprising the following varieties: Fall Belle Fleur, Baldwin, Ben Davis, all fine specimens of what the coast is callable of producing; we can raise the same fine fruit here with a little attention, and it Is only a matter SENIORS TO REVIVE OLD TIME MELODRAMA For years young people heard their elders talk about "the good old days of the theatre" and the conversation has al- w^s intrigued their interest. Were the plays of those days better than the ones of today? Folks used to rush to the old Marks "Opery House" to see> the noble hero rescue the beautiful heroine and in so doing pi-evcnt her from being forced out into the cold, croo-el world to escape the attentions of the black-heai'tcd villain. Now Ukiah is to have a chonce to sec a play that is'fashioned after these old time thrillers. "Pure As the Driven Snow, or, A Working Girl's Secret" will be presented at the Ukiah high school auiIUorium Fiiday evening, December 1, at 8:00 p. m. Old SiinRH A groat deal of time and thought has been spent in digging up songs that wore popular in the days of the old melodrnmas. There is a possibility that In the last act Kathleen Thurston will sing the old melodramatic song, "A Bird In a Gilded Cage." Local favorites will tread the boards and revel in the many priceless situations that have been devised for them. Wherever this comedy 'mellow drammer' has been presented it has been unanimously hailed as the funniest and most novel play ever given, and it is an established fact that it will go down into theatrical history and endure for many years after other plays arc forgotten. Don't miss the funniest show of the season. Tickct.s may still be reserved at Morty's. Potter VaHey News Travelers from Hongkong Visit Ukiah Friend The Misses Mary .and Carrie Braga of Hongkong, China, who are traveling around the world, arc visiting at the country home of Mrs. Ida Romer south of Ukiah. Both young women arc piano teachers, and the latter is a radio and concert piano artist. The original itinerary of their trip included stops at San Francisco.New York and England, from where they WDre to return to Hongkong. Tlielr 8L01 OPERATORS TO BE PROSECUTE Slot machine operators will be vigorously prosecuted from now on, according to Sheriff E. L, Williams, and every effort will be made to have the liquor licen.ses of the places revoked and the operator put out of business. Williams says, A raid on coast slot machines was made by the sheriff's office Saturday night and three machines taken, at Mci|docino City, Wcstport and the mouth of the Navarro. Tlie word was passed along after the first raid was made, according the Sheriff Williams, or other machines would now be in the sheriff's office. Sheriff Williams makes the statement that he has given no one permission to i)ut in a slot machine and that he will pro.secute to the fullest extent of the law. The statement was brought forth by the fact that a machine was placed on the coast on the word of the ov;ner that "he was a friend of the sheriff, who not intending to run for oifice again, was shutting his eyes to slot machine oiierations." Sheriff Williams wants it plainly understood that his eyes are open and his ire is up 20-30 To Give Prohibition Party of a few years' time when the hill- , , „ , j .'•ides of Mendocino county. „ow war l^-oke out. and all aboard were teeming with underbrush, will be 1 obliged to reman, on English farms covered with orchards and lovely | homes. Mrmbcr.s of 20-30 Club announce a Prohibition Party at Saratoga Spring.s Saturday, December 9, starting at 9:00 p. m. Invitations in unique form are bcinf; sent out to the members and .ship reached England just as the | j,,.^^^,^ in.^truetions that order of dress and that the party is "very iiiforninl." Dancing will to eontiiif.e the ijourney through News of Ukiahitcs I safe ports of call. On leaving Eng- We had a plca.sant '-'st Monday from Dan C. Hager, the well i known traveler tor F. H. L,awton of San Francisco, who lias been spending a few days in Ukiah with his parents, D. H. Weill, the enterprising mer- land the travelers were routed back : to San Francisco. UiJon reaching tljat city the tv;o sisters went to the home of Mrs. Bertha Romer Hardie of Berkeley, daughter of Mrs. Ida Romer. Mrs. Hardie ac- comijanied them to her mother's POTTER VALLEY, Nov. 29.-Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gibson and child of Oakland were calling on friends in the valley Saturday. Mrs. Gibson (Gwendolyn Tuomcy) taught In the high school here before her marriage. Mrs. Heni-tctta Westcrman returned Sunday from Eureke where she .spent Thanksgiving with hci- brother, Thomas Wood and other relalives. Ray .gtnrr went to Oakland the last of the week and brought his mother back with him Sunday for a short stay. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Brooks of San Francisco were up for Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. Brooks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Brooks. Richard Cartel' was also a guest in the home. Mrs. Martha Furbei- and .son Bobbie, of Klamath, spent the holidays with Mrs. Furbcr's sister, Mrs. Howard Dashiell and family. While here she had her coat stolen out of the car, while at dinner Thursday noon. The next day it was found hidden in some berry bushes, wrapped In part of a girl's dress. James Crawford of Largo was transacting business In the valley Monday. Miss Ileta Brooks was here from Sausalito for a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brooks. Buy I'roperty Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Liefrinck have purchased the property of Mr. and Mi's. A. P. Brvmncr and arc contemplating planting the bottom land into I..adino clover and going into the sheep business. • * * Hoyl Frost accompanied Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Fro.st home from Berkeley Friday and returned Sunday with Mrs. Robert McMillan and children, who drove up with' Mr. McMillan for the day Sunday. Mr. McMdIan is employed by the P. G. & K. at tile powerhouse, which ir inidergoing r'econstr-uction. Robert Hughes returned to his olassPH at U. C. Friday after spend- inj; Thanksgiving with his paicnta. Ml, and Mrs, L. L. Hughes, at the power liouse. Ml. and Mrs. Earl Pickle had Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Pert Dunn in Ukiah. Ml. and Mr.s. H. R. Pickle had Ml. anil Mrs. Harold Adams and Herbert as dinner guests Sunday. Turkey Dinner Ml. and Mrs, H. A. Dickey and Lucilii- and Mr. and Mrs. George Pickle motored to Oakland Sunday for the day. Miss Roberta Dickey, who i.s in training in the Zion Hos- Willits Girl to Sing^oii KFRC WILLITS, Nov. 25.—The pleasure of hearing a local girl sing over the radio win be given Willits folks on chant of Covelo and his wife, spent!'^°"^^' Tl TH *" I D'^^""'^''"- « """^ a |)ortion of Sunday and Monday here on their way home from San Francisco S. S. McGarvey, wife and children, left here last week for Fresno i December 15, the date of their de- crder created by King George, only The Misses Braga are two daughter.=- in a family of 12 children of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Braga of Hong­ kong. The iiarents are EnglLsh sub- ve foot wharf which jut-s out into the i where they will spend the winter. '^^ sea from that point was carried a- j while there Mr. McGarvey will | ^^^^.^^ Hongkong way. together with part of a cargo | put out a fine orchai-d | - nistinB -uisheH Father which was being placed for shlp- msnt. Calvin Stewart and several Kingsley Chapter of the Oi'der ol Eastern Star will install the newly j other men who were placing the i cbcted officers for the ensuing year cargo Inirely escaped with their lives by running, when they .saw the mountainous wave approach. Pery!)nals Mi.ss Rena Duncan has accepted the i)o;;ition in the store of L. Ro.sciiljcrg & Comiiany. on Monday evening. December 3. Distinguished Father Mr. Braga is one of the most dis- |. j tinguished citizens residing in China. I He has been a member of the Log- D. cow.