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DISPATCH DEMOCRAT. UKXAH, CALIFORNIA wants News Notes Doro+hy Lee Freeman Celebrates Her Bir+W •I 'wiLLITS, Feb.SB. — Let it be known that women can keep silent, It was proven last Thursday at thiWiome of Mrs. Shirley Case Where 25 ladies played a sixth or Silent hand of Dutch Whist. The BerWty o^apbint for the opponent for speaftiiiig' may have been ' an incentive, but regardless, silence did preyait; .Thp occasion was a Suiprlse' bSby shoWer fqr Mrs. Betty; Mitchell; wiio received "an bverfloWihg bfesinette of gifts from Mesdames Eloise ;"5yhited, Ernest- Jije Porr6,'Betly t)eghi, Ella Cava- uaiigh,: Gay Cameron, Gert Zanella, Barbara Steadinan, Anita Swope, Bette Morris, Jean Zan- eUa, Helen Gray, Eariene Whittaker,. June Roby, Mildred Hill, Lorraine: Collins, Midge Collins, Emma Alcott, Shirley Case, Evelyn CoUierj Patty Garliepp, Skip Case, Patty Garljepp and Evelyn Busby. Hostesses. Mesdames Slcip ease, Patty Garltepi) and' velyA CpUler served a inictaight sriack of -chicken saladj; complete' with ^ bread sandwidhes atid tiriiri- 3ings topped off with rhiniature iasinettes of candy and, of course, t^efe vifere coffee and chocplate. ii-Winners in Dutch whist were I 'rlene Whittaker and Mildred .\^The consolation prizes went to J\lne Rqby, and Lorraine Col- 'lins. Mrs,. • .Barbara Steadman "Iproved,that;she knew her beans by guessing! the aumber of bears in a jar, consequently she received a $5 Credit order on the Willits I^Cleanfe. Good guessing, Barbara. ' WiUits Lodge, P.&A.M., rounded out a busy month.with a second degree last Friday night. With the weather deiinitely wet the coffee aridi sweet cakes were just ;what was needed. . The regular meeting of th"e W.I.C. Club will be held March •5, in the Veterans' Memorial building at 2:15, with Mrs. Darrold Page as program chairman. Mrs, Olive Bvsch of Ukiah, county chairman of California History and Indian Welfare, will be guest speaker. Hostesses for the afternoon , will be Mesdames Henry Haehlj A. A. de Grassi, Fred Hamilton, Lecjria'rd Munson, Fred Littlefield and Alexander Hansen. T\ie Women's Society of Christian' Service of the Methodist church met February ,25. Hostesses Mesdames, Esther Elliott, Bette Duncan and Susan Foster served homemade cake and coffee to the E s than 40 ladies present. The , lace-covered table was cen- 1 with attractive arrangements of sweet daplme. Mrs. Maftc Walker, president,. pre?ided .over the itoeeting and Mrs. Grace Williams glive the devotions. Afterward Mp. Esther Elliott entertained the ^oup with a sacred song, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Flora •^axon. H6v. Haggarty stressed the need of prayer and self-denial during the Lenten season. After this the houseparty of the Redwood District, which, is to be held at Hoberg's on May 11, 12, was discussed and several members made reservations to attend. Eight new members were added to the society at the meeting. . March 20 will .find Val's Meat Market looking as if it should have been O'Vallery's, for the Irish touch will be quite evident. On that date the ladies of the Altar Society, of St. Anthony's will feature a St. Patrick Day bazaar. It will feature food and fancy work, both useful and ornamental. There's bound to be something everyone wants. Cupid:.bas scored again! This time the little felow marked Irlene Dukes and Frarik Boomer for matrimony. To honor tlie coming event Mesdames Sarah Secrist, Barbara Steadman, Ogg and Boorner were hostesses at a bride- elect shower whereat they entertained Mesdames Dukes, Lawson, Olson, Page, as well .as Elsie Law- Ecjp, Pat Collins, Patsy Page, Bar- fc^^a Cronk, Barbara Couey, Arvenell Dukes, Marge Cleveland, une Page, Martha Rothsprack, Jamieson who, bemg a' member of the forestry service, was fully qualifled to speak on forestry. Other business discussed included Ladies' Night,, which they will hold next Wednesday. Could it be they are going incognito, so as to be safe from the lassies who plan to take advantage of leap year?' The whist and bridge •pM:f: