Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on February 20, 1948 · Page 4
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ri EI nil ir: ,v • • ni> • -I,o }l' B,- 91"" • -f ' ,01.u. If" 3,..,:", bj • Of 'I 11 . . 8 l.. Ic: 91" ' b. • 01: •• -i -3 .... sr.. fit SILVER TEA FRIDAY DECLARED SUCCESS The silver tea givea, by mem bers of W.C.T.U. Friday' afternoon in the Methodist chiireh paflors -.ihas been described as wholly en * joyable as well as successfyl. Mrs. Oran Bollinger, president " of the groupi conducted the bus! hess meeting that preceded the "'WC'ial hour. Plans were made for " "a food sale to be held in the near •i- future, arrangements were com •' "pleted for the , March, meeting which will be in chargg of men "Who are honorary members of the • Union. • Mrs. Pearl Blankenship, county '—president, announced that ithe ... jjpring"convention will be held • "May 18 In Lakeport. Mrs. Lela Hildreth and Mrs '"'Ethel Smith . took charge of the 't)rogram for the. afternoon. Mrs, > ' 'Blankenship gave a resume of the '•• life'of Frances WilJard, using sev- - era! of tlie ladies.present for read- iii 'ers ifrom time to time. Mrs. Pntri- ' cla-BoUinger played a piano .solo, • The Rosary. • ' Marilyn Stone'gave two humorous readings which received gen- ^"•"erous applause and those present . .commented on the cute manner of .„the child. • " ' The tea table occupied one cor- ,. iner of the room, adding charm to • the. houa, it was said, decorated ..with tall red tapers to brighten •the antique tea service and-crystal 'punch bowl. It was spread with -canapes, cookies, candy favors and Valentines. . . Hostesses for the day were Mrs. '!• Etta En^le, Mrs. Ruby Edgar, Mrs. Rose Lea, Mrs. Ida Romer, Mrs. ...Bertha Smith, Mrs. Nellie. Read and Mrs. Patricia Bollinger. -n' ,Z zv-' ntv. -Sf' -)• 9- y.i- ,Jl • -1, • 111 .a .q -fi' .)'• OS- ni 7i. -0 ' -3 • -Ii .. 91 ' N .QW Look In Education Club Program Subject Saturday Afternoon Club was cheerfully decorated with i'ed crepe paper, ribbons, lace paper, jonquils, sweet daphne and baskets -•of acacia for the regular meeting Saturday atternoon. Mrs. Kenneth Farnsworth is the president this year and she introduced Mrs. James Busch as program chairman. Mrs. Busch in turn introauced Mrs. Ralph Byrnes, who sang The Sweetest Story Ever Told and The Second Minuet. She was accompanied^.on the piano by Mrs. Nanette Hoff,,v.. .man. Mrs. Byrnfes, wh6 teaches in the public schools here gave a short talk on "The New Look in Edu.' cation" then introduced Leonard . . Svenson who showed films on audio visual education. One was called "A Child Went Forth," the - other "One World or None." . . , Mrs. E. H. Balyeat gave a short report on the meeting of the County Federation of Women in .,, .iWillits and announced that Covelo is to have the April meeting. ., A discussion of completing arrangements for the dessert bridge Tuesday night at the club building I,.,, (Occupied 'U- portion of the afternoon. Mrs. Richard Maj^oni reported that the tickets are going and many, reservations .have ylr ready been made for pedro, whist, pinochle, auction and . contract bridge. • , ' A pear face salad with lighted *«igorette (a tiny candle) and shred• Yded cheese for hats with lettuce ii^iBHirts. was served with heart . "*»«haped cookies. Mrs. Pierce Stipp was hostess chairman and was assisted by "Mtisdames Richard Mazzoni, Wil- «nitiam Davis, Art Bradley. Gladys Stevens,: L. L. Whitmoro and James Bi MassengiU. