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Eureka Humboldt Standard (Newspaper) - August 6, 1962, Eureka, California 4 omen MARGARET DELANEY, EDITOR HUMHOLDT STANDARD Aug. 6, 1962, P. 10 FRESH FASHIONS Dun't watch for a single "look" in fashion this fall. Fashion is evolving season by season, just as it should. The new fashions will have a fresh, different loo. GOLD I'UMI'S Contrary to what some women seem to think, gold leather not for street wear. Those pump, in gold with medium heel definitely for evening. Symmetry and har- mony with the physical features of the earth are possible -with the under- standing of how the body moves and how it can move most freely all of this is taught in the Modern Dance. H ere Gayle Frakes demon- strates this one-ness. (Photo: Gee) f V t t i 1 aj n. f' "V f, 4 t T 1 STORE HOURS: lo 12 noon lo 9 WHF annua swim suit clearance our famous WHF quality swimwear now off all top name brands the most elaborate selec- tion in recent years special note: moke plans lo at lend our campus fashion show at Harbor Lanes, Monday, Aug. 6 ol P.M, and again at our More PM. the same day fealurcd will be Pamela Jean Gamble, California 7TH E STREETS GREEN STAMPS RCA CREDIT FREE PARKING As natural as the earth formations around her, 'oggy Blake lifts up from mat of the nany natural expressions learned in the school of .he Modern Dance being taught at HSC. FUJI CIIOKKIl Thought for that out-of-fnsh- n hill still-good fur collar; eh it from Iho coiil and havo it mlr into a lilllr fur choker lo car with your new collarlcss nt or Miil. IMI'OHTANT FIHST STKI' The addition of lemon juice in your foot halh will blench your toonails unil help remove slains from your (col, an im- porianl first step in the weekly Masculine interest in learning the art of free motion in the Modern Dance is evidenced here by Dave Littleton, Humbol'dl Stale college football player. The art is catching on rapidly in the area as a new link in community expansion. (Photo; Wilson) Complete enjoyment of movement by know- ing how to fulfill the use of muscular control through realistic methods of the Modern Dance is shown by (left to Nancy Akana, Kim Oga- ta and Shirley McNelly. Classes are taught at Humboldt State college by Dr. Gertrude Mooney and their attraction is spreading about the cam- pus life. Class enroll- ment is expanding rap- idly each semester. (Photo: Doug Wilson) Farewell Party For Mrs. Partain Mrs. Gerald Partain was guest of honor at luncheon held by Mrs. Ernest Salo in her home on Az- alea Hill recently. Mrs. Partain leaving soon with her hus- band and family for a two-year stay in New York. Partain will attend Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y., work- ing on his doctor's degree on a National Science Foundation fej- lowship. He is an associate professor of forestry at Humboldt State Col- lege. Those attending were Mrs. James Cast, Mrs. Charles McDcr- mid, Mrs. George Allan, Mrs. Sichard Ridcnhour, Mrs. Fred Tel-: onichcr, and Mrs. Jay Willard. Girl Scout Day Camp At Scotia Opens The Girls Seouts of the Ee! Riv- er district will hold a day camp at Scotia today (August G> and August 7, 9, 14, and IS'. The camp has been named the Redwood Grove day camp. There 75 girls, 15 adult leaders and eight junior staff members registered. The fee for the camp is and covers insurance, milk and program supplies. The camp will begin at 10 a.m. with a flag ceremony and doss with a retreat of the colors at 4 p.m. Director is Mrs. Randall Bran- stetter of Ferndale. Mrs. Robert Feldmiller, Fortune, is the co-di- rector. Equipment chairmen are Mrs. Bernard Hughes, Fortuna, and Mrs. Lino Mogni of Ferndale. Program specialists include Mrs. Helen Snelson, Mrs. Orvil Overbold, Scotia; Mrs. 'Jackie Strehl, Rohnervillc, and "Chip" Scotia. The junior staff consists of Bon- nie Rye, Lyhette Finley, Cindy Maddox, Barbara Bethea, Karen Snelson, Ann Feldmiller, Sharon Sweet and Caj'ol George. Legion Auxiliary Officers Are Installed Installation for the American Legion Stuart Macklin Unit was reld July 14 at the Ferndale Me- morial Building with the Stuart Macklin Post District Command- er, Ralph Oakley, and president Mrs. Ralph Oakley officiating. Assisting were Mrs. James Thomas as sergeant of arms and Mrs. Robert Overholt as chap- ain. Auxiliary officers installed vere: Mrs. Robert Strong, presi- dent; Mrs. George Hansen, first vice president; Mrs. Charles Bish- op, second vice prseident; Mrs. Gerald Griffith, secretary-treasur- er; Annabelle Shaw, chaplain; llrs. Bernice Mills, historian; .Irs. Amelia Toroni, sergeant at arms, and Mrs. Merlon Bertlesen, marshal. Gerald Griffith, the new first listrict historian, was the outgo- ng commander. Charles Goff was nstalled as the new post com- mander. Gifts were presented to the dis- ricl president and her assistants, ilso lo the musician. Miss Shirley Vicholsen. Corsages of poppies vere presented to all parlicipat- ng in the inslallalion. The posl and unil inslallation [as preceded by a lurkey dinner. Guests were Ralph Oakley, first lislrict commander, and his wife, istrict president of.Ukiah; Rob- rl Overholt, first district vice ommander, and his wife; Mrs. Villard Lorenz, post districl pres- dent; Mrs. Verna Shelton; and Irs. James Thomas, all of Eu- eka; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Slallz nd Mr. and Mrs. Charles Os- wald .of Forluna; Mr. and Mrs. veith Nicholson' and daughter birley of Ferndale. Shirley the unit representative to .rirls' Stale this year. cut' moving costs RENT A HERTZ TRUCK Move it yourself In a clean, sturdy Chevrolet, CMC oftrthar truck Many with Hydraulic tiftgatej, pads and dollies available Low rates Include Insurance... fjas and oil (even if you have to buy it on the road) Rent by the hour, day, week or longer You need only proper license and Identification HMRTZ HERIZ Rental Sirvici ticIIIH A. B. SCARLETT Summer Grant Sts. Eureka Ph. HI 2-3721 Do You Have A Plumbing Problem? CALL US For Advice Service _ iio-im Cut 617 Harold Fiih.r Plumbing ft Sh.ot Metal 627 St Al Orolh Owbervlll. John Ryan Plumbing W] California St., Eur.t. City Wlmlei.lt Plumbing Co. 2255 Myrtln Woitern Plumbing 1039 B St., Eureka Don Plumbing 2110 Enitrn Art.t. 'VA J.( AiMclutd Plumblno Conlrmori Inc of .M MM. 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