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">f.'->,'«m PAGE FOUR bISPATCH DEMOCRAT. UKIAH. CALIFORNIA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29. 1939 WOMEN'S SOCIAL AND CLUB JEAN MARIE KINSLER • SOCIETY EDITOR NEWS Romance Told In Home Circle Christmas Eve Fortnal announcement of the engagement of Elbcrta Manklns and Carl Oaubeneck was made Christmas Eve at the home of the brlde- olcct's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Manklns, where a beautiful diamond ring was one of the gifts on the Christmas tree. The announcement does not come as a surprise to the many friends ol the young people, both ol whom arc well known. Miss Manklns is the older daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Manklns and a granddaughter of the late Mrs. Dora Mankins and Mrs. M. J. Johnson of L>ake county. She la a descendant of two of the pioneer families of northern California. Carl H. Daubencck Is assistant ca-ihier of the Savings Bank of Mendocino County and president of the Sonoma Chapter of the American Institute of Banking. Both young people are graduates ot the local high school. Miss Mankins and Mr. Daubeneck are watching the progress of a now home which is under construction at Spring and Perkins street. It is a five-room rambler Hoor plan of early California architecture. The wedding will follow the completion of the home. Miss Marjorie Carpenter of Petaluma and William Rccd oC Santa Rosa, friends of the local young people, an;iounced their engagement also on Christmas Eve. The two couples will celebrate the event and welcome in tholr wedding year at the St. Francl.s Hotel in San Francisco. P. T. A. Arranges Dance for High School Youths Stanley Reas to Hold Open House New Year's Eve Extending to Joseph Rca a charming welcome home. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Rea have Invited a group of young people to a New Year's Eve open house in their homo on Barnes street. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shepard of San Francisco, .slstoi' and brother of Mrs. Rea, will be guests at the open house and Mrs. S. L. Rca will join the young people during the evening. JOHOph Rea, one of the most popular of all llkinh'ii young people, is home for the Christmas holidays fi'om Montreal, where ho is a student at McGiil College. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Rea established their new homo in IJkiah the past summer and huvn become an intpresit- ing addition to tlie younger mur- iled group in local circles. The home will carry a holiday setting for the New Year's Eve reception and 15M0 will bo ushered in amid happiness and good wishes. Season's Greetmsrs to Be Extended at Toitiaerry Party in Lawsoit Hoirte One of the largest and most ^au^iftiUy appointed of the New Year's parties will claim as host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lawson. With the Chriatmas greeting frofti the Lawsons to their friends wtts an invitation to exteiid the season's greetings at a Tomf and Jerry party. More than 100 guests have been Invited to extend the New Year's greeting with Tom and Jerry, Fiiday evenlrig, December 29, between the hours of 6:(K) and 10:00 p. m. Friends at the reception will have the pleasure of meeting Mr. and Mrs. William Crawford of Los Angeles, who came to Ukiah for the Christmas festivities and will be entertained in the Lawson homo over the New Year. Miss Virginia Wolf will assist Mrs. Lawson in receiving and entertaining the guests. The Lawson home was the scene on Christmas Day of a family gathering which Included Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hlatt of Cloverdale, father and mother of Mis. Lawson, Mrs. Cllf Newman of San Francisco, a sister of the hostess, Mr. and Mrs. William Crawford of Los Angeles, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hiatt and two daughters of Healdsburg. Within the year now passing the Lawsons have taken possession of the new home on Holden street. In which they will receive the New Year guests. Candle Light Wedding on Xmas Day Mothers Spend Xmas In Sons' Homes Mothers will triivel many miles to spend Christmas with their children and grandchildren. Mr.s. Elizabeth Sharp made the trip from Lo.f Angeles to enjoy Christmas Day with hur son, Robert Sharp, and his family. Another son, M. W. Sharp of Modesto, and family, also came to Uklah for the day, arriving Saturday night and departing Monday. Mrs. Johanna Chri.stensen of Ferndale, mother of Elmer Christensen, was a Christmas guebt in the home of her son, and an honored gueat at the Christmas celebration. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Snyder were members of tliis Christmas group. Mrs, Snyder is a daughter of Mrs. Chrlstensen. Norwegfian Xmas Observed by Gundersons Twenty-one members of the Oun- derson clan gathered around the festive board nn Christma.s Eve at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nelson in Rcuiwood Valley. Gifl.^ were opened around a lighted tree \ who is in training as a m.rse in United in Marriagre By Rev. Doak In the late afternoon of the day after Christmas, two young people from Lakeport took the solemn vows of mati'imony in the home of Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Doak, Rev. Doak pronouncing the marriage ceremony. Merlon Ashley Treat and Miss Laila Helen Coutts were united in marriage, following which the bride and groom returned to Lakeport where a wedding supper was served at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Coutts. Mr. Treat is in the employ of Ashley Nell Doak in Lakeport and the new home will be established there. Miss Margaret Coutts, a sister of the bride, was her only attendant. Mr. Treat has been in California for about two years, coming here from Kansas. The bilde Is a popular Lakeport girl and both have friends who extend cordial good wishes for happiness. A New Year's dance for high school young people is announced by P. T. A. In the auditorium of the municipal clubhouse Friday night, January 5th, froi.a 8:00 to 11:00 o'clock. Pacini's orchestra will play for the dancing. An admission of ten cents will be charged to cover the expense of music. The committee in charge of the first of a series of dances, If the initial dance proves successful, includes Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Pearl, Mr. and Mrs. John Maaon, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Buhn, Mrs. James Scott. The success of the dances arranged for grammar schSol children has influenced P. T. A. in planning series for high school students. Whether the seriep will be carried out depends upon the interest shown by the young people in the first donee. Davis Family Members Home For Christmas Three branches of the W. K, Dnviii family returned to celebrate Chriatmns in the home of the grand |)Hrents. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Schilder and daughter, Koren, Mr. and Mrs. James Crosby, bride and groom of a few months, ail of Sacramento, and Mr. and Mrs, James Williams of Hopland came to Ukiah for the two-day celebration in the Davis home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Porter and their son, David, plan to spend the New Year with Mr. and Mrs. Davis. Mrs. Porter was Jean Davis and the homo ij; in Sacramento. Hansens in S. F. To Spend Xmas With Daughter Becnuae their daughter, Miss Marion, could not como home for Christmas. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Han- Hcn packod their Christmas gift and thf* turkey and went to San Francisco. The Christmas festivities there were hold in the homo of Mrs. Hanson's sistnr. Mrs. T. H. Clancy, and Mrs. Chnrlotto Johanson, Mrs. Hansen's mother, was a guest of honor at the holiday feast. Miss Marion, Miss Tatman Hostess To College Group A Christmas dinner party which brought together college students and Uklah friends was presided over by Miss Mildred Tatman last Thursday at the A. L. Tatman home on Mill street. Santa Claus and his reindeer were prominent objects in the decoration scheme of the holiday table and the home was gay and festive in its Christinas array. Miss Mildred's guests included Carol Kasch, Betty and Tom Wylie, Arzello Dennen, Arden Gibson, Morgan Ruddick, Bill Prather. Cards and dancing were enjoyed by the young people following the dinner hour. Wl W I BAPTISM BITES Errolyn Yvonne, Infant daughter of Ml', and Mrs. Errol Douglas Bradford, was baptized Sunday following the Christmas services at the Presbyterian church, by Dr. Dr, Richard A, Van der Las, Relatives and friends gathered for the happy occasion. The little lady was attractively attired in a hand-made dress, made by the paternal grandmother, Mrs. C. W. Bradford, 16 years ago for her grandson, Bradford Scott, when he was presented for the rites of