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Anderson Valley News ^ DISPATCH DEMOCRAT, miAII. CALIPOIIMIA PAGEPIVB ^' Boon- •Tlrewrre* ill is onard c. Swenson 'I 'tyi'iChir^laAi' W»rd') with _ ^ „ dfiSweaiiGi i*: «Mannon; for treStirteni^ and weht cMbtfclfe Banks \'P6yl6r vs 'John horfife Sunday I *"i c »' BtfMtSuBffftlsiy^Hi /I'rial date of •iPifictfc^ was hetfl'THday nrght'jTu^fi-38 \fe<5flted ahd ipfaced on by thfei Hetiekiilli lold^fe IbT mltl- cwn ^WlVe-llst to bfe tBfiet for sWifla/ftfemy as pmm. In- ^foH; which We <i6i<l somfe trftl.. two (daughters, Mrs. Geraldjne Sphering, of Brentwood and Mrs. Bonnie Knapp of Garberville,'aSid many (Sorrowing friends. , Vernon Hawfes Service's / . • Ori Thursday, June 17, at 2 p.m. the BoonviUe church was . the scene of a funeral service for. Vernoti: Rawles, who. passed away June 1^4. The crowded church, ^uU of. friends and relatives, and the many flowe^-s were the expres.slon of :the respect and esteem in Which this man. was iield. Services were conducted by Rev. Bollipger of .XJii»ah, and two songs, Beautiful Ifileof Somewliei:e and God Vfill Talce Care of You, were. sung, tiy Airs. Emily Preslej*. Intemient took place at Evergreen cemetery; where a military service was field by |tbe American Legion. .'.Vernon Rawles was born in 1886, - and lived his entire life in Anderson valley. He was the son >of ;pione6r parents, Mrs. Delcitia Rawles ?nd the late Robert Rawles. Jfe IS survived by his wife, Martha Rawles. his mother, Mrs.Delcine Rawles, a son^ Robert Rawles, and grandson, one brother, Ernest Rawles, and four sisters, Lois Glow, Vera Babcock, Zelpiia .Micfhaelson .and Thelma Fought; The Eversole Mortuary was in charge of the' funerals; ,,TWo such outstanding citizens dk • Mr. Wilson and Mr. Rawles Win live long m the memory of thoSe who knew them. .Services.for the late Fred Nylund were held JUne 14 at Ukiah. Efl^qrtsvwere made to communicate' with but no contact could be made. Funeral services were in charge of,the Lance & Zlmirier- n)an.Funeral Ghapel m Ukiah. ; i iMr. and Mrs; Axseifebri. ef B66n- .Vllte- are atteitdihg -thfe.'. Distfict Fellowship meeting in Lakfepbrli j<-this week. They report a deligiit- ,^ ful vacation and are enjoyiM, meeting the old. friends and he'w' ones. , • •, • • • : A surprise birthday party was h61d. Wednesday nii^t, ,Jyn?' l6> for Norris Pinoli at lilS'Jionl^.'Nor'- K.T? his was really surprised When'the dtwr opened and many of his old friends • trooped in to wish bim happy birthday. Games were enjoyed, followed by strawberry Wl<ft*'ed..'*rea'f^ !:?fike Slid fcdflfee. Those uresent we?e Mi Jjnd'Mrb B}U.Dj^htindn, lar and.Mrs B^U aS^i^ J^'>, "Miss Jjosie Briuser and. Mr^^aHa Mts. Norris PihOli .V-^tffey:,.^j8;t6jV, Th^sd^y - weVfe .iSSr^^f epMSeriflfig :W Little THfe b*t¥r Gfpiip^ Fart firagg. They cmmtimi to: j?re!/erft;a 3-aqt «;Mtitid,|, ikmm Thaw, St Badp 'irHie''itjJifle h'rfll'some tiitie ^ '¥h^ih|ttg^itifeht'af'thrfeb of/fhe "-"rft \tk^i}an' cU^ks girls '^s buHm ••'uj #'-J«^., ioiiowirig ia^lQhi 'BMy tifiii P ^raiKi'^iid •bert.BUn^r, of-Redwood .eity, ipyb ''^Wi ?'tod RarbriJ L^e t^M :3StMii'6 "^nd Jarbara Mkr^Hfili ahd Moiiroe Etiatt -of yorkvillai'SftinB ofjtne Wfeddifig .gltiris ate dfeflhite. • -ISH":fut£ jcfiglitman,. Jo- llSnfe ,?ratiier and X>^vld GbWaH SScWied" weir "ftrsit comiiianiori'' at ,ffyk Cajholli church .1h.Elk, J.iine 6; Acbonipanying^them were tHeii- Plirehts ari^.fnends, Mr.-and Mf^s. .MsS ^Jbh-Prather, Mr. and Mrs. 'Ray rfay ^-of ;'6£fhtii SosSi .*ir„'artd i/fhi Arthu't Gowan and daughters Joan and Mane,; Mrs, and MrS: 'fl&h 'Sh i ^etli Cpwan &h fcfith&lifc Engagement Announcement An engagement party was given Saturday night for Charmian Ward tance tax due. Btey- JUNE 18. 