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Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California · Page 2

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PAGE tm DISPATCH DEMOCRAT. UKIAH, CALIFORNIA FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1948 I^EW CLASSIFIED TODAY . Any Color ' 3 <UTP BODY, Saader and Hadiatbr Work riSIEW MOTORS CWyslei:, Plymouth, Dodge and De Soto miah Motor Sales • FRED ORE 84tfc* B TIFYYQURHOME i, Decorating, Paperhanglal •stSfcftw Spray Painting. ' Wtf^eciaUze In Sheet Bock < r& Fleve & Son 206i»ki8on: Ph; 116a-M. 12tfc-fp n bi .LE—Baby buggy and crib, In perfect condition. One .30!>t80 rifle, 1894 model, 2 boxes Helen Ave., Box 44 '99t3p FOH<!|SAt ?rrTen h6ad good gentle s^le horse;;, can be seen ^ at tCK^ Fairgrounds.^C. W.Jaml- soBia- lOOtlp LIVjSayoCK AUCTION — Every Tuesday at Ukiah Auction Yard. Phone -690-W for infbnn^tion artd truck service. 89Th-tfc STSAy SHEEP,— 8 on Benson pla«?s over 1 year. Ownei: may ti&^p- same , by paying for, this ad |nd pasture. F, Brlcarelll, phdhe 234 or 284. lOOtSc BOCY aftd ^epjiep painting, glass, overhaul, expert repairs M every Whd. PrtHntft setvfw. IToWVtAT on call. Vevoda Motor Sales School & Smith Phone 370-W KStfcfp Empire Roofing Co. Prompt Service 'i- EVee Estlniatcts All type» roofing expertly aptillecl. Repair Work Our SpediUl]^. . . AU work g^ara|ite^d.. Gen. Del., Talmage, phone 327-M 4tfc-fp MERK RADIO SHOP the old reliable Sales — Service — Satisfaction Opposite Theater, Ukiah 49tfc-fp FOB SALE- ?4-h;p. v/ater-cooled Frigidaire compressor. Suitable ftjr milk; cooling job or Walk-In jbissx. Also ?-hoIe Ice cream cab,- in6t.' t-adys bicycle reasonable. Phone 819-J. 96tfc* WANTED —Plowing and discing, •rtp^ard, field br small; lots. CaU 1521-J 243. E ; Qobbl St. V 96tfc* BROILERS FOR SALE— 80 cents ia£K:" Phone 25-^-3, Redw<Kiid Valley. • lOOtlc CAS^AKERS WANTED For 'srrifiU, ranch, prefer couple with income, Write Box 1022, Redwood journal. , 106t4c FORvSALEr -Ohe "22'.' caterpillar tractor in excejlent .condition. Also a D2'hydraulic doZer, U^ed veryi.. little. Bartolomei' Bros'., Talmage, Calif. Phone Ukiah 8-F;2,. 3-25mlp FOB HENT —Booms- with. 2 beds. Also single room. 406 Henry St. lOOtfc AVAILABLE AT OKIAH— Franchise, for well-established farm m^wihery line. Address Box 1023, Redwood Jpurnal. iQOtSp Weed Killers KILLS morning gloryi pig weed, _ all-broad-leaf weeds. Cbst as low as $2.75 per acre. Enauire at our Feed Dept. UKIAH FARMERS GLUB s i Call 723 . 100t6o Beelitpl's Point Store Buy=Your Paiht From a Painter • WAH.PAPER ~ PAINTS ' 109 So. State. Phone 293. 54tilc -'r TRAILER HOUSE FOR SALE;— 1940 model 16-ft. Scftult. Cash or .terms. Pomo Auto Court. , 100t3p FOR aALE -:-Chesterfleld set, reasonable, can be seen at farm house at Mendocino State Hospital, Talmage. . I00t3e FOB- a JVLE— Approximately 2 tons of'bat hay. Barker, Box. 133rB RiVfey Rd:, Ukiah. • . loatZc For Expert Piano Tuning ariici ReisQir Latest Eleetrohio Method V R . S. RYDER & CO. > Gall Bob' Byder Care of: Gloria Pacini, X31 -W, or Greeott's Muslie Stbi;e. S4Thtfc-^ LP. Gas & Appliance Co..; Magon&Standiey Phone 1000 O'Keefe & Merritt Ranges Own Your Own Tank , Gas; Is Cheapfer ^ 'hot Water HeM6;t8,'->' Restaurant Gridjleif^iand Ranges,. Roper Kitchen Ranges • Heater^ ind PlOdr Furnaces SERVICE IS ; O UR BSOTTO try UsI IStfcfp FOB SALE—Lady 's set of 2 golf bags, 6 clubs, 4 balls. ;Mrs. F, C. Brenneh,. Washington > St.; phoh^,1023-W. lOOtSp Om & FORD Corner state Stephenson . Phone 977 -W. .: G6hfip^i ^6 THwe PM<;^$ 1948 CheV. Fteetiine 4-dbbr sedan; driven 1 mile;completely equipped. 1946 Dodge custom 4-dr. sed. Oply 16,000 miles, like; new .;„„'_:_..r.::„$1995 1941 Chev. 4-dr. .qed. spec. deluxe^ clean as a pin- 1150 1941 Pontiac torpedo 8, radio. heater. 1940 Plymbuth 4-dr. sed.- 1195 »95 1940 Ford conv. S-pass. club coupe, cojhp. reconditioned — --. 1940 Chev. spec, deluxe 4- dr. sed., n^wly overhauled . .-^.L..,.— 1940 Mercury 4-dobr sed., . . completely recond., new paint. Looks like iiew..'