Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on May 21, 1948 · Page 5
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Ukiah, California
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MAY 21, 1948 DISPATCH DENfGCl^'AT.'tnaAH, CALIFORNIA ' N^ews From Hopland Spring Fashipns Displayed PAGE FtVB ike'.Fi^a^k',Kay'residence xin th^ 1 allpr ^0^)cs .^i*ann at, Olcl Hop- todV T?fa.«rsc(ay noon qompletely demoll^lng^the upper story, ( 6ing'great damage to other fUr- I rsy ^n^^i'i' "delinltely proved the J| i^et'fiaiara. of the Hopland isec- t on'.' A,^ westerly wind whipped t i^.'ifj ^es 'in the direction of oth- t K'n^airby ;J)uildings, endangering f i;l'Hadfthe fiJ^ spread to one ie/:}fp|): driers •Just acfoss the jwayihe hoVne, of thp Bfen- /wguld'no ddubt have taken '-^'•;als'o.'"A ranch spray rig was "I 'd into service as well as a "from a yard hydrant, with ^in6 success in holding the flames i;l ;:check Until the Ukiah pumper iitlvecli .ias 1^ did in somp twelve riiintlteji v^hich was excellent time.' '.The tire lyas discovered by Mrs. 5'rank';Brgnnan and she notified ^e'/ilkiaji jire Department, Luck- ilji;/the panch has an excellent sup- ^'v'of -'watM which doubtless savfid'the-lower story of the struc- r'e ,;aS 'WeU as other buildings. i ^yMrs. Kay,'whowas in the'upper sfory throwing clothing out the wmdpws, was cut oH from the qnly stairway by flames. The f ire- |,rnen took her out and kept her Jfrom' returning to the burning building. Only when she was outside watching the flames did it occur to. her:-that she had been saving only everyday clothing While, a chest remained in one of the" closets where she had been removing , clothing. The chest, WhVch was iiUed with all the best iWearables,\.was saved by firemen Tlie first five minutes is the decisive factor in wmning a fight •With a structural fire, say firemen. Hopland is in dire need of fire protection and needs it now, committeemen declare. There is a movement on to do something i 'about 'it, but the meetings have hot I Iseen well attended and the gen- ! eral attitude seems to be, say the fcoramitteemen, "Let Joe do it," br "What he says or does is O.K. *y me!" Fire is the useful servant of mankind when under control, but •unleashed, it becomes an enveloping monster, destroying anything in •fe path. • Raymond Berg Married ^ Invitations have been received % Hopland by friends of Raymond 'H. Berg announcing his marriage *^o Miss Geraldine Finney on May 5 at the First Presbyterian lurch, 180 Estudillo Avenue, San feandro, and to the reception immediately following the ceremony at the. Tibaldero home in Oakland.'. Mr;'andlVIrs. Frank Harmon were among the onps to receive itations. ^ Friends will remember Paul, tCliflford and Raymond Berg, who were .educated in the Hqpland sgrammar and higii schools. Paul j KWorks for tiie goverrjnent in Alas- al?a, Clifford-is associated with the {.Pali .American Airways, lives at •Alameda and runs ^rpro Alameda to Honolulu. Raymond -Berg, the abridegroon), js with the V. S. .iCoast arid Geodetic Survey. He is /-en acoomplishad "ice skater and appeared lyith Sonja Henie in ^aome of her ice follies and tra '>f- I eled^with her on personal appear- I ance tpiirs, • He has appeared in I other shows sincis and ,was leading ' rdan in^at least one. His friends congratulate him. ij May!!.—The fire in'was little Improvement in his con- ' dition. , . Mrs; Jack Hughes .bad a bed fall last wee;k,. injuring her left log severely, and was .confined to. her; home for several d^ys. Mrs. Harold Buekman and grandson of -Mrs. R. L. Budtpian, has gone to Crick, about 40 miles north of Eureka to work with a state i highway survey crew.' , , Bill Buckman, also a son of the ' Hajrold Buclakans, is statidned at Willits with the state forestry service and fire prevention crew, but expects to be transferred to the new Hopland station later in the year. . i The Oliver Brown family who formerly lived, here ha,ye moved back. They are occupying the;Rb- setU cottage