Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on December 8, 1939 · Page 6
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Ukiah, California
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Friday, December 8, 1939
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PACH SIX DISPATCJH DEMOCRAT. UKIAH. CALIFORNIA FRIDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1939 BASKETBALL Pinal Whistle Gives Ukiah Victory Over Petaluma Ukiah high achool's baslcetball team nearly met a tartar Saturday when it stepped out of its class to meet Petaluma in the egg city. Final score was 20-to-19. in Ukiah's favor, the final whistle cutting short a sensational Petaluma rally that found the losers coming from behind a 19-to-5 score to almost win. Penland and Wright were evicted for four fouls in the A game as close omciating saw 57 fouls called in the two two games. Ukiah lightweights were not so fortunate as their heavier mates, losing 17-to-21 after forcing the game Into an extra period. B GAME Ukiah (17) Petalunia (21) Sandkulla (1) .. rf (8) Peck W. Wada (7) .... If (3) Shuster Wong (3) o .... (2) Durando Pardlnl (2) rg (7) Norlel Sanford (4) Ig Sullivan Substitutions: Ukiah — Sanchez, Sackett; Petaluma—Bones, Flgone, ZImmen, Kramer, Groves (1), Dye, Sturia, Bookout, Nelson, Rose, Spol- etta. A GAME Vklah (i!0) Petaluma (19) Bartolomoi (1) .. rf (4) Milne Lord (6) If (1) Mainworlng Wright (12) 0 Acorn Harp (1) rg (3) Raven Castle Ig (2) Flgone Substitutions: Ukiah — Penland, Lulz, Clark, Pacini, Howland; Petaluma—Rhode (9), Anderton, Maz- zcrl, Jacobsen, Maye, Adams, Rlc- warts. BASKKTBALI. Santo Rosa nill meot th«^ local baskethall team at the gymiuut- iiim of Ukiah Union high school Saturday ntght, at 7:30 o'clock. A ciMsy game In anticipated, with a giant struggle between the two teams. Annual Holiday Shoot of Gun Club Sunday The annual prc-Christmas turkey shoot of Ukiah Gun Club will be hold on Sunday, December 10, at the club trap grounds one mile south of Ukiah. The shoot will open at 10:00 a. m. and continue all day. Turkeys, chickens, hams and bacons will be awarded. Ruel Stickney is president of the sponsoring club. GIRLS AH MADE TOH ATHLETES WILLITS Change Made in Rules Governing Athletic Awards Changes In the point system for athletic awards for girls were brought forward In the Girls' League meeting held In Ukiah Union High School last Friday. After a slight change in figures, the system was again accepted. A girl, to win B Block "U," must accumulate a total of 1000 points for playing on athletic teams. This takes almost four years, When she has won 500 of the 1000, she Is given a circle "U," and the first time she is named on a team she receives numerals of the year In which she is to graduate. The girl winning the largest tuimber of polnta in a year receives a wildcat emblem. Awards The following girls received awards at this meeting: Circle "U's" to Jean Abbott, Jeannie Broggi and Cleo Ford; a '40 to Marge KIrby; '41's to Frances Green, Anita Hour- dahl, Vernlce Humphrey, Mildred Klrby, Dorothy Porter and Llla Romer; '42's to Andrina Albonlco, Gertrude Anderson, Amelia Cake, June Collins, Mary Lou Hlldreth, Elaine Watklns and Rhea Wengleln; '43's to Phyllis Davis. Nlla Ford, Paye Freeman, Gloria Gilgen, Rocelia Pernbach, Barbara Hooper, Ruth Kasch, Georganne Lane, Joy Lane, Lynn Mclntyre, Georgette Ryan, Helen Sails, Margaret Varoml, Kay Venturi and Mary Wada. Virginia Skaggs is president of the Girls' League and Miss Audrey Hollenbeck is group advisor. TWO-BALL FOURSOME PARTNERS ANNOUNCED The pairs are announced by the tournament committee for the two-ball foursome to be played Sunday, December 10, at Ukiah municipal golf course. Play starts at 9:00 a. m. and the men are responsible for notifying their partners and "getting them out." The two-ball foursome is one of the most popular tournaments for the men bnd women and much interest is being taken in the coming event. The pairs announced arc as follows : Mrs. Rucl Stickney — Lilburn