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Saturday, February 22, 1958
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HVMBOLDT STANDARD SQlmdoy, Feb. 22, 1953, Page 17 Lenten Services A. series.of sermons on the Lord's Prayer will be preached . by the Rev. Oscar E. Link, mini s t e r , ' a t 1 the First Methodist church, Eureka, during the Lcn ten season beginning Sunday. The firsf of the series will be on "pur Father." Services will be held at 8:30 and 11 a.m Music will be furnished by the chancel choir under the direction of Mrs. Winifred JIcNair Hopkins. Special Lenten services also will be held Wednesday eve nings at 7:30 o'clock in the na lure of a study group on "Faith." Topics to be consider ed include "What is Faith?" "Our Need for Faith", "Learn ing to Have Faith" and "The Power of Faith." Reverend Link will conduct the meetings Church school is held for al ages each Sunday with the firs grade through the . adult de partments meeting at 9:30 a.irt and the pre-school group at 1 a.m. Roy Mitchell is superin tendent arid Mrs. 'Dudley Pur year is His assistant. Bridgeville Church To Hold Revival The Rev. L. A. Greene, pas- or of the East Avenue Baptist church, Springfield, -Missouri, vill, be the evangelist 4t the 3ridgevillo Baptist church for two weeks beginning Sunday. Reverend Greene will speak nightly at 7:30 o'clock, accord ing to the Rev. Alvie Chadwlck pastor of the church. The reviv al is. in conjunction with the North Coast Baptist Association Evangelistic Crusade in 22 Bap list churches and missions in Humbqldt and Del Norte coun ties. Druids to Help With Heart Fund · Humboldt Circle'Druids 104(· will help with the Heart Fund drive on,Sunday. Mrs. Norman Edwards will head the Druid's part of the drive, assisted by Mrs. 0. U. Giannini. Plans regarding this community project were made at the recent meeting of the Druids lodge at which ToSca Mon- ighetti presided in the absence of Mrs^Louis Mohorovich, Arch Druidess. ' T h e next meeting will be held on March 5, rum boiat' ^rinett , Cemetery Crematory "Mausoleum Columbarium - " Ocean View New Pastor For Apostolic Faith The' Rev. Martin E. Glrard recently was named new pastor of tho Apostolic Faith clmVch of Eureka. He replaces the Rev. W. Roy Frymire, who has been transferred lo Port Angeles, Washington. Reverend Martin formerly served as assistant pastor of the local church for three years before serving in the same capacity In Mcdforil for the past two years. Tho .church will follow, the same service schedule, with Sunday services consisting of Sunday school at 9:30 a.m.; worship service at 11, and evangelistic service at 7:50 p.m. Services also are held Wednes days and Fridays at 8 p.m. , SAN FRANCISCO-- Dr. Edward Teller (right) and Dr. Linus Pauling (left), ' America's two most outspoken advocates for and against continued nuclear tests^ are shown immediately aftet having f ace- 'to-face debate Thursday. Dr. Pauling^aid "the men who 'release an H-bomb may be dooming. 