Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on December 1, 1939 · Page 4
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Friday, December 1, 1939
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DISPATCH DEMOCRAT. UKIAH. CALIFORNIA FRroAY. DECEMBER 1, 1939 WOMEf^'S SOCIAli AND CLUB NEWS JEAN MARIE KINSLER • SOCIETY EDITOR family Reunion On Holiday in Hiidreth Home A community dinner reunion of rtUtlves wai held in the home of Mr. and Mri. Louis Hlldreth on ThftHkigivIng Day. "rhe family group waa composed of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Baxter, Juliette and BUI Baxter of Oakland; iSr, and Mrs. Donald Fair and daughter, Donna Lee, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Connor and son, Bobby, all of Recdley; Miss Margaret Barley of Glendale, James Hlldreth of Berkeley, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Preston and son Hugh, Mrs. Mary Ruddock, Mrs. Minnie Jamison, Mr. and Mrs. Hlldreth, Mary Lou and Standley Hlldreth, all of Ukiah. Miss Barley spent the ensuing week end in the Hlldreth homo. Mr. and Mrs. Connor and son and Mr. and Mrs. Fair and daughter shared the hospitality of Mrs. Minnie Jamtaon over the -week end. Gemma Purcell Entertains at Dinner Miao^ Gemma Purcell Invited 12 close friends to celebrate the first anniTcrsery of her rejsidence In U- kiab, when she entertained at dinner in the Kainbow Cafe Tuesday evening. ' She presented each of h«r gueatf with a gardenia corsage and the group surprised her with a gift in honor of the occasion. Those present were Elml Bom, Vera Clark, Dina Fanucchi, Ann Stirewalt, Mildred Prathcr, Lorraine Pike, Pat Mct^an, Ida LocatelU, Margaret Bordesaa, Madeleine Fanslow, Sylvia Van Dyke and Gemma Purcell. Prizes for Dancing Will Be Given in Masonic Temple Saturday evening, December 2, is the occasion ol a dance to be sponsored by • a committee of members In the Eastern Star and Blue Lodge. The Californians will play for the dancing in Masonic Temple. The committee will give a prize to the couple Judgfi to execute the most graceful old fashioned waltz, and to the high school couple presenting the best "Jitterbug" dance. All Masons, Eastern Star members, and their friends are welcome to enjoy the dance, which will be held between the hours of 9 p. m. and 1 a. m. Harley Bransons Given Surprise Reception Mr. and Mrs. Harley Bi^naon, who recently Joined the rank* of the newlyweds, were guest« of honor at a surprise reception given at the Branson home on West Perkins street Saturday night. Those invited were Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Barr. Mr. and Mrs. OUn Slocum, parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Branson, parents of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Will Patton, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil W. inewel, Mr. and Mrs. Cal Burpee, Mr. and Mrs. Clare HolUday, Mr and Mrs. Verne Boulware of Crescent City, brother- in-law and sister of Mr. Bronson, Miss Christine Smith, Franic Branson, brother of the grom. Annual Cultus Dinner at Vichy Resort The Vichy Springs dining room was the setting for the no-host dinner which was held by Cultus Club on Tuesday evening. Thlrty- flve places were \aU for members, husbands and escorts of members, and several invited guests. Mrs. Hazel Pike and Mrs. Gertrude Folsom were In charge of arrangements for the evening. Choice chrysanthemums, red berries and fall foliage were combined In both tabic and room decorations, and individually waxed leaves added a colorful note to the table appointments. Chinese checkers provided after-dinner entertainment. Eastern Star Will Install December 4 Mrs. Katherine Martin, Worthy Matron, and W. H. Brunncr, Worthy Patron, will be Installing offtc- era for installation ceremonies of KIngsley Chapter No. 68, Order of Bastern Star, on Mondty evening, December 4, In Masonic Temple. The Worthy Matron and Patron will be assisted by Mrs. Druela Harris and Mrs. Nina Banker. Mrs. Myrtle Rawtes will be given the charge of office for the position of Worthy Matron, succeeding Mrs. Martin. The InatallaUon will be Invitational. Chapter will convene between seven and eight o'clock, and the Installation wilt oe- gln at eight p. m. Offlcers-eleet who will support Mrs. Rawlea during her term of office include the following: Worthy patron, M. D. Perkins: associate matron, Grace Toles; assoel- ate patron, W. J. Mellis; •eeretary, Bess Bversole; treasurer, Gertrude Foisoni; eonductraas, Haael