Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on May 7, 1948 · Page 4
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Ukiah, California
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Friday, May 7, 1948
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-PAGE FOUR ,pISPA'i;Cg DKMQCRAT>.UKIAHt. CALIFORNIA., ' . FRIDAY, MAY 7,-19 „J|astern Star Fetes pothers In Meeting By Mif. Jemei' Bradthaw ^ jThe meeting Monciay night at ,'..,<Kingsley chapter, Order of Eastern Star, honored mothers wlio i „flVp ^nieniber*o£ the c)iapter. Past . JWatron Irene Miller filled the sta- J ,t| qn of wotthy matron due to- the i lUnoss of Mrs. Thelma Boulware. '.Decorations-in the chapter room p,.were flowering shrubs and fruit blossoms in white and pink. The ...foJUflWing guests I w.ere present: -Marie K. Bailey of Fall River .,^JHs, Calif.; Gladys Cave, Maria ,. .Cireenberg, and Thelma Sawyers • of WlUits (Thelma Sawyers is .. ,acting matron of Willita chapter), . Also Ruth Wand of Lafayette, Tphip; Mr. and Mrs. William Ruter pf'Calez De Oro chapter, Oakland; lOti^ •Helen Musser, a member of . Santa Clara chapter. Deputy Grand ,';„Ma,^;-on Grace Foster was present ,l.-and.-told of some of her visits to ^various chapters in the district '..recently. Honors Presonied -<.,-At 'he close of the meeting the worthy matron called on the two . /eldest and two youngest mothers "'present to receive the Mother's , Ddy honors in behalf of all the •••mothtirs of the chapter. Stanley iLaiice, accompanied by Agnes viSimdquist at tl?e piano, sang Moth. erL Machree. Clara Butler, Adda viLindsey, Betty Farnsworth and -^Minnie Bates escorted the mothers ..iOi /t}ie worthy-matron. Minnie Jamison, Rose Heryford, -.Jjsnces Rogers and Jean Meyers ti .ncceived bouquets of lovely pink 'rffses representing all the mothers who are members of the chapter. '' Betty Boulware, in the absence of ,,h& mother, Thelma Boulware, • worthy matron of the chapter, es: carted her grandmother, Ina Bran- ••'•loatf to the wortliy matron and presented her with a bouquet of Tsblaau Given •A'tableau follov/ed symbolizing the relationship of mothers to the order. The foUov/ing took part: •'•Cohnie Johnson, Thelma and Rex ' JaTiri, Juanita and James Brad•'Shaw, Barbara Frey and Elwyn -•'Cbriiell. Ruth Balyeat, Agnes • -Sundquist, Irdfte Miller, Kenneth '"FHrrtsworth; Jeannette Kovey and - 'Lfoyd Hamlin assisted. Decorations in the dining room "Wdtie pale pink and green with old • -fflshionea bouquets of ' spring "ifiaWers decorating the tables. The •:(!8mmittee vras Mr. and Mrs. Ailing Davis, Mr. • and Mrs. Max • Berlin, Jean Myers, Mrs. S. E. - Parker, Mrs. Katherine Burke and Caspar Squiers. Betty Farnsworth won the mystery prize. The next meeting of the chapter will be an "'initiation. WOMEN'S SOCIAL AND CUm -NEWS America's Future Homemakers OFFICERS OF F.H.A. inBlalled in convention coremoniss here lasl week in Ihe high school are, left lo right, standing, Carol Holmes, Fort Bragg, president; Margaret BucknoU, Upper Lake, vice president; Garna Lou Jordan, Ukiah, secrctaiy-lreasurer; Wanda Barker, Wilhls, historian; Joan Roark, publici-ty: Jo Anne Hamilton, par- liamcntaiian; Betty Lou Warehani, Areata, song leader; Audrey Mello, Fort Bragg, advisor. Outgoing officers arc seated in the front roW', left to right,' Carol Brown, Ukiah; president; Romayne Squire, Ukiah, vice president: Gloria Johnson, Eureka, .secretaiy-troa'surer; Bonnie Vinson, Ukiah, acting historian; Pat Kellwig, Upper Lake, publicity: Dorothy Guntloy, Ukiah, parliamentarian; Ruth Schember, Ukiah, acting song leader; Mrs. Nelle Cox, Ukiah, advisor. Future Homemaker^ Set High Personal Standards V Judy Bingham Gets Horse Show Ribbon I" J Judy Bingham, daughter of the •"J. F; Binghams was the pride of .-the-'Junior Riding Club Sunday •when she won third place for ' horsemanship in a class of 28 in 4..theiSonoma horse show.