Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 13
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 13

Eureka, California
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Thursday, April 5, 1962
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Easter Hats To Be Paraded There will be an Easter hat parade at the next meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary of Eagles No. 130 In ;Uie hall, 1317 California St, on "Thursday, April 12. Printed Pattern ''·'"* 9469 SIZES 1214-2414 Lodge Elects Nomination of officers will be . ·» _ Id at the meeting April 26. , ' Dp|pnnteS I O The Auxiliary voted to send **W«S*JWi»«* w wers or gifts to the sick mem- O f -- f a , jut0nf rs who have been ill at home J I U I C IYICCI r any length of lime or in the Delegates to the Rebekah As- spital. They also voted ta s embly of California were elected adopt" Mrs. Ida Sonberg, a pa- a f the recent meeting of Thelma ent at the Humboldt County Rebekah Lodge No. 148, held at ursing Home, and will remem- the Native Son's Hall with noble , round noon. George Holt is chair man of this event. Hot coKee will served for the older children. lifUTw Look again-Spring's TWO to suit looks are in this styled-lo slim pattern. Two jackets, tw skirts--wear as shown, or mix match them. Printed .Pattern 9469: Ha Sizes IVA, HVi, 16V4,- 18V6, WA SBVi, 24V4. Size 16'A takes 2' yards 54-inch. · »»»»',?ii","*f'*""' · --'----Send FIFTY CENTS (coins) for Ihli pulltrn - add 10 cent! (or endi putlern lor first-clui fTM a "3. Send- to Marlsn Martin, Humbold Standard, Pattern Depl., 232 Wes 18th SI, New York 11, N. Y. Prln plainly NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE, SHE and STYLE NUMBER Exlral Extra! Exlrn! Big Spring Summer Pitlern Cstalog - ove 106 styles 'or all sizes, occasions Misses, Hilt-SItt, women's Vrtrd robes. Send 55CI , ber on birthdays or othei ecial occasions. A past presidents' plaque was resented to Mrs. Ida Belts by e president, Mrs. Winston Drain grand, Mrs. Michael Ansak, conducting the meeting. Those elected to attend the sessions, to be held in Long Beach the week of May 20, are The afghan to be giver, away Mrs. Norman Underwood, Mrs. t-the card party April 5 by the umboldt County Nursing Home as on display in the hall by Mrs. Coleman Sims, and Mrs, Frank Hufner. An invitation to a reception in rsel Bynum, "Mother" of the Yreka, honoring A. F. Singleton, , uxiliary. All proceeds from the ard party will go towards the uying of physical therapy equip- lent. The Aerie will have an Easter gg Hunt at Sequoia Park on vas read, and members were invited to participate in a bowling tournament sponsored by Ann! versary Lodge, IOOF, in Arcata. Mrs. Bernice Wilson, secretary of the Humboldt County. Heart irlhdays of Mrs. Joy Paul, Mrs singing of "Happy Birthday," Mrs. Nell Young -won the at endance ; p r i z e . Refreshments vere served after the meeting vith the Aerie joining in the af aster S u n d a y , starting time Association, thanked the members who helped with Heart Sunday Members were reminded of the goodfellowship meeting in Blue Pal gifts were exchanged. The Lake with Forest Lodge No. 147 as hostess, on April 5, and the GoergirHorner and Mrs. Claude April 10 meeting of Cenlennia Ellison were observed: with the Lodge No. 100 of Eureka, which time Mrs. Elizabeth Chap TM=. ,,V.L --...,, ..-. _, - man, president .of the Rebekal endance: p r i z e . Refreshments Assembly of California, will air. Island Slides Shown To Club Slides of the Hawaiian Islands, aken on a recent visit there by Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Riley, were shown at a recent meeting of the Trinity club of Willow Creek. The 25th wedding anniversary, ol Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schuler was celebrated by the club and a silver gift was presented on behalf of the members. Present were Mrs. Ralph Hornbrook, Walter Kirschman, Mrs. Tekla Stockton, Mr. and Mrs. William Foreman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Talmadge, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hotelling, Mr. and Mrs. William Hawes all of Willow Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wagner of Hoopa, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bibbins and Mr. and Mrs. William Oden of Salyer. make an official visit. A 6:30 p m. potluck supper will, precedi the meeting. Thelma Lodge will initiate new members at the April 11 meet Easter hat parad " Barbara Peavey Qualifies In