Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on June 4, 1948 · Page 4
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Ukiah, California
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Friday, June 4, 1948
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-* WSPATCIi BEMOiCRAt; tfKIAflrCALIFORNIA PRIDAYy JtJNE 4, 1948 Bride-Elect JU«E HOBESON, daughter of WilUam Robeson, who will bo "married in Eureka June S to Bill BanfiU of Fort Bragg. WOMEN'S SOCIAL AND NEWS Plans Completed For Installations Great plans .are afoot for the jaintt • installation in Matenic • temple of new officers in the De- Molhy and Job's Daughters on Saturday night. -Rudy Langlois will take bftice as master counsellor of fieMolay and Jaccjiieie Douglass-becomes the honored queen of Job 's Daughters. Sponsoring the ceremonies are Mrs,;.Pearl Barlcer, guardian, and DeMolay dads, Torrence Swindell dnd,James Lindsey. Entertainment is being prepared and the ever iiing'^ formalities will end with dancing. Installing officers, for Job's Daiightei's are Patty Brown, installing officer;-Jane Ford, installing .'.guide; Patsy Page, marshal; Irene CJeland, chaplain and Nancy Fortl. recorder. For DeMolay, George Wildberger, past master cdu|[)^ellor is installing officer and Jirh Davis will be installing mar- ^hali. Ushers are Lawrence Heise atid JJorman Stevehs. ,,The bethel choir which \vjli taWerpavt in the rites includes Shci-ice Dauglierty, Marilyn Hair, flanioe Buseh,, Beverley Ward, Evelyn Abel and Janet Metzler. Betty Farnsworth will talce office, as guardian of Job's Daughters." She -Will replace Mrs. Barker. Dayid Lockwbbds Will Move Here From Ohio MrSf. Luthev Bean in Santa Rosa { Friday,,,nfiet Mrs. Nate Jones of Petaliima for a day of shopping andiyisiting. Mrs. Jones has been a frequent visitor here. . Oil Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Avid Staft; enroute .to. their home iii .Sarvtti Rpsa fvom a trip to Fort Bragg, stopped over at the Bean horfie at 432 North Dora street and v/e'rfe dinner guests. Mr. qnd, Mrs. Bean,are expcct- g;their daughter and son-in-law, r.'dVid'Atf 'S. David Loclcwood and sons Slcippy and Donnie from Oak Harbor,.Ohio, about June 12, who will make their home here in one of the Bean's apartments on Claire aveij^ue. Mrs7Bickford Will Lead Church Circle ' '-ftirsi Vdrh BiokfoFd was installed 'as president of the Velva Brown • circle ^ of the Baptist chOrch ii> a ibvely ' candle light ceremony on Tuesday night. Mrs. JolTn Rumer conducted the instal- Idtioti at which others taking offices were: Mrs. Barbara Wright, vlc?-president; Mrs. Pete Richardson, secretary; Mrs.,Dick Mazzoni, treasurer; Mrs. Harold Grass and Mrs Jess Hair, Wliite Cross chairmen; Mrs. Bertha Smith, reading chah-man; Mrs. ,C. A. Hahn, child welfare chairman; Mrs. Rumer, mlssiorjary. education chairman; Mrs, Jack Hatton, Christian friendliness chairman and. Mrs. ,Te.d Hamilton, student pounQillor. Mrs. Rose, Gibson, outgoing president received the past presi- deijt's pin from the club. A letter fiqm Lois J. Conney of Chicago, expressed appreciation for a, gift Uqm .the circle,tor her grnduntion from the Baptist Missionary,Training school. She expects to spend the surnrher with her mother in ^ort" Bragg and wiTi' speake at a siiinmer meeting of the circle. Sirs. Bickford will represent ffie dlub at tlie wumeh's house parly of the Baptist summer conference in the SantaCruz mountains. The family which" out in Laytonville recently, and for whom neighbors built a new hoiTie, was sent a box of cloUilng. Visitors welcomed ii> the meeting were Mrs. L. B. Adams and Mr.>?. Elmer Adams. :,,Refreshments were strawberry slwrtcake. and coffee served by Mrs. Gras.