Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 18, 1974 · Page 4
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4—Ukiah Daily Journal; Ukiah Calif. Thursday, July 18, 1974 NEWS about MENDOCINO COUNTY NEWLYWEDS—Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bruce Leland (Kim Marion Saulsbury) are shown following their recent wedding at the Faith Lutheran Church. The newlyweds are making their home at 33 Royal Crest Drive, Nashua, N.H. 03060. Saulsbury-Leland vows are exchanged The Faith Lutheran Church of Ukiah was the setting for the recent marriage of Kim Marion Saulsbury to Leroy Bruce Leland. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donn Saulsbury of Ukiah. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Roger Leland of Redwood Valley. The bride wore a cream- colored, single knit, floor-length sleeveless gown with empire waist and round neck. A heart shapid'locket given her by her betrothed was worn around her neck, and her head was adorned With a wreath of yellow and white daisies, yellow rose buds, orange gladiolus and baby's breath. She carried a matching bouquet tied with yellow ribbon. Class of 59 seeking classmates The Ukiah High school Class of '59, planning to celebrate its 15th year reunion, is having trouble locating all of its members, the reunion committee reported today. Classmembers still unlocated are Tim Cuneo, Jackie De Lain, Larry Fones, Harry Harder, David Harget, Ka,thy Henricks, Jim Jackson, Maxine Jensen, Allen Johnson, Bill Kahn, Jean Kern, Jaci Klemann, Persella Larson, Larry Lister, Pat Lavoroni, Judy McKeehan, Ramona Melvin, Alex Moschetti, Pat Myers, Jim Tarver, Jean Vandervort and Mahala Woodall. Anyone 1 that knows the whereabouts of any of these grads should call 485-0269 or 4857065. The class reunion will be an inexpensive and a relaxing one, according to the planners. It will be held Aug. 24 at the Deerwood Park Swim and Tennis Club at the cost of $1 per person. There will be swimming, dancing and dining, potluck style. Mary Louise Ekenberg Chase is director of the reunion committee. Assisting her is Evelyn Longstaff, Betty Kinman Hook, Janice Zachery Lucchesi, Kathy Sullivan Crane and Joy Anderson Braun. Pomona plans picnic in Covelo Mendocino Pomona Grange will hold its annual potluck picnic at the home of Otto Kaser in Covelo, Sunday, following its monthly meeting at the Covelo Grange Hall. Members of Pomona Grange have been reminded to take a potluck dish, their own eating utensils and, if possible, lawn chairs and card tables. They will eat in the shade of Kaser's apple and walnut trees. Soft drinks will be provided. The bride's sister, Robbyn Lee Saulsbury, was' maid of honor, and wore a floor-length, backless polyester gown with yellow, orange, and red flowers on a white background. Orange ruffles actonted the collar and hemline. She wore a white storybook hat with a band to match her gown, and carried a bouquet similar to the bride's, tied with green ribbon. Two vases of yellow, orange, and "white daisy mums decorated the altar, and orange gladioli, white and yellow daisies, and orange rose buds were arranged upon the hearth and wedding book table. Yellow bows with long streamers marked the pews. Cathy Guisti sang the Wedding Song and Lord's Prayer accompanied on the organ by Mrs. Mildred Kilgore. The bride was given away by her father, and Keith Leland, brother of the groom, was best man. The Rev. Edwin C. Sohn performed the single ring ceremony. Lowell and Kent Leland, brothers of - the groom, and Jerry Heffel and Tim Easterbrook were ushers. A reception followed in the garden of the Saulsbury home. Debbie Sandretto was in charge of the guest book, and Mary Berg and Patty Brouchard assisted in the cutting of the wedding cake. As a going-away outfit, the bride chose a mint-green pants suit with sleeveless, white shell. Her corsage matched the wedding bouquet. The groom is a Ukiahi graduate, and received a BA in industrial technology from California State University, Chico. He is currently a sales engineer with Impeco Corp.