Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 6, 1962 · Page 8
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 8

Eureka, California
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Friday, April 6, 1962
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Bay Area Wedding Trip For Taylor's Beverly Jean Sturgis hc- fi'iine Ihe bride of Marvin U. Tay- Inr in riU's tit the First Presbyterian cliurt-li in Eureka March 1!!. Tlit- Kev. James M. Brown pi'i-fitrnicd the double-ring ceremony. The former Miss Slurgis, dough- UT of Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. Stunts of Kurekji, was given in marriage by her father. Taylor is tin.- yon of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Taylor, of Eureka. For her wedding the new Mrs. Taylur chose a street-length yowii| rivaled from white net with an overlay of Clianlilly lace. It f e i j Hired a .scalloped neckline and! the skirl was drawn into a net bnstli' in llie hack. Her crown was' i.iniuned from white net with pearls and sequins surrounded 1 hv pink and w h i t e blossoms. She! carried n bouquei of stephenotisj (·('ilk-red w i t h ;; white orchid on] a lace-covered pmyiT book. '· Matron uf honor, Mrs. Jo Anne i Hau^t'i', was attired in a pink Mnvt length chiffon dress fen t u n n y a bouffant skirt and satin Mi u i t b a l)0\v. Matching shoes coinplfted the ensemble. Dennis M \ e r s was best man and Ronald Stiinjis and Jerry Taylor ushered ' Traditional wedding music war[ furnished by Mrs. Ross Penner on the organ. A reception was held immediately following the ceremony at I the home of the bride's parent. I Dili B St. Mrs. Raymond Kochn, sister of the bridegroom, cut and served (ho cake, and Mrs. Donald Gadberry. sister of the bride, presided over the coffee service. Pouring punch were Mrs. Earl Stevens and Kay Kellcy. and Miss Dianna Slurgis presided over the guest book ;md gift table. I After :1 wedding trip to Santa] Rosa and the Bay Area, the cou-j pie arc now at borne at 1651 Pine[ St.. Eureka. C i. A ' 1 1 1 The new Mrs. Taylor atteiKlcdpGl A p r i l I i Eureka High school. Her husbandj The Den Mothers' Workshop Mr. and Mrs. Marvin D. Taylor were married in riles in the First Presbyterian church in Eureka March 18. The bride, the former Beverly Jean Sturgis, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sturgis of Eureka and Taylor is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor, also of Eureka. --Anderson Studio Den a 1901 graduate of Eureka, where lie was active in aulo shop. He is now employed with Stop '.V Shup Market. Out of town guests for Ihc wed- dins were Mr. and Mrs. Charles llcilard, Fortuna, Mi's. Floyd Kel- k'y and daughters. Kay and Irene, and Mrs. Amy Vincent, all of I'roject City. World air passenger traffic is expected to set new records (luring 1962. will be held April 10 at 9:30 a.m. and Wednesday April 11 at 7:31) p.m. Both will be at the Scout office, Wood and K Streets, under the direction of Mrs. Charles Wharff. This workshop will cover Ihe theme for May, "The World Around Us" and will also include one advanced training film. A question and answer period will Easter Seals Sale Help In Treatments The 19G2 campaign to financ special treatment and trainin: services for the handicapped o Humboldt County has officially been opened this week with th mailing of 24,000 sets of colorfu Easter Seals to homes throughou Ihe county. Many county service group: liavc cooperated with the loca Easter Seal Society in preparin] Ihc seals for mailing, includin] Join Our Sterling Silver Club Plan You can dine with sterling tonight by joining our Sterling Silver Club Plun. Payments on ;uiy one of Jlicse famous Reed Barton patlerns Man as low as 1.00 per week for one 4 pe. place netting. No interest -- no earning charge. be held and a discussion on Scout j high school business clubs at St -o-rama. All persons interested in| Bernard's, Arcata, and McKinlcy Scouting are invited to attend, ville high schools. Also helping address and mail were thi Girl's League of Eureka Higl School and