Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - December 13, 1935, Woodland, California
WOODLAND DAILY DEMOCRAT, WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1935
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mon Kinkaid, nm »hy of Willow
SACRAMENTO SacrarasiRo bu* rn police to hold a “r tion, last night wa “hottest” suspect in t day hunt for the slugged, robbed am Pauline Emery.
The suspect, Cap insky declared, ala connected with I hr in the past, and ti ! secret file of pox dei Brought to the h; questioning yes t eft was found to weal t as that of Mrs, I4 Kaminsky ra d.
He declared the fitted exactly into obtained from I r which the fiend lira and criminally att glove also fit the si
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couple will automobile.
Arthur Hollar. Stan Fhilibor and W. A. GI bb ins will attend a business meeting in Sacramento Sunday at the Hotel Sacramento.
Jack Frey of Davis was in Woodland Tuesday.
, Mr. and Mrs. lien Sharp and children, Ben, Jr., and Verna, and Mrs.
here visiting her daughter, thor Jackson.
Miss Nellie Whitehead will spend the week-end at the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Whitehead, and will be accompanied from C hico State Teachers’ college by Miss Jean
wmt’to Chico^wit^'thc two* gilds I Na!":nal Theater—May Sunday to attend the performance of \Y flite head will
Royal Neighbors—Meet at home of Mrs. I). B. Kinney, 2d Second street,
2: .IO p. rn.
Carlton auh—Meets at cabin, 5 p. rn. Boy Scouts—Elks troop meets
cabin, 7 p. in. ,
Eastern Star—Meets at Masonic hall,
8 p. rn.
Hobson in and a Queen,” shows
R. Hinsdale of the River district waited local friends Friday.
CI. Pincher of Yolo was a Woodland visitor Friday.
If. Elmer of the Elmer Rose Nursery in Yolo was a Woodland business visitor Friday.
Aden Brandenburg of College C ily was in Woodland Friday.
II. J. Taber of ( apay wa a local ' is* itor Friday.
Antone Abede of Yolo \i »t» Woodland Thursday.
S. R. Massai!Ville of Sac. am was a Woodland visitor Friday.
Cliff ton Felds of Yolo vii friends in Woodland Thursday.
Miss Maxine Orser and (Ie Foreman were Sacramento vis Thursday.
Mrs. Bd Galt up a pent Friday in rumen lo visiting friends.
Ed Rose of Portland, Oregon, ; Friday in Woodland en route to ramento,
Mr. and Mrs. William Bruner of
Dunnigan were Woodland visitors Friday.
Mrs. fl. visitor Fi
Alfred transacted bu
Darrell Farnham, all of Brooks, visit-* The Messiah”. Mi cd Mr. and Mrs. Emil Storx and Mr. »(*« attend the mothers tea to be and Mrs. Ben .lull of Woodland given by Alpha Chi sorority to which Thursday night. The Brooks visitors both her daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. Stnrz also made a
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F. Cloud was a Sacramento day.
Nerli of San Francisco mess in Woodland Fri
We Give ( ash Dividend Tickets
Don Price of Sacramento directed installation of a new trolley frog on the Sacramento Northern extension line at the Woodland depot Friday.
Mrs. Henry Haskell of Arbuckle was in Woodland Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nichols and their son, Van Norvel, will leave Woodland Sunday morning for a visit in Oklahoma with CI. VV. Edwards of Wau-of Mrs, Nichols, and Mr. 0. Nichols of Medord. Mr. Nichols. The local
7—9 r. M.
trip to Sacramento,
Mrs. Clifford M'ers of Arbuckle v\.m a Woodland shopper Thursday.
Alge Schiller,* Chico resident, who has I Mien staying in Woodland with his mother. Mrs. Otto Schiller, since his stroke suffered a month ago in i Hico, was able to go out on the street Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Teadermiin. for merly of Eureka, will live at 218 Elm J tree! as soon as their quarters j » novated. Mr. Tcaderman is off iliat cd with the Unto!) Oil company itll Woodland,
C. N. Bandy of Esparto was in Woodland Friday.
John Corcoran of the Winter! dis-' rut wi' in Woodland Friday.
