Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 12, 1974 · Page 16
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 16

Ukiah, California
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Friday, July 12, 1974
Page 16
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16—Ukiah Dally Journal, Ukiah, Calif. Friday, July 12, \974 Chamber group will meet Monday night PUBLIC CONCERTjARTISTS — Baritone George Baker, at left, and contralto Arlene White will present a joint concert of duets, arias and art songs tonight at 8, p.m. at the Saturday Afternoon Clubhouse, Church and Oak Streets. Tonight's event is another in the continuing series of Ukiah Public Concerts. Individually, the artists will perform scenes from modern opera in English and contemporary English language songs. They will team on selected songs from Mahler's "The Youth's Magic Horn." Admission is by donation. —_^ • The "Spirit of W committee win hold its eeeood meeting on Monday, July IV «t 7:80 pjn. In ttw conference room at Home Federal Savtngi and Loan at 807 So. State Street. Jack Pearson, chairman of this committee of the Greater Ukiah Chamber of Commerce, is again asking that all dubs and organisations send a representative to attend mis meeting to help with coordinating plans for the bicentennial and Ukiah's centennial during 1976! PWA lummtr picnic Thursday The Presbyterian Women's Association will bold its annual summer picnic Thursday at noon in the gardens at the home of Mrs. Carl Facciano, 789 Live Oak Avenue. The women are invited to take salad, sandwiches and deviled ing tomorrow for Deep Valley school Dessert will be provided by the hostess committee. Deep Valley Christian school will be having a groundbreaking service Sat., July 13, at • a.m; A snort dedication will be given. Following mat, School Board President Marion Ward win turn over the first shovel of drt. Deep Valley Christian school has come over a long road to arrive at mis point in its history. The school was incorporated Dec. 17, 1970, by the state of California. It was started by a group of evangelical churches in the area who were concerned about the total education of their children. They believed that God expected them to train their children, early and reguhuy in His way and Were convinced that public institutions were, by law not allowed to give children the spiritual training that God expects children to receive. Out of this conviction grew Deep Valley Christian school. It has been operating in the educational building of the Redwood Valley Community Church, but mat church is by no means the sole supporter of the school. Presently, it is supported by the following churches: Calpeila Community Church, Calvary Baptist Church, Ukiah; Clearlake Baptist Church. UpperLake; Evangelical Free Church, Uldah; Potter Valley Bible Church, Redwood Valley Community Churchy Redwood VaUey First Baptist Church, and Trinity Baptist Church, Ukiah. One member of the governing board of the school is selected from each of these churches. The school's growth since it's first year of operation 1971-72 has been phenomenal. The first year the enrollment was 38 students with two full-time teachers. Each year it has grown by at least 40 students. This past year we had 125 students and five teachers and for 1974-7$ the school anticipates a growth to about 180 students; grade K - thro 8. A tdhdergarten session both in Redwood Valley and Ukiah is also planned so Jhat students win not have to be tranported so' far. This could be the beginning of a separate elementary program in Ukiah. The goal of the school is to give every child a Christ- centered quality education. The school feels it can achieve this goal by using the best qualified dedicated Christian personal that is available, along with searching for the finest texts and materials available and men most importantly letting God work in and through teachers. The school has room for more students. It also has a need for funds for building and maintaining the operation. Last, but not least, we want more and more people who are interested in us and who wUl be praying for us, say Deep Valley spokesmen. GOME HAVE BREAKFAST ON THE LAWN, BY THE LAKE -AND- ENJOY THE REST OF THE DAY SWIMMING, FISHING, AND PICNICING ON BLUE LAKE. AT PINE ACRES RESORT 5328 Blue Lake Rd. Upper Lake, Calif. 