Harmon; associate conductress, Katharine Foster. Co-Hostesses Entertain at The Firs Holzhauser Family Group in Reunion Sunday Evening A family reunion wa.s held In the home ol Mr, and Mrs. Werner Holzhauser Sunday evening, when members of that family enjoyed a Thanksgiving dlnnei. The family group was completed by the presence of Mrs. John Herndon and son of Livingston. California. Other members of the well known family present were Messrs. and Mesdames L. J. Holzhauser, Karl Holzhauser, Jim Montgomerj-, Bert SandkuUa, Mrs. Bertha Emery and Mr. and Mrs. Werner Holzhauser. Mrs. Harvey Given Congratulations On Her Birthday Mrs. Katherine Harvey was complimented at a community dinner held m the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bwart Mitchell Saturday evening. The guest of honor was presented with a beautiful gift by the guests present and Mrs. P. B. Leonard baked a birthday cake in honor of the occasion. F. R. Leonard was given a novel gift when the group discovered that his birthday had occurred a week before. The Mitchell home was decorated with bowls of red berrle?, and graceful sprays of the fall berries were arranged down the center of the dinner table. Those present to felicitate Mrs. Harvey were Messrs, and Mesdames W. J. Mellis, Hale Prather, F, R. Leonard, Mark Pike, Robert Sharp, Miss Grace Toles and the hosts. Prinapalsih Double Wedding Are Honored Cleland Family Reunion on Holiday Mnmbei-s of the well known Cleland family wore guests of Mrs. T. M. Clclnnd at a quiet obscivancc of Thanksgiving Day. Those Hharing her hoBpltallly wcic Mis. Sadio Roedor of San Ma- tpo, Miss laabel Rocder of Crcs- conl City, Robert Lewfik of San Mateo, Mr.s. L. P. Anker of Willits, Dr. and Mrs, A. Li. Gibson, and Walter FnURht of Uklah, Mrs. Rocder arrived at her sister's home On Wednesday, and Miss Isabel Roedcr came to Uklah on Thursday. The mother and daughter returned to their respective homes on Sunday. Judge, Mrs. Held Entertain Family Group on Holiday Judge and Mrs. VV, D. L, Held entertained at their Thanksgiving tabic Thursday In Ukiah. Their guests were Judge Held's sister, Mrs. Fred B. Howell, and her sons and daughter, Fred and Robert Howell, and Miss Louise Howell of San Francisco. Following dinner, the hosts and their guests motored to the new country home of Judge and Mrs. Held in Rjdwood Valley, where they spent some hours enjoying the scenery and gathering fail foliage. MARRIAGE LICENSE WOLFF-JOHNSON. — In Reno, Nevada, to Lewis Wolff of Willits and Verna Johnson of Mendocino, California. Myrtle Miller, Former County Resident, Wed A former resident of Ukiah and Fort Bragg, Myrtle Miller, became the bride of Elwood Kern of San Jos in Reno, Nevada, Saturday, November 18. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Erickson of Fort Bragg and a sister of Mrs. Delos Wolfe, The benedict is the .wn of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kern of San Jose, and is employed in the Bank of America in that city. The couple have establtehed a home In San Previous to her marriage, Mr.s. Kern was complimented at a linen .shower and supper party in the Hotel Saint Claire. Kenneth Buschs Entertain in Their New Home Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Basch entertained relatives as weekend guests In their home on Mill street. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. George A. Van Vleck of Placerville, Jack Van Vleck of Oakland, Mr, and Mrs. Garnet Fleming of Pair Oaks, Mr, and Mrs. A. P. Busch and son, Elbert, of Santa Rosa. Miss Elizabeth Ryder of Ukiah Joined the family group for dinner on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Van Vleck are parents of the hostess, and Jack Van Vleck is a brother of Mrs. Busch. The Flemings are her aunt and .uncle, and the Buschs are parents and brother of the host. On the eve of their arrival home from honeymoon trips following a double wedding ceremony perform^ ed Tuesday, November 21, in Carson City, Nevada, two well known Potter Valley couples were honor guests at a turkey dinner in TIkiah. Bert Thomas of Ukiah was host Wednesday evening at the homecoming dinner complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Leard. Mrs. Thomas is the former Marie Tabor, and Mrs. Leard was formerly Margaret Spotswood. Relatives present to extend congratulations were Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Spotswood, Mrs. Mamie Leard and daughter, the two honored couples, and Mr. Thomas. Atkinson Family