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FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, lO-lS DISPATCH DEMOCRAT. URIAH. CALIFORNIA News From Covelo' mK'When' It was learned fHat 'Mfs. AdiioM; [Thomson hud bfeen tounii dCHfl In h^r.lJfed that niorning. The' jentle '^UtUftf lady,., had;... slipped away tojher Heavenly i Father, on tctday rslghti:. December, i20, lieavr ifig!'. QonBierniif .liyx'iand .';depp. a&ir] Ae«s'-ln the hearts'of< her relnttves! tlftdij ih .o, 'hf»any;;iriends wh<i t'knew ftei'taB.o wejl. > . : If'^he)'* \ la *Mo ';need','oi! eulogjr tor iKra. .THamabn. She' lived tier" lite Shy •^if' aiyvAmf: toi-thfeiiteathing df'. Ker '0a8t& , as she • understood i th|fei ifalwaj ^B,- jjifeliiteg Wlieie the tised 'itff-^be.'iJiaft^^ her fieighhorii^irid' iriehds :.c iqp f lthQit»i,r.<mrWeavitheir:V'maU; i or; «tc(tiped}in;d moiriehiiitorasksafiter 0'Bjh> • tter '?6it sroiie,:\^ oft-?-a-i':cOnifort;.-tb| ^JjbsfeV.whb ^ro3sa;her:M.i«juch;jj: MV , ^ftiber'-if^ijre^rS'^fe 4iW! quieUy/ahdefliciehtly. She/Was on diityi'through the/ rush , of the ChiistiTias hdliday/and worked on December 26, her last, day on ^earithV, ; ' "xivrfs. Ad? May Grist Thomson ^yas born on September 29, 1886, ntiaj; Covelo. Her lather, the lata George Grist, being a mernber of oni-••of the oldest families /of this area; She departed froiii this lite on Eecember 86; 1947, at the age of e'i years, 2 ihonths, and..27 days. At the age; of 12 years she united witli: the-Baptist church in Covelb and-has been a' sinciere member all through the years. December 30, 1905, she Was married to f Enoch Thomson, who passed to the "horhe oyer there" March 1.3, 1940,- Over seven years! . ieo- • ?• i .Tvvb chiJdren were born to them, Mrs. Syetta Colem^ and dliffotd-Thbmson. Fovir brothers, Wil'lialln, Charles, Roy' arid Asa Grist,'a twin brother, survive, also' tvy 'Qfe; grahdchildren, Yvonne and ISaivriy-Thomson. Mrs. Thomson was buried from the :Covelp Federated Church Where-she hod worshiped and served throughout her life. Rev. Ernest Carey spoke comfortingly to thosb griefstriclte.n children, and other relative?, and aT; qUart^t, -Mirs. Beatrice Lovell, Mrs, Bertha Haydoh, and Sam and Cfiiiites Gray, - sang, "Asleep in .•pallebarers were. Walter arid Gran't!: 'Wmteirs, George' Gi-avier', 4,rcHi6 Moore, i;<es)ie -Yahn, and Ga^lh Hurt.', interment whs in tlie * si'leht city on the hill. • ^(fcv •:• Mr; and Mrs. C'. R. Lbvell ari 'S. , ' Mr. anil •Mrs.'Walter Winters, whd ' s^efit' thjar-Christmas' with relatives In Oakland, returned to Co- velp the last of the week. . Flbyd McEwen of Lake moun- taj^i was a business visitor in Covelo this Veek. .V-.TheC.E. Belts family "of Lake riiountaln were iri:; Covelo this weel ?.v;:,'-.-::.,...;,. • .^.^ . .Mathevv. .; Hotchkiss passed , througH*'C6Vb}6 this Week..on his, Way to; Hie ,R- G- Hotchkiss rahch on L&ke'mountain. and' Mrs. Algy Ridley of Santa Rosa !.were Christmas holj; day'guests at the home of Mr. ahi^ Mrs. Harold Tuttle. , • '\Mr, ,and;Mrs'. Frank Haydon and Mr! Haydon's mother, Mrs. Ber- tiiia Haydon,- spent last Suriday iri IJkiah-and at Talmage, where they •v^ifeiied relatives. ' " Mr, aiid Mris. Mervjn ; Foster of Sciotia are visitors in Covelo tfiis week. • • ,'• •"• • •, V Joseph H ;; Clarke, Mb.M.M. 3/c, •who has been visiting his parents, Jiidge arid' Mrs, - William; Glirke^ left Christmas night for San Pran- c'iScp, Where he took a plane- for Philadeiphia; to meet his -receiving ship, arriving there Saturday m.orning'iri a,big snowstorm. • (fc Mr. arid Mrs. Philip .Lindsey f ' ar(d Phil's brothers, IZeilh and Wayne, •were in Covelb last week oh , a, visit , of, several days to frends,.,jjarticularly.. the William (Jlarkes and .the Benjamin -Frank- lirisrThey left th^ .forepairt of the «. "week for their home in S.ap Luis Obispo. ' . :,. MrSi Myrtle Eolirbaugh, arid sis- terj Mrs. .Lucy Bush,'.ieft last, week fpr'a mbrith;or six'weeks in Santa Barbara. ' • : MiSdf Elizabeth English Was tak- tti bbloW foj'- a mediqsil checkiip this. week. • • • --' Mrs. Grace S'weeney is assisting in, ftie .post office, f illTng' the' v'a- oaiucy.:'mBdeV,by Mrs. Ada Thpm- soh's'deatte • • , Mr. ahd;'Mrl. TOm Hill, Jr.. ana some friends' from Woodland ar- rfved on New Year day on a visit to'Tom's parents and othfii" relatives. •: -.