Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on June 11, 1948 · Page 4
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PAGH! Poim ftlgPATCH DEMOCRAT, UKIAH, CALIFORNIA Mrs* E^naFacini Becomes President jBagles Auxiliary In June ; New President .Mrs. Rena Pacini Jp^gion Dance— Treasure Hunt Ends Saturday . : American Legion and Auxiliary o£ Lewis Wiiilo >JPost are making iinal preparations for the dance on Saturday night, June 12, v/hich will climax the . Treasure Hunt in which three cedar chests will be given away to lutky persons. The project has been promoted on behalf of a fund to provide a larger plot in the ' cemetery and both legionnaires and auxiliBify members have put great effort behind the Treasure Hunt toward this end. ' iSreeoti's orchestra has Been engaged for the dancing which • win be _ from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the 'grammar school audi- tbriuni. Eight door prizes and a program of entortainnient is expected to bring a large attendance. Cubs And Scouts In Sunday Picnic Some 45 Cub Scouts, Boy Sijouls, den, mothers and scout leaders took part in a picnic in the C.S.p.A. picnic grounds on the river near Talmage lasi Sunday. Tho cubs learned .some new camp crafts from their older brothers, the scouts; parents looked on with prid.q at sliills demonstrated and lenders found reason for pride as their pack and troop brought to a close for the year, their scouting . activities. • -Cubs also received their awards for their year's accomplishments. These included Benny McKimzie, ' Bobcat award; Tommy Goforth, WoU badge, Bear badge', and two gold and silver arrow awards for Wolf rank; Kichard Haskell, Bear badge; Bobbie Burger, silver and •gold arrow awards for Wolf rank, *'. isij'ver and gold arrow awards for Lioh rank, two gold stars repre- .senting two years of cub work, ^^!.and the Wcbelos badge, highest rank a Cub scout can attain; • "pharlcs Hale, Silver and gold arrow awards for Lion rank and ^^^twjo gold stars for two years work; ...iiudy Brunner, Denner stripes award; Billy Fowler, den chief . cord. Barbecued weincrs^and toasted byis were the mainstay of the ' picnic meal cooked on a properly demonstrated camptire built by ., the scouts. The picnic meeting was sponsored by the Seven-Thirty , club of the Presbyterian church, with Robert Waterhouse in charge 4 ..Of his cub pack and Scoutmaster Frank Hay directing the troop work. Den mothers present vifere . Mcsdames Alex Tregoning, John • Viarengo, H. L. Brunner, James Massengill and Voi -Don Yates. Feis+ive Birthday Pcirty Celebrates School End Dancing the ponga down. Stale street at midnight was the conclusion to a festive dancing party in the Canton room of the Palace hotel Friday night whcn.mertibqrs Di her senior class helijod Jacqueie , Douglass observe her 18th birthday and celebrated their last day of high school. Two, birthday calces accented the birthday . theme and- commencement and the 24 couples brought many lovely gifls. They s.ang . Happy • Birthday and , thj;! Ukiuh Fight song. Oliver Pacini?' orcliestra played ior' the dancing. Mrs. Jack' Douglas, mother of thehonoree, her,cousin, Mrs. Tom CIciand and an aunt arid cousin, . Mi's. Jack Pibernig and Mrs. John Piberriig of San Francisco were .' hOsttesses and chaperones. Pran. cine Douglass, her younger sister, ajso a .sKistt 'd in entertaining. Breakfast Club Auxiliary , will meet next Monday, June 14 at £ p.m. in the home of Mrs. Leonard Devoy, 5,05 Cypress street, In beautiful Installation ceremonies,: new oflticers were inducted mto the Auxiliary of Fraternnh Order of Eagles No. 319 Thursday evening, June 3, in I.O.O.F. hall.: Pjst President Tilly Chase wasr