The Times Standard from Eureka, California on March 10, 1954 · Page 5
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The Times Standard from Eureka, California · Page 5

Eureka, California
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Wednesday, March 10, 1954
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brated at their afternoon from five p. m. when home Saturday one o'clock to parts of the county called to gruel, the honored couple. . T h e large rooms were especially attractive with bowls of pink flowering p l u m and silvered leave?. Decorating the mantle and fireplace were the many cards of congratulations and telegrams received by tho couple, which had been artistically ai ranged. The refreshment table was b e a u t i f u l l y decorated with a pale green linen cloth centered with tall white and silver tapers in handsome silver holders and the Library Week i Emphasizes Books For All "Something for Everyone," is the slogan of California' Library week and this idea is emphasized in the posters displayed in many local firms. The idea, for a 'public library week originated in the San Joaquin valley in 1949. The project proved so successful in bringing new patrons to the library, that other communities throughout the state decided to participate. Now, by means of a single concentrated effort using posters, billboards, r a d i o , newspapers, broadside, booklists, displays and speechmaking, California librarians a r e celebrating Library Week. Titles of new books, (Books For Everyone), recently received at Eureka Free Library appear in the following list: Beaton--The Glass of Fashion Pough--A field Guide to Rocks and Minerals. Acebes--Orinoco Adventure Carnegie--How to Help Your Husband Get Ahead in His Social and Business Life Eaverat--Period Piece Taber and Webster--Stillmead- ow and Sugarbridge Atwater -- Byways in Hand- Weaving Graham--Peace With God Kimbrough -- Forty Plus and Fancy Free Martin -- Tle Standard Guide to Mexico and the Caribbean , . Tazicff--Craters of Fire | guests and serving refreshments Dos PESOS _ The H ead and were Rao Ella and Michael More: Heart of Thomas Jefferson land, children of the honored Witty--How to Become a Better Reader Heywood--Be Yourself Leslie and Adamski -- Flying land, hor sisters-in-law, Mrs. Ed-!Saucers Have Landed --Seely's Redwood Studio MR. AND MRS. ROY MORELAND, Arcata, are pictured here as they observed their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday. ARCATA--The silver werldir.gjsilver service, gifts from the cou- anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Roy p : e ' s relatives and friends for the Moreland of A-ata was cele- a n n i v o r s a r y . vvhito £lowers and an elaborately decorated cake riends from all I added to the table appointments. Assisting with the receiving of couple. Mrs. John Lima and Mrs. i Lee Lane, sisters of Mrs. ward Brown and Mrs. Richard Brown, nieces of the couple, Mrs. Jack Lima, Mrs. William Lima, Kay and Diane Lima and Lir.da Brown. Mrs. Helen Palmer, Mrs. Glen Long and Mrs. Gordon Jaroch. Saturday evening the couple were honored at a surprise dinner dance at the Arcata Woman's clubhouse when one hundred friends and relatives assembled for the gala a f f a i r . The c l u b house Millin Africa While--Dancing Made Easy Conneit -- Duck Decoys; How To Make Them FICTION Bellow -- The Adventures Augie March Durafour -- Betlir.a Colonna Ford--Peacehaven Jorgensen--No Quarter Judson--Lady Guide Meichsner--The Answer in the Sky The People of South of was resplendent with baskets of Nearing -- T h e Sinister Re- while carnations and myriads of "oarches of C. P. Ransom huge white lighted candles. The Pliever--Moscow mantel was decorated with an ar- Powers--The Only Sin rangement of the w h i t e carna- Ridge--Family Album tions with sprays of silvered Stressing the importance of leaves and three large candles of p l l b l ' c libral '' woek ' Goodwin J. different length arranged at the ^ m g h t ' Governor of Californ.a _l j h a s issued a proclamation which reads