Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 16, 1962 · Page 20
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HUMBOLDT STANDARDMenday. April 16 1962, P. 20 Let us protect it wttn service preferred by Northern Cali- lornians for three genera- tions . . Brian J. Sanders, Jr Manager SAYS: Don't Put Off Getting The DEATHS AND FUNERALS I Plans Launched For Rhododendron Week Celebration The Junior Chamber of Commerce has announced that the fifth annual Rhododendron Week will be held April 2!) through May 5. According to Herb Holm, chairman, Eureka is the "Hhodotlcn- ron Capital of the World," and lis organization is seeking to pro- note widespread planting of Hie shrub, lie explained that Eureka s tiie ideal place to cultivate rho- lodendrons due lo the cool, h u m i d j climate and the type of soil. 1 Holm said a survey conducted! Mortuary at 4:00 p. m. lues- three years ago by the Jayceesj day. April 17, 19G2 with Rev- Ull\,v, J - O J - - - - 1 1 " «' Tli-ntim Jiff!. showed 43 percent of Hie home? 1 and businesses in the city had rhododendrons planted in prominent^ locations nn the property. Hisl organization, he said, would like to see that amount doubled. As part of the event, the Jaycees will hold a contest offering cash awards for the best pictures of Rhododendrons. The best color photograph and the best black and while photograph will bring 55 each, second place in each division $2.50 and third places SI. Photos may be entered at Proctor's Photo Laboratory or by sending the film, or picture, to Post Office Box 877. Eureka. Deadline for entry is May 1. CARHICK, FRANK JAMES--Sunday, April 15, 11102 in Arcata. California. Eureka, California. Husband of Mrs. Joan Carrick. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert R. Carrick of Eureka. Grandson of Mrs. Vivian Crane of Norfolk. Nebraska. Brother of Gary B. W. Carrick and Catherine Ann Carrick botli of Eureka. Nephew of Miss Alice Carrick of Eureka, R. D. Carrick of Norfolk, Nebraska and James Wright of Galveston, Texas. Served in the U. S. Army for 3 years. A native of Norfolk, Nebraska, age 21 years. Services will be held at Pierce Or Dental Work You Need Right Now! simply because you can't afford to pay Cash . . or because you feel your present income won't be able to permit you to rake care of the monthly credit payment needments. Jurf remcmber-you can make YOUR OWN credit terms withm reason at Dr. Simpson's. Included among my patients are a large percentage of small wage earners who today enjoy good dental health because they were able to t. e advantage of my liberal Credit Terms. Your Dental Health won t wait . . but I will! All Credit Arrangements and All Payments Are Made in Dr. Simpson's Office AT You Don't Need An Appointment COME IN ANYTIME At Your Convenience for Examination or Consultation Dr.V.C. CREDIT DENTISTRY 922 E St. Eureka 1 HI 2-9049 End Toilet Squeal and Drip with the revolutionary FLUIDMASTER 400 Stainless Steel Ba Cock--newest sensation of plumbing industry. It's corrosion-proof, has instant positive shutolf, eliminates waterwaste, eliminates old-fashioned rod and air sealed float ball. Sleep tight tonight: we have Fluidmaster 400 in stock for quick Installation. FWMHIXG and HCATIXG 33.7 West Pacific, Eureka HI 2-5282 Residence Phone HI 2-3390 crcnd .lames W. Brown officiating. Interment at Sunset Memorial Park. Pallbearer will he Gary Lowe. Bud Cartwright, Danny Fires, Lyk Keich, Warren Kennedy anc Malt Krautkramer. Honornrj bearers will be Harry Vai Horn, W. J. Waters, Merit Waters, Coleman Sims and Otto Sheraske. WILSON', WILLIAM RONALD -Friday. April 13, 1962, Eureka California. Father of Clyde Wil son, Mildred and June Wilso all residing in the Bay are: He is also survived by on grandchild. Member of The Li i tie Chapel and Cooks and Wai "] crs' Union Local No. 220 of Eu ! reka, Calif. A native of Scotland ,| age 73 years. Services