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PAGE POUR DISPATCH DEMOCRAT. \mAH,' CAUFQRNIA .FRIDAY, MAY H, mm Qtjrcu? Birthday Party MBS. WM. (VADA) COLLIEH of WilUls, district deputy' president of Hebekah Assembly Dis- •'"•tWct B8, attending tha apnual ausembly in Long -Beach this week, will relinquish her office Jo Mrs. Elena Mathewson of Boohville while there. Dinner Party Given By Two Hostesses Mrs. Harlay Hayes and Mrs. Paul L. Hansen were co-hostesses at a dinner for 22 on Saturday, '''May 1. The party was given in the Hayes home on the corner of ' Gobbi and Dora streets. An arrangement of bridal AVreath with lilies and tulips was ' most effective on the dinner table and v/as flanked by lighted tapers. After dinner the guests, divided into two groups, played the new 'dice game, pig, until late in the evening. Those present were Messrs. and "iifeidames Richard Schv.'arr.^, John - -Hayes, Don R. Ward, S:.!n Sliort- '"'H'd'ge, Don Crawford, Donald O. Nat-fie, Richard Davis, Torrenrc 'SSXrihcisll, Douglas Binghcm, the iiansens and Mr. and Mrs. Hayes. Linda Hayes' Birthday Celebrated With Party Friends of Linda Hayes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hayes - .helped- her celebrate her eighth •• birthday en May 4 with a party in the Hayes home on Gobbi - street. A generous basket of favors was the centei-piece on the table where a birthday cake was part of the party refreshments. Out of door games were enjoyed and . . the, honoree received some lovely gifts from her guests. Tlioss present wore Sharyl Hansen, Valerie Crawford, Diana Oden, John Hunt, Terry Bucholz, Martha McKinney, Judy Vaughn, Donnie Shortridge, Judy and Myrna Bingham, Joey Wildberger, Judy BuEch, Nancy Jaun, Michael n.Norgard, Donnie Slager, Carol Crabtree, Tommy McFarland, Leland Mitchell and Larry Davis. Dinner Will Honor Rebeltah Official There will be a no-host dinner in the Maple "Cafe on' May 24 v/hen Cornelia Rebekah lodge welcomes its assembly president, B^rs. Alice M. Schulte. 61! .Santa Rosa on the occasihb of her, official visit to Ukiah.'SHetakies of- fics during the state assdinbiy being held in Long Beach this' in^eek. ,'. Other lodges of the district and a delegation from the Upper Lake lodge will join Ukiah in honoring the president. Reservations may be made May 20 with Mrs. Vernon Yatjs, secretary, telephone .760. Mrs. Elena Mathewson of Anderson Valley Redwood Rebekah lodge and Mrs. Delia Haworth o. •tlie Ujjper Lake lodge, assembl. publicity chaiiinan will be dinner guests of the lodge. These plans were made at a meeting i Monday, Majj 10 in I.O.O.F.' hall. Decorating Committee Mrs-. Verne Bickford, nobh grand and Mesdames Elmer Adams, Vern Yates, H; P. Dohr- infc-, Dan Cohen and Bertha Smith will be in charge of decoration; for the Maple Cafe banquet room, the lodge hall and tht lodge hall banquet room where coffee and cake will be served to the visitors after^ lodge is closed. A Memorial set-vice will be held during the president's visit with a foursome including Mesdames L. H. Foster, Grover C. Neep, Vern Yates and George Caldwell repeating the ritual on request of the lodge. Substitute officers Monday evening were Mrs. Erwin Koch, past noble grand; Mrs. Albert Lemos, inside guardian; Mesdames Pruett Edwards and H. P. Dohring, right and left supporters of the vice ,r;rand. Improvements Made Mrs. Howard Tuttle reported j the ladies lounge had been papered, the rug laid and a wicker settee and chair purchased. Mrs. Norma Hayden will donate a table, Mrs. Edwards a studio couch and Mesdames Joe Brush and Etwin Koch will paint the floor in the lounge. Dancers of the Patrons Club were presented fay Mrs. Koch and in colorful costumes for their specialty folk dances, gave some enjoyable numbers. The lodge hall was decorated with spirca and purple iris. The tables in the dining room were attractive with assorted spring flowers and paper garlands in lodge coloi-s. On the