Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 7, 1962 · Page 5
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 5

Eureka, California
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Saturday, April 7, 1962
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1WMBOLDT STANDARDSelunity. April 7, 1962, P. 5 Keatm of l/Uc omen MARGARET DELANEY, EDITOR Jaime Laredo, violinist, will be presented in the closing concert of the season by the Community Concert associa- tion. It will be held in the State theatre on April 18 with admission by concert membership cards. Community Concert To Close Season April 18 Jaime Laredo, violinist. conclude the Community Concert Antonia de Grassi and Frank season on Wednesday, April 18, Houser. at the State Theatre. Winner of Laredo can claim the distinc- the May, 1959 Queen Elizabeth of tion of being the only violinist Belgium Music competition, 18- from South America to win a year-old Jaime Laredo triumphed over hundreds of applicants from all over the world in what is known as the most taxing and difficult m u s i c a l contest anywhere. Laredo was born in Cochabamba, Bolivia on June 7, 1941, and major international competition and he appears to be the only violinist from South America ever to achieve international recognition. Although not tall in stature, he has 3 relaxed and charming manner and is completely devoted to comes from a family of music lov- the development of what promises ers. From earliest childhood he was exposed to fine music making, for his parents often entertained musicians, including the elude those of the Pacific Musical · ' Club; Society for' Strings; and local string quartet which rehearsed regularly in the Laredo home. Before he was five, Jaime was official page turner for the quartet and soon learned solfeggio perfectly. At six, given a violin for Christmas, he instinctively tuned it to concert pitch without the aid of the piano or a pitch pipe. His first teacher, Carlo Flamini, advised his parents to bring him to the United States *in order to continue his studies. In 1948, Jaime was taken to San USED FURNITURE AUCTION MONDAYS, 10:00 A.M. Refrigerator*, auto, washer), dryers, diihwaiher, conventional washers, wood heater, piano, new gas Italian supplies, chesterfield and chair sets like new. SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! Francisco where he studied with to be an exceptional career. Some of the awards and schol arships Jaime Laredo has won in- scholarships from the Curtis Institute and the Bolivian Government. Another recent honor included being among the first pf Latin m thi ' lorNORTH' v £'UR£kA rii-^-46 Americans to win a fellowship R, to the Casals Festival of Puerto Rico in 1957. For the past few years, Arthur Judson has been deeply interested in the career of young Laredo, and after his recent success in Washington, he and other Columbia Artists Management officials felt that the boy was ready for management. The contract was signed in April, 1959. In the year since Jaime woi the contest he has toured Europe twice; appeared with monumental success in the United States with the orchestras of Philadelphia, Cleveland, Washington, and Dallas and debuted in recital in New York and Philadelphia with great distinction. For his first RCA Victor recording "Presenting Jaime Laredo" he has been singled out as "The Best Youni Performing Artist of the Year" (instrumental category) by the Institute of Recording Arts and 'Sciences. Many Hostesses To Assist At Easter Seal Tea Many hostesses, widely know throughout the area, will assis as hostesses at the benefit te and musicale for the Easter Sea Society Sunday at the Eurek Inn from 3 to 4 p. m. The man agement of the Inn is givin the tea for the Easter Sea Society. From the roster of women hoar members of the society, wive of .other board members and th array of friends of the cause wh as individuals and also group have made possible this event o exceptional promise, will com more than two dozen ladies wh will pour tea in the house betwee 2 and 4. They will include: Mmes. Leland Barlow, Harol Prior, Rasmus Beck, Joseph Me Claren, Wallace May, Charle Barnum, E. Nedd Girard, Pau Grigorieff, John Joyce, Jack Daly Joseph Brown, Henry Faillers lobert Barnum, Jack Fairhurs Fenwick Riley and J. Ray Jones The music, a distinguished even in itself, will be provided by a ensemble