will b held at Pierce Mortuary at 2:3 p.m. Tuesday, April 17, 196 with Reverend Austinc Fernlea officiating. Pall bearers will b Bill Early, James Wade, Re ercnd Roy Horton, Howard D Huiter, George Ellis, and Rid ard Cadena. Interment at Su set Memorial Park. TROYAK, ANTHONY -- April 1 1%2. Died in Del Norte Coun Infirmary. Resident of Fo Dick. Husband of J e n n i Troyak. Father of Rawleif, Troyak of Fort Dick. Broth of Frank Troyak of Ccd Rapids, Iowa, John Troyak Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Mrs. W liam Kase of Petaluma. He survived by numerous nephc\ and nieces, 3 grandchildren, great grandchildren. A nati of Bohemia, age 78. Services | will be held al Wier's Mortuary j Chapel on Monday at 2 p. m. j liUIIlNKR, BURDETTE - Sun-1 day, April 15, 1!)G2, Eureka ,Cal-j ifornia. Husband of Mrs. Elsie C. Buihner. Father of Jo Ann Buihner, Eileen, Phillip, Margaret and Kalhryn Buihner all of Eureka. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Buihner of Kellogg, Iowa. Nephew of Mrs. Edna Rilz of Des Moines, Iowa, Ross Buihner of Springfield, Oregon. Cousin of Norman E. Buihner in (he U. S. Air Force. A native of Gladbrook, Iowa, age 41 years. Services will be held at Pierce Mortuary al 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, 1962. Interment at Sunset Memorial Park. MOIIELAND, JOHN - Friday, April 13, Trinity County, Husband of Harmony Moreland (nee Harper). Father of Deborah, age 16, and Christopher Moreland, 15, all of Eureka and Mrs. Donald Dotson, a foster daughter of Great Falls, Mont. Son of Mrs. Mary Moreland of Gridley and the late -eRoy Moreland. Brother ol lorry Moreland of Willows, Mrs. Gerry Halterman of Grid cy, Chet Moreland and Jesse Moreland of Kailua, Hawaii The deceased moved to Eureka in 1944 and was employed a a hardware salesman fo Buhnes, Montgomery Ward an Co. and Fortuna Hardwar until illness forced his retire ment two years ago. He was member of Eureka Lion Clu and Humboldt Lodge No. 79, F and A. M. He attended Yu b City Junior College and wa graduated from California Co lege of Arts and Crafts i Oakland. A native of Gridle: Calif., age 52 years. Service will be held at Pierce Mortuar at 11 a. m., Wednesday wit James L. Carter officiatin_ Friends may send contribution to Unitarian church buildin fund, 1330 Madrone Slree Eureka. IcGOWAN, MRS. MARY ADEL -Sunday, April 15, 1952, E reka. Wife of the late Fredrii McGowan. Mother of Miss Wi nogene McGowan of Eurek Mrs. Muriel Pearson of Ukia and Fred S. McGowan Thousand Oaks. Sister of Mr Abigale Keefer of Oceansid She is also survived by a nur ber of nephews and nice Life member of Ramona Tor pie No. 8 Pythian Sisters a a member of the First Meth dist Church of Eureka sin 1900. A native of Fortuna, a 87 years. Services will be he at Pierce Mortuary at 1:15 m. Tuesday, April 17, 1! with Reverend Oscar E. Li officiating. Private inurnm at Ocean View Cemetery. Career Kit Given [o McKinleyville For Student Use MCKINLEYVILLE -- The North cata Kiwanis, represented by endell Cole, past-chairman of e Boys and Girls committee, has esenled a "Career Kit" to Me- nleyville High school. The kit nlaining information on j o b res and qualifications, was ac- ptcd by Thomas H. Allen, MHS incipal. There is information concerning er 300 kinds of jobs, examples e accounting, mechanics, elec- onics and the medical field. All udents may consult the Career it which has been placed in the brary. Through use of the kit, udents will be better qualified r better jobs. The North Arcata Kiwanis pre- ented Arcata high school with, a areer kit three years ago. They Ian to give similar kits to other chools in the area. WALL STREET CHATTER NEW YORK (UPD--Goodbody _ Co.'s weekly market letter says laf first quarter earnings, which riould begin to trickle in soon, .... make extremely favorable omparisons with year earlier lev- Is and this should provide sub- tantial