hostess committee were Mesdames Pierce Stiiap, John Rumer, Jesse Hair and Jack Hamilton. At 86 She Likes To Fly Sandeiins Return From Journey To Hawaiians Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sandelin, I Sri,- returned to Ukiah Sunday ' night after a clipper trip from Honolulu, Hav.'aii, to San Fran—Cisco which ended a month's vaca- ..tion where they visited Masonic lodges in a number of island cities. •" They went to the islands on the Matsonia and in Honolulu joined the Senior Grand Master Chester H. Warlow and his wife for the toui-. Mr. Sandelin is Senior Grand Deacon of the grand lodge of California and a past master of Abell lodge of Ukiah. Mrs. Romer Appointed "Judge In Iris Society Mrs. Arthur L. Romer of the south highway has been appointed one of the iris judges for the American Iris society for district No. 14 to pass on the 100 top iris grown in the United States this , year. Mrs. Romer, who has a splendid collection of 338 named varieties, was given a Lady Moore last year by, the propagator, Mr. Sellback, who developed the bulb which sold for $20 and is now quoted at .$10. Miller Families Will .Jy^ove To New Home '"i^Drs. Arthur and Glenn Miller of West Standlcy street have purchased a -,iew home on the corner ->«f Mill street and Mill court into ^vhich Ihey will move from their .-f ^jrcsent dwelling over llieir of- ^jTices. «•!, Mrs. Glenn Miller took her 18- •"Wionths -old son, Steven to Los (•^ngeles last week where he is to •remain for about a month with *,^is grandparents. The baby has «*not been WLU recently and they •^hope he will benefit by the change »!Jof cUmatc. Mrs. Betty Ijarrc: wTio suffered •severe burns in a gas explosion in the Busy Bee cafe two niveeks ago, went home from Ukiah '^Keneral hospital May 0. Bandages al ^Have been removed fi-om her face. Sodality Honors Mothers In Garner's At a table decorated in maid- snhair fern and pansies, with a lilac centerpiece, the Young Ladies Sodality of St. Mary's Catholic church honored their mothers in a beautifully appointed breakfast in House of Garner Sunday morning. Covers were laid for 50. Gloria Pacini, president of the organization introduced John Nelson, assistant district attorney who talked of the effect of modern conditions on mother and child relationships, the complexities that arise in this era and their tendency to draw parents away from their rhildren's closest interests. Musioal numbers, for which Miss Pacini was accompanist, included Gounod's Ave Maria by Pat de Lotty; Mother Machree, a quartette by Pauline Frati, Betty Greeott, Betty Pacini and Jean Marie Phelan; The Lord's Prayer by Betty Pacini. Gloria Pacini played a piano solo. Moonlight Sonata by r ^aethoven and the closing music was Always, sung in unison by mothers, daughters and gixests. Guests included Father Roger Anderson, Father Adrian Sharkey, Sister Prioress Henrietta and Sister Adel Gundas of the Al- bertinum. Compliments were many for the hand painted place cards made by Miss Marion Downer of South State street who did them in individual designs of delicate pastel liowirs. Boxes Of Clothes Sent To Missionary Workers Serviceable clothing worn in Ukiah will soon be worn by needy Japanese when the box forwarded by Afternoon Circle of the Baptist church arrives in the Baptist mission at which Mr. and Mrs. Meeko are in charge. Another box went to a destitute family in Laytonv.ille when the circle met in the church last week. Mrs. -Lena Whittaker was recently re-elected presider.t after serving the circle for about 10 years. A third box is in preparation for llie Women's Mission Society which will he sent overseas from the Richmond depot. The circle recently completed its annual quota of garments for White Cross work and is expecting its quota for the coming year. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Whittaker, Mrs. George Ward and Mrs. J. B. Cook. MRS. J. J. THOMAS of 710 West Perkins street is no nbyica'iii the air, and at 86 she has ilo hesitation at going aloft vrjich sho -wanis to go visiting. On May 6 sho boarded a northbound plane atiho Ibcal . airport and want to spend a month with Har sister in Medfbvd, Oregon. In the Journal photo aboys she -waves goodhy;e. Her daiighler, Mrs. E. W. Dullon is there to see her off. Two Prominent Northern Californians United In Sunday Marriage Ceremony Befori the altar of Presbyterian church, Mrs. Lucyle Stowe of Eureka: and J. J. Ki'ohn of Areata exchanged marriage vows last Sunday morning at 9:30 with Dr. Van der Las, a personal friend of the bride, officiating. The new Mrs. Krohn is a fftrnrier resident of Ukiah. Following the ceremony, the couple went, to Sonoma Mission Inn and from there to Sacramento enroute to Seattle where they will attend the National Boy Scout executive meeting May 18-20. They will go on to-Banff, Lake Louise and Calgary, Canada, and visit' other scenic parts of the Canadian. Rockies before returning to Calif-' Lirnia to make their home in Areata where' the groom' is resident manage!-' • hi . California , Barrel Company Ltd, of San Francisco. .Mrs, E. w; James of .Ukiah at-' tended the bride while organ music, provided by Mrs. Mildred Oxfoid accented .the informal ceremony. Dr. H. O. Cleland was attendant for Mr. Krohn. Navy Blue Enssihble The bride v/orc a smart suit of navy faille with n^nvy accessories. Her hat was a pale lavender with pastel flowers and a rose colored veil and she wore white net.gloves and a corsage of orcids. WMte buttonaires were worn by the men. BarnDanceEnjoyed By B.of A. Meinbers Grange hall was a picture Sal- day night with; 125 dancers in ginghams and levis and even the orchestra dressed to carry out tlie barn dance -theme for Bank of America Employees' club's first big social eyent in tTkiah. Ukiah club members were hosts to others from Lake, Sonoma and Mendocino counties. FQstiVities began with a cocktail hpur. which was fpUpwed by a dinner, seryed; by .the ladies of the Ukiah,Grange; Mrs. J', R. Hplmeswaa'chainrtan of the-djnner'hostesses.'•; : Paiscing W,as ftom 9-.to 1 aim. to the.musip pf. Greeott's orchestral. Vern Rose of Sartta Rpsai is president of- thfe club which >yas organized about a year ago., Ray Crider of ,.tlie Ukiah. .banlt,;v^as. chairman for the partjr." •..-..:io : SoUSfi, .Poma, Familiesi Have Sunday Visitofsf , Ivir. and Mrs. Alfred Sousa,.their, daughter Arlene and Arthur and Joseph Poma werfe hosts oh Sunday to a group of relatives who drove up from San Francisco to' see the new Firestone store recently opened by Arthur Poma 'Srid The church was artistically "dec-, the new apartment house,,the Dbl- orated with white blossoms. ores apartments at 602- North State _ Mrs. Krohn has many friends in I street, recently purchased, by, the Ukiah where she lived before going to Eureka where she was a columnist on the Eureka Times. For the past three years she has. occupied a high salaried position as advertising director of the Storm King Corp., of Dayton, Ohio. She has made several trips to California representing her firm and renewed friendships here; In Dayton she was a mem'oer of the Womens' Press club. During the coming winter the newlyv/eds will be seen.here enroute to San Francisco where they will attend popular stage plays and the opera season. Had Many Interests While in Ukiah Mrs. Krohn was superintendent of the Presbyterian Sunday school, and as rural representative of the national Y.W.- C.A. she organized a number of Girl Reserve groups in this county. She was active in Parent Teacher association work and a member of the Saturday Afternoon club. She is exceptionally talented and versatile and now plans to take a course in creative writing in Stanford University and write fiction with a background of northern California, Indian and redwood country. Her son, John a graduate of Ukiah schools is now attending Ohio University Medical school. Mr. Krohn is well known Sousas. Mr. and Mrs. David Paolini, cousins of Mrs. Sousa and the Pomas, were in the group, and three aunts of Mrs. Sousa's, Mrs. Carrie Healion, Mrs. Jean Taggart and Miss Ida Geanazzi. 