Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on May 21, 1948 · Page 4
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Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California · Page 4

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FRIDAY, MAY 21, 194^, WOMEN'S SOCIAL AND CLUB NEWS ' Sonnv TdyJor Gelebrates Virginia Aniti Ciaricio' •' Virginia A. CianGip Married On May 9 Relatives and friends of Virginia Ann Ciancio, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Charles Ciant -'ip of Redwood Valley, are sending wishes and felicitations oh her marriage in Las "Vegas, Nevada, May S to Frank Mickediet of Hollywood. The bride 's father is a native of Mendocino county and his 'mother of Sbnoma county. Thi;.V have lived in this area for 35 years. Their present home is a vineyard property near Redwood Valley to which they retired in February, 1947, when Mr. Ciancio left the California State Highway Patrol after long service. They have a Son, Don Ciancio who now lives in WillitE. The new Mrs. Micliediet, wKo visited here at Christmas time, is a graduate,of Ukiah'Union liigh schpdl and is now a member of the nursing staff of Cedars of he-i banrion hospital in Los Angeles. She-trained at Mt. Zion hospital in San Francisco'and took special surgical training in Los Angeles General hospital. Her husband is a draftsman with Cpliforhia Edison' Company In Hblly\y6bd where tliey have established their home. He served three years in the United States army with the engineers' corps. Legionnaires Laufl Meeting In Eureka Returning from the American Legion district convention in Eureka May 15-16, legionnaires and auxiliary members .reported a splendid gathering with 'stimulating business sessions and very enjoyable social events. • Mrs. Jane Isnard, district auxiliary prfesident presided for the auxiliary and Ray Stenbeck of .Fortuna, district -legion president, I for the legion. Among others from 'Ukiah were Mrs. Myrtle Eglin,' district secretary, Mrs. Opal Wessels, district musician, Mrs. Minnie Sweeney, district hospital and patient welfare chairman, Mrs. Prudence Laviletta and Mrs. Ann Mason. . The program included a Sunday banquet. in veterans hall and a dancing party on Saturday night which featured entertainment and a midnight buffet supper. Other officials present were Department President Estelle Hanell of Culver City; Departriient I Vice-president Ruby Stump 61 I Los Angeles; Department Secretary-Treasurer Ethel Pontius 'of San Francisco; Department Hospital Chairman lOTetta Rogers of San Francisco. A gift was presented to Mrs. Isnard from the district and another to the district president.. Mrs. Isnard attended .a meeting of the new' Laytonville auxiliary recently for the election \>t officers who will_be installed on May 21. Past presidents of Lewis ^^hite Post of Ukiah will put on.the installation. Shower Is Surprise To Wedding Couple A party planned in Elks hall Wednesday night proved to be a surprise wedding shower for Joyce Call and Ernest Banker who will be married in the Mormon Temple in Salt Lake City on June 7. Silver wedding bells hung over the all-white table laden with gifts for, the young couple.' whose names were lettered in silver. "rKfe party was given by the Mutual Improvement 'association of the Church of Latter day Saints. Mrs. Elmer Soulhwick, Mrs. Jean Porter and Mrs. James Jordan were hostesses. Silver and white decorations were also featured in' the dining room with bowis of. Cecil Brunner