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PAGE EIGHT DISPATCM PaMOCRAT, UKTAttl CAClFORKfIA UKIAH METHODIST CHURCH Charles G. Llndemann, Minlstar Smith ant) Pine • 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School. We have classes for all ages—children, youth and adults. Morning worship at 11. Rev., Lindemann will deliver the message. Special mu^lc by the vested choir. : At 6:30, Intermediate Youth Fellowship in the educational unit. Seventh and eigth grade age children Invited. • At 7:30, Senior Youth Fellowship in church parlor. All high school age youth, or over, are. in' vited. Choir rehearsal Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the church.' We maintain a nursery where small children may be left in competent care while their parents attend the morning worship. Tlie "Church of the Chimes" invites you. Chinese Evangelist Here Sunday Eve* CALPKLLA COMMUNITY CHURCH 10 a.m.—Sunday school, IVTrs. Benbacli, superintendent. REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS : Will meet Sunday, 11 a.m., at 744 South Oak street for church school, followed by preaching by Marvin Homer. The subject will be: The Seer of Palmyra, ' —Isi. 29:10-14. With Seed to Succeed, —Isi. 59:21. Received from the Angel, —Zech. 2:1-4. The Gospel we need. —J. W. Lea. For P(^ppy Day MRS. DORIS LU. naiive evangelist of China, is to Spsalc Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at the First Baptist church, ^he was bom in Australia and studied at the Bible Institute of Los Angeles and has an unusual background of expsiience in China, having worked for eight years in an aggressive evangelistic effort. She is highly rocommend- ed as giving a clean-cut presentation of the problems and opportunities facing the present- day native church of China. VETERANS OF TWO world wars make the small red poppies which will be sold here by the American Legion auxiliary on May 22, Instruments Reeorded - UKIAH GOSPEL TABEHNAJILE ASSEMBLY OF GOD Smith and Barnes Sts. J. R. Edgar, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 a.m. Morning services—11 a.m. Children's Church~6:S0 p.m. Young People's Meeting — 6:30 p.m.. Revival houi>—7:45. Tuesday Bible Study—7:15 p.m. Friday Cottage Prayer Meeting —7:45 p.m. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Corner Bush & Henry Sabbath (Saturday) services: 9:30 a.m.—Sabbath School; 11 a.m. —Inspiring, enlightening Bible sermon. The Wednesday night prayer service hour will be given over to a Bible lecture by the pastor. CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICES Father Adrian Sharkey, Pastor Father Roger Anderson Father Dunstau Ka^ne Perkins and Bush Sts. ^ each Sunday at S:30 and 10 a.m. St. Albert's Convent Chapel, West Church street. Mass each Sunday at 7 a.m. St. Francis, Hopland. Mass first Sunday at 9 a.m. Other Sundays, mass at 10:15. St. Brigid's, Calpella. Mass first Sunday at 10:15. No mass second Sunday. Other Sundays at 9 a.m. State Hospital, Talmage. Third Sunday, njass at 9 a.m, Indian Rancherias St. Joseph's. First Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. St. Dominic's. Second Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. St. I'rancis. Second Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. St. Pai;rick's. Fourth Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Steiert Hall Sunday school, 10 a.m. Sacrament meeting, 11 a,m,, conducted by C, A, Call, branch president. Fireside chat at 7:30 p.m. Primary, Thursday at 3:30 p.m. Relief society, Thursday af 2:30 p.m. PHILO METHODIST CHURCH Mrs, A. H. Brown, Superintendent Sunday school at 10 a.m. Worship service at 11 a.m. Ladie.-!' Aid, the first and third Thursdays. REDWOOD VALLEY SERVICE Sunday school every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Warren Enzler, superintendent, Classes for all ages. Church services each third Sunday morning. Elbert Holland will preach at 11 o'clock. You will be welcomed. