Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on June 26, 1985 · Page 7
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Stoddard/Farnsworth Wednesday, .lunp ?<s. 198S Ukiah Daily Journal. Ukiah. Calif.—7 About friends The family of Martin E. Farnsworth has planned a wedding reception for Marty and his bride, the former Midge D. Stoddard, Saturday, June 29, from 7 to 9 p.m. at 1541 Glenwood Dr., Ukiah. Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend. The honored couple exchanged nuptial vows and rings Friday, June 21, at the 15th Ward chapel in Layton, Utah, before Bishop Darcel D. Stuck!. The newlyweds are taking a honeymoon trip through Northern California to visit family and friends before returning to Ogden, Utah, where they will make their first home. Marty, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Farnsworth of Potter Valley and Gaylene Farnsworth of Windsor, was raised in the Ukiah area. A Potter Valley High School graduate, he presently is serving in the U.S. Air Force at Hill Air Force Base in Utah. Midge, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Stoddard and Ella Rae Tate of Layton, Utah, is a graduate of Layton High School and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints seminary. Enrolled as a student at Weber State College, she currently is employed as assistant manager of Foot Locker. Linda Stevens served as the bride's attendant. Marshall Naker was best man. The bride wore satin and lace, fashioned with V-neckline, lace yoke and full, floor-length, lace skirt, gathered to a satin bodice. She carried navy and baby blue roses, accented with white roses. Vince Angell Vincent Angell, a I9.i2 graduate of the University of California San Francisco School of Pharmacy has been elected president of the UCSF Pharmacy Alumni Association for 1985-86. Angell, who owns and operates Angell's Mill Oaks Pharmacy in Ukiah, along with his wife, Margaret, has been a longtime resident of Ukiah. He is an active member of many national and local organizations including the Mendocino County Pharmaceutical Association, v-\ the Rodwood Empire Phar maceutical Association and tfn- Knights of Columbus. He has served on the IICSF board of governors for the past eight years and has been its vice-president for the last year. Vincent Angell \\ I mm ,1 ril1ll|l|rt|- hllr rt llHIIH'UU l|. ,'f|lll|iMH III: • I..ion I r ii|.|i:,ul • I I,.m, ».,„ • »,.,.,! M -,. • H,,I,,1,11.,. « llru-li I iMI.T- • Kli>, irn l> iiMi/iiiii. ,.;.,• ..,„ ,„„, „,.,.,( l.M » I \K> MhMlHi |\ir nil | M \|| KlH-IMIMT Midge Stoddard and Marty Farnsworth Her attendant wore a navy street-length dress and carried three roses, two blue and one white, with baby's breath. Chitchat Sandretto retires A retirement party for Dorothy Sandretto, pre-school teacher at Stepping Stone School, is slated for June-30 at Todd Grove Park, located on the west end of Ukiah, next to the golf course. The public is invited to join the staff of Stepping Stone in wishing Sandretto a happy retirement, according to NicoletteF.Tal. The event will begin at 11 a.m. and last until 3. Those attending should take a potluck dish to ?harj? with-others. Cost of the event is $4 per family, if paid in advance. It is $5 if paid on Sunday. There will be beverages for adults and children and place settings will be provided. Reservations may be made by phoning 462-5686, or contacting Cyndi Montesonti at 454 Mendocino Dr., Ukiah. "We hope to have a good turn-out of Dorothy's family, friends, former students and their families," Tal stated in announcing the event. Play will end This is the final week of performances for Ukiah Players' production of the classic 20th Century French drama, "The Madwoman of Chaillot." Four more performances will begin Thursday evening at 8, with performances Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the same hour. Tickets are available from the Mendocino Book Company on School Street downtown, or from Coffee, Tea & Spice in the Pear Tree Shopping Center, in Ukiah. General admission is $6; $5 for students and senior citizens. More information regarding tickets may be obtained by phoning 462-9226, or 462-1210. Sun House closed The Sun House, historic home of world renowned artist, Grace Carpenter Hudson, which is one of Ukiah's tourist attractions, will be closed Independence Day, Thursday, July 4, according to Rosalie A. Prosser, curator. Swim registration Registration for the second session of "Learn to Swim" classes will be Saturday, June 29, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Municipal Park pool, intersection of Park Boulevard and Walnut streets at Todd Grove Park. The swimming session will be from July 1 to July 12. Classes, which will be from 9 to 11:45 a.m., are Beginning 1, Beginning 2, Advanced Beginner, Intermediate, and Swimmer levels. Mom-Tot classes run from 12 noon to 12:30 Summer EXTPAVAGANZA SALE Starts June 27 Extravagant Savings To 5O% WfcSSf-S" DELATED SEPARATES SWIMWt AR • SPORTSWEAR Man Sat 93O-53O, Thurs 'til 8OO ;ornerofSrnith&School Ukiah 462-373O for the perfect wedding BIG 4 RENTS BIG 4 RENTS located at 123 W. Lake Mendocino Drive is conveniently located just off the Lake Mendocino Dr. exit of the freeway. BIG 4 originated in 1964 and has been at their present location here in Ukiah for 5 years now. BIG 4 RENTS carries the largest selection of wedding and party accessories in Northern California at affordable orlces. Milt Adams, manager of BIG 4, Terl Adams and Don Porter, party consultants (pictured below L-R can fill all your needs for a wedding and or party for 10 up to 1000 people. They can have every Item you order filled and delivered anywhere at any specific time! At BIG 4 you can rent your every need - balloons, BBQ's, bars & accessories,, beverage service, buffet service, canopies & accessories, chafers, chairs, champagne fountains, china, garden equipment, dance floor/ staging, display/ canopy lighting, flatware, glasses/ glassware, silver, tables, table linen, flower arrangements and much, much more! I BIG 4 RENTS also provides the community with lawn & garden equipment (weedeater, rototiller, lawn mower) and camping equipment (tents, stoves, water ski Is, life jackets) as well as contractors equipment for any tough job. Let Milt, Teri and Don help organize that special event for you today. Come out and see them M-F 7 5:30PM, Sat-Sun 8-5PM or call them at 468-0087. 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