baptism. Mrs. Clara Compton of San Francisco Is the maternal grandmother and Miss Eiiamao Compton and Mrs. Bessio Scott of Ukiah are aunts of the baby. Following the ceremony relatives and friends gathered at the Bradford home on Grove street where dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Russell, Mary McMinan and Herman Anderson of Napa were guests of the Bradfords on Monday, ffl ffl In the light of Christmas candles and the soft glow of flrollght, Miss Hoion Lenor HoudcshcII and John Hunt Taylor took the solemn vows which united them in marriage. At twilight on Christmas Day In a home which carried holiday decorations, wreaths of holly, silver bells and lighted white tapers. Rev. Mark Pike road the marriage service in the presence of famlty members and close friends of the bride and groom,* in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brioe E. Houdeshell. Carrie Jacobs Bond's marriage song, "I Love You Truly," was sung by Louisa Hinds, accompanied by Vorl Bailey, who followed wjth the stirring strains of the. IlK )hengrin Wedding March. The bride, a beautiful girl, was never more beautiful than in her wedding gown of white mousseline de soi, with its high waistline and full, graceful skirt. A flnger length veil, circled with pearls, was worn over the head and face. The bridal bouquet was bouvardia and white carnations. Mrs. Glenn Marshall, was her sister's only attendant and Boyd Brown assisted the groom. The matron of honor wore a powder blue silk voile adorned with a cot- sago of pink rosebuds. A wedding supper followed the home ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor spent their hdneymoon in San Francisco and were guests in the Houdeshell home Thursday enroute to their new home in Areata. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Taylor of Areata, who were guests at the Christmas wedding. He is a student at Humboldt SUte College where his bride will also enroll the coming semester. UBRARy XMAS PARTY THRILLS KIDDIES 'At Eventide,' Unique Greeting From the Muirs Christmas customs,of <Jilferent nations were told in story and costume at the Children's Library Christmas Party Thursday afternoon. Reading from left to right, standing: Patsy Pike, Janet Fracchia, Wallace Mitchell, Carol May Mitchell, Betty Mae Smith, Donald Tracy, Mary Ann Nielsen, Betty Enright, Francine DouglasB, Claire Purdy, Billy Montgomery, EHoise Wada, Lenita Hughes; seated, Jerry Nishida, Wanda Carter, Neville Carter, AUce Goudge, Gay Hampton. Mrs. Margaret Thomas is librarian. nisPA'rcH-nRMocH.VT i>iioTn HURCHSERyiCeS Baby Is Center of Romer Family Reunion A family reunion brought together on last Sunday four generations of the Romer family for Christmas festivities which lasted until the following Tuesday at the Arthur Romer home, five miles south of Ukiah. There were present Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Rose, great-grandparehts, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Romer, grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs. John Parducci and their four-months-old son, Richard John, who alone represented the fourth generation and therefore took on the dignity of the guest of honor. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Miller of Oakley, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Newell of Richmond, and their children, Orpha and Jimmie, and Lllo and Mae Romer of Ukiah. This was the first family gathering of the Romers here for more than six years and the occasion was enjoyed to the fullest extent and extended until the last possible moment, with feasting and reminiscing to help pas.'? the happy hours. WED IN RKNO following a dinner .served in traditional Norwegian style. Meats, llsh and ciikea prepared from recipes which have been in use by the family for gcnei-citions were sei-vod. Those priwcnt included Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Oundoraon and family of Willits, Mr. and Mrs, H. McGarland and family of Napa. Herman Gunderson, the daughter and pati'iurchul grandfather, Mi', and Mrs, Emil Poma. the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. E, M, Nelson and f.-imily, anil Mr. and Mrs, Melvln Butfihcr and Mr.s. Butcher, Sr., ot Willits, RB— • — m NKW YKAll GUESTS -r* Mrs, A. ClosLs ha.i the pleasure of entertaining this week friind.^ from Sterling City nnd Santa Barbara. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rowley and baby daughter. Alberta, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Laui)pe and d.iughter, Laverne. of Snnta Barbara, camo to IJkiah early in the week and will be hole to welcome in the New Year. DI.SPATCH CLASS1FXED.S PAY! Mt. Zion hospital, was on Christmas Day leave and spent the day with the family. Dr, and Mrs. Hansen went to the city Sunday night, returning Tuesday morning. Ranch Home Echoes To Holiday Joy The country homo of Mr. and Mrs. F. C, Ruil, north of Ukiah, re- ."Joundod Christmas Day with the meriy voice.^! of the Christmas group, Mr, and Mrs, R, A. DcBow of Ouklnnd were homo with their anr. a !ii', (inu^'iitrr, and Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Bull, al.so of Oakland, were nieniliurs; ot tlui family group. Miss Florence Bull a.sslsted her mother in pntortaining the guests from out ot town. Donald Bull was unable to come to Ukiah for the ChrLstmaa oelohration. it is an annu;il custom that Mr. and Mra, F. C. Bui! have the children and grandchildren home for Christ nuiH and sponii New Year's In the bay region with them. m H Surprising their friends. Miss Roberta Runkel, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Runkel, and Loren Hunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hunt, went to Reno where they were united in marriage Friday, December 22. The wedding was disclosed to members of the two families on Christmas Day at dinner in the home of the Gordon Hunts at Mill Bank. The bride Is a senior in Ukiah Union high school and Hunt is associated with his father in the lumber industry. riONEER FAMILY Members of the Taylor family gathered Sunday for the Christmas observance at the home of Misses Nettle and Pearl Taylor. Mrs. Mayme Taylor and Wakefield Taylor were here from the bay region and Ml-, and Mrs. John W. Taylor and son were also guests. The John W. Taylors were part of the group Monday at the Christmas gathering In the Arthur Stipp home. Mrs. Taylor is the former Barbara Stipp. m Bf I NEW YEAR'S GUESTS | m '« Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Milln have tho iileasure of entertaining this week Mrs. Fannie Mills of Mai-ys- vllle, mother of Frank Mills, and his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold L Mills and their two children from Reno. The Marysvllle and Reno guests arrived Tuesday and will be here to welcome In the New Year. • Mr. and Mi's. P. W. Gordon of Hopland wore among the shoppers in Ukiah Wednesday. Three Younjar Couples Return for Xmas Celebration The "children" came home for Christmas and the V. W. Church residence reflected the holiday spirit with three young married couples returning to the family homo for tho holiday celebration around the Christmas tree and at the Christmas table. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. WInfred Church came from the bay region; Arthur Bond of San Jose, a brother of Mr. Church, joined tho group, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ford and young son of Ukiah wore guests. Mrs. Wilson was the former Irma Church and Mrs. Ford was Lorena before her marriage. The out-of-town guests arrived Saturday and returned home Christmas night SI ffl I FAADLY GATHERING I ffl ffl The Mark Eglin home in Ukiah was the gathering point of the members of that pioneer family. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Partridge and daughter, Peggy, came from Scotia, W. F. Gilliam from Oakland, Emmctt Scott from Vallejo, and Mr. and Mrs. Abbott Scott from Madera. ffil a VKUH OOSFEL TABERNACLE Barnes & Smith Sta. Robert E. Ray. Minister Sunday services: Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.; morning worship at 11:00 o'clock; evening evangelistic service at 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting on Tuesday at 7:30; young people's service on Thursday at 7:30. Monday, New Year's Day, the District Fellowship meeting of the Mendocino and Lake counties district will be held at the Ukiah Gospel Tabernacle. There will be an afternoon service at 2:30 and an evening service at 7:00 o'clock. The Christ's Ambassadors organization of the district will have the direction of the preliminary part of the evening service. Interesting reports will be given and visiting ministers will bring the afternoon and evening messages. A cordial invitation is extended to the public to attend these services. 