Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on March 5, 1948 · Page 8
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Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California · Page 8

Ukiah, California
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Friday, March 5, 1948
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"I'AGEI BIGHT DISPATCH DEMOCRAT, UKIAH,-CALIFORNIA FRIDAY, MARCH 5, i(r Willits News Notes Drive-in Features Modern Facilities . WILtilTS, March 3—Batching It /this weelc is Glen Swope whose ' wife Anita is in San Francisco doing some pre-Easter shopping, Abie to appreciate his sitCtation is Val Valloni, whose wife and son are shopping and visiting in the bay area. . No longer will Duane Gunderson have to bach for he took Anna b?l Jodion as his wife last Saturday in Reno. The couple were accompanied on their trip by IVIr. and Mrs. William Bergsen oi Berkeley. After the ceremony, at Vfhich Rev. Fleming of the Methodist church officiated, the newlyweds journeyed leisurely homeward, stopping off to see Lake Tahoe and vicinity. Both are well known locally, as they attended school here. The bride is the daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. R. Bergsen of Sherwood valley while the groom's parents are the Adolph Gundersons of Willits. Congratulations, Kidsl , In the near future the green and gold blazer jackets of some students of Willits High, will sport a new, emblem, perhaps two ci-ossed .keys. Those will be the members of the new Key of Courtesy Club. Qualifying students must have performed some notable service for their school or community. Under this 'stipulation Block W members will be eligible and so will other athletes, if vouched for by block holdars. It is not limited to sports, as loyal footers, active members of other clubs, and students interested in civic activities can become members when passed by a two-thirds majority. was discussed pnd agreed on. The action was taken as the R.&E. Electric Company plan to build a wsrehouse there and several citizens have made known their plans for homes on the extension to be. It is good to know that the council still plans for the future, even though only one, Russell Ells, will still be on the council, come next electeion, unless the others make known their . intentions soon, A decision was also reached on letting the state take over M.\in street.' Although swing aVii jazz is wiiat the young folk of today dance to, some still must care for the long hair stuflf, as a busload of students, with Mr. Martin, are going to San Francisco on March 20, to see the San Carlos Opera Company's production of Madam Butterfly. The total poundage of old clothing collected by the Boy Scouts is not available at the time of this writing. However, the Willits high school brought in close, to I OOP pounds, while the junior and senior classes challenged one another as to which could round up the nlost old. clothing, and the race was nip and tuck through the finish with the Juniors walking oflE with the laurels for having 29 pounds more, or .OS pounds more per person. That's really cutting it close. With March 19 only a couple of weeks off, the Lions Club is truly rehearsing and ire-rehearsing to make certain that the minstrel show will be all the public expects. It's bound to be, as ably assisting the thoroughly capable Lions are The redwood burl room of some members of the BPW, some Brooktrails Guest Ranch was an' persons active in the night choral ideal setting for the Willits Horse-; classes, and some not affiliated men's Association last Friday night, During the business session of the meeting the ladies of the aisscciation decided to sponsor a cake sale at Val's Meat Market on March 13 to raise money necessary to purchase equipment required by a new social organization. Several names were mentioned as prospective candidates for the Sweetheart of the Rodeo, but none was decided on. The girls this year are being picked very carefully as tho 1948 sweetheart will receive a fully paid, 3-day trip to San Francisco where she will have publicity shots taken of her and the mayor. New members. Bill Keefet, Bill Ford, Marjorie McKinley, Jessie Long, Al Greenberg, Joe and | with any organization, but all interested in black face comedy and song. With