Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on May 14, 1948 · Page 5
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Friday, May 14, 1948
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r. ^FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1948 DISPATCH DEMOCRAT,'URIAH,, CALIFORNIA PAGE FIVE Elaine James Will Marry l -T^^" •• • Ivor Packard On Sunday' Bank Of America Gives A Barn Dance Dridc To Bo Dancing Party Given for Nelcine Smith The younger set enjoyed a fes- liVo dancing party in the Salur- ' day , Afternoon club Saturday night which honored the sixteenth birthday oi Nelcine Smith, daughter ot Mt. and Mrs. William Nclmes Smith of 426 West Church street. Miss Grace Toles and Mrs. E. H. Balyeat were patronesses with Mrs. Smith. A Journal photograph of th^ colorful event v/ill appear on Thursday with a list of those who were invited to celebrate with the honoree. Elaine Jacqueline James is com' ing heme to be married Sunda-; arternocii ot two. o'clock iii the family home at 4b6 North State street. Before an improvised altar in the living room which has a : stately Victorian atmosphere she I will become the bride of Ivor 'Packard of Sacramento. The Rev. j Tjynn White, of San Anselmo', former I»resliyterian pastor here, wilj officiate. . . • The bride to be who is a member of a well kncftvn frmlly, is the daughter of Mr.s. E. J. James..He/ rather, whose aeatli occurred here June 9, 1945, was a prominent Ijinberman and a member of the Etate board of forestry. He was, m later years, .secretary of the :hamber of commerce and the first ecvetary of the 12th district fair Rssociation. Her mother has been •active in community and social ife and is a member of the Saturday Afternoon club. Ihe bride-elect has been employed in the state department of forestry since she went to Sacramento ten years ago and most recently v/as with the state fire prevention department. She is a graduate of the local grammar and high schools and Santa Rosa Junior College, Mr. Packard is the son of Mrs. K. N. Packard, Oroville. His brother Leonard will attend hi min the rites before the hearth where white and silver wedding bells, lillies of the valley and white iris will' be used for decoration. The bride will be attended by a school friend at whose wedding she was maid of honor, IVIrs. William Doyle of Sacramento. Two officials fi:om her department in Sacramento will be among the small group of friends and relatives who will attend the wedding. A reception will follow the ceremony with the dining room beautifully decorated in white flowers. The young couple will make their home in Sacramento where the groom-elect is employed .by a balcery company. K V. REDWOOD VALLEY, May 8.— Last week being Public Schools Week, open house was held at the Redwood Valley school on Friday night; April 30. The inclement weather kept some from attending, but a fine representation of .Red- \yood Valley parents and friends •were' there. Besides the usual display of art work by> the students, ea'ch of'the classrooijis showed advanced steps in education by the showing of slides portraying varir ous industrial programs. The study of. democracy presented by fllfn vjaisitlie educational subject, Freedom 's Foundation, in the seventh and. eighth grade room of John Oakes, their teacher. - The story hour v/as by record, playing The Little Tug That Tried. This was the demonstration of the first .,9Jid second grades, whose teacher, is Margaret Crawford. ; The > film strip study of transportation, The Passenger Train, 'Was featured in Mrs. Leila Williams' room. • Study of Early American liistory was the • subject shovm by slides in;' room 3; class teacher, Mrs. Mftrgie Neece. .The music department under Miss Gloria Pacini was the junior violin class taking their part on stage. A delightful program was given by the students which included as the opening selection. Star Spangled Banner, by the Redwood Valley school orchestra. The second selection. Hot Gingerbread, tiy grades one and two. The clarinet gfoup had as their selection, Finlahdia, by Jean Siberlins. Simple Simon, a Russian tune given t|y' the third and fourth grades, followed