Gibson; Mrs. E. U Albertson — Ernest Banker; Mrs. A, F. Moulton — Gene Schambor; Mrs. Louis Hlldreth — G. Eckman; Mrs. W. H, Wadaworlh — J. R. Thomas; Mrs. E. Bcamcr — A. L. Harri .i; Mrs. Earl Cox — Rodney Clark; Mrs. L. Gibson — Paul Mathews; Mrs. Earl Cox — Mark King; Mrs. A. L. Harris — A. F. Moulton; Mrs. Nina Banker — Dick Andrews; Miss Yvonne Hebcrt — Jack Clarke; Mrs. Wayne Crawford — Larry Wlldbcrger; Mrs. Mort Eilcra — G. O. Waldon; Miss Audrey Hollenbeck — Earl Cox; Mrs. Carrie Clarke — O. J. Snyder; Mrs. V. Grant — Tom Akins; Mrs. Fied Bosworth — Irving Brazier; Mrs. Harold Zimmerman — Jack Woodruff; Mrs. H. L. Preston — Harry Fal)'.; Mrs. R. R. Ingcts — Ed Davis; Miss Dorothy Spurling — W. J. Mellis; Mrs. Paul Mathews — Jos. Weber. ANNUAL SPORTSMEN'S ROUND-UP DANCE, BUFFALO FEED The annual Pioneer Dinner and Round-up Dance of Sportsmen will be held in Lake county Sunday, December 10th, sponsored by the Associated Sportsmen of Lower Lake, assisted by Lower Lake-Lakeshore Rotary Club. Members of Ukiali Rod and Gun Club, of which Monte Reid is president, will join sportsmen of northern California at the round up dinner and dance. Barbecued Bul'falo a la Fort Niobra will be the piece de resistance of the menu which will be served from 6 p. m. until midnight at the following stations: Bill & Ruth's. Lower Lake; Acme Inn, Clearlake Highlands; State Accepts Bigger Jobless Benefit Claims Applications for liberalized job- loss benefit claims on — a new range of $10 to $18 weekly instead Noble's, Mlddletown; | of $7 to $15—were accepted today Ed's Bungalow. Clearlake Oaks; Vue | f„,. ,he first time by the eighty-one de Lac Lodge, Clearlake Highlands; | offices of the state department of Log Tavern. Clearlake Park. The Annual Round Up Sportsmen's Dance will be held at Austin's Resort at 9 p. ni. The Cowboy Quartet, modern and old fashioned numbers, will be featured. The Buffalo for the barbecue has been obtained from the National Bison Refuge, Montana. Jeans and checkered shirts are the official outfit for the occasion. • E. E. Elliott, gnrngemnn of Laytonvllle, was in Ukiah Wednesday on buslnc.t.s. employment. The new legislative act is expected to Increase the work of the department because many unemployed persons have waited until December to take advantage of the new scales. Claimants who have earned $300 (luring their base period will be entitled to benefits from $160 to $168. The department ended November with 60 per cent more claims on file than at the cones- ponding lime a year ago. These 1 will he puirl oiil on ihc old i>asis, Lions Sponsor Christmas Contest WlLLITS, Dec. 1.—WlUiam Riley, chairman of the business men 's Christmas Decorations contest, sponsoned by the Lions Club, reported Thursday evening at the club meeting that he had practically raised the $40 prize money, which Wililts merchants are donating. A secret committee wiU award the prizes for the-best decorations of store windows and residential decorations. Working with Mr. Riley are Messrs. McSweeny, Schloegel, Oree 'nberg and Dr. Smalley. The contest will open Deceml>er 7 and close December 20. To raise convention funds, the Lions will have a quiz every meeting night and the "fellas" missing their questions will forfeit S cents. Bill Pord, chairman for the theatre party the Lions Club gives annually In conjimctlon with Manager George Smith of the Willits Theatre, reported everything in readiness for December 22. The show will feature Deanna Durbin and a Popeye, as well as other features. Tne club will give each child a treat of Christmas candies and nuts. * * • John Dalgaard was moved from the Howard Memorial Hospital to his home Friday . He was injured in a recent auto accident. George Jamleson, who suffered a broken knee cap in the same accident, must remain at the hospital for several weeks. Mrs. Jamleson, who hurt her ankle Thanksgiving Day and was taken to the hospital, left there Friday. Bad Boys Chief Jake Thom of the Wllllts police has 'em scared. Anyhow, all the "bad boys" in town have