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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Woodland, CaliforniaIndependent politically dominant in news service advertising circulation. 65c a month. Issued daily except sunday. Erne Erat today a news today official newspaper of Yolo county and advocate of lower taxes. Woodland California monday december 12, 1932. Established 1877 fires Damag Yolo Homes 04 0 040 040 04-0 040 040 04-0 c 40 040 040 big damage suit opens in fire plug causes loss of House couple at Esparto escape flames $101,574 to be asked stage Auto collision cold facts As seen in y olo county ramblings two gassed Here tie Winters grammar school was i dismissed monday morning because of i the intense cold. It was reported that the Furnace was inadequate and the trial of the $101,574 damage suit youngsters were sent Home until of a of William r. Smith 45, Estella Ter noon. Shasta county against the Pacific _ greyhound company and s. G. Irwin a Crystal Grotto was shown at the j stage Driver is scheduled to open Home of or. Fred r. Fairchild on col j tuesday morning in the Superior court lege Street during the week end. The i Here before a jury. A jury venire has Fountain combined with the cold Wea been summoned to appear in court at they to make a spectacle that was re that time. Garden As a a Beauty by to c Many Smith became known As the a Iron who stopped to see the display. Many at the Woodland clinic where Mercury Benefit show local Man again rising to so saves wife after Long Here tuesday baby from after cold spell fumes death Long illness five y olo county Homes were destroyed or damaged two garage and two automobiles were burned and a Tan Khoune was destroyed a a series of week end fires throughout Yolo county. A Frozen fir plug resulted in extensive damage at the Harry l. More Home Here us the flames gathered headway while firemen battled to secure a water Supply. At Esparto. Charles Keithly and his 12-\ ear old son barely escaped from their bedroom before the roof a avid in and at Winters an invalid was carried to safety As his Home burned. In in Tully Ever Case the fires were caused by Quot a the excessively cold weather resulting in unusually hot fires being main Tai he recovered from a fractured and dislocated spine broken Pelvic broken ribs dislocated hip and dislocated shoulder suffered in the Accident. Davit Wye crash the act ident happened shortly after Midnight december 9, 1931, at the Davis Wye. William Smith jr., was driving a truck loaded with Cillis Mas Trees and his father was following in a Sedan the lights on the Sedan went out and the truck and car stopped at the Edge of the Highway to repair the lights. The Smiths Are said not to have pulled Clear off the Highway because they were afraid a soft shoulder might bog Down the truck. Irwin driving the Stag a stated he was proceeding slowly because of dense fog. The stage i cashed into the Sedan in which Smith was sitting smashing it into the truck. How Aje the goldfish faring the e cold Days those who have had the courage to go out to their put is and look through the ice covered surface report that the e fish Are huddled Down among the vegetation at the Bottom and while not too brisk looking they flip a weak Fin occasionally and a in in on the chorus a summer was never like this. With the Lions club providing the program As their Community Benefit show a a headliners will appear at the National theater tuesday evening.1 it s getting warmer. These include the Woodland High j Vei believe it or not but that is what school dramatic students who will drive j proper the official weather Bureau report a the trusting place by Booth partaken on the court House Lawn shows Kington a one act play the Lions club the minimum temperature Early Mon orchestra and the Fairfield Lions club Lay morning was 214 degrees As com quartet. In addition there will be the pared to 194 degrees the previous feature picture said to by morning and 19 degrees saturday a thrilling a spectacular adventure morning. Drama of africans darkest sector ant Low est maximum Short film i eat urea. The lowest maximum temperature fhe program will