- • , • George Short of Bald mountain brought his grandsons, the Jordan brothers, -fio; qovelo Friday: morn-' ing pn thejr '•eturn trip tP thpir home in iWiUJts, The boys • have been: sgendin'^ their.yacatiaa,with their grandparents.. .. ... Rev. • and Mrs.' Ernest "Carey we:'e dittrier guests' at the honie of Mr.-and Mrs. John Hohrbbiigh on NeW Yeai! day.' ' CliarlBS; Grist and wile of Ukiah canie to: Covelo last week to attend fhe.fuperal of his sister, Mrs. |j. Ada Thomson. 'A At the annual church dinner on * ' December 12 the following officers 4 were eleclc-d in the, Presbyterian chur£;h::LesI^ Duttlap. trustee; Le- iqy Bir^;^* ja 'aW'hiMcCombs, el- flora; *Jlm Hurt, deacon; Beatrice fXibveU,' • minfsfef, 'of music; 'David ,Dresbpch^ treasurer^ , Mc. and 'Mrs. James Haydon •mi eblldrenlcf I Friday, for a busi-: j)css trip to Ukiah. vfTO THE »EW VEAR, 1M8 = '•Wheri the Nfe'^W Yeai"be 'ns are ' .: ringing. ' ',. .Pealing loud and clear their •"^^ sprig) -I ••• Let.'us make, a.resolution. " brave, serene and strong; Giving; cpmitprt ito; the :weary. With a„childlike trust in man. Serving Where God needs a '! service, ;',-Neyer questioning.ihis plan." ,:; GO5^L0s Jan. 6,r -T -0?i Christmas day;.;-Mr^:-and Mrs. Fred Vincent hdd" as; dirinor-. guests, Lillian and Roy Heriirigs,- druggists in Gar- beryillt iaj^d! very, close -friends sof the: y^pcbntg. Mr., and Mrs. Law,- >renc'e' QantsV- and • Mrs. Vincent's mother,- Mrs. tiuller. - Ciiristmas decorations were very beautiful in their, new home which was built arid fbfnierly owned; by Hans Willig arid is located on the Charlie Hurt Way. Outside, a holly tree was a thing of beauty and could be seen from a great distance. The Vincents are very happy in this home near Covelo. It seems to be the spot they, have been waiting for.-- -,.;;;. • On New Year day, Mr. and Mrs. Mart Hurt entertainejl twelve dinner guests at their home out the Charlie HUrt 'W^ay. Two turkeys and everything good to go with thejri made. the table groan and later the guests., Everyone, w?.s filled with the spirit of good cheer and 'congeniality arid a rriost delightful time was.'Bperit there. Those present beside the host ;nnd hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Huvt, were: Mr, Hurt's sister, Veda, and husband Tom of Santa Rosa,; r ^Irs. Mary Drewry and son Dan, Mr. arid Mrs. Fi-ed Vincient, Mrs. Hulier, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Garilzt ' Mr. Hurt received the prize for the biggest bem'.-story, also the most impressive one, in the storytelling contest. Later the ladies at- terided an Eastern Star meeftmg. It was conceded by all to be a perfect day. • Jafik Andersort who was buried in the Headqisarter ' Ceriietery on the Reservation last wek was born in Covelb, November 25, 1860, and died December 27; 1947, in Ukiah; being 87 years, 1 month and 2 daysi old. . • ,^Thf furieral.arrangements were ik. charge.,of f .Mr. - Ijarice of the Ukiah Ptirieral Cttapel. . Services were cbndUgled' by 6ev. Charles Lindemann- of the Ukiiih Methodist Church, and were held at the Methodist Mission in Round valley. H^- was ; mjirried to ; Mary Siairier in, 1884. There were no children btirn to therii but their Ipve for' children led to their adbp- tion of ,a daughter, Mrs. Phenie Andersbn Willits. Mi's. Anderson preceded her husband to the grave ori-'Decembei':14, 1931. Jack Anderson-Was well known here and was A faithful, friend to all who knew hirii, He