in pld'Town; Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hopper were the guests in Santa: Rosa of Mrs. • Hopper's nephew, Donald ,Petray,, over th6 weekend. Baccalaureate .services 'on June 6 will take place at this "high school with Faither Roger Anderson giv-' ing the. address. Mother Dog Al^andoned Poundmaster J. H. Gake was called' Friday to Navarro-by-tlie- Sea and found that si jnother dog with three puppies had been discarded along the highway. He picked them up and got a home for one of the pups on the v/ay home. The dog is a good watch dog and a fine mother. She bit Mr. Cake when he picked up her babies, but before long they" were gooii friends. Now,' Mr., Cake \yill personally pay a .reward of $10, to /anyone who can and will give information leading to the prosecution and conviction of the person or persons who dumped these poor creatures along the roadside to starve. Dumping ^ogs is unnecessary, as well as unlawful. Parenl-Tpacher Eleclions At their meeting Tuesday night the following P.-T .Ai officers were installed: Mrs. Rex Catron, president; Mrs. Ruby LaMastus, vice- president; Mrs. Leo Bunch, secretary; Mrs. Alice 'Williamson, treasurer; Mrs. Edna Harpe, historian. There was a •very good attendance. The fifth and sixth grade girls and boys gave three vocal numbers and Richard LaMastus rendered two trumpet solos. Instruments Recorded DEEDS APRIL 30, 1948 MORTGAGE Joel Ciisteel et ux to Pac Fin ;Kuth Lyta to Alvin Matthews, Loans, household furniture and rksHION SHOW 'MODELS • tor spring fashions shown iii the J. C. Penney Store'Friday, posed for a Journal photograph in some of the • costumes displayed in a setting of spring flowexs and .niusic. Rea<Ung' left to right Ihey are Dora Giannecchini, Lois Hattpn, Ida Riehard- son, Nelcyne; Smith, Cleo Mitchel 1, Janet and Daphne Ra'wles. ^ Potter Valley News Mr. Hickenbottom and Tom Poulos were down Monday night and showed three pictures on Cub Scouts, which took place in the grammar- school. The Cub Pack meetings wilj bn in the homes of Cub parents. " Joe E. Brown In Harvey At Geary POTTER VALLEY,' May 19.— Many former Potter Valley residents were here over the weekend to,enjoy the Spring Festival, pue to the.untiring effor-ts of the general 'committee and the workers on the subcommittees everything went off promptly and without a hitch. The parade, led by the col-' or bearer and the queen and her ladies-in-waiting, was very colorful. The floaty were beautiful and original and in keeping with the centennial spirit. Many old-fashioned costumes were in evidence during the day and at the dance, which concluded Saturday's program. The games on the high school athletic field were interesting to a large number of people, as the tree scaling, log sawing and rolling pin throwing at the grammar school grounds after .the parade. A barbecue at Grange hall, hot dogs and pop booths and carnival booths were kept busy all day. Sunday's rodeo was well at; tended and enjoyed in spite of the sprinkle which dampened the ground, but not the spirit and enthusiasm of the contestants and spectators. , May ?b the Hopland gi-ammar School seventh grade and their mothers are; giving their annual fianquiet to the eighth grade, their parents, the grammai' school board of trustee's arid tlie teachers, at the grammar school. of the grammar school picnic has been changed to Thurs:::|::aay, JXuiS lO, and.wUl be held in the Ukiah city park. June 14 is the last day of school in Hoplpnd, (..There'; *will be another fire b^ard inieeting Tuesday night. May 18, in the high school gymnasium. The board will continue to meet in an eitort to learn about combating the fire hazards at 'Hopland. Mr. Campbell and Mr. white of Ukiah are assisting with instruction. The grammar school boys are looking fprward to meeting the high school bpys Friday, May 21, 3n a baseball.duel. Mr. anjl Mrs. Carey, aunt of Mrs. Whittaker of Old Town, have moved to, Marysville.. » Mrs. R. L. Buckman went to Ukiah to stay with