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Ukiah, California
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Friday, March 12, 1948
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Th« annual Public Speaking cohtMt«mong California's high lehool siudents, culminating May 17-20,-at kobetg's, iti Lake county, durthg the i\A Grand Pailor convention oi the NaHvD Sons of the Golden West, the project's sponsor for the last 10 years, is attractijpg thousands of students. The object of ike annual contest is to ehcoiir- age high school students to probe California history and to equip theinseives to speak effectively in jiublic. C.E. Unioit Held All-Day Festival The music festival and oratorical contest held In the Presbyterian church at Lakeport last Sunday has been declared a fine success by both leaders and participants. The meeting began with the song service led by Karl Irvin, north,ern California regional vice president of Christia.i Endeavor Union, with Mrs. Oran Bollinger at thfi piano. Mrs. Ada Homer, county president, welcomed the members and guests to the contest.! Then a nio- ment of prayer was led by Rev. E. W> McCash. Miss Margie Vinson was made manager of the flag race, which is to enliven interest in pre-registrations for the state convention to be held in Fresno, June 24 through June 27. Norman Hill was named assistant manager and together they hope to arouse enthusiasm for a good representation from Lakeport-Mendocino group. In the contests, Miss Joyce Enzler of Ukiah won the oratorical competition, having as her topic, Growth in Christ Through Service. The winners for music included a vocal quintet composed of Nancy Richwine, Joyce Enzler, Margie Vinson, Dan Hill and Bob York singing Only Waiting and Fairest Lord Jesus. Junior group winners were Adalie Romer and Janet Rust in a duct of two songs, He Loves Me, and For You I Am Praying. Both of these contests were accompanied by Mrs. Marvin Romer. Edgar and Norman Hill won the instrumental award with a trumpet duet in which they played Bells b£ St. M,?,ry's. The awards were made by Mrs. Karl Jrvin. Supper of sandwiches, cake and hot chocolate was served by the women of tho Lakeport. church. Thei-c wore about 25 from Ukiah present. The Bible memory contest was not held due to the absence of several contestants, and this will be held at the Christian Endeavor Union in the Christian church at Ukiah, April 21. That is the day Ralph McQuaid, field secretary of California C. E. Union, will be present. April 21 will complete all elirn- inations and on that day winners for the May 9 sectional meeting in Sdhoma county will be named and the exact location of the Sonoma county meeting announced From SonQTOfi the winners will go to the state convention in Fresno June 24 through June 27, mentioned above. Style Show One of the annual events of the Saturday Afternoon Club will be the fashion show at the club Saturday afternoon, March ' 1,3, nt 2 p.m., when Esther's Shoppe will present a live- model show of tho latest styles in spring and summer attire. Miss Shirley Laursen of Santa : Rosa has been secured as vo- •calist for the program and shfe wrjll be accompanied by Mrs. John lloefer of that city. It Is to be an open meeting for members and they will rtot have to use their "guest cards, which permit them two guests a year. POUNDING PARTY FOR THE GOOKS Elefilentary P.-T.A. Td Meet Mdrch I h New leaders will be elected for the coming year at the meeting of the Ukiah Union Elementary P.-T.A. at the grammar school auditorium Tuesday, March 16, at 2:30 p.m. Mrs! Edward T. Walker of Los Angeles, third vice president and director of extension for California Congress of Parent-Teachers, will be a guest of the association on that day. She is reputed to be an exceptionaly fine speaker and it is hoped that members of the P.-T.A. will all bo present to hear what she has to say. Invitations have been sent to neighboring P.