Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 23, 1987 · Page 5
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 5

Ukiah, California
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Wednesday, September 23, 1987
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1987 CO UNITY THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL NUPTIALS Challand/Collins Daniel L. Harmon and Becky I. Klemm Klemm/Harmon- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klemm of Talmage have announced the engagement of their daughter, Becky I. Klemm, to Daniel L. Harmon of Ukiah. The ceremony will take place Nov. 14. Becky graduated from Ukiah High School in 1980 and is employed by Raley's of Ukiah. Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. O.F. Harmon of Lakeport, is a 1977 graduate of Clearlake High School. He works at Super Auto of Ukiah. Olsen Vineyards in Redwood Valley, overlooking Lake Mendocino, was the setting chosen by Lisa Challand and Patrick Collins for their wedding on Aug. 15. The bride was given in marriage by her father, George Challand. Pastor William Duncan of the First Baptist Church of Ukiah officiated at the double ring ceremony. The couple's rings were made of Black Hills gold. The bride's engagement ring was designed by the groom and his mother and was comprised of diamond's from his mother's and grandmother's ring and gold from his mother's ring. The bride's gown was a princess A-line ankle length dress of mauve satin and off-white Chantilly lace with re-embroidered lace overlay on the shoulder, bodice and hemline. It was accented with a v-lacc insert. She carried a combination bouquet of fresh tiger-lilies and fresh and silk roses, carnations and baby's breath. Her headpiece was a small flower wreath of silk flowers. Michele Collins, daughter of the groom, was the maid of honor. She wore a baby blue satin tea-length dress. Bridesmaids were Jennifer Challand and Heather McGee, daughters of the bride. They wore peach and light yellow satin dresses, respectively. The flower girl was Brandy Dalzell, niece of the groom. She wore petal-pink satin. The attendants accoutrements included white lace gloves, white hose and shoes, and baby's breath in their French-braided hair. They carried silk flower bouquets, color- coordinated to their gowns. Chuck Taylor, a friend of the Sherrle Weaver and Donnle Kile Weaver/Kile- Sherrie Weaver, daughter of Gene and Sylvia Weaver of Ukiah has announced her engagement to Donnie Kile. They plan to be married Nov. 21 at Park Wedding Chapel in Reno before family a - ' friends. A reception wii. be held at a later date. CHIT CHAT Jewish New Year observance planned Local residents interested in observing Rosh Hashanah, Jewish New Year, will gather at 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25, according to Esther Faber. A vegetarian potluck is planned for this Sabbath and New Year celebration, Faber said. Because the observance will be in a private home, Faber has asked those wishing to attend to phone 485-5591, or 462-6951, for additional information. "On Rosh Hashanah, the book of life is open for the next year. This means the time has come for the days of awe — a time for reflection, mending of our ways and decision to live in the highest way," Faber explained in announcing the observance. She said the days of awe are between Rosh Hashanah, when the book of life is open and Yom Kippur, when it is closed. Faber explained Rosh Hashanah is officially Sept. 23, but will be observed locally at this later date. Yom Kippur is Oct. 2. BPW collecting items for sale Members of the Ukiah Business and Professional Women's Club are cleaning out closets and cupboards, looking in old trunks, attics and basements for items to be sold at a rummage sale Oct. 3. Mida Reini Feil, chairman of this year's event, has asked anyone who has items they would like to donate for the sale to phone her at 462-2221. BPW members will conduct the sale from 9 a.m. to 3, Oct 3, in front of the Creative Workshop. There also will be a bake sale. A member of the Ukiah High School Class of 1984, Sherrie works at Mendo Lake Office Products. Donnie, son of James and Connie Kile of Cloverdale, graduated from Ukiahi in 1983 and is employed at Kckewaka Logging Company. groom, was best man. Ushers included Scott Dalzell, brother of the groom, and Tom Stone, a friend of the