Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on December 22, 1939 · Page 4
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Ukiah, California
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Friday, December 22, 1939
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DISPATCH PEMOCRAT. UKIAH. C^LIFQI^^. 'S SCX3AL AND CLUB NEWS JEAN MAI^IE KINSLER • SOCIETY EDITOR Business Women Qiing Offerings Of Gifts The annual Christmas meeting of tTklah BuRineaa and Profeulonal Woman's Club wan held Thursday night in the social hall of the Mithodlst church, with nearly 100 member's and guests in attendance. Beneath a silvered Christmas tree, gaily lighted In red, were piled the gifts which the club members and guests carried there for the children of the community for whom the service clubs are planning a holiday surprise. Chrlfltmas carols were sung and entertaining stunts presented by a committee of which Mrs. Bernice Oilgen was chairman. The main program feature was a scene on Ellis Island, where Immigrants from meuiy countries arrived and gave a stunt wpresBlve of the country each ;^4pretented. Ireland was typ- Ifled by Fejrn Busoh in an Irish jig; lAura Kaiser gave a selection from a Russian opera; Barbara Frey and Eilizkbeth'Ryder in Highland <tos- t'ume,'8ang a Scotch song and danced the Highland Fling; Drusia S ferrla lii grastf skirt and lets did e iiuta hUla and sang an alluring humt^r-' cleverly; Xatherlne and Opal Foster from South Africa did tnreiKe walkr ZeUa Bartlett sang In'Chinese, and Louise Bernhard In Spanish costume presented a til^mboiirlne dance. Last of all Bess Jainiaon as.Santa Claus represented all countries. A beautiful tableau of the Nativity was shown on the stage as the guests entered the social hall. Christmas carols were sung from the balcony by a trio composed of ae;^am& Purcell, Mildred and Em­ etine ^rather; the young women wore blac!^ s.urplicf9, red bow ties i^nd carried lighted candles. The lights oi; ti^e hall werq dimmed for 0\ls number'. The Old O^ken Bucket and' other surprise stunts and numbers were given. Decorations The hail and tables were In gorgeous Ch );islma8 array. Clcvev Santa Claus favors radiated cheer from the long tables which also carried diminutive' Christmas trees, red candles in polnsnttia holders. As a setting for the banquet, Christmas lights in many colors formed a border around the room, and the hall carried great branches of pine with the cones, mistletoe, large sliver stars and bright red flgiires of Santa Claus. There were a number of Christmas trees, small and large, and a gay and festive atmosphere permeated the scene. New Mem^rs In the business session Mrs. Sylvia Van Dylte and Miss Mary Baccaglio were elected as club members, and the club voted to join with other service clubs In establishing signs north and south of town. N(rs. Ardis Roberts presided at the' business session. Members of Mra GUgen'a committee were Mae Anderson, Virginia Jamison, Alta Bailou, Gertrude Shook, Leila Ve- voda. Ukiahans Enjoy Trout Fishing- on Coast Miss Arzelle Dennen and Miss Irene Sandelln were iiouse guests of Miss Dennen's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Caylor of Point Arena, from Monday until Friday of laat week. The two girls enjoyed trout Ashing on the coast. Miss Sandelln is on vacation from her studies at San Francisco junior college and will spend the holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sandelln. The girls were accompanied on the trip to Point Arena by Miss Dennen's uncle, Ben Scott, who will remain in Point Arena until the middle of the week as a gruest of Fred Patton. Farewell Luncheon In Honor of Miss Jeanne Pierson Mias Jennie Pierson of Uklah was transferred to the Bakersfleld office of the State Relief Administration on FVIday, was complimented at a farewell luncheon and handkerchief shower In the Rainbow Ctfe Friday noon. Those present were Lorraine Pike, Mary Morgan, Blml Bom, Oemma Purcell, Vera Clark, Pat McLean, Margaret ^ordessa, Madeline Fanslow, Jeanne Pierson, Sylvia Van Dyke, Frances McFarllng and June Tfork. Gertrude Shook, Diana Fanucchi and Ann Stirewalt were unable to attend. m ^ Season's Greetings Exchanged at Kosmos Club The Christmas party and gift exchange of KoamoB Club was an event of Thursday In the municipal clubhouae. Mrs. Bertha Zeek, Mrs. Hazel Wellec and Mrs. Ellen Leno were hos^aes for tha 'dajr. ,An old-fashioned Chriitmaa tree, holl^iVreatha, greenery and lighted tapera created an attractive setting for the holiday party. "Koel" and "Silent Night" were sung by a quin­ tette, compoaed of the following singers: Mesdamea Tamond Tork, Maud BUedge, Battle