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES "As the Father raiseth up the dead, and quickeneth them; even so the Son quickeneth whom he wiU" (John 5:21). Tliis is the golden text for the Christian Science lesson-sermon for Sunday, April 25. The subject is Probation After Death. Included in the sermon are the following citations: Acts: "Why should it be thought a thing incredible with you, that God should raise the dead?" (26:8). Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy: "When it is learned that disease cannot destroy life, and that mortals are not saved from sin or sickness by death, this understanding will quicken into newness of life" (p. 426). Located — Oak and Church streets. Heading room open 2 to 4 p.m., Tuesdajls, Thursdays and Saturdays. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. APRIL 7, 1948 DEEDS , LoUise.R. Ball to J. M. New! gard, land in Albion. j Chauneey Mulock et ux to Ghauncey Mulock et ux, land in T23N B17W, appliciation to appropriate unappropriated water. Mack Lancaster ^t ux to A E Akselsen, land in lot 23' of Wallach subdn. Hose Greenwald to Arvid Thorton, land in, lot :120 of Yokayo rancho. A Lucchesi' et al to Oliver O'Quest et ux, land in Ukiah. Mabel Brown to Max'Watson, land in lot 40 T23N R13W. E W Freeman et ux to Christian Meyer, land in T18N R18- 17W. Robert Coi-bett et ux to Alexander Dyer et ux, land in 'TIBN R14W. Alexander Dyer et ux to Robert Schenck et ux, land in T18N R14W. Palle Anderseii et ux to D M WiUis et ux, land in TX6N 917W. Thos Franklin et ux to Forrest Hughes et ux, land in lot 24 of Jones Add, Ukiah. Harold. Cook et ux to Isabelle Meek, land in Cleone. Graydon Milton et ux to Henry Stoll et ux, land in lot' 103 of Yokayo rancho. Delmar Goforth et al to Henry Stoll et ux, land in Yokayo rancho. William Kothgassner et al to Lucien Tyler et' ux, land in T12N RIOW. Snider et ux, land .in Ukiah. m Gibbons to William Huff et ux, iand in. Willits. DEEDS OP TRUST Bernard Speirs et al to Mendo Cd Title Co, trustee for Thomas season. Coughlin,'land'in T13,N RllW. Poppied Arrive For Poppy Day Sale • Memorial poppies which the ipeoplp of Ukiah, will. wear' in honor of the war dead on Poppy Day, Saturday, May 22^ have been received by Lewis White Unit No. 76 ot-th'6 American Legion AuxilJ- |_-ary,.' The" shipment came fromi] 'Ypuntyilfe ..,iVeteran9i h osp i ta 1, where;'', tii'^. littjle' red, flow'ers werd ma^e.bjf^jdisab/edvetferansof: both w ,o »;ld, woi'Ei;WqrJctpg- under supervision of »the dSalifomia.departipent of ithe '.auxiliai-y. , ' ' "Making tliese flowers has piro- vid^d viitteresting lemploy^ment for veterpns at the l ^ospitE |l'' tju 'dur^ ing .the winter and spring months," explained Mrs. Elise Figone, Poppy chairman of the auxiliary unit. "It has helped keep their, hands and minds busy, relieving them of long hours of tedium and contributing its occupational therapy value toward their recovery. "Poppy making has given these veterans the encouraging experience of being able to earn mo.iey again, often after many months of idleness. TheV are paid by the auxiliary for each poppy they make and are able to earti helpful amounts during the poppy-making Much of, the money is sent .William Hansen to ^Mendo Co home by the, veterans to help sup their Wives: and ^chi.dr^."'^ Wallach subdn.. , ; I Russell Miller.'et ux to Mendo tion, Fbrt Bragg. Sale to take Go Title Co, trustee for Coast Nat place at oflicfes of Norman John- Bk in Fort Bragg and First Nat son, Fort Br'flgg. Bk of Cloverdale, land in T13N NOTICE OF DEFAULT „^ Mendo Co Title Co to Charles A,? ?^ <=ti r^-"" ni! r *,° Collins et ux, deed of trust. Am, trustee for Bk Am, lanjl in, ' Ukiah North Add. MORTGAGES George Daut et ux to Rdwd Emp Prod Cr Assft, poultry located on the George Daut ranch NE of Ukiah. J L McNei)! et ux to Rdwd Emp Prod Cr Assh, livestock, 1948-4950-51 crops, located on Circle X ranch, Flemming ranch, and BiUy, Dan .ranch. Potter Valley and So of BoonvUle, Edwin Carlson et al -to 'Elmer Evans et ux, merchandise and stock in trade of Evan's 'variety Store at Fort Bragg. -, RELEASES OF MORTGAGtS Rdwd Emp Prod Cr. Aagij-Jo J. E. Ewing et ux. .