installing Oflicor in rites in -which! Mrs. Rena Pacini took olTice nsi president, succeeding Mrs. Lily; Ross, who took her place as past- president. , Mabel Jackson became viccr: president; Lorena Rains, secro-' tary; Amelia Mossi, treasurer;! Ann . Hooker, chaplain; Rena; Bartolomei, ' conductress. Inside' guara, Norvn Gantev, outside; guard Dora Lynch. Trustees for! one, two and three year terms; are Laura Broaddus, Frona Gi-; nochio and Gertrude Ettor. Complimenting Mrs. Cha.se for tier effective installation, tho nev/ president presented her with a giit. The jTieeting adjourned for a supper of hot beet sandwiches and salad, pie a la mode and coffee. The refreshment committee included Mesdnmes Katie Bartolomei, chairman; Dora Lynch, Iva Lee Taylor and Isabel Thatcher. Members will meet monthly through the summer for restaurant dinner meetings with the next meeting scheduled for July 1 at 8 p.m. Hall and table decorationB were Paul Scarlett roses, sweet peas and baby breath. WOMEN'S SOeiAI, AND CLUB NEWS Mr. and Mrs. A. Davis Will Move To [.akeport Ukiah will say reluctant farewell to Mr. arid Mrs. F. Alhng Davis of. 600 South-Dora stieet, who will move in July to their -new home in Buckingham Park near Lakeport. Mr. Davis was tr'ansferred from the Motor Vehicle departroept in Ukiah to Lakeport last February and has been commuting to his office since that time. Mrs. Davis, who took a position in the local elerhentdry school be- c£\use of the teacher shortage, U hoping the need for View teachers will not be so acute next j^ear and that she may retire and enjoy ttie new home now beiiig completed for them. The Davises came here from Eureka four years ago. Their daughter Nancy. Mrs. Karl May, will be among the June graduates in the University of California this year and they^will attend the graduation in Berkeley next week. Her mariMage was a social event of last February. Her husband, also a student in the university, will graduate next February. TJiree years of military service delayed his college work. Majoring In forestry, he'has plans to take his bride to a Quincy ranger's camp for the summer. Mrs. May is a member of Alpha Phi Omega and her husband's fraternity is Phi Kappa Psi. Soufhworths Scene Of Festive Luncheon Party Southworth's Inn on the Redwood highway was the scene ol a festive and delightfully appointed bridge luncheon Saturday where 50 guest^i enjoyed a delicious luncheon followed by bridge played'at 13 tables. Mrs. Lon Gibson and Mrs. ®. W. Duttoh were co-hostesses. The large miiTor over the fireplace in the dining room reflected a handsome ari-angement of roses and .snapdragons and individual tables were gayly decorated with sweet peas contributed in generous amount by Mrs. Horace Fahrney. 'They were arranged with fjye-finger fprn from the; garden of Mrs. E, J. James. Distinctive score cards were handpainted scenes from Florida, painted for this special occ,nsion by Dwight Gibson, son of one of Ihe hostesses who is now in Florida awaiting word from his application to enter Pratt School' of Commercial Art in New York. High score winners in the pfo-- gre.ssive bridge game were Mesdames Earl Ford, Leonard Sihg- ley, Hugh Preston and E. J. James. Humorous Reading Enjoyed^ By OuB The Biblical story of Esther, pre^, SePjted in. }no4em feijiBft ^vjlj »;,);ele-! bfiortes and' bther -iftWerh- appur-' tenpnpesjsnd:a» iii'the n^^nffpriof Billy 'Safcday,' was a TOost- sucms-i ful feature of : the , Presbyterian" Women's SocretSr raeetlrig last ThUrsdayj afternoon.'Mrs, "VV'ilJJam; V>. Wadsworfh, aA' acoOmpliihfjd readerj'was at'her humorous'lbest; in thti reading. ' • ' • V' ' i "-»D<Jvotions given by Mrs.. AiMc-i Kinney were on .a patriotic theme; and 'the wll'tall resporis^' was pati'iotic ••<iu6tati6ns ,.JiIrSiV Louise. Bernhard presided.