Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on February 20, 1948 · Page 5
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FRIDAY. ^E^JBRUAjaY. 20„ 1948 DISPATCH DEMCM3RAT, UKIAH. CALIFORNIA I m pHIIip, Eel?.' 14-;-A meeting of Hgbeka)ij lodge ;wqs hpld Tuesday pighf. A .beneftt card party \s he- injjplpnned Febiupry 28 for Clau^ Bre^ley, a member of the lodge. JWr. Presley,' whose leg was ^qmputated several weeks ago, is still in, the hospital :becau?e. his legis Jtiealing slo)vly. Tt is reported that he may go to the San JPran- cisco,clinic ,this w,eek. Members and, frjpnds in the valley are con- ^riljuting to Jielp him with the expense.. The sympathy of the enr ,tirp. valley is extended to Mr. Presley. . AnoUier project the • Rebekalis are working on at present is a Basket fund, to help contributions tpward medical care fpr school children m the valley. J^e tasket, which is passed frorn one Rebekah to another, starts writh an article. Tlie second member buys the ajpficle and places some other ar- ti^e in the .basket. This continues until all ineimbers have bad a chknce to buy one-article. This is ' pn: interesting way of helping, as well as benei]cial, and was suggested by Mrs". Phil Clark. Following the meeting, cookies and cof­ fee'were served by Mrs. Vernon Rawles, and Mrs. Morris, Tindall. Projects considered for future activities of the 4-H Club are a dub band, a Valentine party and contributions to the March of Dimes. The 4-H Club project books will be returned soon. These books . contain con)plete records of the meniijer's projects during the year and will be returned with awarding seals added, according ,to the completeness of the boo}?. The agricultural division of the club, w ^ch was present, gave a report by Arthur Rowley on an agricultural tour taken the previous Saturday. The sewing division reports that the first phase members have nearly completed their head scarves, collar and cuff sets and laundry bags, which they have been sewing. The second phase girls are now beginning thpir more difficult dresses with set-in sleeves. A demonstration was given on how to straighten material, by Norma Benton and Lorina Nash. Eor a windup of the meeting, the club sang one of their songs, The Plough Song. , Ttie Young Adult Club jield their monthly meeting Wednesday night at, the, Indian Creek clubhouse. Valentine day wasi the theme and following the. business meeting an- interesting digcussion of folk dancing was presented by Mr. and Mrs. .Forrester of Fort Bragg, who were gyests .of the evening. The Forresters demon- ^Efrated several, dance steps that ' ai-e'ijecpihing so popular. as the Centennial year of tiie gold rush approaches. Following the meeting refrieshments were served of heart-shaped cakes and jello-whip, with the Thames of the members written in frosting on. the top. Committeenmen of .tiie evening were .(jeorge. . and - An"-Marie Gowan,,:,Archi^ SchoenaW, Charmian Ward and-Richard Day. Mrs. Arnold Brown returned Wednesday night from San Fran_ Cisco where she lias been having 'some dental work dpne. She plans to return to tile city sometime next W£iek. : ' ; ..IVIr, and Mrs..Ben Van Zandt spent -the weekend v/ith Ben's parents,.Mr. .and Jyirs. Don Van ^ndt ot Philo. .On' I their return trip tp., their.home in Albany they weife" accompanied. by :Pon Van JZandt, iwho will go .-tp Oakland Igr s),. checkup, following '.hisi recent operation, : . iCJVfrs.. Anna Brown of Philo gele- .J^rated her .82nd birthday Thurs- dayi Friends had.planned to drop in. and gurprise. her thpt day, but .V^ednesday she fell ijl, .so cards were sent instead. Jfrs .