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PAGE TWO •f DISPATCH DEMOCRATrtlfHAH. €AlilFORNIA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1948 DrSPATeH-DIMOCRAT B. A.nCOBEIi - PUBtlSIIEIt 'I'nWisbecI Kach Friday «t 12U East Standley St., Ukloh, Mendocino County, California IT SVJBSCairaON IlATKS: Per Jear ?2.50 Three Months . . ? .BO Si**([onths...- 1.50 One Month 30 .' - Single Copies to Non-Subsorlbers 10 cents * • iJomnftreJal Advertising Rates; Readers, 20c per line Insertion. J 5 O (Jcr Une euch subsequent Insertion. Readers set In 7 point cype/'ifelch Is the body ol this newspaper. MHURCHSERyiEES . BOONVILLE METHODIST ^ CHUHCK Rev. Wra. W. ReSd, Minister Sunday school, 10 a.m. V/orship oervice, 7:30 p.m. Morning service at Philo at 11. W.S.CS. meets the second and fourth Thursdays of yach month. ' CALPELLA COMMUNITY : CHURCH 10 a.m.—Sunday school, Mrs. Benbflck, superintendent, ' .' \ -jAr Anderson Valley News PHILa.t, Feb. 11.—Two accidents, which missed being fatal biy ;a narrow. mtlrgiK, occurred ' last, Wednesday afternoon, within two hour,f^ in the same place on the highway. The flrsb occurred at 3:45 when a Plymottth driven by S. Gardner of Philo .aJmost hit Paul Hunter of Fort Bragg, who was driving west, a mile and a half west oE BoonvilleD!)The Plymouth, which was on Vhe wrong .side of the road, missed Hunter, swerved, and hit a telephone pole. The impact was so- gf,^at that the two occupants were thrown through the roof- of the automobile. • Gardner was not'.^eriously hurt, but the other occupant, Lloyd Whesten.of Bliilo had a splinter lodged in his throat which barely missed his jugular vein. Mr. Hunter, who witnessed, the'accident, took the injured men 'in his car, turned around aHd rushed them to Dr. Powell in Boonville. Gardnev.iand Whosten are em-: ployed at;..the Philbroolc mill at I'hilo. Wheslen is pronounced out oC danger at this time. It was reported th^t both men had been drinking «nd that a line would be imppsod as, a fev/ moments before tlie accident they had passed a stopped school bus without slowing. • The card party held at Grange hall Saturday night was well attended. .^Vhipt andjpedro wei-e enjoyed and- refreshm&t^ were served. Prize winners Were Mrs. D. H. Van Zandt, Mrs. ' Clyde Price, Bill Dightman and Nester Taskinen. The card party was sponsored by the.Grange,. Anothei; party will be held next Saturday at.the high school, sponsored by the Unity Club. A stork showi;r was held Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Arthur Gowan of Philo for her sister-in-law, Mrs. John Holman of San Francisco, Many wee gifts were received, followed by refreshments. Guests of the afternoon were Julie Holman, Alice Gov/an, Josie Gowan, Elizabeth Gowan, •Ann Marie Gowan, Margaret Rash, Mrs. Sams, Clora Springs of Comptche and the co-hostesses, Angela Prather and Marguerite Gowan. The P.-T.A. is holding its food sale Saturday afternoon, February 21, at Tindal's Market in Boonville. Everyone interested is adj vised, to come early as these sales arc popular and the food is .usually sold v/lthin an hour. Of interest to the valley will be the report on the March of Dimes drive here in the valley, which ended January 31. Collections from contribution cans, $76.93; , March of Dimes dance, $199; din- Two hours later, a jeep driven ; ^^j. ^^e dance, $98.65; mer- by CUftoiu Johnson of Navarro, j chants' auction, $286.75; Five Dol- turnod over at tlia same spot. As , d^b, $255; school donations, ™ . . — , *,„,.„ '^.jggg. ,^vishing wcU, $7.54; hula THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Richard A. Van der Les, D.D, Minister Morning worship at? 11 o'clock. Brief choir renearsal at manse before service. •. Nursery lor small •' children maintained, at the malise, sponsored by the Seven-Thirty Club. Sunday school at 9,:30. The subjject of the morhlng. 'sermon by the minister will b^, •"A Rock-Man In the Desert/'The Seven-Thirty" Club has presented to the church abeauti- iful guest boolc for, newcomers, Istrangers and visitors to-sign.