Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 9, 1962 · Page 8
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1WMBOLDT STANDARD Monday, April 9, l°62, P. 8j Eurekans Tour Factory In Germany WOl.FSHUKG. 0 E li M A N Y, M;irch 20 -- Mr. nnd Mrs. .John A. lioliel of Eureka. California, :iave visited the huge Volkswagen factory here on their two-week lour of Cienmmy. Belie] of Redwood Motors, Inc., and hi.s wife are traveling with a group of West Coast and Texas Volkswagen dealers and will visil Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Garinist'h and Kothenhnrj;, an ancient walled town high above the Tauber Hiver. The tour hy chartered jet airliners is one of a series for Volkswagen's (i75 American dealers and distributors and their wives. They I w i l l not only visit Ihe above dlies. I b u t also lour Ihe countryside and I see firsthand West Germany's ecu- jnomic progress of recent years as guests of Volkswagen, the world's third largest, automobile manufacturer. Dennis Huber will sing a baritone solo in the concert to be given by the music department of the Eureka Junior'high school Wednesday evening in St. B e r n a r d 's auditorium. The concert will begin at 8 p. m. and the public is invited. Tickets may be obtained at the door. Huber will sing, "When M y F a n c y ' s Running High," by G e o r g e P. Huten. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Behel of Eureka are touring pails of Europe and visiting the Volkswagen factory in Wolfsburg, Germany. First Aid Course Slated At Orick RobiTl Bakei-, assisted by Dave 7,cbo. hoth of Trinidad, will instruct a course in first aid at Ihe orifk school, April 9, at 7:30 p.m. About 41) people have signed up fur the course already, bin more ;nu invited to come. It is a 10- hour course, with two hours each nifzlH for five consecutive nights. This course is being sponsored liy the Orick Volunteer Firemen's A u x i l i a r y . Mrs. Lashmutt Shower Honoree I Friends honored Mrs. Wade De-j" Lashmutt at a stork shower heldj Pinochle Club Meets -- Mrs. April 1, at the Orick Grange h u l l . j C u r l Van Noy and Mrs. Jack Mrs. Donald Kring and Mrs. Low- Ward were high scorers at the re- ell Hagoocl co-hosted Ihe fete. |ccnl meeting of the Peppcnvood Guests sat at individual tables [Pinocle club held at the Leslie of four, with napkin gowns, nndiDrucck home. Attending were the! white storks decorating the wails.[Mmcs. R o b e r t Hacki, Bobbiej Refreshments were served and j Painter, Frances Endicott, Dan the guests spent a social afternoon ] Knies, Eva Tucker and Mr. and visiting. |Mrs. Kenneth Parnell. --Seely'5 studio Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Koontz, 2511 A c h e s on W a y, Arcata, announce the engagement of their daughter. Darlene Copenhaver and Floyd Thomason, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thomason of Manila. The wedding date has not been set. Miss Copenhaver is a student in Arcata high s c h o o l where she is active in dramatics and sings in the a c a p p e l l a choir. Thomason g r a d u a t e d from Arcata high school in I960, and is presently employed by the Georgia- Pacific company Trio soloists with the seventh grade a cappella choir are, left to right, Valerie Henley, Cynthia Collins and Jame Fleming. They will sing "A Trumpet Call of Spring," by Miessner. The concert will be given in St.. Bernard's a u d i t o r ) um on Wednesday, April 11, at (i p. m. under the direction of Mrs. Ella Schal- ansky. The public is invited and tickets may be obtained at the door. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Morrison have announced the engagement of their daughter, Fay Jack Morrison, to William Rene Latham, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Latham of Anderson, S. C. Miss Morrison is a senior at Arcata high school. Latham is presently stationed on the Bon Homme Richard in San Francisco. The wedding is planned for April 11 in the Pentecostal church of God in McKinleyville. Remember Kids FREE Sat. Morning SHOW TICKETS AT GALLENKAMP'S Free Priies from Woolworth's It's "open season" on big sister's styles in new open slum/;, dress slwes fur 'lucen age girls New open shank one-strip with *«, French corded top line. In black patent, white smooth or metallc gold js£* leather. Sizes 13 to 4. . «"«ji Butter soft glove leather pump with patent lacing and bow, 7"$* folded top line. In blaclt, white or bone; sizes I2'/; to 4. RAhWUiEROD 5th and E Sis. Eureka j Open Fri. Nito Until ° P.M. 8$#Hfr£*!