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, WOMEN'S SOCIAL AND .CLUB NEWS Ml', and MV S . Walter Smith Settled Down In Ukiah Cathdic Ladies^Leaguig H4ard Story ^fi Of Father CarroWs Visit to Ireland They were flying high February 10. in a Luscombe piano piloted bx^Thoren Fravel and acccmpanied by Mrs. Fravel. The Smiths wore, married at .the First Methodist church in Reno, February 10 at 1 p.m., and returned homo in limu for a valentine parly the Breakfast Club gave at Southworth's. Mrs. Smith was Jean Zyllo. —Johns photo They Were Married At Bend, Oregon, At Formal Eight o'Clock Wedding There were 250 guests assembled at Trinity Episcopal church in Bend, Oregon, Satiirday night, February 14, at 8 o'clock to witness the marriage of Franklin Walter Sandelin and Miss Gay Hamilton. Rev. M. Bolster read the ceremony. The announcement of the bride's approach came with the entrance of the choir in the aisles singing a beautiful hymn for the occasion. Nettie Maki, a pretty nine-year- old girl was the chalice bearer. She was followed by Mrs. Irene" Cleland, matron of honor, a brunette of striking beauty, in an off- the-shoiilder red velvet gown with full fiaied arsHe length skirt. She carried white roses. Apn Maki was the flower girl, strewing single red rose petals in the path of the bride, who was escorted to the altar by her father, who gave her in marriage. She wore a white brocade gown of exquisite simplicity, long sleeve?, sweetheart neck and gently flaring skirt. Her waist length veil was l.eld in place with a tiara. The church was formal for the occasion, white candles and calla lilies being the only decorations used. , The bride is the daughter of Circuit Court Judge and Mrs. Ralph' Scott Hamilton. She is a graduate of Oregon State University and a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, having lived in the sorority house during her college life. Judge Hamilton was at one time holder of a professor's chair in ,the University of Oregon. Sandelin is better itnown in Ukiah as Terry, assistant manager of the Palace. Hotel, which has l^een in. the laniily for se,v.eral generations. He graduated from San Francisco Junior College, where a course in hotel management is offered. He has been president of the chamber of commerce here and is an. active member in several clubs, . , There were many social afCairs in honor of the young couple before and after the wedding. Terry was honor guest at a cocktail party the ^night. before- the wedding. There were about 60 guests there to meet the groom-to-be. Alter the cocktail party there was a rehearsal of the wedding ceremony. After the wedding there was a reception for the 250 guests, at Pilot Butte Inn. They served champagne punch and the bride cut a three-tier wedding • cake. The groom's cake was individually wrapped and presented to the guests. It is a part of an old legend for the girl to put the cake under her pillow with seven names and the one dreamed of on the seventh night will be the one she will marry. ; : The : first stop of the bride and groom on their honeymoon trip was at TImberline Lodge on.Mount Hood^ From there they »vent tc Seattle! for a short stop, then proceeded to Back Bay Beach Hotel, Victoria, B.C., v/here they have a bridal suite that looks out on the bay. Members of the Sandelin family who attended the wedding 'were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sandelin, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sandelin and Mrs. Irune Cleland. Catholic. Ladies';) League ;had; their regular monthly meitmg at El Rosario Wednesday, Februaryf n after attending Ash Wednesday: devotions* The business sessipn was a brief one. Mrs. Joseph Van i,An^j t\yprp was accepted as a new mem- be.-, . Mrs.^Arch Boytr conducted' the: meetmg ' durmg the , absence > of Mrs. Peter TrsAi, president of the organization. A. letter from the Mendocino Coimty Tuberculosis As^ciation was given to those who worked was read by Mrs. Howard Cheever, secretary-treasurer. It pomted out ways in'which typhoid fever may be transmitted. It also gave a detailed list of the duties and funcr tions ot a public health department, j A report of the arlnual dance given at Talmage was read and it was declared,a success and credit was given to those who . wark'ed , on the committee selling tickets and promoting it. , Father Finnian Carroll has been in Ireland for some time, having returned to America about two weeks ago. This was his first appearance before the league since his return. He told'of his trip, saying he much prefers plane travel to other traiisportafion. . He told of some of the conditions in Englahd„showing how difficult their daily living is, due to food ratiot^ing aS well as. shortages of clothing, gas, and other necessities. He spoke of the leisurely life in Ireland and remarked especially on the /act^that one forgpts how the ipaVsing of time (In his;case; -12 years) takes "the'blo3'm from tfie checks' of youth." • He ..visited his relatives, forraeV classmates and friends,' and renewed acciuaint ^ne 'e with?scenes .of: > his childhood, visited old churches anc^.a imonastei-y 4n Ireland. . • :Hejtqld. of.