Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 9, 1962 · Page 10
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of Wo Crescent City Girl Represents Soroptimists Announcements have been received that Miss Sandra Markley of Crescent City has been selected to represent Southwestern Regional Soroplimisls in the final awards contest of the American Federation Soro|timist clubs, according lo Mrs. Winifred Valdez, prcsi- rhrist Episcopal Church Worn- under the Bishop of Central Amer- (| en [ O j m(i c | u |, O f Crescent City. omen MARGARET DELANEY, EDITOR Episcopal Women To Sponsor Antique Show HUMBOLDT STANDARD Monday, April 9, 1962, P. 10 Sadie Dance Draws 300 'Dogpatchers' Dogpatchors by the dozens turned out for the annual Sadie Hawkins Day dance March 30, nil's Council will sponsor Antique ica, is the director of the Uikcj s :m( | ra j s the daughter of Mr.|at Fortuna Union High school. Show, Tea. and Auction. The teajlzabel project which consists of|. im | Mrs Charles Markley, of with a theme "Astronaut Lands will he held in the Parish House (ni Thursday. April 2G fiom 2 to r p. m. Admission will be by free building a model f a r m , school I ni ouc |)j and medical dispensary to assist the local Indians to acquire skills and learn to help themselves. ; i l l silver offering. There will he a display of prize ncirlooms and a varied selection!\'erle C'allison chairman, of a n t i q u e s to be auclioned off atlSam Horcl. co-chairman, :i p.m. There w i l l also be a tablejjames P i t e r a. Mrs. Claude The committee consists of Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Sandra will represent n:i So- roptimist chilis of Southwesiern Region, as the worthwhile youthful citizen to be recognized as outstanding, a student with prom-| ise of the ability lo contribute in community, national and inlerna- ' miscellaneous articles of inter- rhipps, Mrs. Robert I:)!iv( ' n l )0rt -!tj 0 nal affairs, i! for sale. The antiques to be|.Mrs. L. L. Wilco.x. Mrs. Harold! Thc S( , roplimist Fclln! | a [ion Cil- irl.um-d are lo te donated by|Adams and Mrs. John Thompson. iz( , n ,. hi|) Av , arAs of 52500 wi || bl ' ^' ' " '' given at the seventeenth Bienni- .' urn convention of the Sorpolimist the w u m e n of Christ Church. Proceeds from the tea and auc- Prof. F. T. Biolelli of the U. C lion w i l l hi: sent to the Rev. Rob-1.Agricultural Extension Service i n i ^ i-it M. Demei-y to assist in the 1001 is credited with revolution-j. misMtinary work of the Episcopal r i i u r c h al Lake Izabel in Guate- m:il;i. Father Demery, working zing Ihe California industry by perfecting a process for canning ripe olives. Learn To Bowl FREE Beginner Bowlers Instruction Beginning APRIL 16th We are starting tree bowling classes April lo . . . offering 12 hours of free instruction. Classes run Mondays and Fridays for 3 weeks. There is a choke of 9:30 to 11:30 or 3:30 to 5:00. EVERYTHING IS FREE · Bowling Instruction -- Shoes · Babysitting · Even COFFEE! SIGN UP NOW! PHONE HI 3-4533, or mail this coupon to Harbor Lanes NAME ADDRESS PHONE , Children -for Child Care AGES: I 2 3 4 HARBOR LANES Eureta's country club of bowling 2 1 3 6 Broadway ind recreation Eureka LOVE STORY by Somii of California All ! i ' ' cherished diurm of a love slory is epitomized in : : - ·, nicnily lined pill-tex of smooth straw our which HII:;. ti'nrj molme has been swathed and swistvd about ; ! · · hiivj pendant ro'.e which hnngs !va\y over one . . ' - i ("the head Truly a romantic hat, the ;.p"nf] si.-o- · 11 ·'·:··* AC\ find ;l adJinj a '!idlovc' cur !o a v.idi: range i.; uiJer O u t f i t s . FROM 5.95 TO 22.95 USE YOUR BANKAMERICARD 510 Russ St 529 G Street Henderson Center Downtown 'ederation of the Americas, Inc., in San Francisco, July 8 to 13. This Federation consists of fourteen regions in nine countries, having a total of 808 Soroptimisl lubs, and is the largest wom- n's service organization in the vorld. Members of the Crescent City oroptimist club will present Miss larkley to delegates and mem- ers of the 113 clubs in South- ·esfcrn Region, at the Regional '(inference lo lie held in Santa tea, April 14. Crescent City Sor- 'Plimists attending will be Presi- Icnt Valdez, delegates Katherine Vadsworth and Pal Jones; Mary abb. regional attendance chairnan: and C. Jean Souder, nomi- ice for District 1 secretary. The Soroptimist Foundation Cit- /.enship awards were established iccause Soroplimisls believe in he worth and ability of youth ind desire to encourage youth to levelop the highest concept of lalriolism and more effective co iperalion in home, community, rational and international affairs. Miss Markley was