.. 1050 1939 Plymouth sedan, red lesither upholSt, excellent cond. 1050 995 SEifl^TIC TANK, AND CESSPOol] .cibaning. Phone 2.g-Y-21. .100t2p BOOM FOR RENT— Reasonablii. 734 No. State iSt.. Ukiah. lOOtSb FOB SALBrrTRug„daybed,,ipirrop, lamp; 2 pillows, for balance, due at $3 ;Q..month. 803 W: Clay, after 5; atiOne 482-W.' lOOtSC I^Ott tJB^NT-T-t^ew ,Pu^eka, vacu; um leaner with all.atta'chments, aiid Johnson. ^ectrfc floor pul- ishi«,..H6me Market, 113 South .• Stttter^phbne 25. TOcbT M^ljtgbmery Word tJervice Dept. REifelGERATOR REPAIR • WASifiBJJG MACHINE .REPAIR "ISt'thbrized dealer for NatlCfflal and Presto Pressure :, 'Cooker Parts , , MoFitj|omery Word & Go. Sclroc^ Perkins, Ph'..622. lOOtlx FOR SALE —4rpiecc bedrcdm set With Sealy box spring and mattress, $100; dining table and 3 chairs, $25; blue chesterfield set, $50. Call uae -M. lootse FOB SALE —Four view lots, 2/3 acre each, near Ukiah, utilities available, $1250 each. CaU 1126-M. lOOtSc FOR SALE — Two-piece chesterfield set. 800 Grove St., phone 673-R. _100t3c FOB SALE— Dodge '36 4-dr. tr. sedan, radio, heater, nice interior. Good condition. Phone 1148-W. 10Qt3c LOST— In Savin^g Bank, blue leatljiSr coin purse. Will finder pleasb maU keys to Redwood Journal. . 100t2c HABQ;:OF ^IEABING ? see the smallest 1B48 "one-piece" hearing •aid with the rechargeabje battSt^'. Also Sonotbnes, Acpiis; ticoiis, Beltone, Telex and ©tri­ ers slightly used tit a big discount.- Call Monday; Match: 29i at Palace Hotel. • ; lOOtlc 1938 Plymouth 4-dr. sed., de luxe : —— 1937 Buick 4-dr. sed., runs good .—. 1936 Pontiac coupe, ree. motor — 1936 Ford coupe, pick-up body on back-..— 1936 Plymouth coupe — 995 350 295 295 350 250 COMPARE THESE. PRICES WITH ANYBODY'S PRICES,, lOOtlc FOB SALE— Wool Bags Fleece Twine -'All sheepmen's supplies. UKIAH FARMERS CLUB lOOtOc REAL ESTATE ULTRA-MODERN HOME .— Exclusive district, beautifully furr 'nished. Shown by appointmept. AN OU?rSTANDING clover ranch in Potter Valley, will pay big dividends as a ranch or an investment, $23,000, extra liberal terms. l.^BSDROOM HOME—Complfctely furnished; large, shady lot. $1750 will hwidle. LARGE BUILDfNG LOT—In new subdivision. $550. B'OR RENT-Vacant lot on So. . State.St.. or will sell. leO -ACRE mountain retreat; wooded ,llVe stiJeam, near Ukiah'. $2000. WE HAVE several nice auto courts listed in this locality. ElpKick Real Estate 715 So, State_St. lOOtlc BUGSl'OB"SALE -:gxl2 with pad, $30; 8x10 and 6x9, same color and design, bdth for' $30. Phone 957-W. ' lOOtlc FOB SALE— 1946 Fohl 4-dooJ sedan; radio, heater, overdrive. $1796. Phone 34-Y-3. 100t4c Top Shop, FOB SALEr-Propagated carnation plants, (ihoose , your favorite colors, E. Lupano Nursery, first housft on right on Orr's Spriiigs Rd.,Phone 663- W. I00t4p LOSTi -^Red Cocker Spaniel, no tail. Answers to "Rusty." Reward $15. Call U R. Sirigley, 394-R, 907 N. Oak St. 100t3c HAIRCUTS. FOR the entire famUy, at Earl's Shop, W. Church. Two barbers. 71tfc-fn OLD PAPEBS — 10c per bundle, at Redwood Journal. SStfx Photo Supplies Make Those EASTEB PICTURES in Full Color! . The following color films available: Kadachrome 135, 828; .Kodacolor 127, 120, 620, 116» 616; Ansco 16mm. KODAK VIGILANT 620 . Limited number $20.2C Perry's Photo Supplies 160 E. Standiey. St., Phone 174-J (Next door to Journal) lOOtlc Tru"dc,and Tractor Cushions Repaired arid Recovered UPHOLSTERY REDWOOD ^VALLEY, MSrfch 24._Easter sunrise services wjll be held at Denny's auto, park at 7:30, if it is not raining, and Rev, Leonard Brown will take charge. Easter services were held last year at Denny's and were thoroughly enjoyed. There was a Iprgeiat^ tendance theiji and it Is hoped, it will be just as successful this year, Mr. and Mrs. Chai'ie? Peebles and son Bob of l^anta Rosa, were visitors at the Bednar home Friday. The Peebles are dose friends of the Bednar family, and.on hearing of the passing of John Bednar came up to extend their sympathy. Mrs. Peebles operates a convalescent hospital in Santa Rosa that can