Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on January 2, 1948 · Page 5
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Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California · Page 5

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erson Valley News y overt •and fiitna''iin''?hotii4 sht,' • ilo >4 ?id thSii" aaugljter' ;Lpis 'riday' •Jli'-their- new/ liihcoln i (u <V ''^'le for ^'tf^byr- of Cpliior-' nJai ^Ttey iv^Ii be gone a week and wllL, visit "jJarA of Arizona and Me^tf'jit' v ^elii 'as 'southern ^^^^ tojdf?- %ois Philbrook is attend­ ing,UC.'at'Berkeley, ' • lMiUnd:"H Gowan entertained at: a 'xamify dinner on Chrifiltflas .d^'Ki"''^"^ Joytd th<( •tatkey, and trimmings were Mri fUltJ- Mrs^v-Elwin Maxeyi and daugHtefc' ani.ionv Nancy and , JimfejyjtJf^^fayettfe; Mr. and Mrs. I'WitWllei^.! and'-Norma, Darlene andi^Hatrifela.;Benton,'Mr, and,Mrs. I "GjB<^c ;'i6oWBn and son George '^Bd^r ^.'j ^l^Ir .j 'and Mrs. James Iwbw^' gjpi'^"s'bH Cecil, and Mrs. Grate«alckley. J , i J Mis5;Iiaberta Williams of Santa IS? spent .Christmas with her .^fehtsj Mr. and Mrs. Judge WU['''•|i»s of phUo. I ^Mr. and'Mrs. James Gowan and scttrGecil' John have moved to if thdrhome, the former Studebalcer I house. Mrs. Gowan's mother, Mrs. Grace Haoldfey of Fresno, is spending the holidays with them. ' Mrs. Louise-Peterson of Philo had her children home for Christmas. Knjoying the .day with her Were Mr. and Mr^. Ed Eekman and daughter of Santa Rosa, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Witherell and son and daughter, Jack and Jane of Sebastopol, • and Mr. and Mrs. Witherell of Vallejo and daughter. This is a real Christmas for Jane Witherell;- -small daughter of the Ralph Witherells, a.i she has just recovered from a tonsil operation. James Farrer sptnt the holidays With his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Farrer o'f Philo, motoring up from Santa Rosa, where he is attending junior college. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ward and Chasrmiari Ward had as their guests Christmas day Mr, and Mrs. George Burns of Philo and Son Gregory and Mr. and,Mrs. Perry Austin and son Jimmy of Fprt Bragg. A Christmas party Tuesday night marked the holidays for the Rebekah • lodge. The attending members enjoyed a Christnifis pro. gram and clever gifts for everyone, followed by refreshments. Mrs. Jean Ham and,Miss Jewel Gowan visited awhile in the valley Wednesday, on their way to their parents' home, Mr. and Mrs. Jud Gowan of Potter Valley. The sisters are teaching in the Mendocino school this year. Mrs; Ham will be remembered as the former teacher of Indian Creek school, Ronald O'Brian, who was severely burned several months ago, is reported to be slowly improving. Much skin grafting will have to be done and the process is a slow one, but everyone is happy to hear he is not in a critical condition. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Rowley and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Lampbert are spending the Christmas holidays in Mexico. They plan to return after New Year. Mrs. Millie Brown of Philo, Miss Blanche Brown and Kent Brown enjoyed Christmas as the guests of Mrs. Brown's, sister, MrSi Eva Ornbaun of Elk. Rev. W. W. Reid, Methodist minister, was the dinnet guest .Of Mr. and Mrs. Alec Willis and fam^ ily on Christmas day. Mrs. A. Reilly of Philo spent Christmas^ day with lifter pay and family. Mrs. Elizabeth Gowan^ is recov-- enng from a severe cold. Which she became 11 with Friday.' Mrs. McLemore of Nash's :mill IS also the victim of a severe cold, which she received while spending Christmas with, her family in Sacramento. Mr. 7 icLemore re^ turned.here tp work, leaving his wife in Sacramento. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ruddock have returned frpm their honeymoon ini Yosemite and are now at honie,v in,.the cottage at Indian Creek Lpdge, in Philo, r ; mm Instruments: Recorded JiJ^^"^^^^^ " RiaW,.T15NU13Wii&T14NRUVi^ DEEDS ; ' ' tBrd of Sunarv to Co Recorder). HOP COJjfTRACTS «: ,w-'/r ,f ;Mc0arVeyv:.et •: 1^^^^^^^ "Of'.all the:.cars on the street, he has to run into an insurance salesman!". , , it Redwood Valley News >'REDWOOD VALLEY, Dec. 27.