Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 11
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 11

Eureka, California
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Thursday, April 5, 1962
Page 11
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i Friends Honor At Recent Shower 1 Mrs. Leroy Snyder of Orick was honored with a baby shower March 23, at the home of Mrs. Doyle Workman, assisted by Mrs. Russ Hagen. Games were played during the evening'and the door prize was won by Mrs. Paul Calvert. Many lovely gifts were received by the honored guests and attend- ing were: Mesdaraes Avelle Cal vert, Ervin Undbloom, Paul Ca vert, Bill Bender, Wcs Kolshin ski, Jack Blankenship, Gle Schirraann, Otto Tirom, Alber Scheckla, H e r b e r t Whitaker James Calvert, and unable to a tend but sending gifts were: Mrs Orville Ekin, Mrs. Gaylord Mi Donald; and Mrs. Paul Johnson FREE! Garden of ; roses .j-;-" £ with any major 7 appliance purchase White House Furniture/Appliances One dozen individually packaged in foil everblooming roses, each 2 years old and field grown, in three everblooming . varieties. For yourself, as giftsl With any major appliance purchase, tuch as this Full 19" sound out front, Zenith handcrafted quality throughout, builf in antenna, big squared screen. Zenith portable TV 168.80 plus free rose garden . . . Pastries to make your meals a delight for the whole family Always a t r e a t . . . to yourself and your pocketbook. Order a plentiful supply of baked goods for the weekend and take advantage of our WEEKEND SPECIALS. FRESH LEMON SPONGE CAKE Reg. $1.25 98= ORANGE ROLLS Reg. 60c doz. EUREKA'S QUALITY BAKERY Henderson and F Sh. in HENDERSON CENTER OPEN: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. HI 2-5027 I Si/Tooted Recipe Inotituto | DQVBI£-WTY DecORfflONS I I ii Large_and small jars make intriguing containers -for colorful berries, ·fruits and nut=- Eggs on the table a\\ year'round. Use 4 them in their natural « colors to highlight 'i brown and wh'rte i table decorations. Try an all-green ·table- ngskins, placemats and candles in steles of gi^en.accented wrth a pyramid of artichokes in the center. Raw vBgetabfes-raclishes, red onions,tomatoes, eggplant turnips--give your table a -festh/eTook. Scrub them clean,then coat lightly with salad oil for erfra sheen. Project List Discussed By CFG Leaders The home of Mrs. Howard Pen dleton, north Trinidad, was'the scene of a combinei ocal leaders of Blue Birds and Canip Fire girls when they met o plan group projects. Special guests, at the meeting, :here to help in the discussion were Mrs. Vernon Hallin, Eureka, district director for Humboldt bounty Council of Camp Fire lirls, and Mrs. Robert Romanini, Arcata, training chairman, north district. Local leaders present were Mmes. Pendleton, Ford Hess, Wiliam Hatfield, Zelma Franzoni, Winston Wiley, Jack MacDonald, Jarry Walker, Charles Ried, and Jean Miller. Mrs. Pendleton's daughter Janice, a Camp Fire girl, assisted with serving refreshments. Cookies were made by the Camp Fire girls. Mrs. Hallin and Mrs. Romanini explained many of the details of Camp Fire and Blue Birds, also answering a number of questions asked by leaders. The discussion especially centered on ceremonial programs and handicraft. Mrs. Hallin and Mrs. Romanini showed a number of possible landcraft p r o j e c t s including, woodwork, tissue dolls and artwork, all of which could be uti- ized to interest the y o u n g members. Mrs. Hallin announced that :he annual candy sale would begin March 31 and run for more than ,wo weeks. "Last year," she said, 'the Blue Birds, Camp Fire and Horizon (high school) clubs raised over $10,000 in Humboldt County. Funds raised are used for benefit of the clubs and projects. A major discussion centered on the coming Dad-Daughter dinners annual events, for the groups. This year, each group will hold its own Dad-Daughter dinner, instead o: combining as formerly. Dates wil' be set for each group. Marshall School PTA was held id workshop for Tuesday, April 3 at 1:45 p.m. in he Marshall school auditorium, zines, Mrs. Robert Armstrong; Mrs. Robert Lewis at which time publicity, Mrs. Robert Madsen: 'early reports were read. Joseph publicity book, Mrs. Norman Barkdull, principal, presented the Christensen; health, Mrs. Gus auditor's report and Mrs. William Galbreath read the historian's re- )[ the Marshall PTA for helping er fulfill a very successful year. Installing officer was Mrs. Harry Massagli, immediate past pres- dent of Eureka Council PTA. Lovely camellia corsages were timely address by Ralph Gold- iresented to the new officers. They were introduced and in- italled as follows. President, Mrs. Ronald Mcheel; first vice-president, Mrs. Sam Sacco; second