Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 6, 1962 · Page 9
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Why Grow Old? By Josephine Lowman Mrs. Dillon Mrs. union //? /) /) f\ i i Honored On\IKealm of We, 92nd Year ' ' Do we worry? The answer is, yes, everyone has some worries--but don't get caught in the trap of fashion; you've likely to be relaxed throughout the fashionjyou're likely to be relaxed throughout the rest of the day. No one is free from worry indefinitely. Most people have their problems. These may be financial, or they may be due to illness in the family or to trouble with human relationships or a career. However, many folks are harassed by tension even during the happy, lucky periods in their lives. In his helpful book, "Live Longer and Enjoy It," (Prentice-Hall), Dr. Peter J. Steincrohn says, "You see, freedom from real trouble is no guarantee of freedom from tension. The wide difference between tension and relaxation is greatly out of proportion to the small amount of planning that makes the difference." Dr. Steincrohn feels that the mastery of time is essential to relaxation, that we should be boss of our hours and that fatigue anc Friends and relatives gathered at the" Freshwater home of Mrs. Annie Dillon March 22 to celebrate, her 92nd birthday. Mrs. Dillon was born in Bavaria, Germany, March 22,1870, and came to this area with her parents, at the age of six. She at;ended schools in Arcata, then mown as the White City, Dows Prairie and Samoa. After finish- ng her education, she was em-, Joyed as a cook in the nearby ogging camps. On June 4, 1890, she marriet Davis L. Dillon, and the couple moved to Freshwater, lo the home she now occupies. The couple ha( six children, three of whom are still living; Mrs. Charles Pezzoli, Mrs. Agatha Leventon and George Dillon. In addition she has eight grandchildren and eight great- grandchildren. omen MAHGARET DELANEY, EDITOR As a life resident of Humboldl County, she has seen many changes. The growth of the area, the advent of roads, and the diversification of industry are significant in her memory. Many well-wishers attended the open house in her honor. Kainbow Girls -- Humboldt Assembly No. 216, Order of Hain- bow For Girls will meet on Monday, April 9, at 7:30 p.m. in the Masonic temple. The mother advisor, Mrs. William Tomberlin, asks that all girls wear formals. Printed Pattern .B/'palrrcia Scott^ If you're a short junior (a little oo round for your height) or a short full half-size, I imagine your joal is to look taller and slimmer. With the help of optical illusion, you can get some flattering ef- ects. This can be done by wear- ng special lines that will give you he appearance of being taller and slimmer though you haven' jrown an inch or -lost a pound. Learn these tricks and use them at all times. The most important tiling is to teep the eye of the beholder gong up and down. . .never across. Let's look at the boxes in the il- The one on the top This will be the last meeting be- right, forming a "Y," is a good [ore the group leaves for Long Beach on April 13 to attend the Grand Assembly. Dresses for the Silk or nylon chiffon step ahe for that dainties! of feminini touch for Spring and Helen's pure silk prints add a splash of gay color to fhe season that's meant to be gay. Full size ranges for miss or matron . . . and new Spring accessories are arriving, too. Beta Sigma Phi FASHION SHOW Wed., April 11, 8 P.M., Velenru Memorial Bldg., Forfuni HELENS DRESS SHOP 913 Main St. Fortuna RA 5-2912 USE YOUR BANKAMERICARD :ension often are due to living at too fast a pace, to trying to crowd more than we can easily accomplish into each day. Start Relaxed He suggests that one way to learn to live without tension is to start the day in a