was a pio- rieer teamster In the valley; Many of the older houses Here were •built with lumber brought in by hirii, team and V'agon. The following geritlemeri. Rev. Ernest B. DeFord, Carl Delgado, Sam Gray arid Frank MpNair, formed a quartet which sang "No Night There" and "Abide With Me," acompanied bj^ Mrs. Fannie English at the piano at the ciiurch, arid Harold 'Tuttle played a favorite hyinri of Mr. Anderson, "Nearer My, God Td Thee,"; on his violin;- He was also accompanied by Mrs. English at the piano. At the graveside lue following hymns were supg: ."God Be With You", arid "Safe in the Arms, of Jesus.' Jack Ariderabn was well liked and respected by all. Many lovely flower sprays and,' pillows covered the casket arid the reservation church Was filled to capacity with relatives and friends. : Pallfeearers were! Harold C. 'Tuttle, James Walter, Ransome Anderson; Fillmore Duncan and Dewey Whipple., • ' • Comfort ' ;"ln everybody's garden a little , rain must fall Or-life's sweetest fairest flowers. Wouldn't grow and bloom at all. "And tijough the clpuds,hang heavy, So heavy. Oh! my friend, I'm sure that God WhP sends the' sfibwei- , Will send the rainbow's end." Andefson Valley News Music lovers in tJkiah and turrounding towns are invited lo an outstanding musical program Sunday afternoon, January 11, at 4 o'clock, when, the .male choir of Grass Valley appears in a sacred concett at the Ukiah Methodist chuTch, when it is expected the capacity of the church will be taxed to accommodate all who vrish to hear this unusual choir. No admission wiU be charged. BIRTHS ;-Five babies,have been born at Ukiah Generai Hospital since our last report. Starting with December' 26 -a boy,- born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leek of Hopland, named- Robert Vincent. On December 30 to Mr. and Mrs, John Joseph Tbth of 300 North Main street, a girl, named Nicki Ann, with Dr. A. C, Miller in charge. • ,; ^ , On December 30 tp Mr. arid Mrs. MatheW'D'. Conner of the Phrm Libor b'amp,- a boy, named jerry Fred, w,\th James D; Maa- sengill the doctor. On December 30 to Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Henry of Boonville, a girlj Carol Anna. Dr. Massengill in charge. OH Decemlier 31io Mr, and Mrs. •Yauyiiki (Bill) Takoe of this city, a boy,''nomed Arthur Yuki Takoe, with.Dr. A. C. Miller in charge. Mr..'and Mrs. George; Butt are sendirig oiit annuuncemerit's ot the arrival of Georgia Butt on 'I'ues- day; January 0, at 0:18 a.m. She weighed 0 pounds,- OVi ounces. Georgia is the second child. She has a sistei-. . ; Carline Feme," baby daughter to Mr. and, Mrs. Levji.? Hoagien of Ukiah, Decerixbef 17. with Dr. L, K. Van Ellen in.charge. . Mr. and Mrs, M. Lucas have given up their home at 329 North -Main street and are moving to Sebastopol. Ml', and Mrs., Merrill Reed ot Mina were in Covelo Monday. Cecil Williamson and Lealie Conner drove the hearse from the Lovell Mortuary in Covelo to Coluse- Mo,i)day; to; bring ' back the body of,Burke Yptes who passed away suddenly at that place. School is in session again aflfji' the holiday vacation. 'Teachers who went but bi* the valieV to spend their lime With relatives and friends liave returned, buasps are running arid , eveiything is buck to. normal again; And still it raipJJl . • j Mr, and Mrs.: Frank Robert' Haydon returned to t.hoii- home in] Eureka- last Sunday after having iipenl tiie holidays With relatives and , friends in Covelo. Mr. and Mrs. Phil DeFpcd a"d children have returned from Tucson, Arizona, where they visited relatives over the holidays. Margaret Noel Perkins arrived at 12:30 Christmas Day, December 25, to claim her parents, ReV; Roger Pei-kins and Mrs. Josephine PerkiriS, and sister Barbara, at' Rio de J;aniero, Brazil. The little lady weighed 8 pounds, 11 1/5 ounces, and we suggest she v.