1948 . Estate Adelaide Gray Perkins, deceased. Decree of no inheri- and Simon Blattner at the home of Miss Ward's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Frank Ward of.Philoi Games and s/nging were enjoyed by the young coiiples present, ending in atreas- ure hunt for the announcements. Refreshments of hoinc-made cakes and jelio were served. Guests Were Bill ' and Jv^hita Maddtx, Bob and Virginia GiHUarid, Benhie Ingram, Rea Ingram, UiU and .Dolores Dightman, Tom and Viola Ruddock, Clarence and Evelyn Blattner, James and jbsepfiine Gowan, Geoi'ge and Annr^arie Gowan, Norris Snd Gra^e f^n^l 'i P6rry and Donnk Austin, Charniiart, Ward, Simon Blattner, George and Betty Burris, and the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ward. Mr. A. C. Hess, Sr., have as their guest this week their soh;: Mr. H. L. Hess of Oregon. Mr. Hess IS district attorney and is on a brief vacation, visting his parents and relatives here. . James Farrer left Sunday f{ir Santa Rosa where he will coih- piete his year in aeronautics. His- ilnal flight will be made Tuesday. Mr, and Mr^.Aldea Reilly were, weekend guests of Alden'.s mother, Mrs. G. A. ReOly of, Pliilq. ; Frank GoWan of Bericeley was a valley visitor Monday. He is the son of Mrs. Elizabeth Gowan of Philo. ^ • , V . Arthur Gowan of Philo is reported ill Wifti the mumps this week. Valiy visitors Monday were Mrs. Stump and Airs. Charles Woi^h of Coini>tche. Mrs.' Stump is the teacHer at Comptche. mass, IsiiHi'HeJd at "crariefe H&ll ^ at 9 evgrj; Saturday 'mormng. i Mr^^.JEili^iiHesg, w[ho, re ,ceijtly underjvent . an. operation at tiie Stanfdfa EaK6 TiasfJitai, is i 'etJoH- ed to be improving. Pr..J&^, ]S3fcs,,jeow„«}.L .aiid ,Jthei.rJ two {sons Rpni;iie and.. Timmie moveil Wednesday to their nqw homi ill Betinville; recetitiy; vacated. b 'y /'ilH?! •'RifBSell Millers. At present "ijii^^^ijia '^ii»rs., iiiiiilei^ rabU family affe, kaViif^ alt^.tlie LindlSy resid |i ^^Whte' 'fc-btrtpldtirtg ihfeir Rem 'tki/liHg.b &ganon the Hiway biiiidiHg .iit^t • wSfek. The portion formerly UlSecl ;fbr; tjie bakery has been convmed ' Itito the varlfety store. Mr. and Mrs. LaVM-ne iPreS^ey; ,tii^ oWners,^are installi^li^^^t^, electt^jc^l appliance depaftmeiitrand-flireiidy -Haye several Refrigerators on the floor.- VfiYTifn, Jng ^a^:^^is, r^ be c mvalesQing frctn-. his recent tonsi t|perdtloni-Hfe- is -Speridirig Mrs. Lloyd Tindali Shower Honoree 'L 'B- J B. :^arper of the JUlslie C !-a *ft(}rd i-aWcii, ^as honoied'Si a stork shower in the home of Mrs. Alva Hqatf, ' 1144 , West Pi^Jiins street Friday .iiight. Mrs. LJoyd Tindall, Mrs. «aas's tister ih IdW was co-hostess for the party to present gifts for the fourth child m the Tindall fanjily. The newcomer will have three sisters, Betty Joyce^. D(Snria-and Ijoyraine. /' ...Deeorationp -Were on,' the stiStk' thfeme, \yith tin^ ^tbotlipiok-safety- •Ijin, storks ;ih -gumdrop .hases'-'-tlt bach?plate.^Hcflnernhde -iee- cream .was servfea with 'Cakes.made. ))y Mrs.-:-;pbunt' SalisburyjrMts. elite Lynch and Rubye •Salisbury,' pifts were piled-high m asglft b ^s^inet for iDreseptation tb th^ hohoi-ee and Included, froifi sls(er, Mr^ Rici)$iid. Pleiglp of Wbohlicre, a c% of babV tpadB. Mrs> Fleigle and her husband Snd M>n Chdrlbs hav6 be ^n^housegu^ts iri thfe H^as hom4/while party preparations Were^nthde. >'''<-' .^V GameS'-.were'-played'-and prizes liifon by 'jWesdajnes t'ouht Saii^ bury, V61ma RUtid,iok, Alfred Par­ ker'dnd Erwm Kobh. • •iOtWers"'attending w ^e Mesdames: WlUiam Alexander, r^- ^age; A. it. Gateriacci. Ed WalcH, Hanby Ford,-John .Tindall, .1-J. Boster^Joto BraTcehiU, Tom Ja^k- sonjJTean Johnson,-Napai_afld the Misses Josephine FornaserO, Janet Tinaall, ^Lois Salisbury- ahd the .thiee Harper.