her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Banks, over the weekend. Mesdames Eugene Nicolas and Donald Pardee werp visitors in Ukiah Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hopper were in Willits Friday attending to some business. The electipn 3i two school I board members will take place in the high' school auditorium on May 21; |rom 1 to 6 p.m. The gramniar school boys defeated the high school girls in a baseball game Friday, score 26-12. California theatergoers who have not seen Joe E. Brown in the role of Elwood P. Dowd in "Harvey" at the Geary San Francisco have but two more weeks in which to enjoy the stage and screen star's hilarity with his invisible white rabbit pal on the Geary stage. For Joe E. Brown will play this role for the last time Friday night, June 4. Before leaving the company, Mr. Brown will al.»o give a Sunday night performance on May 30. This will be the only Sunday showing during the local engagement, and has been arranged because of the many requests from out of town theatergoers unable to attend Weekday evening shows. On Saturday night, June' 5, Brock Pemberton, producer of this Pulitzer Prize comedy by Mary Chgse, will step into the role himself for one performance, a benefit for Guide Dogs for the Blind,. Inc. Mr. Pemberton has been seen previously as the character he helped make famous at a benefit performance on Broadway, for one week at the Barter Theater in Virginia, and at his alma mater, the University of Kansas. Marian Lorne, featured comedienne, and other members of the conipany who have been working for the past three seasons lor Mr. Pemberton, the producer, will support Mr. Pemberton the actor in their respective roles for the June 5 performance. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lever and sons Bob and Kenneth of Oakland, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mollei and Harry Piclde of San Francisco were weekend Quests of Harry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pickle. Elwood Frasier of Los Angeles was here at the home of his aunf, Mrs. Fanny Sloper. Searles Boynton, a dental student in San Francisco, came up to spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Boynton.' : Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sedam, Mrs, Bunt Bucknell/and Mrs. Price of Upper Lake were houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Walker. Mrs. Sedani and Mrs. 'Bucknell a^e siS; tersbi.ilr. 'Walker and have many friends here. ' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Raymond, also of Upper Lake, were over to attend the festival. Mrs.. Raymond reports that ^er. daughter Annis is parried and living near Tucson, Arizona. , : Weekend houseguests of Mrs. E., A. Spotswood included Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schwartz and son Billy, and Mr. and Mrs. A. ,F. Brunner of San Francisco. ; Knox Patterson came up from Modesto to attend the sprmg festival. While here he stayed witfi his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and'Mrs. Floyd Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Hansen of Napa visited over tlie weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Percy Whitcomb. Mrs. Jean Ham and son. Miss Jewell Gowan and Mrs. Mendossa of Mendociup city were weekend guests at the Jud Gowan ranch. Mrs. Mendossa is principal of the Mendocino elementary school and Jewel IS teacher. Mrs. Ham is an instructor in the high school there under Mr.Liefrinck, former principal of. Potter high. Mrs. Harry Shimmin of Yuba City is at her Potter Valley home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Emmons and children of Willits were over Sunday calling on Potter relatives. Mrs. Emmons is the former Jane Zortman and a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Adams. Mrs. Myirtle Reed, a member of the pioneer Hughes family, was here visitng her brother, Otto Hughes, and her nifeee, Mrs. George Bilstein. • ? ;; • , '.' ' . Mrs. L. B. Williams came over from Willits Saturday morning to judge the 4-H girls' sewing before it was put on display. "The boys' •l-H exhibit •v/as in the play shed at the elementary school. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Thomas and son Franklin of Redwood City spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Don Hulbert and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jones and daughter Carol of San Francisco and Mrs. Jones' mother, Mrs. Min. nie Jones of Los Angeles, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stainbrook and Zeta. Mrs. Minnie Jones was a. girlhood friend of Mrs. Stainbrook.and the two had not met since they were girls. . . , Mr. and Mrs. Richards of Chico spent the weekend with Mrs. Richards' brothjer-iii-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Whittaker. Mrs. Richards will be remembered here as the former Maud Neil Cowan. Mrs. Bronson Gillogly returned Sunday evening from Sacramento valley where she was called by the death of a-friend. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Green and son Bobby came up from El iGancer Campaign ^Ci Behind In Gounty '•^^'i"" -•••>'-• .. • • •.. • {viJThe American Cancer Society's life-saving program to. combat p'ancor in Mendocino county and throughout ,the Stpte is,, seriously ihteatened by a lacic of funds., ^R; jQ.vvFoster, chairman of the cm:lent-cancer drive in this county w^rns. He. .reports that Mendocino cpjipty has raised • only approxi- pi'ately 20' per cent of.; its 1948 flHPta. In a.statement renewing an appeal for silppprtiof the vital canr {jpr- control program, Mr. Foster sajd: I ."Cancer, which strikes in one of every two homes, continues to take an increasing toll of lives in Cfliifornia and places a heavy economic burden as well upon every community in the state. . 'Although 25 per cent of the victims of cancer in Mendecino county will be saved by present methods of treatment, another 25 per cent can be saved if cancer is detected early enough. It is the educational phase of the society's campaign that is directed toward warning our; citizens, of" the dan- gef signals of cancer. ;"'flt is a tragic fact that, the lives of half the victims of cancer still depend upon methods of treatment yet to be . discovered by scientists. VTQ aid iij. the attainment of tliis goal.the devoting a sliare of its funds to support of promising research work which seeks ihe eradication of cancer." Mr. Foster urges those who have not made a donation to mail or brmg a. contribution to the local or county headquarters of the American Cancer Society at Talmage, ''Although we all have muchuto. do, cancer is busy too.'^ Association Buys T.B, Sound Films To acquaint the residents of Mendocino' county with the actual services rendered by a full-time health unit the Mendocino County Tuberculosis Association has purchased a new .16mm sound film entitled, Your Health Department In Action. et ux, land InTlSN R18-'17W. Fannie Dashlell to FA Frasier, land in T17N RllW. Carl Clow et aJ to George Clow et ux, land in T14N R14W. ; George Clow et ux to Carl Clow et al, land In T14N R15W.- ASSIGN WHOLE ESTATE • Est of Sophia Pyhala, deed, land in T18N R17W, distributed to John Pyhala, surviving spouse. Est of Iva Barlow," deed, distributed to John Barlow land in Westport, INTERLOCUTORY DECREE Junior Davis vs Marie Davis, land in Ukiah to Junior Davis, personal property to Marie Davis. MORTGAGES Charles Gray et ux to Bk Covelp, livestock. Grover Hunter to Katherine Frasier, land in Potter Valley. Horace Weldon to F A Frasi^ar, land, in Potter Valley. : RECONVEYANCE 'Wanda'Mehtonen to Clyde Hall et al, deed of trust. SATISFACTION OF MTGE H O Cleland to Joel Swing et al. AGREEMENT O ELong et al to XJoyd Gibson et al, water right. LEASE • C J'Anderson et ux to Standard Oil Co of-Calif, land in Ft Bragg. AGREEMENT FOR SALE Manuel'Tavares et ux to Arthur Figueiredo, latad in South ,A.dd to Fort Bragg. • ' ' CERTIFICATE OP AMOUNT St Calif vs Albert Keen, total amount $511.43. • ' St Calif vs Mendo