ac^ommodatft 18 patients, and there is now.a:wait­ ing list. They returned to Santa Rosa Friday evening, but, Mr. Peebles and Bob c^e up for Mr. Bednar's funeral Sunday. The friends of Mr .and Mrs. Roy Terry , who , lived two years in- Homewood Park at Laughjln will be interested to hear a.son was bom to them on Msrch 18, weighing 8 pounds and IZ ounces-, and has been named Clyde Lynn. The Terrys are living at Forbestown, near Orovilie where Terry operates a mill. , •• . The C.S.S.A. was enteriaindd ^t the clubhouse Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Joe Simmons-and Mrs. Kirk Ford, A potluck luncheon is being .planned. for th^ next m'eet- ing, which wiU,, be xoni Apfil 1; Chester.and Jimmy Tigard of Walnut Creek are spendmg; their Easter vacafipn with tliclf grandparents, Mf- ?hd Mrs. J: Ledford. CaVoles Furber, who is attendmg an aero,nautics school in Oakland, spent the .weekend with his' father, C, Furber, who came down from .GarUerwflle icf meet his son'. • • The Redwood . Vanes' Sunday school js planning-an Easter program with Do»:ia Brown in chax'ge. •, The gradual,. increase of rain brings the.totfl up on March 21 to 19.98 Inches, DISPATCH- DEMOCRAT B. A. COBEB. . . T ^nbllthM Published MChlrfi^.f'^.ft 120 E. 81«DdMV- Si., trktsh; MAndDCiaio J SUBSCRIPTION BATES: '. Per Year $2.50 Six Months. Three Months.. One, Month. 1.60 .do —. , _ ;30 SlnjtlevtbpleS/lib NeK -SUbr >^ scribers, 10<cents t^mittikif ^iil A<ivertliiJit>(r Baiast |Rtodefs;Z0<! per line Insertidn; foc , per, iHie, each subsequent insertion. Readers fiet'lh 7 pbinit type, .which is the body of mi newspaper. For Solft Mode O'Day Frock Shop Featurec ' Dresses, Blouses, liingerle, Hosiery and Uniforms 328 Np. State St. Phone 1102-J 04tfc Try, FORD AMMONIUM SULPHATE for your lawn Available In, 10 and:60-lb. sacks Menddcinb Motor Sales So.St6teatMm.Pli. 400. 3.4iiilc FOR SALE — Shingle miU and power plant, with Hansen, ma..chine. NeaMy new."- Excellent .condition. Address: P.O. Box 178, t)hOne ,708, Fort Brag^.. 3-8mp CAFE CHECKS— Now in stock at Redwood. Journal office; Get your supply there. , * 76tfx SAVE MONEY See FrCd How- EASTERaiLIES Order. Early Pink Hydrangeas, Combination Pots, Azaleas, Rose Bushes. All fancy-wrapped and - delivered. ORCHIDS Buy your best girl a-corsage, for Easter. Special Saturday, March 27, $3.30 Shddy Lawn Nursery and Florists Phone 1118-J 99t2c ard "V"^ rustic siding cement 'FOR SALE —Gentle Guernsey cow. fresh; 2 heifers. J. Valeri, Box 156, Redwood Valley. _98t3p Christian Young Folks Go Skating d} Willits The .Young.Pcopla'Si Christian Endeavor-Society of the Christ^ church sponsored a^kat'ng party Friday night.at-.l^if rmkrin. Wil* lits. About 40 persons met, at the church and went to Willits. in a caravan. , ^. .. Margie Vinson was chairman of the committee in.'.chayge. of the party, with Daniel Hill of Lakeport cooperating. An invitation was extended to the Lalteport, Young People to jpln th^ party,, as .well as an mvitation to- the Ypung.Mar-^ ried Class ,pf tile Ukiah Christian church, and friends. Joyce Enzler and Bonnie Vinson wereother members of tiie committee.,. RhoneH-F-Z L. BJ»Uixderhill 87tfc-fp Ukid^ Van & Storagfe Co Local and Statewide , Movngro Phone 440-J,,Ukiah 4/14mcfp H. Runkej, Roofing 25 YEARS serving Mendocino, , HuE^xboldt, Jjak^ and Sonbrns counties. All kinds of roofing expertly applied. Asbestos shingles. Asbestos siding. Asbestos buUd-up roofs and comp. roofing, ill W. PERKINS S'T,, UKIAH. Phones: Office 102, or 531 " 86tfc-fp Northei-n Calif., Movers & Builders BUILDII-.G & CONSTRUCTION Moving, Raising Foundations Telephone 484, Uldah, Calif. ' . 70ttC-fB FOB ,8ALE— 1942 Chevrolet 4x4 truck in good condition.. 12-ft flat bed with lumber roll. 30 Cat, Wide gauge, ready to work. Mall chain, saw, 3 ft. bar, new. 30-in. edger, good'condition. 1 set bel^- hoolcs, miscellaneous mill equipment. 