Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 12, 1962 · Page 9
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- b u t d e c i d e d l y rtcarvcecr \ Most young conies take a long time deciding on their ArtcarverJ style. There are so many In choose from and we never rush anyone. But you'd be surprised how much most ring buyers know about Artcarved! They have seen so many beautiful ads-they know Artcarved Rings are beloved by brides for over 100 years. You, too, may be undecided about your ring style, but decidedly for Artcarved. SH Green Stamps A down payment ti suit Y ollr budget . the balance in weekl' or monthly payments 3rd E Streets Eureka HI 2-8137 "Easter Shoppers Are Stopping at LINCOLN'S" This year like the previous, people are finding the finest Easter ideas and gifts at Lincoln's. Be sure to come in and see the beautiful array of merchandise a w a i t i n g you. Easter Greeting Cards Again ihis year, Lincoln's, have a large selection of Easter greeting cards that will be "just right" for every nams on your list. Easter Ideas: Gift New Holt Howard Originals This new and unique ceramic tableware accessories is NEW to the Eureka area. You'll find the COQ ROUGE pattern fascinating; it includes: creamer and sugar, cookie jaf, coffee pot, soup bowls, etc. See these colorful pieces today. Margaret Smith's Tote Bags These colorful tote or carrying bags just arrived and are "just perfect" for that new spring outfit. In spring's newest colors, in solids and prints. Bone China Tea Cups Saucers Our new shipment of this fins imported Bone China has arrived. Be sure to come in early and choose your favorite styles and colors. l EASTER IDEAL BOOKS "America's Most B e a u t i f u l and Wholesome Publications.", Just » few titles available are: "Happy Easter Story Book", "We Say Our Prayers", "Easter Stories for Children." 1.50 FREE GIFT WRAPPING · Op.n 1 «m to 5:30 pm-Frid»y 9 im !« » P « Coutltoui, hdlpful «l«ip«opl« !» '»'» V«»- · BANKAMERICARD w«l(om» 6 1 5 - 5 t h St. Eureka HI 2-4751 A Viking ship will be t h e background f o r a n authentic Norwegian folk dance during t h e spring festival of the Loleta Elementary school. The festival, under t h e general chairmanship of M r s . Lenwood Olsen, is set for Friday evening at the Loleta Firemen's Hall. Helping to set up the scenery are ' R i c h a r d Nicholas, left, and Brad Bognuda. "Music of Many Peoples" is the theme for this year's annual spring festival presented by the students and faculty of the Loleta Music And Tour Highlight Tea Music by the Ilumboldl Cham her orchestra personnel and a tour of Hie newly decorated Eu reka Inn were two special features ot the lea givpn at the Inn last Sunday, a benefit for Hiclsp^ng flavors were arranged in Easter Seal society. [attractive centerpieces on the long The tea was given by the Innjserving table. lanagemcnt and the hostesses! Hours of the tea were from.2 and pourers were board members!to 4 p.m. Richard Nicholas admires the Dutch windmill constructed for the Dutch folk dance to be presented at the Loleta Ele- mentary school spring festival. This year's theme is "Music of Many Peoples." The perfect Easter remembrance is Pangburn's Ragtime Chocolates! They're the finest candy you can give . . . always appreciated . . . so delicious ... in gay Easter packages. When you give Pangburn's Milk and Honey Chocolates, you give enjoyment! See our large display. Button's Drugs Buxlon's Drugs, Inc. Henderson Center Myrtletowne Shopping Center Free Delivery 4 Times Daily OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 8 P.M. Mrs. Leslie Westfall, at the left, outgoing president of Eureka Travel club, and Mrs. James Sheridan, new president, confer with Dr. Arthur L. Bietz, psychologist and lecturer at the closing session of. the club for the 1961-62 season. Highway Triangle Will Be Cleaned By Garden Club The Triangle Garden club, Rio Dell, voted at a recent meeting begin plans for cleaning u| the highway triangle. Mrs. Lon an presided at the meeting icld in the Richard Benedict wme. David Dillon of Scolia was guest speaker. He showed slides of the coming World's Fair to begin in Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Merwin Wincmiller and Mrs. Benedict. Members attending were Mrs. Lyman, Mrs. Raymond \Vil- kins, Mrs. Anders Jones, Mrs. Leon Dokweiler, Mrs. Francis Brown, Mrs. Everett Anderson, Mrs. Gary Cook, Mrs. George Perkins, Mrs. Eugene Franklin, Mrs. 'P Roland Thompson, Mrs. Martin Casanova, Mrs. Raymond Peterson, Mrs. George Crocker, Mrs. Kenneth Stewart. Mrs. Cecil Lewis, Mrs. Robert J. Thomas. The April meeting will be held it the Lyman home April 23. A parade of Easter hats will be featured. KeaL omen MARGARET DEMNET, EDITOR Loleta School Sets Spring Festival Elementary .school. The event is scheduled for Friday evening at the Firemen's Hall in Loleta. Mrs. Lomvood Olsen is general chairman for the festival, assisted by Mrs. Tom Carlson, decorations, Mrs. Hazel Gliddcn, clean-up; Mrs. Illah Hobison, chairs, and Mrs. Fay McClelland and Mrs. Vclma Hutchinson, publicity. . . of the Easter Seal Society and Qf ^ ^.^ m( , mbc| . s HVMBOLDT STANDARD Thursday, April 12, 1962, P. 9 Membership Up In Credit Union Some C5 persons now have membership in the Klamalh Trinity Credit Union. The union is open to Community Health Association members, their husbands, wives and dependent children. Officers are for the board of directors, Mrs. Elsie Ricklefs. president; Swend Thomsen, vice- president; Donald Coan. treasurer: Lucille Bruce, secretary; Ernestine Moon. Credit committee members are Gerald Sandell, Ernest Marshall, Sr., and Ardith McConnell. Supervisory Committee, Mrs. Kathryn Jackson, Mrs. Ruth Osier and Dillon Longenbaugh. Wiener schnitzel is a name for a fancy veal cutlet. a little Revenescence goes a long way Revenescence does so much to keep your skin soft, supple fresh and young-looking all through the day -- every day. Dot on a small amount in the morning. Wear it all day! It soothes, smooths, and moisturizes the skin as it protects it against the passage ol time. Cream Revenes- cence, $3.50 to S45. Liquid Revenescence $6. to $17.50, plus tax. V OPEN FRIDAYS 12 NOON TO 9 P.M. the focus is on suits traditionally, its suits for Easter. But our new Easter suits outstrip tradition in fashion, fabric and color, Sizes 8 to 18 and from $15.95 illustrated is a 3 piece suit in pure silk... fashioned in a subdued overplaid 29.95 ... nothing backward about this forward looking silhouette! black patent -19.99 ;TH * i STREETS . , j mademoiselle the jusliioii j/ioe GREEN STAMrs · · BCA CREDn · ·

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