CITY BOYS VS. GRATON BOYS ON THE BALL FIELD
The Graton baseball team management won the toss over the locals in deciding the scene of the third and deciding game of the series between the Sebastopol and Graton teams, which will be played next Sunday, on the Graton diamond.
“That choice of grounds is the only thing the Gratons will win” according to the predictions of Manager Rapelyea and members of the Sebastopol team. They state that Sunday is going to be an unlucky day for the Graton outfit. Sebastopol has to eat a little crow, as Graton won two out of three of those games. The next games will be played in Sebastopol since the lot at Graton has been transformed into a fruit drying yard.
The last game was one of the best of the year, and should have been a victory for the locals who played better ball than their opponents, except for errors in one inning which cost them the game by a 6-3 score. Two more games were scheduled with the Gratons, but the win gave them three out of four games played and won the five game series.
NEW BUILDINGS ON CORNERS FROM BODEGA AVENUE SCHOOL
Construction started on the new Sebastopol central telephone office on the corner of Bodega and Dutton Avenue. The building was constructed of stucco and frame and will be the first of a new series of buildings for permits issued for this corner surrounding Ives Memorial Park. The new telephone building will house a central dial telephone system. First step toward installation included with the replacement of residential telephones with the new dial types.
A building permit was approved by the city council for construction of a new church, First First step toward installation of dials Church of Christ Scientist. The building will be constructed of white stucco, with a steeple on the corner of the building. The building will include a church, Sunday school room, rooms for small groups, and a large meeting room.
A permit for the First Baptist Church to construct a new church across the street from the school on Bodega Avenue is pending. The other building to be erected near the same location will be the Veteran’s Memorial Building.
KATE WOLF FEATURED AT COLLEGE OPEN HOUSE
Kate Wolf, proof reader, photo typesetter and advertising make-up artist for the Sebastopol Times will be a featured performer at an open house opening Sonoma States’ new on campus residence facilities. Kate has lived in Sebastopol for a year and has performed at Uncle Sam’s and The Brothers in Guerneville. Earlier this year, she performed in concert in Pacific Grove with Taj Mahal and the Sopwith Camel. Kate is a song writer, singer and guitarist. She describes her style as “mellow country folk songs”. The new complex is composed of clusters of two and three story townhouses, two recreational pavilions, a swimming pool and an administrative complex.