- ^ Everybody worshipping with us will be, niade welcome. the Plymouth car was still there, some thotight perhaps Clifton caught a -^impse of this car and swerved 1fci avoid it. Neither Johnson or thc.jeep was injured. LSSAL NOTICti_ 'NOTICE ^.PF TRUSTEE'S SALE dance fenturo, $13.46; Rebckah lodKC S3,4ii: Methodist chUrch, $3: 4-H Club, $1.90; Wiesse's candy raffle, $50; miscellaneous, $760.24. Total $1835.94. The expenses of ticket's and amusements at the dance amounted to $163.10, leavinP The real property d.scrib.d ^^^^^.^^^ a deed of trust recorded in Book ' "''^ Paralysis luna. 193 at page 98, official records of Mendo"cino.,County; California, also known asJ,'Tlic Forks Auto Court" will be sojfl for lawful money of the Unite* St<itc .<i at public auction to the hifshfet bidder at 2:00 P.M. oii FebrU(H-y 20, 1941', Said sale will be coji.ducwd on liic invmiios described in said doed of trust. THOMAS F. CI.ELAND, Trustee. l,-30; 2/6, 13 •'••SUMMONS " No. 15378 Guy Johnson, who has hccji the mail carrier in tiiis area for 10 years, is taking a leave of absence until July, 1950.. Johnson still retains the -contract and his place will be taken by Albert Larson of Fort Bragg. Guy's route has been from Fort Bragg to Boonville. He used to drive to Yorkville, but now the Cloverdalo carrier has extended his rouit; from Cloverdale to Boonville, The Cloverdale carrier is Alex Orcell. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Austin were valley visitors Sunday when they stopped while enroute to their home in Fort Bragg, from San Francisco, where Mr. Austin has UKIAH METHODIST CHURCH Charles G; L>ndemann< Minigle): Smith and Pin^ i 9:45 a.m.—-Sunday School. We have classes for all ages—children, youth and adults. Morning worship at 11. Rev. W. J. Owen, superintendent of the Redwood Empire District of the Methodist church, will-be, the guest speaker. Special music by the vested choir. At .6:30, Intermediate Youth Fellowship in the educational unit. Seventh and eighth grade age children invited. At 7:30( Senior Youth, Fellowship in church parlor. All. high school age youth, or over, are. invited. Choir rehearsal Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the church- We maintain a nursery where small children may be left in competent care while their parents attend the morning worship. The "Church of the Chimes" invites you. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTEI? DAY SAINTS Sjeiert Hall i Sunday school, 10 a.rn. Sacrament meeting, 11 a.m., conducted by C. A. Call, branch president. Fireside chat at 7:30 p.m. Prirnary,'Thursday at 3:30 p.m. Relief society, Thursday at 2:30 p.m. . CATHOLtC CHURCH SERVICES Perkins and' Bush Stt. '• Father Adrifu Sharkey, Pasftr - Falher AusHri MitcheU ,i,te;: Fathior Finnian CartolJ St. Mary's Church, Uklah; ^Mass- each Sunday at B:30 and 10,ti»i. St. Albert's qonven,t * Ghaj5'elj West , Church street." vMass, ettch Sunday at'7 aim.,,. >, : , St. Efanoi^/, fldplan^.iTVIass first: Sunda^ at 9 a.m. Other Sundays, mass:at 10;,15.,:, ; .y .t - •• St. Brifeid's, •Caipella; Mftas .fU-st, „3uiida3r, at 40 :15: No mass secund: Sufidtiy. Other' SuhdAya at- 9. ajtn,, ,,'Stdte Hpspital, Talmage. Third Sunday, mass,at f9 a ;m., . ,- indianiRancherias . • St: Joseph's, fii 'st Sunday, mass at 9 a ..m. St, Dominic's. Second Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. -St. Francis, Second Sunday, mass at 9 a.ni. , , St. Patrick's. Fourth Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. For Sale^ FOR SALE—8 acres located in dityof Ukiah; sewers, electricity and water, partly wooded. One pf the best tracts in oityj available for subdividing. Very, scenic i arid attractive. Priced $750 per „';:,apre.-,\'': Larkin J. Younce t»reston Bldg., Ukiah ^_ 85t6c l^ODEHK DWELtlNG— 5 jrooms, ,'. wfth 2 bedrooms, partly, furjiish- qd,'lal'ge lot. locatM.jusl oUt^ ' -side-city, limitsl' double galrage. . -$l0 ,6oo;,4erms. • i' • ' ' '"• , Lbrfcln'J, Ybunie;.; . F'restOn tilde-. Ukiah r 85t4c FjOH ' SALE No; if rooted St. -Gefirge. Italian •Swiss' Colony, .iAsti, Calif. pS.one;,'. Cloverdale 210 -F -2. ' I'B/amc HOLZ CO. SUGGESTS you let our trained t6rm equipmeht' mechaiiics go over your equipment now, during the quitet'season/ and put it m top -shape for next season's work. : ' .. :vX:olM 180 •for appointrfient. 