Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on June 18, 1948 · Page 5
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Ukiah, California
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Friday, June 18, 1948
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Sytl^JiKNB 18/1948 lOVEIJOt. Jiihe, 16.—Mrs. Mary ,vv;agner,.daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I^JPratak. Haydon, returned to • San anclscoJ; Friday after a- short ^JwiBit ''herfl''with rel *tives. M'^S; 'Ijopha Hamon of the^ Ha- iWon. Realty Company made a ibuainess trip to San Francisco Sat J 'uforay atid returned Wednesday. Itev.' 'land Mrs. Ernest DeFord l^are away ^t the Methodist annual ;)!confetence. There will' be- no TphurcJi-services at,tl?e,mission on Si'Sunday^ Ji»ue 20. I^ecause of the •^DejCor^s' absence there will be ho i^JJtessenger next week. Plans afe being made for a big :enlo ^'Fourth of July celebration on the )nor« reservation wlfh Carl Delgado as irner chairman. They hope to have a ed 1: irerbE ^fbecue, a good, program and >f M f games with fun for all. Everyone erso: - iS. welcome. cd, I • Mrs. Blanche Dorman returned c an : Supday night from San Francisco, Hall (! Where She went to consult her eye inipr ; specialist., Spl •' . teroy Bird, recent shop 'teacher Mij-i'at the high school, and Frank Mc- ^aiir; principal of the grammar ihool, will aeave June 20 for imiilerschop.l at Areata. , Xn'.the absence of the Sunday SQliooi superintendent of Covelo [it Federated church, Leroy Bird, tss Glenna Barrass will. perform duties of that office. Graduation exercises were held at the Reservation grammar school Wednesday evening, June 16; ,' Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Begley spent last.weekend visiting in the bay, area..They saw Mr. and Mrs. Ril ifWiiWrd , Bru^h and Mr. and Mrs. STel '!!-..., I ...III J,,.: ...I I I DISPATCHil^M©@«IBp/t3KtAH;'CA^lF0IRto Speakers knikiah FTag bay beiTy shortcake fln,cj coJree.;w^g ^ei;Vf(^. .... iv, V,;.: • Little La'kei Qran£$, m^t Ji^n i 10. Business ittclud^d the-qPEO»°t' •fjnpnt of Jo>ifl. Secri ^ti past .maytec 'to the pxoqutive bodrd and the preceniaticn t |t hts past, master'ii ;mn, Plops ,w«W; 'in^e. for., the vjsit of ihePomo Grange fjens or JTune 27. Refreshments of appUi pie.'a lii,',mode anjd iqoffeQ were.; servsd, by'iMr, an4' Mrs\.',;l>oi» iVtuir, Mr .and'Mrs. Ernest,6ntcj^- well and Megdame^ jLorrj^me Al- iyn and, Sopfila SWartz:., V i:: in, celebration, pf Lor^ne; May.- nard's third birthday, June 9, her' .mother, was hostess to Mrs. Jean, .Krupieka i and Roberta, Jepn, Mrs. Cliet English, and' Oai^y, Mrs.' Y; E. Specht, and Dennisj Mrsi Ruth Charters and: Beverley and Karen Maynard. Another' WiUits'.youngster, celebrating a birthday this week was Teddy Mack, son of Mr. and Mrs. WlUiam Mack, June,, 10 -was his eighth birthday ahd, brother .Tom- mVi Mrs. .Wayne Maynard, Ijofene bud Karen, Mrs. Tracyv Batrlck and Charles, Mrs;.Bosa; Kent, Sii-. yjla, Charlas: and, Jackie;oMrs. Ag-' hes 'Birnlngham, Jean'.-and iBuddy,- Utrs Irene Gatej, and Paul, AJliert Bartolomei, V Glenda* Gary, and •Billy, his' grandaprents,' Mr. and •lArs. Walter Mack,, Sharon •Wil-. IjJUghbyj J)anny, Da,yid' and: Mary 'Dpskam, Caroland GeorlieFowler :came ov*r'to bring, wishes and •gifts. The tiered cake was a mps- tprpiece with,: its white . frosting, eight red candles and other red rose decorStipns. Tlie guests wqfe served Ice cr6iim, cake and punch or coffee. • - - i ' ' A party "Wgs recently •held'^ at the home .of Mrs. Midge Harrah. Games .and prizes were enjoyed wiiile • the hostess served tasty sandwich'loaves and coffee^ Mabel Keideli Bptty Ijewis, Lena Harrah, Velda Harrah, Dora Donaldson, Lorrame Lewis,. Mildred Hill were the guests. ,' Mrs. Gertrude Zanella invited I a. group of friends over Thursdajr night. After the entertainment was completed, the ladies enjoyed highly decorative cup cakes, hot fudge sundaes and coffee. 