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PAGE POUR blSPATCH DEMOCRAT^ URIAH. CALIFORNIA A _2t ^ii~*-^~., WOMEN'S. SOCIAL, AND 'CLUB NEWS - FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1948; r 1 ' Shirley Lang 0iM Lloyd C Nowak Lioyd D. Nowak Will Go To The Altar With Miss Shirley Lang Of Oakland Shirley lang or Oakland, who visited here last week at the hninc of Mr. and Mrs. George Lawrence will go to the altar soon with Lloyd Dean Nowak, son of Mrs. Lawrence. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lang who • were also here for the visit, rnnoimced Ihe engagement in Oakland last week, Lloyd is a graduate of Ukiah high school class of '46. He has been- in the service of the U, S. .Navy tor the past tWo years ^rd recently returned from Honolulu whpre he was stationed on the administrative staff of the U. S. Fleet. He received his discharge on April 30 and came to Ukiah for a visit v/here he is spending a short vacation in the Lawrence home on Helen avenue. His. bride-, to-be is an employe of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company in San Francisco. . No immediate plans are marie for th? marrip.ge. The Lawrences entertained the guests Uvst week wilh a picnic dinner at La Trianon. Flag Dedication Is Held By Auxiliary American Legion Auxiliary of Lewis White Post No. 76 dedicated its colors at! the evening of May 19 when a joint meeting was held with the Legion which began with a potluck dinner.' Thirty members were present. ' Tables were beautifully decorated with iris from the gardens of Ethel German who, with Mrs. Esther Withrow was in charge of the dinner party. The joint meeting followed the dinner and District President Jane Isnard led the impressive flag dedication ceremonines. Visitors present for the occasion v/ere Ardis Conley of Sama Rosa, a charter member; Mrs. Mildred Michaelson, Anna Huft and Lee Stoken also of Santa Rosa; Mrs. Helen Taylof, Mary Maloni, Ann McMillan, Elizabeth La Franchi, Mildred Metzler, Madge Harmon and Julia Proctor all of Hopland and Mildred McCarthy of Elwood Indiana. Mrs. Myrtle Eglin gave an interesting talk on the history and background of the American flag. Stanley Lance sang The Battle Hymn Of The Republic, accompanied by Mrs. Eglin. The two organizations held sep- nrate business meetings and Mrs. Elsie Figone asked, at the Auxiliary meeting at which President Lillian De Keno presided, that all members volunteer for Poppy Day Saturday. Mrs, Isnard reported on the two-day meeting in Eureka. Nomination and election will be held at the next Auxiliary meeting! Seven-Thirty qiub Entertains Guests Frank Johnson was master of ceremonies Sunday evening when the Seven-Thirty Club entertained new members and guests at a covered dish dinner in the social hall of the Presbyterian church. Seated at the tables; which were attractively decorated with flower centerpieces, were 45 members } and guests and 12 boys ajid girls. Mrs. Herbert Thatcher, Mrs, Ralph Wright and Mrs. Mildred Oxford were in charge of the dinner party and members of the club assisted in serving. When the tables were cleared. Stanley Lance led community singing and lierbert Thatcher, in charge of the program, introduced Johnson and the entertainers. Mrs. Nelmes Smith gave two humorous readings, Leap Year's Leap and an amusing .Swedish monologue. L. C. Almy presented a harmonica solo. Dr. Richard Van dcr Las, back from Monrovia where he helped celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Presby- teria'n church there, spoke to the group. Others, called on by John-^ son gaye short talks, -i Attractive corsages were prq- sehted to the women, -guests. Among the new members and visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth, Hickenbottom, Mr. and Mrs. Edward McLane, Mi', and •. Mrs. James Nourse, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ray, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John T6th, Mr. and Mi-s. R. Waterhouse, Mrs. Ruby Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. Nelmes