first selected y the Crescent City club, thcr chosen to represent District I ind finally the Southeweslern Region. In representing Southwestern Region Miss Markley will com pete against 14 other girls. Two if this number will receive c'" zenship awards of $2500 each. n Dogpatch" the Al Cap char- aclcrs nonetheless arrived in na ,ive coslume of the comic land Sponsored as always by the FUHS Girls' and Boys' leagues, the day's activities included Ihe awarding of many costume prizes. Winners in each category were: Funniest boy. Dave Westbrook: sirl. Joanne Toste. and group, Carol Pctcrsen and Bob Giacomi mosl original boy, Heber Clement; girl, Kay Skaggs. and group, Sy! via Mendenhall. Carolyn Simpson Barbara Haman, Jane Wofford and Bctle June Barnes; most au thentic boy Joe Salsberry; girl ucille Schleth. and group. Donna lerndon. Kathy Schreincr, Calisti rown, Mary Roca, and Sandy lasini. These sludenls and others ·ere chosen by judges during Ihe ay as candidates for the fina elections made on an applause asis at an assembly. Judges were: sludcnts -- Sharon lunsaker. Donna Herndon, Denise )eMello, Becky Breeze, Willy Me Vhorler, Galen Sarvinski. Tim iiirham, and Olin Anderson eachers -- Evelyn Deike. Dennis r. Kinser, and Malcolm Schroyer Friday evening, over 300 slu ents attending the Sadie Hawkin': Dance viewed the crowning of thi: ear's Daisy Mae and Lil Abner Jancy Wisting and Larry Bar anti. The two were chosen b; he executive cabinets of thi eagues. Cub Scout Pack 20 Holds Blue And Gold Dinner Cub Scout Pack 20, sponsoret by the Lincoln school PTA held its Blue and Gold dinner reccnlrj the school auditorium. Tin theme for the month was "Islands of the World" and each den chose an island for the central themi for their table decorations. A demonstration of judo wa: given by judo instructor Jamc; Mussleman with four boys fron his classes. The following boys receivec awards: Webelos; Steven Simon James Gibbins. Melvin Mindu and Philip Boyner: Wolf Badge Marc Hucgamer, Frank Wilson Martin Longhorn, Joe Livingston Mathew Winny, Randy Robertson Peter Crivello, Kenneth Ambrosin Michael Salstrom and Michac Lcen; Dcnncr; Michael Cortpus le Michael Salstrom, Bria Webb, Jimmic Mindus. Joe Slew art, Marty Nelson, Brent Stone Martin Longliorn and Richar Hamilton; Assistant Dcnncr; M chad Leen, Steve Stout, Joscp Bcnchus, C l y d e Akcr. Steve Quenell, Tom Wiik. Paul Mutin and Michael Abercrombie; Go! Arrow; Marc Rucgamer, Fran Wilson, Martin Longliorn. Joe Li\ inuston, Joe Stewart, Peter' Crivello, Kenneth Ambrosini and Michael Salslrom; Silver Arrow: Michael Salstrom, Kenneth Am- 1 brosini. Joe Livingston and Frank Wilson. PAMELA MOON Eureka High School KAREN WOOD South Fork High .School CATHY CAHILL SI. Bernard's High School Photo: Seely JUDY SMITH SHERRY RANKIN Fortuna Union High School Arcata Union High School Recognition Due High School Beauties When Annual Queen Of Silver Prom Selection Is Made This Saturday Night Sew Officers Elected By -ions' Auxiliary New officers have been eleclei y the Eureka Lions' club Auxil ary. They are Mrs. Norman Weaver, president; Mrs. Ro Butler, jr., first vice president \Irs. Roy Buller, sr., second vie ^resident: Mrs. Fred Schoei ieck, secretary; Mrs. Georg 'hompson, treasurer; Mrs. Roc or Adkins, tail-twister; Mrs. Tharen Scott, linn tamer- Board members are Mrs. Virgil £eimer and Mrs. Krnneth Van 3 elt. Installation of the new of- icers will be held at the 0. H. Town House at 7 p. m. Mrs. Ronald Kclley was hiiliat- ed into the Lion's Auxiliary at a meeting held recently when committee reports for the past year were heard. H was voted to make donations to nine charity organizations. Mrs. Virgil Zeimer was given a surprise shower of gifts for her baby. Tfie April 18 board meeting vill be held at the home of Mrs. George Thompson, 3337 0 street, Eureka. Scholarship Fund Planned By Club Occident Parlor No. 28. Native Daughters of the Golden West have begun plans to sponsor a scholarship fund, the Hester Kennedy Fund. Mrs. Ted Oberdorf reported on the achievement at the recent meeting. The group also held the annual Pal dinner at Humboldt House. Cifls were exchanged and pals revealed. The Mines. Jack Hancy, Ear] Inghain. Danny Francis and Lelta Lindbcrg were hostesses for the meeting. By JUDITH WYLAND One evening each year high ichool students in the area forget! jld school rivalries and quell Ihej iverlasting competition to jointly ittend the annual Silver Prom, icing held April 14, at Municipal Viidilorium, Eureka, now cnteringj Is tenth year. Presented this year by the co- iponsorship of Eureka Recreation and Parks department; Eureka Ki- vanis club: Arcala, Eureka, For- una and Henderson Center Merchant's association, the formal event is free to high school and inth grade couples. Bids are sent _o Eureka, Arcata, Fortuna, Del \orte, South Fork, Hoopa, McKin- eyville, Ferndale and St. Ber- lard's high schools, and they may ie obtained by students at their respective schools. Theme this year is "Wonderland By Night" and music will be ulayed by the Oden Hanson Orchestra from 8 p. m. to 12 midnight Some 12,000 young people have atlended the annual dance since its organization in 1953. . The prom will be highlighted, as i the past, by the coronation of queen and court, selected from representatives from each school Girls are selected from respective schools by a vote of the genera: student body, but final choice rests with adult representatives from each school and a member of Eureka Kiwanis club. Miss Sharon Vinum. of Fortuna, title ·ecipient in 1961, will also be present at the ceremonies. MISS PAMELA MOON Eureka High School Eureka High school sludent body selected Miss Pamela Moon ram a field of 26 contestants, to ·epresent their school. A junioi student, Miss Moon is the da'ugh tcr of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moon if Eureka. The Key Club sponsor ed girl is song leader, a member of tile honor roll; California Scho' arship Federation; Spanish club and Job's Daughters. She is en rolled in the business course a tho school. MISS KAREN WOOD South Fork High School Miss Karen Wood is the Soul Fork High school candidate. Th daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rennet Wood, of Rcdway. she is a senio student. She is a member of Girl' Athletic Association; Pep club Circle S.: Section I. Future Home makers of America president; lit member of CSF. Miss Wood ha been a cheerleader for Hire years; she was Girl State's Dele gate in her junior year: Daugl ter's of the American Revolutio award recipient this year; recip cut this year of the Bark of Amei ica award in vocational arts: an the Betty Crocker Homemake school winner. MISS CATHY CAHILL St. Bernard's High School St. Bernard's High school wi be represented by Miss Cath . . . for you -- our very special pre-Easter Specials Tipping and Frosting $^50 $1250 Permanents "You'll look like I/OH Cull Ruih, Jccin or Joan today for a wonderful jlisl. stepped »»t oj savings beauty treat . . but hurry, o f f e r ends April 20! " B "" (I B u THE CALL HI 3-3800 BOX BEAUTY SALON 2575 Harris St. across from now Safeway Storo hill, a senior student. The tighter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael hill, of Eureka, she is Ihe slu- nt body secretary this year; ir-year cheerleader: salutator- i of the senior class: life mem- r of CSF; Homecoming queen; cipicnt of Bank of America ard in liberal arts; Candy riper at SI. Joseph's hospital. her junior year she was class cretary and has been a member several inter-school and intra- 100! organizations, and has rved on publications staffs at e school. MISS JUDY SMITH Fortuna Union High School A senior student at Fortuna nion High school. Miss Judy nith, will enter competition foi ueen of the Silver Prom. She is ; daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. Smith. Rio Dell. A transfer im South Carolina. Miss Smith as named Homecoming princess st fall and was runner-up for veethcart Ball queen. She irector of Student Body Affairs; ember of CSF; president of Tri ties; Girls League cabinet; Pep b, and GAA. She also sings in e school a cappella choir and articipates in public speaking ?ents at the school. MISS SHERRY RANKIN Arcata Union High School Miss Sherry Faye Rankin wil 3mpete in the queen contest foi rcata Union High school. Mis. ankin is Ihe daughter of Mr. and rs. Charles Rankin, of Arcata nd she is a senior at AUHS. Sin as named Junior Princess at tin "hool and was runner-up in tin omccoming queen contest. Sh' a song queen and assistant busi ess manager of the yearbool Advance." She is also a mem er uf Kally Club. MISS PENNY ANDERSON Del Norte High School Del Norie High school, com eling girl in Ihe Silver Prom con e:t is Miss Penny Lee Anderson aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arni .nderson, of Hiouchi. Sponsorin ie senior student is the CSF, o 'hich she is a member. Mis Ltiderson's activities include pres- dent of Future Educators club; Indent body secretary; Girls' secrelary-treasurer; Pep lub; senior play; and secretary f Ihe class in her freshman ear. She also is a member of the chool publication staff. Miss Anerson is taking a business course it the school. MISS LAURA GRANT Hoopa High School reshman year, and was a mem- er of "Warriorclles." She was Iso