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St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri • Page 66

St. Louis, Missouri
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6 ii PU lOii cTiniiin nnpTnirnTnii ai.tuuio rurirAin Future Bride Basketball Queen. Miss Lynn Buyan, daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. John Buyan, 2208 West Adams street, St. Charles, has been chosen basketball queen of Duchesne High School.

She will be crowned at the coronation ball at the school this evening. Maids in her court include Miss Barbara Hollander, Miss Patti Pope and Miss Sanda Doza. The queen and her maitW will also be present for the homecoming game Tuesday evening when Duchesne meets Peoria High School. .1 4 t'j' if i (' Sample --Martin Bcnwrtlc MISS EUGENIA PROSSER FLQRSHEIM One Week Only! Have Your Broken Heels Repaired! We'll do a terrific refinish job, too! Van-dervoort's quality workmanship. No reptiles.

3.49 Try Our Complete Shoe Repair Service Dyeing, handbag and zipper repair, re-weaving carefully done. WOMEN'S SHOES 1 Eugenia Ann Prosser Prospective Bride OfDr.J.V.O'Donnell MR. AND MRS. RUSSELL JOSEPH PROSSER, 6212 Arendes drive, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Eugenia Ann Prosser, to Dr. Joseph Vincent O'Donnell.

The wedding probably will take place next spring. Miss Prosser received a B.S. In speech correction from St. Louis University, where she became a member of Kappa Beta Gamma sorority. She is a speech therapist for the Special District for Handicapped Children here.

In the summer of 1959 the bride-elect toured Europe. She bis one sister, Miss Margaret Mary Prosser. Ul nntl'laA Otilv Size HI mm DOWNTOWN CLAYTON CRCSTWOOO PLAZA SVB SERVICE CENTER DOWNTOWN, 2ND FLOOR i.J i ill 1 1 LAST 6 DAYS! 5 ALL -3 0P SAMPLES Dr. O'Donnell is the son nf Mrs. William V.

O'Donnell, 3438 Russell boulevard, and the late Mr. O'Donnell. An alumnus of St. Louis University School of Medicine, Dr, O'Donnell has been certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, He is an associate member of the American College of Physicians. The prospective bridegrooom served In World War II and in the Korean War as an Army medical officer.

He is the twin of John P. O'Donnell of Atlanta, and the brother also of Mrs. Edward J. Cox, Indianapolis; Mrs. Arthur D.

Woods, Nashville, Miss Kay O'Donnell, William Charles F. nnd Robert J. Samples of shoes I -J 5 3-. i I 3 O'Donnell. JFirsf in Sf.

Louis SLippies ly Formi Now for the tall girl, favorite Skippies in long leg panty or in girdle. Nylon pow-ernet with rayon satin elastic front, back panels, split hip feature. Has 2l2" waist band. Sizes xl. Panty girdle, 12.50; girdle 10.95 "Rave" bra, circle stitched embroidered cotton broadcloth.

White, A32-36, B-C32-38 3.95 WRITE OR PHONE CEntrol 1-7450 SVB Cor.t Salon DOWNTOWN, Third Floor; Also Clayton, Crtstwood Special selling for One Week Only! 't i 7 i sprlnIine. fashion -f' New, frsth styles of patents, colors Styles f)r 'Jress or carnal woar Joann Bommarito Married at Church it. If- 3 -V. MISS JOANN LUCILLE BOMMARITO, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Louis Bommarito, 6166 Lucille avenue, became the bride last Sunday of Dennis Campo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Campo, 4536 Rosewood avenue. The Rev. John Kane performed SVB Shoe CenU-tO VWTCVM.

SMod Abo Cloyton, CrtfooJ V'; 7 Buy on Easy Terms for as Little as You have always wanted a Contour Chair now is the time to buy one at much, much less than regular prices. Only a limited quantity of genuine Contourt in floor samples, demonstrators, some with discontin-ued coverings; one-of-a-kind. 7 00 J3 per week 924 WASHINGTON St. Louis 1, Mo. GA.

1-6538 't ii .1: 4. CHAIN LOUNOC i 0wn Monthly pvvnings until 9 F.M. it t. SIX MORE DAYS TO SAVE! International 1 Sterling 1 Whim 4, 4 Save 30 if i Julu Plfrlo Ih(iiriuilu MRS. DENNIS CAMPO the ceremony at St.