^ Decorating delights for every oom of the home will be featured t "Decor Distinctive" the two- lay show presented by Ingebret- s Studio of Interiors and spon- ored by the Redwood Women's Golf association of Fortuna at heir clubhouse on April 12-13. The show is open to the public md tickets will be on sale at he door. The show will run from 0 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Thursday ind from 1 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. m Friday. Refreshments will be crved and p r i z e s awarded hroughout the two days. Lectures by Homer Ingebret;n, upholstering workshop tech- 'Decor Distinctive" is the theme of the home decorating show to be given in Fortuna April 12-13 in the Redwood Empire Golf association clubhouse. Four of the ticket chairmen, left to right, look over fabrics: Home Decorating Show At Fortuna April 12-13 niques and room settings will be ;orae of the many features. Mrs. Malcolm Gompertz is general chairman with Mrs. Bud Webb and Mrs. Douglas Edmon handling refreshments . and Mrs. Fred Olson, prizes. Clinic At Manilla On Apr. 10 Speaker Has Background Of Church Work Mrs. Karl Oeschlager, guest speaker for the Mission tea being sponsored by the Women of the Calvary Lutheran church on April 14 at 2 p.m., will have as her topic "Clear Pure Lights." Mrs. Oeschlager is a native Detroit, Mich., and a graduate of Capital University in Columbus, Ohio, in the p a r i s h workers' course. She is the mother of three children. She was elected to the vice presi- AHCATA -- A second clinic of dency of the Golden Gate Confer- hc series of three clinics will be held on April 10 in the new multi-purpose room of the Manilla School from 3-7 p.m. This clinic is for pre-school children, school children and adults. 1'lie shots to be given are DPT Diptheria, Tetanus and Whoop- ng Cough), Polio, and smallpox 'accinations. The cost will be $1.00 icr visit per person with a minimum charge of $5.00 for families iver five persons. This clinic is being held under ic direction of the Humboldt County Health Department and is ponsored by both the Manillc nd Peninsula PTA Units. ieldbrook Group Of Blue Birds Formed Recently A Blue Bird group has been 'ormed in the Fieldbrook area. Some 18 girls from the second hrough the fourth grades are in the club directed by Mrs. Charles Thomas. Blue Birds under her direction ire second graders: Patricia Chandler, Gay Thomas, Calhie Anderson, Dianna Mason, Norma Richardson and Patricia Tidwell. In the third grade group und« he leadership of Mrs. Antone Bobillot are: Donna Mason, Toni 1 Bobillol, Judy Mason, Diane Richardson, Theresa Hopkins, jud Jance Lambeth. The fourth grade of group under the leadership r,f Mrs. William Hiscox and Mrs. Jack Sauer include Wendy Corrigan, Karen Sauer, Sandy Hiscox, Pren-, ence in 1900 and when the president moved to Southern California Mrs. Oelschlager became president. Her main interest in church work has been in the field of education. She has taught in zone institutes for Sunday school and vacation Bible school teachers. At present she directs the junior choir in their congregation and teaches Junior Lutherans once a month. Mrs. Oeslchlager's husband is a pastor of a Luthrean church in Burlingame. Co-chairman of the tea are Mrs. Richard Clark and Mrs. Robert Brown. be ready EASTER with clothes that are Sanitone-- clean Let our quality dry cleaning rejuvenate your wardrobe-put back the sparkle of newness in time for the Easter parade. Our special Sanitone finishes replace "body"; actually restore the appearance and feel of newness. Avoid the last-minute rush. Call on u;. today. FASHION DRIVE-IN CLEANERS next to Henderson Confer Post Office 2910 F St. ' HI 2-8144 Lots of free, easy parking Mrs. Louis Hibser, Scotia; Mrs. James Miles, Eureka; Mrs. William Higgins, Eureka;" and Mrs. Walter Bognuda, Loleta. Missionary Work Told At Dinner William N. Wyshan, missionary from the World Council of Churches, spoke at a recent potluck family dinner of Trinidad Community Presbyterian church. Wyshan told the group of his work as a missionary, revealing various aspects of religion at work. Approximately 40 persons attended the event. Rev. Oren Frank, pastor of Trinidad and Orick Presbyterian churches, assisted in greeting the guests. Other special guests were members of the Marantna Guild from Westhaven. The group displayed a number of artificial flowers, such as corsages and gardenias, which they have prepared for a current project. da Chandler, and Belinda Tidwell. This is the week the girls will be ringing door bells, selling th9 chocolate mints. ngtime a r i s . . You'll find contemporary styling at its loveliest in this new hairstyle from Paris. terie /I A f u n - t o - w e a r , romantic, y o u n g , utterly delightful hairdo everyone will notice \'i this early spring season. CALL FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY . J a m e s BEAUTY MANOR " ... .. HI 2-8681 ' 1628 F Street , Ellrc | n

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