Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 6, 1978 · Page 4
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 4

Ukiah, California
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Friday, January 6, 1978
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• ) 4—Ukiah Daily Journal, Ukiah, Calif. Friday, January 6, 1978 Wedding slated for Jan 21 weeding bells will ring Saturday, Jan. 21, in Chico for' Kate Smith, daughter of Thomas and Bemice Smith of Durham, and John William McGehee, son of John and Eva McGehee of Ukiah. , ; The couple will exichange nuptial vows at the Bi^well Mansion in Chico. They will make their home at 316 Waugh Lane in Ukiah. John, who graduated from Ukiah High School in 1970, received his bachelor of arts -> degree at Chico State University in 1975, majoring in industry and technology. He presently is completing the thesis for his masters degree, and is employed at Ukiah Machine and Welding, Inc., a family business^ His bride elect is office manager for Brady Mayflower' Moving and Storage, Inc., in Chico. She is 9 graduate of Chico Senior i High School with the Class of '71, and>, attended Butte College two years. !.v.v .!.!.y.%:.:.:.j .:.v.:.:.:.v.:.v .:.:.:.:.x^^^ Farm Bureau Women will meet Jan. 13 All women interested in agriculture are being invited to join the Farm Bureau Women at a no-host luncheon Friday, Jan. 13, at the House of Garner. A business meeting will jM -ecede the luncheon at 10 a.m.' G6als of Farm Bureau and the Farm Bureau Women will be discussed during lunch. They incude a fair return for farmers for their produce in consideration of the work performed and the huge investment required. At the recent California Farm Bureau Federation convention in Fresno, it was pointed out that agriculture can no longer borrow on the land in order to bring food and, fiber to the populace. It was stated that a sensible means must be found to keep agriculture the number one industry in Califdmia. , The field of agriculture was referred to as a sleeping giant, and itywas determined that, the role played by Farm Bureau Women should . included the aw£tkening of the public to agriculture's importance in the community. The local chapter of Farm Bureau Women helps support a scholarship program. Two years ago the scholarship winner was a student from Willits High School. •Kate Smith and — T.A.Vagt photo John McGehee Singles group plans Point Reyes trip Another singles group, known as SOLE, which stands for singles ,outdoor-living experience, is planning an outing to the Point Reyes Lighthouse on Saturday, Jan. 14, according to Diane Davis of Santa Rosa, chairperson for the group. She reports that a special invitation is being extended to all active outdoor-minded singles, from their,mid 20s to their late 30s, to join the group for the trip to Point Reyes. She says that on a clear day Bodega Head can be seen from the lighthouse and that sometimes there are sea lions to watch. She does \vam, however, that the stairway provides a strenuous walk- The SOLE group will be meeting at 11 a.m., the day of the excursion, at the Cod- dingtown Post Office in Santa Rosa. Each will take a sack lunch and beverage. Additional information about the club o!j? regarding ride-sharing may be obtained by Calling the Ukiah club coordinator, Jake, at 462-5068.' Dates to Keep Jan, 6 — meeting and Ukiah Grange installation of officers, 8 p.m., 740 S. Statfe Street.- Jan. 6 — Family Health Services, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., County Health Department, 890 N. Bush St., Ukiah. Call 468-4461. Family Planning Clinic and pregnancy tests, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 468-4471. Jan. 6 — Family Planning Clinic, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Women's Improvement Club building, 71 E. Commerical St., WiUits. Jan. 6 — Redwood Valley TOPS (take off pounds sensibly), 9 a.m., Redwood Valley Grange Hall. Jan. 9 — Toybrary, 10 to 11:30 a.m., Mendocino County Library, comer of Perkins and Main streets, Ukiah. Jan. 9 — T Family Planning Qinic refills and pregnancy tests, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 to 4 p.m.. County Health Department, 890 N, Bush St., Ukiah. Call 4684471. Jan. 9 — Eamily Planning Clinic,11 a.m. to 4 p.m.. Episcopal Church, corner of Fir and Franklin Streets, Fort Bragg. Call 964-4713. Jan. 9 — Health Nurse yisit and WIC (Women's, Infants and Children's Supplemental Food and Nutrition Program 9:30 a.m. to 12, Anderson Valley Health Centejr, Boonville.