of members of the Hum boldt Symphony Orchestra unde baton of the Symphony society' director, Prof. Charles Fulkerson of Humboldt State college. A further contribution to th sparkle of the hours in the Inn' classical Colonnade Room will b ic introduction of the Inn's re splendent new tea service. Floral and otherdecorations an tea delicacies for the occasio have been planned with care an artistry by other friends. Anyone wishing to be shown th new decor in other rooms of th refurbished Inn will be given th opportunity during the afternoon Tickets for the affair have bee ing rapidly this week to famil groups as well as couples. Chi' dren,' however, small, will be we! corned with their parents. Places for obtaining tickets iggoi Wishing Success to . . Wells Fargo Bank L. H. Swanlund Broker H. E. Waite Bank Manager Acceptance of our community by Wells Fargo Bank, confirms Swanlund Realty's belief and optimism in the future of Eureka and Humboldt County. II was our pleasure to handle all properly arrangements in Eureka for Wells forqo tank. Swanlund Realty 1033 Fourth Street Eureka A R C AT A: Mrs. Ned Barsuglia, new president of S t e w a r t Elementary School PTA was installed by Mrs. Vernon G. Roberts, new president of Arcata District C o u n c i l PTA. Miss Donna Jean Morris and LP/4 Eldan Kaukonen are p l a n n i n g a June wedding. Both are presently at Ft. Shafter,' Hawaii. The future bridegroom is a graduate of Eureka high school. Wedding In. Hawaii Set Next June Miss Donna Jean Morris' en- ;agement to LP/4 Eldan Kaukonen has been announced by her parents of Ft. Shafter, Hawaii. Miss Morris is the daughter of Chaplain (Lt. Col.) and Mrs. Morris. She has attended Olivet 'lazarene College at Kankakee, ill., and- is presently employed at the Triplcr Army Hospital in lonolulu. Kaukonen is a graduate of Eureka high school and is now serving in the U. S. Army at Fort Shafter. The couple plans a June wedding. Association For Retarded Meets Monday The Humboldt County Associa- ion for Retarded Children will meet Monday, April 9, at the classrooms, Eleventh a n d E streets. Dr. Glen Paul, county superintendent of schools, will discuss the new classes for re- arded children which will start in he fall. The Retarded Children's As- icciation has started classes for -etarded children from 3 to 7 rears of age. This group meets rom 1 to 3 on Thursday afternoons in the classrooms. All re- arded children in this group will e welcomed, the teacher said. The Association for Retarded Children was organized eight 'ears ago by a small group of in erested parents of the retarded At that time, they started a class. Mrs. Al Breen and Mrs. Earl Hadray have taught this class for eight years without any pay and many children and parents have )enefited from their service. At present the class is located it Eleventh and E streets in the municipal auditorium building, lours are from 9:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. daily, Monday through Fri;lay. At the time of Thursday afternoon class for younger children .he parents will have a discussion with Mrs. John Corder as leader The Association as a library at the classroom with information on several phases of retardation. Mrs. Emily McCloskey is presi dent of the Association and she may be contacted at the schoo or at her home, 942 G Street. ·hich are priced at $1.50 eacl arc Mason's Music shop and the Nygard and Green Music center in Eureka, and the Music Mart in Korluna, o'r at the Easter Sea society oflice, 350 E street, Euro ka, phone 111 2-in-lS, or by phoning thr: society's president at HI 2-2rvH Mrs. V e r n o n G. Roberts, president of Arcata Council .PTA, installed the Stewart school officers recently. Stewart School Has Installation ARCATA--Mrs. Vernon G. Bob irts, president of Arcata Counci J TA served as installing office or the slate of new officer ilected during the recent meetin, )f the Stewart School PTA. The meeting opened with Mrs erry Iskra, chairman, presk ng. The pledge of 'allegianc was led by Mrs. Royce Lim and Mrs. Wayne Spurling rea he inspirational. Officers for the coming yea vere installed as follows: Mrs Ned Barsuglia, president; Mrs fames Hibbard, vice president Hawkins, second vice pres dent; Mrs. Merle Randle, scere- ary; Mrs. Roger , Severson reasurer and Mrs. Wayne Spur ig, auditor. A science fair presentedJjy th students was