'Hungarian Party A Double Celebration ..•:-.:;-vV.,.., •,;••,>• : .-There Was a doubje-celebration' foe. Dr. and Mrs. Marcus Schramm at their home on Cottage Lane at . Mendocino- State, hospital Tuesday night; It was their-23rd wedding anniversary ^nd in addition, the hospital staff which had raided |'(he said) their.hom'e the night tie- fore'to congratnlats him on passing the state medical examfna-. tions with flying color-s, had challenged his wife to a Hungarian goulash dinner. , With the exccpUon of Dr. Davi-i, B. Williams; superintendent, iwho is in Los Angeles attending ilcourt tl-iis week, the guests repre- 'sented the entire medical staff of •'the hospital. Di-. Schramm, who ;:is a native of Hungary,, carne to iUkiah with his wife just a year -I'ago after having practiced in New ^ork.. He studied medicine in Hungary and Czechoslovakia; They havev a 'son, Theodore,' who is' a Jjsychology major in a Louisville, Kentucky, college, and. will soon -bring his. fiancee, Miss Shirley Bass of Louisville tp visit them. Another son, Gene, is a student in tlie University of .California in Berkeley. After enjoying the .fatungarian dinner prepared by "Mrs. Sjhramjfi,' the guissts- spent a spontaneously happy .evening with nriusic 'and discussibn on many current topics'! The guest list included Docfori; and Mesdames Gerald Goodstone, Lee Lochen, Hpward V. Bair, L. McKeever, Prosser, Dr. Robert Brandcamp, Dr. Ruth Green, Mr., and Mrs. John Garvey and Mrs. Williams. Rudy Langlois New DeMolay Councillor Rudy Langlois will succeed George L. Windberger 'as master councilor of the DeMolay in a joint installatidn with Job 's Daughters on a date yet to be set. Plans were made when the new otTicers >yere nominated.on May 11 with jy[£(,ster Councilor' Wildberger Opening the meetirig in gopd form. .' Other nfew dfTicers will be James Ashforci, senior,' coXincUdr;; Warren irirnerson, jiinior, fcouncilor and John Garner, treasuries. Other posts' will be filled by the new master councilor when' he takes office. . • \ j . Under new Ijusine ^s, plans, were, made to'iform a spftbalJ team 'and 'Lloyd;. ^rooks', and Robert .Wright were named a'committee; he-iv club 's formed Wsie'a Cairiera, jgun and poker clubs" for which chaii-men'are to be named. ' A'token of thanks was-given, to Dick Mazzontty the members for his help in-starting aaC. guiding the i.iew' order -which was formed about the first of the year. Under old businisss, was a petition for membersTiip by James Hamilton and a reptirt on the recent De- Mojay convention in Sonoma by Roy Beck. .' ' • ' The first degree will be put on at the next meeting Tuesday, MaV .25i No kangaroo court was held at the May 11 meeting, which is a regular .feature of DeMolay busi- •hess. ;; \ , ; Mrs. Elinor Liawrenice To Be President Of Business and Professional Women The dinner table was an attractive woodland scene in the Canton room of the -Palace hotel when Business & Professional Women's club met on Thursday night and chose Mrs. Elinore Lawrence for its new president. She will replace Mrs. Myrtle Eglin who steps into the post of second vice president when installation is held. May 20. Others to take office in in."