-Judy was 'riding Shenanigan. .;.Xhuck Smith, habitual winner 'On his horse Chico, won first again in the jumper class and J. F. • -Bingham was another Ukiahan who took honors.'" Riding Ultra Rock, a jumper owned by Patrice Mellej- of Santa Rosa, he took third ribbon. Myrna Bingham, Judy's older sister, who is more accustomed to bringing , home the ribbons and has had fewer spills was entered on Woody but her horse which had been working perfectly in the paddock blew up whpn he faced the grandstand and gave her a'disappointment. ^', • The Junior riders will meet Friday night at the fairgrounds to plan entries for the Boonville show Sunday. The Binghams and. Chuck Smith are' already entrants but in .the adult ridirig>club effort to bring n»ore juniors\ into' the competitions - scheduled for the summer, including the Spring Roundup here in June, they will try to enlarge the list of local horsemen, adult and junior, who will take part. The homemaker of iombrrow is pretty certain-to be well groomed and attractive as well as mentally alert to her responsibilities and privileges as a.homemaker. Such standards are set by the Future Homemakers of America and were graphically illustrated in their section convention here last Saturday, when more than two hundred students of home economics from Humboldt^ Lake and Mendocino counties' met in the high school. • There was inspiration to high endeavor in their theme—-Homemaking, a Gold Mine of Oppor- I 'tunlty. Sell-improvement was the topic and they had expert advice from Miss Augusta Caspary of the House of Charm, San Francisco. Miss Mary Frances Inman, regional homemaking supervisor chose for her topic. Prospecting for Nuggets of Individual Leadership.' Skitv Presented . Each school presented a skit on some aspect of self-improve- meht. Areata demonstrated personality; Fortuna, voice; Upper Lake, posture; Eureak ' senior high, boy and girl relationships; Fort Bragg, clothes; Willits, baby sitting; Ferndale, establishing a liome. Ukiah's contribution was a vocal solo by Gloria Martinelli. Principal William A. Chessajl welcomed the visitors to the host school. Chapter President Bonnie Vinson and Section President, Caroi Brown, state officers and officer candidates and guests were introduced. Jean Dugger of Upper Lake sang^ two solos beautifully, with Miss Gloria Johnson as her accompanist. The business meeting of voting delegates (Ukiah's delegates were Ruth Schamber and Nancy Ford) included the election of Edith Peterson of Eureka to the nominating committee at the coming state Past Presidents Meet For Auxiliary Parley" Past president's parley of the American Legion Auxiliary- was held Tuesday night in the home of Mrs. Myrtle Eglin, 514 West Smith street. Mrs. Eglin was co- hostess with Mrs. Ethel German. Auxiliary members spent the evening with their sewing and a mystery package donated by Mrs. Bess Eversole was won by Mrs. German. In addition to the hostesses those present were Mesdames Minnie Sweeney, Anna Moore, Lillian De- Kcno, Bess Ev*rsole, Prudence Lavilotta and Ruth Sails. Refreshments wore ice cream, cake and coffee. HERE .FROM GLENDALE Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Fahrney and their daughter Susan were here from Glendale to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frohn of Big Oak Court. Dr. Fahrney Is Mrs. Frohn's cousin. The family party dined out Sunday afternoon before the visitors left for their home. contention, in Asiloftiar October 8 and 9. Donna Brown of Ukiah was chosen alternate. Installation of Officers At an impressive candle lighted ceremony Carol Holmes became section president and other oflflcers took their, posts as named in' the accompanying picture. The new officers presided at the afternoon meeting which followed luncheon in the school cafeteria. A yote of thanks went to Mrs. Nelle Cox, advisor for untiring efforts which made the convention a splendid success; to Pat Kittwig of Upper Lake for publicity; to all ,who took part in the. program and to the Fortuna chapter for the. installation service and an -invitation to hold their convention there next year;; to. Willits chapter for registration. "Our Ukiah group," ex-president Carol Brown said, "may be proud of the result of their efforts to make the meeting a pleas- and and profitable one fo.' all who attended- We're especially