-atch her calories. Her father. Rev. Roger Perkins, is the son of Mrs. Charles Lovell, and brother of Mrs. Cecil Williams of Covelo. He is also our missionary to Brazil. A wedding of much interest to her friends iri Covelo is that of Imogene Lovejoy and Sgt.. H. J. Saunders which took place at the First Presbyterian church in Burlingame on Decftnber 29, After a shoct honeymoon in the bay area and at Carmel, Sgt. Saunders will return to his duties in Japan. His wife will join him as soon as she is allowed transportation,,. • Imogene, Lovejoy was born in Covelo,- her parents being- Robert Loyejoy Biid the-late Inez Ells Lpvejoy,,; daughter of Mr. and l\?rs. George Hi Ells. Her mother passed away while she was very young and her grandparents tenderly reared hpr to womanhood. She trained for nursing during the late war and has followed that professiipn fiinpe, . "The writer jpins Mrs, Saunders' inariy friends here in wishing her and her husband much hiippiness. The sad news came to Covelo last Sunday of the death of Burke Yates, sun of Mrs. James Hurt of our town. Mr. and Mrs. Hurt ,leit immediately for Colusa where the young man had.passed away very unexpectedly. Burke is well known here, having spent his boyhood days'hero and having attended school in Covelo. Of lute years he pnd his little family, wife and son, have lived in Sun Francisco wlnne he I'oUowed the barber's trade. New Rules Affecting ' Unemploymenl- Now Effective Important changes in the Cali- fpn;iia Unemployment Jnsurance Act went into, effect on January i, reports Lucille Soinila, uriemploy- ment insurance manager at Ukiah. Improvements resulting 'from amendments adopted by the legislature during, 184"? ^ive^ this state v/hat many believe tp be the outstanding employment security system in, the natipn. More libei^^l; berieflls fPr unemployed pei'sbns' are matched by tighter eligibilHy requirements arid possible reduc- tiPns in taxes Pn employrrS to sup-' port the aysteni.- Of primary interest to ^.mployees is the new structure of benefits payable to claimants of either,unemployment insurance,,or disability insurance,. JEfteptive; .with .new, claims filed after January ,1, the maximum amount bf w,eekly ;b8rie- flts has been raised to $25,ft'bm the former limit of $20. In addition, the majcimum duration for pbyirig benefits has been increased from 23.4 weeks to 26 weeks during a benefit year, but with a further provision that no claimant may receive iri' benefits more than one-half the total of his qualifying wages. - - Anether amendment will limit benefits of certain irregular workers who are not full-^fledgea members of the labor force. Previously, any person who liad received wages of at least $300 during his base period was entitled to file a claim for benefits yyfhen he became unemplpyed. That provision has been altered by ,adding tl requirement that if more than three- fpurths pf trip base period earnings were received during one calendar quarter . of the base period, the , cjaimant must then have earned; at least '30 times his weekly benefit amount in order to qualify for benefits. The amendmeni wnich requires claimants of unemployment insurance tp seek work on their own behalf is already In force, Under this provision, jobless persons are required to demonstrate to,the,department of employment that they have made efforts to secure work. In addition to the amendments affecting bothi insurance systems, othei' changes virere made which apply only to disability insurance. After January 1 disability insurance wiU be paid oh a daily b^sis at the rate of one-seventh of the weekly benefit amount for each day of unemplpyment due to disability. No change, however,, has been made in the requirement that JH' 7'day waiting period must be .completed, for each ' disa'bllity before benefits - becpnie, piayable. An additional liberalization of the law permjts the paymeint of disability insurance to persOnis who were injured in