featured during th evening. : und Drive In banning Of Club Joyce Moore presided at th ecent meeting of Keen Teen lorizon girls. Reports were give by Rosemary Strehl, secretar and Marlys Jones, treasurer. A discussion on different money raising projects was on the bus ness agenda. The Keen Teens plai o raise money to finance a weel it Camp Kimtu for their grou| luly 1-8. The girls are also par icipating in the Camp Fire Gil :andy sale being held March 31 April 14. A pot luck dinner preceded the meeting. Present were Mrs. Jac Strehl, leader, Mr. and Mrs. Ori tfoore, and Horizon girls Marily Edgmon, Kathy Taylor, Lind ilartin, Rosemary Strehl, Carolin rtcLin, Marlys Jones, Joyc Moore, and Kay Carter. Linda Martin and Kathy Taylo are in charge of the next meetin o be held on April 10. Summer Rites Are Planned The engagement of Catlilee Cornwell to Michael Early was ai nounced by Mr. and Mrs. Georg '. Cornwell, parents of the futur ride, at a recent family dinne party. Michael is the son of Mi and Mrs. Harold F. Early of For :una. Miss Cornwell is a teacher a he Peninsula Elementary schoo Early is a business adminstra ion major at Humboldt State co ege and is affiliated with th ntercollegiate Knights and Kapp appa Psi. The couple plans an early sum mcr wedding. Susan Hinch and Eric Hollenbeck, chorus of Eureka junior high school in soloists, will appear with the mixed the concert directed by Mrs. Ella Scha- lansky on April 11 in St. Bernard's high school auditorium. Tickets are now on sale and may also be purchased at the door on the night of the concert. Funds will be used to enable the students to participate in their annual music festivals. Committees Named For Apr. 12 Bazaar A buffet luncheon from 11:30 until 1:30 p.m. and a buffet supper from 5:30 until 7:30 p.m. will be held in conjunclion with the annual spring bazaar on April 12 at the F i r s t Congregational church, Hodgson and J slrects. Pies, cakes, cookies, needlework md plants will be on sale. Mrs. Richard Tausch and Mrs. Pear! French will have charge of the 'ood sales. Mrs. Harold Bohanon, Mrs. Ray Roush and Mrs. Frank Richardson will supervise the needlework and Mrs. Ralph Wooden and Mrs. L. C. Pieper, the plants and flowers. Mrs. Esther Jacobscn will have a grab box for children. Mrs. Verne Hayes and Mrs. J. E. Gustafson will have charge ol the refreshments. The public is invited. Couple Honored On Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Reback, of Homes, hosted a dinner party to celebrate the third anniversary of their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reback March 27. Attending the surprise affair were the Messrs, and Mmes. James Mortensen, Pete Johnson, Joseph Renner, Willard Gardner, Guy Curless, Alvin Mortensen, Leonard Reback, Mrs. Hilma Reback, Mrs. James Campbell, Mrs. Gladys Davis, Miss Dagmar Mar:in, Eugene Reback, Jamie Stockel, Lavine Martin and John Mar- ECONO- CLEANING $ 150 Waiting Fuss Muss CLEAN ONLY! BRING 'EM IN -- We Do The Rest We'll Hang 'Em- You Furnish Hangers "We Clean While You Shop or Work" VAN'S TAILORS CLEANERS 317 E STREET EUREKA HI 2-3012 The boys' q u a r t e t t e will sing two numbers in the Eureka Junior high school concert next Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. in St. Bernard's auditorium. Left to right, are Gary Woods, tenor; Mark Fieg, second tenor; David Kupps, b a r i t o n e ; and Donald Whitfield, bass. Hurry! Only a Few Bookings Left EUREKA TRAVEL'S 1962 WORLD'S FAIR CRUISE TOUR Via !h« be.utiful Pu»0 TU bookingi en this popular lie- in wilh your World'. visil *rn going fait. LEAVING MAY 26TH On May 26. a congenial group of local travelers will depart from Vancouver aboard the SS Glacier Queen enroute to the ports of. call, along the breathtaking Inside- Passage. Here you will see the world's most dramatic scenery. At the end of this 1 ,000 mils waterway you will visit the interior of Alaska. In all you can enjoy 21 glorious days.. A truly wonderful bonus trip for your World's Fair viait. Call us today for full details EUREKA TRAVEL AGENCY 60S · 4lh SI. Euriki HI 3-0884 for your . . . CONVENIENCE Henderson Center Will be open on Sundays 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. SPECIAL FOR THIS SUNDAY APRIL 8 All Yardage WILL BE DISCOUNTED WE ARE THE REDEMPTION CENTER FOR SEGO MILK COUPONS

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