PTA Hosts Officials At Recent Meet Trinity Valley Parent -. Teacher association recently hosted Mrs. VV. W. .Wood, vice president of Stale PTA, Agnes Davis, Dixie Richards, Elnor Anderson and Mrs. Victor Ronlund, all of 22nd district of the organization. Mrs. Wood, using colors of the rainbow as symbolic of their future service, installed the new officers for the coming year. She spoke of the nearly 4,000 groups in the state of California and the work that is being accomplished. Comparing the new year of service to a canvas, Mrs. Wood spoke of the leaders' responsibility and members as painting the picture. Taking the place of retiring president, Mrs. Mary Placido, is Mrs. Donald Warren, of Salyer Heights. The other new officer: are: vice-president, Mrs. Verne Brian; secretary, Mrs. Reta Winters; treasurer, Mrs. Jean Smith; historian, Mrs. Jean Thomas; parliamentarian, Mrs. Bruce Me- Intosh and auditor, Kobert McClelland. Mrs. Fay Rudd, local Humboldt County Librarian, had a display of books offered by the library, ind arranged decorations to emphasize their subjects. Her report placed the highest single month circulation at 1961 books. The seventh grade class made library posters. The Trinity Valley school band under direction of Benzamin Russell, instructor, furnished music following the potluck dinner served to the members. Announcement was made of a flower show to be held May 3 to complement the open house during National School week at the Trinity Valley school. The last meeting of the year will take place May 24, featuring "Safety", with guest Cub Scouts and Camp Fire Girls. Advanced First Aid classes will be held April 14, 21 and 28, with Hortense Lamphere as instructor. Mrs. Burr Is Honored For Work With Boys ARCATA -- Mrs. Rupert Burr was honored for her service as a den mother for Pack 37 when the group met recently at Bloom- r jeld school under the direction if Cubmaster Keith Murphy. The opening ceremonies were iresented by den 3 under the di- Â·ection of Den Mother Mrs. Gene Oerdes. The attendance flag was- jwarded to den 8 and the honor Oag to den two. Skits on the theme jf the month, "Islands of the Â»Vorld" and "It will all come out ji the Wash" were presented by 6cns one and eight. A report of a successful cake sale chairmaned by Mrs. Don Bill- ngs and Mrs. Gene Gerdes was Â·iven. Awards were presented as folmvs: Den One, Harry Auxier, Bear Badge. Den Two, Ted Stod- ier, Gold Arrow; Bob Rodeski. Silver Arrow; Greg Stevens, Denier Stripe, Silver Arrow; Billy Â°aige, Assistant Denner Stripe ind Pat Murphy, Silver Arrow. Den Three, Ronald Wallace, Gold ^rrow; Den Eight, Dana Burr, Jon Badge; Daryl Eklund, Wolf 5adge, gold arrow, silver arrow; 3oug Halloway, Bear Badge; Ste- T en Johnson, Gold arrow, silver Â·rrow; Gary Miller, Wolf Badge, ;old arrow, three silver arrows. HUMBOLDT STAN0/lRDSaturday, April 14, 1962, P. 5 T h e engagement oi Miss Tanya Jean Silva to Bruce Stevenson has been announced by the bride- elect's parents, Mr. anc Mrs. John F. Silva of Fortuna. Stevenson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Stevenson of Fortuna Miss Silva was graduated from Ferndale H i g h school in 1961 and is now a student at Frederick and Charles Beauty schoo Her fiance is employed at Tommy's Cafe. The wedding is planned for June 23 in Fortuna. New Officers Assume Duties In LAPM Lodge President Mrs. Jessie Edgmi and her corps of new officers pa .icipated in the monthly meetin of Ladies Auxiliary Patriarch Militant 35 of Eureka held in Odd Fellows hall. The preside appointed the following to serv on the finance committee for tl rear; Mrs. Annie Amen, Mrs. E sie Horel and Mrs. Louise M Claskey. A communication was receive j-om Colonel Arlo V'eilburg of tl 1st Regiment, slating the annu 'ield meet would be held in A burn on April la wilh all canton and auxiliaries asked to parlic ale. Following adojurnmenl refres ments were served in the dinin