- Reports • ofi three boxes of clothing sent to: European needy were htardi ' Plans wore made for'the July-1 picnic - at the Blue Lakes cottage of Mrs. A. T. Davis.- Mrs. Davis^ •and Mrs. • Walter Sandolln will be: co-hoste'sses. --.•'.'!;-•: iTables decoratid* for tefresh-: ments were, especially lovely.'With arrangements 6t red roses. Strawberry,- sUndaes,. cake and coffee werei'-.'ierWjd ''by ' th^ 'committee, which'included Mesdames George: Anderson,;'Ida "Browiv* and- Rena St6ut. Emblem Club Will Initiate In August - Officers of the new Emblem Club will b^ initiated m formal fitesih"August when Mrs. Hazel Garrety, a state Emblem officer, of Huntington Park will come to U|tiah for the event. Plans were made af a meeting Friday night, iii -Elk^ hall 'with Mrs; Vernon Yates presiding, , The ladies Of the Elks lodge are looking forward to the June iz diriner-dance which celebrates the first birttiday'.of the piks cliib. it will tie at the House of Garner and plans are being made to en-: tQrtain 135. Tickets are now on sale through Esteemed Loyal Knight John . Viarengo. F o; r- ipal aftire wjll be optional; Pa-, cirii's orchestra bas been engaged' (or the dariop m ^sic. On June 13 the Emblem members vvill take" part in the Flag Day cerernonies in piiunicipal park sponsored by Elks cliib. -iV car(dec- pratetj in purple and wliite, Elks' colors, will go to the airport to meet Dean Maddux, San Francisco sidewalk reporter for KFRC who will be here for the celebration. Mrs. George Portlock. was appointed Emblem pin chairman to secure pins for the new club. June 25 is the next meeting date. Refreshments were served after plans were made to hold a food sale on June 19 in front of Davis' Shoe store on'State street. 'MR. AND MRS. CLEW O; MAXWELL (Marhea DaWberg) who werp married here Saturdayiiii"the horte of her iparenfs, Mr. and;.Mn. G. A. Dahlbel^, 430 North PiKi* street, left on a honeymoon trip by motor to Mi<:"higan,a»dTuTther_easl.They will return to make ihei^ home in tfklah.'Mr.^ Maxwell's parents are not living; his former home was in Joliet. III. . Mrs. Irene Bradford Complimented With Open House, Tea On Birthday Mrs. Griffin Surprised With Stork Shov^er" A • surprise stork shower was given for Mrs. John V. Griffin on May 22. by Mrs. John Ashtord and Viola Lucchesi, in the home pf Mrs. Hosea'Browxi. Gifls were attached by pink and blup satin ribbons to the behks of tv/o tall stofks placed on a table covered with a lace cloth over pink. Gomes were played during the evening and the gifts were opened and admired. Reiroahnients wcrq ice- cream, cake and coffee. Those present were Mesdames John V. GrilTin (Bubbles Hoberts*; C. K. Roberts, n.- D. "Withrow,- Ralph Rkha'id- Ron, Hosea Brown, James Ford, James Smith, William Roberts and Charles Barra t:nd tho Misses Mabclean Lucchesi, Janet Lowe, Joan Roberts and Margie Vinson. W. K. Davis has a date with Dean Maddox, tho Sidewalk Rc- poiter of KFRC. to be inleri'iowed between 12:15 and 12:45 on Wednesday of this vveek. 1st Annual Dinner Pl^ns Being Made Silver anniversary of t \ie Cfeithohc - Ladies 'LSague - of St. Mary.'s 'Catholic church villi be observ.ed, ^yith a ditjljier, party in Blue ' Ldkefe Xbdge' on June 16 at 7:30 for which extensive preparations are being made. The entire parish is.urged to be present,to greel the ne\y rtjembers to whom Special invitations are being gi'ven • ' , , The program being prepared by Ben O. Foster is designed to compliment new - membersof the bhi^rch arid strengtheri association between them and those of older- membership; and to bi'ing them