Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 9, 1962 · Page 9
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 9

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SEAMS TO ME By Patricia Si eam line, a detailed seam such as a slot seam, br trim, The fgurth box is the easiest o work out--just one line running across the body. An example would be a loose fitting overtop The hat ends at the wide part of the lipllne. This line can be empha- :ized even more, by trimming the lottom of the overtop with braid, ringe, lace, etc., depending on the occasion for which it is intended. The last box that looks like an qi arrow can be used in a slim It's wondefful to be taU and slim, but if you have that long- drink-of-water look, you should try some little tricks to give you a more rounded and softer appearance. The idea is to use lines that move them from side to side, instead of straight up and down. The dress illustrated shows how the diagonal line in the top box can be used. This dress has a surplus bodice. It overlaps on the bodice only, starting at the shoulder from a wide neckline, and then runs diagonally across the bodice to the side seam just under the bust line. It's generally used with a full gathered skirt. The combination ,of the diagonal bodice line and the gathered skirt will give you the softer look you want, The four boxes in the sketch i».ustrate other lines flattering to tall slims. The second in the form of a "T" can be carried out in a coat or jacket that buttons up the front and has a wide oversized collar. The third box, with the two vertical lines, is very good if executed properly. The two lines must be far apart to give the effect you want. If placd too close together, they will make you look even taller and slimmer. The lines should start from shoulder dart and continue down over the bust and to the hem. This can be done on either a one piece or a two piece dress, using a plain Dede Boemker Girls' Stater From Arcata ARCATA -- Dedi Boemker, a junior at Arcata High School, has been selected to represent the school at the nineteenth annual Girls' State.convention to be held at the University of California campus at Davis in June. There she wiU participate with over 500 other top students from other state high schools in activities that will prepare her to become a better leader. Dedi will be sponsored by the Arcata American Legion Auxiliary. She was chosen for the honor by a facuty committee on the basis of citizenship, scholarship, character, and participation in activities with the approval of Kenneth A. McDonell, principal. In addition the candidate must have the highest qualities of leadership and must have an interest in gov ernment. "Im" Wright NOTICE! OWNERS OF VIKING, ELNA, and NECCHI SEWING MACHINES are entitled to 10 FREE . SEWING LESSONS Regardless of when and wheto purchased. factory Trained Sewing Machine Repair SEWING CENTER OF EUREKA "Em" and Jim Wright SJJ F SI. Ewela | Phone HI 5-1594 sheath. This will cut the long line and severity of the silhouette. A center front scam or button front closing from hem to neckline will give you the base of the arrow, arrow head can be long tabs that slant down and towards the sides (like the arrow), or a large, droopy bow. Generally, you can wear extremes such as tight waists, very full skirts, two piece dresses, tunics, oyerskirts, peplums, three- [uarter length coast and extreme details. Two-tone color schemes are excllent with' the lighter or brighter color where you are most ilender, Dark shades emphasize thinness . . . bright hues, white, pastels give a fuller figure effect; Avoid short, tight sleeves,, designs with straight up and down lines AND skirts that are too short. Miss Scott is always glad to hear from her readers, and whenever possible will use their ques- ons in her column, but because! of the great volume of mail re-' t\ealm of l/l/o 'omen MARGARET DELANEY, EDITOR ·eived daily, she cannot answer ndividual letters. Patricia Scott has prepared a Booklet, HOW TO ALTER YOUR DRESS PATTERNS which glvi omplele instructions for altering o that finished garments will fit perfectly. For your copy of thii guide to correct fitting, write l Patricia Scott in care of this news paper, enclosing a long, self-ad 'es dressed, stamped envelope am 25c in coin to cover costs o printing and handling. New Officers For Blue Lake PTA Main business on (he agenda Artlu of the Blue Lake Parent-Teacher association was installation of officers and a discussion of unification, given by D. J. Dickenson, district s c h o o l superintendent, Trinidad schools. Mrs. Chet Ilullon, program chairman, introduced Mrs. Mai Jackson who installed the follow ing new officers: Mrs. Wayne McKinney, president; Mrs. Robert Dickerson, vice president; Mrs. Cecil Greene, secretary; Mrs. Evan:, treasurer; Mrs. Frank Dulri, auditor and Mrs. Harold Webster, historian. Mrs. Marshall Rousseau presided. The group voted to purchase dinner tickets for the annual 22m district dinner on April 12 for the incoming president, her husband two school representatives. Mrs. Rousseau announced that at students Alice Silva, Gene Hooven, Dan Dickorson and Richard Parker represented Blue Lake at the math tournament Saturday HUMBOLDTSTANDARD Monday, April 9, 1962, P. 9 'tin and Shower Fete--Miss Lesliy May Mathlni, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert (May) Malhjni, of Samoa, was honored at a sur- ;c shower hosted by friends .of her parents. Some 30 friends aiijj relatives gathered at the Malhini home for the fete. Humboldt State college. Mrs, Rousseau also thanked the PTA. ladies who assisted with the March clinic. Another clinic will be held in April. your ASTER is a fashion masterpiece at DALY'S Eureka and Crescent City depend on DALY'S More than 66 years of fashion know- how to bring you the newest of luxuriously soft and textured fabrics . . . the exciting '62 look . . . the cream of the current silhouettes and fashion colors . . . at prices you want to pay! beautiful curves all around: at Daly's town and country coats present and future perfect! liish new fabrics! deep textured wool pebbleweaves! hop- socking! pettipoint! rich silk'n wool boucle! waffle weaves! spring-fresh colors and sophisticated black! 1962's new shapes! newest wedding ring collars', bouffant sleeves', portrait collars and cardigan styles! little notched and club collars! % vented cuffs, bracelet length and tapered sleeves! semi-flare and straight lines! petite and regular sizes 6-20! Daly's EUREKA . . . Coals, Fashion Floor Daly's CRESCENT CITY . . Mciianlnt Bold breton brims shout like headlines.-;:' Gently curved brims reveal your brow.v? A story we tell in smooth or rough straVfV: with a whilrlwind of flowers. You'll love 7 our Easter-pretty collection! .'·; 8.99 to 19.99 Daly's EUREKA only . » Millinery* Fashion Floor DALY'S Eureka and Crescent City shoes /look so different this Spring! up to 10 months to pay when you charge your coat at both Daly's! Whirloway in Corelli Jet patent lip-nip prettied by peau de sole 'n petite heels! Or get into the blond whirl of Beige tones in calf or midway or stacked heels, patched or swashbuckled for contrast with sheath or low yoke throats and crescent or square Iocs! They're those so different Corellis for every occasion! As icen in Mademoiselle. 12" *° 14" Oaly'i EURBKA and CRESCENT CITY . . Shoe!, Sired Floor

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