-glrls. • j. • . : . Gifts were, seht from . thfe- following unable to attend. Mesdames ,Ed.. Hayes, Wiliits;, Opal Tfittle,-Jdhri Cyprffe, Alfrfea tde- terj; EUmest Hi^mptirey, ,0 u y Humphrey; Bob Hollander,, J, TiJ- ton, D., A. Thompson and Xouis Spl'Sgue. Mts. Harper's sislet, MrS. Miirvm Sintpson and. sisier in.iaw, Mrs. James Haas, of San Francisco, who planned to come, were un- ablfe tb be 'here'iitiii sbiitthelr giffs alsoi'^';';;' tei 's.,,katle:vdel Grb6Sb;4»^s ih utfii1hJ.ui3fcj.9-20 to spmH jJather's Day at. the fhbiiie. of Mr. aiid,"Mrs. Tiiio VeiitUri wliere.-iigr, father, John.t'aaerb lives; to^Pas^rij — ce: ano' Guardianship of Frank A. Faught, an incompetent person. Petition for order approving comT promise of claim dnd directing conveyance granted. Guardianship.Robert Washburn and Richard Washburn, minors. Accounting continued to July 2. Estate I..eopard A, Colberg, deceased. Sale of real property confirmed./ • . ...•.„ ., • Estate Matt Mankineni deceased,. Final account, approved, distribution, ordered. ., , , , , Estate fGrace Elizabeth .Gray,' deceased. Report of inheritance tax.appraiser approved. Estate Florence May Hunter, deceased. Final account, petition tor, distribution continued to July 2. .,. , Estate Helen Lang, deceased. FinaL account approved, petition for distribution continued to June 25. Estate,,Susie Lyjich, deceased.: Acc9untiiag continued to July 2. Estate A. B. Thompson, deceased.: Accounting dropped:, i . , Guardianship Dicky Joe Wade- and JinjmyJpe Wade, minors. Pe-: tition.for-allowance of support of minofs^grante^.v; i , , Petition of Edith S. Rawles to: determine: taxability of transfer, continue^ to June 25, , Application to compromise disputed :claim: John David Mast, Jr. Petition granted. ... Estate William -F.. Whitney, deceased. Petition for letters; of administration continued to June 22. Eii'zabm Marie ,%fb.iik vs. George O. Evans. Divorce, dfe- erefe itiodified to give custody of {niSor-ehiiaren to plaintiff with right to defendant to visit chil-, dren. I Wilbur Anderson vs. Leslie A. Goble. Order of submission set aside.t, • - • . • • •': Ukiah Pme Lumber Co.. vs. Jor seph. Van Alntwerp. PlaintifE ^'rant^&-judgment for $29».71. •S Johti.Celand Alameda vs. Loreri Downing et al. Plaintiff granted judgment for $1917. W. W. Denton et al vs. B. G. .Bfoga ^tls et„al; 'Motion, to,.quash fie.fviee of suninions granted. , tJiWirence^ tlnderhill etux Vs William L. Reltet et ux. Plamtiff gi'flhteil decrfee iquieUng title, suJp- ject to reservation's Bhd exceptions . ' HalpTi .L. trains vs., ,N. A. Mc- kiiinom Plaiiitiff denied judgment. ;i • Rbglilo: Pabhrem vs. Marjorie' Show ..PacHrefn.: Plaintiff granted finsil decree of divorce. Pred'^C. 'Bobbins Vs. David H.' Jlefylprd, • MOtioh tb' thx: • Costs sUKrRitted. M&rie Ver^aegeh et al VB Robert S. Odell, etc, et al Set for trial--'Gct. ' 4.' J^ry and 'notice Waived by defendant. :' -Irrej;. <$11 va vs. Hercule^ Silva, J. .feirlher proeeedingS on order to show caiise fcontinued to .Tune 25. Glenn 1?. Sttawn vs. Elizabeth H. Stra<vn. Plaintiff granted interlocutory, decfee of: divorce oft ground of -wilful desertion. •FJorence Philips vs. John- Earl philips. Order-to show cause and iftotloij to modify iiiferloeutbry de- ci-lie of divorce stihmitted. .