the course of their employment, under certain condi- tions.If the claimant is,receiving workmen's compensation in. an amount that is less than his weekly disaijili'ty insurance benefit, the diHareneewill be paid put of the state disability fund. . Instruments Recorded DECEMBER 20, 1947 DEFAULT .TUDGMENT,, Thomas Ashurst vs Shuster arid Bagley, $1521.17 and costs. NOTICE INTENDED SALE Charles Bei-keleyet al, dba State Garage, to R T Tuttle,' garage business and equipmeht. Sale to be rriade at office of Spurr & Brunner, Ukiah. NOTICES OF TAX LIENS USA to Irving Caster, ^Sponheim & Caster, Withholding tax !f409,51, plus $20.48 penalty, USA to O C Sponheim Co, withholding tax $270 plus $13,50 penalty. USA to Sponheim & Caster, fed ins contrib, $77.76, plus $3.89 penalty'. USA to O C Sponheim, fed iris contrib $42.37 plus $2.12 penalty. HOME FROM SAM FRANCISCO Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crane have returned frorii an enjoyable Christmas vacation with Crane's .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Myrl H. Crane, who live in St. Francis 'Woods, San Francisco, The Cranes are wei", known builders throughout north, central California, > FIRST '48 MARRIAGE •LICENSE The first Mendocino county marriage license to wed in 1S48 was issued early Friday morning, January 2, to John N. Humer and Martha Iv-uise Hendricks of Uluah. DECEMBER 23, 1949 DEEDS' , • > Herbert Hand et iix to Ray Davis et ux. land in T23N R16W. Alma Kolbbi'g to Adolph -Colberg et al, land in,Fort Bragg. ;Williar.i Casteel et ux ;to Cecil Calkins et Ox, land in Little Lake •LaVid Co's Tract No.i.' '•'Fred Gillespie etux to George IT^de; land in Potter Valley. , Claude Lewis et ux to Florence Prlestbn, executrix of, last will of Hugh Preston, deed, land in T20N RI3W. , Harold Byles et al to Marshall Winn et ux, land in TUN R14W. DEED OF TRUST Charles Crawford, Jr, to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and. Nellie Crawford, land, in Sanel Rancho. MORTGAGE Willits Rdwd Frbd Co to Bk Am, truck, tires, etc. RBLEA.SE OF MORTGAGE Ora Thelan to Charles Foord et ux. ; AGREEMENT . , June Karnes to Zrina Burgin, land iri T20N R14W. ESCROW & SALE AGRMNT Peter Galli to Robert Satterwhite et al'i Calif liqu.or license being used in the operation of the Lido Hotel, Ukiah. NOTICE INTENDED. SALE Peter Galii to Robert Satterwhite et al, Calif liquor license used at the. Lido Hotel, Ukiah. DECEMBER 24, 1947 DEEDS W H Casteel et ux to E H Maize et ux, land ih lot 13, Maize sutidri. Theodore M'jyer eV ux to A H Pude et ux, land in T20N R14- 15W. . . S P isbell to John Sandberg, land dn Ukiah. John Vides et ux to Thelma Mazzanti, land in Ukiah. DECREE , DISTRIBUTION E;st of George Stewart, deed, whple of estate is distriijuted to Marie Stewart, widow; personal protjerty, real pi^operty in T24N RieW) also property not known or hereafter discovered. . ABSTRACT OF JUDGMENT Merchants Col, A^sn of Oakland vs Rollln Fillmore, Jr et al, judgment $463,. costs $M.S0. DEEDS OF' TRUST A;H'Rude et ux'to Mendo Co Titl<S Co, trustee arid Theodore Meyer, land in T20N R14-15W. J6hn Sandberg et' ux to Corp Am^ tru'stee arid Qk Am, land in lot 3, bik 10, Wagonsellers 2nd Add,to Ukiah. ,, , . MORTGAGES K.& E Lriibr Co to Bk Willits, resaw, cycle motor, equipment used in lumber mill. Owen Barstow- to Bk Willits, farm equipment, tractor, etc, lor cated on the Owen.Barstow ranch east of .Willits, PARTIAL RECONVEYANCE Calif Pac Title.Ins Co to,Fred Bent, deed of trust, portion ^ of land in Ukiah, Henry Best to Wm Malsbary, sale to take place at Bk Willits. DECEMBER 26, 1947 DEEDS • . Oscar Taubold et ux to Clair Young et ux, land in T19N Rnw. O O Barker et ux to Julius Rastica et al, land in T24N RllW. Monna Marney to Julius Rastica et al, land in T19N R15W. A E IJaccn to Reymer Keeb- elr, land in T15N R18W. Abigail Lee ei al to Harry Urban! et ux, land in Fort