Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 5, 1974 · Page 4
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Ukiah, California
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Friday, July 5, 1974
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4-Uklah OaHy Journal Ukiah, Calif. Friday, July NEWS about MENDOCINO COUKTY OMEN f 9* Woodwird Pre '20'$ through % 3&s hold reunion grads OLD GRADS — Peggy Mitchell, left, chairman of Saturday's pre 1920 to 1930 reunion of Ukiah high school graduates; Jessie Hildreth,, the oldest graduate (1902), Titus Swoboda and Vera Swoboda, at right, who was among the faculty members at the Dates to keep 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 — Makovkin commissioned 103-piece dinner set on view, 5 to 7 p.mi, Bay Window Gallery, Mendocino July 8 — Last two-week sessions, summer school (a.m.) and day camp (p.m.), begin at Orchard Primary School. Call 462-3318. July 8 — Low cost meals for senior citizens, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Greater Ukiah Senior Center, 601 N. State Street; bingo, 1 to 3 p.m.; lip reading class, 2:30 to 4 p.m.; singing "fun", 7:30 to9 p.m.; bingo 9 to 11 p.m. July 9 —Low cost meals for senior citizens, 11:30 a.m. to 1 pvm., Greater Ukiah Senior Center, 601 N. State Street; textile painting class, 1:30 to 3 p.m. Soroptimists celebrate anniversaries Soroptimists under the leadership of vice president Mickey Pardini spent Monday luncheon meeting visiting and celebrating birthdays and anniversaries. v_ President Nancy/March, Ginger Masini and past president and director Naidia Dunfield are in Portland, Ore., attending the 23rd biennial convention of the Soroptimist Federation of the Americas, Inc., at the Thunderbird Hotel. They will return today. Alice Woodard led the club in celebrating the birthdays of Carry Minkler, Barbara MacNab, Irene Currier, Dolly Phillips, Laura Long, Dorothy Towne and Lois Seydel and the anniversaries of Evelyn Banzhaf, Dolly Phillips and Eleanore Chapman. Lois Seydel was the fine taker and Hilde Mueller passed' out gifts. Laura Long gave the invocation and Lois Seydel won the mystery prize. SEW FANCY SLOW POKE — Better late than never, this friendly turtle will arable you right into fashion's whirl. Use-him as a basic pattern for/a rtjipderrf-day quilt. Or embroider him as a special touch on play elothes. Applique him to pillows and bedspreads. Work him int^ leather craft Use your imagination! For a book of applique desipptvrite Sew Fancy, Box 3161, Ventura, Ca. 93003. high school during, the reunion years, all relax at the head table as the Redwood Regionaires entertain. —Journal photos by Raymond July 10 — Low cost meals for senior citizens, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Greater Ukiah Senior Center, 601 N. State Street; knitting class, 1:30 to 3 p.m.; property tax, relief consultations, 1:30 to 4 p.m.; lip reading class 2 to 4 p.m.. July- 11 — Low cost meals for senior citizens, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Greater Ukiah Senior Center, 601 N. State Street; cards 7:30 p.m. July 12 — Low cost meals for senior citizens, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Greater Ukiah Senior Citizens Center,' 601 N. State Street. July 13— Potluck dinner, 6:30 p.m., Greater Ukiah Senior Center, 601 N. State Street. July 21 — Iris Society's annual family potluck picnic and iris auction, 12:30 to 3 p.m., Ukiah's Municipal Park. Alice Hoover schedules lodge visits Alive Hoover, deputy president of district No. 68, Rebekah Lodge, reminded members of Cornelia Rebekah Lodge No. 205 of her. official visits for July, when, she attended the June 24 meeting here. She will visit the local lodge Monday and Lagunita Lodge No. 248 in Willits, July 16. She visited the Long Valley Lodge on July 1. Abbie Kheedler and Dole Dalrymple were initiated into membership by the Cornelia Lodge at the June 24 meeting. Welcomed during the evening were Blanch Carpenter, a member of Campbell Rebekah Lodge in San Rafael, John and Betty Rumer and Flora Hogan from Hopland, and Christine Epperson and Betty Johnson from Ukiah. Surgeries of Joe Wilson and Mary Jendersen were reported as was the birth of a baby daughter to Lisa McGee. Refreshments • of cake, whipped cream and strawberries were served by Betty Johnson at tables decorated with roses. Jessie Hildreth, who graduated from Ukiah high school with the] Class of 1902, and Juanita York, Bill Chessall and Clayton Elliott, 1908 graduates, were honored guests Saturday evening when the high school graduates from before 1920 to 1930 all gathered at Lake Mendocino Clubhouse Saturday. Elizabeth Burke Scholl and Lilburn Gibson, oldest living graduates from