— School closed with a program in i ^he evening put on by the difter- .*iit grades. A pantomim^ of the ivativity was a contribution of the Idwer classes, while the playlet ^was portrayed by pupils from-the "upper.grades.-The chorus rendered I jeversd selections and the school j „ Jfchestra, led by Gloria Pacini, j .-'."Sserved much praise. The orches-: ' tra was organized about six Weks ago. The Grange gave a party at the hall on Monday evening. Al Ford led the group in singing Christmas carols. The program consisted of musical selections and recitations by Barbara Rawles and Yovette Hansohn. At the close of the evening dancing was enjoyed. Gloria Pacini, Bob Winsby' and Al Ford furnished the music. Added to the Christmas festivities was the lighted; Christmas tree; sandwiches, cake and coffee were served. • The C.S.S.A. will have their meeting January 8. It will be a ^tlubli luhcbebh at the clubhoi?se. • The holidays have brought a niirn|}er of family reunions. Among the hbmecomers vyere Mr. and Mrs. JVillard Wright and son Bob of Vallejo, who were at the 'T.'M, Jameson home. ChristmiaS dinner was given at ihe T. L. Jameson home.to the family-of Mr. and Mrs, Fl-ank IJolohis of San Francisco. Gat)iered around the table at the A. W. Simmons home were Mr. and Mrs, Nels Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. T. Gullickson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simmon.-i, Mr. and Mrs. Will Jordan and George Jordan. I rMr. and Mrs. Sam Leach cn- • iertained at a Christmas dinner , Mr. and Mrs. Cayne Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Oliver of Oakland, Mr. and Mrs. George Lane and jMrs. MoUie Oliver. V- With the T. D. Rawles family ' were Mrs. Vera Watson, Luverne Kistler, Jane Hawles, Jim Mc- Gulloch,' George Frye and Mr. Ragles'; father. Mary Jane Soanlon is home froin U,G. during the college vacation. Willie here she will assist in the office of the N.W.P. at Willits. George Gilkisbn, freshman at U.C., is also home for the holidays. Mr; and Mrs. Eisert, daughter Janice and son, Grant of Alameda enjoyed Christmas and the weekend with Mrs. Eisert's father, S. Sarenson. Carolas Furber and his'father, C. Furber, were in the valley over Christmas, Caroies is in Oakland attending the Aero Industries Technical Institute at Oakalnd "municipal airport, studj'ing to become a ilight engineer. Roy WlUiaihs is able to partially resume' his diities at the postoffice and store nfter a 10-day illness. For a time he was threatened with pneumonia. Mrs.' Johnk's mother and; sister o£ Berkeley arrived Christmas eve to be v/ith the Johnk family for ^the holiday weekend. '"/Serving ns mail carrier for 34 years, T. M. Jameson believes the Itoliday mail has been the greatest this yeqr. Piev. and Mrs. E. Holsinger and son Paul of Blue Lakes were overnight guests at the Kistler 'Watson home Tuesday. They were enroute to Chowchilia where they were to spend Christmas with their son and his.wife. Mrs. N. Nelaph, Mrs. Vera Watson, Miss Luverne' Kistler and Mr. and Mrs. Haslem enjoyed Christmas night with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schoenleitner. MrT Haslem has been a radio entertainer and with with Al Pierce and pis Gang. He made the .evening merry by singing, to his own accompaniment on the guitar. John and Hazel Mtiir motored to Santa Cruz to si),end Christmas with John's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Bob'Muii;.- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Leech were happily surprised ph the evening of the 22nd when Berry; Reybum of Shell City, Missouri; with his daughter and her husband, Mr. and MrSi J. Northington of San Bernawitoe), drove in before going o,h next day to Boring, Orogoii, Where ithey were to visit a brother and sijiter of Mr. Heybu^n. Mr. Northington' is chef at the Patton State Hospital. Mr. and Mrs, Earl Llhdley and Dale are spending the Yuletide in HUmboldt county. with>reiaiives. A watch night party will be given at Grange hall New Year eve by Grange mertlbers. There 'will be dancing and refreshments. Gold and petroleum are niost valuable mineral products in California but niany commercial minerals'.are proving more valuable yearly. Barn Dance Will Be Featured Fun More fun with an old fashioned barn dancfi to usher in the new year at the Redwood Grange Hall New Year's Eve, is for Grange members and their guests, starting at 8:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Ingles will head "the committee of arrangements and will be assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Dari-ell Rawles and Frank Reed. That old time square dance expert, Mr. Schoup, will call the square dances, and Mr. Stubblefield will be there with his banjo, Sid Smith with his electric guitar. Bob Winsby Will egg the party on tickling the ivories) with that particular toe teasing i-hythm he injects into his music. Another popular artist who will be there with his guitar is Bob Haslan. The Ingles haye planned to have an evening of mudh pleasui*e for all their Grange members, and fr;-*nds, with plenty of tefresh- ments for old and young alike. HOME FOR CHRISTMAS Mr. and Mrs. A. L, Harris had as their guests for Christmas their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Van Voorhis, -Jr., and their son, B. W III, and B. W. Van Vorhis, Sr., of Lone Pine. • DECEMBER-18. 1917 Estate Be.'sie D. Thatcher, de- .ceased. Administrator discharged. Estate 'Karl Albert Larson, deceased . Decree of due notice to creditors. . ,, : .. Estate Abraham' Koski, deceased: C. M. Mannon appointed sole appraiser; Guardianship Lera Jameson, in- Competent. Ninth account approved; attorney allowed $15,, Estate *nd Guardianship En- riqo Gianelli, incompetent. Seventh account approved; attorney &nd guardian each allowed $5Q, ; "Estate and Guardianship Chas, Barra, riilnor. Accouhtihg' contin-, ued to; January 16. , Estate Erti'ma J. Meyer, deceased. .Distribution continued to December,26. /^Guardianship Person and Estate Gbrdoii Paul Sherman, niinor. Same. .Estate Minnie Stoddard LUley, deceased. Second account allowed, petition for allPwance on executor's cpminissiPns and fees of attorneys, and., further ratable distribution granted. . Guardiajnship .Person and P^- tate Henry Hale, iriobmpetenj; person., Transferred fo special probate calendar for accounting. Estate - Leonard F. Berchtold, deceased. Petition for partial distribution granted. .Estate .Fred Frazier Stevens, deceased. Will admitted to probate; Gladys^ Stevens appointed executrix without Ijond; C. M. Marinon appointed'sole appraiser,; ; Estate Frank Smith, deceased. Hpy'Hiirt appointed administrator; bbfid $100. . Estate Adolf Mikkonen, deceased. D. Ct Smith appointed administrator without additional bond. W/S. Van Dyke appointed sole appraiser. Petition to establish birth of Eleanor Mae Fernbach. Decree that Eleanor Mae, Fernbach was born March 17, 1915. Civil ; J.,.S. Long vs. F. p. Landier. XrisX d^te of January 29 vacated. II..L. Fisher vs. Ruth L. Anderr soii, et al. Set for trial January 28; notice arid jury waived by de- fendaptr ^ , Giisttv Gumpel Vs, Herman r^igehorh. Trial date of February I'acated. Victor M. Guehennic vs. Fred Olson. Sft foi- trial February 5; notice waived by plaintiff. . Ada Mitchell va; Taylor Mitch- p'!. Plaintiff granted final decree of divorce. Lillie West vs. Charles E. West. §ame order. , , .. , Amy Jack vs. Vernie Jack, Same Order. , . Dorothy Fair Swineford vs. Elgin ,Lepn Swineford. Plaintiflf granted interlocutory, decree of divorce on ground of wilful neglect. Pauline S. Ardans vs. John E. Ardans. Motion to modify final decree- of divorce for payment of $200 per month instead of $100 per month for support of .minor children made and argued. Continued to Jan. 2,jfor furtheir proceedings. : Aiyce Lareine Witherell vi. Alvin Francis Witherell. Plaintiff granted final decree of divorce. < Alice Lou Ann Knight, etc. vs. Charles,,5. Knight. Referred .to J( R,.Thomas, .cpiirt commissioner, to take the testimpny., Bisle Hanson vs. Vernon, Hah- pon. By .stipulation, plaintiff awarded custody of Vernon Clyde Hanson, Jr., and defendant ordered to pay $25 per month for support of minor, payments to begin January i. C. E. Larson vs. palph Larson et \xx.'