59tfc HOLY TRINITY EPISCOPAL Rev. R. G. Witt, Vicar Sunday services: Holy communion, 8 a.m.; Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.; morning prayer, 11 g.m. FAjlTH LUTHERAN CHURCH; . Louis .C<Mexting, Pastor 416 West Smith, Phons 467-W Services in Episcopal r Guild Hall Beginning Thursdai', February IZjat 7:45: p.m;, Louis C. Marting; pastor of Faith, Lutheran church, will conduct a series of mid-week Lenten devotions. Faith congregation invites you to attend these services. The series will,be hesu'd each Thursday until Holy Week, yhe topics for these Lenten devotions are: Iji Gethsemanc, Luke 22, 40-42, February 12; 'At His Betrayal, Jbhii 16; 6-0,'February 19; Before the High Priest; Matthew 26, 63-66, February 26; Before Pontius Pilate John 18, 37-38, March 4; On the Roqd to Galvery, Luke 23, 27-31, March 11; In Heaven, Luke 23i 39-43, March 18. THE CHURCH O'/ CHRIST Wesiey^ Tottingham. Evangelist-, .' Mihiste J This church, according to the New Testament pattern (Matt. 16; 18-Rom. 16:18), will be holding services each Lord's • Day at the Grange, hailj South. State street-: Sunday morning services wiU be 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 7:39. , Sermon subjects this week are: Morning, "Lifted"; evening, 'The Tabernacle of God." PUMPS WE can supply, pumps from the largest deep-well, turbine to the smallest' pressure, system, and have 'competent engineers to figure, your job.': • - WJE reifiresent two !pf, the most ,re- 'steote'd names, iri .'the , punjipirtg business:' . ,' ,. : .:.r 'BYpC»f: JViCKSON::'.. ' ''irrigation Pumps and JACUZZI _ ^: Pressure Systems .. IjWrig' your pumping; problems •• .„\,-,.. tp us. UKIAH-FARMER'S.CLUB Call no 4ltfc FOR: SApP — Young vineyard horses;''ils6,unbroke mules. Ap- jily Harry. B:"Lutiey,- Box :3]6i ,$t.-Hqi^a..ce.Mif,-,; 'yiSmlp FOB; SALEr ^T-Hay vetch^ .?20vtoh; .Call 27.p-Ji Ukiah. 83t6p •Ready-Cut j-ionnes • $5^f''eonipl^te. 16x20 ft., cottage; cabin, garage; erect in 3 days. All new materials, doors, windows, roofSj, floors, nails, etc., all;cut.to fit. Plans and instructions furnished.. Immediate delivery. Sarnpje building now being erected 2 miles- south -of Ukiah, left iide of highway. Ph. Ed Sands, Ukiah 334 -J. 739 No. Oak. Ukaih delivery. $1750. 70tfc FOR; SALE -r- Redwood and Fir •timber. 120 acres, approx. 5 'million feet Redwood and Fir virgin timber. 320 acres approx. 16 million feet Redwood and Fir, virgin timber. 100 aigres oh Eel river-, 2^4 million feet.-Red•wood and Fir, virgin timber. W. L. Calder, Empire Camp^^ Eaytonville. 88t3p SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST • , Corner, Bush & Henry Sabbath fSaturday) services: 9:3p,a-m.—Sabbath School; 11 a.m. ^ —Inspiring, enlightening Bible. I sermon. . eWdnesday evening at 7:30— Bible study and prayer- ser-vice hour begins, , . The -Wednesday night prayer ™TsT. fuS?f tl°S''! night prayer ,ian"'kden'::rfeisoL°irmo:?X"l hour will be given over to "i. Trespass No.tices PR'OTECT your property with ' durable signs, printed on slgr, . .(iloth- Prices: 6, $2.50; 12, $3.00; $4.00; 50, $5.50; 100, $8.50 On mail orders, include stati : sales' t0x and postage. Redwooo -.fiiumal. 32tfx LI&HTJfIG FIXTURES— We have Business' Opportunities and Real Estate NEW HOME—3 rooms', large lot' >=$5700. GARAGB & SHOWROOM —101 hiway in good town, excellent franchises Available. LARGE LOTS—On live streum, in city. $1200 up.' 2.71 ACRES—Hiway 20, near The Forks: $2000. , SAWMILL and 6,000,000 feet contracted timber. $48,000. SAWMILL—Complete with tools. Not set up. $10,000. AUTO COURT ~ 101 hiway, 4 doubles, home, 12 acres. $20,000. 13-ACRE RANCH —Near Uldah. $9000. 40 acres, 6-room home. $9000. O. R. SKAGGS 344 No. State. Phone 83-W. 87t2c FOR SALE—Rototiller 26-in. garden cultivator, almost new. Oscar BUlehus, Box 162. Redwood Valley. 