^ Nashua, New Hampshire. The bride graduated from Ukiah high in 1971, and attended Call State,' Chico, where she majored in business education. She is secretary to the personnel manager at Impeco. The newlyweds toured Yellowstone National Park, Grand Tetons, Mount Rushmore, and Niagara Falls, and visited relatives in Wisconsin on their drive to New Hampshire, where they are making their home at 33 Royal Crest Drive, Nashua — 03060. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH GOSPEL CONCERT SAT. JULY 20TH Hear the Assembly of God Harmony Makers from Ukiah, Pentacostal Church of God Choir from Ukiah and Variety locallte Music. > Anderson Valley High School Auditorium BOONVILLE 7 TO 10 PM JULY 20TH OMEN F** Wood**f4 First Ukiah cleaners will close its doors The French-American Cleaners, first cleaning business to be established in Ukiah, will close its doors Aug. 2, Francis Sanchez, its owner, has announced. Sanchez is planning to retire after 40 years in the cleaning business and has requested that all those who still have garments at the Cleaners pick them up before that date. Francis, or "Frenchy" as he is best known, purchased the cleaning establishment from his parents Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Sanchez in 1934. Except for a short period during World War II when it was closed, the establishment has been continuously owned and operated by him. His parents opened Ukiah's first cleaning plant in 1918. The business was then located' at 110 Poolside scene of shower A poolside bridal shower was given last week for Cheryl Rainer, bride-elect of Michael Bell, by her chosen wedding attendants, Linda Weaver and Diane Porno, at the Weaver home, 38 Lorraine Street. Yellow and orange, colors of bride-to-be, were used for wedding bells, flowers and streamers. Fresh flowers bordered two tables where a decorated cake and gifts were arranged. Daisies and .hearts decorated the cake, which was served to the guests with champagne punch in yellow and orange goblets. Individual tables were decorated with yellow and orange flowered candle centerpieces. Colored lights surrounded the patio and lighted tiki lamps were used around the pool. Attending the shower were the bride's mother, Mrs. Rita Rainer; the mother of her fiance, Mrs. Joan Bell; grandmothers of both, Mrs. Mary McLintock and Adeline Rainer; and Mary Freeman, Mealie Ford, Cleo Walsh, Debi Nash, Charlehe Burton, Helen Guntley, Dorothy Scnwabe, Gloria, Weaver, Jeri Weagant, Delia Rupe, Dolly Phillips, Valerie Pierce, Chris Vipond, Katie Carlson, Barbara LeTourneau, Geneva Kennedy, Martha Safford, Becky Burton,- Eileen Johnson, Karen and Debbie Phillips. Gifts also were received from Irene Ford, Lucille Erickson, Wanda Walsh, Virginia Marson, Jayleen Rainer, Evelyn Spear, Helen Briley and "Sis" Anderson, who were unable to attend. Fish fry on July 28 Annual fish fry of the Lake County Historical Society will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, July 28, at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Lakeport. Members have been reminded to take their own table service and food for potluck. Members of the Society also have been reminded to make reservations for a boat trip Aug. 4. This Week's Bakery Fresh Specials! Carrot Cake 1 layer ;j 69 Wheat Germ Bread ^g* CITY BAKERY ill S. State St. 442-4127 N. School Street, which is now the site of Hansen's Stationery. Mr. Sanchez_.consu-ucted a new building at 110 S. School street in 1929. This is the present location. After 40 years, Frenchy feels his retirement is long over due and plans to enjoy some of his hobbies. Among them are fishing, hunting and golf. Frenchy and Margaret Sanchez have raised four daughters here in Ukiah. Michele, the eldest is the wife of John Scudero. Both she and Naila, second to the eldest, are graduates of the University, of California at San Jose. Michelle is employed as a' school nurse at' Comstock junior high school in Santa Rosa. Naila is a buyer at Macy's. The twins, Nanette and Lanette, have just completed their freshman year at the" University of California at Davis and are both home for the summer taking a few classes at Mendocino Community College. Both made the dean's list at U.C. Davis and will return there for (heir sophomore year in the fall. Nanette is studying child development, and Lanette, textiles. 