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PAGE mo DISPATCH DEMQCaUT. UKIAH. GABIFORNU. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1940 Dl B, A: OOBBB PnbUdied E »ob; Etiday at VtO Eart SUndley St^ Ukiah, Mendooino Oomity, CalUdrnla Per Year- Six Jibnths.... SUBSCRIPTION BAtES: ;_.$2.80 Three Moiiths- 1.60 -One Month .80 .30 ICHURCHSeRVIC&S single Copies to Noi):-Subscriben 10 cents conunercla] Advertisiiic Bates: Readers, 20c. per line insertion. iBo per line each suljsequent Insertion. Readers set In 7 point type, which Is the body of this newspaper. Organize CJouiity Cow Testing Ass'n The Mendocino County Qow Testing Association has been formed^ and will be ^in operatioRs iti the immediate future. It is sponsored by the Farm Bureau and is rfeSognlz^d by the University of Calif of ha extension service, says R. D, Foote, county farrrt advisigr. : The. bpard of, trustees consists of E. Moody and E. B. Bennett of Potter Valley. Testing will begin ah soon as the tester can be set up. Th^ testing is ih cphnectiOn V ^fth' production and is primarily Intended to shbvlr the . amount of (Sutter fat proctuced by iach cow. \ John, Buffer of Pbtter Vallby is acting.s%retary, until the Association |eis in full sWing. Jeff Salinger Will be asked to adt aa sbc- refary Uj^bii cbmiJiatioii of the organization'. He IS dt pi -esent seerb- iairy of the Mendocino CbUnty farhi BuWaO. Rev. Z: P. Millfngloh. Retired, pied Jgri. 16 _ Rev, Zacfiariah {». Millingtbh, a wldfeiy knbwn retired minister of the Methodist churbft, died Janu; ary 16 In Petaluma' at the age ot 82.; • . • Iiev. rilillihgtqh ,was a sbri-ln- law of (he late Supervisor And Mrs. E, M. Hiatt of yorkvlile, where he ivds married on October 6. 1890, to Olive lllmy Hiatt, Who 4ied July, 13, io^l He hid. bebti 4 rbsident of iPbtaltima foi' the past 46 years, at the home bf his daughter, Mrs. W. A. Helton. H'e was boni at Sarifa Ro^a and spent his eaWy life in that section. Wednesday Kites For i^hur Cole Funeral services fdf Arthur Coid were held Wednesday afternoon from the iEversole Mortuary with ReVi Charles G. Lindemann; pastor ot the Methodist church, ol- ticlatinir. Intertnent was in the inciah Masonic Ceimetery, by tlie grave othis sister, Mrs. Edith Biddick, who died four years ago. Mr. Colepiassed away at a local hospital on Tuesday bif this week. He wfls a native of England and cahie to Ukiah many years ago, immediately after arriving m Americ^. A' THE PnESByTERIAM CHURCH Richard A. Van der Las.D.D. I Minister Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sunday school at 9:45. Nursery at the manse for small children.. Excellent care and comfort. Brief choif, rehearsal^.at the' manse before the service. Choir rehearsal Thursday ^^evenmg • at •7:30. The Rev; John M.Paj^ton, D.0.; field representative . of • the vWew Life Movement, will be the jsulpit: guest and \will bring an inspiring message at the morning \service and at 7:30 m the evening will conduct a Conference on the >few Life Movement In'the loealrf;hu*cK. All our people are urged to attend both services. UKIAH METHODIST CftUftCH Charles Gi Lindemanh. MiniilAr Smith and Pine 8:45 a.m.^Sunday. School. : We have classes for all ages—ciiildien, youth and adults, v; '• ' Mdrnmg worship at _]l. Special service ,Ih' obsery 'arice bf Scout Surtday.. Rev.- UndeAianh Will deliver a special sermon on the subject,' "The Greatest Ameri-: ca 'n" Cub Pabk 45, spb «soVe'd by oW Men 's Club and Yo\iMg'Adult Fellowship; will attend in a body; Speclal'inusic by th'e Vested choir.,,* • " At 8.30, Wtennfedialb youtll CATHOLIC CHUACH SERVICES Pttrkiiks Atid Biiiii S)s. Fathitr AdHan Sharker, Pastor FaDher Austin MUchell Fathar Firinlan Carroll . St. Mary's Church, UkiaH. Mass each Sunday at 8:30 and 10 aJii. St. Albert's^ Convent Chapel, West Church * street. Mass each Sunday at. T a.m. ; > St. .Francis, Hopland.' Mass first Sunday at' 9 a.m. 6ther Sundays;mass at 10:15. \' St. /R'ridig'fe; Calpeiln. Mass fijrsi Sunday at .10:15. No':mass;second