by the string quaitet. TWO numbers, Trees and El Manton de Manila, by the girls' chorus. A special vocal group rendered The Bells of St. Marys, • by E. Adams, a favorite selection. John Cakes gave the welcome. The program closed with two pieces played by the school orchestra under the direction of Miss Pacini. The evening proved very enjoyable. Mr. aiid.Mrs. John Muir were in Santa Cruz this week and on their ,'i:etum were accompanied by John's mother, Mrs. Robert Muir, who :Will visit at her son's home for ..a :week' or two. Mrs. Minnie Belveal of Santa Rosa and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Eugene Belveal of British Columbia, visited at the homes of Mrs. Gus Torngren and Kistler Watson, during the week. Mrs. Belveal was a former resident of the valley for a number of years. She has been very ill since January, but is now recuperating and will soon be back to normal. Mrij. liugene Belveal, a registered nurse who. came from Canada three months ago to care for Mrs. Belveal, is returning to British Co- lymbia this week. ^Seventeen ladies enjoyed the meeting of the C.S.S.A. Thursday afternoon at the clubhouse. Tea, coffee and cake were served by Mrs. Fred Finne and , Mrs. Nels Nelson. Mrs, Roy Yarbrough and-j Mrs. John Muir will be hostesses at the next meeting on May 20, which wiU be at Mrs. Muir's home. REDWOOD VALLEY, May 12. -^-Postal inspector T. L. Swilley of Santa was in the valley Friday conferring with Roy Williams, postmaster, regarding changes in the rural route from this office. The plans are to extend the Ukiah route, north, taking over the present Redwood Valley route with I other ^ extensions,"' which would include Coyote valley, Also a new extension of a delivery to the patrons on the Salt Hollow road. This would be additional mileage for Redwood Valley of about 2Vfe miles with a retrace, serving about 15 families. This would mean approximately !i!5 miles for Redwood Valley and 50 or more miles with, other extensions. Toni Jameson who has carried the mail on this. route for 35 years was offered the position to continue with the new proposed route,' but on account of the extensions and his age, has (leclined this o^er.' Being eligible for retirement, he w'ill retire July 1, when this clfiange is supposed to become effective. Although it is realized the additional responsibility is more than Mr. Jameson feels that he should accept, the patrons he has served will greatly miss him on the route. No mail carrier could have been more faithful, acconj- modating and courteous than he has been. The plans will not effect a change in' the Redwood Valley postoffice as the mail will continue to be sent here and sorted as usual. Those living from C&lpella to the Salt HoUpw roadj v/ill be asked to have their mailj sent through the Calpella office. It is possible those who are served on the rural route may not have the privilege as heretofore of obtaining 'their mail on' Sundays and holidays. The Redwood Valley postoffice has grown by leaps and bounds. It is now a third class office. The pieces of mail on the route often reach over lOOQ a day. There are 195 boxes on the route. WM. NELMES SMITH, manager 6f Bank of America, wore an astonishing ditguiss at the Barn Dance last Saturday night where Bank of America employes msda marry in Grango hall. He appears at thia extreme left, and others, reading left to rig)it are: Mrs. B. Squires; Barney Squires, Vern Hose, G. McDaniel, Mrs. J. Keegan and Jim Kfeegan. In the background are members of Qreeott's orchestra which furnished the music. ^ Anderson Valley News Pi^ILO, May 8. —Odd Fellows funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at Ukiah for Daye McMurphy of Boonville, who passed away last week. Mr. McMurphy had been living in a cabin on the Fred Rawles ranch and was .found dead by Mrs. Green, a neighbor, on Monday moi-ning. Noble Grand George Gowan of the Boonville Odd Fellows and Noble Grand Ann Marie Gowan of the Redwood Rebekahs motored from Boonville to. attend the final rites for this departed brother. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lambert and family returned this week from South Dalcota where they have been visiting Herb's mother, who has- been ill. