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^ biSPAMr DEMOCRAT. •ViiroAy, FBBRtTARV 13, ,1948 O.E.S. TO HONOR •'^^ MRS. GRACE FOSTER > The Order of Eastern Star wlll^f have a • potluok dinner for th6ip# next meeting on February 1^ which will be in honor of the deputy grand matron upon fier official visit to the order. She is Mrs, Gr,ac,e Foster ^qf Ta).ma|e. On thishight the cliajitei' Wlii exemplify, tlve' wortt pi the Eastern Star for Mi-s. Foster. The (^ohimittee in charge of arrangements has Mrs.- Irene Hamil- tdh as chfiinisn vi'lth Mrs. Anna Knighten, Mrs. Loretta Ornbaun, Percy Ombaiin, iVirs. Vjeima Gibson, Mi's. Margaret Byrnes, Lloyd Hamlin,, Mrs. Ida Hughes, :Pierce Stipp, Mts. Jewyl Stipp.and Judge ^Lilburn Gibson. ^WOMEN'S SOCIAL AND CLUB NEWS 5 Doium Lee Couch, B Robt. Wilson Wed Legion A.uxiliary Has Ho|plancl Unlf ill s, a Wt ho nig le cm hi) on , I ivi 01 ,n; I t so I • oi nc •o h it at •d. I id I'd •d 3e th 6 H d" 'Ij 111' 'i The marriage or Miss Donna I.,oe Couch and Robert "Wilson on Saturday, FebrUary i, .came as a surprise to their many friends in yiclkh. It v/ns a simple bjit bfeawtltul v/dciding in the, home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Violet Coudi, (ri the Lo£o,n tr.act. Tlie ceremdhy was road in the living room and unfier a canopy bdiJt between two windows and exteriding out in front of the piano. .The couple stood there under a big white wedding bell, while Dr. Richard Van der Las read the wedding csi-emohy. Tlio bride was beautiful in a white satin gown with high neclc, long sleeves fastened into a two- inch cuff, with a fitted bodice and a full sltirt. She wore a three- quarter, length veil held in place with a crown of pearls. Miss Couch is described as a graceful brunette with darlc eyes, and was a beautiful bride. She was attended only by her aunt,. Mrs. Irene McGowan of Oakland. i The bride's brother, Dale Gibbs, stood with the groom. After the wedding there was a reception at the Couch home, during whtch the young couple slipped away on a honeymoon trip with destination unknown. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs, Clelis Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dickerson, Miss Joyce Kayea, Miss Patricia Tierney, Jim Garaventa and Donald Higginson, O.R.C. Group Hear Talk On Germanj^ The second meeting of the Officers'- peserve Corps was in Legion hall - Mopday evepTfig' at 8 o'clock. This gr'Jiip was organized last month, and is known as Ulciah SiilJ-ilirbup,- 652nd Organized Bd- serve '.Coniposite Group. It will 'me'e,t'th6 fitst, Monday night of each, mdnth. ' biilcers from I^akeport, Lbwer Lak^^i; KelseyV.lUe, - AVlliits ,and UkiaH ^ere pr^ent at the meeting. ; 'The' program .consisted of a taIk' oil iS^rirjanj' by' CSptain John JB. , Petebn, unit in4ti*uctor and organizer, and a piptiire of-the cooperation betweeh the arnjyj nayy/ m,6riries arid air corps-in the Pai cifJc. Burnaim Hcryford, of the , cdurityf:'sciiodl Superiht^ndenl's of' f ice assisted by bringing the pro- je'>tor and actins ss Droiectibhist; it was leariied that (Efrilisted men 6f the first three grades have op- portimity of becoming offtcere in' the 6.B.G., by making appHpatibn for membership in the corps and taking extension cbutse regarding the diitles of offic6i's, AdditionalviBformatiph'oan be .had by wriling' to tiie Unit In- struotor, B,ooin 206 Poulsen Bldg., 328 A St., Santa flosa. Ukiah's Piquant Bride, Jacqueline Hogan DON HIGGINSON IS GUEST OF HONOR Dessert Party To Raise Club Funds The evening of February 17 has been set aside by many for the dessert card party tliat the Satur- d,1y Afternoon Club wUl give at their ciub building