275-2472 Reservations requested GUIDE TO DINING & ENTERTAINMENT Whatever your preference for entertainment for yourself or your family— ALL HOMEMADE JSp The Forks—Ukiah DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIAL $| 50 Including Coffee PIES Enjoy this week NOW PLAYING HMt&lift " Last Time Tuesday Continuous Shows Saturday & Sunday FromJ^;30 P.M. 2 BIG ALL-FUN FEATURES and seafood. Daily except Cocktails to' midnight. Sunday, 5-10:30 p.m. Rebozo MEXICAN FOOD >.» SPECIAL THIS WEEKEND: 0S >oL ^t IBoUo Sunday Special - Carnitas ALL KINDSOF COMBINATIONS ORDERSTOGO SPECIAL LUNCH Family Atmosphere EVERY DAY MEXICAN Beer Spanish magazines - Records & tapes 1801 S. State St. 462-8191 AND JOIN THE LIDO LUNCH BUNCH DAILY FROM 11. A.M.! For reservations, call 462-2212. • . Your hosts are Bernieand Joan Wright.- THE LIDO 228 E. Perkins, Ukiah. Two blocks off State Stfeet. We accept most major credit card!. The 13ROILER WW, BROILER STEAK HOUSE LODGE on Uvii Drive 7 Miles North of Uki.-.h follow siqns or turn on yellow siqinil PROP TONYFFRNANDFS THE NEW OWNERS OF THE HAPPINESS IS CLUB BUD & JANE JOHNSON Inyite You To t LISTEN AND DANCE TO THE LIVE MUSIC FROM 9 P.M. -2 A.M. -FEATURING 311 Lake Mendocino Dr. 462-3016 WEEKDAYS 4TO10 SUNDAYS « T0 10 Banquet Facilities to 70 MAKE YOUR RESERVATION NOW! CALL... 275-9987 Overlooking. . . BEAUTIFUL BLUE LAKE (Just IS Minutes From Ukiah) 1 PRIME RIB CONTINENTAL] The origin of this unique method of cooking Prime Rib originated in France and was learned by Al 46 years ago in San Francisco from the famous French Chef LaFabrey. THE NARROWS LODGE 12 MILES EAST ON HWY. 20, TURN RIGHT ON BLUE LAKE RD. A heavenly SUPER (natural) COMEDY! 'CHARLIE AND THE ANGEL" Starting Times Week Days 8:35 Sat. & Sun. 3:35-6:53-10:11 THE ROAD RUNNER CAFE AWARM& FRIENDLY PLACE TO MEET. PRAWNS ^CLAMS , 4 *$2.75." 7 mi. east off 101 on Hwy. 20 closed Tues. ED & ROSEMARY 485-8222 STEAK HOUSE NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Ron-Do-Voo UKIAH MONDAY SPECIAL Ham & cheese Plate Short Ribs $ 1 65 • <o^ RE-OPENING SPECIALS CLUB CALPELLA STEAK HOUSE (Under Origjnaj Management), BREAKFAST HAAA & 2 EGGS or BACON & . 2 EGGS '1.40 Inc. hath browns, toast, lelly LUNCH MERCHANT'S LUNCH M .30 on up DINNER NEW YORK $4.50 TOP SIRLOIN $4.25 SPENCER STEAK $4.95 PRIME RIB...S5.W...FRI. SAT. SUN. A MON. WE CATER TO BIRTHDAYS AND ANNIVERSARIES, WE SUPPLY THE CAKE. CALL FOR RESERVATIONS — 485-8630. COCKTAILS AVAILABLE 6175 NO. STATE SPECIALS GOOD IN THE DINING ROOM CALPELLA FOR 30 DAYS AURORA RESORT & MARINA Highway 20—Nice Calif. ^FOR THE "REST" OF YOUR LIFE Boating-Swimming-Fishing-Dancing Housekeeping Cottages 1-2 & 3 Rooms AWARD WINNING DINING ROOM $050 Full Course Dinners From w Lounge Entertainment - Organ Bar Family Rates Extra Walt Disney Cartoon "PLUTO'S HEART THROB' BURT DYm KVNOLK awaa 'SHAMUS" Starts 10:47 IPLUSFEATURE Somobodf Mid rat the bltck BIB rod the red man. Somebody* ping to pit Paramount Pictures Presents [B]<gB> InOlnr A t^ramount Picture CHARLIE-ONE-EYE" Starts 12:30 ADDED FEATURE NUMBER 3 Carol Malthau Burnett "Peten'Tfllie" All about love and marriage I • A universal Picture • Technicolor* Panavision® [PGj "PETE'N'TILLIE Starts 8:45 EL AZTECA •featuring. 50 COMBO SPECIAL $1* $ 1 Lunch and Dinner • • I to | , TACO-RICE-BEANS-SALAD ' NCrtl LADA- BEANS - RICE - SALAD many more to choose MANY DELICIOUS MEXICAN DINNERS S. State St. 442-9101 : 301» 10:30 Across Irani WARD* |7-.< \l f9prv\ 4* 1 » M. 1 {

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