April 24 in the not too far distant future, all those interested in the Bi-County Music Festival had best polish up thsir instruments and voices for this year it should be better than ever. Busier than ever will be Mrs. Shirley Case and the ladies she will call on to help with the Red Cross sewing quota. It calls for 100 bedroom slippers, 25 nightgowns and 25 cardigan jackets which, to most of us, is a heap of sewing. I'll be chief needle-tlyeader, Mrs. Case. Meet the waltzing kids on skates in Willits, Miss Joan Amphila and Dorothy Hamernick, joined the; jjarold Casteel. Unfortunately, the others present in refreshments af-! na^ne of the luckiest youngstur. ter the meeting. Looks like an up winner of the elimination contest, ,-ind coming organization. , | escapes me at the moment, as Another new organization soon does, the winner of the door prir.e to be heard from will be the group However, Marjorie Krch proved of approximately 15 men who pro- i^gr popularity by giving away her pose to elect officers and .start a kigges sooner than anyone else, rifle club in Willits under the Na- Ho^vard Brooks received more tional Riflemen's Association. More j^an any other boy present. Too later. bgd they Were of the candy • Despite warnings by County variety, Howard. Poundmastei Homer Cake, dog The canteen members held a owners have still allowed their, meeting March 1 at wnich tney dogs to run loose. Inasmuch as ! spent the greater fcart of the time sheep have been killed on the Helen Smith property, Mrs. Smith has attempting to find ways of raising .money to pay the athletic director. put out poison in and about her! if and when the council decides to land. So if you hear of somebody's j make it mandatory to have a direc- dog beipg poisoned, chances are it; tor on duty full or part time. No wasn't done by a canine hater, but j source has yet been found. the dog itself was where it nad no right to be and might well be the one killing sheep. . Three men from Willits, William jamieson, James Durnford and The local railroad employees and their families, as well as in- ^terested citizens,, sat shoulder to shoulder last Monday night and watched the Southern Pacific Charles Zanella, attended the | Company put on the film. This Is 6'52nd Composite Group, Officer's ] My Railroad, with no admission Reserve Corps, Monday night in tJkiah. During the business meeting it was decided that Ukiah would be the permanent place of their regular monthly meetings. Too, if and when the bill passes, granting reserve officers the same longevity privileged as to the men on active duty, the unit will hold its meetings bi-weekly. As the film. Operations Crossroads, w.-is unobtainable at that time; the group saw two other films, one a sports review, the other dealing with the recent war. Undoubtedly Operations Crossroads will be shown at their next meeting. The American Legion held tl|e district convention in Fort Bragg over the weekend. Those going over Saturday night were Mr, and Mrs. Leland Cureton arid Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Elliott. By going over early they were able to participate in the evening o£ dancing and other entertainment, while Basilo Quadrlo, the Bruce Steadmans, the Louis Bertnins, Bob Lewis, Sr., Fred Foord and Bill Jamieson, who went Sunday, took in the business meetings. Cecil McKinnons, state finance officer of the auxiliary, and Don Clark, state adjutant, gave interesting and enlightening talks. Among the decisions made was a veto of the plan wherein the counties of Mendocino and Lake would withdraw from the First district and form the Twenty-Eighth, Although this may have been disheartening news to some, the fish dinner served by the Fort Bragg post was good eating to all. charge. It told the story of the railroad in "quiet mood and in intense action," and told it well. March first has arrived and with it the ladies soliciting for the Rod Cross, Remember the slogan. It's Red Cross Time, So Give,—generously. Slork Makes Three Calls People have frequently purchased some souvenir to enable them to remember a city or a visit, but the Warren Harmons of Santa Rosa have a life-long reminder of their visit in Willits. He is Mark Warren Harmon, who was born at the Howard Memorial Hospital. Others joining the ranks o£ proud parents this week are Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith of Willits, who took delivery of a son, James Allen Smith, and the Herbert Poseys became eligible through the arrival of a son, John Henry Thomas. Beer Distributors Hold Monthly Meet The local unit of the Northern California Boer Distributors Association, including distributors in Mendocino and Lake counties, held their monthly meeting Tuesday evening at the Palace Hotel, with the following present: Charles Van Vluke, Standard Bottling Co,. Fort Bragg; W. G. Larsen, Lar.scn Distributing Co., Ukiah; Harold Jorgensen, Mendo- Bare headed these days will be cino Distributing Co,, Willits; Roy Hampton, Edgar Heckendorf, I George Butt,- B.&B, Wholesale Bill Ford and Val Petersen, as Distributors, Ukiah; Claude Laur- these four are the latest to throw, itsen, J. C. Tyther Co., Lake coun- their chapeax into the city council ty; M.«M. Koehn, executive secre- Shown in the above inlerior view ir„ ths unique Maragulat counter and booth arrangement at Bob Giannoni's new Flavorland driv8.tin. Modern equipment and iumishincrs' make ths local eating spot one of the iinesl in the wist. Instruments Recorded FEBHUAHY 20. 1948 DEEDS EUen Terrell to Wilford Reep et ux, land in Mendocino. William Casteel et ux to Arthur Casteel et ux, land in Little Land Co's Tract No 1. Anglo Calif Nat Bk of S F to Herman Sagehorn, land in T24N R15W. . Roy Hurt et ux to John Hannigan et ux, land in Ukiah. Clara Giovannetti to Walter Haehl et al, land in T12N RUW. TERMINATE JOINT TENANCY Petition of Walter Smith to terminate joint' tenancy of Hanna Smith, deed, real and personal property distributed to Walter Smith. ESTABLISH DEATH Petition oi Alex Reddington and Hazel Reddington to establish fact of death of John Johnson; John Johnson died on or about January 22, 1948. QUIET TITLE Grace McCord vs All Persons Unknown, land in Porno Subdn. DEEDS OF TRUST John Hannigan et ux to Corp Am, trustee and Bk Am, land in Yokay rancho. Ray Higginson to Corp Am, tnistee and Bk Am, land in Ukiah. MORTGAGE William Rochester et al to Geo Proctor, 13 acres of pears and crop of hops growing on ranch known as Rochester Bros. Redwood Valle.y Farm and 6 acres of pears and crop of hops growing on Bessie Duncan farm near Hopland, grown during 1948. SATISFACTION OF MTGE Clara Giovannetti. to Walter Haehl et al. RECONVEYANCE Corp Am to Roy Hurt et ux, deed of trust. ASSIGNMENT Ernest Banker to Svgs Bk Mendo Co, promissory note, deed of trust. • »' BUILDING RESTRICTION Delbert Munson and Lorraine Munson, husband and wife. NOTICE OF COMPLETION Dept • Pub Wks,, St Calif to James McFarland, repairing two bridges on state hiway across Red | Mountain creek and McCoy creek north of Willits. , FEBHUAHY 21. 1948 DEEDS HEW Wilson et ux to Anthony J<awTence et ux, land iri .T18N R12W. Mads Kiergaard et ux to Fred Mitchell et ux, Ft Bragg, Edward Quinliven . to Edward Quinliven et al, land in Little Lake Land Co's Tract No 2. O O Barker et ux to Vemard Grant et al, land in T24N R19W. W P Thomas to H O Cleland, land in T21N R13W. W P Thomas to H O Cleland, .land in T21N H13W. Same to same, same. FINAL DISTRIBUTION Est of Mrs Meta Christena' Hanen, deed, land in Point Arena distributed to Salvation Army boys' and girls' home and farm, Lytton, Calif, remainder o|. said estate, personal property and property not now known is distribuetd to children of Leonard Collins, predecd brother et al. DEED OF TRUST . Walter Haehl et al to Bk Am, trustee for Clara Giovannetti, land in T12N RllW. NOTICE OF ATTACHMEISTT E B Casazze vs G C Lumber Co, land in T5S R3E. James Price vs O C Sponheim et al. land in T21N R15W> RECONVEYANCES Corp Am to Ornbaun Livjestock Co, deed of trust. Mendo' Co Title Co to , Wade Cook, deed of trust. NOTICE INTENDED SALE' Herschel Ford to George Porter et ux, business known as Gen Pet Agency, Ukiah; sale to take place at offices of Preston & Falk, Ukiah. , , , BOWLING 800 League—^Feb. 23 George's Buffer; Venturi, 154, 150, 173; Bogner, 151, 155, 207; Kelley, 156, 123, 134; Rucker, 148, 148, 148; Sousa, 163, 192, 178, Handicap 12, Total 2398. Cochrane Insurance: Wright, 141, lc>9, 155; Guter, 134, 173, 132; Cheevcr, 111, 187, 184; Banker, 169, 176, 165; Cochrane, 214, 153, 160. Total—2393. Douglas Gas; Soinila, 164, 154, 152; Rawles, 187, 156, 183; Shultz, 203, 188, 186; Gowan, 176, 163, 201; Parducci, 159, 159, 159. Total —2590. Johnnie's ^arkel: Bill, 137, 149, 193; Frank, 127, 131, 150; Joe. Sr., 130, 188,137; Joe, Jr., 174, 106, 130; John, 145, 130, 139. Handicap—152. Total—2318. 