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   Eureka Humboldt Standard (Newspaper) - August 6, 1962, Eureka, California                               HUMBOLDi; STANDARD Monday, Aug> Paul Revere's father was bora in Petigueux, .France, qyyxiilj. .w S-2 sportsbriefs bn Redwood Rest Haven Care for Ambulatory Aged ALL PRIVATE ROOMS HI 2-7783', 4041 F St. EUREKA FIVE NEW JHEETS DUNEDIN, Flai (UPD-Wome golfers making the profession fall tobr this year will shoot a a total of. in prize mono with the addition of five new lou naments, The tour opens with th Spokane Women's Open, Aug. 3 Sept. 3 and closes with the 3aig Haig Scotched mixed four some in Sebring, Fla., Dec. 13-16 KING FOR CARPET? LOOK NO MORE! Just telephone McMahan's and we'll gladly bring samples to your liome. It's easy to select" the right quality and color when you see the carpet in the room where you'll use it. You can choose from wools, cottons, nylons, any of the leading carpet fibres. Stop hunting... give McMahan's a call... select your carpet the modern intelligent way... in your own home today! sth 4 e sts. Eureka HI 3-7363 WHERE YOU CAN USE YOUR FLEXIBLE HBSONAUItP CRIDIT TODAY! Brother Juniper "What I wouldn't give to be shoveling a nice cool Sewing Club Picnic Aug. 12 ARCATA Empress Sewing iub members will hold their an- tal picnic al the Odd Fellows ark at Big Lagoon on Sunday, ugust 12. Lunch will be at 1 m. The club will furnish coffee. Members are asked to bring their own table service and food. All members of the club and their families, members of Anni- versary lodge and their families, Theta Rho girls and Jr. Odd Fel- lows are cordially invited to at- tend. Playhouse Activities Talk Topic Robert Titlow, onei.ot the orga nizers of the Union Reperlor company: now In its second: sum mer season at the Arcata Mino Theatre, told the Arcata Kiwani club at Big Four Thursday eve- ning that more than 150 persons actors, musicians, technica anf business staff are partlci paling. He 'said the compan; lop'es eventually to have a month- ong season and to draw actor and audiences from outside Ar catp. The Shakespearean Festi 'al last year brought hi some threi million dollars to Ashland, Ore ;on, he said. Francis Stebbins served hairman. Hubert Lowder of Low ler's Body Shop, Arcata, was in lucted as a new member. Dale ,alng was awarded the attend' nee prize. Robert Morrison, firsl ice-president, presided. Visitors -ere Dr. Vincent Sansone, Cliff 'etersen, George Giamalis ant Valton Gill, of Eureka Kiwanis; nd Wendy Cole of North Arcata Kiwanis. I p I w 1 I I I 1 h I m I i 1 Now At Your Safeway... IDAHO GEM POTATOES U.S. No. 1 PACK SEE WHAT YOU BUY! Jumbo Size Plenty of rhiclc, Pink Meat (27's Size) Cantaloupes Freestone Peaches Choice Bananas J. H. Hale Variety Golden-Ripe Fresh Peach Ice Cream 59< Tuesday Values Orange Juice BREAD Lucerne Gallon Carton Scotch Treat... Frozen 6-oz. Can Skylark Crushed (Regular 35c) Special Red's Chili Con Carne Mix Quick! Convenient! Easy To Guaranteed To Please! 7-oz. Package Chuck Barbecue Franks Made From Lean U.S.D.A. .'Choice" Grade 69 ency hospital. Mrs. Bud Webb, RN, of the loca CD group, will be director of nurs ing for the test exercise. Dr. Fred Olson, Fortuna medi cal CD Dofficer, spoke on the im portance of a successful exercise W, Bolls All Over The Place' A car carrying six members ol Belmont family and towing i 'acatlon trailer and a boat flippe< iver on the Big Lagoon freeway Saturday afternoon but no .one vas injured. The highway patrolman who irst reached the scene radiosc leadquarters: "It's right in the middle of the reeway and there are nuts and oils all over the place." Patrolmen said Mrs. Margit looper, 39, of Belmont, the driv- r, lost control while northbound n a downgrade. All three sections of the cara- an flipped over and landed on leir backs, wheels up. PALMER, PLAYER TEAMED NEW YOHK (UPI) dial- iingo Golf, a aeries of 13 matches tarring Arnold Palmer teamed vlth Gary, Player in match play gainst top pros, will be tele- Iscd by ADC-TV on Saturdays nd Sundays beginning on Jan. 5 nd 6, 196! Benbow Inn Event Slated For Historical Society Members of the Humboldl Mrs. Ruby Van Deventery newly- Bounty Hlitorical Society plan- elected regional vice president of. to attend the joint meeting the Conference of California His- with the Mendocino Hisorical torical Societies'and representing Society Benbow Inn next Sun- Del Norte, Humboldt and Mendo- Aug. 12, were'urged today cino counties, will head a group by Richard T. Harville, commit from Crescent City. lee chairman, to make reserva- without delay. "There is a great deal of hi terest being shown in this meet Harville stated, "and in fairness to the Greyhound people and the Benbow Inn it will be necessary to request reservations not later than Friday of this week so that arrangements'may be made for .handling the large crowd expected .to attend. A chartered Greyhound bus will leave Eureka at 11 a.m. with ar- rival at, Benbow Inn scheduled for :buffet luncheon will be served at 1 o'clock. This will be followed by a program of short talks on Southern Humboldt and Mendocino history. Featured speaker of the day will be Mrs. Thomas Mqungovan of Point -Arena, president of the Mendocino Historical Society. She will relate historic events in the settlement of the southern Men- docino coast. "Then and Now" will be the subject of a talk given by George while Carl Sauer of Fort Bragg will recall interest- ing historical events of that city. Representing the Humboldt group will be Mrs. Magaret Cook who will relate stories of the Garber- vllle area. Other speakers will be, Mrs. Martha Roscoe of Mattole' and James P. Tryner of Eureka. With the deadline for reserva- tions on the bus set for Friday night, Harville requests that those planning to attend phone him at HI 2-9061 or send 'tehir ?5 check, which includes bus transportation and buffet luncheon, to him at 2495 D street. A charge of for the lunch-' eon only will be made for thos using their own transportation. ON YOUR OWN 0 BUT NOT ALONE 8 WouH you like io reap the bene- fits of self-employment? Do you want a business of your own with the backing o! 20-year established National company' Complete N.Y. home office and field training provided, if you qualify. S7500 minimum investment {in- cludes S12.UOO retail inventory) nuts you info a business which lias been endorsed by thousands of small businessmen and fea- tured in trade journals through- out the country. 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