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Southern Humboldt Music Festival Set April 26 Ross D. Harrington, county mu sic supervisor, has announced that (lie annual Elementary Southern Humboldl Music Festival will ection of William Crane; band ind chorus from Loleta school di- ecled by Robert Maddalana; be held April 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the Forluna h i g h school gymnasium. Organizing chairman is Edward Solenberger. The purpose of the feslival is to give all elementary schools ii Southern Humboldt an opportunity to share elemenlary classroom musical experiences as well as band, orchestra and chorus. Various classroom music projects will be spotlighted, and students will be given the opportunitj to lislen and see other schools perform for other schools, anr join with students from othei schools in such activities as a massed band, chorus and folk dance. The following groups will participate: Fortuna Union school band am a 96 voice girls choir under the direction of Robert Liddle; Fern dale Elementary Chorus directe by Robert Maddalana; Ferndale Elementary Band under the di cut moving costs RENT A HERTZ TRUCK · Move It yourself tn a clearii sturdy Chevrolet, GMC or other truck · Many with Hydraulic liftgates, pads and dollies available · Low rates Include Insurance... QQS and oil (even If you have to buy It on the road) · Rent by the hour, day, week or ' longer · You need only proper driver'* license and Identification HERTZ TRUCK RENTAL t HUH Truck Riirttl Service Ucilu* A. B. SCARLETT Summed Grant Sts. Eureka Ph. HI 2-3721 (Continued from Page 5) cal secretary, attorney, piano tuner, auto parts clerk, veneer and lumber grader will sit with :horus from Rio Dell school dl- common purpose, to fill the night ecled by Katherlne MacMillan md Nila Morrison; Rio Dell band under the direction of Edward Sblenberger; a combined bane rom Hydesville and Cuddeback meeting every Wednesday ni| schools directed by Edward Solen- rerger; a chorus from Hydesville ichool directed by Edward Solen- floods and other hazards not to jerger, a band from Rohnerville school district under the direction f Sewell Lufkin; a classroom academic credit for their parlici- music project from Cuddeback school directed by Mrs. Bonnie or chorale for one unit. Carter; and a performance by the Fortuna High School Intermediate band under the direction if William Swackhamer. EHS Musicians At HSC Festival on the Humboldl State college campus was participated in by seven members of Eureka High school band and orchestra. Among those playing were Dave Olds on the snare drum; Mark Gaedicke, Richard Spjut and Mary Kay Harlman on the piano, am Sarah Harding playing the violin Caroline Iverson played an oboe solo accompanied by Mary Hartman and a duct was performed Barlow and Fulkerson. Symphony Orchestra Presentation nder Jeffers, who headed It until 942. 11 was then known as the with music. Always At Rehearsals It will be one of the moments the groups have long worked for, at the college. In past years, some members have driven through miss rehearsal. Only a few students and music teachers receive pation, enrolling in the symphony A balance of representative works throughout the ages, including contemporary, romantic and classic compositions are selected for the groups, according to their directors. The chorale is directed by Leland Barlow and the symphony conducted by Charles E. Fulker- The North Coast Section Solo s on, both Humboldt State profes- and Ensemble festival held April sors of music. The chorale and sumphony are serious groups, and the fulfillment of the dreams of many county ·esidents, both living and some whom their music has outlived They were founded with their inter-community organization because of the lack of enough qualified students to make them purely Humboldt State groups, and the desire of talented persons in the county to organize such musica bodies, according to professors (insisted of 20 members. At one