Corbett, Minnie Brown, Ina Branaon. Mra. Edna Holliday played piano accomptmi- ment. Mra. Branson and Mra. York sang a duet, "Uttle Town of Bethlehem," accompanied by Mra. BIythe Hicks. Mra. J. Q. White explained the meaning of Kosmos and gave a general talk on gardening. A cleverly arranged Chriatmas scene made by Mrs. J. Q. White and used aa a centerpiece on the refreahment table was presented as a gift to the club president, Ina Branson, at the. conclusion of the program. At the business meeting the sum of $10.00 was voted to the inclah P. T. A. milk fund as a Christmas gift from the club members. Three dollars was voted as Kosmos' contribution to the veterans at Mendocino State Hospital. Mrs. Henrietta Westerman la county chairman for the Mendocino county Federation of Women's Clubs in their annual collection of funds to provide Christmas cheer for the veter- Yuletide Party Enjoyed by CultusClub The strains of beautiful Christmas carols, emanating from an organ In the home of Mrs. Grace Fulkerson, greeted members of Cultus Club on their arrival at ber home Tuesday evening for the customary Yuletide party and Christmas tree of the organization. Mrs. Jule Weber shared hostess duties with Mrs. Fulkerson. A delightful bit of entertainment was presented by Mrs. Fulkerson in her reading of "The Life of George Ariiss," an autobiography. Mrs. Peggy Mitchell, president, presided over the roll call, which was responded to by Christmas rhymes. The club members were particularly pleased to welcome Mrs. Fannie McCowen, a pioneer member who has been unable to attend club gatherings for some time. The Christmas tree decorations and supper table appointments were carried out in a color scheme of red and silver. Holiday gifts exchanged by members were arranged a.s a table centerpiece, in a silvered box which centered a table spread in red satin. I FROM MONTREAL Mrs. 8. L. Rea and Mrs. Stanley Rea went to San Francisco Sunday to meet Joseph Rea, son of Mrs. S. L. Rea, who will arrive in the bay region Tuesday from Montreal for a holiday visit with his mother and bli, brother and sister-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Rea. Rea Is on a fortnight's vacation from his studies at McGlil University, Montreal, wiiere he Is a second- year medical .student. The visitor will leave tor Montreal January 4. Dinner Guests Are Entertained in Rapaport Home Miss Janet Rapaport and Robert Rapaport extended their hospitality to 20 friends at a turkey dinner and Christmas party in the home of their parents, Dr. and Mrs. Waiter Rapaport of Talmage, Monday evening. Miss Rapaport, a freshman at the College of the Pacific, and her brother, Robert, student at Napa high school, are spending the holidays with their parents. The Christmas motif was used in decorations in the Rapaport home, and the dinner was served buffet style from an attractively appointed table. Guests present were Betty Wyiie of Los Angeles, Barbara" Allen, Irene Sandelln, Evelyn Santos, Betty Mustard, Helen Gtbson, Carol Kasch, Betty Puller, Bob Sande­ lln, Horace Ivey, Jim Porter, Sam Ray, Jr., George Hcngeveld, Bill and Bud Prather, Walter Everaoie, Ernest Banker, Bob Corlett of Napa, Iiouse guest of Robert Rapaport, and the hosts, Janet and Robert Rapaport. Newlyweds Visit In Mendocino • Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ingram of Oakland, recent newlyweds, were guests of friends and relatives in tlkiah last week end. Mrs. Ingram is the former Mary Smith of Uklah. They were also guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ingram of Navarro, parents of the groom. Their trip to Mendocino county is the first since their marriage. Mrs. Williams Hostess at Club Party Mrs. J. J. Williams, president of the Telephone Ladles' Club, entertained members of that organisa­ tion and their children at a Christmas party In her home Thursday afternoon. The sun room in which the guests were received was beautifully decorated In large silver bells, red and green strenmers, and a Christmas tree adorned In red and blue. Following a gift exchange, the hostess served refreshments typical of the holiday season. Mrs. Harvey M. Thompson was elected president of the club for 1940, succeeding Mrs. Williams. Those present were Mesdames K. H. Barker aiid children, Laols and Paul, Albert Towne and chUdren, Alyce and Richard,' Harry Hanson, OUn Slocum, Harvey Thompson and son, Russell, Bayard Shields, Edward Montgomery, A. McKlnsley, the hostess and her son, Billy, «nd Mrs. Max Orrell of Eureka, house gueat of her mother, Mra. Bayard Shields. Mrs. A. H. Hurlock and Mtss Christine Bruns were uii^ble, to. ftHei^d. Business Women Active in Club Service Work