Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on February 27, 1948 · Page 4
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February 27, 1948

Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California · Page 4

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=??======== Hcnn^ Weeding Is B^mtmi Mm , One ot^ thQlqv«l|09t weddings of tb<i;pt|st.weeHtoqk place at'the honw Mf. fn^. Ipn. VT. Stoijghtoi}, Saturday, February 2l, •when 'tjjeir d^usftter IJlprence and j Ray HiS^inson .we|re n^^rrled, Rev. ! Leonard • ferown officiated, using i the ^p^J^ls rlijg per^wppy; j Ap. «ltar 'forn^ed |>etwe^n 'the two-confer bay, windows of the jl^rgp Uvlpg room, with green • and gol^hucltleberry leavgs, ferns, i camellias aijd gpld Candelabra be* ing jj^ed to.attai^ith^Sflect.. The brlde'^ byof{ler, • ftifaxwell I Stoijgh^op of. Sqn Fratfclsco^ 'sang ; I Lqvfe You Truly, at" the close of j whip}i the bridfe and her sliter-ip- law, ifl^. James Stougl^tor|, eja- ': ter"-) making a lovely picture in (thefr dresses of pale pink and I blue. • i The bride wore a shell pink silk • crep6, dress with cowl neckline, ' scalloped short sleeves with touches of fold. Mrs. ptoughton, , matron of honor, was dressed m teal blue silk crepe witb cowl nec)(line and draped skirt. Each carried colonial bouquets with the bride's centered vath orchid surrounded by stephanotis and pifik rosebuds and Mrs. Stoughton's being of bouvardia and blue ins. , Tommy JNlssen of Hayward was ' the best man. Mrs. W. B. Stoughton was lovely i m green crepe and the groom's 1 mother was equally beautiful in J blue cablp silk. Bach wore pink f rosebud corsages. ( Following the wedding, a recep- ] tiqn was held for tjie nfewlyweds, ! With th? traditional wedding cake I and opening qt gifts. J^rs. Maxwell Stoqghton and Mrs. James Sto^gbton presided at the beauti- . fuljy appointed table. The bride's going-away outfit was of navy blue with touches of pink, with wbich she wore the i orchid from her bridal bouquet. : She is a graduate of the Ukiah sbhopls apd has been emplpyed m the County Welfare qffjpe for a nuqiber o| years. Higglnson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wll'-iam Fi[igginson, who have come to Ukiah ^itbin the past tew years to make their home. He ^nd the senior I-Jigginson are partners in the contracting busi- 1 ness Jjere, atjd the" young couple will be at hpipe ip their npw home on West Church street when they return from their honeymoon. WOMEN'S SOCIAL AND CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Karl Moy fNancy Ailing DaVis^ Special Ente^taiiilts^iit Ppovided For Visit of District Officers at aP.W.C. . The meeting of the Business and Professioncl' Women's Clul) ii} .tbe~ Canton Room of the Palace Hotels Thursday was • almost broken -up by the startling atin'ouncement W Mrs.^Elii)or Laiyr?i)ce thi^re' bad been gossip going on ii) the plut^ and she thought P)attl}e disgr^cer;: fill' circumstances should b^ brought before the clib,, that, it was her opinion -that the t>eK]oVt| should' be' thrown out of jjlub.' At which nfioraep^ a *Ud eyed woman at the other, end of tlje room stood up, with' hat askreW;, and a beautiful embroidered heavy taffeta black cape "about her shoulders said, "If you're meaning me, Elinor Lawrence, I would just like to see yoif throw me out. I'm in this club and I'm going to stay in it. I'd jusV Ijke to s^. you pusb me out. I've been £ossoping) and its high time: people knew what's going on.