in part as follows: Small tables were arranged, "The progress and develop- around the room to typify a night.merit of this nation depend upon club, with silver covers and cen- the continuing education of its tered with white tapers and flowers. The bride's cake and silver service were arranged on a decorated table in the lounge. The long dinner tables in the d i n i n g rooms were covered with! silver coverings and centered with! the large candles and sprays of pink plum blossoms and silver ileaves. Huge baskets of silver leaves were placed in the corners. Following downstairs, the buffet d i n n e r the guests enjoyed dessert and dancing in the club room. During the evening, Assemblyman F r a n k Belotti pre- iscnled the mink tie to Moreland, · t h a t was a conversation piece in ] Sacramento last week, causing Shrug this pretty shoulder: m.ich merriment with the guests, warmer over e v e r y t h i n g t h i s ' Out of town guosls coming to spring! JitTy-crochet--easy _ pal-! A r c a t a for t h e anniversary cele- people. In our libraries we find the widest variety of educational facilyities. There men and women, boys and givls can find limitless i n f o r m a t i o n . inspiration, and w o r t h w h i l e recreation. "Considering these things, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of C a l i f o r n i a , do hereby proclaim !he period March 7-13, 1954, as CALIFORNIA LIBRARY WEEK, and urge t h n t C n l i f o r n i a n s avail themselves of that time lo visit their libraries and f a m i l i a r i z e themselves more fully with many advantages offered t h e r e i n , lo everyone, to the end that these' facilities be more extensively used and further developed in the interests of the community, state and nation." tern s t i t c h : shcll-s'.itch scallops., ijralions w You can make it all one or com- iW .,,. cl Browrii M r _ a n d Mrs Ken . Swanson and Mr. and Mrs. in Dahlquist of Mill Valley, Mary Parson of Oakland, bine two colors. So Fashion-new! Crochet P;;lter:i BOO: directions for Sizes 32-3 i; lUi-38 included. Sulll I ' W K N T Y K I V l C U N T S in to] this p a t t e r n to rhe H u m Doldt Standard, N c c d l c c r a f t Dept Print p l a i n l y P A T T E R N N U M B E R , jour N A M E nd A D D R E S S w i t h Z O N E , Send Twenty C^nts more tlo coins) tor our Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book illustrations, o! pattern foi :rochet. knlttinK. household accessories, dolls, toys *nd many hobb; and Klft ideas. A freo pattern i» orinted in tho book. 'ere Mr. and Mrs. Ed- M a r v i n Dahlquist of Mill Valley, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mendell of ! Gold Beach, Oregon, Mr. and Mrs. |Carl Abarr and George Abarr of | Burnt Ranch, Mr. and Mrs. | George Lane of Calpella, Mr. and Mrs. John Spinas of Trinidad, I J M r . and Mrs. Ronald Smith and 11 daughter, Susan of Ferndale and j Mr. and Mrs. Merle McCann, Jr., of Trinidad. WE GUARANTEE YOUH COOKIES W T H KITCHEN CRAFT ^-SAFEWAY STORE Chamber Music Concert At HSC Sunday The third concert in the current music recital series, sponsored by Humbolct State college's music society, Mu Epsilon Psi, will take place Sunday, March 14, 3 p. m. in the college auditorium, A program of chamber music to include the works of Bach, Haydn, and Schumann will be played by members of the HSC music fac- Realm Of lUomen MARGARET DEL A NET, EDITOE Phone HI S-1711--* A. M. to I P. M. Style Show SetForTonight Eureka Y-Wives tonight will sponsor "Easter Fashion Prome- Moultons Here From Maryland ARCATA -- Major and Mrs. Harold Moulton who arrived from nade" at the junior high school (Maryland recently to visit with auditorium beginning at 8 p. m.jMrs. Moullon's mother, Mrs. Planned months ago. the entire show, which will include exten- Mathiida Larson and other relatives before leaving lor Los An- sive musical entertainment, will g elcs . where the major will be be keyed to "The Shape of ! stationed for sometime, were en- Spring" with many exclusive de-Kertained at several affairs while signer fashions