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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - December 13, 1935, Woodland, California                               PAGBTWOi WOODLAND DAILY DEMOCRAT, WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER __...... Phone. Your Want Merchant New Suspect; Sex i i lend Clues SACRAMENTO A "5-year-old Sacranlento .business man, said by police" to hold a "responsible" posi- tion, last night was revealed as their "Hottest" suspect in the intensive five- day hunt for the sex fiend who slugged, robbed and attacked Mrs. Pauline Emery. The suspect', Captain Fritx Kam- insky declared, admittedly has been connected with three similar eases in the past, and' is listed on the police secret file degenerates. Brought to the hall of justice for questioning yesterday, the suspect was found to wear the same sixo shoe as that of Mrs. Emery's assailant, Kaminsky said. He declared the suspect's shoe fitted exactly into the plaster mold obtained from trn muddy alley into which the fiend draji'ired Mrs. Emory and criminally attacked her. The plove also? fit the suspect. THE EMU Mrs. 1 Mrs. Charles 11 J mon Kinkaid, and I phy of Willows were in i Thursday, after having spent .several days visiting in Sacramento. Mr. and Mrs. I-1 red of Mad- i isori were in Woodland Friday. (Ilcnn, Mrs. Har-i couple will make Kmmctt Mur-i automobile. Woodland i Arthur Hollar, the n daughter, Mrs. Ar-i Royal' FRIDAY in Phihber Miss Nellie WhiteUeaa win spena ;tend a business the week-end at the home of her par- o Sunday at the Unts, Mr..'and Mrs. T. L. Whitehead, and will be accompanied from.Chico 7 p..m. in A. Y. Dick of Yolo in Woodland 1'Yiday. Mrs. Ney M. Salt slopped in Woodland i John Combs of visited friends Friday. Monument Hill business in Woodland Fri- Where Men Get Ideas on Gifts for "Her" y We Give Cash Dividend Tickets j transacted j day. i It. Dinsdale of the River district! visited local friends Friday. i Ploche'r of Yolo was a Woodland I visitor Friday. i If. Elmer of the Elmer Rose Nurs-; j ery in Yolo was a Woodland business 1 visitor Friday. Aden Brandenburg of College City; was in Woodland Friday. j H. J. Taber of Capay was a local vis-; i itor Friday. i An tone Abei'e of Yolo in; i Woodland Thursday. i S. E. Massenyille of Sacramento: was a Woodland visitor Friday. Clifl'lon Fclds of Yolo visited; friends in Woodland Thursday. Miss Maxine Orser and George Foreman were Sacramento visitors Thursday. Mrs. Ed Gallup spent Friday in Sac-; ramento visiting; friends. their here visiting', her jt'fiur Jackson! Stan Philiber and; Miss Nellie Whitehead will spend W. A. Gibbins will atten meeting in Sacramento ...._ __ Hotel and will be accompanied Jack Frey of Davis was in Wood- ______ _____ land Tuesday. Hamilton.. Mr. and Mrs. Whiteheadj Mr. and Mrs. Hen Sharp and chil- will go to Chico with the two girls i Jr., and Verna, and Mrs. Sunday to attend the performance pi nham all of Brooks, visit- "The Mrs. Wmtehead will, ed Mr. and Mrs. Emil Storz and Mr.! also attend tne mothers' tea. to be and Mrs. Ben Jull of Woodland given by Alpha. Chi sorority to> winch Thursday night. The Brooks visitors both her daughters, Miss Nellie and and at of m. Cur-ltcn at cabin, 5 p. -Elks troop meets ni. I at j Darrell ra Mrs. A. J. Darneille and Mrs, Jewel Mr. and Mrs. Storz also made a to Sacramento. ir r-rff i M r Darneille ;have returned after spend- Oaklaml Alge resident, f f aj has been _.n Woodland w.th, State Teachers'College by Miss. Jean] Extern Star-Meets at Masonic llobson in Kids and a shows home of jj 140 Sec-i 11 Miss Virginia, belong. Chico, was able to go out on the street Thursday. j Mr. jind Mrs. E. E. Teaderman. for-j merly of Eureka, will live at 218 Elm street as soon as their quarters are