roses. Cake and i)unch were served to the 50 persons present for the shower and a final sprirtg meeting of the church association. I.0th Birtbdqy Honored In Aunt's Home Roselyn Lucchesi celebrated her . tenth birthday with a party given by her aunt, Mrs. Tinp- Venturi of 511 Cypress street 6n Monday, Ma yl7'. She is tlie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. LUcchesi of Redwood Valley. The boys and girls, ' identified in the accompanying' photograph who were her guest?, pl&yed ganies and enjoyed birthday cake with ice cream and, punch. Ballppns were fay6rs.' ' •' Adult friends and members.of the family invited in for refreshments were ^-v. and Mrs. Luqqhesi, Mr. and Mrs' .Harry Grartucci," Mr. and Mi's. Joe Frassinello, Jr., Mrs. Joe Frassinello, Sf., Mr; and Mrs. Jack Fravel, Mr. and Mrs. M. 'Venturi, John Pasero, Mrs. Jack. Simpson, Vioia' and Mabeleari Lucch'esi, Mrs. Emil Poma and Mr. and Mrfe. Joe Paladini. Mrs. Porterheld's $4th Birthdfiy I^ete^ Mrs. Anna Porteriaeld was 9* on Wednesday, May 19, and her , faiirllida^ W'as' 'not f6Tgpf )«n by . home with Mrs. XHeo W ^ikinR, . 648' ^Willow, street, was madb . by the officeis of Eastern StaSc, yBlley Hoit4 ehafttet of Windsor wh6re she" once' iaught scho'ol < and has xeiained her metnbe^- •sljip.''-' ; /' i. 'fhey came lo honor her as their oldbsf living '{tn^uibei' aAd bibusr^i'a 'Ijiitiiday dS^e for the 16 guests ' fip'ni' 'the ' CHxjstian church who brought gifts and decorated the house with flow- iirs. Mrs. McCarthy of Blvei road was hostess. , ' Mrs. porterfield, who taught for many yeari! in this c'pUiity. is paitially'blind.' She retains' aii intense interest in world affairs and listens to her r'sdio is better informed, friends''sbid, than the' average peiioti vriio ^is able to read. •'"'''rt/.vii' ; Joint Dinner, Me^^ By Mrs. M. t. P^BKCMO • A delj^ioii^ ;Ppy^<)ls.^di4rie?!fa•e- ccded the regular'.meeting of Lewis Whffe Post KToi'Sg' iWedjhes- night when Commander M. L. DeKeno preside Ibnd Vhen" members of the post Wer^ -.gilests^of the auxiliary at'"'1iheir.">flagi'dedi- cation ceremonies^^• • ':''' "' ;..;:;ie^:• At the conclusion'''tit'the program, separate ' meetings were held. ... To fill legion, offices declared Vacant, the' foUowiiig w«ire elected: Leonard Nix, first vice-commander; Ray ^drews, second li'ice-commahder; Stanley Lanfte, sergeant at arms. •''• •' Reports were made on • the cedar chest Treasure Sunt'which is cljrrenlly sponsored ty the post. All membds are assisting with' the drive and Jhe contest will close with a dinner on June 12 in the grammar school, auditorium; Plans were also made for the coming Memorial Day service tc be held Sunday afternoon, atay 3C at '2;30 p.m.' The public and all •6rganiicd groups are 'invited to attend. • Guests of the evening were Comr.ade .Johnson and Jack Feland both of Eureka; the latter is the son'of Mr. and Mrs. SCoit Feland who live in Ukiah. Rebekohs Permitted .Jo Bring Dinner. Guestis Rebekah lodge members trom Lakeport, Boonvilje, WiJJils and Laytonville will 'be ' ambrig the dinner gueSts When Cornelia Rebekah lodge, of .Ukiah is'host to their sfate " assembly president, Mrs. Alice Schultz of Santa Rosa on Monday, May 24, on the.'occasion of her official yisit to Ukiah. Rebekahs may invite their husbands or other guests to the dinner which will te held in MaJ!le Cafe preceding the nieeting in the lodge hall at which formal ceremonies will greet the visiting official. Reservations for dinner must be made on or before Sunday, May 23, with Mrs. Vernon Yate.s, pjione m ' • • - ' MB. AND MRS. IVOR l^ACKAHD cut the wedding calm at the le- ceptioii Vhi^ch iollovrld Ithei^; Mptw J6 iik Ike home of 4he brid«:s mother. Mre.IE. i North State street. The former Elaine Jacqueline Jamjals aiid her husband, now on .ilTeu honeymoon, wiil iivein Sawamea^^^^^^ • .