-T.A.'s and plans are in progress for something special in the way of social entertainment. The third grade mothers will be the hostess committee. • It is added that while Mrs. Walker is in this part of the state she will attend the 27th District meeting at Upper Lake on March 28. The old fashioned 'pounding' custom has been revived in Ukiah by members of the Seven Thirty Qlub and Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cook were welcomed Ukiah in regular pioneer fashion. With each guest taking a pound of food. Herbert Thatcher was responsible for the moving pictures recording and slides on refreshing arrangements of flowers. It was a splendid addition to the program and filled with ideas for the use 01 many different plants including corn stalks, ribbon cane, even weeds for the seasons when the flower supply runs low. Fritz Linquist was the one to show the films. , Then there were stories of pioneer days which revealed that despite the fact ot his grandparents' birth in Mendocino count, W. H. Brunner is nothing but a foreigner, coming here after he was throe years old. Jim Massengill told of a mountain of rock that swells seven times its size when put in water, assumes a gelatinous consistency: This and a mineral water from the same mountain, the doctor said, were hemostatic but not es- chorotic, which some people consider not so hard as a visit to the dentist. LaBelle Roberts gave a resume of the purchase of the land and the building of the Presbyterian church. Mrs. A. S. Pi'aga and Hal Brunner had sorrie interesting yarns about the Pomo Indians, their monetary system and basket weaving. There were between 40 and 50 there to welcome the Cooks. The /evening was concluded with thej serving of ice cream, cake and coffee. The entertainment committee consisted of Mrs. Herbert Thatcher, Mrs. J. B. Massengill, Mrs. Alex Tregoning, Mrs. A. S. Fraga and.Mrs. H. D. Roberts. District Officer yisits Relbekahs The official Visit of the distribt deputy president,: MI'S . WiUlarn Colliei- of WllUts, and,initlation ,of three ;,;. Miss Jolerie Metzier of liopland and Mesddmes Sam Davln^ and Horace Ivey, Jr., were the high Tioirits of interest at the M6nday evening meeting of Cornelia Rebekah lodg^e No. 205 In I.b.O.F. hall. ' _ Mts. Collier, ' handsome in < a camellia pink formal and carnation ' corsage, was escorted to the right hand • of Cornelia's noble grand, Mrs, Vern Bickford, by Mrs. Presley McPeak of Wlllits, grand marshal for the evening. During, the initiation Mrs. Collier gave tlie secret work for Mrs. Bickford and later she gave instructions of the assembly president, Mrs. Florence Bonetto. Mrs, iNfal Beckley expressed appreciation of Mrs. Collier's ilne work in the deputy president's office and presented Her flowers. 'The ' delegation corning from WilUts with Mrs; Collier included Mesdames Arthur Thompson :and Grove Foster and Mr. and Mrs. Presley McPeak. . Durihg retirement of the oiaTicers before and after the initiation ceremony, Mrs. Marvin Homer served as noble'grand, Mrs. Paul Martin as Vice grand and Mrs. Ernest Humphrey as inside guardian. A full corps or officers presided for the ceremony; The secretaiy; Mrs. Vern Yatesi read a !etteB of the I.O.O.F. grand I master, Fred 'Ballew, in which I thanks were expressed by V.F.W. and American Legion for the Odd Fellows occupational therapy building at Yountville. A letter from Mrs. Bonetto, assembly president, gave May 11 as the date of the assembly at Long Beach and four delegates as the quota for Cornelia lodge. Mrs; Bonetto asked observance of April 9 as Orphans' Home Day. The lodge indorsed Mrs. Alena Mathinson of Boonville for the office of district deputy president of district No. 63 succeeding Mrs. Collier. Donation to the Red Cross was authorized. Mrs. Pierce Stipp reported the dining room had been given one coat of paint. With regret the lodge voted transfer to Sunkist Rebekah lodge No. 368 of Mrs. Ira Utter, past noble grand of Cornelia lodge