Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 9, 1974 · Page 4
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4—Uklah Daily Journal, ilklah, Calif. Tuesday, July », 1974 REIMS about MENDOCINO COUNTY TEKN AGKlt RUNNER-UP - Leanne McCallum, Ukiah high school freshman, was third runner-up in the Miss California Teen- Ager Pageant held June 28-29 in Anaheim. She was sponsored by Christensen and Son Construction. —Journal photo by Fae Ukiah girl runner-up in Teen Ager Pageant nardino, was first runner-up. Page is a member of the a cappella choir, honor choir and student council at Golden Valley, and is a member of the National Charity League and several other civic organizations. Margaret Ann McNichols, second runner-up, was 16-year- old resident of Julian and 1973 Senior Julian Apple Day princess. She also was winner of the Crisco Home Economics award, American Legion award and DAR award in her community. Winner of the essay competition, another important part of the contest, was 13-year-old Tanya Ingwerson of Villa Park. All contestants were judged on their scholastic achievements, civic contributions, poise, personality and appearance and each was judged separately on her essay. Subject of the theme was "What's Right About America." First and second runners-up in the essay competition were 15-year-old Diana Jones of Barstow, and 17-year- old Cathie Hassenstab of Los Angeles. In the Miss Teen-Ager competition, Leanne was third runner up and Terri Lynne Wooters, 17, or Orange, fourth runner-up. Cynthia Ann Clemens, 15, of Barstow was named Miss Photogenic. The title of Miss Congeniality, went to Trina Love, 14, of Compton; Miss Personality to Cindy Jean Fischer, 14, of San Luis Obispo; and Miss Citizenship to Lucia Christine Shelton, 16, of Glendale. Leanne McCallum, 14-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don McCallum of 440 Porno Drive, was third runner-up in the 1974 Miss California Teen- Ager Pageant held June 28-29 at the Royal Inn in,Anaheim. This Ukiah high school freshman competed with 127 other teenagers for the title of Miss California Teen Ager. Eight girls from Ukiah traveled to Anaheim for the pageant. They were Linda Bowers, 13, sponsored by the Manor Inn, Savings Bank of Mendocino and Fair Mart; Kristin Bralich,, 13, sponsored by Ukiah Sewing and Vacuum Center; Loanne Christenson, 14, sponsored by Ukiah Lions Club; Kim Lorenz, 13," sponsored by The Palace Place and Farmers Insurance Group; Kim Reeder, 14, sponsored by Maso.nite; Tammy Tatum, 14, sponsored by G. & 0. Mortgage; and Julieanne Turner, 13, sponsored by Redwood Empire Savings and Loan. Leanne was sponsored by Christensen and Son Construction. The girls were accompanied to Anaheim by their parents and Darwin Richardson, counselor at Pomolita junior high school, and his wife, Nina. Robin Anna Moore, 17-year- old Bellflower teenager was crowned 1974 Miss California Teen-Ager. She is a student at Downey high school and a member of the Future Homemakers Club, the Pacesetter's club, and she had done volunteer work for Muscular Dystrophy. Page Layne Miller, 13, an honor student of Golden Valley junior high school in San Ber- LORI DAWN LIMPERT by local merchants or clubs will be greatly appreciated. He also encouraged, communities to invite the pageant contestant to appear in parades, fashion shows and other events which help develop poise, confidence and talent. OMEN Seven-year-old girl to represent Ukiah Lori Dawn Limpert, daughter of Tretha Butler, 430 Pomp Drive, will represent Ukiah in the state finals of an international talent pageant for young ladies Aug. 12-16 at the University of California campus in Riverside. She was selected for the finals competition after auditioning June 14 in Santa Rosa. This seven year old, who will enter the third grade at Oak Manor in the fall, is a gogo dancer with the billing "Lori-a- gogo". In this pageant for young women between the ages of five and 17 there are three age divisions for six major awards. Lori will compete in the five td eight years of age group. Contestants will be judged on talent, personality, poise and photogenic appeal, according to Ken Malone, the executive director, of the International Pageant from Dec. 26 to 31. Winners on the state level will receive all expenses for the contestant and chaperone while attending the international finals. Three thousand dollars in cash scholarships will be awarded the winners of the international pageant to further their education in their individual artistic fields. In all $15,000 will be awarded at the state and international levels in wardrobe, pageant expenses and special awards. Malone stated that any support given to the local delegates to the state pageant Daughter horn to Mummerts in Tennessee A' baby daughter was born Monday