^' With Which she started haranguing Jli'e membp'r^ who squirmed In their scrtu 'jt tbe ai.-cusations of their meager; 9p-; tions. Universilr of CBlifornia students in their senior year, wore married February 6 in SI. Mark's Episcopal church in Berkeley, with several hundred guests to witness the ceremony. They have had a honeymoon trip Jo Mexico Oily and Acapulco and will be at Iheir home on.Buena Visla avenue, Oakland, after March 1. —Stillman photo They Danced the Graceful Minuet At the Colonial Tea Frivlay the 20th i Mrs. William Collier Visits Reb^kali Lodge Cornelia Rebekab lodge No. 205, ; will have the'honor of an official I visit from Mrs: William Collier of I Wlllels, the deputy president ol I District No., 08, Rebekahs, when i the regujar session convenes Mon- j day pvenmg, March 8, in lOOF j hall. Mrs. VeVn Bicktord, noble f grancj of the lodge, announced the ; deputy president's visit Tuesday f following receifit of Mrs. Collier's ; note stating her official itinerary ; would permit he? to accept that date. Aa initiation of several candidates,is scheduled for March 8, the meeting propiises to be one of the most Important events on the lodge . calendar. Mrs.' Albert Lemos will be hostess chairman. At th'^ lodge session held Rxcn- day evening, Fejaruary 2, in lOOF hall, Mrs.-Bickiord launched plans for improxpment of tbe kitchen and dtoing' room facilities. Mrs. Joel Brpsh, vice grarid, and Mrs. Pierce StijJR, right svipporter of , the nbble grand. Were appointed to a cominittee (d have charge with' Mrs. Bickfprd of painting the twii rooms. ' "' Mrs. John Rumer, financial secretary, suggested a fiind-raising campaign for the orphans home and will donate two copper pictures made by herself and husband, as thq award. On March 22, the birthday of the Rpbekah founder, Schuyler Colfax, w(U be celebrated by the entertainment chairman, Mrs. Er win Koch, with the assistance of Fred Adams. The trustees' report on the kitchen was made by Mrs. B. .T. Smith vvith the assistance of Mrs. Edward Burkett. Substitute officers were Mrs. Ernest Humphrey, warden; .Mrs. Erwin Martin, conductor; Mrs. Erwin Koch, chaplain. Hostesses for refreshments after the business session were Mesdames '.Fred Orcutt, Harold Dunn, A, A? Algsr and Ernest Humphrey. ••- _ : ' " Thp Colonial Tea given by the women of the Prei.byterian church Friday, February 20 has been declared a compK»te success both socially and financially. The seats had been removed from the sanctuary of the church and the place had been transformed into a colonial garden, abloom with laurel boughs, flov/ering quince, acacia and pussywillow, This effect was achieved through the direction and work of Mrs. Charlotte Gollins, chairman and Mrs. Guy Redwine, assistant. The bazaar booth was described as extrnvagently filled with practical and dainty handiwork of the year. This was in charge of Mrs. Ida Brown and Mrs. Rena Stout. And the bake table! That was said 10 be 'out ot this world' with its contents of delectable, nutritious eatables. Mrs. Gporge Anderson was the chairman" for that. All of the tea tables were decorated with cloths of cojonial vintage and low bouquets of