-orders he has- TOT ceive'd for his-transfer to. a small parish -near Eugene, Oregon, saving he will leave for the new post on Tuesday, February 17. , At the-conclusion of the meeting refreshments were served by Mrs. Wesley; Gi-eeott, Mrs.- Peter Gialdini, Mrs: Agnes Chapman, Mrs. B. -G. Goddard and Mrs.. Frank Wfgner. • « Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frossinello Mr. and Mrs. D. Broggi ; Entertcin Houseguests Mr. and Mrs. Charlie liombar- dlrii,, -former residents of Ukiah now ;liying in Oakland,. haye, been house guests of Mr, and &Irs. D, Broggi for the past two - weeks. The LqmbardiniS' are lea-ving Feb- ruary.28.ipr Axgentina- for, a six months vifeit in'L'ombardini!s birthplace. From:therci;thpy'are going to Lake ,Como,'. Italy; to':'see his parents'and|rom there they wUl go to - Switezrland'. to' visit; Mrs. Lombardirir's; parents. After, that they plan to four Europe and probably circle the glpbe on. their return,fo-America. - The bride was Norma LucchesJ arid the^y were, married at St. Mary's Catholic chilrch in Ukiah, gunflay, February 8. at S p,m. . IJSr bridesmaids were Mabelean ai>d Vjbla Lucchesi, hiatron of honoi; was'>(Irs. Robeit Maltein. The best man was George Locatelli and. the ushers ,were Art Matson pf Fort Bragg and Robert Mattern of Ukiah. Alma Hoffman arid Floyd I^wrence Married In St. Luke's, Santa Rosa tist Mariners Club Enjoys Italian Dinner The Baptist Mariners CJyb met at the "thifrS'h" "TtielsdJiy'' eVeiiing .and motored to Cioverdale for their - annual Italian dinner at Joe's restaurant. > -. Much pleasure . was derived '' • from the ga.mes and from the quiz'j program conducted by. Glen- Higginson. Darlene Lynch won praise ,for her new fashioned spelling bee. It is said much, merriment was caused by the. hats .fashipned; of ..paper and trimnnied .with.^ceiery, ' lettuce and sipiilar,' decpr:?tions. The finisjied .results, were, passed ...around the table.,.., . \ ... James Stoughton presided over a short business,•-session..;Theve v.^as grouprslngiug and repprt.is .Ihe 34 guests-returned home at a late hour • declaring Iheir enjoy- !ment of the whoje evening. The next m.eeting: will be the Mazzonils in April. . Lddies' Biikd Will ;; Hove Health Program The next Episcopal Guild nieet- irig is reported as a meeting of Seven-Thirty Club Reported Good Time Members of the Seven-Thirty Club ui-e repoi-led us having had' a deliehtful time at their informal social meeting in the church parlors on Lincoln's birthday. There was no mention of business and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hay with Mr. and Mrs, Alex Tregoning starte(l theJparty with Baptist Mariners Club " '^'T" "^.J'^.u ""^'^ numbered and the women were numbered, and if anyone was a stranger at the beginning' ot the stepping stone game, this brqkeithe He. A gold loving cup, gleaned from the stock of one of Ukiah's vendors of old treasures, was presented to Bill Bittenbender- as captain of the winning team. The long arm of the law in the person of John Viarengo reached out to almost certain.victory, vnheu Harry Roberts marched forv/ard and "copped" the trophy for the men. Mrs. Tregoning was the feminine influence with the longest reach. In the naming of odors sealed in bottles with contents hidden,-in the manner of school f^ays In the chemistry laboi'atory, John ' Viarengo and Mrs. Howard Cheever took the: crystal candle sticks as the winners. . ; • • •It. sounds- rather, bad