—C, Schneider 'p&Pto WildaL. Hoover To Exchange Vows With Louis F.Loosley Friday, July 2 ,, There will be a home wedding tor Wilda Louise HooVer and Louis F. I^oosley who rievealed this Weeli that they .will take' their I 'ows on Friday, July 2. The Wedding will talce place in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold O. Hoover, parents oJ! Ibe bride-to-be, of 690 West Mill street. Miss Hoover will be attended by .Evelyn 'Whilcomb of Poftter Valley- v;ho is now in San Francisco studying in ,a school of fashion design. For lier Wedding the i )ride- elect has chosen a white crepe street, length dress with all-white accessories. Miss Whitco^b will wear pink with white accessories. Don' Loosely, brp'cher ' of the groom-elect, "who is attending U)ciah Union higli schoof will be best maii. Their father'is mariaget of Diamond Match Company here and the family home is at- 591 North Dora street.. The Hoovers came here; about £t year lago.-from Pon'tiac, Michigan.* Two brolhers of the brlde-to-bd, Dick and Howard, are now attending Mifchigan Stata college. •rwo younger brothers, Bert and Buhli are in Ukiah in high school. Their father^is manager of a tank gas company in Ukiah. Wilda is employed as a.service representative in the local, telephone r ol- lice'and her fiancee wonts for the postal department.. ; A reception m the Hoover home will,follow the wedding rites and. the couple will leave lor a week's honeymoon .m yosemite. National park. When they return they will establish their home here. . Dinner At Southworth's Honors Grand Priesiident Of N.DiG.W. Organization , .Annual visit of, their worthy grand president. Miss Doris Treat of San Andreas parlor, was QC- fcasion for a dinner party ';at Sputhworth's Inn hosted by Native. Daughters of the Golden West 'on Monday night. The tables aX which covers were placed for 43 members arid guests, w^ere beauti'- fUily decolrated with arrangemehts 6f roses, sweet peas and pansies. Another visiting official was Mrk Ellen Miller, deputy grand president of Fort Bragg. ' ' :iMrs, Olive C.'Busch was speaker at tlie dinner after honored guests arid visltois from other .parlors had''been' introduced' by the president,-Mrs Lfebna Myars. ivtrs. Busch's"" subject was historiftal California on which she is well versed. Mrs. Elinor Hall and Ktrs. Helen Carmichael were in chairge of' the decorations which made the tables distinctive. ': 'Visitors'%ere present frpm the followi'n'g parlors:' TFort "Bra'gg; •Tamelpa, Mill Valley; Maririlta, San, Rafael; "Fairfax' parlor find Buena; Vista of San Francisco. The dinner party adjourned to Elks tiall'and found It handsomely decorated for the. event with lilacs, sno^ybaUs,, roses and sweet peas. Aha. Di'llingham and Mrs. A^es fchapmdn Wre responsible forats beauty;; . • Sonny Taylor's Fourth Birthday Celebrated Fourth birthday of Sonny Taylo was celebrated Monday, May 17, at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Taylor of Calpella. His young friends brought gifts and enjoyed an afterhopn'of games indoors and out after birthday refreshments were served, wljich included a festive cake. "Decorated