flowers. There was one George Washington costume worn by Mrs. Elwood Oakleyl, who has recently arrived from Pennsylvania. All of the rest of the women occupied with the tea were in Cplonjal costume, some of which'had been handed down in the family of-the wearers, and all said to be perfect m color and liistorical beauty. There was a program that included the dancing of the minuet by four of the younger of the "Colonial Dames" and chey received great applause for their performance. They were Mesdames Robert Jardine, James B. Massengill, A. S. Fraga and Mildred Oxford. Mrs. Louise Bernhard gave a travelogue of her .recent trip through the United States, centering her talk around Mount Vernon and telling of the difference in the things she ob.served as a girl and the things she saw this trip. Mrs. Lenore Stone sang In the Time of Roses' in her usual good voice. She was accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Mildred Oxford Mrs. Ina Branson and Mrs. Mane Goudge sang a lovely duet accom^ panied by Mrs. Nanette Hoffman One of the prominent visitors at the tea was Mrs. Leonard Freeman Caouette from tlfie International Latitude Observatory. She was generous in her praise of the lavish hands that made possible the perfect Colonial tea., Mrs. Loiiise Berphard was the chairman of the entire committee, all of whom were appreciative of the congratulations and appreciation extended them for their efforts. ^rs, Raymond Foster Honored Guest As Grand Deputy Matron of O.E.S. Breakfast Auxiliary Guests 9f Mrs. Hurt The Breakfast Club Auxiliary will be the guest of Mrs. Roy Hurt at hpr lionje on Luce avenue Monday night, March 1, at 8 p.m. There is no number on the Hurt home and it has been suggested that members who want transportation or direction, will call Mrs, Charlie Lewis at 1166-W, or get in touch with any 61 the members iikejy to jtnow. It is requested that every member who cup will attend the meeting as there is miich business to be transacted. A' new secretary should [.ic eij^cti'd to replace Mrs. Lee Caster, who has moved to Santa Rosa. The by-laws should be read and voted on and that cannot be accomplished without the requisite number present. Mrs. Raymond Foster, deputy grand matron of the Order of Eastern Star paid her official' visit to the Willlts chapter Wednesday, February 25, and witnessed their exemplification of all work of Eastern Star. The formal program of the lodge was preceded by a dinner in the banquet hall served on beautifully appointed tables, the color scheme of which was pink and blue. The lodge room was decorated in paper stars and flowers of pink and blue. The officers of Willits lodge wore white evening gowns with pink and blue corsages. After the formal program the lodge room was transformed into a class room and Mrs. Raymond Fost2r was escorted to the front and center to occupy the chair of superintendent of instruction and observe while Mrs. Anna Portios, worthy matron of the W'illets lodge acted as teacher, hearing t"^ -j lessons of the Willits officers of Eastern Star. Ihe sketcli was a parody on the school of instruction with many clever lines that brought audible reaction from the audience showing their complete enjoyment of the act. Mrs. Marian Rogers of Willits was the author. During the course of the evening one ot Ukinh's own Eastern