15,000 children" -from radto- acliylty which he believes causes mutations in genes. Dr-. Teller, "Father of the H-bomb,"-said the small nuclear bomb exploded in recent tests was "completely 1 contained"! with no radioactivity fallout. --(United Press TelepJioto) Baptist Crusade Begins Sunday superintendent 'of.the Depart Deaths -Obituaries Funeral Notices HARRY ALLEN MYEHS Harry Allen Myers, 90, died Friday evening in a local hospital. He was a native of Portland, Oregon and had resided In this area for the past 70 years. ^ For many years he was an en gincer for the Elk River raiU road and prior to his retirement, he worked for ' Hammond's railroad. He . was. a member of the Eel River Lodge No; 147 F. and A. M. for:over 50 years and the Sequoia Lodge No. U, IOOF, Eureka for the past 63 years. He had no survivors, with of ... _ _ , Convention, Dallas,-Texas, will direct an Evangelistic Crusade in area for ^wo weeks beginning iunday., . . . The crusade will be held in 22-Baplist. churches and missions In Humboldt and - Del Nortft counties affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convex tion. two brothers and a sister pre- cedlng.him in death. · · Funeral services will be held Monday at 1:30 p. : m. from Sanders Funeral Home. -The Fprtuna Masonic Lodge and Sequoia Lodge will officiate. Interment will follow In Ocean View cemetery. ,, a NEED : -A NEW . ; P E R M A N E N T ? ^ Cheer up, lady, maybe you feel you. can't afford a new pro/essionally-giueii permanent right now ... but there's no law against WINNING one.. Every Thursday, Friday* Saturday and Sunday issue of The Humboldt Times. and Humboldt Standard . carries the . feature, "BEAUTY CORNER," in the want ad section. Just check this feature f6r information how you can win a free permanent at a local beauty shop. Nothing lo buy -- no obligation -- just tell us, in 25 words or less, why you need a new per- manenh " . WINNER EVERY WEEK · Somebody wins every week. If. you win you will be notified and the dale, time and place lor you to go to a specified beauty shop for your permanent. Then--start looking beautiful! GERTRUDE J..CHU1STY Mrs. Gertrude J. Christy, 53 died al her home at 331 Harris street,-! .Etireka, on : Thursday evening. jaHcr , an · unexpecled illness.. She was'born in Horton, W: Vs., on December 15, 1904, and taught la the Ukiali schools for live 'years before coming to the Eureka area 38 years ago. She was a member Ot Thelma Rebekah lodge No. 148 and 'the First Baptist church of Eureka. . , Surviving are her husband, Henry Christy o£ Eureka; a daughter, Mrs. Colleen Cochran ol Eureka; sisters, Mrs. Frances Johnson, ot Eureka.-Mrs. Kdna Hanson 'of 's'a n Rafael; Mrs Rose Marie Burnhani of Lagu nltas;, 't h r c e, grandchildren, Tommy C. Wahlund of Cuttcn, Brad and Paul'Cochran of Eureka; nieces and nephews, Kenneth R. Johnson of Eureka, Ma.cklin, :-Donald and ..Lynn Churches Name New Pastor The Rev. Adrian K Martin recently was installed pastor of the Orick and trinidad Community PresbVlerian churches by the" Presbytery ot tho Redwoods. About 125 persons were in attendance. · The ministers'ot the'Presby- tery taking part In the Installation were the' Hev. fester F. Eiscl) Eureka, presiding pastor; Dr. George a Westberg, Blue Lake; the Rev. William U Barrett; Arcata; the Rev:.Frederick G. Ohler, Campion Heights, and Dr. K u r t H. Munchhelmer, Shively. The juni6r and senior choirs provided special music. · Following the service, a