Sunday. Other Sundays at.9 a.m'''. ' State Hospital, Talmige. Third Suhday, mass at Oa.m. t v Indian RahchftTias ' > , -St: Joseph's. First Sunday,.mass at 0 a.m. • • • St. Dominic's. Second Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. , . ^. , •St. Francis; Second Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. , St. ;Patrick's. Fourth Sunday, fnass at 9 a.m. For Sole FOR .,S*iLE-^ acres -located. la .city of Ukiah, sewers, electricity '.and water, partly wooded. One of the best tracts in city, available lor subdividing. Very scenic and attractive. Priced $750 per acre. • LqrIcin.J. Younce faestghBldg., Ukiah-: . 85tGti FORB^LE—St. Ge'orge resisting 'cuftifaijss. L. Lucchesi, Rte. 1, '.B03t, 64, Redwood VaUey. 8St3p roBj'iXLE— Sawniiirih excellent ctwUtloh, single ,60" circular saw "powered byidiesgl engine. Enclosed burner. Capacity 8-10 M feet feCK day. Mill located on good roads for all-yea* opera- fiofa. Fm&t sUnd alder in C^if qrnta^, also unlimited stujnpage of* fir. and redwood available Wth sale of .mill: Fofcqulck sale, ..$11,000- plus: log. inventory of approximately $2500. . W. T- .Haller, Gualala. Calif. ^ 84t3c V FAITH tUTHEHAM CHURCH Loils d, MartSng. PAsl'bt : : 416 WAt Siriith, Phttne 467-W SAcviees. in Epi«cO|iil[l Guild hall Pallbearers were from among i ,, , , ,7: , . i »- ,, 7, Mr. Cole's friends of many year,.! ''^i***^, . edUfcatJonM Williath B»pmley, Irving Brazier,l'-=""-Sevdrtth and eighth grade Edward James, George Anderson, Erriest Baiyeht and Walter Sandelin. age Children invited. Af, .7:3b, SbWibir'*PbWt{i FMb#? ship Veiiurth jiDtiinpr.^,All Vftl^'li sbhbpl''age ybuth; or tiV '^H airfe'lrf"- _ . , I vitod. • ProgrdnniS Arranged l Cholr rehearsal Wednesday eve' For Bov Scouf Week ^ ^' church. poy^aCOUT YVeeK I We^maintam a nurseiy where n o 1 ., , . ^ ! small children may be loft m com- c..^.°^^''°f^Tr^f^/''''''^^''''p^t^'^i ca'-e *Wle their parents JRnf»'^wr^^?„Sff^?'^',attend the morrimg worship, for the Rotary and Lions Clubs .i/-^t,,,™v. <-.i .-™Uii » next week. Representative of Bbyj, °' the Chimes" In- Scouts, Ciih Scouts ahcl. Senior I ^"^^ -y^ Scouts will bei oh the, prbgrartis. Movies of the scbUt camp-on the Noyo ri.Vei- will also be shown and Kenheth Hickehhbttbm, field executive of the Scout Council, #111 LEGAL NOTICK NOTiCE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE •The real property described in a deed'of-trust rfecordedih Book 193 at page 98, official records of Mendocino County, California, also known a's '"The Forks Auto Court" will be sold for lawfuV money bf give a brief report on the state of scouting in ai'ea Sunday, February 8, thb boys of the Various SCout and cub scout units will attend c!ht;rCh in groups in the dift'ereht cHUrches in Ukiah., Pack 45 vifill attend the eMthodisti'^ * church, Pack 46 the Presbyterian church, an'd the two scout trobpS to other churches. CHURCH or J£SUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY .SAINTS. Si6idiri Hall Sunday school, 10 a;m. Sacrement meeting, 11 a.m.,,coh' ducted by C. li. Call, branch president. Flicsfd^ chat at 7:30 p.nT. Primary, Thursday at 3:30 p'.m Relief society, Thursday at i:30 Berieftt Card Party To Pay For Piano HOLY TRINITY EPISCOPAL Rev. R. G. Wilt; Vicar Sunday servicas: Holy communion, 8 a.m.; Sunday school 9:45 a.m.; morning prayer, 11 a.m. CHHiS'i'IAN SCIENCE SJOClET'i' The first of a Series of card par-i Spirit is the subject o.f .the Qhris- ties to raise money for the pur-!,tian Science lesson-sermon for chase of a piano for the Saturday; Sunday, February 8,-^ith tlie goldr Afternoon Club will be given Sat-1 en text taken from Romans: "Ye urday, February 7, at 1:30 p.m. et'are not in the flesh, but in the the-United States at public auction ! the home of Mrs. Annette Hoffman, Spint, if so be that the Spirit of t« tK» hiohoct KMfio.- •=.