Star members. Mrs. Jna Branson sang "My Task." She was accompanied on the piano by Mi-s. Agnes Sundquist, musician'for Kingsley lodge. Mrs, Foster was presented a big, red apple by the schoolroa'am of the comedy, Mrs. Anna Portios, worthy matron of the Willits Eusl- ern Star. The apple was of a special sheen and had a money gift attached. Among those attending from Ukiah were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Foster, Mrs. Thelma Bbul- ware, Mrs Juauita Bradshaw, Mrs, Jeannete Hovey, Mrs. Clara Branson, Mr, and Mrs. Linus Millep, Miss Agnes Sundquist, Mrs. Connie Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mazzoni, Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Har|.T sen, Mrs. Ina Branson, Miss May Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Caspaf Squiers, Mrs. Courtney Snydej?, Mrs. Elwood Oakley, Mr.and Rlrs. C. R. Yarbrough, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spurr, Mrs. Stanley-pance, Mrs. Edward McCorrison ' and Lloyd Hamlin, . • ;t developed thaf the wildeyed meanie was'Mrs. Zella D^nneiii whq is a favored comedian pf the' clijb, gnd thp sjcit. wasfpui pa ipr the entgrtairun^nt of the diftrifit officers and guests. whp wgre frjjnkjy gtacHgd Bnd.1§rrJWy .?xn>- pathetlc for the president, 'MyrUe pgliR, who" kept trying to quiet the rapid fire dissension.'apo^^g tl^e ever growing circle of'jneiA; bers. .; ' Miss Hulda Wilson district president of Santa Rosa withiher-iieci'eT^ tary, Miss Amy HoIIinger was seated at Mrs.'Eglins' left. On Mrs*: Egli!i!s right were lytrs. Pa'|;rlcig; Prewcr and three members of Willits club. " '.: : \/: During the course of the evening, the mgfnbps were requestgdl^ write Clarence f .hea, Cpttgre^t sional representative ' ifrqm .this district, and Sheridan Dpwppy Wid William Ifnqwlandi pepatpr!}; s^t; mg their views with reg!)rd • tjje equal rights bill, mi .m 'tejitctfid to come upfordiscussion soo'ii, ,;' Miss Wlson gave a short; ta\k; mentioning that two n^v clpbs }ia(} cope ^pto the d^triqt," we the Sonoma club had entered lyith 76 members and Garberville with 25 members and said .oiiie^ 'clubs woiild h£(ve to keep on ilieir toes to keep up wjth thp'two youfig- sters Sonoma and Garberxjjfpl;,,.:' » She mentioned the'spring cpnr\ ve'ntion tbiat as tb.be m. Ukiah.in' April, and t^^^ she called attention to the state jpeeting in Sa^'ta"Crijz in May. • . '• Mrs. Ella Butler, vice president of the district, said sjie.was/glad to bein the club because ;t{iUows one the privilege of so many fine friends. Miss HoUinger responded with a few .remarks saying she was so, glad she 'was secretary becaijse sh^ always • enjoyed beli }g wifh Hulda. • ,•".••:-:••,.•-,:', M}-s. liouise Beri)}iard called at-: tention to the salad dressing, saying Mrs. Bess Ev.ensole had made it. Then Mrs. Fannie Tpcy mentioned the. time it took' to. deleaf the mapzanita in' the bowls with the Ofiwerihg quince. '','':'''.' AT BAPl^lST iE^HURGH V The highlights of the Baptist 'Women's ^.international t e.'a, Tbiursday afterjjpoo,,was the exr hlbit of iher '<or6ign doUs by Mrs; -l^auMEiikdra.Shi!' gsTv^. a f ine ^alk 'on^the history of the;dolls as .to the costumes, and cutstoipsot the- counf: tries .they repr^ented. Mrs., J: G'. Rumer and Mrs. Eugens DempOl modeled .two^^eautl|ul dresses, one of .holiday EggUsh ,and.,the.otheJ'^ t}}e gay Czc}ieslova,cian embrojdpr- ed numbers.' ," , . ' ' . The .Internatiotial ^a Is- hel(| to promote Chi'istjan friendliness all over th^ world- The churqli' was decoraffed yitji Japppca, • China lilies and daphne'l^'the artistic sr- rangpment^ haylRg bgen. gpliieveil by ^Irg. lioonard Biv()yn and Mrs. ^r^.. P^lB Craw^ori^ was prp- jgrain chalrinap apd ^resentpd ^rs. i'lieonard Brown p an organ solo, vurso'r s'lotn thie New" :w^^^^^ .Symphony by'Antpn Dvorak, "rhet^ iliblsr llatlofi "san^, "A Brpvm Bird :S|ijgpg," followed wrtb' an encorf! in , feo'^iJthern 'dililept', '"Sweet' MJss' T^aty'." " " ^' i^iss, Bernice (^qfer ^aj the guest speaker for'the' ajierrjOpn."SKi»,'i« th^ 'piiristifin 'irJehdUness mission-- L^ry 'fpr ."ijorthern Callcdrnla' Baptist bqOTfepUon' ^pd 'she had mali'y interesting acpogjnts of lie'r, activl- t}es. " ^ • Mfs. Evelyn Bickford iwas chair- jinan of.lhe refresbpent cpmn>ittee, wlih wjiopi sh^;'Vas';TesponsibTe |(gr the daihiy iablp w}th 1^ many idelicacie^,;'Mrs.' Jl G. Rumer and Mrs. Eugene Damjjel poured tea, Mi'^s; filcMord: artd-Ws. 'Ernest Lar! sen pfe^(t^%t*tM*c6flefe ilrh.? tllfHDAY DINNER FOR MRS. HA.PiS ,Mrs. Npll Cox was hostess at a dinner party Tuesday, - February 24, given in honor of the birthdays of: i ^rs. A. L. Harris ahd, H. P.; Clarke. Jonquils and daisies were combmed in a beautiful low bowl cen^rpiece fpr : the deif ctable diniier. ^hose J,o enjoy th^ dinner were^Mrs. Nell Cox; J^r.- and'Mrs, A.. L."Harrls arid"Mr."^and Mrs." R. F. OIkrkev Mrs. HarriS'iihad been :'feted at another dinner ;pa?ty, given at. the home of her..sister, Mrs.-. T. S. Dove in Xuba Gjty, where lyir. ana Mrs..Harris spent the past weekr, end. W. S: Dove also celebfated his birthday, on I^ebruary 24, so it was family party, with; all of the Do'/e'? spns and their wives and pieges and nephews"ofboth sides of the .family present. LOCAL W.S.C.S. AT SdNpMAIlIN NAPA Several members of Ukiah Women's. Society of Christian Service attended the sub-district convention Sonomar held in Napa Wednesday, Mrs. Mabel Davis, P.edwood Empire district secretary, Mrs, May Becklcy, Mrs. Reba Saulsben-y and Mrs. 'Beuiaii Alc- Colloch. They report a fine meeting with much work accomplished for the promotion of their Christian service work. VISITS PARENTS IN UKIAH Mr, and Mrs. L. M. Scott and Alan Scott of Petaluma were guests of Mr, and Mrs. A, D. Scott on Standley street, Mr. and Mrs. A, D. Scott aro L, M. Scott's parents, Ralph Bynip'j Bje ^ssd her Wdlpiifie with a couple pf .i5olQ5,.;"^pyes,iQld Sweet Sohg;t' arid ;|When Graridnia Danced the-Minuet.!' >' t- Gelqt>r«^tgd In Sixty yea^p ago Dr. spd Mrs.lii. E; ^cAbee jyprt jparrled .Ip %jab, early on tjje porhpg of Febi:uary 28 so "il^p 'y could take • t}ie 'e '^rly morning trgintP A |berta» Capadfl, where pr...Mc Abefe-had a ranch home for his bride, ' Today the couple live in ]port- land, Oregon, and on February 28 they.will'gathei? many" ft'Ierids arid relatives about thep if) commemorate their 60 ypar^.'of•: pgfriage. Both of thep 'wpfg,]3p|i>'^^[An- derson Vailed, Qpievafr. ope :firj:dv of the Valley 4nd tfeflthey-^i-ih^'op- ppsiteend. -Elje lf|tcAbee| figm^.b^ in -.the Wjagpri; tr^i|,t«E^M,' ,^Q»H&ig near Wells- l^ng epough; Iflf 'MM- dition of'a kp{); i^Iy^/i'/T Mrs. Mc Ab'ee WBS^ Altc'e^.borio- ho^, d^^gbtpr pf 4prry: EJopol^oe ope of ^jie plpppws'of tjje qoilptry, a jheriff who chased BiaiSH"Bart, but never caught up A^ith him. l^embers of pr -'apd-jyirs. McAbee still living iri this part of the country includp |)ip sistpr, Mrs. Dell Rawles pf Bopnvllle, 90 years old, and their grariddaughffr, Mrs. C. H. Luce, whppi they rs'ised fvom infancy and her spps, David, Ro- beft (sni yf^vff^r^- Mrs, Biil fyjcj^ujce Hostess to Sew and So The Sew and So Club met ?t the home of Mrs,' Bill McGuire WedriesGjiy ior theif ugual pvdping of sewing and sayings on the topics of the day. Because, of '^evjiral members befng absent with the flu, there was a lack of the pld verve in their discussions. Mrs. McGuire served a delicious cake with whipped cream and coffee. ¥?l¥fl.Br%ri.Cirpl« . Ivfet With Hair The -Velva. Brown Glrcle of the Ba1>iist chu^clSi met at' the home of i«rs. Jesse Hair Tuesldby' night, Februarir/24." Mrs.; Pete Blchard- sda had chargii of tHS prOg^ap} and inti'odiiced'"MFS. Louise'fierp- h^f-d as guest speaker. I "Mrs, ^epjijiard g ^ve an mterest- ing'tglk"on l^opijt Yenjori ,^^iMiis- itrating it'.with''pictures. She 'also Wd"^some ,of the highlights 'of :tier .lucent 4rip frpm t|te''jvesi cdast tp ' >fi (jissioni9ry ^lettejrs read included Jrife from 'Oie If win prubl* fap- ay'p:om .Ipdia.i ,-lt. had^^ome'of tijeir daily Clint ^t y^ith the 'Hindis alSd JKn 'rlfHs, ^^^ere fiomedy ^pd Ja^ieqy ^aV^ always .iand -in*fl#' <v.'' <<•.'--• ••The members - mended clothmg fpr a missionary box to gQ^to a f tnily in Greece; ,,jvhich wgs pughtito their attention by one of the ckcle. . JWrs;;Hair served, deliciouc • ref rgflim^rits^ duf ipfe the .social hodr that closed the meelipg. . - Trdyel to f^djaq T i ^tt|J^!^0^ A; group Jof, Ukiali Order of the istei^yfStar; potpred to^'Nap teiid • ifiif?^ • cereriloiiles.hpnoiapg iyi>s1>Theliriia Bailejr;%ahd:virorthy piitrori'irWrii :iAs {i^i 'gia^^^ ed :iri';Uifr%rpii|>^e^i»^ f.i^terf/dfe^ty'ferarid 'matron, Hay Fpsl6i-;^^^^s1VG^^ fii^te * njatrPri, 'MSS;*'TheIipa Boul- .Ware,"'^ w.^rHjy "-"matroh " Md Mrs. Jeff.JBranson. ' '-V'.-:--" -•' ' ••• VOmt'mn PEOPI-E HEBE ; l \trrapa • Ws. -Gebr^^ ,pf 'tortt 'apd'''and' "Mr. arid Mrs. Arqftfp PhSriney 'pf • Sea|tle s0 |nt several days'iai^t week'^t'the h'6rii6 of Mfr.''apd'Mrs.' Charles "W: Fravet, Potrop'? pqj ).5 :e ptljb : The Patrons'. Dance Club met at;Gfa'Pge haUaast.jS^tprdey-nighf arid eV^hrpne reijortfed b»vin^ h9d a dirtikhtjtiU, titnf dapciiig the oJd- tj;pfe-,dapees,f"sn)5hr',B&.l'the;;^^^^^^^ f^Mpppd :Vq^are'yiiaRce, the st ^ot- tllchefwalitz^s arid,folk: dances.. ; Tl^; aRvSys -have'gp^ ^qr th6 ppc^flpns 'larid tiie progra m ^Sturday, night was p charge of Mr;.-awd ar *s. yiclor-EOTtec and ^r. andiMrs.iIi?wlp Kpch. Apibpg Qvp guests of, the evfenipg -viete lig|r.:<arid'Mrs'- W0liap I^pbpg of Bprkeley; Who pre Ji'ouSegjieistii.'O'f tl^eir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robeirt Gilgirir Mr.: arid "Mrs.: Clarence King St. H^lena./'hbus.eguests of Mrl-iSrid Mrs. Mark Klpg", arid Mr. and 'iltr'si Fred Coober "of Uktah. , HERE TO SEE NEW BAf V ,Mr 'and-'-Mrs; E.