= t^r' Same 'to Wlliiam Muir et:i^. Same to R M Waddel ^t'ux.l Same to James Fisher. ' Same to Forrest MacBonald et CLAIM OF LIEN Fort Bragg Co-Op, Ihc to Alvin Culver, majerials, $571.44. NOTICE OF COMPLETION Fort Bragg Un Schl Dist, Frank Crane, contractor, completion of classroom building at Rockport school. Lucien Tyler et ux to William J BILL OF SALE FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH (Missouri Synod) (Services held temporarily in Episcopal Guild hall) Morning worship each Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday school following the service. Youth instruction: Tuesdays and Fridays at 4 p.m. Louis C. Marting, pastor, 302 Observatoi-y avenue. Plione 926-M. THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Richard A. Van der Las, D.D. Minister Morning worship at U o'clock. Sunday school at 9:45. Brief choir rehearsal at 10:45 at the manse. Nursery for small children during the worship hour at the manse. Th^ subject of the morning sermon will be: A Difficult Christian Ai-t. A practical and helpful message for all Christians. We extend a cordial welcome to all who worship with us. The session will meet at the close of the service to confer with any who may wish to join our fellowship. BOONVILLE METHODIST Worship service, 7:30 p.m. Morning service at Philo at 11. W.S.C.S. meets the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. HOME MISSIONARY CHURCH Opposite Airport Pastor, H. M. Bisby Sunday school, 10 a.m. Morning worship, 11 a.m. Evangelistic service, 7:45 p.m. Tuesday worship, 7:45 p.m. Friday worship, 7:45 p.m. Everybody welcome. Come and worship our God together. The church with a hearty welcome. ASSEMBLY OF GOD—BoonvUle M, D. Lancaster •Sunday services: Sunday school at 10 a.m.; morning worship at 11 o'clock; evening evangelistic at 7:45; Wednesday Bible study at 7:46p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Oak and Smith Sts. Leonard G. Brown, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Church school of over 20O. We have a class for every age group, and an interesting program each week. 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship hour. The pastor will again be in the pulpit after a week away from Ukiah. Special music by the choir. 7 p.m.—Young Peoples Society. 8 p.m.—Evening Service of Worship. Mrs. Lu, Chiense missionary, v/iU speak at this service. 8 p.m. Wednesday — Prayer Hearing aids, a nursery foi' children under six, and a Cordial Welcome to Alll HOLY TRINITY EPISCOPAL Rev. H. G. Witt, Vicar Sunday services: Holy communion, 8 a.m.; Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.; morning prayer, 11 a.m. THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Richar'^ Van der Las, D. D, Minister Moi-ning worship at 11 o'clock. Special music by the vested choir. The subject of the sermon-will be The Unknown Hour. Does God keep His own counsel about some things? Can the fhiite set dates for the Inllinite? Sunday school at 9:45. Nursery for small children at the manse, sponsored by the Seven-Thirty Club. There is a hearty welcome for all who worship with us. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oran Bollinger, Minister 210 North School St. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.—^Mrs. L. H. Foster, superintendent. Mornins worship. Subject, Lovest Thou Me? Christian Endeavor at 7. Separate meetings for adults, young people and juniors. Margie Vinson will lead discussion of the topic, Ways of Meeting Boys and Girls. Evening worship at 8. Subject, The Good Shepherd. This will be a special service, with the message built around the 23rd Psalm, and the picture of the Good Shepherd, which will be shown as a part of the worship service. Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening at 8. Choir pr£.: *ice Thursday evening at 8. Kothgassner et al, land in T12N R9W. DECREE OF DISTRIBUTION Est of William Jolmson, deed, undivided V4 int to Anna Johnson, land in T19N Rl'^W. SETTLE FINAL ACCOUNT Est of R E Donohoe, deed, land in McCowen Add to Ukiah, undivided l/5th to Lydia Williams and remaining 4/5ths to Martin Donolioe. NOTICE OF ACTION Dennie Willis et al vs Theresa Longlknd, admin Est of Ernest Longland, deed, land in Long Val Manor. DEEDS OF TRUST Carrie Kirk et al to Thomas Cleland et al, trustee for H O Cleland, land in Ukiah. Arvid Thoren to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and Rose Greenwald, land in Ukiah. Henry Stoll et al to Arch McDonald et al, trustee arid Delmar Goforth et al, iand in lot 103, Yokayo rancho. , CHATTEL MORTGAGES/ Henry Stoll et ux to Ukiah Lmbr Mills, equipment used in business known as Ukiah Lmbr Mills, Ukiah. Henry Stoll et ux to Mendo Planing Mill, equipment used in business know as Mendo Planing Mill, Ukiah, RECONVEYANCES Mendo Co Title Co to Paul Poulos et al, deed of trust. Mndo Co Title Co to Irving Blass et ux, deed of trust . Corp Am to Alxander Dyer et ux, deed of trust. ' Corp Am to Thos Franklin et ux, deed of trust. ABSTRACT OF JUDGMENT Crofts & Anderson vs A H Harrison et al, total amount $51'. SATISFACTION OF JDGMNT D R Snelson et al vs Yolla EoUy Lmbr Co et al. ASSIGNMENT -Dolores Conklln to Charles Salvador et ux, land in T18N R17W. BILLS OF SALE Ukiah Lmbr Mills to Henry Stoll, machinery, equipment and personal prop located at Ukiah Lmbr Mills. Mendo Planing Mill to Heni-y Stoll, personal prot)erty, machinery and equipment used at Mendo Planing Mill, Ukiah. APRIL e, 1948 « DEEDS Ethel Whited to R C J Ritschel et al, land in Willite. Alvah French et ux to O O Barker, land in T22N R14W. Hugh Miller to Ellen Miller, land in Fort Bragg. Henry Steinhofler et ux to James Harris et ux, land in T18N R18W. Ralph Reeves et ux to Florence Gillespie, land in T18N R18W. Ethel Whited et al to Fred Tomingas, land in T22N R13W, Richard Callaghan et ux to Milton Kerchenko, land in T21N R15W. Thomas Coughlin to Bernard Speirs et al, land in T13N RllW. W R Holman et al to Ruby Honeywell, land in T15N R14W, Ruby Honeywell to W R Holman, land in T15N R14W. Mrs Ermal John et vir to Ross Beits et ux, land in T21N R15W. John Wailaeh tt ux to William Hansen, land in Wallacli subdn. Andy Closs et ux to Duane Elmer Evans et ux to Edwin Carlson et al, property, knovra as Evan's Variety Store, Fort Bragg. AGREEMENT FOR SA.LB ' L L TTine et ux to RH,Reeves et ux, land in ^18N mlVf. APRIL 9, 1948 , DEEDS Mabel Merrifteld et al to M Shields, land in Point Arena. Samuel Johnson toO O Barker land in T15N RlfiW. Gustave Goertz et al to O O Barker, land in T15N R16W. Albert HofiEman to O O Barker, land in T15N R17W. ' R C W DeDeaux to O O Barker, land in T15N R16W. 7 Clifford Watkins to O O Barker, land in T15N R16W. Violet Bedwell to O O Barker, land in T5S R2E. Cecil Mooers to O O Barker, land in T15N R16W. Naomi Trick to O O Barker, land in T15N R16W. ' Robert Fawcett et al to O O Barker, land in T15N R16W.. W R Ford to Robert McGarvey, land in T16N R13W, Freda Ford to Robert McGarvey,, VS int in land in T16N. i TIMBER AGREEMENT J R Piper et ux to Diamantine Bros, Inc, right to remove all timber situated' on lands in T13N R15W.' ORDER CONFIRMING SALE Est of Minnie Lilley, detd, to Mai Coombs, land in T24N R17W. PENDENCY OF ACHON . Laine Tilford vs D C Smith, .admin de bonis non of Est of Amos Hardin, deed, land in 'J'21N R16W. DEED OF TRUST , U F Hamblin et ux to Bk Am, trustee and, Cora Magruder, land in North Add to Fort Bragg". MORTGAGE Mendo Devel Co to De Lucca & Son, tractor. APRIL 10, 1948 DEEDS Caspar Lmbr Co to William Stege et ux, land in T18N