Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on December 22, 1939 · Page 5
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Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California · Page 5

Ukiah, California
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Friday, December 22, 1939
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..SUtDAY, DECEMBER 22,1839 DISPATCH DEMOCRAT. tJKIAH. CAUFQRNIA PAGE FIVE Hi; 'Mffcp 4« ^tu. ^isM^ '^gif^-mtim*'. I Pacing A worTd of bitterness, strife and war. the joyous :, season of Chrjstnias is ushered into the world. The con- ,,.,tra8t between Ughted trees in almost every window, com- Mrt prosperity and joy, over against the trenches^ battles liathe air, on land and sea, is| — ti-agic and more marked at a ''"iteason which brings forward '' ine choice made to men two thousand years ago by the Prince of "ji/rpeace. The prayer tor peace will go up ^- from every heart In Europe, and In AMerica that prayer for other •'landa will be mingled with thank' fulness that peace still reigns in this land, at least to a greater de- 1 gtoo than In the countries beyond •the seaa. f OmUOTlAN SCIENCE CHURCH "Brealc forth Into joy, sing to' 'gbther, ye waste places of Jerusa- 'lem; for the Lord hath comforted 'his people, he hath redeemed Jer- iisailem." These words from Isaiah " cbmprlse the Golden Text to be iiBe4 Sunday, December 24. The subject of the lesson-sermon win be "Christian Science." Included among the Scriptural selections will be: "Quench not the Spirit. Despise not prophesyings. Prdve all things; hold fast that which Is good." (I Thess. 5:19-21). ' The following passage from the Christian Science textbook will also (je included: "The senses of Spirit ' abide in Love, and they demonstrate Truth and Life. Hence Christianity and the Science which • expounds it are based on spiritual uYiderstanding, and they supersede the so-called laws of matter. Jesus demonstrated this great verity." (p. 274). Indian Rancherias ^ First Sunday of month,. St. Domlnlm>, UMB at D:00 a. m.; second Sunday of month, St. Joseph's, Uamt at 9:00 a. m.; fourth Sunday of montll, St. Patrick's, Mass at 9:00 *. m. ChrtstnuM Day Albertinum Convent, 7:00 o'clock mass. St. Mary's Cathollo church, 6:30 low mass, 10:30 high mass. Calpelia Cathollo church, 9:30 mass. Hopland Parish church, 8:00 and 10:15 mass. Rancheria church, 9:15 mass. OATHOUO SERVICES Father Adrian SharicQ', Pastor Asalstants: Father Raphael Quinn, Father Roger Anderson 'Albertinum Convent—West Perk^ street, Mass at 7:00 a. m. It. Mary's Church —First and Second Sundays, Masses at 8:30 and 10:00 a. m.; other .Sundays, at 10:00 a. m. I '^CalpeUaf—Mass at 9.00 a. m. ex. I 'Mtot first Sunday, ^t. Francis Rancheria—First Sunday of the month, Mass at 10:15 a. m.; other Sundays, Mass at 9:00 a. m. State Hospital—Third Sunday of the month. Mass at 9:00 a. m. Hopland—First Sunday of the month. Mass at 9:00 a. m.', otVier Sundays, Mass at 10:15 a. m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Once again to this nation, busied for twelve months with labor, care and sorrow, now lias come the Chiistmas festival dedicated to Joy and happiness. At the Presbyterian church the Joyous festival will bo fittingly celebrated at 11:00 o'clock Sunday morning. The Daughters of Job will be the special guests of the hour and will h^o a part In the service. The following program will be rendered: Oi'gan Prelude, "Gloria in Excel- sic" by Nordman; processional, "Open the Gates of the Temple," Job's Daughters; doxology, invocation and The Gloria; the Call to Worship; hymn No. 61, "Joy to the World;" Scripture lesson, Matthew 2:1-12; anthem, "Break Forth into Joy" by Simper, double quartet; the prayer (organ moments); solo, "I Know That My Redeemer Llvcth" by Handel, Kathleen Thurston; notices and offering; hymn No. 55, "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing;" sermon, "The King of Christmas," Dr. Van der Las; hymn No. 72, "O Come All Ye Faithful;" benediction and recessional, "Onward Christian Soldiers;" organ postlude, "Nativity" by Wilson. Immediately following the sermon the Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Bradford, Errolyn Yvonnfe, will be presented for the rite of baptism. CHRISTIAN CHtTRCH The Sunday School program will be given on Friday evening at 7:30. Sunday