the school, were unable to be present for the event that drew 285. Also absent was Margaret Smith Thomas from the Class of 1900, who is in a local rest home. Elizabeth Scholl graduated with the Class of 1897, the second class to graduate from the local high school. • The oldest grads and former high school faculty members were seated at the head table during the evening along with 0 ENJOY REUNION — Al Bechtol, left, of the Ukiah high school Class of '25, and his wife, Dorothy, enjoy visiting with Herbert "Jack" Built-ins keep up with kids As children grow up, their bedrooms become more than just a place to sleep and play in. The room becomes their private part of the house, and the decor should allow them to express or expand personalities, say building materials manufacturers. For a pre-schooler, a bed, small chair and toy chest are sufficient, but during the elementary . grades'Va writing desk and well-lighted^ reading facilities become important. Starting early, children collect things— rocks, shells, dolls, or stuffed animals — requiring wall-mounted shelves for proper display. Walls Serve Well An organized solution to children's expanding activities is a system of built-in desks, storage drawers, shelves, and bulletin boards along two adjoining walls, suggests the manufacturer. Forming the framework may be horizontal 4x4s of fir or western pine, attached to the wall studs with lag bolts. Vertical 4x4s between the horizontals may frame a window on one wall, and a matching set on the other wall may provide support for board shelves. Along one wall, a desk top maybe attached to the bottom of the 4x4. In a room shared by two youngsters, desk areas may be separated by sets of drawers or cabinets. Place for Posters Portions of the Wall above the desk and the other wall may be covered with composition tack board between the 4x4s, giving ample space for posters and pictures. The walls behind the shelves and above and below the; 4x4 framing will keep maintenance low when-covered with lightly stained or sealed board paneling. Decorating need be modified only slightly for boysand girls The frames may be stained for Hunt during the reunion of all the high school classes from before 1920 to 1930 at Lake Mendocino Clubhouse, GRAD AND TEACHER — Bill Chessell, right, who was a graduate of Ukiah high school with the class of 1908 and later was teacher and principal of Ukiahi, talks with Arne Talso of the class of 1924 at the reunion Saturday at Lake Mendocino Clubhouse of all the high school graduates from before 1920 to 1930. Dictionary of beef OSSO BUCO — Retail name for beef or veal shanks cut to make Italian entree of same name. OVEN READY BEEF LOAF —Retail name for loaf made of ground beef and other ingredients. OXTAILS —Beef tail, weighs 1 and a half to 2 pounds, boys, painted pastel for girls. A mod window shade may suit •either, or girls may prefer frilly curtains. When the children are grown, the room can be converted to a study-guest room. available whole or disjointed. OYSTER STEAK (round) —A one-per-hind-quarter, tender three-fourth pound steak. Boned out when top round is removed from H-bone. PATIO STEAK (chuck) — Retail name for tender steak cut from cross rib (shoulder clod) or inside chuck muscle. Winifred Beckley "Peggy" Mitchell of the class of '22, chairman of the reunion, and the Honorable Wakefield Taylor of the class of '30, who served as master of cttremonies. BiU Chesull held his seat at the head table on two counts, since he also was a former faculty member and principal of the high school as well as one of its graduates. Other faculty members attending were Vera Swoboda, Audrey Hollenbeck and Mariza Clow Ambroseli. Norma Thurston Swartz- burger of the Class of 1930 was honored as the grad traveling the farthest. She traveled 4000 miles to the reunion from her home iir Alaska. Ruth Wilson Sutter, who traveled 3000 miles from Arlington, Va., will remain in the area for several weeks visiting friends'. The lively group dined and' danced until 2 a.m. and gathered again at the clubhouse Sunday morning for breakfast. Entertainment was by the Redwood Regionaires, and Rod Pacini's group played for dancing. Steak was served Saturday evening by the Shrine Club, which catered both dinner and breakfast for the grads. Robert Alcott of the Class of '27 led the graduates in a salute to the flag, followirig the welcoming address Saturday evening by Peggy Mitchell, reunion chairman. The grads observed a moment of silence during the evening in memory of those who have died. Margaret Wilson Singley led the group in a collective prayer. Ruth Suiter, who for years played with dance bands locally, sat down at the piano Sunday morning at the breakfast and