Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 3, 1974 · Page 4
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Ukiah, California
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Wednesday, July 3, 1974
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4—Ukiah Daily Journal, Ukiah Calif. mm Wednesday, July 3, 1974 NEWS about MENDOCINO COUNTY OMEN J*o Woodward Women's World events at Napa Fairgrounds IN CHARGE — Betty Smith, left, chairman of the fourth annual Hawaiian luau, to be sponsored by Ukiah Emblem Club No. 148, July 20 at the 12th District Fairgrounds, is seated here with the club president, Delores Dougherty. Tickets for the event, which will be open to the public, are $6 per person and will be on sale at the Letter Shop at 704 S. State Street until the evening of the event when they may be purchased at the door of the home economics building at the fairgrounds. They will include dinner, and dancing to the music of the John Reitzell group. A social hour will be held at 6:30 with dinner at 8.—Photo by K. Hunter. CALISTOGA — A worldr famous floral designer will lecture at the Napa County Fair, it was announced today by Mary Kettlewell, in charge of Woman's World events. He is Bob Gordon, flqral design professor at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Gordon will talk on "Flowers for the'Home" in the Butler pavilion on the fairgrounds at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, July 7. A member of the American Academy of Florists, Gordon is the author of the book, "Professional Flower Arranging for Beginners.'' He is a past president of the American Institute of Floral Design, and has lectured and demonstrated flower arrangement in Europe and Japan as, well as throughout the United States. Other Women's 5 World events announced by Mrs. Kettlewell : July 4, 3 p.m. — Drusilla King Mills, "Leafing Out: House Plant Survival." July 4, 7 p.m. —David C. Whiting, "How to Get the Most from a Fall Vegetable Garden." July 4,7 p.m. —Carolee Luper and Judy Atchley, "Middle Eastern Cooking." July 5, 3 p.m. —Marie Dank, "Figure Flattery Through Optical Illusion." < Emblem Club luau July 20 It's luau time again for Ukiah Emblem Club No. 148. The club wilf hold its fourth annual Hawaiian luau July 20 in . the home economics building at the 12th District Fairgrounds with teriyaki chicken and sweet 'n sour spareribs among the featured dishes. Cost of the, event, which is open to the public, will be $6 per person and will include dinner and. dancing. Music for the evening will be furnished by the John Reitzell group. Tickets may be purchased in advance at the Letter Shqp, 710A S. State Street, or at the door the evening of the event. Betty Smith, chairman of the luau this year, has announced a social hour will be held at 6:30 with dinner at 8. Proceeds from this money raising project will be used for a college scholarship to Mendocino Community College, campership for a' child who otherwise wouldn't be able to attend camp, as well as for other philanthropic programs of the Emblem Club. Final sessions beginning at Orchard The final two-week sessions of summer school and day camp at Orchard Primary School will begin July 8 according to Joyce Thompson, school director. Summer school classes for children two and a half to 10 years of age will be held in the mornings July 8 through 19. Day camp for the same ages will be held in the afternoons. Children may attend one or both. For information regarding enrollment parents or guardians may call the director at 462-3318. Club hunts jasper near Willits Members of Ukiah Stone and Gem Club searched the creeks in the area of the ranch home of ( Mrs. Lee Barrett, north of Willits, Sunday for Jasper, and feasted at the Barrett ranch on barbecued steak. The combination field trip and barbecue netted some of the . members some exceptional specimens, according to Barney Weeks,' club president. Weeks acted as chef for the barbecue and club members brought all the "fixings" for uie affair. Another outing is planned by the club later this month. Willa Good elected new 4-H president <3* Willa Good was elected president of the Redwood Valley-Calpella 4-H Club during a meeting held last week at the Redwood Valley schooll Cindy Johnson will serve as vice, president, Ria deGrassi as secretary, and Jan Good as secretary. Outgoing officers are Kathy Harris, president; Ria de Grassi, vice president; Jan Good, secretary, and Carol Kissler, treasurer. Carol was appointed club reporter to replace Willa, and Joanne Kissler was named sergeant-at- arms. Next meeting of the club will be on July 23 at 6 p.m., a potluck picnic at the Lion Gub park. Willits 4-H Club members have been invited and there will be a talent show and softball game. It was announced that the rabbit group will do the booth for the Redwood Empire Fair in August. Also discussed 1 was a float for the July Fourth Black Bart Days. The 4-H Club's mounted color guard will ride in the Black Bart Days