reception was hold. It was sponsored by the Women's Societies of the two churches. ,'· nmm mm 23 KOIKES 23 ELLA MAY CARTER Dr. Dossey directs the pro jratfi Of Evangelism:among 35,- 300'Baptist churches .with a membership of over 9,000,000. The churches baptize over 400,000 converts annually. . Large Baptist churches in the South and East are ' sending their pastors to do the preach/ ing in these .churches In \Jhis area under the direction of.Dr. Dossey. · -. '. ; '. ··.. ' Dr. Dossey will spe'ak at the kickoff. ; of the crusade at a youth"rally to be held at the Calvary Baptist church, Eureka, at 7:30 o'clock tonight. He also will speak in a Music Rally at the Eureka church Sunday at 3 p.m. Program ior the two weeks will be prayer meetings, 7 p.m.; preaching services', 7:30 p.m., nightly for the two weeks; preaching services on Sundays, 11 a.m.; high. attendance day in.Sunday school, 0:45 a.m. Match 2; high attendance day in Training Union 6:30 p:m. March 2. ' Mrs. Ella May Carter, 40, of Blue Lake died on Thursday evening at a Eureka hospital after a lengthy illness. She was horn-in Topeka, Kans., on October 22, 1917, and had resided in the Eureka and Blue Lake areas for the'past two years. She was a mehiber of the First Baptist Church in Quincy, where the family previously resided.' She is survived~by her husband.'Raymond Carter, of Eureka; her father, M. T. ^Bailey of .Ozawkie, Kans.; children, Darrell Ixroy Carter of Blue Lake, Mrs. Elizabeth Sc'hrac'w of To'peka, Kans., Mrs. Ruby L. Sprague of Forbestown, Anita Jane Carter, Lottie Sharon Carter, N,eil I*. Carter and Lester, all.of Eureka; brothers and BUrnhfimV:of-.L,aguniVas, »Bar' bark Nbrdcck' of Washington, D-C., and Sandra and Carls Hanson of San Rafael. .Funeral services will be held on M o n d a y - a t 2 p.m! from Cooper Mortuary Chapel of the Kerns, .with the' Rev. Gregory Morohy officiating.- Interment will follow in Sunset Memorial Park., Pallbearers will be Robert E. Townsend, Elmer F. North, R. A. Ladd, Tom Hull, George Og- dcn and Kenneth MacLcan. The services will bo under the auspices of Thelma Rebekah lodge. . ' '"' ' . ; LINNIE LbCKWOOD 'GOLD BEACH -- F.U n r a i services for Mrs. Linnie Lockwood, who died at Gold Beach on February 16, were' conduct- f alkenberg To Speech Contest Thomas Falkonberg, Eureka High school student, recently was chosen lo represent the Eureka Lions club at the Lions' student' speakers' zone contest. Tyrone Parkei\and Gretchen Wolfe, also.Eureka High school students, tied for second place in the contest. Judges were Dr. lames McNeils; Mrs. Evelyn Leiger a n d - M l l l o ' n - D o b k i n , Humboldt State College. '.This is Ihe 21st year of the Student Speakers' contest sponsored by the Califprnla-Nevada district of Lions International "Community Service ... A Way of Life," is the topic for the speakers this year. or. Dossey will do the preach- ng in the revival at the fal- vary Baptist church. Women's Church Group To Lead Sunday Service Members of the Presbyterian Women's Organization will con duct the morning service Sun day at the First Presbyterian church, 15th and I streets Theme for the service will be sislers, Mrs. C .E. Wadsworth and Mrs. C. S. Beckwith of Topeka, Kans., Charles