5th degree at 7 not 7:30 . Grange members planning to take the obligation of the fifth degree as well as the sixth degree tonight, must report at the Little Lake Grange Hall in Willits at 7 rather than 7:30 p.m. The California State Grange master, Chester Deaver, and his officers will be in Willits tonight to give the sixth degree at 7:30 p.m. Those who must take the obligation of the fifth degree before receiving the sixth degree, must be there a half an hour earlier, Mary Erickson reports. INSPECTION — Masonite's pilot, Joe Gilley, inspects a job,"well done" by members of Theta Eta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, and their husbands during the chapter's recent airplane wash at the Smith Air Hangar, Ukiah Airport. Standing by, as the job is inspected, are Donna Jacky, Marilyn Smith, Gracia Slater, Jill Belden, John Carlile, Karen and Don Bua. Those in the photo and Kenneth' Slater, Larry and Judy Thornton, Chuck and June Knipping, Phil and Pat Rice, Jim Belden and Jim Smith cooled off, after a hot afternoon of work, in the pool at the home of Don and Helen Ritchey, where they a|so enjoyed a barbecue. An informal meeting is planned in the near future by Theta Eta to plan for the chapter's fair booth. Any recipe calling for siloed apples will be more delicious when you substitute apple juice for the water ingredient. Rea-De-Vee Ukieh FRIDAY SPECIAL Corn Beef and Cabbage and Fried Fish Sticks With* Tartar $145 Sauce. I Job's Daughters plan car wash Saturday Members of Ukiah Bethel No. 106, Job's Daughters, will hold a car wash Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Galli's Arco Station on the comer of S. State 1 and Gobbi Street. The charge will be Hegemans 'arrested' on 46th anniversary The 46th wedding anniversary celebration of Joseph and Agnes Hegeman, who reside on Tomki Road in Redwood Valley, will be one long remembered by the couple, who were arrested, forced to buy a marriage license and participate in a surprise wedding ceremony attended by many friends and relatives. "Special officers" Gunnor Erickson and Laura Lee Magnus arrested the Hegemans about 5:45 p.m. Saturday at the couple's home. The "officers" informed the Hegemans that they must get married, and faked an attempt to locate the city clerk. After a number of telephone calls Erma Brockway arrived at the Grange Hall where she, as city clerk, prepared a marriage license for which Hegeman was charged $2. The legal document was made out on a paper bag. While the Hegemans were detained at the Grange Hall, friends gathered at their home with their daughter "and son-in- law Edwina and Louis Leveroni, who had made arrangements for the event. When the Hegemans were returned to their home they were led to the garden gazebo where the wedding ceremony was performed by the "minister," Wayne Pittman. All the "witnesses" signed the bogus marriage license. They included Father Steven Katsaris, Gunnor, and Mary Erickson, Laura Lee Magnus, Erma Brockway, Wayne and Lorraine Pittman, Monk and Ruth Myers, Laura Cosky, Georgie Johnson, Claude and Alice Trimble, Lisa Wolford, Debbie Wolford, Bob and Millie Ellis, Russ and Eleanor Han- sohn, Frank R. and Mary Carpenter, Eva Graham, Frank and Ellen Dunne beck, Miep Prinselaar, Meg Dunnebeck, Sherry Leveroni and Scott Dunnebeck. For the hurried ceremony the bride was quickly robed in a lace tablecoth and crowned with yellow and white