and. a Ukiah i-esident of many years who now resides in Indio. Among visitors were Mrs. C. N. Snyder and daughter, Mrs. Oakley of Nicholson, Pennsylvania, and Mrs. William Haworth of Upper Lake, publicity chairman of Assembly District No. 1. Mrs. Oakley and Mrs. Haworth spoke. Supper hostesses were Mesdames Albert Lemos, Pruett Edwards, Godlie Hildreth and Charles Haynes. They served delicious sandwiches and salads at tables beautiful with daffodils and japonica. METHODIST WOMEN HAVE FINE MfeEtiN© A aiid, B circle bit Methodist missionary societies met' in. the church parlors Tuesday iifterngbri and had one of. the. b ^st' attended meetings they have had for a long thne. There was a fine program and: much business transacted, A re^ pbrt of the f'b'od sale showed a good Slim had beien cleared fof the Use of W.S.C.^. Another box Is to be I3acked for the destitute Grecian family for AVtiom the circle has assumed responsibility. . ' Mrs. Mary Von Tagler and Mrs; Etta Dormari wfere on the refreshment committee and they served' a FW4ay Bridge The first Fridays of every month ) ai*'set /aside'by-Mappn Wives for ' various i group card-fiartlesj' ' FridaVi March 5'-was th@ tllght Mi's.' Heifiry-'iSpurr' recyiVed one ^gr<?vp 'in Heh hbiiffe;,; emerbiniijg tliShi at, dirindir- wllh Mrs.' HarryJ Mercer, • Mrs.. 'Larry Wiiaberger*' and' Mrs:'Ti P. Swindell ^assisting as op-hoatesses,.-. Mrs. riaHey .Br4n.s6h hjeld- the high score, Mrs; "fofrejice Swindell was second and Mrs; Henry-iSpurr was low.. Members of the club ehjoy-ing the Varty were the host- I esses; Mesdames James Buschi delectable salad, wafers, cu{j! Frank Branson, Carl' Daiibieneck, cakes and tea and coffee. Mrs. Von' A. L. Gpbaiet, Jan^fes Bradshaw, Tagler.. decorated the tables with' ttnrley Branson, H.W. Brown, daffodils-into which coloring had George Bartlett, Torrence Swln- been injected while ithey were still in bud. There were some v/ith yel-- dell, Robert Harmon and Tjhomas Franklin. Guests of the club en- low centers and luscious red edges jjpying the games wert Mesdames and • some with green mixed in fRussell' Dickson arid Ale» Tre- with the yellow. It made-them look j goning. as bright and beautiful as colored .Easter eggs. BIRTHDAY DINNER TUESDAY A small but pcrl'ecuy appointed dinner vviis served at the House of Garner Tcusduy night in celebration ot the birthdciy.s of Mrs. Helen Recoes, Mrs. Hazel Whitniore and Mrs. H. M. Young. L. L. Whitmore and Harry Doughty were tl-10 hosts and went prepared tor the occasion with a beatuiful big birthday -t-nlcc. MISSIONARY CfRCLE GOES TO COUNTRY I Mrs. Charles Whittaker, who has been president of the Baptist Missionary Circle for over four years opened her Potter Valley home to 23 members of the society for their regular meeting last Thursday. A committee was appointed to nominate the officers for the new year starting in April. Two letters were read from missionaries in China. They contained much interesting material on the living conditions, the economic conditions and the requirement in the work of missionaries in China. It was time for their second love offering, which is given to the missionary selected by the society requiring it. Mrs. Whittaker served refreshments of home rtiade cake, open faced sandwiches and coffee. The women of the Missionary Circle say it is a pleasure to spend an afternoon in the country homes, such as Mrs. 