Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on June 25, 1948 · Page 4
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Ukiah, California
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Friday, June 25, 1948
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FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1948 Mary Lou Hm^T^, F^raihef Wedidiiig' Held In Gardens AND CLUB NEWS Weds Jphn M§^ii Majy I^ujlaguire Was a lo^^ly | The Prather-Roush garden wed- •jrl'de in tradKiortal white satihftnd ding In Reynolds Redwoods was had come from far and i near stayed overnight and gathered around a; campfire af ter dusk to exchange reminiscences and- to sing j songs dear to them all through long association. Mr. Roush isthe son of Frank Roush, Yuba City; who was unable to attend. He served in tfi? navy during the war and is now associated with the Rockport Lumber company. Among the friends and relatives present .were Mr. and Mrs. WU- byterian church. 1*6 church v^as friends, Some of whom .hiet,''for beautifully decorated Vith white t^'g fifgf un,e jn years.' < ^tlwJ^v^l^&^'nlHi^ ' The date was Saturday, /une lllam Mellls. Mr. and Mrs. Fred hucfcleberryg «enw and at 6 p m. while the tape's Leonard of Willlts, formerly of were the fortnal smgle-Wng cere- ^j^^^^ Ernestine Prather Sayed lUkiah; Mrs. Kather ne Bmke; Mr. TT,"^?Z¥l ^«!|^'*,tHe wedding lyiarch just and Mrs. Ted Hinds and their A. van aer i^as. '•'•J' (oisen trench doors, M i 1 d re d family; Mr. and Mrs. Arden Gib- The btjfje cajTieto the.altar on -prather cSme Jnto the gja/den'on son, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ingram the,arxn «| hen sl^pfafh^T, F^nkithe'arm 'pf hef father/o stand T.'lMaguJ^^. Heu'gayrB wap fsshi him'Mm "Tk»'^er^^\». from wkieh 3Q memtMis 'o'i |hewvddins' pari? and vililting irelativM Varp wrved, wa* laid with « lacp cloth and nd roMi wei« ifea- lured'in decontiosit'an th« iabls tkid thioughoiil ib» KouM. ' ' MR. AND MRS. JOHN'E.,MASON Fathers Honored By Eastern Star Red roses, blue Canterbury bells and white lilies decorated the chapter hall when Kingsley chapter, Order of Eastern Star met Monday night. Associate Matron Jeanette Hovey presided in the absence of Worthy Matron Thelma Boulwaro. The following candidates received the degree of the order: Mr. and Mrs. Ira Whitton and Mrs. Lorrys McPherson. Mrs. Helen Musser became a member by affiliation. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reiter of Callz de Oro chapter, OaWand; Clare Crirter, Christine McClary and Daisy Lloyd of Clovevleaf chapter, Cloverdale; Jessamine Johnson o£ Riverview chapter, Guerneville, and Mary Holhday of Point Arena. Mrs. Bert Thomton, former Ukiah- an who now lives in Sanla Rosa, was also present. All fathers present were honored in observance of Father's Day and were presented with bistton- jeres and cigars. Betty Farnsworth and Frances Rogers made the presentation, assisted by Irene Miller. Mrs. Hovey greeted the fathers with a poem and Mrs. Ina Branson sang them a song. Refreshments were served in the dining room at tables decorated in'a patriotic theme. Flowers were beautiful combinations ot red, White and blue ,and firecrackers and small nags also decorated the tables. The committee included Mcsdames Frances Rogers, Gladys ^Hansen, Alice Watkms, Iva Shore, 'Wfr, and Mrs. C. R. Yarborough and Betty Farnsworth. .Mrs. Minnie Brown won the mystery prize. The next