^^Jjople. vs. F; C. Bull et -ai.. Motion requiring plaintiff to furnifeh bill of particulars and ^motion to Mils pleadinfe more definite and ceijtatn.argued and.sniimitted. , ..Louise V, Stornetta.'etc, vs. D. I C ^.SittitHk as .Administrator. Plaip- tiife graiite 'd: decree quieting title. - O.'R .1 'Skagfeg'Myer Gross, Demurrer argued, submitted and overruled; 10 days after notice to Hiiawer. • .. i .'jtddl 'evHagbpiatf vs. , Al Cox: Demurrer'.withdrawn, 10 days to ahswfer,- notice waived, J^fertba York Vs Lbren V. York. Qrder.'to ^h'ow cause continued to JtihJB 23. Orimiaal PSople vs, RMSSell Kerineth Oil- Pat Jsarson Of Sunday Swiiris day M^sOllni;: .Sf: • Fgrt "Brdgg People vs. James Russell Smith: Defendant entered plea ot guilty evening lie accompanied _ his son,' .u„.ge af felony Referred to Harryl^a^^-oitoq^peUitdaltena:.^.^^^ ^Jf^r ^^^^^ 'he farewell,(jlin^er, given.for Mr. iiid-.^irs./Botjeri, Vi'arengo who '^p^hi left MOn&ay-fbi; Ifaiy. MHS.,BB5 C K;EMBJP,5E .HgHE.. ,Mrs, ^. ^re5k.enfidge„ij/Jdow , „ __of a idrmer ^•fsWteriEtri..^astop this fweek Witii his-'btbther tfhdi of Ukiall,'Who ''ves ihfierke- gram' inings. PHILO, June ,.22,.— Mr. ajid Mrs. A. "Lolly" Gos'sman of NaVarro left last week for Long Beach after hearing of the death of Mrs, Gossman's sister, Mrs, Ruth Dawson of 'Joe Pasefb aiid Algelb De Re, fnembbrs of tiie Fort Bragg Log- tiei'Sclme •bvet' from the coast Saturday to see the .garfie between i ii 'am Bromley. With her health the Golden Glows imd Ukiah-Tiil- iniS JWOCft Willi UJ\4Uii, '\y*-^ j.. familyi Mi-, ahd. Mrs. Everfett In- ley, visited for two days this -week gram'~aml 'Bori" DOnnle -Of-CUm-'' in-fthe h'<5*«e-of ana >MW;3Wil- Pebple VS..Henry ivdn Broker. Bepdrt ..:j8f.;prob4tioh officer continued to June 25. / somjewhat frail she was not able tp contact 911 'the old friepds whom ! she'd hoped td see. Another visitor in the Bromley home for "several weeks is Mr. Broirily's aunt. Miss Etta Chase of HOllister. mage All Stars and to visit Joe's father, Jojiii Pasero, and sisters, Mrs. diiarles Rovera, Mrs. TiiiO Venturi and Mrs. William Frassinello. They remained for ttie Sunday game. AEiRli:i!rN£ N ORTH and Leoi^ard E . Swenson, who were matjried h*r« on,June 13 and left to mkke their hom^ in Los Angeies, The biide WM a popular member'ol the high-selfiol Jacul^r and Mr. ^weAiKin lasigiied his poiition witlb the county school system to «nter University of Southern California tor postgraduate work in education. • '••'•• • ••• , Ihstrumeitls RecordM JUNE 11, 1948 DEEDS , , . j 00 Barker (d-John.-Katsulak|s,^ 40;ac in T3S, .R2E, HM., , . f Ann O'Donnell.tQ J H O'Donnell; 9 ac. in Sec 28, T17N,. R17W. . , , 1 Fredrick Hickman et ux to S>G. Wiiliairis et ux. Land in -T18N, R17&18W. Fred Bishop et ux to Gliftoj-d' Stormes et ux,»Land near MUb-- Chester,... • . •., : - . :.. . •• Fred Bishop et ux to Wm Oweiis et ux, land near ,;Ma,nchester. ,., Mario ^VentyHet ux to Elisfeo Venturi et.yx, land m-Howards' Siibdn of Lot • 107 & por of Lot 108, Yo Ro, . Mario yeiituri,et ux tb Tpy Cas-- sella etuxjLand in Howard Sub^ln' bf Lot 107 jicir Of Lot 108; YO Kb. ORlbRR C&NFIRMING.SALE Estate ofAlexander' Thbinas;. flec'd, cbntirms sale-to. CatHerihei Tbo)nas.of land in-TlSN, R14W. D'EGR.-TERM'N!G -JOINT TEN., K L Smith, decfd,, Petition ol Ruby gmjth. K L. Smith died Apf il 4j- 1949, • terminafps joint 1 tenancy in.