Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 16, 1962 · Page 9
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 9

Eureka, California
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Monday, April 16, 1962
Page 9
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HAMPTON. Iowa (UPD-John Pronk is'only 10 years old but he is serious about collecting pin-ups The boy wrote the Iowa Nigh way Commission asking for pic lures of the blade-equipped dump trucks which plow snow from roads "to pin up in my room." WINDOW SHADES STANDARD 36" SIZE Priced From 260 HAMMOND BARNUM 409 E St. Eureka Hi 2-1110 Glass Doors for Fireplace New Way to eliminate smoKe from fireplace. Keep your mantle clean and sparkling and at the same time cut out cold drafts. Ideal for corner and see-thru types. Guaranteed to eliminate smoke or your money back. Actually gives more comfort with greater safety. Lower fuel bills. 35 Siies. Send for free folder with prices listed. "The best investment you ever made in your home." Exclusively at "Anything for the Fireplace" Incil/Jins accessories W. A. SIPES Distributor 2123 Pine St. Eureka HI 3-5465 The average woman's figure be- jins to deteriorate early in life, although the results of neglect may not be apparent until years ater. A perfect foil (or your summer tan... this simply stated two-piece ensemble of drip 'n dry Arnel Tri-Acetate in an effective textured bark weave The back-zip overblouse and permanently pleated skirt are in the flawless taste you demand. 95 DOWNTOWN 529 G Street HI 2-1397 HENDERSON CENTER 510 Russ St. HI 3-1916 Why Grow Old? By Josephine Lowman Mrs. J. E. Lindenmayer, chairman of Ihe committee for (he in- allation or Eureka Quota club fleers for 1902-63, has announced le program for that event, which ill be held in Eureka Jnn April i. Miss Betty Merriweather will I ttention to the fact that many educing diets are lacking in the ecessary vitamins and proteins, nd advised to not only check the umber of calories in any food, ut to be assured that one is get- This young lady wisely exercises to defeat natural aging processes. The exercise is one of seven included in Josephine Lowman's "Essential Daily Routine for Beauty and Health" (leaflet No. 19). In the above position bend as far to the left as you can, then bend to the right. situation to continue. It is too bad that young women often do not realize what is hap pcning to them when it IS hap pening, BUT, it is never too late Just as aging in the face hap- F ro m middle age on it takes more pens gradually, line by line, so does the change in the figure occur. Even if she was interested n sports as a girl, the average woman tends to drop them after marriage, or does not indulge in them regularly, AND she does not replace this loss with special ex- ircises which she could lake at lome. She's Fascinated The young bride is fascinated with her new home and household duties, and she has no reason to vorry much about her figure. She is exceedingly anxious to show her husband what a good cook she is, to please him with especial- y tempting meals. Anyway, there s not usually much money for golf and golf equipment or for! evenings of dancing. Then the first baby arrives. The woman is even more enthralled with her home, she is busier and tied more closely to her own "four walls." She also has a few stretched abdominal muscles and may lave gained unnecessary weight during her pregnancy. She may not recondition between pregnancies, and soon finds lhat life has somehow sneaked up on her with a matronly figure. She is busy and has little time for herself, and may allow this self-discipline and more effort to keep or regain that girlish figure but it is ENTIRELY possible. Same Way Overweight can be lost, great ly benefiting health, and exercise can improve lack of tone am measurements. The fact that aging happens day by day and month by montl and year by year makes it possi ble to fight it in the same wa -- day by day and month bj month and year by year with a daily routine of correct eating daily skin care and daily exer cise. BUNNIES and EASTER