meeting will be held September 11. Mendocino County Residents At Picnic Between three and four hundred people spread basket lunches in Mosswood Park m Oakland last Sunday and exchanged nostalgic memories of life and times m Mendocino county. It was the 24th annual picnic for ex-Mendocino county residents, orgamzed and promoted each year by Edward and Stella Dean who now live in San Jose. Mr. and Mrs. George Ward of Ukiah were there, greeting the friends who lived on the coast when George Ward was a boy helping around the hvery stable of his father, Charles M. Ward of Westport. They spent the weekend with the Joseph Wileys In Richmond. Mrs. Wiley (Pamela Ward) IS their daughter. ^ At the picnic, exchanging news ot old friends, and looking at pictures of old and new Mendocipo county scenes, they saw Mr. and I white stock and Mis Anrlv Stoll nf TTkmh Kanrv l ^ardemas. Church and reception ioned on princess lines ol chantilly lace 0V& satin'i with.lbng sfee^Jes and a full,- gored skirt., Nylon tfet m fijJg^r-tlp length velleji bei^ facei Her bouquet-was of white orchids ^nd llliesrof-the-VEiJley. She; was attgnijied by Mrs. William A. Broaddus (G^dys .Hull)' of Dixon, wjio wore a pale yelloyir, pfl-shoul- der gown of taffeta ^and carried a fan of orchid carnations with, a yellow bow. SianlBylianev Soloislf The groom stood at the altair With Alex R. Thomas, Jr., while Stanley Lance sang Alyrays and, Because. Agnes Sundquist at the; organ played 'the weeding march, and at the close of the rites, the Recessional. ' The bride's mother, Mrs. Frapk T. Maguire ,wpre a green, white and lilac afternoon print with lull, long sleeves and all-white accessories. Mrs. John Mason, mother of the groom, was gowned in rose crepe with gold accessories. Ushers were Ladd ThomaSi ChiarleS Par-^ ker and Robert F. .Mason, brother of the groom. . At the recepjion which.-loUowed the church rites, attended by about 200 guests, tlie britle" and groom cut their weddmg dake at a table decorated with White stock and beside a' Uank of t^rjns . T^hich made' a natural outdopr ^Itar in t>i^' redyi-ood' grove. ISh^ wore a lovely ankle 'length isheer t>inlr, frotk and a ban^au'-ofv'lJBStel flovlrefs.' HIT bou(iuet waa sw^et p^s and gard^nle^ ^ '' .Dr.'Eich|ard''A .Aran d^'Las officiated as'' she\/BC&hanfefed ;'-v6ws Vlih fflepn A! I^oijisli of Rg<*port where'tHe yourtg''people.will "live when they return from a wedding trip-to' Oregdp Cavffl.v ./^t;er tjie ceremony the ^guests were ipvited inside ^to v'ieW the wedding gifts and enjoy refreshments. :T>ro Wedding CakM The bride cut hpr cake and her husband cut st groom's frUit' cake jvhichwas sery^<l w'itji 'op|;u face sana .wi4h ?s, i>uncb ?nd cpfll'^e. V ^heiiv the newly-w^pds dtoye away .fbey did not leave th^rusual af^er-w^ddingi yfi<i»»u^p' foir njainy of tt)e rejative^ .6nd ;(r!ep4s who of Cummings, also former Ukiah •people., Trom O r Sptlngt Mr; and Mrs. R. E. Beckley, aunt- and uncle of the bride from Orr Springs; Mr. and Mrs. :W111 Van liyke; Mr, and.Mrs. Parducci. The bride's brothers, Robert Prather and his wife and family and Bud Prather and his. wife of Fairfax, the William Prathers Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Searway, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Munson and Mr. and Mrs. M. Slaby and'others related to or of long standing friendship, witii the pioneer Prather and Berkley families. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rlchey.^Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rej*nolds and Claris Beckley, the. bride's grandfather.' Mrs. Hale Prather, the bride's mother, was a member of the Beckley famly. The Prather home at Reynolds Redwood Canip*is' ^5 miles north. ,of Xlklab near ..Garberville. " ^ ^ U^eport Niiptials Unite Charlotte Jones, yernQn I^ypfayy |n BjeautifulCeremony COUPLE BUYS HOME HERE Mr. and Mrs. J. Harris of San Francisco, who expect to retire and make their home in Ukiah, ^^jj^^. will have a beautiful panorarnic ggther. view o£ the valley in the shade of •fine oalcs above the municipal golf course. They have purchased the Dom Tuso home northwest of the c[ty and expept to occupy it soon. Mrs. Andy Stoll of Ukiah, Hanry Linder and his daughter Jettie who now live in Oakland; Clarence Braback of Ukiah and Mr. and Mrs. Delos Patton; Rufus Blnir and his daughter, former Branscomb residents; Leroy Young and his two sisters (their father was Tom Young, long a teacher m Ukiah schools.) Also there, were Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson now living in Aiamedp, who were foiTner residents of Laytonville and now help to keep the records of the Mendocino County society. For next year, the society will make extensive plans to celebrate Its silver jubilee when members meet for the 25th annual gathering. Plans are m the hands of the Deans who are credited with keeping the organization together and prompting, each year, a reunion of old friends which leaves lasting memories of good times to- .e sale was| ...„„^ m 1 Younce, realtor; r made through Lar- Mrs. Ira Whitton of Talmage noon for a weekend visit with her flew to Sacramento Friday after- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Livings ston. ,She returned! by plane on Stihdtly,night.' ::; • Married lriTh«'R6dy/oods I decorations were the work of ^r. and JJHs. Ralph Lewis" of Santa Rosa -with wh6m Mr. Mason is associated in business. Tahoe Honermoen Mr. and Mrs.'Percy" Ombaun, Mrs. Tpjn Meek and Mrs. Al Bpdh- tol Wfre assistant hosts and the ushers assisted the Misses Pat Om baun, Nancy Ford and Carol Cohen m serving sandwiches, cake, punch and coffee. In a going-away suit in melbn shade yflttj white accjents and A grey coat, white mflan sailor trimmed with cherries and blossoms, the new Mrs. Mason andJ^r husband left' for, a 'hdheymoon ^ at Lalce Tahoe and Dofuje^ fc?jF®- After July 'l Ihey wiif tj^ at home at 390 Henley street in Santa Rosa. . Among the guests were' the Lewises with whom. Mr. Mason ]s. associated and Mr. and Mrs. Carlton pf .Santa Rosa, RelstjVe? tjies- ent for the .wedding included Mrs. E. M. Wolfe, matea^al grandnaoQi-, er of the bride; Mr. and Mjrs. John Mason, parents of the grbaidi'iir. and Mrs. L. L. Parkinson, Oakland; Mrs. p. M- Blacfe-yeU, Berkf ley;' Mr.' arid Mrs. 'C: Price Sbd . ,an,d Mr?. Cmit^ P^Pbell. i; Mr. and Mrs.'W. B. Hafdy Mr., and Mrs. Grae• Hpu^qp of Sacramento. ' ' ' • •" - • Mr. Ukiah and Miss ^^hj^a Hardy",qfpajt- land;' Miss'es" Edna ' and Mildred Maguire of Mill 'Valley; Mrs. L. T. Milbuyn of IJaripppa aijd^ BiJfS. libyd Milburii; jr;,' of San Fjran- qispp. ]Mr.j,and:B?rs. IJqyd.y^itch of Ciakland; 'Mr. -and Mrs. L. yV. jClarJc and .Rojjald Cljik, i^erK^ey; Mr. and Mrs. jSharleS Rice, Sfin R,afael; MA. arid-Mi^lLee ,'\!?'right ,i Cotati; Mr.^afid Mrs. Edwih. )A^right ,of .Santa'Rosij..'"' ..