time, every member ol Irs. Crane's family played in the ymphony. Her husband played ello, a son played trombone, nother son Ihe violin, and her aughter completed the family earn on the French horn. At full strenglh, the symphony ow has 53 members. For Thars- ay concert, It will have 27 strings, brass players, .13 woodwinds and percussion players. One member 'ill double on oboe and English orn. In 1942, the symphony was brok- n up, due to the wartime re Lriction on gasoline which made leeting difficult, and the calling way of some members to war- ime duty. Rehearsals began again ji 1946, under ihe reorganization f Professor Fulkerson. The chorale is the result of the 959 fusion of the old Arcata Com- nunity Choir and the college chor- is. The Arcala choir had been or- |anized in 1948, and had many members from outside communi- ies. The college chorus dated lo many years before Ihe Arcata group, according to Professor Bar- iw. The construclion of the Music Building and Sequoia Theater at trude Raleigh, soprano; Marina jy Sarah Harding on violin am D i a n e Eikenberry playing the cello. Forty other EHS students attended the affair as an audience. Eureka Music department head Louis Wcichselfelder stated that (lie participation at the annual Music Festival staged at Hum- ooldt State College March 31 was the largest orchestra to represent Eureka high school since 1940. The symphony, older of the two, was born in 1932, under- Professor Edmun Jeffers, then head of the Humboldt State music department. Remembers Beginning Mrs. Harriet Crane of Ferndale, Guest Speaker -- Mrs. Amelia Ley, supervisor · of elementary physical education In the Eureka city schools, was guest speaker at the March meeting of the Associated Eel River kindergarten and first grade teachers. Mrs. Ley discussed primary 1 games an dances. Interior Window SHUTTERS Modsrnlll your home with teleeled Katiurt hardwood thutleri of pre- elilon bunt coiulrucllon. smoothly sanded, fingertip louvre control!. No maintenance or other window cover- Ing required. tONG 20" 51.JS S1.1B $1.68 $1.92 23' 1.46 1.67 1.92 2.15 26" 1.64 1.95 2.20 2.45 29" 1.82 2.15 2.45 2.95 32" 2.05 2.35 2.72 3.15 36" ' 2.30 2.63 2.98 3.4S 39" 145 lit 3 J 5 3 . 7 0 E E Watnitlt 409 H St. Belw««n 4th S. 5th on H St. HI 3-3079 Treat skirts, cloths, towels mats lo the brightest trim- colorful cross-stilch. 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Only 25 cents. :lill a symphony violist, rcmcm-i Harylee De Andrels, violin; Doris ers the formation of that group Eikcnbery, violin. :umboldt Little Symphony and soon. TRINIDAD: Iris Osboreti, bassoon; Janet Maloney, contra-bas- FERNDALE: Harriet Crane, vi FORTUNA: Iris Anderson, vio- in; Bill Swackhamer, violin; Charlotte Swackhamer, bassoon. McKINLEYVILLE: Ed Fish, bass trumpel. BLUE LAKE: Ellen Connlet, viola. HUMBOLDT STATE: Kathy Fauquler, violin; Julie Fulkerson. violin; John Clark, violin; Beryi Munlher, violin; Patsy Snyder, violin; Beverly Lass, cello; Kenneth Thruslon, cello; Ken Davis oboe and English horn; Joan Byker, clarinel; Carole Cress, clarinet; Sandra Akins, French horn; Ted Hamilton, French horn; Dick Kuehner, trumpet; Jim Olcoll Irumpet; Claude Shouse, trom bone; Sara Hallin, percussion; Rowland N i e 1 s o n, percussion; Adrienne Pierce, percussion; Rosalie Prince, percussion; Howarc Mann, percussion; Frank Ward bass clarinel. HUMBOLDT CHORALE ARCATA: Fred Baker, bass; Joan Brozovich, alto; Barbara Fisk, soprano; Hazel Hammond tenor; Maxine Harling, soprano; William Haverstock, baritone; Marianne Haynes, alto-mezzo; Biola Jane Pratl, soprano; Ger- Humboldt Stale gave the sympho- ly and chorale permanent loca- ions for rehearsal and concert jroduction. Director Fulkerson recalled that he symphony held rehearsals in nearly, every available facility al he college at one time or another, ncluding classrooms, the Indus- rial Arts Building and the gymnasiums. Concerts were held in ligh school gymnasiums and oth- Schiper, alto; Kathy Stover, so