ReaL of We omen MARGARET DELANEY, EDITOR f U W B O L D T SI A N DARD Friday, April 13, 1962, Page 10 The Girls' Glee club of Eureka junior high school was one of the groups appearing in the concert given by the choral groups of the school Wednesday night under the direction of Mrs. Ella Schalan- sky. Students, left to right, front row. are Karen Anderson, Marilyn Gossard, Arlene Oakley, Candy Leet, Linda Dodd; second row, Jeanne Dahl, Shirley Lampi, Carolyn Swanson, Marleen Bragdon, Becky Redman, Renee Bowey, Ann Radey, Vicki West; third row, Carol Kamarad, Lee Ann Tomlinson, Shirley Wells, Barbara Ridgeway, Elizabeth Eley, Linda Carlson, Becky Renfro, Bonnie Whitfield, Cathy Jetl. of Rain and Spring," and "The Spring Concert Given By Eureka Junior High HawthorneTree ' A spring concert by the choral music groups of Eureka junior high school was presented in St. Bernard's auditorium Wednesday evening under the direction of Mis Ella Schalansky. The auditorium was filled almost to capacity and carefully prepared and beautifully presented numbers he ird with pleasure and ion by the audience of and mcncs. --Walpole portraits Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. W h i t m i r e , whose mar- r i a g e took place on A p r i l 8 in the First Methodist c h u r c h of Arcala, now reside in McKinleyville. The b r i d e is the f o r m e r Marjorie Diane Whipple. McKinleyville Couple Wed In Methodist Ceremonies A fa vi has bee munity rograms was the girls' sextette. The group is coniposed if Jeanne Daahl, Marilyn Gossard. first soprano; Karen Anderson, Rebecca Redman, second soprano; Elizabeth Eley, Rebecca Henfro, allo. They sang Bach's 'My Heart Ever Faithful," and A McKinleyville couple, Marjorie Diane Whipple and Kenneth R. Whilmire. exchanged wedding promises April 8, in the First Methodist church. Arcala. The Rev, Oscar Link, of Eureka, officiated at the double-ring rites. The bride, daughter of the Earl I.. U'iiipples. of McKinleyville. was given in marriage by her father. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Whitmire, of .McKinleyville. The bride chose a gown of pcau de sole and re-embroidered Alcn- con lace. It was made with a moulded bodice and short sleeves. The gown featured hand clipped lace appliques on the front panel reaching to the hemline. The hack uf the waistline was highlighted with a bow and the skirt had a chapel train. The French illusion finger lip veil was csughl .,,. ^.^ w . |s MmM , )y m by a petal Queens crown of lacc|| ic Emmerson, Barbara St. John w i l h pearl and sequin detailing. A t t e n d i n g her sister as maid of honor was Pal Whipple, assisted by Itae Ella Morcland, Shirlc\ .s, ii'cce of the bride, and Martha Roberts. All wore gowns of turquoise taffeta overlaid with chiffon. While shoes and gloves completed the ensembles. Junior attendants were Pe(jg\ Whitmire, niece of the groom flower girl. S u s a n U'hilmire another niece of the bridegroom candlelighlcr, and Nat Smith, eou sin of the bride, ringboarer. Ushers were Don Whitmire brother of the groom, Robert Taylor, Carvel Buchholz and Ed Niel son. Traditional wedding music was played by Mrs. Dorris Fields and Mrs. Mary Suiter and Dave Minor were soli.sts. A reception in the Redwood room at Bella Vista Inn immedi ately followed the ceremony. Ber ta Sorcnson and Gertrude Mann cut and served the cake. Gayle Chase and Elaine Sebrana pre sided at the punch bowl. The sil Play Set Tonight At Trinidad Hall Biii Ui^oon Parent-Teacher as- - ^^ ... ,,.. sot'iation will present "The Cityjployed witii Simpson Timber Co. Slicker and Poor