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WiUits News Notes 'f^&mhi^^- •• • — rltie>is,m""tiieri%s S • Pli;ji ;n8i \iiliey on; if ^prdi^ 8;, ;ife «(rls tep is/in'xne iiini}- w6fe '/jlaj'ed WitK 'Ruith'' Chai^'si-s 6K.'*lSolt' frldai^. .the takihg fti'st pfliiS, a' cosrtetjc'ibagi Felb'^Sra "h^ff-'tfieli; t30tlu6lc Barbaua Steadrifan recfeivcd the Bihner. it'''pfo\?iaed not (Jfiiy a. low score and took vases home, chandfe tb-felit fi'MoVne'coolceditneal Mrs.E^van Jones, at whose home Without' tftsoKiJig" it all yoursfelf, it was lield, and Mei^dames Paul- hut kave-the 30 people attendlnii Inq Sejilord, Barbara Steadman, 6ri opp&Vtuhlty'ld'"6h6W the fat", Ruth Charters and BlUiq Bartow ^i'jfv eai-asiihdlSaVe an all around joined-.Ihe hostesses in domg jtfs- rfnod evteing;"'f)esig'nated hosts ticeto a generous serving of nut wets Marshall •Jiefritt, Peter Re- ™" eafeno ahd' b&rrtll Page, but feach tagno ana:;-uaw,oiii-ae«-. "."!•«=«>>-" Amiciiparing an aaaition to tneir ffeJSoH'W^o 'attended and each one family sibon are the Frank Por 'ros peiSUU vmu. •»n^..>.w„ — who brought ..eithet a hot dish, a j salad, .Oh!;3bftie: kind of dessert Wis ifldiweOy responsible for the success: oftltne gathering. Leland '^Cureton, Mr. and Mrs. C. Ji' Eiilbif, Hr. and Ml-s. Louis Bertain, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zanella joined deiegatfcs from , Hoplahd, Fort Bragg and other towns in the county at a dinner last Saturday, as guests of the Ukiah members of Mendocino ^Coiinfy Volture No. 912, 40/8. Al' though it had originally been scheduled with corned beef and cabbage, on the menu, the gentlc- .ineii evidently borrowed the woman'_s prerogative of changing hor •flifhd and came up with a luscious roast, mashed potatoes and gravy, crisp vegetable salad, hot French bread, ice cream and cookies. Hats oft-to the chefs. After'the feast a ting was held at which child .^Jarfe was the topic. Judge Lil)urn Gibson, Stanley Dunmire,' lational 'aumonier, and Rev. B. Parrish spoke on the subject. AH came away feeling that th^y i had gained knowledge as well as extra pounds. Still another dinner was the one leld last Sunday at Quadrio Park, —lonoring Basilic Quadrio's.birth- ipay. It was an Italian dinher from le roast- pork and paste to the iffee and wine. The • cake and .asiries were a gift from the new )wner^ of the ,Willi|ts Bakery, the larbiwi family, while Marift' «juadrio may take a deep bow for the remaining cookery, Amongi the guests were 18 of Basillo's; !fellbw firemen. Bill Whitney and [Judge Lilburn Gibson. With dirt^ ners like that we're glad &asiliO| wasnt' born on February 29th 1 It your mouth isn't watering al, ready, be on hand at the'Horse- \mon's Association meeting March; 26. It should consist of a short business meeting, a pptluck din- j ner'folowed by dancing. Sounds' I good but'where are the horses? '•?er S',' rn "iwa?Ho': o^ ;O" N ;W-^.o ^kTim ^fi^^^^ Ibdrta Barnes, Jackie,Chlldsi.Mar- sir roll, copkies and coffee. Anticiipating an addition to their Masonic Rites For EI Paso, tex., Man Masonic ser\>i6es for tathi^y.h. I^^wls wSn bfe'' HBiaf Wednfesday mwtting at li 'o'clock fromvthfe and to! honor the cc/ning event Mrs. Pdltty GarUepp irtvite^d Hir-i nestme jSPorro, Emma Lou Alcottii Roberta' Poncia, Ella Cavanaugh,i Elouis Vt'hited, Skip Case, Shirley^ Case, Mjildred Hill, Earlerie Whit-' taker, Lorraine liewis, iBettyi Mltchelli Ella Mae Murry, Charolette Johnson, Alice Busby, Hel-. en Cavanaugh, Betty Morris,. Midge tioUins, Betty fieghi and Evelyn iCollier to meet at her house laSit Friday night and bring gifts apptopriate to.the occasion. They all; came, brdiigTit loWy gifts and good wislies ahd settled down to,'Dutch whist and bridge which brolce up only when a.buftet' shack of macaroni and. potato, salad, sandwiches, cookies, coftee, hot, chocol ate, candy and gum was served: .Tiae latter two in atfrac- tive baskets trimmed to match the, pink and blue candles were used to decoratts the table. ' Starting on the road to recovery' is Mrs. Izeitta Baker, who underwent major surgery last Friday^^t the Howar/J Memorial Hospital. H. C. Jorifensen was atsent from^ WiUits Tuesday as the. gentleifian was in San' Francisco rounding up^ stage equii?ment, costumes, and other needed material for the Lions minstrel .slv.5w. On the calendar of future entertainment ; is. the. donkey basketball game'w.