Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 12, 1962 · Page 16
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 16

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' HVMBOLDT SIVtWD/lHDfhursday. April 12, 1962. P. 16 Thelmo Lodge Launches Year's Program Preceding a recent meeting ofiflock, Paul Revere How, and Tho!m;i Hcbekah Lodge No. 1481 numerous buildings at tlie United Miss Charla Little of Eureka Nations. Goodfellowship Chair- showed slides and related her experiences of the United Nations man Mrs. Jessie Edgmon introduced Miss Little. , ^ Tour made lasi sum-1 N'ohle Grand Mrs. Michael An- · along with other high school jsak presided at I he business ses term. The Noble Grand announced plans for a District Goodfcllowsh'ip meeting at lilue Lake, fallowing the business meeting of Forest Lodge. Mrs. Charles Cress gave a report of the recent Heart Drive The following committees were named: Mrs. Nellie Wooden, Mrs. Pearl Hoist, Mrs. Norman Underwood and Mrs. Larry Trowbridge, with hostesses Mrs. Wray Whitehead and Mrs. Charles Cress. students of California. sn pre -,,,,.., ,,. ,,... .^ -.. Ision. Visiting from Centennial land thanked all who participated At the March 14 meeting the t._i.,_.i i :i ,, ,,..,.,.,,,.,- u;..il, r lii nf Cntiiiul/ip Pnlfnv birthday of Schuyler Colfax, founder of the Hebekal) Degree, The trip lasted twenty-eight! Lodge 100 of Eureka were Noble jand hel]ed make it a success. divs with three davs spent i n l G r a m l Mrs. Slater Smith. Mrs.iThe Noble Grand then presented . -. ...- --,,-- \VVhin"ton D C "where thcyiciyde Morrison, Mrs. Clarenccjall who had assisted with heart|was honored and a white elephant « , . u i r d " t h r ' c - i p i l a i building. thc'Annison, Mrs. I'earl Craves.\souvenirs. jcard parly followed adjournment \ational Art Gallery Smiihson-iMrs. Mary Smith and Mrs. Bes-l Miss Anna E. Murdock wasjof the business meeting. ·an I n s t i t u t e and the' Pentiigon.jsie McClc'an. " | presented with a 50 year jewel j Members sang the birthday oilier h i g h l i g h t s included Wash-j The mcmlwrs endorsed the ru-jand a in-1,1.1 Monument. Lincoln Mem-Vommcndalion of Mrs. Helen ^Grand, , i r i : i l . .loffersun Memorial. Mt.··Connolly of Delta Rehekah LndgciMiss \vnum. Grams Tomb. Hyde Park.'»« of Crescent City IK Y.-imi.-rlult Mansion. PlymoiitliiDeputy President fur 111 .1 land Mrs. Joseph Robertson and District I lodge s coming : Deceinlj High-style flats. Open shank with side bow trim Available in white smooth, bsne Teen and women's sizes 4-10. Medium heel, dress pump. Leather buckle with pearl ornament. In wbite or bone smooth leather or black patent leather. Women's sizes 4-10- Young misses' convertible straps with smart buckle In white smooth leather or black patent leather. Sizes 8Vz-3. Infants' sizes 4-8. FIRST QUALITY SEAMLESS NYLONS PR. The Custom Shop 917 3rd St. HI 3-6138 Just a few of thousands of styles on sale at KARL'S 427 "F" Street, Eureka OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS 'TIL 9 P.M. There are over 300 Karl's Shoe Stores in the west Creations by Henrietta Porter j We're all excited about I he gay spring and summer iash- ions' And you will be looking forward to your own fashion- right ensemble.. If you don't sew, bring your wishes to the Custom Shop . . . for individual sllyling at your fashion- righl best. Hours: Daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evenings by Appointment Thelma Rebekah lodge has its 1962 program underway under the leadership of newly installed officers. Pictured here, first row, left to right, are Mrs. Wray Whitehead, Mrs. Lydia Davenport, Mrs. Jessie Edgmon, v i c e grand; Mrs. Michael Ansak, noble grand; Mrs. Charles Cress and Mrs. Elsie Horel; second row, Mrs.. Otto Sheraske, Mrs. Emma Cooper, Mrs. Bert Carrick, Mrs. John Rogers, Mrs. Coleman Sims; third row, Mrs. Thomas Jacobs, Miss Helen Lay ton, Mrs. Paul Mayo, Mrs. Pearl Hoist. Variety Show May 16-17 At St. Bernard's Tri-Sci Club of St. Bernard's high school is sponsoring their annual Variety Show on May 16 and 17. The show will feature talent from this area. Everything from skits, pantomime, dancing. Easter Fashions In Garberville A fashion show by the Southern Humboldt Camp Fire Leader's association, will lie held this Sat- building in Garberville. The theme for this public social affair is "Easter Fashion Parade." The latest in spring attire will be fur- instrumental groups, quartets toj ' ' ~\'· £ am] Jap-stick rouhnes w.ll make upj^.