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ij .'tntDAY, APRIL, 30. IMS ^ I; iO, 20, 30, 40, 50 - YEAES AGO..„ Instruments Recorded TEK YEARS AGO May 6. 1938 Governor Frank Merriam, had promised to set aside immediately, the sum of. $25,000 for .re- plJicement of th6 Eel river bridge day afternbon condemned }n no mild terms the.Sheppard amend- Wliicti was washed.. out by recent i ment to the constitution, better THIBTY YEAHS AGO Mar 3. 1818 The grape growers at their meeting in this city last Satur- „_ waters. The destrpyejl Ijridge wWn^Uilt supplanted a ferry at •ttiat Jjoint Bill Sinclair, a barber hired, to talte .care, of the shop owned by Ed Gallaber of Fort Bragg while he was recovering from a brolcen: leg, was jailed by Sheriff. Williams . on , suspicion of having cleaned out the place located at the.' l\^endocino Woodlands. • Har61d\Hiatt, formerly'of Hop- Jandj'was seriously burned at Los Angeles Wednesday in the explosion- of'an oil transformer of ..the : Los Angeles Bureau of Power & Light.. Anthony Leno, the 18-year-old son 'of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Leho of. Ultiah, \fras instantly kijled \vheA the car he .was driving missed the. bridge over Hobinson , creek'on the Boonville road arid rfiroveiover the bank. He was {nniied: in the car when it struck a tree. • • •.• • Bai 'Williams, son of Mr. arid Mrs: 'ii. B: Williams of Potter Valley, and a freshman at U.C., has' been 'awarded three medals for rifle events as a member of the university's rifle', team, the •naval reserve ofliders cbrps and the San Francisco Rifle Association: • Nihe'^y^one musicians in charge 6f; Prof J Robert Sharp, Ukiah higi;"' school instructor, are to go 1 to, %illits fbj the county music ffctlvai'on May 7. , Pete Smith of Redwood Valley ; is; enroute oh a trip to Ohio arid > Minnesota. ' 1 i? "Folks from San Francisco, Oak• ilftrid,' Fort Bragg and Ukiah at- I fended thb Finnish picnic at Red; wood Valley Sunday.' ; Bradford Williams of Potter - Valley "^vas elected editor of the Davis Aggies, Davis' agricultural ^ .college paper. I 'Passage of the $18,000,000 Civil ! Appropriations bill by congress is y ; looked upon as a life sav^r for ownei's of Russian river bpttom I T lands in Mendocino county. : Potter VSlley ind Cdvelp played ^ a' lO -iririihg baseball game at Pot- ^i'ter. Sunday which 'ended iri a 7-.7 , ; tie when cialled. *" ,1^ ^ , Cljaster Aldrich and Leo Luzze .'' of Fort Bragg will represent the Union Lumber Compa'ny in the log bucking contest at Scotia next Sunday. TWENTY YEABS AGO May 5, 1928 May 18 will be the opening date for the Ukiah chatauciua. Ar Smith, New York's favorite son, carried all but two of the 91 precincts in Mendocino county at the presidential primary of last Tuesday. ' The' Ukiah Rodeo Association is in receipt of a letter from S'ceeter Bill Robbins, that he and Dorothy Morrell will be here for the big sho'w. , E» L. Cunningham was confined to the hospital for an appendec* torny. • Herman Sagehorn, student of * tlie Willits high_ school, was seri- ^ QHsly injured when hit oh the t "h'eiid by a baseball. He is under c the care of Dr. E. C. Bennett and ^ •when he failed to respond to . treatment was taken by Dr. Benc nett: to a brain specialist in San .1 , Francisco. ' ' ,' 'A'10-pound son' was born On 1 Aprii 121 to Mr. and Mrs: Clarf ehce Prothero of Laytonville, whose father is postmaster, mayor, chief telephone operator and [ general poo bah of the Long valley metropolis. , D. P. English of Covelo is recovering from 'an attack of smallpox. John PaSero »of Redwood Valley is' convertirig his'pear orchard into a grape vineyard. JJd Brown of the Yonce ranch near Hopland was In Ukiah the early part of the weeit greparing f6r a rodeo which he will give a^, the ranch on May 13, when a number of bucking events, raping and riding stunts will be on the program. •The Ukiah High School Band made a brilliant showing Thursday night at the dress rehearsal in the grarnmar school auditorium and left the following day for Santa Rosa enthusiastic over their prospeqts of winning honors in the contest .there. , M. Raymond had tlie distinction of being the lirst patient received at the Howard Memorial Hospital after tiiat institution opened at Wilhts. Mr. Raymond was injured on the Hardin ranc^ while driving a- road scraper arid suffered a crushed foot. Dr. Raymond Babcock is attending him. 