* "J-nn -PM I at the corner of Seminary and,God dwell in you" (8:9). School streets | The following citations are in- Mrs. Thelma Boulware will as- eluded in the sernloh: Psalms sist Mrs. Hoftman in entertaining-"Whither shall i- go from thy the guests. It Is hoped that, there spirit? or whither^shall 1 fle% from will be a good attendance. '" " " ' ' ' " Lerttferi'devotioha. Talt^ cbjigro^!^-; tibn invites you td attenci tli'^e sfefvlces.YThe series Will' be hfekVd each 'i'hurs'aay Until Hbiy -^'eek The tbpiis for theie L6nteri'ygVo- tJohs 'are:',.' . ' ' ' ' AT TrtE sifDi^ OF 6i>ii'SAVio1a , In Ge'tHS$iiian6,'Luke S2, 40-^'2, t"^bruaiy ii, At" Hid- feetr'ayal, Johh 18, 6-9, FebrMary, 19: eBfore' the tilth Hdest, Matthew 26, 63-1B6, February 26; Before Pontius Pilate, Johii ^8, 37-38, karch 4; pit the Calvary, Luke 23, 2731, March ll; In Heaven, Luke 23 39-43, March 18; THE CHURCH OF CHRIST WeSloy Tollingham; Evangelist, Minister This church, according to the New Testament pattern (Matt. 16: 18-Roni. 16:l6), WiU ;be holding services e£(ch Lord's Day at the Grange hall. South, State stf«!t. ,'iunday morning srviees will oe from, , 10 a.m. to 12 noon, with Bible study. Lord's Supper and preaching. Evangelistic services will be held each Lord's Day evening at 7:30. Walter kinkier of San Jose will preach both morning ana evening, Mr. Tottingham being absent in San Luis Obispo, where he will preach -on the program of tlie Christian Rally held there. MODERN DWELLING— -5' rooms. . With 2 bedrooms, partly furnished, large lot-,-locatfed just out- Side city limits; double garage. X $10lOiJO, terms. 1 Larkin J. Younce , Preston Bld& Ukiah 85t4e St.. George rpoted Lawrence Pacini, V J85^P wil^EIV cMlH FOiR SALE—in^ ciuirteaP5.:Noj Pine.:.,^,..v., fijtjp imm , DWEkLIHG • bt ;:s!' bedrfibihsmiH^ ''"•tefe^ifSbiW,. dining i'oomiv'l^itchfeh 'ifidv btrth; 6 i modem cabins, 'Mefcfricaly heated, aU locat'fe-d'bn •";'18i-M'li»t?; close to business dis- • nKioti WIU .produce, good^incoftie toffllpl-Qvide a home at the same • :-'tt)ta«iBu3' foriirivestmeni;-Price -.ASteiOOOii Terms most reasoriable. :i|;?i;ai^i)i ,0, YDU1TC6: Pijston^aidg... Ukiah mec FOft-iSALB 12-gauge Savage &utomafic. shbtgun. $75,214.W, , Petldng'- 84t3i) MppEhW. COUNTRY HOME—1- '-stoiy;-Atendocino panaramic tyiJe -'construction, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, patio, view windows, fireplace, electricity or gas "heat. M+.Five. acres, partly level and wooded, gardens, shrubbery, telephone .and unlimited water supply. Three miles from Ukiah. J$16,000 terms. •Larkin J. Younce Preston Bldg.. Ukiah 81t6c For Sole HOLZ CO. SUGGESTS you let. our trained farm equipment mechanics go over your equipment now, during the quiet season,- and put it in top ishape foft next season's Call M80 ? for appointment. : 59tfc FOR .SALE ^Three new Numdah rugs, 4x5/ never used, $6 each; Also ,. Polar; Club electric tan, medium size^ $7.50. Phone 457 -R or see at 550 McPeak St.. 85t3c FOR SALE -5-ACRE FARM—Close to Ukiah city limit.s. Very fine soil, large house, plenty of outbuildings; plenty of water. This place ideal for dairy farm, chicken farm or bungalow court—or combination of all three. Price $15,750. NICE LOT-^East frontage on.Mc­ Peak St., Hogan trflct. Price $880. 2V4 ACR.ES —House on highway about 9 miles from Ukiah. 5- room house, part unfinished. Good well, good location. Possession can be had immediately. Price for quick sale, $3000. 5 ACRES—South of Ukiah, ideal for country home. Has good ,well, no improvements, some trees. Price $2000. BUSINESS LOT—Fine location, 145x180 on corner. Price $10,000. FRED A. NASSIE Real Estate Agency 111 W. Perkins . . 