^-.,, Gm . berville A dessert luncheon and a pro- the show. Anyone interested in participating in the Variety Show can contact Marilyn Dow, president of those «TM atlcnd the Tri-Sci Club, for further details by phoning the St. Bernard high school office and asking for Marilyn. gram will be included for all of to be used in the purchasing of equipment and also for a scholarship that will be awarded to the The proceeds from this show outstanding science student of will go to the Science Department'1962. Dr. Markwell To Speak At Nurses Workshop Here One of the featured speakers for the district nurses' workshop on Saturday, April 14, will be Dr Earl D. Markwell. Jr., assista professor of psychology at Humboldt Stale College. Theme of the workshop is "Impersonal Relations in Nursing." Registration is set for 8:30 a.m. with sessions continuing through out the day. Dr. Markwell came to Humboldt in 1959. A native of Oklahoma he received his A.B. and M.A. degrees from the University of Tulsa, and Ph. D. from the University of California at Los Angeles. 1 _reueruiei"ker's Fiesta.... quality for quality and dollar for dollar this grouping beats them all... read why! Uioih«m«sbecui for two by night! Feuerwerker's are open Monday and Friday Nights 'til 9 p.m. Here's an inexpensive group that gives you the quality, style and comfort you'd expect to find in a group costing much more. Three pieces are yours for one price: two 6-ft. sofas complete with wedge-shaped bolster and bolster brace and 30" triangular plasticized table top. Almost unlimited arrangement selections let your decorating urge run wild! Seats 5 with ease . . . provides comfortable sleeping for two. Ideal for the apartment dweller . . . smart in any home. Shop the town! See them all! Compare them feature for feature with the points listed below. Then see this group at Feuerwerker's. You'll be glad you did! Low down payment delivers. Read Way This Group is a Better Value Than Similar Merchandise: Foam cushions and bolsters ... give you comfort because foam is extra resilient... give you longer wear because foam will not lose its shape. Fashion coordinated colors. Choose from bisque, char-brown, lipstick red or turquoise. In smooth decorator fabric. complete Budget-pleasing price... includes two 6 ft. sofas with bolsters and bolster supports, and one removable plasticiicd table. Adjustable bolster support. Sturdy metol support firmly holds bolsters in place. Easy to adjust .. . may be used at cither end. Smart contemporary styling .. .designed for use in home or apartment ... in living room, playroom, den or guest room. Numerous arrangement variations. 854 Ninth St. Arcata FEUERWERKER'S "roniplflt' home furnishings' Dr. Earl D. Markwell, Jr., assistant professor of psychology, H u m b o l d t State college, will be one of t h e speakers at t h e district n u r s e s' association workshop Saturday, April 14. Registration is set ofr 8:30 a.m. and sessions will run throughout the day. He is a certified psychologist, itate of California; Licensed Psychologist. State of Arkansas; certi- ied clinical psychologist, Amer- can Board of Examiners in Psy- hological Hypnosis; member of he Society for Clinical and Ex- erimental Hypnosis, and Inter- ational Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. He is a World War II veteran, md is currently a consultant for he California State Vocational Re- labilitation Service and Child Wei- are Service for the Eureka area. DON'T LET A DRIP GET YOU DOWN!! Littlo dripi can be a big problem-especially late at night! If a leaky faucet li driving you crazy . . , call Harold Fitfor. We have » vary largo iloek of replacement parlt . . . for do-if-yourielfori, or for a modoft lervito charge, we will replace overy vmhor in your home. Harold Fisher PLUMBING HI 3-3131 623 3rd St. Eurolcs

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