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! PAGE POUR ..FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1948 S.F. Federation Convention Enjoyed * By Glubwdmen Attending From Ukiah Tidtal clubwomen who attended the-'convention of San Francisco Federation of Women's clubs In t5oma Mission Inn, declared the 2-day session, April 21-22, was in- /oirmative, entertaining and worth whiip. The program was dedicated t^.JWrs. J. C. Bradbury of Fresno, state federation president, and Mi:s. Paul Alexander, San Francisco president, conducted' the SBS'Stons. "'IWs. W. H. Higgins of Ultiah, 6n the state board, represented Mendocino county .on behalf of Mrs ;''G. y: Bgrltlow of Willits, couhty federation president, who was unable to be there. Reports from -counties, discussions on pertinent topics Including. universal military training were part of the program. The convention ended with a banquet Thursday evening which was followed by a pageant produced by Josephine B. Wilson, state drama chairman. ' Among those attending IrOtn Ukiah were Mrs. Kenneth Farn's- wortfi, preslder.t of the Saturday Afternoon CluVi Mrs. Ernest Bal-' .yeat, Mrs. T. J -i Goudgej Mrs. lida Brown ^^d,Mrs. R. Walsh, i Letters Come Front France From Kosmos Beneficiaries ,' .Tletters of gratitude from French families are bringing the priva- tiptif of a shattered country closer to '/'kosmos club members as a result of food and clothing pack­ ages'sent to French homes. Mrs. Werner Holzhauser read a letter at the Kosmos club rneeting in municipal- clubhouse Thursdaj^ Xrttm.'a 'Widowed mother of three in'Mpzelle, France. •^I^d^ame Garnazault, who supports her two boys and a girl by dbinestic work, lost her husban^ during the American, liberation. Returning to their home after the Germans were driven from France, th*^"found nothing left of their furniture, clothing and household things. She is grateful for the clb'th'ing they have received from Ukiah people. Another* French letter translated by Mrs. R. O. Rampont, tells of the need of saccharin and dried soups. • TJkiah 's Needy Families Loren York reported at the meeting on Ukiah's needy families and what has been given in food, money and clothing to allevi- atei temporary cqnditions of need for families in this area. Music and quii; games were entertainment following the business meeting at which Mrs. J. N. Stlpp presided. Mrs. Katherlne Mason read the collect. Mrs. A. J: Leno arid Mrs. Elsie Banks and Mrs. Mae' Atkinson were hostess 6hair- men for the entertainm§nt which included two solos by Mrs. J. D. Branson, I Passed By Your Window; and Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair. Mrs. Oran Bollinger was her accompanist at the piano. . .Without musical accompaniment, Rev. and Mrs. Bollinger sang Juanita and Tell Me Why. •"' New Members Accepted into club membership were Mrs. Floyd Sherman and Mrs. Keyser. It was voted to hold the' annual installation luncheon at 3Iue Lakes late in May after the election of new officers at the May 27th meeting. ' Hostesses-were complimented on effective floral decorations in the municipal clubroom. Guests were Mesdaraes Rose Hery .fnrd, E. Mc- Co^ison and William Moore. Refreshments v/ere served. ' Mii, Butow Hostess To Circle G Guests A report on the Methodist conference on teen-age problems last Christmas vacation time in Clevel ^^ay '.Ohio, was the main feature of Circle G meeting held Wednes- d 'ay ;i^.fternoon in the home of Mrs. diara Butow.in Redwood Valley. Mrs. Charles A. Lindemann read the''report on the attendance by 10,000 young people and church offlfc'ials of the nation and foreign fields, and 'the discussion of prob- lenis-relatlng to youth and its adjustment to world conditions. The conference, she said, cost the Methodist organization $1,000,000. Folbwlng a business meeting, Tilrs.'