Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 10, 1962 · Page 8
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 8

Eureka, California
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Tuesday, April 10, 1962
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The former Barbara Jean Faison is now Mrs. Jerry J. Ridgeway. The wedding took place in the First Presbyterian church of Eureka on March 4. --Glen Bown photo Faison-Ridgeway Vows Said In Church Ceremony Miss Barbara Jean Faison and Jerry J. Ridgeway exchanged their marriage vows before the Rev. S. M. Eidsath in a ceremony held in the Eureka Presbyterian Kealm of l/i/c omen MARGARET DELANEY, EDITOR HUMBOLDT STANDARD Tuesday, April 10, 1962, P, church on 4. The Rev S. 11. Eidsath, pastor of the Arcata Presbyterian church, officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Mrs. N e v i l l e Massa, state president of the California division, American Association of University W o m e n , w a s guest speaker at a luncheon meeting of Humboldl branch. AAUW, last Saturday. The meeting was h e l d a t Baywood Golf and Country club. University Women Hear Mrs. Massa Highlights of the luncheon meeting of Humboldt branch, Ameri- c;m Association of University Women, at Baywood Country club last Saturday were the visit of tite state president, Mrs. Neville Massa of Walnut Creek, and the qucls of orchid color carnations.!annual election of officers of the Byron Wrigley served as beslj "-'"' brairch man. Ushers were Orvillc Luster.; Mrs. John Aascn. president, presided and the speaker was in traduced by Mrs. William Rooney program chairman. Mrs. Massa's topic. "A Look Jr., of Dayside, and Greg Dodge, of Eureka. Flower girl, Balinda Costa, was attired in a white floor-length dress. Russell Ridgoway, brother of the The bride is the daughter of bridegroom, served as ring-bearer, a n d O r l a n d o Draheim, thej groom's grandfather, was soloist. A reception at the Eureka Women's club, attended by 100 guests, followed the ceremony. Coffee and junch were servi The trumpet trio of George C. Jacobs junior high is one of the groups to be heard in the annual spring festival concert to be given at the school gymnasium on Wednesday, April 11, at 7:45 p.m. Left to right are Mike Maples, Dale Eichar and Janet Shay. They will play "Carnival for Trumpets." Tickets for the concert will be available at the door. Richard Stroud is band director at the Jacobs junior high. Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Faison of Eureka. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ridgeway of Bayside. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown ol Chantilly lace wilh traditiona' long sleeves, a hand-clipped seal loped neckline and bouffant skirt flowing inio a chapel train. Her French illusion finger-lip veil fell from a crown of Chanlilly lace and pearls. Her bouquet was of w h i l e butterfly roses will] a whitej orchid center. The maid of honor, Miss Myrna Ridgcway, sister of the bride- Into the Future." included a discussion of changes proposed for the accrediting of colleges foi AAUW eligibility and proposed structural changes in the organization itself. A discussion and question period followed her talk. Officers elected by unanimous vote of the branch arc Mrs. Wil liain Osborne, president; Mrs. The former Bonnie Lorraine Bailee of Arcata is the new Mrs. Ralph Edward Helton. The wedding took place in Arcata and the couple's new home is at 2660 Hall street, Eureka. --Phillips Camera Shop Bonnie Saiiee Is Bride Of Ralph Edward Helton Bishop J. B. Smith officiated signed with cap sleeves, square a bell skirt. She carried a crescent-slmpcd bouquet of pink carnations. Other attendants. Miss Kalhj Campbell and Miss Kay Dougher ty wore gowns identical to maid, of honor. Both carried bou-Jacobs, ave. i u ,,· n !Rooney. first vice president; Mrs. ·ed by Miss Or-, R H / N a i r n c , sccond vi(;e presi . lando Draheim and Mr. and Mrs.