-'"''r: Also frpm Santa Rosa were Mr. and Mrs. E.'C^ Cate^'do' aiid Mr., and Mrs. James Wright.. Mrs. Kathe'rine Mas(ih,%rarid nVothe^of the groorn; Mrs. Gertrude Brunton and Mr. and Mre.' Rlbha'rd' firon- ton, all pf Ukiah. MR. AND MRS. GLENN ROUSH (Mildred Prather) married June IS in garden riles in Reynolds Redwoodc, home of the bride's par- ppit. M i. and Mn. Hale Prather. The groom is the son of Frsnk Roush of Yuba City, thoy will make their new home in Rockport. Dr. Zbl+nojFF And Fqmlly Leave On Vacation Trip Dr. Nicholas Zbitnoff, his wife and children, Igor, Alexi, Maxitn and Tamara, left Thursday" ior a trip of three weeks that will take them to Lane Lakes in Saskatchewan,' Canada, .wh,ere ^eywill'vjsit the'.d6ctoi"s mb;ther. " " '' ' He will attend the medical convention in Chicago enroute to Canada. During his absence Dr. K. H. Tutijian of Los Angeles will take care of his medical practice. IT PAYS TO TRADE IN VKIAH »0 ?pTHr -JANE POTTS, wh^i ,wiM marry J«i^e». Bwn| oft cHitTcfa. is"the ^au^ter M)^. and Mis. tlainos ~Pblts of Eel Bjm todm. The gn»n>-«l9ct Uic ieii'of Mr. ^tH Mi*: ^hiid Buriis, Potter Valley raacheis. —Journal engraving . • • i Surpr;s4» Party Giyien Bojr vjyne Goody/ip A surprise birthday party was given for June Goodwin' oy the p. J^. Grpup- of the Full 'Cospel chure'H,' on 'Thursday evening at ifie Gqo^^m home on Barnes sfreet:''' .1. Games were played arid'June op^nid ^-loveiy gifts before re- fr^pljinents of ice cream and cake were 'served'." .Guests, jwho enjoyed ti'e evening' "wifth tHe honoree included ^esdjijigs jjphn Schrurii; Pete Welsh,' Kenneth Baker, J; R. Ed- gap, pong jGo.pdwin, Roy dppdwin,' mother of the honoree; MJ;. and Mrs. Fra^ Keys and b^by and ih'd Mikses' ^une a^d Ja|ie' Ziip- iji^rmaij, Bejity Fenfrocki -JeiTy tPineo and'Barbara Schrumi- MARRIED 'AT RENO, N^VAJDA A Jfcppse was issued _^,i^e.l4, at Reno to Roy McKibben and Alberta Bailey of EuftStn. A marriage of outstanding charm and beauty was the candle light service of Charlotte Orlena Jones and • Vernon Atwell Dunlavy at St. John's Episcopal church m Lakeport on Sunday, June 20tih, at 2:00 o'clock m the afternoon. Rev. R. G: Witt of Ukiah officiated. The bride is the niece of Mrs; E. L. Cunningham of Ukiah. The bride, given m marriage by her father, Judge Benjamin Charles Jones, wore an exquisite gown of white lace over satin. The bodice had an off the shoulder low neckline with long sleeves. The bouffant skirt had a full length tram. Her long net veil was edged with lace and was held by a dainty crown of'orange blossoms. She carried her white Bible marked with a white, orchid and bouvardia streamers. For someth^g old, was the heirloom handkerchief that has been m the family for two hundred years. Four Attendants ' Precedfiig the bride down the aisle were her four attendants. Gwyndolyn Jones was her sister's maid of honor aijd in secondary role were Pafri'cia 'Dunla'vy, sifter of/the groom, Mfs.'Maynard GarrioiV and Miss' Joan Wpil,, Stanford classmates, i'hey wore' idetftical froc^cs of apple green taffeta; fitted bodice; with dfop shoulder necklines;and.full skirts with side panniers. 