'Whittaker's. MARRIED IN RENO LAST SATURDAY A double wedding in Reno last Saturday united Miss Gladys Carlsen bf San Francisco and Robert Shimrnin of Hopland, and Miss Thelmd Wiseth of San Francisco and Charles Rosetti. Shimmin and Rosetti met Miss C^i-lsen and Miss Wiseth in San Francisco and they flew from there' to Reno Saturday afternoon. They are on their wedding trip and will be at their homes in Hopjand after March 22. Shimmin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Shimmin of Hopland and is an employe of Holz Company in Ukiah, Rosetti is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rosetti and is a rancher with his brothers in Hopland, Sandelin Bride Is Guiest of Honor Sunday, the sky was clear ^nd beautiful, and an ideal day for the beautiful receptipn and buffet dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Walter Sandelin at the Palace Hotel, when, they 'introduced their newest daughter-in- law, Mrs. Franklin Walter Sandelin, Jr., Jo about 156 of their friends. The rooms were decorated withj: a spring accent, the dinner pieces being fashioned of stock- and rose buds and lighted by white candle?, in silver candle holders. Mrs. Robert Sandelin and MiSS Juanda Loysen were lovely additions to the party,. pouring iihe coffee. Mrs. Irehe Sandelin Gler land and Miss Jacqueline and Miss Francine Douglas were equally attractive in theii: cat)acity serving the plates.. , Al Anton and Robfift Sandelin Served the punch. Among the out of toWn guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Godd of San Rafael, Mrs. Ora Pavis of San Rafael and Miss Juanda Loyseii of San Francisco. Ukiah Eagles Enjoy Initiation and Dinn^ic^ Mrs. Margaret Hunter of Talmage has gone to San Francisco to sppnti llio wo"kpiid with her IUUSLKHUI , Howkiiul. Mrs, Oran Bollinger Hostess to W.C.T.U. Mrs. Oran Bollinger will be hostess to Women's Christian Temperance Union at her home on 210 West Standley street, Monday, March 15, at 2 p.m. A .fine program has been planned and it is hoped there will be a good attend- iince to transact the necessary Lnisincss on hand. Sunday Stork Shower Honors Mrs. Sanders Mrs. Zela Sanders was the honored guest at a stork shower given by Mrs. Eunice Carmichael and Mrs. Frances Burris at the home of Mrs. Dennis Lanini last Sunday. Mrs. Sanders is a member of the Mendocino State Hospital Em- the Mendocino State Hospital employees. Her fellow attendants presented her with a bathinet, a thermometer and a crib blanket as their welcome to the baby, expected about April 1. Those present to enjoy the shower were Mesdahies Dennis Lanini, Eunice Carmichael, Frances Burris, Zela Sanders, Jean Bednar, Georgie Johnstone, Grace StiUwell, Tommie Moore, M. Minton, A. P. Moore, Vera Brennan, Estelle Smith, Dee Moore. The novelty of the evening was the manner of presentation of gifts made when the winner at the Bingo table would select a package from a box of useful baby articles and present it to Mrs. Sanders. Members of Ukiah Aerie No. 319,' Fraternal Order of Eagles had a big feed and iniation last "Thui-s- day, starting With the regular'^ business session at Odd Fellows-' hall and winding up with a feed at the House of Garner. Herbert Thatcher is worthy preSidisnt and as such conducted the ihltiation of Norman Baird,' Telmo Bartoloihei, Simoni Guidi, Ray Ledford and Ladd "Thomas. The iiiitlatioh team had, their ritual letter perfect and cairrlecl grapd style. Th'e team' was made up of Ted Eversoie, Arlington Foster, Walter Bogner, Tinb Venturi and Ralph Rains. Mario Bartoloinei works continuously getting new members for the lodge and in recognition of his untiring efforts and successful results, he was presented with a diamond Eagle. JJih, the preseritat tioh being made bj' Ed Eversoie. Mario was also appointed chaplain^: a chair that was vacated by Arniei Hooker when his job prevented his' regular attendance at the lodge, meetings. After the Iddge meeting the men' adjourned to the House of Garner for a roast pork feed with all the' usvial trimmings. There was a special floor show that included several Hawaiian, dances by petite- Lynn SigUenza of San Salvador. The next meeting will be in Elks hall on Thursday. Another Masons wives' party, was at the home of Mrs. Edward Barker'with Mrs. Rex Jahn as: cQ-hostess.' They, served Wfresh^ ments at a St. P'atrick table with a low bo-wi'of daffodils, green napkins, greeniEalads, and carried out the idea in th^ score cards, ' , Mrs. Arthur Br'adlfey won an award for the best score, Mrs. Verne Davis had second;high and Mrs. George Portlock wop the galloping goose and the low score. - Those enjoying the evening with Mrs. Barker and Mrs; Jahn were Mesdames Arthur Bradley, Verne Davis, George Portlock, Pierce Stipp, Richard MazzonI, , Don Hoover and George Hovey. 