Bailey of' Ozawkie, Kans., A. J. Bailey of Roseville, Albert Bailey of Topeka, Kans., Roy a n d Henry Bailey of Belleview, Kans.; three grandchildren and nunv erous nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held early next week in Quincy. Local arrangements are u n d e r the direction of Cooper Mortuary, Chapel of the Ferns. LOTTIE (GRANDMA) RAYMOND Funeral services for Mrs. Lotie (Grandma) Raymond will be held on Monday at 11 a.m. from "The Ward, Way." the World, the WINNER'S NAME WILL BE PUBLISHED EACH WEEK. READ "THE BEAUTY CORNER" in this newspaper every * THURSDAY * FRIDAY * SATURDAY if SUNDAY Mrs. Rasmus Beck, Splritua Life secretary of the group will speak on "The Word. "The World" will be presents by Mrs. Robert Murray, chair man of the World Service De parlmenl. Irma Stevens, pres dent, will (ell of "The Way." Other members participating In the service will be Mrs.- Robert Turner, Mrs. DeVoro Smith, e d - T u e s d a y ' a t t h e l.anglols Community church with t h e Rev. Kenneth Larsen officiating. She was a member of the Christian church-of Portland Ore. Interment was at Den mark- cemetery in the family plot with Cooper's Mortuary o Gold Beadh in charge of ar rangemenls. . , " a .Mfs. Lockwood was born Or linme M. Zahniser, daughter o Mr. and Mrs- Aaron Zahniser al Aurora on January 30, 1863 The Zahniser family moved I Ellensburg (new Gold Beach in 1873. Only one house hat been erected in Bandon whe they passed through en rout to Curry county. The Zahnise children attended school i flames Destroy South Fork Home .Flames destroyed a three- room home al SouOi Fork last night at 9 o'clock? The occupants, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Erig- man and their small child, were visiting friends^ when the fire occurred. .' · * ' v ' Weott Kira Chief:· Ro'b er.t JohnsW said the flames may have started from a 'frayed eczer cord. He said the house as too far gone, by the time he rived. Some 12 Wcott Volun- eer firemen k e p t ' t h e flames ·pm spreading to three nearby lomcs. UGAR GOES FOUR ROUNDS Greenwood Lake, '(N. Y.)-w iay Robinson, forced Indoors wcause of extremely cold wea icr, boxed four rounds Tues- his the m i d d l e weight championship rom Carmen Basillo. ay 'In preparation for ilarch attempt lo regain Conger-Morris Funeral Home n Jifedford, Ore., with (he Rev. . Millard officiating. Conclud- ng services will be in the IOOF cemetery in- Medford. Local arrangements were under the direction of Roeder's Colonial Chapel in Crescent City, where friends may call until noon on Sunday. Mrs. Chalmers Crichton Mrs. l^enneth Fletcher. and The women of the choir will sing "They Shall Not Pass This Way," directed by Mrs. Paul Bowers. Women of the Fellowship Department, under the chair manship of Mrs. W. D. Thomas, will serve as usherettes for the day S*o. 11413 Dcpt. 1 NOTICE TO CRKI1ITORS In the Superior Court of Ihe Stale of California, In and for lh£ of Htimboldl. 