relaxed mood. It is true that most people feel hurried when they first awaken,] even before they get out of bed the pressure of the day is felt in tension. You cannot possibly begin your day in a relaxed mood unless you plan to give yourself enough time to dress leisurely and eat breakfast without hurry. If you have been cutting the time for these too thin, you may find that setting your clock for a half-hour or 45 minutes sooner will be well worth the loss of sleep. After all, you CAN go to sleep that much earlier. Rid of Tension If you begin your day in a leisurely fashion the mood of re laxation is likely to follow you through the day. Every effort should be made to rid yourself of tension since this is a robber Sew-easy -- whip up this cool, iretty dress in less than a day. designed lo flatter short, fuller igures--no alteration problems. Printed Pattern 9385: Half Sizes 14!4, 1614, ld',4, 20%, 2214, 24%. Size 16V4 requires 3% yards 39-inch fabric. j[ energy and leads to fatigue If your tension is chronic your 'atigue will be also. If you would like to have my eaflet, "Pep," send a stamped, self-addressed envelope with your request for leaflet No. 56 lo Josephine Lowman in care of th paper. Shake Hands with . . . PUBLIC Rally at the State Theater 4th G Streets, Eureka Friday April 6 * Doors Open at 7 P.M. * Entertainment at 8 P.M. * Mr. Nixon speaks at 9:15 P.M. ·A- NO RESERVED SEATS FIRST COME FIRST SERVED This message sponsored by The Nixon for Governor Committee and Democrats for Nixon line. Tlie dress illustrates a way of carrying out this line. The straight line at the center front can be a plain or a decorative seam, braid trim, button closing or decoration, etc., from hem to "V" neckline. The point is that the eye follows thi: straight, vertical line, giving you a longer look and cutting you in lalf straight up the center . . not across. The "V" neck can be wide, as shown, or a normal "V," as long as it comes to a point, bounded scooped necklines will immediately bring the eye across, giving you a broader look. The boxes at the bottom, illustrate three more lines you can use. The first, a straight from hem to neckline, is a wo derful line. It can be execute n a simple sheath with the cen- er front line running straight up ending in a collarless jewel neck ine. It can either button dow the front from neckline to waisl r all the way down. The secon hows two lines running down the ront of a coat or dress. Thes wo lines can be buttons, braid earn or stitching detail. The thirc joes from one shoulder across th ront bodice, down to the waist ine and then down to the lower p. For instance, visualize a two ece dress with a slim skirt am top that is a belted wrap. Be re not to confuse this with the rplus bodice that also has a milar diagonal line. The surplus ront gives a shorter, rounded ap- »earance, the opposite of that for lich you are striving. The sur- us starts at one shoulder from wide neckline . . . runs across le bodice, ending just below the bustline on the opposite side seam. The belted wrap jacket, starts at one shoulder from a natural shoulder seam (at the neckline) wraps or overlaps across the bodice down to the waistline and continues to the lower hip. This will give you the long line you wish. Your best necklines are "V," narrow square and collarless. Never wear designs with curves such as gathered skirts with petticoats or rounded hipline with detailing. Avoid wide belts and con- Tasting ones, Never use oversized details such as huge pock- els, smack in the front, or very full sleeves. Keep details small, and lines simple. Miss Scott is always glnd to licnr from her renders, mid whenever possible will use their questions in her column, hut because of Hie great volume of mail received