cheerleader this year. MISS DONNA LEFFLER McKinleyvillc High School A sophomore at McKinleyville jgh school, Miss Donna Leffler ·ill be competing with the other chool representalives for the ueen litle. Miso Leffler is the aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry jeffler. She is vice president of le sophomore class; member of Honorary Sports society; student ouncil and was song queen. MISS DIANE SLOCUM Ferndale Union High School Completing the list of contest- mts. for queen of Ihe Silver Prom s Miss Diane Slocum, senior at 'erndale Union High school. The laughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Donald Slocum. of Ferndale, she was ponsored by the senior class and vas chosen from six other constants at the school. Miss Slocum is a member of CSF and the school honor roll. She is also a member of GAA, FHA, French ·lub and chorus. Sponsors of the annual prom can anticipate a large attendance his year as students arrive to cheer their school candidate. Photo: Jerome's LAURA GRANT DONNA LEFFLER Hoopa High School McKinleyville High School Miss Laura Lee Grant was hosen for competition by the Hoopa High school student body, liss Grant is the daughter of Mrs. ames Jackson, of Hoopa, and "rank Grant, .Ir., of Arcata. She s class president; a member of the honor society and has been member of the student council wo years. She was "Sweetheart" of the Sweetheart ball in her ton. Church Women Meet In Trinidad Mrs. Harold Daniels, assisted by Mrs. Electa Tarlton, hosted members of Maratha Guild, Prcs- yterian Women's society, in 'her Trinidad home. The afternoon program began with a reading of "Edge of Edge," a religious church study, by Mrs. Viggo Andersen. A discussion period followed. Other subject read ncluded the 5th chapter of Romans, from the Bible, by Mrs. Neva Hallmark. This was also followed by a question and answer period. A discussion was held on a community "Friendship Day" potluck dinner on the evening ol May 4 at the town hall civic club rooms. Other community area churches are lo be asked to participate. The event will take the place of the regular monthly fami iy pot-luck dinner given by the Presbyterian church. A report on the recent Presby- terial of the Redwoods, held in Eureka, was given by Mrs. Verne Thornton. Mrs. Thornton said 194 persons attended. The guild will take part in the Easter Sunrise services to be helc on Trinidad Head at the site ol the historic old granite cross by serving a Easter breakfast of cin amon toast, coffee or chocolate at the town hall civic club rooms following the services. Chairman is Mrs. Ernest Susan. A food sale, fund-raising event is scheduled for, May 12, at the Trinidad Market. A report on get-well cards sen 1 recently was given by Mrs. Tarl PENNY ANDERSON Del Norte High School DIANE SLOCUM Femdale Union High School By Frank and Persia «r^j$j|gj -»» Roberts There's no better spring tonic than a new wardrobe of crisp, crackling, colorful new cottons. And they are prettier than ever tills year--bright with floral prints, stripes and polka dots. Most of them carry the wash-and-wear label. A point to remember about your new wardrobe is this: the good old soap-and-water treatment has a way of putting soil in its place . . . but it often fails in its encounter with spots. We urge you not to try to remove stubborn spots by home spotting methods. Most drip-dry fabrics have either been given a surface treatment by quick drying agents, or are composed of a blend of fibers like rayon-and-dacron, orlco-dacron-and-cotton, and so forth. Before spots can safely be removed, the fibers must be identified, and the proper spotting treatment determined so as not to damage or destroy the fabric. A good rule to follow is this: If a spot can't be removed with clear, cool water, don't tamper with it. It's a job for your cleaner. The old expression "spotlessly clean" has a special meaning when applied to fine clothing. The best way to keep your clothes spotless is to get them to us before spots have time to "fasten" into the fibers. We keep the spots . . . and return your clothes beautifully cleaned and pressed. For promptly pickup and delivery, call Eureka Cleaners. Remember, you get SH Green Stamps and lots of easy swing-in, swing-out parking EUREKA CLEANERS "The House of Quality Dry Cleaning" 9 1 8 - 4 t h SI. HI 2-7040 Are you troubled with DIAGNOSE ESTIMATED MODERNIZE Look For This Symbol -- It Means MORE SAFETY MORE VALUE MORE SATISFACTION MORE FOR THE MONEY YOU SPEND TODAY Good Plumbing always on the job to make your home happy! PLUMBING AND PIPE FITTING INDUSTRY TRUST FUND

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