services as follows: Bible School meets at 9:45 a. m., classes foi'--,Ul agfts; iM»rnta^ church service lit 11:00 o'clock. This will b« a Ohristmaa aervtoe. There mill be •pecita musio appropriate to the ddfcafeloil. The pastor will have as hiB •ermbh subject, "His Name Shall Be called Jeaus." The evening service will be Under the auspices of the young people of the church and will be^ln at 7:00 o'clock. thi |trc%nim will be arranged around a drkma entitled "There Is A Star." The Nativity Scene will be in pahtonillme and song, arranged by Mrs. Fred Scholl, Mrs. George Relners and Mrs. Richard Gilbert. Miss Mary Scholl will glv« the Christmas story, baaed on Scrlp- tursv Luke 2:10.- BOONVILLE PENTECOSTAl ASSEMBLY O. Akera, ViMtor Services WedneadAy and Friday evenings at T:80; Sunday School, 10 a. m., worship Hour, 11 a. m.; evangellsUc meeUng, T:M p. m. All are cordially Invited to coma and hear Ood'a word. FIRST BAFTIST CHUBCH Leonard O. Brown, Pastor Bible school 9:45 Am. Olaases (or every age. Morning worship 11:00 B. Y. P. U. 6:4t pjn. Junior, senior, and adult groups. Evening service 7:30 p.m. Song service and gospel message. Midweek prayer service and Bible study Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Come and worship with us. METHODIST CHURCH Church School at 9:4S a. m. At 11:00 o'clock it will be a Christmas service. The choir under the direction of Robert Sharp will sing two Christmas anthems. The pastor will give a Christmas sermon. Owing to Sunday evening being Christmas Eve, there will not be any Bpworth League or evening service. All people of the church are asked to attend the morning Christmas service. HOLY TRINITY Communion services in Holy Trinity church will t>e held Sunday evening, Christmas Eve, at 12:00 midnight. Preceding the communion services, Christmas carols will be sung by the vested children's choir of the church, beginning at 11:30 o'clock. Rev. E. H. Benson, rector of Holy Trinity, will give communion. COMMUNITY TREE Willits Radiates Good-will And Joy of Xmas Season WII.LITS, Dec. 20.—The city's celebration of Christmas got underway in earnest Monday night when Fred Holland and his crew of electricians put up the city's big Christmaa tree at the corner of South Main and Valley, on the Quadrio lot. The work was under thef Lions Club sponsorship. Stringers of colored lights on the city's main street were lighted for the flret time Tuesday night , and will be ablaze until Januai-y 3. Merchants put little Christmas • trees before their stores Monday and the Lions Club committee nailed redwood saplings to tnlephone poles along the "main stem." Throughout the business section, windows arc gala with Yule decorations. In the window of the R. & E, Electric Company is the silver cup the store won last year foi- , the best store decorations. Here and j^jiere In the residential section are •.lijll^autlful, lighted living trees and f rches, vying in the decorations litest. Case Dismissed ^Tho case of Howard Wilkinson, fJlged 3S, was dismissed Saturday '^*hy District Attorney James E. "!"^usch of Ukiah, for lack of evi- • fliehce. The prosecutor came from 'the county seat to assist with the city case in which Wlllilnson was charged with assault. Parents of Wilkinson, who is alleged to have hit his mother with a bottle when she remonstrated with him for swearing, refused to sweai- to the complaint against him. He former- .,ly served a 60-day sentence in the jCounty Jail and was held here in Hho city jail pending the trial Saturday. • » • Repair Job Carl Roberts, Willits contractor, and a rrew of men have started the repal) Job on' the roof of the new American Legion building. The Job will cost $400, It is estimated. Bids on reconditioning the building, which is the abandoned state highway headquarters, will be opened January 2. It will run to $8000. • * ' • MiU Men K. O. Larson and son Carl, and partners. Milt Bynum and Bert Conn, stopped briefly In Willits on Friday. The party of mill men from Auburn had the last load of machinery for the new mill they are ^erectitig at Thome in Humboldt TCounty. They expect to start operations the first of the year and will cut timber purchased from the War'•en Timber Company through Boi-- num Brothers of Eureka. * ' • • • Sohoolri Oloso Wllllts schools closed Dectinber •'20, to be closed until January 