'Those partaking were.Mesdames Blanche lies, Francis Pulleri, Pearl- Bean, Florene, Schloegel, Jean : Zanella, Peggy Crocker, Gay fcameron, Carol Harms, Elizabeth Krch, Mil- drpd Hill, Doris Elliott and Verna Wolff. Mrs. Krch won the door prKe, a silverand glass, jelly dish complete with"servmg spoon. . A joint shower honoring Mesdames Beverly Anderson; and Louise • Wooley was staged .last Monday night by Cblleen Smith arid Pauline Safford at the St. l^anois .janch on Sherwood road 'J to find JBobby's children sick with f^="''"V°'' 2"^!^^ teachers of wH ishni ion ospl Duii ers are !y i ti) Ilphert ,}3egley. They .were sorry LEFT TO RIGHT are Supeiipr Judge Lilbum Gibson; Dean Maddox of San Francisco, speaker of the day; Mayor Forrest Hughes, Miss Baker, Mr. Maddox's secretary, and Ed Jennings, exalted rtilot of Ukiah Elks, principals in the Elks Flag Day eeremonies. POTTER VALLEY, June 16.--Last week was a week of great measles. Mrs. Bertha , Haydon left Covelo June is with her son-in-law, ftaymond Langland, going to the city, to consult her doctor. While . iri San Francisco for two weeks she Will stay at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Helena Langlandi VjReV. E. B. Carey announces a Fathers Day sermon for Sunday, Juii'e 2p.,All fathers are Invited to come arid learn the true meaning oiq. O, D. (Collect On Dadi. The nj^ssag?, Why Go To Church, has been postisoned until June 27. Donald Bauer, who has had such gtipd resistance for such a long time, expected to escape the niieasles but gave up .Tuesday when a^ the symptoms arrived. Mrs. Cecil Hart is enjoying a yisjt from h^r, sister, Miss Elenor Stockton of Eureka. 'A bridal shower, was given for Mrs. Alan Jamison Saturday af- 'Vternppn at the Federated, church gsflors'.wlth Mrs. Mable McCombs sjhd MBS . Winnie, Hurt as hostesses. I'Jtie': program .era^^ by Jeanne Scott, recitation by Ber••|ha Haydon., Mrs. E. V. A. Mur- ifey talked on Indian customs and the'juriior choir sang. Afterward refreshments pi pake,.fruit jejlo, tea and coffee were served^ Mr, and Mrs. Robert Grabtree are parents ,of. a son born at the feftkesidft hospital Monday,. June 14. Mr. Crabtree works at the ^aird- 'i?anfch and Mrs. Crabtree has b?en' codlcing there. " .The Federaied church missionary meeting will' be held on Thur3da .Y, .June 24, with Mrs. Beatrice Lovell as chairman. Come and let us show our interest in this worthy work by. having a large and interesting meeting. Ed Betts passed away Monday, June 14. Mrs. George Newhall is confined to the Lakeside hospital. RoUand Squires, is in the hospital, -i y- Jackson Piibljsher Greatly Respected The death of Warren E. Read, editor and publisher of the Amador Dispatch, in Jackson, on June •4, took one of northern California's best known and respected -»jeekly editors. He was the brother % T. A. liead of Ukiah who, with his wife v/as called to Jackson for the funeral while they were visiting in, San Bruno. The publisher who was born of ^pioneer family in Middletown, September 1, 1864, had owned the Dispatch since June, 1927. Prior to that he had owned papers in Loyalton and Sebastopol. He was affiliated with Royal Arch Masons in Sutter Creelc, Union Lodge. 58 of 'Masons .in, Sacramento, .„the Lions Club and Eggpls in Jaclcson. Besides his brother in XJkajh, Mr. Read, is survived by his widow, Maud Fraser , Read, three daughters, Betty Read,, Margaret Podesta andBarbara Bierce and a br9ther Rjfilph Read of Middletown.' There are also six grandchildren. Newspapers tirroughout northern Calif omia paid tribute to Mr. Read as a man of high integrity, sincerity and courage who, beginning at the age. of 13 when he entered his father's newspaper office in Middletown, lived up to thfe high responsibilities of lUs profession. the high and, elementary schools Joint commenc'emerit .exercises were held Wednesday evening m the auditorium of the grammar school. Selections were played by the high school band and glee club and by the elementary school glee club, under the direction of Mr. Mooney, with Mrs. Hees accompanying. Helen. Christofferson was valedictorian of the high school group. Forrest Hughes of Ukiah gave a splendid and entertaining talk oil some of his experiences while iri • a German prison camp. Diplomas were given but "by Clyde Eddie and Bronson Gillogly. A feature -of the program were tributes given to the two retiring teachers, Mrs. Frost and Mrs. Wes - terman. In behalf of many former friends and pupils Janet Bilstein presented Mrs, Westvriian with a lovely overiflght bag and Janet Eddie presented Mrs. Frost with a beautiful record cabinet and two vases. The ball at the gymnasium concluded the evening. Thursday the;'; high school .students and the pupils of the seventh and eighth grades had picnics on Blue Lakes and Mud Lakes. Wednesday, Mrs. E. A. Spotswood took the pupils of grades one, two and three to the zoo ii i San Francisco. Mrs. Bonham drove the school bus and Mrs. Spotswood was assisted by Mesdames Owens, Cook, Shelton. The children ate tbeir lunch on, "the playground, at the ZOO/and enjoyed every minute of the trip. ' , ' Thursday the pupils of grades four, aye and six made the same trip with Herman Meyer driving and Mrs. Norman and Mrs. Westerman in ch&rge. Thep^ , wer«! assisted by Mrs. Kirtlink and Mr?. Meyer. These childrenjtpd, were yejry enthusiastic abpiij the trip. ' Friday Mr. and Mrs. Clark and Mrs.; "Westerman took ning of the eighth grade graduates to S?ri Francisco-to enjoy the weekend, Trips to the zoo, museum, aquarium, beach, a Chinese dinner arid the show made tlie' two days'pass all too rapidly. On the way home the travelers were entertained in the lovely new home of Mrs. Foster in Santa Rosa. Friday, the members of the liigh school senior class tools, their annual horseback trip to San Hedrin, sponsored by Horace Weldon, They returned home Sunday, tired but happy. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Frost accompanied the students. SPUHRS IN O-AKEAND Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spurr of 334 Jones street, were in Oakland Junp,g, and Mr. .Spurr attended a meeting that Saturday night of Knights of the Red Cross of Constantine of St. Phillip's Conclave, , York Rite, Masonic order in the j "^Leamington hotel. The people of the community Were very sorry to hear that Charles Wallace had resigned as high school princ.ipal to accept a position in the high school at Torrance in southern California. This was a step ugward which Mr. Wallace could hardly afford .to ignore much as he regretted leavr- ing Potter. During th? two year's the Wallaces have been here they have been very popular. All W |ish them great success in their new home. Monday e%'ening they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clark and Tuesday evening, before leaving for the south, they dined with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Norman. Mr. Wallace will attend summer school iri the south and Mrs. Wallace and the childj^n will go east t6 Buffalo and Canada to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Eddie and Bill of Dinuba are visiting Potter realtives. Tuesday they and Mrs. Scott Clark drove to the coast to see, Mrs. Clark's mother, Mrs. Anderson, who is recovering from a paralytic stroke. The Eddies, left Tliursday for their, home. Next week Don will enroll at the College of the Pacific for the summer session. The friends and pupils of Fred Mooney are sorry that he is con­ fined m the. "UJciah General Hospital with a very serious throat infection. Mr. and Mrs, Daniel Boone^and small son of Inglewood were houseguests last week of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Ingels: Mrs. Hunt and her grandson, Edward Clark, left Monday ftxr her home in Capitola where Eddie will visit- for a few weeks.