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feel^l he them. Officers of the Family Service Agency, a Red Feather service, have named officers for the coming year. Above are (left to right) directors Mrs. C. Coolidge Kreis and GÂ«orge C. Halcrow and president Mrs. Louis B. Lundborg. Rotary Fellowship For Jaysee Grad John Darby, a graduate of San Ilateo Junior college in 1948, has received the $2000 Rotary club fellowship for research at the San Francisco hearing center. Under Huk Terrorists In Peace Talks MANILA. P. I. TP)--A government party today went to Mt. Ara- yat in central Luzon for a peace conference with Huk terrorists who have been warring with Philippines Family Service Picks Officers Mrs. Louis B. Lundborg of Atherton was elected president the Family Service Agency, a Feather service, it a meeting of the membership at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Carl D. Benninghoven in Hillsborough. A review of the agency's second year of service was presented a panel of "experts," with Louis Lundborg, vice-president of the Bank of America, as moderator. Also on the panel were Mrs. S. Johnston, of Atherton; Mrs. Ruth L. Olson, executive director; Mrs. Julia Coleman, case worker; and Dr. Lorenz Gerlach, psychiatric consultant for the agency. The family service agency has offices in San Mateo, offers skilled professional counseling to anyone who seeks help with personal or family problems. "About 50 per cent of the clients who to the agency have marital problems," said Mrs. Olson. Officers elected to serve with Mrs. Lundborg were Mrs. Richard H. Davis, vice-president; Mrs. Howard Jj. Lewin, recording secretary; Rabbi Sanford E. Rosen, from Mateo, amd Mrs. Willard S. Johnston, corresponding secretary of Athsrton. Directors elected include George C. Halcrow, B. B. Stern, Mrs. Edwin G. Coopman, Aubrey F. Lee, Irving Doughty and Naegle, of San Mateo; Mrs. C. Coolidge Kreis and Roy W. Seagraves, of Burlingame, and Mrs. Fred W. Blase, Redwood City.