^Jqhn T 'jtersbn of Philo is recovering froiii tiie flu. She has been quite ill for the past week. ]\ir. and Mrs. Ernes'l Gowan of Santa Ro?a were oyernight guests ^t the home pt Mr. and Mrs. George Bums of Philo, Wednesday. Mrs. Warren Ingram, accompanied .by her father-in-Jaw, Alva Ingram, motored to Santa Rosa Wednesday. Point Arena POINT ARENA, Feb. 17—The potholders; Ann-Marie Gowan;(Junior (!;iq|g play, Keep Movjng, Avon set. The door prizes were i will be February 25. won by Hazel Eyles, who won a bun warmer, and Vernon Rawles, an angelfood cake. A pint of cream was auctioned and won by Phil Clark. The committeemen of the evening were Alta Van Zandt, Yvonne Hess, Charlotte Rawles, Arlie Clark,. Delltha Clark, Edna Cotton and Marjorie Rickard, Norma .Ffllleri visij-ed friends in Point Ar,en,a Saturday. Alfred jacobsen, Jr., visited relatives in Pomt Arena Saturday, atives in Point Arena Saturday. Al works in the Fort Bragg brancli of the Bank of America. Mr. and MiSi Lee Knight and !son Ilarry arrived, home-aft,er Wedding Pai 'ly of Mi\ and Mrs. James StnHh The Recreation Club held a'spending.several days,visiting Uie ham shoot Saturday at the faii- grounds, slveet field. A few vifho won hams were Clyde Paul, Floyd Johnson ann Bert Howard. The HOi>land high.schootplayed McGrath's in Weed. Owen A. Gruce. and. Richard Quinn had a very successful-fisUr ing excursion on Lincoln's birthday, Mr. Cruce bringing back a Anderson. Valley at this .high.lO -PPund steslhcad .and .Mr. school last week in, one of the Quinn getting two, weighing five most exciting league .gapies of the ' and 15 pounds. They alsP brought year. The local A team won over back two other fish, but they were Hopland with a score of 30 to 25. |.so small that neither one ot.them The local B'team won with a [would admit catching them, score of 46 to 15. The girls' team; Jim Moungoven ia currently;off lost with a score of 27 to 24. ) wprk with a hurt tand. While he The 4-H Club met February Ip gone, Jack Westfall is driving .PHILO, Feb. ,18. — Whist was played at the Valentine cafd party sponsored by ^he Anderson Valley .Pnity Club, Saturday pight,. at the Jfiigh sciiool. Sixteen hands of progressive whist were played, followed by refreshments of heart-,| .trimnied,, jdoi^ghnuts and coffee. Women's and men's high score were won by! Charmian 'Ward and Robert . GilUland- -Many other prices w ?ire claimed by the n^xt hi^li .jScpre participants' AU prizes were .dpnated by members and jnierciianij?. The Unity iClub wish- BA to thanjc the following .for their donatiphs: Valley Bakery, an angelfood cake; Eve 'n' Harry's Donut Shop, nut cake; j^rs. Ernest Wiese, paper, plates; Richmond's Grocery, two pounds of coffee; Kathryn Strickland, tablecjpth and to\vel; Marjorie Rickard, 'apron; Charlotte Rawles, apron; Alice Tindall, box of candy; Charmian Ward, perfume; Arlie Clark, preserves; Yvonne Hess, tpwel; Delitha Clark, individual bean pots; Neva Dennison, writing paper; Laura Ogle, soap; Arline McAbee, greeting cards; Merle Smart, towei and potholder; Alta Van Zandt, dozen eggs; Alice Gowan, dozen eggs; Hazel Smith, covered ciish; Alpha Adnms, vase; Josle Gowan, and decided to hold a yalentihe party at Grange, hall, Ttjesday, February 17, Gapies and refresh-, ments were served. A film frpm thg Adyenture; in. Learning series, put put ,by the Castle Film Company, was, enjoyed February 11 .by the young people at the high sclipol. Tliis film, sponsored by the Future Farmers, was entitled The Story of Wheat, and told an interesting, comprehensive Story of that pipst valuable product..AcastPf both professional and Jeen-,age .actors and actresses played' the.storyi 6nd, it was much enjpypd by j?ll. Sat^rdpy, February 14, a 4-H Leaders' Training Conference was held at the cp 'Jnty Jarm.adyisor's office in XJkiah. M.rs. Marion .Clow of Bponyille attended. She reports that the meeting,. IpJl j?y J >a \A Barker, assistant gtate c}ub leader, dealt with metljpdg for the leaders to handle different projects. A council meeting for •4-11 Club leaders from ail parts of Mendo-! cino county will be held at the Philo Indign Creek Lodge, February 24, Mr. and Mrs. Ryssell Miller of Boonville have had as their guest the past week Mrs. MUler's' mother, Mrs. Edna