^-, Mrs. Howard Leatherman,and Mrs. Amy Dcver. Two Complmiented At Stork Shower Mothers' Cli^b meeting on Tues» day night was the occasion for a stork shower .complimenting Mrs. Douglas Tugvvell and Mrs. Sterling Norgard. Mrs. Ted Hinds was hostess to the club this month at her home on North. Highway beyond Calpella. She was assisted m entertaining, by Mesdames Milton McDondld, Harry Day, and Herschel Ford. Mrs. Everett Swigert, president, conducted iiie business meeting, at which a discussion'was had on a club picnic August 4. Mrs. John Woodworth, Jr., presented a* humorous readlnp, Father Was A Sitter. The lesson subject was taken from the Readers Digest — Shall Our Public Schools Give Sex Instruction Mrs. Nolan Hunt conducted the .study session and discussion revealed members agree that a knowledge of life taught to children at an early age contnb'- utes to a healthy attitude in later years. > • •: The shower honorees - received gifts from the club and bingo was played Jollo'tving the business and lesson period. Prizes were drawn from an attractively by Mesdames Ted Hinds, Jack Simpson, Frank Crane, H^rschel Ford, Virgil Green, Arthur Miller, Glenn Miller and little Miss Diane Oden. . Guests of the club were Mesdames Artluir and Glenn Miller, Donald Zylstra, Jack IViacNab, Virgil Green and Diane. TO HEAR GONOEHT . - Lorna and Gene Kirk attended the concert in:Santa Rosa Wednesday night where they heard their older -sister, Joanne play in the Santa Rosa Junior coUc-ge | band, liorna >and Gene, members of,-the high school bandt here,, are ..the daughter and son of IVtr. and Mrs. Roy .Kirk 6f 140 Evans street; The concert included junior college and high school bands and choral groups from both. Silver Anniversary Is Obiserved Here '.To "celeTjrate their, isilver; ,v^ed- dlng anniversary Mr. and Mrs. George Learn bf 807 Maple, avenue were given a surprise party on March 31 by their son. Warren Learn and daughter. and son-iri- law, Mr. and Mrs: .Alfred Caton, all. of .Ukaih. Thirty-six friends and relatives were present< including W6yne, the, small son of the GatonSi •.< •, . •Mr. and MrS; Learn were mar- rit^ m Glen wood Springs, Colorado; June 2, 1923, but the party was ^iven early so that many telatives could come from Santa Rosaj Oaktialfti Merced- Mariposa and the Ukiah area. The Lieams came to Ukiah II years ago .and he is employ fed by the NorthvJ'est- ei'n i'afeific Raili^oad Company. Many beautiful and us'eful gifts were brought tO the couple. A delicious dinner was brought ready to, serve, including a beautifully decorated anniversary cake and home-made loe,cream Beautiful liairttoW Rites Afe Feature Of Kosmos Club Installation Thursday Kosmos Club closed its : year With a beautiful rainbow installation ceremony and luncheon: on Thursday in Duncan Springs're­ sort near Hoplahd where lyirs. Olive C Busch was in?t,alling officer. There were 48 seate(i at the tables decorated with flowers taken by members from their gardens. Mrs. Loien'York was installed as president to succeed Mrs.. J.N- .Stipp and a featurt of the unusually pleasant occasion was a delightful talk,by Mrs. Stipp on her work during the past year. Another good speaker was Mrs. L. H, Foster, the onjy charter member of thp club present. Mrs. York, taking the chair, presented Mrs. Stipp with a gift on behalf of the club. A number ol guests wore introduced. Mrs. Joe feUedge who is ahditor for the coining year, read several letters to the club,.andreve?led^plans .for the" sumiTier '|[arden' sVctidh to meet in inembers home. , t - ' The luncheon wagMmade' more festive, With musical nun\bers by Robert Yqijtj-who saijg.Gianmna Mia and - Mrs. Mark York whose selection, was fiy the. Watersof Minnetonka. Mrs. John, Penner and • Mrs. Adolph Johnson were greeted as new meiribers. Gtners mstalled for the coming year were Mrs. Robert Dawson, first vjce -president;-Mrs: George £>ayis, second vice-president; Mrs. Cecil Mcdoy, secretary;_ Mrs. John Fmne, treasurer arid Mrs, Werner Holzhauser, parliamentarian; The