Nell" tonight a t l a s an invoice clerk. Whitmire at 8 o clock in the Trinidad Townjtended Humboldt State college , . and Nyla Remington. Jackie Ricct registered guests and Gail Soren son and Miss Ricci opened gifts Following a short Bedding trip the newly weds aie at home in McKinleyville. T h e new Mrs iVhilrnire is p. 1%1 graduate of Arcata High school and is em "Londonderry Ail'." Enthusiastically received by the audience also was the hoys' quartette, Garry Woods, first tenor; Mark Fieg, second tenor; David Kupps, baritone; Donald Whitfield, bass. Their program number was "Cindy," but the audience liked it--and them--so well that they were clapped back for an encore, "Keep to the Middle I of the Road." Â·lie singing group that| Singing solos were Marilyn Gos- hcarcl in many com-J5ard, soprano: Rebecca Renfro alto; Dennis Iluber, baritone; and Gary Woods, tenor. The three main groups of the vocal m u s i c department all shared in the program, the seventh grade a capella choir, the mixed chorus. An outstanding number from the mixed chorus was their opening selection, "God Is Marching On," in which the powerful swinging cadence of the n u m b e r w a s exceptionally handled by the boys of the chorus. Also presented by the chorus were "My Old Kentucky Home," "Now Let Me Fly." and the national anthem as a closing number. The seventh grade a cappella choir opened the program with Brahms "Hymn of Freedom." Following numbers were "A Trumpet Call of Spring," in which Cynthia Collins, Valeric Henley and Jane Fleming were girls' glee club (shown in the ac-|'rio soloists, and "The Linden companying picture) and theJTree," with Yvonne Blake as descant singer. Changing the mood, the seventh graders next sang a plantation song, "Pick a Bale of Cotton," a while spiritual, "I'm On My Journey Home," and an American Folk song, "Black Eyed Susie." Donald Sears, widely known in local musical groups, was guest oianisl, playing Rachmaninoff's "Prelude in C-Sharp Minor," and "Malaguena," from the Spanish Suite "Andalucia." Shirley Lampi was soloist with the Girls' glee club and Susan Hinch and Eric Hollenbeck were soloists with the mixed chorus. The Girls' Glee club, atlracli- vely attired in pale blue and gold choir robes sang five numbers: "Assumpta Est Maria," "Ora Pro Nobis," "Barbara Allen," "Song Mrs. Schalansky was accom panist for the 'four solo numbers in the program. She was the re cipient of beautiful gifts of flow ers from the music group in ap preeiation of her time and effor as their director. The excellence of Mrs. Schal anskys' music groups is recog nized, not only in this community 3ut in state competition as well For maany years her students have won superior ratings with the highest commendation from the critic-judges of the festivals in which they take part. In her classes she demands the very best that each student or group ; s capable of, and the results ol this training ring out in everj concert that she directs. hail. The play is being sponsored fund-raising event for the and now owns and operates Red wood Realty in McKinleyville. Out of town guests for the wed Friday the 13th is a f i t t i n g dale! di "8 were Mr. and Mrs. A. _ fur the adventures of "poor littlel S m i t h :ind children Gil, Gail Nell", played by Mrs. Lester Tay-: Jai ' kic a " (l Nathan: Mrs. Audra lor but the "superstitious datc"| CIelan(l ' a " of Gran(s Pass - Ol ' c " i- no', deterrent to the fact thai alld Mr - and JIrs - Cnrl Whipple, dl prevail" and in the erything comes out well for; ale innocent mountain! rrassed by a dire vil- Havward. Attained idan Douglas", played Trail Seekers rank was won by )ecker; hero is K a y j i h d girls of the Yo-IIon-Ti-Ki Â·Toby Snodgrass", andlCamp Fire group at a recent tea li'.c cast are: "Viole:jhcld for the girls' mothers. Wm. Hollenberg:j Mrs. Irene Shaffer presented ird". Lester Taylor: I t h e ranks lo Karen Shaffer, Bon- rd." Mrs. Tom Barl-inic McDo M. Linda Sleiner. Kay- Tucker" Jc.lm Gri.