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   Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - January 30, 1953, Reno, Nevada                                PAGE SIX NEVADA STATE JOURNAL, RENO, NEVADA FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1958 Carson City Social Notes CARSON Jan. 29. (Spe- 11 Ra Temple No. 56 rjrDaughters of the Nile celebra I Its 19th birthday Tuesday night at the regular monthly meeting in the Masonic Temple, Reno. Queen Edna Edwards presided over the meeting. All past queens were In- troduced and presented with a gift from the temple. Miss Sade J. Grant, a past queen and charter member, attended the meeting. Mrs. George Dodson spent Tues- day evening in Reno visiting with relatives. Mrs. F. Kribbs of the Matthews Furniture Store spent Tuesday eve- ning visiting with friends. The trip was made by bus. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Austin re- turned home Tuesday evening from a two weeks' visit to their daugh- ter, Mrs. E. H. Tuckett in San Ca'.if. Mr. and Mrs. Austin stayed with their daughter, a re- cent bride, while her husband who to in the service, was on a two weeks's cruise. Before returning home, Mr. and Mrs. Austin visit-i with friends at LaMesa and other southern California towns. The social and business meeting of Eagles Auxiliary to Carson Aerie 1006 met Monday evening in Hall, with Mrs. Eleanor Supera, president, presiding. The auxiliary voted to donate to the March of Dimes. Plans were also discussed for a membership drive. Four chairmen were ap- pointed by President Eleano to take charge of the affair: Agnes Peroglio, Jewell Barker, Rose Parker and Opal Sherman. Mrs. Florence Krebs was appointed the new drill captain. Tentative plans were made for a fashion show to be held in Feb- ruary. The raffle was won by Lee Schulte. After the meeting the remainder of the evening was spent in playing "hearts." Prize winners were Flo- rence Krebs and Mary Fettic. Re- freshments were served by the fol- lowing committee: Ruth Berger, Edna Pratt, Brownell Rose and Eleanor Supera. The next meeting will be held Monday evening, February 2. Mrs. John Wigehert was honored at a stork shower at he: home Tuesday night by members of St. Theresa's Catholic Church choir. The party was a complete surprise to Mrs. Wigehert because such af- fairs are unknown in her native The guests brought baby gifts and refreshments. Those attending were Mesdames Edmund Muth, Ernest Muller, Paul Laxalt, Omar Loeltz, David Miles, Eleanor Eupera, Margaret Cope- land and Miss Kay Cannon. Mrs. John C. Kelly entertained at bridge dessert Tuesday evening. Following dessert the remainder of the evening was spent in playing contract. High score was made by Mrs. Reubel Pruett, and Mrs. Alice Kitzmeyer, secortd. Invited guests were Mesdames Len Hancock, Huston Mills, T. Holcomb, Peter Merialdo, F. N. Dondero, Jack Ross, Charles Kitz- raeyer and Dale B. Pruett. "Utah, the Rainbow color film, was shown to Carson City Rotarians at their regular luncheon meeting Tuesday noon at Carson Hot Springs. Earl Branson, chairman, was assisted by George H. Helmick. President Frank Greg- ory presided during the meeting. Many state legislators, Rotarians from their own communities, were visitors, as was Robert Bruce, for- mer manager of Bell Telephone Co. of Nevada. Next Tuesday the club will hear Dallas J. Seevers, super- intendent of the bureau of iden- tification of the Reno police depart- ment. Charles Buell will be in Charge of the program. I John Nulty who was called to New Jersey several weeks ago on account of the serious illness of his mother-in-law, returned home Saturday evening. He reports that Mrs. Nulty will remain with her mother for sometime. The dinner party of the Past Matrons and Past Patrons Associ- ation of Carson City will be held Thursday evening, January 29. The dinner will be at Melody Lane and