Bragg. Benjamin Clink et ux to John Ceriani et ux, land in TX8N R17W. SO Johnson et al to M & M Woodworking Co, land!in T23N R18W. '••••• DECLARATION OF HMSTD . Zrina Burgin, land in T20N R14W. POWER OF, ATTORNEY Garlehd Burgin to Harvy Mc- CaHer. MORTGAGES John Ceriani et ux to Benjamin Clink et ux, land in T18N R17W. Hilija Davis to Byron Davis, land in Fort Bragg. BILL OP SA1£ ,Byron Davis to HiUja Davis, property known as Club'" Fort Bragg Restaurant, located in Fort Bragg. NOTICE INTENDED SALE Floyd Larson et aV 'to Frank Crane, machinery and equipment used in the operation of the Con ci-ete Block & Brick Co, located at Ukiah. Sale td take place at offices of Buike & Rawles, NOTICES DP TAX LIENS , USA vs Clyde Henry, iricome tax, 1941, $2213.18. USA' vs Clyde Henry et al, income tax 1943, $2101.73. AGREEMENT FOR SALE Page &• Gates LmbrCo to A A Tiseher,' timber located iri T23N R17W. . REDiODVMEY REDWOOD VALLEY, Jun, Mrs. M., Brown had her entire family with her for the holidays-r Mr .and Mrs. Joseph Brown and three daughters ot St. Helena, Mr, and Mr.s. Frank Brown and three children of Redwood Valley, Mr, and Mrs. R, Naumann and four children of Oakland and Harold and Donald Brown. Mrs. Naumarin and children stayed until New Year. . Mr. and Mrs. Lee Trowbridge spent New Year in Oakland and l"Merced with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Kartes and two children and Gary Hoag drove to San Francisco to spend the holidays with Mr, Kartes' parents, T, D. Ra-ivleals having considerable bulldozing done, at his ranch, J, McCulIoch doing the work. Accident to Cable Interrupts Power Electric service in Mendocino, Sonoma and Marin counties was interrupted from 11:40 until 11:58 a,m, Wednesday when two high- lension cables were broken at the P^G.&E. substation in Newark. The cables, each carrying' 110,- dOO volts, were broken • by, the boom of a massive crane working on a highway project nearby. The crane operator, 30-year-old Jarpes S. Green, escaped death by wearing rubber gloves and sitting on a non-conductor cushion. , , The power stoppage also affected service in Oakland, San Leandro, Hayward, Albany, Berkeley, El Cerr/to, and as far north as Sacramento. Green, who suffered only minor shock, watched as crews hurriedly spliced new cables onto the severed ones, '^^id, "I heard a crackling noise and saw blue flame spitting out of the bottom of the tractor. Without s,opping to shut off the motoj- or imything else, 1 jumped. 1 landed about eight feel away from the tractor. Then I re- memlpered that as I jumped, I went through that flame and, felt a kind of shock—not much, just a little." PHILO, Jan. 3.—-A steady show-' which began Wednesday is brightening up the feed situation fo'r the ranchers, whose hay crops have not been growing. Up until now, the rainfall has been very light. It has been reported that over 1000 people attended the- community Christmas tree, given On the 19t^ of December. This tree was sponsored by, the community, assisted by the Young Adult Club and other organiations. A vpte of thanks from the community was given to.the following contributors who helped to make the tree and program such a success: Young Adult Club, Recreatioiri qlub, Unity Cliib, Rebekah Lodge. Odd, Fellows Lodge, Grange, Farm Bureau, Teen-Age ' Club, Nash , Logging Company, Independerit Redwood Company, Philo Lumber Cpmapny, Charles Lumber Combariy, Rowley trucking Company, Local UrriPn No. 2535, Fpche Lumbei- Cbmp Philbrook Lumber Company, Style Shop, Anderson Valley Market, Pardini's, Ovyings' Store, ,McKin- nfey's Gerieral Store, Tihdall's Market, HojiTy & Eva's Do-,Nut Shop, Weisse 's FouJi'tain, Mac's Service Station, Scptt Variety Store, J. ,,T. Farrer Store, poon- viile Lodge and Restaurant, Ornbaun's Grocery, Clay's Meat Market, Rossi & Son's , Hardware Mannix Electric , Shop, Hir-Way Variety Store, Bakery, Track Inn and Restauran't,' BoonviUe''Hotel, R&D Cafe, Live Oak Garage, Shell Oil Station and Hanson's Hardware. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Larripbei't of Boonville returned this week from a vacation in southern California and Mexico. They were accompanied by the Burt Rowjey faj^ily, who wiir be home this week after an extended trip to Boulder Dam and other points of iriteresfc'. ' ' A large croWd attended the New Year dance, sppnspred by the Unity Club. The hall Was gayly decorated with greenery and red ribbons with large clusters of balloons hanging' from the ceiling. These were .released at midnight, and added a lively note to the merrymaking, as free supper tickets, were enclosed in some of the balioons. Music was furritahed by the Ipcal orchestra • arid supper v/^s served,at midnight. ' Mr. and Mrs. Frasier, who are 'eriiployed at the A. & M. Cafe, returned this week from a trip to Oakland, where, they visited friends at Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Willis^e reported to,have rnoved this week to their new home.; one" of the riewly finished duplexes south'of Boonville. They have been living teinppiarily in the parspiiaee vujtil they could be permanently located. Mr. Willis is the principal of the valley high schools and grammar ,>?6hpplB. J , . J Miss Barbara Austin of Arlzpria is spending her holiday vacation With.Mr. and Mrs. Wprren Ingram of Navarro. Rlr. and Mrs-.Kenneth Maddux of Philo celeb;-atqd , phristmas with a Christipas eve party for their relatives. A tree and presents were' enjoyed, followed' by refreshments, fpQ?e who attended were Mrs, Leona i Nunn, Mrs. Aldah Hotell, Mr. arid Mrs, James Hotel!, Mr. and Mrs; Bill Maddux arid family, and the h^st arid hostess. RETURNS TO NURSING Mrs. Elsie Daut Frost, R.N. graduate ot the University ot California school ot nursing, has returned to active duty in Ukiah. She will be on call for vi,siting nursing in the home or for private duty in the hospital and can be reached by phone at lier residence, 806 West Chui-cii street. PHILO, Jan, 6,—Light rainS are improving the grazing situation for valley ranchers. Much of the grass has groWn several inches since the rain conimenped. The newly orgariize<J Tee.n-age Club has opened Dancing Night, which will interest many. Dancing lessons will, take place every Monday night at the, Boonville fair building. The Teen-age Club is sponsored by the Recreation Club arid meets every Monday and Thursday night at the fair biiildirig. They have various amusements and exercise, sucii as roller skating, dancing, basketball, ping pong and other sports. Chape- rpnes appointed by the Recreation Club; will be present. , The teenagers pf the valley are very enthusiastic and attendance is gppd. They elected the following - of their group as officers: President, Warren Farrell; vice president, Floyd Johnson;, secretory, Ethel Abreu; treasurer, Barbara Gill, director, Charles Sandelin. The first high school league game of the year will take place betwee'n Hopland and Boonville, at the Boonville high school, Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Hess and daughter Sandria of Richmond, Oregon, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chat-les Hess of Boonville, and other relatives. Mr, and Mrs. Walter Kuberg of Camby are visiting Mr. and Mrs, Weldon Weaver of Boonville, Mr. and Mrs. Smart and family of Boonville are enjoying a l6-day trip in Stockton, Yosemite and Angel's Camp, where they will visit Mrs. Smart's relatives; Mr. and Mrs. Cowden of San CHAS. KASCH Attorney and Counselor at Law Odd Fellows Bunding North Stats Bl. Ukiah, Calif. Francisco were, recent • guests ' at the; Robert Giifilahd. ,i,omo neac BoonVlUe. Mrs, GllUland is their, daughter, • ; • Mr,, and, Mrs, M* J. DUver -of- SiScramentP enjoyed the Nbw Yfeaf holidays with Mr. and<<Mt-8. Bill Dlghtman of Philo.; While here they attpftded the Ifew Year dancS given by. ihe Unity,Club, and spent a delightful evening. H Mr. and •Mrs,; -Bon Vap Zatfdt spent 0 little .whilp with Ben?