Dvlpmnt Go, total amount $624.07. . Mrs. Elizabeth Oldmixon of North. Hackensack, New Jersey, arrived Frjday in Ukiah, and wJU remain indefinitely •with her brother, Henry Wrocklage of the U. S. observatory, who has been ill for some time at his South Dora strppt home. • • ' ' • sedan. RECONVEYANCES Corp Am to Max Quasne, deed of trust. F O Albertson et al to Peter Paoli et ux,'deed of trust. Contractor In Trouble MAY 8, IS48 DEEDS Martha Jonps to Margaret Marshall, land in T18N R14W. O O Barker to George Schneider, land in T24N R17W. Am'atore Pozzi et ux to John MacNab et ux, land in Ukiah. O F.Elphick et ux to Sam WU- liams, land in Ukiah. ' Charles Necessary et ux to A L McLean, land in Willits. •Courtney Snyder et' ux to Joe Wilson et ux, land in Ukiah North Add. Mary Noyes to Don Coleman et ux, land in T18N R13W. REVOCATION OF DEpD ' "MarthEl Jonbs'to Gebrge Jones et al, land iii .T18N R14W. DEfeDS OF TRUST " • Sam Williams to Corp Am, trustee and Bk Am, land in lot 39 of Yokayo ranclio. Doris Smith et vir to Corp Am, trustee and Bk Am, land in T22N R13W. Edwin Carlson et ux to Corp Am, trustee and Bk Am, land in Fort Bragg. ' Joe Wilson et ux to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and O F Elphick et ux, land in 'Ukiah. MORTGAGES Edmond Hayes et ux to Margaret Simonson et al, land in TipK R13W. J K Shumake, Jr, Bk Am, chain saw, etc. * J B Williams et al, dba Pptter Val Lmbr Co to Bk Am, engine, air heater and equipment. RECDI^EYANCES , Bk Am to Edwin Carlson et al, deed of trust. Mendo Co Title Co to Stanley Noyes et ux,'deed of trust. SATISFACTION OF MTGE Margaret Simonson et al to Ed' mond_Hayes, mortgage. This documentary film shows the ^„^_. lay audience the basic services of j CONTRAC'f' OF RIGHT OP WAY an e.stablisbed health unit. It is i Otto Tast to Frank Reynolds, particularly designed for rural areas where sanitation is vitally needed. With the public health program becoming nipie vital each day as our population increases, every in­ land in T24N R17W. WRIT OF ATTApHMEIirT Laureri'Fpfgusoh vf, P B Hacke- ly, Jr, laiid in Fort Bragg. Demand $2080.44. -•• . SUBORDINATION AGRMNT Peter Bruni, mortgagee to R L Cerritp to attend the spring testi-' dividual should have a knowledge j Fleming et al,' englM and equip, val and visit Mrs. Green's parents, I health services which can be 'rv,,:-!,* Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Ingels. Mfs. Rena Pacini To Be Eagles Auxiliary Head Mrs. Reria " Pacini, will be installed, as president of the Eagles lodge auxiliary in June 3 rites with Mrs. Tillie Chase, a past president, as installing officer. She was elected as .a meeting May 6 to succeed Mrs. Lily Ross. Named to serve with her vwere^. Mrs. Mable Jackson, vice president; Mrs. Ann Hooker, chaplain; Mrs. Ross, past-preside:?t; Mrs. Norva Ganter, inside guardian and Mrs. Dora Lyi^ch, outside guardian. Trustees named were Mrs. C^er- trude Elter, Mrs. Phronia Ginoc- cio and Mrs, Laura Broaddus. Forraals will be optional at the installation meeting at which the , The Hopland combined schoql hostess committee will include • Mrs. Lynch, Mrs. iCaty BartoJomei and Mrs. Natalie Martinelli. The committee io"" the May 6 meeting, at which Mrs. Ross presided was composed of Mrs. Pacini, Mrs. Fanny Grant and Mrs. Mary Cinquini. Chicken tamales were served with coffee in the dining room of the Elks hall. 'band participated in the jpotter Valley festival Saturday. Ralph Little, known as "Shorty" if Old; Hopland and employed by "Iharlfes Nicolas, was found uncon- 'ious Tuesday and taken to a ih^ hospital. The case was di- tgtiosed as stroke. Mr. Nicolas received word Friday that there Spring Fashion Show Presented By Local Store Features Lovely Models Spring fashions in a setting of spring flowers with a backgi'ound of music was a Friday afternoon event in the J. C. Henney store where scores of visitors applauded five youthful models and two little girls as they presented fashions ranging from spqtts wear to pastel