Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 11, 1962 · Page 7
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Some of the committee members that assisted in the "April in Humboldt" benefit tea and fashion show at-the Humboldt County Community Nursing Home on Aprils are pictured here. Front row, left to right, are Mrs. Charles Johnson, Mrs. Eugene Hartman, Mrs. Glen Staples; back row, left lo right, Mrs. Jack Sheppard, Mrs. Robert Ueltzen, Mrs. Arlhur Lee, Mrs. Gerald Falor, Mrs. William Searle, Mrs. William Zerlang,'Mrs. Joseph Cruz, Mrs. Ross Barnes, Mrs. Lawrence Kavich, Mrs. Veryl Callison, Mrs. James W. O'Connell. Mrs, Helen Knight was the organist for the "April in Humboldt" fashion show at the Humboldt County Community Nursing Home last Thursday. At the left is-Mrs. Jane Malte, com- mentator for the show. The fashions were from the JJ Henderson shop and the Eureka Inn Fashion shop with millinery by Lucille's. April In Humboldt Is Theme Of Benefit Show Wild cherry trees, a flowei decked trellis and a wrought-iroi cart filled with daffodils helpei to set (he scene at the Humbold C o u nty Community Hospita Nursing Home for the fashion show and afternoon of cards las Thursday. Decorations were b; Mrs. Jack Sheppard and Mrs Ross Barnes. ', Mrs. Helen Knight was organ 1st for the parade of fashions furnished by the JJ Henderson Shop and the Eureka Inn fash ions. Mrs. Jack Malte was com mentator. Mrs. Eugene Hartman was general chairman of the show with publicity handled by Mrs. James O'Connell. Co-chairman for the desserl lunch were Mrs. Joseph Cruz anc Mrs. George Christ. Mrs. Glen Staples is Uie organizer of the Volunteer Service project for the Nursing Home. Mrs. Charles Johnson was chairman of admission ticket sales and also of the special prize project. The fashion show opened with two of the models, Mrs. John Stull and Mrs. James Walsh waltzing out, twirling umbrellas, with their raincoat ensembles, apropos to the theme of the show. Other models were Mmes. James Christensen, M e reed Wrigley, Lawrence Kavich and Gary Waddell. The organ WES furnished by the James L. Peels music company and numerous special prizes were awarded through the courtesy of local business firms. Millinery was hy Lueilles with hair styling by Ihe Myone Salon bid Edie's Salon. As previously mentioned, many firms in the. community donated items for the refreshments and for the implementing of the show. The fashions shown included coats, dresses and attire of all types for the Easter season. Gay floral patterns were prominent, as well as the all-white attire with vivid splashes of color in the ncccssorie-. Smartness and wear- ability were highlighted in the numbers shown with Ihe commentator, fashion - wise Mrs. Malte, pointing up Ihe attractiveness of each. In Ihe accompanying picture JUT many of Ihe vomen who as- and Mrs. Charles Thompkins, of Bistrin's, Barlow's J e w e l r y , "ricKinleyville, at the home of. Mr. sisted in making the benefit show a success. All proceeds are being used to purchase additional therapy equipment for the Nursing of the Volunteer committee. Many organizations of the area were represented at the tables where the guests were seated. Among those noted : were the group of Gray Ladies in their ct- tractive uniforms of the Red Cross service organization, all of whom give many hours of work at the Nursing home. Mrs. La Verne Edson was the winner of the grand prize of the afternoon. Two honored guests of the afternoon from the Nursing Home were Mrs. Caroline Jensen pjid Miss Louise Barnum. SURPRISE FETE A surprise parly honored Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Arnold. The Arnolds are sister and brother- n-law of Mrs. Thompkins. Attending were the Messrs, and ilmes. Ted Smith, James Roff, )avid Sutler, Ronald Sutler, Bruno Pialorsi. The Mesdames John amither and Jess Boyd. Bower