728 S. State Ukiah 78tfc Foi' Sale to the highest bidder at 2:00 P.M. oh February 20; 19'48. Said sale wiU be conducted on the premises described:in'said' deed of trust.; THOMAS F. CLlSLAWli, , Trustee. V l /3 'O; 2/6,13 LEGAL NOTICE iSUMMOKS No. 1S378 Action, brought ^n: the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Mendocino, and the complaint hied in the office of the Clerk of said County of Mendocino. In. the SUPERIOR COURT of the . STATE . OF . CALIFORNIA, in and for the (iOUN'TY OF MENDOCINO. , \. W. L. ALLENTHORP, Plaintiff, vs. D. C. SMITH,: as Administrator of the Estate of WILLIAM HENRY torn, Deceased, GLADYS I'AX- ON, also known as GLADYS SMITH, JOHN DOE, .RICHARD ROE, and THE X (COMPANY, a Corporation, Defendants, 'fhe. People,pf. the State of California .'Send Greetings .To: ..D. C. SMITH; as Administrator 61 the Estate of WILLIAM HENRY FORD, Deceased, GLADYS FAXON, also known as GLADYS SnilTH, JOHN DOE, RICHARD ROE, and THE X COMPANY, a Corporation, Defendants. . ;.YOU ARE HEREBY DIRECTED TO APPEAR and answer .the Complaint iii tfe^ ii'cUpn, entitled as above;.brought against you in the Superior Court of the State of California In and for the County of Mendocino, within te'^ days after the Service on you of 'this Summons— if served' within this County; ior within thirty days if served elsewhere. And you are notified that Unless you appear aind; ^nsiwer as above re^uirfed, the siid fitalhtSB will takejudgiyieht fbr any money or damages demanded in the Cpm- lilaint, aS arising upon contract, or will apply to the Court for any other relief demanded In said Complaint. Given under my hand arid the Seal of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Mendocino, this 10th day of October, 1947. ' W. J. BROADDUS, tSEALl . County ,Clerk. By CLAIRE SEELY, •. DepHty ,Clerfc. SPURR & BHUNNER, . AUorncys for Plah-itiff,. , K.-itioi;r-.l Dank Bldg., Ukiah, Califor;iia. Win Attend Church Wedding In Santa Rosa thy presence? If I take the Wings of the niorning, and, dwell in the , uttermost parts "of file sea; Even I there shall thy hand lead-niB, and thy right hand shall hold me" (139: I 7, 9, 10). Mrs. B.ert Rains'.apd her sons, | "Science and Health with Kby Arnold and Rbb'ert, are goirig to tb the Scriptures" by M^ry Baker Santa Rosa Sunday, February'8 to Eddy: "God is infinite, the Only attend the wedding of Alta Loretta Life, substance, Sjiirit, or Soul, Mayer and Albert Sfjitim, Jr. -the only intelligence of the uni- The wedding, will take place at verse, including man" (p. 330)./ St. Roses .church iii Sahta Rosa: Oak and Church streets;,rending at 7 p .m. fitter W.hich there Will be room, open 2 to 4 p.m. "Tuesday, a reception at Santa Rosa Golf and Country Club. Miss Mayfcr is. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David M. Mayer. They used to live in Ukiah and have many friends here. Mrs. Peter Frati To Go In Business • Mrs. Peter Frati has announced her intention of going into business at i52 Noi-th l^tate stifeet, the location just vacated by Craig Boswprth, accountant. The place will be remodelled to accommodate a .first-class dress shop, and will be ready about March 1. It is to be lulled the Pauline Dress Shop, and will cater to high school girls as well as their mothers. Mrs. Frati says she hopes to carry clothes that will he particularly suited to the needs of womrai of Ukiah. It .has long been her ambition to own a women's dress shop, and at last h'e!r dream is in the prbcess of coming true. She •will sopn be on heir way to ithe wholesale houses to select her stock. YOUNG PEOPLE ELECT There were 21 members in attendance at the Baptist • Young People's society Sunday night when they elected officers. Those elected were: Richard Hall, president; Marion Hair, viCe president; Ardell Lind.berg, secretary; (Catherine Larson, treasurer; James Hamilton,' song leader; Mary Kunzler, .pianist; and Martha KUnzler, corfespoiiding secretary. The society is'e ut; of high school and eighth grade "students and a hearty welcome Is extended to boys and girls of this uge group. Thursday and Saturday. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OorheT Smith and Oak Streels Leonard G. Brown^ Pastor 9:45 a.m.—Bible School. Mrs. Charles Whittafcer,' superintendent. Ybu -Will find a class 7:30 p.m.—Evehihg service, for every age groUij in our school. 11 a.m.—^jilornihg Worship. Wedn'esday, 7:30 p.iri.—Midweek prayer meeting. Hearing aids prbvldeii, A nursery fbr siha'll children. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Cbirhtir Bush t Henry Sabbath (Saturday) services: 9:30 a.m.—Sabbath School; 11 a.m. —Inspiring, - enlightening Bible' .<crmon. Wednesday evening at 7:30— Bible ^tudy, and prayer service hour begins. The Wednesday night prayeri <ervice hour will be given over to 1 Bilile-lecture by th'e pastor.' PUMPS •Vl^E can supply pumps from the (iJargest deep-well turbine to-the 'smallest pressurrr system, and have competent engineers to figure your job. ' WE reprev;-iit two of the most re' spected names in the pumping •business: • BYRON JACKSON Irrigation Pumps and . JACUZZI . A^ ; Pressure Systems •^J3ring your pumping problems - ' to Us UKIAH FARMERS CLUB Call 730 41tfc Be Sure Your Pruning Supplies are. in order. They may . be tough to get again this year. ^ ^ HOLZ CO. has Snag Cut parts, shear handles and bolts m stock now. 59tfc FOR SALE— S5-ft. house trailer, ,71/^ ft. wide, year old; cost . $2400.- Nelson doUIeS, electric brakes,,new tires. Selling price, ••$1500. Also GMC %-ton truck, 6 tires, good shape, $800. On Lorraine Ave, MUnson Addition on Talmage Rd., third house on left past small bridge. 84t3c Business Opportunities and Real Estate •id2-ACRE RESORT SITE — 50 JiacreS lake,-P.G.&E. $30,000. AUTO COURT & CAFE—101 hi. way, 3 cabins. $10,000. AUTO COURT — 6 .units, lake frontage. $35,000.' AUTO COURT—Lake and hiway • frontage, 6 units and 3-bedroom home. $40,000. , DRIVE-IN CAFE—Well located, 101 hiway, large gross. $4500 CAFE—And $200 per-month rental income; also living quarters; excellent cor. location. $21,000. BAR — Restaurant, fixtures and equipment; good lease; well located. $17,000. GARAGE — 101 hiway, m good . town; all equipment; large lot; several: franchises;. $32,000. SAWMILL^Approx. 20,000 feet per day capacity; not set up; ready .to .move; all tools and equipment. ."SlOiOOO. HOMESr^ln Ukiah: Srroom ne'.v, $5700;. 4-rPom, $7500;. 1 acre, 7- room, ,$J2i600. RANCHr-T-ClDse: in, - near hiway lOJ. $9000 5-ACRES Near town, no improvements.- $4000; 18 acres, ; $5000. . O. R. SKAGGS 344 No. State St. 83-W. 85t2c FOR SALE— 12 sheets corrugated iroHiiPhpne 109. . - : 85t3c FOR ^ALE — No., 1 rooted St - Qeorge. Itahan Swiss Colony, Astij • Calif. Phone Cloverdale 210-F-2. l-8/2mc FOR "SALE — WedgeWood gas ."Stove, with trash burner. Like _neW. can 81I-W. 84t3p FOR SALE — Nice large, partly furnished house on double lot, in good section * of city, for $8000. Mendocino Realty 85t3c FOR SALE— Dexter model washing machine m good condtion. Price $45. Phone 115-J. 84t3c FOR SALE-D2 tractor, narrow gauge, $1800. Eugene Locatelli, Redwood Valley, phone 34-Y-2. 85t3p FOR SALE — Rooted St. George vines, $35 per M; also St. George vines in the field, cheap: C^ W Johnson, Hopland, Calif. Tel 2162. 84t4c UKIAH (SOSPEL TABERNACLE ASSEMBLY OF GOD Smith and Barnes St^. . J. H. Edgar, Pastor Siiriday Schbol—S:4S a.ih; Morning, services—11. a.m. Children's Church—6':30 p .m. Christ's Ambassadors—6:30 p.m. Evening Revival Hour — 7:45 p .m. . Tuesday Bible Study, Questions md Prayer-—7:15 p.m. Trespass Notices PROTECT your property with •durable signs, prmted on. sign 'clofh. Prices: 6, $2.50; 12, $3.00, 25. S4.00; 50, $5.50: 100, $8.50 I I On mail orders^ include statt sales tax and postage. Redwood (•'Jvlournal. 32tfx Calleafeb,9 Dry Wine Grape . Meri Will Discuss Problems MODERN country home and _ level land located 3 miles frohi Ukiah on paved road, 2 - bedrooms, hardwood floors, liv- ,ing room, dining room, kitchen "and bath. Electric heat. Unlimited water supply. Double garage. • Beautiful surroundings $12,000, terms. Larkin J. Younce Preston Bldg., Ukiah 82t6c SAVE MONEY— See Fred Howard. "V" rustic siding, .cement work, foundations, moving, •wrecking, plumbing,, hardware, electric wiriiig, roofing, painting, paperhanging, pressure pumps, floor Sanders by hpur or day. Free estimates. Phone 104, evenings 15-J-l. Write Box 163, Talmage.' 1-19-mlp Monday evening, Februay 9 ^ritiay Cottage Praybr Meeting grape growers will meet at the --'?;45 p.m. .. \SSEM:BJLY pi GOD.