10 a. m., worship hour, 11 a. m.; evangelisUo meeting, 7:30 p. m, All are cordially invited to come and hear God's word. METHODIST CHURCH Marie Pike, Ph. D., Minister Church School at 9:45 a. m. Sermon at 11:00 o'clock, "Facing the Sunrise of 1940." Special music by the choir. 6:45 p. m.—Epworth League. •7:30 p. m.—New Year's Eve candle-light service. Wednesday afternoon, 2:30— Prayer and Bible study. CATHOLIO SERVICES Father Adrian Sharkey, Pastor Assistants: Father Raphael Quinn, Father Roger Anderson Aibertinum Convent—West Perkins street. Mass at 7:00 a. m. St. Mary's Church — First and second Sundays, Masses at &:30 and 10:00 a. m.; other .Sundays, at 10:00 a, m. Coipeila—Mass at 9:00 a. m. except first .Sunday. St. FrancLs Ranchoria—First Runday of tiie month, Ma .s3 nt 10:15 a. m.| other Sundays, Mass at 0:00 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.; other Sundays, Mass at 10:15 a. m. Indian Rancherias — First Sunday of month, St. Dominim's, Mass at 9:00 a. m.; second Sunday of month, St. Joseph's, Mass at 9:00 a. m.; fourth Sunday of month, St. Patrick's, Mass at 9:00 a. m. IN MARTINEZ HOME ffl m Members of the Joseph Cunningham family gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Huguet in Martinez for the Christmas celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Fll- ben of Pittsburg came to Ukioh and accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McGlll and children and Mrs. Geraldine Grant to Martinez. S ftl OUT OF TOWN GUESTS There were guests from out of town greeted at the Christmas Day dinner in the home of Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Doak. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peterson and son of College City, Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Neil Doak and family of Lakeport, and Miss Audrey Dook who Is home for the holidays from San Jcae State College. CHRISTIAN CHURCH W. Theo-dore Matlock, Pustor Bible School begins at 9:45 a. m., classfs for all ages. Morning church service at 11:00 o'clock. At this .service the pastor will have as his sermon subject, "Entering the New Year With Christ." Evening service at 7:30. The sermon subject will be, "At the Forks of the Road." The Christian Endeavor service will be after church soi-vices. Wednesday evening Bible class meets at 7:30. We are studying "God's Plan of the Ages." A hearty welcome awaits you at all these services. BOONVnXE PENTECOSTAI. ASSEMBI.T O. Akers, Faator Services Wednesday and Frld«> evenings at 7:30; Sunday School, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH A lesson-sermon will l}e read on Sunday, December 31, on the subject, "Christ Jesus." The Golden Text will be: "I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life." (John 8:12. Bible selections will include the following passages from Isaidh 8:2-6 (to first :): "The people that walked in darkness have seen a great light: they that dwell in the land of the shadow of death, upon them hath tho light shined. . . For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: . . ." A passage from the Christian Science textbook will, also be included, which reads as follows: "Jesus' spiritual origin and understanding enabled him to demonstrate the facts of being,—to prove irrefut- .ibly how spiritual Truth destroys material error, hcaia sickness, and overcomes death." (p. 315). FIRST BAPTI.S 'r CHURCH Leonard G. Brown, Pastor Bible school 9:46 am. Classes for every age. Morning worship 11:00 a.m. B. Y. P. U. 6:48 p.m. 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. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Richard A. Van der Las, D. D., Minister Church School session at 9:45. Morning worship at 11:00 o'clock. We are on the borderland between the old year and the new. Coming to the last Sunday of the old and facing the untried new, wo should be in a bit more solemn mood than on ordinary Sundays. As we ring out the old and ring in the new. Dr. Van der Las will bring to his people a special mossage, taking for his subject, "A Child's Definition of Memory." Someone has written the following beatitude: "Blessed is the man who has cultivated a good forget- tery." Let us think about some of the things we ought to forget as we pass into the New Year of 1940. Everybody most cordially welcomed. MARRIAGE LICENSES HUNT-RUNKEL.