club is affiliated if/Mi the State Federation of Womeni clubs. Catholic Women Of Two Counties Hold Luncheon Meeting At Adams Springs VISITORS FROM BERKELEY • Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mi-s. Irvin A. JBoesel of 2lO Thornpson street were Mr. and Mrs. Ijester Patchcn -of Berkeley. Mrs. Patchcn is Airs. Boesel's sister. They went lisiiing in the Eel river country while they were here and came, home with the limit. Mostf of the parishes in Lake and Mendocino counties were represented at the bi -cQunty council and luncheon of National Council of Catholic Women held on May 24 at Adams Springs. The meeting was well planned and well carried out. New oflicers, including tw<? from Ukiah, were nominated and elected at a short business , session which preceded the iuhcheon, Mrs. Millie. Ford of Lakpppirt was chosen president; Mrs. j'eter Frati, Ukiah, vice president; Mrs. George Ross, Lakeport, secretary and Mrs! August E. Garaveiit'a of Ulciah iT'almage),'treasurer. . . . Mr^. Henry Stauei", retiririg president,, was accorded a rising vote of thanks for her efforts on behalf of the council. Sincere thanks were extended att he same lime to other retiring officers. The next meeting; in the fall will be held in Willits, which hopes to be able to accommodate the con,- ven.lion. .IJE. facilities are r )pt. available, Ukiah will act as host. , Each Pfirish .Reports ..Repprts.,on,the activities of gach parish were given, and each unit reported success with projects undertaken. • , A delicious luncheon'JvaS served^ after which Fa'tjier tieopqld of Ell> spoke' on the Cofraternity of Chris, tian Doctj-ine- Mrs. Fredericks, N.d.Cf.W. representative, gave a brief ropoi-t of the highlight^ of the meeting in San Francisco recently. Mohiiignor WilliA/ri SiiUlvari of Sun FrnnciscQ praised thf work of the bi-county council and urged continued zeal. Ft>ther Adrian Sharlkey of St. Mary's Catholic ehurcli, Ukiah thanked the retiring officers-for their many years of service. The following delegates from Uliiah were present; Miesdames Frank Wegner, August E. Garavenfa, J. C. Johnsqn, Louis Johnson, John Isnard, C. M. ftussel, Howfai-d Ciieeve'r, Peter Frati, A. J. Mc- Dessert Bridge Party In BrarisofvHdh^d Mrs. Frank Branson and Mrs. Harley Branson were joint hosi- asses for a dessert bridge party on Thursday night in the latter'^ home at 516 South Oak street. Roaes and other blossoms ,were used in decorating the hying. .yooiTV .and tables where dainty. i;e!fr.eshmeiits preceded ; the, progressive bridge garne.. ., . ; Mrs. Arthur Bradley and.- Mr^. Vern Davis were high score winners and Mrs. Kenneth F. Farns- \yorth wa4 awarded the galloping goose...Ofhers/who. made up the three tabjes of players were:.. ,,,JVIesdames,J, ©..Branson, Jpn),es Lindsey, George Portlock, Pierce Stipp, L. Lindberg,.George Hoveyj Dick Mazzoni and the hostesses. SATUBP^|!iiAF^.BRIitOO*t,Cl.,VB'S new oHicjw, ip>MUd Ma? 22 in the House of garner are. teading left to tight: Mesdames Ralph Hogan, Piercs Stipp. Athol Horr, W. D. L. Hald.Jlorace Pahrney, T.. J. Goudge; Lou Jordaib ;H«imes! Smith. Kenneth ,F. FainKworth and Emesi Balyeat (president). Marh^ Dahlberg, Glen 0. Maxwell To Be Maii-ried Here In Saturday Rites Newlyw^ds Living ^ in San Ff^rtdsco ' JWi-.-a ^a Bf?s. tixreli Martin, are iiow^af home ifi San Francisco fdl- lowiii^ tfitelr n^artiage ;H^ay lii' iq Reno, Nevada, fetth thfe'groohi and his biid'e, the.fbrmfer .Bett*; Blythe Hicks, Were ifo'rn in Uklafi and graduated from IpCEd, ^ratp^ar and high schools. . , Mr. Martin : js;ihe son-. or -^iWr. and' Mrs. A. Hv. Martin who ieft Ukiah about eigUtjyears/ago and are now living m. San Francisco. Mrs .j Martin was- active in the Trinity.Episcopal: church here., : Mrs. Mactin ;;is;.'th*.^.doughter: oif Mrs. : George-Teetile. now of 'Spn Francisco; Her. stepfather was. a real estate operator-in.