beginning at 7:30 p.m. Tables will be set to accommodate as many kinds of card gam^is as reservations are requested. It has been ..suggested that those in- tfefested will make up their tables, or if fhey prefer just go and fill in any gani£3 they most enjoy. Mi's. Dick Mazzoni is in charge of the Committee and she is being assisted by Mrs. k. N. Farns- Worth and liiirrs. Leslie Larson. Sclme of the games named as Tha above group parlioipated in the initiation and insfnUalicm > of members and officers in Ihe new unit of American Legidii Auxiliary St their first mealing on Thursday, February 5. Reading left Jo right in the back row: Mrs. Doris Dawe, Mrs. Anne McMillan, Mrs. Dorothy .Buchanan, Mrs. Edna Harpe, Mrs. Heleii Taylor, Mrs, Olive Malone and Mrs. Bessie Zanolini. In the front row, Mrs. Ruby Stump, department vice president from Los Angeles, Mrs. Jane Isnard, district president from Ukiah and Mrs. Estella Hanell, department president from Culver City. ' . Beautiful Church Wedding at Berkeley For Nancy Ailing Davis and Karl May The marriage of Miss Nahcy-| Ailing Davis and Karl May at St. Marks Episcopal church, Berkeley, Friday, February 6, at 8:15 p.m., was one of perfect appointment and filled with family tradition. The bride's parents were married in St. Marks Episcopal church and the bride wore the same ivory duchess satin wedding gown worn by her mother. She was a lovely bride in the regal gown of period style with a panel of Breton lace finishing in a lace flounce around a pc«jillar ones, for which prepara- ^° "V*'^ ^^T" J ^ "1 tions are made, are king pedro, was full and (»as outstandmg with p^dro, wlnist, bridge, both contract » V^^'^r'^ of seed pearl embroid- arid aucftion. I ^"^y- „ , , , , , , A fingertip veil completed the costume. It was held in place by a headpiece of duchess lace with a halo of orange blossoms. Miss i Davis carried a white prayer book The home of Mr. and Mrs., with a shower bouquet of orchid Alex Tregcning -was the setting .'ind freesias. a MRS. SELLS HONORED AT FAREWELL PARTY for a delightful no-host bon voyage party Sunday afternoon given \ The bridesmaids wore white dresses with white tulle headbands in honor of Mi-s. Margaret Sells, • and looked very lovely carrying who leaves Ukiah Wednesday to bouquets of carnationti in varying ship for Honolulu on the S.S. shades of red, a^ they preceded Wilbur Mann, which leaves San ; the bride down the aisle to the Francisco on the 13th. j ..itar. Those present were Dr. aiid ^ Ti.e interior of St. Marks Epis- Mrs. James B. Massengill, Messrs. ^ copal church is stately and grand and Mesdames A. S. Fraga, Harry ' and this was intensified by the Roberts, Charles Lewis, Robert addition of white stock and white Jaidine, Hiigh iiaskell, Ralph Wright and Herjaert Thatcher, Mrs. Margaret ^ells, Leonard Weselsk-y. ' . Herbert Tucker to Wed Tocoma Girl In March Herbert L. Tucker, Jr., nephew of Mrs. Giovcr Ncep, will be married Marcfi 13, according to word received from lii.s p;ire;ils, Mr. HIUI Mrs. II. v.. Tucker of Tacoma, Wiishinfilon, his fiancee being a Tacoma giii, Miss Lucille Marie Nordbe.rg. Following the wedding, the bride's paicnts, Mr. and Mrs. C;nl Nordbcrg, will cjitertum lor .'i family reception. Uoi'bbrt was hi Ukiah ofleii with his aunt while in the service and earlier with his grandparents, the lale Mr. arid Mrs. J. H. Tucker of Willil.s. He' was with the county surveyor's office in XJkiah for a brief time. carnations in the urns on either side of the altar. • The bride was attended by her matron of honor, Mrs. Rodney Zimmerman of Ukiah, and brides­ maids, Miss Diane Diahl, a couSin from Oakland; Miss Virginia Auchampaugh