daily, she cnnnol answer linllvlihinl Idlers, Send FIFTY CENTS (coins) for this pattern -- add 10 cents for each pattern lor first-class mailing. Send to Marian Martin, Humboldt Standard, Pattern Dept., 232 West IBIh St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Extral Extra! Extra! Big Spring- Summer Pattern Catalog -- over 106 styles for all sizes, occasions. Misses, Halt-Size, Women's Wardrobes. Send 35c! 1WMBOLDT STANDARDfr'idnf, April 6, 1962, Page 9 I .MJL ABOUT FOOD CUP I a/Tented Recipe Inelitgla CHUCK POT ROASTS Old-Favorite Pot Roast The old -familiar standby in pot roasts is mildly seasoned and served with vegetables. Cranberry Pot Roast For a fruity -tang, cook ·the meat with whole cranberry sauce and orange wedges. Add zip with a dash or two of cinnamon and cloves. Italian Style ·Sliced miehroornkolives and onions, with tomatoes _as the liquid, give an international touch to beef pot roast. Chinese Style Go oriental by cooking pot roast with soy sauce, green pepper 1 strips and ginger. Students Perform Folk Dancing At Parent Meeting Orick Parent-Teacher Assoda ion was entertained at a recenl meeting with a demonstration o! oik dances by students of fifth rade through eighth grades 3ruce McNeil, principal, Keitli Fraser, and Steven Gehre, teach- rs, directing. A choral reading was given h; like Flavin, Mike Smith, David Cook and John Norberry. The meeting was conducted by Mrs Glen Schirnian. with the flag sa ule led by Mrs. Floyd Wilson nd the group joined in singing God Bless America. New officers for the coming ear were installed by Mrs. Harry ilankcnship, a former Orick PTA irosident, and currently a lepcher it the Big Lagoon school. Installed nto office were: Mrs. Glen Schir man as president; Orin Frank, ice-president; Earl Turner; secretary, treasurer, Mrs Mrs, Everett Wagy, and historian, Mrs. loyd Wilson. Name tags in the shape of a hamock were used to correlate 'Hh the publicity notices sent he meeting, and used in respect o the wearing of the green on St. given by Mrs. Ves Kolshinski, on a Civil Defense leeting attended at the George . Jacobs, Jr. High school recent- Mrs. Koshinski attended the as a representative of Orick Volunteer Fireman'^ Manilla PTA Names New Officers ARCATA- The Manilla PTA lield its regular meeting recent!; in the new multi-purpose room o Jie school with Mrs. Ernest Cos grave presiding. The nominatin; chairman, Mrs. Herbert Berg strom, presented the names o candidates for office for the com ng year. Those elected were Mrs ?red Carlson, president; Leslie Chamberlain, first Mrs vic president; Mr. Paul Gierek, sec ond vice president; Mrs. Ear Branch, secretary; Mrs. J. VV Morgan, treasurer; Don Brasher auditor; Mrs. Ernest Cosgrave parliamentarian and Mrs. Dale Jones historian. The program was presented b the fifth grade class. The themi vas "Civil War Days" and the class did dances, sang songs and ;ave humorous skits complete vith colorful costumes. Melba 'homa, music instructor for the \rcala elementary school districi accompanied them. It was announced that a polio ome informing the parents of clinic will be held on April 10 at the school from 3-7 p.m. .uxillary, at the annual meeting f the Humboldt County.Womens Civil Defense Council. A recom- nendation was made that the Irick PTA choose a represonta- ive to be a member of the pro- osed Womens Civil Defense Coun- CUIDANCE TESTS ARCATA -- Parents interested in the testing and guidance program within the Arcata Union High School District are invited to meet with Dr. Lawrence Stewart, guidance consultant from U; University of California, at o'clock tonight (Friday) in the Arcata High School library. Dr. Stewart is studying guidance and testing practices in grades 7-12 of all schools in the AUHSD and is most