^Ukiah' be-, fori they mov^ ^o,Frepno-about' sw yeai-s a^o. ,, . , „, mtitim At Fmy r "The weekend Of.*tJnhe l^.'will-be a triple celeSrafioii 16^ Jacqueie ibouglas^, dauglhtfer o^ Mi-.^and Mrs. Jaclc D'^ouglass" ISTdrth Maiaslreet. Ifer I8lh birlKd^J'.vW^ be obs^v <'ed .wiifi a dancing P^rty in.'tKe Canion room of, the i'alatf^ hotel on June\4. . , :.. ' > Guests > to whom .60 -invitations weresentthis.week. Include memJ bers ofthe Class.of' 46 wliii whom she graduates from high school on! June 11. T^e: occasion also cele-^ brates her coming, ins'fallalion as honored queen of Jobs'. .Daughter^ at joint rites with. the DeMoIajj order. . ,,.. , , .' , Assisting her mother, as hostess at the partj' will be her cousinsi Mrs. William Clfiland of Ukiah and Mrs., John Pibernig of San Francisco; her aunt, Mrs. Jack Pibernig of Sail Francisco and her younger sister, Francme. The party will be informal and Oliver Pacini with his accordioti Will provide the music for dancing. Andersons And Guests Medr ©teat Organist ]\Ir. and Mrs. Paul E. Anderson of 862 -West Clay street have had as their houseguests f^r the.pait weefc, Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Irwin • and th^ir prariddaughteV, Jeaniiie Ir\^ifi.6f Portland,' Ore. ; ah Friday the An.derSQns' took their gUfests tb San Fxari6iSc(i suSd returned that feveniri^ fo .Stota JKosa ^here they mist. fc. and Mrs- Jack \Vboaspn,ahd ithelr dfiu^hfei' ShEiron^fif RedViro-od Viitey Slid .all attended tte_ organ .^concert giVen by I^icftard AV. feils^ser. His rbpUr tption as one oif the >ji[6Hd's great b^ganfet^ . fs rioif' .ovelratfed,. ivfi-js. Anderson said. Bluebirds ]M«rtal« For Motheris As Tliey ^Graduate* Into Camp Fire Status Twfenty-f6(iF'little girls ot M MaiTiEa O&hlbfeT-ff Ma GIfeH O. Maxwell, will exchange, wedding vows on.Satucdayi in an.informal ceremony to be performe'd by the bride's uncle, - Elbert Holland of Ukiah. ' they Will leave sotm after on amotor trip east As far as Mil' Waukee, Wisconitn, : and if possible on to Niagara Falls — not to conform Jo tradition,' tUfey said to- dajr, but because they've never sfe?n thfe falls, il'lie ibride-eleci is ameiiibet of a- pioneer Mendocino county family, the daughter ot.Mr. and ilrs. G/A.Dahlberg of 430 North,Piiie street, tter father^ a long-tiine em- ploye'e ^oi ,;Northwestefpi'.i Esciftc Sail^oad-Company is-^now,:reUred. Her;; grandparents, (-Frdncis ,-and Susan Burke,- crossed the' plains to California in the i ^rly days, iftr mether ,was Lucinaa-Biirke. ^ She-ha's two.sisters,>'Mrs;' deorge ^. - Brewer and Aita . Dahlberg, both of whom live in Ukiah. She IS employed- in.- ;the- -California S'tate Employment, department and will > a vacation: fronn her 'position for her honeymoon trip; ' ' The groom-to-be -IS th«i-!Sotl of the ,late Mr. and.Mrs. Hi.Bi Max.^ well of Joliet,- Illinois.''"fheyf will visit his sister- in Milwaukee. He came -tOi -Ulijah a -weele ago/from SeatUe. He re<;eKtIy leftjSan Francisco v/here he had beeil:with thti U. S. Army. Transportation Serv* ice as, a refrigeratioa engineer. Plans for their home! are indefinite but they expect to live-in Ukiah; Mr; Maxwell's hobby 'j? .photbg- laphy. . • • •- .••„. • ., •Members of .the family 'will attend the fluiet wedding rites.:-, v oarl Wphler(l>erdi| Come Firohi Kitac <ierrhi^a»^Vfn'« bridgej Massachusetts, will be in Ukiah for, a short time; with, her palWts, Mr. aiid Sirs. E. t. F. Wohlenbisrg- ofMl -p'ark 'boulevard. Her father rls' general'; manager of the new Masonite-'plaht to be conT StWbted north ot Ukiah. Mr. and Mri. Wohlenberg will g& to San Frandisco to meet her ^rhen she 'arrives ithere Saturday moi'riing and bring her back for a short visit tintil she leaves, to "join aii anthropology group associated With the University of California, which Will spend a mpnth at diggings in