into more'participatloti iin chuvch activities, ^t will' also hon- j or two founders pf the league. Miss Margaret Connelly v^ho'will be-here 'f com S&ri Francisco-where she is no\<f teaching and Mirs. Frank Gilipprd formerly of Ukiab Whi -lives', in Redding: • •Mi's. We^ey'JJreeolt'is chairman of -a- committee Of eight wbiph is' planning this first dn- nu£)l leagii? dinner to be h^ld yearly, her-eaftet;-: Members of her committee are Mesdames Blanqhe Maher, Dliahe Sftider, ' Ben 'O. Fostei-j Jane Brooks, Gus Garaventa, Peter Simonclni and Miss. Lena Balzarlni.' ' Father Adrian Sharkey will 'be introduced by Mr. Foster, master of ceremonies, to conduct the musical program of vocal and instru- rnerital numbers and gl-oup singing. Dinner Party Prec@de$ Contract Bridge Game Dinner at .tables near the big view window in Duncan Springs resort was? greatly enjoyed Friday night by IG wives of Masonic club members who have rtiet all winter on lodge nights each month .for dinner and bridge. It was the last of their meetings until early fal|. After the dinner they returned to Ukiah where they organiied foui- tables of. contract bridge in the home of Mrs. Earl Fullerton. Mrs. Harley^Branson was high score winner and Mrs. Frdnk Branson, second. Mrs. Dink Schv/arm won the consolation prize. The committee which arranged the evening and assisted Mrs. F'ul- ku'ton included Mrs. Paul Hansen, Mrs. Robert Harmon and Mrs. Albert Gobolet. There is an old lady on North • Dora Street ' • > '• • Who move's in a wheel chair—not on her feet. - " Her frieridB -galoie—of the days' of yore They knew she would love to greet." This is the amusing announcement sent us' by that delightful person, Mrs. Irene Bradford,about her 78th birthday celebra-- tion. She continues: "So, on June ^th froin four' to .six in the afternoon, open house was announced and a large number pf the Presbyterian wrohien with whom she has worked and worshipped for the past 45 'years, called at her home to chat and reminisce with Mrs. Irene Brad-^ ford."'. .' •' "The affair was arranged by .her daughter, Mrs. Be.ssey (BrafJfbrd) Scott and daughter in law, Mrs, E. D. (Anna) ~ Bradford in hbr)or of her 78th birthday. A beautifully decorated birltiAqy cake, tea and wafers were served by the hostesses." - Th? rooms we.re gay with flowers from Mrs. Spott|s garden ,ijan .t}, the choice and exquisite rpses of unusp^l size and fragrance feom Mrs. Ann? Bradforcl's garden \yere especially beautiful. The birthday greetings and good wishes of her old time friendii were most happily and graciously received by Mrs. Bradford. Barbara Rawles Given Shower By 4-H Memberis V/hen Barbara Rawles went to a sev/ing club meeting of her 4-H olub Sunday in the. horne of their loader, Mrs, E. E. Butow in Redwood Valley, she discovered she was the honoree at a kitchen-i| shower. She will marry James McjCul- lough of tfklah on Jiine 20. Miss Rawles has been a 4-H rnember since the club 'was organized ;in R;edwood Valley. Mrs. RusseU Hansohn, co-leader whh Mrs. ^\.\tow was unable to be present .for the shower. ' A variety of flowers was used for decoration and refreshments of~jello, cup cakes and purich were served. Among those p;-esent were the mother "of the bride-to- be, Mrs. T. D. Rawles and ,her daughter Kay, Dorothy Billehus, Sophia and ' Antigone I^olonis, Alice Saunders, .Claudia Cobert, Wanda Hohp, Martha Buto'w,- (Donna Brown and the honoree. Algers Return,Sunday, Frprn Vacation, Journrey Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Alger of 51(3 South Stale street returned to .U,kiah Sunday evening from ,• a motor t'ip. bcgup May 20, which toolc- them first \o Tacoma whdre Mr. Alger's sister, Mrs. Dorothy