1n the Matter of the Estate of EVELYN SWANSOH, » Mtulne Ftrjon Notice I* hereby given hy the underlined, Margaret Pipe, Adminlitratrlx of the Estate of Evelyn Swanion. » c r*««n. to Ihe creditors of and all perjons having claims against the said mlulnr perion, that within six months a f t e r the firil publkatibn of this' notUc. they either file them with the necessary vouchers in the office ol the ClerX of the Superior Court of the Stale of California, In and for Ihe County ot Humbotdt, or exhibit them with the necessary vouchers to the Mid Mar(ar«t Pape . at 3610 H Street. Eureka. CtllfornEa. the same beirtt: the plac* for Ihe transaction of Ihe business p( the Mitt esute In tbe County ot Humboldl, Slate ot California. Dated this i n c h day of January, 1934. MARGARET PAPE, A-l m f n f s t r a t r l x . By S/ M A R G A R E T PAPE 3/1, I. IS, 22 1SJ Gold Beach and later moved u the Rogue River to a ranc now occupied by Lucky Lodg In 1883 Mrs. Lockwood wa married to John Jensen ant they homesteaded a farm nea Denmark in 1893 where the moved in 1901. She has livct there since that time. In 19 she was married to Charl Lockwood at Bandon, Survivors are two sons, Jac Z. Jensen, Monterrey, Mexic and Charles R. Jensen,. Denmark; a daughter, Mrs. Mable I. Edwards, Denmark; 13 grandchildren a n d 17 great-grandchildren. CORNER Win'A FREE Permanent Yes -you can win · permanent--yours Tree at one ol the beamy ihwi listed below. Juit tell us in S3 worili or leu why you need · new niiminentl Simply comnlele this lenience: I NEED A NEW P E R M A N E N T BECAUSE . . . l l l n h h In U word; or l e s s ) . ' B e sure, to Include your name, address, · nrt telephone number. Mull your enlrlf lo THE BEAUTY COHNER. 32« E SI.. Eureka. Calll. Thfre, will bo a \vlnner efwh wecV. Submtt only on* entry a week.' please. (Employees ol Ihli newiparier, ol tuiliclputiltf beauty shorts, snd t h e i r f a m i l i e s art 'not eligible). You need a new permanent-- why. nol .11 'down r l f h l no* »nd tell in why . . . you may. be Ihk week'f lucXy wlnneil WINNER ANNOUNCED EACH SAT.--SUN. Tinting -- Shaping RIDGEWOOD HEIGHTS BEAUTY SHOP PAT RUNNEl,S--OWNER SMS nldiewMd D r i v e Eureka %%»£·"£ HI 2-6869 PERMANENT WAVE $5 '. . .. Includes He.rcut Shimpoo^et . . Frederick ·.Charles Beauty College · 3id "C." Eureka liri-273i "A SOLUTION FOR . EVERY PROBLEM" CLOSED TUES. fc WEDNES. Phane Appointment* "Geraldine's.Bediity Shop 8tl HTH. FORTUNA RAndololi S-23O Home n\ »-3Jl! SHAMPOO--SETS' ; PC rniinenl*--Haircut i EYEBROW ARCHING (Appointment* .Only) . Mary's Beauty Salon KHI M a i n , rotluna . . nAndolph J-3H4 "Permanent Waves Our SPECIALTY" AT ,,-- .. · Ermina Beauty Shop 'ERMINA, VAULENCE MANAGEn 720 IOTH ST., FORTUNA HAndolpb ft-22A2 ' INDIVIDUALITY In h«ir strllnf Lucillo's Beauty Salon MERLE NOMMAN COSMETICS Aro»l« Parklni-- Eve. Apoolntrntnli Lu'cilla Pavlich-- Owner 283S "11" Slltcl HI MS" HAIRSTYLES : ; tosuitYOU... «ra » SPECIALTY it ' Sunnybrae Beauty Sgldri ; 40 Sunnybraft Center, Are*la ' VA J-MH ·: ' I NEED A NEW PEnMANENT BECAUSE: Jint rllhl nqw 1 cannol huy. Yel iptnd.nix llnte In public , My "ireiiM are i ilrlnli- men, Thli I i»iJi« no Idle JJ1. Mr!. Aline M. .Tylttre 016 D Street ' '· Eortkl, California..- · MARRIiGEllKHSES. ... ' 2 ·M'AnmAos-ucF-iisES'; ·; Febroir»'-lB. 1»M · , . Otnlrt Shcru'OOd Bill«rd, Eureka Calif, and Marlene I^ulac Matiar - En«ka. Calll. . . rebrua'ry'sO," 19S« Paul Joseph Vaiqucr. Mj'fr; rla CalU and -Lflha May Pelerjon Arcala. CalK. ' ' Elticrl Euicno Selll. EiireXa, Ca and. Nancy .Lee nohlnjon, Coo ·n?o"a,°!