Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 17, 1974 · Page 4
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4 -Uklah Dally Journal, Ukiah Calif. Wednesday, Jol^ 17, 1974 HEWS about MENDOCINO COUNTY OMEN OLD FASHIONED CHARIVARI — Mr. and Mrs. John Earnest Snow (Lucille Balls) are given a charivari by residents of Potter Valley following their wedding June 22 at St. Mary of the Angels Catholic Church. They are shown on the seat of a wagon in which they were pulled down the main street of Potter Valley. —Photo by Stella Sanderson Lucille Balls weds John E. Snow An old fashioned charivari welcomed the newlywedded Mr. and Mrs. John Ernest Snow (Lucille Balls) .as they returned to Potter Valley June 22 from St. Mary of the Angels Catholic Church. The couple were greeted by Potter Valley friends as they arrived from the church. They were loaded into a pony drawn wagon decorated with "Just Married" signs and streamers and drivendown the main street of' town. The entire wedding and reception for the Snows was in the western trend, with a barbecue at the bride 's home in Potter Valley following the nuptials. Both the bride and groom had been widowed and have grown children. Patrick Swatuan, son j in-law of the bridegroom, was his best man, and Shirley Woolen, daughter of the bride, was her matron of honor. Ruby Swatuan, daughter of the bridegroom, arid Katherine Skaggs, granddaughter of the bride, were bridesmaids. Ushers were Dean Beriand, nephew of the bride, and Gary Nix, a fiance of one of the bridegroom 's daughters. Diana Strickland and Mickle Balls, a granddaughter and grandson of the bride, were the flower girl and ring bearer. Kenneth Balls gave his mother in marriage. Also present for the wedding was Dora Snow of Earlimart, mother of the bridegroom; and his daughters, Dora Ann Snow, Johnny Ruth Samples and Tish Yarborough. Another granddaughter of the bride, Sabrina Skaggs of Potter Valley, caught the bride 's bouquet; and her garter was caught by her grandson, Jimmy Woolen. Lace with rows of blue ribbon insertion formed the brides floor length gown, cut with oval neckline and sheer white three- quarter length sleeves, caught below the elbow with a cuff of lace and blue ribbon insertion. The bride wore a cornflower blue straw hat trimmed with blue ribbon insertion at the edge of the floppy brim. She carried a bouquet of white carnations, Bristol fairy and ivy, tied with blue ribbon streamers. The bridegroom wore a blue western style suit, which complimented the bride's ensemble, and a carnation and bit of Bristol fairy in his lapel. Matron of honor and bridesmaids wore lace net trimmed with matching ribbon insertion which crossed the bodice, outlining the bustline arid forming a peaked empire waist. Mrs. Woolen wore yellow, Mrs. Swatuan, green, arid Katherine Skaggs, pink. Each had a floppy brimmed straw hat to match her gown. They carried pixie bouquets of pink, yellow and green flowers, tied with ribbon streamers of the same colors. Diana Strickland wore a blue, green and lavender ankle length print frock with puffed sleeves and jewel neckline trimmed in lace. She carried a wicker basket of pink, white yellow and green carnations and daisies. Mickle Balls carried the wedding rings on a white satin pillow. He and the other attendants,.^ the bridegroom wore modified western ensembles. Each had a carnation boutonniere. rr __ Music for the ceremony was provided by Paul Arsi. The western barbecue attended by the couples many friends and relatives was prepared by Gene Miller. Guests ate out of doors in the shade of trees around the bride's home op the Eel River Road. A four-tier cake was frosted in white and trimmed with blue tipped frosting roses. Wedding bells inside a heart shaped frame crested the top layer. Cake layers were in chocolate, white arid spice flavors. Before the couple' left on a fishing trip to Diamond Lake, Ore., the bride changed to a street length yellow and white voile print. The bride, who has two resident care homes, one in Potter Valley and one on