^ parents, Mr. jjnd Mrs. -D,-H.,Vsfrir Zandt of Philo, before return/nj^ to Albany, wher.e Beri vvill stirt his next semester at Univer§ity.''6| California. ,"' News of the death of CIie^M Bloyd reached his brother Mbhtfei of Philo this week. The wip^ came by telephone and no partieU- lars, are known, Chester';B1^3 denti, will remeiriViei^ ChesteV.'fdfe hciiscd to tearii' iri this'sectfejj, Siribere sympathy is exie'ntipdjp MoriteBlpyd and:theBloyd fari^;?. Mr. and Mrs. George Shrigx? and daughter Barbara of San Francisco passed the Christmaf and NeW 'Year,holiday with^J'S. Shrieve's mother arid, farriily. M^. and Mrs. Arnold .Brown arid M^ Ariria.Browri of Philo. , , , i -Mr. and- Mr.s. George Jphr^W reported a pleasant^ holldpy. ii .ffy- ing just returned; rrom NevR^p City, where- they ,yere gue,sti..«t their great-niece, Wir, and Mrs;.Ed PurrselV who motored do'^niiitP get them. ,Mr. Johnson h«ri <fa« interesting experience ponttinB gpld in that area. He brovghW* small bottle of gold dust back with him, which he had panned. ^r, and Mrs. Mervyn PerftlnS and sori Charlas visited m Pho*. nix -over the holidays. They i^'At Christmas with Mr, Perkins' par- entSi Mr. and Mrs. Fred PerKfAs of Fort Bragg, who are wintering in Arizona. ' "'X^, Alva Ingram and son, 116836- tprned last week from- a holh^ in Arizona, where they were'.^ guests of Mr, and Mrs. Austin* of Scottsdale, Arizona. Miss BarB^^ Austin returned with them,V,ilo spend hev vacation belore;/tt|e college which ,slie Is 'atlendlftg begins its next semester. -. , -^.j.. The Assembly pf God ;chiip |t»h" in poonyille is holding nightly revival meetings which, will; Ij^. all of this week, and perhaps longer. Evangelists Edith LiUle and Audine Stogner of Texas are oonductinig the meetings. Tji0Be evangelists Were here some time ago and promised to return.'A children's rally will be condUQl|>d Saturday at 2:30 o'clock, : Three new members joined-jjlie Methodist church at Philo Sunday mornirig. Mrs, Grace Blatlner'.by letter, end Simon Blattner tand Jack Poff on profession of Jaith. Communion services were held»in both Boonville and Philo Methodist churches last Sunday.- .1.!; the Rebekah lodge will hold>,'its regular meeting Tuesday night, January 13, at the hull in Bobh* ville. • '. •;^'^,The Anderson Valley Grarijie will hold its regular meeting-Saturday night, January 10. atGWKfee hall near Philo. Lie Detector Test^^ Is Given Quartet ' Cieriiept 'Dimcan,- Jesse HaMn, John, Ivcy- and Ed ^cFerland-i'^WO" men hold at the-coujjty.^nil in e «ri- nection with the slaying pf Artl|ie Murdock on the night; of pecipm- ber 24, were taken,tp;Berkelpy Friday and giveii .fhe lie deteq'lor lest. - , ,. Accompanyirig the iprisoners were Chief Criminal Deputy iWl- liiim White and.Ghief .of ,Po\fce John Viarengo, and both, plPcers cpnsider tho test a:, sueoess,. they having verified a numberi„oi.' thinlis that occurred in the fight at ,the, jungle camp whefe,J^- dock was stabbed to death vTjy Jtimes Pollard. Just wl ^at- itrfpr- mation they gained the. officers.Jl'^ eline to sfate. . ., :;; The test vyas conducted', bj'-'^ Keidel of the Bejkeley. .f''Dlicp ':;4er partmenl, jthe oxptrt jWho.jS^wgt considerable time in Ukiali;'^^'- eral summers ago iri an endeaybr to Coax informatiofi fram^ Indian boys cone,erriing; aript ^ec m^urder. . TO BE MAIBHIED S.OON . News of the coming marriage pf Miss Muriel Ann Smith and ,;^pl- bert Munson sometime in February has been made known, It'WiU take plac^ af the Methodist church here and will be one of the outstanding events of the mdnth,'^'^ RHEUMATISM: . CURE -q; NO CURE — HO CHARGE • B. ARTHUR OmOH !20 South 2ntr St. SAW JPSE, CAI,IF.'

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