Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 12
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T STANDARD Q ran t pjA Unit Names Officers Thursday. April 5, 1962, P. 12 Lodge President In Eureka Visit Mrs. Elizabeth Chapman, of Santa Monica, will visit Cental- ni;il lU'bckah lodge No. 100, In. dependent Order of Odd Fellows. Mrs. Robert Galloway was elected president at a recent meeting of Grant school Parent-Teacher association. Also named to offices far the ensuing year were: Mrs.Iticharc 1 llelbcrg, first vice president; Mrs. Waller Olio, second vice president Hay C'etina, third vice pr;:-idcnl; Mi rh.-iii.ran is president of thejMrs. John Cunning, t r M i r e r : Helvkah Assembly Mrs - R(jl)Crl Graham, scvreUiry; Tie Rebekah Lodges of Dis- Mrs. John r-rmvn. jr., hinan: Irict 20 have been invited to par-i^rs. Jcrald Clement, paivamcn- o ' t a r i a n ; Mrs. Wilmont Pliebs, aud- jiljitor. i The regular mcMinK was called Jto order by Mrs. Clement.; lidpate in a pol luck dinner hi? iu'ld in Pythian Castle (i:Hfi p in. on April 10. The business session will con- i Officers ;irc asked.. I,, w e a r f w m a l s for the occasion.! recommendation In send the ,«TM- Mrs riuipman is making h c r j l y ekiAai president lo Ihe cou- d l f i c i a l v i s i t lo Centennial at Ihisjvcntioii to be held ill San !· rail- In,,,, cisco in May. Unit reports by the following chairmen were given, room representative, Mrs. Harry Tonini, membership, Mrs. Paul Kluk, magazine, Mrs. Robert Tra- gcsar, hospitality, Mrs. Author Reinholtsen, legislaton, M r s . James Britt. The meeting was then turned over to Ray Cetina who introduced Donald Moehnke and Gerald Davies, music instructors for the elementary schools. Davies directed the beginning and advanced strings in a group of numbers. Moebnke directed t h c miiri . nc Tnc advanced band a series of (Jourldeant Thomas, district chap- «-,:- ,-it li p.m. Officers arc asked| president and the unit passed the |)laj . c(1 s(iv( . m] ,,, lllll)Cl . s all( | eiu |. crl \vilh ihe students presentation of a "Special Hand" consisting of home - made instruments. Each hand member played on instru- monls made from bottles, cans, tubes, sticks and other implements. This was a project to help the students understand the origin )f different instruments. Tlie next Grant PTA meeting will he April 11 at 2:00 p.m. with Jie installation of new officers. S P R I N G is in the air and with it comes the tantalizing flavor of CHERRY BLOSSOM DAFFODIL CAKE FOR SPRING A mouth-watering concoction of yellow and white Angel Food cake. Topped with delicate lemon flavored icing. Fresh on table, fresh on your menu. A cake 'to herald the coming of Spring. Only Order Your Easter Needs Early Chewy 3 2 8 - 5 t h St. Eureka HI 3-0576 Mrs. Dixie Nance's class, Myers Flat school received a "fun farm" from the Mother's club. Several different kinds of vegetable seeds were planted in the farm and after sprouting, will be transplanted by the viewing children, lo enable the of plant development. Legion Auxiliary Women At Meet In San Francisco Mrs. Howard McKay, national president of the American Legion Auxiliary, was the guest of honor at a luncheon held at the Fairmont hotel in San Francisco, March 24. Women attending from here included Mrs. W. E. (Hazel Lorcnz, president district one, American Legion Auxiliary; Verna Shellon, district secretary; Mrs. James lain; and Mrs. R. R. (Somelia) Wishneff, past president of Fort Humboldl unit 212. Mayor George Christopher welcomed the guests and commended the American Legion Auxiliary for its stand against Communism as well as for its many other worthwhile programs. Mrs. McKay spoke o n - t h e importance of supporting the American Legion Auxiliary in theso critical times. She said there never had been a time in history demanding more alertness. She also Classroom Gift -- Students of told of the work of the Freedom Foundation at Valley Forge. She announced that the Department of California. American Legion Auxiliary Girl Slate program had been given an award from the Freedom Foundation on a most outstanding Americanism youth program. A joint installation of officers was held last week by Ladies of Auxiliary, Veterans of World War I U. S. A., Inc., Eureka Barracks No. 1664 and men of Eureka Barracks. Auxiliary officers are: seated (left to right), Eleanor Zeterberg, senior vice president; Alice