-'Neuhiu£ are here'visiting'lSfeuhaias'' sister, Mrs.. Harold -IIuU; Harold. Hiift, Marcia andthe brkrid new" baby girl. ' Jj • . .J : -te i.f •-. Fricjay Thirteen^ch Doesn't Disturb Qary Black cats on Friday the 13th have'no teiTors pr Gary Borgpa according to reports received about i|s being his fifth birthday. He. had a^fine •^me playing 'with his sister apd several poiisiris all that day, ^without jnishpp. : ""Hp, was guest ^f honor at pbicken. dinner gjven • ^or: hjiri by his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Joe Bbrgpa apd fittended.by his grand iiarentg. iUr. and Mrs. Walter Wirisby; His uiicle, . Bob Winsby; cqusipji, Susan, Joyce and Jimmie Wlnsby and fiis'sister,'Donna and. 'brother, Walter. There was a four tier birthday C§ke' baked and decorated by hiS mpther. It had five candles and in •his 'mother's writing in colored cpndied fcing was Happy Birthday, With so much good happen.uig' to him. Gary considered it u lucky Friday for him. Ukiah Coiipie Wed JIME OF WEETIN6 Monday Ifl Nevada '5 ""AFTERNOON Van jSuys Redding Interest to Ukiahons Robert Ely Gibsop of Van Nv(ys, grapdsop, of pan pibson and , a cousin of Mrs. Joanne .Grotbe, both of Ukiah, was marrieji p January to M'SS Dorothy Mae Gross of North Hollywood, the cpreipony ta'king place in Jhp Ceptral phris- fian eliurch. i , '' 'The "bridp is tlie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Laird Gross of Nortli Hollywood; the bridegroom thesqn of Mr. and' Mrs. Ernest Daniel Gipson. H^ is eniployed at the pljerman Oa)ts postorfic'e. 'His parents are pionpers of Van Nuys vallpy. • • * : ;— Rev. Iieonard Brown of the Baptist fihurcb has 'tjeep at: home: with influenza for several days.'. • The marriage of Mrs. Mary Noble and Russell Leland Clarke was consummated •at/ the Presbyterian church in Reno 'Monday, February 23, at a simple and beautiful ceremony attended only by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonni'field, who accompanied them from Ukiah The young couple grew up in .Ukiah and graduated from high school here. Both were m the serr vice, Clarke .having enlisted' with the signal, corps and Mrs. "Noble jpined ,the WAVES. ClarHp saw duty ,:in- the European theatre of operations, well as in the Pacific. Mrs. Noble spent her years of service in Wajhingtop, D„C. i When fortifne again placed themj ip the same circle of friends, their old interest in each other was re^ newe'd and they announced their coming marriage^to their family and dose friends. Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Clarke -were hosts at dinner at Southworths' p honor of the young couple. The.' guests were Russell and his fianqee, Mr.ana Mrs.' Norman Buhn, Rlphard ^uhn, Carlton Clarke, Mr. and. Mrs. Phillip Mar-, tin,"Mr. and ;Mrs; Robert Bonnifield.-Mr. and Airs. Robert Hamil*ton and-Mr.' and Mrs. A. "W. Water-, bury. ••' The hew ,'Mrs. Clarke is the daughter/Of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Buhn. Russell is the son 6f Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Clarke. They will return home Tuesday and will leave immediately for a short- honeymoon -in the ' tfouthorn part of the state. The, Saturday Afternoon, Club guest night has been changed t6 an afternoon :meeting, starting a , 2:30 p.m., February: 28, instead o meeting in, the evening as'plan­ ned. The chamber of commerce dinner-will |)e given on the same .night arid' many o'f ,'the mehibers of the club'had' planned to>attend the dinner. O.E.S. Will Postppnp Past Officers' Night Order