is under the supervision of Mrs Anna Hersey and Mrs. Ruth Mc- Guigan, chairman of the affair. The regular meeting of Capita Rebekah Lodge was held Friday night in Odd Fellows Hall with Margaret Amundson, noble grand presiding. During the meeting Helene Stambaugh, district deputy president, and LUlie Sanger, dis- trict deputy marshal were intro- duced, and acted as installing of- ficers assisted by past noble grands Vivian Haines, Sofena Reading, Rose Lee, Christine Berge- vin and Carrie Meder. The following officers were in- stalled: Berniece Schneider, noble grand; Millie Johnson, vice grand Florence Swart, secretary; Evelyn Brady, financial secretary; Flor- ence Austin, treasurer; Verlene Arthur, chaplain; Jeanne Morgan warden; Mary Felesina, conduc- tress; LUlie Sanger, right sup- port N. G.; Margaret Dilts, left support N. G.; Nora Midler, flag Martha Parker, inside guardian; Eleanor Gamwell, mu- sician; Savilla Donahue, left sup- port to V. G.; and Bertha Riddle right support to V. G. During the meeting the members decided to have a Stanley party next month with Jeanne Morgan as hostess. On behalf of the lodge, Helene Stambaugh presented Margaret Amundson with her past noble grand's jewel Following installa tion delicious refreshments were by Margaret Amundsen Rose Lee, Lorena Scoggins an  sina Querio; Messrs. Joe Belleggia, Parmigioni, Tony Cerfoglio, B ortini, D. Natucci, Nick Gardella, E. Arbico, Fiori Cerfoglio. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. announced that 300 will be installed in the Chamber of Commerce, a di- rector of the West Central Coun- ties Licensed Beverages Associa- tion, member of the local Lions club, was finance chairman oi the 1952 Nevada Day celebration A. R. Bowen, owner and man- ager of the Carson Theater, has new chairs the theater around the first of April. He said the seats are the latest theater design.. Mike Demas of Carson City, is reported as seriously ill In Vet- erans Hospital in Reno. Assemblyman W. E. Baldy, who recently underwent a major op- eration in Carson-Tahoe Hospital, is reported as getting along very well, and hopes to return to his home sometime during the week and resume his legislative duties Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis and two children have moved from Winne- mucca to Carson City to make their home. Mr. Davis will be come Mobile Gas dealer at the station on South Carson St. Davis has had experience in service sta tion work, and is happy to bring his family to Carson City to re side. The bi-monthly meeting of tlv Women's Society of the Presby terian Church was held Thursday afternoon at the manse with Mrs Cyril Haworth and Mrs. John Blaikie as hostesses. In addition to presiding over the meeting Mrs. Haworth presented the pro- gram for the afternoon and reat by Grace Now Crowell. Two major activities ar planned by the group for Feb ruary, the first being a public luncheon, February 5. Plans are now well underway for the an nual George Washington tea Feb ruary 19 at the home of Mrs. Er nest Bath. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ligon of Beaumont, Tex., and Mrs. W. B Ligon and daughter, Mrs. Elwooc Rose of Reno spent a short time i Carson Tuesday visiting with Mrs Ligon's sisters, Mrs. Marion G Bowen and Miss Sade J. Grant. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morgan had as Saturday luncheon guests Mrs. Emma Collins, who was cele brating her 90th birthday, and he daughter, Mrs. Grace Goode. Among those attending the Gen eral Contractors Association an nual banquet and ball in Reno Sat urday were Messrs, and Mesdame Huston Mills, W. T. Holcomb, Al Kinni, Stanley Sundeen, Augus Berning, Lawrence Little, Jim Wai lace. Dale Rose, Joe Mecham am Frank Berger. Dallas J. Seevers, superintenden of the bureau of identification o Reno police department, gave illustrated talk to the Rotary Club at their luncheon meeting