southern California; Miss Wohlenberg was a junior in Radcliflle college last year arid is majoring in anthropology. Valerie Sdppihgfield Is Birthday Celebrant .Valerie S^pingfield celebrated her S.ixth birthday <Vifh a party Fridky 'aft^rnoo'n. May .28 ;in the; home of her jiatents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank- Sappingfield; :625 Grove street. Ten at Her little frifeiids brought gifts ana cafnetb "play gairi&s ahd eniojr iiarty, re ^reshmfents' - which Iheltrded a ''((akfe,,decorated in pink 6rid white. Valerie's Sister Vjcki and her ,^brothfer Michael were among the'%elebrants. • . Also Daphne and J anet Ra Wles, Suzanne ihd Sandra de Turtii- yille, . Wanda • Friese,, Provlann FrassinellD, Cai;qlyn Frye, Jay Lawtori-'iand Bo^emary % Allen. Clarice: Ramsey was unable to come bfecause of illnesS. Gorobeth Ahdersort Is Home from Tennessee Corab'eth Arider^on arrived home-by plane ,^rohi.;Ward BeV mont college in, Nashville, "Tennessee, yesterday' arid Is With'her parents, lyir. an.d iWrs. Charles fe. .AhdersoVi pt 416 ,6ak. !Park., She has foiTipleted her first, year iri the soiithej'n school ,ah'd Jojr'ed the south, where her liiotlieT has /relatives in ih,6 state, but w^i anxious to' be back at, home wher^ she plans to .spend the surnmer., HOME FOB HOLIDAY ' DonTia "Ward 'w/as H6mid' 'fr'6rn SaWa Rosa -Jtmior college, ti speVid'th^ Weekend;jtfnd'MoinBay with her paVerift, mt: and- Mrs. Don- Wai-d'of WeS't Mifl strjeet. When scjiooi closes Jun?; 11, .efid- ing fer first year there, she •'^'M i^eturn to spend the. sumfner. in Ukiah..- • . ..- ' : Gill ,;Frank:,PheIen »rjd th^ Misses 1fv6nue Hebprt,, Penelope Johnson and katheiine Gobbi, Basel Fan>ify Mdves td t^k^yo: Mgigftti Home ; Mr. and fArs. M. E. Basel are gB^ing' settled,tn;s wfe'^.in theit new home in ."i^ofeayo Heigh.ts ,t6 which they fnoVerf •froWi '3'14 Shtifr fin street with their; >sohs Jferry^ Marvin, D'ick ahd tVesfey 6v^* the weekend. ' J .Mr; Basel,' who. is as'sbciated with the music amusement ifidusr try, and his Wife designed ah^ hav§ ^(jpne much of the Work on their" attractive d-roorii r.^sidence •ivhich overlooks' the j,c^y. 'They have been residents Of ,,lJK 'ah for ft;.haU ye the pa^ seven and year^. MRSi HOPMAN'S GUESTS ', Visiting at, the, home of Mrsj Nanette Hofman on South School street this weekend, were her daughter and grandchildren. Mrs. Herbert Dryfoos, .and spn Bobby and baby. daughter Linda. Lee ,o^ San Francisco. Alsq, Miss Dona Getz, who: came with them. Dr. Prylfoosy a .Boy Scout leader oi San Francisco, spent the weekend on- a trip with liis troop. iTi A,lleeds Observe 50th Anniver'saty • Fifty years ago,'on Slay II, 1898 Mr. and jkis. T. A. Read of 283 Mill street were ntarried Ift. Littleton, Lake county. Thfey lived there, engaged in ranching, until 1944. Ihey had three daughters and a son, all of whom are now mar- tm. When they sold the ranch in i944 they rfetired and nioved to Ukiah to be near fh^ir .daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Myers and their sons Robe A, Donald and Charley, and John who is married, ... On Mother's Day all (he childreil aiid gfan'dchildreri , gathered ^ irl Uliiah for a family reunion to celebrate their igoldeh wedding-, ithe diiiher- party was held in .tlje Myers' boriie at Cfherry and State ! Streets' where the table-was beauT liiiilly, appointed and .featured-a wed4 ("g .cake! . ' . .; ; fiynce some of the Myers fanriily boys in, tbe party,, were playing jn ..the baseball gaitie that day; the wedding calce was left in await their.,return and iii the evening the^ farnjly, galhei ;e4 again to cut the cake WHicH was served wit]^,,lce creani And coffee before some of.