but there was a {earn,, of blow h^ :ds ^nd it Is a title well deserved by Mrs. A..S. Fraga, Mrs. Robert Jardine, Mrs. Harry Roberts and Robert I Jardine, captain of the team. They blew papef cups along twenty feet __ ^ot string in the shortest time, win- special importance and the gen-jning their title from two. other . eral public is urged to attend it' tfams ,by a, close margin. at. STORK SHOWER FOR MRS. JAY SMITH Mrs. Benjamin Foster was hostess at a delightful and- informal evening party, Tuesday e-J-ening, February 17, a story shower given in honor of Mrs. Jay Smith, wife of one ot the Redwood Journal's printing staff. With the idea of -introduction and,, getting acquainted with .each:other in mind, Mrs. Foster planned an evening with games of such design. It'•was learned that Mrs. Smith is from Arizona and Frances Beckert (MrSi John Beckert) is also -from Arizona,' for' a time it seemed to be Arizona old homb week. Then everyone joined m and the,games continued. Guests invited to enjoy the evening with Mrs. Foster were: the guest of honor, Mrs. Jay Smith,' Mis.B. A. Cober, Mrs. H. M. Ivey, Mrs.iiJack King, Mrs. Jack Beckert, ivirs. Thomas McCabe, Mrs. Donald Zylstra, Mrs. Harold Orr, Mrs. Leaton Foster and Mrs. Frankio Buck. Theii there vvas a contest distinguishing things we touch all the time, and this, contest was joined in by Dr. James B, Massen­ giU, which was unfortunate for liie rest of the group, since he had 21 put of 24 answers right. •There were about 35 or 40 present. Mrs. Alex Tregoning and Mrs". A petition for the fornjation of i Frank Hay (prepared a midnight a storm wato- district in Round'supper laid, on tables decorated in at Episcopal Guild hall Friday, February 20 at 7:30 p.m. Frank Harader has been ob•, tained to discuss the public health problem here and It Is said he has a forty minute movie that Is fully informative on metl^ods. of procedure. valley has been filed with the board of supervisors and April 12 is the date set for the hearing, In tha Covelo Improvement Club hall, at 10 o'clock. Valentine theme by Mrs. Harry Roberts and Mrs, A. S. Fraga. California is 350 miles wide at its broadest jioint. Redwood Valley P.-T.A. To Celebrate Birthday Plans lor Founder's Day wpre completed at the meeting of the Redvyood Valley P.-T.A. Tuesday, February 17, at the home of Mrs. Earl Lindsey. Founder's Day is the birthday of the club and the women usually plan a special program , in celebration. This year Miss Virginia Shattuck, home economist for P.G.&E., will give a lecture on frozen foods. 'She will demonstrate the procedure of preparing and freezing food to keep in cold storage. An invitatoin has. been extended to the public for this educatiohal feature at the . Redwoo^ VaUey school Friday night, February ;20. SKATERS GO TO WILLITS The senior younf, group of the Baptist church met at the church Friday night and went to Willits ,for. an, evening of, skating. There were about 42 who enjoyed the skating party with Rev. and Mrs. j liConard Brown Beautiful-old St) , Luke!s • Lutheran church on 7th .street, in Santa Rosa -was the setting fqr the wedding of Floyd Lawrence and Miss Alma Hoffman, February 15, j^t-2:30 p.m., with Rev. :*R. F. Holtren.officiating. Japonica and potted :palms: decorated- the church effectively. ; .:. ,The bride wore traditional white with bustle back,-a' short-train and she carried a shower bouquet of freesia.s, gardenias and white orchidsj and was- acclaimed the loveliest bride as she marched slowly down the-aisle-to the altar. Mrs. Douglas Melton of Sunset Beach was the matron'of honor. She -was dressed in pale; ;Orchid ahd_ carried jpale -orchid'/carnations. Miss Lena -Wagner- a cousin Of the bride's from Ukiah was a bridesmaid . and wore a powder blue taffeta with whjch- she carried deep pink carnations. Miss Lydia Sorcek of Santa Rosa was the other bridesmaid and was gowned in pale green, with which she carried a';deep pink carnation bouquet. - ' - - -' Wm. H. Carter of Ukia:h was best man, standing with ' the