Winners in the annual poetry and essay contests at St. Bernard's elementary s c h o o l w e r e announced this past week. Both contests were sponsored by the C a t h o l i c Daughters of America. In the upper photo are the poetry w i n n e r s : front row, left to right, Joan Brambani, third in first division; Nancy B a k e r , second in first division; Mary Scuri, s e c o n d in s e c o n d division; Greg Shanahan, first in second d i v i s i o n ; Daniel Banducci, first in second division; Darrell Campbell, third in second division. T h e -f i r s t division was grades three through six; t h e second d i v i s i o n , grades seven and eight. Winners Named In Poetry And Essay Contests Winners in the annual poetry and essay contests sponsored by Eureka Catholic Daughters of America this year are all students from St. Bernard's elementary. The winners range from ;rades 4 through 8. Poetry winners in the first di- 'ision, grades 3 through 6, are as f o l l o w s : Daniel Banducci, grade 6; Nancy Baker, grade 4; Joan Brambani, grade 6. Second division winners, grades 7 to 8 : Greg Shanahnri, grade 8; Mary Scun, Â£;ade 8; Darrell Campbell, grade 8. Winners are first, second and third, respective- Essay winners were all students from the eighth grade. They are respectively, Eris Slack, Mary Scud, and Beth Jordan. Essays were entitled "Atheistic Communism." Poems and essays will next undergo state judging, then national. Announcement of state winners will be in May, and national winners will be announced in July. Judges for the poetry contest Â·ere: Mrs. Irvin Kelly, Miss Margaret Delaney and John Savant. Essay judging was done by Mr. md Mrs. John Caution, Mrs. Edgar Floersch and Dwight McGillivray. In the lower photo are the essay winners. Left to r i g h t , are Beth Jordan, third; Eris Slack, f i r s t ; Mary Scuri, third. 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Five year old Edith Ann Hoffman models a bright yellow cotton, one of the many styles for the youngest set featured during "Reflections", the sew-it-yourself fashion show held last Friday evening in the Winema . theatre. Miss Hoffman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hoffman. Her dress had an unusual cross-stitclv border embroidered by her grandmother, giving it a border-effect print. Science Fair Open House Set St. Bernard's elementary will the children's work will be resent a combined open house nd Science Fair on Thursday, Apil 5, from 7:15 to 9:00 in the eve display. Purpose of the open house is enable parents to see the woi their children have completed tl Parents and friends are invited P ast y ear o attend. All teachers will b vailable in their classrooms an Window SHADES Â· Long Â· Narrow SAVE MONEY Bring your own rollers. Prompt Service Guaranteed 7i re. 409 H St. HI 3-3079 Newlyweds Are Home From Trip Mr. and Mrs. Larry Harmon Eureka have returned from the wedding trip to San Francisi area, San Jose and Santa Cru They will reside near Eurek Mrs. Harmon is the former Ba bara Redmill of Sanla Cruz. Th wedding took place on March in the Eureka Bethel Asscmb church. USED CAR TRUCK A U C T I O N APRIL 7th--2 P. M. FORTUNA MOTORS AT THE STOPLIGHT of Wo omen MARGARET DELANEY, EDITOR HUMBOLDT STANDARDWed., April 4, 1962, Page 12 Mrs. James (Jerri) Walsh will be one of the models in the benefit fashion show at Humboldt County Community Hospital Nursing Home Thursday, April 5, beginning at 1 p. m. The event .is sponsored by the Committee of Volunteers, of the hospital. It will consist of a dessert lunch, a fashion show and an afternoon of cards. Fashions will be furnished by the Eureka Inn Shop Fashions and JJ Dress Shop in Henderson Center with millinery from Lucille's. Organizations and individuals are invited to make reservations. A donation of one dollar per person is asked, all proceeds to be used for the purchase of additional therapy equipment at the nursing home. Reservations for the party may be made with Mrs. Eugene Hartman at HI 3-4228. "Sew-lt-Yourself" Show Features Fashions For All "Reflections" the Sew-it-Your- ton twirling exhibition, and by a ?lf fashion show last Friday eve- very young quartet of girls ages ing at the Winema theatre fea- .ired fashions for the entire fam- ly made by members of the Later Day Saints Church and 4-H two to five years, singing "Here Comes Peter Cottontail." The 4-H seamstresses who modeled their own creations were eamstresses of Scotia and Rio from the "Scotia Eager Beavers," Dell. Mrs. Wendell Dunn, leader and More than 150 attended the eve- the "Fortune Nifty Eights", Mrs. Edmund Greenlaw, leader. Mother and Daughter outfits, ng toward the church building big and little sister dresses, and und. Easter wear for youngsters even Door prizes were won by spe- less than a year, were many of :ial guest Miss Katherine Wclker, l-H Home Advisor of Humboldt an'd Del Norte County, and church other ages. ning event, sponsored by the LDS Relief society, with proceeds go- the interesting styles created at home, along with those for all member Mrs. William Hugi ; of vas conducted by Mrs. Irel Lowe, ^resident of the Relief Society, vho also acted as mistress of :eremonies. Upon arriving, each person was iresented with a tape measure, as a token gift, and refreshments were served under the direction f Mrs. Kenneth Matson. Young church members, wearing pert or- ;andy caps, served the refreshments. Entertainment was by Don Ven- urino at the Hammond Organ, courtesy of Nygard and Green, Â·ho also furnished the background music; Miss Sandra Booth, a ba- Decorations by Mrs. Robert Orr Rio Dell. 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