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Friday, November 24, 1939
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PliSPATCH I«MOCBAT> UK!AH, CALIFORNIA FRIDAY, NOVl R 24. 193& WOMEN'S SOCIAL AND CLUB NEWS SOCIETY EDITOR 'Thaokagiving this Beaaon will be oiaaerved principally by family group*, augmented by intimate fti«nds, who will gather in local ho meg to observe the holiday together. A number of families ex- pe9t relatives from the bay region to oomplete the traditional family olrale. Mr, and Mrs. Walter Sandelln Wiil antertain Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Oood of San Rafael, Mr. and Mrs. Chartas Fowler and grandson Jack, of Capay, Yolo county, Irene and I'erry Sandelln of San Francisco, Bob Sandelln of Ukiah, Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Schamber and daughters, Ruth Marie and Lois Jean Sturtevant Family Judge and Mrs. George Sturtevant will be hosts to Mr. and Mrs. John W. Taylor and son, and to Mr and Mrs. Arthur Stipp. Gathered at the Lawrence Mustard festive board will be Mr. and Mrs. Tom Burger and children, Don and Shlrley,-ot San Francisco, Mr. and Mrs. William Mustai-d of the bay city, Mr. and Mrs. Rjfy Mustard and son Bill, Mrs. Clara Mustard, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jameson, Vfalter Eversolo, Betty Jane Mustafa. The tiomo of Mr. and Mrs. John Poma in Redwood Valley will be 'the scene of a family celebration. Members of that family who will participate include Mr. and Mrs. F. Brlcarclll and daughters, Yolanda and Giovanna, Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Poma, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Pomp, and daughter Joyce, MIsa Jane Poma of San Francisco, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd BIttenbender will, extend their hospitality to Mr. and Mrs. Duane BIttenbender and Mrs. Elizabeth Bittcnbcndor of Wllllts, Billy BIttenbender of Oak- laud,, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Creen of Ukiah. ,Mercer-FInnc Group Relatives comprising the Mercer and Finne families will enjoy a holiday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mercer on Walnut avenue. The table will be centered with toyon berries and yellow chrysanthemums. The guests will Include Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mercer, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mer- cei', Jr., Mr, and Mrs. C. McCord of Potter Valley, Mr. and Mrs. John FInne, and the hosts. Leland Martin, student at San Francisco junior college, will join his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Martin and Lovell. for an informal dinner here. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hayes will spend Thur-sday with Mr."!. Lucille Bingham and Mrs. Elise Cambot In VaDcjo. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buchholz, S-"., of Redwood Valley, will be dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Buchholz in Ukiah. From Capital Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butts will entertain Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Krcatz of Sacramento. Mrs. Kreatz la daughter of the hoata. Guests invited to the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. B>. Jacobs for a mid-afternoon turkey dinner include Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mull-, H. B. MuU', Mr. and Mrs. Myron De Camp, all of Willits, Phyllis Jacoba of Santa Rosa, Donna and Jack Jacobs. Mrs. A. N. Rawles of Boonville will be a guest of her son and family. Captain and Mrs. A. N. Rawles and daughter Wilma. A family dinner will be presided over by Mr. and Mrs. Lee B. Wil- iion of Redwood Valley, when Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Forbes, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Mitchell, Mrs. A. Zeiler and Bradford Wilson celebrate. At Balinu Home The home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ballon will be the gathering place for 17 relatives. Mrs, Ballon has planned a striking centerpiece of grape leaves and fruits, with two green tapers placed in shiny, red apples. Those who will be present include the following; Mrs. Mayme Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Blackson and sons, Mcrvln and Bob, Mr. and Mrs. Val Peterson of Wllllts, Mr. and Mrs. Clare Lynch and son, Clarence Emmett, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams, Dar- rcl Lynch, Mrs. Edith B. Shuffleton of Fairfax, sister of Mr. Ballon, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ballou and daughter Barbara. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bettman, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Relnhertz and children, Paul and Cassle, all of San Francisco, will be dinner guests of Mrs. Nnnneltc Hofman and son, Charles, The visitors arc expected to arrive Wednesday evening and remain hero over the week end. The Misses June and Earia Gardner, students at Pacific Union College, will spend the holiday with their parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Gardner. Coast Dinner Among the holiday dinners served in coast homes will be that at which Mr. and Mrs. Dana Gray of Fort Bragg will entertain their family. Dr. and Mrs, J. E. Powers of San Jose will join Dr. and Mrs. L, K. Van Allen in Ukiah and the two couples will motor to Fort Bragg for the Thanksgiving celebration. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Mankins will have as their guests Lorraine Mankins of Berkeley, Mrs. M. J. Johnson of Upper Lake, mother of Mrs. Mankins, Grover Ncep, Carl Dau- benenk, Elbeita Mankins. Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Higgina will go to Oakland to spend the holiday with Mr. Higgins' sister, Mrs, William F. Crocker. Birthday Party Given in Unique Manner "Dress up in your mother's evening, gowns and come help Patrica calebrate her tenth birthday," waa the invitation of Mrs. Ina Evcrsole to a group of her daughter's playmates Friday evening. Amusing hours were spent in each household when the dauKhtcrs of the families bedecked themselves In "mama's party dresses." Mrs. Evcrsole served refreshments to the girls who were photographed In their Hnory by Pierce Lyon. Prizes In games were ^iven to Joy Brown and June Walkins. Cleverly fashioned miniature dolls were dressed in pink and blue crepe paper and the table favors were also In that color complnatlon. Those present were Joy Brown, Mary Nevin, Betty Browcr. Carol May Mitchell, June Watkins, Catherine Larson, Dixie Wise, Lou Ann Mapes, Ruth Ford, Lois Logsdon, Ada Rlehey, Janet Gllmoro, Janet Davis, Betty Jean Guthrie, Patrica Eversole and her hostess- mother. Connie Hurlock Plans Xmas Visit Home F,arewell Dinner : Honors Mary Dean Lindsley ' Miss Lila R.omor was hostess Friday evening at a farewell dinner in compliment to Mai-y Dean V Lindsley, who lef» Saturday with her mother. Mrs. W. B. Cannon, to join Mr. Cannon in Turlock. Pink and white blossoms were combined with lighted tapers in matching colors on the table. Following dinner, the guests played Chincae checkers. Close friends of Mary Dean present Included Mary Dale Folsom, Cryatal Gowan, Jean Sweet, Betty German, Roberta Ford, Mae Evelyn and Lila Romer. Miss Connie Hurlock, student nurse at St. Luke's Hospital, San Francisco, will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hurlock of Ukiah, for five of the holidays in the Christmas week. Miss Hurlock enjoyed a visit from her mother on Monday. Mrs. Hurlock was a guest of her mothcr-in-iaw, Mrs. Agnes Hurlock of San Jose, on Wednesday, and returned to her home in this city on Thursday evening. Cecil Fewels Entertain For- Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fewel entertained at bridge Saturday night, when they invited several local friends to meet their week end house guests. The out of town guests were Miss Candaco Aslakson of Scbastopol, Miss Margaret Moose and Donald Gregg, the latter two from Healdsburg. Miss Mary Morgan, Edwin Castagna and Philip Windrem of Ukiah were pveaont. Dean Wilsons Honored at Charivari Mr, and Mrs. Dean Wilson were honored at a ctiai-lvarl given by the Crusaders class of the Christian church Monday evening in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Grin Mork, The couple were married on Sunday in Reno and are at home to their friends in the Ray apartments on Norton street. The bride is the former Eva Bynum. Those present to preset gifts and extend best wishes were Mr .and Mrs. John Cyphers and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. William Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wyse and daughter. Mrs. Robert DANCE LESSONS Seventy young people of Ukiah .. attended the dance instruction by | p^^^^ LTte 'EynumTMr. Zli Oftiah P. T. A. Friday night, with ^j^^^ ^ ^^^^ Mrs. Helen Averell Instructor and Baylene Pearl pianist for that oc- caslon. The regular class will be | « Mr. and Mrs. Harold McPar- eHmlnated next Friday because of i