Uklah Business and Professional Women's Club added a beautiful contribution to the gifts which the Service Club Santa Claus will distribute Christmas Eve. There were 63 gifts in. the Business Club bag, all befiutlfully and appropriately Chosen and wrapped in the gayest and loveliest of Christmas wrappings, ready to go into Santa's pack. There ore clothes aitd books and games, pajimiaa and sweaters, shirts and ties, hose, toilet articles, rolls, raincoat, slippers, jewelry and handkerchiefs; each package estimated at an approximate value of at least one dollar. Tliose gifts will take care of the older boys and girls among approximately 2S0 Children to whom the service clubs will give Christmas gifts. Mrs. Ardis Roberts, president of the club, is in charge of the important work of listing for distribution, and with Mrs. E. A. Eversole from the Business Women's Club and Mrs. J. H. Hansen from Saturday Afternoon Club, will be on hand for the gigantic task of assorting that mountain of toys and gifts ready for Santa Claus, who is scheduled to leave headquarters at one o'clock Sunday afternoon. Three Couples Join In Celebrating Anniversaries The wedding anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. Lllburn Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Weber and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Holliday were celebrated at a dinner party in the Gibson apartment Thursday evening. The anniversaries of the three couples coincide on December 14 and are five years apart. Mrs. Rose Wylie of Los Angeles, sister of Mr. Gibson, was a special guest. The dinner table was decorated with an effective arrangement of red tapers, smilax and holly berries. A snow scene and Christmas tree were arranged as window decorations. AT FAMILY HOM£ -SB I SERVICE WORKER | ffl m Miss Alice Cox of Berkeley is making a holdlday visit of a week in Uklah, arriving Friday afternoon. Miss Cox Is at the Palace Hotel and i.s being Informally entertained Christmas week by friends made during the time she was in social service work In the coimty. • Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Wallach of Boonvlile were Uklah visitors on Tuesday. They were guests of Mrs. Olive E. Busch, sister of Mrs. Wallach, and also transacted bUHlnes .t during the day. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Raftery (Marjoric Smith) ot Berkeley will arrive at the home of Mra. Raftery's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith, Friday evening to spend the Christmas week end, returning to Berkeley Tuesday. Mrs. Raftery and a friend, Mrs. Jean Hargrovcs and daughter Elizabeth, of Berkeley, were guests in the Smith home for a few hours last Friday, when they came to Uklah to accompany Miss Barbara Kohler, cousin of Mrs. Hargroves. to the bay region for a week end visit. m -9, ffl I I^AVES HOSPITAL SI Mrs. John Frances Manning left Uklah General Hospital Tuesday, following the birth of her second son, Michael Fraser, Sunday, December 10. Mr. and Mrs. Manning will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. McFarllng at their home on Walnut street for a few days before Mrs. Manning ret,urns to her own home. Mrs. Manning and' Mrs. McFarllng are sisters. g • g I FAMILY GROUP I B • ffi Arthur "Happy" Grille of San Fi-aoclsco will arrive in Uklah on Thursday evening to spend Christmas with his mother, Mrs. E. M. Grilk, and his sister, Miss Dorothy Griik, returning to the bay city Monday night. Wedding of Marie Pardee, Clifford Singer Revealed Coming as a surprlae to frienda of the couple la the announcement of the wedding of Mlas Marie Pardoe of Hoplond and Clifford Singer of Uklah. The couple were united in marriage on Sunday, December 10, In Reno, Nevada. They returned to Hoplond Monday evening. The bride is the attractive daughter of Roy Pardee of Hopland and a sister of Donald Pardee. She graduated from Hopland high school two years ago. The benedict came to California from the east about four years ago. He has been employed at the F. A. Yates Service Station on North State street for the past year and a half. The young couple have a wide circle of frienda who will extend felicitations. HOT lUIOII 17 REBWOOD ¥AU £V I M 11 Fagles, Auxiliai7 Hold Christmas Party Tonight The annual Christmas party of the Eagles and Auxiliary' will be held Thursday evening at Stelert hall. The program committee, with Mrs. Maud Sjoberg as chairman, has arranged a moat interesting evening, which will Include buffet dinner, dancing, games for the children, and a Santa Claus who will have gifU for the kiddies. All members of the Eagles, the auxiliary, and their families are invited. Christmas Party at Parish