Epsilon Sigma Alphi sorority chapters in Eureka am southern Humboldl. The county-wide mailing is or ganizcd and sponsored by thi Humboldl County Society for Crip pled Children and Adults, Inc. the local chapter of the Easlei Seal Socicly. It is being coordinat ed with similar appeals by Ihe more than 1400 chapters of tin Society across the nation. More than 70 per cent of the funds realized from the local Ea ter Seal mail appeal will remai in Iluinboldt County for dirccl service to local crippled children and adults. The remainder will be used to support slatewide anc national services, including training of professional personnel for rehabilitation work and research into the prevention and treatment of crippling diseases. JEWELERS SINCE 1899 MEA.M.AMI.ICAM S2 ° 5th St - 290 ° F St CEM soaeiY Downtown Store Open Fri. 'til 9 p.m. SCIIOLAKSIIIl'S OFFERED Two scholarships will be award ed to girls from Fortuna, Fern dale. Soulh Fork and Eureka High schools by the Home Economics Department of the Humboldt Po mona Grange No. 19. The scholarships, $125 each, will )e given on the basis of need and scholastic aptitude. Applications, which must be re- urned m later than May 15, are wailable from Betty Thompson, 0. Box 794. Fortuna. Mrs. John Yeider of Eureka, immediate past president of the Women's Auxiliary, Humboldl-Del Norte Dental society, is nominee for the cffice of state recording secretary in the California association of the Dental Auxiliary. Mrs. Yeider will head a delegation of Eureka women planning to attend the state convention in San Francisco this next week. Guest Home Operators Hear Talks The first official meeting of the lumboldt Boarding Home Operators' association was held at the Bayview Guest home. Arcata, vilh Mrs. Rachel Boyd as hos- ess. Mrs. Robert Overbold, presi dent, conducted the meeting with tfrs. Stewart Mair serving a; secretary-treasurer, in the ab sencc of Mrs. Howard Cleveland, vho was ill. Mrs. Mair introduced Mrs. Harild Call, licensed placement work- -r, and Mrs. Cherill Pryor. social worker supervisor of the Wei- are department. Operations and iroblems of guest homes in the :ounty were discussed. At the close of the meeting re- reshments were served. Mr. and Irs. Walter Spencer of the Bethel Guest home, Tenth street, For- una, will host the April 16 meet- HUMBOLDT STANDARD Friday, April 6, 1962, Page 8 Kealm of UUc omen MARGARET DELANEY, EDITOR Engagement Of Carole Peterson Announced -Secly'i sludlo Miss Carole Peterson's engagement to Airman 3/c William Cahill has been announced and the wedding set for May 12 in Arcata. Largest unincorporated eonv nunily in the U. S. reported in le I960 Census was East ngeles, Calif., with a population f 104.270. Mrs. Crook Has Breakfast For Rainbow Girls Mrs. Ernest Crook recently helc a come-as-you-are breakfast for members of Humboldt Assembly Order of Rainbow for Girls a her home in Cutten. This was a benefit breakfast to help raise funds to charter a bus for the girls to attend the Grand Assembly being held in Long Beach at the Municipal Auditorium during the Easter vacation. About 5000 girls and advisors are expected to be present. Mrs. Crook was assisted in serving Ihe breakfast by Mesdames William Tomberlin, Willard Cousins and William Schroeder, with the Rainbow girls assisting. Many mothers and guests attended the jreakfast. On Sunday morning, April 1, lie Rainbow girls attended the First Presbyterian church in a group with members of the ad- This is an annual Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A Peterson, 002 Shirley Blvd., Ar cata, announce the engagement o their daughter, Carole, to Airma 3-c William Cahill, K-I Sawye Air Force Base, Mich. He is th son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ca hill, Arcata. The wedding will be held in St Mary's church in Arcata'on May 12. The future bride is a senior in Arcata high school, taking a gen eral course. She is a member o the a cappella choir. Cahill graduated from Arcat; high school last year and joinei the Air Force in October. Emblem Bearers Fete Birthday