Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 16, 1962 · Page 8
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HUMBOLD'f STMND/lRDMonday. April 16, 1962, P. 8 'BOTANY' 500" £ 9 lailored by DAROFF a closet full of clothes How much of an exaggeration that'headline is, you can judge for yourself. The 3 season suit you can see above may be worn comfortably (and handsomely) at 80 degrees. It is also comfortable ai 65 and 50 degrees. The name Botany is the tip-off: They've made a handsome marriage of Dacron Polyester fiber with the world's finest spun wool, giving a fabric with the property of insulating you from temperature changes. The weather-may change, but your comfort and appearance needn't. Add the fine Daroff tailoring, plus the fact that wrinkles will hang out overnight, and even if it won't quite fill a closet, you've got a lot of suit. Pay nothing down on B-10, as little as 10.00 monthly. Buy Botany 3 season suits from Arcata, Eureka, Fortuna Miss Betty Jo Beck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Beck of 2908 Q St., received her nurses' cap at the capping ceremonies held in Moreau Hall, Holy Cross Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah, where she is receiving her training. The exercises were held there on March 18. New Members Of Club Feted Members who have joined the Gurbcrville Civic club during the year were honored at a tea al a recent meeting of the club. Mrs. KobiTt W a 11 a c e, membership c li a i r in a n, introduced Mmes. Keilli Brosee, Raymond Miller and Ben Plunkctt. Each was given a corsage. A program with Mrs. George llartman as chairman includsd piano solos by Sammy and Sheldon Parkinson, students of Helen Clift Mallory, and i clever skit by past president, Mrs Phyliss Dangers, which was ir reality a resume of the aims and j objects of the Civic club and j insight inlo the past projects and i social activities of the Club. | During the business session con dueled by president Mrs. Dick Goulcy, the nominalion of officers | report was given by chairman Mrs. F. 0. Scott. Those nominated were Mrs. Lloyd Huber. presi- jdi'iit; Mrs. Jack Stewart, vice j president; Mrs. Charles King, sec_ (rotary; Mrs. Thomas Cumbow, Miss Beck is a graduate | treasurel .. Ml . s W illiam Wil- of St. Bernards h i g h ; bmrm _ fjmmc . ia | s(jcrclary . and school. Church Rites Attended By Local Group Ceremonies relating lo the fare- secretary; n.s board of directors, Mrs. John Ball and Mrs. Sherman Hensell. A report on the garden section was given by chairman. Miss Jessie Murphy. It was also announced g rou l : that the district meeting to be | held al Blue Lake would be held April IS at the E and 0 Bowl. During the social hour, Mrs. [Phyliss Dangers and Mrs. Harold I Huber presided at the silver scrv- well for the former Bishop Joseph j ; m T ,, c rer ,. cshment lable was McGuckcn of Sacramento and hisj| o v ely and centered with an ar- elevalion fo Ihe office of Areh-irar.gement of egg-shell flowers bishop was attended by a number j" 1 " 1 f eTM. made by Mrs. Sclma of church lay leaders from thisi Bo - vcl \'[ he lar « e heaci of a fla P" per rabbit with alluringly long area, as well as by the clergy who, assisted in ceremonies.. Al the farewell reception for Bishop McGucken in Sacramento A. J. Gosselin of Eureka and George Bertain of Rio Dell, both Knights of the Order of SI. Gregory, served as attendants !o the bishop. Also attending the farewell reception from this area were Mrs. eyelashes was arranged on the piano, and tiny Easter favors of coursf bunny faces made of marshmallows, and miniature potted plants graced the individual tables. Hostesses for the day were tl Mesdames Thomas Cumbow, Sel-| ma Boyer, Charles King and Frank Haslam. Guosls were the Mesdames Ann Faurby, Tom Harrington, James Brian and Wayne Moilenen. Following the mecfing. members Bcrlain, Miss Patricia McMillan., , ,, . ol the A-o-wa-ki-a campnre grout: Mrs. Roy Stewart of Arcata. Mrs. i h c M a food sa]c in the yard of K. .V. McMillan, Mrs. Michael McHugh, Mrs. William K e a t i n g j m c n t of three money raising the club house, fulfilling a requirc- of Klamath. find accompany ing events towards completing their rank of Firemakcr. Proceeds de'. | rived from their sales pay for their ceremonial gowns, moc- the party was U. Commander Margaret A. McMillan, who stationed at Stockton. j a s s i n s H!)d olhcr ilcnis . Also attending the .subsequent] ceremonies in San Francisco and! SAFETY TALK GIVEN the Bay area were Mr. and Mrs,! LL E r j c Denton of the Cali- Gossclin and Mr. and Mrs. Bcr- r 0| . ni ,, Highway Patrol of Garber- tain. These rites consisted of the consecration of the new bishop, the Most Rev. Leo Mahcr, and the Prater-Dunsing Wedding Vows Said In Arcata Tlie marriage of Edith Mertbel- a Prater and Ronald Lee Dunsing, both of Arcata, look place on April 7 at 8 p.m. at Redwood Park, Arcata. The ceremony was performed by Elder Bart Holmes, of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latler Day Saints. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank banning, 2416 Central Avenue, Arcata. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D u n s i n g, 2360 Second Street, Arcata. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The bride's sister, Ella Mae Cleave, was maid of honor and Gary Armstrong, friend of the groom was best man. The bride wore a light tan suit with tan accessories and a white orchid corsage. Her maid of honor wore a blue fur-trimmed suit with Stretching Meals The Hard Way, Group Holds Fete Modern homemakcrs now place the emphasis on being economical and stretching meals, but not quite in the same manner as a group of church members did Campion Heights Baplisl church members voted on and held o progressive dinner, gathering first at the home of the Darrell Bran- sons, Kenmar Rd., for appetizers. Assisling Mrs. Branson were Mrs. Stanley Church and Mrs. Donald Brown. The church members then were driven back to Campion Heights on the Sunday School bus driven by Stanley Church. The second course was served al the James Martin home on Thelma Avenue. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Marlin, Mrs. William Kramer, and Mrs. Jerry Kakuk, Jr. J The main course was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Womack, Thelma Avenue. Hostesses were Mrs. Womack, Mrs. George Gaboriault, and Mrs. Ray Johnston, who was unable to be present, helped prepare the dinner. Dessert was served al the home of Catherine "Happ, East- College Avenue, Rohnerville. A social hour followed. Attending the dinner were, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burns, Mr. ant Mrs. Roy Womack, Mrs. Celia McClellan, Mrs. Bessie Murzi, Mrs. George Gaboriaull, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schelling, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Branson, Mr. and Mrs. Slanley Church, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- while accessories and had white and yellow carnations in her corsage. A reception was held at the oungo at the Redwood park, following the ceremony with a dance later in the evening. The couple now resides at the Anderson Apartments, Arcata. The bride is a student at Beauty college in Eureka. Out of town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Menthel Cleave, and son, McGill, also Chloe Silva, D. E. Dunsing and H. E. Dunsing, all of Fort Bragg. Hats On Parade By Auxiliary At April 26 Meeting The Easter hat parade scheduled for the April 12 meeling of Ladies Auxiliary Eagles, No. 130 was reset for the meeting April 26. Nomination of officers and Pa. Night will also be held then. Eight visitors from Arcata Auxiliary No. 1846 were present. They extended an invitation to' Ihe Eureka group lo attend Mother's Day program on May 8, and a dancing party May 12. Mrs. Mary Bynum gave a report on the card party held at the Humboldt County Nursing home, April 5. Mrs. Richard Wyman ^ave the audit report. A special commiltee will meet with firemen April 16, lo make Mans, for the Fourth of July cele- iration. Officers meeting will be held April 19 at 8 p.m., followed by members assisting with dying Easter eggs for the annual hunt at Sequoia Park, April 22. Pal revealing dinner will be leld sometime in May it was announced al the meeling. Special prize was won by Mrs. Ethel Benjamin. The hall h a d been decorated for Ihe occasion with daffodils and narcissus. Re- 'reshmcnts were served after the meeting. Indoor Court -- An indoor backstop and basket for indoor bas- kelball in Ihe Trinidad Union e cmentary school mulli-purpose room has been approved by Ihe school board. The projecl was acked by Ihe Trinidad Union TA. The PTA voted to give S25 oward any material cost which as not been donated. Labor and her materials are being volun- ered. Serving on the commiltee re Fred Sundberg, John Walker, dward Cosla, Truman Davidson, 'alter Ricks and Edward Shafer. Tulip Tea Is Discussed At Garberville The Tulip Tea to be held in Arcata on April W was discussed at a recent meeting of the Garberville Civic club. The Tulip Tea is a project of the Women's Federated clubs of the Redwood district. The business meeting was con ducted by president, Miss Jessie Murphy, who presented a quiz on annuals, asking their native country and how each is used in that country. Two poems were read during the session; "My Garden" by James S. Kelly, read by Mrs. George Normile, and "April" by Edna L. Rosenlof, read by Mrs. David Hanisch. Discussion on the club's tulip project was held. The meeling closed with a plant exchange, followed by refreshments served by Mrs. Jones. Attending were Miss Jessie Murphy and the Mesdames Belle j Brouse, George Normile, Ann Dearborne, Mabel Bcerbower, John Rusk, Dick Goulcy, Raymond Miller, Tom Harrington, David Hanisch and Laura Hull. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Raymond Miller in Miranda on May 2, at 1:30 p.m. ville talked on highway safety at liam Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Rich a meeting of the Weott PTA and ard Gaboriault, Mr. and Mrs. Dal showed a moving picture. "Signal Huff, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Abra elevation of the former Bishop 3n ·· w |,ich illustrated how acci- hamson, Catherine Happ, Mr. anc McGuckcn to the office of archbishop. dents can happen through carelessness. The PTA officers for the com- Mrs. Donald Brown, Mr. and Mrs Jerry Kakuk, Jr., Mrs. Jame Currier, Mr. and Mrs. James Mar Plans Completed For Benefit Card Party May 12 I Plans for the annual Girl's Stale! buiicfit card parly, to be held a l j the Eureka Women's Club May 12, are boiny made by the Amor- can Legion Auxiliary, Fort Humboldt Post No. 212. Proceeds from he card party help to finance .be cost of sending local girls toi .he annual Girl's State at Davis.i General chairman for the event' s Mrs. Ernest McCloskcy, assisted by Mrs. E. L. Johnson, Mrs. . Ingham, Mrs. A. C. Horel, rs. J. Kycek and Mrs. E. Davis. Guests may play the game of heir choice, and are to bring :ards, card table covers, score :ards and pencils. Dessert will be ;erved at I p.m., and door prizes vill be awarded. For reservations for tables call I Mrs. Alma Mozzini, III 2-8045, Mrs. I. A. Davis, I I I 2-5C3!) or| Mrs. R. Wishncff, HI 2-8321. The next meeting of the Auxiliary will bo held April 19, ing year were coming year. installed for the tin, and Pastor and Mrs. Rober IScamon. |i VER REPIATW? LET US RESTORE YOUR SILVER TO ITS ORIGINAL BEAUTY -fc Krslyh-il -jlr Keslorcd ic Kdin.-il ·^C Repaired Kay Holms/on ROTERMUND'S 525 E Street Eurislwi HI 2-9251 Toke vour precious worn silverware, heidooms and antiques out of hiding and have them gorgeously QUADRUPLE SILVtRPLATED by skilled silversmiths a( great savings. ARTKIE REPUTING SME PRICE Crcom Pitcher! $ 7.95 Sugar Bowlf 8.95 Wostc Bowls 8.95 Tea and Coffee Poti, co.. 13,95 Water Pitchari 13.95 Serving Troyi (per jq. in.). 8c is, Stcilmg onrt pewlcr polished .., b 5lli SlriiH EUREKA HI 3 0 I 5 I Bayside Unit Takes Part In Special Program ARCATA -- The Bayside Home Advisor Group met on April 10 at the Bayside Community hall. Mrs. Henry Cooper conducted the meeting with many interesting activities covered. The nominating committee was named. Members are Mrs. Henry Cooper. Mrs. H. M. Jaime and Mrs. Elmer Mathews. They will be responsible for the installation of new officers and the program at the May 15 meeting. New officers accepted were chairman, Mrs. Andrew Lorenzen; vice-chairman, Mr. D. W. Jones; secretary, Mrs. Paul Lansberry; treasurer. Mrs. Ern- :st Berglund. Most of the Bayside Unit attended the leadership meeting ei Spruce Point on April 11. This [ meeting was conducted by Dr. ; Ruby Harris and Helen Edwards. i During a pot luck luncheon, eight I Bayside 4-H clubbers gave their demonstrations. Linda MacMillan; . and Anne Bryan were from the , cooking club. Coleen Fehley was , from the clothing club and Mike Benham New President Of Trinidad PTA, Trinidad Union PTA has elected and installed its first male president, Gene Benham. He is a teacher at the school. I Others officers, who were installed by past-president, Mrs. Verne Thornton; first vice-president, Mrs. Edward Costa; second vice-president, Mrs. William Boyle; secretary, Mrs. Mclvin Falk; treasurer, Mrs. Stanley Eisner, re-elected; historian, Mrs. Thomas Howell; auditor, Mrs. Zelma Franzoni and parliamentarian, Mrs. John Aasen. Retiring president, Mrs. Edward Shafer, opened the meeting. Mrs. Shafer presented the new president with a lapel button and he in turn presented Mrs. Shafer with the past-president's pin. Corsages and boutenniers were given to the new officers, and also to the past- president and installing officer. The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance by Benham and an Inspirational by Mrs. Thomas Odom. Mrs. Zelma Franzoni's 5-Cth grade won the attendee award. A report on health was given by chairman Mrs. Ernest Susan; she spoke on the Well Baby Clinic and the recent Polio clinics. Announcement was made that school Easter vacation for Trinidad Union Elementary will ba from April 16-23. Initiation For Lodge May 4 Mrs. John Henderson of Fortuna, a new candidate for membership in the Rebekah lodge will be initiated into the order at the May 4 meeting it was announced at a recent session of the lodge. On Saturday the lodge held a food sale and a second similar sale is set for May 5, also at the Barnes Electric store in Fortuna. Proceeds are added to the delegates' fund for convention. from the entomology club. In the talent show Kathleen Klose, Kitty Flynn and Lyn MacArthur put on two Scottish dances. The afternoon was spent learning sewing methods. The kit from the Home Advisor's office showed steps in making plain and fancy pocket and neck finishes. Swedish weaving was shown for skirt and apron trim. Smocking for pillows was another added inter- Davis and Stanton Klose were est. BALLINGER'S SPRING DRAP DAYS ONLY! 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