Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - June 27, 1923, Woodland, California ISSUED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY WEDNESDAY JUNE 27, 1923 ESTABLISHED 1877 YOLO KIDDIES AT CAMP COMFORT ENJOY FIRST ELECTRICAL MISS KOCH TELLS OF ROUTINE SHEEPSKINS Eleven Yolo county children enjoying the privileges of Camp the public health camp in Tehama along with some 52 other 5 dren from valley were given the thrill of their young lives the very night they landed in according to Miss Henrietta local public health nurse who returned from camp last evening after spending a week in establishing daily routine and eliminating the shadow of for home which followed the to the foot of Mt. The youngsters left just a week Ten minutes after they landed in One hundred and sixty-two girls which was about the very and boys of thirty-two grammar day they a three-day storm school districts outside of Woodland accompanied with flashes of lurid have been graduated from the lightning and claps of thunder that mar school and made eligible for high sounded like all the animals in a school enrollment either in num and Bailey circus bellowing at Winters or The percentage once It was a treat for the of graduates was 91 per but it took some time to quiet their ing to Miss Harriett county unsettled nerves and eliminate f of Certificates and hallucinations of the of graduation have been issued to all of the students herein According to Miss Koch is was a The task of correcting examination to keep thc children under cover papers was long and all a bi was out of real members of the county board having lumber A fire was built in the spent several weeks each selecting ter and the huddled about it the list of honored girls and re- in a told warded for faithful work m f t d otherwise amused Notwithstanding the large graduating themselves I list the Yolo county board completed Then the sunshine the its task simultaneously with all the T which banished fear and other counties in the lonesomeness and made the summer The percentage of failures and year is very Many or tne dents who failed suffered u. SECOND SKYSCRAPER IS WOODLAND BOY v The sixty-three some of Stanley formerly of this has been a forest ranger in Stanislaus county since the close of the University of nia He left Woodland last night for his home at He will re-enter the When Maxwell left Woodland he was a lad in Today he is the second tallest student at the state He stands 6 feet 6 inches in his Young Maxwell weighs 193 He is only 23 years of per cent under weight I age Friends insist that he will be quite a man when he quite a man the open on large platforms with eight n H the list from Miss Lee food and rest are the Zelda Delight big factors of the success of the camp Constance Moore and Joseph Franklin in the Buckeye District no feature of better living and j Fenley Rails Raines good child Griffin and Alice Elizabeth Arise at iar flag Cache Creek District then make beds after j Walter Roy milk and a berta M Walter Groh and then to bed for half an hour s gar clean up for 12, District rest for three-quarters of ELwin Tom Hilda 5 ready for Richie and Lodena District Neva Walter Leslie Theodore Thome and Lorenzo Capay District Lila Duncan and Robert Clarksburg Union grandson of ex-Mayor J. O. well of this Everything is ed There is a toothbrush drill twice a Parties of boys and a broken swim on alternate JNo i lectured leg and burns about foods are allowed m Sport and J b thrown frolic of all kinds are power pole near i the hours not included in the Before leaving all evils Colusa when his fellow Earl was killed outright by Louis S. a I I -i -t 1 Yesterday Schroeder and Tucker working at the top of a power camp J role carrying volts of Tucker Under fire of improper banking illegal loans of vast sums oi money while president of the J. at was ousted as chairman of the board of directors of the ed Bank and Trust Company at a meeting of the directors in San cisco by a vote of enteen to Henderson and his personal A. A. De cast the dissenting Loans made by Henderson while the head of the quin said by tho bank officials to total approximately are the of the sensational Rudolph president of the demanding that Henderson make good the Tom Green Inquest 5 o'Clock This P. M. Ross Wilson at 5 o'clock this after- noon into the death of Thomas employe of the John Clary northwest of who run down by a car yesterday driven by R. and almost in- stantly No arrangements for the funeral have been Ely Deed 53 Years Old Is Just Recorded County Recorder L. R. Pierce placed of record late yesterday a and sale and delivered just 53 years conveying a large aye of near Knights to the estate of the late Isaac J. it Volo county pioneer in his The deed datid February 12, 1870, and i by George M. to J. Th. instrument was held for nearly half a century before it was pi the title to the well The was while the same