X.ong, joined them for a trip to Glacier Parii, Billings, Mont., and .on to Shej-idan, Wyo. There they visited Mr. AlRor'f inpther, Mrs. Alice Alger and the family of his brother Drew. Returning by way of Salt Lake City. Mr. A|ger ananged to be liVe- county reprcsentutivfc for Utah Woolen Mills, which produces an extensive line of men's, women's and childi-en's woolen dress and sports clothing. His headqi:arters will be in his home in Ukiah. Mr. and Mrs. Preston McPeak of Willils were in Ukiah Friday to attend to business matters. Old Time Hayride Is Birthday Fete An old-fashioned hayride celebrated the 18th birthday of Darrell Salisbury on the night of June l' when 25 high school -friends climbed onto a hay filled truck and went to La Trianon at Blue Lakes for swimming, a picnic supper and dancing. Bill Portlock drove the truck and John TuUy went along as official chaperone. Just to see that everyone was having a good time, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Moore drove over during the evening and loqk- ed in on the plirty. After the pfc- nic supper, planned and prepared by the honoree himself, the youpjg people danced, had late refreshments, and returned to Ukiah; at about 10:ilO. Due to class night practice and other commencement preparations, quite a, number were, unable -to attend but sent birthday tokens. Those who did go wer,e. GJsnha Barrass, Dorothy Hunt, Joan Pratl]er, Hopland; ;Dpnna and George Wildberger, Lprraipe Barf- qlomqi. Beryl Rupe, IVfary Lau Prickett, Pat and Hank de Lotty, Ireta Shupe, Roberta Anderson, Rubye apd -Lois Salisbury, Richard Hall, Jarnes Fracchia, Jules Legier, Bob Ermine, |Iopland; Bill Portlock, Eddy Polirii, Dirk Wildberger, Bob Flpres;. Alex Siichan and: the honoree who is the son of Mr. 'arid iWrs. F, A. SalisbUr,y of River Road. Firemen's Auxiliary Makes Pjcniic Pjqns Mendocino - Ukiah Firemen'^ Auxiliary met Wednesday night,' June 2, in the firehoiise with Mrs. Lily Ross presiding at a business session. It was dedided that piljow" cases will be made at the next meeting ' to be given to families, burned out of their horries. Mrs. Dorothy Bechtel was appointed fli'e distress- chairman. '' ' It was planned that a piinic lunch for all firemen and their familips of Ukiah apd Talihage win be spread in the flrehouse on July 4th, each family to bring luhcheon food and ^he firemen to serve icq cream. Mrs. Dorotby Johnstone and Mrs. Lawrence Von Schriltz served cake, ice cream and" coffee at the conclusion ot, the meeting; Judith Webb's Birthday Celebrated In HqyWard Mr. and Mrs. T. Alton Webb of 311 West Perkins street,and their daughters, Judith and Wanda-returned Sunday evening from a weekend in Hay ward where the birtliday of Judith* and of her grandfather were celebrated jointly in : the home of Mrs. Webb's parents, Mr .and Mrs. W. E. Kees. Also in the famiiy party were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kees and s<mi Donnie. Mi. Kees is Mrs. Webb's bi-other. GARDEN CLUB RECESSES FOR SUMMER MONTHS The Wednesday attefnoon meeting of the Garden Club will be the final meeting for the summer. Committee meetings of the group arranging the Garden Club's exhibit, for the fair in August will be held frequently While plans ale in "the making and regular Mieetings of the club will be resumed in the fall. FRIDAY, JUNE It, 1948- , 2 Showers Given For BriderTo-B^ A^rs. Ernest. Balyeot spent thre^ days in Berkeley last week .'wheref she" attended the bridal shower given by her sister, Mrs. W. A. Gonser, for Lois Balyeat, whose wedding to Robert Lee Raymond will be solemnized on June 14 in the Methodist church. The' bride-elect's sjpter, Mrs. Raymond f eichjmeir, assisted ^he