. Argument of motion for new, trial set for January 9., M. J. Pflllascib vs." Margaret Cremonini. pemurrer conthjiied to Jan. 2. Thomafi Ashiirst Vs. Shuster and Bagley etal. Plaintiff, granted judgment, for $1621.17 and costs in the sum of $11, H. W: Gibson vs. Myrtle Gibson etal. Motion for change of venue made, and argiied and submitted. Demurrer continued to. January 2. Lester C. Riley vs. yTalter Polley, etd. Demurrer continued to Jan. 9. Otto Kothgassner vs. Miriam Kothgassner. Plaintiff granted In- terlocatory decree of divor?« en the .ground; of willful .desertion,; • Nestor Taskinen et. vuf;. vs. Dewey, Cretser*, Plaintiff's granted decree quieting title,>, .:, i. n, -Robert B.! Jensen;,vs. Oil E*ields TJrucking Co. Demurrer argued and-submitted. ; ,> • . . -:B. B..Guerjn vs.,Harry E.Pho^r nix, et als." Demurrer continue^ .to January.16. Hattic Fait vs. George A. £*alt. Demurrer and mcition to transfer plate 6f trial continued to December 26. Mann Thomas vs; Charles B. Lyons, et alg. Demurrer cOntinu'ed to Dec. 20. Criminal People vs. John Glenn Campbell. Continued to I/[arch 12 for further proceedings on violation of probation, * People vs, AthOld'Hopson, Defendant fined $500, DECEMBEH 20, 1947 , CivU • • • James Earl Nicholas vs,' Laur^ Velmar Nicholas..Plaintiff granted final decree of divorce,- - : .;. , Marin Mann Thomas,ys. Chas, B, Lyons, et als. Dethiirrer jvitH- dirawri; 10 days to answer, L, M.'Uht vs. Neal Sbotti Hearing on receivership. Ordered that ij'etieiver file account Feb; 1, 1948, and every 60 days thereafter. Criminal People Vs. Arnold Hopson. TW&l date of December 29 vacated. DECEMBER 22, 1947 Civil ' C. D. Strickland et ux s. P.G,&E. Co, and Perry DeLap vs. P.G.&E. Co. Tried and Ordered submitted on briefs arid oral argiuMehl; lime -to be set later. DECEMBER 26, 1947 Probate • Estate Chris- Luke, deCeaSed. Adtriinistrator discharged, Estate yefena Evelyn Kinriey, deceased, Accounting continued 'to. January 16. ' • ' Guardianship of Estates bf Kata Balenovitch'et als.inihpr?. Coritin- lied'to J&nuary 16, for discharge bj.guardian. Estate Jac Hendricks, diseased. A 'ceouhtirig continued to March 26., Sstate Ernest Koivisto, deceased, Cbntiriued to February l.T for'fur­ ther proceedings. Esjate Christina Taught, de- Ceased, Continued to January 30, for accounting. Estate Albert Jeans, decea.ted. Accounting continued to January 30. ' Estate Elias K. Hong, deceased, Sattie. Estate Anna L. O'Kelly, deceased. Accounting continued to .January 16. Estate Emma J. Meyer, deceased. Report of inheritance tax appraiser approved dnd' tax fixed. Entire estate distributed to Rachel Jamis9n. Estate A. L. Reynolds;'deceased. Accounting continued tb Febriiary 27. • • • Estate John Arthur {Jtavin, deceased. Decreed that John Arthur Gavin.died May 10, 1947. Estate'Luis Evkovleh, deceasedr Sale confirmed to Althea'L. West for $2100. Termination Life Estate William H. OppenlandeT, deceased. "Report of inheritance tax appraiser approved and taxes fixed. Petition to declare life estate termlilated continued to January 2. Estate Walter W. Howe, deceased. Petition for letters of. ad- miriistratlori or, order assigriihg estate'tb widbw continued to Jan-'' uary 2. Estate Charles. Erik Frederickson, deceased. Petition for letters of administration with will annexed continued to January 2. Guardianship Person and Estate Gordon Paul Sherman, minor. Accounting continued to January 2. *Guardianship Person and Estate Pasquale Ronzana, incompetent. Guardian authorized to spend $150 per month for support of ward. Estate Mark Dana Gray, Jr., dcconsed. Will RdmiUeU to pro Harvey Britfhtertstlnc et 'al to Theodore'& BfieinO'Ferrall,'qult- ol'iilrii land in •trS4W B13W. ft'aymorid Shd'nfiibii et to Cily 61! Fort' Brpg'ff,' rlglit of 'w6y over l^iiS in F6rt Bragg. ' ' - '^lBl«yjnond Shannon et ux tq City of Fftrt Bragg, Vigbt of \Vay for 'br line over lend in iFort '**E H Mai«e'et ux to Lynn Hogani IniM la TSll^ R 16W. ' / t '"-lI 'A Ituriey et iix to Ben Mast 'et u*. land in TSI'N'BIB'W; " •'pearl Doggett'to' Hazel kpdg- !klA, land'm 'TliaN RlTW (V4 int), •;^(Robert Linn, adm'r of est of ^oflQ'l.wn, deed, and admr of estate of Grace Linn, deed, to Vivian Staley, land in'Ukiah. ORDERS CONFIRMING. SALE!S' i ,--'Estate' of Oradc'Llhn, desd, sold wWivian St &iey.'