anxious to hear parent comments and suggestions on the j present program and to discuss the program with them. now on exhibit oil paintings by JOHN LOBUONO consult Mr. LoBuono on ART MATERIALS this Saturday 2 to 5 pm at 615 FIFTH ST. ^v TINY TIM SAYS, "My Boss Has Gone Way Out This Time' GIFTS FOR YOU any rose, a camellia or many ofl NEVER BEFORE BARGAINS LIKE THESE! With each purchase of 3.95 or more you may select a gift. You may .be the lucky one to receive a free $10 Rhododendron, the choice of any rose, a camellia or many others. One gift to a person, please. FRUIT TREES APPLE, PLUM, PEACH CHERRY, PEAR, APRICOT All Quaintance Qualify Trees from our regular stock. Reg. 3.95 ^ 95 SALE ONLY. 1 DWARF FRUIT of all Reg. 3.95 SALE ONLY COMBINATION APPLES 4 on a tree. Blooming; you might get a sample of fruit this year. Reg. 6.95 iALE ONLY FRANOUET WALNUT Grafted eg. 5.50 ALE ONLY kinds 295 519 BERRIES Our entire sfoclt, Strawberry, Raspberry, Boyien, Young, Nectar, Blueberry, Gooseberry, Currant, Asparagus, Rhubarb. ALL 20% OFF FLOWERING TREES "Quainiartee Quality" Flowering ALL Plum, Paath, Chorry, Crib, Hawthorne, Mt. Aih, Birch, Golden Chain, Lombardy Poplar and olh- eri.. Many blooming now. Seven feet tall. OFF WARDS RUBY AZALEAS Hardy, dark red and in full bloom now. Nice plants. Reg. 1.50 SALE ONLY 98= GLADIOLUS Our famous "Quaintance Quality" Glads. 20 colon that win blue ribbons. Giant bulbs, giant flowers. Reg. 1.50 Doi. SALE ONLY doz. BUTTERFLY GLADS, the new gems. 10 brand new colors Reg. 2.19 Doz. SALE ONLY doz. MORE BARGAINS BLOOMING PANSY BASKETS 1 1Q Reg. 1.50 I . I 7 ,,-. GIANT HYBRID PHI MR OS E In bloom Rog. 65c 01. * A _ M Qr ONIY * f / W .,. *t*7J dot. TORCH HUES- The old fashioner! rod hot pokor. Now larger and 1 OC dr«md in ntw colon · ·*· J ft *. PERENNIAL PHLOX PHckagt of 2 98c The Greatest Array of RHODODENDRONS We have ever had and all at TREMENDOUS SAVINGS Grafted, all the bast r "Qgarntance Quality" for flowers this year. A few varieties never ; A 7.50 value. large bushy all colors. plants. Budd jtiful Quality", large bushy will bloom n planls, txt year. i high "Qui west price t ONLY E 398 3t ea. 3 for 9.98 ONLY 495 ONLY 319 4 fo 1.95 giant flowered, frigranl pink ONLY ]19 A "Quaintanca Qual : Jrit year in this area ilant. Should bloom next spring. Amaiing, n · ea. Himalaya Fragrant Rhododendron. Seenli the enlire ONLY garden, targe white flowers. Large budded plants almost C O "5 eady to flower. a $7.50 valui. 3 ONLY Small plant*, some with bud). A $3 value. 1Q5 ROSE BUSHES Quaintance Quality Roses can't be beat. All standard and climbing varieties. Reg. 1.49. SALE ONLY Patented va including the 1962 All Americal · · ed - All the best varieties MARGURITES A Real 'Q ua intance Quality' bargain. New double pink, yellow and white. A new one for you. ff^ f^ ONLY ea. O"C New crested white **J f^ or pink ea. V JF C Regular pink. yellow and white .... ea. EXTRA SPECIAL WHILE THEY LAST Giant Double Ruffled Petunias, mixed colors. Reg. 1.35 doz. Limit 2 doz do 87c Quaintance Quality Lawn Grass Seed for this climate. O C -- P er Full printed instructions, Free Roller O3C Ib. GERANIUMS Selected prime named varieties fr a noted grower. A true "Quaintance Quality" bargain. Large Blooming Plants ea. Smaller Plants wiih buds ea. Two type* . . the pelargonium mnal ard torn* outiUnding flowering. Hirdy Ivory Geraniums. MORE BARGAINS Peony, all colors 98c ea. Tuberouj Begonias. A s p e c i a l "Quoin'tinco QualHy" strain. 10 colors, upright and hanging. Reg. $5.00 value 2.39 doz. Giant clumps Delphinium. All colors, bargain 49c ea. COMPLETE SELECTION OF BEDDING PLANTS QUAINTANCE NURSERY 2355 MYRTLE AVE. (AT GLENWOOD) OPEN SUNDAY 10-5 PHONE HI 2-9480

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