Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 11, 1974 · Page 4
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4-Uklah Daily Journal, Ukiah, Calif. Thursday, July 11, 1974 •ENS atari MENDOCINO COUNTY W OMEN F** Wood*ltd Alice Hoover visits Cornelia Rebekahs PLAN AUGUST WEDDING — Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simpson of Phillip Courtney Erickson Aug. H. Simpson will wed in August The engagement and forthcoming wedding of Hazel Ann Simpson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Jack Simpson, 1173 N. Oak Street, to Philip Courtney Erickson of Fresno, has been announced by the bride-elect's parents. The bridegroom is the son of Lambert Erickson and the late Jacqueline Erickson of Fresno and attended schools in Fresno, including Central union high school, Fresno City College and the California State University at Fresno, where he is an accounting major. Erickson also is a member of the U.S. Army reserve. Hazel, who attended Ukiah high school and Principia in Illinois, will graduate in June from the Fresno University with a degree in recreation administration. She is a member of CPRS. Aug. 31 has been selected as the couple's wedding date. They plan to, marry at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Fresno. Their intentions were announced to individual family members following their engagement May 11. Olga Korbut shops in Seattle SEATTLE (UPI) - With the singlemindedness that carried her to victory in the 1972 Olympics, Soviet gymnast Olga Korbut blitzed a suburban department store Sunday, buying gifts for herself and friends, Olga opted out of a planned bus tour for the Russian gymnastic team, which has been performing at Expo '74 in Spokane, and, accompanied by two interpreters, she headed for the department store. Armed with a mental list of prospective purchases, the 4- foot-10 inch gymnast went first to. the shoe department where she bought her sister a present and then picked out three pairs of furry slippers. Chewing gum at a rapid rate, she examined several furry rugs without making a purchase and then bought a set of dishes for herself. Olga, who became a world celebrity through her performances at the Olympics, was recognized by numerous shop- \pers at the Bon Marche but requests for autographs were turned aside by the interpreters. ICE TRAY TREASURE One of the stickiest minor problems of modern life appears to have been solved by a new ice tray from Treasure Ware Products of London. The manufacturer says the advantage of the tray is that ice cannot stick to it and it cannot stick to the refrigerator. A user can press out one ice cube at a time or all the cubes at once with equal ease. Hazel Ann Simpson, daughter of Ukiah, will become the bride of . 31 in Fresno. MILLIE GILLESPIE The Ukiah Women's Golf Club was guest of the Willits Women's Golf Club Tuesday and Lucille Moore of Willits announced the awards. Yours truly, Millie herself, was closest to a "hole in one" and was awarded three winning balls. Lucille Moore was in first place in the first flight of low net, with a 55, and was awarded three winning balls. Two balls went to Millene Baechtel, who was in second place with a 58 low net, and to Betty Barnes, who was in third place with a 59. Lucy Petrich, with a 63 low net, was awarded one ball for fourth place. Gladys Stickney was first place winner in the second flight of low net, with a 53. She was awarded three balls. Two balls went to Virginia Harwood in second place, with 60 low net, and to Julie Tuyn in third place with a 61 low net. Stephanie Baker, who was fourth place with a 63 low net, received one ball. Third flight winner of three balls was Jean Palmer, who came in first place with a 51 low net. Marie Shimmin, in second place with a 58 low net, and Millie Gillespie, in third place with a 62, both received two balls. Margaret Weaver received a single ball as fourth place winner in the third flight with a 65 low net. In spite of all the rain we have had, Tuesday came up with better weather. We had a sunny afternoon. Fifteen members of the Ukiah Club traveled to Willits for a great day of golf and a delicious luncheon catered at Brooktrails. Ukiah women, don't forget our golf clinic tonight at 7:30 with Pro Paul Underwood. The North Bay Tournament will be here Friday. Thirty seven members have signed for the game. Sounds like a real good group will be here. See you all Friday at 8 a.m. Have a good game! Officers of Cornelia Rebekah Lodge No. 205 received instruction in their duties Monday evening from