evening frocks. Mrs. J. P. Mason, manager of the ready-to-wear. - department looked right nice herself while she announced the nunibers, in crisp white tailored butcher linen dress trimmed in bands of eyelet-embroidered' self material. With a runway built out from the stairs and flanked by baskets and urns of flowers, the models had an attractive setting in which to display the new styles with appropriate accessories and lovely corsages of roses. Among the several costumes modelled by each was a smartly attractive frock woin by Nelcyne Smith—a tangerine butcher linen peplum dress with a peter pan collar. Ciepe Lined Cape Another that received applause was worn by Ida Richardson— an aqua rayon gabardine with a tiny cape lined and tied in a bow of brown and v/hite polka dot crepe, and a hat to match. An- ardine with navy and whi^e pollca dptp worn by Lois Patton. Its matching hat was also acclaimed. Clep Mitc}iell was especially pretty in an aqua linen, and in a rose crepe 'afternoon'dress w|tli' diagonal haji^s in pastel shajjes. We thought the prettiest Cof too many to describe in detail) was a Gibson girl blouse and skirt, both trimmed in eyelet embroidery worn by Dora Giannecchini. The evening dresses were simple arfd prefty in pastel shades, one a dusty rose crepe of simple lines with an effective ruffled treatment in the back, and E)ora's pale bliie sheer with tiny blue satin bows. Daphne and Janet Rawles were as cute as could be holding hands in kindergarten frocks, Janet in a rayon poplin with a tucked yoke and pockets and Daphne in a printed la.'/n with shirred inserts on the skirt and yoke. Music was provided by records on a cabinet phonograph furnished for tlie occasion by Bartlett Oil Company. "• VISITORS FHOJ(I NAPA Mr. and Mrs. Everett C. Go'forth of 819 "Maple avenue are expecting Mrs. Goforth's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Byron English of other similar one was in gray gab- Napa for a weekend visit. obtained only through a countywide, full-time health unit. Organizations wishing to borrow the film should contact the associr alien by writing to P.O. Box 416, or teleplioning Ukiah 116-W. Mrs. Lee Mopes Guest In Andy Gloss Home The many friends of Mrs. Lee (Bertha) Mapes of Potland enjoyed seeing her here last wpek where she was the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Closs of South Dora street. Her daughter Lou Ann came from southerji California to ,join her here and return with her io Portland wljere .she will wpric this summer before entering "college in the fall. Mrs. Mapes formerly livpd in Ukiah where her late husband, Lee Mapes was mariager of the Diamond Match Company. Lou Ann while here, told of visiting with Dixie Wise in Los Angeles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wise of" Ultiah and sister of Mrs. Jack MacNal>. "Tlie two girls were chums during their school da.ys here, where the Mapes were prominent in social and business affairs: Mrs. Mapes and her daughter went home on Friday, May 14. SUNDAY AT TALMAGE LOT The TelJ^jage Sluggeu will meet the faxt Fort Baker baseball team at Talmage Sunday afternoon, the game tieginning at 1:30 sharp. ment. ASSIGNMENT Joseph Harlan et ux to Ray Millard et uxi proii:i}sspry note.' MAT ID; 1948 DEEDS J H Morrow et ux to J H Morrow et iix, landin T12 NR12W. Rockport Rdwd Co to Ray Shel- fon, land in T23N R17W. Max Quasne to Maxine Thompson, land in T18N RllW. Fred Tomingas to fCenneth Mahari, land in T2iN Rl^W. ESTA^ FACT OF ZtE^TH ' Est of F' A Mattesbni, deed, said deed died 9/21/4.7, land in WilUts. DECREE QUTETiNG TTITLE ' Lloyd Bridges et al vs Wanda Mehtonen, admin est of David Johnson, deed, land in T23N RllW, T23N R12W. DEEDS OF TRUST Kenneth Closs et ux to Corp Am, tiustee and BJc Aih, land in blk B, Ukiah N Add. ' Hugh Granskog et ux to Corp Am', trustee and Bk Am, land in Fort Bragg. Takashi Wada to Mendp Co Title Co, trustee arid Svgs Bk' Mendo Co. land in Ukiah. ' Kenneth Mahan to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and