Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 8
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HUMBOLDT STANDARD Thursday, April 5, 1962, P. 8 Degree For Eureka Man Primary Methods In Education Areiln Sweden Trvl/4 A f K/lootinn Word Ims been received by Mr. i uiu rti wee i my , ind Mrs Kennelh Sevici% 22M ,, Mrs. Amelia Ley, supervisor of Sl - Eureka, that their son, Ken- nclh, Jr., was among the list of elementary physical education in students at Uppsala University in the Eureka city schools, was Sueslj Svrak , n reeving his licenliet de* grec in Physical Science Ibis spring. Kenneth received his A. speaker at the March meeting of Assoc-iated Eel River kindergarten and first grade teachers. California al Berkeley in 10*9 'and Mrs. Ley's talk and demonstra-| i s now conlp | ( ,| j , lg his lhlr ,, VKIr lions concerned primary games ( ,f , )os t graduate work al Hie Pliys- and dances. ics I n s t i t u t e in Uppsala, majoring Hostesses for the meeting were in nuclear physics. The licentiet degree ranks be- Mrs. Charles Heads Senior A barbershop quartet, "The Treasure Tones." consisting of Dr. John Schon'vald, Jess Moon, Wesley Langholtz and Robert Gazarian, entertained the Fur.- ka Senior High School PTA' recently, with several numbers. A pleasant surprise was announced when an honorary life membership was presented to B. degree from (he Unive-sity of Mrs ' John Schonwald, a past president, for her work and time yiven to the youth of this community. Honorable mention was :ilso given to her husband. Dr. Schonwald, far his efforts for the iiimo purpose. Dr. Paul Bowers, principal, re- G u y n e l h Burgess and Dorothy! l.mi-rey of Cuddeback school ;ind|'«'een the masters degree and Ph.I Madlin Lawrence of Scotia. |o. degree in the United Slates. . _ Others attending were Margaret'"TM! a Swedish Ph.D. degree re- A n t l Q U O j H O W Robinson ami Helen Ei-ansteHer.''!""'" Iwo additional yean of r e - j _ . Rohnerville school; Virginia Bd!se - lrch 1: TM nd 'he American PhD i jpOHSOreQ loni. Alma Burns and Inez John-MeRTM. son. Fortiina schools; Donal Mc-i KL ' vi( -' r visitHi his f ' imil ' lasl Call, Kerndale Elcmcnlary. and|s«nimer and spent some lime ai Lillian MaeJIiHan, Sophia Wood.j'he Lawrence Radiation Lauralory l.oshe .Mc.Menomy, Clara Bender,]'" Berkeley, as scientirk data · Miller and Kate MacMillan Uiu L'ei! Elementary school. FREE ROSE GARDEN with purchase of MAYTAG wringer WASHER 95 unbelievably choice for yc White House Eureka Arcata analysis*, before returning to his studies in August. He was graduated from Eureka High in '."55. Suzanne Sevicr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scvier, was also among the spring graduates at the University of California at Santa Barbara, receiving an A.B. degree in education, with an elemenUiry education credential. She \vtii a 1957 graduate ol the Eureka High School. Youth Of Church In Annual Dinner Missioneltes, young girls' society of Rohnerville Assembly of God church, recently held the annual Mother-Daughter banquet at Ihe church. Marjoric Tracy was chairman in charge of the Innquct, assistet by Jean Shields. Bolh are leaders of the Missionettes. Receiving awards of Missionctte pins were two men of the church who hat By EWC The fine arts department of the Eureka Woman's club is now competing plans for their pubiic "An- .ique Show" to be held at the clubhouse, 1531 J Street, Eureka, on Friday, May 4. and Saturday. May 5, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. each day. In previous years the Tine arts department has sponsored home and garden lours, table sellings and art shows. The "Furnishings With a Flair" show of last year and the present resloralion pro;ram of antiques in the White House, Washington. D. C., have prompted the committee to pre sent this show of antiques, which are so prevalent in this locality Invitations are being extender to antique enthusiasts wUhin a 200 mile radius of Eureka with the hope of bringing hre many rare and beautiful coilecti'ins, as well as priceless heirlooms. Also display will be fabrics am' materials for upholstering and decorating. Mrs. Kenneth Sevier, chairman and Mrs. Ray Talvola, co-chair man, with their committees arc arranging to turn the cUit/rooms Davis High PTA lorted that .