^aod. in.',Maize Subdn,, Wiilits. NOl'tCE PENKENCY.OF ACT'N Nina YOSsellkaUl, i^ltf, vs Arnold Vosserikkui, dfdt, Ariiold Vossen- Kaul, dfdt & eross-complainant, A ^s Niiia Vossenkaul et al, pltf'& croiss-derendanta, property referred 'to as Sleepy. Hollow Court. NOTICE IF LIS PENDENS ...Jack Mulli et al, pltfs, vs Manon UuWl et al„>dIdtB, T19N, fJI,7W ..i &.in.igan Trancisco. . MORTGAGES :^H-M Laiicaster et 'a 'r til Bit bf Wiilits, Trictof with bulldozer. . ^ Manuel Bodrlgiies et ux to Manuel,-Lima. Mello et ux, Land in..Tl:8N..Ul'J:&I8W. Lucien Mau^egard et ux to ^edwd Et?ip,, Prod ,Gre.4, A^In, cattlf & crops on land near Na- fc^RTIF AMT OF CONTRIB,. Dept of Empl to Sai gis Derelian, ufider Ufteffipl'lns Act ld4f , , .. Dept of Empl to Sargis Derelian Uneniffil Ins Act 1847. ABSTRACT OJP JUDGMENT . W. C Drinnen, pltf, vs -The Forks Auto Ct & Groji? et, al, dfdt, amt pf judgment $1999.29* $100 int & $15:05 costs. DECLAI?.AT ;0 N OF HOME^TE'D Harold Kiirk, lai\d in Redwd Val. PARTIAL RECONVEYANCE Dflrothy. Holland et al, trustees t,0 Jjjedrick .Hickman et ux, por of ...lands indeed, oi.triist., RELEASES OF MORa'GAGES • Harold Harvey .et ux to J D Metzler et al.,, . Bk ot A"tn to Marvin Romer et •ftELINQ SUPERSEI?fcD St RIWY Calif Hiway Coiiim, por of St hiway . betw. Bromley Cr and Ft Bragg, T48N. R1.8W.. ... &ELEASE QF MORTGAGE Union Lumber. Co to The Men- abninbVCb. • .. NOTICE OF INTEND.ED SAtE John Sodersfrom., 'dba Long yal-, ley Mpat Kurt ScHmitz, meat m^^t iS: bytcfier' shop buBJness at iLaytdiivlHe.vSale to te matie at offices of—Prime • Sausage' Prod, Lp.w Qap Road in-Ukiah TWp on Jiihe IS,. \, jufJE a. iaia DEEtiS , . Coriielia McClure to Victor McClure et ux, land in Ukiah. , HsrZey. Hayes et al to "Tale Chariey et ux, land, ip Cochrane Sut)dp. -.i .r •! :. ' ; 'i FINAL UlSTRIBUT^ION Est •;Clara :'M(;G/^^,.-d?qd, dis, tj;ibifteS to FraHki 'WiJiiams, et a"l ISlid ih Pqttp,Vailey, T17N RllW, also Jsei-sbhal proiJerty. BILL OF SALE Ruth White to L B Adams, fiir- pishings and ilxtures at Mode p;;3ay. Frock Shop, Ukiah, alEo assignment of lease. ... ABS'TRACT W JUDCaiENT ^t Cbinp. Ins Fund vs Bryce pogbrs, arnbunt . of, . judgment $226.28; partial SatiSfactibn ill ainbunt of $12.13. NOTICE OF INTENDED SALE Leslie Goble, dba "Andy's," to Wilbur Anderson, hqvior,,licence. Sale to be made at offices of Spurr & Bruntier, Ukiah. • Leslie Gohle, dba "Andy'fe.Plice"; to Wilbur (Anderson. Stock, in: trade, etc. Vendee will, mortgage, said equipment, etc to vendor. Sale to be made as above. JUNE 14. 1948 PATENT ,, USA to ..Wjllliam Cooper, land iri T22N B13W. DEEDS Union Lmbr Co to Antti Koskela et uX, land in Fort Bragfe. .,. ; James Ford et ux-to Raymond iFord, lahd in T18N R13W„ i Sophie Finucci et al to Raffaello. lacominj, landin TIBN R,15W., S Robert Culbertson et jjx ,i to Don Bowker, land in T16NR10W. .1 Don Bowker to S fiohert Cul- •bertson et UXs land In T16N RIOW, [4:Gebrge Eckman.eliiux to ..Percy pfetrn"baun :et ux, land an Ukiah,. .ijohn McNab. to Ca .spar Lmbr Co,, land,.in T17N.,fll7W. , Mazie Wh'ttoker to C. H Barnard et m, land in' T17N RllW. W K Yocum to Donald MacFarlane, land iuTllSN RllW, North Coast Devel Co to B E Johnson, lahd in T16N R14W. Frbnk Lefe et Ux to Jack LemoS, land jn Mendocino, : . ; Thos Brennan et ux to Thos Brennan-etux; joint tenants, land in ykiah. • AGREEMENT, . . Herman Malson et ux to Robert al.iand m Fort Bragg, DEEtiS OF TRUST C ti Barnard et ux to .H^rry Falk; Jr., et al, U-usteos for RbScoe Dadi ^man et ux to Corp Am, trus- teejfof £k Am, Idnd in Ukiah. hop. CONTRACT .. W -E Barber, ;Jr, et aUto John Haas, Inc., 30,000 lbs of 194§ hops on iranch near Hopland.. • LfcASE ., ... ..Aldred -Npriund et Richfield Oil Corp; Ilind at Cumin ngs. RELEASfe OF MORTGAGE F E Vaughan to Chdrles Whittaker fet (1*. DECLABB -HOMESTEAD Addle Fenton, l& T18N R17W CAIidPAIGN STATEMENTS , Paul Poulos, supervisor, 2nd dist, $411.04: , . • ; Ed Haehl, supervisor, 1st dlsl., $10:\- JUUE 15. H48 DEEDS . . . . Chaj-les Garrett et vjx to Hayry Van Horn et ux, land in South Add to Fort Bi-Ugg. Will Bleviils ef ux to Co Mendo, T13N R14W. "John Michael el ux to James Hyde, land m Fort Bragg. . . |l C J Rilschel et Edgar Goasett .et ux, land- in- 'E18N. R13W. ,Cjiester Hood, to Casper . Kroh et£ux;-land,In Rowe tract. .JBW Henderson et ux to Charles Gr^y et ux, land in .