- Call 895-3472 or 3477. Jan. 9 — WIC, 10:30, a.m. to 12, 280 Main St. Point Arena. Call 882-2866. Jan. 9 — Frank Zeek PTA board meeting, 8 a.m., at the school, 500 Low Gap Road, Ukiah. Jan. 9— Social Dance Class • begins, 8 to 10 p.m., |klunicipal Park Clubhouse, Ukiah. Jan. 10 —, Family Planning Qinic, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and V.D. Clinic 9:30 a.m. to 12, (bounty Health Department, 890 N. Bush St., Ukiah. Call 468-4471. Jan. 10 — TOPS (take, off pounds sensibly), 7 p.m., recreation room. Autumn Leaves, 425 E. Gob'bi St., UWab. Jan. 10 — Aglow Fellowship, 9:30 a.m.. Manor Inn, 920 N. State St., Ukiah. Jan. itt-rHealth Nurse visit, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Westport Post office. Call Enterprise 13636. Jan. JO — Family Health Services, 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; Lutheran Church social hall, Laytonville; immunizations, T.B. skin tests, blood pressure readings and WIC, 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 984-6310. Jan. 11 — Health, Nurse visit, 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., Albion Call Enterprise 13636. Jan. 11 — WIC, im munizations, T.B. skin tests,: blood pressures, 9:30 a.m. to 12, Women's Improvement Club building, 71 E. Commercial St., Willits. Call 4594629. Jan. H — Immunizations, T.B. skin tests, blood pressures, and breast exams, 4 to 7 p.m.. County HealUi Offices, 890 N. -Bush .St., Ukiah. Jan. 12 — VFW Auxiliary, 8 p.m.. Veterans Memorial hall, corner of Seminary Avenue and Oak Street, Ukiah. Jan. 12 — Long Valley Garden Club, Ip.m,, Garden Qub building, Harwood.Road, Laytonville. Jan. 12 — Kosmos Garden aub, 1:30 p.m., Saturday Afternoon Clubhouse, corner of Church and Oak streets, Ukiah, Program: "Pruning the Home Garden." Jan. 12 — Healtti Nurse visit, 2 to 3 p.m., Bransconib General Store. Call Enterpris*' 13636. , Jan. 13 — Family Planning Clinic, 10-a.m. to 2 p.m.. Women's Improvement Club building, 71 E. Commercial St., Willits. Call 459-4629 Jan. 13 — Family Health Services, 9a.m. to 3 p.m., and Family Planning Clinic refills and pregnancy tests, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.. County Hoaltli Department, 890 N. Bush St., Ukiah. Call 468-4461 and 4684471, respectively. Jan. 13 — T.B. skin tests, blood pressures and immunizations; 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Veterans Hall, Fort Bragg.' • Call %4-4713, , Jan; 13 — Redwood Valley TOPS (take off pounds sen- sibly),9a.m.. Redwood Valley Grange Hall ,.8650 East Road, Redwood Valley. Social dance classes • begin Monday Anoth,er opportunity to study social dance, or brush up on dance steps, will be offered, starting Monday, by the Ukiah Recreation Department. . For the third consecutive year,, Carolyn Hawley will give this d^ice instruction for beginners^nd for review dancers. The course includes six classes .of two hours each on Monday evenings from 8 to 10 p.m. at the Myn,icipal Park Qubhouse, Ukiah. The course begins Jan. 9. Steps will in- cliide the fox trot, waltz, jitterbug, cha cha, rumba, tango and rock and roll. . • The class will be open to all ages, and female dancers are being encouraged to bring male dancers as partners. There will be a $10 charge for the course of six classes. Ukiah Shamrock 4-HCIub meetingJan. 11 Ukiah Shamrock 4-H Club members will be holding a white elephant auction at their general ijieeting Wednesday to raise money to help Belen Martin with the mailing of discarded school books to the Philippine Islands. The 4-11 club will meet at 7 p .m. at Oak Manor .School and members are being encouraged to taKe something for the white elephant table. These Items will be auctioned during the evening by Dennis Denny Ardi^ ('ampk)ell will attend the meeting to talk to parents of new members. MarciaWileyCliff returns to Montana Marcia Wiley Cliff has returned to her pre-dental studies at the University of Montana in Missoula after spending the holidays with her parents, the Ralph Wileys of Poulos Court, Ukiah. Marcia arrived home before Christmas and left the first of the year for Missoula, where she reported it was 10 below zero upon her arrival. David Wiley, from Palo Alto, arrived at the Wiley home Christmas Eve and spent the week here visiting vvith his parents, Marcia and younger brother and sister, Dan and Cheryl. Before her return to Montana, David was able to take Marcia on a cruise aboard his 24 foot boat, the Grand Canary, which is moored in IledwoodCity. Marcia, who graduated with the Ukiahi Class of '68, performed volunteer duties with the blood bank here while she was visiting in Ukiah for the holidays. Suffragette has her say about equal rights VFW AWARD — Pete Yackley, right, receives a certificate from the Veterans