been good. Pbr four whole days there hasn't been anyone »n the city Jail. And that's a record, Chief Thom says. » • » Mr. and Mrs. Leo Conard entertained her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tom V. Heise of Stockton, Thursday. Mr. Helse, manager of the Western States Grocery, was a guest of Mr. Conard at the Lions Club meeting Thursday evening. Mrs. Laura Page had planned to return home Sunday from Richmond where she visited her son, Charles, and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Oe- ruttl, last week. Community Party The Lions have set December 12 as the date of the annual Christmas community card party to be held at the Women's Improvement Club hall. ' Tickets went on sale Saturday, December 2. A turkey will be the special favor. Leo Conard, chairman of the party, conferred with representatives from all the women's groups InWll- lits after the Liotis Club dinner on Thursday evening in the Van Hotel. Present were Mrs. Lola K. Josephson, chairman, Mrs. D. A. Lawson, treasurer; Mrs. Orletta Nelson, Mrs. Lee Cureton, Mrs. Emily Morris, Mrs. Bendore, Mrs. Lawrason and Mrs. W. A. Moore. Different organizations active In the venture will be responsible for three prizes each. • • • Holidays Public schools In Wllllts will close December 20 for a two-week vacation, which win keep them closed until Wednesday, January 3. • * • Frederick Page, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Page, is much improved. The boy had both ears abscessed following a severe cold. Missionary Work The Baptist Women's Missionary Society met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Nettie Duffleld on North street. Miss Maxine Duf­ fleld, daughter of the hostess, assisted in serving refreshments after a program. Mrs. Jack Pock gave an interesting talk on "Stewardship." Readings were given by Mrs. Duf­ fleld, Mrs. Wllma Camp and Mrs. Walter Tracy. Miss Beth Clancy sang "The Star of Bethlehem." * * • Mrs. Bruce Hufford, wife of State Forest Ranger Bruce Hufford, left Howard Memorial Hospital last week after several days there. Mrs. Elizabeth Munson was reelected president of the Rebekah Ladles' Club at a meeting Wednesday evenlqg In Mrs. Lee Cureton's home. Other officers are Mrs. Neva Watson, vice president; Mrs. Ilia Gibbons, secretary, and Mrs. Irma Martin, treasurer. Mrs. E. E. Elwell was at home again Tuesday after holidaying with her sister in San Francisco. ChrL-itmaa Choral rhe Wllllts Junior high school's chorus will give Charles Dickens' Chi'astraa,s choral, arrattged as a musical play, Tuesday evening, December 19, In the high school auditorium. • • • C. of C. Contest With a score of letters on hand and 20 more due today, the Chamber of Commerce contest lor suggestions on how to stimulate business In WUliU and the Little Lake ConolysWill Make Home in Humboldt Co. Mrs. ROBS W. Conoly and chlV- dren, Barbara, Eleanor and Jimmy, will leave Ukiah during the pre- Chrlstmaa week to make their home at Burlington, Humboldt county. The new location is near Weott, where Mr. Conoly has been employed for some time. Mrs. Coiioty was born and reared In Mendocino county and has spent most of her time in the vicinity of Ukiah. The Conolys have rented their home to Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Brown. Mrs. Conoly has built up a large following In her piano classes, and her pupils will be taught by Miss Ernestine Prather after her departure. The Conoly family has many friends In the county who wilt hear the announcement of their departure with regret. which is computed at $7 per week on earnings of $156, up to $15.00 weekly for earnings of $1500. Executive Director Carl L Hyde estimates $50,000,000 will be paid out in benefits during 1940, a jump of $15,000,000 to $20,000,000 over the uniuunt paid in 1939. area closed Thursday evening. The late arrivals were expected from high school English classes. Judges were to be appointed Friday. The contest offers cash prizes of $15. $10, and $5 for the best stimulating suggestions. \ • • • Wed