Typing Test Miss Barbara Peavey, a senior f St. Bernard's high school, has een invited to represent her chool at the third annual Facit Accuracy Contest in the 'regional tournament." Having already received a hand- ome medal as a class champion, she was selected to com 1 icte in the San Francisco, ornia.Regional as one of the 500 op typists .in the nation. This elect group of Regional contest- in^ achieved the highest scores vith perfect typing from amonj 0,500 class winers who also typec errorless test papers. Twenty-five (25) Regional con- ests will be held throughout the United States and the winner o: each Regional will receive a de uxe . Facit portable typewriter Of the 25 Regional winners across the country ten (10) will be award ed an all expense-paid trip to New York City In June to compete in lie finals. The fabulous grand prize is an all expense-paid vacation trip ti Sweden for the winning finalis and his or her 'teacher. Miss Peavey Is the daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Randall Peavey o 1770 P Street, Eureka. follow the meeting. Following the business meet ing, refreshments were served hi the dining room. Centennial Lodge Joining In Blue Lake Observance This Evening Centennial Rebekah lodge No.| 00, Independent Order of Odd Bellows, has been invited to participate in a Hobo Night sponsored by Forest Rebekah lodge of Blue 'yP ln e Lake tonight (Thursday) at 8 p.m. 'hey are to come in costume, according to the invitation read at a recent meeting of Centennial. Call- Refreshments will be served at the close of the lodge meeting Mrs .Slater Smith presided at the meeting here. Introduced to the lodge was Mrs. Ann Richardson ,a member of Olive Rebekah odge No. 18, St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada . Delta Rebekah lodge of Crescent City has requested the endorsement, by Centennial, of their candidate, Mrs. Helen Connolly 'or District Deputy President o: District 20 for the coming year Empress Rebekah lodge of Ar cata invited Centennial members :o take part, in a bowling tourna ment that was held for Odd Fel lows and Rebekahs in the Arcata Bowl on April 1. Mrs. Zella Me Carthy represented Centennial. Mrs. Clyde Morrison, Mi's. Har old Bohanon and Mrs. Orval Wai lace were elected as delegates to attend the Rebekah Assembly in Long Beach in May . The attendance p r i z e wai awarded to Mrs. Alt Quarnheim similar prize is awarded a ach meeting but the members must be present to receive the ift. Tablespoons for Centennial to use in the dining hall were pcr- enled by President Juno Wai- ace for the Centennial Sewing club. Following the meeting, refreshments were served by the committee for the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Alt Quarnheim and Mrs. Alma Thomson, The lace covered tobies -wore placed in a square and were decorated with daffodils and yellow napkins to give a gay, spring feeling. Bright yel- ow kites were placed above the gift table. Flower games were played, and Mrs. M. W. Phillips and Mrs. Roy Graves won the ivening prizes. ENTOMOLOGY CLUB ARCATA -- The Bayside Ento mology Club spent a Saturday recently at Big Rock, near Field brook looking for pupa stage o the Cinonophus moth. The groui enjoyed a sack lunch during the day. They brought back nine spe ilinens which the group hope wil hatch so that they may add li (heir collections. Those attending were William Watson, Mike Davis Stanton Klose and their leader Mrs. Evan Brothers. Dental Women To Attend Session n San Francisco Representatives of the local Voman's Auxiliary to the Cali- ornin Denial association will at- end the 21st annual meeting of the organization being held April 8 to 1 at the Fairmont hotel, San Francisco. Following registration activities he first day, there will be a mem- lership meeting on Monday for the installation of officers. Mrs. John 0. Yeirlcr, of the Humboldt- Del Norte Dental society, women's auxiliary, has been nominated for he State recording secretary, and will give a report of her past presidency of the local unit. Delegates to Uiis meeting will e Mrs. B. A. Peterson, president of the local chapter, and Mrs. Fordyce Nelson, alternate. A fashion show will be held in the Gold room with the theme "Carnival of Fashions" sponsored by the City of Paris. Mrs. James Walsh, of Eureka, will model and Mrs. Gregg Conland and Mrs Merced Wrigley will be hostesses. Wives of member dentists are invited to visit the exhibit section in the Grand Ballroom all four days