.iajid in 'Ukiah. Sstate of John Linrt, deed, sold to ViVlsn Staley, and in Ukiah. DECREE OP DISTRIBUTION • Estate of Waltei' Martella, deed,- dittrib to Jennie 'Harvey- h'i int & 'Tranko Mart^ia int in andto lind in-Fort Bragg and Alameda cci also personal prop. DEED OF TRUST , Ben Mast et ux.. to iMcn^o Co Title Co, trustee for Markell Kelton et ux, land in T21N RISW. • CROP & CHATEL MORTGAGE Beii Shcdd!et ux to Redwd Emp Prod Cred Assn, livestock on land 4^4 mi N of WiUits, also On old Jennigan Ech. Also crops on lundJfmond Dyer,'stock, mach/iry,, etc at RELEASES OP MORTGAGES Redwd Emp Prod Cred As§n to the following parties. sMary Snyder et vir; Francis Maize et ux; Pen Shedd etux; Grover Hurt et Ux; Cleo O'Ferrall et ux; Vernon Vann et ux; Meryl Bevans et ux. Bk of Am to James Haydon et al) releases mtge. NOTICE OF INTENDED SALE Olfe HervlUa to Cora Hervilla, equipment, food stuffs, stock of liquor, etc at Little Rive:.^Inn, also liquor license. Sale & transfer to be -made at Offices "of- Norritian Johnson, Fort Bragg. DfiCEjNiBErt 17, 1947 XJEED:^'• Byro^ iJavis to' Hillja DaVis, larid,ih'Fort:6ragg.' " V^llliarii Bfindt et ux to Larkin •Ypunce, land in'tlsN R15W. : Larkin Younce et ux to James Hyde, land in T18N RlSW. , £ Scliwartzkopf et iix'to 'VV B S'pUt'gepn et ux,'land; in lot 1S2 of YokajfO rinciio. .'• Jaiiies Fbi'd et ux tp W L AUen- th'bl-ti,^'larid in Sec 16 T19N JR13W. Bessje Blttehberider to William •VlacK etux,,land in Willits. , DEEDS OP 'TRtrST Hllija :E)a[vis .to. F O Albertson et; al> trustees for Anglelo Peni- tenti et ux, land in Fort Bragg. ' W B Spurgeon et ux to Corp Ana, trustee for Bk Am, land in lot 152, Yokayo rancho. . . RELEASE OF /MORTGAGE ^ y , Bk Am to G C Lbr Co, releases mtge. CANCELLATION OF CERTIF ' Ltiii'ds in T22N RlTW, t2DN ,Rd Ranch 55g ^er lb, i WUHam Johnson et al to, Ben liall .'pptt 19A8'' crop, 120 ,000 lbs 4e entitle I949i 9rop 200,000 lbs. Leslie GrtfiVford 'rch & Hugust No 2 'rch hear Ukiah, $.5? i>or lb.' DECEMBER 19. 1947 PATENT , U5A to Abljah ' Ackorly,) iflo ac inT24N/R13W, , , DEEOS. .'V i .Merrill Reed et ux to George Ackorley, land in T24N R1,3W, . ; .Raymond Shannon etux to, Edward Melville et ux, land in Foit Bragg. , , : Georgp Schneider to Chpt C W Watkins et- al,.'40: acres in^T24N R18W. i Monno Marney., to C W? WaUuns, 40 ac in T15N RlflW. H'^G Ho(cl\kiss et ux to Herman Sagehorn et ux, land in Trinity co. • George Ackerley 'to Merrill Reed, land in T24N R13&14W. - John Hayes et al to Harley Hayes,et-ux, lai)d-in Ukiah, •, -., • Harley Hayes ejt . al to John Hayes et ux, land in Ukiah, AGREEMENT Vefa Lynchj seller, to Stanley Triplett et ale buyers, timber on land-in-T5S. R6W. SECOND SUPPLEMENTAL AOR ' Garcia Lands, Inc,-seller,' to Harry Murphy et al, buyers, concerns real property and timber. CHATTEL MORTGAGE Sherloy English-et al ,to Ray- Shirt Garage better >;iiown as J G Short Garage mCviVelo. NOTICE OF LIS PENDENS Ann Tregoning, pltfl vs D C Smith, admr of est of Charles Stillwell, deed et al, dfnts, to qyiet title to land in T17N R17&18W. - NOTCE PEND ACTN QUIET TLE John Marslh, pltf vs Hllja Nev^ enpera, defdt, action com to quiet title to land in T18N R17&18W, Foye tract.. ORDER SETTING ASIDE EST Estate of Marion Fi-assi, deed, assigns estate to Helen Frassi, ^friA of dec; Land in Fort Bragg (VS irit) also pers propty. ASSIGNMENT DEED OF "rtlUST • Harry Falk, Jr* to Maud Lyman, deed of trust; • RECONVEYANCE . . 