'David and Vertie Frost have purchased over 600 acres of sheep range in Redwood valley and will move their flocks from the Buckhorn range which they have had under lease. Known as the "'bone cry" ameim- ment. Frank Swett, president, and H. F. StoU, secretary of the state association, were present and their, talks contributed considerable pep to the meeting. Melvin Dillingham, son of Ed Dillingham, a prominent rancher of the Navarro ridge section, was in Ukiah this week and left with the draft contingent for Camp Lewis. Charles Scudder has sold his Ukiah restaurant to a Cloverdale party and with his-^family will leave soon for the east. The directors of the iWiHits Commercial Bank have decided to ^increase the capital stock from $2Si000 to $50,000. The bank Started about 30 months ago with nothing but their capital stock and now have assets, amounting to $200,000. Cashier H. B. 'Ram- Jiay was able to handj.e the work at-- the beginning; ••now,- H. V. Maize, of Ukiah his been employ- ied' as assistant cashier. E. ,B. d;ibson announces that the Rex Drug Store •will be open ifor business on Monday, May 6. ' Jaclc Hamman of Redwood Valley ".siiipped his household goods to IViinriesota this week and the fahiily win soon follow. " E. Martin of Redwood Valley lost 40 cords of -wood in. a brush firt •vyhich got out of control, and Frank Lolonis lost 20 cords in a like mariii^r. John Wesley Martin who came to Little Lake valley in 1887, died at his Willits home on April 27. The homes, of D. Ghigonetti and Mrs. Christina Nelson of Albion were, destroyed early Sunday morning by fire. Only the furnishings of the Nelson home were saved. y Frank Persico of Willits suffered broken ribs arid various injuries when h'is car left thev grade four miles south of Willits and turned over, panning him beneath. Leland Bergen of" Oakland and Lefa White4 of Willits were married AprU 27. the operators, Mr. Wade and Jim Dill, have handed out the .bulletins they disperse to sit;on boxes and hitching posts to listen to the old men relate with wonderfifl enthusiasm the many Ijrave'deeds done during the Rebellion. Some are still eager to start to crush the Spanish." W. C. Stoughton of Cahtb, one of the proprietors of the Layton- viUe-Cahto telephone line, ' was in Ukiah last week to obtain subscriptions to enable the company to extend its lines from Laytonville to Cahto. • Rev. Father Gleeson, who took charge of the Catholic p8rish at Ukiah %fter the death of Father O'Connor, has been compelled by ill health to resign the pajstorate. .The Ukah high school will hold gi-aduating exercises in Mark's opera house Thursday evenmg. May 12^ beginning at 8 o'clock. The followi*^g is the list of graduates: Lydia Mankins, Myriam Estes, Wat Cunningham, Nellie Thompson, Hazel Handy, May Wyckoffl, Wayne Hart, Fred Elder, Frank McPeak, Ahna Heger, Lew Van Allen, Gano Price, Ernest Rice and Joe Saunders. Tom ' Chase has rented the building at the Forks and'opened a first-class saloon. John Gschwend was in Ukiah from Christine this week and says that section is still having two or three quakes a day and the people, are becoming very much alarmed. William 'W0son and Eugene Holbrook are prospecting for gold in the wilds of Trinity county. "The prelimiriary examination of'Constable J. B. Smith of Colusa county for the klUing of Hugh Campbell occupied Justice Sullivan Saturday and Monday, and after all the evidence and arguments Smith was held to appear for Superior coQrt and his bond set at $3000. James El well, one of Ukiah's Klondikers, with his partner Julian Kelton, have 'each located claims for which they have been offered $20,000. ^ FORTY YEAHS AGO May 8, 1908 The Supreme court has granted rehearings oi two matters involving salaries of two duly elected officers. The case of A. J. Smith, constable of Little Lake township, against Auditor Mathews, for salary as constable, was tried in Superior