2. Final activities in the Junior high school were the operetta, "Dickens' Chrlstmac Carol," given Tuesday night, and a program Wednesday afternoon at the giammar school. Both were well attended. • « • Standley Rites Born at Dos Rios more than half n century ago, Mrs. Josephine Shore Standley was buried Tuesday from the L. P. Anker Mortuaiy. The Rev. Chester L. Buckner of the Methodist church officiated. Surviving relatives are Fred Lee Standley, whom she married in 1912; a son, Fred Lee Standley, Jr.; other children, James W. Standley, Rosie and Ludle Lois, «11 of WU- lils, and a daughter, Mrs. Regina Vogt of Jackson Valley, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Clara Ellen Vinton' of Willits; brothers, Sam W. Shore of Chico and Lew A. Shore of Oakland. .Stur Installs Willits Eastern Star installed with impressive ceremony Saturday evening in the Masonic hall. Mrs. O;-- letta Nelson became worthy matron. The event was colorfyl with the women wearing formal frocks and with glfl-s of flowers. • * » The Rev. Chester Buckner was presented a gift of a desk calendaj- by young Methodists at their Christmas party Sunday night in the Fred Hamilton home. The Rev. John Wllklns, conference head of Methodjam, spoke after the Pfnny-Bank Dinner at the church Monday evening. He heard informal reports showing a successful year foi- the local church. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Davis and daughter Phyllis, of Uklah, were guests Saturday and .Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Corbett, Jr., and family. Joe Lopez of South Main street reported to the police Tuesday the loss of his purse containing $85.00. He had the wallet Monday night, he stated, but missed It Tuesday morninj;, ATTEND D. A. R MEET Mrs. S. S. Blankenshlp and her daughter, Mrs. Marvin Romer, motored to Santa Rosa Tuesday where they attended the Christmas meeting of the D. A. R., of which Mrs. Blankenship is a member. The meeting was held in the benutlful new home of Mrs. Mead Clark In Rlnkon Valley. It was Annual Election of Ukiah Gransre Held Wayne P. Burke was re-elected to the position of Worthy Master, Ukiah Grange, at the annual election held Friday evening in Steiert hall. The staff elected to serve with Burke Is as follows: Overseer, Prank Hubbard; lecturer, Margie Jamison; steward, George Butler; assistant steward, Ralph BanflU; chaplain, Maxine Brown; treasurer, Carroll Weeks; secretary, Ella Butler; gate keeper, Ernest Humphrey; Ceies, Wllma Lawler; Po niona, Elsie Humphrey^ Flora, Evelyn Shupe; lady assistant steward, Catherine Banflll; pianist, Amanda Burke; executive committeeman, Hanby Ford; home economics committee chairman, Verda Swim; music chairman, Hanby Ford. Installation will be held during January. SILVERWARE ROBERTS t BOWERS guest day and there were about 50 members In attendance, with as many guests. Mrs. Romer contributed a piano number to the program. Refreshments were served. The Uklah women made the trip to Santa RoSa in their new automobile. Son of iudffe Falk Of E)ureka Opens Offil^liHer^ lUreka iS ^i^^ ^ranBlaco, announces that his new offioes as an attorney Mid octUnaeior it liiw will he located on the iroUnd floor of the PI'eetoh Building in t^klalT^ . Attorney Faik Is a gra^iuilie of Kiireka high school, tfe attended liumboldt State Collelte ahd graduated from Hastings bbliege df tiiiw. HUUngs waa tii« Aitt law tehdol to bo established west of the Misklsstppt; HasUnftH (s the law college of the UnlVenlly bf Cili- fiirhle, and th^refoM S%llt hildl tits iigre^ in laW ttom the tat'tiir aohooL y^ie is the son of Superior judge £tarry W. Folk of Humboldt county, a man famed throughout the state for his legal knowledge and ablllt^ Judge Falk once declined an appointment to the Appellate Court. Falk is' interested in politics, having been active in several campaigns of significant state and national importance. He is also quite sports minded: he plays golf, tennis, and hunts and fishes. In 1938 Falk was elected senior- councilor for the Associated De- Molay Chapters of northern California and Nevada. That position is the second highest office which a DeMolayan can hold; and la a position to which over 50,000 DeMolay- ans are eligible. Falk declined, under pressure of business, to take the next highest step which would have automatically made