of the pastern -Star wlJJ Jiave their regular, meetipg Monday, March li except |hey have ipoved the past matrons? and pa'p^ patrons' night up to Aprp 5, o'n. account of the . Albert; Spalding violin concert of the ykiah Concert Assocaiton at the high school auditorium on March 1. Mrs. 11a Hollander will be the chairman of the committee, and oth6rs on the cdrttfnittee are Mrs. Lela Hildreth, William' Hlfdreih, Mrs. Iva Shore, Mrs. Zella Bartlett, Mrs. Gladys Hansen,"Alfred McKinneyj Bemice MoKinney and George Bartlett. . Post President Parley Met at Ruth Sails Home The Past President's Parley, of American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs; Ruth Sails Tues-. day, February 24, for an evening of sewing and informal discussion of auxiliary business.\ , In the drawing for the. surprise jjpckage Mrs. Ethel German proved the lucky •number • holder. Re- i«frpshmenls of loganberry ^le, ice cream and coffee were, served by. lyirs. Sails and her assistant hostess,. Mrs.-ErudepceLaviletta. Those.attending were Mesdames Bess Eversole, Ethel German, ;^nn Moore, Lillian De. Keno, Charlotte King, Prudence Laviletta and Ruth Sails. . , , VISITING RELATIVES Mr. and- Mrs. George Caldwell have gone up near Shasta mountain about 30 miles north of Redding- to visit .their, parents, Mr.­ and. Mrs. Earl Caldwell, for a fe\v days. , Baptist Young People Sp^nd Pleasant Time There were 2S of the young people of the B.Y.P.U. at: the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jamfes Cooke last 'Sunday night, S^sbru- ary 22, for an evening of §ames • apd good times after church, tors. ,pooke /had promised the young folks a feed of hamburgers some time before, and that yras the tppe ^elected to fulfill the data, The boys arid girls took all the 8nc6m- panying food and when it was'all set, there ,was q.ulte a spread to complete an evening of real en-' joyment Mr. and Mrs. Oryille Colman and Mr. and Mrs. Verpp. Bickford were m pb^rge ot"the group activities. V ' :V, Mrs. Bichar(} Schwarp ha$ beep, a visitor in 'San Francisco, fpr several days. . . " Goldeii^tate Hotel SAM FRXN^CISGO'S J»oyf#U Strafi >^ ejitt In the Hub T-But Out pf t^,e Hut)-^pl? Choice of Outstde-Inside Rooms —: WITH PATH i— Single $7.00 —- Doubl; $2.5P —: WITHOUT BATH :—: Single $1.50 —.Double $2.00; Lem Sh'ibley A Bin FHWilHOUSE kihwaHs) i^ery^^<0;^ec^tifii^ ^s-yed reduces ^pwet output ai|d b^p? W^f>!! iiiii^atjpn,'!^ y}t^ np'ed in 4pHg:ht-«trickeh. CaliForat^ tpdf^* j; ; ' ' A small amquflit of elpOfjq jcu^ one hope becomes a big fayjp^ V%°;fflHj9* ' |li^«J'^ iij t )|9uji ^ti<ii 'of «tbeic hoiries' jtbi;rt»>gTO»>^ i^oV^ef}? an ^'e ^fjtrai GaUf^^ ' . Hill If iipir If ji^pi if If tonight in every h^me just one^ligkt,bulbpf4(Hl w^tts pfrg turned off i^nd If]^ of^, then fnofftbajif 90,QQ(Ji kilomtfs of elfic^ricjtx^^m^^ This 90,000 kilowatts smcti (t^pecft^Uji!. 4.uri^$ tjbe[^e^li loof^ bftwept 4 and 8 p. in.) would adid ^p,'(p the qvtpu^ of a ^l^/ekctric poifierfipusf,, - nof 5tntt a "?;aiye'xOO Vatf?" RfPgipWiP! if? your hoine tonight? Practice this arid all odijer pPlisiqlf cpi?spry?itiqn measures until the drought uid ppw«r emftrgeacie^ are oy^cjl! ' Attorney and Counselor at ^ayr ;VB|Y KHQWATT PF ElECTRIplTY SAVED CONTRIBUTES TO THE GENERAL WEIkFARI

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