Bailey of Berkeley. Over the Weekend, Miss Anita. Layton pf San Jose was their guest and motored from there to Berkeley, accompanied by Mrs. Bailey. Miss I^ayton is a .teacher at the San'Jose State "Teachers' College. Efbin Ell wood .pf Qregpn, who is recovering from a rec,ent.lieart' attack, is now staying with hi.s daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. .Leslie WUkins of Boonville. Dr. jPowell, valley physician, now has his o^ice hours from 1 p.m. to 4;3P^p.m. at his office in •Boonville on week-days. He is open two nights also: Mtondays and Thursdays. His office, is closed in the iriorning as he mal!:es his calls at that time. Mrs. Walter "Tiittle wgs g.^est of' honor at a stole shower giyen by Mrs, Curtis Clarli; at. her attractive-home in Bponyilie. A table, encircled with smilax ^nd adorned with a centerpiece of ferr;,s and yiolets in a baby shpe.y^se, Jield the attractive and dainty gifts. .A baby qyilt w^s wprjsed .on .by the George Myland's truck. Mr. and Mrs. Riiss?:!!, Biaggi spent' Tuesday'in Spn .Franclacp. On February 28, the .Druids are giveing a -Leap T^ear dance at Druids' hall. After /midnight the rules are to b,e changed. 'The girls have tp ,a5it the boys to dEnce after that tiine, . . • / . Mrs. Jack HIcKerlie .and daughters visite^ qvif.-, McKeriie, who is jin the hpspital. in Fptt, Bragg. MISS MURIEL SMITH GUEST OF HONOR Miss Muriel Snfiith was guest ,pf honor at a miscellanepus bridal shpwer ..giypn hy her si.ster, Mrs. Rpbert RidePut ^nd Miss AUrieda Venturi at tlie municipal clubhouse on the night of February 12! The decprations' ,w «re red paper ribbon, Valentine hearts, paper lace and gave the club a joyfiil atmosphere. The bride's gifts were piled on a table spread with a lace taliie cloth and decorated with a big red' heart. There were 40 guests there to enjoy the evening with the future Mrs. Delbert Munsoii, the name change taking place February 29' at the Methodist church. , Several clever games entertained the guests. Virginia Searway won the award for her drawing of the bride and groom. Marie Davis, Mabel Shaff and-Dusty' Otterspn won awards for the other games. , • Arnong the out of town guests were "the bride-to-be's mother, Mrs. Clara Vinton of 'W 'illitB, and her sisteis, Mrs. Gerald Cummings, Mrs. Ruth McLBan a.nd Mrs. William Lewis from San- OFrancisco, and Mrs, Mabel Shaff of Spooner, Wisconsin. Everyone expressed .her pleasure with the beautiful gifts opened by Miss Smith.. Afterwards the hostesses served open face sandwiches heart shaped ^cookies, ice cream and-co-ffee. * Wiliits News Notes The above picture was leiken in the home of the bride's parents, ; Mr- and MIS, Kenneth F. Coles, West Mill street, on the aflErnoon of the "Wedding, Fel^ruary 1; From left to right are Kevin Coles, W. G. Cox, Father Austin .Mitchell, James Smith, Mrs. James Smith (Mariiyn ^rown) aiid Pairicib' Gielow. —Paul Hansen Photo * AT THE COUKT HOUSE JANUARY 31 Estate R. E. Donohue, deceased. Final account approved and distribution ordered as prayed for. Petitipn-^to establish fact of death of tiiicy A.'fcarlson. CM. Mannoii. appointed appraiser. " FEBRUARY 3 .Criminal People vs. Pete Farina. Trail by jury continued. V6rdict of guilty pf assault with a deadly weappn as charged, in the information. Probate Petiton to establish fact of death of John K.' Johnson. C. M. Mannon appointed appraiser. Healdsburg hospital this week for observation. Mrs. Windsor motored tp. Woodland this week to. attend a wedding, shower for., the future Mrs. Calvin Harling,. Jr. She was accompanied by her nieces, Marlene and "Dopey" ' MacKintosh, whp guests and epch guest hapded m • ^jjj ^ jj^^ weekend with their a name for the prpspectiye new- j gi.andparents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin comer. Refreshments pf pmk and i Harling white ealf .es,and ice .