CLOTHES Perfect, for pictures PROCTOR'S CAMERA SHOP In Henderson Center 2910 F St. HI 3-6351 Open 8 a.m. to 8 p Program Announced For Quota Club Installation be installed as president and hei staff of officers will be inductee with her with Mrs. Ervin Iladle; as the installing officer. The dinner is set for 7:30 p. m. and will be open to guests. Miss Merriweather succeeds No GA Meeting This Evening The Glamour Again reducing possible. She stressed the fact thai roup cancel the regular iceting this (Monday) evening, ue to the schools being closed T Easter week. The next meet- ig will be held April 23. Mrs. Oscar Paulsen was featur- d as speaker at the last meet- it is important to get these items from other sources if not obtainec in the diet. She also suggested that mem bers contact their local libraries for the books "Let's Eat High to Keep Fit" and "Let's Stay ig of the group. She called their Young Longer", both by the wel ng the largest amount of nutrient entrance). from known nutritionist, Adelle Davis The-group is open to any worn an desirous of losing weight. I meets each Monday evening a 7:00 in the girls' gym at the Eu reka High School (swimming poo on 6 ^raSn THE TOURIST SPECIAL orner the shoe with the magic sole i If you're planning a tour of the Worlds Fair or just the supermarket you'll find this free-and-easy walking pump is just the ticket. Its secret is in the light, unlined leather and completely flexible, light rubber tread sole. The stacked heel is a perfect height for comfortable walking. 14.99 footwear . . . our specialty 812 G Street ARCATA 517 - 5th Street EUREKA Eureka and Crescent City .. . and soon Fortuna, too! once year Half Price SALE! STICK. DEODORANT a YOUR GUARDIAN ANGEL Toko your pick! Tussy Cream Deodorant, Roll-On or Stick. Shop now and get half off. Save just as much as you spend. Or get two guardian angels (or the price of one! Mrs. Don Windbigler as the president. The pledge of allegiance will be ted by Mrs. Leo Coyle. In' will be given by the Rev. John L. Thompson III and Mrs. Don Wind- igler will extend the welcome. Music will be furnished by the ligh school trumpet trio, Noel Weidkamp, Tim Dinsmore and Robert Spinas. They will be accompanied by Gary Coon, a student at Humboldt Slate college. Speaker will be Miss Kate Buchanan, associate dean at Humboldt State college. She will be introduced by Mrs. Hadley. The president's pin and gavel will be presented to Miss Merriweather by Mrs. Windbigler. Vfrs. Lindenmayer will present the past president's pin to Mrs. ffindbigler. Mrs. Maynard Ingham will lead new the club collect and Mrs. Helen Muse will play for the Quota song. Reservations for the dinner may ivocation be made by calling Mrs. Walter Mendcnhall at HI 2-7711. 8TH ANNUAL TYPEWRITER CLINIC BLOW - OUT CLEAN TYPE NEW RIBBON OIL Office Equipment * * 2104 4th St. HI 3-6368 | *.»******************** HUMBOLDT STANDARDMonday, April 16, 1962, P. 9 Specializing in the care of POODLES ROXANNE KENNELS The best of care for your pets . . . By the Week or Month (And phone us for day care when unexpected things como up.) Enjoy your vacation--We properly care for ALL pets. 1835 QUAKER EUREKA HI 2-2325 [if no answer phone HI 2-3450) EUREKA .ml CRESCENT CITV Coimellci-- Slreel Floor Eureka and Crescent City . . and soon Fortuna, too! this easter.. play it smart pick a matched set or suit to plan your summer around in light-hearted easy-care fabrics! more than 30 different styles! bold prints stripes embroidered sets 2-fones and solid colors sleeveless collarless 3-pc. sets with vests double breasted scoop necks tie trims lacy and ruffled 12 wonderful travel-wise fabrics! no-iron seersucker denims Wamsutta Pima cottons linens corduroy Kayak cloth Arnel® Burma Cloth soft cotton sateen hopsacking striped cotton ticking a rainbow of vibrunt colors! mint pink orange baby blue denim blue grey rose aqua gold red yellow oatmeal white junior sizes 5-15 regular sizes 6-1S D»ly'l EUREKA . , . Sporll Shop, !nd Floor 0»ly'l CRESCENT CITY . . . Slrttt Floor ind Memnlnl

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