renovated. Mr. Teaderman is offiliat-j i-.l with the Union Oil company in I Woodland. j C. N.'Handy of Esparto was in Friday. John Corcoran of the Winters dis- trict was in Woodland Friday. Among the quests at .the Hotel Del Mar Thursday were Charles A.. Hill of Sacramento, J. C. Jordan of San JJ' Wedding Eel Rose of Portland, Oregon, spent j Francisco, I. L. Smith of Ala-meda, Woodland en route to Sac- J. R. Anderson of Vancouver, Wash- Mrs. William Bruncr of were Woodland visitors Friday in ramento. Mr. and Dunnigan i Friday. Mrs. G. F. Cloud was a Sacramento visitor Friday. i Alfred Nerli of San Francisco transacted business in Woodland Fri- day. Don J-'rice of Sacramento directed installation of a new trolley frog on I the Sacramento Northern extension line at the Woodland depot Friday. .Airs. Henry Haskell of Arbuckle I was in Woodland Thursday. i Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nichols and i their son, Van Norvel, will leave 1 Woodland Sunday morning for a three weeks' visit in Oklahoma with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Edwards of j-ika. parents of Mrs. Nichols, and Mr. and'Mrs. E. C. Nichols of Meclorcl, mi-cuts of Mr. Nichols. The local j An intention to wed was filed in i Sacramento Thursday by Miss Bar- _ bara Dexter of Sacramento and John Uyr S. Lohse of Knights Landing-, and the wedding- is expected to take place) shortly. i Q Miss Dexter is the 'daughter of Mr. j f E. Dexter of Red' of Knights Wayne in "Para- dise and Ricardo Cortex in "The1 shows at 7 and 9 p. ni. Dorcas at Mrs. Virginia Whitehead, ond street, 2 p. m. SATURDAY Food by St. Luke's Guild former Sprousc-Reitz building, 9 a. in- i Policemen's hall, 9 p.m. i Omega Nil club p.m. i Children's at "Y" at I p. m. National Kelly in I "Tne Virginia shows at and 9 p. m. Bill's Wayne in "Para-! disc and Ricardo Cortex: in shows at 7 and 9. p.irifj s Attend Club The three Woodland members of the Roaring Treat ington, E. L and W. C. Moen of Santa Rosa. John Roth of Capay was in Wood- land Thursday. Bill Harding of Sacramento spent Thursday visiting Clifford Christison. Miss Nancy Flynn and Miss Kath- lyiv Flynn will spend the week-end in Oakland and will be joined on Sun- day by Mrs. A. G. Bailey. Mrs. Grace! Flynn and sons, Hugh and Jack. Mrs. Kate Hassler of Arbuckle was a Woodland shopper Thursday. Mrs. T. L. Smith, who suffered a stroke last spring, is ill at her home with double, pneumonia. Dr. George Uhl is in attendance. .Mr. and Mrs. M. Mark and their daughter, Helen, plan a visit to Sac- ramento over the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ericson. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schranz of Robbins have left for Chicago and the middlewest to spend the holidays. Miss Leola Croco, who recently un- derwent an appendicitis operation at the Woodland clinic, is recovering sat- isfactorily. Mrs. M. Ryan of Hamilton City, is perintehdent of El Dorado ranch. Both are graduates of the Wood- land High school and popular with a large circle of friends to whom the wedding will be of much interest. i luncheon. The local members are j I Mrs. Arthur C. Huston, Si-., Mrs. Tom I Cummins and Mrs. Forest B. Cald- i -'veiL ___ i District Visit Institute NTRSE KECUVERING i Miss Ada Hughes, nurse at the. Woodland Clinic hospital, is feeling; much improved after being ill with pneumonia. Miss Hughes hopes to re- turn to duty in several weeks. rs. Schulte Feted On 75th Birthday Mrs. Josephine Shulte of Sacramen- to, former resident of Capay, cele- brated her 75th birthday with tier many friends and relatives in Capay valley Thursday. Mrs. Wyatt Dun- can, Mrs. William Bowles and -Mrs. Richardson, sisters of the aged Sacra- mento woman, were the hostesses at home of Mrs. Bowles. Following a dinner served from