Alice Hoover, deputy president of District No. 68. Mrs. Hoover was escorted and introduced by the district deputy grand marshal, Vada Morefield. She was presented a red rose corsage and as she walked through the "Garden of Friendship" Love and Truth, checked cloth flowers, were placed in a vase she was given to carry. Inside the bottom of the vase was a monetary gift from the local lodge. The Rebekahs were reminded that camping season fdr the youth is July 6 through Aug. 24. The reminder came, from Emma Tomlinson, president of the board of trustees, California Odd Fellow and Rebekah Youth Camp, Sonoma. Lodge members also received an invitation to visit the lodges' children's home at Gilroy. Other dates listed on the Cornelia Rebekah calendar were a card party July 26 at the home of Mable Patterson,. 102 Wyat Drive corner of Wyat and Porno drives, in Oak Manor Court. A district meeting will be conducted in Ukiah Aug. 28 by Betty D. Moates, president of the Rebekah Assembly. During the evening, the ' former Ruth West was introduced as Mrs. Robert Bilton and her marriage of July 5 in Reno, Nev., was announced. Birthdays of Naomi Rodgers and Belle Hutchens, were observed. It was reported that Belle will be 85, July 11. She was given a card shower. Among those reported ill were Bertha Wilson and Louella Hull, both doing much better. It also was reported that Elta Dorman, a member of the Areata lodge, , is a patient at Ukiah Convalescent hospital, and that Mildred Harmon of Laytonville is a patient at General Hospital. Gay Neep and Frances Cohen, committee for the evening, served pink and white checked ice cream, cookies, coffee and 'tea at a buffet decorated by Gay's district drill staff carrying piece from 1947, a pink lace heart in a silver holder with a pink carnation and forget-me-nots. Pink and blue hydrangea were used at the refreshment'tables with a touch of silver. Gladioli were used to decorate the hall. Dotes to keep MARRIED THE LONGEST — Charles and Marge Hetzel, were the couple attending the Dooley family reunion Saturday that had been married the longest. Marge also was in charge of all the arrangements for the' reunion attended by 168 members of the family, relatives and friends. —Journal photos by Tonni Woodward July ll — Ukiah Valley Wheelmen, bicycle - club, meeting, 8 p.m., 161 Laws Avenue, No. 10. July 11 — Films: "Big Jasper Country," glaciers and lakes in the rocUes; "Atlantic Parks," exploring Fun'dy, Prince Edward Island and Cape Breton Highlands' national parks; "There's a Land! Have You Seen It?" White Pass and the Yukon route to gold country; and "The RCM.P Musical Ride," precision drills and grand charge of the Red Coats; 7 to 8 p.m., Mendocino County Library, 105 N. Main Street. July 12 — Ukiah Public Concert, 8 p.m., Saturday Afternoon Clubhouse. Vocal concert. 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— Pc4luck tSnner, 6:30 p.m., Greater Ukiah Senior Center, 601 N. SUte Street. Jnly 13 — Redwood. Valley Grange card party, ft p.m.,. Redwood Valley Grange Han.' Donation $1 -^pinochle, bridge and games for children; refreshments and prizes. Hopland family reunion Soroptimists hear from foster daughter Renita Cid, foster daughter of Ukiah Soroptimists, wants to be a nurse, clubmembers learned Monday noon when Mickey Pardirti, the club's vice- president read a letter from the Filipino girl. Mickey conducted Monday's business in the absence of Nancy March, president of the club, and Naidia Dunfield, past president arid director, who both were ill following their trip to the recent Soroptimist Biennial meeting at Portland, Ore. Renita wrote that she must pass a "test of qualifications," in order to realize her desire to study nursing. She told her "mothers" that she had received a letter telling her about the report Shirley Ann Munroe had made to the club regarding Shirley's trip to the Philippines and her visit with Renita, and that she learned: "Mother Shirley Ann Munroe" had shown her sister Sorop­ timists pictures she had taken to Renita. Another fetter was read to the group. This one by Marsha DePriest, corresponding secretary. It was from Caroline, Leach, the Soroptimist's vocational scholarship winner of 1973. Miss Leach described activities of her first year at Santa Rosa junior college and told Soroptimists she is working part time in a law office in Santa Rosa. She said in her letter that she believed she had chosen the right field, as she is enjoying being a legal secretary. Frances Dalzell reported that Ukiah Dolphins won the trophy for the