of vleno. Miss Dorothy Pier,sbn of San Antonio, Miss Dorothy Fmn of San Francisco and Miss Diane Halsey of Seattle. Paul Nielsen was b est rnan, standing with the grooni. The ushers were Gerald Cullinane, Hosea Turman, III, David McCuiston, Charles Martin and Huxley Galbraith. After the wedding thtre were about 250 guests attendtd a reception at the Town anc! Gown club in Berkeley, at which Mrs. L: F. Diehl, atint ,of th« bride, and Miss Gertrude Woodward, her cousin, with Mrs. Dwight Wood and Mrs. Edgar Duttcin presided at the tea la'ole. Mrs. May is an Alpha Chi Omega. The groom is a Phi Kappa Psi. They will make their home in Oakalnd and will complete their college education at the University of California at Berkeley. The newly married couple left for Mexico City and Acapulco for their honeymoon, Mrs. May was a picture of loveliness' in her going-away suit of gray with matching hat and coral topcoat. Among those • present from Ukiah were Mr. and Mrs. William Mellis, Mr. aiid Mrs. Rpdney Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dutton, Musses Margaret and Dale Burl, Barbara James. Breakfast Clubbers Entertain Wives At Dinner Dance at Southworth's ART KRAFT CLASSES OPEN AT UKIAH HI Christmas holidays slacked up the work in the art classes at Ukiah union high, but they are back on schedule now and every Wednesday night from 7:30 to 9 o'clock finds Miss Norma Sohor, art teacher, busy with the various types of work offered. The clpsses aren't all filled. Miss Sober says, and anyone interested in any of the art crafts should go to tlie high school and join one or two. Tiiese are a few of the popular crafts now in full swing: block printing, stencilling, chip carving, leather and lightweight metal tooling, design, shell jewelry, crepe paper work, batik, dip and tie dye and textile design. Olio i.'t tl)(; must uitciliiiH hn )5- {Hin'nw .a oC Ul:i .-iir ,s .iocial si'.n.'ii.m wii:; llic Vjilijiiliuc dinner d;inie tjivi'ii ;il SouUnvoi th'.s Inn February Ul, slaiUng with cock- ttiiia in the Iduiiiie with dinner .served in the riiiiiny room ut!! p.m. The pliicc w;is bcuutilul with red licavls ui«l litce piipcr Iriinmod Viilontincs, bt'iii.n used with effccl- ivc ;u-fiKtry by five of the wives of Broiikiiist Clubbers, n.-imoly Mrs. Frank Crane, Mrs. Swan Sjobert;, Mrs. Roy Hurt, Mrs. Jolin Via- rcnjjo iind Mr.s. Leonard Ucvoy. The Willi bracket lights were dressed in gay red bows, the wicker lump sliadcs were interlaced with red and white. One mantel lifted a smiling face with red pitpcr valentine heart, in front of which were figurines of red and white with dainty flower a;id lace bouquets. Another mantel had green boughs with red candles and red bows. Mr. and Mrs. Wall Smith, who were just married in Reno, Nevada, having flown there and back with Mr. and Mrs. Thoren Fravel, were guests of honor. The club presented Mr. and Mrs. Smith with a plaque entitled "Tiie Teasers". The decorating committee had given it an air of saucy appeal with a Valentine frame of red with lace frill. Mrs. Smith was presented with one of the eight French bouquets m.ide by Mrs, Fi-ank Ci'ane. They WL-re described ;is exquisite red flowers and screen loaves with lace doilies, and so beautifully finished ir),00n feet up at which height he iiiid Mrs. Fravel acted as hosts at dinner In the newlyweds. Me-nbers were asked to introduce their guests at the delectable turkey dinner with uU the trimmings. The tables Were gay With tapering candles set on red heart and piipcr lace bases, Valentine nut cups, Valentines and' French flowe.