of the meeting. They are also welcome to accompany their husbands to the general member ship luncheon Tuesday, April 10 to hear a talk by Dr. Harold Hil lenbrand, secretary of the Amer ican Dental association. UVMBOLDT mWPAHDThursday, April 5, 1962, P. IJ Band Festival At Jacobs Junior High April 11 Richard Stroud, band director at George C. Jacobs junior high school, has announced the annual spring festival concert to be held April 11 in tile George C. Jacobs gymnasium at 7:45 p.m. The public is invited to attend. Admission price is 50 cents for adults; 25 cents for students without student body card; and student body card holders are admitted free. The advanced band is made up of 65 members through grades seven and nine. The intermediate band will make its public appearance for the first time this year. The festival is the culmination of the work done for the sprin festival at Huraboldt State college. The program will include a contemporary band composition by Arthur Dedrlck called "Two Pieces for Band With Muted Brass." This shows the various brass tons colors in mutes. Other numbers will include "Apple Valley," an overture by Oliva- doti; "E Pluribus Unum," a march by Jewell; "Tropico," A Latin American March by Cofield; "Psalm 18" Marcello, arranged by Whitney, a 16th century composition for band; and "Carnival for Trumpets," by Kinyon, a trumpet trio number, featuring Mike Maples, Janet Shay, ig Dale Eichar. hop right down to Daly's (ind charge your pretty new Easier clothes . . . Click-Change LIPSTICKS · CREAMY · LASTING · LUSTROUS Elizabeth Ardcn creates for you the most wonderful lipstick you've ever known.'10 of the world's most beautiful colors! Now in fast, casy-to-rcfill Click- Change Case. 1.75 Prkairlailat Buxfon's Drugs Hondorson Center Buxton's Drugs, Inc. Myrtletowne Shopping Center Free Delivery 4 Times Daily OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 8 P.M. tomorrow and Saturday! meet the Easter Bunny at both take up to 10 MONTHS meet the Easier Bunny in bunny-person\! At Daly's Eureka . . Friday afternoon and night and all day Saturday! At Daly's Crescent City . . Friday afternoon and all day Saturday! Free candy for all kiddies under 12 accompanied by an adult! $25 Wardrobe FREE at both Daly's! ITo boy and girl guessing nearest cor- irect number of eggs in Daly's big Eas- ,' / ter basket in 4th street window. Award ' on April 14th . . deposit guesses in 2nd' ;i , Floor Youth Center and Street Floor ''/ Boys' Shop. young easier paraders look their fashionable best in our CINDERELLA dresses Eureka and Crescent City Cute little LIVE Easter Bunnies . With every purchase of $1.00 or more *| .. kiddies under 12 have an opportunity : · * to select the "Lucky-color Egg." Live bunny free for picking right 'color-ofy * the-day." Daly's Youth Center, 2nd ft Floor and Boys Shop. Also Crescent ' City. exclusively at Daly's! your biggest show of girls' dresses for easterand long after! Just as bunnies and egg hunts mean Easter, a pretty new. Cinderella dress from Daly's means looking her very best to a fashion conscious little girl . . as well as to her wash-conscious mother! These are the dresses famed for styling and quality in fresh new fabrics that require so little care . . wear so long! Perky two-tone piques and Dacron polyester 'n col- tons with little boleros . . bows and (lowers galore ·^ . . spring applique and embroidery . . yards of lace. A Spring-lively colors, si-es 3-6x, 7-H and chubbies! sizes 3 to 6x TM 4 sizes 7 to 14 and chubbies to 11 fashion glamour caster bags 1.25 .. 2.98 Just like mommy's! Shiny palcnls and leather- look plastics in pink, blue, green and orange. Chain handles, hide-away handles. Flower trims, pearlized, laminated finishes, long barrel styels! whiie gloves for easier smooth | ·") !J nylon.' JL*ta?t9 Wonderful washable nylon in two types , . stretch Hat knits ond one- size stretch . . pretty (lower, peurl- likc, bow and button trims. Hand stitched. All while, sees ."! lo 1.1 HER MAJESTY ruffled and lacy with COMFORTIZED nylon tricot top! 3.00 Bouffant and pretty! Perfect underpinning for all her iovliest fashions. Ribbon banded, lace edge marquisette ruffles on polished cotton tiered underskirt. Elasticized side waist and under- orms. The slips designed to look new c i f t e r repealed washings, While, all s i z e s - I to I-I. O.W. EUREKH . . Yeuin CMtir Ut Floor D.l('l CRESCENT CI1Y . . Slrcel Floor

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