Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 20
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 20

Eureka, California
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Thursday, April 5, 1962
Page 20
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HVMBOLDT STAWD/lRDThiirsday, April 5, 1962. P. 20 MONTGOMERY WARD CORNER 4th F Street EUREKA, CALIFORNIA PHONE HI 3-3033 ALL FROSTLESS! Tru-Cold 12.9 cu. ft. combination 2-DR. REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER IT'S FROST-FREE THROUGHOUT- NO MORE MESSY DEFROSTING! NO MONEY DOWN JUST 13.50 A MONTH · 112-pound FROSTLESS freezer · Full-width % bushel crisper · Full door storage throughout It's actually two big appliances in one! The 112-lb. freezer has a storage door for packages, juice and soup cans. The refrigerator also has its own full storage door with shelves for bottles and Vz-gallon milk cartons, plus handy dairy bar and egg racks. Beautifully designed and built to fit right in with any kitchen decor. compact freezer 9.4 CU. FT. OF ZERO 0 STORAGE 15988 NO MONEY DOWN Just 8.50 a month "Roastcmd" included including parft and labor NO CHARGE 30-IN. ELECTRIC RANGE WITH AUTOMATIC OVEN 177 1 B gj Jf No money down Just 8.50 a month · Clock-controlled oven · Infinite heat settings · Handy appliance outlet Put supper in the 23" oven, let the clock "watch" while you're out. Oven door, bake, broil, and surface elements remove for cleaning. "Roastand" holds meat upright better cooking. Ideal for apartments or wherever space is limited. Compact styling lets it fit neatly under wall cabinets and-in tight corners. Big 329-lb. capacity, fast-freeze section, 4-refrigerated shelves. Full door storage with room for 40 extra food packages. one price! TOP OR FRONT-LOADIHG AUTOMATIC WASHER $ MODELS r"22, -6532 NO MONEY DOWN · Built-in filters · Family size loads Both 2-speed top-loader and 12-lb. capacity front-loader give custom care for all washable fabrics! 5 water temperatures, 3 wash, 2 rinse. ELECTRIC DRYER $139.88 GAS DRYER $179.88 Airline portable TV , canister cleaner free 7-day home trial MJITU HANDSOME ROLLAWAY STAND · "K *·*·""*·*" v i w w i w i g WITH HANDSOME ROUAWAY STAND Roll or carry this lightweight "°TM fo » big-screen 19"* portable to any room. A perfect second TV. Automatic gain control for steady picture. Built-in antenna. NO MONEY DOWN *Mcoiurcd diagonally BOTH FOR 0, 144 WITH 7 EASY-TO-USE ATTACHMENTS Deep suction action for fast, thorough cleaning. Rolls easily on dolly. Sanitized disposable paper dust bags. ,,,, HO||iY DOWM STRAIGHT-STITCH SEWING MACHINE Mends, darns, sews over pins fl! and seams with ease. Pushbut- «r ton drop feed. Built-in sewing light, carrying case. No MO NIY DOWN NO MONEY DOWN WHEN YOU CHARGE IT AT MONTGOMERY WARD'S SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACK 10% OFF ON ALL SEWING MACHINES DURING THIS SALE EXCEPT SALE PRICED ITEMS Belter Times Ahead For Senators, Says Vernon ORLANDO, F!a. (UPl^-Mana- ger Mickey Vernon believes his Washington Senators will start moving up in the American League this year because of a couple of kids and Jimmy Pier- sail. The kids are shortstop Bob Johnson and pitcher Jim Hannan. The Senators obtained the temperamental Piersall in a big off- sep°c.i deal with the Cleveland Indians. "Vje'U win more games this year than last with those three t help us out," vows Vernon. "And with Piersall's bat we aren't going to lose 38 games by one run like we did last season." Vernon was disappointed in the club's showing last season when it won 61 games and lost 100, winding up in a tie with the Athletics for ninth and tenth places. He thought he had a shot at sixth place. "I'm not predicting where we will finish this year," says Vernon, "but I'm convinced better times are ahead." That may be, but it is doubtful so far as 1962 is concerned. To back up the two kids and Piersall, Vernon has such veterans as Dale Long, Gene Woodling, Willie Tasby, Bob Schmidi an Danny O'Connell. Most of them, however, appear over the hill although Long has been hitting the ball at a better than a .400 clip in spring training exhibition games. Regular First Baseman At the moment, Long figures to be the regular first baseman although Bub Zipfel is out of the service. Zipfel hit .312 at Houston ast season before the Senators called him up. He hit only .200 during his term with the Sena- ors, but Vernon said he showed lim enough to convince him that lie would become the Senators irst baseman of the future. But so long as the 36-year-old Long, who hit .249 in 1961 with 17 