Tuesda noon. Charles Buell, program chair man, introduced Mr. Seevers, wh discussed use of prints, and espe- cially the value of latent prints i solving crimes. Glenn Stoddard presided in the absence of Prebiden Frank Gregory. Al Brandy of Emerald Bay pre- sented colored movies of Lake Ta hoc and tot deep snows there las winter, at the luncheon meeting of the Carson City Lions Club at Car- ion Hot Springs Monday noon. President Lon Wright was in charge of the meeting. Among vis itors were Gordon Saxton and Lawrence Carson City; Chet Christensen, Paul Garwood and Oliver Thomas, Reno; Tex Covington, Sparks; Kent Mount and Charles Hendel, Hawthorne; D W. Priest, Battle Mountain; Paul Norris, Ely; D. A. Castle, Roy Wal- ters and Ted McCuistion, Elko. Epsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Mel Woodgate. Mrs Henry Hesse, president, presided during the meeting. Mrs. William Margon was In charge of the cultural program and her topic was on "Landscaping." Following the meeting refresh- ments were served by Mrs. Mel Woodgate and Miss Kay Van Sickle to the following members: Mes- dames Wallace Hesse, Henry.Hesse, Duane Berning, Don Crosby, Wil- Jam Margon, and the Misses Jerry Smokey and Betty Schulz. Mrs. Laura Wood entertained the Friday Club at her home on West Spear Street, Friday afternoon Mrs. Cora Sweetland made high score at five hundred for the after- noon. Members present were Stella Peters, Cora Sweetland, Ruth Kelly, Nellie Lindsay, Catherine Wood, Muriel Lewis, Lilly Sanger Florence Austin and Mrs. Laura Wood. Mrs. James Bernard returned home on Saturday after spending several days in Reno with her family. Mrs. Mary Spradling was hostess to the King's Daughters Saturday afternoon at her home on West Musser St. Mrs. Ida Cavell, presi- dent, presided over the short busi- ness session. Mrs. Emma Collins, who was celebrating her 90th birthday was the honored guest and was pre- sented with a number of nice gifts and a birthday cake. Mrs. Collins has been a member of the King's Daughters for many years. Refreshments were served by the hostess to members who wishe< Mrs. Collins many more happ; birthdays. Mesdames Emma Mayo Anna Hersey, Ruth McGuigan Edith Knippenberg, Bernice Bern ing, Ida Cavell, Ann Shriver, Stella Peters, Edith Waters and Ada Van Sant Wallace. Mrs. Norman Noteware is man aging the Burlington Shoe Store during the illness of Mr. Burling ton. Art is still confined to Carson Tahoe Hospital and is reported as getting along very well. Mrs. Elva Dougherty who has been very ill at the homeof her sis ter, Mrs. Stella Peters, is getting along nicely and is now able to be out. Mrs. Woodrow Matthews an two children are confined to thei home with the flu. Attorney Gen eral William Matthews is reported as being very ill. Mrs. Grace Head of Baker, Ore who spent the last weekend in Car son with her sister, Mrs. Vivjei Haines, returned to her home Sun day. Assemblyman and Mrs. K. Munk left Thursday evening fo their home in Hawthorne wher they will spend the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carlson left Thursday for their home in Gold- field and upon their return to Car- son will be accompanied by thei young son who will attend the 7t grr J.e of the Carson City school f o the next two months. Mrs. A. R. Bordewick is slowly recovering from a recent illness. NOT FORGOTTEN WICKFORD, R, I. soldiers in Berlin, hearing that a veteran, Donald R. Gardiner, hai been paralyzed from the wais down in an industrial accident, sen to a fund being raised t build him a nt-w home. Gardine earned the Air Medal with thre Oak Leaf Clusters and the Dis tinguished Flying Cross in Work Warn. Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Little Worry Bat, tklk, or wlthou fear of iniecun falM teeth dropping slipping or wobbling. FA8TEETH hol< Plata firmer and more comfortably Tblt pleuant powder no gun gooey, taite or feeling. Dot cuue nauaea. it'i alkaline (non-acid Cb.edu "plate odor" (denture breath CM lABRKTH at any drug itore. Verdi Social Notes VERDI, Jan. 29. i regular monthly meeting of the "erdi Parent-Teachers Association fas held Wednesday evening to the chool auditorium with the presi- ent, Mrs. Virginia Moscani, pre- iding. At the close of the business ession refreshments were served y Mrs. Mosconi and Mrs. Mar- aret Mathias. Those attending rere Mr. and Mrs. James Canonic, desdames Helen Early, Winifred irrimons, Maxine Anderson, Rose luilici, Iris Wehe, Carmen Flores, irginia Mosconi, Eva Ubbins, ,uby Leavitt, and Margaret Ma- nias. The Ladies Auxiliary to the Ver- di Volunteer Firemen's Association eld its regular monthly meeting liursday evening at the home of Ars. Eva Ubbins. The mystery gift was won by Mrs. Margaret Zunino. The auxiliary will sponsor a bene- it dance to be given at the Odd 'ellows Hall at Verdi on January 1. All proceeds will go to the Vlarch of Dimes. Tickets will be ne dollar per person, refreshments xtra. Games were played at the lose of the business session with irizes being won by Mesdames ilildred Steele, Mary Carlson, Dor- athy Harker and Beverly Ringea Those present were Mesdames Vera Molignoni, Mary Carlson, Edna Moore, Dorothy Harker, Carmen Flores, Virginia Mosconi, Eva Ub lins, Winifred Simmons, Dorothy McCabe, Alcoe Green, Mildred Steele, Margaret Zunino, Catherine iValker, Erma Mosconi, Beverly lingen, and Miss Louis Grey. Mrs. Freida Rau and .daughter, Mrs. Florence Baltzer of Wishek, N. D., are visiting at the home of Mrs. Rau's son, Mr. Fred Rau and amily. Mis. Gloria Ubbins has returned .o her home in Vallejo, Calif. She was called to Elko by the sudden death of her stepmother, Mrs. Roy Churchfield of that city. Joint installation ceremonies for Crystal Rebekah Lodge No. 32 and Verdi I.O.O.F. Lodge No. 42 were held Friday evening in the lodge lall after the regular meetings of ;he two lodges. District Deputy President Wan- da Hansen was assisted in install- ing the Rebekahs by Marie Poe, marshal; Eva Ubbins, deputy sec- retary; Anna Holstrom, deputy warden; Dora Holstrom, deputy treasurer; Catherine Walker, dep- uty guardian; and Mabel Adams deputy chaplain. Installing officers for the Odd Fellows were Mervin McKenzie district deputy grand master; Jack Harker, deputy marshal; Hugh Holstrom, deputy warden; Herman Ubbins, deputy secretary; Henry Mosconi, deputy treasurer; Johi Avansino, deputy guardian; and James Mosconi, deputy chaplain. The junior past noble grand Maxine Anderson, was presented with a past noble grand pin by Anna Holstrom. Rebekahs installed were Dorothy Harker, noble grand Eleanora Berghoefer, vice grand Louise Leonard, recording tary; Dora Holstrom, financial sec retary; Melissa Canonic, treasurer June Hackbarth, warden; Chris tine Hedges, conductor; Mary Carl son, inside guardian; Karin Carl son, outside guardian; Catherine Walker, right supporter to noble grand; Eva Ubbins, left supporter to noble grand; Anna Holstrom right supporter to vice grand; Ma Adams, left supporter to vice grand; Lydia Del Grande, musi cian; Beth McKenzie, chaplain Winifred Simmons, flag bearer. Odd Fellows installed were Se bastian Coli, noble grand; Elmo Del Grande, vice grand; Mervin McKenzie, secretary; John Matson treasurer; Ross Mortensen, war den; Wesley Walker, conductor Dan Lorenzetti, chaplain; Arvii Johnson, right supporter to noble grand; Hugh Holstrom, left sup porter to noble grand; James Ca nonic, right supporter to vice grand; Joe Tuccori, left supporter to vice grand; Dick Hedges, inside guardian; Wallace Carlson, outside uardian; Emmett Leonard, right scene supporter; and Walter Walk- r, left scene supporter. At the close of the installation eremonies refreshments were erved to Messrs, and Mesdames Ed Wolff, Auguste Lemaire, Wai- ace Carlson, Elmo Del Grande, ilervin McKenzie, Jack