\th donkeys trained to ,do.,the.,wrong thing at the, j:ight ,time. It shwild take place on the 15t.h, with lU-ankie. ind Johnnie's Suds playinif; Bertains, .while Al's will take cm McEntire's.-Circle the date on your calendar and come up to siee the local gentlemen make afeses of themselves ori dohkeys. ' . ^ , ' In New York by now Is Lennart Dlfson, brother of E. Olson, local tailor, who lesft here last week ;dn, the first lap o/f his jbu^nfey to visit friends and irelatiVes i.i Sweden. DeblQing to ttSisSe Advantage of the; il,V/AiJA.J^ V.V *A w ,, Ukiah Funeral Chopef, with interment in Ukibh Cemetery. Mr. Lewis passed away Satur- ,jday tn a San Fraficiscoi hospital. He was a Southern Pacific brakeman and his home had been in El I Past), Tesi'as, until his last sickness. He was a member of Tucson Lodge, F.&A,M., Tucson Consistory, and El Maida iSemple, A.A.O.O.M.S. of iSl Paso.- Surviving relatives are his wife, Mrs, fimma Lewis. Her mother, Mrs. Hattie Hyden, and sister, Mrs, Laura Munday, resided here iintil three years ago when they movedtb Santa Rosa., , Gome curtaiih time for the stage H3fet Ruediger, Jean Bullock, '^"""=. --"e-j mobile. Anotner guesi oi ui. •Jean Donaldson Gayle Metzler, production, Oklahoma, m San ^^PU. was Lynn Bryan of Glenn n.;>,Kio tJnv and Ruth Carlisle, Francisco on ; March IZ, three. .jj,nnfl. ^-ho was turned over'to-thi ^Z. n^iamas and couples from VHllits will be in the .donned their ,best .pajamas and )inGd the slumber party held by o^is Daughters where Mrs. Jayne ^iarrah apd Ellen Black were advisors. However, had their advice' included sleep it would have been overruled as the majority of the girls sptetat the night eating, dancing and singing. Should you hear any of the young ladies discussirig; an object that looked like a huge I baliobn^ ,they are describing the ; bubble blown, by Jiwe Page in a "bubble gum contest some time between Saturday night and Sunday ,mprhing. Adding to the entertain- ttient Was a liuia by Jackie Childs and, from What We hear, the gal 's good.; Despite the sleepless night, fearbara-CSouey, Betsy f age, Bai-- .bafa Stoddard, June Page, Margaret Ruediger of the girls arid their aavisprs, Jayne Harrah and Ellen Black, recovfered Sufficiently to join Mi:s.'H. J. Donaldson, Mrs. ftuedlger, Mdry Stone, Oli'n Saiii- .ples ahd Bob Camp at their visit to the Ukiah Bethel on Monday night. The impression received by all was that the tirls in Ukiah know their work thoroughly and ah extra round of congratulations IS due thfem as they have been working undSr a stivere handicap, six of their girls having had typhoid fever. Good going, girls, and iioW, preparfe for the -visit of y&i'r deputy grand guSiMlan, Stella J*!rseri, Who will-be In Willits March 18, arid iil, tJkiah on the 22nd. •-[ - . r Dame Fortune has been kept [busy keeping people from killing tfaemselvesior others on the high- Wii^s . araUiid- Willits recently. f-'Cfyihg Dafee Fortune"^ patience i recently were August C. Biestmait ' of S4n Frariclsco whb drbve reck-. Ipssiy J ahd conse<iUentiy paid a $100 fihe_ When apeparihg before Judge: Fi;ed'foord On March fi. Frahcts Shafer of Oi'egon, a vet- eVani oh his Wa^'home from discharge cehterj ,paid a like fihe in the same iiourt for causlrlg a head^' On cbrtisibri-b^-tlriViiig bh ''the other fellow's side of the white line. Luckily no one was seriously injured. Leon Frider also was lucky inasmuch as he was not hurt when •he turnfd hii car 6v6r. LUcky, tob,' that his fme Was only $25. The featherW doc decided to be impartial to communities and - so left jtjby, Ronald Bert, for the Antoni Twardowslds of \Villits on March \5,v/liile'on th'e 8lh tl was Lucy, May, for the. Arnold Cannons of Laytohville and for Mr. arid Mrs.' Walter AtWater bf Covelo it was also a daughter on March 8th. Evidently he will return in the ribt too distant future as a surprise welcoming shower for thd .little- Toolet 'tb -be was given his- -mother, Maryln, by ^sdames Dorothy Hoi>per and Bob Alcotts, wrho plan to motor down for the e^t-ent. Guests at tlic regular monthly meeting of thff American Legion last Friday were Ben Branscomb, commander of'; the Laytonvillq post, —.