- bouquet:'.. The women looked lovely in Ihoir formal attire, contributing to the festive atmosphere of the dinner and the dancing that completed the perfect evening. Oliver Pacini and his RifEs lurnishedi lively music with special action on the drums.- There were two placards on the walls that were made by Walt Smith and his gift to the club. They were heart shaped and were inscribed ''Breakfast Club" and "Breakfast Club Auxiliary" and were accepted for the club by the president, Charles Lewis, who was highly complimented toivthc wonderful evening. Mothers'Club Met With Mrs, Swigart The interesting lesson topic at the February 3 meeting of the Mothers Club, held at the home of the president, Mrs. Everett Swigart, and un^er the leadership of Mrs. Jack Simpson was; Do You Expect Too Much? "Small children have many pressures upon therh, due to the constant supervision of their lives by adults and to their need to learn many things. Accidents, errors, mjstakes in judgment and rebelliousness on- occasion are to be expected. "Let your children be children and act like children. Don't expect behavior that is too advanced for tiieir years. You will fiiid they thrive best when you are relaxed and happy yourself." Judging -from the lively' discussion which follo^yed, this seemed to be a key topic among'the mothers presdnt. Mrs. Ed Oden read an article by, Carl Wilson Parker enl^tled. Good Company. During the business session JVTra. Milton McDonald was appointed by the president as custodian of the books entitled, Encyclopedia, on child training b,v the Parents' Institute, which are available for reading by members of the club. Mrs. Donald Musser volunteered as hostess for the March meeting with Mrs. John Woodwortii "and Mrs. Bill Murphy assisting. Individual letters were written to a former member, Mrs. Blanche Tugwell, who is now living in Leggett valley. The hostesses, Mrs. Everett Swigart, Mrs. Frank Crane and Mrs. R. V. Lundin, served refreshments of strawberry shortcake in Valentine motif. Mrs. Mae Higginson was hostess at a delightful evening party \x\ the Canton i-ooni of thtf Paiacfe hotel Saturday night, February 1, in honor of her Son, Donald Higgiti- soin, on his eighteenth birthday. "There were about 40 or 50 guests to give greetings. They spent the evening dancing to recordings, A buffet table was decorated with flowers in season and was a popular Place around midnight when the host and his guests enjoyed a midnight "snack" of mighty tasty yiandb. She was married to Robeti Dame 'of Garden City, Kew Yoifc, in a bOBxifliul cei'emony at Lady of the V^aysid* Church Jh-Woodcide. Februa;(y 1 at 1 p.m. The general consenstic <>( the guests wa«, there coiild be no loyoUei bijl4« tt">n piquant, petite, dainty and sweet were «onia oi the appelatipns used in tha deicriplion of her. Mr. and Mn. Dame will make their, home in -Palo ^\t,p whexe Danae is aiso- ciated with the electzical engineering depaftloieni «f Stanford University. . . , —^Robert E. Dillon photo MRS. ROY HURT WILL ENTERTAIN CLUB. The next meeting of the Breakfast Club Auxiliary will be tlie first Monday in March, which is March 1, at the home of Mrs. Roy Hurt on Luce avenue. Anyone who wishes to attend is asked to contact Mrs. Charles Lewis, Mrs. Roy Hurt or any of the othw members if they need transportation. There are several matters of importance to come up at this lime and it is hoped there will be a good attendance. One of the things that should have immediate attention is the passing of by-laws and another is the nomination and election of a secretary to fill the place vacated by Mrs. Lee Caster, who is moving to Santa Rosa. JANET PHILPOT iJNGAGED Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Philpot of, they looked like real