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Parrish, formerly of the A.&M. Cafe iat Philo, are now residing in Boonville where Mrs. Parrish is in charge.of the Track Inn Cafe. They openedi this week. Mrs. Frank Ward and daughter Charmian made a business trip to Cloverdale Wednesday. The Phiol Ladies' Aid held their regular meeting Thursday after- .noon at the Philo church. Business of the aft.ernoon disposed of the ladies spent tJie remainder of the time sewing and embroidering. The Women's Christian Society of Service of Boonville reported a profitable as well as enjoyable evening at their bazaar of April 30. Over $75 .were taken in on the sale of fancy work and refreshments. Mrs. .lames Dutro and Mrs. John The county road crew has been working on Laughlin Way grading and widening the road, also filling in. The rains Interfered for a time, but considerable progress has been made the past week. It is understood the road will be oiled later. An extension of the county road up Salt Hollow, which previously ended at the Johnson ranch, will now be extended on to the Scotch Colony. Work has already begun and the electric line will also be extended. Mr. and Mrs. A. Reqies of Oakland were visiting the Lee Trow- bridges the fore part of the week. Mr. Hemes and Mrs. Trowbridge are brother and sister. The foursome motored over to Fort Bragg and Navarro for a pleasure trip while here. The Farm Bureau met at the school on Friday evening. Assistant Farm Advisor Ta.ylor talked on grape and pest control. Colored pictures were shown on better living and better fairs. Mrs.' Peters, secretary of the Ukiah District fair, touched on the coming show. Mrs. CyrU Goudge and Mrs. E. Butow served refreshments following a most profitable evening. Hopalong, the registered police dog of Mrs. Don Frazier, Was taken to San Rafael last weekend to the kennels for guide dogs. On Tuesday "Hoppy" left his kennel and disappeared. Mrs. Frazier believes he had started back to his horne in Redwood valley, as it was reported he had been seen 20 miles north of Santa Rosa. The Fraziers, learning of the escape, went to Petaluma, stopping at all towns this side hotifying authorities of the incident. A notice was broadcast over KSRO. Hopalong is a large, black, friendly dog. Any information regarding his whereabouts would be gi-eatly appreciated by Mr. and Mrs. Frazier. Rev. and Mi-s. E. Hol.singer of Blue Lake are planning to visit the Sunday school, Sunday morning. May 16. Rev. Holslnger will hold a service following the Sunday school hour. They will be accompanied by Miss McQuire who will be the speaker for Religious Education on Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. A cordial welcome is extended to everyone to come and hear her. The regular montWy service conducted by Elbert Holland has been postponed to Sunday, May 23. At that Ume Mr. Holland will start a new Sunday school contest.. Warren Enzler is conducting Sunday evening services at Ukiah Grange hall, filling the vacancy left by Rev. Totfingham. The latest weather report: Last storm .95 inch. Total to date 29.74 inches. Last year at same date was 22.58 inches. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Torngren and two children of Gault enjoyed Mother's Day with Ted's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Torngren. Ted has a position in the farm advisor's office. Mr. and Mrs. John Snider are welcoming a little son into their home. He was born at the Ukiah General Hospital Thursday morning. May 6, with Dr. Miller attending. The new heir has been named John Carlton and weighed 8 pounds, 14 ounces. iPeterson, both of Philo, are recovering from the flu. The Rebekah lodge is giving a whist party on May 22 at 8 o'clock ,at the lodge hall. Prizes will be awarded and refreshments served and the uSual enjoyable evening is anticipated. The-same evening a dance will be given by'the local band at Grange hall. This will begin at' 9 and, dancing will contittue until 2 a.m. Miss Dorothy Ridley returned this week from a 3-day visit in Santa Rosk. •' Up for