•pream. were' served in the dining rqpm,; With the table cunniRgiy airanised, with miniature baby fuirotnre, and decorated in pink and blue. Guests of the afternoon were^eth Tuttle, Zola WiUis, Marjorie Willis, Lapra Ogle, Mrs. Harry Arnold,,ijlrs .yr. G. Presley, Helen Lypky, Arlie' Clark and Alpha Adsms. Guests who sent gifts, but were unable to attend, we.re Mesdames Bet;h Tqlmanj E,, Stijart, porter- Willis, Ethel "Walker, Esther Cardey and Eve Farrer. . C. E. Hets is now back at the Stanford Lane Hospital for x-rays. IWr. Hess just returned from the hospital last week, and it is hoped that he will be back home soon. Mr. apd Mrs. Dawson Graham of Boonville have had as their guests this week Mrs. Graham's nephew, I4eut. and Mrs. John Mpnsan pf Hawaii. Many will recall Mrs. -Monsan as the hula dancer for the March of Dimes dance, January 31.-,5he..]Vtpnsans are originallsr/ from Qeorgia and .were traijsferred to the Islands. Another reunion in the Monsan family was last week, when the lieutenant's father, Leigh Monsan of St. LpuiSi stopped to .see his, son at Boonville, enroute to Ore-'; gon. A surprise party was held last week by the senior plass for tlieiT;! advisor, Mrs. Velma -Farrer, ^t the high school. The entire faculty as' well as the class were present to wish her happy birthday. The Boonville Methodist pastorate, which has been vacant for several weeks, is now being filled by Rev. J. A. Gibson, a retired Baptist minister, who is employed weekdays at the Merrit-Dpnahue mill. Rev. Reid, former pastor, who became ill, will not be able to return. District,Superintendent Owen has been notified of the vacancy,, and all church attenders are grateful to Rev. Gibson for his services. Boonville services.have bepn held at 11 o'clock and Philo services, which are being conducted j Many valley residents wiU be saddened ,tp hear of the passing of Rev. MUlingtpn, who died J.anuary ,16 at Petaluma at thp age of 82 years. Rev., Miliington held his first pastorate in Bopn- viJle many years ago, ,arid from here moyed to Santa Rosa where he resided for many year?. tJuring that time he married Olive Mary Hiatt of YorkviUe, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. E. M. Hiatt, prominent pipjiee'rs of tljis area. Mrs. Hiatt Rt ;e ,ceded,.bim', in death by ppiy seven jntfriths.... Mrs. Arriold -Brown returned this week from San Francisco, where she has Ijeen having dental wpsk done. She^ ,e ?(R|epts to retiim for , more trcsgfment scmetime nej^t'vireeif:.', Mrs. Edna Cotton of Philo motored tp U,kiah this wipX .to visit her mpthpr, MrS;, Debby Hatch, who is.recovering.from a siege of flu- .' . •. ' /..Valley;Vi ,siiprs,,this week were Mrs; Alpia B.fejSawyer and her daughter, l \I^ss. . Harriet Sawyer, who spent .Jhe weekend with fad Sawyer at their ranch. El Ranpho Navarro at Navarro. Mrs. Sawyer and Miss Sawyer teach at the Dos Paios'.schools. Tad Sawyer,' who is also a teacher,.is spending this winter at his ranch in Na-; vsrrp, doing .ifliiprpying. Anderson vjjiley ' was in the news .tiiis week, when a letter written by Mrs. W. K. Freemap, resident,of-Boonville, to Ola Hettinger, news reporter in Vallejo, was published in tfie column Shootin' the Breeze, editor by Anita Garrett. Ip the letter, the column reported Mrs. Freeman aS saying that enpugh material existed here to make The Egg and I, best-selling novel, take a back place. Mrs. Freeman found mill life and the surrounding country fascinating, and said that though she didn't raise chickens as in The Egg and I, and that her stove was a piodern rang^, she .still is finding new things to discover, FEBHUAHY4 • Application of Sana Vukovich for write pf habeas corpus continued to February 27. iSstate Josephine Guirand Remstedt, deceased. C. M. Mannpn appointed appraiser. by laymen, are also at that hour. | helping with the mill and rpugh- Rudolph Eton, who has .t>een ill ing it. The W. K. Freemans opcr- at his home at Philo, went lo tlie ate a sawmill near ©PonviUe, FEBRUARY 6 Probate Estate Emma