In New Mexico Walter Gardenhler and hU bride, the former Miss Mary Burton, were welcomed In Willits Wednesday after a week's honeymoon trip, following their wedding, November 21, in New Mexico. The ceremony was at the home of the bride's parents there. Mr. Gardenhlre is the son of Mrs. A. N. Fish of Willits. He formerly lived in Ukiah and is well known there. He and his bride will mak« their home in this section. • • • Smalley Home Following receipt Thursday of revised plans for the new »12,000 home they will build near the Howard Memorial Hospital, Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Smalley expected to send out calls to contractors Friday for new bids. C. A. Caulkins. Jr., of Santa Rosa is the architect and among the bidding contractors was Charles Swanfelt of Ukiah. The house is to be modernistic in style with four rooms upstairs and four down. The old plans called for five bedrooms. A living room, dining room, kitchen and library, which Dr. Smalley will also use as a reception room, will be on the first floor, A two-table bridge club was entertained by Mrs. R. S. Baechtel at her Mill street hotxit Wednesday evening. Mrs. Jack Livingstone substituted and members playing, besides the hostess, were Mesdain/tes Brand Johnson, R. B. Smalley, liir- old Rogers. Russell Ells. Robert Alison and J. K. Cameroii. Bridal Shower Barbara Edwards, young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Edwards, was hostess Thursday evening In the Mendocino street home of her parents. She honored Miss Phyllis Mclntire, fiance of Mr. Elmer Allen. The affairs was a surprise and featured a shower of things for the kitchen. ' Theta Rho girls and th^ advisers were guests. Invited were Mesdames Hazel Bendore, Earl Johnson and Miss Nellie Wolff, Theta Rho, advisers; Mrs. R. L. Mclntire, mother of the bride-to-be; Mrs. Neva Watson and daughter. Doris, Ruth, and the Theta Rhos. Earline Johnson, Mary Bobbitt, Marian Legg. Lillian Duniiam. Ruth Smith, Carla Johnson, Melba Dempsey. Isabelle Cameron. Vivian Conard, Muriel Vinton and the hostess. * • • The Rebekah Ladles Club meeting, postponed from Monday evening, was held Wednesday at Mrs. Lee Cureton's home. She and Mrs. Nina Van Bibber had charge. A fine and costs, totaling $18J>0, were assessed against Clarence W. Martin, WPA worker, by Judge A. M, Sacry In the city court Monday. Martin's trouble was that he im- earthed some matches, burned up the mattress on his bed. Ukiah Parlors Plan Annual Xmas Party Ukiah Native Sons and Daughters have set Monday evening, December 18, as the date for their annual Joint Christmas party for members and their families. The committee named by President Letta Zimmerman to make plans for the Native Daughters participation Is composed of Alma Zimmerman, Eva Brucker, Mary Acuff and Elizabeth Evans. Albert Bechtol. Fred Flgone, Harry Carr. Dan Cohen and D. Donatl were named by President Elwood Hachmann to represent the Native Sons In the annual party plans. • Mr. and Mrs. William Kemp of Hillsborough are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hogan for several days. PREHOLIDAY SEASON ACTIVE INCOVELO - COVEU), Dec. 6.—Covelo organizations have been highlighting social aifairs and conuniinity fund raising projects to the extent of something doing every day, begiiuiingn with November 29 when the C. W. I, C. opened the doors for their rummage salie, which contin-'^ ued to function profitably through Saturday. Saturday the Women's Club met; Sunday a targe audience heard a splendid first sermon by Rev. Noble at the Federated ehurch; Monday night the Farm Center rally, turkey dinner and get -together drew a crowd of over 200; Tuesday night the Masons held their annual dinner; Wednesday afternoon the Women 's Club held open house at the home of the president, Mrs. Charles Lovell, for a silver tea benefit; Thursday. Friday, and perhaps Saturday, the Women's Club rummage sale In the Blggar building will again serve all comers with clothing, shoes, hats, dishes and other things tJo