grooni.' Thte ushers were JackTlus'- sell and Phillip Lawrence. ' l^he bride Is the' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hoffman of 201 South E street, Santa Rosa. They gave a wedding reception for the newlyweds, which was attended by about 100 or more people. The Hoffman home had a festive spring .air with daffodils, sweet daphne, jappiiica o^d greens. The wedding cake was cut by the bride with the grooin's help. • Mrs, Hoffman worp a dark gray gown with silver nailhead trim, and Mrs. Lawrence wore black trimmed with sequins.'Both mothers ware corsages of white gardenias. Relatives of the bride who attended were her brother, Frank Hoffman, Sacramento; brdther and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Albeyt Hoffman of Santa Rosa; uncles and aunts, Mr. and Mrs. William Freese ..of Santa Rosa; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Melton of Sunset Beach; her sister, Miss Cora Hoffman of Santa Rosa; Mi:, and Mrs. F. Walter of Canada. Relatives sf the groom who Were there were Mrs. Bernlce Sinvile, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Burgess of Stockton, Dr. and Mrs. L. K. Van Allen, Mrs. Dana Grey and Mrs. Mayme Ward of Fort Bragg,. Mr. and Mrs. George Lawrence of Sebastopol, Charles Perley, nephew of San Francisco; Mr. -.and .Mrs. Gus Lawrence of Ukiah. Friends from Ukiah who v/ere there were Messrs. and Mes- oames Frank Reed, Howard Tuttle, Herbert Singley and John Wagner. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawrence of Highway 20 where the road forks'to Lake Tahoe. And in that same .part pf the country about a fourth of a mile back in the hills young Lawrence has built a beautiful new home for his bride. During the reception at the Hoffman's the young couple slipped away for a honeymoon in • the HdUSEWAkMlN^fOR NEW' !^#ENTS^^^^ JVIE . and Mrs.,Charles Baheni,.re­ cently - arrived from BerkeleV, Opened i the|r Jiiflicial [ residence in Ukiah witli a house warming party at! their home at 757 Southi-State street. It has' been, completely redecorated.' for. the.'Bahems. - Cut flowers'Of • dBffodUs,- -Shasta 'daisies and Valentine ;hearts-and 'laces added to the ^arty look. • - - 71 ' :'^^AmbVi'g-^ the _niahy' guests dropping -lii to gr^et the-Bahems were Ml'. .and-'-MrS. 'Geirfee 'Eckmah, Mr.- and Mi-s. M. E. Basil, Mr. and Mrs. •-Joe Garner,' Mr.- and 'Mrs. John iVenturi-, Mr.-and Mrs.- Joe!| Mbschetti, Mr. and Mrs.'Donald Tindell) all of .Ukiah, arid Mr. and Mrs. James Lippis irid their-Son Jimmy :and Mri and; Mrs;'Tony Moschetti-of Berkeleyi ' : . BaKem's father,'John"C. Bahem had coftie frbm;i)enver, 'Colorado to erijo;)'' the ^ffair'VitH his chil drfen.- •• " ' ''' REDWINES ENJOYED COAST MOTOR TRIP Supervisor Guy vRedwine, Mrs. Redwine and Miss Esther Redwme returned Saturday - mbk-ning from leisurely trip along: the coast highway to-San Diego. From there they went through the Imperial Valley to Mexico; Theyspenl some tirtie' -m Palm Spnngs on . then- way home. • The Grand .Canyon Was not overlooked. They parked their car in the Boulder Bam parking space and weVit up on the bridge above the dam to watch ' the water flowing through the sluice-gates. They stopped at Scottie's Castle and stayed at Furnace Creek Inn in Death Valley. "^Altogether, they covered • 3000 miles and .report having eiijoyed every raipute of the way. Bridal Shower For Miss Helen jStombaugh , There -were 27 friends at Mrs. 6fffe Neweil's'ho'me/40 clara avenue, to do honor tb,Miss Helen Stombaugh of Tuolomne, who will soon maiTy Francis M. Westfall of Point Arena. It was a bridal shower and'the rooms were decorated with bouquets of sweet daphne, maidenhair, calla lilies and pussywillow. The gifts were beautiful in si5e- cjal array with dainty ribbon wrappings. The groom-to-be, was there and had as much fun as his fiance. He unwrrapped all the gifts, folded the paper and saved the ribbpns., Miss Stombaugh was ' formerly ^f Ukiah. Westfal was of Calpella. .She^^is teaching school. Francis is the son of Rev. and Mrs. John Westfal, pastor' of the Commilnity Gospel Center of Point Arena. Gut-of-town I guests v/ere Mr. and Mrs. John Westfal and their family from Point Arena, and- Mrs. Lena -Nystron -of San Jose. •" south. Miss Renie Can is in training at the highway patrol office for the position of registration clerk, in readiness for the time when under the new .regulations there will be a separation of the work of\the as the leading' motor vehicle department and the spirits of the group. Rev. Brown Is highway patrol. Miss Call went to the Baptist minister. 