home runs and 49 runs batted in, keeps lilting the ball he will stay on 'irst base. Chuck Cottier, who hit only .234 vill be at second with Johnson at short and the 33-year-old O'Connell at third. Vernon displays one of his rare smiles when he talks about Johnson. Johnson hit .295 with six HRs and 28 RBIs for the Senators in 61 games after they brought him up from Rochester. "He has a great chance of becoming one of the outstanding shortstops," insists Vernon, who 'eared he would lose Johnson to the armed forces. Johnson was due to be called up when the Defense Department decided to slow up the draft calls. O'Connell, whom the Senators ricked up for nothing last season, jatted .260. The infield reserves jrobably will be shortstop Ken Barnlin and Harry Bright, who also can catch. Piersall, who hit .322 with the Indians, will be in centerfield with the 39-year-old Woodling in right and either Chuck Hinton or Tasby in left. Woodling played in 110 games la-it year, batted .313 with 10 HRs and RBIs, and figures he's good for at least 100 games tills season. Vernon looks for Hinton, who hit only .260 for the Senators last season, to become a good hitter. Tasby batted .251. Outfield reserves will be holdover Jim King (.270) and Joe Hicks, who hil .278 at Indianapolis. Schmidt is the former Giant catcher whom Vernon feels will recover from his knee operation and take over as the team's No. 1 receiver. Schmidt hit only .132 in the little action he saw with the Giants and Reds in 1961. Back of Schmidt will be Ken Retzer, who hit .340 in 16 games with the Senators after they brought him up from San Diego, where he had batted .282, anc Bright. Starting Pitchers For starting pitchers Vernon has Joe McClain (8-18), Bennie Daniels (12-11), Pete Burnside (6-5), Hannan and either Claude Osteen, Dave Stenhouse or Ray Rippelmeyer. Hannan, a 22-year-old righl hander, won 17 games while losing seven at Olean last season, but Vernon thinks he can make the jump from class D to the majors like Roland Sheldon did last, year for the Yankees. Osteen, who started the season with the Reds and then went to Indianapolis where he won 15 and lost II, was 1-1 with the Senators late in the season. Stenhouse won 14 at Jersey City, Rippelmeyer 13 at Indianapolis. Marty Kutyna (6-8) and Fred Green, the former Pirate who won seven at Columbus, will head the relief pitching corps. Other hurling possibilities include Ed Hobaugh (7-9) and Tom Cheney (1-3). Those two kids and Piersall better be good or that upward movement Vernon predicts may not materialize. Friday, April 6, 1962 Ross, Hammond, 20-30 and Caron Playgrounds open from 3:30 i.m. to 5:00 p.m. -- weather permitting. Arts and crafts program at Ross -- 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Roller Skating -- 7:00 p.m. to 0:30 p.m. -- Municipal Auditor- urn. Girls Basketball League -- 4:00 ,m. -- Municipal Auditorium -Titans vs. Valienles, · LEGITIMATE WORD "Dunk" is a legitimate word, t comes from the German 'tunken," meaning "to dip; to op bread in a liquid and eat it." Dunk is an Americanism, at first lialectal, but now in good favor. Recreation Highlights FREE BOOKLET "How to measure time with tape" ieJU| Stenorette'-TD Only $ 219L° trerucriomr . equipment Fully transistorized. FJick-of*- Uie-thumb microphone con- Irol lets you dictate, back-, spacc, review... and if you say it wrong, erase as you say it A G A I N right! Error- free dictation with a Sten- orctle makes it easy for secretaries to do everything right the first time! BEARD OFFICE EQUIPMENT 2I04 · 4th St. HI 3-6368 FIRE, FLOODS, AND YOU! Did you know that careless campers and smokers start dozens of floods every year? It's true! Forest fires are a major cause of soil erosion and floods. When fire burns off the ground cover that holds the rain and protects the soil, the first heavy rain will loosen the soil and carry it down, unchecked, to silt our reservoirs, flood our towns, and ~-=- pollute our streams. Clean water and fertile soil are the lifeblood of the land. Be careful. Don't let your fixe start a flood ! .-Only you can PREVENT FOREST FIRES I Published as a public service in cooperation with The Advertising Council and thft Newspaper Advertising Executives Association. built-in, do-it-yourself road-straightener ...that's Wide-Track! (and you know who has Wide-Track!) SEE YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER FOR A WIDE CHOICE OF WIDE-TRACKS AND GOOD USED CARS, TOO Bernie Anderson Pontiac - Buick 4th and D Slreoli t Eureka

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