Among the guests at the Hotel Del Mar Thursday were Charles A. Hill of Sacramento, J. CV Jordan of San Francisco, I. L. Smith of Alameda,
I, R. Anderson of Vancouver, Wash-1 irtyton, E. I*. Shinkwin of Alameda; and W. ( . Morn of Santa Rosa.
John Both of (apay was in Woodland Thursday.
Bill Harding of Sacramento spent Thursday visiting Clifford Christison.
Miss Nancy Flynn and Miss Kath-ivie Flynn will spend the week-end in Oakland anil will be joined on Sunday by Mrs. A. G. Bailey, Mrs. Grace Flynn and sons, Hugh anil Jack.
Mrs. Kate Massier of Arbuckle was a Woodland shopper Thursday.
Mrs. T. L Smith, who suffered a stroke last spring, is ill at her homo with double pneumonia. Dr Chi is in attendance.
Mr. and Mrn. M. Mark and their daughter, Helen, plan a visit to Sacramento over the week-end with Mr. land Mrs. E. J. Ericson.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sohranz of j Robbins havo left for Chicago and the J middle west to spend the holidays. Miss Leola Croco, who recently underwent an appendicitis operation at tin Woodland clinic, is recovering satisfactorily.
Mrs. VI. Ryan of Hamilton City is
Miss Nellie and Miss Virginia, belong.
Mrs. A. J. Darneille aud Mrs. Jewel Darneillc have returned after spending several days in Oakland and San Francisco.
Richard Willett left Friday for a business trip to D>s Angeles, plan fling to return Saturday or Sunday.
Lohse-Dextcr Wedding iaa7- Application Filed
“Three Kids at 7 and 9 p. rn.
Bill’s Theater—John Wayne in ‘I ara-dise Canyon,” and Ricardo Cortex in “lh* Firebird”, shows at 7 and
9 p. rn. ,
Dorcas Society—Meets at home of Mrs. Virginia Whitehead, I Id Second street, 2 p. rn.
Food Sale—Given by St. Luke’s Guild former Si mouse-Reitz building, 9 a. rn.
Policemen’s Ball—Legion hall, 9 p.m.
Omega Nu Dance -Fliers’ club if p.m.
Children’s Hour—Meets at “Y” at 9:30 p. rn.
National Theater—Walter Kelly in “'I ne Virginia Judge,” shows at 7 and 9 p. in.
Bill’s Theater John Wayne in “Paradise Canyon,” ami Ricardo Cortez in “Firebug,” shows at 7 and 9 p.ntf
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An intention to wed was filed in.
Sacramento Thursday by Miss Bar-j bam Dexter of Sacramento ami John1 S. Ixihse of Knights Landing, and the; wedding is expected to take place j shortly.
Miss Dexter is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Andrew E. Dexter of Red Bluff, until recently of Knights landing. Mr. Ixihse is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Lohse, the former su-
perintendent of El I)orado ranch. j luncheon Th(, ,oca, menlbers are
a j Mrs. Arthur C. Huston, Sr., Mrs. Tom I Cummins and Mrs. Forest B. C’ald-
There is it steady march of thrifty wcmen tea our store for they know the> <4a ii erand buys on quality
prod * ic 4t si-
Stuti v our ^>i>ecials Listed Below!
Woodlanders Attend Sacramento Club
The three Woodland members of the Inter-City Bridge club went to Sac-I ramento Friday to be the guests of I Mrs. Fred Reid at the regular bridge-
Spe etals From Saturday, December 14 th
W ed rtesday, December 18th, Inclusive?
Both are graduates of the land High school and popular with large circle of friends to whom
wedding will be of much interest. --
District Officers Visit Institute
NI RSF RECOVERING
Miss Ada Hughes, nurse at the Woodland Clinic hospital, is feeling much improved after being ill with pneumonia. Miss Hughes hopes to return to duty in several weeks.
Sl*»l iii ;»y Ss^asltxd-4 Are Better
\\ it h I**?-.i Foods Real
M ay onnaise
Friday Dec. 13.
Mrs. Schulte Feted On 75 th Birthday
Mrs. Eunice Malarky, institute dep-j George j uty, and Miss Helen Kinsella, district ,
J deputy, both of Sacramento, were vis- : itors at the Thursday evening meeting of the Young Ladies Institute,; held at Odd Fellows hall.