grateful to' Mrs; Cox our advisorV for her untii-ing efforts which made the. conference a succesa." Mrs. Cohen To Attend Reunion In El Monte Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cohen of 1304 West Clay street, will leave Friday, May 7, for Long Beach. Mr. Cohen will return by plane on Monday but Mrs. Cohen will stay for a family reunion that will bring members of her familly together in El Monte.' The occasion is the birthday of her I uncle. Bride Mabry. He and his wife were her foster parents when the family lived in Texas. Her sister, Mrs. Ruth Miller, will be'feere from Long Beach. Mrs. Cohen expects to stay in southern California until about May 17. Miss Lucchesi and Arthur Matson Will Be Married Here On May 30 May 30 is the altar date set by Mabelean Yolanda Lucchesi and Arthur Raymond Matson who announced their engagement six months ago. They will exchange their vows in St. Mary's Catholic church with the Rev. Father Shar^ key officiating. Miss Evelyn Kern has been chosen maid of honor by the bride-to-be. Who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G, Lucchesi, Redwood Valley ranchers for the past 20 years. The groom-elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Matson of Fort Bragg where the young • couple will' make their home. Mr. Matson is engaged in the men's clothing business with his father there. Miss Lucchesi attended Redwood Valley grammar and Ukiah high school and is a graduate of a school of beauty culture. She is employed in San Rafael. Mr. Matson attended Santa Rosa Junior college after finishing high school in Fort Bragg. A bridal shower will honor the young couple in Redwood Valley Grange on May 16. Hostesses for the event to which a large group of friends is invited, will be Mesdames Frank Reed, Roy Willams and John Muir of Redwood Valley. LEAVE ON VACATION Mr. and Mrs. Lawience Von Schriltz are leaving May 7 for a vacation trip to southern California where they will visit friends and relatives in San Fernando, Burbank and other cities. They plan to return to their home in Ta.lmage on May 24. Sprinff Flower Display— The Canton loom of the Palace Hotel, hallway and lobby will be a flower garden on Wednesday, May 19, when the Ukiah Garden Club puts on its Spring Flower display. It will not be a competitive event in the tradition of ilowej shows, but an informal display of flowers grown by garden club members to show rthe extensive variety of summer blooms possible to the garden lover. The public will be welcomed by the committee of which Mrs, Ruth Kington was appointed chairmen by Mri;, George Dietterle, president. Mrs, Kington will be assisted by Mesdames J. H._ Thomas, Arthur Romer, Harold HoUiday, Martin Stipp, Herbert Singley, Charles Kasch, Alfred McKinney, Louis Hil- dreih, Joe Softer, Werner Holzhauser and Athol ^orr. The display will be ready for ' visitors at 12:30 and may be seen until 8:30 p.m. While the garderi club is in its first year in Ukiah, the enthusiasm of its members has resulted in special displays of iris, gladiolus and , other varieties during the past year, and the Spring Flower Display on the 19th will be its most extensive exhibit. In addition to the esthetic pleasure afforded those who visit the show, it will prove valuable to gardeners in showing the many types and species of blooming plants and shrubs possible to cultivate in this area. Dessert Bridge Party Given Foy 28 Mrs. Ruel R. Stickney. and -Mrs. Joseph Wetaer were jojnt hpstepses for dessert bridge for-28 guests in tlie home of Mrs. Weber, 509 Jones street last Thursday evenipg. Decorations wei;e especially lovely with some choice tulips- Irom the gardens of : Mrs.'