.'Esther'McDonald gave the devotions and followed with an eJtbellent talk on problems rising out of racial relations, and the ri'dcessity to solve friction in working' for the objectives of human bfotherhood. The hostess was assist«# in serv. ing refreshments by Mrs. Clara Wa'ttfchberg ' and Wtvs. Gertrude Strider. Frozen dessert was served . With cookies, coffee and tea. Mrs. Walch Receives -Stork Shower Gifts" About 25 friends of Mrs. R. D. Walch expected to surprise her •with a baby shower in Ukiah General hospital Friday night where her baby, Gregory Darrell, was bOrn April 19. However, she surprised them by going home on Thursday. The shower gifts were gathered Into a basket and taken to her home on Jones street Friday evening by Mrs. Walter Buchholz, Mrs. V. Soinila and Mrs. Robert Giannoni. They found Mrs. Walch—who is the former Mary McGarvey— and the baby both in excellent health. -Mr^ and Mrs.-George.Hengeveld of North State strfeet went to San Francisco last week where Mr. Hengeveld attended to Wlsiness matters and returned in mid-week. Mrs. Hengeveld stayed down for a tew days' visit with her sistei'-in- Iriw, Mis. I'. E. Domergue. Local Folk Dancers At Sunday Festival Folk dancei-s came home from St. Helena's annual folk dancing festival Sunday, sunburned and enthusiastic over a splendid performance of European festival dances, and over the progress made by the local group in only one year of study and practice. Beautiful weather and. several hund'red dancers in bright peasant type costumes made the festival a brilliant event, they reported. Elmer Purdy, president of the TOah-Patrons club, a unit of the state federation of folk dancing clubs, believes a local festival can be planned in the'not-too-distant future. Mr. and Mrs, W. N. King of St. Helena held open house there for the Ukiah visitors. Mr. King is a brother of Mark King of Ukiah, who with his wife was one of the .dancing group. Others were, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sprague, Lois, Ruby, Darrell and Ora Salisbury; Betty Joyce Harper, Mrs. Norman i Buhn, JWr. and Mrs. J. R. Holmes, Carol Clark; Mr. and Mrs.- Don Eddy and their son Bobby; Mr. and Mrs. M. Flores, B. J. Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Buhlman, Mr. and Mrs. Purdy, Mrs. Myrpe Morehead and son Bobby, Mrs. Marion Dane and Linda Dane. Dancing was held in the afternoon on the lawn of the grammar school and at night in the high school auditorium. St. Helena, Healdsburg and Vallejo groups en. tered special exhibitions, •Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson of Ukiah were among the visitors, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Janies, taking their daughter Barbara back to San Francisco after a weekend visit, went by way of St. Helena to view the festival. WOMEN'S SOCIAb AND CLUB NEWS BPWC Has Hopes For State President There is an objective back of the On-To-Fort Worth campaign of Business & Professional Women's club of Callfdmia and thai is — a California woman for national president of the organization when the national convention meets in Fort Worth early.in July to name its new officers. Miss Ethel Johnstone of San Francisco, national education and vocations chairman, is their choice for the chieftanship and every effort will be made by the local chapter to gpt her name on the ballot. Mrs. Drusia Harris Is chairman of the On-To-Fort Worth campaign locallj'. California, she said has never had a national presiaent and the state clubs believe its population and club mem- bershig entitles this state to seri- out consideration for the honor. Miss Mildred Weseen of Sebastopol is district chairman of the pre-convention drive to place Miss Johnstone in the top office. No delegate has yet been assigned to the convention from Ukiah. Black Face Minstrel Will Be Given Again A benefit performance of the Black Face Bevue, staged April 17 by the Saturday Afternoon club, will be given by the Par. ent-Teacher association in the olemenlary school auditorium Wednesday night. May 5, at' 8 p.m. I The same cast which produced a highly successful show, with feature numbers, hilarious palter and good music, will do the repeat performance. Tickets went on sale Monday through the Camp Fire girls and Boy Scouts and with the advance sale, P.T.A. hopes to fill the 700 -seat auditorium, according to Mrs. Robert Fro'hn, president. ATTENDS SESSION OF STATE BAH GOVERNORS Hale McCowen, attorney returned Monday from a trip to Los Angeles where he attended a meeting of the board of governors o£ the state Bar association. He is a member ol the board. -He made the -trip by motor through Death Valley and said on his return, it's a fascinating place to visit but not one to