Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 9, 1962 · Page 11
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I ALL ABOUT FOOD CUP I Fj/Tested Recipe Institute ·" "^ SENSATIONAL SAiADS Combine sliced cantalope with sliced avocado; serve on greens with French dressing. "I r- Add-fresh, raw,-thinly sliced mushrooms to a green salad/serve with oil and vinegar, Combine raw cauliflower ·f lowerettes, and wedges of tomato and avocado. Serve with French or Thousand Island dressing. Marinate cooked asparagus spears and cooked carrot sticks in Italian-style dressing. Serve chilled on lettuce with mayonnaise. MATH POPULAR STANFORD, Calif. (UPI) The number of undergraduate students majoring in mathematics at Stanford University inercased by 03 per cent in the three years ]958 to 3961, the university reported. Graduate math students increased by 67 per cent in the same period. Group Meets In Carlotta WINDOW SHADES STANDARD 36" SIZE Priced From . 2 60 HAMMOND BARNUM W9 E St. Eurttl HI 2 - 1 1 1 0 Mrs. William Kramer hosted the, members of Furne Rich Mission- 1 ary Circle of Campion Heights Baptist church, at the March meeting. Mrs. Catherine Happ presented the opening ceremonies, assisted by Mrs. George Savage. A secrelrial and financial report was given by Mrs. Stanley Church. The president, Mrs. Kramer, introduced a discussion on the progressive dinner which has been postponed and the new date set for April 6. Mrs. Gerald Abrahamson was named to be in charge of the calling program and home calls will be made by church members inviting friends and newcomers in the community to attend church. A committee was also appointed by the president to furnish re- for Mrs. Robert Seamon, wife of the pastor, to attend the pastors' wives retreat to be held May 1, 2, 3 at the Meteor Ranch in Upper Lake. Mrs. Seamon gave a report on the missionary of the month, C. A. Nickell, of Brazil. Decorating Hints Offered In Home Furnishing Class "Plan Your Home for Living' will be the theme for the home Furnishing course to be held at the The remainder of the meeting Agricultural Center at Spruce ,as spent in making quilt blocks Th M and to be sent to the Dominican Ke- public Mission where Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Jessup are serving as mis- ionaries. Following prayer time and adjournment of the meeting refreshments were serve by Mrs. Kramer and the co-hostess, Mrs. Abraham- ton. Present were Mrs. Clarence Shelling, Mrs. Roy Womack, Mrs. freshments to the men of the mother-in-law, who was a guest, church who are giving volunteer labor in the construction of the church on East College Avenue, near Cecil Avenue. Construction on the church is expected to be completed next fall. Arrangements are being made lism. Gaboriault, Mrs. James Martin, Mrs. George Savage, Mrs. Stanley Church, Mrs. Robert Seamon, Mrs. Darrell Branson, and her NEW YORK-- The Methodist Campion Heights Baptist Board of Missions is seeking 105 young men and women who wil! give the next two or three years to mission work, combining humanitarian service with evange- May 3, 10, and 17. It is open to interested men and women. The morning course will begii at 10:30 and close at 12:30. Those attending may bring a sack lunch if they wish and coffee will be available. The evening course wil! begin at 7:30 and close at 9:30. Four presentations will include McKinleyville Girl Chosen For Girls' State ARCATA -- The faculty and rincipal of McKinleyville High chool have chosen Darlene Blue, iinior, to attend Girls State from une 18 to 26 at the University f California at Davis. Girls' State can be described PS 'Democracy in action." "It helps how the girls that our government is a good government", 'red Milette head counselor at HIS, said. Darlene was chosen on scholar- hip, citizenship and leadership. She had made the honor roll and lonorable mention every quarter iince entering high school, has ierved as a student council representative, homeroom officer, md is presently editor of the tlcKinleyville section of the Pep- Derbox, the school paper. When asked what the girl will Jain when she attends Girls' State. Milette said, "She will get an opportunity to see how a government works', she will come n contact with other girls, broaden her outlook of life, and will ie able to share her ideas and knowledge with her school." George Gaboriault, Mrs. Richard the use of design, use of pattern, Easter Loveliness . . . at a wonderful savings Call Joyce Hanson today for your appointment with pre-Easter glamour. Choose one of her expert stylings to whisk you thru a "prettier-thon-ever" Easter season. Reg, $35 PERMANENT TINTING color, and the application of color Lo achieve unity and harmony in the home. Other information will include how to express personal ideas in furnishings to obtain a harmonious effect, how to obtain harmony in line, pattern and color and how to coordinate new purchases wit! present furnishings. Demonstra tion materials will be used ti illustrate structure, fabric tex tures, accessories, color harmo nies in room backgrounds, turn ishings, and draperies. This course is being given b; Ruth E. Crawford, home advisor It is necessary to register soon a a limited number can be accom modated. To register send a car to "Home Advisor, P. 0. Box 1009 Eureka" or phone Hillside 3-0896 Further information will be mai ed. Cards should indicate whethe morning or evening session is pre ferred. / · A l l 141 O 7ORA for y °" r 'PP 0 '"' 1 TM" 1 I ALL HI Z-/UOO offer .nd, April 19. MERLE NORMAN BEAUTY SALON 