'Shey carrl^ flower arrangements of glai^loli bopdered with loops^of -sa^in rib- tipn ina'tch'ing t^p wi^atHs' in -jijeir hair which were ' yello.w if or the m^id of honor ai^d t>ink for the bridesmaids. Bill Dunlavy attended his brother as best man. Seating the guests were Maynard Garrison, 'Elbyd Philllpini' and Dennis 'Cunnin'g-' ham, cousin of the bride. Miss Grace Hendricks Was o'rgfinjst. ' "' •phe bridp' wdiSe a,i^ gown of mist graj^' anij a pifeture bat of gold, trljtnmed with 'tulle 'tiie coloif of h'er''g6wn. ,S )ie carried a gold l>ag and ^vore a corsage of talisman rpsebuds. , 'The groom's mother was attired in an enseinble 'of pastel 'pink witli navy blue accessories. :Her cor- Rawles-McCullocli Rites Held Sunday fiarbara Rawles and James Mc- CuUoch took their wedding vows before an all-white flower-decked altir and by candlelight -Sunday^ evening at 7:30 in the Methodist church. • • ' i , When Wilma Rawles, cousin of the bride, had siing I Love You Truly; the wedding procession was led up the center aisle by young brothers of the groom.Ddvld and Larry MdCuUochi bearing the nng on a white satin pillow. Janet and Daphne Rawles, daughters of Mr.' and Mrs, Jess Rawles, were flower girls, strewing blossoms ahead of the procession and > tiny KatMeen Ford, daughter, of the Ival Fords of VaUeJo, ;6arried the white ptayer book. Maid otihonor, Lois Barker, in sheer.^elIow lc!d the bridesmaids, Lucille Rover^ and Kay Rawles (sister of the bride) in pmk, Wllma Rawles arid Sophia Lolonis fin blue and Nadine (Karlund) Triplett in yellow with bouquets of roses and carnations. The.bride, on the arm of her father, ThomasJ). Rawles of Redwood .Valley was in sheer white nylon withia n<t'VeU and she cai-- ri »d a bouquet of ^ffhlte rosebuds with satin ribbon stjr eaijjers. At the altar they' joined -the gropnri^nd 'Cletis Pjilllips, his best nian and grooi^smen C. S. ^allar' gher" and pjobert"' IVilsqn.- Bi^by M.cC^lofii,. ibe ^njoirfs Inrojth^r .^nd "Tppiroy 'RayvK^ Jjprtlier of tlfg^bride, wer^ usieife. The ceremony wa^ perfotme4 by the Rev. pharli^ 'JC. LSi (?.emann. A reception followecl ip the' cKurob socia hs^ ,Tl«Ka^ d^jrdfltons ^^f)iro in colors and featui'ed mUlti-coJor- ed Canterbury J ^ells. "ftje'white: flowe^"bse<l'on the altar in the church were'^ladiolas,'call? lUles,; snap,dragons, Es'ther. Reld' daisies arid criftrsanthemums. ' , ; ' , For her golng-away costujne the. new )VIj;s; McCulloch wore "a rose ta'llleur and 'gold dccessbries. The young couple went to'Late ^ahpe and I>onner Lake arid will return to live in. Redwood Valley where a home will be ^luilt for-them on the,site of the iji^'home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. R. W. Jamison, who later maj-rled^ohn Hollirigsworth. • • < ••' ' Ukiahans Will Go To Geilow Weddliiijg UkiaE .friends and relatives of Patrima Gielow. will be pi'esept when she-goes to the altar on Sunday, June 27, at' Atiburn - for her tpamsge to John A. Pohley of AubtiHJ.' The bride-«lect ' ia •. the daughter of .Mr. and' Mrs. Otto Gielow who lived, in Ukiah before they moved to Auburn about a year ago. .'v''-'' • i Amdrig thpse whoj,wUl be present from .Ukiah for the nuptials aire > Mrs. Elizabeth feielffW, her, grandmother, o£ Talmage; also Mrs. H. C./Sweeney, Mr. and Mrs.' James ;ir8hsen, Mr; andr Mrs. Ken-^ jneth Coles;^ Mr. and Mrs. beorge end^Mr.' and Mn. Edward Spott. Brother And Sister Start Careers 2Ti .1,018 and RALPH THOMPSON. ' daughter and ton of Mr. and Mn. ^. G. Thompson of Luka eounir highwiiy.' ,' ; ''' • Twp In Family Go I^to New Careers In graduation, week, the D. G; iTiompsons, ranchers on Lake county highway near the Forks, saw two of their children launched on careers. Lois A. Thompson, their