flown here justi i n Arcata. Mrs. Moulton was a this week for the event. '.special guest at a lovely lunch- Modeling more than 50 cos- |eon held at lhe Fred Banduc ci will be: Mrs. LaVon Nath, JMrs. Duane Bode, Mrs. Norma Burre, Mrs. JoAnn Wood, Mrs. Jerry W a l s h , Mrs. Corinne Chaves, Mrs. Ruth Scott, Mrs. Ann Duffy, Mrs. Audran Early and Mrs. Lurline Slack. Teenage home with Mesdames Banducci, Jack Carson, Al Raymond and Dick Boehker as hostesses. On another evening, she was honor- led at a party by her sewing club HUMBOLDT STANDARD Wednesday, Mar. 10, 1954, P. I Official Visit AtRebekahLodge ARCATA--Mrs. Dorothy Frar- rar of Eureka, district deputy president of the Rebekah Assembly, will make her official visit t» Empress Rebekah lodge Friday evening when Gertrude Mann, noble grand, will be the presiding officer. The entertainment committee consists of Lucille Mathewson and Anna Jonsen and th« refreshment committee will b« Mr. and Mrs. Francis Weltz, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Weltz and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roberts. wlth Mrs Joh " Polzln h ° S " i tess at her home. Guests at this affair were Mesdames Ned Bar- --Freeman Art photo. MISS YVONNE GABORIAULT has been selected to play the part of "Millinette," a French maid, in the student body play, "Fashion" or "Life in New York in 1850," to be held March 18 and 19 at the Fortuna Union high school auditorium at 8 p. m. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Gaboriault of Hydesville, Miss Gaboriault, a senior, takes active part in Future Homemakers of America and other school activities. She has appeared in other plays in Oregon, where she previously attended school. delights will be shown by Miss .. . . _ , . T . Jean Parker and Miss Barbara *"*· A "f e '° _Tanferam, Jack p j ! Carson, Dick Boemker Frank 'Caldera, Arthur Lorentzen, C. Miniature fashions will| P a r e n t | Arno i d Nielsen, Gordon i raded by Tamsin Walsh, Christy j aroch| C u r tis Larson and Marino !Nilsen, Jackie Horn, Susan Rob- gj c c hj_ : inson, Beth Peters and Denny Nilsen. Music for the event will be provided by Verna Coon, Other musical entertainment will include the "Uncalled Four Quartette (Judy McKnight, Nancy: Riley, Ann Ericsen and Wynne' Wrigley), ballet selections by. Janice Brogi and Nancy Quint-i rell from the Betty Merrieweath-; er dance studio and vocal solos 1 by Shirley Pillock Sare. i Fashions will be furnished by Daly's and Helen Cunnison, advertising manager for the store, will be the commentator. · · Guild Meeting St. Anne's Guild of St. Alban Episcopal church will meet at the Larry i Marshall home _ at Bayside Heights Thursday evening at 8 p. m. with Mrs. Paul Allen and iMrs. Jack Ivey as hosts for the · · DAY Meet--Disabled American Veterans, Eureka chapter 4, will meet at 8 o'clock tonight at the Veteran's Memorial b u i l d i n g . i Jopr » 0( ' M'^ 1 ' 0 " 1 100% j u l n n e u t n l s p i r i t s . St«.Pi«rriSmltnoii Fit., Inc.,Hirtfoid, Conn. --Freeman Art photo. DONALD VIEGAS will characterize the part of "Zeke," a Negro butler, in the Fortuna Union high school student body play, "Fashion" or "Life in New York in 1850." A junior, he is a member of the dramatics club and Spanish club, and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Viegas of Rio Dell. The play will be presented at the Fortuna High school auditorium, at 8 p. m., March 18 and 19. ulty assisted by local artists. Those to be .included on the program are as follows: Margaret Jones, assisted by Virginia Simas, will present works for f l u t e and piano. The Schumann quintet in E-Flat Major for strings and piano will be played by Esther Thompson and Doris Eikenbery, violins; Floyde Glendo, viola; Jean Fulkerson, cello; and Charles Fulkerson at the piano. The College Trio will also play Haydn's piano trio in G Major. Phyllis Robertson is concert c h a i r m a n for Mu Epqsilon Psi and is in charge of arrangements for tho concert and reception. 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