given by the W.I.C for the beiie^t \ Of the Cooperative Nursery School was indeed a success. It was held on February 25 at Leals's hall,, and all 60 persons present thor- 1 oughly enjoyed the party, from | the cards to the rich pecan pie | with whipped cream and coffee,' which was served by the hostesses, Mesdames Sam Petty, Ray Hilderbrand, Jolin Kiraly and Max Whitsman. Mrs. George Petersen was the artist responsible for the dlever posters advertising the affair, as- well as for the equally clever scorecards. The cards were in form of a slate with approjiriatc sketches to match the hall -ant table decorations, for which' Mrs. Lester McCray receives a bouquet. She, too, carried out the nursery school theme with pictures painted by the youngsters and books befitting the age group on display. She did the tables with daffodils and ivy. Mrs. John Brooks, Sr., won the door prize, a circus cake generously donated by Mrs, Grace Williams, Whist winners were Rose Anderson, Erma Mai^jn, Saruh Secrist and Viola Crouch, while at the bridge tables Inez Frost took top score with Alecia Guests 'enjoying the beauliful birthday party given for Dotothy • LB« Fr*eman at the libme of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I George Hildreth are pictured above. Reading from left to riglit are Rosemary McDonald. Emma Lee Haley; Kw Robins*'". Dorothy Lee Freeman, Merdis Freeman, Janet McDonald, Judy Carpenter and Sherry McCallum.-' : 'f.i'.A AiERSiMEl ^ Anderson Valley News PHILO, March meeting for those interested in Cureton, Dorothy Whitaker, Fan- j the highway, commission's -eporls nie Bradford, Rose Heckendorf and Mrs. John Hanson also receiving prizes. Additional prizes by drawing were given to Mrs. Fred Collins and.Orletta Nelson. Miss Mary F. Fiedler, regional field advisor of Camp Fire Girls for Region 10, helped local Gamp Fire girls' guardians and interested citizens in organizing a" camp council. Lee Wise was appointed temporary chairman in charge tb organize the camp council. The committee made up of. Robert Maize, Mrs. Roy Hampton, Rev. William Haggerty and James Maize war. appointed to work on organization, while the membership committee, of Mrs. Jane H. 3-T -A" dinner [Club. Those who took part were Julie Anne Velie, Patricia Wright, Norma Benton, Louella Canavari, Darlene Benton and Mary Lou for this area was held Friday night, February 27, at Ray's Re-,' Nichols. Lorena Nash, who was to sort. Discussion took place on [ take a part, could not attend, due what improvements this highway/to illness. Following the demon- coul* expect this year, from I stration the lenders held their Cloverdale to the coast highway, j meeting, discussing the future pro- Those present at the meeting were' gram of the 4 -H Club, and various Ward Meyard of San Francisco,' suggestions and activities of indi- Clyde Edmundson, manager of the i vidual clubs, •'"ri,!!^ tu^ jaaAax-a R.E.A.; the president of the Fort Bragg Chamber of Commerce; Ed Haehl, supervisor for this district; Ernest Weisse, chairman for the evening; Homer Charles, Sr., Homer Charles, H. J. June, Don Pardini, Fred Rawles, Vernon Rawles and Avon Ray. While the leaders were thus engaged, the four 4 -H Club girls who put on the demonstration, did the dishes. Lucky winner of the "Win a Dress" contest at the Stylo Shop this month was Mrs. Augusta Rud- doclc, Another purchase of property for a liomesite has been made by Charles Atlcins, who'bought a lot from J. R. Wilson of Boonville. Over eighty people were present Williams TdMr^yrrtha^J^^^^^^ j. R . Wilson ot ^oonvme. rud, plan to go into acbon ^soon. j Sat^u^d^ mght by the^Kecl^^^^ ^^^.