Smith, L. C. Almy and Anna Peck. Piano Students In Friday Eve Recital The piano recital by students of Hazel Anderson and Clara Cook last Friday nfght in the social hall, of the Presbyterian church was an 'event of interest in many hohies and to. the large'audience which enjoyed'some excellent music by the young people. . The program opened with the Marine's Hymn, a piano solo by . Kenneth Kirk. Ann Bradshaw.and ,Faye Call played-^a'duet, Racing • Ponies; then Nancy Jahn appeared 'to play My Pet Squirrel, jetty's Waltz; was a trio played by Arlene Seudero,, Patsy Earley and Angelinc Edgar. Patty Weber playerf Pickaninny- Shuffle. The Three Muskfeteers was another trio by John Ross, Donald! Chase and Dick Towne and- was followed by Little Lady, played by Sharon Woodson,, Margaret and Marjorie Frohn presented Bicycle Built For Two, Donna Hammons' played Spring Flowers, and Toy *Band Parade was a duo number by Jerry Hamilton and Everett Evans. . Following Minuet in G, by Flora Call, the Rhythm Orchestra played Spring Is Here. Members, were Jo JAnn Hamilton, Carolyn Rupe, Peggy Doyle, Faye Call, Phyllis Goodwin, Virginia Strickler, Ann , Bradshaw and Linda Wiemeyer.' An accordion solo by Janet Mc- 1 Donald, Stella Mia followed; then' Londonderry Air by Herman Allen]' Bemardlne Clark and Betty Etter appfcared • in a duet. Busy Little Honey Bees, whjph was followed by Marilyn Vides playing Purple Parisies Waltz. Another duet. Country Gardens, was given by Marcene Evans and Beverley Ward. Shirley CaU presented 'a solo, Serenade, which was followed by Polonaise by Diane Bradford. Sunrise Caprice by Phyllis Gillogly, pupil of Clara Cook, was the final student number. Organ solos by Hazel Anderson were Souvenir and Bells at Twilight which concluded tlie program. Mrs. Juanita Bradshaw was chairman' of the committee' which. in-eluded Mrs. Frank -^llen, L6uis# Seudero and' Juanita' iiii'k.. ,Re- freshnients Were seiyed to 75. ' ; TT ', V -•' •; Jqne Wedding, Planned THIS IS BAHBAH^ SAWtES and Jame» McCulloch who •will ex- changa wod^ng vows 6n; Julrie 20, in the Methodist ehuirch. They have'iiniviifla the public *o;a ceremony to b« psrformvd by th^ Rev.Cha'rtes ArLin^ The young couple wiU mak« th*lr home in Vlkiah. - ,,- " Rebekahs Greet Assembly President In Weir Attended Gathering Monday John Viarengo Given Birthday Movie Party John R. Viarengo, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Viarengo of Luce aveftue was' hostess last week to a party of 12, The celebration was a birthday luncheon with a cake for John, who then took his guests to the movies . Those present for the occasion were Allen Richardson, Otis Hurt, R. O, Hurt, Glen DeKeno, Dick Contari, Larry Carpenter, Albert Toland, Lonnie Weger, John Potter, David Denault, David Wright and Lee, Robert Stambaughs Go East On Vacotion Trip Mr, and Mrs, Robei f Stambaugh and their son Albert left Friday, May 21 for Harrisburgh, Pennsylvania, on a three-weeks vacation trip where they will visit with Mr. Stambaugh's relatives. They left their two sons, Robert and Billy in charge of their ranch near Robinson Creek while they are absent. McNAB DAM APPROVAL A certificate of approval on the McNab dam in Mendocino county, recently completed, has been issued by the state division of water resources. The dam is an earthflll structui-e, 40 feet high, storing 96 aci'e feet of water, and is owned by John L. McNab. Jobs Daughters To Seat New Officers Monday was parents' night when Jobs' Daughters bethel No, 106 entertained their fathers and mother,'; at a potluck supper in the dining room of the Masonic hall. Si .Kty -flve were seated at flower- decked tables. Princesses held a contest and Best representatives of parents went to Jacqueie Douglass' team, leaving Carol Cohen's team to take to the soapsuds. But being school night, loving mothers took over their duties. Retiring Honored Queen Patricia Brown was chairman of the dinner committee, assisted by Patty Roberts, Jo