661 N. Bush St., Phone 570-J. lOOtSp FOB 3ALE^19B9 Hupp 4-dOpr sedan^ 4 new 650-10 6-Ply tires, new battery. Only 55,000 miles. $175.00. Don Hulbert, Bojf, 33, PoUe? yalley, , X00t3p SUMMONS ' • ' . ; irb, 15557 • Action brought in the Superior Court of the, Sta.te of Californi'^^ in and for the |Gbunty of Mendocino, and the cb:ip>plaiht filed iri the office oif the .Clerk of said County of Men^bcAno. ' " , BURkE 8t BAWiBS, Ukiah,' California, , Attorneys for J^afi In the SUPERIOR COURT of the STATE OF CALIFORNIA,, in and for the COtJNTY OP MEN. DOeiNO. HARRY HAINES, Plaintiff vs. MARY E. HAINES, Defendant. The People of the State of , California &en<J Greetings To: MARY E. HAINES, Defendant. YOU ARE HEREBY DIRECTEIJ TO APPEAR' and' answer ' thip Complaint in the action entitled' as above; brought against yOu in- tli^ Superior Court br the State of California in arid f?>r the" COunty of Mendocino, within ten days after the Sbi-vlce oii you of this Summons—if served Within this County; or within tliirty days if served elsewhere. And- you are notified thsSt unless you appear and answer as above required, the said plaintiff will take judgm,^nt f9r,ai:\y money or da'inages demanded in the' Complaint,, as arising uppn contract, or will apply to the* Court for any other relief demanded in said Complaint. .|, , , , Givfeh under,rny h^nd and fli.e iSeal of the Superior Coiu^t of tlie State of California, in, and for thie Cbyuty of Mendbcino, ihls 17th day of March, 1948. [.SEAL! ,. . . W. J. BBOADDUS. 3-26-2111 County Clerk, . COVELO, March ;2ff Mrs Graydon Flnfrook of Oakland visited relatives and friends in Covelo last week. Ben Garrans of the United States army, vjiio has. been. stfe tioned at Guam,.is enjoying a fur?' lough with,: relatives' and' friends in Covelo and elsewhere. He ej?- peots to be discharged this spring Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe G. Hotchkiss of Liake mountain were business visitors in Covelo last week. Donald McCleUsa Bites The ashes of Donald Hugh McClelland,; veteran of World War II, were buried here March 12, in the grave of Varley Bundy, his, uncle, ahd a veteran of World War I; Bundy was killed in a truck accident near Kelley Canyon in 1920. Donald McClelland, born in Round valley; and nephew of Varley Bundy; having refurnfed from Vworld Wal- II. Was killed in a truck accident hear Willits on October 2, 1947. He was 26 years old at the time; His bride of 17 days was alsb killed. A double funeral wSs held in Willits, .but the mother and grandmother of the young man wished his ashes to rest in the Covelo Veterans'Cemetery. John Albonico, commander of Martin Haydon Post, American Legion, and Judge William Clarke, acting chaplain, read the veterans committal service at the graveside; Many people, here remember the Bundy, MacDonald and Mc- eielland faiiillies.Who llv^d here about thirty yeais ago. - Mrs. Ernest B. DeFord left last Friday for San Francisco to visit her daughter, Mrs. Stanley Hey.- wood. Mrs: DeFord will visit her brother and fainiiy and friends in Gait before returning to Covelo. The Women's, Club convention will be held in Covelo on February 3. The Mutual' Aid Society Will serve dinner for this occasion. Mrs. Emily'Beavers and Oliver Stockton were Eureka visitors in Willits last week. , Stanley Hart and Pat Fisher 'were visitors in Eureka last week. , The Mutual Aid is planning an Easter egg hunt for,the children on Saturday, March\ 27. . , vRev. -and..Mrs, Ernest .Carey spent several days with..relatives in Gridley last week. 1 . A veoy enjoyable social event occurred March 13 when a number of her girl friends gave Vivian Short a wedding shower as that yqung lady -will be.married soon. The shower was arranged almost overnight A group of ladies met at the social hall with Mls^ short and her friends and a short- program of readings asid music wa,'. enjoyed.. It seemed to be the day for a shower as. the skies were also showering and rriany could not attend for that reason. Presents were sent however, and there were, many thlrj^ to glad<i«" the young honiemaker's , heart, so it was easy to remember that the clpuds had a.Jtilver lining, as always. Miss, Short thauked aU for the. kind gesture and afjer partaking, of the re^reshment^r I'e- palr.ed. to,,their, homes. work,'' foundations, . moVing, wrecking, plumbing, hardware, ^ electric wiring, roofing, painting, •• FOR SALE— 22 small vending ma- .paperhanging, pressure pumps, I chines. Phone 385 or 1159-W, -floor-.