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Eureka Humboldt Standard (Newspaper) - August 6, 1962, Eureka, California These girls, all 1962 graduates of Humboldt county high schools, are candidates'for. the title of queen of the Seventh Annual Red- wood Empire All-Star Football Classic. They're sponsored by teams of the Redwood Empire Pop Warner League, which stages the an- nual classic. The queen will be chosen by vote of the 48 players in the contest-. Candidates (1 to r) include: Roselynn Goff, Fern- dale; Donna Anderson, Eureka; Tahni Myers, Eureka; Cathy Ca- hill, St. Bernard's; Karen Wood, South Fork; and Pam Davis, Ar- cata.- Not shown: Collyn McWhorter, Fortuna. Seven Persons Injured In Four Traffic Crashes One Fire Call Over Weekend The Eureka fire department an swered one call over the week- end, that one to a minor blaze in a residence at 2039 Williams street where a chesterfield aws fire. The home is that of on Robert Barnum, local real estate broker. The call came at p.m. Sunday, Humboldt Fire District 1 re- ported no activity on. either day. Woman Tortured by Agonizing ITCH nearly itched to death I found a new wonder creme.Now I 'm writes AI rs. P.RamiayofLA.Calif. Here's blessed felicf from of vaginai jich, rectal itch, chafing, rash __ and eczema iviih an amazing new scientific medicated creme kills harmful baci while it soothes raw, irritated an tissue. Stops speeds healing. Oon't suffer! Get LANACANJi at druggists. Efforts lo avoid hitting a cat ir the roadway led to one of four traffic accidents over the week end, in which seven, persons were, injured. Mrs. Clara- Jane 22. of Eureka swerved the wheel o her car to avoid the cat on Slate Sign-Route 9G at p.m. yestei: day, ran off the east side of the road and struck a culvert! The road and stl'uck a culvert. The car overturned, landing wheels p. Mrs. Sonberg, her three year old daughter Rebecca, and Pa trieia Tyson, 23, a passenger, all were taken to Klamath-Trinily liospita 1 at Hoopa for emergency aid, then returned to Eureka. Most seriously injured is Mrs. Sonberg, who was transferred to St. Joseph hospital here where at- aches said today she probably las a fractured clavicle in addi- tion to multiple bruises and :uts. The other two were treated for minor injuries, according to High- way Patrol reports. In a second Sunday accident, on the Fieldbrook Road at mid- night, John Guinup, 37, of Ar- cata was injured when a car driv- en by John Edward Toney, 27, roadway and struck a 'Stmp and a fence. Guinup was. taken to Trinity hospital in Arcata with reportedly minor injuries. Two Eureka sisters were in- jured Saturday afternoon in a two- car collision at Park and Myrtle Avenue. The Highway Patrol said driver of one car, Karol Nordstrom, 17, and her sister and passenger, Franny, 13, were hurt. The young- er girl was' admitted to St. Jo- seph hospital. Her sister was reated by a private doctor. The patrol said a car driven, by Victor Sundberg, 22, of Eureka, urned in front of the westbound Nordstrom cr. A Eureka teenage boy was hurt Saturday afternoon when he fell rom an auto 'which struck a bank on the Mountain View Road, East German Pact Wiift Red China ..BERLIN (UPI) East Ger- many announced Sunday that il signed a trade agreement -with Communist China Saturday. East Germany will deliver ma chinery and industrial equipment to China in exchange for miner- als, chemicals, textiles, tea, food products, and light industrial Soods. No value was indicated for the treaty. DENIED MOVE REPORT SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (UPJJ- General Manager Charles (Chick) O'Malley denied reports, Tuesday that the Eastern League's Spring- field franchise might be moved to Connecticut. 