court and won by Smith. On appeal the judgment was reversed and a petition for rehearing was lied and granted. Warren DeMerrit, duly elected marshal of the City of Ukiah, sued the city for his salary _ for the month of April, 1907, after the board had cut his pay to $10 per mcnth and appointed an executive officer at $75 per month. This case was won in Superior court, reversed on appeal and granted a rehearing.' Construction of the Snow Mountain Water & Power Company pole line south from Ukiah will begin soon and the San Francisco Gas & Electric Company will build the line from Petaluma to Talmage. , The /Evanj & Orr planing mill which was destroyed last week will be rebuilt at once. A hard fight was made at Willits by the lawless element against the reappointment of Nightwatch- man W. A. Livermore. The bell for the Point Arena Methodist church arrived by boat last week and has been installed. It weighs 716 pounds. J. C. Lane of Manchester has gone to Rawhide Nevada, y^here he has located a valuable mining claim. L. H. Burke, editor of the Willits Herald, was mari-ed in Redwood City Saturday ti. Miss Ida Van Henn. Work on the foundation of the McKinley buUding in Ukiah is about done. C. W. Heap will install a stationary mill on land on the north fork, of Daugherty creek south of Orr Springs where he has secured 10,000,000 feet of timber. A. J. Bledsoe who owns about a thousand acres ol timber land in the Boonville section is installing a shingle mill on the property. E. V. Henley, son of Judge Henley of Ukiah, was granted a certificate to practice law following examinations held by the Supreme court. Hansford Bowman of Laytonville and Mabel Roach of Westport were married at the home of R. E. Roach in Willits on May 1. Christian Education Is C.E. Rally Theme FIFTY YEARS AGO May 6, 1898 "Great groups of men and boys congregate daily about the telegraph and telephone offices of Cahto and Laytonville and eagerly await news of the war. After ; Lack of religious education is the cause of juvenile maladjustment and delinquency, Ralph McQuaid of Fresno, told Christian hSndeavor members at a potluck dinner and rally of Lake-Mendocino union in the Christian church Wednesday night, April 21. Millions of families give their children no religious training, he said and 'the principles of open confession of Christ, active service and loyal fellowship with Christian people, lacking in their background fosters instability and crime. Paul Hill of Lakeport was toastmaster for the dinner where members introduced his or her right hand neighbor. Intermediate Christian Endeavor members served the dinner for which Mrs. Mary Rust was cliairman. Red and white aprons were woi?n and tables were decorated with' red and white streamers. Nancy Rlchwine, Frances Withrow, • Bobby. York, Elbert Banks, Joyce Enzler and Ada Romer were the decorating eom.- mittee. • The Rev. Gran Bollinger led the song service with Mrs. Bollinger at the piano, Margie Vinson gave the flag race news. Raymond Tomasini of Lakeport was the lone entrant in the junior high Scripture contest. The regional elimination contest in San Rafael May 23 was anndimced by the Rev. McCash of Lakeport Christian church. Don Hill was on the program with a baritone solo The Stranger of • Galilee, accompanied by Mrs. Bollinger. Members were reminded of the Pine Cathedral Christian Endeavor summer conference, for high school students, July 10-17; for junior high students, July 17-24. Mrs. Dutton Hostess To Her Bridge Club Mrs. E. W. Dutton of 710 West Perkins street was hoste .-M Tuesday night, April 20, for the regular fortnightly meeting of her bridge club. High score winners were Mrs. Jessie Brunner and Mrs. D'ltton; Mrs. Lloyd Bittenbender took consolation prize. Mrs.'H. R. Pauli will be hostess when the club meets again on Tuesday, May 4. Others playing were Mesdames Charlotte Collins, Paul Beaufort, Stella Rae and Theresa Ray. AT RUSSELL HOME Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Russell of Walnut street had as their weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Sullivan of San Francisco. Motoring up on Sunday to join the group were Mr. and Mrs. Lairy Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. William Sullivan and Miss Dolores Sullivan, APRIL 16, 1948 :', . DEEDS Esther Nelson to John Johnson et ux, land in T5S R4E, M J PeUa;^oio to J C Pellasclo et ux, land in Poiiit Ai-ena.