land and children of Napa spent the .scheduled dancing party of the t Saturday with relatives in Ukinh p. T. A, i-'i'i'l 111 Rwlwood Valley. Ukiah&niWill T^v^I on Holiday A number of local people wtU observe the holiday with their families wbb live in various parts of the state. Among them are Mr. and Mrs. Carey Hargreaves and son who will be guest of Mrs. Hargreaves' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Caulkliis, of Stockton. Mrs. Oeorge Wlldberger and children. Donna, George and Dirk, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wlldberger and son, Joseph Andre, and Mrs. Wlldberg- er's niece, Marjorle Mitchell and her fiance, Charles Rucker, will be a family group at the George Wlld­ berger, Sr., home In Napa. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sousa and daughter, Arlene, will spend the day with Mr. Sousa's relatives in Hayward. Mrs. Sousa's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Poma, are planning to spend the day with Mrs. Poma's sister in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Karns and Lucinda have selected Sacramento as their holiday destination; they will .share the hospitality of Mr. Kam's parents. Ranch Dinner The delightful fpll weather will attract members of the Redwlne family to the Guy Redwlne ranch at LaytonvlUe. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Redwlne, Miss Esther Redwlne and Miss OUve Higgins of Ukiah will be joined there by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Redwlne of Covelo. Mrs. Rose Copsey, Mrs. Chloreae Ryan and daughters, Marciel and Georgette , will be Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Copsey's sister, Mrs. Merle Tallman, In Upper Lake. A customary holiday reunion will be held at the home of Mr and Mrs John Greeott In Santa Rosa. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Weber and Patricia Kay, and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Greeott and Bette will be their guests. Mrs. Weber and Mr. Greeott are daughter and son of the hosts. OTBY WED 57 YEAlfcS AGO Installation Ritual Plans Announced By Eastern Star Mrs. Katherlne Martin, Worthy Matron Klngaley Chapter No. 58, Order of Eaatcrn Star, and W. H. Brunner, Worthy Patron of that lodge, will act aa Inatalllng QfTlc- cra for the invitational public Installation ceremonies of Klngsley Chapter on December 4. Final plana i for that affair were made Monday evening at the Star's regular meeting in the Masonic Temple. Hale McCowen waa chairman of the Monday meeting, and E. A. Ev- craole waa in charge of the program. Aaalating them were George Vevoda, W. A. Thornton, Oacaf Broaddus, Dr. J. H. Hansen. Vocal solos were given by Joe Cappi, Robert Brown, and Vincent Sangervaai, Albertlnum atudenta. They were accompanied individually by Mra. Cryatal Harp, pianist. The program waa concluded by the singing of "God Bleaa America" by Cappi, followed by community singing of that song. A supper was served in the ban- C {uet room by the men's committee. Mrs. Leila Vevoda was responsible for the attractive arrangement of foliage, berries and chrysanthemums. Christmas Projects Begun by Saturday Afternoon Club Christmas projects were among the topics debated at the Saturday Afternoon Club's last meeting. Mrs. P. B. Westerman and Mrs. Mark Elgin were appointed by the president, Mrs. R. R. Ingels, to collect magazines, cards, cookies, candy and Jellies, as the club's Christmas gifts to veterans. Mrs. J. H. Hansen will be the club envoy in sharing the responsibility of the Lions Club In collecting toys for the holidays; Mrs. C. A. Bernhard was program chairman. She introduced Dr. R. A. Van der Las, who gave a colorful Thanksgiving Entertainment was given In the following manner: Vocal solos by Nancy Harp, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Wm. Harp; "Thank- giving in California," a reading by Mrs. OUve E BuBch; piano solos by Patricia Glelow; reading of "Landing of the Pilgrims" by Mrs. C. A. Bernhard; vocal solos by Miss Ernestine Prather, accompanied by Mrs. K. Paddocic; current events talk by Mrs. OUve E. Busch. Mrs. P. B. Westerman led the flag salute, and Mrs. Austin N. Rawles read the club collect. Tea hostesses were Mesdames Ijon Gibson, E. L. Williams, Henry C. Spurr, Rlaph Hogan, Andrew Wilson Attractive decorations were arranged to create the Thanksgiving atmosphere in the club rooms. Hopland Women Are Envoys of 27th District P. T. A. The Twenty-seventh District