Of Worthy Matron Mrs. Gerald Carrico, worth; matron, Camellia chapter No. 63 Order of the Eastern Star, was lonored for her birthday by th Emblem Bearer group. The group assembled at the Carrico home Eureka, March 29, for the event. The evening was spent in plan ning for coming events of the group. They plan to attend the meeting April 9 of Humboldt Assembly Order of Rainbow for Girls, which will convene at 7:30 ,m. On May 7 the group plan to attend Eureka Bethel of Jobs daughters. Mrs. Carrico w a s presentee vith a gift for her birthday 'rom the group the fan being hci emblem for this year. Mrs. R. A. made a silver fan attaching silver coins covered with net using his years colors. She presented Mrs. Carrico with the monetary an from her group of Emblem Jearers. At the close of the social tour refreshments were served. Members of the Emblem Bearer Group are Mrs. Blanche Dart Chairman; Mrs. Carrie Blair, Mrs .ydia Scott, Mrs. Eileen Brown, lesdames Fred Card, Willard 'ousins, Howard Cherryholmes, leorge Moore, Cedric MacDon- Id, Carl Murray, R. A. Noe, Bud Dunbar, Claude Jurrens, John Oester, William Schroeder, Clay Past presidents of the United Presbyterian Women's organization who will be honored in a special service on Sunday are, left to right, Miss Irma Stevens, Mrs. John C. MeLaughlin and Mrs. Philip M. Rummell. Presbyterian Women To Hold Recognition Day United Presbyterian Women Sunday will be observed for t! [ourth lime in the local churc 15th and I Street, Sunday, Api :, at the 11 a.m. service. Participaling in the progra or the day will be Mrs. Chest Itromberg, Mrs. S. Swansou, Mr I. R. Helm, and Mrs. Charle laiiman. Other members will r :eive at the door, usher, and ho ess a coffee hour following ervice. The Junior choir directed ,'Irs. Harold Gingerich will sin and the Sanctuary choir will coi ribute "God So Loved The World iy Stainer directed by Mrs. Pai iowers with Mrs. Ross Penne at the organ. Recognition of U.P.W. and Ih ermon will be given by the mil on Adams, R. Cammack, Eai Vest, Claude Roberts, Floy lemphill and Norman Under vood. Mrs. Melvin Christopher at the left, played a double role at the EWC birthday luncheon Wednesday. She was musician at the afternoun program and also assisted Mrs. James Peats in decorating the June- luly table which featured a small fountain and elab- irate floral decorations. Pictured with Mrs. Christopher is Mrs. Roy Sathpr. The December table at the Eureka Woman's club luncheon featured n Christinas choir .scene prepared ny Mrs. Joseph Mabo, second from I h o ' r i y h t . Ollicrs at the table, from Ihe It'fl, nre Mrs. Charles Johnson, Mrs. M. L. Fillman, Mrs. Joseph Mnho and Mrs. Walter Adams, club president. Birthday Luncheon For EWC Given Wednesday Eureka Woman's club on Wednesday afternoon combined business and pleasure. Officers for the coming year were elected, the"annual birthday-month luncheon was enjoyed and a short program was given. Music for the occasion was furnished by Mrs. Melvin Christie, who played the Birthday song in introduction, followed by selections appropriate to each month of the year. Mrs. M. M. Stanhope read two joems and Mrs. Gage Slusser gave a short parody regarding news reporting as it might bo done by an adjective-prone writer. Members and guests sat at .ables decorated in keeping with .he month in which their respec- .ive birthdays occur. Chairmen of decorating committees were Mrs. Lawrence C. Villiams. January; Mrs. Richard Howe, February; Mrs. Richard Albert, March; Mrs. T. P. Jenkins, April; Mrs. Glenn Paul, ilay; Mrs. Melvin J. Christoph- f , June; Mrs. James L. Peels, Inly; Mrs. James Sheridan, Aug- ust; Mrs. Robert Davenporl September; Mrs. Charles Whi'e October; Mrs. Francis Larson November and Mrs. Joseph Mafo December. At the business meeting a un animous vole was casl for Ihi slate of officers selected by thi nominating committee for tin year 1962-63. Ihere being no fur (her nominations from Ihe floo al Ihe meeting. Officers for Ihe coming yea will be; President, Mrs. D. B ;tephens; Firsl vice - president