-Al. GolJalet and Mrs. Ernest Huddick. There were seven tables- of bridge and prize winners- were Mrs. Frank Branson, Mrs. Charles Shimmin, Mrs. James MassengiU and Miss Yvonne Hebert. Young Crusaders Have Russian River Picnic Young Crusaders of the Methodist church took advantage of the good weather last Saturday to have a picnic on the Russian river. Games and athletic contests were enjoyed by the group and were followed by a weiner roast at the picnic bonfire! " , . Sponsors -were Mrs.. M. E., McDonald, assisted by Mrs. Harold Kirk. Boys and girls of the seventh and eighth grades who i macle up the picnic party were: ' Diane Archibbld, Vivian Gates, Belva Archibald, Janet McDonald, Grace White, Maxine Evaris, Marl-, lyn Ferrien, Dick Crane, Dale Kitk, Bobby Oden, Donald -Hupe and Everett Evans. -j^./,- TO CONVEMTIor . . Marie Sepp, dental technician, of North State street went to ^Oakland last week to, the annual convention of the dental - profesguin and stayed to spend the we^ejid in theJbay area. - - , vjc)l Miorticians Hold Diet. Meet Here vDinner meeting of, Redwood Empire Funeral. Dir«ctort'; association in the municipal clubhouse Friday night was more social than bufiipess, and'^Jncluded a compile meht&i'y- .surprise' stork . shower for "Mrs;-. Walter; Eversole, wife of the • association's president. Lanee-ZImmerman Ulciah chapel and Eversole Mortuary \yere Hosts toithe 82'members who enjoyed a home-'frlelJ chicken, ravioli din ner'put-.on for them by the 7:30 club, of -the Presbyterian church, with club members serving the -dinrer which included Jfot rolls and home-made apple pTe. J."'VV11ford Corr, executive sec- -retary of the association was amon^ the visitors.- Superior Judge Lilburn Gibson- was the speaker. His^ topic was juvenile pr-oblems and. his outlook 'i on Mendocino county was encouraging. This county, because of alert and progressive policies does not have the incidence of juvenile crime complained of in more congested areas of the state, he' said. Guests were present from San Francisco, San Rafael, Petaluma, Santa Rvsa,- Guerneville, Sebasto- pdl, Sonoma, Napa,,- Ilealdsburg, Fort Bragg and Eureka, with traveling representatives from San Diego, 1 ,03 Angeles, Pasadena; San Francisco and Sacramento. Music was provided by Everett Foster of Santa Rosa and a quartet composed of Willford Gorr, Everett Foster, Arthur Parent of Petaluma and Stanley Lance of Ukiah. • Mrs. Foreman III, Her Family Comes To Visit Illness which took Mrs. Charles E. Forman of 611 West Clay street to the hospital recently also brought good fortune with the visit of seven "mernbers of her family from Cbewelah, 'Wash. On Sunday, April 30 her mother, Mrs. Soe Hartlll, and sister,'Mrs; F.G. Seeseldt arrived and the following Tuesday her.fiye brothers/Walter, Elmer, Edward, Clarence and Clifford came from' their home tb-wh for a .visit of a few days. "The others went home early last w-eek' and Mrs. Hartill left, Wednesday, May 5, with'the hope that Mrs. Forman will soon be able to make a trip to be vifith them for an^ extended visit in Washington. She was formerly employed in Hansen Stationery Store. ' Relatives Of Neal Maclean Listen In On Radio Weddiiig Rites In Hollywood When Dorothy Day and Neal MacLean -were married in Holly- wod on the Bride and Groom.fpro- gram which was-heard Ippallyi/oh KGO, Thursday at 2:30 p.m., l^cpl relatives of the groom were .eagerly listening at their radios. His aunts, Mrs. Robert Ridequt and Mrs. Delbert Munson of Ukiah heard their marriage yQ \ys over the air, and his uncle, Joe Binton and grandmother, Mrs. Clara Binton were listening inat Willits, already informed by letter of the coming ceremony. His father. Max Maclean also lives in Willits. His. mother, Mrs. Ruth Maclean lives in San Francisco.' Immediately after the wedding, at which the bride wore the traditional white satin, and a white Hawaiian gardenia lei, the couple left for a lioneymoon ih'Del Cpro- nado near San Diego. Their romance began in Hawaii while Miss Day, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Day of Hollywood, was vacationing in Honolulu from her work as a registered nurse. She was a cadet nurse during the war. He was employed rin one of Honolulu's luxury hotels when they met. Sponsors of the Bride and Groom program left nothing undone to make the Avedding - romantically memorable to the young couple. Name.s of their' attendants were not learned, but to commemorate their meeting in Hawaii, music of the. islands was played, and featured the bride's favorite song—Blue Hawaii. The newly weds will live