prano; May Willis, soprano; Pat Wisner, soprano; Larry Westmore land, tenor. EUREKA: Vivian Brede, sopra no; Darlene Garcelon, alto; Doro they Olds, mezzo soprano; Shirley Bare, soprano; Bob Seely, tenor and bass; Ann Sheldon, soprano TRINIDAD: Hal Walerhouse tenor. FORTUNA: Lloyd Anderson, bass; 'Robert Maddalena, bari- er locations not measuring up to tone; Gary Kamph, bass. he almost acoustically perfect Squoia Theater. In addition to the Spring Concert, the symphony and chorale appear in the Christmas Concert, Popera and Fine Arts Festival, annually held at Humboldl State. Hopes For Separate Groups As Humboldt State enrollment grows, H is probable that a symphony and chorale may be com posed entirely of college students, according to Professor Fulkerson. He looks to the day when -separate college and community clior- ales and symphonies will be cs- McKINLEYVILLE: Mary E. Spcakman, soprano. BLUE LAKE: Peg Dickerson, soprano and alto; Joseph McAlister, tenor. CHANNEL: Jill Cannon, soprano. HUMBOLDT STATE: Marian Ackley, alto; Paul Armstron, bass or tenor; Jinnie Barnes, alto; Cathlcen Beech, soprano; Roylene Bishop, alto; William Bruno, bass; Donna Callgan, soprano; Linda Cooper, soprano; Sharon Eller, al Susan Estes; soprano; Joe Forbes, bass; Kathie Grolh, allo; Eureka Posts Hold Joint Installation Mrs. Enid Bailey, of Roseville, and Delbert Bailey, were instating officers at a joint ceremony of Ladles Auxiliary, Patriarchs Militant 35, and Canton Eureka 35. Mrs. Bailey is president of th Department Association LAPM of California and Bailey is brigadier general and First Brigade Com mander of California. The following were installed for the Auxiliary: junior past president, Miss Eleanor Roberts president, Mrs. Jessie Edgnion; vice-president, Mrs. Vcrn Bick ford; secretary, Mrs. John Rog ers; treasurer, Mrs. Charles Cress; officer-of-the-day, Donalc Roberts; officer - of - the - guard Charles Cress; chaplain, Mrs. Wil liam McDonald; sentry, V e r n Bickford; right aide to the presi dent, Mrs. Etta Erlandsen; lef aide to the president, Mrs, Louise McClaskey; right aide to vice president, Mrs. Elsie Horel; righ aide to the past president, Mrs Celia Wax; right aide to the chap lain, Mrs. Annie Amen; left aide to the chaplain, Mrs. Donald Rob erts. Installed for Canton Eureka 3; /ere captain, Donald Roberts lieutenant, Charles Cress; clerk Emmet Watson; accountant, John R. Rogers; chaplain, Robert Mon teith and sentry, Haskell Young General Bailey delegated Robert Monteith to install other new offic ers who were unable to he pres ent at a later date. Junior past president, Miss Rob erts received her past president' pin from her father, Donald Rob erts, who pinned it on her uni 'orm. The new president, Mrs Edgmon, on behalf of the Auxili ary, presented a gift to Mrs Bailey. The installation was pre ceded by a turkey dinner. lablishcd, which he feels is at least Terry Gullikscn, alto; Mary Hall, a few years away. In the near future, at least, college student, doctor, attorney and lumber grader will continue to sit side by side to fill a musical need in HUmboldt county, and probably continue to draw large crowds at their concerts. The persons adding their efforts and time to make the Humboldt Symphony and Chorale successes and the communities they represent are as follows: HUMBOLDT SYMPHONY ARCATA: Bob Harris, trombone; Dorothy Sleeves, violin; «oprano; Peggy Hartley, alto; Kitie Hemingway, alto; Roger Holmes, bass; Gary Kamph, bass; Mary Lynn Klages, alto; Julie Kulmann, alto; Jan Mackins, soprano. Joan Nichols, alto; Marcellene Nortn, alto; Judith Peacock, alto; June Peckenham, alto; Barara Porter, alto; Gay Richardson, alto; Daniel Roach, bass; Kenneth Rowley, bass or tenor; Fred Schuler baritone; Jim Sorer, bass; Sherman Stake, bari- one; Marilee Starkey, allo-con- ralto; Norman Stoveland, tenor; Elaine Bux, cello; Gladys Costel- Patricia Tilley, alto; Ruth Turner, lo, cello; Joseph Trainor, bass; Jerrold Moore, oboe; Ray