which he feels he could ever become ntliichcd, Camellia Theme Of Garden Cliib Meet vipredominating over all els6, the ''stately camellia", held the spotlight, Thursday, April 22, When the.Long Valley Garden club met at Paradise Lodge, the home of' Retha Neblett. • Camellia; bushes In ftill bloom • flanking the north and.east si of the house' made a sight worth tfayeling to see, with:one single bush,carrying a load of over two hundred blossoms. Pink Perfections.banked on' a huge silver platter graced the appropriately appointed table frdm which refreshments,were served. Guest? were Invited to help themselves to the camellias as well as to the dele^ctables. . Interesting and instructive ih-; formation was given by Mrs, Esther • Adams in a talk dealing with Garden Pests and Their Control. In differentiating between the garden "enemy" and the garden "helper" in the world of insects, Mrs. Adams explained that many of the' so-called pests considered by many to be harmful'to plant life are in rea.llty: an-asset to the garden if left to do their work as nature intended they should. Mrs. Beatrice Scott of Leggett Valley was welcomed as a new member. Worth while programs Qoupled with delightful social activities are instrumental in arousing widespread interest, indicative- of, the club's steady growth in membership. Other members who joined the club recently' aSte Vivian Bowser and Viola. Ranofill of Branscomb and Genevieve .Carrol" of Laytonville. ••President Anita Harton and Secretary Retha Neblett will visit the Spring Flower Show in Oak- jland; Jaefore going on to Santa Crulto attend the state convention of iCalifornia Garden Clubs, Inc., April 29-May 1. As accredited flele- gates of the, Long Valley Garden Club it is expected they will return with a wealth of valuable information and Ideas pertinent to the art of floriculture. , The spcond Annual Spring luncheon will beheld at El Ranphd Meson Thiirsday, > May 6. A" full program is being. planned which wiU.include the installation of officers. ':• .Morried Here Frrdiay Women's Clubs Federation Has Booked < Challenging Speakers For Cobvention' Surprise Shower For Mrs.B. C.Willford. Sr. The consDlracy to surprise Mrs. B. C. Wiilford; Sr., on her birthday was successful and she walked into the B. C. WiUford home "Thursday afternoon after a drive to Calpella with her son, to find n guests to celebrate her birthday with a handkerchief shower. Formerly of Waterloo; Iowa, Mrs. Wiilford has been living in her oysrh apartment on the WiU­ ford place for about a year. Her daughter-in-law was hostess at the party, assisted by Mrs. Roy Richey. Ice cream was served with the beautifully decorated birthday cake after the shower gifts were opened. There were lovely flowers in the living and dining rooms. MR. AND MRS. ELMER PAREl^T.maMled here April 2 hom^ of Mr. and Mif.-R. L.<.Gt*en, wiU niake tKeit faome-ih Euieks after a honeymoon trip to Ihebay-area.^^ • ; '• • ; v ' Hostesses Entertain Without Effort In Two bemonstratioit Dinners Given Here •The hostess invites her guests, sets her . table and lightsi' i;he candles arid the dinner party 'sits down to a delicious- dinner provided, cooked and,served for them. Its not some effortless entertaining method of the atomic age, but a demonstration, by a San Francisco firm, of their new waterless cooking ware. Two Ukiah homes have been chosen . for such parties this week where hosts and guests declared the dinners were thoroughly enjoyable and- the new method of :cooking won "Viigh approval. The.first dinner event was;in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Hayes, on Mill street last Sunday evening. The menu of baked hani. candled yarns, Irish potatoes, string beans, carrots and cabbage with dessert of cake and coffee. , Dinner Guests Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Don Ward, Mr.' and Mrs. 