open with an of Mottler and to re Rescue i urn 21 Mon o in anti f in it a v. P. G lingering 8. Ruth i it sect to ii lock at it Murav Moi than car and the front of the stage caught fire. Passenger Hurt Joel Guthrie a passenger in the stage suffered a severe Cut on his Arm when he smashed a window a it allow women to escape from the Sta re fearing that it w mid Burn up. In his suit. Smith ask $1,004 for the 1< is of he Ca. $57 j fir / a1 and Hospital a x5� i it s at it i >1< Root for alleged permanent injure to his physical and nervous systems. Chico teachers of tie cold spell was recorded sunday Gerture by the Lions club orchestra a a a a when the Mercury Rose to Only 32 de a n1- next will come the shorts Anc although no losses were reported s Juat Tavvo degrees above Freer. A Kongo a and at 9 of clock the Quarte to the to Ite station it was Runoff to Fost of sunday was spent in will open toe vaudeville Section. The in said that .1 Nom be 1 it blankets and below freezing weather with extol films will he shown again alter the Robes provided for their car radiators save thamage to water pipes and Auto a personal by dancers at tie elks club Benet it mobiles being reported. 1 Fairfield aids the Fairfield quartet was Booker As the Mercury gave India for every night this week except tues tons of again reaching More Normal i Day so the local position anti Confidence was express-1 in securing then �?�m1 by weather observers thai while they air said to the cold spell May not have been the local Lions broken the Peak has been passed. Practising for the lower temperatures hers Are expected saturday evening were taken during 1 the warmer trend was evidenced the dance. Gentlemen of the Road monday Felt it a duty they owed themselves far More than an automobile. Nut Harry More was a perfect Host sunday. Even though the rend was burned from Over his head he kept a fire burning in the fireplace which was about All that remained of the More Home on dept t Street and when friends came to offer assistance he incited the in a a in to get warm. Icicles v Al hanging Over the charred remains everywhere that tin fires. A a Hose had left any water. A. Mcart or Winters fire continued on rage three All sections of the county reported a tie i in pre cemented Low no irks for sunday a typical we in the readings i Iven at t he court i the serb House Are rated As c of in Ial tor this a widow. List 1 to Many set t Ion s reported much the it Low Quot i a temperatures a a result of open ban by Beati ions where tile \ vim a i a elea Leake i us Quot i a and served to Force t he tiler miss in mom Loi Lier even lower. J is Janelos enterprising Pelt Smi r Young Louis so to sing Ora Orio cast selected for Little theater Flay a chorus of voice from the Chico stat teachers College will sin a the Messiah by Handel at the Woodland High is ii and audit my tuesday afternoon at 2 o clock. The Public is invited to attend and Thor is no charge f. A my Reynolds mein Ber of the school faculty announce today. The performance is Given for the High school students but because of it excellence the Public has been extern de an invitation. Soloists a Mal quartet and other numbers w Iii in lured. Truck Gardener 01 it Apay laces a loss of 1600 As a result of a Frost that a came three Days too on wednesday j anglos looked Over his crop of Garden peas and decided next Day Ould Start picking and in three the crop would be harvested orders were air Ady on file at to cents a Pound and tie crop was Fine and heavy. Thursday morning he looked out at a Field of ruined Garden Ruck a a a the cold snap had beaten him at the i for the Woodland Little. Harvest. So a Tov club was flt appearance her be excellent linger orchestra has bet How and their nun to add to the even Mace is said to i in comedy show in e of a boy of 17 flt a s mrs. Curtis i lot Briggs Kenned is Arlett Lionel Ilia Whit head Al Emir or. Inglesby Edwin Proctor i prompter and but r and in charge it no loin Mons is ii arrived Home f them helpless. Mrs. Richard Street Ami her by the ear Bon no Ltd in Tho room a him Nev jarred same As it it croon ii n in gives no warning room. Highfill Arriva wife and child 1 