rhostess and the sliower gifts .were found in the- shower of Mrs. Gon-' ser's homp after an extended treasure hunt. Twenty of Miiss Balyeat'S school friepds were present. ' • Another event complimented the bride-to-be a few days earlier when the students of Mitchell hall, where Miss Balyeat has been liVf ing while attending the University of California, gave her a shower. She -vs 'lU come, home with .her parents' next' week following her. graduation- "from - the v "iversity. Mrs. Peiphtmeir, who is also gradu-! ating from the university this year, will accompany them to prepare for the formal wedding. The bridal couple will leave im-- mediately after the-wedding for Palo Alto where Mr. Raymond will be a summer student in Stanford University. ' 5 Birthdays Are Celebrated Here Five of the seven grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Albert R.- G«nter„ Sr., of 704 West Smith street, celebrated • their birthdairs here-on May 31 at a party m the Ganter, home. ' - Two cakes were decorated in pink with pmk doll candles; table decoratipns werp Cecil Brunner roses with, mati4enj >air fern and colored baskets. 'There were pink hats for favprs. ' . The celebrants vsrere "Thomas and Gerald Bowers, 1,7, twin sons <of Mrs. Vivian Pay of Sah Francisco; their, pousins' Lynda Ganter, two youngest daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. Lynn (3antef of Ukiah; these three were born' on the 20th of May. Also Geraldine Ganter,' four, second daug;ht6r of Mr. apd Mrs. Gerald- Ganter of San .Ftancisco and Margaret Gknter, three, second daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Lynn Ganter. The latter two were born on May 31. Family members gathprpd jn the Ganter home for. the celebration •w'ere Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ganter and spn Richard and ^is? Byrd _ Ganter of Napa; Mrs. Carie Frame, i .l\^p. vand • Mrs. Stanley Rains and' the .Gerald Gsmters of 'Siin Francisco;. Mr, and Mrs; "red ^ay, Oak- .iandj 'Mr. and Mrs. A.' I^. Gapter, Jr., 'and daughter Naif ^ey Mikpl of •UkiaH; the Lynn G^rite^s arid their eldest, daughter. Judith "'of Ukiah, arid Johpriy Sbinila. ' '' .'. 'Geraldine Ganter received a phonograph among the many gifts distribiited to each of "the' celebrants, and ijart of "the -eriteftaln- riieht wan playing the new records. toche^i-M §ts<?n Ypws EKchanged j In Formal Candlelighted Ceremony | In a -white satin wedding govi-n with a crown of orange blossoms, and a finger tip , veil, Mabelear. Yolanda Lupchesi plighted her; troth-with Arthur Raymond Matson before a floww.banked altnr in the Methodist church on May; 30. The Rev. Charles A. Lindemann performed the double.ring ceremony. >• Gloria Pacini was at the, organ as Virginia Lucateiii sang O Promise .Me; and she played the weddiiy? march to which the bridal party advanced to the altar banked with syringq,- calla lilies and white roses and lig)ited with tapers In' pandelabra. The bride was given in'marriage by her father, A. G. LuccheSi of Redwood Valley Hei g^wn v/as fashioned with a dropped neckline, trimmed m lafe on the shoulders and a long tram; full sleeves and was buttoned down the back with tiny satin bqt- tons. Her formal bouquet yfus pf white orchids and bouvardia. Her maid of honor, Evelyn Kern wore an aqua taffeta frock, with a' hair bandeau of flowers and carried pink camtions. The groom and Earl Smith, his best man, and the ushers, Everqtt Fredson and Joseplf Frassmello, wore white carnation boutopnieres. . Mrs; Lucchesi, mother of tjie. brideand Mrs.'Ei A. Matson, the' gnom's mother, wore gardenia corsages..