„ , trict one; Don Elurbeck, area ser4 Vice ofllcer, &nl? Ralph Elliott of Fort Bragg. In •' adidtion to the 'Common Sense,Book of Baby and Child Care. The group is grateful f9r recent conti-ibuti.ons for the 20-30 Club, Women's Improvement Club, Sears Roebuck Foundation, and the assistance given on mimeograph work by Lyle Thuenen. Thfe mothers are completing their T.B; tests after which they plan to work actively toward assisting to carry the schpol bond election by the necessary % majority, and •urge all citizens to register to Vote, and to vote. Tney also oftered use of their school to the schools for one year if. this would help the city get credit for ^their first year oj.a locally run kiridergarten; biit as yet, no reply has been received. The next meeting will be held on Monday, March 22, "when Dr. G. W. Patterson will speak on nutrition. Regular meetings are held on the second and fourth •Mondays and the public is invited to attend. The Spotlight mentioned that 10 years ago, March 8, Charles M:oore, local, 6ootlfegger-at-large, stood on his rights as ah American citizen and refused to be floated out of town and his opportunity for 60 days free board and lodging after conviction . for selling joy water 'to the Indlansiabout-town. history almost repeated itself, for •on March «, 1948; William Donahue was floated out of Willits on the same charge and told emphatically to stay out. by Judge Sacry. Should he return, he will find more" than 60 days free lodging awaiting him.; , • < Others appearing before Judge Sacry through^ the- pouttesy of the police force were Virgil Tol- •lerson whb ptid $26 for tfttim ^ruhTc and <itsprderly, and L. R. Alvarel of Healdfeburg who ;"forked" ov*r an Identical sum for being drunk ill and about ah auto- inobile. Ano'thei' .gtiest of the FeHrt Bragg Mayer Buys Easter Seals , Mayor Bainbridge of Fort Bragg is sseft^h«re tnakiaf-jtb^^^^^^^ purchase of 1948; teals iiold in MeAdotiino cotaatyiv.the MtBslady is Gail Mouhgovan; «n aiUhusiaiitic W^Fk<>r for ih«;Mendocino cciniintr £aki«r Se'ali lales committe«. YoUr|b '6iilTibuti «nh«lptBhoth«ir,Men­ docino child to have a chance to lead a normal Uf *—Homzee photo. . The-Adako Cnmp Fire group met Mai-ch 3^ to make dolls for the Shrine Hospital in'San Francisco. The girls describe them as being rather cute, in the shape of fruits such as strawberry, pineapple, pear, and with hand embroidered faces. They have names such as Sally Strawberry, Penelope Pineapple, and so forth. Some of the girls are embroidering the Camp Fire La^. Saturday was fix-up day, so a committee made up of Mary Heryford, Marlen Sikora and Betty George made curtains and divided h.og9C;,beads for the various groups. March 14 all groups of Camp Fire Girls are going to attend the Episcopal church in full uniform, with, tlieir Camp Fire guardians. It is the national bii-thday week of the organization arid many nice things will transpire during the week. ^ Potter Valley News •wood; who Was turned over •to-^thb L-iiuiiies aruiij yi» imus .wjh mc sheriff's office lor further trans- audience. Thfiiy. are the Jack .^^^j.^ ^g Oalcland police depart- Crocks, Don CJamerons and the jjjg„t_ where he faces R felony Warrant for bad checTtS. 'Tis time, the walrus said, to talk of many things. 'Tis time, we agree, but not to. tallt of many fhirigs, but rather to chip off the mder of the Laytonvile ^^^^•'J,^^ your spurs, polish up; 'Tiny" Ryan, first vice, dis- ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^-^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ oiit of that gpbd pair of levis. Oij ff.. in Short start plarihing your part; . . V, Dartles and general rip roaring regular busmes,s meeting con- p^^^^,^^ ^aye Celebra- ductedi a training film on the _ ..^^itinn to the nreviously I method of contracting such dis-l eases as cancer, \V,'B. and typhoid, was shown, an dtheheedof aper- —-(Continued firom Page 7)-^-' ' manent health uiiit in each com- murilty was streamed; It was also brought out that '••the' First district is first In membenshlp for the: first time, with 2000'paid up cards. Oh ye, Basllio Quadrito won the kitty of $5;20—lucky ni an. Seen in Willits lasf week was Harry M. Burke, foriner opunty clerk. His visit was prompted by the monthly meetiibg of •the Spanish^ American War' veterans, in which Mr. Burke holds the position of adjutant. , • ' Missing from Ayil.lits for approximately three week3.will be Bill Jamieson of the diivision