87t3p TOP QUALITY registered Here, ford bulls, ages 12 months up, including 2 herd bulls, suitable foi registered herds. These bulls are sired by W.H.R. Star's Prince and out of W.H.R. cows- Priced at $150 up. A. H. Nelms, ,775 Markwest i Springs Rd., Santa Rosa, Calif. 87t4c CANARIES FOR SALlS— Fancy, genuine rollers, bred for richness of color. Fine singers. Also beautiful females. Color selection: orange, copper, white, green, citron'. Mrs. William J. ^,,Owen, 668 Galistoga Rd., Santa Rosa, phone_32-Y-6. 86t3p FOR SALE— 3 electric heaters, 2- plece cupboard, 2 burner gas plate, 2-burner electric plate, 1 ' kerosene heater, small sink and fixtures. Cslpella, Lumber Co. __Call 3-Y-12. . 86t3p FOR SALE —^Almost new, DeLaval magnetic milker, 12-24 cow capacity, povi^ered by V&-h.p. DC motor. Also 2000-watt Kokler plant, DC. Will sell milker with or without powerplant; Laurence Daut, Gold Creek. ' _ 87t3p FOR SALE^^^CW country, home on Red'wood highway close to Ukiah, and S'acres oflevel land, 3-car garage. Large barn with concrete floor. Some grape.'? and fruits. Electricity; pressure system. This place has real, value, and worth, the money. $10,000, terms. Larkin J. Younce •Preston Bldg., cor. School and Perkins. Sts. - 88t6c LOST— ^Lady's wallet, Friday, between Berlin Pharmacy 'and Stephenson St, on State. Finder keep money, but please mail wallet and* papers , to Mrs. Audrey • Newell, State Apartment No. 1; 87t2c Empioymeni FOR SALS , $8000-^15 acres, larg^ garsgo, barn,, corrals, large 2- room modern house. Also 4- room modern home, garage, 3 • acres of walnuts, 3 wells, pressure ~ system, beautifully situated on Hiway 20, $18,000. 640 acres grazing land, springs, $8000. W. F.. Reynolds, Upper Lake. , 81t8p HELP WANTED— Young lady to trim windows. Earn while..jou learn. Full time permanent work. Apply at J-. C. Penney Co- 86t3c. BUSINESS, OPPORTUNITY — New Dayis car dealership open in Ukiah and WilUts. it. interested contact- Leort' Feidfer, 227 Pine Sti, phone 194, Fort'Bragg. ~ 86t3p MisceSlaneous CAF5 .CHECKS— Now .in stock at Redwood Jom-nal 'office. Get your supply there. 76tfx FOR SALE 5-ACRE FARM—Close to Ukiah city limits. Very fine soil, large house, jJlenty 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 tract. Price S880- • • 2V6 ACRES—House oh 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 irnprovements, some trpes. Price $2000. FOR SAtE— Electrolux refrigerator, kerosene, 8 cubic fodt, good condition. Priced $175. Phone Potter Valley 20 -F -12. 87t3p FOR^ SALE — Big. valley 10-acre ranch! Excellent soil, plenty of water, 3,v/ells, new. 3rbedroom modern home, pressure system, double garage, ' barn, chicken and hen houses. Abundant shade, 3 acres of alfalfa, family orchard, strawberries, Boisert- berries, Youngberries. Fenced and cross-fenced. Farm implements, with or without stock. Sacrifice, at $10,000; will consider terms. Address P.O. Box 14, Finley. ; 86t3c TROUBLED WITH Lame Bacic, Stiff Nepic or Muscles, Arthritis Nervous Disorder? .' . .' - TRY. Scientific Massage T. CASiSELLA ; Masseur Calpella, Calif. , 86tfc HAVE' YOU tried WATKINS PRODUCTS? They're unconditionally GUARAOTEED, WAT^ KINS is the OLDEST „ and LARGEST company of its kind;, in. the WORLD: 300 Hoiiseihold, and Farna Line Piroducts. I^EARNto SAVE the WATIONS way. TEDW. MITCHELL Your WATKINS-DEAXiER Rte. 1, Box 75, Ukiah Phone 10- J -3 J 2-2tnlp I,HAVE the agency for Real Silk products.. If interested contact by phone or. in person; Mildred Garzini, 164, Gibson St., o.r_ phone 394-M. , ' 86t3c Aotioii brought in Ylio' ."iupeiioi- Court of fhe State of ealiforuia, in and lor the County of Mendo- i cino, and ihe eomplaiiit mcd in • been attending the Richfleld sales liie otlic-..' of the- tlE-rk of said i conference. He is the Fort Brag? Count'.- of Mendocino, ' Richfield distrinutor, and has been '• _____ in San Francisco since Wedncs- In llio SuT ^IilUOH COURT of th'O : d^y. While they' were gone, their Sundny, Februai-.Y 15. The golden to.