- : -.; More than 50 out-'of-town' friends and relatives, attended the wedding including Mr. and Mrs. Matson, parents of the.groom from 5'ort Bragg; Mr. apd Mrs. Everett Fredson, of Los Angeles and Mr.'' and Mrs. Elmer Fredson of V^l- lejo, brothers of\ the groom. When the wedding party the church they went to Redwood Valley where the Grange faall had been, decorated jn wedding beljs, 'wl^ite'lattice work and streamers fpr ''the rgeeptipn attended .fey about"20b.' The newly weds led the dancing with Gloria Papini at the piaiio t'ndVirgipja Locatelli singing, I Lo^e 'fou Truly. After a hpney- nioon in Canada the young people will establish their home in Fort Bragg wliere the grdorii is assppi- ated with his father in business. left' P.T.A. President M»> Roberl Ffohn 25 iiutiated Into B^P Memljership New members were, Initiated ihlo -Busaiess /.and Professional Women's club at a dinner, meeting in thfi Gahtbh room?Qf jUje JRalace hotel Thursday'night,'in a unique ceremony conducted by Mrs. Ella Butler, district president. Twenty-^f 1 ve - new Kiembers vfere named"iri rhyined cbuplets by Mrs. Edward Eversole and each was required to illustijttte hpr oV/n activities-, in • unrehearsed - drawings. Secret pals were disclpsed'and pal gifts exchanged"Bt this first meeting under the,new, roster of ofifi- cers with Mrs. 'Elirior Lawrence in the chair. Used,in decpratjng the dinner tables 'were quantities" of, Paul Scarlfet roses fropi the gardens ,pf Mrs. Dan Cohen, Mfs." T.' A. Webb and Mrs. Alta Ballou. Member? voted to keep their, dues at the old level, and to meet .riionthly in the sumriier rppnths. The "next meeting 'will be 'in the home pf Mrs. Nanette Hofman on July 15. Standing committee were named by. Mi ;s: Lawrence. , Ghurchwornen Return From Baptist Spssic^n •' Mrs. VeiflonBickford, president of Velva Brown Circle'of the Baptist, church a.nd Mrs.-Jv B^ ,Gools, presidenf of the Affernpon Circle, returned Satuirday from a" 3 -day session at the women's hoHse party of the Northern California Baptist conference at Mt. permari in the Santa Cruz mountains. With 5dp delegates attending, Mrs. Bickford and Mrs. Cook enjoyed a full program of entertainment in addition to the sessions on planning church, social and welfare work for the coming year. They stayed in Grafton Lodge. A picnic in the Big Trees and a tea were part of the social program. VISIT BALLEStRA HOME Visitors in ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ballestra of 428 West Stephenson street Sunday, wr;re Mr. Ballostra's mother, Mrs. Mary Canepa arid his sister and • her husband, Mr. and Mrs. C. V«>n- turacci of Santa Rosa. After The Ball Midnight Supper Birthday Event Carol Cohen's 18th birthday co- ii^j^e^ with senior ball night, •Wednesday, June 9, and her par- epts, ^fr. pnd Mrs. D^n Cqhen of 1304 West Clay sfeet made it ^he occasion fpr a delightful midnight southern 'buffet supper party aft^r {he ball ,fpr- plas.<)mates apd close friends, four of whom she will accompany to San Jose State college ir} ti >e fail. i The girlg -yvpre lovely in their party fb'rmai's^ "orchid and gar(Jenia corsages, apd the .Coheps iriemorialized the event by takipg kptiachrpme^ flashlight pictures. Cajibl, Beverley Mocby, Patricia Brown and Naricy Ford, wiio.haVe been clpse friends ; through their higli school day?, wore' slmilaf but ript'ide'}iticai. ^iiesse^ of white lin marquisette , an(i brocaded srieer fabrics,' fash'ioneij in an off-sbpul- (Jer style, Audrey Srown -wore pastel greep with 3r| orchid cirsgge: Elaine Siatt, ^Jso with an Orchid on her shpiiidpr -was ;in Plaid, taffeta and Carol .Briggs wore a t^iniier sjyle dress, of print- ed;:siik.',::;"'. •,•: .; , • The group wljich atteiided the .darice ipj couples--were Carpi, and R'ay tpgsdoi^, Na'ncy'Fprd and Jay Lee . i^rnitfci,. ^r., Beverley Morty and fJene' fiichardson,* Patricia ProWp'and Madison Davis,,Audrey Brown 3nd Louis Zina, Elaine Hiatt ^nd Llpyd Books and Carol Briggs arid Jerry Pence. : Mrs. Cohen,-used.red and white senior class cplors for i^ecorations carried, out .