Mrs. Irma Volonte, president, an- • nounced the committee for the Christmas party to be held December 26.! It includes Miss Rita Volonte, chairman, Miss Anna Hoffart, Miss Eleanor LeCoittlc, 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- j ning included Miss Virginia Griller,] chairman; Miss Lucille Hughes, Miss; Alice Schneider and Miss Adeline Herm!#. I
“3 Kids and a Queen
2 P. M.
Waiter C. Kelly Stepin Fetchit
A Rip Roaring: Laugh Treat-
Mrs, Josephine Shulte of Sacramento, tonner resident of Capay, celebrated her 7oth birthday many friends and relatives in ( apay valley Thursday. Mrs. Wyatt Dunean, Mrs. William Bowk •s and Mrs. Richardson, sister- of the aged Sacramento woman, were the hostesses at tie- home of Mrs. Bowles.
Following a dinner served from a table decorated with violets and smilax, the guests spetit the afternoon in singing and recollect ions.
Present at the affair were Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. AUiert Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Kl-trvr Wood, Mr. and Mrs. K. Bowles and son, Junior, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bowles, Mrs. lice Daggett, Mrs. A. E. Mason. Mrs. VV. II. Smith and her children, Billy and Rose, Mrs. Lola Windsor, Mrs. Wyatt Duncan, Mrs. I if William Bowles, Miss Lots Bowles, j a Mi* i F.velyn Bowles and Kenneth Moi
U. B. Church Class Meets at Hammers’
Brad Weaver to Be Installed by Star
s in Capay J
Pint jar .
In Vacuum Glass .Ii*
I lb. jar . . .
3 db. jar . . .
Pabst Lime Ride
No Bottle Deposit
Bradford Weaver will be installed as worthy patron of the Woodland1 Eastern Star chapter at the regular meeting to be held at Masonic hall Friday everting. Mr. Weaver was unable to be present when the installation of officers was held recently.
After his installation, Mi*. Weaver will take his place with Mrs. Florence i McDermott, worthy matron, to pre-i side over a regular business session. Refreshments Will be served to correl fide the evening vviih Miss Myrtle I McGahnn as chairman.
I .it rj^e Standard
Per doz. 28*
TernatocS; No. 2V2*s......3 cans
Spinach, No. 2y;>’s ......3 cans
Tomalo Sauce . . .
Victory Dog Food .
. . . 6 cans
Buck Jones Pat O’Brien
At .Matinee Only
FLL ASE CALL FOR YOCK FASS
( tiff Garrison
O, ( happen
Future pluns for the Blazer’s Sunday -choel class were discussed when tin* United Bret hem church group met 'I hursday night at the home of Glenn Hammer on Gak avenue Thursday night. After the business meeting, games were played and refreshment* served.
Attending the meeting were Miss Helen .Mark, president, Miss Marie Jones, Miss M artha Balander, Miss June ( bilders, Miss (’atherine Jones, Cecil Stuart, social chairman, leonard Edmonds and Glenn Hammer.
Rev. (’. L. Herr is the instructor for tT»e group.
Democrat WANT ADH for Results
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Now for Christmas
Prices Advance on December 20th on Most Models.
C3 lr fir* £* <*3?, juicy good eating size 2 doz. Lettuce, large crispy beatir . 3 heads ^CZssk. ** I ii lower, Ige. white heads 2 heads ~*t_ JKL lain7^th Potatoes .... 25-lb. bag S*i3 barb...........4 lbs. "*
LAFAY Dan e on Hardwood Floor
Sdt., Dec. 14
To Peppy Jazz Music by
lanai 7-Fieee Orchestra
Uav ioli—Fried (birken Steaks—Sandu iehes Deer and Wine
Adm. 25c Door Frize
Ladies Free K. O. A. K.
lleinz Catsup.......large bottle'
of Wheat......large pkg.
Lr art> Syrup—>
Bl *j e label. 5-lb. can 32c; 10-lb. can fit d label, 5-lb. can 34c; 10-lb. cars
The Iron rite Iron is tin* only iron made with double open ends of both shoe and roll. Let us demonstrate this frow* 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
Plumbing-422 1st St.
Appliances IHione 474
We Give CASH Dividend Tickets
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CilMfe MILIS I
25-Il>. bag . . 99c
I lh. can . . .
2V2-ib. can -
C lubber Girl
IO - oz. can . . 8c 32-oz. can . . 20c