—BoonviUe M. D. Lancaster Sbhday tiervices: Sunday School at 10 a.m.; morning worship at 11 . o'clock;, evfinln'g evangelistic at 7:45; Wednesday. Bible study at 7:45 p.m. Tehrma county has approximately 1000 miles of highways and 1-16 2mc roads, county maintained, CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oran ^pUincJor, Minister 210 North School St. Sunday School, 9i:45 a.m.—Mrs. L. H. Foster, superintendent. Morning worship, isbrmoh topic, "The Tender Heart." Christian Endeavor at. 6 :80. Separate meetings for a:dUltS, young people and j'unibrs. Evening worship, 7:30 p .m'i Topic, "Paul's Third Missionary Journey." Prayer Meeting 'Wednesday evening at 7:30. Choir practice 'Thursday evening at 7:30, . The Sunday school, m'eeting at 9:45 a.m.. Is beginning an attendance contest this Sunday. The contest will run until Pentecost Sunday, May 16. Sunday school pupils riie urged to be present to Jielp their side win, as they learn to live by the Word of God. HOME MISSIONARY CHURCH Opposite Airj^ort Pastor. H. M. Bisby Sunday school,. 10 a .m. Mbrhin'g worship, 11 a .m. Evangelistic se.'vice, 7 :45 p.m. Tuesday Worship, 7:45 p.m. Friday worsliip, 7:45 p .m. Everybody welcome. CJome and worship our Ged together. The church with a hearty welcome. BOONVILLE METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Wni. W. Roid Minister Sunday school, 10. a.m. •Worship seVVic'e, 7:30 p.m. Morning sei;viqe at Philo at 11. Beginning Octobei 5 there will Preaching, service every Sun- lay at 7:30 p.m. and at Phllo at I'l. a;rh.'. . #.S .c :.S. m *e"^ts the isectfhd and tourtl) Thvrsdays. of each mrtiith. CALPfeLLA cbi^MUHiTY . CHURCH 10 a.m.—Sunday school,, Mrs. Benback, superintendent. piHILD.MpTHdbfST CHURCH Mrs. A.. H. %i6^n, Supsirintendenl Sunday school at 10 a.m. Worship service at 11. a.m; Ladles' Aid; theflrk 'ahd third Thursdays. t REDWOOD. VALLEY SERVICE , Sunday school at 10 a.m., Mrs. Nels Nelson, superintendent. The new Sunday school rooms are be- iiii^ 'used. Church services on third Sunday of each month' at 11 a.m. Elbert Holland will be there with the "Sox of B's" for the school and a lesson on "What Think Ye of the Christ?" At the clubhouse. V^EHE MARRIED IN NEVADA At Reno, Februai-y 2, a marriage | license was issued to Wlllfam B.:' Ukiah municipal clubhouse,, oh Park boulevard at '7:30, under the auspices of the Mendocino County Farm Bureau. ' Leon L. Hooper, county chairman of the Grape Commodity De- {lartment, will conducts the meeting and report on the meeting held at Berkeley, JanUary 23, by delegates from the di-y wine counties of the state, to consider -ways and means of improving the status of, dry wine grape growers. The statement made by Mr. Hooper at ,th.2 Berkeley meeting, on behalf of the Mendocino county growers, was most favorably received by the delegates from the st&te dry wine areas'. This statement "Was the result of discussion at a meeting held here on Wednesday, January 21,' atteiided by representatives of the various grape growing interests of the county. Orderly marketing of wine, advertising, proper labeling, marketing agreements and other possibilities for improving the dry wine industry will be thoroughly discussed here Monday. 'Tlie next state meeting of dry wjine representatives is scheduled for Friday, February 13, at the offices of the Californai Farm Bureau Federation in Berkeley. Mendocino county must be prepared to present a definite program at that meeting, and Mr. Hooper urges an exhaustive discussion of all phases of the grpne problem in order that he may go to the meeting prepared to present the views of the Mendocino bounty growers. The attendance ,of all interested growers on Mon- 'day evening is therefore most im- PhillipS and Ardith J, James of|' Sutter Buttes in Sutter county Ukiah. • ' Wsc to an elevation oj.2132 feet. FOR SALE— Some assorted plow shares. 