in sim Diego. . . Job's Daughters Plan Honor For Guardian Job's' Daughters Bethel No. 106 of Ukiah, will go to Willits on Thursday, May 6, to participate in a program for Grand Guardian Stella Jensen. The -Willits and Santa Rosa Bethels will also take part in the program. Ukiah Bethel of Job's Daughters will hold its 1 election of officers in May and the girls have voted to have their installation Saturday, June 5, which will be a jomt installation of Job's Daughters and DeMolay. A capacity attendance is anticipated. Staff Sgt. Richard De Renois^ home from Ft. Mason for a -visit with his parents, Mr. and rMs. M. L. De Keno. He has , been stationed in Fort Mason, but expects an early assignr.-ient to Tokyo v/hen his leave is over. Dr. D. R. Pratt Wed In Stafford Chapel A - marriage of interest to local people w^as the recent, wedding of -Dr. '.Arlene. Marjorie Mann of Stanford University hospital sta'ffi and a-nephew of Superior Judge W. D. L. Held, reUred,: Dr. Donald Roy Pratt in Stanford Memorial chapel.. Dr. Pratt's, mother, Mrs, Roy ,A. Pratt of San Francisco, was the former Louise Held of Ukiah, sister of Judge Held. His brother, William H. Pratt was best man in the formal ceremony in which the bride wore a white gabardine dressmaker, suit -vvith black accessories' and carried - a colonial bouquet of white roses. Her sister, Mrsv . Donald C. Moore was matron of honor.' . * Ushers werp Dr. L. D. Howard Jr., and Dr. J. W. McKlbben, Jr., of San Firaricisco.. . The young couple will return from a Santa Barbara honesmioon to live in San Francisco where Dr. Pratt is also a niember of the Stanford hospital |Staff. He is a graduate of the Ststnford School of Medicino and served with the Army Medical corps during the war. Mrs. Pratt is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs; Frederick W. Mann of Spokane, Wash. Food Sale Proceeds Fpr Youth*,Activities Proceeds of the food sale, to be held in front of the J. C. Penney store Saturday, May 8, will go to the Intermediate youth scholarship fund of the Methodist church, to send local young people to the camp of summer institute at either the Toy on or Humboldt camps late in July. The sale is in charge of Mrs. R. E. Archibald and Mrs. M. E. McDonald, sponsors of the Young Crusaders group of the church. The sale will begin at 10\a.rn. High School News ,By Jaequeia Douglas Futdfe fiomemakers of America which consists of domestic science students in high schols, held Its district -fcbnvention in the .high school on Saturday, May 1. Mrs. Nell -Cox, domestic science 'teacher was in charge of the all-day program. . . • ^ Talks were given in the morning on, Personal Appearance and Boy and Girl Reletior/ships. Lunch was - served • at noon - in i the- 'school cafeteria. .-.••.--i \[n: the • afternoon the' business meeting was held. School's from- all the way to Eureka- were represented in the very successful convention, '\ , - •. —O— • - • , Third In a series of talent shows sponsored by the Pep committee Will be: held on Wednesday, May 5. Master of ceremonies will be Jean ; Coleman, -with' a group of talented new students to be pre-: sented to the student body^ Judges will be IVroilion Murov; music,director, - .and Donald Cromwell, UkialfTalk reporter, Carol Brown, F.HiA. members and members of the Pep committee. New F.H.A. President Spring concert and operetta held each year ^y the high, school music department will be given in June under the direction of Morton Murov. The operetta which is entitled The Ministers' Court, has a large cast of high school stud«it^ ithis year. Rehearsals have begun and the public will be coi- dially invited to attend. a Sunday Tour Planned By Garden Club If the weather is good, mem- betg of Ukiah Garden club will make a tour on Sunday afternoon to visit threo (»f Ukiali's loveliest gardens. They will meet at 1:45 at the home of Mr. and Mrs: Charles Kasch. r 417 ' Oak Park avenue to viewfhe profusion of blooms - in.iheir yard. The second stop will;be:at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myzska, on Highland avenue, who are also noted . gardeners; . The third visit