•i;?.gN RiaW.,, ,Pred KgJly to St Calif, land in Tl'fiN R12Wr ' ' - ' • Dovey Kelly to St Calif,'land in Ta6N;R,12W.'. . .' ': ' ' : James :C&nipbell et .uit to St c^j.^ land in nm.Mim.:. ' .•j;ames.,CanipbeU ,;et,..iUXi to St Calif. .,Mnd TliBN• RJ^W. ', . •TgerHss. .Parks io^t Calif, land in'tl9N R17W. Albert fldn^-et ux to iPred Fos- tel--'et'u}t,liifid in Wlllits; • • George Biggar et ux to Gebl-ge Biggar;et ux, joint tenants, land iiitCoyelo,, ,. • , , ES'^.^B^^.,IS|^-ClEATH. ,,. , „ I . Petition of Frances Me.yer to ter; minate ..ibirit tenkhcy „of,, Henry M^yk, Ideccl, 'di^d 3/18/48, liind in' saifta Ctuz Wd Ukiah. CERTIFICATE bF .SAI ^E ROy Miii'maii et iix vs Friepa Dobner, $1800 to satisfy said jUdg- ' ment,"$500 bid and property .sbid to Roy.Hijrman et lix. DEEQS ,pF, TRVST , , Fred Fpste'ret ux to Corp. Am, trustee. for Bk Am, land in or nedr Wiuits.' ; • , ,. Jambs Hyde tb F O Albertsoh et al, trustees for Coast Nat Bk ih Foi-t Bragg, land ih Fort Bragg. Elina Sehlote et vir to F O Al- mei, high sqhoo'l,. oijampibn, and JoSpn Delxiity at the municipal i)QbJ., ,j 1 ' ,! , iSi^iUn^ off tl ^e „w «l fast, Bartolomel; tOQH-* sli^t l ««d oyer the f |el (l> bt;ti<DeLotty clbsed-the gap ^tvifiemittway point end it.eppear. ^di;^^ the spectators: that the race WQ ^1& be, beitween these two guls H^M ^&vCHi .t/cburnine her way up ,f|;|e(insi(ib I ^nc ^-Miss X,arson' broke ioibfifS tO<i(iatch jQtid'noae out both hi :l9 at)-the tape. <. ,{ Anotheri,girl ,wii<>.produced a lot iOf; comnjent-from :the spectators was .fat i-sibbett of Redwood Volley;; a •new.comer. to the local wateiwoys,..who demonstrat- jpd -plerity. ofjiskill. an wmriing tlie '25^yard freestyle event. < Sunday restilt^ ' .•,iJ]iinior^Gjy}s' 25-yard Backstroke 1-^Won 'By.Pat 'Ijarson;; Joenn De, Lotty,' setbhd;.; Joy Bartolomet, tbid. , , Novice Girls''25-yard Freestylb •Woii, by; .Pat. ^Ibbettl Charleen Sh'e'pK'a'fdj 3ec6h''d; Janice-Busch, third. Beginner Girls' 20-yard l^ree- style—Won by Angle Riva; Susan Sibbett, second; Shirley Richwmc, third ; Novice Girls' 20-yard Backstroke -T -Won. by Janet Rust; Sl;ilrley Bichwme; second; Charleen Shephard, third. Junior Boys' 25-yard Freestyle •^-Won by George Hildebr^nd; Bill Hovey, second; Walter Waterbury, third Novice Boys' 25-yard Freestyle —Won by Joe Bishop; Bill Tackaberry, second; Ronald Hobbs, third. - ., Begiimfer BoyS' 20-yard Freestyle—Won by Orvllle'EVans; Jimmy Wright, secohd; Roger Bald- Wifi, third. . •the box score of the J'une 13 game at Tplmage Jaetween the Sluggers and' Fort Walter was as follows- The .first round of the race for the city Softball league championships produced some interesting games last, week, particularly among the teams in Division B; The highlight was reached Friday- night when the battling American Xfglon nine overcome n 4-run lead in the last half of the seventh inning to down, the 20-30 Club I3-.i2, and,gain a 3-way tie for flrs^ place in the division. Due to the inability of Chief of Police John Viarengo to outshout Russ Richardson in a fourth innmg "Donhybrook," the police and (Ire department boys took a 7-5 lacing from Richardson's Market for the biggest up.set of the week. A group of gentlemen from the Lions Club spotted a fast DeMolay club many pounds and still won 11-6 for another upset. In Division A, the Veterans of Foreign Wars set the pace and proved the class of the division by beating a ttghting Western Electric nln, 14-2. Standing of Teams "A" League V F W Firestone CSE A Western EleCtric. Calpclla -. UA A Won .... 