nut cups were place cards at the table and candy sficiis were favors. Punch and jello were served with the cake. Prize winners at musical cliairs and other games were Johnny Johnson, Oma Jemeyson and Eileen Elliott. The other guests are identified in the accompanying photograph. The honoree's aunts,' Evelyn Taylor and Mrs. Fped Tollini were present to assist Mrs. Taylor and iMis. Ella Hargraves and Mrs. Gizelle Storer were other adults ' present for the afternoon. HistPry the Native Daughtei;s organization was the tbpic pl Wtiss Treat's talk to the parlor. A re- poi-t on their homeless children project was received. Fort Bragg invited other parlors'present"to be with them when Miss Treat makes hrfr official visit tliere. on May 27. Cake and coffee were served fit the conclusion of the meeting with Mrs. Violeen Chaffee chairman 6f the refreshment committee. OUR ALFALFA ACREAGE .Latest surveys indicate acres planted in alfalfa hay throughout the state total'1,026,000, 4000 Of which , ar^ in Mendocino comity. Total' production last ,y'ear, of-'the California winter- dormant vartety, was 4,309,000 tons; ' ' -. •'. i Mrs. Walter Gilbert of Jacksoij- viUe, Oregon, is visiting at the home of the K. J. Gilberts,^4}5 South Dora street. She payg Jhere is no place like Ukiah and hopes to see all the local points of interest dunng her visit of about ^ a week. • ' Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Blackson pf Richmond are _spending, a ^weeks vacation in'WiHits whe);'e they are the guests of Mrs. JK, Elienthorp. , :. Wedc(jng Shower Wedding Ciy4jtg <B^ esi of an?y w^fddirig ,*tylllibe ih .the^affrtSoilttt ehi4 |!eii ^aiid th'e'B^vJSicMfiliB' %.' Li^deAianh 'Miriji"' ^Uffitllffer-'Tne, W ^on ^.'-whtoh -Wijl jAKfe mkt St .'-*Iao''i 'CattiolJc 'fehuKhtf '"A*-S«cfe&tioif lu'tMq tf ^Kge -htlU Itt ftdaWood Vdlley'Vito 'fttlow'tfie .tttiwfcMK .THe'^ii^eadirfg! gaf# ffi^'tf e i*edeUtlon lln*' Svill'" ln4 }i!rfe^''Wfr: and iMts. 'A G " Lft'ccMsi, WeU- knowhf aHfchetS 61? •Red'^wJU ''i?^!ley aftd 'Jiarfh^ bit tlie IJaSp.'' Afeo Mr' and Mrs "A Mats 'bn,''t«r6f9s of niife grobtn -eleet,' Irotif fm Bragg'!Wh^e th^^-yo'rfrig: caripld Will live after a hibiie;^rfioon" 'tHp north to CanadS.^ "''* Miss -Evelyn .Kern will attend the bride and Earl Smith has been chpsen best 'man. Uphers' .i ;ameS' have not yet been ahnouhced. • The* engaj^ed.^ cpuple were com- complimented with a wedding shower by more than 100 friends ani relatives in the'Redwood Val-. ley Grange hsill Sunday, ^ay 16. Scores Pf beautiful .gifts were received jn .a setting made beautiful with flower^ and d^cordtions oil thi bridal , tjteitie. • 'HoSfesle^' ibr the event, were MeSdaiiies^ Fraftk Reed, Roy^ 'W^iUiams ajid John l -MCifi-' air df' RgdWpd Vailey: •t IWTiss Lucdhesi 'who has been employed in San"^ Rafael is at home' this week maltihg'&rep&i-ations for the ;AreAain'g. ' ' "• •• ' •* ,• Saturday Afternoon (Jlub Luncheon Installation- luncheon of the Sat-; urday Afternoon club? will be heljli m the Hoyse-ot Garner; on Sat-, urday. May 22,rdt 12:30,when new officials for the coming year will, take office-. Mrs.'.Kenneth .Farnd- worth, outgoing president, will take a place on ihe board-when she hands the gavel to Mrs. Ernest Balyeat, president. ^rs- A. 