room by Mrs. Edgmon and Mr Amen with a beaulifully decorale irthday cake served in honor Mrs. Ella Erlandsen and Robe Honteith. The president name VIr. and Mrs. Donald Roberts an Miss Eleanor Roberts on the Ma committee. Stork Shower For Mrs. Bowen A stork shower honoring Mr Walli R. Bowen was held la week at the Lester Barns' hom Mrs. Nick Lobdell assisted Mr Bowen as hostess. Games were played with prize ;oing to Miss Judi Lobdell, Mi Alice Yates, Mrs. Wallie Bowe Mrs. Carl Roalh, Miss Janii Langley, Mrs. Jocelyn Rogers an Mrs. Muriel Andersen. Refreshments were served, tl cake decorated with appropri design in blue and white. Gifts were received from tlios present. In addition to name above the guests included Mme Earl Griswold, Don Yates, Jame Lobdell, Lester Barns, Robe Bloyd, Frances Conner, Ralp Benson, Nick Lobdell, Willia Tall, Mclvin Ritchie, Jerry Cros Ronald Rickard, Hauley Barnar Lillie Ritchie, Roxy Rogers, an Miss Kathy McLean. OPEN SUNDAY for your prescription and shopping convenience . . . come In and chose from our wide selection. eyert|one Ritchie Woods REXALL DRUGS 5th and G Sts. HI 3-3175 OPEN WEEKDAY EVENINGS 'TIL 9 t\ealm of l/Uo 'omen MARGARET DELANEY, EDITOR In a brief farewell ceremony on Monday evening Mrs. Don Windbigler, president of Quota Club of Eureka for 1961-62, presented a red rose to each of her officers and standing committee chairmen in appreciation of their help in carrying out the program of the club. She will be succeeded in office by Miss Betty Merriweather and plans for-the installation are now underway under the direction of Mrs. J. E. Lindenmayer. Quota President Says It With Roses In Her Farewell Ceremony The red rose; official symbol if Quota club, played a part in i brief ceremony conducted by ilts. Don Windbigler, president of the club this past year, at a meeting at YWCA center Thursday evening. This was Mrs. Windbigler's Inal business meeting of the fear and at the conclusion of he session she called all of her officers and standing committee chairmen forward, presenting to each a red rose with expression if appreciation to them for their vork during the year. Earlier eacn chairman presented a summary of her work. Some if these fields covered included service work, inler-club and community activity, senior citizens', 'Meals for Millions" international work, scholarships, financial and fund-raising events, public Â·elations, achievements of women, recognition, secret pals events, musical activities, club news letter, and others. Quota, being a service organ- zation, places its greatest em- ihasis upon its chosen service irojecls. A number of social events take place during the 'ear, but these are incidental to he overall purpose of the club, as has been pointed out by the ormer Quota governor, Mrs. Lilian May Wise. The slate of officers for the :oming year, presented by the lominating committee, won the inanimous approval of the club, "he newly elected officers are rliss Betty Merriweather, presi- lent; Mrs. Oscar Paulsen, first 'ice president; Mrs. Veryl Callion, second vice president; Mrs. Maynard Ingham, recording sec retary; Mrs. Leo Coyle, corres ponding secretary; Mrs. Calvin Thrash, treasurer; Mrs. E. N Thulien, Mrs. Harry Horn, sen ior directors; Miss Ann Moseley Mrs. Frederick Johnson, junio directors. Plans for installation are no\\ being made under the chairman ship of Mrs. E. J. Lindenmayer A special visitor at the club Thursday evening was Mrs Christine Hawkins, a senior a Humboldt State college, majoring in elementary education. She is one of two Humboldt students re ceiving scholarships. The other Jennie Holm, visited the club earlier in the year. Emphasis on regular club at tendance will be continued dining the next year. Last year tin attendance was 85V4 per con for the year. Makeup meeting, may be arranged with the For tuna Quota club, and their make up meetings may be arrangec with the Eureka