R17W. James Harris et ux • to Elmer Evans et ux, land in T18N R17W. Le Roy Windlinx et ux to F J Windlinx, land in Fort Bragg. Thomas / shurst et ux to J O Sutton, lanu in T23N R17W. QUIETING TITLE Robert Parker et al vs D C Smith, admin est of Mary McPeak, deed, land in Uldah. ASSIGN WHOLE ESTATE Est of Letezio Benedetti, deed, land in an undivided Mt interest. Fort Bragg, to Aml'etp Benedetti, surviving spouse. ASSIGNIVIENT OP DEED .. Fred Gordph et ux t'^ Herbert Scott, Sr et lix, deed of trvist. MORTGAGE" Roy Sjolund et ux to 'Harry Schneider et ux, land in lot 2 of Jansen tract. PARTIAL RELEASE OF MTGE S W Watson et al to W A Ford, truck, shovel, etc, used at business known as Ford Gravel Co. ASSIGNMENT ' S W Watson et al to Laurence Mustard et al. TIMBER CONTRACT H V Wall to Robert Hoffman Associates, timber located on land in T19N R15W. NOTICE OF' INTENDED SALE . Matt Sipila to Edward Hillj equipment used in business known as Matt Sipilas' Unon Service Sta- Apiil J2. 1948 DEEDS Ed Sipila et ux to Jonas Koi visto et ux, land in T18N R17W. Ernest Nolte et ux to Andy Swartzbaker et ux, land in Ukaih. Arthur Westerberg to Charles Westerberg, Jand in T18N R17W. Jaipes Hotell et al to Clarence' Brockman et ux, land in T13N R14W. Abell Lodge No 146 F&AM to A C Richey, land in lot 5, blk 12 Masonic Cemetery, Ukiaii. John Stansberry et ux to Dale Elliott et ux, land in WlUits. (. Irving Bliss et ux to PG&E, )ahd in Sanel rancho. E H Maize et ux to Clement Cannon et ux, land in Alberta tract, .tiiVictbr .Vafain^ et ux to H Mallory et ux, land in T19N R17W. Ferdinand Lauteren et al to Earl Owens et ux, land iti T17N RllW, Sterlign Norgard et ux to Erwin Burke et ux, lana in lot ,71, Yo kayo rancho. Sterling Norgard et ux to jay Grandee et ux, land in lot 71, Yo­ kayo rancho. Sterling Norgard, et ux to Ralph •Grigsby, land in lot 71, Yokayo "rancho. Ralph Grigsby to A H Tovms end, land in Yokayo rancho. John Marshall et ux to T .Read et ux, land in, Ukiah. Union Lmbr Co to Robert Allan et ux, land in T18N R15W. Antonio Pirinoli to Carnie Mangini et ux, land in Fort Bragg. Frank Rogina et al to Lester EUiset ux, land in T15N. R12W. Chris Lucas et ux to J H Turner, land in Ulciah. Evelyn Turner to J H Turner, land in Ukiah. j Stanley Norton et al to Knowles Emerson et al, land in T17N RllW, PINAL DISTRIBUTION Est of Alice Thomas, deed, land in T15N R13W distributed to'l Marin Thomas, also personal property. DEEDS OF TRUST Dale Elliott et ux to Mendo Co Title Co", trustee and Bk WiUts, land'in Willits. John Stansberry et ux to Mendo Co TiUe Co, trustee and Bk Wil- .Uts, land in WUltis. Ervin Burke et ux to Corp Am, land in lot 71 of Yokayo rancho. Ralph Grigsby to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and Strling Norgard, land in olt 71 of Yokayo rancho. Carnie Mangini et ux to F O Albertson et al as trustee and Louis Filosi et ux, land in Fort Bragg. Lester Ellis et ux to Harry Falk, Jr et al, trustee and Anthony Gerhart et ux, land in T15N R12W. J H Turner to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and Chris Lucas et Ux, land in Ukiah. Knowles Emerson et al to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and ' Jessie Brunner. land in T17N RllW. RECONVEYANCES -Mendo Co Title Co to Thomas Franklin et ux, deed of trust. Angelo Penitent! et al to Antonio Pirinoli, deed of trust. LEASE . Empire Rdwd Co to Douglas- Guardian Warehouse Corp, land in TllN R15W. AGREEMENTS FOR SALE Edward Gregg et ux to liouie Ghiossi, land in T18N R17W. Edward Gregg et ux to W E Van Horn, land in T18N R17W. CERTIFICATE OF AMOUNT Leslie Goble to St Calif, dba Andy's Place, amount due, $170.04. APRIL, 13. 