J. Meyer, deceas; ed. Administratrix discharged. Estate WiUiam S. Spangle, deceased., Decree of due notice to creditors. . » Estate Henry W. Longstaff, deceased. Same order. Estate Hjalmar Manner, deceased. Same order. Estate Fred Frazier Stevens, deceased. , Same order. , Estate • Mark Dana Gray, deceased.. Decree of due notice to creditors. Estate Anna Christiansen, deceased. Administrator discharged. Estate Addie Healey Depew, deceased. Administratrix discharged. Guardianship of Charles Banker Mannon, niinor. Fpurth account approved. Ailowanpe for support continued' to further order of cpi^rt. ' Ijst^te John R. Walker, deceased. Accounting continued to February .20. Estate Jac Hendricks, deceased. Sa)e confirmed to 'Waino J. Jacobson for $,3p0p. Giuardianship Gayle Metzler, minor. First account approved. Attorney fee of $75 allowed. Estate Inez Leek Phelps, deceased. Accounting continued to February 20. Estate Albert Jeans, deceased. Accovmting continued to February 27. Estate Elma E. Elwell, deceased. Final account allowed; distribution, ordered as ijt'ayed for, subject to amendments in amount of attorney fees. Estate Walter E. Wall. Petition for instructions granted. Ellerton Wall appointed guardian ad litem and.trustee.and.instructed to sell property and file on accounting of the sale. Estate Elias K. Hong, deceased. Accounting dropped. Gijardianship James Eddie, minor. First account approved. Attorney fee of $25 allowed. , iEstftte Anna L. O'Kelly, deceased, Final .account allowed; distribution ordered, , Estate Franklin Forrest Adams, deces(sed. Final.account approved; distribution ordered as prayed for. Estate Florence May, Hunter, deceased. Final account and petition for distributon continued to February 20. Estate Hans G. C. Christiansen. Accounting continued to February 27. Estate Tillie Daum, deceased. First .account approved. .Estate .Jesge IJ. Jairbanks, deceased- lleport of inheritance tax appr;Biiser approved. ' Estate W.ylie English, deceased. Petition to set aside property as hprnestead. granted. .Guardianship Pasquale ,Ron- zana,' incempetent. " Petiton for icomprpmise granted. . Estate Lena Fritz, deceased. Petition for probate nf will continued to March 20. Estate Albert N <4ier. W<11 ad­ mitted to probate. Karl Noller appointed executor;-bond set at $3500., . . , Estate Qharles M. Fulkerson, deceased,^ mil 'admitted to probate and Grace Hays Fulkerson appointed executrix, without bond. Estate Bruno Sbrana, deceased. Laurina Pardini appointed admin­ istratrix. Bond set at $500. Estate S. P. Garaventa, deceased. Will admitted to probate and H. Garaventa appointed administrator with will annexed. Bond set at $8000. Estate William S. Spangle, deceased. Entire estate set aside to surviving spouse. Estate A. O. Stornetta, deceased. Will admitted , to probate and Mary Stornetta appointed executrix without bond. C. M. Mannon appointed sole appraiser. Family allowance of $750 • per month granted. . Civil Veda M. Pietronave vs. John Pictronave. Plaintff granted final decree of divorce. Lucile Spiker vs. Frederick W. Spiker. Same order. E. R. Elliott vs. California Lumber Co. et al. Judgment for plaintiff. .5' Howard Memorial Hospital vs. Ogle Brown et ux. Judgment for plaintiff. John . S. Dalton vs. Ferguson Gardner et al. Plaintiff granted judgment for $1953.53. Doris L. Schultz vs. Halvor E. Schultz. Hearing on order to show cause. Testimony taken and motion to reduce payment for minor child denied. One niinor child allowed to go with father until further order of court. Walter O. Buchholz et al vs. George L, Harman et ux. Demurrer withdrawn. Ten days to answer; notice waived. Clarissa Amelia Bcttencourt vs. Fred F. Bettencourt, Dropped fronri calendar. , William S. Pierce vs. Northern University et al. Trial and plaintiff, granted decree quieting title. Dorothy Chase, etc. vs. Floyd Wright et al. Demurrer of Floyd Wright and demurrer of Lloyd Hoaglen continued to February 