-yiritti red and white roses. -A large gift bouquet from a classmate •was also part of the decor. Gariies were played after supper ^nd the .party, abPut which parents had been indulgent, in view of senior week festivities, ended at, 2 a.m. Darby and Jackie Cohpri, younger Jjfpthers of the honoree were also allowed to stay up for the party. ' Carol, Nancy,'Beverley, Patricia and Audrey will enter Sari Jose State'for the fall teiin. * BAH ABSOCIA¥ION PICNIC The Mendocino County Bar A^r sociation went to Navan-o-By-the- Sea Saturday for their picnic and outing. The weather was'fine and the attendance of members very good. FOR TRADE MY l-QT IN SAN JOSE FOR REAL ESTA'TE IN UKIAH VALLEY;: • • - ' \ Lot Size 80'xl37.S'—Bare Land Prefer Old Ranch Gibioa. South 2*A mi. Want River Land • • B. Arthuf Gibson 120 South 2nd St. SAN JOSE P.T.A. Prpgram 1$ Luncheon Subjecf ^il . Programs -for the coming; year were planned when the executive board pf, -,27th. JDistrict Parent- Teacher Association met Wedries- day, June 2 in the Canton Room of the Palace,hotel for luncheon. District President Mrs. • C.. T. Smalley conducted the meetings and presided over the luncheon table. The. .lirst fall meeting will be October 28 in;Ukiah, and plans Vi ?er9 laid for a legislative institute at, tl^at timp, .. A-preliminary budget was read and approved. , . District pffleers present-included Mrs. C. T. Smalley pf Potter Valley, president; Mrs. Flora Saxon of 'Willits, parliamentarian; Mrs. Pauline Koster, treasurer; Mrs. Al Fraga, program; Mrs', B, C. McFarling, legislative chairman; Mrs. p. D. Wilsey, auditor; Mrs! J. Lee Smith, extension; Mrs.'Kenneth Farnsworth, character education; Mrs! Guntley, health; Mrs. Joe Turula, student loan; Mrs. Ernest Lauteren, hospitality. Unit presidents'were Mrs. Helen Owens, Potter Valley; Mrs. Gertrude Catson, Hopland; Mrs. Edith Hildebrand, Willits; Mrs. Fiebush, Bivpr Union; Mrs. E. C. Dellamore,i^W Dos Rips; Mrs. ftobert Frohn/^R. Ukiah and Mi^s. Pete Gialdini, secretary for River Union unit. Friends Give Surprise , Party For Mrs. Edgd? Lured away from home last Monday night, Mrs. J. ^- Edgar of 427 North Dorp street returned to find party deooratiPns of scores of red roses, birthday gifts .displayed and a handsome birthday cake on the table; Mrs. Adam Jess was in charge of the group of friends arid neighbors who had come in to surprise Mrs. Edgar; Mrs. James Wejch and Mrs". Roy Goodwin assisted her an^ the guests all difi their part to make the evening a riiemorable party. Others present were Miesdap^^ Andy Class, Mrs. George Einneo, jCenneth Baker, J. B. TarVer, Keith Goodwin, 'VVilliam; Hildreth, I^n Goodwin, Ed Laiippe, Caroline Nystrom, Anrik "Pave, Geoirge Lawrence, Jo.hri Slirurci apd the Misses Lois XJarty and Gerajiiine Piriheo. WILSEY'S GRANPSbM Mr. and Mrs. Roije'rt.'i'. Swan of S«icrariientQ'are parents; of a son, Michael David, born June 7, at Sutter Maternity hospital. 'The baby ' is the first' grandchild of Mr. and Mrp ;.P. D. Wilsey of 614 •West Standley street. Mrs.,Wilsey is leaving iorSacrUrnentq the la. of the week to be with het daug! ter. (Near Market) . San Fjrancisco, Calif. • • • ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOf. 350 IjlOOMS OF. COMFORT IN THE HEART OF S. F. SHOPPING AND THEATER DISTRICT. Modern Rates SINGLE ... from $1.75 up DOtrBtE . . . from .$2.20 up ^ 'I

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