Holds Reunion On Holiday Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Atkinson had the pleasure of entertaining an unbroken family group at their Thanksgiving dinner, which they presided over at 713 Grove avenue. The sons and daughters of the hosts are all graduates of Uklah high school, and each follows the custom of returning to the family home for the Thanksgiving celebration. Those present were Mrs. Christopher Atkinson and her son and daughter, Winifred and Sylvia Atkinson of Redwood City; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. RelUy and son, Stanley, of Phllo; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clark of Phllo; Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Atkinson and daughter, Linda, of Oakland; Mr. Perry McPheetus of Mountain View, and Christopher Atkinson of Martinez. Mrs. E. W. Junes and Mm. Bertha Masters shared hostess honors Wednesday afternoon, when they entertained 34 gueets for luncheon and bridge at The Fin, attractive country home of Mrs. Masters. The luncheon was served at small tables, decorated in a color scheme of red and white, which served to reflect the coming holiday atmos- phfre. Red berries were placed In crystal bud vases, and red and white place cards completed the scheme. Mrs. Jessie Brunner and Mrs. R. R. Walsh won scoring awards In contract. Mni. James and Mrs. Masters have ijuued invitations to another group °of friends for luncheon and bridge on Friday, December 1. JOIN NEWLYWED RANKS P. T. A. Executive Board Meets Friday An executive board meeting of i Ukiah P. T. A. win be held on Fri-; day, December 1, in Miss Grace Toles' room at Ukiah elementary sohooL The regular meeting of the P. T. A. will be held on Tuesday afternoon, December 5, at 2:30 p. m. in the school auditorium. Mrs. Iva Mellis will present a travelogue on her recent interesting trip to Alaska. -ffi I HOUSE OVE8T m Mrs. John McLennan of Meadow Valley, Plumas county, arrived in Ukiah Wednesday to be a house guest of Miss Jessie Dewell In the Oak Park apartments. Prior to Mrs. McLennan's arrival Miss Dewell spent the Thanksgiving holidays as a guest of her brother, Henry Dewell of Berkeley. Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Allan S. Judaon, who were married on Sunday, November 5, in Quadrio hall at Wililts, the Rev. A. Z. Bose, retired Methodist minister, officiating A wedding dinner followed the nuptials. The bride is the former Margaret Bauer, popular Willits girl, and her husband is employed with the Weatlng- house Company in San Francisco. The couple recently returned to Willits from a honeymoon trip of the eastern states, during which they purchased a new car in Detroit, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Judson will establish their home in San Francisco after the Christmas holidays. —K. D. Reynolds Photo, Journal Engraving PRATHER REUNION # Mr. and Mrs. Heath Angelo of Branscomb were visitors In Ifkiah the end of the week. Sylvia Atkinson, Former Ukiahan, Is Married Friends of the Atkinson family In this city are being told the interesting news of the wedding of Miss Sylvia Atkinson of Redwood City to Mr. Perry McPheetus of Mountain View. The marriage took place on Saturday, November 2B, In the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Christopher Atkinson of Redwood City, The newlywed couple are spending their honeymoon at Twain Harte. Sonora county. Tlie bride is a well known graduate of Ukiah Union high school. She ts a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs, 0. B. Atkinson Of Ukiah. Miss Margaret Wise Entertains Bridge Club Members Miss Margaret Wise received the members of her fortnightly bridge club on Tuesday evening in her home. The double foursome meets every two weeks in the homes of members. Mrs. Pete Simoncini and Mrs. T. J. Goudge won prize awards for bridge during the evening. The hostess served a supper of hot grilled sandwiches, relishes and coffee to her guests. Membership in the club is held by Mesdames Han-y Roberts, Pete Simoncini, Robert Harmon, Al Scbbas, Harry Mercer, Albert Towne, T. J. Goudge, and Miss Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Hale Prather were hosts at a family reunion on Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Prather of Berkeley, son and daughter-in-law of the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Beckley, parents of Mrs. Prather, and Ernestine, Mildred, Bud and Bill Prather completed the family group. 