924 E STREET EUREKA : Lots of Free, Easy Parking A New Service at ... Drive-In Cleaners CLEANING Mrs. Mason Is Appointed Head Of Cancer Drive Mrs. Jack Mason was appointe chairman of the Fieldbrook FT7 cancer drive at a recent meetin of the group. Election of officer was also on the agenda. The new officers are: Mrs William Hiscox, president; Mrs Jack Mason, vice-president; Mr: Marlyn Taylor, second vice-pres ident, Mrs. Glenn Easter, sec rotary; Mrs. Ralph Lambeth treasurer; Mrs. Antone Bobillol historian; George Turner, aud tor, and Mrs. Phillip Sargenl parliamentarian. Mrs. George Burg, Fieldbroo music instructor, directed a mu sical program featuring presenta tions by the different classes Those participating were: Toi Reed, Gail Johnson, Bonnie Mo sier, Kathy Lambeth, Luddi Vance, Wendy Carrigan, Cath S a r g e n t , Irene Dusich an Elaine Briggs. Refreshments were served b the Mmes. George Luster, An tone Bobillot, David Heldt, Wi liam Hiscox, Ralph Lambeth Phillip Sargent, William Weber nd Leroy Anker. NOW YOU CAM AUTOMATICALLY BUY CLEAN Is. fOR $ · Takes only 40 minutes · $a/es 75% on cleaning · Professional mulls · Little pressing needed Let a professional cleaner take care of all your cleaning needs. Free pickup Delivery on regular dry cleaning. TELEPHONE HI 3-5-106 DRIVE- 1125 Summer Street (across from Safeway's Broadway Store) In 1960 there were five citie and 16 other metropolitan area n the U. S. with a population ei ceeding one million persons. Ions Completed For Next Cancer Drive In Fortune Committee members for the Fortuna area 1962 cancer drive met recently at the Arthur Brown icme to complete plans for the drive which begins April 9. Crusade plans were outlined b; Herman Bistrin, 19C2 county cru sade chairman, and Mrs. Loui; DeRoos, executive director, t film, "Bus Ride", was then showi explaining where the cancer fund are used and told how three ou of'six cancer cases are curable 3 T h o s e attending were Mr Louise Payne, Mrs. Gwen Sha fer, Mrs. Gordon Pendleton, Mrs Ted Mazwell, Mrs. Earl .Eas Mrs. Faye Phelps, Mrs. M. P Dillon, Mrs. Robert Chaffee, Mrs Harvey Baird, Mrs. Neil Smith Mrs. Audrey Haygood, Carlotta Mrs. Georgia Wood, Hydesville. Mrs. Brown, secretary of th Fortuna Chamber of Commerce will be working with John Gro mala, handling the Fortuna bus ness collections, while she handle the outlying districts of Campto Heights and Rohnerville. Mrs. C Haenny is chairman of the For tuna residential collections. Student Court Appointments Are Announced ARCATA -- Appointments fo the first Student Court of McKin leyville high school have bee made. Robert Farleigh, sluden body president, is judge; Ale Brizard, prosecuting attorney Darlene Blue, defense attorney Bob Corson, head bailiff; Frances Kiesling, court recorder Student government appoint ments are as follows: Sherrie Tay lor, treasurer; Janice Mulehay secretary; Pat Lewis and Carolyi Whipple, rally chairmen; Elain Lonkey, assembly chairman; Don na Sorenson and Sandra Schueler public relations chairmen; Charle Smith, traffic safety; Susan John son, bulletin board; Sue Baker head yell leader and Elaine Ham mon, head song queen. The Kalmuks plan to build a temple and an old people's horn on a farm near Medford Lakes Girls . . . treat yourself to this Pre-Easter Special · snap curl Reg. 7.50 :oo 5 Just brush, no special c a r e needed. Vivacious . . . flirtatious curls billowing with fresh beauty. ALL WORK SUPERVISED Fredrick Charles BEAUTY COLLEGE Open 9-5 Monday thru Saturday HI 3-2733 239 G St. EUREKA HUMBOLDT ST^ND/LRDMonday, April 9, 1962, P. M Button-tabbed contrast for neck- ne and cuffs--so fresh, flatter- ig in frosty white against checks r print. Choose cotton, rayon leer. Printed Pattern 9472: Half Sizes 2%. 14M-, 16%, 18Vi, 20V4, 2 ize 16% takes 3 3 A yards 35-inch; h. contrast. *-Vli^WWNfVV-lifWM^»^WWVW^^*WV Send FIFTY CENTS (coins) for this pattern -- add 10 cenls for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send lo Marian Martin, Humboldt Standard, Pattern DepU 232 Wesl iBth St., New York n, N. Y. Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Extra! Extra! Extra!. Big Spring- Summer Pattern Catalog -- over 106 styles for all sizes, occasions. Misses, Half-Size, Women's Wardrobes. Send 35cl at DALY'S a dry sensitive skin The sensitive skin needs tender treatment . . . gentle preparations lib these to coddle and cater to thin, delicate tissues. Feather Touch Cleanser to cleanse dirt away thoroughly, yet lightly. . . Liquid Revenescence to keep skin moist all day long . . . Velvet Texture Lotion, a liquid lubricant. Visit our trained consultant now for a personal beauty program planned just for you. Feather Touch Cleanser: $2.50, $4, $6.50 and $ 1 1 . . liquid Revenescence: $6, $10, $17.50 . . . Velvet Texture Lotion: $3 and $5. Revenescence Cream: $3.50 to $45. All prices plus tax. Daly's EUREKA only . . Cosmetics, Slreet Floor l tf»C now at both Daly's Eureka and Crescent City oil and off so easily our ALL-NEW Imagine! An all-new longer legged Playtex Panty Girdle with the added cose and convenience of a zipper. Keeps you smooth, sleek and slim . . . and with the soft cloth lining you're assured rool comfort at all times. Whether you stand, stoop or sit, I he new Playtex Zipper Panty Girdle won't ride up because of seven-way stretch. Detachable garters, white only. All sizes from exlra small lo exlra large. pull-on pnnty girdle, white only, XS, S,/U,r,...lJ.95 in Duty's Eureka Notions, Street Floor. 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