'Paul Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. John : H&yes, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schwarm, Mr. and Mrs. Torrence Swindell. Mrs. John Hayes won the door door prize, a lovely chrome and crystal catjdy dish and the hosts were, given a. frying pan in the new ware. When.; the| partiy dispersed, the Swindells stayed for bridge in thei evening. ^The second party will be In the home' of Mr. arid Mrs. Paul J. Hansen on .Mill ' street tonight, where: 25 guests have been invited. Joint Rites Held To Irtduct Officers Into V.F.W. And Its Auxiliary Venturis Are Given- Surprise Housewarming A surprise housewarming was held last Saturday night by friends of Mr. aj),d Mrs. Tino Venturi, who have moved to 511 Cypress avenue. Games were enjoyed during the evening after the surprise visitors had presented the Venturis with a beautiful table lamp. Refreshments were sandwiches, cake and cookies, ice cream and coffee. Those who honored the Ven­ turis were Mr. and*. Mrs. Vic Hosea, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bartolomei, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pozzi, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pivali, Mr. and Mrs. Romolo • Cinquini, Mr. arid Mrs. John De Barnardi, Al Gillette and John Pasero. Sr., of. Fort Bragg, who is a house guest of the Venturis and who returned to his home Wednesday. Future Homemalcers To Meet In Ukioh May I Miss Augusta Cafpary will be the guqst speaker at a meeting of the Future Homemakeris of. America at th'^ high school auditorium Saturday, June 1, when her subject will be Good Grooming. This will be a meeting of Section 1, which includes el Norte, Humboldt, Lake and Mendocino counties and the opening session will be at 10 o'clock, with luncheon in the high school cafeteria. The afternoon session will adjourn at 3 o'clock. Miss Mary Inman, regional" supervisor, will be another guest. The public is invi'',ed to attend both sessions, MRS. MATT VISITING Mrs. Emilie Matt, who makes her home with her daughter and son in law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crane, 610 North Pine street, has been visiting friends in San Francisco s.'nce April 16. She expects to return to Ukiah in about a week, . Veterans' Memorial hall, flower decked and springlike with ,pauf sies, lilacs and tulips' was ".the, setting for a joint dinner arid'in-, stallation cereriionial Thursday evening when new officers of Veterans of Foreign 'Wars and lis auxiliary were inducted into office. The dining room -was flUeid to capacity for the ra viola . dinner prepared by auxiliary members. Installation followed the dinnfr, with auxiliary officials inducted first by Mrs. Lily Ross, infe'taJ'iiig conductress. • Mrs. \elma Ruddiek took office as senior vice president. Mrs. Geneva Gibson became junior vice president; Mrs. Helen Stambaugh, secretary; Mrs. Mary Luiz, treasurer; Mrs, Maude Clark, chaplain; Mrs. Fern Von-Schriltz, conductress; Mrs. Margaret Trucker, patriotic instructor; Mrs. Winifred Buchanan, historian; Mrs. Ellen Leno, guard. Mrs. Melba Harding, Mrs. Emily Parker, Mrs. Alma Guidi and Mi^s. Eda Bordin are color bearers; Mrs. Hazel Whitmore, trustee. Later Installation Mrs. Elise Thornhiil, president­ elect, who is now in Mississippi on a visit, will be installed on her return. Mrs. Prudence Laviletta, outgoing president, was presented the past president's pin by Mrs. Mary James of Lakeport V.F.W. auxili- ai-y, and received a large ovation. A corsage and gift were presented to Mrs. James. Installation of George Harmon, new post commander, and his post officials followed the auxiliary rites. The gavel was presented by outgoing commander, Francis Gibson. Taking office with Harmon were: ' Post Offlcexs Terry Sandelln, senior vice commander; Robert Guidi, junior vice commander; James Laviletta, quartermaster; Lavwence 'Von Schriltz, guard; Sam Ray, Jr., service officer; Floyd Ross, adjutant; Gus Wallach, officer of the day; Francis Gibson, post advocate; Rene Sanchez, quartermaster sergeant; M. Nystrom, sergeant major; Oscar Ford, chaplain; Charles Foreman, post historian; John Toth, Robert Rains, color bearers; Walter Eversole, trustee; K. P. Buchanan, patriotic instructor; Wally Morrison, surgeon; A. B. Joyner, legislative officer; Argel Anderson, Kelly Cox, color guards. Raviolis were made for the dinner by Mrs. Margaret Aggi, Mrs. Amelia Mossi and Mrs, Rose Fracchia. Mrs. Mary Sensari made the sauce. Garlic french bread, tossed green salad, salami, relishes and coffee completed. the dinner Kclseyville is in the throes of an oil well boom, Women Lose To Men : Tn Grange Contest Wornen of the- Regwood Valley Grange were hostesses, to inen members on Friday night witli a potluck supper in.grange hall. Thei dinner was given by the losers in a membership competition when the men outdistanced them in securing 21 new members. . ; ',.At the business meeting pre­ sided'over by Master John Oaks, the following received their degree work: Mr. and. Mrs. Tom J. Lane,. Mr. and Mrs. George Lane, Mrs. 