youngest daughter, graduated June 19 from Santa Rosa Jimipr. college, and at the same tftne' completed her nurse's train- injg m a Santa Rosa hospital. On June 16, their son Ralph left ior San Diego to. begin his training in the Naval Air Force. The yriung people who graduated from Ukiah High school have two sisters, 'Mrs. Gene "Johnson and Mrs. John Boster, both of Ukiah. Dnniediatisly after her graduation, Lois went to San Francisco for a S-monih post-'graduate term in '(Children's HospitaK where, she will major in obstetrics. .^r^pJcf.Qst .^Mxilipry Has Social Meeting Breakfast Club Auxiliary members held a social meeting op Monday, night, June 14, with Mrs. Leonard Devoy hostess in her home at S05 Cypress street. She was assisted in entertaining the 12 members present by Mrs. John Viarengo. Entertainment was games . at which the following were prize winners: Mrs. J. B. Smith, Mrs. Sam Doyle and Mrs. John Via- \engo. r Refreshments were tomato aspic and, open faced sandvvfiches served on individual trays. The next meeting will be July 12 in the hom.e of Mrs. Frank Crane, it was announced by Mrs. Charles Lewis, president. Employes Welcom#s!jti» New Manager Here I • *.^' • • f; 'Mr. and Mrs. John F. Brennan were unsuspecting when they weni- to the House of Garner .tor dinji W ner Friday wght, arjid when they I v arrived thpy' found niost of the * - employes of the Ukiah branch of ' Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company wiece lop a f^yplcome to Uklah'^ dioper. i The surprise party was a no- host event, attended also by N. V/. Black, division commercial manager^ of Santa Rosai.who directs the Ukiah office,,for which Mr. Brennan became manager shortly after they. capie here - in Febiuaiy- Also present to greet the new. manager, to whom a gift of a Ronson lighter was presented, wjere J. A. Noalis, Eureka manager, and J. Eustis, manager of the Lakeport branch. • Mrs. Brennan was presented with a corijage and informal greetings and introductions were exchanged at the dinner table where 25 were seated. Dancing, followed the dinner for which arrangements were made by Mrs. Sylvia-Furman,' employed m the Tjusmess office. Children's Story Hour Circle E Working On Bazaar Needlework Circle ,E of the Methodist chu held its meeting Tuesday night the home of Mrs. • Frank Crane. The evening, was spent at needle- 1 ' work being prepared for the church bazaar while Mrs. James/. t Bradshaw entertained .the grflBnil^ti-^ with records. '^^'^T 1 Mrs, Kathenne Burke,and Mrs. M. Murphy were. hostesses for| refreshments. Miss Marie Goudges read the devotions. t >, i sagf!^ was, pink rosebuds. ' BARBARA RAWLES and Jame* McCulloch, who exchiSn ^Ml vot V b on June 20. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.V. Rawles Valley and the groolm is tl»e son .pf V(x. iip^Mn. t. T. iff?*;?*???** Sf ^Sj^: BoDeymopning at Lake Tahoe and iSonner La^e, they will return to U'voln' Redwood Valley. white gladioli in brass urns and tall white t^Pjirs in l)rfasp can;}el- abra. On tall khite pejjestalsj at ejther side of the altar were baskets 'pf white gladioli and dark bftie delphiniun^? -The top of the altar raH was^carpg^ted with white stbckf iii^er whfch'wei:e the vriiite satin kneeiers.'"PalmV' and ferns added'-to'^the'Tjeauty of the dec- 'oraflpnS. ." •"; S*6itewing th6 cer«nony a receptions-was helfi-;at' Clear' Liiice L<idke,' tb' v/hfch reiatives and close" (friends