flowers. Tiilmage have announc'd the engagement of their daughter, Janet Lee to E. Jay Ried of San Francisco. Bied is employed at the San Francisco navy yards. The wedding j,s j|)l.nnno<l for Ijilc .summer, Thoren Fnivel is Iho new secretary of the club and he insisted on being K'ven a hand for his entertainment ot the bride and groom, there being some mention of h.'iviii.ii llic-iu up in tin; ;iir. Abnui CALL SISTERS ARE AT PROVO Joyce and Renie Maxine Call ot Ukiah ai-e among 340 Californians listed in the 1947-48 registration of 4603 at Brlgham Young University, Provo, Utah. They are daughters of Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Call. Joyce, a freshman at BYU, is majoring in home economics; Maxinff is a freshman with a com- niercial major. Stork Shower Given Mrs. Win. H. Roberts A delightful evening was spent at the home of Mrs. Byron Bishop last Friday, when she was hostess at a miscellaneous stork shower in honor ot Mrs. William H. Roberts. The gifts were attractively presented in a basinet. Those to participate in the event were Mrs. Charlie Barra, Mi-s. John Myers, Mrs. John Griifin, Mrs. Charles Ramsey, Mrs. Ernest Janes, and Miss Margery Vinson. Russell Riclvardsun, who -iaicer- went a minor operation at the I7kiah General Hospital Tu£A-day, will be at home this weekend. Mt. Eddy, highest peak in Trinity county, has an elevation of nonn feci, WCTU Members Plan To Give Silver Tea A silver tea has been planned for February 13 at 2 p.m. at the Methodist cluucli parlors. It is xo be given by members of the Women's Christian Temperance Union in honor of members who have joined .since October, 1947. There will be a regular business meeting preceding the program planhed for the occasion. An invitation has been extended to llio |)ul)lic to attend. MARRIED IN RENO , FEBRUARY TENTH The ever impressive double ring ceremony united Walter H. Smith and Mi.<!E Jean Zyllp in marriage at the First Meithodist church, in Reno, February 10 at 1 p.m. • The couple flew to Reno with Mr. and Mrs. Thorn Fravel, who were their only attendants at the wedding. The bride was trig in o tailor- made suit of beige, which she wore over an aqua blouse and complemented V'ith brown accessories. Mrs. Fravel wore aqua and brown crepe,- and the flowers for lioth were Cecil -Bruhner Toses and gafdenias.- ' The •newlyweds*. With' their best mail pilot ind'matron of honor "stewardess," Mr. and Mrs, Fravel flew hbnie in tim? for-the Sreak- fast Club pinner at Southworth's to make their surprise marriage announcement. iSmth is art ex^sfervice man Just appointed comniahder of the local hatipnal guard. Mrs. ^inith is this daught,e7 of Mrs. Peter Sherborida of Redwood Valley. She came to Ukiah from Hill City, Minnesota, jvherp she was born and lived until live years ago, when she -came hfere. Tlie young couple plan to live here permaiiently and are now'at hom6 in the Jamison afiartments'. Annual Dinner Party At House of Garner • The turkey dinner at the House ct Gamer Monday night, an annual iBifair with the Hplz Company for their employees, vVas S jubilant affair With about 60 present. It might have been a send-off fbr Js^mes A. Holzhaiiser and Charles e. Smith, who ieift Tuesday for Moline, Illinois; Ottumwaj Waterloo and Dubuque, Iowa, to visit the John Deere traetof land machine plants. They wimt to see the new methods that are being developed in the headquarters of the machinery that Hplz Company handle.s. They are interested in plant production, general display and new machinery productions and operation. Holx.haliscr and Smith went by way of Western Pacific Railway, and hopfa to fly back. There was much fun at the party with