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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - February 21, 1929, Woodland, California                               About New Comers New comers to Yolo county now have a column of their own in thy You'll find it on page 2! It'll prove interesting to get acquaint- ed with some of these new Don't miss this daily feature! Today's Best Smile wife has run with the chauffeur." well, I was going .to him ISSUED DAILY .EXCEPT SUNDAY WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1929. ESTABLISHED 1877 The Stroller PROPONENT TO EXPLAIN COUNTY UNIT SCHOOL BILL Attendance At Dunnigan H. G. Kaupke runs his 80- acre ranch, known as the old Each place west of Brown's corners, Mrs. Records for Home Department at- tendance crumbled into dust Wednes- day afternoon when 48 enthusiastic women attended the meeting of the Residents of Yolo county will be i Dunnigan-Zamora group. SEPARATION PUBLIC BID PACT BASIS TO SCHOOL OF TANGLE PATRIOTIC IN DIVORCE EXERCISES jivcn an opportunity to formulate! In such numbers did the talli of Eroderick decided to go some that the spacious home of Mrs separate ways last August 25, they END COMES SUDDENLY TO CLUB LEADER OF WINTERS ___________, Miss Helen Sackett, a leader in the George Washington and Abraham f m'ento river Wednesday and la- j social and club life of Winters, died Lincoln, birthdavs both fall in, dumped it un the ground} unexpectedly Wednesday evening in a I Sinn When Mr. and Mrs. Edward Guas-' Two of the nation's greatest heroes, Sports: I i I Dumps to Reload The next lime Alfred Hale wants I !o dump rubbish he w ill either keep j j a closer lookout for Dr. Frank L. I I Reese, or take the load to the prop- f f er place. j Hale took a truck load of cans, j rubbish and automobile tires from! Bryte to the banks of the Sacra-1 cupied keeping house, planting shrubs ;vhk'h calls for sweeping changes in A_ E- Amaden near Dunnigan w-ts signed a legal covenant that each "wiil February, will be honoi'ed at joint ex- [and thcn mad" rcad-v to depart, and keeping year-old Elizabeth Anne'1 Jle administration of from cleaning the front walk of olives by eating them. Kaupke is of an old ranching fam- ily. Dad Kaupke farmed in Indiana California's filled to overflowing, with the result never molest nor interfere with the orcises at Woodland High school Fri- is explained I that the women had to move their other''. Guastalli, a farmer, gave his day afternoon at 2 o'clock. It will be wife of 17 years and a parcel of Broclerick land. He kept their two sons, aged 1G and 14. schools, when the bill aers Saturday afternoon by M. D. I chairs otits'de and' hold an outdoor Lack of the California Taxpayers' meeting in the warm spring air. -league. rphe rug-making project was But Dr. Reese, who is t health inspector, had been watch- 11 v. icuiueu m inuiana T T T i i tug-maning, piujeuu was LIIIJ and Oklahoma before coming to Yoio ,LaCk bc'nf. lodestone that attracted the lar.o Now that to be the ing. i.np fit ,ho rAin ,nnnrv __ u., in the nature of a community affair with citizens and students of both the, high and grammar schools participat- 4.V. on TT r- auspices oi county more than 20 years ago. II. G. D _. Bureau. The and his brother worked with then- father for years. Then they went into business for themselves, and one oi their projects is the Rath ranch, which they own jointly and which H. G. runs. More than half the ranch is in grapes. It is an old vtrieyard. and tried and true. Seventy-five sheep and 10 cowo feed on the remainder of the acres. he Yolo County Farm meeting will be held .n the Board of Trade rooms of the Court House at 2 p. m. and will be group. The previous record was 46.' for. a court At the seven department meeting his answer late Wednesday held so far this month there has been to a Divorce action brought by Mrs. gram which is being arranged under i Speaking, songs and instrumental music will be featured on the pro-, and haul it to the proper place. Dr. Reese says that he is on the lookout for persons who have been f using public highways for dumping f grounds and that unless such prac-1 to the public. Officials oi the Farm Bureau em- phasize that the meeting is not being .ailed for the purpose of securing any leaders each had examples of the the unusually high average attend- ance of 27. Mrs. Amaden and the three other iu .y V-UtLtii-iailt'-CU LlllUt 1 I I Guastalli, the rancher included thp the direction of hiKh school instruc- caughl WI" I n iin I expression ence. opinion by the audi- -Measure Since the Taxpayers' League is the work being taken up, and meeting was divided into groups for instruction. The bCb.s'on opened v, ith a stimt agreement to show that she was not tors. The Athenacnun club entitled to the attorney's fees and sponsor. 