Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 4, 1962 · Page 12
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 12

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Catholic Women Hear Sacramento Speaker More than ICO women of Cath-mother of Christ; and woman- olic groups in Hurnboldt county attended' the spring meeting of the Eureka Deanery of Sacramento others, the practice of social just- Diocese of National Council of Catholic Women in Fortuna on March 22. The 'meeting was held in the Veterans! building in Fortuna. Speaker of the day was the Rev. Father Keith Kenny of Sacramento. His topic was "Spiritual Development." He spoke of the dig nity, work and mission of woman- introduced the clergy: The Rev. Father Manogue, Father Kenney, Father James Gabriel, Fortuna; hood. He spoke of three women --Eve, the mother of mankind; Mary, the Suffer? If you irs addicted to watching th)t Infant!!* box of lniuff«r*bl« characters and plats--belter fcnown AI Tefevliion . . . stop now and enjoy life. Learn to pliy the Hammond Organ. JamesLPeets Music Company 2908 E St., Henderson Center HI 2-8323 hood today. Ho emphasized the need for greater understanding of Ice and charily, compassion and love. The Rev. Father Michael Manogue, pastor of- St. Joseph's church, Fortuna, welcomed the group on. behalf of the Loleia parish and the hostess group, St. Patrick's Altar Society of Lolela. Mrs,' Roy Stewart, president, Father John Healy, Scotia; Father William Serado, Arcata; Father John Farrell, Eureka. Mrs. John Davy, president of St. Patrick's Altar Society announced the attendance prizes which went to Mrs. Joseph Ma- ehado and Mrs. Joseph Machatti, and Father Farreil gave the final blessing of the program. Mrs. George Bertain, president of the Sacramento Diocesan'Coun- cil of the National Council · of Catholic Women, reported on the preparations being made for the farewell reception to : be given Bishop McGucken, and of the spring conference to be held in Davis, and of the fall conference to be held in Sacramento. Mrs. Carl Christensen spoke on behalf of Mrs. F. McCaddon, the Spiritual Development chairman, announcing that 13 reservations had been received for the retreat to be held April 13, 14 and 15 at the Cenacle house near Sacramento. Reservations may be made by calling HI 2-4035. ' · Mrs. Albert Albertlni, .Rural Life chairman, announced that this was the feast day ot St. Isidore, the patron saint of farmers, and that the printed material at the tables contained devotions to St. Isidore and a brief btory his life. Mrs. Stewart announced that a Spiritual Bouquet from the Eureka Deanery was being prepared yi Women's CD Council For Orick Area A Women's Civil Defense Couii- cil will be organized in the community of Orick this rnonlii, according to lone Sllpola, women's civil defense coordinator for Humboldt county. . An organizational meeting is scheduled in the community hall in Orick on Tuesday night, April 17, with Mrs. Sit pola, Humboldt County,Ciril Defense Director Norman Robertson and Assistant Director Ted Gumble attending to outline plans for the formation of the new council. Arrangements for the meeting are being made by Mrs. Evelyn Kolshinski, civil defense 'chairman for the Orick Firemen's Auxiliary. The council will act as a liaison group between civil defense officials and women's organizations to further, dissemination of survival information and plans, and community civil defense planning and programming. An Advisory Board meeting is being held at Tiny's cafe in Eureka, Wednesday noon, April 11, to outline, future projects, Mrs. Sii- pola said. to be sent to the Bishop designate. Mrs. Joseph Machado, Public Relations chairman, gave a report and suggested that all Catholic organizations appoint publicity chairmen. Pre-Nuptial Shower Given Miss Joann Johnson was honored at a pre-nuptial shower last week with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Johnson, 1610 Williams Street, Eureka, accepting the gifts for Miss Johnson who is stationed at the Denver, Colo., Army installation prior to her April wedding. The shower was held at the home of Mrs. Glen Bown on Princeton Drive. Those attending the liner, shower were Mrs. Bown, Mrs. Hei- Johnson, Mrs. Emerson Row- Fey, Mrs. Walter Bingharn, Mrs. Verle Anderson, Mrs. Ivan Anderson, Mrs. Mary Smith, Mrs. Ruth Allen, Mrs. Richard Sneider, Mrs. 'ernon Bingham, Mrs. Itichard Miller, Mrs. Loren Jenks, Mrs. Margaret Moore, Mrs. Wendell Bate, Mrs. Ralph Hunter, Mrs. Hirum Jensen, and Mrs. James Grenfcl. Gifts were received also from others unable to attend the party. ' of HUMBOLDT STANDARDWed., April 4, 1962, Page 13 this could be your easier hat We know it will have more size, look more important, wear the largest of flowers. 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