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^mkY. JANUARY 23. 1948 DISPATCH DlilMOCRAT, U^IAH. CAUFORNIA News From Covelo Recently Married In San Francisco COVELCf; JM. ,17— SuperVJ^rs velo'! to'dfty'tor a conference re gRriJliJ« rgads. It% notable that. to. date tbefc has'been -but very little enow on tiiS'Hiountalhs surrounding Round valley, • ' Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johnston ariil little daughter Cay df Willits spent Inst Sunday ViUth his uncle unit aunt, Mr.-arid Mts, R.^M.,Anderson in jCoVelo, Mr; Johnston IS" eniploy«d by" the Sage- Lumber company of Vi^illits. - , [ Joe Stetson • of Santa -Rosa Is' visiting friends in Covelo. . Mr. and' Mrs. William brown have returned from a visit to their, daughter and family, the W« Grubbs of Sacramento, BobHagne was m charge of the Brown ranch during their absence. -Mr. and Mrs. BUI Smith of Mina were visitors-in Covelo last week Leonard Miller, and daughter Helen of I<akif mouritain were in Covelo this week. ,,' •;. and'Mrs. -Ben i'ranklln, lett irsdny for two weeks with thJrtr, Children in San Francisco an delsewhere.- They were taken to.Willi tu :to meet the bus by I^on wry, number- of Covelo people were visitors In'Ukiah-this week. Among them Mr .and Mrs. Charles Lovell, Mr. and .Mrs. John Rohrbough, 'Mrs. Mart Hurt and Mrs.: Elmer Bauer. , Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Metzger and daughter Nadtne of Sutter City visited several days recently with M M . Metzger's : sister; Mrs, Clarence O'Ferrall in Covelo, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Niesen made a business trip to Willits this week. Last Monday, Mervin Lee underwent a.tohsilectomy in Willits. Mr. and Mrs.- Russell Crockett made a bUsine:;i, ti-ip ,to Santa Ro.<;a thisy/eek. They Spent one night with ralatives in Healdsburg. Mrs,;iHeriry Long is home again after Spending some time with her daughter, Mrs. Leroy Smith, and her sister, Mrs. Lloyd McCarthy, in Oakland: R^V,' and: Mrs. Fred Alford attended ja fellowship meeting of the Assemlily of God church at K61- seyville last Monday. They returned to Co Veto Tuesday. Easton Terry and family- have moved into the Lou-English house just 'below the Albert Brown, Jr., residence. A gigantic bulldozer was taken thrbugh CoVelo this Week on its 1 .V to. Red mountain, the other ^ of the Travis Ranch, to build road to an asbestos niine which Is to be. opened up. at that place, so ^ays :,Bru<;e Coddihgi wl^o is interested; Bud'^htister is in charge C 'f Jhe^ bulldozer. f.^r. and Mrs. Roliie Hurt and Jlr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hurt made a business trip to Liake county this week. •: - . .„• A .delightful .surprise birthday pa .EtywEs te.tider^ Mrs. iRaymohrt' ShlpIe^.JatiuaryiS, by the ladies, of ;the Assembly .of. God. church. Kurt; twobrothei-s, William and Everett Yates of Willits; four sisters, Mrs. Lena Christian.<!en of Healdsburg, Mrs. Ruth Gray of Sacramento, Mrs. Ida Mae Colvin Of San Francisco, and Mrs. Clora •Jaskyan of Areata, AH of these, ?xc«jpting Mrs. Paskvan were present at the funeral. He was burled with the impressive Masonic rites from the Masonic Temple in Covelo on January 7. The Lovell Mortuary was in charge. A profusion of flowers gave tes (imony of the loVe and esteem of those who knew him. Mrs. Beatrice Lovell, Mrs. Eunice Jamison, Sam and Charles Gray, sang "Abide With Me", and 'Sweet Bye and Bye," with Mrs. Fannie English at the piano. Rev. Ernest B. Carey also spoke words of comfort to the sorrowing ones. Pallbearers were Nelson Brush. Shirley English, Roy Ka.ier, Bob Fitzhugh. Among friends and relatives who came from outside were Mrs. fiurke Yates' parents and brother, Mr. ahd Mrs. Maloney and Kpvin Maloney of San Francisco; .Mr?. Mae Hurt's two brothers, Ed Bond and wife, and Mr,. Albert