morning to Sgt. and Mrs. Michael Mummert at Clarksville, Tenh., where the Mummerts are residing while the sergeant is stationed with the U.S. Army at Campbell, Ken. The baby's mother is the former Vida Renfro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Renfro of 404 Clara Avenue. The little girl, who weighed seven pounds and three ounces at birth, has been named Crystal Annette Mummert by her parents. Her maternal grandparents in Ukiah and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mummert of Clearlake Highlands, learned in the early hours Monday morning of the new arrival. The baby girl and her parents will be leaving in the fall for Germany, as the sergeant has reenlisted for service with the paratroops. . SNACK TIME Specially for campfire, Brownie or Den Mothers: Apple juice for snack time is most pleasing to 8 to 10 year olds. Decorate the apple juice with a floating miniature marshmallow or whole spice — cloves, cinnamon, piece of mace. Do the research on spices to make it a learning time for the girls. PAST AND PRESENT — Mrs. Laverne Starmer, in the foreground at the right, newly installed director of Mendo-Lake District, California Garden Clubs Inc., is shown here with some of the past directors of the district. Beside her is Mrs. Arthur Harwood, who in addition to serving as director of the district at one time has annually been its hostess at Harwood Grove in Branscomb for the annual district meeting and installation of officers. Mrs. Roland Graf of the Willits Garden Club is shown at the left in the rear; Mrs. Arthur Romer of Ukiah Garden Club, in the center, and Mrs. Vernon Egli, of the Potter Valley Club, who served the district as director from 1972-74. Mrs. Starmer is a member of the Clearlake Trowel and Trellis Club, and Mrs. Harwood of the Long Valley Garden Club in Laytonville. —Romer photo By HARRIET MALSON Ukiah Tree Tracers Genealogical Society's topic for public instruction Wednesday at the public library in Ukiah will be on historical and geographical research with an atlas and local and state histories. The history and geography of the area and time in which your ancestors lived plays an important role in your research. During the American Revolution volunteers were paid a cash bounty of $750 for enlisting and were to receive 100 acres of "bounty" land at the end of the war. A tract of four and a quarter, million acres of the Northwest- Territory, known as the Virginia bounty,'was settled by veterans of the revolution coming from Virginia and Kentucky in 1800. In 1794 a tract of four million acres known as the Western Reserve was opened near Lake Erie and settled mostly by former Connecticut residents whose property had been burned by the British during the war. It was known also as "The Fire Lands." There was a Refugee Tract set aside for former Canadians who aided the American cause, and so lost their?British controlled homes in Canada. In West Virginia, each county was required to provide the War effort with one good covered wagon complete with four-horse team and driver. The driver was to serve one month at county expense, hence these teamsters were county employees and did not qualify for war pensions or bounty lands — another interesting historical fact. A search of history books may even reward you with a picture, of some relative of the past. We found a picture of a great uncle, Dr. Anson Hurd of Oxford, bid., on page ,113 of "A Pictorial' History of the Civil War Years," and learned that he served as a surgeon with the 14th Indiana Volunteers. With this information it was possible to obtain a copy of his military and pension records from the National Archives. Kickers plan hangar hoedown Konocti Kickers of Clearlake Highlands will hold the club's monthly hangar hoedown at Pearce Airfield in Clearlake Highlands Saturday evening. Bud Grass will call for the event which will be held between 8:30 and 11:30 p.m. A potluck will follow. The kickers hold a weekly workshop . on Wednesday evenings at 7:30 at Hale Hall, Burns Valley School in Clearlake Highlands. GUESTS FROM JAPAN — Amy and Ray Mensinger of Yokohama, Japan, left, are seated with Dosola and Marge Bartolomei at the Bartolomei family reunion Wednesday at the B Bar X Ranch. Marge and Dosola were guests of the Mensingers at their home in Japan in April. Bartolomei family reunion , Among. the 124 members of the Bartolomei family and thejr guests attending a family reunion Wednesday at the B Bar Z Ranch were Amy and Ray Mensinger of Yokohama, Japan, and their son, Mike. The couple, long time friends of the Bartolomeis, were hosts in April to Marge and Dosola Bartolomei, wives of Telmo and Edom, of the B Bar X. The two arrived in Japan during cherry blossom time and were taken on . a tour of ' many interesting places including