%Roy ' Kollner. Arcal. Calif, and Dclya F»yc Woc,m Distinctive HAIR STYLING . DlKilmlnallnl LadUi . Daly's Bequly Salon Mi "F" St., EureXa HI 1-UU · The Nicest Coniplirp'ejrrt you ea'n niy'younell ii havlnl J-our balr ilyled In our Bllon. · LUCILLE STAJfrOI^D, . · · VIOLA LdZINSKY.. Hair FaiWfcn Slyllng Experla COZY'BEAUTY SHOP III "M" Slreal ,. ,Ht 3t«M -- Permonsmly Yours-. Inlra ^EE°B r 6BlRi8K r * tor 3ceclaily--MacrilnalMa Permanent! Now a o'pcralon io"ietv» you. ALLGIRE'S Be8'u|yfS«lo'n Laura AHgi re-- 'Owner =i XV.biih Av« . . ' · HI 2-3*M J Special I-I ' ·PERhMNENTWAVE . ' . ' . . ' . ;SO ·:""-'""" Elite Beauty Shoppe ::-- Hi "f;;'!!^" 1 " ·' PlWONtt HOIKES, « '. :'; ..r.. l . - S . - ' l · : : SUBSRiBER5 . :IN EUREKA: : · If you fail to ; re*ive your · Standard by 6-.00-.-p. m. Ph. HI 2 - 1 7 1 l.-Lfnei open - .till. 7 p. m. on Standord ] n H l D H / M t « l « . S - T . . I . . i . ^ , Irvln Euel nancy, Eureka, C a l i f , and HOIIO Marcarel Jameson, EurcVa. C a l i f , ' IK APPRECIATION, J.EGAL NOTICES No. 13512 Deal. 2 NOT1CF. 70 C R E t l l T O R S In the Matter of the Estate of A N N I L. McMILLAN, Deceased. Notice Is hereby Klveri by the in ir.ed. M a r r y H. Setvile. Exeeulor o he Eslale of Annie 1.. McMillan, de !d; to Ihe creditors of ami all pe ons having claims aaalnst the sa ecedent, to file them, with, the r.ece ary vouchera. within six months r" h e . f i r s t publication of this notice he office of Ihe clerk of Ihe Super! Court of the State . o f California in . or the County of Ifumboldl, or present them, with Ihe necessary vouc ra. w i t h i n six months a f l e r the f i r publication oi this notice 10 Ihe la tarry H. Ke\ Street, Furek. _ ,, _ at 21M California. Victor 7.*m Office which last nam place the underslfned selects as ilaee of business In all matters c-c nrclctl with the estate of said drceden .Dated at Eureka, California, Februa *' " a H A H H Y If. SELVAGE, F.xeculor of the Estate of Annie L. M c M i l l a n , de- ceaied. VICTOR ZAMPATTI. Attorney for Executor. J/22-3/1, «. I* 'SI W e - w i s h ' t o exprc*^ our «[nc * IhaqVs and apprecUiEnn to our many Jrlendi and r e l a t i v e ! for Ihe lympalhy and Vinrtnejs ex- tcndtd us durln* the. recent IOH of our .Wed one, Harry Franklin McMath. ,, .; ,, .. Mn. Myrll« E. McMalh. lOJT'i FOUND.. 15 ' COURTESY SERVICE Anyone flndlnt key*, gUiiei lost artlcld m « y them lo "*"" CLASSIFIED LOST AND FOUND - . 'REWARD Lost near I l l h and X Sli.. Eme, 7 days ago, 5 month old Beale Hound · Do«. Female. L l n h t brown'and w h i t e 1n color. Answers t o - n n m e ol "Topsy". Pleair Phone 111 3-M17. Found In v i c i n i t y of Market Feb. 17. 5oi licensed. HI 3-3736 ty of Courlliousc [7. Spaniel puppy 19 by 7:30 a.m.'phons HI 2 - 1 7 1 1 . L\r.a upon until ? a. m. on Timet. FORTUNA--II you fall to receiva your Times by 7:30 'a', m. or your Standard, by 4:00 p. m. Phona Mrs. Perdew RAndolph 52249. - ... .-'. i . In Croscont .Cily. I),you do not,raceiva.your Humbold!. Times please phons Laura Paugh' 8084. CJom- plainti are taken until 10 a. m. -. · r ARCATA ' ' If your Humboldt Stan-. dard Isn't, received by 6pO p.m.' Gall VA. 2-4084 not later ttian 7 p. m. -Ths Humboldl Times'isn't received by 7:30 a. m. CaD VA 2-4084 not lalar than 8KX) a. m. ' ' ' ' Card Party, Bel fllver Grange Femdate, Saturday, February 2! Gamea 7:JO.'Cirdi t:30. Public «ames. r.»