couple. The ring bearer was Tyson Dalzell, nephew of the groom. The groomsmen wore grey western-cut tuxedos, as did the bride's father. Interlude music was provided by Stringworks under the direction of Jeff Simpson. They also played the Wedding March and provided music during the reception. Vocalists during the ceremony were Jennifer Turner and Jerry Denham. They sang "Somewhere Out There" and "Evergreen." Accompanying them on electric piano was Sherry Justus. The reception at the winery included an elaborate buffet catered by Jeannette Stroh of Potter Valley. Music for dancing was provided by the Country Notes. The wedding cake was made by Margaret Daut of Ukiah and was served by Judi Shields and Trisha Black. Dresses were designed and made by Maria Dean of Redwood Valley. Flowers were by Erika Welcher. Favors of small satin roses were made by Lucy Soriano and given to guests by Shelbi Hall, niece of the bride. Small pastel painted baskets decorated tables and contained larger satin roses. Balloons were tied to the baskets. Out-of-town relatives of the groom who attended included Linda and Damn Zinola of Grass Valley; Freda Fleming and Harvey and Sharon Georgeson, all of Pacifica; and Ron, Mel and Andy Nash of Vallejo. Bride's traveling relatives included Emmett and Lillian Long Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Collins of Bakersfield. The bride is the daughter of office. The groom, son of Frances and George and Loretta Challand of Rod Dalzel of Ukiah and Wesley Ukiah. She works for the Mendoci- Collins of Pacifica, is employed by no County Public .Defender's Masonite .Corp.. Not everything freezes well Certain foods shouldn't be frozen, according to Evelyn Conklin, home advisor. She recommends phoning Telelip, the University of California Cooperative Extension's telephone information service. For information on "What Not to Freeze," phone 463-4477 and ask for Message 166. Republican women meet Supreme Court hopefuls will be guest speakers when Republican Women meet Friday, Sept. 25 at the Manor Inn. Luncheon is $6, with social hour starting at 12 noon. Call 463-2534 for reservations. Cardiac Support Group meeting Mendo-Lake Cardiac Support Group will meet Sept. 29,7 p.m., at the Ukiah Senior Center on Leslie St. Call 462-8030 for additional information. Llama fun day Llama raisers from Napa, Sonoma and Mendocino counties will take their animals to the Grape Festival at Cloverdale Fairgrounds Saturday, Sept. 26 at 10 a.m. There will be costume classes, showmanship and obstacle courses for participants and spectators alike to enjoy. Those interested in llamas can get educational information and meet local breeders by attending the fun day, according to spokesmen. Crawfords celebrate golden anniversary Olive and Don Crawford of Ukiah Were treated to a "trip-to- remember" by their son Don and his wife Diane. The occasion was the Crawford's golden wedding anniversary; the destination — San Francisco, the city where the couple honeymooned SO years ago. The younger Crawfords and their daughter Aimee took the parents to the Fairmont Hotel atop Nob Hill the weekend of Sept. 5 and 6. Their suite on the 14th floor gave them a spectacular view of the city. Highlights of the weekend included brunch and dinner in the Crown Room on the 23rd floor of the hotel. A visit to Pier 39 capped the two-day celebration. Don and Olive were married Sept. 4, 1937, in the home of friends Chaplin and James Williams, at the comer of Hortense and Perkins streets. According to the bridal story in the Sept. 7,1937 issue of the Redwood Journal, they were married before the fireplace at 7 o'clock Saturday evening by Rev. Elbert Holland. Afterward, 40 guests joined them for a wedding supper. The couple, who represent the third generation of both families in this area, were introduced by friends. Their first date was with their future best man, Chap Williams, in a Buick convertible. They sat in the rumble seat. Don, son of the late Curtis and Laura Crawford of Ukiah, graduated from Ukiah High School in 1935. The former Olive ' Leek, daughter of the late Ernest and Helene Leek of Hopland, graduated in a class of 13 from Hopland High School in 1937. She was a drum major in the school's band. The long, white taffeta dress she wore for her graduation was the same one she wore for her wedding. "That was planned," she commented. The