the Kyoto gardens via bullet train, which travels between 150-200 miles per hour. Highlight of • their visit, however, was a , Japanese wedding at Nagoya Castle. The two women were included in the family of the bridegroom, who is a nephew of Mrs. Mensinger, and were privileged to view the entire ceremony in the wedding- castle; which is crowned with two golden dolphins. The Mensingers arrived in San Francisco in June for their vacation and accepted the Bartolomeis invitation to the family reunion. They will leave to return to their 1 home in Japan, July 20. The two families became close friends when the Men­ singers made their home in Oakland, and the couple joined the family hunting club. Later in 1972 the Mensinger's moved to Japan where Ray Mensinger is employed by Sea-Land,' one of the largest shipping companies in the world. In addition to a beef barbecue, bocci ball, and horseshoes there was dancing in the evening to the music of Ben Foster's group. Special treat of the barbecue was the surprise birthday celebration for Boni Bartolomei, uncle of Telmo and brother of Edom Bartolomei. Other brothers of Edom and their families attending were Mario, and Louis. BIRTHDAY SURPRISE — Boni Bartolomei, at right,, is escorted by his nephew, Telmo, to a table where two birthday cakes blaze with candles in honor of Boni's birthday". Standing at left is the honored guests wife, Rosa. The surprise celebration occurred Wednesday night at a Bartolomei family reunion at the B Bar X Ranch. —Journal photos by Fae Sister, brother choose same wedding date Ted T. Williams and his sister, Arlene, plan to be married on the same day, Aug. 17, at St. Mary of the Angels Catholic Church. Arlene will become the bride of Karol D. Petsch an employe of Acme Rigging. Ted's bride will be Jill C. Petro, daughter of Mary C. Petro of Calpella and John N. Petro of Concord. Jill and Ted graduated from Ukiah high school with the Class of 1971. Jill is a bookkeeper in the Calpella offices of Louisiana- Pacific. Ted is employed by Wentz Market. Arlene and Ted T. Williams are daughter and son of Mrs. and Mrs. Ted Williams, 263 Oak Knoll Road. Arlene graduated from Ukiah high school with the. Class of 1970 and is presently employed as secretary for Ukiah Realty. Her fiance is the son of Mrs. and Mrs. Eugene E. Petsch of Covelo. He attended Round Valley high school, graduating with the Class of 1968, and attended Santa Rosa junior college. He served .four years with the United States Navy aboard the U.S.S. Mispillion. A 4 p.m. ceremony has been planned by the two couples. • TONIGHT • Wednesday-Thursday 2 GIANT THRILLERS! EHECUTIUE HCTION Dates to keep July 9 — Ukiah Promenaden workshop, 8 to 10 p.m., Prank Zeek School. July M — Ukiah Tree Tracers Genealogical Society public instruction meeting, 7 p.m., children 's room, Mendocino County Public Library. July 10 — Low coat meals for senior citizens, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Greater Uklah 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 ior senior citizens, 11:30 a.m. to l p.m., Greater Ukiah Senior Center, 601 N. State Street; cards 7:30 p.m. July 12 — Low cosi meals for senior citizens, 11:30a.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 13 — Konocti Kickers' hangar hoedown, 8:30 to 11:30 p.m., Pearce Airfield, Clearlake Highlands. July 15— Native Daughters of the Golden West, Parlor 263, installation, 8 p.m., Saturday Afternoon' clubhouse, cornet* of Oak and Church Streets. July 19 — CYp basketball league benefit chicken barbecue, 7:30 p.m., Pomo Inn. Tickets at Medico Drug, or call 462-6381. $15 per couple. July 20 — Assembly of God gospel concert, 7 to 10 p.m., Anderson Valley high school auditorium, Boonville. . July 21 — Iris Society's annual family potluck picnic and iris auction, 12:30 to 3 p.m., Ukiah's Municipal Park. Last Times Tonight SEAN CONNERY IN COLOR ., "EXECUTIVE ACTION" Starts 8:57-12:28 •2ND BIG THRILLER! CO-FEATUREl JANE FONDA! BARIDAREIL DO HER THING! "BARBELLA" at 9:00 Extra-Color Cartoon Wed. Matinee Only UKIAH MERCHANTS FREE MATINEE _ WEDNESDAY MATINEE 1:30 GET YOUR FREE TICKETS AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE WEDNESDAY 1 NIGHT ONLY ALL SPANISH SHOW DOUBLE WEDDING PLANNED — Karol Petsch and Arlene Williams, left, and Arlene's brother, Ted T. Williams, and Jill Petro plan to marry Aug. 17 in a double wedding at St. Mary of the Angels Catholic Church. —Photo by Michael's Studio. 'MACKINTOSH MAN" At 10;43 • I • K"1 COLORES [ERMANO! JMV » Kivaro j .ffadla Milton j 12 FEATUREPROGRAMl RODMFOdtANOA MAURI MONTI- Starts Wednesday 2 ALL-FUN FEATURES WONDBRftflND [G|gEB> TECHIUCOLOft* IAND THIS FUN-FEATUREl FRED MAC MURRAY IN WALT DISNEY'S "CHARLIE AND THE ANGEL" In Technicolor

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