group sihgihg and special eh- tertainment from the talented employees. Holz Company has enough talent ainong their own group to furnish ehterta-iriiheht, and do not have to go outside for entertainers. ' Lynch's o;-chestra furnished the mlisic for dancing. Because of thp dinher being on a weekday, the riarty broke up at an early hour. American Legion Auxiliary Has Initiation of Hopland's New Unit AT SHRINE INSTALLATION A group of Ukiah people mo- torftd to Oakland to attend the installation of the new potentate of Aahmes Temple of the Shrine, Robert F. McDonald, going down on Saturday. Among those going were Iilr. and Mrs. Alfred Fraga, Mr. and Mrs. Dick MazTOni and Mr. and Mrs. J. Chiiney of Talmage. CHAS. KASCH Attorney and Coujiselor at Law Odd Fellows Building N<)Tth State $t. Ukiah, Calif. The initiation and installation of officers in the newly organized American Legion Auxiliary at Hopland high, school gymnasium "Thui-sday, February 5, was an imposing affair pur on py Mrs. Jane Isnard and her staff of officers and all past presidents from Lewis White Unit No. 76 of Ukiah. The initiation was first in order and was beautifully executed with the members presented to take their oaths and repeat their pledge of service to the lodge. Installation in oftice was an impressive ritual with the various oll'icei's being escorted to the department prfesident, Mrs^ Estelle Hanell for instruction and installa- Itlon in .their offices. Mrs. Hanell performed this ceremony with her usual grace of manner. . The escort team were gowned in lovely long formals and carried flags, it made a very pretty liicture as each officer w6s escorted to the presiding officer's chair with Mrs, Lillian.DeKeno ajid Mrs. Ruth Sails leading, the officer to be installed in' the center and Mrs. Kyra Edwards and Mrs. Irene rlunkel following. •• As the escort team retired for another officer, the officer just installftd was escorted to her station of office by Mrs. Minnie Sweeney and Mrs. Bernice Faas, sergeants at arms. When all of the officers were installed in their offices, there was a bit of team work that was well received by the audience. Mrs. Heleu Taylor, newiy installed president, expressed her pleasure in having the Hopland Auxiliary and thanked the Legion for making it possible. Department president, Estella Hanell responded to a call on her for a speech with inspiring news of work in progress and coming progromg. She dwelt on the importance of child welfare, quoting the Legion Auxiliary slogan, "A Square Deal for Every Child-" She called attention to the Poppy Poster contest and asked everyone to keep busy on it. Mrs. Ruby Stump, vice president spoke briefly on the "Tiny Tot membership." Alien Jiysn, district vice commander, gave a short liappy word of greeting and good wishes to the new unit. After the business was concluded there was a social hour, which was considered ideal for ^-Mrs. Maude Roberts to tell about "Abe Levinsky rhnnirig for Governor" and that called for "When Mother had the Aid." The tables were beautifully laid with a flag-centerpiece of red carnations, china lilies and violets virith tall red, white and blue cah- dles effectively lighting the scene with a soft glow. The serving of home made ice cream, cake and coffee concluded a satisfying meeting. Ainong those present from Ukiah weie Mesdames Jane Isnard, Irene Runkel, Agnes Chap­ man, Maude Robert'!, Ruth Sails, Kyra Ed wads, Opal . Vessels, Anna Moore, Sylvia Alexander, Prudence Laviletto, Bessey Scott, Minnie Sweeney, Bernice Faas, Lillian De­ Keno, Elsie Figone and Pearl Lemos; and Joseph Figone,^Allen Ryan and others. Willits was represented by Mrs. Edith