birds are found only in Uistralia and New Guinea. Many Prizes To Be Awarded In Fortuna Show A collection of 20 special prize will be awarded during the I days of "Decor Distinctive," home interior decorating sho\ presented by Ingebretscn's Studi of Interiors at Ihe Redwood Go] clubhouse on April 12 and 13. Prizes will be awarded ever) half hour during Ihe show, plannei from 10:00 to 5:00 on Thursday 1:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 to 9:00 01 Friday. Prize winners need not bi present to win. The show, which will feature decorating delights tor every room in the home, is open to the public with tickets on sale at the door. Prizes have been . donated by Valley Grocery, Citizen's Furni ure, Ring's Pharmacy, J V, Liquors, Humboldt Fair Associ ation, Ferndale Hardware, all ol ''erndale: Palco Pharmacy, Sco- Barsanti's Mobil, Jones Furn- ture, Rio Dell; Bowman's Drugs, Fortuna Prescription Pharmacy, Vebb's Fortuna Hardware, Low' Furniture, Fortuna Florist, Shears Super Market, Fortuna: Dalys of Eureka and future Fortuna store. Mrs. Fred man of the Olson, prize chair- Redwood Women's Golf Association, sponsoring the how, was assisted by Mrs. Jack McManus, Dol Edson, Eurekn: Mrs. Harold Bratlen, Fortuna; ilrs. Dwighl Jones, Rio Dell; Mrs. Vayne McKee, Ferndale. Mrs. Bergroth Elected Chapter Head Of DKG Mrs. Henry Lambert was host- ss for the April meeting of Pi hapter, Delta Kappa Gamma, an ntcrnational Society for Women Educators. Officers for the next two years p cre elected. Mrs. Rudolph Berg, olh will be the new president rilh Kale Buchanan first, vice, resident; Hazel Hague second ice president; Mrs. Kaspnr Inge, rilson, secretary; Mrs. Frank amcron, corresponding secretary, and Bernice Xumwalt, rcnsurcr. Guest speaker for the meeting ras Mrs. June Adams of Eurekn. he spoke on the "World of Color" omnnslniling technique, compo. ilion, color and media by show- ing examples of paintings done by Alma Lcamcy, Hose Abrahamson and June Adams, all local artisls, Mrs. Adams reviewed the book "Color and Personality," by Fnbir Birren, a foremost authority on color, who has developed a theory that preference for certain colors reveals various personality traits. Members present were Mcs- dames Rudolph Bergroth, Harry Chnffcy, Carl .lacobson, Jack Norton, Lyle Collvcr. Antone Kjcr, Henry Lambert, William Pinches, Frank Cameron, Sunnier Damon, Gladys Marsh and Edna Haley; ) Misses Kale Buchanan, Hazel Hague, Helen Mcphorson, Toscn Srhnl/c and Bcrnicc Hum- Ritual Of Jewels Given For Three New Members of Xi Alpha Rho The Xi Alpha Rho chapter ol Beta Sigma Phi, had the Ritual of the Jewels for their new pledges, Mrs. Doran Garrett, Mrs. Don Hurst and Mrs. Roland Carlson. A formal dinner was had first at the Eureka Inn. The group .hen went to Mrs. Robert Olivera's home where Mrs. Gordon Scott, president, presided the meeting. The traditional yellow rose was .ised for decorating with rain- low colored candles. And each pledge received a long stemmed yellow rose. A fund raising project was discussed with the ways and means chairman, Ruby Dodge, in charge. It was also announced that one of the members, Mrs. Don McRae will receive the order of the Rose at Founders Day, April 27 Club. Mrs. presented each of the new pledges an addition to their achievement band. Mrs. Einar (Rose) Abrahamson, one of the local "shed painters," gave a most interesting talk on "The Enjoyment of Art. The hostesses, Mrs. Olivera and Mrs. Scott, served a dessert to the following members: Mesdames Carlton Coffey, Richard Davis, Ross Dodge, Ogden Hayes, Robert McLaughlin, Don McRae, Wesley Nelson, Mario Nieri, larence Person, Oren Pritchctt, Frank Simpson, Joe Swaner, Doran Garrett, Don Hurst, Roland Carlson, and Miss Livia Nieri and Jean McCabe. at the Baywood Country Scott presented each member with an addition to her achievement