advantages and opportunities of- vice president, Mrs. F r a n c i s lalhews; recording secretary, Mrs. Cahrles Sattes; correspond- ng secretary, Mrs. Galen Olsen pertinent treasurer, Mrs. Kenneth Gieger; historian, Mrs. E. E. Williams; ind auditor, Mrs. William Gal- jreath. The past president's pin was ay incoming president, Mrs. Ron- Id McPhee. Mrs. Lewis presented the gavel to Mrs. Ronald Mc- 'hee and she continued the meet- committee chairman for the com- FREE CHICKS - FREE CHICKS - FREE CHICKS CHICK DAY Saturday, April 7, 1962 Chicles Given Away Starting 9 a.m 15 chicks per adult (Please bring your own container^ We Will Start Giving the Chicks At 9 A.M. and Until All the Chicks Are Gone - ALSO PRIZE Drawing each hour on the hour from 10:00 A.M. 'til chicks are gone. PRIZES AND SURPRISES COFFEE COKE ·k DONUTS . BALLOONS MYRTLE AVE. FEED STORE 1057 Myrtle Ave., Eureka PLENTY OF FREE PARKING HI 2-5719 Your Shasta Feed Dealer Mrs. Ronald McPhee New President Marshall PTA Installation of officers for the tog year: parliamentarian. Sirs. A short business meeting was icnducted by outgoing President, hospitality, Mrs. Morris Summerfield; social, Mrs. Donald Pape; Fritz; student welfare, Joseph G Barkdull; safety, Mrs. Spencer sort, Mrs. Lewis thanked all of. Blake: school and parent educa- he parents, teachers and friends lion, Mrs. Eugene LaCornu; and room represnetative chairmen, Mrs. Ted Oberdorf and Mrs. James Freeman. Highlight of the program following the installation was a very Lawrence Kavich; membership, Mrs. Donald Campion; maga- smith, director of the Eureka Recreation department, entitled "Filling Your Chfld's Idle Hours", in which he emphasized the many fered by the community for children's recreation and interest particularly during the summer; months. The 0 - Ki - May - Ca CampDrc Scout Group, under the leadership of ti Mrs. Morris SummerDeld, presented a singing - pantomine skit oree to compliment Goldsmith's talk. presented to Mrs. Robert Lewis in which they demonstrated all of the pleasurable activities offered in this area. After the program, refreshments were served by the third River ng by introducing the following grade room mothers of Marshall 24 school. Eel River Area Girl Scouts List Coming Events Final plan's for a booth at the Scout-0-Rama were discussed at the recent meeting of Giri Scout leaders from the Eel' River area, held in the social room at the Scotia Union church. Mrs. Bernice Larson, Mrs. Melba George and Mrs .Huth Childs, lid Scout leaders from Holmes, were invested and received their pins. A calendar of events for the Brownies and Girl Scoust in the Eel River area was announced. April' 16, Ihe Girl Scout Sing- A-Rce in the Scotia Boy Scout hall, 10 a.m. until 1:30 pm.. All girls are asked to bring a sack lunch and a cup. April 19, Brownie Sing-A-Ree; Fortuna Veteran's Building, 10 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Those attending are to bring a cup and a sack lunch. May 31, Brownie and Girl skating party at the For- :una Skating Rink. July 20 to 22, Girl Scout Campat Georgia - Pacific Grove near Carlotta. Aug. 6, 7, 9, 13 and 14; Brownie Day Camp; place to be announced. The next meeting of the Eel leaders will be held April at the Fortuna Methodist church. TWMBOLDT STMWD/lRDThursday. April 5, 1962, P. OPEN FRIDAYS -12 NOON TO 9 P.M. freshest, newest shade for the sun inspired by that frolicky, rolicky fragrance for fun '~J flashing dashing Straw Hat Red to wear with an air ths Straw Hat way so chic... so gay "T. so Faberg6 Straw Hat Red Oval Lipstick Extraordinaire" 2.50 sparkling Nail Glace lo match 1.50 \ _ Straw Nat Ensemble of lipstick with cologne 3.75 the stt, spring accessories that accent every occasion... FANTASY IN FLOWERS... Our newest millinery collections.are a wonderland filled with flowers in all colors. Brilliantly designed douches, pillboxes and pixies with petals in white, pink, lime, blue, lilac, sunny yellows, oranges, reds and neutral wood tones.' from 6.95 SPARKLING JEWELRY Our largest and finest collection yet of fabulous spring and summer jewelry. Each charming piece has its own individuality.. .you II be sure to find many pieces to accent your new wardrobe. ELEGANT HANDBAGS... See our stunning array of matchless handbags that spel! out s p r i n g . You'll be sure to find the one "just for you" in gleaming patents, soft leathers or colorful straws. SUDDENLY YOUR HANDS LOOK LOVELIER... See t his hand - embroidered and leather-tailored glove in Crescen- does wonder - washing wonder- fabric. . . . See and feel the many wonderful gloves that add that special touch to your new wardrobe. HOt 7TH E STREETS ... "S.H." GREEN STAMPS R.C.A. CREDIT... FREE PARKING

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