'Guests substituting were Mrs. Luther Jordan, Mrs. B. D. 'Walch an 'a Mrs. Ray Crider,Mrs. Gebr^e Ahdeirson 'stTXp:- tained "a group of Mason's' wi-ves, starting the evening with dinner at the'Maple GafCi then: going to the Anderson home for. the-rest ofthe evehihg at bridge. Mrs. J-. H. Hansen bad high score, Mrs. Walter Sandelin had second and Mrs. Lloyd Bittenbehderi third. j^rs. Zella- tJennen was hostess to.the members of hef group of Masons' Wives 'at her hom'e on Chufch str'ieet last Friday night. IVtrs. Hazi^l McGaryey' Had the wirtnirig score;- Cliib mehibterS playing with Airs., pennen^ were Mesdam«;s "W.-D,. L..Held, Robert Tracy,, Werner Hplzhausei;, 'R. O. Foster and Louise Bernhard. PENNY WOOD HAS SIXTH BIRTHDAY Penny Wood'iarid her guests had more fiin opening her birthday packages at' her sixth birthday, party given by her grandmother, Mrs. A. O. Boyd of Redwood Valley.' • • Ambng the gifts was- a signet ring, Which brought forth a big squ,eal of happiness from Penny. Her grandniothfer baked a gireal, big angel food oalie viflth birthday greetings decorating it and served it with ice cream and punch. Penny's mother, Mrs. Charles Wood of Hariford was present to help serve the mothesrS who came With Penny's guests. Penny's father is a meniber of the Hanford piiiilic school s'tali' arid could riot be present. Guests to wish the hostess many happy retllrns "of the day were Kathleen Broglib, Patsy Elmer, pbra Hineis, Dprinie, Elmer and Gary Hargr^ves, Kare.a Lahg, and Robert Cromwell. RIDING CLUB ENJOYS SPRING RIDE 'The^ Ukiah Riding Club took ad Viintage of the wonderful spring- weather Surday andf had a big i-id^ <ng party on the bridle trailgoiftg from' tlie Ukiah Fair grounds tq the Byrnes ranch by. WaJ- of Orr Springs toad. They had luncheon therd- arid retiirried home by the batk road through Retter ranch to Little 'Gap- road. •They ate getting ready for their .big Spring toundiip on June 6. The plans are jUst getting under way. and'it appears that there will be many exciting events' on.that day- Another activity, of the Riding club is the sponsoring of a juriior riders'club. The beginning, of the organization will be a meeting at Ukiah fair grounds and all riders up to the age of 16 or-18 may make application through members of the senior riding club, ^ /; ' Among the riders.; Sunday, were the leader, Vprn Davis; JIarry Gillette, Allenei Gillettd, :;B111 de- S^alh,,Al Gobalet, M. E. McDonald, Roy Meek, Norriian .Bjuhn, Richard fluhn; Ray Wsilsh, Tom Walsh, Myrna Bingham,'' .Judy Bingham, Charles Perryj Dorothy Perry, Ladd Thomas, Irene Thomas, Jack Zimmerman, Richey Morgan,' Bert Rickey, all xlub rnem- bers. GUest riders werie Chuck Smith,.- ^Gary Smith 'and- Jim Brown.''* Those . wbb motoj^e'd 'put to the Byrne ranch to enjoy the luncheon With the riders were lyirs. Vern Davis and Marty .Davis. lliJrs. H. C. .Gillette and Janet, Rosemary Meadows,. Mr. and Mrs. Harry iplohhson, Mr. and Mrs.Jim Staires, David Staire, Lloyd. Richey, Mrs. Richey Morgan and'Merrilee, Mrs. ChUck Smith,'.Mr. >nd IVIrsi Ralph Richardson, Mr.' and.'Mrs. Harry. Smith,, Mrs. Ray Walsh .and Pat, Mrs. Bill De Sp^jn and^Billie Jean, Gqpprge .Dayidj :Hank Kelicf, Mr. andMrs.. Henry, Briiriges and Bbhhie and ftlrs. Norman Buhn, FHOHNS ARE HOME AGAIN Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Frohn have returned liome from a week's motor trip tp Los Angeles and Palm Springs. They went down the coast route and returned through Fresno and Bakerslleld, .stopping in Yo- semito to enjoy the snow. Willits Chapter-Visits Job Daughters Here There were Ave guardians and 11 girls from Willits attending the stated meeting of Job's Daughters