> BR Wilson et ux to James Porter et ux, land' in T18N R17W. Edward Ruhl et ux to Angela Murada'et uX .land in Port Bragg; George Burns et uX to Chamlan W.wd, land in Anderson 'Val."... , Northwestern • Rdwd Co, td'io- 'tfeph'-'Vinton et al, land "iri'T,22N R13W. • < ^ Leon Lafabregije to Jean 1,3- fabregue, land in T23N-Ill6Wi'v:' ~ M H HiU et ux' to M H klU et ux, land in T22N RiaW. Leland Quinlivenet ux to Ida Quinliven, land in Willits. ' Ray BowihfJn et ux to Wilson McKee et ux, land iit tJkiah North Add. Margaret Sifraonson et al ••• to Estelle- Jensen ;et ux, land .in WiUits. Danie Bedford to Prank ,Carpentca: et ux, land in part of Jot 31, Vokayo rancho. i • v. > Gordon V/agenet et ux to E(3tdile Jensen et ux, land in T18N Bl'itW. Sheldon,Kellogg et.ux to.'IJeal Camp et ux, land in Willits. Mrs. Marie Brown .to. Rotjert Atkinson et ux, land in.„tl3N RIOW. Boyd Gunter et ux to L D Arms et Ux, land in lot 1, Little Hake Land Co. Walter Price to Clarence M«di- sette et ux .land in T18N R17W. W F Smiley et ux to Htarqld Fifer et uX, land to ITISN K14W. I C Murray et iix to tifinore Fairbanks, land in TIBN R14WI George Sholin et al to R Q McCorkle et al, land in T16N R17W. R Q McCorkle et al to R Q McCorkle et ux, undir V6 int, land in T15N R17W. Gertrude Fravei to Charles Fravel et ux, land in the Willow School Dlst. ASSIGN WHOLE ESTATE Est of John Gustafson, deed, land in Fort Bragg distributed to Lydia Gustafson. DECREE QUIETING TITLE ' Laine Tilford. vs ;D C; Smith, administrator est of Amos Hardin, deed, land in T21N R16W. < , JUDGMENTS , • Bernice Moehliri vs 'Walther Urigelenk, amount not given. Wholesalers Adj BUr oi; S P vs Brice Rogers et al, amount $47S;02. DEEDS OF TRUST Frank Carpenter et uxto Mendo Co Title Co, trustee for Jesse .Cook, land in part of lot 3l, Yokayo ranchb. j. Estelle Jensen qt, ux to Mend,o' i j Joseph Hurd to Bernice Hausam et al, Svgs'Bk Mendo Co to W 1. AUenth'orp. . . Same to Albert Webb et al. Same to T C Marshburn et al. APRiL 19. 1948 DEEDS • O'.P Elphldk^.to Arthur Long- staft ei iix,, I'a'nd in,'Ukiah;; " ' Hallie ,'Bl05ser et ux to W F WhMey et • ux, land iri 'WUlits. ' • wtiiiam Vlach et 'UX vtd Rbfcert Johnston, et ux,' land inrWilUts. Eiigen 'e Berryhill et 'ux to Char, les Bartow et ux .land in WiUits. R in J Ritschel et UX to John Watson Card'et in tl8N Risw. ":: Caroline Telgard to Frank Boniface et ux, land in T18N K18W. Francis Sierck et, ux to Willis Kelley et ux, l£»nd iri lot 20, Rancho,de Sanel. Robert Tracy et xxjn to Marvin Bowen et, ux, land in Yofcayo rancho.' > . George Duflly et ux to H M Cochrane et ux,- land in UTciah. Mendocino Co Title Co to Floyd Cooney^ land in Port, Bragg.' . Mendo Co Title Co to Edward Simonds, land in Fort Bragg. ESTABLISH DEATH , Est of Arthur Rowley, deed, said deed died April 4, 194,7. Est of Edward Buss, deed, said deed died March 12, 1948. PENDENCY OF ACTION Ray Shorey et al vs Joseph Selby, land in T14N R14W. ABSTRACTS OF JUDGMENT Crofts & Anderson vs P B Hackley, Jr et al, amount $338.43. HOMESTEAD Ed-(Hrard.Loosely, land in WUlits, value of property $5000. Ukiah Garden Glub Hears Expert Talk That our gardens can be only as good as the soil in which they are grown. Was Albert Wilson's main theme when he talked to members and guests of Ukiah Garden club in Municipal clubhouse on Thursday evening, April 22nd. Wilson, who is a wellknown lecturer and garden consultant for National Broadcasting Company, prefaced his talk'by stating that all gardeners must work'oh the authority of nature and work with her materials, and enumerated the five basic principles of good gardening: first, individual soil conditions, which the good gardener + + + A FRIEND IS GONE 'x'he hearts of all tlie students of Anderson Valley Union High school are saddened deeply by the recent departure of their dear friend and bus driver, Ray Smoot. . There is not a person who