^tt'; who lives across the "f Hongkong, an of- be the diversion of the evening at the popular Springs in Lake county. I pital. joined them In the homo of I Mrs. Pickle's sister, Mis. Agnes Roherson, where they were entertained at a turkey dinner. * * * Mr. and Mr.s. James Eddie (lro\'e ' to Sacramento Saturday wlieic lhey| were overnight guests of Theodore •Shurr and family. Duck IMnner P .Hihaia Osborn, Dixie James, Bob Whit comb and Bertie Filben picnicked at Lake Piilsbury Friday and iiiso enjoyed a most successful duck hunt. Sniuiday evening thoy were invited to eat tJie ducks at a dinner in the Percy Whitcomb home. Prajer by Helen Eddie. Flag drill by HJelen Clirlstofferson, June Hunter, ,1anct Eddie and Jean Brush. Plann solo, "Offeratory," by Patsy Llefri,»ick. Violin duet by Phoebe Hoppm and Dixie James. Vocal quintet' by Annal)el, May, Mildred, Mary aT>d Martha Wattenberg, Guitar solo by Lee Walton. Sunda.j school and church services will be comlblnert beginning next Sunday morning, from 10:30 until 11:45. E-waryone is a-sked to co-op- crate and jnake this trial a success. * * • Pol Luck Lunch The LadiV;s Aid will have a jjot luck lunch in the church parlors, Thursday, December 14, at 12:30. The ladles will tack a quilt during the afternoon, * * • CliriHitmas Tarty The Progress Club will have their Christmas party and celebration the second Wednesday In Dccemljcr, In the evening. Instead of the first Saturday as formerly arranged. Mrs. Crafts siJcnl several days with her son, Andrew, last week. She came over with Mr. and Mrs, Alden Crafts of Dsivis to Ukiah. After tli'j Epwtirth League meeting Sunday evcnirxf all the members gathered in the Percy Whitcomb home where they played games and were .served apples and candy. Mr. and Mrs. Eaj'l Pickle entertained at a dinner Tuesday evening, having a.s their guest, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Nichols. f*r. and Mrs. E. A. SpoUswood. Mrs. R, R. Ingels, Mrs. Henrietta Westcrmnn and J. G. Newman. Virgil Norman Is ccililoyed a.s a clerk In the Potter Valfjcy Store. Mr, and Mrs. A. P. Btusch and son, Elbert, of Santa Rosa, had dinner Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. H. Adam.9, and with Mrs. Belle Bevans and Mrs. Kate Roberts Saturday evening. Impruvcmrnt!^ The stage In the Gninige hall is undergoing renovation by n concern from Hollywood. A new drop curtain is being painted, wih side drops and a curtain for the back of the stage is being purchased. The drill is bu.sy practicing for Initiation of new members at the meeting next Saturday evening. A very Interesting program is arranged for the j lecture hour. e » * Carter Sandoval of Piedmont came up Tuesday for a visit in the O. M. Frost home. Harry Pickle retiirnetl Ui den'.is- ' try cla.s.ses in San Francisco Sun- i day after tlie holidays at his home \ here. j DISPATCH CLASSIFIEDS PAY' FORT BRAGG PORT BRAGG, Nov. 28.—Friday evening, November 24, Roy Moun- govan and his sister, Audrey, entertained 12 of their schoolmates at a Thanksgiving party held at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Moungovan, on West street. Boy Moungovan returned Sunday to .school at San Luis Obispo, after spending several days here with ht'- parents. Mi-s. O. H. Scaholm arrived home Sunday from a visit of several days at Oakland with her daughters, Mrs. Fred Nlsbit and family and Mrs. Olg.-. Bock. Attorney Norman Johnson arrived home Tuo.sday. November 28. He had been called to Wausau, Wisconsin, on November 12, by the critical lllne.ss and subsequent death of his father. Mrs. Russell Todd arrived home last Thur.sday from Grcenway, Manitoba. She left here October 20 and went to see her mother, who war. critically ill, and passed away shortly after Mrs. Todd arrived at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Penltentl and daughters, Nancy and Mary Louise, returned Sunday from Santa Rosa, whc're they spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Penltentl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Barbleti. Arthur Plrro of Oakland left Wednesday after spending a week here with his wife and daughter. Mrs. Lizzie Harmon of Oakland spent a week here with her sister, Mrs. Henry Haas. BUI Ware, the 5 -year-oW son of Postmaster and Mrs. Bay Ware, Is Improving from a very severe case of pneumonia, John Hurley Sr„ is very 111 at hl3 home. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Yates returned to their home at Chowchilla af- tcr spending Thanksgiving with their daughter, Mrs. Iiouis Wood, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. North and family of Sacram««ito spent Thank-sglving with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. King. Mrs. North and Mrs, King are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. John Granskog and granddaughter, Helen Granskog, spent Thanksgiving in San Praq Cisco, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Parkinson spent Thanksgiving in San Francisco with his sister. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin returned Saturday from Los Angeles where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mallory of Ukiah were here for Thanksgiving with their daughter, Mrs, Arthur Prltchard and family. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Klnzler and family returned to Greenville Friday after a week here visiting relatives and friends. river, left this week tor Texas. While in San Francisco on their way to the Lone Star slate, Cow.selt. Jr., had his jiockct.s picked of what cash he Dos .scssed. EMBARGO FARMERS ASKED TO ROUTE GOODS AROONDJAY Association to Discuss Tie Up At Convention Suit Is Filed Over Lease Of Resort The Associated Farmers have advised all members that other routes than San Francisco and Oakland must be "found to transport their, products, due to continued waterfront tie-ups. The warning was contained in a letter sent out to all units of the association, advising that the situation at present is so serious and uncertain that the farmers of California can no longer depend upon moving their products or obtaining their supplies through port.s of San Francisco and Oakland. The situation will be brought up L;i Hlan^e Andrews iias lilcd suit against Minnie Henderson for rescission of the lease on Hilvilla Ke- soi-t, ten miles north of WiilHs'on tile fled wood highway, and recovery of ,$2550 paid under the lease. Hilvilla Resort comprises an auto camp, cafe and service station. Plaintiff claitn.s that the defendant faisilicd the records of the Resort, representing that it had been operated at a piofit of $5000 during tile season of 1938. Plaintiff alleges that $500 would be a more correct statement of a season's profits. The sum of $1350 was paid when the lease was signed and a further $1200, rent at the rate of $150 for a period of eight months, was paid in two installments by the lessor, extending from February to October of 1939. Death Follows Holiday Mrs. James Sacchi of Ukiah is ill Freshwater. Humboldt county. ficc corresijonding to that of United States Senator, for three consecutive terms. He also belongs to the Order of the British Emiiire, an cider created l)y King Oeorgcniily for citizens adjiirigcri to lie of the gieiitest .service value to their country Mis business connections include liiat of managing-director of the Hongkong Engineering and Con- struciion Company, chairman and director of the China Light and wlK -re she was called by the sudden , p^^.^,. company, and numerous other directorships in leading Hong­ kong cor|)ora lions. death of her mother, Mrs. Josei)h Siiinney, 56. Mrs. Spinney died from a , crushed .skull, sustained when the automobile driven by her i _ , ' husband left the Redwood highway ; (jrCOrge JJaVICl north of Garberviile and overturned Saturday. Mr. and Mr.s. Spitniey j l^Y^j|KJ4•^ were enroute home from a Thanks- I '''^"•l"*"^ giving visit with their daughter and : fr ||«A<|l *mc family. Mr. Spinney, a well known ' " rancher, was unhurt. Sacchi returned Wednesday evening, and Mrs. Sacchi will return from the north shortly. Miller