Harker, Immett Leonard, Joe Tuccori, iugh Holstrom, Dick Hedges. Al- Berghoefer, James Canonic, ames Mosconi, Ross Mortensen, Villiam Anderson; Mesdames Eva Ubbins, Fred Poe, Robert Hack- barth, Wesley Walker Sr., J. R. Simmons, Angelus Larsen, A. C. Jrant, Ted Ede, George Carlson, Mabel Adams, Adele Rickard, Elea- nor Riley, Vera Booth, Edith Davis, Hattie Jones, Lucy E. Prestidge, and De Ette Kolster; Messrs. Her- man Ubbins, John Avansino, Se- mstian Coli, Henry Mosconi, Arvid Fohnson, John Matson Walter Walker, Wesley Walker Jr., Dan .orenzetti, Manuel Garcia, and Eugene Coe. Mrs. June Hackbarth was the guest of honor at a bridal shower liven Tuesday evening at the lome of Mrs. Eva Harker by Mes- James Eva Ubbins, Grace Truax, Freida Colombini, and Leontina tfatteucci. Mrs. Hackbarth was the recipient of many lovely gifts which she opened and displayed. Bingo was the diversion of the evening with prizes being won by Jean Panelli, Stella Panelli, Vera Molignoni, Margaret Zunino, and Alba Coli. Those attending were Mesdames Janet Quilici, Jean Pa- nelli, Rose Nicholas, Dorothy Mc- Cabe, Alcoe Green, Erica Coli, An- Gardella, Eva Ubbins, Char- lotte Von Duering, Blanche Mit- chell, Stella Panelli, Leontina Mat- teucci, J. B. Hutton, Freida Colom- bini, Grace Truax, Eva Harker, JJildred Steele, Maxine Anderson, Tillie Hess, Eva Canepa, Margaret Zunino, Vera Molignoni, Iris Wehe, Catherine Walker, Mary Carlson, Rose Quilici, Virginia Mosconi; Misses Alba Coli, Gwen Hutton, Patricia Coli, and the guest oJ honor, Mrs. June Hackbarth. SPARKS SOCIAL NOTES By Mrs. Procter Hug. Phone 5-8658 Public installation was held ednesday evening at the Masonic emple when Miss Barbara Wood- all, worthy advisor, and her orp of officers assumed office. Uso Installed were Mrs. Dorothy mith, mother advisor; Mrs. Larie iley, associate mother advisor; [esdames Valerie Stone, Harriet rook, 'Ann Perry, Una Spence, rene Kimball; Miss Barbara Grum- mer; Messrs. Hobart Breshears and Ibe Riley, advisory board. Miss Helen Argeres, retiring worthy advisor, was the installing Eficer and she was assisted by diss LaVerne Eikelberger, chap- ain; Jiiss Lucile Warren, record- r; Miss Helen Palludon, grand 'orthy advisor, installing officer f the color stations; Miss Janie Thomas and Miss Shirley Allen, marshals; Mrs, Lulu Grimmer, mu- ician, and Miss Barbara Grim- mer, mother advisor. The Valentine theme was used n the decorations and the officers arried quaint fan corsages in the ainbow colors. A beaufiful piano uet was played by Mrs. Lulu Grimmer and Earl Fremont, and vocal solo by Dan Olguin was en- oyed. Following the installation there vas a social hour with refresh- ments served in the banquet room. Lt. (j.g.) Dale Eugene Barnes is .ttending school in the naval post jraduate school in Washington, 3. C. Prior to this he was an ex- cutive officer aboard the U.S.S. 'atnuck. Lt. Barnes is the son of Ann B. Barnes and is a grad- uate of the Sparks High School. He Mrs. Birdie Ball Honored At Gay Birthday Party Mrs. Birdie Ball, well knowr Reno matron, was the guest of honor at a birthday party last Saturday, January 17, the occasion being her 70th birthday anniver- sary. Arranging the affair were her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Horace Ball in their Willow St. home. During the evening, pictures were taken of the group and a so cial visit was enjoyed by all. A beautifully decorated cake in- scribed "Happy Birthday Birdie' with little birds decorated the cake. After the guest of honor opened and displayed her many gifts, re freshments were served. Invited were Messrs, and Mes dames William Christiansen Charles Lercari, Horace Ball, E. J Lansford, John McAuley, Frank Gordon, Arthur Frosig, Andrew Anderson and Mesdames Marie Galbraith, Martha Brinkley, Birdie Ball; Misses Audrey Tupper, Terry Ellen Ball, Denise Lercari, Renee Lercari, Cecilia McAuley, Eva