Bond if Paradise; Al Hagberg Of Berkeley; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Oman of Oakland; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Allen and Orval Ruthland of San Francisco. , . Mrs. Martha Scott Is 85 Years Old Mrs, Martha Scott was 85 yeats old January 14 arid was guesl of honor at a birthday party given by, het; daughter,\ Mrs, Richard Jacobsen, at her homt in Hastings road. , , Mrs. Scott reeeivesl toany lovely gifts and Several .beautiful bouquets of flowers. Among those call-, ing at the -Jacobsen home to wish; Mrs. Scott man}; happy, returns of ^Ihe day Were Mrs. A. D. .Scott, Mrs. Harry .Hazel of Lakepprt, Mr^, Chines W^lgus, Mrs. Louise Bernhard and Mrs. Harry Abbott. iivirs. ,Sc6tt*s 90-y6ar-old Sister, Mrs. Mary Milne, celebrated her birthdaj'' pn;,JanU.ary ,15,' and has ahvaj»« beeri on hiartd to shafe.the honors with Mrs. Scott, but this year fpuhd Mrs, Milne confined to her bed with k touch of Influenza. However'; '^he received many cards, .gifts and ftowers frbtti 'friends, .and relatives, .many of whom called in person.,., ., It WUI be recalled., tiiat ^theSe two ehayming. \Vorhen are members of one of the pioneer ifarrlilies here, Mrs. Milne having been .tiie .flrst .white girl born in Ukiah. To Explain Merit Liquid Fertilizer Louis Crane of Sacram<;nto will be Hat the,Redwood -Valley Nursery on South State 3tre«^ Friday morning to explain 16 intefestedfarm- ers the merits of the- Make-'E!m- GMW liquid, fertilizer,., its use:), adaptibility and advantages over powdered fertilizers, r : Mr. Crane Will be here at 9 o'.cloek and remain until 2 p.m., cojnjrig, at- the request of the nur- s&ry'mariagemcnt, who Introduced ,the product ip this area last year. Ohe advantsige^ claimed, for. the product is that it can be used-for various types of agricultural crops, flowers and.acid plants . Mi. aitd Mw. Burl B»niM, (Leita *Lolonii) mitW December. Thetyiitd a wcnfid«tful W<9dding trip Uiiough-I4 «tate< aind wera hftre to visit Jheibride^sp^^^ Mr. and Mri.Traiik Lolotlii* before settling down in their home in LM Ang4lM. Ihstruments Recorded The. la4iflS:iW6i\t/tP Mrs. Shiipjiey's hpfltiei.j'riiatllady had, gone,Ho-,J\lrs. Crocl?^t'S.,I;'home,,..so:,. ail.:.: went,, tliere-rrcalling, iOn, Mrs. Crockett.; In ;du.e"time they-'announeed their errand .-tGi: a.tiiOroughiy, surprised 'ladj^..Aft «iv opening aipd admiring the^.,jnaiiy; gifts they broiigtit . to MrR^J^i^ipley,:-they .walkedi ^tp ^M^^ Clau;eip,cp.BrqWii's home w^ere; ,tJ3iey, wer(??,,seryed' hdt^^^ cal^e .-ijJi ^U JBrown i had?made -the bifttiSiay jo#6 focvivtrs .;;sbiRl^ whif ;>y:as -OyerjVhelmed. .with hap- piries3At;,this Jpvin^' gesture ipf hero...fri«i.ds.;. . ;. ^• .... ; ; CoyeJo frie'ndsj wijl: be ,glsid., to learn the, whereabouts of. Miss Jean,.Barton,: a fortner resident df Round -valley,; who has been for some time in goVeniment. service.. A- Cliristmaa greeting to Mr. and Mrs, ,G.,M, Biggar) dated January 16, gave the-,, following address: OMCr U.^, APO 742, c/o Postmn.->- tei:, New'York. 'j^i,. - • B ^irk© liyery Yates ' .Again the angel of death caused, a deep shadow to fall over Round f'valley.-This,:.time, tt^ untimely passiiag pf Burke Avery Vates, a fpvnjer Coyejo . boy, came as a sfejpeic to the c.pmmunity. He had •'gone from his; home in San Francisco to Maxvtell tti.hunt ducks the morning of .January -4, _While out wiUi .friends,, he complained of feeling ili;.and ijefore his companion could reach him, he fell dead. The body was brought to Covelo for-.'burial in his old home .town. Cecil, )V|iliamspn and Leslie! Con- rec fronj ^ the Lovell Mortuary made the trip, in place of C. H. Lovell, •vVhp^W^s ill, Burie AVery Xates was the oldest son of tlie late Luke R. Yates and Mrs. Mae. Yiites.Hurt. He was bom In Colusa January 30, 1910, and died on~ January 4, .1948, bein.? but 37.yeara7.li month and 4.days old. ,::,„ :' ... When Burke - Was, about five years old, his parerits moved to Covelo where Biirke grew "to manhood. He attended both grammar and high school, graduating from the latter with the class^, of '28. That year he joined the navy, and served two years. October 8, 1938, he married. Miss/Anne Maloney. One son. Burke Avery, Jr., was born to this union, \yho vyith his mother have only the memory of a kind and loving father and bus- 1^ ^^"^ Besides his wife and son, he leuves his mother, Mrs. Mae Yates Job Placements , In December 61 The tjkfah jajjor market showed no- impi;6vement during -December, due to. the seasonal cur- tailmeiit, of industry. Construction remained up and prospects hre good for; the. continuation of 'this activity for'the next three months, accprciing.to Warren Fovyler, employment; serViqe manager. ,. ^'The.loeal;offide placed 61 applicants ,-i of whom 12 were women and 25[ were, veterans. During December, .lfl4 ,6i this office placed 45, applicants, of whom 13 were women and 32.iWere veterans. . Active applications on ,file in the /trkiah oiiiciB the end of December were 870, -an increase of 520 during the past three months. When,; Compared with ^ other areas of Miz, state the Ukiah .area, is.:not in- serious condition. This' area, like many, others in California, is aggravated by the influx of i people seeking work. In time most' of them become self-supporting, by obtaining jobs or going into business' for themselves. In the meantime, they must resort to unemployment insurance or v?.terahs i-eadjustment allowance for food and rent, while the employment service attempts to locate them a job.. .i Wild Women Worry Police Pafrol Wild women were in the hair of the city pol'-e on two occa- 1 sions last weei, starting Thurs-'' day night at about 10; 15 when the tdU went out to the prowl car that a woman in a gray hooded coat was throwing herself at passing cars near the city hall. If someone wasn't seeing things, the lady did a disappearing act | soon after, because she was gone when Officers Griftis and Wesel- sky arrived, and soon. In the cold gray fund frosty) near-dawn of Saturday morning a woman's screams awoke the slumbering echoes in a driveway between North School and State and kept up until Officers Simpson and Amundsen arrived and took over. This was the case of an all-night party of two, which had gone sour toward the morn—coos had ! turned to curses of loud and lurid kind, Fenton Farmer later paid $15 for disturbing the peace and Eleanor Severns Gibson of Santa Rosa paid $25 for being drunk and disorderly, JANUARY 7,1948 DEEDS ' ' • Harry Hildebrand to 1 C Murray et ux, land in Ti8N,R14W. Louise Peterson to J W Peter- sdtt, Jr, land in T14N R14W.. Same to same, land in T14N •R14W. , George Schneider to Gyveri Mcintosh, land in T24N R17W.. Myrtel Tucker to J H Dashiell, land in Centervile. Richard Wilson et ux to James Geyer, land in DoS Rios . Cliflford Burrows et ux to Geo Oheim et ux, land in T;i9ii R17W Herbert Casaday et uk to PG&E, land in T18N RiBW, Rus.<iell Dentel et al to ^me, land in T18N RIBW. Clemens Martin et ux to same, land In T21N R15W. Dom Tuso to Joe'Niderost, Jr, land In T15N R12W. NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT Walter Buchholz etal vs George Harman et al, land in Ukiah. DEEDS OP TRUST George Oheim et ux to Corp Am, trustee and Bk Am, land in T19N R17W. Joe Niderost, Jr, et ux to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and Dom Tuso, land in Tl'SN R12W. RECONVEYANCE , , Corp Ani to Jack Svvitzer, deed of trust. . : ' AGREEMENT ^FOR SALE .Anna Tregoning to Michael Fulton et ux, land in T18N RI8W. BILL OF SALE WH'Castile Lmbr Co et al to Lmbr Sales Co, personal property located in Lawrence Warehouse Yard, Willits. NOT'ICE