played old familiar tunes for her fellow graduates. Most of her selections were dance tunes from the '20's. Sr. Center menu Menu of low cost meals to be served next week to senior ' citizens at the Greater Ukiah Senior Center, 601 N. State Street, is printed below. Meals will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day. Soup, bread and butter, and a choice of milk, tea, coffee or Sanka will be served with each meal. Free coffee will be served any time during the day. MONDAY Meat loaf Mashed potatoes Squash Carrot & raisin salad Pudding TUESDAY Turkey & dressing Cranberry sauce Whipped potatoes Green beans Fruit salad Cake WEDNESDAY Lasagne Spinach Green salad Pudding THURSDAY Veal patties-mushroom sauce Whipped potatoes Peas & carrots , Cole Slaw Prunes FRIDAY Fish or Macaroni & cheese Rice Hot buttered beets Cottage cheese Fruit GRAD AND GUEST — Charles Mannon, left, was guest of Carl Daubeneck, 1928 graduate of Ukiah high school, at the reunion of high school graduates from the pre 1920's to 1930 Saturday at Lake Mendocino Clubhouse. MENDOCINO Edna M. Langseth. P.O. Box ' Pft 462-4731—Ex. 276 359 Q. Can I make jellies and jams using artificial sweeteners? A. There are special recipes developed by the manufacturers of the artificial sweeteners for making jellies and jams. They have a different texture and flavor from those made with, sugar, however. Q. Is it all right to put hot leftover food directly into the refrigerator? I always thought it was dangerous. A. Hot foods can go directly into the refrigerator but they cause the refrigerator temperature to rise. So if you can cool them quickly first, it is advisable. Set the pan of food in a larger container of cold Former Ukiah editor wins award Nancy Verville, editor of the "Community Scene" pages of the Union, Areata newspBpifr and formerly women's page editor for the Ukiah Daily Journal and Republican Press papers of Ukiah; along with another staff member of The Union, Colleen Hedrick, fias won three first place awards in the 1974 National Federation of Press Women's Communication Contest. Nancy received first place for the best Women's pages, and her co-worker received first place awards for the best feature article and for the best interview. Although The Union has only received one other award from the NFPW contest, it has been a winner of newspaper excellence awards since 1957, and Nancy Verville has been responsible for at least one of those other awards. This busy journalist is the wife of Paul Verville, an em-" ploye of Northwestern Pacific Railroad, and mother of two grown children. The family left Ukiah when Paul Verville was transferred to Areata by Northwestern. YOU COULD BE PLAYING ! THE ORGAN NOW) I ORGANS j PIANOS : NEW—USED—TRADE INS ! VILLAGE MUSIC; | • 175 E. CHURCH ST.—UKIAH: '. Open Daily,Thur<. A Fri. to * • I HEAR Marian play ttit ORGAN t THURS. PM at Flordsl • JULY CLEARANCE SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPT. BENiFRANKLIN 462-1757 102 S. School St. 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, is below average for Christian Schools'In Calif. All 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. 971 School Way. water; stir the food to allow heat to dissipate. If you have a small amount, by all means put it into the refrigerator at once. . Q. Is there much difference in calories between dry roasted and oil-roasted peanuts? A. No. One ounce of dry roasted peanuts provides 163 calories; one ounce of oil- roasted peanuts 166 calories! There are now available defatted peanuts; I don't know about the calories in this product. Peanuts are naturally high in fat, but they are also a good source of protein and the B vitamins. Q. Can electric blankets be dry cleaned? A. As a general rule, no. the dry cleaning fluid damages the insulation on the electric wires. You can usually wash them in an automatic machine, spin; then hang over several clotheslines to dfy. Most companies do not recommend using a dryer. PATIO POINTERS A booklet jfull of ideas for. patios, decks, fences and screens is available for 15 cents in coin from Western Wood Products Assn., Dept. 523-P, Portland, Or. 97204. LOSE UGLY FAT Start losing weight today OR MONEY BACK. MONADEX is a tiny tablet that will help curb your desire lor excess food. Eat less-weigh less. Contains no dangerous drugs and will not make you nervous. No strenuous exercise. Change your life . . : start today. MONADEX costs S3.00 lor a 20 day supply and S5.00 lor twice the amount. Lose ugly fat or your money will be refunded with >' no questions asked by: Ukiah Rexall Drug — 107 S. State — Mail Orders Filled. •E 3 IDE AT IVIUELLER'Sl The precious gift! 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