him the highest office holder In this area. Falk practices before all the courts In California, and before the United States District Court As attorney for a number of radio stations, he has applied tor his admission to practice before the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, D. C. Dr. Lynn T. White Bring Christmas Message Ukiah Rotary Club held their Christmas meeting Tuesday with an outstanding program, of which Ruel Stickney was chairman. Dr. Lynn T. White of Son Anselmo was speaker, his topio being, "Olfts for Our Neighbors' Christmas Trees," bringing out the fact that worldly gifts were unessen- tUtl and that tolerance, love, friendship and good-will make this world a better place In which to live. Everett Foster of Santa Rosa sang two beautiful Christmas numbers, accompanied by Mrs. Foster at the piano; and a quartet composed of'Robert Sharp, W. T. Patton, Will Van Dyke and Jack Goudge sang Christmas carols, with the assemblage Joining in "Holy Night." Mrs. Katherlne Harvery accompanied. Father Celestine Quinlan was welcomed back to the club after several months' absence in Ireland. Visitors, in addition to the Rotary Anns, Included Mrs. White; William Hackemeyer, Cloverdale; Mr. and Mrs. William Briggs, Miss Esther Redwlne, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Eversole, Father Adrian Sharkey, Dr. and Mrs. H. O. Cleland, Harold Fulkerson, Miss Nina Banker, Dr. Van der Las. Mrs. E. L. Albertson won a turkey door prize. The Canton room was beautifully decorated for the occasion. Lon Gibson presided. FRACTURED COLLAR BONE X ^Wrs. J. E. Johnson of Redwood Valley sustained a fractured left collar bone Monday afternoon about five o'clock, when she slipped and fell from the porch of her home onto wet pavemei^ Dr. L K. Van Allen reduced the fracture at his office, and Mrs. Johnson returned home that evening. • Mrs. Betty Harris and Miss Edna Stitt of Oakland will come to Uklah Saturday to be guests in the home of County Treasurer and Mrs. D. C. Smith until after Chrismas. Information Department For Quick Results PHONE 23-J GARAGE Authorized Buick sales and service. All makes cars given expert and prompt attention. GMC trucks. U. S. Tires. A trial will satisfy you. WEBIHI BUICK CO., 209 South School St. 713 INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS OccidenL^l Life Insurance Company — local agency. Life, accident, sickness, annuities. Let us help you get protection. FRED A NASSIE, 111 West Perkins St., Ukiah. 168W JEWELRY ' GIFTS -REPAIRS A fine selection of diamonds, watches and jeweb-y. Also a nice selection of inexpensive gifts and party prizes. We maintain one of the finest watch re- r ir departments. Repair work guaranteed. ROBERTS BOWERS, 106 West Standley St., Ukiah, Calif. TYPEWRITERS | AQO Woodstock Typewriter Agency, Frank B. IVOfci Temea, factory representative, 136 Kentucky St.. Petaluma, phone 1082. All makes, standard and portable, sold, rented, repaired, exchanged. Adding machines handled. Word left with Redwood Journal will reach us. at You Are Helping oh the Road to-^ WHEN . ; . You Subscribe or Renew Your Subscription to The Redwood Journal or -Dispatch Democrat from Any One of the Workers Entered in the "Scholarship Plan'' Campaign of These Two Papers — SELECT . . . A Favorite from the List of Workers Below and . SUBSCRIBE! 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Ukiah 828,000 Lorraine Hopper, Hppland 341,600 Melba Locchesl, Taimage 839,200 Angle Martinelli, Ukiah 300,200 Marjorie Lowrey, Ukiah 54^000 Cleo Ford, Uklah 295,900 Joanne Grothe, Ukiah 287,000 Eda Fra<*liia, Bt. 2, Ukiah 301,700 DISTRICT NUMBER 2 BUSINESS COLLEGE DIVISION Dolores Peterson, Point Arena 860,000 Ina Ball, Fort Bragg 888,000 BEAUTY SCHOOL DIVISION Johanna Gui»ti, Elk 98,000 Ferne Hentilpy, Fort Bragg 64,000 Patsy Portions, Mendocino . 48,000 DISTRICT NUMBER 3 BUSINESS CXtLLEGE DIVISION Theodora Carmen Jones, Willits 185,000 Loma Taamas, WllUts 179,000 Phyllis Cromwell, Itedwood VaUey 190,000 Ted Xomgren, Redwood Valley 195,000 BKAUTV SCHOOL DIVISION Thelma M. Ferguson, Willits 215.<M»0 Marrion Page, Wilms 164,(M»0 Ida Ma<' Yates, Covelo 180,0(10 11. lU' l^ard, VutUr VaWvy 22.S,000 f3SgtffzsQfSJ®f®®.Sfe rffi'run-Oi .tSTiC- ic rft iQi iriA tis., ni Si iffi iu; M 2.V/ uswj

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