«ry Wednesday nlarhl 9 o'clock.' Enlles ll»ll 1917 California street. ^ard Parly, Humboldt Gra Spruco Point, Tuesday, Febiu ary 25. Games 7:M. Cards B:3Q. 23 "Yummy in, the tummy" IS MASTER BIG LOAr Alter Feb. 19, IKi. t w i l l not b responsible- for any debls, con traded by anyone other tlr myself. Slgntd-Carl JacXson. FICRISIS DOLSON FLORIST SHOP (M years of service with the finest in flowtra.l £ F( 3-20SI BH Oren Sumps ] Russ HendCrion Center Flowers · FOR ALL OCCASIONS CALL ' EUREKA FLORIST «1 riFTJt HI J - M M Alter J o. m. Phonu HI J-«M BIRTHS 1 SCOTIA Fanony, Nfr. a n d Mrs. Lnrieno, 111. I. Box 515,' Fortur.s. Glr^ on rebruarr 20. Blaha. Mr. »nd Mn. tinner, Redwood Hlitiway. Tortuni. Boy on February 21. T R I N I T Y Flockharl. .Mr, nt Vrs. Mdx, 2JIO "I" Street, Arcati, Girl on February 21. Susmfkh. Mr. and Mrs. Douilss, Rt. 2. Box 2*n. ArcntA. Girl on Fehnilry 21. ST. JOSEPH Tailor. ^Tr. and Mrs. Glenn, 2»9 H a r r l i . E u r e k a . Bfly on Feliniary 20. O f N K K A I . Heirlck. Mr. «nd Mrs. Cyril. 2430 Fast 7lh. K u r e k a . Boy on February 21. Ernfrrlenccd dress maker. Will do alteration!. VA 2-4219 Import Service. C. L. England* 1427 FalrfJeld. Eurekl. Phon Ht J-51M SITU4TIOHS WAKT.. WQMEK 50 Trained Dental Nurse . wanla ro*ltlon. VA 2-01U Experienced work by 2-M71. housekeeper desires h o u r or week. HI Housework by Ihe hour. Ht 2-7301 between and p. m. or 2134 SprLnc. foundry, wash and dry lOe Ib. Ironlnf. curtain! carefully done.'. HI 1-iaa. Free p:cKup. Flffure Ftle ReOuclnr Solan Open Eves, by App*,lnlmcnt. 2415 "E" SI. Thone III 2-9(5S 8ETTY LOUISE SHOP Olftt, Cards,'Flowers 25» 8 SI. Ill 2-6742 HAVE YOUJV WATCH FJ.ECTHOHICAI.I.Y CHECKED At TAHIO'S «7 FIFTH ST. SITH.MIOHS W4RTED, HfN 51 Sl.irrlcd, reliable lube and service nation attendant desires full or part lime. HI 2-9352 a n y l l m e . HELP WAKTED, WOHJH 52 Complete D»trctive Aqency U t M A R J. DCTBO ti STAFF P. O Bos at. Eureka. II] 3-21lt _ _ _ MAIM Removed permanently by R i f l l lered Cltctroloflst Eslelle Hem Watch, clock, clock radio, and radio repair,n*, BROWNS JEWELRY. 118 STH ST rheri"who "can devoir 2J lo 30 houri per »cfh. Earn $7»--500 / per week- Pica.'* *ve phona number, axe, subject or «rarte leach!,!* and whetc. In conh- dtncr. Bnx 2B7 c/o Eui«kJl Newspapers, lr,e. Exctic Earing ·t CANTON CAKC. 6. W BEAUTY ETTE 2S11 "£" St. Ml Open Evci. by Anr^iiilm Wont A Gift For Her? A Roterrr.uad Fur! FREE CT.A5VSES - FlhtP Plft mtbint s1»rl1n.i Calt WALVS riow«r shop. HI a-2601. your Income ktpt P.KC with ih.e rising cost ot living? St-mf- fer Home Program Sa!cj con- suLUnlt enjoy earnings o( $600 a memlh and uo- If OU need »nd want a fuiure. Apply in prr?«n *l SUurTrr Home Plan office. 513 6lh St. EMPI-OVED WOMF.N -- Do you work wr\frti you come I n - c o n tact wilTi i3 or mor« pwple » d»y? Why nn[ ten tHem Avon g n«rv.;licj? W r f i e Avon, Box 43 , .F.U. roller Vallfy. Calif. alor lo rent boolh in ihop. Inquire Orchid op. IMS Q St. in w i t h And

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