is attending or has attended our school in the last 19 years that is without some tender rtiemory of Ray. He was not merely" an acquaintance, but one whose friendship will be cherished ia our hearts forever. We 'will remember always the little personal things he has done for us. He treated each of us as though we were something special to him. We were treated nice individually not simply as a bus load of kids. As a bus driver Ray Smoot has been with us for 19 yeai-s. He started driving in 1929, just four years after the high school was moved to its present site. In all of his 19 years of driving Ray missed a total of six days, with the exception of his ,recent illness. There is slight consolation for us in the fact that Ray is moving on into a. land of eternal peace and love. We know 'that he will be loved there as deeply and sincerely as he was loved here on earth. Ray Smoot will never die in our memories. He was a true friend. DONNA STRICKLAND. ^ m -ii X J. ^ v^iai'""^* understand; second, humus, ^llt "r" 4 ^,1^/ Wii-;Uhich is the prime agent of soil' production, and in this connection lits, land in 'Wmits. . , Donald Frey et ux to Mendo Cd Title Co, trustee and Bk WUlits, land in .Ukiah. • - la Neal Camp et uxto Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and Bk WUlits, land in .wauts. R Q McCorkle et al to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and George ISholiri etujc, land in T16N B17W. MORTGAGES . ' Angelo Murada et ux to Martin Qaaini et Ux, land in T18N R17W. V W Bates to Central Bank, lift truck.-, RECONVEYANCES Mendo Co Title Co to' Charles ers et ux, deed of trust. Mendo Co "Title Co to Ray Bowman et ux, deed of trust. Merido Co Title Co to Leland Bedfor det tix. Corp Am to Geoi-ge Sholha et ux, deed of ti-ust. PARTIAL REPONVEYANCE • Mendo Co Title Co to Lealnd (Quinliven et ux, deed of trust. Mendo Co 'Title Co to Sheldon Kellogg et ux, deed of trust. RELEASES OF MTGES Benjamin Clink et ux to John Ceriani et ux. Bk Am to George Sholin et ux. D T Bennltt to Boyd Gunter et ux, portion of land in Little Lake iJl -and Go's tract; '^SIGNMENT OF MTGE Johri'Ceriani et ux to Benjamin Clinkor et al. AGREEMENT OF SALE Abigail Lee et al to Joseph Cashman et ux, land in Fort Bragg. NOTICE OF TAX LIEN US , vs Ferguson Gardner, fed ins contributions, $135.02. CERTIFICATE OF AMOUNT St Calif to Brice Rogers, total amount $865.40. WUso'n said "The wise gardener "gj \yill ppread hunius' as, the mason - ^spreads his plaster;" third, water, which carries to the root of the plant all its food supply; fourth, cultivation, which enables the air .—necessary to growth—to reach the roots; fifth,' fertilizer, which provides food for soil and roots. ' Thus his listeners learned that these basic principles, which are e,ssentially the Yielders of 'Beauty |,in^the Garden, must be used and applied at the- proper time—all the while working iri conjunction With Mother Nature-^if we; in turn; expect our gardens to yield beauty in the form of perfect fruit, flowers and vegetables. Albert Wilson is. an interesting speaker, and gave liis audience a clear picture of the praitical side of gardening. His program was enthusiastically received by the large number of members and guests who came to hear him. APRIE 17. 1948 DEEDS O O Barker et ux to H B Burkett et ux, land in T22N, R15W. Ture West et ux to Frank Sturges, Jr et ux, land in Fort Bragg. Mae Perry to Joe Perry et ux, land in Fort Bragg, Joe Perry et ux to Eldred Johnson et ux, land in Fort Bragg. W E Berry et ux to Co Mendo, land in T18N R14W. Fred Jones et ux to Elmer Southwick et ux, land in Yokayo rancho: POV/ER OF ATTORNEY Alvin Adams to Olive Adams. DEEDS OF TRUST Wilson McKee et ux to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and Ray Bowman, land in Ukiah.