of forestry, who has been sent to the southern part of the iState on business. Bet he'll miss ithe green hills of Wililts. , ^ John Murrow' aniji Bruce Roby had a mari to mari iialk last Sunday and decided th^t John would do for a grandfathvir and Briice was an ideal gi'ands(3n. It is well that they approved oS each other, inasmuch as Mr. Muri tow had come all the way froin Loyi Angeles for his first visit with hiis grandson, Ari election was hpld Tuesdajr son of Mr. and Mrs. ECen Roby. night with about 30 oit the eligible voters present. The place _^5(as Leak's ^lall and the of-ficials electr ed are to serve as tlie goverriing body of the Willits Business and Professional Women's Ciliib for the coming year. The eleiiteies to "bfe officially iristalled on Warch '2S are Pet Brewer, president; June Roby, first vice presideiiit; Jimellfa Heckendorf, second vice! president; filearibr Lewis, recording secretary; Betty Morris, corresponding secretary, arid Birdie Jamison, treasurer. Other business included the -endorsing of several ^^andidatefe to run for state offices a,n(i annudl reports of all the startdling committee^. Members of the cooperativje niivsery school met Mor.tday eve- hing at the Methodist church for their bi-monthly round liable discussion on pre-school ichildron. Mrs. Edward Daskam gaj^e a fine report dn Dr. Benjamin Spock'is tion.^ In addition to the previously announced free street dance on July 2, on the 3rd the parade will start,at 1 pjn. -with rodeo and fireworks following and the dance at the pavilion finishing the day. On the 4th there Will" be another .parade with prizes, of course, the Tbde'o, arid to top the event off the ;c^i6teati(JhwIll fclbse 'With dancing fo'-th'e music of Diide Martin arid his 9-piece orchestra. Although firenien and riiembers of the Wil- litij Gbamber oiE Commerce met With officiails of the Fort Bragg Chaniber of Commerce and rriem- b^rs' of the American Legibri in Tort; ^ragg last Tuesday night and discussed the possibility of having the Frontier Days. Celebration arid Paul Bunyan Days planned' So aS not to conflict on the'dates and thefdiy leave many people with the problem of going to one only I When they wciuld like to attend both,' no declsidin was -reached. Tiie tentative plan before the officials responsible for the sliindlgs is to have whbopfee raised In Willits on the 3rfl arid 4th -while Fort Bragg raises jtist as much -wbobpeg on the 4th arid 5th. One •ihirig definite thus far is that Max Barbour bf ;Kiamath Falls, Oregon, -will fur- iiish all stock for the show, so RIDE'EM,-CbWBOY. While on the ;subject of 'cow- bpys, Johnny Bertainnp and HJS -Westernalres spent last Satiirday playing ^or the local i'ans of west- •ern music. .Cant' jsay if it was thai the.tempo of the music was too iast or.i'f dancing in .high heel boots did it, bill several people •were seen, being picked up from the -floor. Tch, Tch. Mrs. Martha .Hamilton brought in some of her beautiful .flowers, set them up In attractive arrangements, baked cake that literally melted in your mouth, purchased some ice cream, placed out the score cards and invited Mrs. Lela Heyward, ^Bessie Bittenbender, Nan Ford, Iriez Frost, Well Leon*- ard, Orletta Nelson and Luclelle Jones to play bridge last Tuesday eventag. Mrs. Bitteribcnder had high score, followed by Lela Hey- iward who ireceived second prize, while low award went to Mrs. Jones,' POTTER VALLEY, March 10— Mrs. Edward March returr^ed last week from a visit to Oregon. While away she was a geust of her brother,.A. R. Moore of. Klamath Falls, and her granddaughter in • Ashland. While in Klamath Falls slje and Mr. Moore celebrated their birthdays, both of which are the first week in March. • Mr, and Mrs. Danny Osbourn of Gridley-spent the weekend: at the home of Mrs. Osbourn's parents, Mr, and Mrs. JohnMcNift. . The Dessert Bridge met last Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Frost. Score awards went to Mrs. E. A. Spots- wo'od^ Jack Newman, Mrs. Ernest Pauli and Harold Pauli. Guests of the club were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pauli, Ivir, ant!, Mrs. Ernest PaUli! and Mr.