Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on May 28, 1948 · Page 7
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Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California · Page 7

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UKIAH METHODIST CHUHCH Chatlas G. Lindamann, Minister - , Smith and Pina 9:45'a.m.-^Sunday School. We have classes for all ages—children, youth and adults. Morning worship at 11. Special Memorial Sunday service. Sermon by the pastor. Speciar music . by the vested choir. At 6:30, Intermediate Youth Fellowship in the educational unit. Seventh and eighth grade age children invited. , At 7:30, Senior Youth Fellowship in church parlor. All high school age youth, or over, are invited./ Choir rehearsal "Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the church. 'We maintain a nursery where small children inay be left in compare; while their parents id the morhing worship, [•he "Church of the Chimes" invites you.' CHURCH OF JEiSUS CHRIST .OF; LATTER DAY SAINTS i Staieri Hall Sunday school, 10 a.m. Sacrament meeting, 11 a.m., con­ ducted.by C. A. Call, branch president.. ':" : • . . -f Fireside chat at 7:30 p.m. Primary, Thursday at 3:30 p.m. Relief society, Thursday at 2:30 p.m.'- ,:v r • FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH (Mi^souxi Synbd) (Services held temporarily in Episcopal Guild hall) liilorriing "worship each Sunday at iJ, a;m. Sunday school following the service. Youth instruction: Tuesdays and Fridays at 4 p.m. Louis • C.^ Marling, pastor, 302 Observatory avenue. Phone 926-M. THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH . Riphard Van der Las, D. D. Minister S,unday school at 9:45, Brifjf choir rehearsal at 10:45. Nutsery at the manse. In 'the absence of the minister there, will be no 11 o'cloclf serv-" Ices Sunday morning, May 30. We'extend a very cordial invitation to all to worship witli us. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oran Bollinger. Minister 210 North School St. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.—Mrs. L. Foster, superintendent. •% Ir&Momjng worship at 11. 'J( •>i.?[Subjeet, Carrying the Torch. 'Christian Endeavor at 7. Sgp- arate meetings for adults, young people and juniors^ .. Evening worship at'8.: J IJveninj; service will consist of L.Aar',showihg of color slides of life P^jKhe Philippine islands. I ••Prayoir Meeting Wednesday.eve- nUig 8. ('Choir practice .Thursday evening at•;8,•^.^• THE: REORGANIZED 6 HUHCH ,j ; OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS WilV meet at. 744 South Oak street for church school,, followed by preaching by Marvin Romer. HI? subject will be: • . Gdd "sets up,His Itingdom," but - not by the sword,—^Dan.2:14 His "rnarvelous, work and a V .wondejr" ad6ted;—Isi. 29:12-14 All nations are quaking, , "The , Gospel restored."—Rev. 14 r-iBy.the ahgel from Heaven, seijt • .'JP ^y/tlie :L9rd.^Rey. IBfi;:; CHRISTIAlif .SCIENCE CHURCJH Ariciehi; and Modern iSTecrb- manoy," alias Mesmersim and Hypr notii-Hn, Denounced is the. subject of. the Christian Science lesson- sermon for Sunday, May 30. The golden text is from Revelation: "He that bveroometh shall inherit all things; and I will be his God, and he shall be my son" (21:7). Included in the sermon are the^ following citations: Revelation: "And there was war in heaven:' Michael and his angels fought against tlv3 dragon; and the dragon fought and his angels, And prer vwled not; neither was their place fofind any more in heaven" (m7, 8). '"Science and Healt.li with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "That false claims — that ancient belief, that old serpent whose name is devU (evil), claim- iprthat there is intelligence in niatter either to benefit or to injure men — is pure delusion, .the red dragon; and it is cast out by Christ, Tiuth, the spiritual idea, and so proved to be powerless" (p. 587). :.Located — Oak and, Chupch stireets. Reading room open 2 to 4 jj.m., . Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; Sunday, school, 9:30 a.m.. , . T^ CBVHCH OF CHRIST J^pets ryery Lord's Day in Grange lidU with Bible school at 10'o'clock, morning worship at 11, evening worship at 7:30. Warren Enpler and Lyle Carpenter bring thq messages. The public is invited. CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICES Father Adritn Sharkey, Pastor Father Roger Anderson Father Dunstan Keane Perkins and Bush Sts. each Sunday at 8:30 and 10 a.m. St. Albert's Convent Chapel, West Church street. Mass each Sunday at V a.m. St. Francis, Hopland. Macs first Sunday, at 9 a.m. Other Sundays, mass at 10:15. St. Brigid's, Calpeila. Mass first Sunday at 10:15. No mass second Sunday. Other Sundays at 9 a.m. State Hospital, Taimage. Third Sunday, muss at 9 a.m. Indian Hancherias Si. Joseph's. First Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. St. Dominie's. Second Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. St. Krancis. Second Sunday, mass at 9 a.m: St. Patricic'c. Fourth Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. Ukiah Dumps Willits, 22-6 First Inning Slugfest Nets Twelve Runs Cats SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Coruer Bush & Henry Sabbath (Saturday) services: 9:30 a.m.—Sabbath School; ll'a.m. —Inspiring, enlightening Bible sermon. The Wednesday night prayer service hour will be given over to a Bible lecture by the pabtor. HOME MISSIONARY. CHURCH Opposite Airport Pastor, H. M. Btsby Sunday school, 10 a.m. Morning worship, llja.m. Evangelistic service, 7:45 p.m. ., Tuesday worship, 7:45 p.m. Friday worship, 7:45 .p.m. Everybody welcome. Come and worship our God together. The church with a heirty welcome. CALPELLA COMMUNITY CHURCH 10 a.m.—Sunday school, Mrs. Benback, superintendent. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ' Oak and Smith Sts. Leonard G. Brown, Pastor .9:45 a.m. Church school of over 200. We have a class for every age group, and an interesting program each week. 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship hour. 7 p.m.—Young Peoples Society. 8 p.m.—Evening Service of Worship. 8 ,p.m. Wednesday — Prayer . Hearing aids, a nursery for children under six, and a Cordial Welcome to All! The Ukiah high school baseball Iteam collected 12 runs for 10 hits 'in the first inning and went on to defeat Willits by a score of 22 to 6 at Willits SatUJ'day. Wi.ldcat ! batters lowered the boom on Haks, the Willits starting hurler, who faced 16 men before the side was retired. Ukiah came through with four more runs j in the third inning, collected two in the fourth, three m the fifth, and romped home with one more in the sixth at the expense of the Willits rehef hurler, Secnst. Lucchesi, .on the hilj for the Cats, pitched shutout ball until Willits cashed in two runs in the i:6urtli frame on a hit and a Ukiah error. The visitors nicked Lucchesi lor four more scores-in the sixth to make it only five hits given up for the locals. Of the 23 :hlts for 1 the Wildcats, nine w6re for extra bases. • .In the, hitting department. Bob Moroni starred for Ukiah with two consecutive home runs in tlie first inning. Leading the hitting was Martinelli,, who collected 5 for S, accounting personally for all his efforts with five runs. Cats hit four fpr four,for the Cats in the game which ran Uriah 's league record ,t6 two wins and twp losses. Coach Bill Piedmont didn't ha^e to use the bat boy; but he did put iii'team, manager Eddie Isnard as a replacement in right .field during the,oheTSided.contest. • ; , ASSEMBLY OF GCfD -r -Boonvillo M. D, Lancaster Sunday services:. Sunday school at ,10, a.m.; morning worship at 11. o'clock; evening evangelistic at 7:45; Wednesday Bible study at 7:45p.m. BOOHVlI,^E ^jIETHODIST Worship service, 7:30 p.m. Morning service at Philo at 11. W'S.C.S. meets the second and fourth; Tliursdays of each month; PHILO METHODIIBT CIIURCH; Mr4. A;: H. firown, SMperintendeni Siihfiay school at 10. a.m. Worship service at II a.m. Ladi^?' Aid, the first and third Thursdays. ' . HEDWOOD,„VALLiEY SERVJ(:E Sunday school every ' Sunday morning at .10 o'clock. Warren Enzler, superintendent. CJlasses for all, ages. ' , Cliurch services each third Sunday' inprriing. Elbert Holland will pleach' at U .o'clock. Y^u wiU. be welc 'dmeas i'? fs^' UKIAH GOSl>EL TABERNACLE ASSEMBLY OP GOD Smith and Barnes Sts. J. R. Edgar, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 a.m. Morning services—.11 a.m. Children's Church—6:30 p.m. Young People's Meeting — 6:30 p.m. Revival hour—7:43. Tuesday Bible Study—7:15 p.m. Friday Cottage Prayer Meeting —7:45 p.m.