^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ley, one of its members. Cards Hiving at the Hess mill, wliere -he were played and many prizes do-jis employed. nated by Rebekahs were won. i Plans have begun on the Miller The 25 persons present will undoubtedly return again in April, at v/hich time another regional representative "win be present. Visiting the Carl Beggs' home over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beggs, (hfe is Carl's brother) and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Samuelson, al} p| Petaluma. Hunting must have been discussed as Mr. Samuelson is 'a member of the deer-hunting party that journeys tp San Hedrin each season, as guests of Carl Beggs. Sign Golfers For Summer Tourney First prize for men was won by Richard Day, and for women by home, which is another recent purchase. Mr. and Mrs. Russell With an eye to creating interest among Ukiah golfers in stammer tournament possibilities, H. D. Roberts has been busy the past few weeks getting signatures from the members of Ukiali, Elks lodge under a heading that reads as follows: To develop a greater interest in golf and good sportsmanship, the following members of the local lodge will keep in practice tp the best of their ability and stand ready to defend ,this organization in competition with other groups in any tournarneht or challenge offered by other local clubs ' or, ^^-^.^^y-a^--^ tte"home of Mr. Delitha Clark. Low prize was Miller, who plan to build a 5- or 0- claimed by Edna Cotton and Ruby room home, purchased the prop- Hulbert. At.leajt 30 other prizes erty back of the horaesites opposite were awarded to the next liighest the Boonville Hotel. Their prop- scores. Following the cards, home- ' erty extends from the homesites to made cake and coffee were served, the creeit. The remaining cakes ware auc-' tioned by Don Strickland and at least $25 were taketi in. An apron donated by Bertha Boyd was won by Mrs, George Burns, The donr prize of $5 was claimed by James Hotell, and Mrs. John Peterson won the radio. A surprise birthday party for Roy Zane of Boonville was held at the Zane home Thursday night. Mr, and Mrs. Zane were completely surprised by the friends who dropped in with a birthday cake and good wishes. Cartis were enjoyed during the evening, by the following guests: Messrs. and Mesdames Ernest Wiesse, Harold Eyles, Avon Ray, Fred Rawles, Vernon Rawles, Mervyn Perkins and Homer Charles. The wedding of Miss Joy Magiii- nes and Lorenzo Nye took place lodges. Signatures of more than 20 members now appear on the sheet and a committee, which includes Ernest Banker and Newell Rawles as'members, is active in promoting | more interest in the idea. Roberts is sponsoring a Civic Group. Annual Trophy to be awarded the winner in final tournament play each season, with the name of the winning organization to be engraved on the "Oscar" each year. "All golfers or local residents - . _ . who would like to become ac|Shirley Couey, Richie Dukes, Bar- [ quainted with the fascinating game |<|Daj -a Evans, Helen Lara, Beverly tsjioddard and Roberta Yokum. £n- '(b-tertainment consisted, in part, of a game, whereby each girl could see her future forcast.. Though not superstitious by nature, all present hoped that it would be correct, as the honoree came out with highest honors, or with love, fame and gold promised to her. Winner in the WQrd scrambling contest was June Page, while Marge Cleveland was awarded, the boobie piize. Refreshments of ice cream, cake and punch were served on a white table decorated with pink and blue flowers. Those invited but unable to attend were Bobbie Ullstrc^pi,- iMarilyn Boomer, Evelyn HetlMaorf. Lillian Kroh and Rozanrife'tBttUoek; ' Ther4'1 |?^cf slbubt tliat the 20-30 Club is 'Composed of, red-blooded he-men.'-Should anyone doubt it, let thlBfrf check with Norman Miller, laborafoi-y technician at Howard'Memorial Hospital, who spent Wednesday evening taking samples of their blood. It was done at their regular meeting with ^ the purpose that once the blood is typed, and a transfusion becomes necessary, there will be no "•"lay in finding a donor with the tt^ct type. Besides their dinner at'Andy's, the club enjoyed listening to their guest speaker, "Bill" of golf should drag out their outfits, dust off their bags, check over clubs and see if there are stiil a few tees and balls left," Roberts said. "Some other Ukiah organizations have already taken up the challenge and are busy organizing their members now. It