INTENDED SALE , Edward Gregg et ux to Irvjn Kremer et ux, all general appliances, etc, located and known as Gregg Oil Burner Co,.Fort Bragg, sale to take place at law. offices of Norman Johnson, Fort Bragg. JANUAHY 8, 1948 DEED • Sedalia Ray to Roy Arnett, land in T23N R17W. DEED OF TRUST Roy Arnett to. James BUcch, trustee and Sedalia Ray, land in T23N R17W. MORTGAGES Eugene Locatelli et ux to Bk Am, caterpillar tractor. NOTICE INTENDED SALE Edward Mertle et uX to Edw Murray et «1,. property known as ,"Golden West Hotel," Fort Bragg. Sale to take place at law offices or Norman JohnsOn, Fort Bragg. JANUARY 9, 1948 DEEDS Edgar Lingle et ux to J W Walton et ux, land in Cunningham & Thomas Subdn. Mrs Vivian Sanford to Ralph Lewis, land in T5S R2E. game to Evelyn Sowerwine, land in T5S R2E. FINAL DISTRIBUTION Est of Nora Guatafson, deed, distributes promissory .notes secured by .deeds of trust on land in Willits, also personal property, to Cora Gilpin et al. ESTABLISH FACT OP.DBATH, Termination of life estate of William Oppenlander; died on 8/7/47. DEED OP TRUST J W Walton et ux to Mendo Co Title Co, as trustee and Svgs Bk Mendo Co,- land in Cunningham & Thomas Subdn. MORTGACi-E W H Rochester to S S Steiner, Inc, 1948 crop of hops to be grown on property known as Smith ranch, Dunr-n yard. RECONVEYANCES Bk Am to Robert Manning et ux, deed of trust. NOTARY'S BOND Irving Brazier, notary public for Mendo Co. JANUARY 10. 1948 DEED Agostino Recagno et ux to Robert Kennedy et ux. land in Willits. DEEDS OF TRUST RPbert Kennedy et uxto Mendo Co Title C6, trustee for Agostiho Recagno et ux, land in Willits. DeUa Hardisty to Mendo Coi TlUe Co, trustee and Ray Johnson, land in Willits. MORXaAGES Bud Dane et ux to A F Dane, land in lot 17 of Lewis Subdn, Ukiah,, • NOTICE INTENDED SALE William Lawton to William Davis, property kno\Vn as Lawton's Shell.Serviee station, Ukiah. Sale to fake place at offices of Lawton 's Shell Service Station, Xnciah. CANCELLA -nONS OP MTGS Svgs Bk Mendo Co' to Matii-itfe Sherburn. ; Same to same. ^ JANUARY 12, 1948 DEEDS Irene Holqiiist to City of Fort Bragg, land ih Fort Bragg, John Smith et ux td John Smith et ux, land in TISN R14W. • E J Bradley to Delia Bradley, land in lot 1, Little Lake Land Co's Tract No 1, John Robertson to Byron MacDonald, land in T16N AIGW, William Castee! ot ux to Amos Castcel et ux, land in lot 17,,Little L.ike Land Co's Tract N6 1, ABSTRACT OF JUDGMENT ' I. L Walker vs Glenn V/eger, sum of $970,53, principal. $56.25, interest $75, attorney's fee antt $7,25 costs, :JANUARY 13,.1948 PATENTS ' USA, to John Bridges, land in T2SN RllW. Same to same, land in T2^N R)2W. Same to. same; land in T23N R12W. Same to same, land in T23N R12W, Same to same, land in T23N R12W. . Same to same, land in T23N R12W. Same to same, land in T23N R12W. . Same to same, land in T23N R12W. . Same t6 same, land in T23N R12W. Same to , same,' land in T23N R12W. DEEDS H M Cochrane etal to Esther McDonald, land in Foothill subdn. Raymond Clark to Paul- Mc- Ciu-dy et ux, land in T16N RI2W, Walter White et ux to L P Dodson, Jr. et ux, land in TlBN R12W. E A Dunsing et ux to Freeman- NeWhall, Inc, land near tJklah. Helen McQueen to Emil Sol6- vaag et ux, land in T19NR14W. Walter McQueen to Helen McQueen, land in T19N Rl4W. Rosella Quinliven ,to Charles Ellison et uk, land In WillltiS:. W H casteei et uX to Harold Casteel et ux, land In T18N RialW. Volhier Petersen et ux to DsU Sommervlle et wt, land in T17N RllW. Richard Stone et at to George Andrews et ux, land in Boonvllle, : Anthony De Ben et UX' to St Calif, land m TUN RieW. John Swdnson et ux \o Michael Swanson, land in T18N R13W. Ernest Banker to Peer Strom et ux, land In Yokayo rancho. H M Cochrane to. Peer Strom et ux, land in Yoltayo rai^cho. Martha Brown to Francis Brown et ux, land irt TlflN R12W. Lucia Wilson to Benjamin Clink et ux, land ih TlBN R18W. Carl Poe et ux to Giacomo Masolini et ux, land in T19N R17W. Albert Akelson et ux to Mario Bertolucci et ux, land in Tl3N RI5W. Andrew Lyly et ux to Gino Galli et ux, alnd in -TISN RJ8W. I Mary Hatfteld to Andrew L>yly et ux, land in T18 NR17W. DEEDS OF TRUST Emil Solevaag el ux to Harry i Falk, Jr, et al, trustee and J Ed HUl et ux, land In T19N R14W, Eather McDonald to Mendo Co Titl* Cb, trustee for A L Harris etjut, land in foothill subdti.