Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 12, 1962 · Page 14
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 14

Eureka, California
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Thursday, April 12, 1962
Page 14
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^ tf f ^^ ^v Tl ^ *^ ^^ \*^ ^TM ^^ ^TM^^^ complete with Lovely Accessories To Crown Your Costume An Exquisite Little Hat Ftmhion purfhaiteg of JOc iir more III 111/ Iff llltlllt' on each A. Flowers, flowers everywhere. All over this charming veiled pillbox. Choose white, beige, shocking pink, orange or mint. B. Feather clip-on band gives a softly romantic effect. In black, white, pink, maize, sapphire, ice, mint, orange, beige, romance, violet. C. Head hugging floral confection comes in a multitude of fashion pastels. In dainty nylon . . . so light you hardly know it's on. D. Frivolous figure eight band. Straw cloth, feathers and veiling with delicate chic ctlect. White, beige, romance, black, ice, mint, pink, dior blue. E. Trellis-work half hat.. Bow topped clip-on with illusion veiled flowers. White, beige, pink, blue, yellow, lilac, romance and orange. F. Teen timer flower cap finished with a big velvet bow, open work lop. White, pink, blue, coffee, maize, lime, apricot and romance. A } oiry flutter ofveiling 100 Velvet bowed birdcage and many other charming styles. Black and new Spring colors. georgette scarves 69 C 18x72" rayon scarf drapes easily, beautifully. In white and solid or ombre pastels. easy care white nylon gloves 100 HANDBAGS 299 "MIRA-SLIDE" HANDBAG Very deep and roomy with smart metal (rim. Soft lining, inside zipper pocket. Leather- look white, black patent, green or bone. Other attractive pouches, clutches and totes. 199 MATCHED POUCH AND BELT Leather look duo with bright metal accents. Black simulated patent or calf, navy, red, bone, white or pink. Convertible clutches, tailored and casual styles, too. "SIL-TONE" FRAME BAGS Assortment with 7" gilt frames and tubed handles. Some w i t h outside pockets. Lea - t'her-look plastic in p a t e n t , red, white, black, bone, malt and navy. * plus lax pm on a flower wreath 39' The easiest Easter hat ever. Our wreath of roses stays on with a few bobby pins. Assorted colors. wear a boutonniere 49 e Giant silk rose with its own pin. For your hair, lapel, handbag. Comes in costume coordinating colors. embroidered hankies 27 C Cocktail size white and pastel cottons. Exquisite sheers with a wonderful choice of lovely Swiss embroideries. Straight or scalloped hems. pr. A. Stretch style with flattering shirred cuff. B. Double-woven .slip- on. 3 button length. nylon mesh stretch gloves 59; Stretches 10 fit any si/c. Hasily washable willi how a c c e n t e d w r i s l . Snowy w h i t e . M a n y oilier styles available. 100 ea. Colorful fashion combina- j^t l ' o n s °^ 5 ' mu ' alc '' P c a r ' s ' s %? $ sparkling glass and aurora J ''-'beads. Matched 2-slrand necklaces and earrings in solid colors and combina- ^ lions. L t/^*» S^" V v *. x -V TMeTV- t) J ea. Choose from ihis glamourous collection. Necklaces, bracelets, earrings in multi-color combinations of simulated pearls, lightweight fluff-puff beads, s p a r k l i n g r o n d c l l c s and colored ycm stones. Hx- ciiing "tassel" slylcs, too. * plus tax YOUR MONEYS WORTH MOKE AT W O O L W Q R T H ' S Lincoln CFG 7 Blue Birds Give Dinner The Camp Fire Girls from the Lincoln area, sponsored by the Lincoln PTA, recently held their annual Father-Daughter banquet in the school auditorium. The banquet was organized and directed by Mrs. Mike Larson, youth co-ordinator for the school. Thomas Hanson. Lincoln principal, was master of ceremonies and the Hcv. Hoy Malde gave the invocation before the potluck dinner. Three Camp Fire and seven Blue