- Miss' Annie Cole left Saturday for Berkeley where she will visit with friends and realtives for part of the summer. Monday morning Miss Marguerite Cole and Mrs. E. A. Spotswood left for Stockton to attend the annual conference of the Methodist church, which js being held there this week. Jack Kennedy of Longvale was in Potter Monday. The Keimedys, who formerly lived on Eel river, are now living m Longvale. Mrs. Kennedy has secured a school in Willits. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil, Norman, Miss Ruth Poland,. Carol Coker and Christine Wallace drove to Gravelly- valley, then on home through Lake county Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Annis and children have moved to the mountains where Mr. Annis is working and will remain there for the summer. Miss Dorothy Potts announced her engagement to James Burris on commencement night by, showing her friends a beautiful diamond ring which she is wearing. Miss Rose Knighten is also wearing a diamond on the third finger of her left hand. She will soon mari-y Mr. Seymour of San BYancisco. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wallace attended the wedding in Ukiah Sunday of Miss Adrienne North and Leonard Svenson. ^MjjS. E,. .A. .Spotswood entertained, the inembers of the Dessert BridgeiiCliib .,at lier .home last ^hiirsday;evening,/.; Besides the club member?., Mrs. Spotswood's guests, included Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pauli, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clark, Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Biifford,. Mr. and Mrs. Howard :Prooks, lyirs., 5ern Hees and Fred Mooney. , . .. Mr,, and •; Mrs; E. :W. iVamum cam?, dpwp from pj-egon Tuesday tp visit, : Mr... .and Mrs. Lloyd Hughes. The ladiep are sisters. Dr. and Mrs. Lipnel Murphy and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pickle drove to Clear Lake Sunday to launch the Murphey-s new; motorboat , Mr. and Mrs. Downs, with Stanley Downs and Rosada Hines left Reno Friday where Stanley for, and Rosada entrained for Chicago." 'i 'he Downs returned here Wednesday. Mrs. Harold Marshall and sons Hal and Kenny were in Santa Rosa Wednesday where Hal took his final exaniination at. the-Junior College. Beginning. Sunday, .June .20, the PpUer. Valley Garage, wilj be closed orie' week*^'whiie-'Mr;- and Mrsi /Marsh ^iX and '.sons pr& away on a well-earned. Vacation. MfllilTS NEWS WILLITS, June .-12.^^tr^riger m.ents are being .'made .by veterans' servive ' officer,; Fred -Fodrd,, for the entrance of Axel, GiUberg. into a- veterans;: hosprtal... The ac-' tion, was necessitated wlien :fn '6;; cohsumed, the Spanish -War ;'V«t-| erjn-ls.r house on Franklin ;>^tre?t,^ The fire .evidently, started ..when Mr.,.Gillberg .was, starting .a' fire- in the kitchen stove .with wood heavy with pitch and the flame got beyond control. Having; no relatives, Mr. GiUberg has coni sented to entering a hospital .for veterans. With his departure from WiUits goes- a third of the- lo??! veterans of the Spanish War or.- ganization. Still remaining wilh memories of those days of long ago are Herman Flich and Carl Morest, who will undoubtedly miss him. Purely Personal Mrs. Clinton Whitaker and son Bruce have left for Oregon tc visit acquaintances and return With Mrs. Whitaker's mother. Mrs. Fleta Bartoiomei is at ihe Ho-ward hospital for treatment by Dr. R. B. Snfalley. Mrs. Ck E. Fowler and .children are leaving for San Diego for a vacation. . Mrs. Ray Prettyman recently ireturned from visiting m Fresmp and Bakersf leld. . Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Specht motored to San Francisco. June 11 on invitatior^of the Sunset Building & Supply Company to the opening o^ a new branch, and bousewartri- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne. Maynard and daughters left Saturday for a motor trip that will take them to Nebraska and lylinnesota. Accompanying them is Mrs. Maynard's father, who has been .a house guest. News of an exchange of vows between Lois Hoffman andiLes Larson, in Fortuna was recently received., by Veda Pietronavei the bride's sister; The, Mendocino Truckers As- sociaiion has postponed* their meeting until June 18. Attorney and Mrs. A. G. Lyons were San Francisco visitors during the week. , tiag Day Reception CommiHee A,iPQRTIPN of the hundreds who went to tho municipal airport. Sunday tp meet the incoming plane which brought Dean Maddox ^^$an Francisco to Ukiah -where ha was the speaker at the Elks .Itla^ Day CGTomonies. i , -, it News From Hopland I HOPLAND, June 16. — The JUnior-Senior banquet at Duncan [^Springs was an event which will JOng be remembered; especially by the juniors and seniors. The decorative appointments were seasonal flowers -with a special centerpiece of rOseS .and, ins on .the speaker 's table. The ,girls wore formals as varied and colorful as the decorations. A 4-course chicken dinner was served and between courses group sln^^in^ am - specialties were featured.-' A solo. My Hero, was sung -by Verna Minter, a duet, Now Is thfe Houri by Marlon Stuts- nTan and Verna Minfer, and group singing," Verna Minter. road the class' prophesy, and Bea Prinselaar read.theolaste -Will-; The dinner was attended^'by-,the parents of the graduates, trustees and high school facuity(• numbering .55. At- the speakers' table were John Wood- wortht principal of the high school; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bunch and a guest, Mrs. Frank Schieber, Jolene Metzler, Claire Cake, Bud Abert and Jerry Harpe, president of the ,Juiii ,oir,class. - Foliowmg dinner the Junior.- 5^nior prom-took place m the high school gym-With the public-invited. The entrance was a long archway of red roses and fern woven pn wire- and lath. A white picket fence with red rosea enclosed the oreheistra. In another corner was a patio .o,r trellises where realistically, fern and.roses grew, and N^herelawn swings and chairs were, placed. In the center of the floor was a fountain built of rock covered with moss and fern. Dry ice was in the fountain With MesdarftesEarlene.Whitta-fwith enough water to make a k% JTivian'Haseawferdt.Elouise-spray with a green spotlight play- A++encf Uncle's Funeral In Berkeley tuesday in Berkeley Jiw\o 8 to attend the funeral of Lou whittach. Who died Jiine 6, w«re Mr. and Mrs. ^i-thur Romer, Marvin: Romer,. Mrs. John Parducci and Mrs. Ida M. Romer. Mr. Whittach was an uncle of Marvin and .Arthus; Romer and Mrs. Parducci." , , ,; He was well -known, iri Ukiah and had many friends, here during the time he workpd at sign painting from which he was retired at tiie.tiine ofiriis^death. He is also survived by a son, Melvin Whit­ tach, who visits frequently with relatives here and in Covelo. IT PAYS TO TRADE IN UKIAH , Rusines^. accomplished dwjng th6 meeting of the WiUits Lions Club included the atmouncement that election of officers will be heild-at the next meeting. July 1 was decided upon as installation date and the Lions will escort their ladies. The place is still under discussion, with Quadrio Park , favored. Plans for their annual barbecue were discussed at the American Legion's meeting on June 8. Report of the nominating comrnittee was read and accepted. How;ever, nominations from the floor; will remain open until election at their next meeting. PrepEMring For Roundup With the great celebration of Frontier Days less: than a month away, residents are- already donning their western togs, local store window decorations are in keeping with the Frontier Days theme and whiskers and b^^rds-are veyy much in evidence. "The Valley Decorating Company has started decorating the building and the light streamers across Main street