Allen, president; Mae Ellis, treasurer; Elizabeth Hemphill, historian. Standing, Martha Matson, chaplain; Carrie Blair, third year trustee; Lillian Narton, junior vice president; Erna Lowe, area I chief of staff; Evelyn Startare, conductress; Elvira Paulsen, patriotic instructor; Daisy Ireland, guard; and Grace Neuhaus, conductress. at both Daly's Eureka and Crescent City DALY'S Veterans of Eureka Barracks recently installed in ceremonies held with the women's auxiliary were: seated (left lo right),-John Freil, commander; Wains Saukko, senior vice commander; Algol Zetterberg, ALUMINUM BROILER PAN Heavy duty aluminum pan--includes drip pan for roasting or broiling. Use for meats, fish and fowl. Good on BBQ too. NOTHING IN OUR STORE OVER 88c 325 F Street Eurekt) HI 2-6315 Women's HALF SLIPS TOBACCO POUCHES Imported BRIAR PIPES Genuine briar pipe! with rubber bits and metal or briar shanks. Smokes tool t sweet. Assld. shapes siies. Cocktail style half ilipl in 100% acetate. Fancy lace decorations in assorted styles and patterns. Sizes Sm., Med., 100% acetate fabric sanitized for hygenic freshness. Elaslie waist and legs. Advertised in Life. Sizes 8-9-10. Genuine leather, full size tobacco pouches fully lined wlih genuine rubber seal. Brown or Metal PIPE RACKS Collapsible gold plated pipe rack holds any 7 pipes easily. Compliments any style furniture. Rubber tipped feet will not scratch Boat-Neck BLOUSES Women s FANCY PANTS Men s STRETCH BELTS Cool, sleeveless blouses in 100% cotton fabric, floral print patterns in assorted colors. Sizes lace decorated, 100% acetate fabric. Elastic waist with either elastic leg or banded leg. Sizes Fully adjustable belts in form fitting elastic. Assorted patterns and colors with novelty buckles. Sizes Sm., Med., Ig. Girls' PEDAL PUSHER SET Girls Crop BLOUSES Hollow Easter CHOCOLATES WICKER BASKETS 48c ,o 78c WOVEN BASKETS 2/28cto2/78c SAND PAILS EASTER EGGS 3/88c to 88c 2 piece let with blouis and pedil pushen. Pro- shrunk, nn chin* wash- ibfd fabric. Site* 3-5-6. Slecvoleji all cotton bloujoi in the new short midriff ilyle. Solid colon with a»ortod decoration!. Siie 38c-48c 88c Bouffant HALF SLIPS Girls' POODLE BLOUSES Brach's EASTER BASKET Pretty little girls' slips of nylon and acetate loads of billowy lace. Perfect for Easter and party dresses. Sin EASTER TOYS Plush rabbiti, mechanical robbitj, lorry tloth bunnicj, foam bunnioi, ·nflaMbto rabbin, East- 100% colton blouioi in over blouta ityle, bound ndrjoi. Poodle dog printed fabric with eontratt- inn trim, Size! 3 to ox. Filled Easter b.nkcl with handle, includes, fruil nut egg*, Ea.ter andy rabbits thick,. OPEN FRIDAY NITE 'TIL 9 P.M. Just across from the Downtown Bank of America junior vice commander; Harold Coeur, quartermaster. Standing, Raymond Waite, trustee; Ernest Mc- Capes, chaplain; Walter E. Matson, adjutant; Harold Ellis, judge advocate. EWC Bridge -- Bridge depart- nent of Eureka Woman's clul vill meet in the upstairs room in Wednesday, April 11. Lunch vill be served as usual at 12:30 p.m. by Mrs. Verdon Hitchcock, Mrs. Ellis B. Langley and Mrs. ib Joseph Smith. The main autidor- ium will be in use by the finance committee that afternoon, accounting for tlie change of place [or the bridge group. PIN-MONEY positive proof that pretty easier dresses don't cost a fortune in Daly's fashion floor Pin Money Shop! our newest, ever-popular shirtwaist by Fritzi in silky-smooth, easy-care Wamsutta "Wampoise" Sprinq's BIG dress success highlighted now in our Easter Dress Festival! See this classic that our customers buy by twos and threes . . try it on in vivacious new candy colors . . Special features: flexitized collar that stays perky, deep, deep hem that gives crisp -flare to the skirt, short sleeves, self-belt. Fast- drying Wamsut'a "Wampoise" cotton in peach, mint, blue or pink, sizes 10-18. Daly's EUREKA . . Pin Money Shop, Fashion Floor Daly's CRESCENT CITY . . Mezzanine For her . . pretty parties that feature detachable straps . . reversible bows and ornaments, flexible construction, exclusive heel-hug fit! In our superb collection young fellows go for "like Dad's" styles in oxfords slipons! Good looks, long wear. Daly'i EUREKA and CRESCENT CITY Shoos--Stretl Floor jacket dresses slim sheaths bouffants 3 pc. costumes knits prints stripes solids hundreds low priced! nisei 9-lS 10-20 Z2'/ r 2./.'/ 2

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