'Viola Elmer of .Calpella; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Trowbridge, Mr. and Mrs. Maloney, Mr. and. Mrs. O; D.. Elmor, James McCullouch, Mrs. Kustelah and Mrs. Maki. • The home economics, committee reported $55 was made on the ravioli dinner April 18 in the Grange, hall. Members enjoyed old-fasholned dancing following the meeting. Rebekahs Awaiting Visit Of President I Allc-M. iSchultz of Santa Rosa; ' oniMay 24 wlU pay her official visit tb .Cornelia Rebekah lodge which is planning a dinner tohon-"- or the official who wlU take office as assembly president in Long Beach in the May 11-16 annual assemblyi-Her installation on May ; 15 will,be the highlight of the conclave there. Mrs. VemBlckford, noble grand, of Cornelia lodge, wfas absent from the meetmg on Monday; night at which the iriews of Miss Schultz's visit came frob Mary R. Newcastle, assembly secretary. Mrs. Joe Brush, vice-grand presided in her absence. Other substitute officers were Miss Rose Gibson, as vice-grand; Mrs. Howard Tuttlc, Mrs. Grover C. Neep, right and left support to noble grand; Mrs. Stanley Lance, Mrs. H. M. Ivey, Jr., right and left support to the vice-grand, and Mrs. Pruett Edwards, outside guardian. ' New Member Inducted Ceremony w £is conducted by Mrs. Brush- for the tran,sfer of Mrs. Eleanor Hall from AuVeola chapter 113, of Etna, Calii-, who; w .as noble grand of that lodge | When she left Etna in 1927. Mrs. A. P. Joyner, now. residing in | Ukiah, was Welcomed as a visitor. She came from Santa Clara lodge No.-34 where she was a past noble grand.' Mf -s. J. J; Rumer, finance secretary reported cn the large donation to be sent to the assembly for aid to an orphans' home. A message of appreciation for cards' and^birthday good wishes was received from Cornelia Nice, forr merly of Ukiah for whom the local lodge is named. From Grand Master of California I.O.O.F., Fred- Ballew, came a report on the progress.of an occupiational therar py wing for the home in 'Vount- ville. "'. ' Mrs. Utteic In Indio It was also repqrtedi that Mrs. Ira Utter, a noble grariij of Ukiah •vvho, left het -e a. year ago, has been inducted into the lodge • in Indio, and already has endeared herself to members in,that city. The White Eleph^ht table, conducted for the first time by Mrs. Bertha Smith, was a success. The charter wae draped for IWrs. Ggqtge (JQsie) Jbhhson, mother of Mrs. Edith Alger, who was a member of the Rebekah. The lodge hall was decorated in white arid purple Iris which were also used" in the dining room •where refreshments were served by Mrs, George Caldwell, hostess chairman and her committee, which included Mrs. Erwin Marlin and Mrs. Tuttle. Their tables were attractive with forget-me-npts and Miyp'ole decorations. Mrs. J. C. Bradb'ury will pre- i the formative' sS&ions of United Side at hef first convention,'lyhan the California Federation of Women's clubs riieeta 'in Santa .Grtii May, 4i-7' and themes of challenging 'importance will provide,a stimulating session. The banquet speaker, Rev. John Willis Shearer's topic is to be,'Tomorrow Is Here — international, scientific and moral obligations do not wait to challenge us—they are upon us now m full demand. ..Dr. Richard Atkinson, another speaker is a noted authority on national and international affairs. He Was press representative at Nations and' -wUl apeak on Our DeAiocracy, at: Woyk. -, • DriRpbertGo'r'don Sprom, president of the University- of California will speak on the morning of May 7^We Are; Coming, Alma Mater,- 200)000 More, ,1s his topic. Music, dramatic, skits and social events will intersiierse the discus- siops, reports and speeches. Mrs. G.'T. feardklow; Of •\Villlts js :of: flclal hostess of Mendocino county; Local clubs, • Satu.Tday: Afternoon dlub and -Kosmos club have pot chosen delegates,:and the distance Is eicpeeted to prevent many memi bers from attending. ; y r James