Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 16, 1962 · Page 7
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Trophy Won By Eureka Fuchsia Club Mrs. Ray :Flynn gave a report, on her recent trip lo Sail Fran cisco, where she attended the annual meeting of the America! Fuchsia Society, at a recent meeting of the Eureka branch of the Society which met in Eureka Woman's club. The annual meeting in San Francisco was held in the Hall of Flowers in Golden Gate park. She brought back the William loth photographic trophy, whicl s awarded annually lo Hie branc. .-ntering the best fuchsia photo |raph. The entry was made b; Wsr. Thomas Hodge of Eurcko )ranch, who also received a tro jhy for the second year in sue -cssion. A potluck dinner is planned for June 10 when Mark McDougall Fuchsia bulletin editor of San Leandro, will visit the Eureka 'irancli. His family will accom any him. Members were asked lo slarl rowing plants for the ainiiia uchsia Festival to be held in the arson Memorial building on Augst 26. The following m e m b e r s re- eivcd fuchsia plants, honoring leir M a r c h birthdays: Mrs. lynn, Mrs, John Jackson, Mrs. ynn Felt, Mrs. Carl Boelson and firs. Myrtle Lentz. At the close of the business neeting the members enjoyed olored slides of. the Rose Bow: arade, shown by Charles Sharp. Refreshments were served by 10 committee: Mrs. Fritz Baum- artner, Mrs. Louis Cardoza, Mrs. i E. Anderson, Mrs. Ida May nthony and Miss Laura Cudde- ack. Man of the Hour Someday he may be President, though it's a little soon to predict. One thing is certain, though: the next 16 years will be the most important of his and Ms parents' lives. For childhood is a time of rapid growth and remarkable change. Before you know it, it's gone forever. Only fine professional portraits made at the Seven Magic Ages' can keep childhood forever alive. Now is the time to start your baby's permanent record of outstanding portraits by your official 7 Ages photographer. Prescribed by Professional HUB Photographers of America, Inc. A J -Sender3on 6 PORTRAIT STUDIO IN HENDERSON CENTER Dedicated to bring you Better Photography 433 Henderson St. HI 2-0290 SHOWING SPRING'S NEWEST,.. \i COOt PORTAL PUMP Vrnili Smooth Lttlrnr lllli: N 6'/, lo 9 M 4 to 10 ONLY CHIC D'ORSSY PUMP Whin ml linjl Slav N CU to J QUEEN ANNE STRAP-PUMP Whit* Smooth Leather Bleik PiUnt Leelhtr Chlld'j ind Mliui' IllMJ 8 1 /, lo » FOOTWEAR FOR THE ENTIRE .FAMILY BANKAMERICARD INTERNATIONAL CREDIT 401 5h St., Euroh HI 2-9764 Cancer Crusade Results Said Gratifying Humboldt County's Cancer Cru- ade moved forward this week vilh. unprecedented results, ac- ording to Franny Givens, presi- ent of the American Cancer So- iety's Humboldt County branch. Response to the Cancer Cru- ade here and throughout the tale and nation shows that ev- ryone wants to put a quick end o this disease which kills over 70,000 of us each year," Givens aid. He pointed out that more peo le in Humboldt County were cached with life-saving informa- ion about cancer than ever be- ore. "This is a tribute to the olunteers who conducted the ducational and fund raising rive," Givens stated. Herman Bistrin, Crusade chair- nan for Humboldt County in this ear's drive, would especially ke to thank the many volunteers 'ho participated so willingly in le Crusade. Among these are ic following women who served s Ward Chairmen for the Eurea residential area: Mrs. Jack Tozzini. Mrs. Jack Henton, Mrs. Phomas Batterton, Mrs. Elizaeth Harper, Mrs. Marjorie Ra or, Mrs. Norma Sutherland, VIrs. Pat Brown, Mrs. Merka iallister, Mrs. Mary Lee Johnon, Mrs. Doris Hunter, Mrs, Jordon Mason, Mrs. Louis Mo- lorovich, Jr., Mrs. Jane Pliilp, ,nd Mrs. Mavis Whitehead. Givens stated that if anyone vas missed during the house-to- ouse Crusade, they may still end their c'jtribution in to the ociety's office at 110 Fifth treet, Eureka. Arkata Group To Participate At Centennial The Centennial of the