- Emil Solevaag et ux to Z Remmer et ali trustee, and Helen McQueen, land in T19N R14W. Charles Elh^on ,et'.ux to Mendo Co -Title Co; trustee, and Ray Johnson et ux, land'in Willits. Dpll Somcrville et ux to Mendo Co.-flPitle Co, trustee ahd Volmer Petersen et ux, land in T17N RllW. • Geftrge Andrews et ux Jo Mendo Co Title Co,. tniste* arid, R I Stone, land in Boonvillc. • Peer Strom et ux to Menslo Co TmiUi, trustee and H M Cbch- I Ptiefmem et tix to Mfttdc* (it A'l .'feiitier Hiatt et tj* t« lMfei\*».£«» TiOe -Ctf; tifU«t*ii i*lid -Tl^> of Cloverdale, land In BobnviUe, T12NB13W., Alex Cook «t al to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee aha ' Sv#s Bk Mendo Co, land in T17N.R11W. < .Anna McGlllto Mendo Co Title Ca,.trustee for Kathryh Miller, land in T12N RieW. Gino Gall! et uxV to- BK Aim trustee tod Andrew Lyly ct u* land in T18N :R18W, FINAL DlSTRffiUTION.. Est of Helen Ritchie, deed, dia- tributea to Jennie Eberhai'dt lafid inJWItiah., , POWER OS" ATTORNEY ikik coi(iu«te to H E Col qudtte. -• ' •••'•• MORTGAGE , Gordon Wright et ux to Bk Am, catarpilar tractor. RELEASE OF MORTGAGE RECONVEYANCES Mendo Co Title Co to AleX Cook et al, deed of trUSt. . Corp Am to William Hansen et ail,- deed di trust. liEASB • • . • Elmer AlbertMW to NT C LowM et ux, land In UalfeH. NOTICES INTENDED SALE Maybelle Fuller to Hal Storer, property known Qs Crist BeaUt^ Salon, Fort Bragg. > • Giacomo Masbllnl et uk'tb John DcHj^i et al, property. kno«fn lis PSitlflc Hcrteli -Fbtt^Brdti: ' "JANUARY 14, 1948 ' % DEEDS , ;•; • • Alva Glover, et ux to' Marviii Glover, land. in.-James..-Tra'cl, Willits. . . ; Nora • Gustafson •' to • William Jamieson, land in Willils. Roy Brink to Nella Brink, his wife, land in T19N R14W. NOTlCi; OF PENDENCY ' Rc.ibcrt PQrl'.ei --.,.fif .aI..vs ,D, C .Smitli,'. artmin Est of Mary':McPeak. de.-'(3, land in lot 3 of block A,.'Cochrane subdn.' NOTICE OF INTENTION . ; Hal Ogle e^ al to S Franceschi ot 'ux, personal' property, situated on lot 5, block 18, Fort Bi'agg.' NOTICE INTENDED SALE . Gerhardt Ahl et ux to Hal Ogle et ux, jproperty knoWn.as Wonacott's Studio, Fort Bi-a^g. JANUARY 15, 1949 DEEDS Melburh Culver et uX to August Lamprid: et Ox, land in Fo.H Bragg. .' • C E Winslow to Busier Hollifield et al, land in Anderson Vai, James .Cogburn et al to Fort Bragg Aerie 833, Erat Or Eagles, last will of Emma Price, deed, land In Fort Bragg, Calif Pac Title Ins Co to Hel4n Cornwall et al, land in Ti9W R17W. Garfleld Hanson et al to Harry HenninB et UK , land in T23N R17W. Nicholas Mbrtehsen to W E Barber, Jr, et al, land near Hopland. • » Claud Parks et ux to Eben Jones et ux, land in Ukirfi.' Robert- Gdrbett et ux to Carl Friedrlchsen et ux, land in TlBN R14W. . FINAL DISTRIBUTION Est of Anna Christiansen, deed, distributes to Gladys Larsen et al land irt TiflN H17W. Est i»C James Johnson, dead, distributes to Gustaf Jackson and to^ Dordthy Fi-bst land in T16N R17W and personal property. DEEDS OS" TRUST Allen Curtis et UX to C&Ut Pac Title Co, trustee and Augustus Parsortsi. land in Tl8N R1.7W. Same to same, and Edwin PllU- bury, land In T18N R17W. Han^ H «nniDg et tik ti> Mepdo Co Title Co, trustee and, Bk Willits, land in T23N R17W. Edwfiird Murray et ux to Corp Am, trustee and Bk Am, land in TISN R18W. Eben Jones et