Citizenship Tea By DAR Redwood Forest, Daughters o Ihe American Revolution, will sponsor their annual Good Citizenship tea Saturday, April 14, at the YWCA center at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. T William Scott, regent, \v side. The Good Citizenship dales of the high schools area will be honored. Annual Easter Egg Hunt At Sequoia Park April 22 Eureka's Mlh annual Easle and the Henderson Center Mcrch- Â·ill pro- cundi- of Ihe Egg hunt, sponsored by the Fra tcrnal Order of Eagles of Eurek THE HIGHWAY STORE HI 2-9018 NOW OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK! Mon. thru Sat.! 8:30 to 5 p.m. LOOK at these Money Savers! USED HIDE-A-BED with matching chair. Clean good condition Sealy BOX SPRING MATTRESS--Double Size .... 3500 BIG 3 ROOM GROUP This value packed set includes; 10 piece living room t 10 piece bedroom and 5 piece dinette plus service for 39977 4 of china. ALL FOR ONLY.. JUST ARRIVED!- irspring mattress. NOW ONLY 39 77 4 PC. 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TABLE MODEL-good condition--others to choose from 6977 You must see these used Items to appreciate their condition. 101 NORTH-EUREKA off 101 on Frontage Road ants' association, will be held Sun day, April 22, from 2 1 to 4 p.m. in Sequoia park. ' Hunting areas will be clearly marked, according to children's age groups. George Holt, chairman, said children are not to carry baskets in the hunt. He also asked that parents refrain from iclping the children hunt. Parents are welcome to accompany the children, but are to be spectators only in the "scramble" for 5,000 eggs. Numbers marked on the eggs ill indicate the special prizes to be awarded to the children. Coffee, cream and sugar, will be furnished free to the adults. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Eagles lodge will color the eggs at a meeting at the lodge hall on Thursday night. Members of the committee assisting Chairman Holt are Roger Nelson, James Epperson, Robert Bryant, Ezra Corder, and Chris Ihristensen. Shrine Meeting On April 13 The regular meeting of the Aahmes Redwood Shrine club will 13 held Friday night, April 13. The social hour will begin at 7 3'clock with dinner to follow at 8. There will be a work party on Sunday, April 15, with a fizz breakfast starting at 8:30 a. m., and breakfast at 9:30 a. m. President Helgc Palmrose has asked all Shriners to attend both meetings and to bring their ladies States and about one-half of these to the Sunday meeting. f n/ii lm of We eam omen MARGARET DELANEY, EDITOR I Meeting For Scout Pack 99 At McKinleyville The Vatican gardens were designed by the great Italian painter, Raphael. There are more swimming pools than 35.000 the United are private. HUMBOLDTSTANDARD Thursday. April 12, 1962. P. 15 inducted intp. the Pack and received their Bobcat pins from John Newell. A Webclos graduation ceremony was held and Sloven Roby. Dennis Riley, Dennis Mayo and Howard Wright were welcomed into Hoy Scout Troop 9!i by Bill Landis, assistant scoutmaster. Arvel Slovall received his Bear badge and one silver arrow. a jrtut, Â«\,v.ui iiiiiÂ£ LU mi.- v.iui.i\ i'i w-Â«.iin-u mi; im ft t^i ^luun.i. j The next Pctck meeting is sched- and Watch Manufacturers Asso-|Thrce boys. Barry (!\vin, Randyjulcd for April 24 at the Dows Parley and Jerry Bri.ssette, were'Prairie school. More than GO per cent op American homes have vacuum cleaners. A watch licks 18,000 times a day or nearly HiO million ticks year, according to the Clock McKinleyville Cub Scout Pack 99 held its Pack meeting recently at the Dows Prairie school with cubmaster John L. Newell presid- ig. William Cooke, Orin Turner and Murlin Cooper assisted with the personal inspeclion and Den II presented Ihe flag ceremony. | Mrs. Goe Feted At Baby Shower i A large gathering at tile Lloyd Casacca home, Rohnerville, was he scene for a baby shower honoring Mrs. Clarence (Bonnie) oe and infant daughter for the event, Mrs. Casacca, is a sister of the honoree. Also assisting was .he