Poulos Court in Ukiah, was a neighbor of her husband in Ukiah. He is a retired Masonite mill worker. She is regional vice president of Area 1, California Association of Resident Care Homes. Bee Gilgen installed by Native Daughters • Bee Gilgen was installed as president of Ukiah Parlor No. 263, Native Daughters of the Golden West, Monday evening when Jane Carrothers of Sebastopol Parlor No. 265 and her corps of grand officers from Santa Rosa and Sebastopol traveled to this community. The ceremonies took place at the Saturday Afternoon Clubhouse with Gladys Wing, of Santa Rosa Parlor No. 217, acting as the grand marshall. Ruth Roberts of Fort Bragg Parlor No. 210 was the grand organist, and guest soloist was Elta Urton. Her selection was "Hymn of California." „ lone Chapman from Lupoyoma Parlor No. 329, Lakeport, was installed as the deputy grand president to Ukiah. , Installed as vice-presidents of Ukiah Parlor were Phyllis Teasel, first vice-president; Marguerite Hetzel, second vice- president; and Grace Gowan, third vice-president. Other officers installed for Ukiah Parlor were Alta Dillingham, marshal; Madeleine Leyone, financial secretary; Eleanor Campbell, treasurer; Dorothy Buchanan, recording secretary; Arlene Byers, inside sentinel; and Mary Milone, outside sentinel. Trustees of the Parlor are Claire White, Hilda Mahaffey and Nora Yates. Gladys Wing of Santa Rosa, was introduced as supervising district deputy' grand president of Sonoma County and Ukiah, at the conclusion of the installation, by the installing officer. Guests of the evening were Mrs. Elbert Lane of CalpeUa, guest of Melva Withrow, a visiting member from Forest Parlor No. 86, Plymouth, Amador County. Bawny Bean attended from Santa Rosa. Regrets were received from Arinda Giannini Petty from Arinda Parlor No. 56, San Francisco, past grand president; and Henry Dohring of Ukiah, 50-year member of the Native Sons, Petaluma Parlor. Dohring sent a monetary gift to the parlor and extended greetings and best wishes for a successful year. Hawaii theme of hoedown on Saturday Annual Hawaiian Hoedown of Ukiah Promenaders will be held Saturday evening from e:30 t to midnight at Frank Zeek School, 500 Low Gap Road. Although . the entire theme will be Hawaiian, it has been announced that Hawaiian attire is optional. Bud Grass, caller for. the event, says that all dancers and spectators will be welcome. A potluck will be served at 11:30 p.m. ' INSTALLED MONDAY — New officers of Ukiah Parlor No. 265, Natiye Daughters of the Golden West, gather around the podium with their president, Bee Gilgen. They were installed Monday at the Saturday Afternoon Clubhouse. From left in the front row are Nora Yates, Dorothy Buchanan, Mary Milone, Edith Goodwin wins Pruitt painting Bee Gilgen, Phyllis Feasel, Marguerite Hetzel, and Clair White. In the back row from the left are Eleanor Campbell, Hilda Mahaffey, Madeleine Leyone, Alta Dillingham, Theresa Mirata, Grace Gowan and Arlene Byers. —Journal photo by Fae Dates to keep A surprised and happy winner Monday was Edith Goodwin, 400 Park Boulevard, who received the floral painting of pink azaleas and lilacs done by Adele Pruitt for the Valley Section, ' Mendocino County' Art Associations annual exhibit at the Redwood Empire Savings and Loan Association's office on Gobbi and S. State Street. The picture was presented Monday afternoon to the winner ' by Ira Brannon, president of the Savings and Loan Association. HAPPY WINNER — Edith Goodwin shows her pleasure over the oil painting she won as the result of a drawing which concluded the annual exhibit by the Valley Section, Mendocino County Art Association, at the Red­ wood Empire Savings and Loan Association's main office in Ukiah. Ira Brannon, left, association president, presented the painting to Mrs. Goodwin Monday afternoon. — Journal photo by Fae NOW! INFLATION-FIGHTING SALE PRICES on Singer sewing machines! YOU COULD BE PLAYING 7 THE ORGAN NOWI • ORGANS i PIANOS i • NEW—USED—TRADE INS • iviLLACE MUSIC: «175 E. CHURCH ST.