Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 12, 1962 · Page 17
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St.. Bernard's Represented At CSF Meeting .Attending the state convention of the California Scholarship Federation will be seven delegates from St. Bernard's high school. The convention will begin in Sacr ramento -on April 13 and end on "the 11 The members of the CSF attending the annual convention from St. Bernard's are Louise Bono'mini, Kathy Eue, Dennis Knapp, Diane Grinsell, Marilyn TM° Dow, Virginia Ryan, and Patrick McGaraghan. John Savant, faculty member, will accompany the group to the meeting. The students will visit Sacramento all day Friday, then attend the convention on Saturday. The theme of this year's Convention is "Conquest of Space: a Quest for Peace." Animals are heavy fish-eaters in Saskatchewan, Canada. The province's ten thousand la! yield 19 million pounds of fish a year, of which 6'/t million pounds go to fur farms for feed. ikes [01 California Congress PTA Officer In Visit To Area Mrs. W. W. Wood, vice president of the California Congress of Parents and Teachers, addressed FrA members in the Humboldt - Del Norle area recently during a three-day lour of Frank both counties. Mrs. Wood arrived Tuesday evening ond started the tour in Scotia ments. on Wednesday morning. Mrs. Jack Ballard was luncheon hostess and from the-tour continued with, an inter- 1 esting visit to the two-room [olmcs school with Mrs. Louise Vicloi Paine, principal. On Thursday a no-host luncheon Jackson, was held at Eureka Inn under the parent coordination of outgoing presidents Jeffers, of Arcata Council PTA and Eureka Council PTA, Mrs. Carl Parker and Mrs. Harry Massagli. Mrs. Wood was the luncheon speaker. In the afternoon the vice-president visited a Eureka PTA and Thursday evening a potluck dinner was di: given at Willow Creek, after which Mrs. Wood installed new officers ir the Trinity Valley PTA. The busy tour continued on Friday with Mrs. William Silva, of Arcala, as hostess for an 8 a.m. breakfast before the visit to Del Norle County. A smorgasbord luncheon was held at Hie Surf Coffee shop, where Mrs. Wood spoke lo the FfA groups from Dial county. Mrs. Hutlcdge, outgoing president of Del Norte County Council PTA, was in charge o[ arrange- Members of the executive board the 22nd district who accompanied Mrs. Wood on the tour of Uie. two counties were Mmes, Honlund, president; Aur Andersen, vice-president; James i, extension; Jack Ballard, and family life; Quentin health; R. \V. Woodruff, public welfare; William Silva, a past president and also member of Ihe stale CCPT board for ten years and Martin Jackson, conr municalions. Mrs. James Jackson, extension lirector, planned Ihe entire three days with each filled to capacity. Mrs. Wood has been nominated a the new CCPT president and election will be held at the annual state convention in San Francisco on May 9, 10 and 11. Fashion Headlines Start Here . . . and beauty news for you is the wonderful, expert, personal styling attention you receive at Edie's. Call today for your appointment with glamour. EDIE'S K I /?/// k\ealm of l/l/o 'omen MARGARET DELANEY, EDITOR Why Grow Old? By Josephine Lowman a cappella choir, of Fergus Falls, Mirtn., singing under direction of Prof. C. F. Erickson, will make a stop on its current tour, Friday evening, in Fortuna. The group will present a concert sacred music in the Fortuna Lutheran church, starling at 8 o'clock. Prof. Erickson is a graduate of St. Olaf college, Northfield, Minn., where he studied music under the renouned Dr. F. Melius Christiansen, In addition to his choir work, Prof. Erickson is the head of the music department of Lutheran Brethren schools and gives in- It is imperative that your body have enough calcium--a calcium deficiency even can cause irritability--and the best calcium source is milk. BEAUTY SALON GROTTO AND "E" STS. . HI 2-4090 in Henderson Center's Fashion Square We hear a great deal abou vitamins in the diet, but not so much about minerals. However the body requires a number o minerals in order to function pro perly. If you eat a well-balanced die you probably have no worries on this score but it is wise to chec! up on your mineral inlake onci in a while. Calcium, iron and iodine an the three minerals most likely to be deficient in the diel, ami i you get an adequate amount o these in a varied diet you can usually forget the other minerals They will come along also. For Bones Calcium is needed for the bonei and teeth. It also helps regulat the heart beat, and is essentia in blood clotting. A calcium defi ciency may also cause irritability of the mucles. 