Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on January 26, 1947 · Page 29
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REPUBLIC CITY .(Section 3) rage 9 .The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona. Sunday, January 26, 1947 x m w ave ormer lease, he has been attending Phoenix Junior College. While in the navy Mr. Husky received the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal with two gold stars, and the naval unit citation. He is a member of the Sciots. we're home," she said, "and find out when we'll be staying in the same cities. Then we forsake letter writing for good gabfests." Extremely colorful in that they are resperesnative of the country's major cities, the golfers' wives are uniformly gracious in- their manner, smart in their clothes and nearly rabid in their praise of Phoenix. 'J-1 v r Golfers' Wi ves Arrive For Meet (Continued From Page 1) more than a year ago, and in his first year back in the golf game was named the "golfer of the year," won the Professional Golfers Association title, the Goodall round robin, the Western Open and the North and South open. Last year he beat Herman Keis-er in the playoff for the Phoenix crown. Earlier in 1940, '41 and '42, be eiLEflBflfJGE SALE on Drapery Fabrics, Cottage Sets, Dress Material, Sweaters, Blankets LADIES' RAYON HOSE p,r59c PHOENIX GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORE 236 East Washington ph. 3-4693 5 J tL March Of Dimes Dance Slated By Local Club As their contribution to the current March of Dimes campaign, members of the Cartwright Com Informal Dance Due For Student Nurses An informal dance, the first in a series of events honoring the graduation of a class of nurses from St. Joseph's Hospital, will be staged at 9 p. m. Friday in' St. Mary's Social hall, Fourth and Van Buren streets. Lou Hackmeier's orchestra will provide dance music, and underclass students who planned the dance will serve as hostesses at the event. Miss Mary Mclntyre, chairman, will be- assisted by the Misses Barbara Rice, Billy Jean Thompson, Francis Nasser and Jean Luther. fore going into the army, he was the leading money winner in golf circles. munity Club will sponsor a dance at Mrs. Jimmy Demaret is a com- pletely engaging redhead of petite ; Holiday Bride Mrs. Libbie Goodwin of Tempe has announced the marriage of her daughter. Miss Dorothy Julia Goodwin, to Howard C. Vaughn, Christmas live in the El Rancho Hotel in Gallup, N. M. The Rev. Harry Patten of the Congregational Church in Gallup performed the ceremony. The bride chose a powder-blue suit of gabardine and accessories of gold. She wore an orchild corsage. Daughter of Mrs. Goodwin of Tempe and the late J. C. Goodwin, the hridp is a graduate of Tempe Hjgh School and of Arizona State College at Tempe. She later took d postgraduate course in home economics at Oregon State College at Corvallis. Mrs. Vaughn taught school at Coolidge. Ray. St. David. Cottonwood and near Patagonia before going into the Waves. During her two years of service, she spent 17 months at Alameda Naval Air Station as a pharmacist's mate, second class. After her release she worked as a physiotherapist at Good Samaritan Hospital for a year and as a dietitian at the Veterans Hospital for several months. Originally from Rocky Ford, Coin., Mr. Vaughn spent many years in the seod husiness on the West Coast. Before coming to 9 p. m. naay in tne school auditorium. The function is open to the public. Planning the vent are Mesdames W. E. Best, Clyde Hussey and John Shawver. Clay Ramsey's orchestra will furnish music for dancing. proportions who calls iiouston, Tex., her home. She described her method of keeping up with golfers' wives she meets on the circuits. Anne Evans Is Bride Now honeymooning in Los Angeles are the former Anne C. Evans and her bridegroom of Thursday evening, Milton J. Husky, whose marriage was solemnized before the altar of the First Congregational Church. For the ceremony read by the Rev. Fredrick B-arihill, the bride wore a blue crepe afternoon dress with black accessories and white camellias arranged, in a corsage. Her father, John Henry Evans, gave the bride in marriage. Mrs. George Husky, matron of honor, selected a winter white afternoon dress with brown accessories. Her flowers were blue iris. Mr. Husky served the bridegroom as best man. Guests were ushered to their places by Johnnie Shawver and Gene Lembacher. A reception in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C J. Mullen, 2843 North 25th avenue, followed the exchange of vows. After February 1 the couple will be at home at 517 East Pierce street. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Evans, the bride was graduated from Phoenix Union High School where she belonged to the Oratorio Society and the Phoenix Assembly No. 1, Order of Rainbow for Girls. Sbe has been employed as a secretary here. The bridegroom, whose mother is Mrs. Marie Husky of Phoenix, also was graduated from Phoenix Union High School and served 3'4 years in the navy. Since his re "We write to each other when ttiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii RECENT BRIDE: Simple rites read in the El Rancho Hotel in Gallup, N. M December 24, united 3Iis Dorothy Julia Goodwin of Tempe and Howard C Vaughn of this city. The couple has established a home in Musicians Study Group To Meet Here Tomorrow The Musicians Club study group will meet tomorrow morning in the home of Mrs. Clarence War-renberg to conclude a study of "Wagner and His Music." Recorded music will follow a series of lectures by club members. I P i JLermanents I OF POLISHED I PERFECTION and glamorous Coiffures RUTH HOLLIS s well known Phoenix Beautician, Is now on our beauty staff. Jokake Guests HOUSE OF BEAUTY Roland To View Play Dramatics students from Arizona State College at Tempe will present Chekov's play, "The Boor" to guests at Jokake Inn at 8:30 p. m. Thursday in the inn's lounge. Cast members will be Marilyn Lee, Charles Shore and Edward Pigg. A string quartet composed of Edgar Kirsch, Faith Homan, Dahl Merrill and John Stone, all Phoenix in 19-14 to become manager of Germain's Seed Company, he resided in Salinas, Calif., for 12 years. His affiliations include the Optimist Club and the Masonic Order. The couple Is making a temporay home at 1801 '4 North 10th street, waiting completion of a home at Alta Vista road and South Fifth avenue. I 2730 N. Central Ave. Ph. 5-0484 CLOSED MONDAYS 5iiHiiiHiimHiiiHimiiiiiiiniMiiniMiiiiMiiHiimiiHiiiiiiM Another New Arrival in Red ... The HEART-BEAT by JOHANSEN COOLEY'S PEACOCK SHOE SHOP 3 1 North First Avenue D 0 (BVJ LTD en Villat Circletie COLD WAUE The Deluxe Cold Wave that's Sprayed Into Your Hair! 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Glen Smoot. traffic engineer of the Arizona Highway Iepartment will present a safety plaque to Jewel Jordan, club president. Mrs. Jordan also will read a letter of congratulation from Governor Osborn. Mrs. Jay Minsch. program chairman, will introduce as special guests, Andrew L. Case, state supervisor of driver training and safety education: Rufus Coulter, chief of police; Cal Boies. Maricopa county sheriff, and Mrs. Boies; Jack Acton, president of the Phoenix Advertising Club; and P.eg Manning, cartoonist for Phoenix Newspapers, Jnc. Crepes, Black or White, Rayon Mesh Rayon Jersey, Rayon Prints RAY0II BATISTE 36-ln. Wide Mrs. jonn Haberstron, Aitoona, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hahn, Yakima, Wash. Also. Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay C. Herkness, Philadelphia, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Maloney, Cedar Rapids, la., Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmide, Winnetka, 111., Mrs. Frederick L. Sivyer, Milwaukee, Wis., Mrs. Henriett Beanbien, Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. C. L. Auger, Ridge-wood, N. J.. 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