Anne Hamilton and Mr,, and Mrs, E. H. Barker. Five new bethel officers of Fort Bragg visited the Ukiah bethel and announced plans for their new bethel institution to be "made some time in June. Mrs. Nancy Todd heads the new bethel as guardian. Officers were elected at a business meeting following the dinner, and will be installed.at a joint installation with new officers of De Molay on June 5. Jacqueie Douglass will be honored queen'; Ncilcyne Smith is to have the office of senior princess; Francine Douglass, junior princess; Ruth Smith, guide; Marjorie Neese, marshal; Jane Goudge, chaplain; Catherine Larson, treasurer; Betty Boulware, musician. Garna Lc\i Jordan will be senior custodian; Joan Crawford, junior custodian; Lois Barker, recorder; JoAnne Hamilton, librarian; Betty, Swindell, first messenger; Alice Goudge, second; Phyllis Crawford, third; Patty Roberts, fourth; Joyce- Enzler, fifth; Alyce Towne, inner guard; Nora Lee Hunt, outer guard. Choir members are Jfanice Busch, Beverly Ward, Sherice Daugherty, Marilyn Hair and Evelyn Abel. Grange Members Will Have Potluck Supper Ukiah Grange No. 419 will hold a potluck supper in the Grange hall before its regular business meeting on Friday, May 28. The dinner will begin at 7 p.m. with Mrs, C. Ripley in charge of arrangements. Memorial services will be held at the lecture hour under the direction of Mrs. Don Eddy, lecturer. The business meeting will be conducted by Grange Master Erwin Koch. Mrs. Harpier Feted With Stork Shower Mrs. Amanda Harper ' was the honoree at a stork shbwer Thurs^ day afternoon in the;,social rooms of the Christian church where Mrsj Patricia Bollinger, vice president bf the Laciies' Aid, presided over the regular business'sesaion of the group. ; Plans were made for an apron sale to be held at .the June meet-^ Ing with the. proceeds to be put into a fund being established to purchase new floor covering for the sanctuary. Mrs. Betty SchoU had ciiarge of the program,, which began with a very fine devotional given by Mrs; Evelyn Banta, She displayed several quilts d,uring her message, and other members of the group also brought some for display. FoU lowin.?'the devotional talk, Mrs. Scholl spoke of important happen: Ings in histpry which had taken place in' the month of May., Mrs, Patricia Bollinger played a piano solo. Nearer, My God, To Thefe. Mrs. Ina Bifanspn sang two lovely solos—Sing Me To Sleep and Finlandia and following this', the gifts were presented to MrS; Harper. Delipiouis-refreshments were served by the committee,' composed of Mrs. Bertha York and Mrs. Verna McDonald. The rooms were beautifully decorated by Mrs. Esther Withrow. Annual Celebration Is Held For 2 Birthdays Mrs. George T. An(jlerson and Mrs. Louise A. Bernhard, who for years have celebrated their mutual birthday, May 22, observed the occasion on Sunday with a dinner party at Duncan Springs. Mrs, C. A. fBonnie BelP -ft'il- liapis baked the beautiful birthday cake featured on the dinner table and Mrs. Bernhard, who was hostess, took sweet peas from her garden for decorations. Each birthday celebrant received- at- tracti've and useful gifts and each wore a gardenia corsage. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. An- ders'ph,' Mr,'and Mrs. Williams, Mr and Mrs. Mark Eglin, Mrs. Bonnie Thornton of Potter Valley, and James Williams. • Elsie Schmedlin Marries Arthur Jaycox Today Elsie Schmedlin* and Arthur Jaycox who were married in San Francisco today, left on a short honeymoon' to a destination not disclosed, and will later make their home in Los Angeles Miss Schmedlin who has lived in Ukiah for the past four years, said before her departure this morning she leaves this lovely region with great reluctance and asked that her good wishes be conveyed to the many friends sbe is leaving behind With the greatest ,fittendance of any meeting in several years, Cornelia Rebekah Lodge No., 205 gneeted its assembly president, Mrs. Alice M. Schult ?of Santa Rosa Monday night on her official •viMt'to Ukiah. ' •:•')It was a fitting tim^"for • th^ Ukiah lodge to receive first Ri-i:;e out of some 300 lodges in the state, for publicity for the past year.. The state publicity aWard was presented by Mrs. Delia Haworth, Queen of the Lake Rebekah Iddge of Upper Lake, asembl^.puiblicity chairman for,district Np. -2. . A dinner in the; Maple Cafe ban-' quet room preceded the meeting. Tables seating 80 were decorated with' sweet peas. Deco(;ati.ohs in the I.O.O.F. lodge'hall were tall baskets of flowering snowball arid, long stemmed ros.es. In ihe dining room .where horiiemqcle ca|kes and coffee were served iater ,in the evening, tables were'gretty with, iris and'.svveet peag. j, V . i PommiUee^M's'mbers Cpmmitte nie'mbers.'Wgiie Mesdames yerhori Yates,' _Elnier Adam's, 'Be'rtha-'S.mith, H. P. Dohring and Dan Cohen''ttesdames Vern Bickfbrd,' Cecil .McCoy,. 'Frarik Sapplngfield'an<l Joe Brush aided in'preparations.* -. '^ •••; . • • . ' H^rp for.. the special- meatiftg were other high officials of•i'*he lodge, including Mrs." Schultz's grand marshal, Mrs; 'Winifred Bertsch, San Francis9o; Mrs. Al- lepa Mathison of'Redwood Rebek- ati lodge, district daputy grand president of No. 68 of Anderson, Valley and • her husband, H. F. Mathison, district deputy grand master of I.O.O.F. of this district. Also Mrs. Ora' Harrington ''of Healdsburg, deputy district prfesf- dent of No. 8; Mrs. Faye Paysse, .of San Rafael, Mrs. Emily Poulin, Santa Rosa. A mejtiorial service was put on by Mesdames Grover C, Neep, L. H. Foster, Vern Yates, George Caldwell with Mrs. Marvin Homer at the piano and singing the incidental sol6. Presentation of the lodge' gift to Mrs. Schultz was made by Mrs. L. H. Foster. Lodge Conunended In a talk interrupted by frequent clapping. President Schultz warmly commended Cornelia lodge on winning the state publicity award. She said it was an indication of the fine cooperation, of Ukiah newspapers that would bring the award to as small a com- rnunity as Ukiah in cornpetitioh with 300 other lodges in Califorr nia, many of them in such largp cities as San. Francisco and tap Angeles, • . There was,a round of applause when Mrs. Schultz announced the I.O.O'.F. occupational ^therapy project for YountviJle had been completed at the assembly.. Mh. Schultz urged the lodges to attend to.their, own improvements as her project and to live up to her motto for the year ahead, Thing a Little Kindly. Representatives of all the lodges present were hejrd, Mrs. Nat Beckley speaking for Cornelia lodge.' Mrs. Attn Marie Gowan, no^le grand of Redwood Rebekah lodge No. 390 of Anderson Valley, headed the processional when her lodge came in as a body. Mrs. Presley McPeak and Mrs. Glennie Watson, vice grand, spoke for Lagunita of WiUits; ixing VaHey was represented by. the noble grand, Mrs. Elfen Nehs. Mrs. Ethel Dunham of Cloverdale, formerly of Ukiah, spoke for her delegation. Present from Forestville was Mrs. Marjorie Templenian, sister of Mrs.,fiickford, Cornelia's noble grand. New Emblem Club Under Discussion A number of mterestmg early summer social events planried by Elks, club were announced this, week as plans, went forward for' organization of a ladies' Embleih club; to be associated with the Elks. Mrs. 'Vernon Yates was chosen last; week as j>resident of the new ladies' club but the\ decision has not yet been made io-.-make it ah Emblem-club' v/jth'national' afliU- T6 determine this, arid to c(jm • plete the organization, Exalted Ruter Ed Jennin'gs./has called "an important meeting' for- 'BViday night. May 28, in 1 Elks club Hall and asked, that all»Elks' wives, mothers and .sisterst be preserit to express their wishes. Mrs. Josei>h Hinniain of Upper Lake, will''be there to tell ofher iriembership-in a southern California Unit of the Emblem club. ; ' .