1 Wanda Mehtonen to Grover Williams, deed of trust, ,. RELEASES OF MORTGAGES James Hurt to Vivian Fraziet >it vir,'releases mortgage. , Bk Am to Fulton .Reasor et al, releases mtge, ',•,•':, 1 ABSTRACT OF JUDGMENT Wholesalers, Adjustment Bureau ofS F, ptf ys B A Olds,, defdt, amt of judgment $7o2,40 dmges, $26.50 int & $15.costs, ? iNew Mfid Rfectord Thats a world record trout Wes.S. Hamlet holds—a 37-pound Kamloops he gaffed at Coeur d'Alene, Id., 15 minutes after it struck' a surface iuro in 10 feet of water. The fish measures 40 Inchei'' long, 28 around. Previous record was 36 pounds. bate, Jiohh H.'Gray ajijpblnted administrator with'will annexed and bond' iset et $33 ,600. W. S. Van Dyke 'appbirited Sole appraiser. "Estate Clara ,'F. Banker, deceased. Kathryii Patterson arid^George L. MbMaster appointed joint administrators. Borid $6500; • Estate Mary 'A. McPeak, de-- ceaseS.'^D. C[ Sriiith appointed administrator without additional bond. Ci'M.'Manriori apjiointed sole appraiseif. ' ' . , Civil Bruna Freeman vs. -Edwai-d Harold Freeman. Plaintiff graritod final'ciefcree'of divoi'ce. Roi?ert'B. Jensen vs. Oil Fields TriackingCo.. Demurrer sustained. Plaintiff granted 10 days to amend. H. W; Gibson vs; Myrtle M. Gibson, et al. Motion for change of place of trial denied. " Alibe Lou Ann Knight vs. Chas. S. Kniglit,: Plairitlff awarded interlocutory 'decree of divorce on»| grbuhd ff extreme cruelty. Minor child awarded to plaintiff. Defendant ordered to pay $50 per month tor support of minor child. Victor M. Guhennic vs. Fred Olson. Trial date of eFbruary 5 vacated and placed on calendar of Jaiiiiary 2 to ba reset. Peteir Sorola vs. Henry Oja et ux: Trial date of January 5 vacated.^ Reset-for trial February 5. Je.in Helen Gowan .Ham vs. John Thomas Hami Plaintiff, granted final decree of divorce. Victoria PrlscUla Reeves vs. Alva Reeves. Order to show cause continued to March 26. , Dorothy Marie Sutherland vs. Raymond Lee Sutherland. Continued tOi January 2 to be set. Glenn F. Strawn vs. Elizabeth H. Strawn. Continued to January 16 for U-ial. H. L. Fischer vs. Ruth Anderson et al. Continued to January 8 to be reset for trial. E. R. Elliott et ux vs. California Lumber Co. Trial and petition to determine title to property claimed bjr third party continued to January S. ' ^ Hattie Fait va. George A. Fait. Demurrer and motion to trnasier place of trial continued to February 6. Phoenix Construction Co. vs. Darwin F. Holliday, etc. Dethur- rer continued to J annary 9. A-inA Jefferson Tregonning vs. D. C. Smith, etc., et al. Demurrer continued to January 2. DECEMBER 19, 1947 DEEDS - , Carleton Curtis to Mrs. Kathleen Perkins, land jn Fprt Bragg,, , . Walter Henthorne to William Hoxie, land in : T 23 I ^ RlS.W. John .Sharp et ux to V,'ilUam Hess et ux, land in T18N R17W. Dolores Conklin to Ernest Elliott e* ux, land in Willits. ' . Ernest Markham et ux- to Fred Lindemann et ux,, land in WiUits. Oscar Elphick et ux to Edward Hinds et ux, land in T16N R12W. Walter Frick, Jr, et al to Nelson Lbr Co, land.,in T24N R18W. Glenn Swope et ux to Lillie Clark, land in T19N R.14W. Mrs. Ada Duffey to Robert Parker et ux, land in Ukiah, Frank Ward et ux to Frank Ward.Bt ujc,:joint tenants, land in T14N.R14&15W. Arthur Hughes tp Pacif G.as& Elec Co,, riglit bf wfxy , over land in 'JION R,WW. ORDER & DECREE 0P DIS'TRIB . Est of Carl Alfred ^Baasch, deed, land in Humboldt co, also land in T23N R17W, and cash distributed to Hans Baasch et al; DEGREE QUIETINp TITLE Nestor Taskinen et al, ptf, vg Dewey Cretser, deldti quiets title in Plaintiff's land in .TlBN. R17& 18W. DEEDS OF TRUST Joseph Barringer et ux to Corp, Am,' trustee fdr Bk Am, land in jcts 43 & 89, Yokayo rancho. . , Fred Lindemann et ux to Corp Am, trustee for Bk Am, land in Willits. . - . ' J ,H Mohr, Inc, to Corp Am, trustee for Bk Am, land in T17& 18N RUW. r Lillie Clark et vir to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee for • Bk Willits, land in T19N B14W. -Lillie Ciark.et vir to Mendo Co TiUe Co, trustee, for, Glenn Swope et U3S, land in T.19N R14VV, Elleri Tell to