Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on June 28, 1974 · Page 4
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 4

Ukiah, California
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Friday, June 28, 1974
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4—Ukiah Dally Journal, Uklah Calif. Friday, June 28, 1974 Indian lOId grods' here Satu rdayj Princess SDA STRING GROUP — Julian Lobsien directs 16 local youngsters who are following the Suzuki string program during weekday sessions at the SDA gym on Stipp Lane. The NEWS about MENDOCINO COUNTY World War I 'v^s' planning Asti picnic children, playing cellos and violins are pictured here during one of their morning practice gatherings. Ukiah children learn Suzuki technique The eyes of many World War I veterans will be focused on Northern California during the next two weeks, when District No. 1 will host a picnic in the Italian Swiss Colony Recreation Center at Asti. The. picnic committee met at the Woodcrest Mobile Home Estates for Mary, Lillian Alberti President of Aujdliary No. 1,000 of Ukiah, Roy Partridge Quartermaster of District No. 1, Leahoria Harper Senior Vice President of District No. 1 and Lloyd Shaffer Past Commander of Barracks No. 2411 complete the committee with Ruby and Hans the final arrangements of the.-Larsen of Petaluma, William occasion which will take place Boos Commander of ^bastopol Sunday, July 7. Barbecued chicken will be the main entree for a delicious picnic with baked beans, salad, hot french bread, butter and coffee. . More than 150 veterans are expectedto avail themselves of this opporturily to fenjoy one of the most attractive picnic spots in Califdrnia. Adults will donate $2.50 With children under 12 half price. Charles Harper, past commander of Healdsbiirg Barracks No. 2126 made the arrangements with the' Italian Swiss Colony, Harper is alsoj Senior Vice Commander of District No. 1 Elgin Carr, past commander of District No. 1 together with his wiJSe Minnie, Reuben and Helen Vierra, ^ Mabel Hunter, President of District / No.l's Ladies Auxiliary, ' George Hayes Quartermaster for Bairacks No. 1,000 and District No. 1, Perry Workley Commander of Barracks No.. 1,000 and his wife Rummage sale for hospitdl 2411-; Earl Murphy and Ralph Kelley of Santa Rosa adding their bit. With their picnic out of the way,' District No. 1 will be girding, it's loins for the expected summer meeting to be held in Ukiah on July 19 and 20 in the Veterans Memorial Building, Oak and' Seminary. Headquarters will be the nearby Satellite Lodge. Entertainment will be provided FYiday night by the Ladies Auxiliary of Ukiah. John Peaslee, senior vice commander of Barracks No. 1,000 has invited a prominent speaker to start the Saturday meeting on it's way. Many visitors are expected to be on hand Saturday, among them being Commander R.O. (Bud) Livingston, Senior Vice Commander Bill Toston, and Junior Vice Commander Dick Werner of the Department of California., Expected to be on hand to needle District No. I's Commander Joe Hunter will be Sixteen youngsters are following the Suzuki String program which Shinichi Suzuki began in Japan, and which has • been acclaimed in the tl.S. .It is directed by Julian Lobsien weekday mornings 9:30-12at the SDA gym on Stipp Lane. Participating are: cellos —Brian Collins, Theresa Kirby, Carrie Knittel, David Madison;' violins —Kathy Axt, Cheryl Cruise, Scotty Hansen, Aileen and Robert Kirby, Beth, Marian and Marta Knittel, Randy Kqlk- man, Jack Nelson, Jonny and Rene Rosales, Laura Ulmer. Since the children learn the standard Suzuki repertory, they are able to play in unison in class. All music is memorized beginning with "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star" and proceeding from folk tunes and compositions by Bach; Handel, Boccherini and Beethoven concertos by Vivaldi and Mozart. Frequent repetition of music learned from the very beginning is used, " Various exercises to increase technique and rhythm include marching while playing variations of "Twinklfe," shaking hands when, notes fall on the'bpen string, etc. Lobsien, who teaches music at Ukiah Junior Academy, attended sessions taught by Suzuki at Oberliri College Ohio, and San Francisco in 1964 and 1966. Lobsiein observed that Suzuki who begins his instruction "with three-year-olds, believes it is as natural for children to bedome musicians as to learn their mother tongue. He says, "Mr. Suzuki's kindness, patience and understanding is best summed up in his motto, "Man is the sun of his environment. If love is deep, to much can. be accomplished." Interior decorator offers suggestions "Did you ever stop to consider that the walls of your home represent the largest area, of any room;" asks interior decorator Richard Hoffman. Since most of this area is at eye level, wallcoverings become the most important decorating element of all," he says. . "Ah entire, room can'^be transformed by just riedoing the walls. A "Today's wallcovmngfr-can crieate a mood or personality for ^nd • effort to show each other how to -The,,.Ufcah Convalescent isign up new mernbers. A no- Hospital rummage sale is agaih limit steak dinner for the two in operation following a shut- and their wives is the plum your room. What mood do you .