*; '" • ' .. On. June 12 a, dinner, .and ball wilt celebrate the first birthday'-pf the local Elks organization. Fqr '7 nials ,, will' be • oiJtional. CW' June 1? ;th'e Elks will sponsor a; Flag bajf ^ celebration with cerenibnifes iti the city park. Jennings siiggeMs that • all Elks', ladies have their rnen obtain' iden |ific^ti6nC'! cards •which entitle them "to privileges of the clubrooms and-facilities.at stated, times. More infoirnatiori about the new orga'nizatjon for ladies may be obtained from' Jennings or.Mrs. Yates. . Outgwng Qff icials ^ Honored At Party Qutgoing officers and'past chah- men of the Saturday Afterndci club were entertained at a charn - ing, dessert bridge party in the i;nunlcipal clubhouse on the evi - ning of May 19,- \<fhere Mrs. Kenneth F, Farnswovth, , outgoir i president, was hostess, Varied flowers - ttrere used ft I: decorations and dessert was served on Card tables'with old-fashione i bouquets in the center of eacl . Four tables pf bridge' were ai • ranged .and pedro was played j t one-table. Bridge winners were Mrs, G. Vi. Stout.'Mrs. W. D. L. Held. Mrs. Ralph Hogan, and Mrs. J. D. Bran- 50m-.',' • • :. GUests were Mrs. Ernest Balyeat (incoming presidentf pairt Vice j)resident; Mrs.-.W: D .L. Held, tjarliamentarlan and trustee; Mrs. Russell Dickson; treasurer: Mrs. Alfred M. McKlnney, auditor; Mrs. Horace Fahrney and Mrs. D. N. Munson, officers at large; Mrs. Ray Walch, garden chairman. . Mrs. Hugh Haskell, house committee chairman; Mrs. Olive C. Busch .and Miss Jeanette Garzmi, publicity chairmen; Mrs. R. R. Byrnes, Mrs. Minnie Jamison (trustee); Mrs. Edward Barker, membership chairmen. .. .Mrs. Luther Jprflan, recerding secretary; Betty Farnswarth, corresponding secretary; Mrs, Ralph<_ Hogaij', qivic chairman; Mrs. Stout,. t'ruMe4; Miss Florence bweris, j lin-' jpr vice president; Mrs. Nelmes Smith, 'finance chairrtian; Mrs. Jack .T.' Goudge, acting for Mfs. Tonnl Pi^nldin,' "drama; Mrs. -Bran­ son','irtusic" George W. Davises Set 'News Of Srahdson > Mr. and Mrs. George W, Davis of 532 North School street are happy grandparents this week, following receipt of the'news that a grahdsori, Lawrence Uewelyn; 'was born May 20, at 7'a.m. to their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert I/. Jones •in an Oakland hospital. The baby's rnother was the f,ot- mer Betty bavis of Ukia'h. She went to local schopls and became a fashipn copywriter and most recently, has been with (Tapwell's store in Oakland.. Mrs. Da'vis' son-in-law will come, to Ukiah .Tuesday' to take her to Oakland to ?pend two weeks with the family when her daughter brings the baby home frofn the hpspital. . ' Larsons To Celebrate 14th Wedding Date , Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Larson of SI4 'West Henry street, will.cele­ brate'their 14th wedding. anniversary with a four-day visit in S^ Francisco over .the .weekend! They, were married in San Francisco May 25, 1934- and have lived in Ukiah three and a half years. Leaving Friday,- they will be opening night guests at Annie Get Your Gun. They 'will be house guests of Mrs. Larson's mother, Mrs. John Mooney and will visit other relatives in the c;ty. Their children, Peggy, Jimmy and Sally will accompany them on the trip. - HOUSE GUESTS HEBE Mrs. Jack Workman of River Bar Lodge, vice-president of the Redwood Empire Association, was a house guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Larson, 514 West Henry street May 20-22 - during the REA meeting here. She came by plane with Superior Judge Finley of Del Norte county and returned _with him Saturt^ay morning. ATTEND CHRISTENIKG Mr. and Mrs. Alex Tregoiping and son Stuart of 585 South JD.ora street visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Overington in Lakeport Sunday evening and attended the christening of their daughter, Margaret Ellen. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. R. G. Witt in the Episcopal church. Rev. Witt of Trinity Episcopal church in Ukiah conducts regulai* Sunday evening services at the church in Lakeport. CADETS GET PROMOTIONS Promotion of Cadet First Lieut. Lloyd J. Books of the Ukiah Union High S-rho6l unit of the California Cadet Corps to rank of cadet captain was announced Jast week by cadet corps headquarters in Sacramento. Also promoted was Cadet Master Sergeant James R. Hamilton, to rank' of cadet first lieutenant, Club Installation A BeaiitifulCeremony 'Tabies'-fcSr the instailation luncheon- of the Saturday • Afternoon tilub' iiv^ the -House of aarner Saturday, -w'ere; beautifully decorated aridoppointed and the. installation Itself, dpn^w.itb, flowers was mem- 'bjVbly •'lovely. •• -.5. - ~--'^ '• Miss 'Florence; ©wens • was. the .jniitainng^ 6tticer -'vi/ho' gave ;the',iri- cumitig officials bouquets to indi- 'cat4 ;;'th'eir ^fifHc8'; 'Erurihg thfe Hies thfey''' were • ^pVac^d' on • the • table anilVa's the ceremony, ended: Miss Oweris' gathered th^m'into, on? large' bouoiuet and presented them fo Kirs. Ernest Balyeittjihcoming presidferlt-af'a S.'yfnhbl' ot the unity 6thef,siaky\ I • , • ; V; ' Each otitifoihg arid;incoming of-' ficer wore an .W-*! .corsage. Roses, iris 'arid "paiisies'WJere- used In ihe table arrangements. ' 'The program featured songs by Mrs. R;'B:"Byrhe^ acebmpahied by IVfrs. Arthur, Schilder. Mrs. IJIU- ise 'A. Berjnhard, ^ejjorting pn-'+.he cemetery' cleanup campaign, ex- pres^et' great appreciation for ':he Cooperation given' by clubs and individuals. • Miss Owens was; program chairman and tors; A.'A. Smith chair- ih'au -'of the hostess, committee, Mrs. Ft'Siftfc Cfdrie was elected to rherii; beirship, >''' - i ;. ,-' Other' infeortiing officers', foi: tHe clubi which will. recess' for the summer,''are. Mrs. K.- F. ,Farhs- wo;rth,' pasit .'president; ' Mrs. Nelmes Shiith, vice-president; Mrs. Luther Jordan, secretary;-Mrs. H. L.. 'Fahrhey," c'orl'esponding secretary; Mrs.T. Ji Goudgel treasurer.; Mrs. W. T).' t:-Held, parliament.{ir- ian; Mrs. Athpl Horr, auditor. Boafd bf Goundl,- Mrs. Arthur Bradley,-Mrs. Pierce Stipp, Mrs. Rarph Hbgan; 'trustees, Mrs. Held, Mrs. Lw'ena B. Stout, Mrs. J.-A. Jamison. • ' Incjuihbehts Win lit School Voting •Nothifig happened-at the elec- tiph- pri 'FHday of last- week' to ehahgefhe.persbnneloi; either the high schopl' oi: grammar school board of trustees,'-/ In the Ukiah'•voting Clyde Eddie of Potter Valley received 18^ votes, S.'E. Mitchell of Ukiah 187, Teri:y Sandelin 49, Gordon Foote 47; . • Jn the Potter 'Vailey voting Eddie was. given 216 and Mitchell 180, wjth 234 votes cast. Figures ot) Sandelin and Foote were hot ayailable, and there are votes to be'reported from two other poll­ ing'places. There was no competition for places' on .the grammar school board arid M. E. Boesel arid George W. Hoyey received .210 and 221 votes respectivel.v, WEEKEND ON COAST Mr. and Mrs. George Davis of •Ukiah spent the weekend at their coast' cottage near Mendocino, They had, as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Loren York and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Yarbroiigh. The men in the party enjoyed abalone fishing on Simday. CHAS. KASCH Attorney and Counselor at hair : Odd Fellows Building North.Stat«St. . Ukiah. Calif. 'sk4^.. MYRTLE SALISBURY an,d BEHTHA,'WATSON weris bsllss 01 ttia second Mendocino county fair in 11923.; \, „i •' ': '—. —' ^ -i Chib Leader Recalls County Fair and Indiad Pow Woiv of SeiJf:em(terM92^—25 YekrsAgid^ Back;ln. 102.3 the San.FranciS96 j Chronicle cared"— and on.page 1 too—^when Ukiah put. ori its.'ah-, nual Yokayo Pow-Wow and county fair. Souvenirs kept,by Mrs, Loren 'York, member of 'the pioneer York and Watson families: in this county, include a clipping which tells abpiit the fair" and shows Mrs. York—who J Was then Bertha Watson—photographed wearing an Indian headdress for the, parade at which. Governor feichardson opened the ceremonies. .The Examiner too gave'Mendo­ cino county's, second annual fair a nice write up that year. It included another picture of Bertha Watson perched proudly on Peerless a pleasant looking jersey cow who •w'as one of thefair exhibits. Standing beside her, with.a .smile to match her own, was Myrtle.Salis­ bury. ! ; V '"'' • Mrs..York, who'was