5.4 miles east of the Kneeland Road. The Highway Patrol said Steven Wahlund whs taken to General lospital with moderate injuries by game warden Frank James. The patrol said the car's driver, 17-year-old David Leeper, missed shift on an upgrade' and the auto rolled backwards and struck .he bank. Wahlund was ejected. HUMBOLDTSTANDARD Monday, Aug. '6, 1962, P. 28 "Chess is said to be the most uni- 'crsal of all games. It has devot- ees in every civilized land of tho ivorld. REMEMBER ME? Paul MacMillan Insurance All Forms Ask about PREMATIC Monthly Payments INSURANCE 923-4th St. HI 2-3729 Seven bright new June-bouquet high school graduates yesterday were named candidates for Ihe contest lo.be held in conjunction with Ihe Seventh Annual Redwood Empire All-Star Foot- ball Classic scheduled in Arcata, Aug. 25. The sponsoring Redwood Empire Pop Warner Fgotball League has named the Misses Tahni Myers, Cathy Cahill and Donna Ander- son, of Eureka; Pam Davis, of Arcala; Karen Wood, of Garberville; Collyn McWhorter, of Fortuna, and Roselynn Goff, of Ferndali the queen candidates. One of the seven will be elcctc )y the young football playei .vho are also 1962 graduates, icauty is included in one of I Redwood Empire's top sporting a raclions of the year. The classic is a benefit garr for the Humboldt County Chapl if Mentally Retarded Children. Candidates will be introduci o the All-Stars as a welcomin banquet at -Humboldt State August 18. Later they will attei social evening On August 23. Th players will elect the winner, iecrel ballot the following day. The Queen, who will be announ ad during, the pre-game cerem lies in Humboldt State's Redwoo Bowl, will reign over the game an after-game dance, and make pr filiations of the Most Valuab 3laycr awards. 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The daughtei of Mrs. Bettye Myers, of 3135 Pros- pect Avenue, was last fall's home- coming queen at Eureka and serv- ed as song leader. She is a brun- nolle. Miss Cahill, 18-year-old blonde, is a 19G2 graduate of St. Bernard's High in Eureka, where she was student. body secretary, a cheer leader for four years and won a life membership in the CSF scholastic society. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cahill, of 31C6 Oregon street, and plans to attend Holy Name College :n Oakland, where she will major in foreign languages, concentrat- ing on German and French. Miss Wood, a June graduate of South. Fork High, was a cheer- leader for four years, active in student affairs- and attended a number of youth conferences, in eluding California Girls' Stale in 19G1. The blonde is the daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. Kverctt Wood o Garberville and will enter Ca Poly of San Luis Obispo to study home economics. Miss McWorler was also a high school cheerleader. A 1962 gradu- ate of Fortuna, she was active in s' activities and served as Queen of the 1961 Fortuna Rodeo. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry McWhorter, of 1220 tome Avenue, and plans to allend Santa Rosa Junior college this II. Miss a song leader at Eurbka High, is the daughter of Ir. and Mrs. George Anderson of 431 9th street.' The 18-year-old luburn plans to attend Humboldl late and major in some field of cience. Miss Davis, an Ill-year-old bru- lelte was both a song and cheer eader'at Arcata and was Queen )f their Junior-Senior Prom. She s Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otho Davis of 902 14th street and ill major in home economics at Iiimboldt State. Miss Goff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Charles Goff of 1440 Ross in Ferndale, was Queen jf her Senior Ball, and was active n chorus and girls' athletics. She ill also attend Humbo'dt Slate and major in history. Fashion Show Sept. 21 By Pink Ladies One oi the first fashion show dates set for the fall season is in September 21 when St. Joseph lospital Auxiliary will have a dessert bridge and fashion show at Eureka Woman's club. The 'ink Ladies Auxiliary hopes to nakc this an annual benefit affair. All members and associate members of the Auxiliary have )ccn asked to make tip a table >r tables. There will be numer- ous prizes and each hostess will urnish her own cards and )ri7.es for her own (able. The show will feature hand knits vith Jane Wilcox as commenta- or. Reservations are lo be mnde >y September 14 with either ilrs.' Thomas Lannin HI 2-6331 or vith Mrs. Robert Arkley, III I-3W2, VON YACHT HACK POOLE, England can bonlmnn Dr. Brilton Chimco nllcd Complex III lo (he 5.5 me- er yncht world championship in i 'oole Hny Tuesday, John B., leered by H. II. Symonclle of ic linhnmns, finished second in 10 overall standings. Why Detour? "Take the Right road to. 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