the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, who have a sum-: iner lodge near the Eyles ranch at Philo. They are preparing their place for occupancy later this year. . James Farrer, Who is attending' Santa Rosa Junior Colege, was home' for the weekend with his liarents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Farrer of Philo. Louis FashaHer is in a San Francisco hospital this week to undergo an operation. He was accompanied by Mrs. Fashauer, who ex- Ipects to return in a few days. Lpiiis is expected to be in the hos- I>ital several' weeks. ' , Mrs. Jqfin.Sankovitch.of Navarro is confihed to the Fort iSragg hospital this week. It is hoped that she is, not seriously ill and will soon be home again. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Van Zandt .of Albany spent the weekend of May 1 with Ben's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Van Zandt of Philo. In Memoriam The following tribute was written by Mrs. Mary Van Zandt, who is 86 years old. Mrs. Van Zandt knew Rudolph Eten all his life, and expresses the thoughts of all those who knew him: Anderson valley . was saddened by the passing of Rudolph Eten on April 29, at his home near Philo. Though he seemed to be growing weaker, none could believe his days were numbered. But the se\ifere cold had taken its toll, leaving a weakened condition no earthly Help could relieve. All the days he was growing weaker, a promised home beyond the skies was being made ready to receive his spirit, already plumed for flight. God called, "come." Dear, departed, kind and friendly Rudolph, up there in Heaven's beautiful home there will he rest. Your mo NEWS COVELO, May 8.—The evening of the visit of deputy .grand matron, Grace Foster, to Augusto Chapter, O.E.S., was pronounced a very enjoyable event. The 'decoration committee, Agnes Rhoads, Madeline Lovell, Eva Hurt, Parol Rhyne and Wilda Hurt, made the hall beautiful with spring flowers. pinner* was served by Mrs. Bernice^ Stockton, assisted by Betty Drewry, Lurliene Walter and Cleta Ballentine. The tables were decorated with tulips and anemones with center pieces of miniature hats on trees of manzanita. The meeting was opened formally v/ith Worthy Matron Eva Hurt presiding. 'Worthy Patron Leslie Conner was assisted in the initiation, ceremony by Past Patron George Hpvey of Kingsley chapter, who gave the optional work. Mrs. Arlouene Vincent, Mrs. Louise Mueller and Mrs. Lepha Hamon wore affiliated with Augusta chapter on this evening. During the Good of the Order the following guests were ia- ti-dduced: Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markham and Isabella Murray of Ocean View chapter, Mr. and Mrs. George Hovey, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Miller, R. O. Foster, Leona Mazzoni and Olive Busch of Kingsley chapter, Thelma Sawyers, Maria Greenburg, Gladys Cave •and Charlotte Butcher of Willits chapter, Nancy Todd of Sapphire ehaptei-, Gertrude BeJlpo^^t, Madge Lydns, Claire Creider, James Ina" Walker of Clovprjeaf chapter, and Mrs. Wand of, Ohio. • Deputy Grand Matron Grace Foster complimented the officers on their work and gave a very inspiring talk in her gracious manner. »For the presentation, Dallas Winters, Beatrice Lovell and Etna S'wazey had planned a drill in which Phyllis Williamson, Lois Hurt, Eunice Jamison, Etna Swazey, Louise Millet, Zella Winters, Margaret Williamson and Edna. Langland, wearing clever pastel paper spring hats and carrying matching May baskets filled' With apple blossoms, marched into the chapter'room to the music of Lovely May, played by Maxine Allen and sung by Beatrice Lovell. The deputy's gift was presented by the ladies in the form of a gayly colored hat and a basket of tulips. Mucti to the crowd's enjoyment, Mr. Foster was presented with a wooden tub of blossoms and a straw hat. Next on the program was a delightful piano solo by Maxine Allen entitled. To Spring. A vocal solo. The Serenade of . , , . , J J -ti, I the Bells, by Louise Millet was hard work IS ended and there ^ ' ^ will be no blmdness there Beaut.