* Eldred Johnson et ux to F O Albertson et al, trustee and Joe Perry et ux, land in Fort Bragg. MORTGAGiS Rudolph Stahl et ux to Peter Garbini et ux, land in Fort Bragg. RECONVEYANCE Corp Am to Dallas Morse, deed of trust. SATISFACTION OF MTGE Rudolph Stahl et ux to W F McDonald et al, mortgage. CANCELLATION OF MTGE Bk WiUits to L F Borohtold. E P SaUor to C T Berkley et al. Bk Am to A D Ruth et ux. Frank Jensen to Walter David. Svgs Bk Mendo Co to Milton Ford ct al. O.E.S. Compliments Its Grand Officials With grand offiCei's present from six chapters of Order of Eastern St?ir, Williams Loyal Chapter of O.E.S. was host on Wednesday night, April 21, in a beiautifuUy arranged and conducted program which complimented the official visit of the worthy grand matron and worthy grand patron of their order, Mrs. Thelma. Bailey of Los A.tigeles area and George Harlan of Sacramento. Worthy Matron Thelma Boulware of Kingsley Chapter 58, O.E.S., Ukiah, was present with a group which motored to WUliams from Ukiah, including Mrs. Grace Foster, Talmage; . Mrs. ' OMve Busch, ivirs. Minnie Jamison and Mrs. Ina Branson.. ' Four deputy grand matrons ,were among thbse honored; Mrs. Virginia Comstock, WiUiams; Mrs. Louise PolglaSe, Nevada City; Mj-s. Grace Foster, Ukiah and Mrs. Louise Swetzer, Loomis. Other grand ofKcers complimented were Mrs. Margaret Lauritzen, grand conductress and Mrs. Lois Tamba, Lodi, associate grand conductress. The Ukiah visitors described the star arrangement of the buffet tables as elaborately beautiful, with a pyramid centerpiece on the center table in variegated blossoms rayed out to the other tables with an arrangement of blooming tamarisk. The chapter room was exquisitely decorated in striking arrangement of tulips and Belle of Portugal roses. The Ukiah group enjoyed the drive home by moonlight after the program. Allen Raymond Smoot was born at Falm#th, Kentucky, on June 25, 1998/In 1900 his family moved to Oklahoma. He was married at Wellington, Kansas, on July 3, 1926, and the-'foUoWing September came to California with hiswlfe. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Smoot, who settled, in the Cherokee Strip. Allen Smoot was one of 10 children, four of whom survive— B. F. Smoot of Charleston, South Carolina, C. E. Smoot and.Mrs; Lloyd Ombaun of Yorkville, and Mrs. Beulah Humphreys of Kansas City, Missouri, who was here to attend the funeral. Mrs. W. D. Johnsoii of Topeka, Kansas, and C. E. Persons of Los Angeles, sister and brother of Mrs. Smoot, also came for the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Smoot made their home on the Morrow ranch on the Boonville road and for the past 19 years he had driven the bus for the Anderson Valley high school;and had endeared himself to all the valley. He passed away at Stanford Lane Hospital in San Cathalic Resettlement Program Aims^ At Liberation Of Europe*s D."Pi*s The tragic fact that 1,200,000 displaced persons are wasting away in reconverted concentration camp.s in Europe and Asia is about to be graphically brought local Catholics and the general public.' Father Roger Anderson, O.F.M. Cap., of St. Mary's church of Ukiah is bne of 13 priests and county directors of the Catholic resettlement program •appointed by Archbishop John J. Mitty to organize a campaign for their liberation and resettlement, "Since' over 80 per cent of the registered displaced persons are Christians, it is a Christian problem," Father Anderson said after attending a meeting in Sacred Heart Parish, Oakland, where details of the program were discussed. On Sunday afternoon at 4:3(l_a meeting will bo held in the Albortinum to which a delegation from WUlits, Fort Bragg, Elk and Hopland will come to formulate plans for local action, . The objective is to waken the public to the coiiditioris' •uhder whieli these people are fdi'(5!^d to live. Father Anderson ivill oi- ganize the campaign in Mendqtiino county accbrding to the jiattern set by th(f, Archdiocesan resettlement committee Which is surveying possibilities for finding homes and jobs for the D.P.'s whS'^ cannot leave their barbed iwire enclosures until they are sponsored by i-esponsible persons. Michael J. Riordan of Sah'Fran- cisco was appointed general chairman of the committee of the archdiocese of San Francisco; Pebple are eager for infoi-mation,-he said, and once arounsed to thei patic;nt suffering of these victims-ofiwar, are ready to do what they,,can. Organization wiU bring about a program under which many'and eventually all of them .can-Jbe