Tendered Birthday Surprise George G. Davidi lock and gunsmith expert, showed his extensive collection of firearms and ammunition to Ukiah 20-30 Club at the regular Tuesday evening dinner meeting. As each collector's item was shown, David explained the history of the article displayed. The speaker was presented by G. G. Grant, program chairman. George Hengeveld and Ernie Wing Mrs. Eva Groen will sing from KFRC, San Francisco. She had an audition Thur.sday with no accompanist and sang |)arls of Indian Love Call and Over 'Ihe Rainbow. Her voice Is a clear soiirano of lyric quality and these who heard her Thanksgiving day .say it was charming over tile radio Mrs. Groen said Friday that to sing over the air had been her ambition for a number of years so the in-ogram December 23 will be a culmination of her dreams. She lias never studied professional singing, wiiicii makes her musical accora- pli'^luncnl the more rcmarkaljle. Physical Education Ni«ht Classes Open NiLiht .school clas.scs in pii ^'sicai cdii'-'if ion for both men ;ind woin <-n ojjcii this week at Ukiah hi ^li .scliool uMdci- the direction of E. K, Chris- tensi-n and Miss Aufli(;y Hollcn- Ix'cit, heads of tile fiepartnient. Tile principal classes arc volicy bail, women's liaiiminton, aiitl men'.'; haskotball. Volley hall clasLS- c- .11 !• Monday night; women's bad- niinlon Tuesfiay, and men's baskct- b.ili Wednesday. ICvpiything but per.soniil e(piip- nicnt will he supplicil for riirollc.'s in the classes and a liiige attendance is expected. Classes are held from 7 :3 (1 to 9:30 o'clock. SEWAGE PLANT Harry Jenks. engineer on the new sewage plant ju.st completed in Ukiah, was in this city early in the week in coiniection with final defer general discussion at the con- 1 t-ii 's of the sewage iJlant work, Har- vention to be held in Stockton, De-ii'^ Mercer of Ukiah was contractor cember 7th and 8th, and action ; on the job. i taken. In making the recomuien-' [ dation that a pseudo-embargo be I jhese two ports open to the busi- placed on San Francisco .bay, the ' ness of the j;ieat inland empire and Association states: I it .s farmers. However, the situa- Out of Hand j tion has gotten so oui of hand that "As you know, this oiganizaVion communists and other radicals, led George M Miller was tendered a birthday surprise Tuesday night following the meeting of the I. O. O. F. lodge of which he has been an ac- ' were welcomed as new members nt live member for many years. I f'^^ businsss meeting. Prank Branson Mr. Miller was honored during the ' presiding. lodge session by being invited to | ^ _r preside an he delivered his charges ' I arCttt GrOUP ForUied perfectly. He is a regular attend- j T,, Mil sir* Hoi-kf ant at the lodge and very active in I ^'/""'^ i^Kpi. the work. The birthday surprise was arranged by Mrs. Georg? Miller and Mrs. Annie David and was greatly enjoyed by the guest of honor and other lodge members. CALLED BV DEATH Wayne Ponsonby of the Standard Of School For closer cooperation Iwtwcen jiinents, students, and the music de- p .Titment of Ukiah Union high school, an organization has been formed and the following officer.s Broaddus Commends Work of Scouts Under-sheriff Beverly Broaddus, recently appointed to the District .Scout Committee, in commenting on the Scout work said, "In seven years' work in the sheriff's office not a single member of the Scouts has ever been questioned in this office, nor to my Itnowlcdge has one ever been suspected of breaking I lie law." The statement of Under-sheriiT i Broaddus is borne out by authori- j ties in other communities, making the strongest aigument in favoi- of Scout work that could be given. IIOPLAND CAFE Ru.'