House The Christmas party in Holy Trinity church will be held Thursday night, December 21, at the parish house from 7 to 9 o'clock. Mrs. Norman Buhn has charge of the games for the party and Mrs. Raymond Pearl has planned the Christman refreshments. A lighted Christmas tree and other features of Yuletlda festivities will be part of the evening's program, ijrs. E. H. Benson is in charge of general arrangements for the Sunday School party. Methodist Church Xmas Program Friday Night The Christmas church school program of the Methodist church will be held in the social hall on Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Each department of the school will contribute to the program. After the program there will be half an hour devoted to recreation. By the light of the .Christmas tree carols will be sung. Santa Claus will make his appearance, bringing his gifts of candy to the children. Refreshments will be served. All the people of the church arc cordially invited to attend this Christmas program. Christmas Wedding Performed in Bosworth Home A twilight ceremony performed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bosworth Monday united in marriage Mrs. Flora Flowers and Dr. E. C. Morris, both of this city. Rev. Mark Pike officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her father, W. C. Craig of Eureka, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Osborn were attendants. Mr. and Mrs. James Brawn and Mrs. Marion Elliott were guests at the wedding ceremony. Mrs. Morris Wore a gown of black and silver with a corsage of orchids. The Bosworth home was decked in Christmas array, which made a rich and beautiful setting for the wedding. A wedding supper at Vichy Springs followed the home ceremony. • Mr. and Mrs. Harold Holliday expect to return to Uklah the middle of the week, following a visit of .spvorni days In .Snn Francisco. Townsendites Will Greet Santa on Saturday Night SantB Claus will visit the Townsend Club Saturday evening, December 23, at 8:00 p. m., when that organization holds Its Christmas party in Stelert hall. All members and their friends are urged to attend the holiday program, which is being arranged by the following committee; Mrs. L. H. Bowen, chairman, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Will Salisbury, Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Glorno. B. W. Van Horn Is president of the club. MARRIAGE APPLICATIONS CAROLO-FERNANDEZ. — In this city, December 16, by Enrico Abren Carolo and Dorothy Fernandez, both of Fort Bragg. MURADA-VISINONI. — In Uklah, Decembet 15, by Angelo Murada and Cesarina Visinoni, both of Fort Bragg. THE PAYING WAT 18 THB CLASSIFIED WAY I f4' WtOk an enrolbnent of 114 children In the school, Reiwood VaUey school, where Jack SlmpsMi la prUidpai, serves a weU balanced Innoh every day In the week. Taod Is supplied by the Surplus Commodities Corporation, supplemented by other suppllea provided by the seliool. The P. T. A. s |ionsorB the project. —Dispatch Democrat Photo Christmas Night Dance at Potter Valley Grange A dance on Christmas night is announced by Potter Valley Grange which has won the reputation of giving some of the most successful dances in the county. December 25 is the date of the dance to be held in Potter Valley Orange hall. The management offers as special inducements, good music and a famous Potter Valley Granpre supper at midnight for 25 cents. The dance gives promise of drawing one of the largest crowds of the season and the name of Potter Valley Grange is guarantee of' a most successful holiday dance. Charles Shimmin Is Elected Head Of 20-30 Charles Shimmin will serve as president of Ukiah 20-30 Club for the ensuing sly months, following his election as successor to Frank Branson at the last regular dinner meeting in the Maple cafe. Other officers elected are as follows: Vice- president, Marion Hodel; 'members of the board of directors for one year, G. G. Grant and Alex Thomas; sergeant-at-arms, Ernie Wing. Installation will be held January 9. Craig Bosworth, program chairman for the evening, introduced A, H. Hurlock, manager of the Uklah office of the Pacific Telephone & Tclegrapli Company, and Albert Towne of the company force, who .firesented a playlet given by telephone company employees. The program originated in San Francisco and was transmitted to Ukiah by telephone and broadcast in the Mapio cafe banquet room by two loudspeakers. Four members of the Ukiah fire department, headed by Fire Chief James Brawn, discussed the aims and accomplishments of that organization. Webers Break Ground For New Home on Anniversary Sentiment, drawn from the past, memories of the wedding day and