-sanders by hour or day. i > 99tfc • Free estiinatesi Phone 104,' eve-' nings 15-J-l. Write- Box 163, Talmage. , Ogtfe PEBBONAL STATIONEAY-^ Just the'thliig for d gift or for your own vise. Bedwodd'Jtournaf. 4ttfx FOB SALE— Cocker Spaniel piip, . 6 .months .old, gold iad white. Phone 2B-Yi3.' - . OBtac CABAGE OWNERS— l^tandard rfir . < pair order, books tn' stock, ast Bedwopd Journal, >35tfx Give your lawn, a Spring Dressing : ' of ' ' ' ' FORD AMMONIUM SULPHAT'E available .now. at. Mendocinp Motor,Sdles So. Statfe at'Mill. Ph."400. 3-4mlc HOLZ CO. Used Equipfnbnt Dept. offers some very fine savings in wha«l tractorST-"Txack Layers." Tractor-dva^i'and fiMse-drawn FOjBl SALlJf ^New BtampshlrB^ Red setting eggs and Junior beLaval separAtor/'Pftpitb lfl-F-2:. ' 'ggtSb WILL TRADE—V4 section land foi; jeep. Must have 4-wheel, drive. Milton Gross, Potter Valley sawmill. • 08t3p TO EXCHANGE — 1947 Pontiac ' for small clean country cojtage, with some acreage. Please state price -and location. Write Box 1021. care Redwood Journal, r . 99t3p Used Cars CARS FOB SALE— 1947 Packard 4-dpor sedan. 1946 International 1-ton pickup. 1940 Ford Tudor. 19S9 Chevrolet 4-door. 1937 Nash 4-door sedan. 1937 Packard 4-door sedan. 1935 Olds 4-dooi* sedan. Mark King Garage 903 So. State St;. ^99tfc ^Housework by. day or - hour, or care of • children. Telephone 765-W. Call evenings, • " 3/4m 1 p WAKTEDr^Laundry, work, in my .'home. 7g3 SO. Ctek., 3-lmlp WANTED — Cand 'leveilng/ excavating, filUng.-I have equipment to level,orchards. Plowing, disc­ ing and all kinds of tractor work. R.' Whitaker, Box 22, ph. - 6-F-2, Potter Valley. 3-8mlp Miscellaneous FOB i SALE — Revolving Wfheel dump scraper, 5 larg- -' '..'city; good condition. See, , , ' Potfer ValW::' " ''^atap FOB SAlfi^abbage - and' tomato plants at 477 Ford St., Ukiah. ' 07t4c HOLZ PO, SUGGESTS you' let Odr trailed farm' equipment mechanics i i go over, your equipment now, dvx- ing tbe.auiet Sea^Q,>and put it in top Shape for nejtt season's wdrk. , Cdii (180 for appoinjjqeni , / Mtfy , Easier Veeation, Easter vacation is here and schools are closei. The teachers have hied them away for visits with relatives, and. friends aiid a period of relaxation, and, of cpur??i .chiidren are,.happy. •The , churches are planning to get together for a special observ- upce 9f Good Friday from 1 to i ^j;clb,ck in the after'nqon. Mysic appropriate to tiii^ qccasi.on isb.eing prepar,ed rad, everything,is.being dobie to b.ring, jiie si^griificance of the day to the public, with all it Dieans to, peoples of all nations. Special music is being prepared for Easter. _ F^ieiids will be interested tfi learn that Mr,' and Mrs. J,ohi>! Darraii Jiave sold their home in t'kiah and have purchased an- oiljer in San Pranciscp, Where Mi, Darl-ali is employed grading lumber. ' .• . Ml*; .Sarah Ells of Willits is. vift- i.tJng frlepda ii), Covelo this week. A most interesting and.>pl'easlng missionaiT. meeting was held by the Covelo'-ladies af the homo of Mps; Fannie English Thiuaday af- tergopn, Mfliroh 18, Mrs. English was chaijiman. JJer subject was Calvary and she was very ably asi slsted' by Mesdames Velma Carey, OUve Alford and MUdred Charles, Whose readings and explanations Business OpporttinttiiBs' and Redl Estate TRUCK .SERVICE STATION-'Ex cellent location, gbod gross; lease and', equipment >$3500i' stock at invoice. .\ CAFE—Well equipped; godd 101 Hiway location. $5000. LOTS-i$500 and Up. Close in, $990.' 3-BEDRDOM HOME!—Double lot, hardwood floors, patio. $11,500. 1040-ACRE RANCH—2 homes, . mile river frontatfe. $35,000. 80-ACRE MOUNTAIN RANCH— 4-bedroom'.home." $9500.- 1V4 ACRESr-Just outside City—2 homes. $6500. , ' 100 FEET, HIWAY l0l^2-bed- room home, 1 incomplete 1-bedroom home. $5600, 35 ACRES IN .