-cjort cards would )e coming OL'. A pril 4; the Stu- Jcnt Cor ' - 5 h; "ing ·oblems of the half-hour lui ::riod very well; the Student Inn vas operating with the High Sell ol in selling only approved )aper-bar'i books at t'i.''' store; olio immunization shots were ·equired fjr attendance at summer school as \veM as regular school students were registering or summer school ::ow. New PTA officers elected for !~e coming term are: Mrs. Chares T ' ·, president; Mrs. lernhardt, first vice-president; 1,-s. John Macari, so:ond vice- iresident; Mrs. Wendell Fosnaugh, secretary; Mrs. Wilmot 'nilp, treasurer; Mrs. Raymond \llen. historian, and Mr. Willa-n Wilber, auditor. Dr. Bowers then presented f i levfith pra-le teachers to the )arents, and acted as moderator luring the discussion that followed. Summer school subjects am various types of tests were imonp, the various topics discu"- The social hour vjs enjoyed l:y 'I with refreshments served by Mrs. Don Hunter and Mrs. McBeth. contributed much work for the i,,to a beautiful setting for the girl's club. Mrs. James Murray, wife of the church pastor, presented the pins to Charles Tracy and Earl Shields. The theme chosen for the occasion was "The Springtime of a Girl's Life." Table decorations and antiques displayed. A free snack bar will foe avail able and a donalion of one clollai at the door will admit the visitors on either day. Committee members working with Mrs. Scvier and M's. Tat favors carried out the springjvola are Mmes. A. J. Bnrman theme. Ann Hampton assisted [Andrew Rosaia, A. J .Fra.iceschi with the older girls' group, theiL. C. Williams, Robert Arkley Senior Missionettcs. Highlighting the group was the crowning of the Queen. Darlene Murray. Linda Middleton, who was queen runner-up, receive a lovely floral arrangement. Chosen as princess was Donna Pircs and princess runner-up Shirley Tracy. The girls were presented treasure chests filled with gifts by members of the women's division of the church, an auxiiliary of the Womens' Missionary club of the church. Junior and Senior Missionettes gave a program for their mothers thich included the club's theme song, pledge, and slogan "Because we care, we serve." The girls, who are ages 8-18. wore blue skirls and white blouses, signifying loyally and purity. and Ellis Burman. Anyone inlerested in displaying a collection or antique furnishings is asked to conlacl any cormnillee member before April 15, to in sure adequate space. Mail con lacts may be addressed to Mrs. Scvier, P. 0. Box 127, Eureka or telephone HI 2-4836 or Hillside 2-4682 (Mrs. Sevicr or Mrs. Burman) before April 15. Girl Seoul Awards--Five Girl Scouts from the Eel River area will receive awards for selling 50 or more boxes of cookies in the recent sale sponsored by the Scouts. The girls are: Cheryl Branam, Weott Troop 151; Sharon Jordan, Rio Dell Troop 146; Tipton, Bryan, Cheryl Seidner, Joyce Dcbrah Bona and Amy 'Forluna Troop 200. Lodge Names Delegates For Assembly ARCATA -- Empress Rebecca the lodge elected delegates to atlend inch Ihe annual convention in Long Beach on May 22-25. The following were elected: Mmes. Fred Huggins, John Stover, Gilbert Davis, Herbert Sorenson and Charles Barlow. Members were reminded of the Good Fellowship or Hobo Night at Blue Lake on April 5, and the official visit of Mrs. Elizabeht Chapman, president of the Rebecca Assembly to Centennial Rebecca lodge in Eureka on April 10. Lewis Members were asked to attend both. Refreshments were saved by Mrs. Berta Sorenson and her com- mitlee and Mrs. Evelyn Miller direeled a Dutch whist game awarded prizes to the winners. CIRCLE 8-EKS td |- The monthly party of the Circle 8-ers square dance club will be held Saturday, April 7 beginning at 8 p. m. at the Arcata Airport hall. All square dancers are welcome and they have been asked io bring potluck refreshments for the supper after the John dance. Deb Setzer, club colter, is in charge of the program. Planting Process Told Gardeners Mrs. Betty Harmon, of Kneeland, recently hosted members of Greenwood Garden club when they met March 29. Mrs. Effie Baxter presided. The group decided to deliver artificial flower arrangemenls and bouquels of spring flowers lo the County Nursing Home April 13, for the enjoyment of patients during Ihe coming