1 home drawn cart, newly painted, 1 Morgan stock horse, gentle but spirited, with complete tack. Spinelli's Black. smith Shop 407 N. State St. 78tfc CAFE CHECKST-NOW in stock at Redwood 'Journal oflke. Get your supply there. '. - ; 76tfx LIGHTING FIXTURES—We have ih ^tock and mai ntain th«;,largest and most eomplirte line of lighting fiitures in V'tendocino and Lake cohhties.. ROBEiST L. BECltER 731 So. State St. Ukiah, Calif. 104tfc HOLZ GO. Used Equipment Dept. offers some very fine savings in wheel tfac'tors-:-"Track Layers." Tractor-drawn.and Horse-drawn Discs, Harrows and Plows 59tfc STOOL COVERS— We are,manufacturing stool covers for Ipars and small rooms. Made of the highest grade leatherette and guaranteed top-grade workmanship—at reasonable prices. Any color desired; every stool cover made to your individual order. Contact CALIFORNIA COVER CO., 636 First St., Santa Rosa, Calif., phone 3934. 77tlOp FOR SALE — 5-room hon-ie In Ukiah. Address R. Hoag, 1551 45th, San Francisco. 31t6p ST. GEORGE ROOTED VINES for sale, inquire C. Mondavi & Sons, St. Helena, Calif., phone 338. • 82t4c FOR SALE, $8000— 15 acres, large garage, barn, corrals, large 2- room modern house. Also 4- room modern home, garage, 3 acres of walnuts, 3 wells, pressure system, beautifully situated 011 Hiway 20, $18,000. 640 acres grazing land, springs, $8000. W. F. Reynolds, Upper Lake. 81t8p Ready-Cut Homes $555 complete, 18x20 ft., cottage, cabin, garage; erect in 3 days. All new materials, doors, win- dbws, roofs, floors, nails, .etc., all cUt to fit. Plans and instructions furnished. Immediate de- liver.v. Sample building now being erected 2 miles south of Ukiah, left side of highway. Ph. Ed Sands, Ukiah 334-J. 739 No. Oak. Ukaih delivery, $1750. 70ttc FOR SALE— Coronado 1947 refrigerator. Esther Archer on Adder place. ,Go north of Talmage store to first turn east and drive to-last cottage. Home until 2 p.m. • . 8.4t3p FOR SALE — One thoroughbred gelding. Phone Philo 2-F-23, or write Jack Barnes, c/o El Rancho Navarro. , : 84t3c FOR SALE —Two Tokheim computer gas pumps, complete with hose and nozzles; used very little. Can see at the State Garage, 628 So. State St., Ukiah. 83t4p FOR SALE — Young, vineyard horses; .also unbrokoimules. Ap. ply Harry E. Lutley, Box 316, St; Helena, Calif. • l-15mlp ATTENTION GRAPE GROWERS COME in and see the new combination sled and brush burner. Spinelli's Blacksmith Shop, 407 N*. State street. 78tfc IMMEDIATE DELIVERY — Water heaters, floor furnaces and ranges for propane-butane. Economical home and farm tank gas units. L. P. Gas & Ap .Jliancos. Phone 17-J. Mason and Standley streets. 71tfc FO'R SALE —Nice Cafe ih Nice, Calif. Call Or write Guy Satterfield, Nice, Calif. 85t3p WANTEDnFo^BUr^^^^ portable Whitewash spray. Call 7ri-W 85t2c WANTED —- Stock sheep dWry ranch. Have cash • buyer. This . is the year to se.U,. E. H. CROWELL . ; ' 585 Mendp'clho Ave. . 3588-J Santa Rosa l-12mlp Etnpldymeiit MEDICO DRUG CO .-^WiU. have . opening for, 3 experienced sales girls around Feb; 1. For particulars see Mr. Roumas, .Manager. • 77tfo Wdhfed Emptoyment WANTED- Children tb board, by the week or month. Phone 1136, . . ;,' 86t3D HOUSEWORK OR CHILDREN CARE WANTED— Phone 765 -W, Mrs. Henderson. , . l/29mlp BOARD AND ROOM for children. License No. 12. Have space 24- hour and daytime care. Tel. 50S-Vf. . 22rlTnc Miscellangoitf ^ HAVE YOU tried WATKINS PRODUCTS? They're unconditionally GUARANTEED. WATKINS- is the OLDEST ; and LARGEST company of iits kind in the WORLD: 300 Household. and .Farm Line Products. LEARN to SA-VE the WATiClJTS way. •- ••• TED W. MITCHELL Your WATKINS i DEALER ' • Rte.l, Box 75; Ulciah; . • Phone 10-J-3. 2-2mlI) Building Contractors. Bids are asked for erection of . Veterans' Building AT HOPLAND . Contact Don MacMillan; Hopland, or John V/ilson, 610 McPeak St., Ukiah, . 85t3p SEPTIC TANKS & CESSPOOLS pumped. Modern equipment. No mileage charge. : Phone Upper Lake 52 between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., or write P.O. Box 220, Upper Lake;. • A. E. SILVA ; 80tfc LEAVING TOWN?—Have to sell? List with Strou't. . 