club. The club currently has 48 members, Mrs Ervin Hadley, membership chair man said. Plans are being made for tin annual pal revelation party with Mrs. Paulsen chairman of ar rangements. At the business meeting the club voted in favor of the recom mendation to establish a Menta Health Clinic in Humboldt coun ty. A statement of their recom mendation will be sent, along with others from the community to the board of supervisors. The birthday song was sung for All airconditioned luxury Cruise Ship Mexico 13-day 2 swimming pools, aircondi- Includes tour of Taxco, Cuer- tioned staterooms, duly-free navaca, MexicÂ« City; bullfight; shopping center, deck sports, floating gardens of Xochimilco superb international cuisine, --or 4 days in Acaputco. from *325 Twice-monthly sailings from Los Angeles, Make "our reservations now. EUREKA TRAVEL AGENCY 408 - 4th St., Eureka HI 3-0884 65 Attend Session Of Thelma Lodge Sixty-five members and visitors were present at the April 11 meeting of Thelma Rebekah Lodge 148 when new candidates were initialed. Noble Grand Mrs. Michael Ansak presided. Accepted to membership by transfer was Mrs. Nora Mikolas, and by initiation were Mrs. Donald Pape, Mrs. Cecil Taylor and Mrs. Edna Murray. Visiting from Independence Rebekah Lodge 197 of Fortuna were Noble Grand Mrs. Louise Paine and eight members. An invitation was received foi a birthday party honoring Mrs. Elizabeth Chapman, presidenl of the Rebekah Assembly. District Deputy P r e s i d e n t Mrs. Vir;il Blickenstaff of Blue Lake will visit the Lodge at the April 25 meeting and a program under the direction of Goodfellowship chairman Mrs. Jessie Edgmon will honor a member for longtime service. Birthdays of the following were honored, Mrs. Ella Erlandsen, Mrs. Josephine Lewi's, Mrs. Kendall Blackburn, Mrs. Hoy Cochrane and Mrs. Genevieve Jones, with each receiving a handkerchief corsage. Mrs. Olio Sheraske announced that Thelma Sewing Club will be hosted by Mrs. Nellie Wooden on Thursday, April 19 at her home at 1737 Everding, with Mrs. Coleman Sims as co-hostess. In an Easter Hat Parade prizes were awarded to Mrs. Charles Cress Mrs. Mattie Ross, Miss Ann Murdock, Mrs. Donald Pape and Mrs. Bessie McCiean. Following adjournment refreshments were served in the dining room where the tables were beautifully decorated with arrangements of mixed spring flower; and nests of candied eggs. The committee for the evening was Mrs. Jennie Baumgartner, Mrs. Laura Boyd, Mrs. John Rogers, Mrs. Kendall Blackburn and Mrs. Helen Chappelle. BRIDAL SHOWER GIVEN The Herb Sorenson home in Me- Kinleyville was the setting for a recent bridal shower for Miss Margie Whipple, bride-elect of Ken Whitmire. Co-hostesses for the event were the Mmes. Sorenson, Harry Blake, Gerald Chase and Marvin Mann. Decorations included a white bridal ornament flanked with pink roses on the mantle. Miss Carol Ann Tankersley will marry Lonnie McDaniel on April 21, it was announced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Tankersley, of 3286 Barnett Ave., Arcata. McDiiniel is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Velton McDaniel, of 1775 Edline Ave., Arcata. The future bride is a junior at Arcata high school and ler fiance a t t e n d e d schools in Louisiana and is presently employed by the Georgia Pacific company. Vtf A.6WIA WliCÂ£Jt New! A smart jerkin for year 'round wear -- a tailored buckle cinches the waist. Easy-knit jerkin -- casually right, cozy with skirts or slacks. Cables add texture interest. Pattern 741: directions sizes 32-34; 36-38 included. Thirty-five cenls (coins) for Inis pattern-- add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mail. Send to Laura wheeler, care of Humboldt Standard, Neealecraft Dept., p. 0. Box 161. Old Chelsea station, New I York, 11, N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. THE FIRST TIMEI 200 designs In our 1962 Needlecraft Catalog -biggest