artificial flowers. After the "wedding service" a potluck supper was served at tables arranged under the trees. Mendo-Singles swim party A money tree for Mendo- Singles Club newlyweds will be business of the evening July 27 when the Singles hold a swimming party and potluck dinner at 8000 Highway 101 north, Redwood Valley, according to Naomi Rodgers, president of the club. She has asked those planning to attend'to call either 485-7625 or 485-8262 to coordinate food for the dinner. Add body and flavor to your homemade mint jelly. Use apple juice in place of water when preparing your mint jelly. OR use apple juice and mint flavoring. 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 life . . . start today. MONADEX costs S3.00 lor a ?0 day supply and $5.00 lor twice the amount. Lose ugly fat or your money will be refunded with no questions asked by: Ukiah Rexall Drug — 107 S. State — Mail Orders Filled. SALE OUTDOOR FURNITURE • 6 PC. FIBER GLASS SET, Umbrella, Chairs 'n Table. 14 1410 "They don't makeem like this anymore" jMKRT w I O • FOLDING PADDED LOUNGE Was JSxVT • PICNIC TABLE 60" LONG, Heavy duty with Benches • TREE HAMMOCKS, Choice of three Colors PATIO TORCHES Comitate with Fuel B.B.Q.'s • SMALL KETTLE TYPE • MEDIUM KETTLE TYPE , lavscr $28" $5400 $9 *s $|4S 17.40 27.95 36.40 15.00 • LAROB KETTLE TYPE • MEDIUM BARREL TYPE • B .B.Q. TOOLS: Kelt*. Perk. Turner, ffwms. Yeur choice ifcCT 80C • B.B.Q. APRONS. Contemporary Style £MT 3.95 • SHISH-KABOB . . _ SKEWERS B RACK 3.15 DIVING MASK'S ,. -towtd. Black, tempered BUMS Mr U.N a-OMeno, Blue, tempered alass *ffT M.n MANY. MANY MORE SUMMER ITEMS ON SALE I LIMITED QUANTITIES. '•mount tt*T« rr.-u«uw.cM.ip.-<m H »n M $1.50 per car. Debbie Hugo, honored queen of the bethel, has announced that a wash and wax combination will be used to preserve the finish of the cars. Debbi, Luayne Wright, junior princess; Cheryl Dittus, guide; Kathy Hugo, marshal; and Vicki Mathews, first messenger, traveled to Oakland June 27, 28, 29 and 30 for the Grand Bethel sessions held in the Oakland Coliseum. The girls were in session all day on Friday, June 28. A special luncheon was served at noon and at 4:30 they retired for dinner, returning to the coliseum in the evening, for additional sessions. Awards were presented during the evening and there was a fashion and talent show. Also presented were the Grand Bethel officers and representatives for 1974-75. A fun day was held June 29 with choir and drill team competitions. The girls visited Firsherman's Wharf in San Francisco, took a bay cruise and did a lot of sight seeing. Saturday night new Grand Bethel officers were installed, and Sharlene McGuire, past honored queen of Ukiah Bethel 106, retired as Grand Bethel representative to the State of Alaska. Sunday morning, June 30, Job's Daughters held a necrology service. Members of Ukiah Bethel left for home Sunday afternoon. Members of the local bethel served recently at the reunion of the Ukiah high school Class of 1964. UKIAH ROTARY CLUB Water Carnival and Family Fun Day at LAKE MENDOCINO Sunday July 21st • Sale Boat Races % Swimming Contest for all ages • Free Motor Boat Rides • Games on-shore for kids The only cost is a Spaghetti Dinner $1.50 Adult— Children under 12, $1.00 DinnerServ 11 -5 I S m AVINGS BANK OF ENDOCINO COUNTY 1903 - 1973 70 YEARS OF SERVICE TO MENDOCINO CO. So. State & Washington Ukiah School & Stand ley Ukiah Fort Bragg 8x10 only Living Co/or 99^ PORTRAIT groups — Groups 1 Special 99<* per Babies — children — adults • of each person singly 99£. person. Select from finished pictures in radiant black and white and living color. Bonus quality "Guaranteed Satisfaction." Fast delivery — courteous service. Limit — one Special per child. * Senior Citizens Invited PHOTOGRAPHER'S HOURS: 10 AM To 6 PM Thuri. and Frl. Saturday To 5:30 PM -747 SO. STATE ATGOBBJ- YOKAYO SHOPPING CENTER -UKIAH-

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