Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 18, 1978 · Page 11
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 11

Ukiah, California
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Wednesday, January 18, 1978
Page 11
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1>.- T2-:^Uklah t)ally Journal, Uklah, Calif. Wednesday, January 18, 1978 Nicoiays are honored 25th anniversary celebration SECRETARY HONORED — Business associates and friends honored Sandy Muzio, Avife of Bill Muzio, at a baby shower luncheon at the Lido, Jan. 13. Sandy, who has been a legal secretary in Ukiah since her college days, has been employed by Joe Allen, public defender. She has resigned her job and is awaiting the birth of her first child in February. Hostesses for the event were Janirte Clarke and Kathy Manno. PEO makes history at Bureau meeting History was made Friday by the Redwood Empire Reciprocity Bureau, PEO, at its annual "Founders' Day" luncheon and meeting at the Oakmpnt Inn in Santa Rosa. Among those who helped make a record crowd of 140 PEOs were Peggy Mitchell, Jean Sutherland, Katherihe lliompson and Joyce Thornton of Ukiah's Chapter NV. This was recorded as the largest £ittendance at a reciprocity meeting in the history of the Bureau. Shirley Jacobsen of NV was appointed to the nominating committee during a business session conducted by Mrs. Archie Anderson of Chapter TC, Sonoma. Other members, Wjho will serve >\ith her, are Josephine Nattkemper, CH SARGplans potluck on Saturday The Singles Adult Recreation Group (SARG) will hold a potluck" dinner Saturday at 6:30 p.m. in the community room of the. Financiial Savings and Loan- building, corner of Gobbi and State streets,. Ukiah. All single adults are being extended an invitation to attend and each person attending is being asked to take a donation of food for the dinner. There also will be a small donation collected at the door for other food incidentals. Guests will include members of Lake County's Lively Lakers Singles Club, who wiljl be reporting on the activities they have planned for the month of February. Information regarding the event may be obtained from Evelyn, 485-7200. SARG will be holding an organizational meeting and social night Feb. 4 at 8 p.m. at ' the Financial Savings and Loan building. Evelyn is inviting singles to attend and share their interests with the group. Barriers faced by disabled topic of slides A collection of barriers which face the blind and disabled in the community were presented the County Board of Supervisors Tuesday in a slide show prepared by the Blind and Disabled Action Center. ; . . John Duffy, assistant director of the Center, extended an apology to the blind and disabled for the inconvenience these people have had in contacting the new. Center office at 1360 S. State St., Ukiah. The new Center office has been Uhdergoing remodeling to provide better access for the disabled. The phone number at the Center is 468-9176. chairman; and Burnis Stefenoni,, AJ. Ruby Henry, Chapter PJ, and Nancy Doka, MH', were appointed to,-the auditing .^committee. Rotating committee, for establishing a six- year schedule for chapter hostesses and programs, included Rosalind Williams, Chapter TC,, and Margaret Harney HJ.. It was reported that $5,000 had been donated to the PEO Foundation by members in the Empire in honor of. the 50th anniversary of Cottey College, the PEO sponsored institution for young women. Attending the Founders Day program were Nancy Karrenbrock, president of the California State Chapter, PEO, and Mary Louise Rem.ey, organizer. Also present was Marjorie Lamoreaux, PJ Chapter, Napa, past California State president. The unique program commemorating the PEO Founder's Day, was presented by Joyce Marrow, assisted by Nancy Doka and Verna Tisher of Chapter MH,. Sebastopol. Next meeting of the Redwood Empire Reciprocity Bureau will be April 14 vyith Chapter HJ of Santa Rosa acting as the hostess chapter. New baby girl born Monday toLucchesis A new daughter arrived Jan: 16 to Mr. and Mrs. David Lucchesi of Walnut Creek, formerly of Ukiah. Born at Kaiser hospital Monday was Danica Nicole Lucchesi >vho weighed in at six pounds and eight ounces. She is tile second daughter of the Lucchesis. Waiting to welcome her new • sister is Danya Lucchesi, age 2 and a half. Notified Monday were the happy grandparents: Mr; and Mrs. Joe Lucchesi of Talmage and_Mr. and Mrs. George Mazzanti of Sparks, Nev. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Nicolay (Jeanette Smith; were honored guests recently at a surprise 25th wedding anniversary party plannied by their daughter, Sandra Greco of Idaho, Terry Krikorian and Tami Nicolay of Ukiah. I Among the family members Wedding VOWS slated for Feb. 18 Christine Cook, daughter of the Leo M. Cooks of Ukiah, and Paul H. Nettesheim, son of the Henry P. Nettesheims of Saratoga, have chosen Feb. 18 for their marriage. Christine, a graduate of Stanford University, received her JD from the University of Utah College of Law and is practicing in Washington, D.C. Paul graduated from the University of Santa Clara, where he also received his JD, and is an associate in the firm of Howrey & Simon in Washington, D.C. In addition, he is enrolled in the tnaster tax law program at Georgetown University. The wedding will take place in Our Lady Chapel of St. Dominic's Church, San Francisco. The couple will reside in Georgetovyn. Growing annuals will be topic ofWillitsClub "How to Grow Annuals<i" will be the topic of Mrs. Qarence Hulbert of Philo, when she speaks Jan. 23 to members of Will its Garden Qub, an affiliate of California Garden Clubs Inc. The meeting will be held in the home of John and Dorothy Hemphill at 1:30 p.m. Mrs, Fred Uttlefield took over an hour, Jan. 9, telling the group about new plants for 1978 and about the many catalogues and pamphlets available for the asking. Mrs. Jasper Steele was hostess for the first meeting of the new year. Chapter 5, RPEA will meet on Friday Committees and appointive offices will be announced at the Friday meeting of Chapter 5, Retired Public Employees Association. The chapter vyiU hold its first meeting of the new year at 12:30 p.m. in the community room of the.^ Financial Savings and Loan Company, corner of State and Gobbi street in Ukiah. Mrs. Ethel Friend, newly installed president of RPEA, will conduct the meeting and discuss plans for the coming year. Other , new officers in .attendance will be Ethel Humphrey, vice-presidentf and Blanche Taaning, secretary treasurer. Refreshments after the mepting will be sandwiches, salads, or desserts which will be provided by the members. Coffee and tep will be served by the association. Members are being urged to <note the new meeting place. attending the celebration were Mr. and Mrs. John Siseyich, Jan's brother-in-law and sister; and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Moshia Smith. Also present wafe Ted's sister, Charlene Stoffer. The honored couple's best man. Bill Wirt, and his wife, Carol, who attended from $anta Rosa, added the extrg, touch bf"""^llf'prise and memories of the past 25 years. Co-hostesses for the event, Mrs. Robert Dallas and Mrs. Lou Bertorelli, prepared a table containing a money tree and a photograph of the wedding 25 years ago. Laura Bertorelli presented Jan with a corsage and Robert Howland presented Ted with special beverage. After dinner, Kirk Sturges gave a toast to the happy couple. Their daughters presented them with a silver tray , engraved with fond memories and the wedding cake, plus many gifts froni friends and relatives. The money tree was foi: the honeymoon the couple never had. Ted and Jan exchanged wedding vows Nov, 8, 1952, at the Faith Lutheran Church in Ukiah. Decorations' for the anniversary party, in silver and pink, were the' work of Jan Langton. Robert Dallas acted as usher, successfully keeping the affair a complete surprise. Guests attending included Sandy Greco and Linda Taverino from.*lSvin Falls, Id^ho; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Liebscher of Witter Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hanson of Lakeport; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whitman of Potter Valley; Mr. and Mrs. Moshia Smith of Novato; Mr. and Mrs. John Siservich of Upper Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wirt of Santa Rosa. Ukiahans attending included Tami Nicolay, Kirk Sturges, Jeannett Langton, Laura Bertorelli, Rick Mummert, Dennis Hanby, Charlene Stoffer and the Messieurs, and M^sdames Lou Bertorelli, John Meadbr, Jini Lougljiry, Don Hammond, Dick Wallace, Leo Phillips, Robert Howland, Robert Dallas, Mick Bertorelli, Clay Denham, and Mickey Lewis. |ilpiiii,„.„,. 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SELECTED FABRICS Great values • in Wovens, Prints, Solids, Cot,tons, Blends, ,End of Season,Close-but?, Damaged & more! Super Values. Hurry In for the best selection. 39 YD. PRICE GUARANTEE IF, WITHIN 10 DAYS OF YOUR PURCHASE YOU FIND THE IDENTICAL FABRIC OR NOTION ELSEWHERE fiOR LESS, WELL PAY YOU THE DIFFERENCE. VENTURA 340 E. MAIN SANTA BARBARA 32 I. ViaORI* SANTA MARIA . 700 MAIN ' SAN LUIS OBISPO S76 HICUERA fcibfic# I960 So. State St. Ukiah" SEASIDE 1760 FREMONT GILROY 7S4I-MONTEREY NOVATO 91'2 DIABLO UKIAH 19M$. STATE SALINAS 344 MAIN SAN JOSE 233 COMMIRCIAI PACIFIC GROVE 14* FOREST SAN JOSE MODESTO MERCEO STOCKTON 14MS.BASC0M lOOI-GMcNEIIir 403 ir.l7tli •i744P*anc ANTIOCH 273|l W. TRECAllAS

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