will be made at the residence. of Dr. and Mrs. Robert O. LeBardn, 300 ^ South Pora avenue, wfaose gar-. ' den - is also a beautiful one. ' FUTPRE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA chosp. Miss Carol Holmes (right) of Fort Braggf as their president When the-y held their convention in Ukiah last Saturday. Miss Carol Brown of Ukiah, outgoing , -president (left) is shovrii handing the gavel to the new president. Famous Harpist Presents Brilliant Sunday Concert Excellent Program By Southern Belles •With the social' hall of the Methodist church' brightly .decorated with spring blossoms,' guests of the Youth Fellowship enjoyed the Southern Belle dinner and a variety' program of music and comedy on Friday night, April 30. Don Millard and Nancy Ford were masters of ceremony for the program which followed (he haia dinner.. Joanne Gates was general chairman.:' With' Chuck Perriy at the piariD and Hank de Lotty's drums, the program included popular and standard music. A quartette, included Jean Coleman, George Wildberger, Don,; Millard and Jules Legler, who were accompanied by 'Vondalee Cyphers. Soloists were Yvonne Lyrirv Norman Wright and Bob York, with VoHaalee Cyphers and Mary Kuhzler as accompanists. Darrell Salisbury's comedy Good Night, Ladies, accompanied by George Wildberger, was also well received. The evenfng was planned as a benefit for the Methodist young people's institute fund. Elaine Hiatt is 'president of the Youth Fellowship - and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Salisbury and Bert Hinds are counsellors for the group. The old Fish Rock chute near Point Arena was blown do^vln during the last storm. It was built when Fish Rock was a village with a general store, a brick kiln and pottery plant. The Hopland grade, Highway No. 16, was closed for a time on Thursday of last week by the heavy snowfall which brought traffic to and from Lake county over that route to a standstill. Catholic Youth Will ' Plan For Mother's Day Special meeting has been called of the Young Sodality of St. Mary's Catholic church, May 4 at 7:30 p.m. in El Rosario at the Albertinum. Plans will be discussed for the annual Mother's Day breakfast to be given Sunday, May 9. Gloria Pacini is president of the Sodality organization. SMITHS HAVE GIRL Mr. and Mrs. Jay C. Smith of 125 Clara avenue are parents of a baby girl born in Ukiah General hospital • Tuesday morning whom they' have nam^d Judith Lee. Dr. Arthur Miller delivered the baby by caesarian section. Srnith is employed as pressmaA by the Redwood Journal. Episcopal Guild, women's organization, wiU meet Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Norman Buhn, on School street. Mrs. Daphne Libby will assist the hostess, IVIrs. Henry Spurr will preside at the business meeting where plans will lie made for'Mother's Day. CHAS. KASCH Attorney and Counselor at Law Odd Fellows Building North State St. Ukiah, Calif. Local music lovers were gi-ven a rare experience on Sunday after-i noon when Anna Louise David, nationally famous harpist, presented a program distinguished by Its variety arid range. Engene Corbett, tenor, presented the artist and added brilliantly to the program with four selections to harp accompaniment. ' Mrs. David's engaging personality won her»audience in the Saturday afternoon, club from the moment she appeared, almiost dwarfed by Jiermagnificerit harp, richly carved and gold embossed which was made for her in Chicago. Mrs. Ailing Davis ,and Mrs. Cesira Delany were hostesses for the private concert which /was attended by some 200 irivited guests. They were assisted by Mrs. Frank Branson and Mrs; Clair Holliday- Of the dozen numbers she played. Lake Louise written for her by Andre Kostelanetz, Riw- sian coniposer, will probably -he best remembered, not only lor its dramatic color but because of '(ht amusing story ?he told of the Russian composer -who invited her\,to dinner at the Waldorf to celebrate its' publication. He appeared .'in [juch extraordinary high spirits ^he felt almost overwhelmed with his celebration of .the event .until he revealed" with Russia'h fervor it was not'the music he v/as celebrating but the - tremendous . fact that he had become an American citizen. 