Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 10
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 10

Eureka, California
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Thursday, April 5, 1962
Page 10
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Women of the First Congregational church in Eureka will sponsor a b a z a a r al the church on April 12. Lunch will be served from 11-.'W a. m. to 1:30 p. m., and supper from 5:30 to 7:30 p. m. Comm i t t e e members working on articles for the event are (left to r i g h t ) : Mrs. Flora Bloomquist, Mrs. Rose McConnaha, Mrs. Marguerite Dean, Mrs, Huibertje Vermeer, Mrs. Frank Dopplmaire, Mrs. R. S. Dart and Mrs. Esther Jacobsen. -'oKwcU. . ^3_^Jf^ZSl ~"- ' -==-^=1^ A. Sniped 2-pc.look jumper in wash'n w e a r cotton, Yelknv or orange stripe, fancy stitched \\hitc "blouse". 7 to M. B. Scooped "neck striped cotton \viih bands of .solid color and eyelet weave. Bowed belt. Assorted colors. Sues 7 to 14. C. Portrait collared cotton with lace trim, lucked sleeves with bodice. How of glitter buttons. Lildc, melon. 7 lo 14. D. Moral prin! skirted Hvergla/.e'S' cotton. Tucked bodice, contrast piping. Kcd or yellow on \\iiilc. Jiiiics 3X to (i\. E. Checked wa*.li *n wear cot tun frock \\ttli separate, embroidered pinafore. Blue or orange with white. Siics 1-3. F. Print panel easy-care cotton with lots of ric rac and pull .sleeves. Orange or green. Sizes 3X to OX. G. T.accd and embroidered yoke style in Oacron^ polyester, nylon, cotton. Nile, white, maize, blue. Sizes for infants. H. Dainty nylon u'ith imderslip. Lavish ];u:e. embroidery and pleating details. Choice uf 6 colors. Infants' size. J. Checked easy care cotton. High waist \\ iih button and cross sirups. Lace and embroidery trim. Pink, blue, hits 9 to 1S months'. K. Vee fronted trouble free cotton features cm out iiilched trim, contrast i'". Lime, salmon. Si/es 1 lo 3. Many Pretty Accessories Girls' Floral Hat 1.17 Pique or Nylon Infants' Girls'Picture Hat 1.98 Bonnets 1.59 Pleated ami (some 1.00) ,.. ... ,, floral Band ,, 88c Little Girl Novelty .Vn, ' · ·' ) Velvet and Flower Hand Bags 69c* '· - · Clip-on _ 98c "plus lax -\A^_v.; \b-- T_! f\eafm of l/i/c HVMBOLDT STANDARD Thursday, April 5, l?62, P. 10 omen MARGARET DELANEY, EDITOR herae of the fashion show given ccently at Baywood Country club by Xi Zeta Pi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Mrs. Lester Hoffman and Mrs. Joseph Cabrera were co-chairmen for the show. Mrs. Herbert Rochlitz, president of the chapter, welcomed the 'uests and - introduced the commentator, Mrs. Darold Schorlig. Mrs. Alice Putnam was organist. Frilled Bouffant SUPS B. I'oNshci! cotton with ·!· tii-i skirt, cliihoralc trini- niin^ 1 . While. Si«s 4 YOUR MONEYS WORTH MORE AT Corner 5th W O O L W O R T H ' S OPEN FR1DAY William Swackhamer, a member of the first violin section of the Humboldt Symphony orchestra, and of the Humboldt ensemble," is one of the musicians who will play for the Easter Seal Society benefit tea next Sunday afternoon. Hours are from 2 to 4 and tickets may be obtained from the members of the board of the Easter Seal Society or at Maxon's Music store, Nygard and Green Music Center or Fortuna Music Mart. The tea is being given at Eureka Inn by the management of the Inn. Mrs. Lester Hoffman was one of the models at the recent "Easier Elegance" fashion show at Baywood i Country club. The suit she is modeling is from Kent's, j Spring Styles At Fashion Show "Easier Elegance" was the Models were Mrs. Gary Anderson, Mrs. David Krueger, Mrs Kenneth Sarff, Mrs. Oran Flitch- ett, Mrs. Walter McCrea, Mrs. Wayne Bare and Mrs. Hoffman. Five girls from Brookings chapter of Beta Sigma Phi were special guests. Hair styles were by the James Beauty manor with hats from Lucille's and fashions from Kent's. Foster Mothers Meet For Lunch And Discussion The Suburban Foster Mothers met recently al the home of Mrs. William Christian on the old Arcata Road for their monthly luncheon meeting. Mrs. Jean Turner, social worker told of Ihc Institute she and Mrs. Vivian Eliassen attended in the Bay area. Also attending the meeting were social w o r k e r , Mrs. Marge Lincoln PTA -- "We Open the Door to New PTA Leaders" is the theme for the Lincoln PTA j meeting to be held in the Lincoln auditorium at 7:30 p.m. tonight, (Thursday). There will be installation of new officers. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ochcltrce, Mrs. Alvin Butgereit, Mr. and Mrs. William Christian. Mrs. Melvin Knight and Mrs. Roland Carlson. The next luncheon will be held at the Harold Oclilctree residence on April 12. SALES HAVE ALL READY GONE UP AND ARE STILL GOING UP BUSBNESS IS GOOD AT BERN8E S'S. WHY DON'T YOU AND FIND OUT FOR . . NOW IS THE TIME . . . .IT'S E A S I E R THAN YOU THINK TO DRIVE A BETTER CAR - PONTIAC or BUICK. PONTIAC BUBCK WILLYS GMC TRUCKS earsoire 4th D Sts. Eureka HI 3-0833 24-HOUR TOWING -- SEVEN DAYS A WEEK 'TIL 9 P.M.

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