-«.....iaiiuci uuc nuiiiei Win ue desire? Nostalgia,,dramatic Jack Whitefdrd, commander of graphics, summer every day of District No. Si A bit of a feud is year, Afro-primitive, on between these Mo in an western, Spanish.., you name it, down due to wet weather. The rumrhage sale is open Monday through Friday from 10 — a.m. until 8:30 p.m. at 2463 Porno Lane, off Norgard Lane south of Ukiah. Almost all display items are for sale for 10 cents, aCcoirding to ruminage sale spokesmen. they add that more donations are needed to keep the operation going, including furniture, clothes of all kinds, etc. 'Fire Prevenfion' R.V. Grange topic Delbert Phelps will be the guest speaker at the Redwood Valley GiStige meeting at the haU tonjgln at 8 o'clock. He"will Mis. Ann, Jenkins, Depatt- ment President for the Auxiliary,, plans to mak^ her official visit to District No. 1. Preparations are being made to extend her a hearty greeting by the district auxiliary under the guidance of Mabel Huntei*, District No. 1 president. It is with many regrets that we learned of Robert and Orean Warman being forcd to postpone their 50th wedding anniversary trip to Alaska when Orean suffered a heart attack. Orean is in the Palm Drive Hospital in Sebastopol with no visitors allowed. A card will be appreciated. Zip code 95472. We wish her a speedy recovery in ample time tp celebrate No. 50. Both Orean and Bob have been the variety of designs now available in modern wallcoverings —or wallfashions— can make your decorating dream come true. "If you are starting your decorating from scratch, use the color scheme built into the wallcovering you choose. Becavise it was designed by experts, you can adapt its color combinations with complete confidence," says the decorator. "If you already have furnishings, note the colors of your draperies, carpeting and upiholstery. If possible, bring samples of them along to the wallcovering store. 'There in varying intensities shades," Hoffman says. "The analogous or related color scheme is very popul&r. It is based on two or three colors close to each other on the color wheel. For example, yellow- orange and orange-red. "Complementary or contrasting schemes are gaining in popularity. Here you develop the "shock value" of any two colors opposite each other on the color wheel," he explains. The accented color scheme consists of a combination of analogous colors spiked with' a bold touch from the other side of the color wheel. Sometimes it means just one very vivid accent in a room sUch as a bedspread. ' , A very sophisticated color scheme is built around neutrals. However, it is advised to use' some bold accents, because almost any room with nothing but beige, grey, black and white or brown can be deadly without proper dashes of color. Generally, it is best to stick with three colors or less in planning your room decor. "Wallcoverings wiir help you to harmonize your color scheme by providing the proper accents and color intensities for a truly happy home environment. You won't regret putting a little pattern into your life!" ac- Pageanf Applications for entry in the annual Indian Princess Pageant are now being accepted by the HJnthil Women's Club, sponsors of the event which will be held Sept. 27 in conjunction with the celelH -ation of American Indian Day. Pageant entrants will. be vying for a $150 first place awjard, plus the title of Miss Indian Princess of Northern California for 1974-75; a second place award of $100 and $75 for third place. Applicants must be currently enrolled and attending school, be of American Indian descent and be between the ages of 13 and 18. Winners will be determined by the highest number of tickets sold, with the prize on the winning ticket being a Porno Indian basket. The contest is open to any girl, in northern California who meets the qualifications. Entry blanks are being accepted now through July 15 and contestants may begin selling their tickets July 16, closing at midnight, Sept. 27. Applications may be obtained frbm Lois Forrest, chairman, 102 I^oulos Court, Ukiah or Mrs. Patricia Campbell, P.O. Box 393, Willits. Any girl interested in the competition who needs more information should contact either Mrs. Forrest or Mrs. Campbell as soon as possible. USDA Suggests The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced a change in regulations that will require lids of glass jars containing meat and poultry products to be designed to prevent the possibility of any dirt or insects entering the jar. The. change becomes effective Dec. 10, 1975. ^ Officials of USDA's ariimal and plant health inspection service (APHIS) said numerous consumer complaints have been received concerning the quick- twist, screw-on, and snap-on- typ6 lids on containers of meat food products. USDA officials said th^t because of the space that exists between the inner edge of the lid's rim and the container itself, dirt and insects sometimes collect inside the lip of the jar,, lid. When the jar is opened and the vacuum seal is broken, the in-rushing air may carry the dirt or insects into the jar. Now, jar lids must be designed so that foreign matter cannot get to the inner part of the lid. This, can be done by eliminating the space between the lid and the container, or