ux' to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and svgs Bk Mendo Co, land In Ukiah. MORTGAGES Hal Storer et ux to W H Ries, land in Fort'Bi«gg. • J L McNeill et ux to Hdv/d Emp Prod Credit Assn, livestock, crops grown 1948-48-50-51 located at Circle X Ranch, ftettimlng ranch and Billy Dan' ranch. Potter Valley. Herman Sagehorn • et ux to Rdwd Emp Prod Cr Assn, livestock, crops, grown 1948-49-50-51 located on Sagehorn ranch, Ramsay Sljijtion on NWP. Otto Hughes et al to Rdwd Emp Prod Cr Assn, live.stock and crops grown 1943-49-50-51 located on Otto Hughes ranch I'oUer Valley. NEWS FROM PHILO i PH^LO, ^Tftt ^.'^lMrhd t^ukv meeting, w the «^dWood Hebekkh, Lodge, was held Tuesday night, when i plans', were made jfor the confung installation, which :,will be hold at Grange hall January 24, This will be a joint 'instaU.ition of both Odd Fellows and, Rcbekahs; The, installing team will be from WiUiLs, with Mrs, , Vada Collier, district deputy, in charge, ..The Young Adults •enjoyed folk dancing at thejr regular meeting Wednesday lughl. Folk dancing is creating- quite an inlerost iiv the valley and: several organizations •are'reviving the old dances. Some excellent records were played, and three sets, with Walter Tuttle calling, learned the intricacies of ''Do-si-do and alamahd left," At the , biisiness meeting of the Young Adults further plans wore niade toward incorporatina , the club. They are al .so lending their support to. the plan of summer itx 'QUl ftshirig on the Navarro river trlbutait -ies .TJie dancing was followed by refreshments of ginger-- brieid and' .\yhipped cream with coffee." Cbjnmittee : in charge of ehtertairSments was Mif. and Mrs. l >enny WUiis, Mr. and Mrs. land- 86y' and. Mh and- Mrs,' Waltet Tuttle. • Plahs for a play tod, prograin :Mrciire .idii>eumed at tifie PhU6 tAdtia' Aid tneetihit Thursday; Which Was iiiad iftt the Phlio ehUi^h, Sewinp Wihir jaliM). 4<»l»i^pl|shed and a dls- cuMlbh otytiys to raise ftmds for an additlbii to th'e cHlircih, , ;, , Lieut khd Mrs. ^attlch Were iu^ts thW Wteic of I)f.'tiad Mif«. PowfeU ,6f Phil?. The tlattidk aiid Poi^ti»¥tite friends ih Bilt> falo, NeW York, and at the prfe*- ent time Lleiii. MktUeh is at the ll ,ettermah; Hospital in Sail f rtbi'< Cisco. ,, . Iitvjftdd,:Whb:hiai .b^ett lU,(,ls, still in, '.tU& :':mt6^ ;hbst>itai. :ffb further. niW^ hbV Iweh had, iU thbuigh it Is irebort^ thathe ihiiy hiot b^ baqk tni« i^e«f>. Althouipi b« tyiti (ntly been , in iht .valley M6e Se^itember; R«v.,:B«id has madfe . thiiriy irlends, add matiy 8<x»d|Wlsh^ gt* to him'.Ellis .Bests of. Bobnviile is in a Sail Fi^cisco hospltAl, belhg treiktedtorbiick Injuries, Be went down last week. Miss Mary Ruddock of PhUo Bpeht last Weekend ih Santa BtMKi, viiiti^g B ^tty Hitteui Wh6 is ai^ telidlbs JUiiibi' collw \Hktt>. . , ; A fckid s $le, spoiisbfed by the P:-tJi:, Will be held at, .Tij>dalll% M^rk^t oa ^tiirday ,aft^rhooil ii4riu'4)fy I It, This sslW'.itatts^ at b'ei'ifeit ajlid ia8is„'Uritii; 6, fandvii oiMod: tJBpbrtUhity:'tb< buy,: gidd, horiiife^icoolced oiak 'es, cbbfcleij pliUs atiidfj^ftiadS:' • • ,,y . i RoriSiid : O'Briari.! who • hps, be^p iit'jtrie. Herildsburg .hospital,' for several' -moiiths'- recovering , froln severe burns, w:as- released ;la.<it week. At present he is staying in CiloVeidale, to be near the (loctor, 1. , ., , ,, , , , ., Pentecost- revivals are; continu-. ing-this week at.the 'Assenibly 6f Ciid 'Chureh, in Boonviile With EyangeliSls Audihe '• Little ,,,a,pd Edith' Stpgner.o,i.,.T {5xas, Twcl've were 'biiplized .Sunday afternoon at, the rty.er nte^c ,ri-ed. Rawles', Tliey wei'e Odgll Hicks, Port.or Hicks,": Robert . Rutledge, , Fayp Robins, Mary. Nicliolo, Alta Croft, Gprdbn Ciroft, Kenneth Croft, iJairfeS Bates, Grace Bat ^s, Johnny iffichols and Donny Peppers. 