1948 DEEDS Theodore Pieper to Ralph Bellows et ux, land in T18N R17W, Marian Bu.sby to Nicholas Kud- rovefl et al, land in T15N R16W. Edith Pastori et vir to Albert Domenichelli, land in T15N R17W. ..J, Katsulakis.,,t<? O O .Barker, land in T15N R16W.' Clairence Smith to O O Barker, land in T15N R17W. Hard Work Put In SaturdayClubShow .The success of Saturday Afternoon clubfs Black Face, Revue, April 17th, was not due to anything but hard work and the coordinated effort of a lot of people who gave a lot of time to it, membexs of the committees said this, week in summing up the hnanclal; and artistic results of Saturday night's entertaining minstrel show. ' • '-Torn i'ranklin, who wrote the script and started the,.ball rolling, was transferred to Kansas City in tl^e: midst thereof and nhe 'cast felt rudderless for •a,:;time until by' sheer .determination a»d good will they whipped the ,thing together, Mrs, Jack Croudge was given great credit fpr managing the show under 'difficulties and Leslie Miller for his directorial assistance. Club members spent many an hour making the wigs. Wayne Hoover gave valuable assistance. Mrs. J. D. Branson pasted on the polka dots and made the amusing crepe paper neckties. Harley Branson, whose Basin Street Blues was one of the hit numbers, brought experience to the show from his earlier experience singing with an orchestra, and Jack Qoudge, Robert O'Day and the Willits trio were not amateurs, on t})e st^gei Financial returns from: the production had not been announcd, but committee i)[ien)bers said -there was a gratifying attendance to help toward acquiring a grand piano for the Qlubroom, Sluggers Win Double Slate Talmage Gains Two Wins As Pitchers For Lodi Fold It was two 'Wins in a row for Foggy Ottosen's Talmage Sluggers as the trimmed the Lodi Wine Oviil4 club 10 to 6 In a Saturday contest and literally ploughed them under to the tune of a 21 to 6 score In thejr,Sunday encounter at th^ Talmage ball park. The visitors'were seemingly limited to ,6 theif njaximiun, figure for rims iri both games. The Slug- gws, on the other hand, raised the dount.to 21 runs Sunday and had the fans wondering if the scorer was Chalking up basketball, or if it was really the diamond sport they were watching. , In the second game Sunday, the Sluggers hit consistently in the clincl^es and took advantage of several Wine Guild errors to pile up the one-sided score, with Seven and Openshaw sharing the mound assignment. The Lodi pitching wilted and folded early under the Slugger barrage. RONALD BRUCE HUNT, seven, r«covering in Univexsity of California hocpital from a delicate heart operation, ii looking forward to coming back soon to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hunt of Spring street. His grandparents. Mr, and Mrs. Herman Runkel, will welcome him back, and there is rejoicing in Cummings, where his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hunt, live. Lodi Wine Guild— 8 AB De Benedetti, rf, p_....| 4 Zuppo, 2b.... E. Brown, 2b- Mettler, cf.^.-.. Mendez, c .... Clark, 3b Classen, If J; Brown, ss._ Atkins, lb..l.._ Krohn, p .. Kelly, p_.„j._. Melby, p...;. Smith, p— 1 3 3 4 ! .._.| 4 I ._...[ 4 I 4 I _._.| 4 I .._.| 2 I ._.(• 0 I 0 1 ....|'l H I 2 I 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 I 0 I 0 I 0 0 I 0 0 I 0 Totals • —135 I 6 I 6 Talmage Sluggers—21 L. Valentini, ss.. Laviletta, lb Harmon, If. D. Meyers, If.. V AB H H 6 I 21 1 5 I 2 I 2 Ope.nshaw, 3b, p_ Harding, cf_._ Guidi, cf... 2 1 0 4 I 2 Ottosen, rf, 2b.... Bartolomei, c Mosna, c Spencer, 2b Severi, p.. 5 •I 1 .1 4 •I 6 I 2 1 3 4 1 3 1 2 4 REDWOOD VALLEY P.T.A. HEARS GUEST SPEAKERS Guest speakers in the Parent Education group discussion in Redwood Valley P.T.A. meeting April 16, were Mrs. Welch, vice president of the Uldah chapter, Mrs, A. L. Fraga and Mrs. Jack Simpson; Mrs. Ruth Dennis and Alma Rawles from the local unit and Mrs. Jay Lee Smith, char- man of the Redwood Valley chapter. stole second and scored on Smith's single. The Sluggers, attempted retaliation but were less effective, Ottosen getting a base on balls, D. Meyers a single and Boster banging out a single, scoring Ottosen. With