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One Brach's EASTER BASKET Filled Easter basket with handle, includes fruit nut eggs, Easter eggs, candy Plush rabbits, mechanical rabbits, terry cloth bunnies, foam bunnies, inflatable rabbits, Easter Dolls. Weekend PANTY SETS Women's NIGHTGOWNS NOVELTY SHADES Ballerina . LAMP SHADES 3 fancy panties in white yellow and black with Friday, Saturday Sunday embroidered decorations. Size 5-o-7. Pkg. Non-run Celoneie acetate tricot yarn with shoulder straps and laco bodice. Asst. pxleli and whit« in med.-large 10" Ballerina itylo shades. Assorted colors patterns. 7" Rectangular shade and 7" square shades in Early American patterns and colors, Boudoir LAMP SHADES 100% acetate fabric sanitized for hygenic freshness. Elastic waist and lent. Advertised in Celonese acetate fabric with knit sleeves, neck and waistband. Button- front In ant. patterns 8" Boudoir slyla in both clip and frame fasteners. A«t. colon 4" Wall Shiald 4" Candl. Shad. while only OPEN FRIDAY NITE 'TIL 9 P.M. Just across from the Downtown Bank of America must have vitamin D. Milk is the best calcium source. Iron deficiency causes anemia. There are many kinds of anemia and many causes, but the most usual is a deficiency of iron 'in the diet. Green vegetables, egg yolk, lean meat and liver, are rich sources and should be eaten regularly. Seafoods You need a very small amount of iodine, but this minute amount is essent'tl to the health of the thyroid gland. Seafoods and Iodized salt are reliable sources.. Those who live inland and eat vegetables which are grown inland are most susceptible to this deficiency. So, if you do not wish to make a real study of minerals, see that you have enougli calcium, iron and Iodine from the sources men- ioned. If you would like to have niy leaflet, "Vitamins in Your Diet," send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to Josephine Lowman in care of this newspaper. Ask for Leaflet No. 38. The word berserk originated, witti Viking warriors. Those who [ought with frenzied abandon were jnown as "berserkers," a name referring to their bear coats. Printed Pattern Minnesota Choir Sings In Fortuna On Apr. 13 The Lutheran Brethren School struclion in classroom The 38-voice choir is drawn from the student body and represents the three departments of the school -- the two-year Bible department, the three-year seminary program and the four-year accredited Hillcrest academy. Rol!in Rogues, Dean of Men and Easl coast, in the Midwest and also Canada. This year's tour includes Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Utah, Nevada, music California Oregon and Washing- Ion. The concert program consists of speech instructor at the school, is Negro spirituals are traveling with the choir and gives "There is a Balm in Gi' id give: a short greeting from the school during intermissions. In recent years the choir has sung in Columbus, 0.; Chicago, 111.; in Ihe grealer New York area; Minneapolis, Minn., and in sacred chorale and gospel music with such selections as "Psalm 50" by R. Melius Christiansen; "The Lord's Prayer" by Malotte; Sateren's "The Word Believing" and Richter's "Creation." Two included, i Gilead" and "He knows"; a Norwegian hymn, "Set Mig Saa Jeg Ser Dig Jesus," and such well known gospel songs as "When He Shall Come" andlj 'How Great Thou Art." No admission is charged but a| HUMBOLDT STANDARD Thursday, April 12. 1962. P. 17 Lightning docs not zigzag. It curves, twists, meanders and branches, like limbs on a tree, but it does not travel downward in a series of sharp short angles. f»MOV» \f · RUST wxi STAINS' -from BATHTUBS'SINKS Zl - bottonu of C0m» POTS ~= : TltEf LOOKS 'METAIS j=; AUTOBUMKftS ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS RUSTA1H PRODUCTS |fMtlAWN,KWJBBir a number of smaller cities on the free-will offering will be accepted. 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