| dcnt . Mrs Robert Glcnde, sec at the double-ring wedding cere- neckline and moulded bodice. She Donald Malanscn. Miss Barbara Ridgcway attended the guest book and Miss Julie Stevens the gift able. The couple left on a wedding rip to Los Angleles. The bride hose a toast-colored suit and bone jcccssories for her traveling at- re. The new Mrs. Ridgeway was .raduated from Eureka High groom, was gowned in pale orchid school and is presently employee it the Beneficial Finance com pany. Eureka. The bridegroon also graduated from Eureka Higl school. He is employed by Nation wide Rental System. The couple is residing at 2S ond vice president; Mrs. Quentin L3'iies, corresponding secretary Mrs. Ernest J. Oslrum, treasurer. The new officers will be in- tailed at the May luncheon meel- ng in the First Congregational liurch in Eureka. Mrs. John Chandler reported up on the efforts underway to have mental health clinic established Humboldt county and gave report from the Mental Health Society regarding the plan. The branch voted its endorsement o the effort. The state division officers rec ognized the branch's recent name grant of ?500 earmarkec for the African fellowship fund Other commitments to the fcl Batter Day Saints in Arcata. Floral decorations in the chapel vere baskets of white stock and ris with greenery. The bride, who has resided at .,07 F street, Arcata, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Niels lansen Powers. Ore. The groom [ S the son of Mrs. Esther Thompson. Roseburg, Ore. Attendants at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Helton of A Weekend Outing!! NONE CAME HOME SEAT BELTS SAVE LIVES!! tical injury di proven by icientific re' STUDIES SHOW WITH THE USE OF SEAT BELTS, SERIOUS AND FATAL INJURIES ARE REDUCED BY MORE T H A N . . . GET YOUR SEAT BELTS TODAY Weekend Special Large comfortable foam rubber pillows t\ Reg. 1.99 each ·*· AUTO PARTS ACCESSORIES USE YOUR OPEN FRIDAY NITES 'TIL 9 P.M. 6th F Sts. HI 2-0677 mony of Bonnie Lorraine Sallccjhad \ of Arcata and Ralph Edward (veil. flower hat with short Helton of Bayside on March 31. The setting for the wedding was he Church of Jesus Christ of feathered carnations. . . Medford, Ore., brother and sister-in-law of the groom. The bride wore ballerina- Thc bride carried a French bouquet of stephanotis and white Her matron of honor wore a pink sheath with white accessories and had a corsage of white carnations. The flower girl, sister of the bride, Raylene Hansen ivorc a pink frock with white bonnet tied with pink ribbons She carried white carnations accented wilh pink streamers. A reception was held at the church parlors. A sister of the bride, Deanna Hansen, attended Ihe guest book and the matron of honor served the wedding cake. Three more young musicians in the George C. Jacobs band are, left to right. Ron Jones, Jeff Conners and Don Lang, trombonists. Richard Stroud, band director, will present both the advanced and intermediate bands in a Wednesday night concert. The program will include a well balanced program that marks the culmination of the work done for the spring festival at Humboldt Slate college. The public is invited to attend the concert and tickets will be available at the door. length gown of Valencia lacej over lavender taffeta. It was de- Loria and Angela Cadabona attended Ihe gift table and their mother, Mrs. Angie Cadabona served punch. The newly married couple now reside at 2660 Hall street. Both bride and groom are graduates of Roseburg, Ore., senior iiigh school. Mrs. Helton is secretary at the Heird Lumber Company office in Arcata. Helton is assistant golf pro at Bay- ivood Golf and Country club. Arcata Lions Auxiliary Has Gift Exchange ARCATA - The Arcata Lions Auxiliary met at the Bella Vista for dinner and their regular business meeting and birthday party night. Secret Pals exchanged gifts. The group appointed a nominating committee for new officers consisting of Mmes. James Fabbri, chairman, Joe Costa and \\il- liam Dunsmorc. Mrs. Al Frankc made and decorated a birthday cake. Mrs. Del Herritt won the special prize. Birthday honored for the month w-is Mrs Norman Cummings and anniversary. Mmes. Lou Redmond and Del Herritt. Mrs Joe Costa led the devotions and Mrs. George Hale the Pledge to the Flag. last Friday morning. Special Mrs. Oscar Butler was a guest g uosts included journalism stu- of Mrs. Jerry Herman. jdents and their advisors from Arcata and McKinleyville high Press Group President Is Speaker "Journalism is a line of work where curiosity hits the jackpot," Mrs. W. K. 