515 costs prayed for The The defendant contends that the   prosecuted. is the .g to Remarks by Bart Worley, Jr., chair- sponsoring the bill, which is now be-' parody on "Smile Awnile" led by Mrs., that she released her husband'in all March by the high school band. "Lincoln Was No Deau Kaupke is a Legionnaire, and an fore the Legislature, Lack is expected active and enthusiastic member of to talk m i'avrr of it. But, because the farm bureau. He is now the leadei of his thorough knowledge of its op- of the Willow Oak Park group of thy eration, Le be able to give his county. 4-H clubs, sponsored by the farm hearers a compiehensive idea of how bureau. the plan would work. Mrb. Kaupke divides her time ba- Following h.s talk, members of the tween the house and the front lawn, audience wili be privileged to ask any Shrubs arc ornamental and require questions. less attention than blooms, thinks she, Later a meeting may be arranged and two new ones went mto the lawn at which a speaker who is opposed to while the Stroller was talking to her. the bill will bs able to express the The Kaupke house is set on rather arguments againbt it. Strong oppo- a large plot, but unfortunately the sition to the measuie has been ex- plot is slightly iirieeular in outline. A pressed in many particularly triangle of lard lies to one side th.it among county school officials. It has is difficult to wotk into the general the indorsement of William John landscape. This year the Kaupkes are Cooper, former state education head, planting the triangle in lawn Trustees Imited and clover, will set off very Letters urging all school trustees well the magnificent palm and sev- in Yolo county to attend Saturday's oral orange trees which grow upon it. .meeting have been sent out by Mrs. The tree is somewhrft of a Rowena M. Norton, county superin- problem. It makes Elizabeth Anno '1! tc-ndent of schools. The huperintend- unless Mother Kaupke is very watch ent, while not favoring1 the bill, hopes ful. Olives will stay on a tree only so to have the trustees gain a knowledge long, you know. 'of its provisions. But the tree, an old one- and of raiv Under the terms of the proposed will not share the fate of us legislation, Yolo county would be brother, which was cut down com- made a single school dibti ict. District paratively iccently. It serves as a trustees would be done away with, stuidy windbreak, and the north wind The county .-superintendent bs dissolves into nothing moie than a chosen by a board of education that murmur of leaves when it attempt? would be elected by the voters, to sweep into the Kaupke dwelling. Some counties would make up more 1 'than one administrate unit, but the The Stroller, when once he had obj'cct of the bin is to concentrate the Tom Powers. Many of those at the meeting came from Arbuckle and lower WALTER WALLBANK SCOUT SPEAKER things other than divorce proceedings. The d.vorce row first attracted at- rention when Mrs. Guastalli, in her complaint, charged that her husband had attempted to attack her with a oistol and an axe. Proctor. i "Lincoln, the Margaret Grant. Reading, "He _ Knew George Stephens. Singing of "Dixie" and "Old Folk- HERMAN ROTH AND J. M. HUGHES LEAVE FSTATFS IJ 0 1 n. 1 li O at Home'', Grammar school chorus. Clifford A. Russc'l of Sacrament Spil.Uua, side ___ Spiritual is the attorney for Mis. Guastalli and jrnia Jackson T. A. Farrell of Sacramento repr-j- pom. ients the defendants. of Lincoln' A George Washington program was enjoyed by Boy Scouts meeting at Wednesday night. Vvtiilti Wallbank was the speaker. Life of the first president, whose birthday falls Friday, was discussed. The Wild Cat patrol was first in joints when the patrolb were checked rhe boys had the Flying- Eagles, I'l; P.uiialoes, 5ii; Rattlesnakes, 5J- Dwls, 80. in a silent salute, Sidnex Crockett was given first place. Following are the boys and the .ests they passed at thc meeting: Ralph Weaver, tenderfoot tests and fiie making of the second class, detective HORROR NOTE SENT BAY CHILD'S KIN ll (By United SAX FRANCISCO Predicting that the Doris Virginia Mur- phy mysttiy will exceed in honoi that of little Marion Parker, kidnaped by William Edward Hick- man, was made by a San Francisco following- receipt of t V three-minute orations by Bruce Waybur, Jessie Watson, Juan Laurence and Claude Schrader. "Star Spangled Assembly. F. C. McReynolds will have charge of the instrumental Miss Viola Larak, singing and Mrs.'Ella Mae Proctor, Mibs Fern Harvey, and Wal- ter Wallbank the general program. Following the program, students will enjoy a dance in the gymnasium. an- ests i-ncl second class in fire making, Detective Leo Runner, after reading ecoml class in scout pace, kn.lo and the nole Mm by "X0wen Hiddleson. merit badge; in parents of the missing four-year-old gnl, said if