numerous to mention at give -away prices. Proceeds of this sale will be added to the club treasury and the building fund. Women's aub The December 2 meeting of the Women's Cliib was held at the home of Mrs. G. R. Redwlne, with over 30 ladles present. During the busl- session interesting reports were submitted by all standing committees outlining work underway. The program for the afternoon was directed by Mra. Alta Hill English and Mrs. Glen Mathews and was put on by the younger generation who delighted their audience: a piano solo by little six-year-old Lois Louise Lehgland; a group of three songs by this four young sons of the Pence family — pictures of child life, accompanied by their inusical mother; and a piano solo by Frank Haydon. Mrs. Redwlne and her assisting hostesses served cookies and tea and the ladies present were given opportunity to Inspect the lovely Golden Wedding gifts to the Red- wines. The next C. W. I. C. meeting will be held on December 18 at the grammar school domestic science room, with Mrs. Nellie Ham chairman for the afternoon's entertainment, which will include educational moving pictures put on by A. G. Gray, local representative of the Standard Oil Co, There will be other interesting features of a pre- Christmas nature. Farm Bureau Reverting to the Farm Bureau rally and banquet on Monday evening, six turkeys, about 50 mince and pumpkin pies. Innumerable c^ns of peas, and mounds of mashed potatoes, besides the cranberries, coffee, etc., were consumed. Glen Barrass, director of the feast, reports that they "couldn 't have got along at all if it hadn't been for the help of the ladles." The six turkeys, weighing over 20 pounds each, reached roasted perfection in the ovens of Mrs. Charles Hcmlnway. Mrs. Grace Foster. Mrs. Green Shields. Mrs. Kenneth Lovell. Mrs. Andrew Begley and Mrs. H. T. Pence. The dinner was served cafeteria style and coffee was poured by Misses Luella Sweeney. Ruby Bauer, Lanell Mc- Klnley and Peggy Franklin. Lester Fitzhugh and Kenneth Lovell carved. T. F. Lowry had charge of publicity. Mrs. Bice directed the decoration of the tables which were beautiful with candles. Christmas holly and other Yuletlde fancies. Miss Hazel Smith, memlMsr of the grade school faculty, opened her room for the pleasure of the younger generation, whom she entertained with games and stories, to their very great delight. Walter Higglns was there from Ukiah and showed moving pictures. R. D. l-'ooto of Ukiah was also present with some interesting facts about Farm Bureau membership. Stan R. Pier of Potter Valley gave an address on Farm Bureau membership, and Alex Johnson, state Farm Bureau secretary, from the Berkeley office, gave a most enlightening address on the accomplishments of the Farm Bureau organization. Other features of the program, which was in charge of R. T, Hurt, were community singing and a hog calling contest which was won by Mrs. Winnie Hurt who carried home a piece of bacon. The result of the annual election of officers was: President, Glen Barrass; vice-president, J. D. Rohrbough; secretary-treasurer, R. T. Hurt; director, H. C. Tuttle; alternate, Elmer Bucknell. The retiring officers are R. T. Hurt. J. D. Rohrbough and Glen Barrass in the order named. Jasper Is Guest On Saturday, Senator and Mrs. Blggar had as a luncheon guest Paul Jasper of Fortuna, an ex -member of the State Highway Commission and a Fortuna publisher, who drove to Covelo to discuss with the senator his (Jasper's) national congressional ambitions. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. TutUe drove to Ukiah last Monday, where Harold attended the convention of the conservation group, at which time he was re-elected committeeman to represent Round Valley. Mrs. Tuttle passed the day shopping and vlfllting with Mrs. F. F. Zeek. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, accompanied by Mrs. C. 8. Foster, drove to Willits Saturday for dental work, returning the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lovell drove to Ukiah Saturday for a day, where Lovell attended to official business. U. 8. Trip Mrs. J. S. Rohrbough and her son, John D. Rohrbough, accompanied by the former's sister, Mrs. Nora Rodebaugh of Clarksburg, West Virginia, arrived home Wednesday from a more than two months' tour through the eastern and southern states. The Rohrboughs went from here to Detroit by train where they arranged for delivery of a new car. They then boarded a United Airlines plane for New York City, where they took In the World's Fair and other points of Interest, Returning by plane again to t)e- troit, they picked up the new car in which they drove to West Virginia, the former home of Mrs. Rohrboug:h. where many relatives of the family still live. Considerable time was passed In this region visiting. Washington, D. C. was visited and the travelers sat In on a session of the national congress. The homeward route was taken down the Atlantic seaboard through Georgia and westward through all the gulf states toward Arizona where a stop was made at the home of Mrs. Rohrbough's daughter, Mrs. Charles Bcvillc, for a pleasant visit. On the last lap stops were made at Boulder Dam, Lake Tahoe, Sac ramento, and lastly at San Francisco, whore visits were enjoyed with the Dr. Fred Carfagni family and Beverly Rohrbough, son and daughter of Mrs. Rohrbough. Mrs. Rodebaugh will pass the winter here at the Rohrbough home. * * * Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Rohrbough, who have passed the summer and fall at the paternal home here,,expect to leave around the 15th for their winter home in Monrovia. They will stop at Davis and from there will be accompanied south by their daughter. Myrtle Catherine, who Is a student at U. C, majoring In the domestic arts. Miss Rohrbough will spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, returning to Davis the first of the new year. Good Worker Marclel Sndth We know a lot of good things about Marclel and her ability to get subscriptions. Although Mar­ clel has lived in Ukiah only a short time, she Is entered In the beauty school division of the campaign, and Is working anywhere she believes a subscription can be secured to the Redwood Journal. Marcicl is a dandy worker and is really out in earnest to earn her tuition to beauty school. Strong Contender •etr fiNANCiNa Mfh* BANKo/AM Native Daughters Elect Florence Smith Head Mrs. Florence Hiidreth Smith was elected to the presidency of Ukiah Parlor No. 263, Native Daughters of the Goldr-> West, at the semi-annual election of officers held Monday evening, December 4. Mrs. Smith succeeds Mrs. Letta Zimmerman to the presidency. Mrs. Zimmerman now baa the title of Junior past president, and Leila Williams is senior past president. The corps of officers who will serve with Mrs. Smith for the ensuing six months are as follows: First vice-president, Ella Coleman; second vice-president, V u 11 h a Burke; third vice-president. Alma Zimmerman; marshal, Olive Crawford; trustees, Lola Dumas and Jacqueline Hopkins; outside sentinel, Vilena Remley; inside seiftinel, Beatrice Karplund; recording secretary, Dorothy Bechtol; organist. Crystal Harp; financial secretary, Eva Brucker; treasurer, Marian Hachmann. Installation ceremonies will take place Monday evening, January 15. Thelma M. Ferguson Attractivo young Willits girl who is ambitious to attend a beauty school, and who is doing her best to .•secure enough subscriptions in the Redwood Journal campaign which will insure her a scholarship in this highly profitable and pleasant profession. It Thelma can finish as strong as. she has started, you may expect to see her name hoisted among the winners when the campaign ends. —IJemoiTnt l -^iiicravInK Grange Degrees Conferred at Harvest Feast The third and fourth degrees were conferred on candidates for Ukiah Grange, Friday evening, the occasion of the annual harvest dinner. Candidates receiving those degrees were Mr. and Mrs. John Cyphers, Mrs. Mabel Lucas and Wade Humphrey of Ukiah, and Mrs. Irene Skelley of Anderson Valley. Clyde E. Price, an