first time in 14 years at the Soroptimist's Invitational Swim Meet held Saturday and Sunday at Ukiah's Municipal pool. Swimmers from seven cities participated, in the 72 events, she said. A large number of ribbons and medals were won by swimmers of all ages and from all the cities during the two-day event. She said visiting parents from all seven of the communities represented said that the meet was the best they had attended in a long time. Vivian Martin was,winner of a mystery prize,'Monday. Audrie Avery gave the invocation. One hundred and sixty eight descendants of the Dooley Family of Hopland, relatives and friends gathered Saturday at the Grange Hall in Ukiah for a family reunion. This is the first reunion of the "Dooley Clan", descendants of Elijah and Lucy (Modre) Dooley, who were married in McDowell Valley, just east of Hopland on July 3, 1865—109 years ago. Both Elijah and Lucy traveled cfos'sed the plains to California in covered wagons- Elijah in 1852 when a young man of 19, and Lucy as a child, accompanying her parents. Elijah settled in Hopland in 1862 after spending some years in the Santa Rosa Area and in Nevada. Later he married Lucy, who had moved to Hopland from Nevada City. They spent the remainder of their lives in Hopland's Sanel Valley. Fifteen children were born to them, 13 of whom survived to adulthood There are approximately 220 direct descendants. Representatives from the second generation through the sixth were present for the first FIVE GENERATIONS — Clara E. Allen, the last living child of Elijah and Lucy Moore Dooley, who were married in Hopland in 1865, is shown here with Melanie Johnson, daughter of Linda and Keith Johnson of Ukiah. Melanie is from the sixth generation. Her father's grandmother was Ella Dooley Johnson. Both Clara and Melanie were present for the Dooley family's first reunion, held Saturday at the Grange Hall, here. 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 lite . . .start today. MONADEX costs S3.00 lor a 20 day supply &Jid $5.00 lor twice the amount. Losetugly fat or your money will be relunqed with no questions asked by: ' Ukiah Rexall Drug — 107 S. State — Mail Orders Filled. UKIAH FRIDAY SPECIAL Corned Beef & Cabbage Filet of Sole SI 65 1 WHAT? I 5 ——VALUABLE COUPON-—-* This Coupon Good For One • FREE MANICURE j With Shampoo and Set I Tuesday and Wednesday i STUDENT WORK ONLY NEXT CLASS STARTS JULY 23rd UKIAH BEAUTY COLLEGE 810 No. State St. —462-8831 "We will curl up and dye for you." Memberships Now Open Inexpensive Year Round Vacation •220' '220 '220 '220 » INITIATION FEE ONLY $25.00 •* TOTAL ANNUAL DUES — $220.00 , (Monthly payments may be arranged) * NON-DEERWOOD RESIDENTS WELCOME • SWIM » TENNIS * VOLLEYBALL * PING PONG * HORSESHOES * SAUNA DEERWOOD SWIM-TENNIS CLUB Phone Don- Heller At 462-3801 Eves. 462-8150 family reunion. Only one of the original 15 children of Elijah and Lucy Dooley is still living. She is Clara E. Allen, who traveled to Ukiah from her home in Oakland for the reunion. The oldest member of the family, Dora Dooley, widow of Frank Dooley, son of Elijah and Lucy, also was present. This 95-year-old woman makes her home in Ukiah. Other family members traveled from many parts of California — Los Angeles in the south to Crescent City in the north J Marvin Warren Dooley, son of Mr. and Mrs, Marvin Dooley of Hopland, traveled the farthest, coming from the Los Angeles area. Bud Furniss, son of Edna Williams, also came from L.A. , Marguerite Hetzel * of Hopland, daughter of the late Edna (Dooley) Harpe, was in charge of arrangements. the reunion A buffet luncheon \yas catered for the family by Gil Mossi of Hopland, and coffee, punch, cookies and cake were provided by local members of the family. Music, during the afternoon was provided by the Jim Minoletti trio from Ukiah. RONALD F. UN2ELMAN, M.D. AND DOUGLAS P. FISK,M.D. Announce the Association of RICHARDM. HUTCHINSON, M.D. FOR THE PRACTICE OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY AT SPRING CREEK MEDICAL PLAZA Office Houn by Appointment 1144 Sonoma Ave., No. 104 Santa Ro«a, Calif. »S405 Ttltphon* SHOiS 125 NO. STATE DOWNTOWN UKIAH FREE PARKING BEHIND STORE JULY CLEARANCE 10 99 FINAL REDUCTION LAST WEEK /"ZEST WOMEN'S FL0RSHEIM 16" LIFESTRIDE AIR STEP 10" to 13" HANDBAGS 3"tol5" FLATS & CASUALS 9" CONNIE y» CHILDREN'S GIRLS and BOYS 7" to 10" MEN'S FL0RSHEIM 18"to27" R0BLEE 13" to 16" PEDWIN, DEXTER & EVANS 10" to 13" OPEN THURSDAYS 'TIL 9 P.M. welcome FIRTHER REMKTMMS ON MANY ITEMS

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