threats it contained should strolled unusually far, saw a very administration of the schools. PAIR WHO FOUND DAVENPORT FREED aid. unique and beautiful use of trees as' Al. Henle of Plainfield Farm Cen- a windbreak. It was in a tropical ter wil1 act as chairman. country, where a prevailing wind j brought heat and dust instead of cool- i ness. This plantation owner balked the wind with two rows of Traveler's palms. The Traveler's palm is very tall and straight, with a single-frond that surmounts the trunk exactly like a huge, open fan. Two men are free today after they The planter arranged the first row had spent Wednesday night in thc of trees in order of height, with the Yolo county jail because ihcy tried to shortest tree at the left. He reversed help a fellow man out, thry explained, the order when he planted the second i Frank Edson, 35, Lodi, and Bran- row-immediately behind the first, so'ton Ware, SO, Acampo found a dav- that the tallest tree was at the left, 'enport on the highway late Wednes- The result was that the fronds'day They loaded it on their small touched each other "at either end, and truck and planned to take it to the were one above the other. No trace owner in Sacramento, they told police. of wind, nor particle of dust, could get' The driver of the truck from which through this soldierly _array. the couch had fallen upon learning The Stroller wonders whether the that it was missing notified valley i Traveler's palm can be grown in Cali- j officers, and the pair were arrrested fornia. 'near Constable LcRoy Ilill- house and charged with grand theft. In the same general locality as the j Officers were convinced Thursday Kaupke place live the J. J. Schneiders. that the men had good intentions, so Forty years ago Schneider came were dismissed. from Wisconsin, with little but am-1 bition and a willingness to work to; merit Booking and second in first aid. Eveietl Griffith, second class in'be earned cut the kidnaper "should signaling, first aid, scout be ;n Oj] race and service. _. Chailes Green, merit badge in safe-' Tho new was Mrs- '.y first, automobile driving and per- K. J. Murphy, mother of little Doris, laken health. who immediately collapsed after she Raymond Mclntyre, first class in had rcad thc fir'st few Words. When .ooking-, oath and laws, recruit and d nature. i _ Francis Bobbs. first class recruit. !five firinS squadrons were sent to [et tf) John Cost: Merit badge in safety search a block area surrounding the Murphy home. Bunner announced he had un- Junior department of the tian church Sunday school will pro sent a Washington's biithday progra.n at the church Fndaj evening, accord- ing to Mi P. .1. D. Hailing, superin- tendent. The public is invited to at- tend and a free-will offering w.ll be Frank Reese, Jr., merit badge for first aid to animals. The prog! am includes commnniiv singing by the audience, Salute to the Flag, piano solo by Enid Conard, play- presented by Mis. class, songa ami stoiies by Juniors, "Children's Hour" given Douglas McDonald, song iiv W. II. Mai- Buddie Hanson second class in first eaHhed another due which he refuaed tin, .ecitation h> Maigau-t to divulge. rending- by Mrs. Charles Noble. Hillhouse Named SCnqpCMn HIBIQT Officer Byron F. Hillhouse, Yolo county assessor, was re-elected secretary of Assessors 100 DELEGATES These qualities, togothfr with those''4 of soil and climate that were waiting. for him in Yolo county, have earned j for him an estimable and respected place in the community. i Mrs. Schneider is caring for four Plans are being made at thc First children of school age. Joe is in his Methodist-Episcopal church today to third year at high school, and Agnes entertain more than 100 delegates (By United Pressi) SACRAMENTO Superior Association of' Carlot, n.mly of Los Angeles will be California at the annual, suspcndcd immediately upon presenta- held ,n Nevada City this Uon of impeachment proceedings against him, it was discolsed in th" Suiter coun- State Scnalo Thursday. His suspension will be in effect while the trial is in progress and Gov- srnor Young, with the consent of the Senate must appo nt a judge to servo in Haidy's pla'C until after the hear- ing. The upper house lost no time in proceeding to lay plans for the im- peachment trial after it received offic- ial notification from the assembly that such action had been voted. When the articles of impeachment Charles E ty, brother of J. W. McQuaid oi Woodland, was elected president. Six teen of the 20 counties in the associa- tion were represented by assessors. Stocks Steady Following Rise As Blaze Stops A fire that went out averted what T A If'fC' AD A MPI7C1 might have been serious damage to J. E. Ilambleton's automobile and gar- age, he reported Thursday. When the Guinda man went to get his car A thief, who thoroughly