!talla'- tion rites directed by Mrs. .Ella Butlor, district president, are: Mesdames Zella Dennen, first vice president; Rena Webb, recording secretary; Gay T. Neep, corresponding secretary; Alta Ballou, auditor; Juanita Bradshaw, parliamentarian and Miss Audrey Hollenbeck, treasurer. Mrs. Charlotte King, outgoing treasurer, was chairman of the nominating committee. Mrs. Bessey Scott was chairman of the committee which decorated the American Autompbile association, a nationalBoy Scout executive and a Rotarian. throughout the northern part of the! the dinner table with. a woodland fitate. He is first vice president of j pool surrounded by ferns and A : «.,. T-. . ' ^opcjs gi-eenery. Out of consideration for allergies, she avoided offending blossoms and placed a white elephant in the pool to represent the menace. Mrs. Scott is outgoing second vice president. Mrs. Henrietta WUlford steps _ „ ,. , .down as corresponding secretary Mrs. Fanny Tracy was h 'eh,^^^ M ,3_ Helen Chaney as record- score winner when the Neighbor-' Mrs. Tracy Winner In Neighborhood Club hood Bridge club met in the home of Mrs. Robert McGarvey Friday night to enjoy a contributed dish dinner before setting up two tables of bridge. RCTARIANS ELECT OFFICERS The foliowtiig c—ccis or the Ukiah Rotary Club were elected at the May 6 meeting of the board of directors in regular session: Ernie' Balyeat, president; Stanley Lance, first vice; Harry Falk, second vice; Charles Mannon, treasurer; Burnam Heryford, secretary. ing secretary. The president and Mrs. Juanita Bradshaw were named delegates to the annual convention to be held in Santa Cruz May 20-23 inclusive. Others who wish to go will be given delegate status by the president. HOME FROM HOSPITAL Mrs. Henry Padelford of South State street, who was operated upon Monday morning by Dr. James Massengill, returned to her home Saturday. Her husband is employed by the Bob Bates mill at Willits. School Of Nursing Is Open To Applications Applications for the School of Nursing, Children's Hospital, San Francisco, are now being received for classes beginning next September, - according to - Mi-s. Helen Musser and Mrs. Ellen Copsey of Ukiah, who -recently returned from an • alumni reunion of the gi-aduates' of the school in San Francisco when they Were appoint ed as members of a public relations field committee. Applicants must be graduates of high school or junior college, with one year of general chemistry and .should be between' the ages of 18 and. 35. The 3-year training course gives the student a sound basic nursing education. Complete maintenance costs, including room, board and laundry are provided by the school. . Neglected Child Is Problem For P.T.A. 'SACRAMENTO, May 12 (WNS). —rCalifoi-ma Congress of Parents and Teachers was urged today to take up the case of the negbected child. . , Roy E, Sirhpson; state superintendent of public instruction, in welcoming the congress to Sacra- nruentofpr its 49th annual convention, declared the schools "do not and^shOiild not seek to replace the influences and . affections of the home." Speaking to nearly 25,00 delegates from all sections of the state, "Simpson said' a variety of tragic mischances may arise when there is a breakdown of community service in the .school. On the other' hand, he said, there are occasions , when the home environment of certain •'children has failed to .provide, the confidence the child needs as a part of his.edu- I'cation. I; The Congress of Parents and Teachers,' he concluded, is the proper' organization for working against any development that works against childr-en. Mrs. Robert Frohh of Ukiah, newly elected' president ,of the P.-^T.A. and Mrs. Colin Peacock pf, Santa : Rosa, president-elect of the 14tb P.-T.A. district ^re among the delegates attending the session. Shriners AHe.nd Diriner :S p o n s o r e d I h Fo rt KENNETH BRUNNER celebrated his eighth birthday at a parly Friday where his guests were, loft to right, back row: Jerry Pokorny, Dick Fraga, Larry Bates, Kenneth Brunner, Jackie Wardmi, ,Joe • Mercer, TurW de Turbivillcj Judith Bartoloinei, Fropt row, L^Iand Mit<!hell, Phyllis Rawlcs, Sandy Davis, Judy Davis, Patty Dick'sori, . Lois Lauppe, Patrick McGill. Second annual - ahalone dinner pf.