wel*e irivitiW. t-arge. ferneries'filled; with'wbitefl 'adbmeS !the' hallW'ay. Knk gladioli arid blue : delphinium /w^ere nsed in' attrectli^e' afran in' the lou'rige-room.; iiie'''tabies In' the dining rqorti we^ decorate^d with'flat'bbuqiiets ot gardenias, aaeririe's ^nd Ifertir On thetbride'^ table stood' the i?hree tiered wedding cake toppea;':'^tK-jts mfriia-. tUt'e* bilde "aU^li .m -nnrYl nrvcl*ar . rahd^-groom'. Crystal candelabra' with Wbite tapers' anjl triiriiried withgkrde'ni'as completed 'the'tables.-;:-.' f-..-''-^'-;. ''^'•' '•?' ' . BteJKfaif ikon^inooh Tlie new Mrs. Dunlayy) on,leaving, lybre a*"atisty'*rose stilt with iiatchirig flower -trinnried hat. White accessories and a -white orchid completed'her •ensemble. • Following a honeymoon at Pinecrest in the higii Sierras, Mr; and Mrs. Dunlavy will be at home to their friends in Fontana, where the benedict hblds tn engineering with Kaiser Steel Company. •The bride is the charming and' talented daughter of Judge and Mrs.' BeiSjamin C. Jones, ^he attended local sqhopis 'in Lakeport, finishing her high schoor course at Stephens college,, Columbia, Mo. !?he is a graduate of Stanford University where she received her bachelor's degree in the school of psychology. The groom is the son of JMr. and Mrs. Vernon Dunlavy, Sr., of Sonora. He is also a graduate of Stanford where he majored in engineering arid'received his riiaster's degree, Children's Story Hour is being conducted in the Public Library every Wednesday afternoon from 2 p 3' o-'clock. Mrs.' R. ii. Witt, children's librarian is the . storyteller and ..prx .opening date last weeK 11, ciilldren ^egisterpd for tbe program. ,. ' oiy NEvjr'YORK yisir ' L. CAlmx, fatfier of Mrs.vRalph Wright of 130 'Noftli'Dora' Bteet, left Wednesday, for New yoi^k to ^cend' a -parTof the summer with his^on, Dr. L. W. Almy of New •Ypri. He will also visit his daugjti- ter, Mrs. M. H. Moore, of Galesburg, lU., and return/to his home Jiere .m the fjll. MRS. HARXSEN MOVES Bfr's. Elfifie'da Harsen, forinerly of State street, is now living in a new' "home' in Regina Heights, above Talmagei t ELYS TO KANSAS CITY j Noel Ig.tpi^ghfdp,. eight-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. James Stough- tpn, lef thy TWA Saturday. night for Kansas City, Missouri, to.spend tfie summer with his grandparents, Mr;'and-'Mrs. John Cox. A telephone call'from Mrs/Cox on Sunday confirmed his arirval there. GolfieR Stat* Motel ^ 8AN FBXNCISCOV ?owell Utrcdt at Ellis ..|n 1Jie'JWub_—But Qjxtf^ tlie.Qub-bub Chqlce of Outside-Inside Rooms —•.yriTH BATH :— Single $2.S0 up: Double $3.S0 up --: WmioDT BA-TH l— Single t2.op-^ Double $S.SO Uni ShibI .ey i i X train seirdxje (SAN RAFAEL) I • ^lfllflf for Piillmim 1^0^^ Pur overnight train service is tiqie-saying.a^nd a pleasant comfortable way to go between San Rcancisco (San Rafael) and Eureka. Pullman accommodations include lower and upper berths,'cornpartments and drawing roQin. Attendant in Pullman lounge section servos snails, dpughnuts, cofiFee,. juices, ^andwich^, spft drjiriks, cigarettes and other'items. Improved coach accommodations are available, too, with section^ for smokers and non-smokers. .'Bus.conn,e.ction8 between San Franciscp and San Rafael. I^sase reserve Pullrpan apace in advance. N-W- The friendly . Norfhwestern Pacific ^ H. P. Dohring, Agent • Phone 38, Ukiah Til. 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