1 .... 1 _.. 1 .... 0 6 .... 0 Lost 0 0 0 1 1 "B" League Lions Club. American Legion Richardson's Market peMolay 20-30 ClMb Police-Firemen Won ._. 1 ._. 1 .... 1 _.. 0 9 .... 0 Lost 0 0 01 1 1 Foit Baker-T- I AB|«JR • Djtiy, 3b Cleveland, 2b .... ..... Timbertski, c ... «oyer, cf , _ ^hannine, rf Walker, If Edding, ss Button, lb Strong,, p -._ - - 5 1 2 1 6 4)01^ 4 1 0 1 0 ,4.j.'-21 r It 1 0 I 'O .4 1 1,1 6 '* 1 .11 ? |.,4,|,0..| 1 Total —- |.371,7,-,|. 2 Taiihajra— 9 [AB| H 1 ft Laviletta, lb Moro'ni, c Wada, ss Giiidi, ef :.: Sanchez, rf .. Ottosun, rf .... Mosna, 3b Harding, if.... Busch, 2b Seven, p -.— Lucchesl, p —. I '2 I 0 1 ,. :.j Total - - S7|, 111 8 Umpires—Tarnborini, Paladmi, Vbh Hfeffteft Gtadudtes From San Jose Slate The editdrlal staff of the JOuriiiil has received from Paul von Hafften announcement of the graduation Of the class of 1948-of t^e San Joae State College on June 18, of which he was a member. Von Hafflen w/11 be rerfaembered as the young man who so atily covered sport activities during his vac.ition of -l947> and made himself very popular with everyone he came irito contact with. . bertson et al, trustee for COast Nat Bk in Fort Bragg, land, ih T18N R17-18W, . Casper .Kroh et ux tP.Mendo Co Title Co, trustee fpr.Ray Johnson et ux, land in Rowe tra.fff. Robert -Gilgen ,e^ ux to Mendo Go Title Go, trustee for Svgs Bk Mendo • CO, land near Munson subdn. CHATTEL MORTGAGES - Crag Lmbr Go to Edgar, Nash, mill equiprtient* used In mill near Philo. ^ . Ben Mast -to the Morris Plan Go of, pallf,,tractor and dozer. •RECONVEYANCES Mendo Co Title Co to Earl Wijl- sey et ,Ux,. deed of, trust,,Gorp -.Aip to :,EIma Schlote et vir.,deea,:of trus,t. , . NOTldE OF .INTJBNDEb SALE lia'e rJelShpyde et UJf, dba .Beacon Criye-Iti to Ciiarjles McPiiie et tix, furiiitiire, fixtili'eS, e'tc, at Beacon Drlve-In Br^uth of Ukiah. Sale to take place at, offices of Spyrr, & Brunper,-, JUklah., cAMIJAiaN STATEMENTS 'Guido Behassihi, supervisor, 4th dist $497,82. ; Sterlirig Norgard, represeiiiative ill congress; $2(i6S,41, '4-H CLUB CAMP fiighly 4-H Club members have signified- their intention -of attcnd- in]| "the :'4-H- Ciiiifc-'Oarn'p at'Camp No. 1, Mendocino 'V^oodlands, July 25 . tb 28, inclusive. • This; With parents and leaders. Is exTpected to make a total camp enrollment bf 100. Activities at the camp will include hikes, siiort coursers in crafts and^a full program of recreation, including swimming, games' and campilre programs. Cost of the camp will be $7,50^ per person which covers insurance, food and necessary camp Expenses. Each person attending must bring bedding, eating utensils, a flashlight, a change ot clothing and are urged to bring any musical instrument and playground equiomeyit they may have. One adult will be In attendance for each 10 club members, to assist in supervision and activities. All members and adults who have not already made their reservations to attend camp are urged to make them with,the local club leader as soon as possible. l€hib Ttrarriey Ifn Second Ro«s Ton golfers survived the first round of the Midsummer Service Club tournament at the municipal golf course Sunday. The-rest of the original 20 competitors will continue play in the consolation round matches. The following scores were carded by the successful first rbund players: Pruett Edwards; G.S.E.A., Whitton, Rotary, CO; J. F. Gibson, G.S.E.A., 89; E. Phelati,,Elks, 61; Lee White, Elks, 63;. L R. 09; Jack Clarke, Rotary, 70; Harry Falk, Rotary, 70; Bob Knudaen, 20-30, 74; Ruel Slickney, Rotary, 75; Craig Bosworth, Elks, 75. Five players will go in the second round with pairings arranged as follows: Edwards v.s. White. Whitton vs. Gibson. Clarke vs. Falk. Stickney vs. Phelan. Knudson vs. Bosworlh. Four, golfers represent. the Rotary Club m the second round, three are from the Elks, two from C.S.E.A. and one from 20-30 Club. In the .consolation round the pairings are: Manning vs. Walden. Cober vs. Zimmerman. Cheevers vs. Conovor. Robbrts vs. Joyner. Scudero vs. Brown. All matches m ^the inids'limAer tournament secontl round will be played-by Saturday. Bob Clark, municipal pro. has urged all local golferp to prepare to enter the return match wttb ihe Healdsburg golf club in defense of the plaque award no\V h'eVd by Ukiah. Golfers making the trip lor the Initial m^tch at Healdsburg this spring suffered a .. soqnd thrashing .&rid Ukiah iritist \vln..the Sunday.m^tch here tb stay jijithe running. If .the Ibokls manage a win, a tiiird inKtch will b'e played to dbcioe the trophy Winner .for 1948. The Healclsburg plub^has signified its intention ot laring'ing nparly 30 players here for the match. Clarence Sa'ckeHs And BoBV DdugKVer Vlsi«ng Mr. and.Mrs. Clafence.-^actcett, Jr./,and baby daiiphter,.t,mdj I<ee, wert^ weekeiid visitors ^n tlje"hpfne of Mr. Sackett's ppren;L^, jond Mrs. Clarence SSiciett at the Forks, north ot Ukia^i. They attended the Baptist church.on Sunday where Lipda- LeP) six weeks old, ..was quite an attraction. TJie baby will. stay ,\Ylth her grandparents, but her mother -and father I'Bturned to the bay area, where Clarence Sackett, Jr., i.^ a studei)t, of dentistry m University of California. Mrs. Sackett is a sister of Mrs; Leonard Browh, Wife of thci, pastor ol the Baptist chorch. The Browns were not. hei-e for their visit since they are spending a month ^t the Baptist conference in Green Lake, Wis. ' WILL LEAVE FOR TEXAS ; Mrs. J. N. Slipp of Boonvllle ro^d, who left before she had planned to go on her trip to Texas, because of the illness of her brother-in-law in • Los i Aiigeles, Writes home that he is improving and she and Jenny Lynn are leav.- ing there Saturday on the Argonaut to visit her parents In Lovelady, Tex. VISITING IN 6UILTA HOUlE Mr. aiid Mrs. Kenneth Goodman and daughter, Rita LoU of Hiint- ington Park are visiting in the home 6f Mr. and Mrs. Robert Builta of 616 North..Pine street this week. Mrs. Goodman is Mrs. Builta's Sister. Pierce Robertson of San Francisco, who was thrown from the rumble seat of the car of Mr. bnd Mrs. George Dahle three and 0 half miles south of Hopland on June 10, died in a San Francisco hospital last week. Robertson was the fhther of Mrs. Dahle. :Point Arena. Coast Guard last week 5ank a floating mine with rifle, Are. . (Near Market) San F^-i&iolscni;-GaUf. AfeSoLUTi^LY r'iiiB?ii6or. 350 HQOMS QSLCOMl^ORT IN THE HEART .OF ,8. F. SHOPPING AND THEATER DISTRICT. ' « •• • Modeirn Hatek from .111 .75 up IJOtJBLE . itnm $2.20 up Thc'ex -GI 's of oui- towii enter- thiiied fHeir wiviis tlie other rilglit lit dn'e '^'b 'f tiicir ''fetdis'' of ham- burgcf WAinlellic's aria ice cold beer, Cr |ie girls had hinted thiit f'liVi! tiki id s'ce Wlidt "^ent 'On #lit% ^Seit-HiiSbaivas g()t tbiiithci'O , Being warjj the boys provided chicken sandwiches and cake aiid . vider— for those wives who liiigiit iiiive other tastes. But thoiigh tliey were grateful for the choice, inbst Of the wiVeS a"greed tliat Httin- ISfl -.-eer sandwiches and beer -were a iriighty pleasant comblhatibil. From wh^re I sit...iJoe MaBh' They m ^fte Wives inl 3 Aftei- tile "feed" tlie hii^^jinds ground ten, wUJi ttie boys agreeing tliat ii'was-mighty BiiccesufBl. '* F*'rom where I sit, it's thiu'ciorit- CepyrtgHt, 1948, Vnitcd^ldies SreU/ert teundHU^

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