12th BIRTHDAY Jimmie Broaddus celebrated his 12th birthday Wednesday at a wiener roast arranged by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Broaddus, at their home. Friends of Jimmie present were Bobby Chase, Bobby Crudo, Ray lAigsdon, Donald Hogan, and John Hicks. B WEEK END VISIT I Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Marshall of San Francisco spent the week end in the home of Mrs. Marshall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brice E. Houdeshell. m % I MRS. CAMBOT RETURNS I g ® Mrs. Elise Cambot has returned to Ukiah to remain here until the Christmas holidays. Mrs. Cambot has spent the l>ast month or more with her daughter, Mrs. Lucille Bingham and children, in Vallejo. g g] I LOPI GUESTS I Saturday Club Sponsors S. F. Artists I s County Social Agent Will Davis and Mrs. Davis spent the Thanksgiving holidays with Davis' sister, who resides in Lodi. ffl BRIDGE LUNCHEON ffl- Wilsons Home from Oakland, Klamath Falls Visits Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson returned home Monday from Oakland, where they had been Thanksgiving guests in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Deacon, Mr. Wilson attended the Big Gan^e on Saturday. Prior to their visit in Oakland the Wilsons enjoyed a period of nine days at Klamath Falls with Mr. and Mrs. L J, Wilson of Eureka. The two couples Joined forces on a goose hunt during that time. -m IN UNOBEROH HOME Mr, and Mrs. A. O. Lindbergh of Llvermore were guests of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lindbergh, on Sunday. The visitors made the trip to Ukiah for the special purpose of visiting their granddaughter, Barbara Joan, daughter of the C. A. Lindberghs, whom they had not seen for two months. S Mrs. Lon Gibson, past president of the Saturday afternoon Club, is chairman of the bridge luncheon to be given in the club rooms on Wednesday, December 6. Contract and auction bridge, as well fts Chinese checkers, will provide entertainment following the luncheon period. H a I ATTEND GAME I A program of music, solos, ensembles, quartets, light opera burlesque, grand opera, will be presented by Saturday Afternoon club Saturday evening, December 2, at 8:00 p. m. in the Saturday Afternoon clubhouse. Mi-s. Pauline Williams, San Francisco vocalist, will present a group of 11 bay region artists in concprt, Mrs. Williams sponsored a program before the club about a year ago so that the quality of her concert work is known to the members. Tickets are on sale from club members and much interest rs being taknn In thr series of entertainments planned by the club. PROGRAM •'Come Where My Love Lies DreaniInK " Stephen Fostei- Ensemble "The Flop." Moussorgsky Wesley Mack Contralto Solo Selected Anita Roed Baritone Solo Selected Lorne Kent Soprano Solo — "For 'sc hii" from Travlata VcrdI Jane CogRins i "Brendiori" from Travlata Ensemble "The Musketeers" .... Male Quarlnt "Capt. Spaulding" (light opera burlesque) Kalmer & Ruby "Doctor Foster" Male Quartet "Fatal Passion" (grand opera burlesque) with orchestra. The sinRers are: J.Tne Coggins, Vera Johnson, Doris I.oi-onz, Anita Rood, Robert Bobbin. Joseph Brickley, David Barr, William Griffin, Adolph Hansen, Lorno Kent, and Wesley Mack. Program Director: Mrs. Pauline Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gibson and children, Helen and Dwight, were among the Uklah spectators at the U. C.-Stanford game at Palo Alto Saturday. The Gibsons spent Saturday night in San Francisco, returning home Sunday. m I LEAVES HOT SPRINGS I ffl m Miss Berntce Weger returned to San Francisco on Sunday, concluding a holiday visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weger, proprietors of Orr's Hot Springs. MisB Weger arrived at the Springs Wednesday, and Donald Hodge of San Francisco Joined the Weger family for Thanksgiving dinner, returning to the bay region that evening. IS TBIP TO WINTERS I Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Coble have returned from Winters, where they were holiday guests of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Pi'ed Coble. THE PATINO WAY IS THE CLASSmED WAV I Christening Is Followed by Dinner Beverly Ann Donati. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, D. Donati of 719 South State street, was christened Sunday at St, MaiT's Catholic church. Miss Virginia DalPozzo and Paul Donati sponsored the christening as Godparents. Beverly is the first child in the Donati family, born July 2, 1939. Following the chrlsteninKr ceremonies dinner was served at the home. Among the guests entertained were: Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Donati, Mies Julia Donati, Julius Donati. Paul Donati, Miss Constance Smith of Port Bragg. Mr. and Mrs. Coast Residents Return from Florida Trip POINT ARENA, Nov. 29. — Mr. and Mrs. Ao Stornetta and Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Scaramella arrived home the end of the week from a three weeks' trip which took them as far as Florida. They had Intended to take at least another week to the trip but due to the incessant rain which they encountered they decided to return sooner. On their way through Louisiana they stopped for a visit with the family of Henri Brous.sard. Leaves Ho.spitiil Mrs, Kate Halliday and Thomas J Halllday have returned home after several weeks spent in the bay region. Mr. Halllday spent most of that time In Lettorman Hospital, j He is now almost recovered from | .his operation but will not be able i to rtiturn to work for a, u'hMc yet. They spent Thanksprivinp: at the family reunion which Is held each year in the bay region. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Halliday Joined them there. Lfss of Dog Mr, and Mrs, O, P, Glllniori! had a.s their j^uests over the \vecl< end their dauRhter, Mrs. Taylor York of Oakland, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Schomaker and daughter Gale, of San Francisco, and Mr. Sehomak- or's sister, Mrs. Mabel Roberts of Eugene, Oregon. While here Mr. Schomaker had the misfortune to ' lose one of his bird dogs. The dog was chnslnR birds along the top of the cliff at Lepori's beach and slipped to a IrfiRO part W'ly <lown the cliff, (n attomptinR to regain the to|> of thn cliff ho fell the rest of the way lo the beach and was instantly killed. * * • Pete Baclgalupi wag taken to the County. Hospital Filday In a very sor-lous condition. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Phillips and son, Alfred Daniel, Mrs. D»n Mc= Galium and Miss Theima Miller spnnt the Thanksgiving holidays In Bcrl^elcy with Mr. Phillips' mother, Mrs. Deli P. Robinson, Dr. and Mrs, Huntley entertained Mrs, Huntley's sister and husband duiing Thanksgiving week, Mrs. Cipra O'Brien and son Tim. of Stockton, spent their vacation with her mother, Mrs. Clara Walsh, REDWOOD VALLEY REDWOOD VALLEY, Nov. 27.— An infortnal party was held In the Nieml home nianksglvlJig night. Those present for the occasion were Esther Walnio of San Francisco, El­ ml Bom, Gemma Purcell, Prances Laulhe and EUamae Compton, all of Ukiah, Allle Adams of San Jose, Sylvia Van Dyke. Paul Ulvila of San FrancLsco, Veikko Solnlla, Willie Walnio, Bud Moore and Urho, Uno and Bill Nieml, the hosts. Mr. and Mrs. W, R. Johnson of San Francisco, with whom Miss Laila Ulvila makes her home, came to Uklah Saturday, November 25, to spend the weekend quail hunting in this vicinity. Miss Esther Wainio of San Francisco wa£ a Thanksgiving guest of her mother, Mrs, Anton Anderson, and Captain Ander.son, Paul Ulvila of San P:anci.sco and Mrs. Jack Adams, (Allle Ulvila) of Ban Jose were dinner guests of their parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Ulvila, for the Thanksgiving celebration, P. T. A. Opens Year An auspicious start was made by the Redwood Valley P. T. A. when they opened their new year on Friday evening, Novomber, 17, in the grammar -school auditorium. After a business meeting, conducted by the president, Mrs. Jay Lee Smith, Miss Dorothy Spurting, county nutritionist, was Introduced to the audience by Miss Irene Merk, program chairman. Miss Spurling congratulated the P. T. A. upon the success of the lunch room project, p,'nd gavi^ high .commendation to Mrs. Thomas Gullickson. cook. Miss Wolf, dietician, Piincipal Slmson, the faculty and the entire membership of the P. T. A. for their cooperation in establishing and main- Ing the project. Program The following musical numbers were presented by pupils of the school: Piano solo, Dorothy Boyd; Song, "Over the Rainbow." by Mabelean Lucchesi. Stella Piffero, Dorothy Boyd and Joyce Poma; "Cape Cod Chantey," sung by Joan Howland. Haroldine Hanten. June Zimmerman. Donald Goudge, Donald Peebles and Jay Lee Smith, Jr.; "Walking Song," suns; t>y Rose Tull, Genevieve Ricetti and Barbara Johnson. The numbers were much enjoyed. Mrs. Edna Brj'ant of the faculty played piano accompaniment for the entire program. Refreshments of sandwiches, coffee and ice cream were served by the committee, composed of Mrs. R, D. Miiir, Mrs. A. O. Boyd and Mrs. Emil Poma. Tile organization is furthering plans for a special program for members and friends, date of CALPELLA NEWS CALPELLA, Nov. 27. —Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lane of Martinez spent the past week at the Bert Lane home. # Mrs. Thomas Ford of Caipella Is recuperating at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Alec Levili of Oakland. Ford motored to Oakland Thanksgiving day to visit his w^e. . Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allison of San Jose and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Banfill of Comptche were Thanksgiving day guests at the Ralph Banfil home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reynaud and son Joseph of Santa Clara were guests at the Ralph Banfill home, wood Valley Thursday. Joe Rey- n.iud was a former Caipella resident. mond is a former Caipella resident. Adelina Garzinno of San Francisco is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Graziano. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snook and children, Walter and Mayme of Laytonville were guests in the J. V. Snook home Thanksgiving. Una Boyle Nunes of Leonard Lake was a business caller in Caipella last Friday . Mary Andrews of Santa Rosa is visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, V. W. Andrews. Mr.s. Glenn Seward and children spent Thank.sgiving at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Phillips of Uklah. Mr. and Mrs. Orln Elmer and son, Bud, of Oakland spent the weekend in Caipella. Mrs. Elmer and Bud returned to their home Sunday. Mr. Elmer will remain a week at the home of his brother, Dan Elmer, at Low Gap. Maurloe Sowerwtne of Oakland spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Sowerwine. 9 Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Ingeis went to Stanford Saturday for the U. C.­ Stanford game. Both Mr. and Mrs. Ingeis aie U. C. graduates. Their daughter. Miss Betty, is a sophomore at Stanford. • which will be announced in the near future. Mr. and Mrs, Cyril Goudge and children were Thanksgiving idsit- ors in the home of Mrs. Gouge's parents in Marysville. Willits was the holiday destination of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nelson, Doris and Nerval Nelson and Herman Gunderson. They were entertained in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gunderson, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold McFarlnnd anrf children of were recent callers at tile NeLson home. FAMILY REUNION Blue LakPs Park was the .scent* on Thanksgiving of the reunion of the family of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Waldron, owners of the beautiful lake area. Members of the family gathered Bert Dal Pozzo and Mrs. M. Bart- | together for the day were Mr. and lomei Joined the christening party during the afternoon Relatives Meet At Baily Home Mrs. Alice Curran and Mrs. Nora Ahearn of San Francisco were re- j cent, guests of their niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Baiiy. The two ladjes came from the bay region to attend the funeral of Mrs. Tom Parrance. Mrs. Curran and Mrs. Ahearn are sisters of the into Tom Farranco. Also recent guests of the Biiilys were Mr. and Mrs. T. W. BonniflPld I and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bonnl-j field of Eureka, who came to Uklah for Mrs. Farrance's' funeral. Mrs. | T. W, Bonnifield ami Mrs. Rally i are sisters. ' Mrs. Waldron. Mr. and Mrs. E, W. Grady and daughter Carolyn, of San Francisco. Mi-, and Mrs. Vincent Waldron, -Mi-, and Mrs. Lorin Waldron and Miss Helen Wnldron of Plaeervlllp. WHY WAIT TIL IT c o S (Udor typ« eUc* trie hMtor wifh •fth«f i!epper or chromium r»- Dr. R. A, Milne DENTIST norm 3-12; 1-5 Telephone 21!) Savings Bank BIdg. Ukiah Calif. CHAS. KASCH Attorney and CounsKtlor at TMW Odd Fellows Buildins North State St. Uklah. Calif. nil! quick (kdric I fan Ihot circulalei haal Ihtoughairt areom Handiest thing ever to liave in the house are these portable electric heaters. Light ak a feather to carry about and use wherever heat is needed QUICK for a short time. Plug into any convenience outlet. Wonderful help in winter for warming baby clothing, drying out rain-soaked garments, and scores of other uses where safe, clean, close-up warmth is needed in a hurry. Once you use an Electric Heater, you'll say its services are priceless. Don't let another day pass by. Get your Electric Heater NOW. 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