~ JHOLY TRINITY EPISCOPAL T Rev. R. G. Witt, Vicar ^Sunday services: Holy communion, 8 a.m.; Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.; morning prayer, 11 a.m. By Georgia Matthews Over 50 girls have turned out for swimming, practicfng after school and during gym periods. They started by doing exercises and are now working in the water. The work is really hard, l;ut under the supervision of Mr. Bittger they are progressing rapidly. ' . , •. . • • Those Who are going out for the teams are Sliarleen She'pard; Janet Ru.ss and Mary Her;yford for the junior sqUad; "IVia" Parlcer, Sharon Shepard, WUma Rawles and Pat Larsen loi- the senior squad. Backstroke candidates are Jo de Lotty, Joy Bartoloitiei and Betty Pacini. The boys are a'bit slower'in getting started with their swimming. Two outstanding rriembers of the boys' teams are Hank de- Lotty and Willie Scaglibtti, —UAA— • • •• The last two dances have been very successful and for the last two months the boys and girls have speHt their Friday nights at these dances^ It is ruraoTed that within a few weeks the U.A.A. is to give a benefit dance for money fpr swimming and baseball equipment. —UAA— At the Colleges; Don Thackerry, who got off to a rough start at Santa Rosa Junior CqlJege, has settled nicely into his studies. '. . Carl Spreckelsen is waiting to take final exems at U.C. before returning to the U.A.A. to play in llie Twilight League. . . Herb Rogers has been a consistent winner with the pole vault at Santa Rosa J.C., averaging 12 feet through the season. —UAA— Pickups: Out of the money coming from the food sale Saturday tlio yirls are to buy uniforms for Wildcats Win One-Hit Game Lwcchesi Linnits Lakeport Hitters In Tight Duel Adplph Lucchesi, pitching ifor Uiciaii, limited Lajteport tb a single hit, shutting out the visitors by a 2 to O'scojt;e,,,jn,a gamp played here Wednesday. Williams, the first Lakeport better in the seventh timing, spoiled Lucchesi's no-hitter when he singled off the shortstop's glove for the lake team's only hit.' Lucchesi encountered trouble only twice in the game. In the third inning, he walked two men and after they had been sacrificed to second and third, was able to bear down, striking • out Ray and forcing Debolt to ground out to second for the thhrd putout. The C ^t pitcher was again ip trouble in thV s^xth iprjirik whefi, with twp away,, D^iaplt reached first on Martinelli's error, stole second and third. Lucchesi, again pitching flawless ball; struck out Blackweil for t|he t^iird Piit. Neither 'Biackjwell 'noy tucche* allowed an'earned ruri during the entire' game, UkiaJ^'s fi'rst run came in the third irmipg after Stefani had drawn a base on balls, stolen second and scored on the .right fielder'^ erroh , '"Uki^h's final score'c^me ijj th,e sixth inning. Hefte d'oufaled ^(^oWn tfie left field'foul.'liiie and stored on ti^e sliortstop's 'error. Ijkiah collected only 4 hits from Blackwell—singles by Busch, Lucchesi, Scagliotti and a double by Hefte. Portlock Sets Nevr Navy Meet Record . George Portlock, Jr., son bf Mr, and, Mi-s. George Portlock of pkiah, set a new iiieet- record for the 440-yard dash at "tlie N.T.C. Track and Field Championships at Bailboa Stadiilhi In Sah Diego, May .rs. • ,", ;• Portlpck'turned in the outstanding performance; f 6r ' his electricians' mates school team in winning His event in 'a .UmX '.df, 51.3 seconds. The Balboa meet' is the annual ' ciis!mpionship ^ event; for service'tfiE^ms in the Eleventh Nk^al' Distrct. Besides ^ being a promln6 'ht ttacfc star, here. Portlock played end on Ukiah Wildcats football squad Vieteire his graduation in 1946. The local athlete was also captain of the high schpol cadet corps. " No'vv a "seaman first claSs, Portlock ' is attending a navy trade school for training in preparation for a rating as "eleCtrioiarCs mate. '»«^«DES" FLEET NOW.'StRVINi, ;:.;.M->^.,. DIED IN GRAND, RAPIDS Latest Greyhound $uper-Coaches / Assigned to This Area B.P.W.C. Install New Officers A fleet of Greyhound.'a newest buses i have been .aa8));ijad to the route be-: tween San-Franoispo .and' Portland! over the Redwood, and Oregon;' GPast highways. Stdl more will b6J put into Service in thlB area as they, are received.from the factory. This atmouncement eomee from F, W. Ackerman, president of Pacific Grejrhound Lines, . ' Oe Luxe Models ., ' "Thep'eare the ;faTnpu6 'Silver- sides'iuodel8,latestproduct of Grey-: hound?and General Motors engineers . and the designing genius of Raymond L6ewy," the bus executive said.