-WILLITS—Suitable for subdivision. See uS; 4 ACRES HLWAY 101—Home and cabin. $6300. NEW 1-BEDROOM HOME—Large lot: $5700, SEEl US'for hotels, grocery stores. sawmills, courts, service stations and businesses of all kinds. Offices also ill Santa Rosa, Eureka, Fort Bragg. • O.^ R. SKAGGS 344 No. State St. Ph. 83-W. . 99t3c FOR SALE —Stewart-Warner refrigerator, 7 cubic feet. Phone 18. MTS: Garvey. . 99t3p FOB SALE — Oil burner range, enamelled. Write P.O. Box 49S, Hopland. . 98t3c FOB SALEr-One-third and ^-h.p. , heavy-duty motors. Apply at 503 W, Perkins. 98t3c FOB SALE—Fresh eggs. CaU after 1 pjn. at 1075 No. Oak St. 99t3c FOB SALE— One 3^room modem house,> one Z-^room cottage, botn , on same lot at 184 Thomas St. Plioiie 579-B. 98t3o PBINTINO LETTERHEADS, envelopes, cards, booklets, programs, trespass notices, etc.,; rubber stamps, sales books, anything in the printing line. For first class work, modern type faces and prompt service bring your printing, business to the Redwood Journal. 20tfx MABRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED At Ukiait,, March'22, Francis Holahan ahd Marjory Inei Roach, both of Piercy; March 23, Vernon L. Bright of Willits and Tillie Irena Krch of Oakland. made the significance of Calvary very clear to all. Songs were sung, prayer said by Mrs. Carey, Mrs. Alford and Mrs. Charles, and poems were read by the same ladies. Ai-vocal trioi Calvary, ^ffas sung by Mesdames Olive Alford, Beatrice Lovell and Bertha Haydon, .Refresli- ments were hot rolls and butter, "bacon and' egg" salad, coffee ahij tbai Ebch lady was presented with a tiny cordage of violets. It was a most delightiful- afternoon made more so by the presence of our dear friends, Mrs. Amy Bedwihe and .Mrs, Sarah EUs. We are much indebted to, Mrs, .Fannie English and her helpers, Mijs. Ed Long, Mrs.. Lpu English and Mrs. Grace Long, for the pleasure we had. March 1 a 4rH meeting was held at the high school and Billy Rome, a new meniber, was taken in. His project Js jcabbits. All mernbers were present. They, have started plopning for the summer vacation. Benjamin.; Franklin and sister, Mass„Peggy. Franklin of, San Francisco visited, their, parents, Mr. and Mrsi Benjamin Franklin,, here Over the last weekend. , FQR S^E—Camera, almost new, ArgUs C-3, flash'altachmenl 5 filters, lefts .hood; $45. Pljone JB2 -R. 1/ij4 ^o'. Ifera."''' ' 98t3p FOB Si^?.5— Eecon^tloned. HooV- ey ya ;c(iimm ,'$;5:,CaU IZ-R.' i>H I9'46 bouse trailer- See at ol State and Low Gap R^.' m 1i& Station. • ' ' ' ^g8t3p PUMPS WE irt»pijily :'lJUnipar from, the l^eeat' deeti^W^ turbine tBe sin^ett ;>pressure systein, ;;Mid have conSe^teQtt^i^ineers to fig- s^.ure your job." ., „. ^ repi-e^t'%b.b|,«ie 'mai |t);« slpeet^a, hliifaeS ln,!.the puiftpW biisliifes^;, f'-"^'" •'•'^ i'*^''-"-.'' BYROIjf'*iA6»SOlPT ' ' , ; Irrigation Pomps and ^ '• •• -""JACUZZI''''' • • Pr^sfsitte Sysiims " Bring your pumping problems ' to us. • UKIAH FARMERS CLUB Call 730 41tfc IMMEDIATE DELIVEBY -^-Water heaters, floor .furnaces and ranges for propane-butane.' Economical home and farm tank gas units. L. P.: Gas & Ap,}Iiance£ Phone 17-J. Mason and Standley streets. - 7ltfc Be Sure Your Pruning Supplies are in order. They. may. be tougB to get again this year, HOLZ CO. has Snag Cut parts, shear handles and bolts in stock now. 59tfc Trespass Notices PBOTECT yoUr property with durable signs, printed on sign cloUi. Prices: 6, $2.50; 12, $3l06; 25, $4.00; SO, $5.50; 100, $8.50; On mail orders, Include state sales tax and postage. Redwood Journal. 32tfx FOB SALE—Baled, oats and vetch hay that has not been rained on. L. M. Munson, corner East Velley and Hearst road, Willits. Phone 17-F-4. 88tfd FOB SALE—John Deere plow, 4 12's, 8-ft. Killifer diic. Heavy- duty tractor trailer, 7-ton, |ac- tory built. DeLaval milking machine. A. W, Waldo, Box 31, Finley. Ph. KelseyvUle 17-Y-3. 