will be up and lighted soon. With all the- time;' effort,and thought, the firemen, their aiixiliary and Pth?r groups have put into it, this year's shindig will be the topper of tops! .Don't forget to make arrangements to participate in the caravan on June'20, A food sale is the pjx>ject> by which the members .nf the Methodist Young Women's Guild h(-pe:<o ease at least an i'ota pf suffering of the children of Europe and Asia. All profits derived from their food" sale on June 26 wilj be donated to the Children's Crusade. Plans wei'e also discussed for the oi'ganization's annual summer outing. Refreshments of straw- Whlted, .Carla.-Bertain and Barbara> Whitney- as- guestss Unable to attend in person-were Mesdames Marian! Waud, Helen Bartow and Carol Harms. Sandwiches,., salad and punch' were served. For entertainment theladi^s participated in gue.sslng, games. The. latest bvy for househunting veterans aire 1200 "packaged houses" 'oSered bjf - the - State . Depart- trierit' of Veverans-. Affairs. The buildings can be made into: a 2-ba,th; ,3-bedroom house. Total sale' price will be undefc $1000. Interested veterans should contact yetetan sei^ice officer, ;Fred Foord;^ to make- the necessary application and all iriformation. A photostatic ori certified> copy .of dischargeja needed." i- '.' 'in tbe :ab8ence <of:.Rptary President-• i^usaell EUsi Bill .Stringer presided, at Monday 's meeting. They viewed a colored film of the nine ...RedWQpd Empire, counties, shown by .Frank Boucher, .Redwood Eriipire Association representative. , . f.- . W.I.C. Installation Installation of officers in the Willits . W.I.C.. was held Friday, Junell, at Brooktrails ranch.- Against a b.ackground of bright roses, Mrs. George Barcklow installed- the officers with an impressive candlelight service. Each officer carried a colored candle and Wore a lei of the same shade. The candle carried by the newly elected president, Mrs. Charles Swift; was white as was that carried by- the first vice-president, Mrs. Vernon Haselwerdt, Sr. Orchid was the color for the second vice-president, Mrs. Lee Williams, While th(it of the treasurer, Mrs. Nev«'-Watson,.-was yellow and that of. the secretary,'Mrs. Earl Johrisori, >was^ green. Aftetjrinstal- lation;. the out-goingpr«aide;nt, Mrs. Williams, was- pneaented a gift from the executive.bpard by Mrs. George Peterson.!MrkiPeter- gon Will be in charge of. the book section of the cliib lar ^d • publicity will be handled hy Mrs. W. T. Saxon. This was the last meeting of the; group thia year.. They- will resume their session on-September 10. The -menaher? present had a grand - time and enjoyed the creamed chicken,- salad. and cake lopped with whipped-eroam, ed on the fountain. Green and white streamers decorated the ceiling. Greeptt's orchestra furnished the dance music. . Hopland Schools Closed The commencement exercises brought out a large attendance of parents, relatives, friends and teachers of the graduates of the two schools, filling the high school gymnasium. The programincluded the processional by Mrs. Inez Philbrick; Invocation, Rev. Charles G. Lihdemann;. .ciarinet duet, Elaine LaMastus and Betty Sullivan; valedictory; grammar school, Carol Stutsman, and Lillian Proctor; mixed quartet. Bells of St. Mary's; Claire.Cake, Jo Ann An- derspn,. Marion Stutsman, Tommy Ashnrst; valediotory, high school, Eddie' Pina; splci, Iridian Love Call,: Verna_Minter; address. Look, ing Forward; WiiUam G. Shackleton, Ukiah; soio. Because, Tommy Ashurst; presentation of grammar school graduates, Frank Schieber; presentation of diplomas, Charles Hetzel; trio. Commencement Day, Marion. Stutsman, Jo Ann Anderson, Claire Cake, accompanied by Nancy. Harpe , Presentation' of high school graduates, John Wood- woi-th; presentation of diplomas, Tt^ornas Ashi}r,st; Star Spangled Banner, assembly; accompanist, Mrs. Inez Philbrick; benediction. Rev. Charles