encouragement to the lock market. The Value Line Survey notes hat a three-way battle appears to underway between the beer makers, the soft drink makers jnd the distillers and winemakers Consumer preferences may be slowly veering toward greater consumption of mixed drinks o listilled spirits and less use of aeer. Standard Poor's notes that prospects for the electrical appli- mce field are considered quite promising for the current year. The rising level of consumer income suggests that the upsurge in demand that became apparent in the latter part of 1961 will con- inue over coming months. Plans Ready For U. I Atomic Test WASHINGTON (UPD-- Officials jsaid today preparations for U.S nuclear tests in the atmosphere were virtually completed and the first blast might he set off about April 25. The original target date was May 1. But officials said that since all was in readiness, the tests might as well go ahead in view of Russia's repeated refusa accept an inspected test ban treat v. ANOTHER SMALLPOX VICT1IV BRIDGEND. Wales (UP!) - .A woman mental patient died o smallpox here Sunday, bringin; the death toll in the British small pox outbreak to 22. Our bank helped us buy our home! "We wanted a real home, w i t h a yard for home and a good i n v e s t m e n t in belter living. Debbie, b u t it seemed more t h a n we eonld man- "Our hank manager's sound advice has often a"e u n t i l we talked it over w i t h our manager al marie our money do more, go farther. Thai's why Wells Fa.go Bank. He. helped us decide how m u c h our saving.', checking account, safe deposit box, to spend ,ind, when we found our new house, he even Debbie's savings-are there. We've, learned helped us arrange the financing. It's a w o n d e r f u l how m a n y ways il pays to have a family bank." WELLS FARGO BANK Knrr.ki Office.: Corner of Ith and I Slrcc.l.i For EXPERIENCED-SAFE SURE-TROUBLE FREE MOVING and STORAGE SERVICE Call BAKER STANTON Serving the Redwood Region for 34 Years from the same location in Eureka. The RECOMMENDED MOVERS! Free estimates gladly given on all phases of moving and Here is what one of our customers thinks of our service: The men you had on our moving job were especially courteous, cooperative and competent. No lime was wasted on the job. They, these men, are an asset to your organization. (signed) Mr. G. R. A. FREE ESTIMATES!! storage. Let us help you plan your next move . . . There is no obligation ... FREE CITY MAPS. PHONE HI 3-3161 IN 4-4612 Local Long Distance Moving 37 W. Second Street . . EUREKA, CALIFORNIA FOKMKIil.Y GOING TO THE WORLD'S FAIR? If you are, you will probably be driving your automobile to Seattle. Don't risk trouble by driving witlioul the insurance y o u D ^ really need. We can arrange payments ol: your premium in easy monthly installments. GUTHRIE GEORGESON AGENCY Owl- SO Years oj Service In EiircJcn \ 518 "E" STKEET "I 2-3701 LET BflSCD BERUTIFy yOUR BRTHROOm a unit made for every bathroom A BASCO unit is the answer to your bathroom problems. No wet floors to mop ... keeps water inside A sparkling BASCO u n i t is y o u r s at a modest price... many beautiful models to choose from INVESTMENT... MATTHEWS 6th J · P.inl · Wallpaper . · Glass · Floor Coverings HI 2-1778 Eureka Align Front End to manu-lacturer's specifications Adjust Brakes and Repack Front Wheel Bearings MONRO-MAT1C SHOCK ABSORBER New MUFFLERS urn 95 Installed * Tha use of h i g h quality alumim line and ai- beslos gi long life up 'j Our New Treads, irfen Medallion and shop m G U A R A N T E E D 1. Aitaimi dfihel" '" workman ^ncnimtoreii in wfiyday m* ·wnnor rnr us* lor 12 months. Rrpnirs made without chars*. rqilHcrniPiils proralcil «n tread current ftt lime of ndjusliwnt. Applied on Sound Tire Bodies or OR Your Own Tires Complete Set of TUBELESS WHITEWALLS Set ofH for 6th H Sts, HI 3-1616 Eureka

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