-Ukoht shrine, club in Fort Rragg Saturday nlg.ht was' a miich enjoyed event atteiided by hiore than. 100 of whom 12 were from tlie iPomo Shrine organization in Ukiah; -Willits, Garberville and Ahines "Temple of Oakland were also represented. Members wore fezzes and sat down to a family style dinner where abalone was served gen- eroiisly on large platters. Kingfish J, W/.Lilley of the Fort Bragg club was master of eeremonies. The group.'which motored over frdm Ukiah included Messrs. and Mesdames- Dick Mazzoni, L. E. IVIiller, George Johiison, James Bradshaw, James Jimerson, \ 3. Svendson-«nd Judge and Mrs. Lilburn' Gibson. Another Shrine event will be thte Sonoma Shrine club's ladies night party in the Fair grounds auditorium, in Santa Rosa next Saturday night. May 15. Potentate Robert McDonald will bring an excellent professional shov/ from Oakland for the entertainment, according to C. H. Bauman, president of the Sonoma club. RIVER UNION ROCKETS Big league players are in the making at the River Union school at Talmage where the River Union Rockets train under the watchful eye of Mr. dnd Mrs. Earl Hallman and so far have taken all comers to the cleaners. The Al- bertinum has' falleh before them in a 5-3 contest; Ukiah grammar school dropped a 7-6 game and in a batfest Redwood Valley came ovit on the short end of a 12-16 score. Potter Valley will try to break the winning streak next Friday.* Garden Club Will Meet In Home Of Mrs.Thomds Mothers, Daughters Banquet In Chureh The Mother-Daughter bapquJEt/ in the social-hall of the Methodist church Friday night was declared one of the outstanding events of many fine entertainments given by the church this year. Tlie table was beautiful with.a maypole centerpiece' designed for the Southern Belle 'dinner last week and at. each cover wa's placed a dainty may basket containing flowers. The Women's Society for Christian- Service sponsored the evening. Mrs. Robert Frohn greeted the guests - and ' introductions were made by Mrs. Charles G.Linde- mann. 'With Miss Grace Toles as toastmistress. Miss Alice Goudge toasted Our Mothers and Mrs. May Beckley toasted. Our Daughters. Mrs. Esther McDonald gave the toast to our Grandmothers. - The program also included -a solo by Mrs. Bess McCabe, Mother Machree, and a tableau by; Clarice Stipp. A duet. Always, was sung h^ Lois Barker and Joyce-Cates,. and another by the Frohh • twins,Marjorie and Margaret. The Salisbury sisters, .Ruby and Lois gave one of^ their fine folk da'nces and Janet. McDonald presented,, two readings,, one with a chorus by the,M.Y.F., Crusaders. , : ', , .pirectors • of r music were :Mrs,, Juanita Kirk, Betty Boulware and Katherine Burke was accompanist. The . committee on arrangements included Mrs. May Frohn, assisted by Mesdames Mary Frohn, Eleanor Lawrence, Evelyn Banzhaf, Marie Goudge, Doris Richey, Dessa Green, Clarice Stipp, Ruth Balyeat, Neva Guter, Dorothy Harader and Alice Lindemann. 'Walter Eversoles Are Parents Of New Boy Ml-:, and Mrs. "Walter Eversole are parents -- and proud ones — of a baby boy born in Ukiah General Hospital at 7:30 Friday mprn-r ing, May 7, who is named Ronald Edward. Dr. Arthur Miller was the physician. Mr.- and Mrs. Edward Eversole; Oak and Scott streets, are the pateimal grandparents and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence (Jack) Ballou of Cherry avenue are the parents of Mrs. Eversole who was Barbara Ballou. I^rs. Ballou is county recorder. This is the first child in the home of the young Eversoles who were married in December; 1945. Kenneth Briinner Is BirtHday Celebrant ^ Kenneth Brunner, who was eigjit years old last week, celebrated his birthday at a, party Friday afternoon in {he home of his, parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,W. H. Brunner, 101 South Hortense street. Bringing their gifts, his guests found the refreshmept table decorated in the circus theme with a corral of wild animals in the center. Contests and games, including a l5ubble gum contest, were part of the fun before they sat dowm to enjoy birthday cake, ice cream and pink'lemonade. , , His guests are identiaed in the accompanying picture\,.whioh does not- include his brother, Rudy