Fred To­ mingas, land in T21N R13\V. Peter PaoU et ux tp F pAlbert- sp net al, trustee and Giacinto Romeri et ux, 'land in So Add to Fort Bragg. CHAS. KASCH AttoJTiey and Counselor at Law! Odd Fellows BuUdlng North State St. Ukiah, Calif, li MAY n, 1948 DEEDS Ethel Steiner to William Smith et ux, land in T23N H17W, Charles Forbes et ux to I,eonard Reece et ux, land in T16N R12W. H M Cochrane et ux to A L Harris et ux, land in T;:5N R12W. Same to same, lot 1. Same to'same, lot 5. Ervin Burke et ux to Alan Au'jer et ux, land in Ukiah. Santa Fe Land Imp Co to Phillip Ross et ai; land in T13N R14-15W, T14N R14-15W. Same to same, land in T13N R14W. John Rector to J L McNeill et ux, land in T13N R18W. W L Hurt et -ux to William Brown et ux, land in T22N A12- 13W. Joseph Heeman to Earl Long et ux, land'm 822N R13W. O O Barker et ux to L E Lander^, land in T19N R14W. Marian Busby to Charles Daglow et ux, land in T15N RlfiW. Marian Busby to Charles Dag. low et ux, land in T15N Riaw. ' Roy Goodwin et ux to Maurice fowler et ux, land in Ukiah. Arthur Andersen et ux to T T Waggpn'eret UX,'Iaiid in lots 73, 74 Yokayo'?ranchp. lieb Anesi to George Anderson et ux, I'a'rid in XJkiah. ' Matvin' Pattbtt to WiUiam Ellison et ux, land in T18N R17W. T B Hill et ux to T B Hill et ux, land in T22N R12W. Harry Bro>vn et ux to Martin Hiirt et ux, land in Round Valley Indian liteseryalipn. • Unio|l Lmbr Co to Cesare Gemi- (initp et ux, land in FPrt Bragg. James Dill io Elmer Pinches, land ih'T22N -RliW: Joseph Foutz • et'ux to Arthur Miller et ux, land in Xlldah; Benjamin Eck to George Dawe et |ix, land in Dppley ranch. Protestant Episcopal Ch of Sacramento to B' A ' Kelly, land' in WUlits. M J Pellascio to Margaret Cre- monirii, land in Poiii'f Arena. H A Reynolds .'ef al to' Henry Bahnsen et ux, l^nd in T22N Rl3W. ' '' Hpscoe MoiTell et ux to C G Elliptt, land in 'T18N R18W. Ralph Reeves et ux to C R Burns et ux, land in T18N Rl8W. RIGHT OF WAY Jacob Newman to Co Mendo, right of way over land in T18N R17W. . DEEDS OF TRUST Almar McKinley et ux to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and Bk Willits, land in T18N R13'W. Arthur Miller et ux to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and Svgs Bk Mendo Co, land in Ukiah. A J Hollingshead et ux to F O AlbertsPn et al, trustee and Coast Nat Bk in Fort Bragg, lind in Ti8N R18W. Jackson Reed to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and J E Hunaicker et ux, land in T23N R1,7W. Faith Lutheran Ch to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and Svgs Bk Mendo Co, land in Ukiah. Cyrus Elliott et ux to Mondo Co Title Co, trustee arid Bk WilUts, land in NW Add to .Willits. Alice Secrist to Bk Am, trustee and George Nichols et ux, land in Willits Rd BUbdn, T18 NR17W. C R Burris et ux to Bk Am, trustee and Ralph Reeves et ux, land in TIBN Ri8W. J L McNeill et ux to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and Pearl Hutsell ,land in T13N R13W. W P Brown et ux to Fed Land Bk of Berkeley, trustee and Fed Land Bk of Berkeley, land in T22N RI3W. Robert Giannoni et al to Mendo Cp Title Co, trustee and Svgs Bk Mendo Co, land in lUdah. Maurice Fowler et ux to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee arid Svgs Bk Merido Co, land In Ukiah. MORTGAGES D G Thompson to Svgs Bk Mendo Co, baler located on Vamos property N of Ukiah. George Dawe et ux to P H Hopper, land in Dooley ranch. RECDNVEyANCF,S Mendo Co Title Co to Mildred Oxford et al, deed of trust. Sonoma Co Abstract Bur to Antonio Oreglia et al, deed of trust. Henry Spurr et al to Jackson Reed, deed of triist. Wanda Mehtonen to Jackson Reed, deed of trust. Mendo Go Title Co to Georgt Nichols et ux, deed of trust. A waiTant was .tssued this week by District Attorney James, B. Busch in which John G. Lundstrom of Portland is charged with issuing fictitious checks to Ed Mertle of Fort Bragg to reimburse Mertle for wages paid to workmen.'employed on the broadcas't- irig tiwer at that place which collapsed on May 26. Lunstrom was the contractor, and the structural steel used in the tower was manufactured at Poii;- land and the steel workers on the job were employes of Lundstrom. Mertle, it is said, advanced money to pay the workmen arid the checks in question, one for $1022 and another for $250, were supposed to reimburse Mertle for money advanced. Both checks were c!i'.