800 League—Feb. 24 American Legion: Ray, 168, 137, .176; Ashford. 172, 133, 15B;Anen, 157, 149, 141; Friend, 156, 175, 160; Lochen, 137, 225, 246. Handicap— 28. Total—2518, Foggy's Service: Bartoiomei, 140, 196, 148; Ottosen, 148,' 167, 140; Williams, 171, 140, 151; Mosna, 184, 155, 176; Paladini, 180, 181, 156. Total—2442. Walter Hoppor Died On Sunday Fishing Trip Funeral arrangements are pending at the Ukiah Funeral Chapel for Walter E. Hopper of Hopland, who passed away suddenly Sunday morning 'while on a fishing trip to the Navarro river with members of his family. Mr. Hopper had been a resident of Hopland for the past 35 years, employed as a power shovel operator with the highway construction crew. Funeral arrangements will be completed after word is received from his son Ray, who is stationed in Germany. Harding, 157,' 190, 174. Handicap— 90. Total—2206. Lions Club; Parducci, 136,150,151; Jennings, 155, 148, 110; Eversole, 177, 144, 140; Frey, 147, 140, 156; Crinetia, 124, 133, 189. Total—2200. V.F.W.i Laviletta, 157, 163, 127; Openshaw, 185, 140, 163; Harding, 144, 151, 161; Guidi, 141, 138, 162; Baird, 136, 161, 154. Handicap— 144, Total—2377. 600 League—Feb. 25 American Legion; Edsall, 112, 142, 136; Quinto, 171, 127, 129; A. Parducci, Jr., 132, 170, 145; McCandless, 151, 158, 137; LocatcUi, 137, 143, 163. Total—2153. Elks: Zilker, 149, 139, 127; Ruins, 102, 116, 185; Schwarm, 12U, 150, 147; Moschctti, 119, 106, 145; ring. That brings the total to six, which means that there will be some competition, at least. Good going, gents! \Vhile on the subject of council- Inen—the present city dads held their monthly meet Monday, when the extension of North street south tary, San Francisco. Mr. Butt is the representative of the local unit and a director on the board of the Northern California Deer Distributors' Association. M. M. Koehn of San Francisco, executive secretary of the association, and Claude Laurilsen of the J. C. Tyther Company o£ Napa, district director, were also present. The principal discussion .concerned ways and means of cat:ib- lishing more adequate service r.nd distribution during the coming season in this resort area. Club Calpella: Hart, 171, 125, 158; Doyle, 143, 142, 166; R. Garzini, 112, 106, 168; Barson, 202, 151, 150; L. Garzini, 185, 158, 165. Total—2312, French American^ Frick, 112, 144, 181; Miller, 112, 106, 164; R. Sanchez, 127, 140, 144; Nix, 162, 113, 135; F. Sanchez, 174, 165, 145. Total—2124. Pioneer Inn: Nelson, 149, 127, 145; March, 108, 155, 101; Owens, 171, 143, 134; Meyer, 122, 151, 137; Vaughan, 122, 140, 129. Handicap— 80. Total—2114, Hon»B Market: Rhoades, 148, 165, 143; Proft, 136, 170, 140; Sub, 128, 128, 128; Tuttle, 168, 155,'125; PoUnow, 177, 155, 143. Total—2209. 600 League—Feb, 26 UkiEh Bov /1; Thomas, 157, 182, 156; Womack, 125, 130, 140; Whitton, 120, 141, 168; J, D„ 151, 151, 151; Richardson, 141, 146, 125, Handicap—54, Total—2238. C.S.E.A.: McSparin,. 184, 157, 155; J.D„ 141, 141, 141; Richter, 17^. 174, 150; Edwards, Vl9, 144, 166; Waldcn, 203; 148, 126. Total— 2383. 600 League—! French-Amosican: 140, 141; J, Miller, R. Sanchez, 180, 145 173, 186; F. Sanchez Total—2134. Home Market; J 142, l-i2: Prott, 149, Sub, 130, 130, 130 15S, 133; Pollnow, Handicap—14, Total Feb. 29 Flick, 117, 116, 116, 136; , 95; Nix, 147, , 165, 114, 163. .D. Sub. 112, 145, 159: .J..D, ; Tuttle, 139, 126, 163, 146. -rtis. MIobilgas 41 ntment of G. L. As NA^HOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR for the conn pi ete line of famous MOB Including Mobilgas, Mbbilgas Special, Mobiloil, Mobilgrease, Mobiltuel ^ Diesel, Gargoyle Industrial Lubricants, Mobil Tires, Batteries, Specialties and other Automotive Accessories. MR. PORTER OFFERS SERVJCE TO ami the following nearby comnnunities: TAimE WILLITS . 4 Call at the Ultiah plant on Leslie Street Mail Address: P.O. Box 326, Ukiah Or Telephone Ukiah 271 GENERAL PJTROLEUM CORP 0 RAT ION (A Socony-Vacuum CompdnYJ

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