Corp Am, trustee for Bk Am. land in ;TX2N R.66W. Kenneth Garrett et ux to Mendo Co. Title Co, trustee Bk Willits, land in 'Wiliits. , Robert Parker et ux to Corp Am, trustee for fik Am, land in Ukiah. CHATTEL MORTGAGE i J H Mohr, Incj.to Bk Am, farming equipt, etc, on land in T17atl8 N RUW, , Daid Thompson et ux to Bk Am livestock and crops also farming equipt on land in Lot 103, YokayP rancho. RELEASE OF CHATTEL MTGE Golden Elagle Milling Co to Lloyd Hoaglen et al. Bk Am to J H Mohr, Inc. RECONVEYANCES Corp Am, trustee, to Ernest Markham et ux, deed of trust. Corp Am, trustee, to J H Mohr, Inc, same. Mendo Co Title Co, trustee Glenn Swope et ux, same. Mendo Co Title Co, trustee Kenneth Garrett et ux, same. Mendo Co Title Co, trustee. Lone Goodwin et ux, same. Mendo Co Title ,Co, trustee Herman Griffith et al, deed trust. feelcher Abstr & Title Co, trus­ teed to Amelia Bowman, deed of trust. Mendo Co- Title-^Co, trustee, to to REDlifOOOVALLEY REDWOOD VALLEY. Doc. 30— Mr. and Mrs. H/C. Crofoot, drove to San Francisco Wednesday af- ternbort to spend Christmas eve with their daughter, Mrs. Gladys Terry. Christmas .morning the trio drove tb 'Vallejo where they enjoyed Christmas dinner and the day with their son John and family. MK and Mrs. H. C. Crofoot, Jr., and;little Jinimie of Paradise were also present for the Christmas day gathering in Vallejo. Mr. and Mrs, H. C. Crofoot, Jr., and .son of Paradise were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. H C. Crofoot Saturday, John Crofoot of Vallejo also visited at his parents' home over the weekend, Mr, and Mrs. ,A, D. Cromwell dpye to San . Francisco Wednesday to, s^Jend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Martin, nee Phyllis Cromwell, and their baby Gene. While, there the Cromwells talked to their daiighter Olive and her husband, John W. iJtannfey, in Philadelphia: Oliye is now' teaching' there and says she likes it vpi;y much. The Cromwells re- turnt u to their hotne in Redwood Valley Sunday afternoon. 'While in the city th^y viewed the Christmas tree lighting in the residential section, homes in four blocks on both sides of the street being beautifully decorated with colored lights. Sarita with his sleigh and reindeer were seen on the housetops and at other places Santa was going down the chinlneys,. All was very effective for the Yuletide season. Cdlifornia last Week The Goveirnor: Devoted himself largely to Christmas fesCivities, including singing Christmas carols in the capitol rotunda, and seeing that grandson Jimrriy had. a merry yuletide, Took occasion to warn the public about Christmas and New Year's holiday traffic accidents. Announced he would appoint Daniel W. Stevens municipal judge of Los Angfiles. Said the subjects of California's farm Is'jor catnps, and more money for Cali­ fornia's''impoverished school districts, at least $10,000,000, would be brought before the 1948 budget session of the state legislature. The Legislature: Took the CHristmns season seriously, and there was'little, if any, activity on iriterim committees during the week. ' "the Departments: Stale allocations board skipped action on allocating $20,000,000 to California's impoverished school districts on the grounds that more information regarding need is desirable. Division of forestry reported more than $2,000,000 damage to property from 1047 ilres. Social welfare Said the old age pension bill for November totaled $10,250,938, paid to 179,720 people^ an increase of 1649 over October, Public utilities commission granted another rate increase to the Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Company. Education announced $785,876 worth of surplus property has been districted to California schools. California CoUege of Agriculture announced extensive work in elimination of beet nematodes. Public health said communicable diseases tapered off during October. State fire marshal announced ne.vf regulations pertaining to use of fire retardant chemicals. Mr. and Mrs. A. Broggi of South Main street had as their guests during the