=.'.'.n on the First National Banic of Portland". At the request of Sheriff Broa'd- dus, Lundstrom was ariested the first of the week by Portland.po­ lice, who advised Broaddus of the arrest and that Lundstrom had signed wavers of extradition and was released to his attorney while arrangements were being made to take care of the checks. The attpr- ney is expected in Ukiah this week to attempt a settlement without his client making an appearance bece, Thomas Fahey of JPortland was killed in the collapse of the tower and Paul Singer was struck by an insulator as he fled from the base of the collapsing steel woi 'k. Fahey, a structural steel worker, was.300 feet up .the side of the tower wheri it collapsed. American Legionnaires, Auxiliary Activities Members of Lewis 'White Post, American Lpgion, an (J its auxiliary traveling trf Eurelja' enjoyed tlje May 15-16 meeting and priteftatn- ment provided by the Eureka legion which' iiicluded a Saturd§y riigsht dance and midnight buffpt, supper. " ' [: .^uxiliajry district prpsiderjt, Mrf Jane Isnard recently retur^i- ed from ti weejts trip oi oEEipial visits to Fortune, Ferndale aiid Crescent City. She was accompanied by Ellen Taylor of Fort Bragg, of the department executive committee for.Girls State. Ifi Crescent City she awarded district prizes to winners of the Popfpy cpntesl at a iargp gathering of all students who tooli part in the contest arid their friends and f ainilies.. • SVIrs. Isnard and Miss Taylor also attended an enjoyable district meeting in Tule Lake. Elks' Ladies Organize, Elect Their Officers Elks ladies who met Friday night, May 14, to organize a cliib to be affiliated with, but not sponsored by the Ellcs club, chose Mrs. Vernon Yates for their president. Tlie meeting, sponsored by Exalted Kuler Ed Jennings, was the initial step in forming the unofficial auxiliary which meets on first and fourth Fridays of each month. Mrs. Riiy 'Williams was elected recording secretary; Mrs. Reno Bartolomio, financial secretary; . Mrs. George Butts, treasurer; Mrs. James Sacchi, chaplain; Mrs. H. D. Eo'ierts will handle publicity, and Mrs. John Viarengo is pianist. Tru.slees for a three year period arc Mrs. Ed Jermings and Mr.-!. Howard Tuttlc; Cor the one- year period, Mrs. Joseph Hinman of Upper Lake. A socinl meeting has been called for May 28 and the group will choose' a name and consolidate their plana. • W NOW AVAILABLE ^ OLYMPIC HOTEL iTAriOR&ENirST.-SXRHIJliOStO -W ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS TILE BATH-SHOWBt .GARAGE IN HOTEL FHEERAQlO From wherp I sit... Jiy Joe Mars|i Take Your Choice, IVeighbpr! Tlje mis.sps —whp writes pur Wopii^n's Colunin iri the Clarion ifffder the name of "Nancy Gaje"— gets i^tlprg about ri^cipes, advice on fititiuette, horoj; inanascnieiit. ett. One letter she got last week was abou-t a recipe she published for •Welsh Earebit—made wJih tart cheese, Worcestershire, and a cup of sparkling tangy beer. "Turned out great," says her correspondent. " But you didn't mention •what beverage to serve with it. Should I serve bepr? Cider? Iced tea?" The missus' ansv/er was simply: "Apy beverage ypar guests prefer. You don't fiave to serve cidjer—nny mpre than you have to serve beer ...but it's often courteous to )et guests Iiovc a choice." From where I sit, that simple answer applies to more items thai> Welsh Rarebit. In a world wiiere everyone has different tastes anS ideas—•we should recognize those differences —and never deny the right of choice to anyone I Qopyn&l^t, 1948, United Stales lirewen Foundatiet f

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