two away in the fourth for the Wine Guild, Smith walked, De Benedetti hit a home run,, also scoring Smith, Brown was issued a base on balls, Mettler advanced to firkt after he was hit by. a pitched ball and Mendez singled, scoring Brown. Talmage had evened the score again by the end of the fifth, parf| ol the action including walks by Guidi and Boster. Valentini was safe at first in the same inning on a fielder's choice with Guidi scoring. Laviletta singled, scoring Boster. De Benedetti came back in the sixth for the visitors with a single and scored on an error, putting Lodi in the lead 6 to 5. In the last half of the sixth, Openshaw led off with a walk, Ottosen singled, Mosna got a base on balls, Severi walked forcing in Openshaw. Spencer was hit by a pitched ball, forcing Ottosen. Baird singled, scoring Spencer and Mosna. The final count for the Sluggers was 10. Boster was relieved on the mound in the fifth inning after allowing 5 runs and 5 hits and walking 5 men. Baird continued, giving up 1 run, 4 hits and 1 base on balls. Smith, starting pitcher for Lodi, TO VISIT:AUXILIARIES District Presidenr .rane Isnard, of the American Legion Auxiliary wiU make her fi'naf official visits of the year to northern units in Fortuha, F^rndale, Eureka and Crescent City this.week. She will be. accpmpariied by Ellen Taylor of Fort Bragg. - HELEN SMITH HERE Miss Helen Smith of the nursing staff of St.'Mary's hospital in San Francisco, is spending a two weeks vacatiop with her parents,' Mr. and Mrs, H. J. Smitli'of Talmage.- Mrs. Smith drove to the city• Monday aind .brought her daughter back for,the visit. • Lakepprt 'reports a' total .rainfall for the! season of 22,03 inches. allowed 5 runs, 5 hits arid'4 ba on balls i ' 0 Saturday summary: ' Lodi Wine GuUd—6 De Benedetti, rf, ss.._ E. Brown, 2b_.4_—1 Mettler, cf Mendez, c Clar, 3b_....:..:. Malby. If- Classen, If.. AB R H J. Brown, ss, p_ Atkins, lb.........„ Cronan, rf;. Smith, p L 5 3 3 5 5 3 -1,2 ..| 4 3 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 I 0 I I'J 11 Total. ...|36 I 6 I 9 TeJmage Sluggers—10 Valentini, ss.'..... Laviletta, lb. Openshaw, 3b.. Bai'tolOnriei, c:.l.......... Ottosen,.rf, If Mosna, cf. Meyerst If—, Severi, rf........ . Harding, cf ...... Guidi, cf. Spencer, 2b .... Baird, p. AB R -I 6 I 0 -I 6 I 0 -I 4 I 1 5 0 4 3 .-.| 1 1 1 2 f 0 -1 1 I 1 I 0 1 I 0 I 0 1 2 I 0 I Boster, p 1 | 1 | 1 Totals |38 |10 2 f 0 , Valentini,-2b, 3b.. Baird, rf 0 2 •i 3 I 1 I •I 1 I 0 Totals .-|48 |21 |23 Scoring started very favorably for the Lodi club in the Saturday event when the visitors led 5 to 1 at the end of the fourth inning. Dp Benedetti, leading off for the visitors, doubled, went to third on aty error and scored on a long fly to left field. Scoring next was J, Bro^wn, who got a base on balls. Thomas Grace et al to Grace Bros, Inc, land in Ukiah, Ernest Abert et ux to PG&E, land in T21N RllW. Georgina ' Edwards to PG&E, land in T12N RllW. MORTGAGES W A flickey et al to Bk Am, tractor, blade, dper, hoist. DeBon and Garoutte to Bk Am, tractor with equipment, etc. Ernest Pence et ux to Rdwd Emp Prod Cr Assn, 1948-49-50-51 crops grown on property known as Old Folton place, east of Willits. PARTIAL RELEASE OF MTGE Bk Am to Roy Stoddard et al. NOTICE OF CLAIM OF LIEN Uoyd Bittenbender to Wade Burger et al, construction of bldg on land, in Ukiah. NOTICE OF DEFAULT , Lester Cghill et ux, deed of trust. and so are Greyhound fares If your "target" is the best service at lowest cost, you can't miss by Greyhound! It's your best bet for convenience, dependabDity and real travel pleasure. There Are No Lower fares! SAN FRAMCrSCO $1.8S TORTIAND EUREKA 2.60 RENo' SACRAMENTO 2.65 lOS ANGELES «8.85 •4 .90 6.70 ADOITIONAt SAVINGS ON ROUND TRIP FARES T. W. POULOS MAPLE CAFE PHONE 86. Sead "Oreyhnund Can Tak* You Anywhen" the April ittue of Coronet K GREyHOIINd 1

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