44tfc ROOFING AND INSULATION oUr specialty. Johns-ManviUe Jjrod- ucts; no job too big, none too small. Herman Runkel. Ph. 102. ALL MAKES of washing machinesrepaired: wringer rolls, 'belts, parts. Wright's Electric, 289-N;; Main, Phone 69a-W. SOtfc A. G. Kessinq^f f WELL DRILLING 581 No. Dora. Ph. 627-R. -iOtfe ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING^ John Wilson. 610 McPeak Sti ROtfc FOR SALE — Montgomery Ward tank type vacuum cleaner with attachments; almost ,riew, $35. Phone 580-R. . S.'rtSp LEAVE YOUR SHOES at McKinney's store in Philo for quiok repairing. Pirst-class work. • •• .iij ,-. . i/29mi^ FOR FULLER BRUSH, please call or phone after 5 p.m.,'216^'Y*. 85t3p Velmd's Child Cdr^-: LEAVE your children while ,Sfpu shop, dine or dance. Boarding., Phone 924-W, 404 Clara jA^e.' • Bdffc HOLZ CO. has available at their disposal a Pumping Engineer who will be able to Offer any help in your pumping or irrigation problems, no matter how large or small.' 59tfc FOR SALE— Hay vetch, $20 ton. Call 270-J, Ukiah. 83t6p Used Cars FOR SALE — 1942 V-8 IVi-ton Ford tnick, 13-ft. stock rack. Will trade for livestock, hay, grain or split stuff. George E. Cook Ranch. River Rd. 85t2p FC>R SALE— 1947 1-ton pickup power wagon with winch, 800 miles on it. J. M. Holman, Potter Valley, phone 26-F-12. 85t3p FOR SALE— 1947 Mercury 4-door sedan with overdrive and other extras. Priced $2195; .1947 Pan- American house trailer, priced $2000. Phone 484. • 84t3c FOR SALE— 1932 Chevrolet coupe 326 E. Perkins St., telephone g20-W. . ' . , 84t3p FOR SALE— 1935 V-8 Ford, 85- horsepower motor, A-1 condition, with radio. Tel. 16-F-21. _I • 84t3c FOR SALE—1942 Studebaker club coupe. Also extra good Cushman scooter. 817 Qvpress, ph. 8b6-W. l-15mlc FOR SALE— 1936 Pontiac coupe, $425; 1937 cab-over-engine 10- wheel job, $1000. See Dan Cohen. phoiie 769 or 933-W. 78tfc FOR SALE— 1942 DeSoto Sedan, good buy. See Dan Cohen, ph. 679 or 933-W. 78tfc FOR SALE — 1941 Studebaker Commaiider Deluxe; has radio, heater, good condition; $50 less than book. Call 13-R-l, Ukish. - 78tfc For Rent ROOMS FOR RENT —Ph. 406 W. Henry. ROOfy FOR RENT— Call at 553 N. State St. after 5 p.m. 85t3p 904-J. 85tfc FOR RENT— 3-room modern fur- rushed apartment, 2 bed.s 520 So- State St. l-15mlc SEWINS —-.Machine-made .buttbh- ftjles and alterations. Call aiftbr., hpbn. 402 E. Perkins St.; 51tfC' The Sport Center 255 North. State HAS everything, for. the athlele, the hunter, the fisherman. . Footbair shoes, gyro'aioea; 4th-' letic supplies,,- shotguns. ...22 rifles; air. """ ' ammunition. . . PHONE 397 For AH TypbS of : ,' , . PAINTING, SHEETRO^K' FINISHING and TEXTURING H. S. GRAY Painting,and Decbratiiig P.O. Box 608, Ukjah ,. 78tfe NOTICE^! will notJje respbnsiblei for any debts contracted by £(hy- one other than mySelf" afiet January 23. Sighed, Don 'Carmichael. - . 84i3p SONOMA MATTRESS WORKS of Cotati, Calif. Let us convert that old mattress into ^ modern innerspririg. Box springs rebuilt. New inner- Springs and box springs made to order. For information call Ukiah Rug Cleaners, phone 727-W. 83tfc Radio Repairing ONE-DAY service on all typtS Ot home or auto radios. PAULO.NITSCH , State & Clay. Ph. 47 -J; 7Stfc ftAiSE YOURSELF A FiNfi SADDLE HORSE —Breed your saddle mare to "Vee-Tez, re'g. Arabian Stallion, son of .Wo'rldrfamoUs Antez. Stud fee $50; Will -pick up and return free, one mare anywhere within 50 miles, irivo. mares anywhere -withlri , 100 milbs. ALSO LET YOUR WORK MARES REPLACE TJK'M- SEL'VES—Breed them to Carso II, jet black reg. Percheron stallion, sire of outstanding colts. Same rate. Munson Reg. .Stock Firm, phone 149:Y-14, Bald Hill Ranch. Fort Bragg, Calif. . 79tfc Specializing ELECTROLUX CLEANEft Repairs Expert Service Since 1933 SHILTON'S 3980 Redwood Highway. South Santa Rosa Phone 4033.W SMALL APARTMENT for rentH to a laboring man. 725 So. State. 84t3p GARAGE OWNERS— Standard repair order^ books In stock at _Redwood_Journal; 35tfX JOURNAL CLASSIFIEDS PAY

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