lands now are valued at many times Just previous to the filing of this a still older by two was conveying the same land from the United States to Levi C. It was dated De- cember 1, or fifty-five years and Mrs. Lizzie Hart and Mrs. May all residents of arrested here along in the middle of May on of Roy of on charts oi operating an automobile while in the vicinity of the Oeste on the highway between Davis and were jointly fined this morning Justice of the Peace R. a hearing which lasted over three 1 The fine was imposed against charges against the women being i technically but it was un- that they would join in jing the fine and damages sustained by and another man whose cars i they crashed into while attempting I to negotiate the state In the first instance a charge placed against Mills and the two Later it was reduced when it was found that they were showing I good faith in paying up all damage Mrs. Halcyon official court had It is alleged that the reporter for Yuba and Mrs. paid outside of the fine im- r Flora formerly of posed by for repairing An inquest will be held by C o oner where she was connected with the automobiles damaged as a result of Industrial Accident Sunday Mills paid the were appointed bv Judge Ernest fine here of the superior court as j Harrison also imposed a four court reporters for Colusa suspended jail sentence against Both aie former residents of Mills pending good I Mills and the two women were first Mrs. Joyce and Mrs. Shelton will by Constable Joseph Huberty work jointly for Colusa and Yuba of District Attorney George Two Named Colusa County Court Reporters YOUNG OCHOA IS all show marked gains i Mrs. J. is looking after jher share of the work at are other health nurses m charge of the children to supervise every from play to along heavy copper Tucker came in direct contact with the wire and was killed STILL Rafael son of Mr. and Mrs. Rafael suffered a air dim fractured skull yesterday when his head came in contact with the head of Thomas Green who was killed on the highway near Woodland when hit by the rear of the car driven by is in a serious condition at the Woodland At 2 o'clock this afternoon it was reported that the 11-year-old lad's condition was He been unconscious ever since arriving newspaper carriers in the at the sanitarium and is considered resigned his job with and was hurled to the a distance of over 20 suffering need of the 'the serious injuries in need oi wie Clever Paper Hurler Quits For New Job Expecting Promotion Robert one of the cleverest a critical and this may GRAIN GROWERS URGED TO ATTEND MEET The local office of the California Tahoe Trout Treat Here For Knudsens Three of the finest Tahoe trout seen hore this season came today for Mrs. P. Joe who for- merly worked for the was the consignor and made the of the trout weighed in at 5 managing the laundry at Al Tahoe Lake State Fire Warden Inspects Harvesters county farmers whose harvesters are not fully ped for protection against had better get busy at once to bring their machines within the requirements of the Jack State Fire arrived in Woodland today and is to visit tho country districts to see to it that the State regulations are lived up P. Loses Damage Suit Judge W. A. Anderson decided in sion Shelton plans to take up her j permanent residence in I While is practically a j stranger her late husband was a bi other of J. R. Woodland who at one time taught school in and was well known j as an educator in that T. Kern ffh I U TESTIFY DR. H. E. MORRISON New Trial Of Through his s of garter form in- j and staggering the hail of the county hospital s Arthur C. v t hy nurses at the J. itzen of the hospital last night be- the Sacramento county grand ters district has laid the foundation for a possible appeal tho damage Dr. H. E. suit which he against the Associated Oil C for in a sweeping in- alleged to he due for injuries Of the county hospital was in a collision in which an oil Tuesday night by the grand truck and the Saltzen car came meetings will be held gether last has filed a the investigations are motion for a new Ag a resuit Of the it was rumored that the v mend the dismissal of who gave testimony night Mrs. E. supervisor of Mrs. acting super- Miss graduate and tne favor defendant at the conclusion Miss Eby testified that Morrison at- of the trial of the suit of Pedro feet When he reached tempted to drag her into the basement ganon against J. Anderson for destination he and was personal auto- cn tQ thg sanitarium by Morrison is said to mobile smashup on nearby highways f R It was discovered around the halls in Rev. Greene Succeeds Muse For Baptists Rev. E. D. recently of has been called to the pastorate of the Second Baptst church of this succeeding Rev. J. T. who recently left for keley to take up a church Rev. Greene will take up his duties here on September 1. He comes highly having served long in Missouri principally at where