Monday night, March' 8, at Ma-^ sonic hall. Mrs. Ellen Black, guardian and Robert Caftip, associate guardian, were two of the leaders accompanying the Willits group. Mrs. Black issued an' invitation to the local chaptei: to attend the March 18 initiation at Willits, at which time Mrs. Stella Jensen, deputy grand guardian from Colma, will be present. Mrs. E. H. Barker will entertain the guardians at her home March 17; She arid Mrs. T. J. Goudge are making new robes of slipper satin for the girls in preparation for their big installation and open meeting on June 5. Legend of St. Frdhcis By Mrs^ Juijd Shinn Mrs. Julia Shiriri was guest speaker at the meeting oit Presbyterian Women's Society last Friday, March 5, when she read the Wolf of Gubbio by Josephine Preston Peabody, written 30 years ago when she was head pf the English department at Wellesley. The play Was based on' the legend of St. Fraricis, who poUld talk with bpasts. It brought out that through his goodness arid kindness, he was able to bring out the best in -everybody. "The church ptirlors \vere b'eauti- fuliy decorated iii daffodils and yielldw candies' and. dainty, refreshments, were serye'd by Tiirk. 'William Bromley, Ivfrs. 0. N. Fullei;- ton and Mrs. Mildred Djavis. The women observed Arbor Day iri the ptogtam and Mrs. Daisy Rbdgers read the devotional com- paririg the spltiiual quality in pUr llv?s with the trpes abb'iit us. Tjieri 'each mehiber ' arisWie'red roll call with a short treatise on trees. AIR PILOTS HAVE BREAKFAST IN NAPA .'A- group of air pilots met at the airport Sundj(y«, arid .tbok off at ij a^rii; for their Suriday brijakfast, this tlnie at Napa. There, were seven plane's piloted by 'W. H. Briihrier, D. J, McAUast'er, Erpesi Laiitei^eri, L. L. Whitmore,. Harry Saulsherry, Glen Goertz and Elmer Southwlck. , Brunner took Mrs. Bruriner arid their two sonS, McAllaster had a t*«6 passenger job and w^s accom- p'anled. by Mr*. McAllaster,-fcau- teren had his two s'ons with him. Art Bradley accompanied. Whit- riibre,. Mrs. Saulsherry went with her husband and Goertz and Southwick each had guests.. The men aife planning later flights that will include planes from LaytOnVlUe and Willits. Last of Communily Concerts On March 16 I ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^ ^™ Appleton.-, and Field, duo.; pianists, are the artists who will appear in concert in Ukiah Tuesday evening; March 16, at 8 o'clock in the auditorium of Ukiah 'Union High School. This is the third and last of a series of three concerts for the winter season of 1947-48- artanged by Ukiah Community Concert Associatiort. These two musicians are among the few-of the hundireds of artists on the community concert series who " haVe been systematically re-engaged for the following season after nearly'everj- concert. Their present tour includes some 75 engagements, such is the popular appeal.! of'their performance. Hailed by critics as 'Hwo artists,, of the keyboard . who .play -and^' think as one," the duo-piano ca-' raer of Vera Appleton arid Michaci Field was merged almost by accident. 'Vera, born in Tulsa,'Oklahoma, arid Michael in New Ybfki met at Juilliard Graduate School in New York; where both'-were, students. . , • -While their professional lives are closely linked -with musical sympathies,, their .lives. " do not follow the usual duorpjano, pattern. 'Vera Appleton is Mrs, Alan Bressler,. wife of a-young business executive whois an amateur musician. Michael Field'Seeps bachelor's hall in a New':;York- apartment. First Big Party of Spiring dt Siquthwbrth's The first big liarty 6f spring .