-the ^ests- left'for theit hoMfrs. i Mrs. Earr Brady," one dauhgtei- wK6 lives iii Rosevllle,. *'aS here with her daughter in law,-Mtsi Donafd Brady Siid cWildrein Cheryl arid Jahft. They stay fed iihtii Sj.bfti dijy. Mr. ahd Mi^s. Ltoyd Ajid^rson cdine frott San- BVuiid witii t.h'elr dau^teris Barba'f 'a ;aft'd Virginia Slid son Buddy; Mrs. Anderson js another daughter of tlje Beads. ,, Mr. aiid Mrs. Dbiiald Read here from Vallejo with their son, Bill; Another son,, ponild was'unr able to come. Among ttte-glfts was an orchid, the first Mrs. Rend had ever, worn, she said. . . Mr., and Mrs. LeatohG.'Foster and .son Lane of 511 West Henry street spent the past weekend in Yreka where they went flshiiig and visited freinds, Mr. and Mrs. Mi H. Hudson, and relatives, the Clayton Goddmans. Mt. Goodrn^h is an uncle of Leaton and Ben Foster and Mrs, B. A. Cober, Cl>ISCOPAL GUILD MEETING Trinitji Episcopal Guild will meet at ?.p:m'. Friday; in the homcf of Alr^. George I'okorny, &27 Jones sti-ttt 'Mrs. Peiet Frey will be corhostess arid Mrs. Henry Spurr Will presidfe. fourth grade who will step from m 6lu6iird( otiganizatiqn into the Camp' Fire Girls, jjJSjjierved the event ori Friday, May 28, when tmt guardiano, ( MJ'S/'R ;:d, Dl(*k- son and Mrs. 'JB. Qi '^MeFarling gave a tea for their, mothers m the municipal clUtrtiouSe. Blueblfd mothers Who came for tea at 2 pm. found a beautifully appointed tea table with yellow' cloth and lighted yellow tapers. A variety of: flowersr was used in decorative ; arrangements. . M r s. Paul Sikorai Camp Fireguatdian; explained the Camp Fire organization,; its alms and objectivesm providing wholesome- recreation; and buildmg character.: • When the Bluebirds arrived after school they were ready to entertain With voluntary songs, piano numbers and recitations. With Ruth Adams announcing the numbers,, piano selections were given by Karen Schilder, Mferlene Butler, Sandra Humphrey, Wanda Myszka and Nancy Fearnen. Recitations were presented by Kay Kneeland and Laune Hay. Vicki Hopper and Joan Foutz gave a duet; Judy Bingham and Jennie Linn Stipp each presented a song m French and Jane Beau- £ovt sang a solo. , > Mrs. Sikora displayed the,costumes they Will wear in the Camp t'lre when they put away their little bluejackets and skirts that designated ihem sis Bluebirds durr iiig !thBir ;three years,in that group. She also showed the fringed leather- tostumes-ho-Ibnger worn by the Gamp Fire Girls but rehi'embered by their mothers and grandmothers; Mrs. Paul Beaufort, another guardian'who is'a teacher in the; elementary school,- was: unable to be there. : Other. Bluebirds present -were Liaverne. iLauppfej Ruth, Adams, Joan .Carpenter, Sheila • McGill, Ruth .'Butler, Patty Weter, Betty Rea, Ann->McFarUhg, Jane Scotty Sandra Belinekej Linda.Wiemeyer, Sanoi'a ;Seward. :. ' ; Tea and: cookies Were- refreshments Served by the hostesses. firs. George, Dietlerle Kewahria Council Of Pocahontas Is Host To Gfand Pocahontas May 2t Blks haU was UeautifUIly cteco-f f-afed, Itfge baskets of. flowers Stood at eacKitattpn."and.ah, afch- way of Aotvers Was awanged for th'e ofliclai ,Vislt of Great Poca- tiofiiik Hazel .^Ir^man of Sua Francisco .td; K<SW||hiiA couticil -of PdcaHontas herd .fhUrsdair night) ilscort and drill teams were-in iFotmalS.and costumes for the event 'Wbictitvns 'iormdllyu• impressiVe. Poca*Wnt^s dferttude fctti^r prer sided at the opening-.ceremonies where ZoneChi^I Tillie Sfeitto^ of i'etaljiiiia was (Irst escorted to a .seat ofshorTor inithfe abiSence of &iSt^ict Deputy Mary Baccaglia, who IS out 6f town. , Mrs. Shii-eman asfced all visiting ofr!cers,and. chairmen to, retire and be^escofted in; Mrs; Elleh-Starmer, state . Americanization chSirman, of-Fairfield,. Mrs. Laura Meintyie of , Nixon and all deputies _were escorted by ,~Mesdames Blmnie feweeney, Vada Collier, Jannie Dohring, Edith Caya, Rose PorSiio; Grace Heitz and Ha Hollander, escort te!aih. It Was then that the Great P'o- cahontas '(V^s presented by three chartet membe'rs, Mrs., filizabeth