*and Mrs, Howard Brooks, The Potter Progress Club ' met Saturday with the president,. Mrs. Clarence Harvey, presiding. Following the husiness meeting Mrs. Paul Sikora pf t^klah showed her collection of dolls and gave an interesting talk about themi Mrs. Carpenter,drove up to the valley with;Mrs.,Sikora and enjoyed the hospitality of the clubwomen. Mrs. Deike was yoted'into the club and reiCreshments were served by Mesdames;; Otto , Kughes, Verges Upton, Henry Dickey, Vane Thornton, and Adams. ^ • J. 3. Wilson returned Friday from a trip to Farmington where he has acecpied a position. The Wilsons have been active in civic and fraternal affairs in the valley and will be greatly missed. Thursday the pupils of the fifth grade entertained In honor of Lynn Wilson of the sixth grade. The children brought cookies and Mrs. Norman made ice cream for the party. The guest of honor, who is very popular with the group, received some very nice gifts. Friday afternoon Lynn and her brother Jackie were again guests of honor, at a party, given by the Juvenile Grange. Lynn was presented with a Snaps arid Scraps albiim and Jackie also received a memento of the occasion,,; Saturday evening Mrs. E, A, SpotsWood and Mrs. ErneSt Pauli entertained at the former's home In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ganter. A gift of glassware was presented .. the newly married couple. Mrs. Billie Foster and Mrs. John Newman won high score at the Tripoli game. Refreshments W*re sterved to Messrs. arid Mesdames Jim Mitchell, Bob Byrnes, Vernon Leard, John .Newman, Albert Ganter, Erriest Pauli, Clarence Harvey, Ramona Keefer, Mrs. Billie Foster, Mrs. Jackie Kelley, Mrs. Joe O'Brien, Mrs. E. A. Spotswood, Messrs. Art Poma, DickSmaUey and Ralph Whittaker. Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Meyer, |Mr. and Mrs. -Erwin Wipf and Clarence Newman were unable to be there. Thursday evening Mrs. Normari WooUey, Mrs. Thoinas Woolley and Mrs. Otto Irmer entertained at a shower for Mrs. Vernon Clark. Games werie played, gifts admired and supper-was served. Mr. arid Mrs..;J. R;..Adanris and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pickle enjoyed a ride through Lake county Sunday. Mr. and'Mrs. R.-R. Ingels returned last week from, a month spent :Ih the southern states. They attended the M&rdi Gras in New Orleans' and visited friends in Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Magruder and daughter Helen accompanied them on the trip. Mr. Magruder'g home Is in Fort Gibson, Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Verdes Upton were business visitors to Grass Valley Monday. The Potter Riding Club met Sunday at.the 'Holman ranch. A picnic lunch was served and a ride over the extensive ranch was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lighten- burger and children of Vallejb were weekend guests Of Mr. and burger and. Mrs. Hughes are sisters. ^ Mrs. J. D, Wilson and Jackie, Mrs. Cora Gibson and Joanri Npr- mun drove to' Sarita Rosa Thurs- COVELONEWS COVELO, March 10—Mr. and Mrs. Ted O'Ferrall were Santa Rosa visitors last week. Mr. and Mrs. Leone O'Ferrall and little Sheila of Willits visited relatives and friends in CoVelo last week. Evan F. Rohrbough and daugh- day. terd Myrtle returned from San Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Eddie are Francisco Tuesday with a. new enjoying a motor trip to Imperial valley." A large group of 4-H members and their parents and leaders boarded a school bus Saturday eyeiiing and Werit to Hopland to attend the 4-H dinner. Raymond Meyers drove the bus. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Whitcomb enteriained the members bf their family Sunday at a birthday dinner.,for Miss Evelyn Whitcomb, Seated at the taWe With Mr. and Mrs. Whitcomb and the guest of hmhr vfdrs Mr, arid Mrs. Bob Whitcomb and d;^ughters, Mr. and Mf*.! Russell. Whitcomb arid daughter,, 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles" Gar- zinl'iarid children., • 'Mrs. Charles •Wiitta^ef : enter- tam^d the inembers of the.Baptist "Missionary Society at hbr horile here'last weelt..'"'' '• Arthur Tooby \yas looking after business interests In Potter . Val- ley'ljast week. - , • t>i..and iVTrs. Lionel Murphy and pirs, Mutphy!s. sister, Mrs. Marie Littlbji were at their ranch over the ^vaekend. Mr .and Mrs. Jphn Corley and daughter, Who have been living on the Jesse Copk place, .have bought a home in the Talmage district and will be moving there soon, , • Mrs. Dyton Bonham was a business visitor to Lake county Mori- day. i.;r .. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hunter and sons of Ukiah were Sunday guests of Potter Valley relatives. The regular potluck supper will be held in the church parlors Friday, March 19. At that time Rev. and Mrs. Miller of Lakeport will entertain with singing and speaking. They were here over a year ago arid delighted their audience. New Eyfihange Manager^:* VALLEY PHlLO, March 10— Traffic was held up fbur hours Sunday after- nbon. Hwheh a truck and car -collided near the west end of the Con Creek bridge. Both cars were damaged and the occuparit of the truck,"'Al-vin Hanson, was injured, though hot seriously. Driver of the car Was "unknown. Alvin Hanson is a brother of Ei-nest Hanson, who trucks fbir the Indian Creek Lumber Company. Alvin was in another truck accident recently. A cooking demonstration of Miracle Maid cooking ware was given Sunday night by R. H. Clark at the home pf Mr. and Mrs. Burt Rowley of Boonville. An entire dinner, was cooked-in 14 minutes, including a roast, three kinds of vegetables and a cake. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Presley, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rowley, Miss Dorothy Ridley, Donajd Mcintosh and the host and.hostess, "Mr. and Mrs. Burt Rowley. A stork shower was given fo Mrs. Steams Saturday afternoon at the horne of Mrs. FrankLyman of Santa Rosa. Mrs. Stearns,'the former Jeannette Knivila, was surprised and happy to see so many .of her valley friend^'present. After the wee gifts were opened cards were played, with first prize claimed by Edwmda Knivila.. Cake, ice cream and coffee were served. Guests of the afternoon were Mesdames Bill Presley, Carol. Ornbaun, James MacGowan, Thomas Ruddock, Jr., Everett Lyman, Clara Sutton, E, S. Lemoni Gerie Lyman, Bill Church, E. N. Knivila, the hostess, Frank Lyman, Miss Bema McAt>ee,. Miss Edwina knivila, and the guest of honor, Jeannette Stearns. Mr. and Mrs. Barnes of Navarro.! had as their guests this weekend, j their son and his wife, Mf, and Mrs. Mjyxoa Barnes of GoletfuiUsa sedan. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence O'Ferrall spent last Tuesday in WiUits. Omar Bales, whol has been in 'ipo6r health, ior several months, went to Santa Rosa with the Rid- leys to have a checkup. He will be gone two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hopper were Ukiah visitors last Monday. Lewis Hurt of San Jose spent [several days in Covelo last week. While here he sold his C£^terpillar. Friends .will be interested to learn that Mr. and Mrs. John Dwrah have sold their Ukiah horrie and purchased another In San Francisco, where Mr, Darrah is eniployed grading lumber. Ariiohg Covelo people in Willits last week were Mr. and Mrs. Jiiri ^Walter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clarlte, Mrs. Winnie Hurt and Mr. and Mrs. Cleo O'Ferrall. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Parker and son Charles of Talmage made a business trip to Covelo last Sunday. Mrs. John Darrah and son Billie ot Ukiah Were in Covelo last week. Miss Pauline Hopper, sister of Mrs. Darrah, who lias been visiting her parents, Mrs. Clyde Hopper of Covelo, returned to Ukiah with Mrs. Darrah. Mrs. Frank Hammond is registering voters in Round Valley township. Mr,s. Harold Tuttle returned from Ukiah General Hospital, where' she Spent -a week recovering from a ^vere attack of flu and pleurisy. She left the" hospital Sunday and spent two days at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Zeek. Mr. Tuttle drove down Monday to I attend the Albert Spalding concert and to bring Mrs. Tuttle home. Among the Covelo people who attended the Spalding concert were Mesdames Beatrice Lovell, Margares Williamson, Bertha Haydon, Hilda Hagne, Harper, Misses Claduia Williamson and Barbara Hagne, and William Belk. Rev. . and Mrs. Ernest B. DeFord attended a sub-district meeting at- Upper Lake last Monday, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lovell drove to Ukiah Sunday to get Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Redwine, who have been spending the winter in Sarita Maria. About 40 attended the last Farm Center meeting. Over $200 was paid into the airfield fund toward the lights for the field. Donatioris are welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Algy Ridley came iip