Parker, percussion, Marsielle Mulcahy, trumpet. BAYSIDE: J. Opre McCoy, French horn. EUREKA: Francene Chapman, violin; Victor Corbett, violin; Ralph Pederson, violin; Marianne Pinches, violin; Esther Thompson, viola; Woodrow Thompson, viola; Eugenia Baku, cello; Dan Gurnee, bass; Carolyn Downing, flute; Margaret Jones, flute; Carole alto; Derrald Vaughn, tenor; Ron aid Vaverka, bass; Jack Zuber- luehler, tenor; Roger Beckendorf, enor. Cress, clarinet; trombone; Sara Lewis Hallin, sion; David Olds, percussion; ROOFING Delegates Depart Friday For CSF State Convention The State convention of Cali- brnia Scholarship Association will e attended by some 15 members Larsen, O f the Eureka High school chap- percus- ter when it convenes April 13 at Cornet Trio To Play In Fresno Clinic The cornel trio from Eurek High school, Noel Weidkamp, Ti Dinsmorc, and Roberl Spina wilh pianist Gary Coon, now Humboldt State college, will b one of the performing ensemble at the Biennial Convenlion of II California Music Educator's ass cialion, in Fresno. The convenlii runs from April 15 lo 18. The will appear on Wednesday, morn ing at a Trumpel Clinic sectio meeting al which Dwight L. Ha Education Department, Conn Co poratlon, will be the clinician. In addition lo this performanc the group presented the pr ?ram for a Lion's club mee ng today at noon, and th Fresno Rotary club meeting Wednesday, noon, according Louis Weichselfelder, director instrumental music at Eurek High. Arrangements for the ser ice club appearances were mac by Sam Barkman, director music at McLane High in Fresn The trio was judged by man to be the outstanding musical a raction, at the District Conve ion of the Klwanis clubs in Sa Diego last October. Carmichael. Attending Ihe annual meet will be Andrea Chambers, Kae Waters, Carole Smullin, Larry Gunderson, George Brown, Belly Shoemaker, Fred Hilger, Derry Cook, Charla Little, Debby Iverson, Stan Pesis, Dan Yeider, Pat Sutro, Ron Anderson and Julie Timmons. Facully advisor Mrs. Freda Goodwin will accompany the group to the meeting. All day Friday the students will stay in Sacramento. Saturday they will attend the convention and report on the projects accomplished by the Eureka chapter. District officers will be elected after the regular business is taken care of. Marily Allen was elected District Treasurer for the 1961-62 school year. Early Detection And Treatment Of Cancer Essential To Recovery HUMBOLDT STANDARD Tuesday, April 10, 1962, P. 7 The value of catching cancer rly was explained to campaign orkers in Arcata preliminary to eir 11)82 American Cancer Soety drive. The mecling was held the home of Mrs. Alfred Houlc. lialrman of residenlial soliciting the Arcala - Samoa - Old Arila road district. Speaker was ullan Jacobsen, chairman of the ayslde area. By plain statistical listing of omparative results, Jacobsen lade vivid the truth medically nown today that early detection an double and triple the saving 1 lives. In colon and recto.1 cancer, Ja- obsen quoted from established ledical record, 21 percent of lives iday can be saved with late treat- lent, but with early treatment 8 percent are saved. In breast ancer, 37 per cent will live on tier late treatment, compared to per cent of those in whom ie lesion was detected early. In terine cancer, the figures are 3' er cent lo 82 again with early ·eatmenl. And in more superficial -- ac- essable -- incidences of cancer, ratio of early lo dclayec realment cure is even greater might be added. Jacobsen also gave a cleai Printed Pattern 9398 -*=-. 