'Enchanted Forest, arranged by the harpist and the Die Meister- singer Prize Song by Wagner were- tw<i of her rhost brilliant numbers. With the bolls Sleigh Ride, she told an amusing' story •of tije tangled web she wove in' the. rinJisi 'cal world by composing 1} for a Russian program and giving the-name of the author as "Ver- anoff". Bythe "lime her publishers pinned her down to admitting its authorship she had had so many Mrs. Hiiicjs And Mrs. Simpson Honored At Stork Shower By Mothers Club The attractive home of Mrs. Ft-ank Crane in Cochrane Heights, was tiie setting Tuesday lught for a double stork shower which complimented Mrs. Bert Hinds and Mrs. Jack Simpson. The occasion was' the monthly meeting of the Mother's club and Mrs. Crane was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Edward Oden and Mrs. Albert Towne. „ Mothers are finding the monthly lessons from Parents magazine valuable and Tuesday's lesson, given by Mrs. Burt Banzhaf, was particularly interesting on the theme that children wiirieam>to use words with confidence arid express themselves well if parents listen and respond'intelligently to them; they learn by imitation and it is important to talk to them with distinctness and a good choice of words. -Another talk by Mrs. Louise Day from the book. Developing The Child's Personality, by Gelolo McQue, Ph.D., stressed the importance of developing, good eating habits. Forcing the last spoonful of food on a child causes an emotional block which influences his' attitude toward eating, she said. Some fine roses were used in decorations with other flowers, and candles were lighted on the refreshment table where a buffet of dainty sandwiches, pickles, huts, candy, cOffee and tea were served. Mrs. Hinds was presented a high chair and Mrs. .Simpson received a t^ylor tot from the club. Mrs. Everett Swigart presided at the business meeting. Guests were Mrs. Don ZyJstra, Mrs.'Zella Waterhouse, Mrs. Arthur Miller, Mrs. Glen Miller and Mrs. Jack MacNab. ' • Golden Sfafe Hotel SAN FRANCISCO'S Powell Street at EUis 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 July 2, 3, 4, 5, will be red lettei days at Fort Bragg. harpists .delving into: the identity of the noh-eXistent VeranofE, she was relieved tO' tell all and let them aiscHbe it' tO-an old Russian folk sohg,'"arranged by A. L. D." tie Follets,— -Fireflies, by Has-i selmans was: notable for its deli-i cacy; Brahms Waltzes-, for tonal beauty, and Chorale,; in the man-i ner of Handel, her own. aiTange-i ment, was particularly effective ohjthe harp. Corbett's Program In Corbett 's group of songs, ClOrinda was the ch6ice of this listener, and 'Tosti 's ' Mattinata, sung in Italian was excellent. The haip accompaniment was particu- la^y effective in My Heart Is A Lute, by 'Woodman. Little Irish Gfrl was also well received, and Ddna, by McGill, • ' - Iriiree attentive little girls in the front'row wiere happy-^when Mrs. DaVid dedicated to them a whim- siifal folk song of the orient as an enpore. Karen .Schilder, Patty •Weber and .Judy Foster had sat entranced through her; prograni when she acknowledged their ^d"- miratiqn with the charining numi bef' she called Pp Ling .and Ming -^t the close of the program sh^ l^ebeiVed the audience . at thC' stsfge and explained her' instruf- mOnt which, jjnlike the violin', dogsTnot improve, with age, llers _ is 14 years old and requires much ll attention fpr the 45 strings <^k}l m^tal and gut. She wore a form^^f frdck of lavender lace in the same shade as the inlay on her instru"- ment /and sorne handsome amethyst jewelry emphasized the deeper purple tones irj the carving!. ; Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Delany poured at a handsomely decorated Jea table set (.with .silver and candles for the tea and'coffee seirvT ed! witli cake to the guests who lingered late into the atfernooh discussing the splendid prograni and - making the acquaintance of the artist. HOTEL 55 Fifth St. (Near/Market) . 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