a talik' decorated with violets and smil- ax, the guests spent the afternoon in singing and recollections. Present at the affair were Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. El- ni'.T Wood. Mr. and Mrs. K. Bowles and son, Junior, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Howies, Mrs. Lee Daggett, Mrs. A. E. Mason, Mrs. W. H. Smith and her children, Hilly and Rose, Mrs. Lola Windsor, Mrs. Wyatt Duncan, Mrs. William Howies, Miss Lois Bowles, Miss Evelyn Bowles and Kenneth Har- Mrs. Eunice Malarky, institute dep- uty, and Miss Helen Kinsella, district deputy, both of Sacramento, were vis- itors at the Thursday evening meet- j ing of the Young Ladies Institute, j held at Odd Fellows hall. Mrs. Irma Voionte, president, an- nounced the committee for the Christ- mas party to be held December 2G. It includes Miss Rita Voionte, chair- man, Miss Anna Hoffart, Miss Elea- nor LeCornec, Miss Nora' Luraschi, Mrs. Lena Chamberlain and Miss Margaret Brannigan. The institute will also fill a basket for a needy family at Christmas. The hostess committee for the eve- ning included Miss Virginia Grincr, chairman; Miss Lucille Hughes, Miss Alice Schneider and Miss Adeline ITermle. "High Quality and Low Prices" 421 College Street, Woodland, Cal. Phone 921 Free Delivery There is a steady march of thrifty women to our'store for they know they can get grand buys on quality products. Study our Specials Listed Below! Specials From December 14th--to Wednesday, December 18th, Inclusive Brad Weaver to Be Installed by Star Bradford Weaver will be installed as worthy patron of the. Woodland Eastern Star chapter at the regular meeting to be held- at Masonic hall Friday evening. Mr. Weaver was un- able to be present when the installa- tion of officers was held recently. After his installation, Mr. Weaver will take his place with Mrs. Florence McDermott, worthy matron, to pre- side over a regular business session. Refreshments b-e served to con- clude the evening .'with Miss Myrtle McGahan as chairman. -v U. B. Church Class Meets at Hammers' i Future plans for the Blazer's Sun- day school class were- discussed when the United Brcthern church group met Thursday night at the home of Glenn Hammer on Oak avenue Thursday night. After the business meeting, games were played and refreshments served. Attending the meeting were Miss Helen Mark, president, Miss Marie Jones, Miss Martha Dalander, Miss June Childers, Miss Catherine Jones, Cecil Stuart, social chairman, Leonard Edmonds and Glenn Hammer. Rev. C. L. He IT is the instructor for t'hc group. Democrat WANT ADS for Results! CAPAY Dance on Hardwood Floor Sat., Dec. 14 To Peppy Jazz Milsic by Local 7-Piere Orchestra Chicken Ueer and Wine Adm. 25c Ladies Free Door Prize R. 0. A." R' Now for Christmas Prices Advance on December 20th on Most Models. The Ironrite Iron is the only iron made with double open ends of both shoe and roll. Let us demonstrate this iron. We'teach you to use it so that you may do your entire ironing; No down payment and as long as three years to pay. Fred R. McGrew Phone 474 We Give CASH Dividend Tickets Holiday Salads Are -Better With Best Foods Real lyonnaise Fiat jar 26c Quart jar 43c Asst. Flavors t pkgs- C Million Dollar Coffee In Vacuum Glass Jar 1 Ik jar 27c 3-ib. iar 79c Extra Special Pabst Lime Rickey bottles )C No Bottle Deposit Large Standard Eggs Per doz. Pure Tomatoes, No. 3 cans s 23c 3 cass 25c 6 cans Victery Dog Food 6 cans Oranges, juicy good eating size 2 doz, 21c Lettee, large crispy 3 heads 5c Cauliflower, Ige. white heads 2 heads 19c 25-Sk bag flemz Catsup Cream of Wheat large bottle 19c large pkg. 23c A. yrup-- he label, 5-Ik can 32c; 10 Red label, 5-lb. can 34c; 10-lb can 61c can 63c Calumet   

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