i i d the child for turned for the them to the Hon lie i Doon r High i Abs thin fun born inbox i the la in 191 a 11 t i uniting s fillin to Quot Fin e pad slut of wow v. I the aul i. I. Met w la Are the. Two Fen an m Aye if three it her id had Iii Ohio Aru 1 net it Allen is All y Aiu a. The when Bel i ii i at Hho itly after 9 of clock sunday morning fire of an unknown origin caused damage to the residence of or. And mrs. Harry l. More 121h depot Street estimated at approximately $2500. The loss is fully covered in insurance companies repress need by wraith and Farish local insurance i Alers. A Foxen fit Quot plug at the Corner i win i of Iva t and Demit streets caused a Dot Lay of nearly ten minutes. Tho a r nine firemen responded promptly and at in v in Rived on the scene in time to have saved almost the entire Structure but in de we in a unable to obtain water. Before Aughter we Ter was secured it became Mien. Sary to build a fire around the fire Nia and plug. By this me the flames had. Where gained much headway and the entire up i r Story was ablaze. A id i Cen As soon As the firemen were Able to Watt r on the Blaze they did very effective work and before that thy tendered valuable assistance in moving nearly everything out of the lower portion of the House. I per Story the entire upper portion of the dwelling consisting of three bedroom closets and so Forth and ail the trothing and furnishings was Iii towed. The lower portion of the House consisting of four rooms and u hath a not burned but was badly soaked with water. Mme the owner in inclined to believe that Ila fire was caused by Snath from the Quot Chimney of the fire plat Fulling on dried h aves on the s laugh a Side ii it it 11 l. K at the time o re. Mrs. Mort id her husband the basemen the discovery of the was in the Kitchen Ivas doing some work he a la matinee planned in addition to the evening Ahou there Wii be a Matin e tuesday after noon at 3 30 of clock it which san it Laus will make his up parlance. A term attending Are urged theater a next play a that Ferguson family a a three act comedy by Hove Aid Chenery was chosen at the meeting of the club held at the in in Cost v Home in Beamer Park sunday play is to be sponsored by the i w hoodlum firemen and will he pre a tented at the High school auditorium la Youngs bring in i ions it the c Are Gra Wesley i Anil \ Osbo a in n my t i it a. A scouts will u it a. Those sell Hans can Ste i or Junior step seek convict in Yolo county a-1 Friday january 27. J George Yolk an employee the cast follows Mertie Ferguson feral state Market news c Genevieve Cloud Fred Ferguson i service was reinstated Tod Herndon Ray Tavio june Clemmons j icy Moulton state direct. I Rupert striker or in j. Camp leu-1 vulture at the request of Ira Connelly Henrietta Toothaker Hyde Federal Secretary it Bert Connelly Meredith Williams Ture. Joe Ferguson Carroll Underwood Moulton announced that Mary Flemming Bethel Fry Bill been returned to the Ayrc Federal Man again on Job Man killed three Hurt in collision drunk ?. Driver wins Appeal for probation Ross Boyer Dies at capital Waller Runks it it i in it Ted t a of j fed Iii in Dud agr an h cd i Low of Arthur in a Iii i t a Prim irk had others Wilt tor an officers t us ii rat and a it Vav us his Point Vav in search of a former Coli. I up posed to be in hiding near Knight Fleming Frank fit Sarah Thorne a Senee of 12 Days following a Mabel Linnell. Ference with governor James it the club met to read and last the who congratulated Moulton on ii Landing chief of police Pierce was play and at Midnight a Buffet supper 1 vision Here from Calistoga monday. To e Man was served by candlelight. A a a wanted i said to have robbed a ranch seven new members were admitted. Of everything movable including a i hey ail miss Kathleen Henry Boh horse which was disposed of Bowle Herndon Ray miss Finis the Many a companion is under a Hartzell mrs. Jessie West miss jute rest and has confessed said Pierce. Leni Moriis and John Alan Cost those attending the meeting Wert or. And mrs. It. In Cost mrs. Jes 111 c John i m i entered a p two Drivers cited for traffic violations Tavvo Drivers Wen arrested