'A. Smith is hostess chairman for. the • luncheon and IJiss Florence pivens- will h ,e ,ih charg^ of' trie ptogram.' " '' Mrs. Ned Will Leave After Visifing Herp ' Mrs. William C. Neal and her two smair'soris, Billy'and*Rob6rt Dale, who arrived by plane Aiiril 30- to visit relatives ! here, will leave Tuesday, May 18, for Oregon to vfsit'her KusBanfl's relatves :before • returning' to her' home' in La Jolla • She IS'the daughter of Mrs. W. D. Bas^ettj' rehiembered in Ukiah. as Margaret Daut. While hen^ She spent a week with her aunt, Mi^, Elsie D. Frost, 8Q6 Church street md was •& house gue^t' df'Mr; arid' Mrs. •GePl-ge"T)aul at' Cold 'dre^k ranch where she also visited pthfer members of th'e Daut family. Wlfcttr. Goal Is Dinner Compiinnents New Jersey Visitor Mrs... JBlizabeth. McKesson of West ,; IjM^Jns. ^tjgefc ep^0P .toe4 several friends last Friday, Way 14, complimenting. Mra,,iHfimet Brown' o^KB^ 'J^sey" who is visiting at the hPirfe 'of her son, Rev- teohai'd • ;^r6wH of ' the' Bap^tiSi chufdh.'' •' "• '.' Those Who enjoyed'the delicious chfckeSl^ 'dlhnter'' 's^rVed'' by ''lyri^. McKeSsoh were the guesf of honor, Mrs. Ethel Perriman, Mrs/ t. Adams, Mrs. Margaret Pehy ari4 Mrs. MajTne Bartlett. • ' .-•....1' • ^.V •:• Sunday Picjjic. f'^pnqfs' Mother, Grandmother' A Mothers Day picnic with 45 I attending was held at ,thf h^tne of j IVtfn'tin 'rttts ^in Finley Sunday honoring hlS }nojher,lpnd' gy^nd- ' mother, Mifs. A"lice Fftts who celebrated her 97th birthday'iii" Janu- •ary,'l'948. '-.'r-'/i i, A long table was laid m their beautifirt yard 'arfd"California -tfap-' iples i'W6re"'. usid^ for-- decotatiah. Moving'^loturieJ df" othei^ years and other gatherings were shoWp and pictures" were'-takefi afid'^rec­ ords made' to 'commerriofatei'ffie event. & '>ri': • •• > \ WAyifE CRAVfpORPP HOME- i^v.' and Mrs. '^yayrie Crawford are home frPm an-1800-mile trip to southern California which was begun 'oii May i when they left here for Riverside to'visit' Mrs; F. E. Cummihgs, a sister of Mrs. Crawford. They returned by way of BishPp and visited' 'Bili .Whitie, a son of Mrs. Frances White pf Ukiah. Tn spite of the reporteid drouth, they found' mdst of ihe country through which they 'jiassed showing excellent stands of '^rain and feed. ' ' ' ' ' BCyS'A^D GIRLS "WHO helpfed Sonny Taylor celebrate hi5 brfjlj- Jay'in dalpella Mopday,were, J^ront row. left^Q j;i^ht: June .;phn .jRn. 1' 'A:.^JC. -TS.» 'Tl .>ni;<>«W rnhnston iSaxv Hararavefl. Kathleen Broglip. ^ Members cf the:'\y,omfn's.Chris­ tian Teinperanee Unldh held Ihtlr- regular 'hjee,tipg' A(fay; 14, in' "the' social '•obrni^" of ' the' 'Chrisftati! church.. During the business ses-' sloh, it was reported that the union' has attaiiied the goals set.by the: Staie^foi- tee"cuyrdnt year, afld has a good financial "bafancfe" I6ft" in the treasury. ' .• ":'';'•" •. A nominating, cpmmittee wa?' afipelnWa, 'with- fttrs. Eltta~ Engle; as chairman; Mrs. Sai?ah , Ryderi iind'Jtfrk''fiva Brpwh are the^oiheri mem'beys. The . corpmittee will' make'its report atth6 next regular hifeeting. ' ' ' ' Mrg X'eari. Blankenship had. charge Of the program for the] aftemdon, Follpvvrirfg the dedica-j iion of seven babites, Mrs. Lela rtii'dre'th ahd Mrs. • Ethiel; Shiith; san^ a beautiful duet, I'he I^ist MAS Of: the 'Way. Mrs.' Patricia 6plling^r gave the devotional, 'iismg Jhe theme of' Childhopd in keeping-With tne dedicafien'pro-: itaia. ' ileadings' we/e given 'by Mrs. Etta lihgle, Mrs. Esther Mc-. Dpnald and Mrs. Emma Layman. Delicioys refreshments were served by the cpmnijftee . in charge: Mrs. Nellie Read, Mrs. Eva Brpwn and Mrs. Emma Layman. Ada'lea Romer played a piano sp|p during the social hoiir. Mrs. Kinfoph's 