band, and Mrs. Cyril Taylor, vice president, Some 138,000 people live on sampans and junks in Hong Kong's crowded harbor, the leographic Magazine National s a y s . (nown as the Tanka, they have ong been considered a group apart. For centuries Chinese law orbade them lo settle ashore, marry landowners or work for he government. Keatm of- l/i/c omen MARGARET DELANEY, EDITOR Mr. and Mrs. William Morehouse of 2506 F Street, Eureka, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jean, to William Kuhl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuhl, 4271 D Street, Eureka. T h e wedding date has not been set. The bride-elect s a sophomore in Hum- Doldt State college, majoring in elementary education and Kuhl is a jun- or at Humboldt S t a l e college, majoring in mathematics. --Jerome's stuc CFG Working On Council Materials Mrs. Quinn · Rundell,' of Camp, n Heights, recently held the eeting of YO-Hon-fi-Ki Camp ire Girls at her home. The CFG's elected new officers serve for t h e next three onths. Hita Rundell was electee serve as president, Candy. Goron, vice-president; Karen Kenon, treasurer; Becky Reid, sectary; Bonnie McDonald, scribe; id Karen Shaffer will be argc of the scrapbook. At this meeting the group made t-upons for the grand council re which will be held in Forna in May. Members present ere Karen Shaffer, Bonnie Mc- onald, L i n d a Stlner, Linda 'tcrs, Karen Kenyon, Nancy errill, Becky Reid, Kaylin Lowy, Candy Gordon, and Rita Run- 11. Eureka Crescent City RAZY.FUN! zany .. zmgy .. twisty sweatshirt erewniates i Headed straight for funsville! The zippiest cardigan sweatshirts. Crazy Tops and Long John Popovers in a soft new cotton knit by Phil Rose and Hartogs that's completely washable. Absolutely the most in red, white, orange, black, royal blue, lime aqua, apricot and navy. Wear 'em with capris, shorts, swim suits . . . anything. S-M-L sizes. (Matching slim, capris $5.98). D.ly'i EUPEKA . . SpoH, shop, 3nJ Moor Oily'. CRESCENT CITY . . Slr««l Moor to Mountain people of Nepal prac tice Buddhism; inhabitants of Ihi valleys follow Hinduism. People o Ihe two faiths live together peace fully, often sharing the same tern pic. Honors Go To Former Eurekan In Air Force Maintenance Man of the Mont!) honors for February went lo TSG Raymond Hanson, a 72nd organizational maintenance squadron lanker crew chief, it was an- announced here. He was chosen for his inventiveness in devising aircraft modifications and for sust.sining his aircraft through 189 on-time take offs. In the past HUM130LDT STANDARD Wed., April II, 1962, Page,7 'wo years his aircraft have not 'iad lo abort, a mission. Hanson is Ihe son of the late Oscar Hansen and Mrs. Helga Hiuir ( sen, 1415 K street. Eureka.., Hei! iias been in the Air Force fo, S... years and is continuing this as a / ?arccr. He is a graduate of Ell-' rekii High school, entering 'the service after completing his Mr*'school work. He is now at Puerto Hico. Eiirelid and Crescent Ci/.j .. und soon ~' 1 '. Fortuna, loo! ·'· house of jimiorsvillc* UNIORSVILU a size .. not an age! and Dale's has the BIG selection of junior-sized fash S o n - pe rf ee t dr e sses to put you in the spotlight for easter and after Pick yours in regular or polite sizes 3 lo 17 from America's foremost junior dress designers . . BETTY BARCLAY . . LE GREG . . CAMPUS CASUALS . . JUNIORSVILLE . . TEENA PAIGE . . CANDY JONES . . NORMA GINI . . MISS PAT and WENDY WOODS! l.ighi- hearted dresses in sheaths, sunbacks, shirlmal; crs . (hocked and embroidered or p r e t t y in spring rainbow colors, dolled ond printed striped, loo More than .xX) to choose from 'we've only pi, lined .) . . Inline-perfect d a - s os ior i siimmeriul of foshion 1 Q 9 S . to 17 9 " Dily'i EUREKA , . Junior Ofb Shop. Jnrl fl». O.I,', C R E S C E N T CITY . . M.ll.nl..

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