holidays Mr. and Mrs. Joe Broggi and their son Larry of San Francisco, and Mr. and Mrs. Nello Lazzari. Joseph Barringer et ux, deed of trust. BONDS Myrtle M.'jlwiftey,' depty co clerk. Claire Seely, depty co clerk< NOTICE INTEND'D SALE, THAN O C Spon'beim to Robert Mc- Knlght et al, planing mill on Branseomb rd, also egiiipt. engines etc. Sale to be made 10 am Dec.,29 at offices Lawrence Cowon, San Rafael. NOTICE INTENDED MTGE Robert McKnight et al to O C Sponheim, planing mill equipt as above, same time and place. CHAS. KASCH Attorney and Counselor at Law Odd Fellows Building Nortli Stats St. Ukiah, Calif. BIR T H S Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Williams JJX., Hopland have just received news., of the airlvul of another. grand* son, Gary Lee Williams, the^onii of Mr. and- Mrs. James W. Wi4-' liams of Santa Rosa. Gary Lee.i arrived December 22, He is also- the grandson of Mr, and Mrs,. Luther Davis of Lindsey, Gallf^V nia, -> > A son weighing 8 pounds lii^l ounces was born to Mr, and Mrs, Herschel Ford Wednesday, 'Df cember 24 at 8 a.m. at Ukisli Qf\n^^, eral Hospital, with Dr. H. O. Gle-. land in attendance. .',„>., Twenty-three babies were bom, at the Ukiah General Hospltaij during December, and 20 of thenri,-, are girls. One boy was born .jo Mr. and Mrs, Ernest C; Pauli /pf Potter Valley on December 27|> named WUliam Clayton Paiui. James B. Massengill received thsk; young man, iii,'« On December 28 Mr. and George DpnaIdson>pf Calpella vii- came the parents ef, a soii, '1;he-> doctor in attendance wn« I)r. HvOc Cleland; ' 'Win The girls born Were: ••"i;', Carolyn Jean, to Mr. and Mrftu Edgar WMlnce of Potter Valley December 16. Dr. ArthUr ' MlttBi. was the physician, Caroline Fern, to Mr, and Mn<: Andrew Hoaglin of Ukiah,^^cei^k) ber 17, vnth Dr. L, K, Vart AiliB» attending, " ' ':.,'•• Candace Jill, to Mr; ah'di Mrtiif Norman H, Penland, 518 NottK School street, December 18, with Dr. Arthur Miller in charge:' r."' Carol Faye, to Mr. arid Mr |.i Eflward E. de Turbivllle of" 62i'' Grove street, Ukiah, DecftmBef l»a Dr. Arthur Miller in oharjee, ;•* • Linda Lee, to Mr. and Mfs, JbhH William Ericksbn of 815 Clafa street, Ulciah, December 18. Qt. Arthur Miller was the doqtbr. ,fVJ Lydia Lee, to Mr. and MS?*;'; Freddie James of Calpella,> bn 3^ cember 18. Dr. L. K. Vali AllW in charge. '- ^'rrt Deborah Lou, tP Mr. and Burt F. Friend of Ulfiah On Oe-'" cember 23. Dr. Arthur BTillur.'iBtr' tending. ' Christian Endeavor Mel At Church in Lakepori^ The Christian Endeavot- tyrilofi had a big time at the ChristtjAs. parly given at the Christian church in Lakeport on Decernlj^Pv 22, with u good representatioa from Ukiah. Daniel Hill, the social supefl^'- lendent with the assistance of Donald Browning had some 'llvfiyj games worked out and thoy 'w ^f^ participated in by the guests ^dividing into two groups, the- r^s and greens, which was kept separated by the red and green paj^gf hats that the guests fashioned'-^of tissue paper. In the final cbuht the greens scored highest. ' ' Everyone took gifts whicli were wrapped and boxed to give tb ,oji>il-. dren who would otherw'lse be ibr'^' gotten at Christmas. ''.', Paul Hill led the group in Bvii$* ing, Mrs. Oran BoUinger played; the piano and Oran Bollinger,|^VP the devotional. Refreshments ttf gingerbread and hot qhocolase 4rid coffee were serevd. . " One of the meetings coming,UR will be January IC to comp;ie|{S plans for the oratorical contest week that will be in chai'ge;;W Mrs. Marvin Romer, i: ' Those at the ikkeport ptoty from Ukiah were Jimmie Haijill-- tori, Ronald Ford, Shirley md Nancy Richwine, Kathleeti BdlSi win. Bob York, Mrs, S, S, Bianki enship, MiSs Janet Rust, Bonrtie and Margie Vinson, Mr. arid W>^./ Oran Bollinger, Miss Marie'Janiii and Joyce Enzler. ,. •; Founding of Mission San Juan Bautlsta marked the start of .agriculture in what is now Sarj Be" nito county.'^ ' ' '''„''-, CURE NO ctiHE WO cHAHttg:;:;,' B. ARTHUR GI6SON 120 South 2nd tit. SAN JOSE, CALIF.

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