he was pastor of the col- ored folks church for a period of eight Rev. Greene will bring his daughter to Woodland soon and take up his permanent residence Bar Examinations On In Sacramento to accept a position as messenger boy the Western Coverly be- that his new job is j four hundred letters inviting Witnesses called by He will ily and is looking forward to Krain growers of this county and and attorneys for the de- TT I 1 i L. n A m n AIle ww was sc Farm Bureau Exchange has sent out Much testimony was h h suffers from a badly sprained Miss Miss over four hundred letters inviting Witnesses called by He will he incapacitate 1 sonic and Miss the Alfred Gumbinger has taken Cover place on the paper Hi will be assisted by Edwin 7000 BARREL WELL BROUGHT IN ON CALDWELL TRACT Local stockholders in the Santa Fe cess in the southern part of the several counties having signed up 90 per cent of their total In Kings county over sixty sand tons of wheat have been signed A number of large growers among whom are Henry acres of 25 sack Jones 0000 of sack i Forest Riley 1. 000 ac -es of J. sack I 25 j sack have signed The local board of directors is ing State Manager Morgan an Italian dinner at the Bon Gusto just previous to the evening rebster Manager Robert Lockhart J rvi ItH L J oil field properties in which they a e anxious to have all growers present and urges to grain will be interested n 1 received here this telegram Los June 27, 1923. Blanchard Three in. Doing 000. Making gross production barrels plus F. B. One law student from Woodland journeyed to Sacramento today to take the bar examinations being held j before the appellate court at the state j He is one of fourteen cants from the following i The bringing in of the big well 0. T marks the third well for this Stockton is thc San j biggest producer yet uncovered by all their questions so that the operation of the exchange may be clearly understood by New Packing Shed One Of State's Best Davis Man Thrown From Injured Thrown from the rig he was ing at laborer of that lies at the Woodland sanitarium with a seriously dislocated The horse according to throwing him to the ground He will be a patient for some To Honor New Members Thursday Mah Jongg Party Food and living conditions at the hospital were condemned by the The investigation will not be ed until all the nurses who brought the charges against Morrison are Woodland Woman's Christian Union will give special honor to new members at the regular com- June meeting on next Thursday June 2tt, at New members have an unusual Mrs. W. S. entertained at her pretty Park home at four tallies of mail In keeping with game the ster home was dei orated in Oriental scheme of the J. den iM re featured the hour after enjoyed the following fi Mrs. Mesdames Le R. W. E. Lillian Ed 1'iaet, Frank L. W. F. Ernest C. Fred Dan S. A. W. J. Blevins and R. H. Hostesses A t Mid-day Luncheon Colusa and two from O 0 FORESTERS NOT It was announced in San Francisco today that the degree team of Court No. 10, Foresters of of this would officiate tomorrow at degree work at Deputy Grand Chief Ranger B. J. Stevens said today that the local team had not been and none of the local Foresters is planning on One of the finest packing sheds in ing at this time because of thc Misses Evelyn daughter of the state is just being completed for for one million members for the Mr. and Mrs. T. and r-i t-t j gy H- wj It I I i this according to the tele- jE w. local at his National W C T U All cordially in- Miss Billie daughter of Mr. and gram from out of It is a two- J Mrs w jj story with the very latest HOPPERS GIVE TROUBLE in L' is thc Farmers in Western Yolo are greatly annoyed by The orchardists around Esparto are ing a systematic fight against thc using poison for that purpose with good CURTIS HAS BIG CROP C. H. Curtis of has bumper crop on his almond orchard above There are forty acres of their 1 o'clock afternoon at the Don Huff of this city consigned a Of An spont by tho The guests of thc Misses Ernestine 01 viun v home of select yearling Duroc-Jersey boar to this G. Pullins of ft Butte county was thc Dog Poisoner Is Still Busy Here That dog poisoner is not discriminating in what canines nds to thi is indicated again by the fact that the pet dog of the Davanis of the is the latent victim of the local The Davanis hound dog was found dead in the rear of the restaurant Previous to this A. A. Powers and Dr. W. J. Blevins ed pets There not one of the dog owners who is not willing to give a reward for the capture and conviction of the guilty Davanis Brothers de- clare their dog was of little but they prized him because of his friendliness and companionship and will contribute to the reward of- for the capture and conviction of the young young misses Ruth Jean BAKY BURIED Baby Marie daughter of in the orchard and he expects to forty tons this from tory in nor and the two cemetery by Ross C.