Brijnner and Tommy dpforth who joitled the party w'nen school was outj ' . ! Ukiah Garden club will hold its afternoon meeting at 2'p.m. Wednesday, May 12, in the home of Mrs. Ji R ; Thomas on West Clay Mreet.. The report of the nominating committee on officers for the coming ye'ar will be given. Program for the afternoon will be flower arrangements, -with a display of colored slides; and plans will be completed for the Spring Flower display on May Id in the Palace Hotel. RELATIVES IN SOUTH Mrs. Harry Burke, deputy county school superintendent, will leave Friday, May'H^for a visit in Long Beach and Los Angeles. In San Francisco she will join her sisters and brother in law, Mr. and Mrs., Andrew Johnston and Mrs. Harvie Anderson, for the trip south. She expects to return to her home at 602 North State street in about 10 days. HOME FROM THE CITY Mr. ana Mrs. Artnur rrarrls of^ 185 Seminary avenue returned to Ukiah Friday night from San Francisco where Mr. Harris .has been under medical observation in Franklin hospital. HERE. FROM RICHMOND Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bernhard, son and daughter-in-law of Mrs. Lodise A. Bernhard, spent Sunday with her at her home at 106 North Hortense street. Their home is in Richmond. CHAS. KASCH Attorney and Counselor at Law Odd Fellows Building North Stale St, Ukiah, Calif. Elk Ladies To Qrganize An,Unofficial Auxiliary Friday night. May 14 is the date set by Exalted Ruler Ed Jennings to organize an unofficial auxiliary unit of the Elks Lodge which is now; a year old in Ukiah. Wives of members are asked to^meet in Elks hall• at 7:30 to take initial steps in the organization which will be allied withthe club but not officially sponsored by, them, in accordance with rules of the organization. SUNDAY IN LAKEPORT • Mr. and Mrs. James B. Bradshaw and daughter Ann' spent Sunday in Lakepbrt with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sagehorn, pareats of Mrs. Bradshaw. GO TO OREGON Mr. and Mrs. Fred Orcutt of Ukiah are enjoying a motor trip to Oregon this week. They left last week end. Golden Stare Hotel SAN FRANCISCO'S Powell Street st Ellic In the Hub — But Out of t»;e 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 Birthdays Of 2 Members H6noi-ed In GSFA Meet IJkiaih--Mendocino State Hospital Firemen met,'Hfednesday night in thelflrehpuse for a combined business and social meeting. Mrs. Lily Ro^s, president, was unable to be pre'^ent and Mrs. (iertrude Bogner,; vice president, took-the chair. J By-laws of the organization werf read and accepted., Birthdays of t,\VQi members wer 'e observed with a handsomely decorated' cake honoring Mrs. Mary Dayis and Mr Alta Sarhsoe.. ' ' Mrs., Marion Hackman was chairman of the committee which served ice cream, cake arid coffee. Dark Town Poker Club Has Regular Meeting The Darktown Poker club "vhich meets every Tuesday nignt - in thej clubhouse-workshop quarters at the rear of the Dr. Paul Sikora home, held its meeting as Usual, enjiyed a good game and served themselves refreshments. Members there were GeOrge Dieiterle, George Bartlett, Al Gobalet,Russell Dickson, Al Whitney, Dr. . Sikora, Newell Ra-wles and Ken Coles. Winners were not reportedr SOCIAL SECURITY MAN HERE A representative of the Santa Rosa office. Social Security Administration, makes regular trips into Mendocino county and may be contacted at 'the California Employment Office, 295 North School street, Uikah, the fourth Monday of each month at 11 a.m. BACK FROM BERKELEY Mrs.'K. P. Buchanan who has been visiting her daughters inj Berkeley and the bay area, has returned to her home at 1129 West Church street. 55 Fifth St. (Near Market) San Francisco, Calif. • ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF. 350 ROOMS OF COMFORT IN THE HEAR'T OF S. F. SHOPPING AND THEATER DISTRICT. O Modern Rates SINGLE ... from $1.75 up DOUBLE . .. from $2.20 up

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