20. Lillian J. Montgomery vs. William C. Montgomery. Demurrer argued and submitted. Thelma McCarty vs. Peter McCarty et al. Palintiff confesses error and 10 days to amend; notice waived. Merrill Williams vs. Alice Marie Williams. Demurrer, motion for support, costs and counsel fees continued to February 20. Emile Ramoni et al vs. H. R. Kister. Demurrer continued to Febri^ary 13. Ann Ulvila vs. Arvo Ulvila. Hearing on order to show cause; testimony taken and submitted. Frema Wright vs. Herbert John Wright. Hearing on order to show cause; testimony taken and submitted. Pauline Doughty vs. Edwin Doughty. Hearing on order to show cause. Testimony taken and submitted. Lloyd Venturi vs. Alfreida Mae Venturi. Plaintiff granted • interlocutory decree of divorce on ground of extreme cruelty. Property settlement confirmed. Joseph W- Hurd vs. Bernice Hausam et al. Trial. Plaintiff granted judgment for $780.90, with interest from the filing of the compalint, and costs of suit. Criminal People vs. Bruno Bottani. Venire of 40 persons drawn returnable February 18. People vs. 'Kenneth Arnold, Defendant granted probation, • Application on behalf of Mary INSTRUMENTS RECORDED FEBRUARY 8. X848 DEEDS Herbert Casaday et ux tP Alta Anderson, land in T18N R17-18W. William Hess et .ux to Clarence Arnold et ux, land in tl8N R17W. 'Ernest Sudron to Abigail Lee et al, land in Fort Bragg. ., AlanVogel. et ,Ux to John Secrist et ux, land in Wiilits. Samuel • Mitchell to Annie Richey, land in Ukiah. Vincent Giorno et al to Alfred McKinney et ux, land in Ukiah. ASSIGN WHOLE ES'.I'ATE Est of Pauline Otis, deed, land in T17N H17W, distr,!buted to Fred Otis, does not exceed sum of $5000. ASSIGF' ESTATE Est of William Spanifle, deed, land in WUlits, distril-uted to Minnie Spangle. FINAL DISTRIBUTION ••Est of .tfranklin Adarns, .deed, land in Ukiah and personal property distributed to Martiia Burgett et al. NOTICE OF PENDENCY Ernes'. Elliott et ux vs D C Smith, as administrator of Est o.' W. B. Jones, deed; land in Oak Park Add to Wiilits. ' DEED OF TRUST Joe Brundage et ux to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and Charles Davis, land in lot 1, block 2!' oi Northwestern Add to Wiilits. PARTIAL RECONVEYANCE Mendo Co Titie Co to Vf H Casteel et ux, deed of trust, portion of land in T18N R13W. , , NOTICE OF COMPLETION Nannette Hofnian, owner and Frank Cranfe, contractor, complete structure located 483 S Oak St, Ukiah. FEBRUARY 7, 1846 DEEDS Nestor Taskinen et ux to Charles Salvador et ux, land in T18N R17-18W. A Micheletti et ux to Frank Sternberg tt lix, land in Yokayo raricho. Rainbow Oil Co to Standard Oil Co of Calif, all real property and any interest in Co of Mendp. ESTABLISH HOMESTEAD Est' of \Vylie English, deed, land in Covelo to Issolena English, surviving spouse. AUTHORIZE COMPROMISE In the matter of guardianship of person and estate of Pasquale Rohzana, incompetent, land in .Ukiah, and personal property to AlasSandro Ronzana, guardian. JUDGMENT * William Pierce vs Northern Univ. et al, land in TUN R15W. DEED OF TRUST Mendo Devlpmnt.Co, trustee and Fred Bobbins, land in T2SN R16W. RECOm ^RYANCB : Corp Am to Harley Hayes et al, deed of trust. AGREEMENT FOR SALE L V Roberts et al to Sherman Cornblum, land in lot 108 of Yo­ kayo raneho. Edward Best of Ukiah entered a veterans' hospital in the bay district Wednesday to undergo major surgery. Fourih Street Clinic B. D. Brainerd, DM, Telephone 379 RECTAL DISORDERS RUPTURE EXTERNAL CANCER 8E4 Fourih Street, Santa Rosa Jane Lillie for write ot habeas corpus. Application dismissed. People "s. Russell Kenneth Oliver, Continued to February 13, for arraignment. . . ; People vs. Theodore Layne and Lawrence M. Callard. Defendant Theodore Layne sentenced to one yeaj' in the county jail and defendant, Lawrence ftj. Callard, granted probation. People vs. John Henry Gleason. Arraignment on charge of -felony. Defendant plead not guilty. Set for trial AprU 14; jury to be drawn on April 2. People vs, Pete Farina. Defendant lined $700 and in default of payment to serve one day for each $2 remain.lng unpaid in the county jail. WILLITS, Feb. 14.