is hoped that each lodge and cliib wiU cbri^e forth with a representation. Our beautiful golf course is an ideal place for an abundance of good sportsmanship and some healthful amusement. "All piay-offs will be matched and supervised by our very competent pro, Bob Clark. "The San Rafael Elks lodge has sent a challenge to the Ukiah chapter to meet their golfers and to bring along the billiards team too. Some of the Ukia'n brothers are looking forward to a trip to San Rafael some weekend when the weather is good. Of course, a return meet in Ukiah will be expected, too, "If all golfers get behind this movement and put it over in a big way we may see some busy limes ;it the Ukiah course this year. A tournament program will bring many outsiders liere and get them acquainted with our fine course. In addition, many of our golfers will bo given ;in inccnlivo to travel." and Mrs. Maurice Farrer of Boonville, Judge June performed the ceremony, which was a simple one with only a few friends present. Cake, sandwiches and coffee were served following the ceremony. Those present were Messrs. and Mesdames Coy Smith, Walter Sands, Glen McAbee, Maurice Farrer, and Judge June.-The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maginnes of San Francisco, and at present is teaching at the local high school. Lorenzo Nye, origin- Point Arena POINT ARENA, March 3— Mr, and Mrs. Bill Rudolph spent the weekend visiting Claire and Ernie Titus. While hera they went fishing. Norma Falleri is taking Eileen Wilsons' place rn the telephone office. Ho-ivard Fry uf Elk has been on the sick list, Owen Cruce went to principals' meeting at Willits February 28. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Conrad, formerly of Point Arena, but now of Garberville, visited here over the weekend. Ge'iie Allen of Oakland visited friends and relatives here last week. Clifford Stormes of the U.S.C.G. has been transferred to the light ship near Eureka. His wife and daughter expect to move there soon. Game Warden McKerlie has re- .turned to his home here after three weelre in the hospital at Fort Bragg. Warren Smith, who replaced McKerlie after the accident, returned to his home in King county. The iron curtain has been let down on the steelhcad fishermen until next season. The past salmon I^HILO, Feb, '28.-rRepair work is-still being done dh the; bridge St the mouth- of'the Navarro rivdr, Alljtraffic has beeii-stopped'frcfm crossing the bridge the last few days and m'dtorists" going, tb Point Arena ani} southern parts' of the coast have used the GreeriWqod road,' three miles south of Pbil'o. Plans were made for the annual visit of District Deputy President Vada Collier' at the regular meeting of the Rebekah lodge, Tuepd^y night. Mrs. Collier will make her visit on March 9 and the occasion will be formal. Plans were also furthered on the card party given Saturday night. Following the meeting cake and coffee were served by the refreshment committee. Ruby Knivils, Arline McAbee and Hazel Smith. The Ladies' Aid of Philo held a special meeting Friday night.to practice their play, which will be given in March. "The practice was held at the home of Mrs. Louise Peterson. A regular monthly meeting of the Boonville and Philo church stewards will be held at the Boonville church Tuesday evening at 7:30. Word has been received by Trustee Florence Farrer of Boonville that a minister will be sent within the next few weeks. Since the- Clness of the former pastor. Rev. •'W. Reid, the two churches have been without a minister. The Philo church laymen are conducting services at 11 a.m. every Sunday. The Boon-vilJe church has been having morning services conducted by Rev. Gibson, a retired Baptist minister who is employed at the Merritt mill. He hai been doing able work and both cliurches have been carrying on with little loss of attendance. Plans have been going ahead for i Ukiah Cagers Drop Thriller Cats Blanked In Final Quarter As Play Resumes Although they had the misfortune to come out on the little end of'the score, the Ultiah Wildcats' first string