3-8mlp PLANO— To be: sold in Ukiah vicinity. Excellent tone, fine quality, very famous make spinet type. Also good medium bungalow type of excellent tone. Reasonable terms to reliable party. For information •write Cllne Piano Company, 2097 Mission .St.. San Francisco. ' 91t6c LIGHTING FIXTUBES— We have in stock.aijd msfintain the largest and mbst coti^plete line of ^S^r. Ing fixtures In Mendocino' and ;Lake counties.; ROBERT L. BECKER , 731 So. state gt. Vklah, Calif! 104tfc For Healthy Gr'een Lawns use FORD AMMONIUM SITLPHATE now available at Mendocino-Motor Soles SOi State at IVUll. Ph. 400. 3-4mlo FOB SALE — Stewart-Wamer 7- cubic feeti Phone 18; Mrs. Garvey. , . :•,- • .... 98t3p FOB SALff-rS SuJcge single milking machine Units. Almost new. Rte. 2, Box 754 -A,Ukiah. 98t3p FOR SALE-r-Large house on Oak Park. Lot 1,00x100; Une shade, garage. Price $10,000, % down. Mendocino Realty. • 99t3c FOB SALE— Gentle Guernsey coW, fresh. J. Valeria, Box I56, Redwood Valley: 98t3p FOB SALE; — 2-t)edroom house, corner lot,, "Wed^Wppd combination stove. Duo-Tlierm heater. 880 Hazel. 95t6p LOST — Brown pigskin envelope purse containing. $80, but no identification. Reward if returned to Mrs. Ci.IJ. Anderson, Rte. 1, Box 579, Ukiah. ,99t3o LOST —Dog's brown studded harness; county license 818, city li-^ cense 223. i?liease call Jack King, evening 943-J, days 1. 97t2!ic This Week's Spedal 194d FORD deluxe 4-tdoot,?e- '^'-aan."- Oftly"10,7b0 hiiles' 'on anew motor. A clean , !, car that was $995. Offei^- _ r "' -ea aS f his-vifeek's spefcial ' • at My..'. - .-..^ $ S95r\ 1946 FORD >SUper sed(an.. i.. $1895 1941 CHEV. 2-door sedan, ortglfcal paint, bedUty . 1205 1940 CHEV.".'Coaeh',: andean , cariwith R. & H. spot-"--V: •' light"..,.^1095 1939 STUDEBAKER club COVE'S.- R6dib and htr. :-">Nieb' 865 1936 CHEV. Mastdr sedan', a •g'aOd running car for ':-' thisf-pricfe 475 1932 CHEV. ;sedan,"one-iOf thecleane.'st in town...... 225 Our, objefcf: Tf*'offer youi the-cleanest -Used ears.;at-the 'lox ^est prices ^in the'fcounty. ^'Mi'si^itatel^.^^ai? ''The .H$me\<5f Fine ;ysed CaVs" • " gfltzc CHECK .OUR PRICES ''47 Hadson^ Commodore-, sedani '46 Hudson Commodore sedan. ^•'41 Hudson Deluxe club coupe. •-~'4i^.'fauds6ft'jdelu5ce'^fcfan; '• '41 Chevrolet-sedani-.v.,-, , , '40 Nash" sedan. '34 Ford sedan. , ' '. ^ P-B MOTORS 1045 So. State,St.,. Ukiah. 97tfc MOTORCYCLE FOB SALE-r'1939 Harley "61" overhead. Phone 168- Wi 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. daily. , 99t3c FOB $ALE.— 1941 Chev. V4-ton pickup. Phone 1113-R. 99t3c FOB SALE --1941 Pontiac sedan- ette streamliner, dean, good,mechanical condition and good tiresl Has rddio, heater and defroster. Really, a fine buy. Call 689-J, or see at 1080 W. Church St. - 98t3p THE. KEY SPOT Keys, locksmith,, guns, saddles, awnings, general repairing, leather ?ind sporting, gbods, garden plo'wing, lawn mowersharp- eiiing. Phone 937 -W, .110 W, Clay, Ukiah. , 3-18-2mc WILL SHARE 5-room house, near Calpella, with older couple.i Joe Friti, Rte.-1, Box 144. Redwood Velley^ . 99t3p 5i FEIBUSCH CONSTRUCTION CO. Commercial, Industrials Residential and Concrete. Construction For free estimates call 1126rM or vwrite P.O. Box 33, Ukiah. . 96tfc A. G. Kessinqer WELL DRILLING 581 No: tidxa. Ph. 627-B. ^ 20tfo Velmo's Child Care LEAVE your chiiaren while you shop, dine or daflce.-Boarding. Phone 924-W, 404 Clara Ave. eotfc GUILTY! —-yes, We have been accused of Producing the World's Finest Quality EXTRACTS, SPICES, MEDI- CqJES, COSMETICS, HOUSEHOLD and Farm Line Prod- uncts; "The best has long since been.proved to be the cheapest in the long run.' As 'a result, more and more customers are trading with us. • •- • :.THE J. R. WATKINS CO. . OLDEST— LARGEST ' - , 80-year-old — $15,000,000 concern , 150 Branches — 15,000 Dealers Your Dealer: . ' TED TAT. MITCHELL ' • Rte. 1, Box 75, Uki&h Phone 10-Jr3 • .' :.••> \: ...-g-lmlp ABCHITECTUBAL DBAFTING- John Wilson. 610 McPeak St,.. . SOtfc Real Dependability IN USED CARS Is what you're offered when . you buy at Cox & Ford, USED CAR LOT 301.80. State St. , Phone S77-W, . 