senior Mrs. Cr.sacca. Centerpiece of the decorations was a large pink stork peering down at a miniature bassinette and doll. The cake was also decorated with smaller storks. Entertainment for the evening as typical shower games and special prizes were, won by Mrs. Sybil Robinson, Mrs. Jay Koble and Mrs. William Patmore. Each guest was presented favors. Others altendingnthe fete were ic Mmes. Earl Lewis, William Koontz, Jerri Huchendorf, Henry Clark. Jr. Harold Tend, Sr., 'cter Pcllit. H. G. Pettit, Edvard Myers. Ronald Huchendorf. jus Lamlergen, Fred Snyder, U-.lbert Baldwin. Also attending vere Miss Shirley Roberts and Miss Sherry DeGroat. Several others sent gifts but vcre unable to attend the event. American helicopter pilots help l as cowboys during the annual roundup of buffaloes on the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. The bison, which number around 1.000. must be regularly corralled for branding and vaccination. The helicopters are used! o locate strays and drive them in. Eureka and Crescent City . . and soon For tun a, loo! caster arrcnt for all cst' folks Here's just a Bernie Anderson's NEW TRADING BUICK'S La Sabre Coupe Here is a full sized, 2 door sport coupe, with all the extras, including undersea . . . it's selling for PLUS TAX LICENSE YES, BUSINESS IS GOOD AT BERNIE ANDERSON'S, W H E R E EVERYBODY IS FINDING THE DEAL THEY LIKE .. . . WE'RE TRADING LONG, AND THE SELECTION IS GOOD. WHY DON'T YOU COME IN TODAY . . . AND FIND YOUR DEAL -- THE TRADE-INS ARE HIGH! SERVICE FEATURE OF THE MONTH BuieBc Spring Conditioning $ - r . - I JJL Includes Bukk Tune-Care, the complete scientific tune-up by Buick experts . . electronic engine diagnosis and road tests. Cooling System flush and check . . rust inhibitor added. Buiclc Lubricare, the exclusive Buick Lubrication that Includes a MATERIALS EXTRA, complete inspection and report of your car's condition. IF NEEDED Pleat* bring this coupon with you ! PQNTIAC BUiCK WILLYS GMC TRUCKS erson 4th D Sts. HI 3-0833 Eureka 24-HOUR TOWING -- SEVEN DAYS A WEEK Easter Himiiv The Easter Bunny will be ar Daly's Eureka tomorrow afternoon and night and all day Saturday. At Daly's Crescent City tomorrow afternoon and all day Saturday. Free Easter Candy to all kiddies under 12 accompanied by an adult. Live Bunnies %| Free at Daly's! Get complete details in the Youth Center at both Daly's Eureka and Crescent City. Live Bunnies f r e e for choosing^ "Lucky-color-eggs!' two to get pert'ii pjn -^ exclusively at both % Daly's Eureka and (i Crescent City, for you 1 Top left: pretty enough to eat . . the fruit-shaped tote bag and colorful fruit appliques on the skirt of this cute no-iron cotton dress. Pastel bodice is sugared with eyelet embroidery. All Ihis--underpropped with its own petticoat. Pink with white, yellow with white, orange with while. Toddlers' sizes 2-3x. _ , 7.JHI ready for a 3tty caster! nannefe* ,Top right: A beguiling l i t t l e 2-piece outfit in fine cotton that never needs ironing. Pastel dress is topped by a pinafore-jumper, daintily frilled with eyelet ruffles. Embroidered pastel flowers highlight the two handy pock- els White over pink, blue or mahe li'ddlers' sires 1-2-3. $25 Wardrobe FllEE To boy and girl guessing nearest correct number of eggs in Daly's large Easter basket in F street window. Deposit guesses in 2nd Floor Youth Center and street floor Boys' Shop. (Also at Daly's Crescent City). Awards charge all your Kaster clothes . . lulu*, up to 10-inoiilhs to iiny nl liolh D(//.v's/ boys' shirt 'n tic si'ls Wosh 'n wear v. h : ! o ii r e s s shirts in no-iron cotton Lonq sleeves, con- veilihlr c u f f s with hn 1 '., ivrt Mile bow lie. Tod tilers' MZCS I--I. Boys' S - V . little fellas' sweaters New l o o k cardigans in softest Orion acrylic . Machine washable. White with red and blue trim, while w i t h grey trim Sizes -1-6x. (Others $298- D.I,'I l U D f K A . . Vnulh CfMtr, )nd Ik, DÂ«.y'. CRESCENT CITY . . SUMI Ho.
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