veil she wore was the one that had been worn by her mother, on whose silver anniversary the Crawfords were married. Marie Pardee was the maid of honor. Both she and Williams are deceased now. They stayed one night in the Plaza Hotel in Union Square during their one week honeymoon to San Francisco. The other days were spent at the Powell Hotel. The couple operated Don Crawford Studio of Photography in Ukiah for more than 20 years and are now enjoying their retirement. Olive and Don Crawford relax In the lobby of the Fairmont Hotel during their golden wedding anniversary celebration weekend. GED classes at Adult School Classes in GED preparation and high school credit are offered at Ukiah Adult School Monday through Thursday afternoons from 1 to 4 p.m. and evenings, 6:30 to 9:30. The GED, which stands for general education development, preparation classes are entirely individualized, according to principal Charlie Myer. A student may begin the class at any time and set his own pace. Each student's strengths and weaknesses are analyzed and an individualized plan of study is developed. When he takes the GED test, he must take tests in writing, social studies, science, reading, math and write an essay all on the same day. A high school diploma also can be earned through the Adult School. The student's transcript is analyzed and a study plan developed. The student must successfully complete the competency tests in reading, writing and math in order to be awarded a diploma. This program can be entered at any time. The Adult School is located behind the Industrial Arts buildings at Ukiah High School, 1080 Low Gap Road. For more information, call 463-5217. Calendar TONIGHT SHORIN-RYU KARATE, 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. for children, 5 p.m. for adults. Potter Valley Grange Hall. 10205 Main St., Potter Valley. SHORIN RYU KARATE, children and youth class, 6 to 7 p.m.; adult advanced class, green belt and above, 7 to 8:30 p.m., dojo, 3001 S. Stale St. Call 462:744. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS, 6XX) to 7:30 p.m., Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 640 S. Orchard Ave., Ukiah, or call hotlines and ask for 462-5943. WOMEN'S (cloMd) AA meeting, 6:30 p.m., 2205 S. State St., Ukiah. ALANON, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., Wagon Wheels recreation room, 1750 S. Main St., Willits. Phone 459-4659. YOUNG MEN'S AND WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES, Ukjah Second Ward, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 7 p.m., 1337 S. Dora St., Ukiah. (Class activities). ACTIVE 20-30 CLUB, 7 p.m., Broiler Steak House, 8400 Uva Dr., Redwood Valley. SQUARE DANCING, 7-9 p.m., Senior Citizens Center, 495 Leslie St., Ukiah. AL-ANON, ADULT CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS meeting, 8 p.m., cafeteria, Ukiah Advantist Hospital, 275 Hospital Dr. THURSDAY FELLOWSHIP GROUP AA MEETING, 8:30 a.m., 12 noon, 8 p.m., 2205 S. State St. Call 463-1199. FREE INSURANCE COUNSELING FOR SENIORS, 8:30 to 11 am, Senior Center, 495 Leslie St. Get help filling Medicare claims and reviewing benefits and supplemental health insurance. BLOOD PRESSURE TESTING. 9 a.m. to noon. Ukiah Senior Center, 495 Leslie St.. Ukiah. FREE PREGNANCY TESTING AND COUNSELING, 9 a.m. to 3, Pregnancy Counseling Center, 331 N. School St. Ukiah. Phone 463-1436 (24 hour hotline}. TOPS (Take OH Pounds Semlbly) No. 1874, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., Manor Inn, 620 N. State St., Ukiah. Weigh in, 8:30 am Call 485-0187 or 485-7801 for information. TOYBRARY, 10-11:30 a.m., Child-Parent Information Center, 262 E. Smith St, Ukiah. Toys available for play and to check out by the week. Phone 463-2579. COALITION FOR HISPANIC NEEDS, 10 a.m. to 12. Department of Public Health Annex, 880 N. Bush St., Ukiah. GRACE HUDSON MUSEUM open from 10 a.m. to 4:30, 431 S. Main St, Ukiah. SHORIN-RYU KARATE, 11:30 a.m. to 1. Room 502 Mendocino College, 1000 Henstey Creek Dr. CREATIVE MOVEMENT FOR PRE-SCHOOLERS, 10:45 to 11:45 a mUWah Gymnastics, 782 Waugh Lane. ALANON MEETING, neon, 741 S. Oak St., Ukiah. UKIAH UQNB CUUB, 12:05 p.m., Elks Lodge, 1200 Hastings Rd. CAPABLE, (Citizen! Aaainst Psychiatric Abuse and Bureauoratc and Legal Eniangtements), 1 to 2:30 p.m., Skl» D*v*ctWtC«W 2$ W. Mi St, Okiah Call

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