94th ^ Birthday Honored Mrs. Mary A. Kmloch who was 94 on Sunday', May 16, had as a surprisei a beautiful birthday cake decorated and lighted with' birth-: day dandles. Th6 cake was baked and presented' by the' Frahk R. Allen family who sang Happy Birth­ day'as the jpi'eseh'tation and'good Wishes were made. ''• ' .On Mother's Day Mrs. Kinloch who lives with l^er son Geoi;ge and daxightej-; Hy^^KatK^ijirife Tayr lor at §96,Dora>treet, was visited hj^ her 'chi^dren'from- all "parts of- the state. Amdng. tHeiA' wfere. Mr. and filrs.tf: I*.:'Goodrich:. dJ dlo- .yerdale,., and Mrs.' .:CrOo!lrich's dad^ter,.'to. Walter Gprfey'of San piego; • Mr. ^lid. JJrS. J*.,, J. Johnson'and Mr. and ijri. J;JH, Diinpan of.Albion, arid ^rS..D. A. Sau'm of Wtoj'sve. ' Roving Arthers Held . Regtfjpc M^§t S^iinday Ukiah*s Roving Archers held their hionthly tournameht Sunday •at thfelt'' range ''6^' th^'"'Va'll6ttfe i-a-ach',- With «l/i^itdrs ^from S'pnta Rosa and Lake county ijresent. High sccJre ribbons were won by''Harvey' ay "pf; ufciah,. tlay Plpkabaugh of KelJey'yiJle;. Robert I Jaiilisop.pf L^epdrt, Audrey Way of 'trifcah'and' 'Lgla idrKbride of ' panta'Rosa - ' ^ ., MX, and ,Mrs,..Harvey .'iVay took part in the Northern' California Field • Archefy 'tiutnamdht 'tft Cfiioo, on,May 9, w!\en Mr. Way took second'as an expert bownlan. aUi»d«T?.v^>«nS,eWjfpI>n!.Jon, tSary riararavef,,|CatJiJeen,BrogUj.. Sjonny^.tayior* Hairiei.Donalxtson. GeraWine Day, J?oilna Mae Buell. 9«el( row/ l^tt to right, Eileen EllioM> Florence Bi»U, Oeraldine Van Zandt, Evelyn TayJoi, Oma Jemeyion, Wayne E, Eliot, Geo^e Don-)(fc| ildibn. iVilfotd BueU. Johnny Johnston; Idalene Jemoysohi-' ' >\f P.T.A. President Reports On Annual Convention, jElection Of Mrs. Luhr By Mrs. Maiy Frohn : . A'^flttihg olima:^• to'the California P.T-A.:convefction' Was a, pageant" {iresenled by the Satramento city schools. More than 500 students participated m the production Sacramento, City of Gold. The professional'touch given to each part showed mp'nths of work diid training by both studentsand production staff*. ' ' ' Theine-p'f the very successful, coh^^ntion; Foundations of Many, Generations, Was carried out and. enlarged upon by a host of outstanding sfieakers. Miss Helen Hef- fernah'of the state department of education was one who enthralled her'audience with stories of 18 rhdhths' in Japan with General MaeArthur's staff. . , New Text Books Under MlfesHMernan's guidance Japanese text books were completely rewritten. She also made' clear that Japanese people look' upon Americans as liberators from A military regime and Under General MacArthui-'s superb leadership are taking to democracy like dutks. to water. "''Other outstanding speakers were Dr. Easton Rothw611' of Stanford University, Dr. Lynn White, Jr., president Mills College, Oakland; Dr. Robert McKibben, executive director,-. All Nations Foundation, Los Angeles; Dr. A. John Bartky of Stanford, and Arthur Corey, executive secretary- California Teachers Association, and Dr. Ralpli ' Eckert,"'fusl' back <from 'Washington conference On family r'elatioHs. Good Entertainment .The entertainment was superb. On Thursday "evening' the' Brent- Wdod'P.'r.A.''chorus from Los 'Au- .