'Marjoriel Saville of' Menlo Park, president of the California California Press Women's association, told an assembly audience at Humboldt State college low-ship loan program also have been made by the branch. A redwood gift was presented Mrs. Massa from the branch. school as well as other interested persons of the community. Mrs. Saville was introduced by- Mrs. Ward George, director of Officers of the newly formed North Coast Press Women's association and their guest, Mrs. Marjorie Saville, president of the California Press Women's association conferred preceding an informal lunch- eon at Pete's Steakhouse last Friday. Left to right, are Mrs. Roy Neilson, secretary; Mrs. Ward George, president; Mrs. Saville and Miss Margaret Delaney, vice president. full scope for her natural curiosi- ml affairs around K-irlicr on Saturday, in a per- tnt . Humboldl Stale News and In-!'*' al " n " evc " '"" sunal interview, Mrs. Massa com-j formal ion bureau and prcsidenl ofj 1 "-''- A journalist has a right to! inci'ited on Ihe completion of lhej|i l c ,\orlh Coast District questions of everyone and new AAUW center in Washington [Women's association, new affilialci a ] H ) u| everyone, she pointed out. D.C.. showing how t h i s facilitates:^ Hie stale group. sho t . ;ll ,,i ollc ,| ||, c . students to Ihe w o r k of the organization. Shel M , s . Saville, winner ol a na- ..^ , k , msl , |v( , s ,, i n |hoi| . U ,. itil1f , not to Irv to imilale other writ- .cd slruc gani/.atinns. also commented upon the propos-ltional Press Women's association r t u r a l changes of Ihe o r - j r a d i o w r i t i n g award, emphasized Ihe importance of keeping an open mind while one is a student, the fields of study inlo tour gen- Unless you look widely at what instead of theiyou may do, she said, you may now in force. I miss the l u r n i n g of your lifetime. eral ciilcponcs. many branches would make for more effective She cited instances from her own work in which she started as a concert violinist, changed to a free lance writing job and currently is working on a book. As a "free lancer, Mrs. Saville recently made a rapid 'our of Europe and the Near East in com- significanl services of the AAUW. pany wilh a group of newspaper and meaningful accomplishments. Now completing her second year as state president and her 'sixth year in state offices, Mrs. Massa considers the fellowship grants to Kradi'"'.c students in specialized fields one of Ihe most This wa Mrs. Massa's loiirllijeditors and publishers, interview' visit to Ihe Htimholdt branch. Jug men in Ihe power spots of I'rcsenlly (here are I2. r i liraiicli-igovernment and also visiting in of AAUW in California a m l | r u i a l homes where the true flavor abmil 2I1.IKKI members. Atlendin of a people can be found. the Saturday mceling were gucsl Mrs. Saville further contended members Irnm Crescent City and -that journalism is an ideal pro- Willils branches. jlc^icm lor a woman, allowing her ers' styles and not to be afraid to ask questions. "Don't try In blulf your way through. Admit that you don't know, hut ask for information," she advised. Following the assembly program in Ihe Sequoia theatre she was guest of honor at a luncheon of the North Coast Press Women's group at Pete's Steak House. Eureka. During her visit here she was a week end house guest of Mrs. Hob Roy Neilson of Arcala, secretary of Ihe association. Sewing Chili--Empress sewing club will meet at Ihe home of Mrs. Fred Parton of Arcala Ihls (Tuesday) evening with Mrs. Shirley Naye presiding. "" Make a date with us this Wcdncsdny, April 11, /or n d c f i g h l - j t i l "fashion Fair" Luncheon in the beautiful Colonnade Room at the Eureka Inn. You sec .Spritif/'s IHOS/. troiidoT/ti! ict« fashions Itcinfi modeled, nil f r o m / / i c combined stock of ././'s Fashion in Henderson C o n f e r and ././'s Imi Slioj). Modeling s t a r t s nf. 12 o'clock noon.

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