by placing a seal over the space. USDA officiaJs said that they" first proposed the jar lid modification in mid-1973. The majority of the. comments received since then have • favored the proposal. CHANGELESS — Anyone who was once chastized by former Ukiahi principal and superintendent Bill Chessall for leaving the lights on, will immediately recognize this dapper, relaxed gentleman. GUESS WHO? — The daishing young man and his girl here are none other than County Assessor Webb Brown and his wife, Maxine. Note the vest and full, pointed collar. •GOTTA NICKEL FOR A COKE? - Carl Daubeneck, once the terror of Ukiahi, now helps keep an eye,on the, rponey at the Savings Barfk which he joined in his early youth. Pictures here of some of the more familiar local, people who graduated from Ukiahi with the class of '28 were taken by Cleveland Hopkins who also graduated that year andnow lives in Clarksburg, Md, Ukiahi class reunion are five basic , „ decorating schemes which you cording to Hoffman, will want to consider. "A monochormatic scheme is probably the easiest to work with because you use one color Copies of the aniendmeht, to be published in the June 10 Federal Register, are available from APHIS, Room 1166-S, USDA, VVashington, D.C: 20250. SOCK SOLVES PROBLEM To dust hard-to-reach areas under reffigerators and stoyes, wet a large cotton sock, place it over ^ yardstick, and slide the stick under the appliance. If you put deterent on the damp sock, the area will be cleaned as the dust is removed. The Class Reuniion welcome, niat is out tomorrow for all Ukiah high members of the pre- 1920 to 1930 classes. , Activities will center around the Mendocino Lake clubhouse where registration will begin at 10 a.m., Masonite and winery tours will take off from there, the happy hour will commence at 6:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 8 with dancing to the music of Rod Pacini and his orchestra. Peggy Mitchell, is general chairrnan for the reunion with Bill and Velma Lawton as cochairmen. , Al Bechtol is, secretary and Jack Goudge is treasurer. Goudge and his wife, Marie, are also in charge of registration and have set up the following schedule: Goudges —10 a.m. to noon; Al and Dordthy Bechtol, 12 to 2 p.m.; Bob and Hazel Harmon, 2 to 4 p.m.; Jack and Vesta Hunt, 4. to 6 p.m.; and Bill ,and. Velma Lawton, 6 p.m. and "on." Opal'Foster and Dorothy Towne will serve as "happy hour" hostesses; Arnold Bogner and Fred Orr are in charge of transportation and Alta Ballou and Dorothy Bechtol are masterminding the decorations. Publicity has been handled by James Holland. Master of ceremonies for the evening will be the Hon. Wakefield Taylor and Judge Lilburn Gibson will be honorary emcee for the festivities. Robert Alcott will lead the salute to the flag and Margaret Singley will give the collect by Mary Stewart. ON THE PROWL — These two big menori thecampug,in their corduroy "uniform of the day" are Joe and Stanley Rea — doubtlessly up to no good but looking fairly innocent in this shot" taken on the old school grounds' in 1928. Many an anecdote of. the good old days will be exchanged at tomorrow's reunion of the pre- 20 to 1930 Ukiahi classes. • AT MUELLER'^ The precious gift! COIN • JEWELRY •IN-14 KARAT GOLD Come see one of the bestrj se,lections In .Gold Coin" Jewelry North of San Francisco! DEEP VALLEY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL speak on F.ire Prevention" and - work horses in, their efforts in the public is invited. The Redwood Valley Grange's annual poUuck picnic will be held Sunday at the Lake Mendocino picnic grounds, according to Eva Grahain, lecturer. . i • YOU COULD BE PLAYING : THEORaANNOWl f ORCAIf S i PIANOS : NEW-USeO-TRADE INS : VI|iA«E MUSIC :iis e. CHURCH $T.-UKIAH: . 0 «Uy ,Tlwr». » m j» » * H«*»«toM«l ptor MM OROAN behalf of Barracks No. 2411 of Sebastopol. Next meeting of Ukiah Barracks No. 1,000 will take place on Tuesday, July 16, at which tirne final entertainment plans for the District meeting on Friday will be completed. Registration Open For 74'7 ^^tH6oi Year GRADES K-8 TRIPLETS-CAMERA 108 N. School Downtown Ukiah We welcome anyone ... terested in Christ-Centered Quality education. •NEWthis fall: we Will condud a second kindergarten in OkiaH^ • Our tuition is below aMSsage Christian Schoo1s-tf>-€^. • Alt our staff members are dedicated Christian Educators. CALL 485-8700 OR 485-7728 Or come out to the Redwood Valley Community Church- Across from Ply-Fab in Downtown Redwood Valley. 9tl School Way. Memberships Now Open Inexpensive Year Round Vacation INITIATION FEE ONLY $25.00 TOTAL ANNUAL DUES — $220.00 " • (A/Vo|:i,thly payments may be arranged) NON-DEERWOOD RESIDENTS WfeLCOME * SWIMI » TENNIS * VOLLEYBALL PING P 0 N 6 • HORSESHOES * SAUNA DEERWOOD SWIM^ENNIS CLUB^ Phoijie bon Heller At 462;3801 Eves. 462^8^50 • • fhsnru.tivf, •iHe()ano('?'._ atad tx;<iu(/ of ':oin-i<-'welfv ot- lorc',! to /oil as iHnsIratetl oV CLi'.liMiv moaniPij '.vilh coidS LADY S RING Open clff{twoocI otleci 2-tier platform PENDANT Ropo border design foi eieganl'smiplicity • -Npw is the time to invest In diamonds and gold. They are the best! W. MUELLER JEWELRY . Gold Coin Spei^Wtlsr HI Yokavo Shopping Center

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