officer of Anderson Valley Grange, assisted the local corps of officers in conferring the fourth degree. Worthy Master Wayne P. Burke presided at the ceremonies. The drill teams, led by Florence Bull and Charles Luce, Illustrated the emblematic figures and letters of the Grange work. The home economics division, composed of Mesdames J, B. Mc- Guffln, Ula Pord, Catherine Banflll, Nellie Sanford, Florence Holmes, Lettie Swim, Frank Hubbaiid, F. M. Swim, was highly complimeiked for the elaborate dinner courste and decorations. White chrysanthemums were combined with red apples and red roses for a striking decorative effect. Pomona Election J. B. McGuffin. master of Pomona Grange, announced that the next meeting of that organization would be held all day Sunday, December 10, in Bachelor valley, for the purpose of electing officers. Prank B. Cook, master of Anderson Valley Grange, reported that their new meeting hall is in progress of con.structlon. Mrs. Olive E. Busch talked on Thanksgiving, approprlatje to the harvest feast celebration. Following the ceremonies of degree work and business session, mcmt>ers enjoyed dancing to the music of Rex Parker's orchestra. Election of officers • for Ukiah Grange will be held at the next meeting on December 15. Mrs, Katherlnc Harvey will be chairman of the program committee for that occasion. Wahankas Elect New Officers The Wahanka Camp Fire Girls held election of officers on Wednesday afternoon in the home of their guardian, Mrs. Margaret Anderson. Results of the election are as follows: President, Joan Hovey; vice-president, Betty Mae Smith; secretary-treasurer, Kathic Shores; sergeant-at-arms, Barbara Ballou; scribes, Dorothy Jean Pioda and Patsy Pike, Marian Mills is retiring president of the group. December 22 was set as the date of a Christmas party by the group. The party will be held in the Episcopal Guild hall. PATTONS LOCATE Mr. and Mrs. William T. Patton are comfortably settled in a new home located at 584 Meek avenue, Haywai'd. Patton was transferred and promoted by Shell Oil the end of last week and assumed his new duties at Hayward this week. The Pattons rctuined to Ukiah on Tuesday to make final arrangements for shipping their household furnishings. Joe Brown, Well Known Rancher, Passes Away Funeral services for Joseph G. Brown, 57, well known Redwood Valley rancher, will be held Tuesday, December 5, at two p. m. from Evcraole Mortuary. The Rev. E. H. Benson will officiate, and services will be held under the auspices of Ukiah Aerie No. 319, Fraternal Order of Eagles. Interment will be in Ukiah cemetery. Brown passed away Sunday, December 3, at the family home in Redwood Valley, following a lingering illness. During the many years the Brown family has resided in Redwood Valley they were among the most respected families in the county. Prior to coming to Mendocino county to establish their home they were residents of San Francisco, where Brown had extensive business and lodge affiliations. Deceased was a member of three lodges, namely: Ukiah Aerie No. 319, P. O. B.; Fern Camp No. 808, W. O. W., of San Francisco; San Fiancisco Lodge No. 1, O. D. H. S. Surviving relatives are Mrs. Martha Brown of Redwood Valley, widow of deceased, and Ave children: Mis. Martha C. Naumann of Berkeley, Francis E. Brown of Oakland, Joseph M. Brown of Ukiah, and Harold K. Brown and Donald Brown, both of Redwood Valley. # Probation Officer A. D. Scott was on the Mendocino coast Monday on business connected with his office. He was in Covelo on a business mission the end of last week. DRINK YOUR SUNSHINE These wintry days when It grows dark early — every memlier of the family needs Vitaniln-D nillk with its health giving sunshine benefits! MITCHELL'S CREAMERY • Open Sundays and Holidays Ml North State St Phone 522 nine million fimesaday^ More than three billion times a year the public tests the quality of our Pacific Coast telephone service. Tests its promptness, reliability, courtesy. 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