parade, under the direction of Jan Good. The club named Willa Good as the delegate to the state 4-H convention which will be held Aug. 5-9 in Davis. Cathy Harris and Kathy Solgat will attend as All-Stars. Judy Good was the winner of the odd-shaped. cake contest, with a realistic raccoon ^corated with icing. decoi 1/ Check warranty .Even if an appliance is guaranteed, it's important to know what the guarantee covers. Parts and labor? Who stands behind the warranty — the manufacturer or the dealer? (Be sure that if a dealer goes out of business, you aren't without a warranty.) Consumer service people suggest that the purchaser also ask these questions: —Is the warranty in effect if I move? » —Do I need to mail a registration card (some have a deadline for mailing) or save my sales receipt? i —Do I have to mail a defective part somewhere to get warranty coverage? If "yes," who pays for removing, mailing and replacing the defective part? —If the work must be done by an authorized agent, where is the nearest one? Warranties usually don't cover damage caused by abuse or misuse. If a child swings on the dryer door and breaks it, or if the owner turns a timer dial "the wrong way and breaks a jj ERTSCH E DUCAT ION AL SERVICES PRESENTS Children's Art Workshop AN EXCEPTIONAL EXPERIENCE IN ART FOR CHILDREN 6TO 14 YEARS Instructors KATHLEEN CASTLEBERG NAOMI ENOSTROM From GENESIS POT WORKS FABRIC CRAFTS SCULPTURE July 16-20 July 22-26 8:00'a;m. - 12:00 noon 8:00a.m.-12:00noon For furtlwr Information Phont 442-ttM or 4*1-5411 springs the warranty probably won't cover it. Although most warranties don't cover damage due to "acts of God" such as flooding, your household insurance may cover you. There's still another kind of coverage. When shopping for an appliance, the purchaser should check the warranty carefully to see that it's a good one. This way he covers himself. July 5, 4:30 p.m. —Marie Dank, "Know Your, Sewing Machine!^. -> July 6, 4:30 p.m. —Carolee Luper, "French Cooking.'" N July 7,1:30 p.m. —Mrs. Jean Suter "Saving Food for those Rainy Days." In addition, Yvonne Oden will present demonstrations and lectures entitled "Wallpapering Today" on July 4, 1:30 p.m.; July 5, 1:30 p.m. and July 6, 3 p.m. First Women's World presentation of the fair will be "Fashions on Parade," produced by Napa County 4-H members, at 6:30 p.m. July 4. Will display pottery on July 8 A year ago, Louis and Miriam Licht of Los Angeles commissioned Sasha Makovkin, the pottery instructor at the Mendocino Art Center, to design and create a 103-piece dinner set. This set is now ready to be delivered to the Lichts, and on Monday, July 8, there will be a special reception at the Bay Window Gallery in Mendocino during which the public may view the set. Hours will be 5 to 7 p.m. The set commissioned by the Lichts is extremely stark and simple. The almost black glaze utilized by Makovkin for this set is similar to the Japanese Tenmoku glaze, a collector's glaze. , In the past, Makovkin has accepted only one commission annually for a dinner set of this size, with delivery promised within twelve months. Last year he delivered a commission of 110 pieces, elaborately painted, which is now in Jerusalem, Israel. The potter is now accepting orders for next year's delivery; and contrary to previous years, he plans to accept two orders. He can be contacted at the Mendocino Art Center or the Bay Window Gallery, Mendocino, 95460. Winery design notepaper , is released The linoleum blockprint design of Parducci Wine Cellars on which Francine Bearden was working at the recent Easter Seals Wine Tasting and Art Show at Lake Mendocino Clubhouse has been completed by the artist and the first copies of notepaper containing the print have been released. Many of those attending the benefit, which this year had as its theme "art in action," were interested in the block print on which Mrs. Bearden was working. First copies of the notepaper have been delivered to the gift shop at Parducci's. APPLIANCE PREPARATION Before buying any appliance, check electrical wiring or gas lines tq make sure your home can accommodate the new purchase. Dates to keep sale Ukiah's Municipal Park. WEDDING DANCE — Mr. and Mrs. James Daniel Doty (Linda Sue Milone) dance at the reception which followed their June 1 wedding at St. Francis Catholic Church in Hopland. -"-Photo by Stella Sanderson Milone-Doty wedding in Hopland church July 4, — Rummage benefiting Ukiah Convalescent Hospital patients, 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., 2463 Pbmo Lane, off Norgard Lane, south of Ukiah. ' July 4, 12th annual Black Bart Days parade, sponsored by the Redwood Riders, Inc.', 10 a.m., East Road, Redwood Valley. < July 5 — Ukiah Grange stew dinner and card party, Grange hall, dinner at 6:30 p.m., cards at 8. Adults, $1.25, children, 75 cents. Public invited. July 5— Rummage sale , benefiting Ukiah Convalescent Hospital patients, 10 a .m. to 8:30 p.m., 2463 Porno Lane, off Norgard Lane, south