Louise de Mariliac Church. The reception was in the Gold Room of the Sheraton-Jefferson Hotel. The bride wore a candlelight peau de soie gown adorned with laee embroidered with pearls and crystals. Her tulle veil, bordered with lace, was worn madonna style. She carried a praverbook topped pnng until Feb.

1 1 on two famous patterns After the sale, these patterns Sale Air Spun ONE will be available on special order only, at higher prices! Start or complete your set now! MORE WEEK peclalizetl Stratowavc Permanent s10 Convenient terms may be arranged Prices include federal tax floet Sftln Uttt H.lultr l.elal iMipoon $4(0 J. IS 4.0 ric Fork 700 Hi Knilt iu Nyl 4. IS 4. JO 4.20 4.20, J. 80 Extended one week, thrilling savings.

Now at half price plus a special bonus with our certificate have an Stratowave before June 1961, and save again. Complete with shampoo, set and test-curls. Stylist prices slightly higher. Fr Appoinfm.nt Phone CHtitnw 1-7500 er WOedlond 2-8S00 SV Bt.uty S.lon-DOWNTOWN, Floor; Alio Cr.twood VI 24 SO 21.00 U.S0 Feb. 6 to Feb.

18! Save on Air Spun, the nylons that are guaranteed to fit you perfectly, will make your legs look love-lier, give extra comfort and economy. i lad or Pjiry Fork 1 00 Cram Soup Spoon (00 Danart Spoon 4 og lutttr Sprt.dr (flat or hollow handlt) 5 00 Plato StMlnqt -pc. PUco SflMinoj JS 00 S-pe. lac Stttinq 30 00 4--K. Hc Stllirtq J4 00 Otkr Plot Plci Cocktail or Oritar Fork a Coff or CecMail Spoon 2 7S Irtd lvragi Spoon 400 Plac Fork, larqa 00 F'ac Knit largi 7,50 Scrvlnoj Pici Son Bon or Nut Spoon 5 00 Suitor 5nrvinq Knit 7 SO Sorinq Knit 7 50 Cold Mt Fork, larq JO 00 Cold Mat Fork, inull Is 00 Craam Lartl 10 00 fcioy Ladl 15 00 Jll Srvr Ml 4.20 .39 I 25 with ephanotis and orchids.

Mrs. Kevin McGinnis (Dolores Bommarito) was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Vincent Bommarito, the bride's sister-in-law; Miss Joann Campo, the bridegroom's sister, and Miss Ethel Selby. Gowned In grape colored velvet, they wore hats fashioned of frosted berries and held bouquets of violet glamellias.

Mr. Campo had James Mil-burn as best man. Ushers were Michael Shanahan, Anthony Bommarito, brother of the brkle, James Galbraith, Rob-ert Hildenbrand and William Mees. The bride and bridegroom are spending their honeymoon visiting Florida resorts. Wcllcslry Student.

Miss Colleen Ryan, daughter of the Robert J. Ryans of 1509 Mason road, Kirkwood, and a Wellesley College senior, is a resident of Wellesley'g German Corridor, where only that language Is spoken. The Corridor students have their own living room and their own table in the dining room of Tower Court dormitory. Miss Ryan, an honor student majoring in physics, is a soloist with the Wellesley College Choir. She also sings in the Madrigal Group.

She was graduated from John Burroughs jSchool. '50 lippulnrly J.3.T ViVar Sheer No-Seam 1.17 pr. llrpulnrly ISO 380 3 3 SO 25 I 21 14 00 10 50 7.00 10. SO pr. 15 ilniicr Micro No-Sciim 13 di'nicr Nn-Scmn J28 I.2S Walk Mierr Comfort Sole Hili-ScHin pr.

Regularly 1.65 IS li'iiirr Alii'ro DnniToe 3 l20 prd. 1.41 pr. iVo-Sffliii -l)rr. Mirer Il1i-Srrn DOWNTOWN CLAYTON CRESTWOOD PLAZA (Other serving pieces and juvenile ware included) Order by mail or telephone from Peggy Brooks, CH 1-3200 A CAR D'S 4IN? tOVH C-AVTON CRTWOO Mwiitm to AMCftic mmcn i WRITE OR PHONE CEntrol 1-7450 SVB Hoiiry- DOWNTOWN, Fir. Floor; Alto Clayton, Crcitwood.

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