Wegner, Joseph and Fred Figone. Mrs. Vada Collier made tlie arch of llowers th'^y carried; Folk D'iiicing Eiijoyedv. , Th'^ SalisburJ' sisters, Lois and ftlibye presented two charrtiing folk dances which were greatly complimented. Th^ir mother, Mrs. Ora Salisbury, Was also pi;aised for the .music<; Seven,- candidates were initiated •^it|i the ritual, dej gre'e^ teim iri cdstunie' eltid put oii beautiful wOVk. Fred Figone, .cap-} tain'ahd Ms fearfi WerV^ giveh high pi-aiS'e. Betty Schrfll was Poeahdft-r fas in -tiief fcAib- ii'drk. Caiididatea •Srere Mary Bfufige's, t Mary Singer!, Phyllis- I^ricR,- VeaWn- 6Kaf-^ fee, Voi-na Hans, Mfcy Cox-arid A. F; Martens. • • " ! • : Plans' weref'-made' to' have '^Lti' other -randidafeS' cla'sS'when Mrs; Seito«-Ai&kes-siH ortieial visit-tin Juiie 24 .Mfsi- SKireinan Was pire- serit^ With a gift of rSoriey,- beaii- tiftfllji' - arrarigea by Mrs.' -DoKfinig and presented by MrS; ^cholls Mrs; Shireman jgaVe-a- splendid tdlK on child, Welfare,-vetettfis'.- Welfare and other activities of the'Oi-deirj including a report on the gain in niembersftip.jx. ,*; .'rhh .reception jCommittee Jn-* eludedMary -Gira^rehta, Mrs. SchoJl. and ,Mrs. Heitz. Mrs.. Dohring waS in charge of corsage* presented to all ofticerS, escoirt teain and a bouqtibt of snapdragons prer sen ted tl\e Grand Pdc&hontas. Maiy' Freernari made the corsages for her • commiljtee. Refreshrnents wfeiW chicken salr id. Wafers ^nd ari.assartmettt of delicious home-rnade cakes served with coffee. Mrs-' Pteemsn was general ehairniah, asgisted by Mrs. Jane Mckenzie arid Mrs. •. Salisbury. The-tables Were lovely With White linen napery, crepe paper streamers .and large boffquets.- of delphti^iuin' as ceriftei'irieces. Small Indian dolls were place cards, there weire little teepee depora- tions and'canoes; filled yiiXti pan- Sies.. , . ..^ At the table of^ the Grand Pocahontas, a large canoe filled with. Sowers was the centerpiece. Mrs.- Sl?se Figone was chairrnan of the committee on table decorations, assisted by Mesdames Sweeney, Caya, Dohring and Etter. •feirthdays honored'for the month were tbose- of i Mfs. \Gaya> Ruth Maiftens and >Mrs. ••^jV'egner. Each ifeceived'cards. Ah invitation was extended the council by Elks lodge to attend the Flag'Day ceremonies in municipal park on June 13. Many guests were present from -Santa ; itosa. Fort Bragg and HealdSrturg. - . ' Emblem Club Now Ready To Function i The -Emblem ^ClUb- became a reality on Friday, night • when wives,-.; sisters and mothers of Blks club members formally organized to meet bi-motathly ift.^Elks hallj not as an auxiliary of the omen's organization, ,but to, qubte Mrs; B. Kmrnan of" Lakeport, who helped them organize: "An asset and 'not a liability-^ to promote social life among Elks club families; to share m com-; niunity welfare work and help develop and deepen a sense of patriotism." ; . The emblem signifies the.flag pf .the.-United States which is preserved and chei'isKed as-a priceless possession; Mrs; Verrton Yates 'is president of the tiew erlanijjatioh'arid' for-: nSal.' iffltiatiori 'Will. t6ke ' place sometime in July wheii an iirii- blem .officer atrives' tr&m' Mon-i rovia to conduct ..the. ritei Mrs.' John Viarengo is ; vice president and other officers elected are: • Mesdames Rferio Bartoibiiiie, financial Secretary; Ge.orge- Biitts, treasurers Ray Browti, reiordiiig secretary; Ray ' Wiiliams,' cdiTe- spOnd-ing iSeeietary; -Mark- king, organist; Hdward 'Tuttle, Heriry Basel -arid Samuel. -Dayina,-trus-i tees;; James Sacchi, chajilain? Dan Cohen,.,historian;. Wade -Perkins,' firjt.guard; George CEokniari, second guard; Mrs. Ed Jeriningisj marshal) Herbert Thatcher,, first marshal'; Gene Dietrich, second marshal; H.,D.:. Roberts, press chairman. . •rhe ^next ineeting will-be Fri-' day, June 4, which will be a combined social' and business session; IMtARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED At Ukiah, May 26,- Arthur R Matron of Fort Bragg and Mabelean Yolanda Lucchesi -of- Redwood Valley. May 2», John E. Hart and Lois E. Qlantz ot Fairfax. .. CHAS. KASCH Attcfriiey 4nd duiirfselor at La w Odd Fellbws Building fcortJiSlitoSt. iliaah. Calif. Mrs. Dietterle Will Head Garden Club 'Mrs' George Dietterte will take office as president of the tJkiah,, Gardfen club fbr a secbnd tfermj |j She ^*fas eieeted at a: meetlhi«5| Thilrsday night in the municipril clubhbuie and, other, officers .Were selected for the coming year-H-the second since tbe club was orgatiiz-,^, ed. •; "i ^i Thfe meeting Was conduAted in a colorful exhibit Of flowfers including • rhodbdfendrohs and ' azeleas iiotn local gardens and from those of the speaker, John Driiecker of Fort Bragg, floriculturist who made his second Visit 'to the club. Mrs. Ernest Lauteren was namr ed first .Vice-president; Mirs. 'Nor'- rnari Buhn, second vice-presidfentj Mi's. Martin Stipp, recording sec^ retai-y; Mrs. Charles;: Kasch, fidr- responding secretary; direfctors at latge are Irvin Boesel and Mrs-. Arthur Romer. Reviews Year's Work' ^ ; Mrs. Dietterle,. reviewed ' i the club's .first year and complimented meiribers^ on their enthusiasm which has-made possible participation in floral' exhibits at .the disr trict lair, the apple show,: reyival of .the Christmas lighting and .'decoration • program, and - the. recent successful spring exhibit; in the Palace Hotel. Five local and.^guest speakers have brought programs of interest and benefit to the club during the past year. : . ., -Members expressed thanks. tO the committee responsible .for, :ithe spring exhibit. Who are Mesdames Ruth . Kington, chairman;v J. J. ThoniaSj Arthur Romer,- Harol^^k. HolUday, Martin Stipp, Athol''- Horr,. Herbert Singley, .Charles Kascli, L. M. Hildreth., Alfred Mc- Kinhey, Werner Holzhauser, and Joe'Setter. ' _ '"J^ Mr. Druecker's discussion of rljp' dodepdrons and azaleas was received With great attention as he told of. their history and origin, and revealed that varieties may vary ^rom six inches in height to 20, feet. One unusual variety with .leaves three feet long talces twenty years to come into bloom. C^ast Favorahle , He has chosen the Mendocino coast as a spot for hybridizing these aristocrats of the garden because, he believes more different varieties can be grown successfully therfe than anywhere in thfe world. Other blooms pn display were a striking red epiphyllum, or orchid cactus from Mrs. Ernest Dawson's garden and fine varieties, of ins from the gardens of Jack MacNab, the George Dietterles. Werner Holzhausers, Ernest Barkers and a bloom of'the Lady Mohr ins from the Arthur Romers. The next meeting will be at the Mill- Creelc summer home df Mr. and Mrs; Holliday ,£(nd-Superior Judge and Mrs, Lilburri' Gibson. Membef's '.Will-nieef at 12:30 With picnic .lunches v on -Wednesday, June/9 td hear a firograni'oft pel- argtiniums arid geraniiims presented by Mrs. Lauteren. ,--v jj. Chui"<:h Ivlusld Festival; to Be Held-On June 15 , Qhristjan JEndeavor .Music ,Ees; yai and rally will be. held in Mari, Gify in the ..Congregational; church at 3:30 p.m., June 15. Among the contestants froni this, ari^^ will be Janet Busch and''Adaiea Romer singing,-a duet;' Hayniottd TKomas- ini will compete in the Bible meni- orysection; J^ormaji-. •:arid.,Edg&r Hill will play a trumpet^ duet '• A'vocal • quintette ^ts to trifctude Joyce Erizler, . Nancy HlcKwifie, Marjorie Vinson, 'Bob York' and Dari Hill.-Mrs. Mai'vin-Rbriier Will atcompariy the yoUh'g nlUSiciafis on ;the piano-. -'.i ^ FOR TRADE MVILQX.IH SAN JOSE EOH HEAL ESTATE I!» UKlAH VAIiLEYi t -i •Prefer Old Ranch ' Gibson, Sottlii iM. " want River Land l|. Arthur Gibson 120 Sotith 2nd St. SAN JOSE

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