\yaB. given at South worth's Inn Saturday afternoon, when Mrs. Mark EgUri, Mrs. Louise Bernhard, Mrs. A. L. Tracy and Mrs. Werner Holzhauser' joined hands as hostesses at a luncheon bridge f Or 52 of their friends. The big room .was literally ablbohi with fruit blossoms, daffodils and spring flpwers, arranged in e^iquisite jirofusion, causing inahy exclamations of delight from the guests. The spring note was cerrlfed out in the place cards and in the tally cards for the'bridge games. Awards were mpde to Mrs. J. J. Garvey of Talmage, Mrs. Ray Walsh, Mrs. Ralph Hoganand Mrs. Earl Ford. '•ij to Save ElecAy in Your Home SPURRS ATtfeND CONCERT Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spurr motored to Fort Bragg Saturday and had dinner there before going to the Shrine concert featuring John Patrick the Jjasso in a well arranged program. Spurr was the guest speaker and gave a fine talk on the history of the Shrine. The comment on the concert was that the artist was worthy of a much better attended liciirlng. Massachusetts Guests Like Miendocino Co. Mr. arid Mrs. Ernest Nfelsori left Sunday for ||heir home in Rockport, Massachusetts, after spending an erijoya'ol'e two hionths at the hojne of Mr. and.Mrs,JEd Poitz. Mr. Nelson arid Mrs- I^oiitz are brother arid sister. • ; Trie visitors were very much impressed with California and it is Highly probable they may .return to make their horne here. 'The trip home is being made by car via tho soutlicrh route. Mrs. Peter Frati Reported Recovering Her many friends will be happy to hear that MrS: Peter Frati has been operated on and it was found that her case was not nearly as serious as it had been predicted. She will have- to remain in the hospital for soijie time, but there •will be no after,'effects when she returns home,' according to the telegrarn received by her friends here. Seemuigly small savlngis of elearicity,in youf home today are fflo^ importaat than you may realize. Be<;ause eyc-y.. time you let a light burn needlessly or flip a switch and allow ah appliance to run idly, it puts additional "loacJ!;: oh electric lines. Your extra lise, ixuiltiplied by thousand^ Off other hoimes, add,s up tremendously. And fit thfe-other end of these lines, a generator miist mieet that load, lismg hundreds of jgallons of precious water per mitiute. And because of the proloniged drought and extremely light snow padc in the moufitairis, thei cbmervation df Water is even more vital to the general welfare. Watth Wasteful Use of Lighting and Save aettriiity - .1 I.FIICK OFF... IIg(iti whttn you Uavo Q roam. 2. TURN OFF;.. allllghUyou don't raally nsad. 3. CHECK FOR... Ilghtt burning In unuMd raoihi. 4. IT'S EASY,, lo forgtt porch ^nd garago ItghH.' And Watch Wasteful Use cf Appliances Too,.. AND^HSpNS ENTERTAIN Dr. ahd Mrs. E. P. Anderson arrived irons Santa Rosa Wednesday lb visit their bi-other arid his wife, Mr, and Mrs. Geoirge Anderson of oak.street, Oil th-p Sariile day Mr. and .Mrs. ;John Ph|ltas of ijresrib were 'iliiBSts df Mrs;'Plillip3' uricle,- GeoFge Ariderson arid Mrs. Anderson. Gofden State Hotel, SAN FRANCISCO'S Powoii Streei aj Eili» In the Hub — But Out of the Hub-bub Choice of Outside-inside Rooms —: WITH BATH :^ Single $2.50 up; Ppubls $3.50 -up —: WITMOtiT iATH :— Single $2.00 — Doiiiiie $2.50 Lem SKibiey S. BURNED TOAST J. RAMBLING RADIOS 7. SIZZLiriG IRONS 8, WEJiRT WASHERS Toa>tlhalga«>up RadloilafllarambI* Irani thol'gal "loo Waihlng maeliliin h In imak* wattei en Without liittntra' h6t"s'e9rch clo'ihci > " brood...•Uetricity. shortan lube llfo and wdtio altitriclly. and wailta alactrtclly. thai riih idly wf or aiil 1,'oonir md wdtit •iacliltli^. A spteiAi McssAoe TO »i/smess Meitt You can halp tava tha day. Tha Publlt Ulllltla| Commititon'i olactrle conlaro vatlan i«gu|^oni pravida for a tart par cant reduction in uia by ilorat, shopi, raitouranlc end all buiinaii aitablilhmanti. Rulas prohibit lihiml' : nation of odvarliilng algni, flood lighting, <bow window iightlna, .ale:, l^vt , wa a>k you not to stop thara. Pull tha iwitch on avary circuit not vitally nacaiiary. Cut down load in avary port of your plant in tha public intarait. KtMEMneR- SLSCTRICirV SAVSO ISWATStt COMStkftM PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY

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