liberated from their, bondage' to lead useful lives again. Mr. and Mrs. Parent Married Here Friday An informal wedding ceremony in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Green, 424 West Stevenson street, united Miss Doris Seghetti and Mr. Elmer Parent in marriage oh Friday evening. Justice William Van D.vke officiated arid Mr. and Mrs. Green stood with the nuptial coi'ple. Mrs. Parent is the daughter of Mrs. Irene Soler and Gilbert Seghetti, both of Areata. Her husband is the son of Mrs. B. M. Larson of Eureka, His father. Miles Parent, now lives in Los Angejes. Following the wedding rite they left by motor for Oakland and the Bay area on a honeymoon and wUl return to make their home in Eureka where the groom is employed by the telephone company. Others attending the wedding in the Green home were , Mr .and Mrs. VirgU Green. * Francisco on AprU 13 and final rites were held Sunday, AprU 18, with Elbert Holland officiating. Mrs. Ru?seU Miller was the soloist. Surviving members of his family are his wife, Mrs. Dorothy Smoot, and his son Wesley. Pallbearers were William • Witherell, Coy Smith, William Stein, Wayne Lawrey, Cecil Carlson and Alex Burger. Six high school students wore honorary pallbearers — Robert Canaveri, Monroe Hiatt, Flovd Johnson, Charles Sundelin, Victor Kingwell and Clyde Paul. Early Comedies Are Part'/ Entertainmenf . Keystone cops, Charlie, Chaplin in his heyday, jyid a fire-rmovies that enthralled their mothers. and fathers- when they were cKuaren, were the entertainment Sunday afternoon -when Stuart Tregoning celebrated his sixth birthday at the Alex J. Tregoning home at 585 South Dora street. Balloons and other circUSi jjif'a- phernalia detorated the outdoor table where party refresliirients included a Merry-Go-Round,1blrth- day cake served with sandwiches, ice cream, candy and punch.,., The movies of an almost forgotten comedy era are the property of Mrs. Hugh Preston .whose son and his friends thrilled to Charlie Chaplin's baggy .pants, outsize shoes and toothbrush mustache before they outgrew them. Stuart's guests were Emnia Lee Haley, Kenneth Branson,-Erlyne Fullerton, Nancy MassengUl, Cheri and Judy Hay, Lewayne Ponsonby and Norman Stottmeister, Bobby. Evans was invited but was out of towp. ' PROCEEDS FOR CANCER FUND Ericksori Brothers are opening their new E.&B. Club north of Ukiah Saturday, May 1, arid will donate the receipts of the evening to the Cancer Control drive;^ The Uldah 20-30 Club will have, charge of the collection of tickets at the door and the net recoiots.-above the orchestra hire will go to the fund. * • Here's wliy we WOMEN CAN GO PLACES IN THIS BUSINESS 1, This Is a story of a typical Pacific Telephone "career girl." She started as aa operator back in the thirties...a good job then, even better now. Today most new operators jiiisj:' out of high school average better than $35 a week when they start handling calls and many experienced operators earn $50 a week. Lakeport stores were closed on Friday, AprU 23, out of respect for the late Harold Laity, mortician. 2. She was promoted to supervisor after a few years. Training new girls was an important part of the job...for Pacific Telephone was g^ov^^ng. She enjoyed vacations every year... with pay, of course. And she joined in many local telephone activities. Found telephone people friendly and sociable ...on or off the job. 4. Telephone fobs must be good (obs to attract the capable people needed to furnish service. Good pay, steady work and an employee benefit plan give a strong Sfeose of security. Comfortable surroundings, vacations and friendly fellow workers help mako work pleasant. 3. She's a chief operator now supexyising 70 women...her responsibilities and escperi: ence help determine her salary of $4,500 a year. Many "chiefs" earn more. Two-thittis of our people are women—hundreds have management jobs — five are assistant vice- presidents. Yes, 'vomen can go places in this business. The Pacific Telephone and-Telegraph Company More than 70,000 pnple working together to furnish ever-lietter telephone service to theWe$t

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