96tfo FOB SALE— 1937 2-dOor Plymouth sedan with 1940 motor, $450. EmU, J. Vidas, Rte. 2, Box 752-A, Ukiah. 98t3p 1935 Chevrolet coac^ 1936 Pontiac sedan. • 1939 Olds business coupe. 1937 GMC truck. 1936 Plymouth sedan. 1934 Chevroletc oupe. 1935 Stude sedan. Vevoda Motor Soles School & Smith. Ph. 370-W 86tfc FOB SALE ^1937 cab-over-engine, 10-wheel job, $795. See Dan Cohen, pnone 679 or 933-W. 97tfc USED TRUCK Bargains '41 Chev tractor with '46 270 GMC motor, 5531 Brown Lipe, 25-ft; round hose semi, vac. brakes. '39 GMC tractor with 308 motor, butane equipped; P-B MOTORS INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 1045 So: State St.. Ukiah. ' 88tfc-fp BOOK MA-TCHES — Personal er ^or business, Prder fronv, the ' Redwood- Journal, ..- iOttc PHYSlO-THEBAP'i' r - lYour Program for.HealUi and Beauty START TODAY! Treat Yourself to Better ftealth and a Lovely Figure;. ' • Thousands have obtained gratifying results >.f for ,the -relief' of • Arthritis, 'Neuritis,- Lumbago, Sciatica, Palsy, Muscular Soreness, Sprains, Figure Slenderiz- ng. . Electro-Vapor Baths' . Swedish Massage • Jeromatic Spot Reducing- ••••'•> • • Exereyde'.h . '•• -.I'-iy^.. . Contourette Slenderator ' > Infra-Redv . 20 Years' Experience Through This Modern Scientific MctHod Special Rates on Courses , . EDITH E. BELL, ManeuM Member Ma'cPadden Health Assn. n05 N. Oak St., Phone 218: • 971me The Sport Cente^ 255 Nol'th State : i • HAS everything for the,athlete, the hunter, the fisherman. . .', Football shoes, gym shoes, ath^ Wtic supplies,! hunting clothes, shotguns.- i22 rlfies, air rijUgs, am'mjnition SONOMA MATTRESS WORI of Cotati, Calif. Let us convert that old mattress into • a' modern innerspring. Bo* springs rebuilt. New . innersprings and box springs made( to order. E'er information CsQ Ukiah Rug Cleaners,, phOne 72'if-W.' • '-' Vr83tfc FOB SALE —1942 DeSoto sedan, good buy. See- Dan Cohen, ph. 679 or 933-W. 78tfc FOB SALE — 1941 Studebaker Commander Deluxe; has radio, heater; good condition; $50 less than book. Call 13-R-l, Ukiah. 78tfc BUY . SELL - TRADE THBOUGH THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNS For Renr F^'^BESnF— A^l^taiSir 'sintab^ fbr 2. Phone 80-R, Ukiah. 99tfc FOB BENT — Cabins for men. Kitchen,shower, electric, gas, phone service; in Ukiah. Sealey beds. Phone'1017-W. . '99t3c; Wcinf ed to Rent WANTED' — 4f.or 5 -room house, care guaranteed. Will dO; minor repairs and improvements. Write John Doyle, Box 138, Potter Valley. 96t6p WANTED -r- 2-b6drbom Or more house to lease; renf; or buy. Prefer lease. Appreciate a'rty information; Please call Mr. Bren- nto, manager telephone company; 840. 3/18mlp WANTED- TO BENJP— Apartineht, cottage or house for one adult, peirmanent. Call Uklah.l. 97tfx HOUSE OB APT. WANTED — ifurn or unfurn,, by middle-aged couple, no children. Man is rep- resebtative of large eqiiipt. firm, wants td move hdqrs. from San ' Francisco to Ukiah; References. Please phone Cober at Redwood , Journal if can assist. 99t3c Radio Repairing ONE-DAY service on all types of home OP auto radios. PAUL O. NITSCH State gr- Clay. Phr 47-^ J. : • • • -• 75tfe HOLZ CO. has available at,their disposal a Pumping Engineer who will be able to offer any help in .your pumping or Irrir gation problems, no matter how _ large or small. ,59tfc 4 4 ... t TROUBLED WITH Lame Bock, Stiff Neck or Muscles, Arthritis Nervous Disorder? . y • , :,. .TRY .' ; Scientific Massage T. CASSELLA Masseur Cslpella, Calif. Seffo GENERAL HAULING—12-ft. flatbed with racks. Phone 13rJ-4. 3-lmlp SEPTIC TANKS & CESSPOOLS pumped. Modem equipment. No mileage charge. . i Phope TiJpper Lake.J2, between 8 a.m. and ,6 p.m., or virrite P.O; Box 220. Upper Lake. . A- BPSILVA ' ''-^dtfis LEAVING "rOWKT— Hav «"toia5 List with StroUt'. ' ' • ^imi ROOFING AND INSULATION our specialty. Johns-ManviUe prod? ucts; po job too big, n<me too small. Herman, Runkel. Ph.. 101 LABELS .—p For wine .bottles or other purposes, plain or, fan?;y; wide selection to choose from. The Redwood Journak

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