of Ukiah. July 6 — Rummage sale benefiting Ukiah Convalescent Hospital patients, 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., 2463 Porno Lane, off Norgard Lane, south of Ukiah. July 8 T 1 - Makovkin commissioned 103-piece dinner set on view, 5 to 7 p.m., Bay Window Gallery, 1 endocino .July 8 — Last two-week sessions, summer school (a .m.) and day camp (p.m.), begin at Orchard Primary School. Call* 462-3318. July 21 —. Iris Society's annual family potluck picnic and iris auction, 12:3Q to 3 p.m Aug. io — Quilt seminar, io a.rh: to 5 p.m., Mendocino County Museum. Aug. 25 — Whale Day, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mendocino County Museum. GOURMET PICKNICKING . Beef tongue goes gourmet picnicking in the form of a colorful salad. Chill cooked, sliced tongue overnight in oil and vinegar marinade. Then pack and carry in plastic bag. In another bag take chilled, barely cooked carrots, zucchini ' and small whole potatoes. To serve, arrange tongue and cooked vegetables over shredded lettuce, sprinkle the beef marinade over all and garnish platter with parsley and red onion rings. Crunchy breadsticks and fresh fruit are perfect go alongs. YOU COULD BE PLAYING THE ORGAN NOWI ORGANS \ PIANOS NEW—USED—TRADE INS '. VILLAGE MUSIC i ;175 E. CHURCH ST.— UKIAHl Open Daily,Thurs. & Fri. to » I HEAR Marian ploy the ORGAN '. THURS. PM at Fjords!. Mr. and Mrs. James Daniel Doty (Linda Sue Milone) are at home at 1700 Sanford Ranch Road after their honeymoon on the coast., The couple were married June 1 at St. Francis Catholic Church in Hopland by Father Roger Lamoureux before a large gathering of family and friends. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Milone of Hopland, chose an empire gown of silk organza for her wedding. The bridal gown was fashioned with scoop neckline trimmed in self ruffle which fell over the shoulder forming a cap sleeve. A deep flounce with daisy trim bordered the, skirt and chapel train of the gown. A bandeau of matching daisies held an elbow length silk veil. The bride's bouquet like the yellow centered flowers in her ensemble, was of yellow centered daisies combined with baby's breath and a touch of ivy. Sandy Russell, sister of the bride, who served as her matron of honor, wore an A-line gown of daffodil yellow and her bridesmaids, Lori Milone, a sister-in-law; Sue Bonnell, sister of the bridegroom; and Donna Gibson, cousin of the bride; all wore sunflower yellow. The dresses all were Aline style, with scooped necklines and cap sleeves, trimmed in white lace. Long white gloves and yellow hats completed their ensembles and they carried nosegay bouquets of the same .yellow daisies carried by the bride. Carrie Tilton, who served as flower girl, . was dressed in miniature to the matron of honor. Alan Holliday, ring bearer, likewise was a miniature of the groom's men. Dell Evans, served the bridegroom as best man. Ushers were Jim and Frankie Milone, brothers of the bride, and Jack Mathis. The ceremony took place before a tiny altar decorated with bouquets of gladioli and daisies. Musical accompanimnt was provided by Peter Corippo, organist. After the ceremony Jim Minoletti's musical group played for the reception held at ' the Veterans building in Hopland. A wedding buffet was served and a champagne toast was given the newlyweds. The four-tier wedding cake frosted with white daisies, with yellow centers, was cut traditionally by the bride and groom. It was served the wedding guests by Melanie Berringer. Frances Gibson, cousin of the bride, kept the guest book. Before leaving for Fort Bragg and a honeymoon on the coast the bride changed to a sleeveless A-line floral print with white collar. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Doty of Ukiah. GOOD FREEZERS Almost any type of meat stew, ragout, goulash or casserole combination—beef, lamb, pork or veal —can be frozen. Most vegetables included in these combination dishes freeze well. DOWNTOWN UKIAH 270 So. School St.— 462-7667 WEDDING Easy Apple Fritters: Substitute apple juice for half the milk in your favorite pancake recipes. Then add half to one cup grated California Pippins and prepare as usual. DEEP VALLEY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL ENROLLMENT IN-ALL CLASSES STILL OPEN KINDERGARTEN—8th GRADE -NEW- KINDERGARTEN IN UKIAH We welcome anyone interested in Christ-Centered Quality education. Our tuition Ts below average Christian Schools in Calif. All our staff members are dedicated Christian Educators. for CALL 485-8700 OR 485-7728 Or come out to the Redwood Valley Community Church- Across from Ply-Fab in Downtown Redwood Valley. 971 School Way. TOUCH A SEW sewing machine CAI e WITH DESK/CABINET Model 758/692 5ALE $70 OFF REG. PRICE APPROVED (INQIR 0EAIEH We have a Credit Plan designed to fit your budget : We also have a liberal trade-in policy UKIAH SEWING & VAC "2 S. School St.—442-4135 *A Trademark of THE SINGER COMPANY

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