—At Reno, Nev., December 23, to Loren Hunt, 23, and Roberta Runkel, 18, both of Ukiah. NELSON-LIPSCOMB. — At Reno, Nev., December 26, to Harold Nelson, 34, and Shirley Lipscomb, 23, both of Willits. PLUTH-HULL. — At Reno, Nev., December 26, to Chester Pluth, 24, Clear Lake Oaks, and Anna B. Hull. 24. Garberviile. CASTEEL - MCDONNELL. — Roy Casteei, 23, Fort Bragg, and Dorothy McDonnell, 19, Caspar. ffl • Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Powers ot San Jose were her'? Saturday and Sunday visiting Mrs. Powers parents. Dr. and Mrs. L. K. Van Alien. Mrs. Powers Is the former Ruth Van Allen. • Cleveland Hopkins, a civil engineer with P. G. & E. at Richmond, was home to spend Christmas with his father, C. B. Hopkins. The two men were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dowlen. GRAND HOTEL I SAN FRANCISCO J This world renowned hotel |:: now at popular prices, locat- < ed at the busiest corner of g San Francisco, giving every !j| service and convenience at g prices heretofore unknown, m Room and bath, $1.50 up. Gar- ^ age sei-vice. Take any taxi, :^ say "Grand Hotel," w o pay ^ tho fare. ' - i New Operator at Artistic Salon Marjorie Knudsen Eversole has joined the staff of operators at the Artistic Beauty Salon, according to the proprietor, Florence Hildreth Smith. The new operator is a graduate of the Don Lux Academy and has been associated with beauty salons in , Palo Alto, San Francisco and Santa Rosa. Mrs. Eversole is a Ukiah girl and the wife of Stuart Eversole. , WED AT PARSONAGE Two holiday weddings were solemnized the past week by Rev. Mark Pike at the parsonage. Claud Simons and Belle Scott of Potter Valley were united in marriage Tuesday morning, and on Saturday Cecil Bell and Wilhelmina Holtz took tho vows of matrimony from Rev. Pike. • Miss Georgiana Elliott camo to Ukiah Friday to spend Christmas with her mother, Mrs. Marion Elliott, at the Palace Hotel. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Henrjlf B. Muir of Willits have received unique and beautiful Christmas cards. Friends of the popular pioneer couple all over the state have been remembered by Mr. and Mr^ Muir, certainly one of the moir widely, known of Uendoctnn county families. The card itself has been carefully planned and thoughtfully executed—a folder of substantial material, with the season's greetings and a portrait of Mr. and Mrs Ktllr occupyhig the two inside pages. The portrait shows Mr. and Mrs. Muir beside the open flropiace :n their Willits home. The scone Is confined to the splendid appointments of just sufficient of the interior to include the pictures of Mi. and Mrs. Muir, seated at opposite sides of the fireplace; tranquil, and serene in the knowledge of the years ot their lives spent in efforts for the betterment of their friends and neighbors. The text of the greetings is typical. It says: "At Eventide . . . Season's Greetings, 1939 . . Best Wishes from Emma C. Muir and Henry B. Muir . . . Born 'n California, 1859 . . . Married at WllUta March 15, 1883" The scores of friends of Mr. and Mrs. Muir will treasure this 3CB- son's Greetings among their price possessions and hope for many more years In which to enjoy the blessings of their friendship. CAESARIAN BIRTH Grace Marie Posaterl,'seven and a half pound daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Posaterl, was born at Ukiah General Hospital Thursday morning ot a Caesarian delivery. Dr. L. K. Van Allen, assisted by Dr. H. O. Cleland, was the attending physician. The little one's father is engineer at the Aibertinum school, and she is the Arst child in the family. CHRISTMAS DINNBR • * Miss Alice Mewhinney was a guest at a very happy Christmaa dinner with relatives in Potter Valley, in the W. S. Shoemaker home. Robert K. Shore was an -0 other guest of Mr. and Mrs. Shoe* maker. SKI CLUB MEEl^NO A meeting will be held this Thursday evening of the Lake County Ski Club at the Upper Lake high school at eight o'clock. Invitation to attend the meeting Is general as the purpose is the discussion of |)lanB for this winter's snow sports at Deer Valley. FOR YEARS TO COME mm Qulek-ftcflng LOW COST ELECTRIC HEAT Handy heat in a hurry to warm up a cold spot quickly, safely and cheaply now and for many years to come... that's portable electric heat. In every home there is need for this handv heat in bathroom, breakfast, bea- roon],sewing room or den. 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