Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 15
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 15

Eureka, California
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Thursday, April 5, 1962
Page 15
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Memorial Gift Presented By Star Group A memorial contribution, tit the presented with a friendship cup meeting Mrs. Floyd Tatmai American Cancer Association in and cancer. Mrs. Woodcock read an arlid honor of Mrs...Ellen Estes, of Crescent City, was made by mem- entitled "The Art of Giving", bers of Northern Stars at a recent meet at the home of Mrs. Charles D. Johnson, 2412 B St. Mrs. Estes was a charter membei of the 'organization. The dessert luncheon preceded the business session and tables were decorated with spring floral arrangements. Reports were given by Mrs. Floyd Tatman on the progress of work in cancer dressings and new eyes-for the needy and dressings and old eyeglasses were donated by the members. Donations ol old eye glasses and old sheets and pillow cases will be gratefully received for these projects. Mrs. Floyd Tatman is chairman of these projects and can be contacted at her home in Areata. Mrs. Joseph N. Hindley was installed as vice-president. Mrs. Daily, outgoing president, was REMOVES _ id STAINS^ 5^ from BATHTUBS · SINKS ^. ^- bottoms of COPPER POTS -= =i. THE flOORS -METALS ~= AUTOBUMPERi ~ ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS DSTHN PRODUCTS K «UWN,KWJBBt showed slides of a trip to Alaski taken last year by the Lelghtoi Woodcock and the Floyd Tatman At (he close of the business which took them to Barrow, Kol zebue, Nome, Anchorage, Fair banks and down the Alaskan High way to Sfcagway where they boarc ed (he 5.S. Yukon Star to com Bride-Elect Shower Honoree ARCATA--Miss Jacqueline Ric ci, bride elect of Robert Gillespi was guest.of honor at a kitche and miscellaneous shower at th Hospitality House in Eureka o April 1. Hostesses for the affai were Mrs. Charles Everson of Eu reka and her daughter, Sharo Conner. Refreshments were served from a table centered with a beautifi cake inscribed "Bob and Jackie, a doll dressed in an exact replic of the honoree's bridal gown an two hearts of paper pink carna tions. The decorations were mad by Mmcs. Charles Emerson, Dun can Gillespie, Sharon Conner an Frank Hicci. Games were played and the guest of honor opened many gifts Miss Ricci will be married April 28 at St. Mary's church in Areata. Those attending were Mrs. Dun can Gillespie, Misses Jacquelin and Bonnie Gillespie, Sharo Coates, Mmes. Frank Ricci, Gor don Morris, George Hale, Geral Hale, Herbert H u n t , Georg Schrieber, Lawrence Engliss, Ja Rimbey, Earl Matthias, Mari Costa, Signe Porter, Robert Dai enport, Marie Fruga and Ros Costa. Gifts were also receivei from others not present. EXTRA SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY A Spring Delight GOOSEBERRY PIE AND DATE NUT BREAD and twelve other varieties of deliciously baked fresh bread. Order Your Special Easter Bakery needs now. MODERN CARE SHOP - IN MYRTLETOWNE 1666 Myrtle Avenue Eureka HI 2-6051 down the Inner Passage to Van couver, B.C. Those attending were: Miss Ada Damon, Mrs. Kate Haywood, Mrs Joseph Hindley, Mrs. Everett Hut Mrs. James Roberts of Fsrndale Mrs. Charles Johnson, Mrs. L. L Wilcox, Mrs. Newton Lawrence Mrs. Victor Dudek, Mrs. Aaro Smith, Mrs. Roy McGhauey, o Eureka; Mrs. Floyd Tatman, Mrs Sidney Webster, Mrs. John Daily Mrs. McDougal Armstrong, Mrs Byard Chamberlain, Mrs. Leigh ton Woodcock of Areata. The next meeting will be hell April 27 at the home of Mrs Everett Hull of Ferndale. Smocked pillows -- newest decorating rage! Of velvet, corduroy, leavy cotton, silk. New smocked pillows -- easy to do. Smock on reverse side -rich effect! Pattern 856: transfer; directions; 11 round; 12 square; 14 inch bolster. Thirty-five cenU (coins) for Ihls pattern--add 10 cenls for each pattern for 1 it-class mail. Send to taura Wheeler, care of Humboldl Standard, Needlecraft Dept., P. 0. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New Ygrk, 11, N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. THE FIRST TIME! 200 designs In our 196! Needlecraft Catalog -biggest everi Pages, pages, pages -fashions, accessories ID knit, crochet, sew, v/eave, embroider, quilt. See [umbo-knlts, cloths, spreads, toys, linens, afgnans; free patterns. Only 25 cents. A New Service at ... Drive-In Cleaners NOW YOU CAN AUTOMATICALLY DRY CLEAN FOR · Takes only 40 minutes · Sam 75% on denning · ftolossionol results · llltle pressing nerded Let a professional cleaner take care of all your cleaning needs. Free pickup Delivery on regular dry cleaning. TELEPHONE HI 3-5406 DRIVE-IN CLEANERS 1125 Summer Street (across from Safeway's Broadway Store) Humane Society In Process Of Organization ARCATA -- A Rroup of animal overs met one recent Friday at Redwood Park in Areata to discuss the possibilities of a local Humane Society. "We shall be he voice of. the voiceless. Through us, the dumb shall speak," Mrs. Killingbeck quoted om a poem by Mrs. Wilcox, in explaining tlie objectives of Ihe society. Mrs. Killingbeck led the discussion. Many helpful sugges '.ions followed with as many voiced coffee and snacks, untcers to serve. A planning committee will "Wo will work with all animals nieet on Friday, April G in Eu- from mice to elephants," Mrs. Killingbeck said. It was decided that the old Humboldt Cou:ify Humane Society will not be revived. The new organization wil apply for a charier under a new County will be included. A pleasant social hour followed the business discussions. Mr«. Killingbeck and Mrs. Amen serv- reka at the Russell Dcmpsy home, 2726 Harrison Ave., with Dempsy, acting as chairman. Eureka, McKinleyville and Fortuna were represented in the group. Others from Willow Creek, name. However, all Humboldt Garberville and Trinidad were invited but could not attend. The next meeting will be Fri day, April 27 at 8 p. m. at the Areata Redwood Park. Written Fun N I (· li I Si'l -- Baysidc Grange will sponsor a fun night April (i (Friday) at the Grange hall. Those attending should be attired in old fashioned dress to keep up the spirit of the event which will feature dancing and games. Polluck refreshments wil be served. Grange members am friends are welcome. invitations will be sent out. Foi information on may call Mrs Killingbeck ul VA 2-1439. CENTER YOU SAVE MORE because you serve yourself! it's fun . . it's fast with our check-out service! loiv, low discount prettiest.. smartest EASTER on-the-go! newest -for-spring! new styles! radiant new colors! new fabrics!! · Bateau-neck slim sheoths with tie belts! Prints with Chanel jackets! Shirtwaists! · Bow - trimmed dinner dresses! Ruffled sissies! Costume dresses with matching coats! 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