Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 12, 1962 · Page 13
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 13

Eureka, California
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Thursday, April 12, 1962
Page 13
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HUMBOLDT STANDARD Thursday, April 12, 1962, P. 13 SEAMS T0~ ME By Patricia Scott Being aware of fashions and wanting to look chic can sometimes be one big nuisance. I mean, when it comes to the extras that aren't absolutely essential, but which you simply must have to satisfy your love of clothes. The problem is usually the budget. Of course, you can do with a couple of pairs of pants and three or four tops, but who wants to? The pants aren't too much of a difficulty, since two or three pairs can get you safely through each season, but you'll really need more tops. You'll need tops in different colors and in different fabrics. The easiest to make are the eased over-tops. But, please, if you're larger than a size 14, don't make it! This HSC Professor To Head Society Epsilon Pi chapter, Delia Kap pa Gamma, has named Mrs Kathryn Corbett president of the group. Mrs. Corbe(t is an asso ciate professor of sociology at Humboldt State college. Named to serve with Mrs. Cor belt for the coming year were first vice-president, Miss Gladys Shulsen, a teacher of English at Arcata Union High school treasurer, Miss Helen Crozier, re tired Fortuna mathematics teacher; Parliamentarian, Miss Rose Hagopian,_ Arcata Union High school teacher. In honor of Robert Frost's 88th birthday anniversary, the pro yam, "An Evening with Robert Frost," was presented by Miss Crozier and Miss Violet Shulsen. Miss Crozier reviewed the life of the poet and Miss Shulseh discussed his poetry.. To conclude the program, recordings of Frost's reading of his own poems were played. Members present were Mrs. W. B. McKittrick, Miss Evelyn Fielding, Miss Emilia Tschanj, Miss Lillian Hagopian, Miss Ruth Brown, Mrs. Henry Bender, Miss Hadys Shulsen, Miss Elva Quarn- leim, Mrs. Charles Schober, Miss Helen Crozier, Miss Violet Shulsen, Miss Jackson and a guest, Mrs. Margaret McClain. Hostesses were Miss Jackson, Mrs. Everett and Miss Lillian Hagopian. Lawyers' Wives Install Officers A luncheon and fashion show at ri i Y i L TIP i i i/ibiiiut OKLTciaiy, Avcivu ra* Eureka ITM last Wednesday pre- ,, f ^ ^ ceded the mstallata of new of- Bakers , , b] n ro " duce d the ficers for the Humboldt Lawyers' ,,:,,,... , ' ,,. , .awyers Wives. The new president, Mrs. Walton Gill, succeeds Mrs. Clayon Janssen, who .presided at the nstallation meeting. Serving with Mrs. Gill next 'ear are Mrs. Robert Dunaway, irst vice president; Mrs. Norman )issna, second vice president; drs. Walter Reese, secretary; Mrs. John Cook, treasurer. The gavel was transferred rom Mrs. Janssen to Mrs. Gill Methodist was called upon for the and corsages were presented to xth of them. Arrangements for he luncheon were made by Mrs. Marion Quinn and Mrs. Joseph McClaran. Fashions were furnished by the [J shop and the Eureka Inn Fash- little number does nothing to flatter the larger figure. The pattern illustrated can be used for sizes lea 1 8 through 14 (but not for a large t ol 14 on the brink of 16!) You can make it in any fabric you wish and trim it, as I have, hi ball fringe, or you can wear it with no trim at all. If you wish to make a matchmate set of pants and top, applique a design on the over-top, and repeat it on one leg ( ne of the pants. It gives a charming effect if the pants and top are be a solid color, and the applique is of printed calico. You'll Need: IVi yards fabric, 36 Inches wide; if trimmed, you'll of need 76 inches of ball fringe. I " suggest the type with the pompons spaced very close together, with all of them attached to a strip of tape. You'U find this in departments that sell notions for drap- qi cries and slipcovers. To Make; I--Following the pattern, cut two pieces, marking the 12-inch neckline opening by measuring 6 inches to either side of its center. 2--The slits at the bottom, are optional. However, mark them on the pieces until you decide whether or not you need them. The slits make it easier to get hi and out of the top, but if you're very lean, you may not need the extra room. 3--Make a narrow hem on the bottom edge. Then, leaving a 12- inch neck opening, stitch the shoulder seams together, starting with a S-inch seam at the sleeve edge and tapering to nothing at Die neck. Hem the sleeve edges and press. Seam the under arms, iving the 3-inch slits at the hot- im. Try on the top and pin a - inch dart horizontally across the neckline front. The length of the dart depends on your particular measurements. Now, you'll also know if you need the side slits. If you do not, stitch them closed; if you do need them, hem raw edges. Stitch the dart. 4--The strips of ball fringe can tacked on by hand, or stitched by machine. Just place the tape on the underside of the hem of the sleeves and the bottom hem the over-top, so that the fringe hangs out, and stitch. Miss Scott is always glad to hear from her readers, and whenever possible will use their juestions in her column, but because of the great volume of mail received daily, she cannot answer individual letters. Humboldters To Hold Reunion September 15 Reunion of many Humboldters and former Humboldters will take place September 15 at an all day picnic to be held at the Harvey M. Harper family home at Pigeon Point, it was announced today by Dr. Sidney P. Bartlett, who, with his wife, the former Ruth Winz- Icr. heads the committee in charge of the affair. Members of the old Winship School