DECORATION CONTEST PRIZE WINNERS NAMED Pyramid way and Wedekind road. The overall prize in the Gazette-Journal contest went to Campitelli, and 14 other were awarded. Judging Reno and Sparks residents mark Christmas in many ways, and one can be enjoyed by driving down almost any residential residential street o ... r , Outdoor dfcorations, spurred 'v a committee of the Reno by ~ " : ~"' J ~~~ : ' - " - - ' Ga^ette-Nevitda State Journal the a n m a l Reno Evening ] -0 Club, which spent contest, abou id. Their peak this year, judges found, was leached in Sparks where C. Ca:npitelli displays a rranger seem- that took weeks to prepare. It can be seen at W. J. Boswell Taken by Death William J. Joswell, a resident. ol Reno for n any years, died in Oakland, Cal f., Sunday at the tge of Mr. Boswe 1 was a chef in Reno and mo\ ed 16 years ago to Oakland, wtere he was an apartment house manager. He was born in England. He was th husband of Mrs. Ada Boswell, f Oakland and the brother of S dney boswell, of England. Friends arc invited to attend funeral services at 11 a.m. Friday Friday in the he me chapel of the Ross Burke Co., wiih the Rev. T. H. Kerstetter, of St. Stephens Episcopal chir-ch as clergyman. Burial will le in the Masonic section of Mountain View ceme- terv. night hours t o u r i n g Truckee Meadows Saturday and Sunday nights and addi- lional time reaching a Of course, only homes offi- I dally entered in the were considered. Categories eluded "outside house," door-i c j( y way, window and tree shrubbery decorations. Prizes were awarded to householders as follows: Murland Newbold, 2390 St., religious exterior; William Silas, 215 Mt. Rose St., exterior; Verna Valline, 490 East Pluumb Lane, doorway; June Kelly, 26 Winter window; Gene Aimone, St., 784 West St., religious exterior; James C. Moore, 313 Flint trees and shrubbery; Perry Hayden, 2387 Westfield doorway; John Price, 715 Arlington Ave., exterior; Celia Keele, 665 Liston Ave., Other prizes for decorations'and in Sparks went to William Hickman, 95Va Sullivan Lane 'actually on Gray Haven lane, half a block off Sullivan), window; H. Thomas Kay, ji , 27 East K St., doorway; Baine Cunningham, 808 12th St., terior; Edwin F. Hastings 6th St., exterior; P. R. rran, 23 East J. St., window.