-xt i;-^ tiil.en from Leviticus: "I will set.my tabernacle among you: ;ind my soul .shall nut abhoi- you. .'Vnd I will walk anioup, you, and | will be your God, and ye shall be my people" (26:11, 12). The followinj; citations are in-^ cl'.ided in the sermon: Psalms': "Asj for God. his way ig perfect: .the j •vvord of the Lord is tried: he is a' buckler to all those that trust in him. It is God that girdeth me with strength, and maketh my way perfect" (18:30, 32). Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy: "The sun is not affected by the revolution of the earth. So Science reveals soul as God, untouched by sin and death, — as the c(Vitral life and intelligence around which circle harmoniously all things in the systems of mmd" p. 310). a Bible lecture by the pastor. UKIAH GOSPEL TABERNACLE ASSEMBLY OF GOD Smith and Barnes Sis. J, R. Edgar, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 a.m. :', -Moi -ning services—11 a.m. . ';,, Children's, Church—6:30 p,m. >" Evening Revival ' llour—7:45 l.'.m. Tuesday Bible Study, Questions nnd Prayer—7:15 p.m. Friday 'Cottage Prayer Meeting —7:45 p.m. ' , Sna maintain the lai-g6sl pnT"f<ift ^-c,qQ-> , .v. , Outmost complete line of light-L^Son^SSi ^^celJS ijxg' ipxture.s in Mendocino find Lake counties, '..ROBERT 1.. BECKER 7,11 So: State St. Ukiah, Calif, • 104tfc :ST .-VrE '-OF CALIFORNIA, in and for the COUNTY OF MENDOCINO. W. L. .iiLLENTHORP, Plaintiir, vs. D. C. SMITH, as Administrator of llie E'Asite of WILLIAM HENRY FORD, Deceased, GLADYS FAXON, also known as GLADYS SMITH, JOHN DOE, RICHARD ROE, and THE X COMPANY, 'a Corporation, Defendants. The People of the State of CaUfornia Send Greetings To: D. C, SMITH, as Administrator of the Estate of WILLIAM HENRY FORD, Deceased, GLADYS FAXON, also known as GLADYS SMITH, JOHN DOE, RICHARD ROE, and THE X COMPANY, a Corporation, Defendants. YOU ARE HEREBY DIRECTED TO APPEAR and answer the Complaint in the action entitled as above, brought against you in the Superior Court of the Slate of California in and for the County of Mendocino, within ten days after the Sfy-vico on you of this Summons—if served within this County; or witliin thirty days if served elsewhere. And you arc notified that un- l--'ss -you appear and answer as above required, the aaid plainlilT will take judgment for any money or dania.nes dcmandc-d in tlie Com- jiiaint, as arising upon contract, or will apply to the Court for any other relief demanded in said Conipla;:,!. Given under my hand and .the Koal of tlie Superior Court of the •State of California, in and for tlio CouiUy of Mendocino, this lOth day of October. 19-17. W. J. BROADDUS. f.SEALl Cou'.)W Clerk, nv CLAIRE SEELY, Deputy Clerk, SPURR & DHUNNSK, .-'Vti(.'li!'.-.\ S ter I'l .iiMl ill'. First .Nfuii..niil ruu.k »J).i>!.. Ukiah, California. small son Jimmy was c».red for by Mrs. Austin's sister, Mrs. Burns of Philo. Mr. and Mrs. Windsor are now settled in the "Fenton house," which is ov/ned by Archie Shoen- ahl. MI. Windsor and his brother- in-law, C. E. Mclnstosh, will operate the new hardware store in Boonville'. Mr. and Mrs. James Gowan were Santa Rosa visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Gowan and small son Georgie were Point Arena visitors Sunday, visiting Mrs. Gowan's sisters, Mr. and Mrs.. Herman Tock of Gualala and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tock of Point Arena. Mrs. G. A. Reilly, Philo postmaster, is taking a vacation for a few weeks. Slie is enjoying a stay with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reilly of Avenal, where Mr. Reilly is high school principal. Mrs. Reily writes that the weather is good in the southern part of the state and that she is having a good rest. Mrs. D. H. Van Zandt is in charge during her absence. Dr. Edwards, \*ho has been iU in Oakland, returned to-his home in Philo this week. The Farm Center will hold the i-egular meeting Wednesday evening, February 18, at the high school. The Grange will meet Saturday iii/;ht, February 14, at Grange hall in Philo, It is rcpnited that Beatrice Pin-e of Valle,io has rented the oJIieo at Woissc's and jiians to op?n a botiuty parlor. Miss Pine also owns and operates a large salon in ValJeJQ. She spent a Sunday in! the v.nlley rcc-ntly ascertaininj; the population and whether the ji'-eil iVii- iuaiil;. iiai 'l .u- e>;isl;d. :\(r. end Mi'.s, ileiii !'I'li iijienk :^:iii -uster Lois spent last weekend at Donnor S'.unmit, skiing. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner Smith and Oak Streets Leonard G. Brown, Pastor 9:45 a.m.—Bible SchooL Mrs. Charles Whittaker, superintendent. You will find a class for every age group in our school. 7:30 p.m.-^Evening service- . 11 a.m.—INJorning Worship- Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.—Midweek prayer meeting. Hearing aids provided- A nursery for small'children. HOME MISSIONARY CHURCH Opposite Airport Pastor, H. M, Bishy . Sunday school, 10 a.m. Morning worship, 11 a.m. Evangelistic service, 7:45 p.m- Tuesday worship, 7:45 p.m. Friday worship, 7:45 p.m. Everybody welcome. Come and worship our God together. The church with a hearty welcome. REDWOOD VALLEY, SERVICE Sunday schppl at 10 a.m., Mrs. Nels Nelson, superintendent. The new Sunday school ^ooms are being used. Church services on third Sunday of each month at 11 a.m. ElbertHolland will be there with the "Box of BVfor the school ar.d a lesson on L HOLZ CO. Ufjed; Equipment Dept. • feffers some very fine savings in .vheel: tractors—"Track Layers. Tractor-drawn and Horse-drawn • Discs, Harrows and Plo, 's . 59tfc m of the Christ?" At the clubhouse. COVELO, Feb. 7,—Mrs. William Clarke of Covelo Jeft, February 3 f»r Richsmond to visit, awhile with her daughter, M.rs. Hafold Clough, What Think Ye! and to get acquainted -with the PHILO METHODIST, CHURCH Mrs,. A., H. Eirojwn, Superintendent Sunday school at 10 ajiv. Worship service at 11 a.m. Cloughls "new daughter, Suzanne, who arrived:on,,January,28. She ir, the .dough's second daughter and second child. Floyd McEwen of Lake mountain made a business trip to Co- Nevada and report plenty of snow. Lois is staying out of - U.C. this semester and plans to gel a job in a Santa Rosa bank. She also plan's to return to Cal in March. Mr. and Mrs. Winter Salsig of the Philo Lumber Company spent the weeltend in Fort Bragg with friends. Newcomers to the. valley this week were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Switzer. At present they,are living in their house trailer near the Claire Dightman place. Mr. Switzer is <Vorking for Mr. Dightman. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Farrer have moved from Philo to their new home south of Mrs. Lemon's home on the Farrer ranch. Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Presley have broken ground for their new home, which will be behind their Hi-Way Variety Store. They have already put down the foundation blocks. Mr, and Mrs, Clarence Hulb,-rt of Philo V.-, re 'n San Frp.iiciseu W.'dne:-(Ui:,. Tlie,v l.i.li- their a:,;i,';li.t<.:i' "ill-. :i<.Ua.i;;fi v. .is r,hc had a scratch on hor eye. They CHRISTIAN CHURCH bran tidllinger. Minister 210 North School St:. ' Sunday School, 9:45, a.m.—Mrs, L. H, Foster, superintendent. Morning worship. "Establishing Churcfies;" Christian Endeavor at 6:30. Separate meetings for • adults, young people and juniors. Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. "Friends of Paul." Prayer Meeting V/ednesday evening at 7:30. Choir practice Thursday evening at 7:30. ASSEMBLY OF GOD—Boonville M; ti. Lancaster Sunday services: Sunday school at 10 a.m.; morning worship at 11 o'clock; evening evangelistic at 7:45; Wednesday Bible study at 7:45p.m. Redwood Valley 4-H Groups;'^ Activities Sunday, February 5, the Redwood Valley senior 4-H Club clothing groupmet at the clubhouse for their regular meeting, when plans for the coming year were made and refreshments of cookies and chocolates were served. All valley girls are encouraged to join at the next meeting, The 4-H Club agricultural ; group met Tuesday, February 3, at the school house at 8 o'clock Mr, and, Mrs. Bob Henderson and children of Lodi are visiting relatives in. Covelo. Mr. and Mrs. R. • G- HotchkisS and brother, Matthew Hotchkiss, were Lake mountain visitors in Covelo this week.' Depiity Sheriff Reynolds of Covelo