of Foreign Wars in appreciation for the "valuable cooperation and assistance" he gave to the organization for its Voice oi Democracy prograni. Making the presentation is George Brown, chairman of the program for Ukiah's VFW post. —Journal phqto by Fae SIERRA VISTA, Ariz. (UPI) — Ann McCue Murphy takes a special interest in equal rights for women. She was on the front lines of the battle back in 1910. At her home in the foothills of the Huachuca Mountains in Southern Arizona, the 87-year- old suffragette is no longer active in the push for women's rights, but-her heart is still in it. "Those who oppose equal rights for women are stupid," she said. "They gave them the vote, why not the rest? Why fight it? It's not going to do them in." In 1915, while in her 20s, Mrs. Murphy campaigned in five Eastern states with the national leader of the. Suffragettes, Alice Paul. "I left the factories of Philadelphia where at that time 3 work week consisted of 65 hours," she recalls. "At times we had to get, police protection, although the crowds were usually passive. One man yelled from a crowd where I Was speaking, 'women are nothing but a broom brigade,' at which point I, Make a special party drink' yelled back 'yeah,.and we're lor children by combining going to make a clean sweep soda pop and cranberry juice,' of things.'" • aiul spike it with a twist of Mrs. Murphy said the early Ukiah visitors return to movement needed strong discipline because speakers almost always encountered opposition. "Some women went to prison during that time, " she LOS AngCleS Guests of Denise and Bruce Carpe on Vichy Springs Road this week were old, friends New twist New twist in hair styling is chignon. Hair twists also will' just that: Twisting the hair be taking the place of until it forms tight knot-like brajding. said. She took part in the first "national walk" for' women's suffrage the day before President Woodrow Wilson's inauguration in Washington. "They couldn't get the parade started for four hours. The chief of police was against it. The next day, the chief of police lost his job over that," Mrs. Murphy said. She later recalled picketing the White House while President Wilson was in office, It was during that time, she said, that Alice Paul went to prison and began a hunger strike. lemon. days in the women's rights Mental illness . high risk for widows Tranquilizers and antidepressant drugs only tend to delay and prolong a widow's grief, according to Richard C. Conroy, M.D., director of psychiatry at Northern Westchester Hospital Center, N.Y. The doctor reported in the Family Practice News that changes in financial status, personal habits and social conditions add to the pressures faced by widows. He said stages of grief include numbness, followed by pining, depression and eventual recovery. Although the doctor considered widows at high risk for mental illness, he stated th^t most survive bereavement without developing any serious psychiatric problems. from Southern California, who came to Ukiah for a New Year's visit. They included Marcella Chesbro and Russell Yarder from.' Los Angeles, and Sheldon Storie of North Carolina. The Carpes and their visitors all worked together at Pepperdine University at Malibu before the Carpes came to Ukiah. Russell was their manager. The visitors, who arrived Tuesday, left Thursday to return to Los Angeles. Sheldon will leave from there this week for North Carolina. The Carpes showed , their guests around Ukiah and the Clear Lake area. CWA meeting tonigtitin Redwood Valley Committee of Wom,en's Activities of the Redwood Valley Grange will meet tonight at 8 p.m. at the Grange Hall, 8650 East Road in Redwood Valley. All women of the Grange are invited to attend the meeting, and husbands are invited to accompany them and spend the evening at cards. Potluck r freshments will be served. Women will be discussing plans for the CWA for the new year. THE S/tVIIMG PLACE Before ordering unusual plants by mail, be sure to check with local, state or federal agricultural agent. '/2 0ff ACTION-ORIENTED — These striped knit tops are action oriented. They are.worn here with twill trousers for neatness: May be worn for school or playtime attire. CARD OF THANKS The family of Mack M. Miller wish to thank Drs. Dailey and Gordon and the staff at Ukiah General Hospital for all their care and kindness shown in the loss of our beloved Husband and father. Special thanks and appreciation for the floral arrangements and prayers of all of our friends. The familijes of Lucille Miller and Wayne, Lynn and Lee Miller and grandchildren. 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