'WUda Rutledge also joined the church. "Triends are sorry to' hear that the Weavers are Jeavmg the -valley. .Mr, and Mrs. W: W, ff^ayer of Hess': Mil'i, Boonville, are leaving this week for Canby. They have been , active, inenibers of the •Young Adults and other organizations, and the valley is sorry to lose tliem. The kendocind Transit Com-, pany ijs now running two round trips a day through Anderson valley. The flrst bus to Santa Rosa leaves Boonville at 10 a.m., arriving In Santa Rosa at nodn. This bus leaves Santi Rosa at 1 p.tn. ^nd.arrtves ih Bdorivliie at 3 p;m. The second bus gbln^ td Santa Rosa.leaves BbbnvlWe at 3 p.mi, arriving in Santa Rusa. at 6. This hus leaves Santa Rbsa at: 6 .p.m,, arriving In BoonVlUe at 8 p.mi. Besides these schedules there is a southbound, bus Which runs only bn Sundays, and leaves. Booh- viiie for Santa Rosa,at. i. p.m., arriving in Santa Rosa at. 6 p.m. This bus leaves Santa Ro,^ at i:lO p.m. and arrives in.BoonyiSle at 11:10 pjn. This is a betifir service, as witif twoi, schedules ^ily, passengers can make a ^ourid trip to Santa Rosa in a day and stm have six hours for shpp- pinB, Thrapp 's I-ath Mjlli which hfts >een operating for several weeks, s doing a good business, according to Hiram Tik-app, owner. This lath mill Is situated in the lot iiext to the Philo postoffice, apd the Ifiths are made from discarded lumber from other mills. This Is a good feature, as it utilizes what would be thrown away. Tlw mill takes alwut four men to operate It and the laths are put up in bundlM of 50. . Mr. and Mrs, M.Parrish, operators of the A.&M. Cafe at Philo, returned last week from San Francisco. Mr. Parrish, who had the misfortune to hit three pedestrians with his truck one foggy night in San Francisco, had a $100 fine to pay. Permits For New Building December,Total Up j $74,598 Fr -oiYi Monvh j Of November i 'Building permits lor tile month of December crowded the .•(; 150,000 mark very close — $145,113, and •was double the amount issued-in November. The permit for tlit; new Bank of America building of $65,000 topped the list for the month. The Church of Latler-Day Saints took a permit of $45,000 for thoir new churcli at Jones and Oak streets. Other certilicates were issued to Alice :R!eller, for a house on Park boulevard, $2500; E. P. Sailor, a shbwroom at the State GaragCj $4500; Robert Glannoni, drive -in fountain lunch at State of Gobbi, $iO,000; Henry Mercer, store building on East Smith, $3000; B. Rans- dcll, house on West Standley, $,2000; F. M. Wilson, shoe shop on West Henry, $1500.; Dale Barber, house and garage on South Dora, Remodeling, additions and new roofs called for permits from ferd Faas, reof on North Oak, $198 .50; Winifred Beaver, addition on West Standley, $400; H. 0. Runkel, rbof on North Bine, $i2fi; Arnold Bogner, addition to house on Leslie, $1000; T. Marshall, tarage on Sotith State, $390; i'erd Faas, ne* roof on North Btish, $643; Harry Cromwell, finish house, rodf garage on East Stahdley, $2000; H/E. HuU, addi- tloli to house on Ruddock, $300; B. P. WillshaW, remodeling house <m. Ndi'th Dora, $200; E. M. Hop- i)«r, ^rdcre bn North Oak, fiOO; May E. Elphick, remodel house on South i5tate,'$10i)0. ' fl\6 total permits issued durinjg OeiOber was $ilfii\ when the big job for Which a certifleate was tUten was the additoin to the Pa- etfic Telephone building, $28,2S0. Sherburn & ford Biiy Sdridbre^^-ICeisey Mill ifatiurico Sherburn of Willits and fratik, Vord of Laytonyllle have tiurchased the Sandberg and Kel- Sey Iqtriber mill at WlUtts and plan to. begin opera<,''|i...; .March 1. . ' SherlBurn if^ I'^aiJi wefe oWn6rii at the thill recently destroj'ad at Lay- tiSnviUe. It Is understood that the milS.arid laiids Snqiuded'.ih the mill- ^tt^.were purchased.,Miiize & Sons 6f , Willits condueied the negotSa- tUins...'.