Rich, Cloverdale by Mr. and Mrs. E.' Lesignoli. Department officers were honorefl guests, Mrs. Estella Hanell, deparfpent president irqm Culver City and Mrs. Ruby Stump, department vice-1 H, WimEms7""publicit^"^^p^^^ Mrs. Barcklbw Hbstess To Gounfy Federation The executive board of Mendocino County Federation pi Worn- en's Clybs met Saturday, February 7 for luncheon ,aVth? honie of Mrs. George Barckipw.T he meeting was opened wdth a meditation tsy Mrs. Louise Bemhard, foUowod by the salute to thefj.s^g. ^ The spring convention, was setT" for Saturday, AprH 3,.,at-.Govejo with Covelb Women's .Improves; ment Club as hostess. The cawcaV federation vice president will be* general program chairman. "TV"" appointed for Gredential? wi_. Mrs. Mark Eglin, T^TB. Evans Kp- hrb-augh ^ndfo r resqiutions i&es. J. D. Bransoti apd Mrs. Gii ?irl8? Level. , l. Among those present jvere JMtrs. Louise A. fiernhard, vice piefei? denti Mrs. W. T. Saxon, porre- spondinjg secretary, Mrs. George Davis, recording se^retaiy, Mrs. Hazel E. Nobles; treasurer, audtibr, chairman, of education; Sirs. Lee Williams, president of Wlliits Womens' Imprpyenient Club and chairman of Ainerican Red Cross, Mrs. Coy Smith, president ^of Anderson Valley Unity Club/ Mrs. John Langland, president-Coyelo Women's Improvement Ciuib; .Mrs. E. H. Balyeat, viqe-plfosident of Saturday Afternoon Club; Mts, W. A. Lawson, Safety cliairman; Mrs. D. N. Mixnsgop, ^pspjtality chairman; Mrs. R. E. : Paiysbn, garden chairman; Mrs. J. D, Brap- son, American homes chairman; Mrs. A. J. Koster, nioving picture and radio chairman; Mrs. L. V. York, youth conservatioh chairman; Mrs, Mark Eglin, American citizenship chairman; Mrs. John president. Mr. and Mrs. George von Kage- lerwere at Grants Pass to attend the" funeral of his father on January 30. . and the hostess, Mrs. G. 'T.'Barck- fow, president Elmer Alhertson and Lpuis-;Hii drethare expected home "ihursday from Hawaii! ifo] pr dii ba Ba |J. Lo Co [mc ;Mr cor teli (Vai Ele 1 Lui Tri 'Sfa 1 |whi and [Mr; iRo\ Mrj rati and pbsi bau Tfhere isn't alwiays room for one more Aboriginal Annie has reached the height of hef sodai career—if those neck ringlets niead anythioji. .^,tjL re just im't "cootu tot just one more." - 1" There i Golden Stote Hotel SAK FRANCISCO'S Powell Street at EUis In the Hub — But Out of the Hub-bub Choice of Outside-Inside Rooms —; WITH BATH :— . Single ,S2,00 -rr Double $2.5P —: WITHOUT BATH :— Single $1.50 — Double S2.00 Lem Shibley , And likewise, a good many of today'* hom«ir~ even the new ones—have reached the height of theic electrical careers, simply because thajr' arc so inadequately wired; There just isn't room , for one more electrical appliance 1 without overloading the circuits and blowing f»jses. If you plan to build or inodernize your home, irifJi^^oal Adequate Wiring to guarantee,;yo>urself maximum contfoct andxonvenienceiia -. - ' this era of electrical living. • To insure peak operating efficiency of all your appliances. "Adequate Wiring'' requires: enough iiOitches enough electric outlets enough circuits heavy enough wire throughout Tell your architect or building contractor you want Certified Adequate Wiring. I^'O'^"*®* PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY M the Sun whc cabi He^ gag< forr here yeai on. t he: n Vive Moc relai Raw held mat! Funi inter Sacr the I 1600 [Were calle ure prop lead! of ji cusst days MI ed'ml FoTO enjo; wate 'GoWi Fern Hrih Raw! Ev close are o MI daug gone art's, ports that Th iBoon ageiii Valei SUCCE Mr move at th new The < be c Jame and ; instn Mr week her s rOR tIFItlMf SCIVICI yhcr

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