left this week for Laytonville and Fort Bragg. Joe Stetson, -vvho has been visiting friends in Covelo for sonie time, accompanied him as far as Laytonville to catch a bus for, his home*in Santa Rosa. Mr. and Mrs." Rollie Hurt of Covelo left,last Tuesday to attend the annual;bull sale in Red Bluff. Key, Ernest B. Carey of the Covelo Federated church has been ill with a severe attack of the flu. Tom Crabtree, old and respect-, ed resident of the Indian reserva- tiqn in Round valley, passed away, at his home Wednesday morning, February 5. Mr. Crabtrfee 'Was 80 years, 5 months and 19 days old and had spent most of his lifetime in Round valley^. He herded sheep for' many years for .G. F. Johnson and was a good and dependable hand. One.' man said of him, "I was at his cainp one time. I never saw a cleace:i- camp nor more whole-hearted hospitality anywhere else." The Covelo Federated Ladies' Aid had a Silver Tea at the FRED A. NASSIE Real Estate Agency 111 W. Perkins 728 S. State ^. _ Ukiah 78tfc FOR SALE— We have four more refrigerators in A-1 condition. All completely overhauled. ABC Refrigeration Sales & Service, -lll^ntl ''21 So. State St. 86t3c FOR SALE — Shingle mill and power plant, with Hansen machine. Nearly new. Excellent condition. Address P.O. Box •_J^78, Fort Bragg. Ph. 708. 86t3c Be Sure Your Pruning Supplies are in order. They may be tough to get agdin this year. ^ ^ HOLZ: CO. has Snag Cut parts, shear handles and bolts in stock novv. 59tfc IMMEDIATE DELIVERY — Water heaters, floor furnaces and ranges for propane-butahe. Economical home and farm tank gas units. L. P. iGss & Appliances. /Phone 17-J. Mason and Standley •streets. , 71tfc HOLZ CO. has available at their disposal a Runripinig Engineer who win be able to' oHer any help in your pumping or' irrigation problems, no matter how large or small. 59tfc FOR,SALE —1 gas heater for front room. Call 1159-W or 678 A No. State St. •&6t3c ^_,„J ^sed^C«&^___ FOR'^SALE '— 1939 Studebaker Comiu. 4-door sedan; 1938 Chevrolet 2-door sedan; 1931 fhodel A pickup; 2-wheel traUer. 745 No. State St., Ukiah. 86t3p FOR FULLER BRUSH; please 6ail< or phone after 5 p.m.,, 216-J. 87t2p, DESSERT CARD PARTY — Feb. 17, 7:30 p.m. at Sat. Afternoon Club, For reservations call 341 or lb7-M: 75 cents each. 8,7t3rt SEPTIC TANKS & CESSPOOLS, pumped. Modern eqiiijijiient. ,No mileage charge.,; Phone Upper Lake 53 between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., or vsrrite " .P.O. Box 220, Upper Lake. A, E. SILVA .' 50tfc LEAVING TOWNV -T -Have'to sell' . List with Strout. 44tfc ROOFING AND INSULATION our specialty. Johns-ManviUe products; no job too big, none too small. Herman RTjnkel. Ph. 102; ALL MAKES of washing machines repaired: wringer rolls, belts, parts. Wright's .Electric, 289 N; Main. Phone 693-W. antf^ A. G. Kessihqer WELL DRILLING 581_No,_Dora^Ph^627rR. 20tfc ,• SAVE MONEY—See Fred Howard. "V" rustic siding, cement work, foundations, moving, wrecking, plumbing, hardware, . electric wiring, roofing, painting, 1^ ^ paperhanging, pressure pumps, ' floor Sanders by hour or day. Free estimates. Phone 104, evenings 15-J-l, Write Box 163, Talmage. 1-19-mlp , , Initiation of 'nww members ,wa.Si 1-lC 2mc I Tht'i' also took a side trip into j rclui'uucl lo |iieir home'Thuraday. | held. in the evening when the record ; noon, February 6. books of the p.n.-.l ye.u- were di.:- j ui: O. Hand' and Mrs, Ella tribiiteil .ifiir ii.ivinu lieeii stami)- ; Stiow of, Santa Cruz visitsd last, t-d by QiM euiiiicil iv;>.l..-r. ! wucfc With -Al^. tlattio Osborn in Frank 1,. Emery Rites Wednesday Funeral services for Frank L'.U- mkn Emery were held Wednesd,iy afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Eversole Mortuary, with the Masonic order and Veterans of Foreign Wars officiating. Interment was in Masonic Cemetery. Mr.