from Sarita Rosa Sunday and spent the day With her brother, Harold Tuttle and family. REDWOOD VALLEY, March 10 —The regular meeting of the Cal- polla-Redwood Valley Farm Center was ; held Friday evening, March 5, at the Redwood Valley school. The guest speaker, R. R. Parks, university extension sper, cialist in agricultural engineering, gave a short talk after which he- Introduced Joe Brooks, who gave a very intei*esting and valuable talk on .methods of frost protection. He discussed wind machines and smudge pots and ansvi^cred many Questions asked by the growers. Carl Irvirie, Jr., of Lake county, a regional d,irector, was present. Pour boys and two girls of the 4-H Club were in attendance. John Hammond, Jr., showed how parasites on chickens ai'e controlled. John pakes, the 4-H leader, asked for assistant leaders to help in the 4-H work. Jo.hn Pringle acted as secretary in the absence of A .G. Solomon. Assistant director, Hanby Ford, gave a report of the well attended and very helpful meeting of the County Farm Bureau, Refreshments Were served by a committee consisting of Mrs, Kate Buckley, Mrs. Irene L,ocatelll and Mrs, Ethel Jameson, The ladies of the C,S.S,A, enjoyed a pleasant afternoon Thursday at the home of Mrs. Earl Lindley. Mrs. Jack Cromwell was cohostess. Sandwiches with tea and coffee were served. Mrs. Joe Simmons and Mrs. Kirk Ford will entertain the circle on the afternoon of March 19, at the clubhouse. , Announcements have been received of the birth of a little son, Ronald Lea, to Mr. and Mrs. John Sperlich of San Francisco. Mrs. Sperlicli will be remembered us Edith Boyd, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Boyd. Dogs that have been running at large have attacked eight sheep belonging to L. H. EdbroPks. Some of the sheep were quite badly torn. The last report had not determined tiie ownership of the dogs. Mrs. Nels Nelson and Mrs. A. W. Simmons returned Satm-day everiing from a delightful 12-day trip in southern California. Accompanying them on the return trip was little Johnnie Davis, 3- year-old grandso'ri, of Mrs. Veva_ Greenwald, who resides near Los Angeles and who is a qlose friend of the Nelsons for many years. Mr;s. Nelson will keep the little fellow for a while, hoping that a change of climate and country life will be beneficial to his health. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Forbes, who Were victims of Virus X, are much improved. The epidemic was very severe in the case of Mr. Forbes. Mrs. Lee Wilson, sister of Mrs. Forbes, is also convalescing from the same malady. Leo Mucklow of Wyoming, youngest brother of Dutch Mucklow, visited at the Mucklow home over the weekend, continuing his visit with his brother at Stone where he has been transferred by the N.W.P. railroad. March 3 was the 42'd wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ledford and also the birthday of Mrs. Ledford. The day was observed with a dinner given at the home of their son, J. Ledford, v/lio lives at Talmage. Stanley Borden stopped at the Fred Finne home for a short time on the way from Ferndalc where he is now located, to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Borden of Petaluma. ^ Rainfall to March 9,' 18.30 inches. Recent storm; .32 inches. John F. Brennan, who comes from Santa Rosa as manager of the Ukiah branch of the Pacific Telephone Company, succeeding Hugh Haskell. motoring up for a few days were Mr. and Mrs. V. Geraldim' and small.son Allen, of Talmage. Mrs.- Geraldini is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Barnes, Tad Sawyer returned to his home in Navarro Saturday after two weeks in the southern part of the state. He reported an enjoyable' trip to Santa Cruz and a visit with his family at Eagle Field, where a birthday get-together was celebrated. He returned to Berkeley Saturday then to his home at El Rancho Navarro at Navarro, > Mr. and Mrs, Perry Austin and small son Jimmy stopped in the valley Sunday, en route to Healdsburg to visit Mr, Austin's mother, Mrs, Clara Austin, Mrs. Grace Blattner and granddaughter Betty returned Monday evening from a visit with Mrs. Blattner's daughter and faiiiily, the James Keenans of Fortuna. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED Bill Moyer celebrated his 18th birthday on Thursday, finishing the day as guest of honor at a dinner party given by his mother, Mrs. Arch Moyer. Bill's grandmother, Mrs. E. Silacci of Gilroy, walked in as one of his birthday surprises. Among the dinner guests were Mrs. Silacci, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Mbyer, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sandelin, Miss Sherry Shepard, Charles and Sue Moyer. Mrs. Thomas Gullickson will go to Oakland Tuesday to remain with her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Grose, and see her first granddaughter, who was born to Mr. and Mrs. Grose last weekend. CHAS. KASCH Attorney and Counselor at Law Odd FeUows Building Nottb Stat* 6t. Uldah. CBUL Point Arena •'POINT "'ARENA7MarchT0 ~6n- • the afternoon bf March 2, Ted '" Mills, manager of the Empire Red--- • wood Company of Gualala, •wtfS'' hurt while working in the blacksmith shop at the mill. He waS" " doing some welding when a piece' of sheet metal tell on on his foot."" He was taken to a huspitnl at Fort Bragg where the doctor announced • that he had two broken toes and'' a painfully bruised foot. Mr .and Mrs. John Ponts bf '" Fort Bragg were visiting relatives near Manchester Sunday. _ Mr. and Mrs. Royal Disotelle are spending a few days in Sail";' Francisco. A surpri.se birthday party was given tp John Stornetta March'?.';' ' Refreshments were served to 20 people. ' ' Shirley Brincknian and Robert E. Sonneman, Jr., were married February IS at Reno, Nevada. Shir- ''.; ley is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Miller and Bob is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert fc. Sonneman ot Parlier. Mr. Sonne- • man was formerly principal of the Point Arena high school. Mrs. Cliffor4 Stormes and daughter have moved into one of Mylands front cabins. Mr. Stormes left Tuesday for Eureka, where he is stationed on a light ship. Monday night a baby sliower , was given for Mrs. Dolores Williams Harris by Mrs. Ray and . Mrs. Charles Hepworth of Maii- chester. Games were played and first prize went to Mrs. 'Williams. Luncheon was served after everyone had looked at the inany lovely gifts. Guests -were Mrs. Mass, Mrs. Annie Scarmella, Mrs. H. Shields, Mrs. Roy Falleri, Dorothy Munton, Nancy Beebe, Esther Searamella and Alice Hepworth. Mr. arid 'Mrs. Jack Caylor returned home from the-bay area. Jphn Munton and son had business in Vallejo Inst weekend. Mable Newcome will open her dress shop on Main .street Saturday. Mrs. Anita Jacobsen has been home with a swollen ankle. There will be a 4-H meeting in the high school auditprium Saturday at 2:30 p.m. If any girls wish ' to join the sewing division they should sign up immediately, Mr. Hickenboltom of Ukiah will be here the evening of March 17 " at 8:15 and will hold a meeting in the high school auditorium to start a Boy Scout troop. Everyone interested should attend this meeting, • as the cpoperatlon of parents and friends will be necessary. Frank Westfall, son of Rev. and Mrs. Westfall, Will be married iit Tuolumo today at the hom<l' Pf the bride'.s parents, with Rev. "West- I'aJl officiating. Mr. and Mrs. LCG Knight and son Harry huve moved to Sebas- lopol where they will make the'ir home. Frank Westfall and his bride will move intp the house they vacated. La£l Friday Mr. and Mrs. McKerlie and duughtors went to Fol'l Brugg v.'ith the St. Martins. AJf4 From where I sit... Joe Marsh Ben's Bride Gets Chickenhearted with /lis peculiarities, he guessed lie could put up with her fondness for the chickens. Bcri Ryder was mighty proud of his young iiride 'n'ltciv she- offered to care for his new flock ot baby chicks. "Just like a mother with her brood," he boasts. Then came market time for fryers—and the crisis! Sue simply wouldn't let Ben near her chickens with an axe. She'd raised them as babes . • . she'd named them . . . they were her very own I Ben poured himself a glass of ^^'"B and a glass of bear, beer, to think things over sensibly. He hated to lose the price on frj-ers ...but he figured Sue had put up So now Ben has the nicest brood of laying hens in town, and from where 1 sit, one of the most successful marriages, too. All because he "lived-and-let-live "-7- literally. And whenever he wants fried chickeOj ho takes his bride over, to Andy's Garden Tavern for a crisp ' CteMh i ?3t United Stales Sfemu £S!«fii«'i?«-

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