ever! Pages, pages, pages -fashions, accessories to knit, crochet, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. See jumbo-knits, cloths, spreads, toys, linens, afghans; tree patterns. Only M cenls. the club's newest member, Mrs. Robert Lochtic. Miss Charlotte Hanson, Camp Fire executive, also a new member of Quota club, told of the training film scrolls recently received by the Camp Fire office, pertaining to leadership and the working together of club officers, committees, membership end the public. The Quota club wns one of Ihe groups helping to purchase this malcrinl. As a representative of Ihe YWCA Mrs. Paul Williamson invited Ihe Qnolarians to visit the YWCA on Mi-.y I from 2 lo 4 p.m. for a tea and open house. Hoslesses (or the social hour were Mmes. Wise, Clarence Me- Lain wilh Mrs. W. .1. Thomns nlsn n nicmlicr of Ihe commit- ee. Quartet Singers Establish Music Scholarship Fund HUMBOLDT STATE COLLEGE -- Newest scholarship for a Humboldt SUile student was established this week by Ihe local chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America, Inc. The scholarship, in the amount of $150 or more will go to a student majoring in music in inra-63. The scholarship was presented to President Cornelius Siemens by Glen W. Woods. Eureka, vice president of SPEBSQSA and chairman of the scholarship committee. To finance the award, the Barber Shop Singers have scheduled benefit performance in Sequoia Theater at II p.m. Saturday, April 13. The program will present barbershop quartets from the host organization, the Sweet Adelines and guest quartets from Fresno and Stockton. Tickets for fie ben efit are on sale at $1.75 from Eureka music stores and members of SPEBSQSA. The scholarship will be award- id next fall, with the recipient selected by Ihe college scholarship committee. Young Couple Married In IDS Rites Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Henry, if Willow Creek, announce the marriage of their daughter, Mary Ellen, to Alfred M. Jole. son of ilr. and Mrs. Alfred Jole of Crannell. Bishop J. Baird Smith per- ormed the wedding rites in the Â·hapcl of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in \rcata. Feb. 17. The bride was escorted to Ihe dltar by her father. She wore a ^ream-colored brocade dress with ;old accessories and carried a louquet of daffodils. Attendents for Ihe couple were Miss Carol Henry, sister of the ride, and Lloyd Jole, brother of he groom. The young couple are residing .vith the bride's parents in Wilo\v Creek. Visitor From England At Leadership Session "Effective Group Participation" vas the theme of a Leadership Vorkshop at the Agricultural Cen. er, Wednesday, April 11, from 0:30 to 3:00. Approximately ivomen from various parts of R ( lumboldt County were in attendance. Dr. Ruby Harris, extension specialist in Family Relations and Leadership Training, and Helen Sdwards, assistant program lead- ir in Home Economics, University if California, conducted the workshop, according to Ruth E. Craword, home advisor. Mrs. Joseph Cruz of Arcata, iresided and committees from iureka and Ryan Slough were lostesses for coffee and luncheon arrangements. A special guest was Mrs. Marorie Freeman of London, former- y for 20 years, international scc- -ctary of the National Federation if Women's Institutes of England ind Wales. She was also secre- ary to the handicrafts commit- ee and organized two large ex- libitions of crafts in London. In the United States, she is meeting many people for whom he arranged tours when they vis- tcd England. Among them was )r. Ruby Harris who brought her o Eureka for the workshop and o see the famous redwoods. Mrs. Freeman said, "I really _njoyed most meeting people from all over the world who came to study the work of Women's In stilutes and other educational and social organizations." As a highlight of her Humboldt Counly visit, Mrs. Joe Cruz, Mrs .oss Barnes, and Mrs. Elmei Beard took