the first days In the new home in Ukiah, were intermingled with the ceremony of breaking ground for the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weber, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Weber chose the anniversary of their wedding day, the 18th anniversary, to break ground for the new home on Jones and Spring streets. The day was also the eighth anniversary of the establishment of their home in Uklah. The home on Jones street will follow tlie lines of early California architecture. It will be a six-room house with all modern conveniences. Hayes Bros, are contractors. In the eight years that Mr. and Mrs. Weber have made Ukiah their home they have won the friendship, not only in the business circles in which Mr. Weber is engaged, but In many dilTercnt social groups. With their little daughter they are very deflnltely a part o£ the life of the city, business, social, civic and sports. Weber is local agent for the Buick, and a member of the Rotary. Pre-Natal Clinic December 23 Well Baby conferences will not be held during the month of December, on account of the holidays. January dates for the conferences will be published later. The Pre-Natal Clinic will not be discontinued, for the Stork takes no account of the holiday sea.son. The clinic will be held December 23 at the County Hospital with Dr. H. O. Cleland, Mrs. Margaret Stanley, county nurse, and Mrs. Fern Busch, Uklah school nurse, in attendance. CALPEIiA CALPELLA, Dec. 20. — Robert Sowerwine, formerly of Calpella, now engaged in farming near Grand Island, Nebraska, is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Sowerwine of this city. Robert expects to remain over the holidays, Mrs. Bert Lane of Calpella accompanied Lee Lane of Willow Creek to her home in Calpella. Mrs. Lane has been taking care of her sister, Mrs. Lee Lane. Wilbur Lane returned to Eureka with Lee to take examinations for the navy. Joy Lane, who has been staying at the home of Mrs. Mary McClellan of Ukiah during the absence of her mother, returned to her home Friday. Mrs. M. E. Sowerwine spent the week at Yorkville with her husband. Mr. Sowerwine is employed In the timber there. Mrs. Arvo Ulvlia brought her small son, Jeri-y, home from the Howard Memorial Hospital, where he was confined with pneumonia. Mrs. Ida Phillips was met in Ukiah Saturday and accompanied her daughter and son-in-law to their home in La'ytonvillc, where she will spend the holidays. Her son, Lorcn. is also expected to spend the holidays with the E. V. Snook family. "Monk" Meyers of Calpella overturned his Plymouth coupe Tuesday afternoon when he struck a slick spot and skidded into a walnut tree by the Ralph BanfiU home south of Calpella. "Monk" received minor cuts and bruises. Dr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips of Ukiah were callers in Calpella on Tuesday. Mrs. John Bakker, who has besn visiting in Loa Angeles and the bay area for the past six weeks, is home once more. Francis Hughe.s moved to Ukiah Sunday. He has lived in Calpella for a number of years. V. p. W. AuxiUary Christmas Party Plans Announced The V. P. W. Auxiliary mot last Thursday evening in regular session, Mrs. Prudence Lavlletta presiding In the absence of Mrs. Angle Wallaoh. Plans were made to hold the annual Christmas party of the Auxiliary on Friday evening, December 22, in the Veterans' Memorial hall. The party is open to V. F. W. Post and Auxlllafy members and their families, as well as to all veterans artd their families. The committee appointed for that occasion is as Tdllows: Janet Lowe .i chairman; Ethel Ruddick, Hattie Thurston, Elsie Nystrom, Lillian Tatman. Special entertainment is being planned by those In charge. Following the regular business meeting, refreshments were served by the Auxiliary, with the Post members as guests. A birthday cake was served in honor of the December birthday of Mra. Ethel Ruddick, first president of the Auxiliary. Christmas Program Of Baptist S.S. The annual Christmas entertaln- ' ment of the Baptist Sunday School will be given at the church next Friday evening at 7:30. The program will consist of music by the orchestra under the direction of Orvllle Coleman, a Christmas play written and directed by Mrs. Eibert Lane, dialogues, pantomimes, songs, recitations, readings, and monologues which the children and young people have been preparing for some time under the direction of Mrs. Leonard Brown. Santa Claus will be there, of course, with his treat for the Sunday School girls and boys. All the parents and friends are invited to come to the chuich for this enjoyable evening. SHOrPING TRIP In Uklah on a Christmas shopping expedition Saturday