- ;lllt,lt|iIii)N»( roWBiii .iN FM iKr/.htiiF-.Ptmus'.'; Each year polio strikes- wlUi deadly effect. Each year this mysterious, crippling disease attack,^ thousands of children — kiUitti' maiming, depriving helpless, little ones of their right to a normal childhood. Last year was, no exception. California had 863 .new caSesl'-, The ..•scourge, of polio 'striiak again, claiming approximatetv 10,000 victims. 'This was tlif.flfth consecutive year of unusually, high incidence — (Ive years in .whJdi roughly 80,000 persons havc'boen infected With the disease. Thousands of these will require-car* and treatment for months — oveft years — to. coine. . What are we doing to stem (bis terrible tide? What CAN w* do? The March of Dimes is taeiiig held throughout the nation, Jajil*- ary 15-30. It Is our opportunity .to engage actively in the fight agaih^ , infantile paralysis. This iS ttie Ohiy fuhd*ralsing appeal of. thip : NaUonal Foundation for infahtUe j Ptti-alysls, which in 1948 marks a ! decad6 of service in fighting polio I with the dimes and dollars jrAttttd through the March of I^iirlMi' The National FoU»>daUOn Is your I army, working iii the Aisldf fighting epidemicsi briogiiig aJdstd tiva stricken, supplyiflg eqiiipntM^^ doctors, nurses, physical therapists and othe^ poUo stj«ciall8t(. It ,(|f';° sures .the best avaMablei .cate .iuui treatment for all, regardlus rac6 or,religion. It,supports hi* tensive research td And Uie cauii^ of poHo and eliminate it as .a threat to oui- hom.» ahd our tltil- dren, , ; • ..•i-'-srt"- The March of IWmes has opme an AhneiRlcah institution. la bur ituerahtee ithat trverythiAK possible; Will donb to lt«{ii|lg« the savage onslaught of a muiiibs^ir bus killer. ^ • . , 4' ;,. Joih ih thb ,flgin, Givpgehw- ously to the March of. Dirnas,-/,, it ;1? AYS t6 TRAt>«i IH ttKllAH Floyd. Mann' is recovering. ;tri»W» the flu. . , ..v'. ••:'.\>rc the world's fihest MEI OF AMERICA Hundrait (»f bpjMrluitiKM If you aref^ 17.I0 34, physically lit, and can pass certain mental examinations, you may enlist right now In the TJ. S. Air Force, bncc in the Air Force you will have an opportimlty to' o.aallfy for one of the many technical or specialized training coiirses offered by the Air Training Command. Spoelal ftpportunltiei for hitb lebodl trtdaites If you have graduated from high'school you can enlist In the U. 8. Air Force for 3 years and will be accepted for on Air Force Speolallzed School of your choice bprArc yois'onllst, under the Aviation Career Plan'.. If you are between 20 is and 28 , you can Compete for appointment to Officer . Candidate School, ' Special opporlunlites for rtiem With 2 yean ot eolleza or iht o^utviiyt All unmarried male citizens between 20 and 26Vi-aTe eUSlb?« to apply for Aviation > Gadet Pilot Training. BUccessf ul graduates of pilot trataing will he rated as Air Foirce pilots, oom'- missioned as 3nd Lieutenants, Air Force Reserve, and assigned to flying duty with the U. S, Air Force. Spttilil oppwrlunlibt for i/cbriiii of ony of the Armod ForoM If you bad an occupational Specialty in any of more than 800 skUIs with the Army, Kavy, Air Force. Marines Or OOSSt Guard, you may be ellftlBW for a grafle as High as TSfchniftai Sergeant In the Ah:' Force,* dpr pending upon yoUr skill anfl previous experience. ALL THEfiE OPPORTIfNITlES AND GOOD PAY, TOOl You start at $75 a month, plus food, clothing, quarters, medical and dental care, provisions for retirement, in a few short months, you may be rated Private First Class at $8(> a month. This acttoliy gives you more net take-home pay than the average cfvllliin paying for equal t>eneflts. t^t full details, ask at your IT- B. Army and U. S. Air Force Recruiting U.S. ^rmy and U. S. Air Force station. Your local recruiting office 107 WEST PERKINS ST. Telephone 624 i

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