class of (June) 1917, the Eureka High School Class of June 1921 and the Eureka High School Class of December, 1920, are uniting in arranging for. this reunion which was planned as a result of the groat success of last year's picnic held in conjunction with the Winship - K H. S. three-day gathering. Dr. and Mrs. Bartlett will arrange for a meeting at an early date to name other members to their committee and to select a mailing address for registration. The committee will Include former Humboldlcrs now residing In other parts of the slate and in other states, Bnrllctt said. Fascinating crochet! Use one or alternate two for lovely effect shown. Alternate 2 different squares for elegant cloth, spread, scarf, mats. Pattern 648: charts; directions 10-inch string squares; 8 in No. 30. Thirty-live cents (coins) for this pattern--add 10 cents for each pal- tern for Isl-class mail. Send to Laura wheeler, care of Humboldt Standard, Neodlecraft Dtp!.. P. 0. Box U), Old Chelsea Station, New York, 11, N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. THE FIRST TIMEI !00 deslons In our mi Needlccrall Catalog -blows) evert Panes, panes, pages fashions, accessories to knit, crochet, sew, weave, embroider, quill. See lumbo-knlts, cloths, spread!, loyi, linens, Mghansi Irec palterns. Only JS cenlt. Local Methodist Group Hosts District Guild Mrs. Walton Gill w i l l take over the leadership of the Lawyers Wives for 1962-63, succeeding Mrs. Clayton Janssen. Installation was held at luncheon at Eureka Inn l a s t week. There are 50 species of birds if paradise. Members of the Methodis Church Wesleyan Service Guilt served as hostess Guild at Uii district meeting of the Redwooc Empire District Guilds, who sen representatives from Fail-field Vallejo, Mill Valley, Petaluma Novato and Scbaslopol. These ladies arrived at the Eu reka Inn by chartered bus Satur day afternoon, April 7, being wel corned by the members from the Eureka Guild. In the evening odor to the business meeting, a Southern Fried chicken dinner was served in the Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. More than 50 were present. Beautiful arrangements ol spring flowers were used to decorate the tables and over the registration table, an Easter picture theme, mounted on blue background, was framed with crabapple blossoms, presenting an inspiring welcome as the dinner guests arrived. Mrs. Gordon Scott was chairman of the decorating committee and Mrs. Rexie Litch- [ield registered those in attendance. District Secretary, Evelyn El- John J. Lcen, who sang two sc lections. The incoming District Guild of ficers, were eluded, then an in stallatlon ceremony was given b; Mrs. Paulino Noll, Secretary o California - Nevada Conference o the Methodist Church. Mrs. Noll who is also Director of Mission ary Personnel of the Naliona Board of Missions, was speaker of the evening and related some of her experiences while she work ed in Sumatra in the Missionary field. She used "Faith" as hei subject. Mrs. Elsie Mathews, past president of the Eureka Guild, was installed as a district officer U work with Mrs. Georgia Good newly elected District Secretary "rom the Fairfield, W e s l e y a n Service Guild. On their return trip to the Bay area, these women held a worship service in the redwoods. presidents from the s e v e r a l guilds, including Mrs. Helen Palmer of the Eureka Guild, who presented her general chairman, Mrs. John W. Elliott and co-chairman, Mrs. Essie Mathews. All members of the several committees were thanked, particularly Mrs. Beulah Hughes, who prepared dinner. The Reverend Oscar E. Link, minister of the Eureka First invocation. Following d i n n e r , all guild members and guests retired to the church sanctuary. An inspirational devotional reading was recited y Mrs. Fred Landenberger, while icr husband showed colored slides appropriate to her subject, "Faith and Love." Mrs. Winifred M. Hopkins, program chairman, presented and accompanied Mrs. Circle Members Host Husbands At Annual Dinnei Members of Companions of the forest of America, Redwood Circle No. 1C65, recently hosted their lusbands at an annual banquet icld at Three Seven's restaurant. Attending were the Messrs, and Mmes. Joe Antongiovanni, Tony ~,uis, Martin Casanova, Olindo Uartinelli. Julio L. Rovai, Wiliam Romisch, John Rebello, Nelo Barsanti, Fred Buckovic, Louie Barsanti, Jack Rutherford, Elwyn Johansen, Louis Rovai, Charles Beltiga, Eddie Jordan, 'ony Cordeiro, Ray Hessong, Caro Marchetti Sr., Bruce Shambaugh, Arnold Ogle, Frank Thornon, and the Mmes. Joe Barrote, Frank Ghilarducci, John Baratti, Ann Camponova and Vesta Mathews. In heraldry, the lion symbol- zes bravery' and the leopard ilands for cunning. Eureka Crescent City LITTLE GYPSY IN THE 60LE OF EVERY w In tf u Start with gleaming Black Patent -- put it on a chic little jet heel. Corelli's pattern for fashion that's feminine, flirtatious, fabulous. Also in white. 11.99 Corelli's personality skimmer in finely textured c a l f with unusual collar, runs a smooth calf ribbon through its eyelets! Grand for everything! As seen in Mademoiselle. 10.99 Daly's Eureka and Crescent Cily , . Shoot, Str»8t Floor buy a really pretty hat Buy "Angel"--n lovely flow- er-head of countless organ- za petals. Two-hucd colors from Spring's palette of sun kissed pastels. 4.99 Daly's Ewka . . Millinnry, Fohinn Flnnr Dily'i Crlliont Cily . . Mmiinini Eureka and Crescent Cily ... and soon Forliina, loo! accents you i for caster with new ^ CRYSTAL-LI KE| AS - YOU ' LIKE - IT necklaces What a glorious way to brighten and freshen your spring fashion life! 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