-. ' .,• •., • .'.^ 'iEm1}odying the'-latest'idep;a'in comforj:, safety and:dependability^' these hew coaches prpvide complete TtHsjt&tipafar ^avelerp;" he pointed out. "Deep-cushionpd mohajr-seats are scientifically tihaped toflt the body and are adjustable at a touch ' ojpiany different positions. Other improvements iDcludeii^dividual controlW -beAmTe 'adinglight^iwin- dows of Solox .safety glass ithat absorbs harsli sun rays,diQseI engines with one-third greater horsepower." ' Still fin0t Quse^ Coming , ,".0n our plannittg boards aild in our shops, even finer Greyhound buses are takiUg shape," said Pacific Qr^yhound?a President, "The bus of the fiiturewill Bpop be, a reality," he added; "and Jn th^' ftefultime I 111*1' sure travelers 'wili; appreciate the greatly 'improved .transporta- taon that these 'new, Greyhound; Super-Coaches' offer right nok." NEW MHMT SAFETY mvm ScatchUte plusila trim on ti«ir Orwhonnd •<SilvBr»lde." makes them"glowintlw<]aik.!' . UghtB ot:otliier.cii» oathe hislnwa? aia refi«cted:by. the UiouituuJiipImicnMcopicglaM 'leitaeB in evfxjr aquaia indi of theSootchlite plastic, althOQfih the appeaufice of ttie bua In daylight la nqehanged. 1^ ' greatly Inc^tiiaasa tlw u£o^ of Mrs, Whitton In Richfield Finals ^ Redyood valley News 'REDWOOD VALLEY, May'26.— The P.T.'A . observed Fathers' niglit at their fneetiiig Friday evening •with a •potluck supper. The mem- beys of the schpol board 'were also iipnored guests. Other members atid their families enjoyed the fellowship together and foliowirig the suppeir a picture depicting the origin of human growth was shown by Leonc(rd Swenspn, director of audip-yisijal education. Mrs. p. T. Ravsfles, the outgoing president, will lea'vethe pffice for Mrs. Earl Lihdley the coming year. Others who will have office are Mrs. E. Butpw, vice president; Mrs. T. L. Jameson, secretary; IVIr. E. Butow, treasurer, and T. M. Jameson, auditor. Installation of the officers were presided over bj* Mrs!' Robert Smalley of Potter 'Valley. A budget report of the school finances was given by John pakes, principal. The ladies of the C.S.S.A, enjoyed Thursday afternoon •with Mrs. John Muir and Mi-s. Roy Yarbrough at the Muirs' new home which is on a Kill commanding a lovely view. Ice cream arid sweet delicacies were served to 20 ladies. Mrs, Roy Williams and Mrs. Earl Lindley will entei-tain at the clubhouse on June 3, Elbert Holland was at the Sunday school Sunday morning and will come again on the fourth Sunday in June. Mr. Holland has worked out a Iielpful program which should prove very interesting to the young people. • Mrs. T. M. Jameson returned home Friday from Ashland, Oregon, after an extended yisit with her, father, her two brothers, and their; families.'_ yfhile crogsiijg^the Sierras a 'hea^vy snp^wstpriTi. was encountered and for a ' v^ile it seetned they would be. blockaded. On \Mr6. Jameson's return "hoine she stopped in Vallejo for a day witi\ her daughter; "Mrs. Mairion Wright and family. ' " !Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'Thpmpgpn enteritained' in their' home;'last week Mr. and Mrs. Libby of tps Angeles. The Libbys like'the northern part of California and may decide to find a location in' this vicinity. At the school , election Friday, John Pringle and Will Wainip were elected for another term. The Lee Trowbridges who kept open hpuse for their many friends in the bay. area, entertained the past week Mr. and Mrs. C. Hbllz. Mr. and Mrs. E. Moon of Oakland and Mr. and Mrs. J. Dqnzler from Hayward. The hospitality of Mr. arid Mr;;. Frank Schoenleitner was sliared with their friends fi'om San Francisco, Mr; and Mrs. R. Buschmarin, Mrs. A. Berleubpck • and Mr. end Mrs. Stru'pver elver tlie weel^end. Miss Donna Brown is still confined to her liome by illness which has necessitated a long absence from her high seliool classes. Mr. and Mi-s. Dave TrUmbiy of Caziidera were in the valley Sunday calling pu former neighbors and friends. Total rainfall to date is: Total to April 30 ...31.69 in. Same d^te last year 22.58 iii. Storm April 27 tp 30—-,: 1.95 in. Total for April.... 