Holland Will Marfy Iris Armbrister In June Top Speller Hoplond Teacher Tell* Of June We.dding Plans Miss' Ella Norlandef, who came to California to teach in Hopland last fall, will remain in California to make her home. Last week she disclosed that she will marry Mr, Rollo C, Beaver- of Hopland when school is out. The wedding date is June 18. Miss" Norlander is a native of Kenosha, Wis., where she taught before coming \^est. Mr. Beaver, a native son, was born in Guerneville. He is employed in Hopland where the couple will live. Attends Graduation In Southern California Mrs. Estelle Christiernson, on the nursing staff of Ukiah General hospital, returned to Ukiah early this week after a month's visit in southern Califorhia. In Los Angeles on March 27, she attended the graduation of her daughter Barbara who completed her nursing training in-Los Angeles General hospijpl. Later, Mrs. Chris­ tiernson visited her mother-in-law, Mrs. O. L. Christiernson in Las Vegas. Two birthdays v/ere celebrated Wednesday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Purdy on Spring street, The honorees were Mr. Purdy and his, son-in-law, E. E. Humphrey. The hostesses were the Purdy daughtei-s, Mrs. Humphrey, Mi-s. Nolan Hunt and Mrs. Peter Carmlchael. Guests at dinner in addition to the honorees were Mrs. Purdy, Nolan Hunt and Peter Cnrmichaei, • Pocahontas Awaits Official Visitor Kewanna, Council No. 156 De-, gree of Pocahontas held its regular meeting Thursday night, April 22 in Elks hall, with Mrs. Gertrude Etter, Pocahontas, presiding. Reports . of committees were heard, and discussion held on the coming oiffcial visit of the Great Pocahontas May 27th. Mrs. Elizabeth Weger donated the mystery package which was won by Mrs. Lorena Rains. The degree team under the leadeirship of Fred Figohe went twice through the work in costume. The escort team in which eight members will take part under the leadership of Mrs. Minnie Sweeney and Mrs. Vada Collier, also practiced. Refreshments of coffee a^d cookies were served at the conclusion of tha meeting by Mrs. Rains and Mrs. Pauline Zaina. Attend Silver Wedding Of Santa Rosa Couple Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weber renewed friendships of long standing in Santa Rosa Sunday where they attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd F. Close, who were married in Santa Rosa', April 22, 1023. Mr. and Mrs. Close were attendants at the Weber's wedding. The group of 24 met in the Close apiartment and later went to Cotati' Inn for dinner. GO TO CONVENTION Mrs. I Myrtle Heise, superintendent and Mrs^ Blanche Maher, o-vwi-, ers of Ukiah General hospital spent .last week in Los Angeles where they attended a state hospital convention. They left Ukiah on April 17 and returned last Saturday. , Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Famsworth of 605 West MiU street motored to San -Francisco Tuesday and returned in the evening. CHAS. KASCH Attorney and Counselor at Law Odd Fellows Building North State St. Ukiah, Calif. CAROL MAY MITCHELL, 13. eighth grade student who won the 'county spelling contest here.. April ' 12 and Saturday, with winners from other counties, had a festive day' in' San Francisco 'Es guesi of'San Francisco N»ws. Carol's teacher is Miss Iva Mal- lts.-Sh« u the daughlei of Mx. and Mis. S. E. Mitchell of XJkiah. Mrs. Borecky Given Surprise Shower A. surprise, storksho-yifei!..and bridge party compliniented .Mrs. Richard W. Borecky of 204. South Dora street on Friday night! Mrs. Rex Jahn and Mrs, George iiVI, Portlock were co-hostesses for the party in the Portlock home at 388 South Dora street. .Mrs. Borecky is the former Joan Hovey, the daughter of Mr. [.and Mrs. George M. Hovey, and this-.will be their .first child. The gift selected W the hostesses and guests was a hi)gh chair. Decorations were in white, pink and blue, with flowers, table deco- fstions and refreshments carrying out. the nursery colors. Table favors were am]using tiny dolls in bonnets and baby dresses, made on nursery bottle nipples. ' Mrs. Vem Davis was Mgh score winner at bridge; . Mrs; Pierce Stlpp won second and .Mrs. Jarhi^ Lindsey took the consolation prize. Mrs. Lindsey took home the galloping stork which pa.sSed fiom one to anothet- as 100 honors was bid and