born in Anderson Valley and has been a resident of trkiah since she "was thi'ee years old, takes, office tdd&y as presicferit of the Kosmosclub. She is the- daughter • o'f the. late, James R Watsons and,well knowri in. Ukiah where, she has worked in .several' downtown stores. ,' ':; , ;,Her hiisband is a rancher and the^ have .two sons, James L., So, is in the naval reserve arid ,w;ili. leave soon on a reserve training-.cruise to .Giiam Island £^nd Robert 'Lee, who graduates -thi? •year-'from high scliool. ...f ••• -'.J:'' (HS. LOREN YORK Was Berlha • 'V^aJsoa; v,rheri she' jfsSad for this; picture in Jhs fell of '23 duriiig the fair. / (^hcert Arraiiged Qii Wedness^ay JEve •Music lovers will' be iritereSted to hear that the annual spring concert of the Santa Rosa Junior oril- loge -music :department has been scheduled for :.Wednesday, May 20, at 8 o'clock.; The place is the Luther' Bur bank. Memorial theater oh. the junior college c6mpus. There is no admission charge. ' A variety. of instrumental and choral selections will be given by three musical organizations con- •nected with the college. "Two in- strurrierital groups, the Santa Rosa Junior college symphonic '. band and the Santa;;Rosa Junior college 'Concert band, both directed By Chester Beck, will participate. The junior ' college symphonic band, 'with a personnel of young people frorii almost every community in Sonoma county, will play Gustave Hoist's First- Suite in E! Flat. The concert band wiir play Aram Khatchaturian's Gayne B a 11 e t Suite, which they performed at the recent secondary instrumental festival.' - ' Between the band offerings an interlude of vocal music by the junior college chorus, directed by Harry Meyh, will be highlighted with the singing of a short secular cantata. Serenade to Music, which is a musical setting • by Ralph, Vaughan Williams, contemporary English composer, of lines taken from the last act of Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice. Solos will be sung by chorus members, and the cantata will be ac- conipanied. by a smell orchestra f college miisicians, - The chorus wiir also sing a- capella three numbers sung by them at th^ secondary music festival in Sewbstopol recently. COAST GIRL GRADUATES • Pamela Stoddard, daughter of Roy Stoddard, Mendocino, is a carididate for an Associate in Arts degree at commencement cere- mbtiies today at Stephens College. Columbia, Missouri. Baccalaureate services for the gi-aduates will takeplace Sunday morning ending the five day graduation program. GARDEN CLUB INVITES PUBL;C TO MEETING The public is invited by Ukiah Garden Club to hear their speaker,? John Drueckor of Fort Bragg intho municipal clubhouse Thuri- •ddy- night, .May 27 ;at 8 p.m. Druecker is an expert on the cul-^ ture of rhododpndrons, azaie^j? and dwarf trees and will speak Of these. • ^ -'• •- : -.y' Cjoast Visitors Dine Irj W. H. Higgins Home r. .'and - Mrs; Walter Higgii^ re hosts at. a family .dinn|i:^ •ty Sunday when .Mrs. Higgii^j' mother, Mrs. Rachael Burwas^J' Mrs; Ann' Tregofiing arid her sc|i' Piul came IrOrti Caspar, and Mr$. aiaym'e Byrnes '^rid' Mrs. Pers|s Bitrwash Were here ' froni Foipt, Bragg. jother guests v/ere Mrs. AleJr Tregoning and her son- Sttiart of ukiah. -The visitors; from .but of town attended Presbyterian ohurqh services in a group Sunday morning. 55 Fifth St, (Near Market) San Francisco, Calif. ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF, 350 ROOMS OF COMFORT IN THE HEART OF S. F. SHOPPING AND THEATER DISTRICT. Modern Rates SINGLE DOUBLE from $1.75 up from $2.20 up POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT Elect .. . HUBERT B. SCUDDER Your First District CONGRESSMAN AN EXPERIENCED IJEGISLATOR^ie years in the State Legislature, elected at the Primary in seven of eight elections by the combined vote of Republican and Democratic supporters. . TliU Mlvertiiement »poiuored br local tuppoiictc ol Scuddet tot Consrett

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