^.sell A. Tolman, formerly of Mr. and Mrs, Vidns moved in Sunday from Eel river, where they were running a sawmill Thoy arc comfortably located in a cabin at Hmry Hopper's camp. It4><iirn to l'«t (<ir Mr. and Mis. Ernest Meyer arrived from Nebraska last week In join I lie William Meyer family here, Mr. and Mis. Meyer liiid previously lived in Ihe valley and ill I'Jden Valley before reluiiiing to their Nebraska home about a year imo. * * * ,(dlin W. Taylor, (•(v\inty super-ii- lendeni of schools, was at the grammar school Tuesday on official i business. Mrs. Borne of Oregon is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Grover Adams, foj- a inonlh. Mr. and Mrs. Max Thornton and baby of Redwood City were here for Thank.sgivlng with Mr. and Mrs. V. S Thornton. Lawrence Whlttaker of Sacramento spent Saturday night and Sunday in his home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Whlttaker. The Shell Oil Company gave a Christmas show at the grammar .school for the children Wednesday. Clown and sleight-of-hand performances amused the pupils immensely. CaJidy sticks were dl|(trlbuted to everyone by Santa Claus. Julius Rottluff and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whlttaker were guesUs of Mr. and Mrs. George Ward in UKlah Sunday. They were treated to a delicious turkey dinner. Herbert Whlttaker went to San Francisco for several days, including Thanksgiving day. Anthropology A. HalUpern of Bo.ston Is studying Indian anthropology under the University of Chicago in this valley. Mr. Hallipern has also spent some time in Lake county gathering data from the Indians in ttie different reservations. He expects to return east for Christmas. While here he is staying in the Charles Whlttaker home. elected: O. E. Jacobs, pi esideni; j Booiiville, where he was as.sociated MIS. Elmer Puidy. vice-president; j j,, business with Ralph Kunzler, has , was founded upon the American ; by an alien, have disregarded eveiy ! Oil C'om |3any ill this city returned | Mrs. Celia Morris, secretaiy-trea.s- I taken over Slim's Cafe In Hopland ' * • principles of democracy which : American piinciple involved, and i Wedne.sday night from Scotia where ' urer. ! James Wilson, former owner of the i t:hurch Program Jtiaranlee every farmer the indi-! though lepeatedly warned of the: h? -/'ii-s called, en the death of his The next meeting of tlie group cafe, has been in busine.s.s in Hop- I Sunday a Thank.sgivlng program • • - • - ' •» t>n"^-."i"- '-....1 ... .-..1.1 .......... • .... I was given at the church by the fol- h? '/'ii.s called, [in the deatli of his vidual liberty to grow, harvest and : damage to agricultuie. have contin- faliier, F. A. Poii.sonby, will ho held Monday night. Decern- land about three months. transport his crops to market. Act-i ued to eonstuntly tie up our com- Deceased wa.i an employe of the hei 4tli. I —— '. ing upon that fundamental prin- j merce, even when it meant a total Pacific Lumber Company of Scotia j l^obert Sharp is head or the mu- \ THE PAYING WAY IS THE THE WORLD'S LARGEST CHRISTMAS CLUB CHECK HKKL IT IS! Tlir worldV liirfiCHl (Jl.rislinai. t;iuli cluck .. . ,?] t,O<»<»,O0(l for 215,000 savers! ]ii isverv California iicif^liliorliond IIUTO arc fum- ilicH who will enjoy a iiKTricr CliristniaR thin year nccaiisc ihey savod in Bank of America'd CliriHtmas Club. Along every California Main Slri-cl, merchaiilH liirgn and small, will <;nji>y a hrtlcr ChriHlniao oeaHoii hccuU8e of the millions of dollars saved ity these thrifty and fur-sighted Christmas Club inenibcrg. The Chriatrnas Club habit is a good one for everybody. Start your account now so that Christntas 1940 will find you sharing Bank of America's Christmas Club check. You may savp 50/ or more per week aud interest is paid on completed accounts. Join Ranli of America 1940 ChriHtmuM Club now nt your ncigiiborliaod iironcii Give someone a Bank of America Christmas money order. Payable anywhere. lOi each at any branch. ciple, we have woi lied Imrd to keeji | los.s id' |ieiishiihle piodiicl.s." lor many yeais. j sic depal I riienl of llie school. J CLARRTFIEn WAV I lowing children: Song by Billy Hunter. Vivian Taylor, Joann Nor- ! iiuiii. Piit.sy and Normii Lielrineli, NATIONAU 2S^iVa£ ASSOCIATION MKHUKK Fi;i)f:KAi. iiKi 'osrr l ^.•i|IKA^f :l; CORPOHAI ION

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