Mrs. Freeman to Sw tia for a tour through The Pad fie Lumber Company. This was arranged by Harold "Doc" Ne ville, personnel director, assisted by Miss Mary Campbell, secre tary. At noon, the group were luncheon guests of Mrs. Harolc Neville at the Scotia Inn. Ewa Yea Aids Veterans' Fund Recommendations for sponsor idvisors for the Anona lodge for text year were considered at a meeting of Ewa Yea Council, De- [ree of Pocahonias at a recent meeting. Mrs. C h a r l e s Higgins iresided. Mrs. Marion Paskavan, leputy Great Pocahontas, was iscorted to her station by Scouts, Mrs. W. J. Slater and Mrs. Gladys Janke. A letter was read from the state :hairman of veterans' welfare and lie council voted to contribute 115.00 to the fund to provide gifts or veterans hospitals. Committee Â·eports were heard and a social iour and refreshments followed he business session. Birthday Honors Given Auxiliary At Recent Meet Arcata Lions Auxiliary cele braled the birthday of the club and exchanged secret pal gifts at the recent meeting held at Bella Vista Inn. Mrs. Al Franke baked and decorated the birthday cake for the special occasion. Mrs. Del Harritt won the special gift, and the anniversaries of Mrs. Lou Redman and Mrs. Harritt were observed. Named to the nominating com- illee were Mrs. James Fabbri, chairman, Mrs. Joe Coasta and Mrs. William Dunsmore. Mrs. Oscar Butler was the guest of Mrs. Jerry Herman. Worthington PTA Meets Apr. 24 Officers of Worthington PTA will be installed at the unit meeting in the school's multipurpose room on Tuesday, April 24, at 7:30 p. m. The new officers are Mrs. John Ycidcr, president; Mrs. Paul Moore, jr., Mrs. Clarence English, vice presidents; Mrs. Burton Walker, secretary; Mrs. Kenneth Fletcher, treasurer; Mrs. James Nissan, historian; Mrs. Ben VanZandt, auditor. Mrs. Allen (Virginal Johnston will speak on the school bond issue with a question and answer period following. The public is invited. aster with- IT'S TIME TO ORDER We have every plant or flower your heart- may desire for Easter. Come out and look them over. You'll enjoy the array of colorful blossoms to choose from. Of Course We Have Â» EASTER LILIES And Here Are A Few Other Suggestions Â·.Potted Chrysanthe- Â· Potted Az,ilens in mums. All Color 1 . Full Bloom Â· Potted HydffinqenG in . ., r,, j o- i old many, many others Dues and Pinb " ' All wanted fresh cut flowers, bouquets and corsages. And Then There Is A Big Favorite AFRICAN VIOLETS IN FULL BLOOM Open Sundays, Evonings and Holidays HANSON'S NURSERY 3418 Union St., EurcVa HI 2-4938 14 blocks south o( Lincoln school) Miss Mary Ellen Henry became the bride of Alfred M. Jole in quiet r i t e s in the Arcata Church of Latter Day Saints, Feb. 17. Ahlson To Address EWC Charles B. Ahlson, brother of Mrs. Edward Aikins, of Eureka, will be guest speaker at the April .8 meeting of Eureka Woman's! Club. Ahlson is a graduate of Oregon State University and a member f Alpha Zeta, honorary agricul- ure fraternity. He served as seed commissioner for the state of Ida- 10 for a numHr of years and retired from the United States Department of Agriculture in 1S58. Ahlson will r e v i e w a book, "Health From The Sea and Soil," of which he is the author. The Garden and Crafts departments have charge of the entire meeting including program, cor sages, lea and decorations. Mrs. Henry Harding has been istcd as pianist for the meeting providing her leaching schedule makes Ihis possible. Those familiar with Ahlson's book, "Health From Sea and Soil," anticipate an entertaining and informative lalk. Ahlson con- lends that there may still be a real "fountain of youth," in sea water . He also will trace the relationship between good health and eating habits. He states in his book that good health should be a positive feeling of well being, instead of merely an absence from doctors' offices and dentists' chairs. 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