G, Lindemann; recessional, Mrs. Inez Philbrick. Hopland. Union High School Graduatesj'Roland Buckman, Howard Harrison, Edward. Hopper, Charles La Delle, .lolene Metzler, Verna Minter; Edward Pina, Beatriz Prinselaar, Roberto Prinselaar, who is in the navy and uriable to be present to receive his diploma, his mother was present m Bob's place. Hopland Union Grammar School Graduates: George Feliz, Jake Leding, Lillian Proctor, Philip Shoemiike, Jimmie Simmons, Carol Stutsman, Richard.Stutsman, Billy Sullivan, Alfred Gene Welch arid Kenneth Whittaker. Class colors, yellow and white; class mottto. Honest EffPrt Brings Success. Frank Schieber, principal. The high school graduates wore navy blue caps and gowns arid the grammar school graduates wore gray caps and gowns. Baccalaureate' sei^rices at the Hopland high school auditorium were opened with the Processional, played by Mrs. Addie Minter, followed by the hymn. Onward Christian Soldiers. Father Rodger .Anderson gave the invocation; Patricia and Marlene Hetzel, a clarinet duet; Little Brown Church was sung by Marion Stutsman, Claire Cake and Toiiirny Ashurst, accompanist, Nancy Harpe. My Rosary, by Verna Minter, accompanied by her mother. The hymn. Holy, Holy-, Holy, was followed by the'bene­ diction by. Father Anderson and the recessional played by Mr;.. Addie Minter. A weiner roast and picnic was given in honor of Rene Abert who is home on leave from the na-vy at Wonderland Tuesday evening. The place is south of the River Side auto • court and a favored spot for swimming and picnics. -Those attending were Bob Zano^ toe, Caroline Miliar, Betty Sullivan; Jerry Harpq, Douglas Hook -t er, Mable Davis, June Heitz, Bea Prinselaar, Linda Prinselaar, Verna Minter, Claire Stutsman, Barbara Stutesman, Rene Abert, Delia Malone. Bud Abert, Claire Cake and Dorothy Abert.- Mrs. Homer Cake is recovering from an acute attack of neuritis, and though, riot fully recovered is able to be about her duties again. Safford said; .was offered to - the Widow of the lute ..secretary; but she felt her .health; Would -ncit allow her to take the respPnsibillty. How ;bifsy telephonepappie kept accident rate low in communications industry 1. "Learn it the safe way," iqstructQts tell new telephone men. This man is learning to use a screwdriver so the point ciia't hit any gpt of his body. Every detail is impor- < ( taut in building a: safety record that is tops ; in the National Safety Council's 1947 study. WITH MAS0HIT5 CORP. .IIEHE VL^H. MacLeod, Ukiah last ,week_ from the headquarters of the Masonite. CorporatlotL at (phicago and will be With the local offices in tM Preston building dtir- ing the process oJ: organiaing the setup here luider E. T. F; Wohlenberg, general manager of the corporation's local properties. Mr. and Mrs. MacLeod and Mr. MacLeod's father drove west from Colorado. 2.. Th9 pike-pole test makes sure the pole is safe to climb —before a man goes up. In 1947 rules like this made ours the safest of all Council industries with 3.33 disabling injuries per million man-hours. That's five times beHterthan iaverage! Pacifk Telephone's score of 2.76 was better still. f e(ephone'|ofos must be jobs to, attract the capable, peflple fle<ided,,to fui;- aish.gppd spcyice. Gppd p,ii5[, Sfea ^y y/pAj^ai fin employee benefit plan give a strong sense oi security. Comfortable surroundings, vacations and fri«ndly fellow workers help make work pleasant. 3. On the on the fob... safety for others and for themselves comes first with Pacific Telephone people. Al,l work with their famed safety motto in mind: "No job is so important and no service is so urgent that we cannot take time to perform our work safely." ' j The Pacific Telephone M Telegraph Company More than 70,000 poople working together to fur- Pish ever-better telephone service to the West

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