were yl". and Mrs. E. N. Knivlla and their three daughters of Boonvlile. Kniv­ lla, who is employed at the mill at Rockport, went to Boonville Friday where his family is domiciled and accompanied them to Ukiah Saturday. He returned to the coast mill town Sunday. TOUR SUBDIVISIONS Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hogan made a tour of the new subdivisions In the bay region last week. Hogan found progressive developments which will be incorporated in the Yokayo Heights subdivision which will be formally opened in the spring. LAYTONVILLE LAYTONVILLB, Dec. 20. — Th regular monthly meeting of tin Laytonvllle P. T. A. was held las week in the school auditorium with the president, Mrs. J. HfNeb lett, officiating. The P. T. A. Moth ersingers sang "Beautiful Night' from an adjoining room, atoyfly 9i merging to the auditorium ^nige) After this number they sang^jlkoljf Night," led by Mrs. O. H. MdNelll and accompanied by Mrs. Buby Snook at the piano. Both aongf were beautifully rendered and eiU joyed'. i :f ! The meeting was called to order by the president with a salute to the flag, followed by the P. T. A: song and community singing, of several numbers, led by Mrs. i McNeill and Miss Cavassa, acconpan- led by Mrs. Snook. Mrs. Neblett read a very Interesting poem entitled, "How to Live and Ptay with Children." Mrs. A. Harwood, program chairman, substituted as treasurer In the absence of the regular treps- urer, Mrs. Blean Branscomb. .Mrs, Snook, Miss Cavassa and Mrs. Harwood were appointed as a coofUxUt- tee to investigate the Surplus Commodities offer of foodstuffs. Committees were appointed to meet with Rev. August Harris o^.Garberville relative to establishing a church In Laytonvllle. * * * Ctaamlier of Oommerce The Laytonvllle Chamber of Commerce elected new officers for the coming year at a recent meeting. G. D. Campbell was elected president, R. L. Pedrottl vice-president, Mrs. Bernice Moehling secretary- treasurer. R. B. West. R. L. Ped­ rottl and Mrs. Moehling, were appointed OS entertainment committee. COUNCILMAN RECOVEIUNO City Councilman L. H. Foster, who has been confined to his home since Armistice Day wjth neuritis, is making a steady but slow recovery and is expected to be able to return to his place of business after the first of the year, DISPATCH CLASSIFIEDS PAY! GRANDHOT^ SAN FRANCISCO This world renowned hotel now at popular prices, located at the busiest corner of San Bhancisco, giving every service and convenience at prices heretofore unknown. Room and bath, $1.50 up. Garage service. Take any taxi, say "Grand Hotel," we pay tho fare. > • R. L. Dennen, who has been ill at his home for several months following a major operation, Is now much Improved In health. Gunderson Honored On 84th Birthday Herman Gunderson, well known resident of Redwood Valley, was honored on the occasion of his eighty-fourth birthday recently, when his daughter, Mrs. Ernest Nelson, entertained at a family dinner. Relatives present were Henry Gunderson of San Mateo, Mr. and Mrs. Adoiph Gunderson of WlUlts, Mrs. Erail Poma and daughter, Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest NeL«on, Doris and Norval Nelson. Miss Flossita Badger, whose beautiful voice has given pleasure to Ukiah friends on a number of occasions, is one of the leaders In the Community Song Fe.stival to be held at the municipal auditorium in San Francisco Christmas eve. CHRISTMAS WREATH DECORATIONS Santa says — get In the spirit of Christmas and decorate your windows, and doors with beautiful floral wrettths o f natural beauty. We've wide assortment, tow priced. K.N.HVELD '825 N. state Phone 290 < Isn't it a grand and glorious moment of tri-. umph when a Christmas gift wins instant approval.' Yes, indeed and especially when on the joyous day your gift is one of lasting worth that expresses your deepest seaiimem and thoughifulness. So it is again this year—your electrical dealer is displaying for your shopping approval a rich array of sparkling, magical, modern and useful electric appliances. There are more than a hundred smart gifts that will delight the heart, bring a sparkle to the eye and serve as a reminder of your thoughtfulness for years to come. There are electrical gifui that will help preserve youth, help make entertaining easier and more enjoyable, or the always smart and pracfical perky electric clocks or dainty lamps. Your elcctrici! dealer asks you to see the special display in hu# tlectiic appliance section—all new and fresbjy unpacked. Hememter this ye^ir.for Sma^t Giving it is Klectrical Gifts. ELECTRIC APPLIANCE SOCIETV^ of Northern California it.

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