-h-jlyn Lowrcy, Rebecca Reid. Linda M.-irlhy." Mrs. Ralph | Peters. Karen Kcnyon and Nancy id "Claribell Worth, " j Merrill. Mrs. Robert Payne pre- Â·s Doll. sented the girls with a scrapbook. Official Visitor Feted At Anona Ceremonial XMIme Uiiperto, supervisor of presented an orchid corsage lo Ihe !!Â·Â·Â· l : i " ivr nf Anona for the Statelvisitor and also pave her a car-j of ( a i i l n i nia. was a (Uiest of hon-irying piece to hannoni/.e wilh the 0! :n KIIIV!::I at a recent meet-:decorations. i in:: here. Since the official visitor^ M any representatives of I h e j had In travel from Santa Maria t,.,^ ^ ^^ of ^^ A| .. Anona No n of Kiircka and Anona: No, 1 ,,l R i o Dell joined in the: l l ; i ' n c - 0 "" cl1 "' Arenlil all(l tht ' m e c - l i n g honoring her. The Kiiro-jWcoll Council were present. All ka "iris opened the meeting and;wcrc welcomed by Anona Ellen I h e Rio Dell |.'imip did the cscnrljArrhgton and Anona Roberta Lee w o r k and Ihe closing ceremony.:chicf officers of Ihe two lodges Degree of Anona No. 8 recently honored Past Deputy Anona Myra Rizza. Taking part were, first row, left to right, Linda Taylor, Gwendolyn Fall;, Peggy O'Neill, honored guest Myra Rizzi, Bonnie Professional model Mrs. Louis (Frances) Baribault of Eureka was one of the 11 models appearing in "Garden of Spring," the fashion show sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi sorority Wednesday evening in the Veterans' Memorial building in Fortuna. Fashions for the event were from Helen's Dress Shop. Committees from the sorority chapter assisted on the numerous committees. Degree Of Anona Has Lodge Ceremonial Rites The Degree of Anona No. 8 of Eureka met to honor Past Deputy Anona Myra Rizzi in a lovely Valentine setting. She was escorted Tor formal introduction by Deputy Anona Viola Cope and Anona Sllen Arlington welcomed her tion corsage, a gift from Poca- and brought her to a place of hontas Edith Higgins of Ewa Yea. Tiie escort team formed a large leart and sang a 'song "Pretty Myra," a song written in tribute to the year of work Mrs. Rizzi did for the Anonas. Program numbers included a hula number by Judy Peters, a piano solo by Susan Scott, violin selections by Judy Peters and a number of Valentine poems. A song written by Zona Peters was sung honoring Mrs. Rizzi. The drill team formed a large the table. 'M". Hearts and flowers were .he theme of the decorations. Many camellias were used in the decorations also. Barbara O'Neil played the piano for the escort and also accompanied the girls for their songs. Mrs. Rizzi carried a box of candy and an Indian doll, gifts from the girls. She also received a carna- No. 56. Mrs. W. I. Turner, Anona instructor for the three northern councils, commended the girls for their work and announced the official visit of Norcen Ruperlo, supervising Anona on March 15. After the meeting the girls gathered in the dining room, which was also decorated in Valentine theme. Potluck refreshments were served. A cake decorated with red candies and the letter M centered Many gifts were presented to Mrs. Rizzi. Representatives of the Pocahontas lodges from Eureka and Arcata attended. Mrs. Morchetti Honored At Recent Lodge Meeting Members