2-10 Il's fun lo play the "what-lc wear" game when a litlle gi can team this whirling princes with a clever cape one day, jo ket the next. All three are vei easy to sew. Printed Pattern 9338: Children Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. See patter 'or yardages. Send FIFTY CENTS (coin!) for this pattern -- add 10 cents for each pattern for flrst-clasi mailing. Send to Mnrlan Martin, Humbold! Standard, Pattern Dept., 232 Wesl l«th St., New York 11, M. Y. Prlnl plainly NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBEI Eatral Extral Extral Big Spring- Summer Pattern Catalog -- over ina styles for all sires, occasions. Misses, Half-Size, Women's Wardrobes. Send 3SC1 Rohnerville PTA Sets Installation Wednesday Night) Installation of officers will head he business agenda of the Rohnerville Parent-Teacher association 1 when it meets April 11 (Wednesday) at 7:30 p.m. in the Toddy Thomas school multi · purpose room. Mrs. Harloy Bnumgarl has planned a program that will feature Forluna Union High school senior problems students In a "Teen-Age Panel" with their instructor serving ns moderator. Itcf, .shmonls will be served nl the close of the meeting by the Ihirtl grade mothers. Baby-sitters will bo prnvidcd. beautify your kitchen - with More 'Home Executives' (this sounds better than housewives) are finding a new world of color and beauty in Formica. Using -this wonder material on the Drainboard in your kitchen will not only beautify your working area, but will make your work easier. CALL JIM MILES HI 2-6113 rain board Shop akdown of how the American niicr Society spends its money, each dollar collected, he slated, per cent goes to research and ucatlon, 20 per cent to service, per cent to fund-raising and y 8 per cent -- a national low- administrative costs, ilrs. Louis De Roos, executive cctor from the Eureka office, gcd volunteers and anyone in- estcd to contact her at any ne for malcrial or information, e stands by to help with every cans at her disposal. Arcata area chairmen this year e Mmes. D. R. Mitchell, Samoa irhavcn; R. F. Gatske, Sunny- ae; Reese Bullen, Arcata No. Mrs. J. H. Carvell, Arcata No. and Bloomfield; Louis Mohoro- ch, Indianola-Frcshwatcr; Pres n Gunther, Pleasant Hill; Pete manini, Janes precincl; Joe 'zzonico, Arcata 4; Jerry Iskra d Joe Cruz, Union A and B co airmen; L e o n a r d Necoches cston Heights; Ned Barsugli; eata 3; Richard Flannery, Ar ta 2; Earl Sayers, Arcata 7 fred Iloule, Arcata 1 and also neral chairman, and Jacobsen ayside-Imlianola. Korbel Sorority Has Speaker On Gardening Herbert Quainlance of Eureka vas guest speaker at the last regular meeting of XI Theta Upsilon chapter of Beta Sigma Phi it the Korbel recreation hall. Qunintunce spoke on his own 'ield, gardening. Mrs. Archie Ambrosini presided and election of officers for 196263 was held. Mrs Charles Russell was named president; Mrs. Jerome Kuenstcr, vice-president; Mrs. Clay Langley, extension of- r lcer; Mrs. Jerry Wilson, recording secretary; Mrs. Kenneth Walker, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ronald Lyles, treasurer; Mrs. Jerry Heintz, civil defense officer; Mrs. David Davis, council representative and Mrs. Clarence Bugenig, alternate representative. Mrs. James Lyles was hostess for the evening and others present included guests, Mrs. Paulsen and Mrs. Joe Boughton and members, the Mesdames Gene Costa, Glenn Fisher, Jack Woods, Ray Felio, Bud Parent and Wanda DeVore. STY? get gassed up at RALPH ANDERSON'S CHEVRON SERVICE 4th and D Sfs. Downtown Eureka Complete line of Atlas and Standard Products Ingebretsen's Studio of Interiors Presents 'Decor Distinctive" HOME DECORATING SHOW at the Redwood Golf and Country Club April 12, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and April 13, 1 to 5-7 to 9 p.m. You are invited to see this showing of distinctive and decorative fabrics at the Redwood Golf and Country Club in Fortuna. Adm., $1.00 -- proceeds to go to the Redwood Empire Golf Assoc. NEWEST PATTERN IN HEIRLOOM* BUY 3 and GET 1 FREE It See Vivanl»-a new sterling dream design comes to life! And to introduce this lovely pattern wo have a wonderful otter you'll find hard to resist. Wo give you the fourth place setting FREE, with your purchase of three. OR when you buy 3 individual place setting pieces-the fourth piece is FREE! And we have special introductory prices on Vivant serving pieces, too. 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