gave the cash customer 'sa b&sketfuU of thrills as they •want down 19 to 16 at the hands of their arch rivals, tlie muscular Lak^port quintet, here Friday night. Both clubs; were keyed to a high pitch and their overanxiety frequently robbed them of extra points through the hoop in the low-scoring battle. , The second game of the season ' with-Lakeport, the Friday tussle marked the .first appearance of a Lakeport hoop team in Ukiah following the resumption of basketball relations betweeri the schools. Coach Roy Burkhe'ad's charges showed themselves to be a well• coached outfit, schooled in the fine points of sportsmanlike conduct in addition to being vrell grounded in the fundamentals of the game. Although players' tempers frayed at sevet-al pbints in the nei-ve- wracking final quarter, casualties were avbideti knd fans agreed that , officials , BiU Matiford and Georjge Hengeveld turned in a commeiidable jblj of calling. The Cats, started slowly, allowing the lads-from the lake country to .pile up six points before Wright broke-the ice with a successful free th'row, after which the locals warmed up with a determined stern chase and overhauled the visitors to lead 7 to 6 as the quarter closed. It was 14 .to lO, with Ukiah in the lead at ithe half and the Cats were able tc hang on during the third frame to lead 16 to 13 as the period ended, feut those 16 markers were all Piffero and Radcliffe and company could collect, as they were blanked in the last qu&rter and Lakeport went ahead to win 19 to 16, with the hoop showing a singular repulsion for the scoring efforts of both sides. Time, after time the ball rolled tantalizingly around the rim, only to fall outside. Total individual poin-ts were nothing to write home about, but the brilliant floor play of young Piffero, the Cats' mighty mite, was definitely outstanding. The fast Ukiah forward multiplied his efforts repeatedly, seeming to swarm all over the court at once, recovering the ball consistently from towering opponents. Lakeport cagers seemed to have a little edge throughout the contest in the vital matter of controlling the rebounds, however. In the preliminary, the Ul:iah Kittens had all they could handle to come out on top of the Lakeport^ seconds during the first half, but extra intelligence imparted during the mid-game recess may have made a difference as Bill Murphy's hopefuls surged ahead, leading 18 to 16 at the end of the it Potter Valley News . , , I. n/r- r ^u third period and finishing the game the style show by Miss Charm.an, command of a 34 to 25 lead -Ward of the Style Shop on March As was the case with their first 13 at the high school auditorium, fswd.u.^j--^-'j^'v The style show will follow the, a- l^.ttie^rs ^as -ere^^^ unity Club meeting and the^^^^^^^^ during the first is cordially invited to attend at ' ^ contest, N. Wright was 2 p.m. -Miss Beatrice Pme who , Part of the co t ^.^^ will open a beauty salon shortly j ^ i„ ,.,m Hr. th« hnir .stvl- I H-PO"" total- Summary, first team game. The Wildwood Choir held the Ukiah—16 18—Lakeport 74rPool first pi -acticB for their Ea.ster Can- Piffero <4).- F tata Thursday night at the Philo Lolonis (2J -. P -;„2> Phelps church. Thr. next practice will be Radcliffe (*J C (2) Cautls.. March 4 at the home of Mrs. Wright (3) G «ay ally from South Dakota, is em-: season w.is unusually good, but the Millie Brown of Philo. REDWOOD VMEY Puget (1) O (2) Williams iLanglois MiUer ' Goudge (2) f6) MacDonnld , Rupe '2' Slice ! Thornton <2) Harmon ; Mi^':hell - - De Bolt Do Lotty Senteney "B" game summary^ "UUiah -^34~ ""25—Lakeport ployed in the woods by the Independent Redwood Company. Their present plans are indefinite, although Mrs, Nye will continue teaching until the end of the school term. Mr. and Mrs, Bill Dightman of Philo had as their guests this weekend, Mrs. Dightman's mother and fatftei^ Mr. and Mrs. ft. L, Davis of Sacramento, and her uncle, Arthur Berry, also of that city. Other guests later in the week at the Diglitman ftbme weio Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Berry of Alhambra, Mrs. Dightman also received the good news this week that she is an aunt. Her only sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Curley Dugas of Sacramento, arc the parents of an 8 -pound, 11- ounce boy, who is to be called Timothy Andre. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Clark accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Nick Posta to Rockport Sunday, where they visited Carl j'ohnson, who is operating a lath mill there. The 4 -H Club leaders held their council meeting February 24 at the Indian Creek Lod^e near Philo. Leaders from every club in the county were present lo enjoy the pot-luck dinner. Following the dinner, dishes were stacked and the program besan with a dcm- (instr;ition entitled, Color and Yuu, aivcii by the AnUei'son Valley i-U steelhead season rather poor, Fred McMurray oi: Hollywood was in town Sunday afternoon. He has been staying at Gualala . and doing some lishing on the river. He is planning on building a $50,000 home near Gualala. Mr. and Mrs. Bradshaw are planning to take over the Point Arena Inn Cafe. It should be opened again by Saturday. February 24, a Boy Scout ineet- ing was held in the high school auditorium by Mr. Hickenbottom of Ukiah, A large crowd ol grammar school boys attended, and five or six high school boys. The program started when the scouts from Fort Bragg carried in the flag and gave the salute. A movie in techni­ color was shown, to acquaint the audience with the duties and actions of a Boy Scout troop. The Fort Bragg scouts and Point Arena boys then retired to one of the classrooms . to get acquainted, while Mr. Hickenbottom discussed different plans with a few parents. Due to the fact that only seven adults were present, everyone agreed that nothing could be done until more people showed they wanted a scout troop. There will. I be a second meeting held March 10 at 8:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium. This meeting will decide whether ur not PiiiiU Areii.-i wants a scout troop. POTTER VALLEY. Feb.. 3,— Mr. and Mrs. James McFall and family have come from Calpella and are now living at the Potter Valley mill. Ml', and Mrs. William Stasen and family have moved from Ukiah to Potter Vanes' where Mr, Stasen Is employed at the mill. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clark of Atherton were calling on Potter friends Simday. Mrs. Orville Frost and Mrs. P. B. Westerman attended the dramatic reading given in Ukaih Saturday at the Saturday Afternoon Club rooms by Mrs, Harriett Barnes of Santa Rosa. Mrs. E. A. Spotswood spent Friday night and Saturday at the home of her son-in-law arid daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Leard of Ulciah, The potluck supper at the Grange Saturday night drew a large group of people. Following the meeting and the first and second degree initiation ceremonies motion pictures were shown by the lecturer, Mrs. Lester Hulberl. On the hospitality committee for the supper were Messrs. and Mes- [idames Fox, Scott Clark, Lawrence Clark, Erwin Wipf, Joe Harlan and Volmer Petersen. The initiates included Mr. and Mrs, Downs, Mr, and Mrs. Edward Diekes and George Bilstein. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Downs and family have moved into the Gavin house, now owned by Mrs, Fannie Sloper. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Meyer and family are living in the apartment recently vacated by the Downs, until their new house is completed. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thompson with Junior Ray and Roxie spent last weekend in Eureka visiting Mrs. Thompson's father and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Annis. June Hunter accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hunter of Ukiah, on a business trip to Sacramento. While his parents are away, Ronnie Hunter is staying with his uncle arid aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Meyer. Patsy Vidas, who has been ill for seven weeks, is now back at her studies at t he local high school. Friday night Potte* #a,^ Viotttfi-fi ous over the undefeated CovSltfjj basketball teams. Every seafvln thBI local gym was taker! and the games Brought forth -much oh»- thuslasm. Visitors from Coyolo and; Kelseyville were there also to see', the games. i Warren English of Gai-berviUe,/ was a guest Isist week at the hbiiie of his aunt, Mrs. Belle Be-vans, fC ' Mrs. Brohsori Gilloghly rtturned last week from the Sacramento ' valley where she was the guest of friends. A large group of Community- Concert members attended the' concert at the Ukiah high school' audi'orium Monday evening. James Sheltoh entertained a family group and a fe-w friends ,, Saturday afternoon at a shower for Mrs. M- A. Weber, TTidse greeting the honored guest and bringing lovely and useful gilts were Mesd'arnes Herbert Pickle, Henry Dickey, Gene Shclton, Clarence Harvey, Charles Whittaker, Foster Guntly, Ella Hughes, H, Hildebrand, Patty Miller, Alfred Shel- . ton and Mrs, Branch. , .;. Joe Wilson was a business visitor to Siakfoii county last week. Lloyd Shclton spent the weekend with his wife and family in Grass valley, ' ' j Mrs. Charles and daughters have moved to one of the Dell Prager, apartinents. ' j" Letters from Mrs. Lawrence Bufford, who is in Sells; Arizona,' tell that her daughter Is regaiO-> ing her health and that she eA* pects to be home in a few more' weeks. The most successful of all the amateur shows was held Tuesday night in the Grange hall. The pro: , ' gram was varied • and Interestisig and attended by a record-breaking crowd. Prize winners in tJie-juil-! ior group wore Kenneth Wipf, tor his song and a specialty song an4 dance worked up by Barbara Hook and Mary Lou Ov/ens in the senior groupi, Mrs. Lawrence Clark and the Eel River Trio were voted the best, Sanetwiches, dough-'/ . nuts and coffee were served by the eighth grade girls under the able supervision of Mrs, Spots-' wood. Feminine Cagers stage Fast Game Action in the feminine division of the Ukiah recreation league was highlighted by the Bachelorettes in their 22 to 20 victory over the State Street Hussies last Thursday night in the high school gym. Sparked hy Dorothy Hunt, the Bachelorettes edged their way into 1 tie for second place in the girls' .iivision. Diminutive Evelyn Ringstrom, who equslled Miss Hunt's scoring ifforts for the evening, was seriously handicapped by the defensive work of Barbara Dumas, who kept her on the ineffective list for the greater part of the game. Firing the opening gun in the junior girls' basketball league, the Dolls, led by Ann Myszka, thoroughly trounced a bewildered Sheepherder quintet 18 to 6, Monday afternoon on the grammau school court. Following is the summary of the senior division game: George Weaving REDWOOD VALLEY, Feb. 2B —Mrs. A. W. Simmons and Mrs, Nels Nelson left Tuesday for Los Angeles for a visit with relatives : g£^— --(3)— p ;~~Buscb and friends. They were looking' p (1) J.Ray forward especially to a visit with jj^^^ (g, Q Conable Mrs. Mack Stewart, the former; ^^^^,5^ ,7, ' ' Q _ G.Ray Phyllis Jordjjn, who resides j" ,Martinelli (4) ...G .-. (6) Adair Santa Ana. The ladies expect to, j Tjngiey (2) Camilleri be away a week or 10 days and : (8, igagcs will also visit relatives in Kings-: ^3^51^^ ". (3, Henderson ''"'•S- I Gibbs - Augustine E. Kelchey and Mr. and Mrs,, McGrew —- Shaffer P. Van Aspiran of Santa Rosa ; Sazzoni .1 ; —- Brumm were recent visitors at the C. j jjcGill -— - -r <^5), Wale Oliver home. Bob and Gene Hal- " -lock of Oakland were also visitors over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver. • Mrs. Flora Fancher of Clatskani, Oregon, was a visitor at the T. M. Jameson and Kiptler Watson horrie for several days. Mrs. Fancher was postriiaster at Calpella about 30 years ago. She was enroute from a visit in soutliern California wiht her son Paul and family and a sister.' Mr, and Mrs. Merril Haag of Oakland enjoyed the holiday weekend at their ranch here. The ladies of the C.S.S.A. will meet Thursday afternoon, March 4, with Mrs. Jack Cromwell and Mrs. Earl Lindley as hostesses. The rainfall for the season to