Easter season. The members will meet at 12 p.m. noon for lunch and then proceed to the hospital where they will also visit patients during Ihe afternoon. The growing of snapdragons, transplanting of nursery.stock and other useful hinls for gardeners was discussed after prepared readings by Erma Roberts. A report of ho progress as yet on the group's repotting experiment of a leaf philodendron, was made by Millie Richardson. Birthday gifts from secret pals and the Club wree received by honorees, Deanie Kendricl:, Jane Waters and Erma Roberts. Vir ginia Nelson was awarded ths attendance gift, a potted pcpcro mia. .Hostess Mrs. Harmon served refreshments to the Mmcs. Effie Baxter, Jane Waters, Deanie Kendrick, Virginia Nelson, Charlotte Wilson, Mildred Richardson and Erma Roberts. man Underwood and Albert Henningson was observed at the recent meeting of Azalea Shrine 47, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem. Mrs. Underwood, outgoing Worthy High Priestess, and Henningson, Watchman ' of Shepherds, presided at the meeting. Officers formally introduced by the presiding officers were Dis- on April 13 in the Masonic Temple. and large-li Last Meeting For Outgoing Officers Held Farewell night for Mrs. Nor^ Noble Prophetess, Mrs. ByardHat Parade was enjoyed by all lhamberlain; Associate Watchman of Shepherds, Byard Chamberlain; Chaplin, Mrs. Haakon Hansen; Shepherdess, Mrs. MaoDougal Armstrong; Guide, Mrs. Margaret Newman. will be installed at open installation on April 14. There will be an officers practice for installation irict Deputy, Mrs. Ernest 'Gertrude' Stevens; Deputy Supreme Watchman of Shepherds, Ernest Stevens; and District Chairman for Material Objective committee, Bess Maddox. Also introduced and escorted were all of the Past Worthy High herds. The meeting was preceded by a 6:30 p.m. pot luck supper for members and their families, Mrs. Thomas MacDonald was general chairman for the dinner. Host- irrived were Ada Small and Minnie Smith. Officers elected for the ensuing year were; Worthy High Pristess, Mrs. Vivian Barkdull; Watchamn of Shepherds, Macdougal Armstrong; Scribe, Mrs. 'Cliff Gresh- formed farewell. am; treasurer, Christine Caltoft; Elected and appointed officers dance group in oriental costumes A memoriam was held for Mrs. ceased member. Officers called' upon extended their thanks to all for the courtesies shown them during the year. Mrs. Underwood and Mr. Henning- their co-operation during the past Priestess and Watchman of Shep- year. Each were presented with gifts from the officers, also their retiring Jewell from the Shrine. Members of the Azalea Patrol assisted in the presentations. Mrs. Haakon Hansen presented a gift from the officers to the District esses to welcome members as they Deputy, Mrs. Stevens. Mrs. George Moore, a Past Worthy High Priestess, and Mr. Armstrong presented the retiring presiding officers with their gifts. At the conclusion of the presentations the Patrol holding cards Following the meeting an Easter the Past Worthy High Priestess and Watchman of Shepherds in the parade. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Stevens, Mr. Stevens, and Dorothy Dahl. Members of a presented several dance numbers. At the conclusion of the meeting a prayer of thanks was given by ilie Retiring Worthy High Pristess. Members than adjourned to th,o banquet room where refreshments were served. The tables were decorated with arrangements of yellow roses this year's flower. Yellow tapers and little crotcheted sen each thanked the Shrine for May baskets filled with flowers were used as favors. The lobby was decorated with bowls of yellow roses and other arrangements adding to the decor. Mrs. George Ogden was general chairman for decorations. Scouls Have Party -- Intermediate Girl Scout Troop No. 200, sponsored by the Women of thj Moose Lodge No. 301, met during February to make favors for rest homes throughout the Fortuna area. They also had a party to celebrate the special day, hosted by Mrs. Gino Bonera and Mrs. William Lee, leaders. 4 FISHERMEN PORTIONS You and your family will love these delicious pre-cooked--quick frozen treats Just bake or deep fry. Outstanding home style recipe for pleasurable eating. GIANT 4-LB. BOX . . 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