—Dolph Hill, Jr., and Ed Durr of the home oiTice of the GPlden E(igle Milling Company in Petalpma were business visitors in Willies on February 11th. Also in Wiilits this week is the family of -Stanley Thomas. Mr. Thomas was, until recently, .the partner of Hugh Clark in the united Foods Store. Since selling out, the Thomas family home has been in Malad, Idaho. Althp^igh { here on business they are taking • advantage of the oppoi tuntiy to ! visit friends. i A round table discussion was held by the Cooperative Nursery School members Tuesday when they made plans to eliminate the rough spots that exist in any newly formed organization. Too, 1 it was announced by Mrs. John Kiraly that February 16 would find the outdoor equipment, swings, slides, etc., ready for use, while a sandbox will be under construction by then. The next meeting will he held February 23, at the Methodist church social hall and all mothers interested in becoming members are invited to attend. Miss Suzanne Stringer checked into the Howard Memorial Hospital Wednesday evening and promptly identified Mr. and Mrs. Al Stringer as her parents. Mother and daughter are doing well, but we can 't say the same for "Pop," ar he diil not appear for work Thursday. Could it be that fatherhood is all the strain the cartoons quip about? Some people may be superstitious about Friday the 13th, but not the Davis family of Cummings. To them it is a day to be reniembered for the faithful eld stork ohpse that date to bring them their daughter. Seen in Wiilits this week was Thomas Meyers, a one-time resident of this community. Since leaving here he has put in two years on the Pprtland police force and is now associated with the Portland sheriff's office. While the stork did not bring many tjny bundles of joy to the local families, Vale ppecht. local tuwcker, brought up his latest "baby." It is number four for Vale, and what a big baby. But then, all Peterbilt trucks are big. Listening to sorhe conversations .behind closed doors, one would i;,uspect that the colored population of Wiilits has recently in- cieased tremendously. However, it is really only certain members of the lion Club preparing for March 19, on which date they will don charcoal to match their "accents" and present their minstrel show for public opinion. If it is up to the usual Lions par, and from ail indications it is, it will definitely be worth seeing. The recent edict of the city fathers was under discussion laist Wednesday by a large group of business men at Andy's. Not only did the edict receive comment, but more prospective candidates for the coming election were named. Although they may have disr agreed on candidates, their opinipn of the ccuncilmen's edict regarding the Lions Club-sponsored Forty-niner show was unanimous. Another meeting is scheduled for the 18th, at Leaks recreation hall- Friday, the 13th, held no superstitious fears for Wiilits Lodge No. 3GS, F.&A.M., for that was the date they put on a first degree. It was the first such meeting under the newly installed otiicers, of which George Jamieson is worshipful master. After the meeting all present enjoyed refreshments of fran.^s and coffee. The •^^rillits Chapter No. 314, O.E.S., held their regular meeting Wednesday with Mrs. Thelma Sawyers, worthy matron, and Robert Camp, worthy patron, presiding. The meeting was made even more interesting by a Valentine gift grab box and the serving of jello, cake and coffee. The Wiilits Lions Club met at Andy's on the 12th to make plans for the Boy Scout confab on Thursday, February 19. On this date they will present a .Court of Honor and Investiture. Fred Hamilton of the highway patrol will be the speaker on the occasion. The evening will feature a potluck supper. "The main event prom­ ises to be a lively one, for it ^111 ,be the "aHctioiiing" ojt JthQ Lions fluilt. This qtiiU is ri >a4f .pf .ties, clipped fronti pirpund ihp, ne'pl?5 of Lions by th^ ab }e sucgical.f^ifisors of Dr .'