Lindvang and Michael Ball; Mes sers. and Mesdames M. C. Rasmus sen and Bill Reeves of Oroville Calif. CHRISTMAS SPIRITS GREENWOOD, S. C. (U.PJ County and federal agents were suspicious of a truck bearing a load of Christmas trees an stopped it. Beneath the stack o trees were boxes of tree decora tions which turned out to be whiskey. The Score- R yon depend on the sue of products foe Hying, note this advertising secret Advertisers invest their money in newspapers 3 to 1 over other medial 3 times as much as in radio 4 times as much as in 4 times much as in television Why? Simply because advertisers know from experience newspaper advertising off because the newspaper readies just about everybody in town who can possibly buy. You have a voice in the advertisiog of any product you sell... so insist on the newspaper. It's first with the most the most people... the most advertising! taught in the Reno school system before resuming his duties as an officer in the Navy. Mrs. Raymond R. Hagar and in- fant son, Raymond Ralph, Jr., have returned from St. Mary's hospital and are at the home of her sister, Mrs. Edwin F. Whitehead. The Sparks Gardenette Club met last week at the home of Mrs. W. G. Foote on D Street, where a dessert luncheon was served. Mrs. J. L. Spieker, president, conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Claude Doan .showed col- ored slides of Grand Canyon and other interesting places she visited on her vacation last summer. She also showed beautiful slides of wild flowers and flowers in her garden. Those present were Mesdames J. L. Spieker, William McElwee, John J. Henderson, L. L. Capps, Walter S. MacPherson, James A. Krebaum, E. A. Zari, A. S. Pryor, J. A. Browning, Glenn A. Hart, Claude Doan, W. G. Foote and A. H. Oboin. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Williams of Fernley were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Narramore on Mon- day. They came to attend the an- nual dinner of the past matrons of Martha Chapter No. 5, Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Rowe have returned from Ogden, Utah, where they were called by the death of Mrs. Rowe's sister. Mr, and Mrs. Roy Puccinelli honored their son, Dennis Roy, and daughter, Miss Dorothy, at a din- ner and dance at Mathisen's hall. Reno Calendar FRIDAY Guard Club, Neighbors of Wood- craft, 8 p.m., in the home of Mrs, Edith Bueter, 260 Hillcrest Drive Mrs. Elsie Bayley assisting hostess. Craft day at the iowntown YWCA, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Pot-luck luncheon at noon. Copper, textile, painting, wood work. SATURDAY Annual Gold and Green Ball ol the Reno Ward, MIA, 9 p.m., LDS Chapter, Buena Vista and Imper- ial Vlvds. Theme: "June and Jan- uary." For Reno and Sparks mem- bers and their guests. Semi-formal, special entertainment, refresh? ments. The occasion was the baptism ol their son at St. Albert the Great Catholic Church and the confirma- tion of their daughter. Those invited to this happy oc- casion were Messrs, and Mes- dames Narcizo Matteoni, maternal grandparents, Elio Martini, George Chavez, Angelo Lombardi, Mario Barbieri, Romano Bussa, Vincent Puccinelli, Bob Kelso, Pete relli, John Ceccarelli, Dino Fru. gali, John Bussa, Carol Bargettini, Pete Matteoni; Mrs. Salirni Bussa, Misses Dorothy and Mary Ann Puccinelli, Ramona and Rosalie Bussa, Leona Bussa, Marlene bieri, Lola Cecarelli, Josie Frugoli, Betty Ann Kelso; Messrs, Curti, Sr., John Pucr.inelli, Donald Rosasco, Frank and Raymond Bussa, Leonard Bussa, Bob Lom- Michael Chavez, Sam and Gene Martini, Roger and Jerrj Puccinelli. Oberlin was a coeducational school from its beginning in 1833 a somewhat unusual status at that time. Pleasantly light, yet with a most tatbfyfag body] and flavor, Bellows Partners Choice is the thoughtful choice of discriminating drinkers everywhere. 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