Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 22, 1978 · Page 7
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 7

Ukiah, California
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Sunday, January 22, 1978
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Sunday, ;January'22, 197B Ukiah Daily Journal, Ukiah, Calif.—5 Brighter days ahead By FAE WOODWARD A cartoonist, famous lor his Indian and cowboy cartoons, once did a sketch of two Indians clinging tq a floating log. Underneath was written: "You Jandyour rain dance!" It would appear that all our. prayers for rain came through at one time! I think we were all a bit afraid to complMn labout the downpour after so diligently besieging the supreme powers for precipitation. But, it had come to the point that I began to wonder if I should check with the podiatrist to see if ^any Mendocino County residents' had begun to show signs of webbed feet. My attic rain barrels got so full that there was danger of annihilation by flood, and bailing became the order of the day. When the rains first started, I noted people running around detergent. Mud baths are supposed tb The Rotarian honored on its anniversary WILLITS GIRL — Margie Waytkb, wife of the radio and television personality who bills himself as Dick Waco, was honored recently on the Tony ,Bennett show, when he dedicated "I Left My Heart in San Francisco," to the Waytko's. Margie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dukes of 183 E.,Mendocino St., Willits, is a graduate of Willits High School. She worked for the Bank of America in Berkeley when she met her husband in San-Francisco. The couple were married in St. Anthony's Church in Willits and now make their home in Canton, Ohio. Margie told the popular vocalist that she "found" her heart in San Francisco, the result was the dedication. Waco was master of the ceremonies for the show. The Rotary Qubs of Ukiah will honor The Rotarian magazine on its 67th anniversary this week with special programs. Ukiah Rotary will meet at 12 in the Lido Tuesday and South Ukiah Rotary Club will meet "Hiursday at 12 in the House of Garner. , Those gathering at the Lido will hear Bruce Levene tell of his. experiences in producing his two voluhies of Mendocino County oral history, entitled "Mendocino County Remembered." Excerpts from some of the oral interviews will be played on tape, tying the program into an article^ in the December issue of The Rotarian urging Rotarians and others to share their memories of earlier days with their children and grandchildren. The Rotarian — and its Spanish-language edition, Revista Rotaria — is perhaps the most international of all magazines, reaching — and subscribers in 156 countries on six continents, Norman Hallam, county librarian, reports. "Service Above Self" is Rotary's synonym for "betterment" — betterment of business and professional ethics, of community life, of international understanding and good will, and of the individual in his relationship to society. The contents, of Rotary's official magazine reflect these aims, Hallam says. Internationally-known authors such as Arthur C. Clarke, Edwin Reischauer, Ludwig Erhard, Kurt Waldheim, Konsuke Mat- in their shirt sleeves as if they. ^ ^ complexion! reallybeheved the moisture m ^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^ the air was that Cauforraa liquid sunshine they had heard so much about. However, by the end of December, more S/iid more raincoats, umbrella's, boots and galoshes appeared on Mendocino County streets, showi,ng that we had finally conceded that this was the real thing. With rains, there always is mud; and there is no mud quite like that from the pig pen —for clinging and for fragrance. Grubbies, overalls and other items exposed to this goo were almost washed to rags before the stubborn stuff would finally release itself from their fibres, and go wherever soil goes as its carried away by the washing ever know for sure. No one could stand to get close enough to a person bathing in that mire to obsepe the complexion, and I can't really say it has done anything for the residents of the pig pen, either. It's amazing how cute the little beasties are when babies and how ugly they become as they mature. Recently, we have had a few squeakers occupying one corner of the bathroom, as they gained enough strength —sometimes successfully and sometimes not so successfully —to be returned to their mothers. It not only rained cats and dogs, but a few pigs and lambs as well. Two masters installed in Grange ceremonies George Gowan and William Newman were installed masters of Anderson Valley Grange 669 and Cojpptche Grange 671, respectively, in joint ceremonies held this nionth at the Anderson Valley involving — nearly 5QO,000 Dates to keep Jan.22 —Holy Land films, 4 Superintendent of Schools Voters public salad luncheon, office, 589 Low Gap Road, Ukiah. Jan. 22 — "Music in Ro^^d Valley" concert, 3 p.m., Round Valley Inn, Covelo. Violin. Jan. 23 — Willits Garden Cluh, 1:30 p.m., home of John and Dorothy Hemphill, 107 Mill Creek Rd., Willits. Jan. 23 -r Toybrary, 10 to 11:30 a.m., Mendocino County, Library, corner of Perkins and Main streets, Ukiah. Jan. 24 — Xi Beta Tau, exemplar chapter Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, exemplar and p,m.. Financial Savings and Loan building, comer of Gobbi and State streets, Ukiah. Jan. 22 — Tribal workshop cm management, 2:30 p.m.. Prizes awarded booths at 4-H family night Prizes were awarded for booths displayed last Sunday at the Redwood Valley- Calpella 4 -H Qub's family night program at the Redwood Valley Grange Hall. First prizes went to the rabbit booth, beef booth, "Pillow Talk," home environment booth and swine booth. Second place ribbons were awarded "Know Your Horses," cooking group, advance sewing group, camping, macrame and crafts, advance knitting, leathercraft, wool grade and sheep. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Near were judges. Slides of last year's Redwood Empire Fair were shown by Carol Kissler, club {Bresident; and a skit ,was given by Delenia and Linda Love, Stephanie Saegert, Tammy Oman and Jennifer ^arkes. Valentine's Day will be the next meeting day of the club. Sr. Center menu MONDAY Chicken loaf & gravy Mixed vegetables Green salad Fruit TUESDAY Hamburger paradise Buttered beets Cottage cheese salad Pudding Orange juice WEDNESDAY Fish filets Buttered broccoli Potato isalad Stewed prunes THURSDAY BBQ chicken ' Sweet potatoes Cole slaw Pieach cobbler Hot rolls FRIDAY Swiss steak Mashed potatoes & gravy Buttered peas Carrot,& pineapple salad Ice cream cup Menus subject to change. 12 noon, Methodist Church, 270 N. Pine St., Ukiah. Reservations, $3, 462-4808 or 4680691. Jan. 25 — "Planning for Local Study," League of Women Voters, 7:45 p.m., 932 Helen Ave., Ukiah. For information-, 462-4808 or 4680691. Jan. 26 — "Planning for Local Study," League of Women Voters, 9:45 a.m.. Home Federal Savings and Loan building, 607 S. State St., Ukiah. For Information: 462- welcome degree, 8 p.m., home 4808 or 468-4691. of Bonnie Johnson, 161 North Court Rd., Ukiah. Jan. 24 — Christian Women's Club, 12:15 p.m.. House of Garner, 1090 S. State St., Ukiah. Jan. 26 — Stake Scout Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Ukiah Ward chapel, 1337 S. Dora Street. Jan. 25 — League of Women Jan. 26 — Kosmos Garden Qub, 1:30 p.m., Saturday Afterncfon Clubhouse, comer of Church iand Oak streets, Ukiah. Program: "Geothermal Development." Jan. 27 — Redwood Valley TOPS (take off pounds sensibly), 9 a.m.. Redwood Valley Grange Hall, 8650 East Road, Redwood Valley. sushita, Galo Plaza, and Grange Hall in Philo. Guillemo de Zendegui each other officers installed were month challenge readers to Ray Morgan, overseer; JoAnn think, evaluate, and act on the Wyant, lecturer; Peter vital issues of the day, ac- Brjidford and JUdy McDonald, cording to Hallam. stewards; Frank Ely, The Rotarian is published assistant steward; and Berna monthly as the official walker, lady assistant magazine of Rotary In- steward; Fern Ely, ternational, a world fellowship gatekeeper; Minnie Morgan of more than 800,000 service- and Miriam Newman, minded business and chaplains; Al Lytle and Mrs. professional men. ' Sid McDonald, treasurers; Ten reasons for taking P.F. course By THAIS CROWELL If you join the physical fitness class offered by the Senior Citizen Center-and the Adult School every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at the Teen Center, 495 Leslie Street, from 10:45-11:45 a.m. you will receive the following ten gifts and feel younger, too. It is a free program and fun. 1. The strength and endurance achieved through regular exercise enables one to perform daily tasks with ease. 2. Skill and agility developed increases economy of movement. 3. Poise and grace are natural by-products. 4. Various organs and systems of the body are stimulated. 5. Posture can be improved by increasing flexibility and muscle tone. 6. Physically active people are less apt to have heart attacks or have less severe ones. 7. Controlling weight is often a matter of balancing caloric consumption with exercise exertion. 8. Exercise can aid in preventing degenerative diseases. 9. Exercise can help us cope with stress. Frances Lytle and Edith Kaser, secretaries; Mildred, Gowan, Ceres; Dolly Dightman, Pomona; Martha Bradford, Flora; and Mamie Mendoza, musician Executive committeemen installed were Gene Walker, Bill Digbtman and Lena Meshishnek. Mendocino County deputy, Arthur F. Burke, was the installing officer and Mrs Burke served as his marshal. Erwin Koch was installing master. Also assisting were Virginia Shields and Evelyn Koch, emblem bearet-s; Ruth Uischner, chaplain and 1978 I^omona CWA chairman; and Alice Trimble, musician. Newly installed master,. George Gowan, appointed Dolly Dightman membership chairnian and youth chairman. Berna Walker was appoihted CWA chairman. Visitors included OttO Kaser, master of Mendocino County Pomona Grange 10; Chester Bennett, overseer of the Pomona Grange; and Mrs. Bennett. Refreshments were served after the installation 10. Maintaining fitness offers ceremony, a degree of independence. Anderson Valley will host JoAnn Turnwall and Cathy the next regular meeting and Panttaja are instructing this luncheon of the Pomona health giving class. Grange CWA on Feb. 21. ANTIQUE SHOW — Margaret Crawford, one of the planners of the third annual Redwood. Empire Collector and Antique ?how and Sale to be held here Feb. 11, displays an art nouveau period clock, which will be among the many antiques on exhibit and sale. The show will be held at Ukiah Grange Hall, 740 S. State St, Hours will be 9 a.m. to 5. — Journal photo by Fae EMPIRE OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT CO UKIAII JUNIOR HKH SCHOOL BAND |^ r i Saturday JANUARY 28 At The POMOLITA GYMNASIUIft All Proceeds Will Be Used By The Band For Transportation Costs To Their Anjiual Spring A0iyities. Tickets Available At The Door! INVENTORY REDUCTION! LOW/lOW PRICES WHILE THEY LAST COPIERS TYPEWRITERS AT BIG SAVINGS OLYMPIA FACIT SCM PORTABLEI OR STANDARD OLIVETTI ,ADLER lELECTRIC OR MANUAL 25 DIFFERENT MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM SAVE ON CALCULATORS TOSHIBA ADLER SHARP OLIVETTI FLOOR SAMPLES - DEMONSTRATORS SOME ONE-OF-A-KIND ALL NEW ALL FULLY GUARANTEED SAVE UP TO $500.00 COME EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION OLIVETTI ELECTRIC REG. $116.50 ADDING MACHINES $99^0 SALE PLUSI SPECIALLY REDUCED PRICES ON SINGLE ITEM$ PRICED TO MOVE W« sonrice what w0 soil EMPIRE OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQIIIPMENf CO. NO PARKING METERS TO WORRY ABOUT 462-M44 217 North School St, ilkiah

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