7.88 in, Tot^-for ^W^rch,!—).^-':-;.,-^ i §.87 in. Mrs.^ Ira Whitton was winneu m a golf match with Mrs. Ruel Sticknpy Tuesday when they playedion the municipal course, in the semi-finals for the Richfield trophy. She won four and two. Finals will be played on or be- fpre June 6 after Mrs. Ellowese Pgaroer and Mrs. John Manning have- played their semi-firjal match and Mrs. 'Whittoh meets the winner. . ,Tlie Tuesday match was also the occasion for the regular meeting of the Ukiah Women's Golf club, in ths clubhouse'where Mrs. Beamer presided. The Ukiah club will be co-hostesses'with Healdsburg's women golfers at the June 8 tournament in Sonoma. Others matched in Tuesday's consolation round play were Mrs. Herbert l^Ipy\;ell wlio won over Mrs. Lilburn Gibson, and Mrs. Frank Branson, loser to Mrs. Joseph Weber. • - ' ; MISS AUPREY HOLLENBECK HEPORTED IMPROVING Miss. Audrey ''Holly'; "HoUeUr beck, who has been seripusly ill in Ukiah General hospital witli influenza, is reported improving under the, care of. Dr. Artluir Miller. Slip expects to remain in tlie hospital a few days longer. Miss Hollenbeck teaches history in Ukiah High School, since shp was discharged from the army where slie liad tlie rank of major in the W.A.C. Before entering the service.she taught physical education in the high scliool here. I TO MARE ISLAND HOSPITAL I Abel C.ai-lson was taken to the M,are Island Hospital Monday by Lance & Zimmerman. The city pmbulance wns enrpute to Boonville with a patient and the emergency ambulance was used and driven by Harold Zimmerman. • : Admiral Standleys Celebrate Golden Wedding Anniversary In San Diego Miss Eliza!?etjj JphPSW, a niece of Mrs. Chfirlotte Sundquist and cousin to Mrs. W. H. Parker and B^igs Agpes ^un^quist, and a for- rrier ejnploye here of the Pacific Telephone Company, passed away May 19 at Grand RapidS, Michigan, of H heart attack. Miss Johnson was employed here about 18 months. Don't forget to vote in the primary election; June 1. their baseball teams. . . Everybody is waiting to see what kind of uniforms the girls will choose. The 50tli anniversary of 9 wedding performed in Ulciah 6n May 26, 1898, is being observed in San Diego this week where relatives and friends of one of Ukiah's most famous sons, U. S. Admiral W. H. Standley, and his wife, the former Eva Curtis of Ukiah, have gathered to celebrate their golden wedding. It was Jl o'ylpck on that 'Saturday morning when young Ensign Standley went to the altar wtih 6ne of Mendocino county's mpst popular young school teachers. Files of old papers do not reve^il where the marriage'lppk place, but the Rev. O. S. Barnum officiated in the presence of close relatives and a few friends. The grpom had graduated froai Annapolis three years before and was then on his way about to become a distinguisli- ed naval officer, an acting secretary of tlje navy and later, ambassador to Russia during the last war. He is the son of one of the county's best remernbered sheriffs, J. M. <Dpc) Standley. Among the guests at the golden wedding celebration this wepk are his two siis- ters of Ukiah, Mrs. J. A. Jamison and Mrs. Louis Hiidreth who left for San Diego Tuesday, Their famous brother-who retired from naval service after he was instrumental in getting bay bridge con- .^truetioii approved before the last GOES EAST FOB PRISONER Sheriff B. G, Qrpaddua left Monday morning for St. Clcud, Minnesota, to bring here for trial Henry Broiler whc is wanted in connection with the theft last summer of the automobile belonging to Harry Howard of Hopland. ' ' ""' • •• FORMAL INSTALLATION ceremonies led by Mrs. CUa BUIIAT (l0(.t), district president of Business and Professional Women's club, in.', ducted into office, reading left to right, Mrs. Gay Keep. Mn. Baaw- Webb, Mrs. Zella Dennen, Mrs. EHnore Lawrance (president). Mrs.' Myrtle Eglin, Mrs. Alta BtkUou and Mrs. Juai^ita Bradshavr. Mrc- Audrey HoUingsworth, treasurer, was not present.