^eles county .gave a program ofi folk songs • ' ^ ' Cast, "but by no means least, was the great "Mothersirigers" 'cTiorus composed 6f P.T.A. Alernbers' frond all over the state. These meniberfe practid'e' individually ahd in. groups and finally come together at con- ivention"'under dlr^tion of state •music 'chairMan,', Ntooy Pauline Tui'nfer. This 'Was a, Soul-stli'rlnfe p^rfotmahce of 500 'women liccom- paniect bj*^ two bianos and an or- rf&tv.'At the close'of their jirogram thfe'' entir^ audience rdse io their feet and Joiiited ih singing America, a'nd Continued'standing-foajiplaua >f Or • six ' clirtaih - Calls. ' ' ' • ' «5o6d ^rioipHalily - 'Hotfels,'^clubs"'ana privatfe homes wefe throWft ojien to the conven­ tion and there was istillia. delegation of over 30D sleepmg in Pull- mani cars. At the ftnal.iSeision on Friday morning the registration of 2670 delegates was announced. The result of the electipn and installation of. the elected officers ended this great convention of people With one thought—,the betterment cf existing' conditions and the welfare; of every !:chijd.;in the world. "Ejected officers were: . "President, JVIrs. tr. W. Luhr, Oakland; first vice president, Mrs. Edward T. .•\fralker, Los, Angeles; second vice president, Mrs. Claran E". Palloway, Alhambra; third.vice president, Mrs.. George Reanston, Jr., San Francisco;, fourth vice prfSsidept, Mrs. A.: K. Spencer,. San GEibriel; fifth;.vice president, Mrs. v. D.'BeVil,;Sacramento; 'Sixth -iiice president, Mrs. Daniel i'. Dailey, Westwpod; seventh vice president, Mrs. "Walter B. Peterson, OakWd; . j recording secretary, Mrs. Waldron i -i Hyatt, Cranriell; treasurer, Mts. William' H. Cox, AlaVfleda; historian, Mrs. J. S. Bruce, ;• Lohg Beach^ corresponding '^-secreta^, Mrs. George M. Hearst,. San' Francisco; publicity charfman, Mf^.'M. E.Rothey, .San' Frariclsco. ' }BELEAN LUCCHESI and Jlirthur Matson are honpred wUJi eeores of beaiitiful cfifk at a bridal shower in Redwood Valley Grange balL They will take their vows in 'the Methodist church on May 30. • .'^ >' • • ' —l3on Crawford photo Mrs. Frankle Buck, former society editor of the Redwood Jour- nSi,'visited here froiri Sah Francisco over the weekend. She was a guest of Mr. and MrB.'Herh^rt Thatcher' and visited Mrs 'ibne Neilan with whom' she Jiiade her home while livhi^ in'Ukaih.' •;J .'ili i'i' W;. j|> Fifth §t^.. ' - (Nfeai Market) San Francisco;'<3alif. AB^pi-PTPl-y FJRPPROPF. 950 BOOMS or. COMFORT IN THE HEART OF.S. F. SHOPPING -AND THEATER DISTRICT.' ' Modern Rate^ SINGLE ... from $1.75 up from $2.30 alp DOUBLE 1^ i: MrSi Starke Hostess Fojr ChMCfh Cirplfi Mrs. Winnie Starke,was ess to Circle D of the^W.etl chutch at a meeting-Wediifei^diy. May 12, in her home at Spring and I i Grovte stre^^. • ' ' The organization will Ijave «i charge of the fancy wOrlc .booth K' in the Novembei'" baza a;- at the ai church f6r i^hidh mublvVork and .{.j preparation''will be done ttiis summer ' Roll call of .poems revealed 18 Were "prefeenl. Hostesses were Mrs. Deed Green, and Ml?s. Sajrah. F, Ryder ' ' ' Golden ^fate Hotel BAM FRANCISCO'S Cfioiqe pf Qufsjcfe-lnsKje Rppms -^i WITH BATH I— Single J^.^p up^ ^jiijle '«.?0 MflTHOUTBATU 8— .- Sin9Ie $2.00 — Double $2.50 Um SWtley v-Every taip is a^^liit'.'--i3y Greyboim low fcres, complete cbinfort, tlnequaUed convenience, 4epeii.da.t>iliiy and safely. Yes"; for mighty fine itravel^ng at/mighjby'/qHf (?ost, 'gc).fey,Gj^^yhoufl-i ijifm £|o lower San Francisco §1.?5 .pbrdand .. JS.gS Eureka 2.60 Resnp ........ .4.39 S^craipeij^p .. ?^.65 Lbs AoecJe? 6,70 AODITIONAl SAVINGS ON ROUND J^\f fA'RtS T. W. POULOS MAPLE CAJFE PHONE 8.6:.- UKIAB I RpOMY, AlK-CONOniONfO COVlCHfS 1 '6.ltii:i0(i()iD a c<

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