.R. B. S«^aU»r.,.,%i,ejjuilt was qrlginally scnedujed , for "auction" at the 4P 'er tknjp: sljiow, but as . that has! beep pbstppned. indeflnitely the quilt win" go on the 19tb. In addition to the :;ega- lar n^enibers present, there were three guests, Art Rund,. fack Boyle tad PaHlPort ^tfleld. Mrs, Jane Williams experienced a fright: she will npt soop .fqrget. It all happened Friday when,jane sweryed to avoid another car, lost control / >her car, threw her son out of the vehicle onto th .e sidewalk. The car jumped the curb, and her son came to rest against a convenient telephone pole. Jane was nP sooner out of the.car than a witness shonted that she had run oyer the boy. That was too ' much, so Jane faiptod. She needn 't have, neither the boy, J^he, nor the car was seripiisly damaged. The Wiilits Park Pavilion was again ihe scene of a skating party composed pf the young iolks of the cohgregation of the First Baptist churph in uijiph. :undpr the supervision of Rev. l ^pn^r 'J' G- Brown. The party had beep here in December and fovmd; it Sufficiently enjoyable to return on February 13. All 49 children, and Rev. Brown seemed veiy /disap-^ pointed that 10 o'clock • cariie so quickly. . . The Teen-Age Canleen'waS'host to approximately, 20 children Friday night. Mrs. Hampton, representing the P.-T.A., and'Mr. and: Mrs. .Tack Cress, representing the. American liCgion, were on hand; to help the children if and when necessary. Officers installed A+ Encampment Feb. 14 Ukiah Encampment No. 104 installed new officers at their, meeting in I.O.O,F. hall last Satiirday, February 14. The installation was preceded by a dinner at Maple Cafe, where the men were accompanied by their wives and sweethearts. 1^ Tne installing officers 'Were Glen D. Colburn, district deputy grand patriarch, Ralph Wombolt, district deputy grand junior warden. Officers instaUed were Orvall Hall, chief patrla.rch; Olin E. Moore, high priest; Warren P. Engle, senior warden; W. R. David, scribe and treasurer,, and George G. David, inside .septjnel. While the members pf the jodge had a short business meeting in the ritual room at 1.0.6.., their feminine guests waited in the reception hall for the infonna' reception and social hours that followed. ' San Diego has the outstanding zoological ipark in dilfomia. LANKERSHIM 55 Fifth St.' (Near MstkiBl) - San'Fraucifew, e ^f. ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF, 350 ROOMS OF COMFORT IN THE HEART OF S. F. SHOt<PING AND THEATER DISTRICT. Modern Hates SINGLE . ..' . . from $1.15 IIP DOUBLE ... Corns Warts Removed frpm feft or Hoilicis No RoUpf — No Charge (NO DR,UGS 01 MEDICINE USED) B. ARTHUR GIBSON 120 South 2nd Siteet San Jose CalifDinln From wKere I nt.:'^y J09 Marsh Free Ride fpr Ypu— on the Freedom Train! Wc had a real thrill in Our Town just the other day—when the Frac- dom Train stopped hy! You've heard about it, of course —an actual train that's touring the country to repiind us again what true Democracy means. It carries suph Aiiiericana as the Declaration of Independence, the Kill of Rights, and other immortal documents that guarantee every citizen his liberty. A great idea! And from where I sit, we'rs all riding along with that Freedom Train—right now—by liv- ipg in a cpuntry th^t prptcctp pur individual liherties—w;hethcr they apply to Dur rigiit Jo vqtF,|o choose nur churph, (6 spefik our minds, or enjoy a gi»ss> of beer with friends- Only thingi is—we've got to prove our.selves worthy of the ride ... by gparding zealously agBin»t whatevpr forces of iritolerance encroach upon our American concepts of live-and-let-live, iji a free and strong Democracy! Qo^rigfil, 1948, Untied Stales Bnwen Faundalion

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