ransacked 1 Wednesday he found that defective thc garage at the home of Mrs. Bella wiring had caused a blaze that had Dobic, Wednesday night, took only a i burned the battery and cushions of box of oranges, a check-up Thursday (thc front scat and blackened the floor, showed. Tho burglar went through It had stopped itbelf without furthci several trunks and also tried to got damage. into the Dobic car, which was locked. Rev. Howe to Speak Sayre to Play At Religious Meet Host at Fountain San Francisco hospital. She had un- dergone an operation a month ago and county was i3CijCVGCi out Of danger. She suf- fered a relapse early Wednesday and ing the procedure from a distance.! was lushed back to the operating He made Hale reload the rubbish I room- Death came during the night. Mrs. Floyd McCpllum of Salinas, a fister. with whom' Miss Sackett had been staying since her first opera- tion, was with her at the end. Miss Sackett died on the third anniversary of the death of her father, J. E. Sackett, president of the Citizens Bank of Winters and an influential citizen until his death February 20, I92G. Hostess of "Deer Park" She was 4G years of age, a native of California. Since the death of her mother in she had been the mistress of the beautiful "Deer Park" home of the Sacketts, located in Putah canyon. Here she had cared for her father and been a mother to four younger sisters and a brother. The sisters and brother surviving are Mrs. McCollum of Salinas, Mrs. B. K. Goddard of Turlock, Mrs. Henry Wills involving two estates valuH Maples of San Francisco, Mrs. C. D. at "more than were filed for Smith of Redlands and J. E. Sackett probate in Superior Court Thursdav. JV- of Winters. The latter had twice _, given his blood for transfusion opera- Ine wills are those of J. M. Hughes, Lions in hopes of sparing the life of prominent stockman, who died his devoted sister. Doc. and Albert Roth, who sue- Funeral at Winters Fcb G Wr- and Mrs- C. 1L Sackett of Win- TI 'ers. cousins of the decedent, went to Hughes ch e! asset was a Half m- San Francisco to assist in completing teiest, valued at more than the funeral arrangements, in his partnership with his brother, The funeial services will be held li. E. Hughes. An automobile worth at the Winters Presbyterian church SfiOO and fash in thr> hnnk amnnnt-ino; Saturday morning at. "o'clock. to compose the remainder of his Rev. George Kmecik will officiate. estate. Burial will be in the Winters cemtery. All of the estate goes to his widow, of Miss Sacketfs death came Mrs. Elsie M Hughes II ih two chil- ;XS Lo Ule com- T -r munity. She was active in the Winters drcn. Liu-lie and Robert, were Foitnightly Club and in literary and no1, provided foi in trie will siiii-e social affairs generally. An alumna of Hughes felt that they would be cauni >-he University of California, she al- lot- bv their mother" way, e-.inced an interest in educa- Uonal matters and was a zealous M.S. Hughes was named as exccu- W0rki-r in the business of making I-01'- Winters a happier and better place Roth's estate was composed of cash, 'n which to live. Her whole life was hnnrU and nates valued in ex beautiful and upright and cin'nVin'T ajj understands the grief of ,-es, oi MO.OOO, iarm property bring- Uu> stricken alld bereaved relatives ing an annual rental of ?200 and and friends who knew her best. pioperty in Woodland on Lincoln Avc- nue between Walnut and Klin streets worth Legatees are his brothers and sis- ters, the late Herman, Ilt-niy C. of Woodland, William F. of Berkeley, Dolly of Berkeley, Loraine of Berke- ley, Maigaret ol Berkeley, John E. Capay, Amos A. Roth of Woodland and Mrs. Emma Gawantka of Wood- land. Herman Roth's share will go to his widow and two daughters. No provision for Roth's mother, Mrs. Roth, was made, siive she will be taken care of by her living bi' the Detroit Police that Gcorgo Lewis had been arrested and that a map of the district in which the garage was located had been found in his possession. Detroit police said they had been informed that he returned from Chi- cago a few days ago and told an as- sociate that-he had just "bumped off a party." CHICAGO MASSACRE SUSPECT ARRESTED (Ey United Press) first important ar- rest in the gangland massacre was announced Thursday, one week after seven men were shot to death in a garage. Police said they had been in- sons. Petitioners are John E., Henry C. and Amos A. Roth. I Stocks remained fairly steady i Thursday after a rapid rise Wedncs-, 0 AT PHIIRf H MFFT'day American prescnicd-thc Scnate must set a graph went up points, closing al ,213. Roister gained 2% at 62% and i Thcy wil1 i Caterpillar was a gain of M. day for the impeachment to be heard. be served on Judge he will "Thc are 
                            

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