sunday by Volo county officer of the califor a to to by in acid a to i Neeton elision last night i Prince on. Was trial i Railsbach Heads medical group wit la i i huh i la Harmony Circle group West or. And mrs. Herndon Hay or .lli�,v1 �,&Quot"1 j i ii. It Sun Rian Cim of to attend funeral and mrs. I. F. Cloud or. And or c. Linnell or. And mrs. Randall Tanley Mitchell of san Francisco was cited for cutting in and family Newbourg of Hac ramen a rut Geol i. It Bael Tot the Man sent to prison Here to be paroled Colusa. Rail so Poage. Or. Go Colusa was he Cecil or. Ils is oot Lland. White miss Kathleen Henry i if Colusa orc cd in Thayer to for failing to observe a Stop 1 a a Captan All members of Harmony Circle no. Donna Hartsoch miss Bethel Fry patrol a i 7 Are asked to attend the funeral of miss Winifred Fisher miss june Clem Home Roi p to meet a Road log mrs. Ruth Gossett at the Krait Broth Mons miss Henrietta Toothaker i healthful sweats and gift urges damaged. Ara Chapel tuesday afternoon at 2 Frank Fitz Bob Towle Carroll unions will furnish the topics tuesday or. W. T. Rati of clock. Because of her death then Der Wood Meredith Williams John morning at look clock when the we to Princeton lot Contr i of his Ca will be no meeting tuesday of this Alan Cost mrs. Alice Houck and or. Low Oak Jark Home department meet and it stun k a Rock pile. He was in group of which she was a member in j. Camp. At the Willow Oak Park Hall. I butt. N i u is a doctor had Dent while Oil ii a scene of a head on Cou Cuoq a get night entered a plea of to Harry so that instantly killed and his companion filtering of to plea to a Harg Benton Gordon 12, also of Princeton failure to provide for his minor was seriously Hurt when Light Dit a was continued one week in touring car. Operated without lights it ast. 0f a Stearin crashed into a cur driven by Irwin a. Co Oil company clerk of a received cuts Anil my thrown from their la is the son of mrs of Woodland. He scene j. S. Thayer Roy Rowe convicted Here la t county Highway March of attempted criminal a Sault o a ditch by a on a Young Esparto japanese woman a car was badly will receive a Christmas present de one of the first it Blastula Trees Cember 19 in the form of a Pat Ole Heto be decorated a for All the world to also on big Way was taken to san Quentin prison april i see Quot in at the boy scout Cabin on i. Emory Cline convicted with him i Lincoln Avenue. The tree attractively of the same crime is till in san lighted is in the Vestibule of the Quentin. Cabin Ltd a a a a boy scouts decorate outdoor tree Here neither was aware of the fact that so ii Home was a danger Tel until Home of the neighbors rushed in and told tin in that the roof was ablaze. Escape death Keithly and his son Charles jr., v. It e awakened at 5 of clock monday Ming by flames. they fled from their bedroom the roof collapsed falling in where they had just left. I he fire started in a shed where an Quot ii Tov had been left burning to a a Etc oranges. The fire jumped Over tis Quot Gal a to ignite the roof of in House. The garage caught fire i f Oeth Esparto fire truck could teach the scene and the three build Irsig vere a mass of smouldering ruin. Only the radio and Small pieces of furniture were saved from the $8,000 Lovs Loha been estimated at Between <7,Uoo and $8,Udo and was partially Ive red by insurance. Tho Keithly i an h House was one of the finest in he Iii to ii t and was located two Mil s Southeast of Esparto. Winters hard hit the old weather with its resulting me w Heil stoves and fireplaces la poor water apply and the North wind a is id responsible for three weekend fire at Winters. The w. S. Baker Home in w inters was badly damaged monday in Ming and a garage and my Cai belonging to Frank Portnell and a five room House the property of in in Bowman were destroyed sunday evening. A s. Baker retired president it f the former Winters citizens Bank who has ii in be fast for a year was carried from his Home to that of his i neighbor of. La. Edwards when Tho Baker main Street Home burned this i morning. The fire which started in continued on pee us

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