made. Other guests. - were Mesdames Edward Barker, Arthur Bradley, Verne fioulware,. Kenneth F. Farnsworth, George W. Hovey, Dick Mazzoni and William McGuire. Schoolmates Gather At Wedding Shower ; A reunion with school friends, some of whom she had not seen for 25 years, was enjoyed by N{rs. Lawrence Von Schiiltz of Talmage, in San Francisco Monday night,'April 19. The occasion was a shower for Miss Veronica Alves who was married Sunda-y at a formal wedding in St. John's church in San Francisco. Hostess was Miss Ann Buike, one of a group -of 18 in Glen Park, east of Twin Peaks district, which has never been broken since school days except by Mrs. Von Schriltz. The party was a hilarious evening of scanning old snapshots of school days and the old look and le- calling dales and parties of many years ago. Golden State Hotel SAN FRANCISCO'S Powell Street at EIIU In the Hub — But Out of the Hub-bub Choice of Outside-Inside Rooms —; WITH BATH Single $2.50 up; Double $3.50 up —: WITHOUT BATH :— Single $2.00 — Double $2.50 Lem Shibley ..There will be a June wedding for James Holland pf 'Ukiah and Miss Iris Armbrister o£ Knoxville, Tenn., now anurs^ m Honolulu who served in the-U. S. army nursing corps during the, war.as a first lieutenant. * ; Mr. Holland is a member of a wellkaiown pioneer; family, the son and only surviving child of tlie late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ki Holland;. His sister. Mass Wilda Hollond, passed away recently. He attended gramJnar and ^ high schools in Ukiah and since , his "disohgrge from the navy, has been employed in the postal department. From 1942 to 1945 he served as a naval instructor in radio communications on the Pacific coast. The wedding date has been set for Saturday eveningjof June 26 in the Presbyterian church.' Dr. Richard A. Van der Las will officiate-in the double ring "ceremony. Miss Armbrister, who will leave her position with Qli63hs hospital in Honolulu early in June to comfe to Ukiah, is J;he daughter of Mr., and Mrs. W."T); Armbrister of KrioxvUle.'She is a.gr.aduate of For{ Sanders hospital in that city. Her war experience included serv­ ice'with the 165th General; Hospital in France from Septemhei:, 1944, to Decembej; •1945, following her enlistment in 1943. '•. After .the War She -was employed in Stanford hospital in San,Francisco before going to the" islands. Mr. Holland will establish a home in'Ukiah for his bride after they they return from a honeymoon by motor to a distination not dis- cldsed. . M Rapp Family Reunion Observed In Turlock A family reunion which cele- br^ted hlrthdays of 10 members of'the family was held in Tdrlocjc, "Wednesday, April 21, when sisters and brothers of the Rapp family and other relatives niet as a unit for the first time in 20 years at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Rapp. Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Rapp, Setiuoia Motel, Ukiah, Were among the guests. The hostess was Mrs. Jennie Nelson, oldest sister, whose home is in Princeton, Illinois. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rapp and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rapp of Houston; Mr, and Mrs. Carl Hillerman and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nielsen of Delhi; Dr. and Mrs. Carl Rapp and Mrs.' V. Olsen of Oakland and the following from Turlock: - , Mr. and Mrs. A. d Rapp, Mr. and Mrs. Will Rapp, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Barnes, Elvin^app. Dr. and Mrs. "Vance Rapp, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Rapp, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Rapp Mr; and Mrs, Reubn Nolander, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rapp and Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Rapp. MRS. RUSH IMPROVED Mrs. ina Rush, 214 Scott street, who was ill at her home last week, has improved and expects to be . back at her work in. Hansen's .J 'T V Stationery store this week. 'IT LANKERSHIM HOTEL ' S5 Fifth St. (Near Market) San Francisco, Calif. • • ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF. 350 ROOMS OF COMFORT IN THE HEART OF S. F. SHOPPING Al*D THEATER DISTRICT. Modern Rates SINGLE ... from $1.75 up DOUBLE ... from $Z.20 up •V,

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