- i J /^ritten by Mrs. Millet, com- ful visions your eyes will behold. i„„^„„,.,- .v, j „„* The vain hopes, fond illusions and ^ ^"5^^] ^ . earthlv ills all were left with the '^^""'^^ Walker of Clover- the many beautiful flowers and ^ ^^^^'^'"^"^^ °^ cake, ice HOPLAND NEWS HOPLAND, May 12.—The Hop- iBnd Garden Club celebrated its 10th anniversary with a chicken ^nner, a birthday cake with candles and a card party In the banquet hall of the Pomo Inn. There were 11 tables for cards. Mrs. Mattie Hoi)per won first in bridge, -Mrs. Glatt first in pedro, Mrs. .Clifford Crawford first in pinochle. There were guests from'Uklah. Organize Club Packs' : At the auxiliary meeting'Tues­ day night Ethel Pontius, state secretary, of San Francisco; Mrs. Isnard, district president; Mrs. Opal Wessel, Ann 'Aloore iahd Mrs. HoWard Sails* of Ukiah were p?-es- OTt and two Cub packs were formed. Den mothers appointed Mrs. Tiny Cooper, Mrs,; Hooker and Mrs. Joan Manning. The club- mastar is yet to be selected. The meeting was opened by Mrs. Helen Taylor and many of the auxiliary problems were ironed out with the able assistance of Mrs. Pontius, and Mrs. Isnard. Mrs. Henry Cox was selected, as Poppy Day chairman. A nice plan for the campWgn was laid out. May 21, 22 volunteer workers will be stationed throughout Hopland. The veterans' graves will be cleared In the Hopland Cemetery for Decoration Day, and wreaths of greenery and a banner inscribed, American Legion Post 529, by Auxiliary, with poppies woven all through, will decorate the graves. The auxiliary is new, not yet a year old, and is already noted for its up and corhing work and liveliness. Officers of the Hopland unit are president, Helen Taylor; first vice president, Dorothy Buchanan; second vice president, Ann Macmillon; chaplain, Edna Harpe; historian, Bess Zanoline; secretary- treasurer, Deioris Dawe; sergeant- at-arms, Mary Malone. Married Here Friday The Girls' League of Hopland high school gave their mothers a tea Friday afternoon, appointments wei-e seasonal flower arrangements and a tiered cake. The young ladies served graciously and Mother was sung in chorus, and at intervals vocals and solos were rendered. Corsages were pinned on the mothers at the door, which were made by the girls. About 22 mothers were present. Tells of Flower Show Mrs. Glatt returns enraptui;ed from the OaWand Flower show, and says it was one of the most beautiful ever held by that county. A great many small towns were represented by exhibits. The button gardens, a beautiful creation of most everything in miniature gardens on buttons, shells, cones, buckleis, etc., a most artLstic and realistic collection. The azalea and rhododendron exhibit was unsurpassed in color and size, as it was also in beauty. The waterfalls and adjoining display of varied orchids was another perfect dream of beauty. The tulips in size measured fully six inches in 'Width and came in a wide variety of colors and were flown here'from Holland. The displays were too numerous to mention; the cut flowers arrangements came in for a big share of comment. A bachelor's garden won blue ribbons, and a thing of beauty was the rose garden. . Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harmon were guests in Cloverdale at a Mother's Day dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harmon of Ukiah, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Mycfrs, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Harmon, Jim Harmon, and a grandson from Humboldt State College among the guests, of which there were 16. Charles Pina is visiting in Colusa. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McAfee of Old Town have their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Baker of Los Angeles, visiting them. Tuesday tiaytonvile won 6 to 4 MR. AND MRS. GERALD MA- f HAN, married in the home of Justice W; S. Van Dyke May 7, will make their home in Ukiah. Miss Bonnie Lee Center and Gerald T.Iahan took their wedding vows before Justice W. S. Van Dyke here Friday in the presence of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Burkett. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Center of Ukiah and has been employed in the Hotel Cecille dining room. Her husband who has lived in Ukiah for the past year is the son of -Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Mahan of Hymera, Ind, Following the ceremony at whicli the bride wore a tailored white suit, white fiat and a corsage of carnations, the wedding party held a recepUon in the Busy Bee restaurant vThere the groom is employed. MRS. COBEH RETURNS HOME FROM HOSPITAL Mrs. B. A. Cober returned to her home at 427 West Church street Sunday night a|tfir four Weeks in Ukiah Geper/iE hospital under the care of Dfs. Oiean and Arthur Miller. She .'is.m \Sh improved, but her physicians discourage too many visitors. She will have a woman (jompahioni to answer the telephone and care for her personal needs until she is corripletely recovered. friends at his funeral services. They will meet, but they will miss him . . . There will be a vacant chair. As beside the fireside, sad and lonely. They gather to breathe the evening prayer. Miss Ethel Hargreaves and nephew, George Hargreaves, and two children of Sacramento were visitors at the Sunday school Sunday morning. They'came to Ukiah on business Friday and returned to Sacramento Sunday afternoon. Miss Hargreaves is anticipating a visit to the valley in June. Frank Bednar has a small acreage on his ranch that be has finished clearing and now is planting in grapes. It is located on Laughlin way near the railroad. Mr. and Mrs. C. Tigard and two sons of Walnut Creek were weekend guests in the J. Ledford home. Mrs. Kay Johnson of Potter Valley, a sister of Mrs. Ledford, has been a visitor in the Ledford home for a fortnight. The following guests, who have been«in the Frank Schoenleitner hoiT (e since Friday, were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Struver, George Keck, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Aigner and Mr. cream, coffee and chocola.te were served by Emma Winters, Winnie Hurt and Mattie Gray. Welcome back home to Ellen and Ted Goforth. Round valley is a pretty good place after all, eh Ted? Ted will doctor up your car at the Covelo Garage. Mrs. Hamon made a business trip to San Francisco on Monday, returning Thursday evening. Kenneth and Beulah Lovell made a business trip to Ukiah Thursday. Aileen and William Hodges have purchased five acres from George Biggar on which they expect to build their home. Everyone in Round valley looks happy these days, or will be if the rain will hold off. Logging trucks are buzzing up and down the main highway hauling logs and Mrs. J. Picornl, all of San Francisco. Mrs. Paul Hubner of Fairfield was an overnight guest at the Kistler Watson home. She owned for many years the Frank Bednar place at Laughlin. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferrera and | little daughter of Cloverdale spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Mucklow and family . to the Sacramento boxmill which has opened up after a shutdown of several weeks. The to blame for this shutdown. We understand that there are to be about 12 logging trucks hauling to the four saw mills in the valley. Ernest B. DeFord and Frank Hamon made a business trip to Ukiah Thursday. Flat tires and brake trouble was the main order of their routine. The junior choir from the Methodist Mission church sang for the congregation of the Federated church on Mother's Day. Rev. Ernest B. DeFord is very proud of his choir, all members of which are Indian girls. Round Valley is really stepping out these days. We can boast two restaurants. Bernice Stockton is operating Shady Corner and Tony Bernolti is operating the other one. Evelyn Long is waiting on the customers and making them happy and Loren keeps the children happy at home. Frantes Henley was in the valley last Friday saying hello and bidding farewell to her friends. She is moving her belongings to Santa Rosa. Her friends hate to see her leave. Fillmor and Irma DeFord took Shirley DelGado to the Lakeside Hospital Friday. ' Mrs. Arthur llyons and Mrs. Ellery Walker of Cloverdale and Mri. Ray Crider of Ukiah were visiting with Mart and Winnie Hurt and their many other friends. over Hopland in the'game at Lay- tonvllle. Toppy Dawe has written his mother from San Antonio, Texas, where he is stationed for basic training in the air, corps, that he would like sojrje homemade cookies and candy. An indication that he is thinking of home. He expects to be home soon on a short leave. Mrs. J. Pruett of Big Bear, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McNeill, was here for Mother's' Day and a week with her parents. Mrs. Bud Rounavaara and children of Philo went oyer to visit a few days with her mother, Mrs. Hopper. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nygaard and children, Bobby and Lindo, of Fi-esno; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cake and children, Arthel and Cheryl of Santa Rosa, were weekend guests arid Mother's Day well- wishers In the J. H. Cake home. Ed Cake- and Less Branson, a brother of Mrs. Cake, were Saturday evening dinner guests at the Cake home. The Francis Migges and chil- dreii of San Bruno, Miss Judith Sutten of Visalia and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bliss of San Francisco were weekend guests in the C. E. Rock home. Mrs. Louis Evangelist! Is returning this week to her home in Hilton after a visit with her sisters in Humboldt county and her parents, the H. B. 'Pulvers of the Blue Bird Fountain of Hopland. Mrs. Leila Hopper received a long distance telephone call from her son Pete, wishing her a happy Mother's Day from New Orleans. Pete was transferred recently to his new post, from Hamilton Field. Mr. and Melo Zanoline were invited to the home of Mrs. Caroline Zanoline in Santa Rosa for a Mother's Day dinner Saturday evening. Mrs. Ancel Fox had a surprise birthday dinner given her Friday evening by her husband. Friends and relatives from Healdsburg, Ukiah and Hopland were present. APRIL 30, 1948 Probate Estate Fred Frazier Stevens,'deceased. Order of submission set asidi; and submitted this date. Estate W. P. Thomas, deceased. C. M. Maiinon appointed sole appraiser. Estate Walter Earl Hopper, de,ceased. Same order. Estate F. A. Matteson, deceased. W. S. Van Dyke appointed sole appraiser. Estate Clara F. Banker, deceased. Same order. Estate Kalle August Koivisto, deceased. Decree of due notice to creditors. Matter of Probation Comrnittee: Howard J. June of Boonville and Florence F. Doldge of Fort Bragg appointed members of Prob:ption Committee of Mendocino county. Guardianship Charles P. Sassenrath, minor. Ninth actount approved. Estate Antoinette Sassenrath, Incompetent. Resignation of guardian and petition for appointment and ninth account, continued to May 14. ' ' Estate Daniel A.' Darby, deceased. Pinal account approved and distribution ordered. Estate Joe Vetro, deceased, Accounting continued to MayZi;, " Estate Bernard J. Zill,, deceased. Petition to expend money granted. ^ Estate " Anna D. Flowers, - deceased. Accountiog continued to May 7. Estate Helen Lang, deceased. Accounting continued to May Estate HJIma Enberg, deceased. Final account approved. Distribution continued to May 14. ?state E^mundson Weber Mc- Derftied, deceased, .Final account approved and distribution ordered. Estate Mary Elizabeth Rogers, deceased. Report of Inheritance tax appraiser approved. Estate Antonio Mllanl, decreased. Final account waived, report Estate Mary Irene (Sase, deceased. Petition to sell investment 'sb- curities granted. Estate Serene Wilson,,deceased. Accounting cohtinued to May, 2d. approved and distribution ordered. Estate Lena Fritz, deceased. Petition for probate of will continued to May 7. Estate Kalle August Koivisto, deceased Petition to erect grave marker granted. Establishing fact of death John W. Bednar, deceased. Report of inheritance tax appraiser approved. Estate Sophia Pyhala, deceased. Entire estate set aside to surviving husband, John Pyhals. . : , Guardianship of estate Marguerite Sirizzotti, minor. George Sirlz- zotti appointed guardian, bond set at .$2000. Petition to establish birth of Benson Potter. Decree that Benson Potter was born January 1, 1881. Estate Eva E. Barlow, deceased. Decree of no inheritance tax due. Entire estate set aside to John A. Barlow. MARRIED AT SANTA ROSA A marriage license was issued May 7 at Santa Rosa to William E. 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