—UKIAH' • Open Daily,Thurs. ft Pri. to » # • HEAR Marian play the ORGAN » v _ . THURS.PM at Fiords) # LOOK! , VALUABLE COUPON -. This Coupon Good For One FREE FACIAL With Shampoo and Se Tuesday and Wednesday """ Student Work Only NEXT CLASS STARTS JULY 23rd Ukiah Beauty College •10 N. State St. — 442-3831 "WE'LL CURL UP AND DYE FOR YOU' STYLIST STRETCH-STITCH sewing machine SAVE $ 30.95 149 Reg. $179,95 Carrying case or cabinet extra ,• Exclusive Singer* front drop-in bobbin • Self-threading take-up lever • Built-in stretch, straight, zig-zag, , blind-hem stitchps • Twin-needle stitching FASHION MATE* ZIG-ZAG sewing machine Model 252 Carrying case or cabinet extra S5 $ 99.^ .00 APPROVED MMMOEAICR 112 >S. Sctwoj St.—442-4135 We have a Credit Plan designed to fit your budget. We also have a liberal trade-in policy. UKIAH SEWING & VAC •A Trademark of THE SINGER COMPANY The winner was excited over the painting and the fact that it was the first thing she had ever won. Also, lilacs are her favorite flower, she said. Most of the paintings that had been on exhibit had been removed by the time the prize winner arrived. They had been on display in the lobby of the Savings and Loan since July 17. The exhibit ended Friday with the drawing of the name of the winner. Visitors at the Savings and Loan during the month long exhibit had placed their names in the drawing box, and Mrs. Goodwin was the lucky winner. Traditionally the Savings and Loan Association presents the annual show featuring the , works of Valley Section artists. Art arrangements this year were coordinated by Doris Harding. Among the well- known artists exhibiting were Linda Higbee and Barbara Pilegaard. ELECTRONIC FRIGE-FREEZER A new three-door side-by-side refrigerator-freezer has complete electronic message center built right into the door. The new "conversation piece" is a built-in pushbutton AM-FM radio, tape recorder and player in a special door which can be installed on any of the maker's three-door refrigerators. Battery operated, the entire unit can be removed for use elsewhere without affecting the regular function of the freezer door. The unit can also be plugged into a regular 115-volt household circuit when not in the door. July 18 — Low cost meals for senior citizens, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Greater Ukiah Senior Center, 601 N. State Street; cards 7:30 p.m. , July 18 — Mendocino County Kennel Club, 8 p.m., Borges home, 417 McPeak Street. Call 462-4421. July 18 — Films: "Maligne", glacial lake in Alberta's Jasper National Park; "Western Newfoundland;" "Paddle and Portage," demonstrating the art of canoeing; and "Canada at 8:30 PM," the performingarts; 7 to 8 p.m., Mendocino County Library, 105 N. Mam Street. July 19 — Low cost meals for senior citizens, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Greater Ukiah Senior Citizens Center, 601 , N. .State Street. July 19 — CYO basketball league benefit chicken barbecue, 7:30 p.m., Pomo Inn. Tickets at Medico Drug, or call 482-8381. ^15 per couple. July 19 — Ukiah Grange, Grange hall, S. State Street, potluck dinner, 6:30 p.m.; meeting, 8 p.m. July 20 — Ukiah Promenaders' Hawaiian Hoedown, 8:30 p.m. to midnight, Frank Zeek School, 500 Low Gap Road. July 20 — Emblem Club luau, Home Economics Building, Ukiah Fairgrounds: social hour, 6:30 p.m.; dinner, 8 p.m.; Dancing at 9. Tickets $6 per person. 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. July 23 — Ukiah Promenaders workshop, 8 to 10 p.m., Frank Zeek School. All dancers welcome. July 24 — 50 & Over Club hotdog picnic, 12 noon, Redwood Valley Grange Hall. July 25 — Films: "Here is Canada," scenic contrasts and many facets of the land and people; "Sounds of Silence," skiing, Gibson's Pass, B.C.; "Valley of the Swans," Kootenay Valley wetlands; "Yukon: Get-A way Country," trailer camping on the Alaskan Highway, 7 to 8 p.m., Mendocino County Library, 105 N. Main Street. • July 2* ^ iftctaMittt 'tc* «**•; and crafts entries, 12th District Redwood Empire Fair. 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