1 work on February 2. MRS. DELL CHASE IS HOSTESS AT DINNER r Mrs. Dall Chase, has had a; busy week with two birthday dinners' to Drepire. On February ,l^r Mr. and Mrs. Chase -were hosts at dinner-honoring -.their 'niece, • Marilyn Fearrien on. her'' U3th • • birthday. Two days prioy to that-they entertained at dinner for-thek. daugh- :ter. Miss Pauline Chase, the oc­ casion.of her 20th birthdaj-. M'! Fqrew.iBll Party Given • For Harriett Jones 'A' tea party was. given .Friday .afifernoon at',^tlie home of Mrs. Jane Isnard in,;.farjew,eil .to. Mrs. Harriett Jones, one-time army nurse and recent gramrriar -school nurse here.- She was active in Lewis White American Legion Auxiliary .while here. , ' •• . ' Mrs. Isnard'g guests -were Mrs. Jibhes, MesdanSSs Elise Figone, Prudence LavilettaV Anna, Moore, Sylvia" Aiexandei", Jennie Everhardt. Ruby Cunningham, Barbara Eversolfe, Bess Eyersole, Ruth Sails, Minnie •; Sweeney,- Myrtle Eglin, Jeanne Melviri, Lfeo Runkel, Marie Johnson, .-Lillian 'DeKeno, Jane Isnard and Opal Welles. Marian Ray, Mary Ellen, Charlotte King and Kyra EdwardsT-were unable to be there. •• ELAINE J^^MES TELLS OF HER BETROTHAL . "The iagementol|„Mis .3 Elaine Jacqueline James to'Tvor Packard was announced' on Valehtme day m Sacramento. Miss James is the daughter of Mrs. E. C. James and the-late-E. C. James of Ukiah.' She graduated from Ukiah schools and then attended Santa Rosa Junior College, graduating from there and later enrolling m Luther Burbank business college for a coniplete course in business training. . .' Packard is the son of Mrs. K. N. Packard of Oroville and has been in Sacranjento for several ye.irs. ; .J^FTERNOOpIi^ "Guest 'night 'for"tKe Sdti diy: Afternoon Club has h changed to Guest Afternoon Rn account of the Chamber of com- smerce'dinhier being held on that night. The program will start at 2;3d'p.m.,' FeT5tuary.28, arid \yill liave ."Mrsj; Harr.ie^ P. Ba mes' to 'ileaa.a 'ouni ^nt tJlaj*;.' ' MAZZOTTI-GALLI ARE BETl(OTH£D Mr. and • Mrs; Pio Mazzotti of Observatory avenue, 'Ukiah, have an 'nounc<<d tile valentine engagement ot their daughter Elizabeth to Clement A. Galli. '. Galli IS the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Galli and is employed in the Lido Hotel, which they own. Miss Mazzotti is a graduate of Redwood Empire Beauty School of Santa Rosa, but is now enjoying a rest at the home of her parents. Shingle Manufacturers To Meet Here Soturday ... ''r There -is a .meeting of shingle manufacturers set, for J2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Palace Hotel called to form an association for the promotion of redwo shingles. All such manfact'^rers are invited to attend. Similar meetings have been held in Humboldt county and it isi hoped., to interest the more than 70 manfacturers in -the red-wocd district. D. A. Hudson of Washington made-the arrangements for the local meeting. Benefit Pfbgrqni At • Elementary School The Seventh . Day Adventist lipme and School Association is sponsoring a-benefit amateur program, &t the grammar school oh February 2-1 at 8 p;m. .. • . Miss Mary Kenal will be in charge of the program and promises good entertainment for the wHftle" program. The public has been extended ii cordial' invitation to attend. - Mrs. Richard Mazzoni Praised Fpr Forty Mrs. Richard Mazzfani,' chairman of the Saturday Afternoon' Club dessert; card party given Tuesday, March 17, received a ^reat deal of praise for the' success of the affair. There were about ,125 or 150 people there playing contract arid auction bridge, whist, pinochle. Betty Farnsworth and Jeannette Garzini -were at the door to receive "the guests and th^ made a strikirig picture with the contrast of Betty's blonde hair and pink- and-white complexion and Jeannette's rich 'dark coloring. Mrs. Ralph Hogan was taking tickets and allotting tables. The numbers given at *he door resulted in John Nelson holding the one corresponding with the one drawn from the hat. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wi-iltton won the pinochle top scores, I'J^prma Garayenttf and Jeannette-Garzini had high scores in whist and .Betty Cornell with a score of .6900 -won the contract high. Other bridge scores to have a choice at the table filled with crockery, glass, cigarettes, bronze plaques, vases and dainty stationery were:,H. R. Pauli, Elsie Pauli, Clara Bransop, Mrs. Frank Branson, J. C. Thornton, Minnie Brown, Charlotte Collins,' I^ouise Hildreth, M-jry Cox,. W. D. L. Held, John Parduc'cl, John Kirsler, Marie Shiman, Agnes Thonias, Rodney Zimmerman, Madge ' Falk, Jessie Hildreth, Margaret Singley, Stella Rea and Horace Fahrney. Mr. and Mrs. Crider Hosts at Buffet Supper Menibers of .'Ukiah 's smart young married set spent an enjoyable evening playing iJjibgo and cards at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crider last February 13.'A. buffet supper was served from a beautifully appointed'-table. JThe decorations were in yalentine "red and white and added 'a. live note to the evening. ; : ,.„.'. ORCHASP PEST DISCUSSION C. Emlen "^Scott, extension specialist in plant pathology, A. D. Borden^, associate entbmologistt and G6rdoii L. Smith, assistant entomologist,'-will' be in Ukiali Wednesday, Febraary'25^ ib address 'a ineeting of those interested in orchard liest control. The irieeting Will be In the city coimcil .rc at 9:30, under'the auspices of county' farm" advisor.' BUYS LONGVALE PROPERTY C. E. knapp of'Longvale h sold to Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Mart of Richmond, their highway. p^.. erty at Longvale, 01iyei''and Carrni. Conrey of the Stroiit' Realty of Ukiah handling the transaction. The Martins plan to develop the property for tourist accommodations. . '• Golden State Hotel SAN THANCTSCO'S Powell Slreei at Ellii --In-the'-Hub rr- But Out^of the Hub-bub ; Choice of Outsida;Inside Booms ' —.: WITH BATH t— Single $2.00 — Double $2 .59 —: WITHOUT BATH :— S3ngle,$l.S0 —Double $2.00 Lem Shibley lOWANS VISITING HERE "Mr. 'and 'Mrs.' Taylor 'Halstead of Sioux city are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Llpy'd Bittenbender 'for awhile. Htilstead took' a plane for Portland Thursday and will'visit an uncle there for a few days. ' The Halsteads have spent the Winter in'California, but plan on returning to'Iovra soon. They will leave Ukiah next week. ' CHAS. KASCH AlJoriiey and CpunseloT at Law] Oidd" Fellows Building North Stats St. Ukiah, Calif. Ii HERE'S HOW YOliJ ;CAN HELP m 'THE PpWEll.EMERGENCY IjF YOU HUN A flfSIN^SS:^ ' < ' 1. Turn'off aJl pndqw'ligMs and electric sig^^ " ' ' 2. Use no floodlighting — either exterior or interior. 3.; lUse electric power only when necessary. IP YOU RUN A FACTORY: r. Cfirtail jiower consumption wherever possible. • 2. Stay off the'"Peak" —^ Avoid use of electricity between the ,1 ),hb -wc^yqf A and 8 p.m., shifting operations to other hours wherever possible. 3. Ch^ck yotir plant.and offices to eliminate all waste of electric power. IF YOU ARE AT;H0ME: • 1. Light no unused rooms. 2. Use appliances for as short periods as possible. IF YOU ARE A FARMER: li Siiut down your pumping plants wherever possible between 4 and 8 p.m., shifting your irrigation schedule to other hours of ' . dc^y or nigjht. 2; Use 'electrically-powered equipment only wrhen absolutely necessarj?. • • , . . EVERY KILOWATT HOUK YOU SAVE WILL CONTRIBUTE TO THE GENERAL WELFARE • ' .^'€^'»^?: PACIFIC CAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY m Hi

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