C. C. P. T. was represented by three district officers at the November 16 meeting of the Fourteenth District at Oeyserville. They were Mrs. D. G. MacmlUan of Hopland, Junior past president; Mrs. B. M. Travers of Hopland, • first vice president; Mrs. P. Harmon of Hopland, press book assistant. Mrs. Edward Jackson, Fourteenth District president. Introduced four outstanding speakers to the 100 women present. Mrs. Guy O'Melveny, Mrs. George Hearst and Mrs. H. Ward Campbell conducted a departmental symposium. This wa& followed by an address on"Economic Efficiency" by the Hon. Herbert W. Slater, state senator. Luncheon and the business session were held In the GeyservlUe Baptist church. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thurston of Santa Cruz celebrated the 57th anniversary of th^lr wedding Sunday all the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Foster of Tslmage. Family mem- liers gutherr.1 for the eventful occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Thurston are guests In the Foster home imtll after Thanksgiving. —Democrat Engraving WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mrs. Wilma Gielow Complimented by Mrs. Ruth Closs Webers Will Attftod Big Game Nig-htf Dinner-Dance Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Weber will be guests at a reunion of close friends Big Came night, when the group gathers for a dinner-dance at the Women's Athletic Club In .Oakland. It Is a custom among^ thip .members in the group to meet* once a year for a dinner-dance reunion. On this occasion Mr. and Mrs. Vinton Deter of Oakland will be hosts. The Deters are former residents of Santa Rosa, In which city the Webers were established before coming to Ukiah. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Martin of Santa Rosa were weekend guests In the Weber home, where they frequently visit. Mrs. Wilma Gielow was given a pleasant surprise Tuesday evening when Mrs. Ruth Closs entertained at a birthday party in honor of Mrs. Gielow. Friends of Mrs. Gielow presented her with an attractive gift in memory of the occasion. Mrs. Cloas re- celeved the guests in her new home at 1139 West Perkins street. The evening was spent In playing bridge. The hostess served refreshments from a table decorated in the autumnal colors. Those present were Mesdames Esther Lowe. Elsie Bradley, Mabel Sacchi. Ethel Dunham, Myrtle Wlld­ berger, Myrtle Rawles. Genevieve Setter, Lola Dumas, the hostess and the guest of honor. TURKKY SHOOT Francis Sanchez, Art Poma, "Fo«gy" Olto.sen, Johnny De Bernardi, John Blackson, and Al Hincs, proprietor of Hines' Rancho south of Ukiah, won turkeys for their ThanksRiving tables in a competitive turkey shoot on the Hines Kroundg Sunday afternoon. THE PAYING WAY 18 THE CLASSIFIED WAY I Carol Nevin Will Be Chi'istmas Month Bride Miss Carol Nevin, former popular Ukiah girl, has joined the ranks of the holiday season brides-elect. Miss Nevin, who now resides in Santa Rosa, will become the bride of John E. Moore of that city on Sunday, December 3. Following their marriage the couple will establish a ho.-ne in Santa Rosa, where Mr. Moore Is employed at Klines' Beacon restaurant. Miss Nevin is a graduate of the Ukiah Union high school and has many fi-iends in this city who extend best wishes to her and her fiance. 57 Years of Life Together Observed in Foster Home ! Fifty-seven years of life together—a record attained by few couples the world over—was celebrated Sunday at a family dinner in the R. O. Foster home at Talmage, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thurston of Santa Cruz. The family gathered for Saturday and Sunday in the home and the guests of honor, Mr. and Mrs. Thurston, and one son, Forrest D. Thurston, will remain until after Thanksgiving. Mrs. Foster prepared the table and planned the dinner in celebration of the wedding anniversary of her mother and father. Family members gathered for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Thurston, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Foster, Miss Bernhardt Thurston of San Francisco, Forrest D. Thurston, Burllngame, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gearhart and daughter Donnabell, of Fresno. There are two granddaughters and two grandsons as well as two great- grandsons. Sons of the R. O. Fosters were unable to be home for the event. Clyde T. Foster is at Walker Mine and Raymond T. Foster in Hongkong. The golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Thurston was celebrated in the R. O. Foster home seven years ago and Mrs. Foster also had the honor of having Mr. Foster's parents cplc- brate their golden wedding in ht?r home. Both Mr. and Mrs. Thurston are well and enjoy life. They were married in Kcrnville, Kern county, and have lived all their lives in California. Following 30 years of active life in Kcrnville, Mr. Thurston ictlred and the family home was catabllshod at Santa Cruz. Thurston was a rancher and stockman in Kern county. Friends of the Thurstons and of the family members wherever they may be must share in the congratulations on the happy attainment of an anniversary so seldom reached. Wayne Crawford And Bride Home From Honeymoon Deputy Sheriff Wayne Crawford and his bride, the former Fanny Kelley, are at home to their frien& in the Albertson home at School and Clay streets. The couple returned to Ukiah on Monday evening from their wedding trip. Among the Interesting places visited were Salt Lake City, Grand Canyon, and Boulder Dam. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford were united in marriage on Tuesday, November 14. in Carson City. Nevada. Dance Sponsored in Masonic Temple December 2 A committee of members of the Eastern Star and Blue Lodge is sponsoring a dance to be given Saturday night. December 2, in the Masonic Temple. The Callfornians will play for the dancers. All Masons, Eastern Star members and their friends are wel- conuj to attend. Dancing will be enjoyed from 9 p. m. until 1 a. m. Honolulu Residents Entertained by Ukiah Couple Mr. and Mrs. Al Hines entertained Mr. and Mi-s. Raymond East of Honolulu, Hawaii, on Tuesday. The two couples were friends'in Modesto, and the Easts have lived In the islands for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. East were traveling throughout Califomia and came to Ukiah for a one-day visit with the local couple. During Mr. East's college years he was a well known member of the football team of the University of California. Mrs. Lyndell Foster Receives Birthday I'atulations Congi Mr. and Mrs. Arlington Poster entertained Sunday at a family dinner in honor of the birthdate of Mrs. Lyndell Foster. Relatives present for the dinner and birthday cake were Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Poster, Mr, and Mrs. Arlington Foster and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Ljndell Foster anj Pamela Ann. and two friends. Mrs. Nannette Hofman and Charles. • Friends of Miss Katie Trime- loni, former Ukiah resident, will bo interested to learn that she is established as secretary in the Alexander atorngi" Company nf .'^nnta Rosa. REOIOD VALLEY REDWOOD VALLEY, Nov. 20.— Mr. and Mrs. Dave Berry have re- tuined from a fortnight's trip to New Mexico. During their absence Mrs. Susan B. Sargent of.Berkeley was a guest of Miss Albertina Beri-y. I * • * Herman Gunderson attended services of the Lutheran church in Santa Rosa on Thursday. He made the trip with a daughter, Mrs. Ernest Nelson. On Friday evening Mrs. Nelson, accompanied by her son and daughter, Nerval and Doris, attended the senior class play at Willits high school. Duane Gunderson, son of the Adolph Gundersons and a nephew of Mrs. Nelson, was in the play cast. * « • Louis Walitschek returned to his home in the valley on Thursday, when he was discharged from Howard Memorial hospital where he has been a patient under the care of Dr. Babcock for the past three weeks. Gus Haube brought Walit­ schek home. HOPLAND, Nov. 20.— The night school classes opened Monday, November 13. A greater interest is being shown in classes offered this year. • • • The Hopland high school student body Is proud of its first issue of the Hopland Buzzer, the new school paper. The staff of the paper has been receiving the enthusiastic support of the local merchants in publishing the paper. • • . • Dr. H. O. Cleland and Mrs. Margaret Stanley conducted health examinations at the local schools on Tuesday, November 14. * • • Norman Freeman, Lewis Harpe and Phillip Chiossi drove to the Sacramento valley last week end to hunt ducks. The hunt was not successful, but the boys lined up some good territoi'y for future use. • • • Mr, and Mrs. R. E. Shimmin entertained at dinner Sunday, November 12, In honor of Robert Shimmin, Jr. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Shimmin, Miss Bea Shimmin and LaVerno Scott, of Ukiali, the host and hostess and honoree. * • * Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hopper and David Henderson went to Marysville Tuesday, November 14, to be present at the opening of pheasant season in that district. • * « R. A. Niedt of Oakland spent Wednesday night at the J. L. Hugh OS home in East Hopland. * * • The Hopland Merchants basketball team went to Lakeport Thursday evening. The boys leport the first game lost, but they won the second. * • * The Hopland Garden Club held its first meeting of the season on Wednesday, November 15, at the home of the president, Mrs. Kath­ erlne Glatt. A moat enjoyable afternoon was spent in planning the year's program. Virginia Ford, Clarence Simpson Wed in Reno Miss Virginia Ford, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hanby Ford, and Clarence Simpson of San Jose ««re united In marriage at a Reno owe- mony Saturday. The young pe#le were accompanied to Reno by Mr. Simpson's sister and her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Simpson have returned to San Jose where Mr. Simpson is employed. Miss Virginia was graduated from tTklah high school in 1936, attended Areata Teachers' College for a year and transferred to San Jose College. Mr. and Mrs. Simpson will be guests in the Ford home for Thanksgiving, Mr. Simpson has frequently accompanied his bride to Ukiah on visits to her home and Is acquainted with family members and friends here. The new home will be established in San Jose. Co-Hostesses Entertain At Luncheons Louis Johnson Dinner Host For Bill White Louis Johnson was host Thursday evening at Hines' Rancho, where a Ijarbecued dinner was served in honor of Bill White of Fros- no, a former resident here, who is visiting in ITkiah with his wife and child. Those present for the occasion were Messrs. and Mesdames Ralph McGill, B. C. McFarling, J. F. Manning, William Johnson, Bill White, and the host. Mrs. Lloyd BIttenbender and Mrs. Edgar W. Dutton shared hostess honors twice last week, when they entertained 20 guests at luncheon and bridge on Thursday and entertained 20 friends on Friday. The guests were received in the BIttenbender home. The luncheon table appointments included centerpieces of yellow and rose chrysanthemums. Scoring awards in the bridge games Thursday were given to Mrs. Charles M. Fulkcrson, Mrs. E. L. Albertson and Mrs. R. O. LeBaron. On Friday Mrs. W. D. L. Held, Mrs. William Bromley and Mrs.'Irving M. Brazier were prize winners. Children's Party ^ Precedes Byrne Family Departure Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Byrne and son, Johnnie, left Ukiah Sundaij to make their home in Santa Rosa, where Byrne will assume a position with Best Foods and Company. The Byrnes have been residents of Ukiah for the past year. Prior to their departure, Mrs. Byrne arranged a birthday party for her son, on the occasion of his second birthday. The circus motif was used in the table appointments and favors. Five playmates of Johnnie, Including Bette Greeott, David and Nancy Lyn Stircwalt, Kay and Tommy Rawles, were present. Dorothy Wells Recent Bride In Oakland Friends of the O. P Wells family, former residents of Redwood Valley, are being told the news of the recent marriage of Miss Dorothy Wells and Mr. Bock of Oakland. The marriage was revealed last weekend by Mrs. Bock, who visited in Ukiah in company with her mother, Mrs, O. P. Wells, and her sister. Marjorle Wells. The family were guests of Mrs. Ida Romer, sister of Mrs. Wells. Autumn Dinner Pai'ty in Oak Park Home Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kasch entertained at a beautifully appointed Thanksgiving dinner party in their home in Oak Park Saturday night. Autumn leaves and fruits decorated the home and the supper tables, blending exquisitely with the bacltground of the home. Following the dinner the guests enjoyed a game of bridge, prize awards going to Mr. and Mrs. Alex R. Thomas, Mrs. E. L. Albertson and Dr. W. H. Wadsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Tadlock of San Francisco were among the guests. RENTAL TROUBLES PACIFIED THROUGH REDWOOD JOURNAL CLASSIFIEDS. Dr, R. A. Milne DENTIST flours i -12; 1-5 Telephone 249 Savings Bank BIdg. Ukiah Calif. CHAS. KASCH Attorney and Counselor at Law Odd Fellows Building North State St. rkinh, i^nllf. '^moDERn WITH A1939 AUTOmATiC ELECTRIC RAnCE Use a new 1939 Electric Range and enjoy a whole new world of cooking pleasure. The new ranges are completely automatic. 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