date, Fobrunry 26, is 17.54 inches, the last rainfall being only .18 of an inch. Mrs. Woodson of Long Beach visited her son Jack and fninii last week. Don Hearn, S/2c, lias been recently discharged from the navy, boiii.ij stationed for about two i^ears at Guam. Don is at present Bachelorettes —22 20—Hussies Luchessi (6> . F . "(To/ Ringstrom Hunt (10) ... F. . (6) Hooker Boulware (2> C (2) Caya Webb (3) G , Salisbury Dumas (1) .. G Parker Cyphers (3) Bartolomci Rawles Garzini Summary, junior league game: DollB— 18 6 —Sheepherders Heryford (2) F- ... (2) Shephard Guthrie (4) Webb Myszka (12) . .. e George Imwalle G Tanning Dahleen G. Wall P. Smith Richwine Moschetti (4) Viarengo MRS. HASKELL HtftrtS HOME Mrs. Hugh Haskell and her son Richard spent last weekend in Berkeley looking for a place to live. They have enjoyed living in Ukiah so much, they are finding it hard to locate a home in similar surroundings and climate. They are getting ready to dispose of their home here. E. M. Calmer, owner of the Redbud ranch on the Dos Rios and Laytonviile road, was in Uikah Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Stitcher have moved from 510 South Dora to 742 West Stephenson, which they have redecorated and li^nd most cheerful. Lucky girls will have birthdays only every fourth ysar, having been born on February 29 at the Ukiah General Hospital, The first was the daughter cif Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson, Route 1 of Redwood Valley. Dr. James B, Massengill was the physician attending the birth. The second was the daughter of" " Mr. and Mrs. Frank Britton of Route 1 Ukiah, with Dr. Nicholas Zbitnoff officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Larry liar of Calpella have a new son, born at the Ultiah General Hospital, February 25, The doctor was Glenn Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wise of Lake c6unty had a daughter bom at Ukiah General Hospital February 23 under the direction of Dr. Nicholas Zbitnoff. They named her Diana Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Guldi, Jr., named their son Raymond Leroy. He was born on February 23, with Dr. A. C. Miller in charge of operations, .San Francisco was the birthplace of Ronald Lee Sperlich, born February 23 to Mr. and Mrs. John Sperlich. His motliei' was Edith Boyrf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Briyd of Redwood valley and grand-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cromwell of 845 Dors avenue, Ukiah. Ronalds' paternal grandparents, Mr. arid Mrs. Paul Sperlich alt^b live in Redwood valley. MAHHIAGE LICENSES ISSUED At Ukiah. Feb. 27, Clifton E. l^nider and Eleanor Jane Steiri- meyer of Willits; James E. Ferrler and Beverly McDonald of Cummings; Lorenz E. Nye and Joy Elva Maginess of Boonville, Feb. 28,: Delbert L. Munson and Muriel A. Smith of Ukiah. Front where I sit... jfy Joe Marsh How *o Put Up with Women's Styles with Mr. and Mrs. Don Frazier with whom he made his home for several years before joining the navy. CHAS. KASCH AfJor.ney and Counselor at Law Odd Fellows Building North Stale St. Ukiah, Calif. When Will Dudley 's inis .Musflnally gave in to the ncw-stjle longer skirts. Win «vas mighty critical at first. Allowed aa how women were a BIBVC to fashion ... ought to dress to please their husbands and not atyle designers. Sue finally reminded Will of his Iiabit of sitting by the radio Saturday nfternoon3 in shirt Sleeves and old slippcr.s, listening to the .Kportcii.st .s -i\-ith a mellow gla.ss of heoi: SuKResteil that maybe Will was a slave to comfort, AnrfWill adraitlcd «!ie was light. Perhaps the way somebody dreBitH isn't always to our tuste—inst «• Will's ulass of beer may be another person's cider. But from where I ait, those little dilfcreiicps oren'fc important—unless we go out of our way to nreke them so, by being hypercritical. As Will says now: "Well, anyway, those long skirts hide o multitude of shins"... and lets it go at that I ^06 %vu^ <iapyright, I94S, (JrUusi States Bremts f!"J«iJ<<i«'»2

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