Greol Council of the United Stales will je participated in by the Arkala Council No. 148, Degree of Poca- iiontas. The convention is slated September 23 to 27 in Louisville, y. First Scout Mrs. Joseph Hiccke and Second Scout Mrs. William Fulton presented the Council's Deputy Great Pocahontas, Mrs. James Hill. Mrs. Ray Minnie, visiting com. mittee chairman, reported on a recent visit with Mrs. Martha Williams, of Ferndale, who is re- covering from u serious il!ncss. ( .lune 9. This district includes,Peters held a "Surprise Caper" Veterans' chairman, Mrs. Ruby Vinklc. reported the Council's doptcd veteran at While Cily, Ore., needed a new knife for his ohhy of wood-carving, and plans vcre made to send him one. An invitation was received from Veatonka Council, Medford. to crform t h e "Adoption Cere- nony" at Hie District No. 2 Heeling to be held at Medford Printed Pattern Tops in fashion -- tops with everything from day to dressy skirts to play pants. Choose Riviera-gay cottons. Printed Pattern 9423: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 16 top style Hi yards 35-inch; middle IS yards; lower 1 3 A yards fabric. Send FIFTY CENTS (coins) lor this pattern -- add 10 cents tor each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Marian Martin, Humboldl Slendard, Pattern Dept., 332 West IBth St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Extra] Extral Extra! Big Spring- Summer Pattern Catalog -- over 106 styles for alt sizes, occasions. Misses, Hall-Size, Women's Wardrobes. Send 3Sc! make it a ... TAKE ALONG A BOX OF Buxton's Drugs Buxton's Drugs, Inc. Henderson Center Myrtlotowne Shopping Conlor Free Delivery 4 Times Daily Northeastern California and ford, Ore. Degree Team Captain Mi's. Marion I'askvan accepted the invitation and was appointed to lake care of arrangements. Mrs. Leslcr James announced that she would be moving to Crescent City soon and wished to slart a Council there. She asked anyone interested in that area to contact her at VA 2-0492. Social chairman Mrs. Martin and those winning prizes were Mrs. Frank Kolshinski. Mrs. Lee Dunlap, Mrs. Isabel Amen, Mrs. Hay Chrislnias and Mrs. I'askvan. Refreshment committee for April will comprise Mmes. Ray Minnie. Isabel Amen, Margucr. ieie Vickrey. C. L. Sporup, and Lloyd Mason. Mrs. Scha Gilardoni \vas appoinled social chair- UUMBOLDT STANDARD Monday. April 16, 1962, P. 7 Beautiful flowers will truly capture the spirit of Easter . . . and the traditional favorite every woman desires is the ever-beautiful Lily, Phone or visit us today for your gift flower of lovely Easter Lilies. FLORAL SHOP 518 Russ St. Henderson Center We give %?}(' Green Stamps HI 3-2051 Girls. . . treat yourself to this Pre-Easter Special snap curl Reg. 7.50 :oo 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 tit both iiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii Eureka and Crescent City , . tmd soon Forluna, too! if looks can kill...this one will! NEW OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 8 P.M. as does it! 'SPHINX PINK' newest spring shade forlips and matching fingertips! Avividly light, bright-at-night power-mad pink! More sharp than sweet, more sly than shy ... the chic-est shade in 2000 Springs! Wildly flattering.. .wonderfully wearable. 'SPHINX EYES'new eye-makeup idea! Madly mysterious! Egyptian-inspired! Eyes newly shaped . . . elongated ... . darkly outlined for depth. Languorous lids, lightened with beige, shadowed with smoky kohl. The effect? Unforgettable! (And almost unforgivable!) . Desert Misty Gn Accent Shadow, Misty Grey Kohl Eye-shadow, Brown Ash (or Black) Cake Eyeliner. "Sphinx Pink": Super-Lustrous 11, Lustrous, and Lanolitc Lipstick, also matching Nail Enamel . . "Futurama" case by Van Clcef and Arpels. Daly'i EUREKA and CRESCENT CITY Cosmcllci--Slrcet Floor SiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiimmmm

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