Bird groups were represented at (lie dinner, and each ave a short skit. Those present were the Walasi, Pocahontas and Tankitwi Camp Fire groups and Redbreast. Twilight, Rainbow. Wee Twinklers. Star Bright, Flutterbys and Juniors Blue Bird groups. The Twilight Blue Bird group, led by Mrs. Virgil Hedlund, presented a skit at the annual Camp Fire Father- Daughter dinner held recently at the Lincoln school. Front row, left to right, Bonnie Oliver, Janet Libolt, and Shawn Hedlund.. Back row, left to right, Lani Sherwood, Billie K a y Larson, Rita Sand.lin, Vicki Burke, Ginger Balke, Sharon Berry and Connie Stevens. He stated that what we are is usually far below what we could be if we developed latent talents. Few realize their potentialities, he declared. The problem - centered person finds himself in a world beset with problems, he said, adding that the real difficulty was the civil war in one's own life. Too much energy is wasted in Nev.-IIawaii held throughout the|conflict and worry about trifles, year will be attended by 15 Key|he said, urging that persons learn Clubbers from St. Bernard's high ' " Key Clubbers To Go To Meeting In San Diego One of the many Key Club conventions for the district of Calif.- HUMBOLDT STANDARD Thursday. April 12, 1962. P. 14 Travel Club Elects Officers For Next Year Humboldt Travel club members have unanimously elected officers for the coming year. Mrs. James Sheridan is the new president; Mrs. J. G. Greenfield, vice president; Mrs. Charles Snyder, secretary; and Mrs. Ned Davis, treas- rer. A brief business meeting presided over by Mrs. Leslie West- lali, president the past two years, preceded the final meeting of the 1961-02 season, a lecture by Dr. Arthur R. Bietz, psychologist. The report of the nominating committee was given by Mrs. Wallace E. Martin. Dr. Bietz opened his address by asking: "Do you understand yourself? Have you discovered your- fensive, hostile person is one who is unwilling to face the truth about himself. "Take a good look at the people you hate," Dr. Bietz said. "They are probably much like you. A stubborn person may get into trouble with another stubborn person. school. to face reality and to see themselves as they appear to others. The convention will be held onlwhat one believes of other per- April 27 and 28 in San Diego. I sons is usually a reflection of him- Those attending from St. Bcr-jself, he declared, nard's are as follows: Paul Bar-] The really important knowledge, iellcs. president. Jim Bonoraini,|Dr. Bietz said, is not how to con- vice-pi-c'sidcnt, Carl Del Grande,|quer the universe but how to live treasure. Mike Biirsunti. secrc-leongenially with one's self and tary, Dennis Knppp, John Caution,' Terry CInney, Earl Davis, Jim Malloy, Art Cordoza, Rich Janney, P a t McGaraghan, Leon Flinclipaugh, Ken Kline, and Phil Dubaldi. others. If people faced the truth, there would be no hostility, no arguments, he continued. The greatest courage is required to know yourself and accept the truth. The do- FREE BOOKLET "How to measure time with tape" Stenorette'-TD $ 219 _ _ Complete with ,50 dictrttnn* Full)' transistorized. Flick-of- the-thunil) microphone control lets you dictate, backspace, review ... and if you say il wrong, erase as you say it A G A I N right.! Error- free dictation with a Slen- oretle makes it easy for secretaries to do e v e r y t h i n g right llic first lime! BEARD OFFICE EQUIPMENT 2I04 - 4th St. HI 3-6368 EROME STUDIO You've been waiting for this one! FAMILY GROUP SPECIAL 1-8x10 b ';tr $0 AGO 6 - 5 X 7 s Reg- $36.00 ^ \J HI 2-4467 9 to 5 p.m. Knciiiii;; Killings Gliidlu Arramjcd Closed Mondays The whole family will love this portrait . . . and you can order prmls lo send Iho grandparent',, loo. 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