-Emery, a native of the state of Michigan, passed away at his home on "Cypress avenue Monday night, after a short illness. He was an accountant by profession. Surviving members of his family are his wife, Mrs. Pearl Emery of Ukiah, and four children—Frank C. Emery of San Francisco, Mrs, Ada Bishop and Ralph R. Emery of Ukiah: and'Mrs. Myrtle. Lee of San Francisco. His mother, Mrs. Ada M. Springer, resides in Michigan., T. )L. Hiatt Dined On 80th Birthday One of Mendocino county's native citizens, T. L. Hiatt of 788 N(i>rth Oak street, was guest of honor at a dinner- celebrating his 80th birthday, which was on Tuesday, February 10. His brother, J, W, Hiatt of Santa Rosa, who is church social hall Friday after-| 82, was a visitor to participate in the celebration.- Mrs. Ray L. Hiatt prepared the delicious meal. Those present to join in the celebration wore Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Hiatt, J. W. Hiatt and Mr, and Mrs. Ray L, Hiatt, \ 1935 Chevrolet coacl 1936 Pontiac sedan. 1939 Olds business coupe. 1937 GMC truck, 1936 Plymouth sedan. .1934 Chevrol.etc oupe. *1935 Stude sedan. Vevoda Motor Sales School •& Smith. Ph. 370-W 86tfc FOR'SALE —1942 Studeljaker club coupe. Also extra good Cushman scooter. 817 Cypress, ph. 806-W. l-15mlc FOR SALE— 1936 Pontiac coupe, $425; 1937 cab-over-engine 10- wheel job, $1000. See Dan Cohen, phone 769 or 933-W. 78tfc FOR, SALE— 1942, DeSoto sedan, good buy. See Dan Cohen, ph. 679 or 933-W. 78tf6 AHCHI'TECTURAIC. DRAFTINOX John Wilson. G30 McPeak St, SOtfc LEAVE YOUR.SHOES at MScui: ney's, store in Philo for quick repairing. First-class work. l/29mlp ^V^lma's Child:tare LEAVE your children ^nile you S?"' ^i,"^ °r dance. Boarding. Phone,•924-W, 404 .Clara Avi! 80tfc FOR; SALE — 1941 Studebaker Commander Deluxe; has i-adio, heater, good condition; $50 less than book. Call 13-R-l, Ukiah. 78tfc For Renf RENT— Reasonable. __7?4,No. State. 86t3c FOR RENT— Garage 'at 310 No. School; St. 86t3p FOR RENT _ 16 acres, 5-room bouse, 2-room cabin. Will sell machinery, 2 cows and chickens. F. E. Daniels. Rte. 1, Box 50, Redwood Valley. 87t3p The Sport Center 255 North Slate H-^S everything for the athlete, the.hunter, the fisherman. ; • FootbaU shoes, gym shoes, athletic supplies, hunting clotheSi -22, rifles, air rifflli ammunition 46tfc PHQNE 397 -For All "Types, of PAINTING, SHEETROGK FINISHING and TEXTURING H; S. GRAY Painting and Decorating P.O. Box 608, Ukiah 78tfc FUTXEHBHUSH AGfiNT -^Pleas^ call Wilbur Gassaway, 461 No. School St.. or Ph. 216-J. 2-8mlc FOR RENT— 3-room modern furnished apartment, 2 beds. 520 ^^^^^o^^^J^Je^t;^^^^ l-15mlc Wanted to Buy WANT T9 BUY — targe house traUer, well equipped. Box 24, —Covelo. SetSp WANTED — Stock sheep daily ranch. Have cash buyer. This IS the year to sell. = „ ^- ^- CROWELL 585 Mendocino Ave. 3588-J Santa Rosa l-12mlp SONOMA MATTRESS WORKS' of Cotati, Calif. Let us convert that old mattress into a modern innerspring. Box springs rebuilt. New inner- springsand box springs made to PJl^.eiv For information caU Ukiah Rug Cleaners, phone' 727-W,- 83tfc Radio Repairing ONE-DAY service on all-types, of-' home or auto radios. PAUL O. NITSCH |tat ?,j £_Cl ^r^ 47^j Covelo. Mr. Hand and Mrs. Snow- are cousins of Mrs, Osbom. Wemted Employment WANTED— Plowing and discing, small lots a specialty. Phone 246-R, Robert Morris, 243 E- Gobbi. 86t3p PERSONAL CARE of, children, board and room. Licensed. Tel. 381-W, 159 ^ans^ 86t3p HOUSJEWORK OR CHILDREN CARE WANTED— Phone 765-W, Mrs. Henderson. 1 29mlpi BOARD AND ROOM for children'. License No. 12. Have space 24- hour and daytime care. Tel 508-W. 22-lmc RAISE YOURSELF A FINE SAD- DLE HORSE —Breed your saddle mare to Vee-'Tez; reg. Arabian stallion, son of v/orld-famous Antcz. Stud fee $50. Will,pick up and return free, one mare anywhere within 50 miles, two mares anywhere within 100 miles. AtSO LET YOUR WORK MARES REPLACE THEMSELVES—Breed them to Carso II, jet black , reg. Pei-cheron stallion, sire of outstanding cslts. Same rate. Munson Reg. Stoclt Farm, piione 149-Y-I4, Bald HiU Ranch, Fort Bragg, Calif. 79tfc Specializing ELECTROLUX CLEANER Repairs Expert Service Since 1933 SHILTON'S 3980 Redwood High 'vVay .South Santa Rosa Phone 4033-W GABAGE OWNERS— Standard repair -.-rtier books In stock at Redwood Journal, 35ttx

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