—Journal piioto H MEMORIAM RUSH MORGAN ANDERSON Born in Belaire, Ohio, Rush was taken by his parents, John S. and Susan Anderson, at the age pf two years to Grand View, Missouri. Here he grew to manhood, go^ng to school and 'jvorkihg on hiS father's large farm. About the time of reaching his majority, he spent' two years working in Butte City, Montana. Returning to Grand View he took over the management of his father's farm until in 1894 he decided to farm on his own and purchased a ranch in Howard county, Missouri. Here he did his flrst major job of carpentry by building a commodious honie of liis own. In 1902, yielding to the persuasions of an older brother, he sold his holdings and came west to the fi-uit country at Hood River, Oregon, where he made some of the closest friendships of his life. In the fall of 1907, the renewed urge to till the soil and improve a place of his own led him to Round valley, and here, until,his retirement in 1942, he continued to farm and improve his ranch one-half mile nortli of Covelo. Here his building of the soil and methods of tilling it gave him the satisfaction of raising the largest pumpltins and watermelons ever grown in Round valley. During these years, too, he built many residences and large barns in tho community and it has been said, i "These are his monuments." i On June 11, 1923, he married Sadie Rokes McMurray, and tp- . geiher they continued to improve . the ranch home pnd share in . activities of the commupnty. To his wife, relatives and ftieijfiB there m auPther monument to l)|s memory; his characteristic; trails.. Of kinapess, patiepcprand cpofiidr eratiori; Rush liad a gciiiui^ for. co'nstructioij and rerOOUgtructiiQp, planning and repiodeiipg, but during the time that his hBn (is tpugt needs remaiu idle there wqs never, a comiJlaint that he cpwjjj npt, carry on the wprlt he loved. When it became advisable to move into Covelo, bis main inter-. ests were watching passersby aiid greeting, almost daily,, the friends who dropped in to chat with hlsii. Tp their f'How are you?" His answer always was, "Fine." To .Ris wife 's queries his reply invariably was; "Quit your worrying,- I'm all Hght." • In his attitude of cheerful a.c- ceptance of come-what-may thgre . is a sermon stronger tlian words; a lesson that will be remembered even by, the little children wlio loved to come and sit near, him.' • He had rounded out 84 years of a Gopd Life when his tired heart ceased to beat on the night of April 20, 1948.'There remains '.to revere his mcmoi-y his wife and one sister, the last ot a family of sevenj Mrs) Liicy Fuqua of White Water, Kansas, and many. nephsiUrfe and nieces and a wide, circle , Pf friends. SPEND WEEK IN NAPA Mrs. EUaniaye Ponsonby and daughter' Lewayne just returned from a week's visjt in Napa. They stayed at llic home of Mrs. Ponsonby's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Anderson. While there they visited friends and relatives in Napa arid Vallejo. SAJj^ BRuifo: VISITOR^ Mr. and J\Irs. A. L. B.ryson and two children, DonnijB and Bruce of San Bruiio were vsitors on Frir day, May 21, in.the home of Mr, and Mrs. Adam Jess, 520 West Standley strefet. ' - war, was.called back into service and appointed by President Roosevelt as ambassador to Russia in 1942. He wapjabrn in Utjiah Dec'enri- ber 18, IS/.i;, served ip the Sppnish- American war apd was onpe presented with a gold swprd by Atty. John McNab of San Francisco, another distinguislied Ukiahan and his boyhppd chum. The jStandleys have four children. Among Mrs. St^ndley's rplotiveg jjre her sis- tei-s, MrjS. ,C. B. Johnson'of San Jose, Mrs. 'ttarry Kister apd Mrs. Harrj Tr^nsue of Richmond, Mrs. Walter Howe and Mrs. Hugo King of Alameda and Mrs. W. Lazarre of San Fi-ancisco. EXPIORE THE WEST SAVE MONEY ...I01V Fores fo Vacation Centers EvefYwhere Make a real "pleasure strike'- on your vacation this year ..,trBvel .by Greyhound! Ride related in air-conditioned comfort... glorious sights seeing along scenic highways. 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