Mr. M. M. Stanhope; Second vice president, Mrs. Joseph Mabe; Recording secretary, Mrs. Waller V. Hansen; Corresponding secre lary, Mrs. T. P. Jenkins; Finan cial secretary, Mrs. Albert C Yank; Treasurer, Mrs A. J. Franceschi; H o u s e chairman Mrs. William C. Sharpe. Elected o serve on the board as direc- ors were Mrs. Leonard Walker 19G2-63), Mrs. Arthur Anderson 1962-64), and Mrs. Charles White 1962-64). Hostesses for the day were ilrs. Charles D. Johnson and Mi \\ D K,iy The Lion and the lamb wore a part of Ihc decorations igl Ihc March birthday lable. Looking at the display are Mrs. R. H. Albert, at the left, a member of the committee, and Mrs. Edward Aikins, a past president of the club. ister, the Reverend Dr. Jamc M. Brown. Past-presidenls. inviled for Ihi day of recognilion. arc Mrs. Le.. ter F. Eisel, Napa, Miss Irm Stevens, Mrs. Ruth Watson Berkeley, Mrs. John C. McLaugl in, Mrs. Edward Alora, Blu Lake, and Mrs. Philip Rummel] The coffee hour is being ar ranged by the fellowship commi lee to honor Ihe past presidents Mrs. George Callaw : ay, chairman Mrs. Loren Nelson, Mrs. Ralp King and Mrs. N. R. Roberlso are in charge. Mrs. Charles Hartman is presi dent, Mrs. E. Martin, vice ^resident and program chairma in charge of arrangements, Mrs Harold P. Johnson, sanctuar flower chairman, and Mrs. Ralp King, social hall flowers. Leadership Workshop Set Apr. 11 "Effective group participation 1 s Ihe theme of a leadership work hop being given at the Agricul ural Center, Spruce Point, Wed nesday, April 11, from 10:30 a.m o 3:00 p.m. Ruby Harris, extension special st in family relations and leader hip training, and Helen Edwards assistant program leader in home economics, of the University oi California, will be her to assis! vith Ihe workshop, according tt luth E. Crawford, Home Advisoi or Humboldt and Del Norle coun Jes. "The presidency or chairman' hip of any group or organizalioi s an honor" Miss Crawford says 'It is also a responsibility which equires time, effort, energy anc bought. A group progresses or lides backward in direct '-elation the quality of its leadership, Leaders are made -- not born, .cadership techniques are learned, ?ome with us on April 11 to ex- lore some of fhese techniques nd attitudes. Be one of those our community to enjoy, not only eing selected as a leader but to \perience the satisfaction that omes from working with people." Conducting effective meetings, ·ogram planning, and how to ork with committees will be in- uded. All persons interested in lead- hip work are welcome. They re to bring a sack lunch for noon. rs. Joe Cruz of Arcata will pre- de and committees from Eureka nd Ryan Slough will be hostesses ir coffee and luncheon arrange- icnts. Chamber Music For Easter Seal Society Tea Music for the benefit tea being ',iven by the Eureka Inn man- igement for the Easter Seal Society on Sunday, April 8, will bo 'urnished by an ensemble from the Humboldt Symphony with Charles Fulkcrson, conductor. The chamber orchestra personnel for the tea will include Marianne Pinches, Marilee DeAn- dreas. Patsy Sneider, Doris Eikenberry, William Swackhamer and John C l a r k , violins; Harriet 'rane, Esther Thompson,- violas; Elaine Bux, Jean Fulkerson, cellos; Carol Cress, Kenneth Davis. Iris Osborne, Margaret Jones, J. Opre McCoy, woodwinds. Members of the Easter Seal Society board and the board men's wives will be hostesses at the tea. Pourers will include Mrs. Charles 3arnum and Mrs. Robert Barman. Tickets may be obtained from the board members or at Maxon's Music store, Nygard and Green music center or the Fortuna Music Mart. The modern music box is an elaboration of the elegant toy musical snuffbox of the 18lh century, according to Encyclo- ledia Britannica. MacFARLANE'S CHOCOLATES 1 Ib. Box 1.60 2 Ibs. 3.15 1 Ib. 1.39 COOPER'S PHARMACY OPEN 9 TO 6 2nd I f Sli. HI 3-3081 GBEEN STAMPS All of our remaining stock of these beautiful bare- root rose bushes is now reduced to ... 20% OFF Your choice , . while they last . . come oarly . . 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