of Weeott Council No. 119, Degree of Pocahontas, honored past grand deputy Pocahon- as, Mrs. Lola Marchetti in recent ceremonies. The lodge hall n Rio Dell was decorated in a ipring theme for the event. Mrs. Velma Lee was mistres: if ceremonies. Mrs. Lloyd Luther jresided and welcomed severa lignitaries in attendance. Mrs. Marchetti was escorted to the center of the floor to be in- roduced by her daughter, Mrs Robert Woodson. She was pre ented with a basket of flowers Enckson, Mary Jo Johnston, Susan Scott; second row, Brenda an( j escor ted to a seat of honor Beck, Deanna Beck, Judy Peters, Ellen Arrington, Anona; Sandra f a s hioned in a model of a large Burke, Judy Wolfinbarger, Gerry O'Neil. j b a s k c t _ Her escort team wore co i jorful cotton dresses and carriei matching parasols. A program in her honor fea lured a dance by Teresa Albiani piano solos by Suzanne Woodson and Margaret Ogle; accordion solo, Tony Viegas and baton rou tine, Cathy MaoMillan. Short talks were given by Ray Marks, Kenneth Freeman, Berta Huffner, Daisy Perrott, Mabe! Minnie, Violette Turner and Bessie Svendsen. Dignitaries present were Bessie Svendsen, Daisy Perrott, Mabe' SÂ·Â·.-!. onal decorations were used. A f t e r Ihe meeting rcfreslunenlsj I h r n n i lioul Ihe hall wilh large sil-| wm , sl . rv( , ( | .,,,,] ,| 1( , Kunt ( ,| K . m .,|! "Xnnnc"' " '' " S| ' dli " g "'Â° "" im '' ; '" S i "TM'""'' 1 "' '"''' '' y "" ; "'"' i VliTw. I. Turner, inslrucliiu; Â«" ls i(l(l K'' s - slle illvill ' (1 lllc Â« ilis i Anona for the norlhern councils.jlo Ihe Anona convcnlion in J u l y . j Norinc Riiporlo of Santa M a r i a , supervisor of the Degree of Anona for C a l i f o r n i a , roccnlly visiled the local lodges. She is pictured here (center). The girls, left, lo r i g h t , are Linda Taylor, Mary Jo Johnston, Ellen Arrington, Peggy O'Neil, Dcannn Bcek, J u d y Peters, Susan Scott, Bonnie Erickson and bmidn Beck. Minnie, Kenneth Freeman, Elizabeth McCombs, Violette Turner Arminda Antongiovanni, Velma Lee and Rny Marks. The escort team participants were Mrs. McCombs, Mrs. Wendell Gray, Mrs. Ann Cuturi, Mrs. Kenneth Freeman, Linda Patmore, Beverly Tiller, Mrs. An- tongiovnnni and Mrs. Julia Wagner. Mrs. Peggy Scholl sang, "Roses of Picardy," the honorec's favorite selection. Polluck refreshments w e r e served from tables decorated with baskets of colorful flowers. MEETS TONIGHT ARCATA -- Empress Rebecca Lo'lge will meet tonight (Fridny) at Ihe Odd Fellows hall at R p.m. with Mrs. Dick Miller presiding. After the business meeting officers will hold drill practice for initiation on April 27. Members Mrs. Lola Marchetti, past grand deputy Pocahontas of Weeott Council 119, Degree of Pocahontas, was honored in ceremonies in the lodge hall recently. Sewing Club Is Entertained Thelma Rebekah Sewing Club met at the home of Mrs. John Rogers recently with Mrs. Daisy Perrott as co-hostess. Present were Mesdames Bartlctt Boyd, Olto Shcraske, Norman Underwood, Kendall Blackburn, Michael Ansak, Coleman Sims, Bert Carrick, Charles Cress, Sne Newton, 'ranees Kangas, Jennie Bnum- garlner, Elsie Horcl, Dcanie Cochrane, Etta Erlandsen, Jessie Edgmon and Miss Helen Laylon. Attendance prizes were awarded to Mrs. llorel, Mrs. Boyd, Mrs. "Sdgrnon and Mrs. Ansak. Vicc- Prcsident Mrs. Shernke presided over Ihe business session and re- wrts were made on article lo bo ised for a future card parly. The evening was concluded will) rc- reshmenls served hy the hostesses. ire lo bring sandwiches or cook- es for polluck refreshments.
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