Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 12, 1967 · Page 13
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 13

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, May 12, 1967
Page 13
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FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1967 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N fAGE 13 Shirley Johnson . . . George Holloman Johnson" Holloman Betrothal Planning a June wedding are Shirley Johnson and George V. Holloman. Shirley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson of Wever, Iowa, is a graduate of Mercy Hospital School of Nursing in Burlington, Iowa. The bride-elect is employed by the University of Arizona Student Health Service. Mr. Holloman, a graduate of St. John's High School in Delafield, Wis., attended the University of Arizona. The prospective bridegroom, son of Mrs. Gordon Williamson, 3258 E. Hawthorne St., and the late Col. George V. Holloman, is employed by Bell Ae- rosystems Co., at Ft. Huachuca. i Ritamargaret Maher . . . Preston Schrader Patricia Moran . . . R. L. Benton Jr. University Of Arizona Students To Be Married University of Arizona students, Ritamargaret Maher and Preston G. Schrader, are engaged. The couple plans a June 1C wedding at St. Thomas More Chapel of the Newman Catholic Students Center. Ritamargaret, daughter of Thomas F. Maher, 2201 N. Isabell Blvd., is a graduate of Archbishop Prendergast High School in Drexel Hill, Pa. The bride-elect is a junior at UA. Mr. Schrader, a graduate of Salpointe High School, also is a junior at the university. The prospective bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Schrader, 6426 E. Hayne St., is employed by Holy Hope Cemetery. 'Navy Ball Slated Juiw 17 Nuptials Planned Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Moran, 127 S. Palomas Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia, to Robert Lee Benton Jr. The couple plans a June 17 wedding at All Saints Catholic Church. Patricia, a graduate of Tucson High School, received a B.A. degree in journalism from the University of Arizona. Her affiliations include Theta Sigma Phi, womens journalism, fraternity. The bride-elect is assistant woman's editor «f the Arizona Daily Star. Mr. Benton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Benton, 617 N. Brady Aye., is a graduate of Tucson High School. The prospective bridegroom attended UA. He is a member of Club Belmont. Mr. Benton is an employe of O'Rielly Chevrolet. Wise-Cseski Vows Recited YOUR STARS Saturday, May 13 ssjt; = »HTM TAURUS (Apr. M - M«Y 1«: Protect lazy, Idle. GEMINI (M»y z " : vaeance. CANCER (Jun* 11 -- JUW when YOU must cooperate In s Day cause. . . .ana to community. LEO (July M -- Au«. M): Envious Individual could cause you to lose temper. BF forewarned. Realize Imitation is sreat form of flattery. Don't compound Irfars. Maintain [dignity. Stick to principles. VIRGO (Aui. S3 -- S«Pt. M): Some friends moy take attitude that they know best. Realize no matter how well- meaning others are. . .YOU should heed own counsel. Means today assert yourself, follow through on Ideas. LIBRA (Sept. 23 -- Oct. «): Remember one who aided you In past. Purchase of ·Itt could make spec si person happy. Evening favors social activity. Accent sood will. Steer clear of disputes. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 -- Nov. 21): If you Insist on brooding. . .very little Is accomplished. Future can be brisht If you Plan ahead. Accent today on vacation, travel, special writing assignments. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 12 -- Dec. Il)i You may defy convention today because of unusual Interests. Stress diplomacy. Dla deep for Information. But don't de- llverately offend one who appears old- fashioned. CAPRICORN (Dec. 21 -- Jin. l»)l Home, environment, ability to patch uo differences -- these areas accented. Male or partner deserves special consideration. Surprise gift could brighten day. Use your imaglnatlonl AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 -- Ftb. 18): Improve comforts of home. Purchase which Is practical but also beautiful favored. Stress today on appreclat on of finer thlnss In iff*. Excellent time to dine out, attend theater. PISCES (Feb. 1* -- Mar. M): Don't disclose all you know. Play cards close to chest. If you wear heart on sleeve there could be disillusionment. One you are Interested In may not be positive about feelings. Walt I IF T O D A Y I S Y O U R BIRTHDAY. . .current cycle promises constructive change, opportunity for travel. If single, marriage possibilities are heightened. If married, there could be an addition to family. You are an Individual who Is creative, able to make practical use of fine Imagination. GENERAL TENDENCIES: Cycle high for CANCER. LEO. Special word to PISCES: Personal magnetism soars today -- opposite sex attracted. On a wedding trip in Phoenix are Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dean Wise who were married Saturday at St. Cyril's Catholic Church. The bride, the former Jo Ann Czeski, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Czeski, 1207 N. Torino Ave. Mrs. Charles Withers of Visalia, Calif., served as matron of honor for her sister. Pat Hazel and Freddye White were bridesmaids. Barbara Casey was flower girl and Mark Strahler carried the rings. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Wise, 1825 S. Camino Seco, asked Kirk Simmons to be best man. Lennis Millb, Tom Thompson and John Wild seated guests. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Jo Ann, a graduate of Cataiina High School, attended the University of Arizona. Her bridegroom, a Rinoon High School graduate, also attended UA. The bride is employed by Mountain States Telephone and Mr. Wise is 'employed at the Anaconda Twin Buttes Mine. The couple will live at 1444 N. Woodland Ave. T h e a n n u a l N a v y Sweetheart Ball will be held tomorrow at the Three Sovereigns restaurant. The ball is cosponsored by all rvwal Reserve units which train regularly at the Training Center. These include the surface division, the Seabees, security group, telecommunications unit, research company and the Naval Reserve Officers School. Highlight of. the event, which begins at 8:30 p.m., will be the crowning of the Navy Sweetheart. Announcement will be made of the outstanding enlisted men in each of the units. Mothers Club Elects Officers Mrs. John A. Wilson has been elected president of the Chi Omega mothers club. She was chosen at the group's annual spring luncheon yesterday held at the Old Pueblo Club. Other new officers include Mrs. Paul H. Jones, vice president; Mrs. Donald Weaver, secretary; and Mrs. George A. Shelter, treasurer. Mrs. Ruth Swift, the Chi Omega house mother was honored guest at the luncheon. Roselen Hiiser . . . David Mathews Wedding Date Set For June 3 S a c r e d Heart Catholic Church will be the setting June 3 for the wedding of Roselen Huser and David Mather's. The bride-elect, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Huser, 2602 N. Grannen Ave., was graduated from Tucson High School. Roselen is employed by Tucson General Hospital. T h e prospective bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar E. Matthews, 1136 E. Kleindale Road, is an Amphitheater High School graduate. Mr. Mathews also is employed at Tucson General. Beschler- FZory Nuptials Now at home at 4535 E. Lee St. are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Adams Beschler who were married in an informal ceremony Friday, April 28, at Catalina Methodist Church. The bride is the former Nancy Sue Flory. Nancy Sue asked her sister, Mrs. John Morrison, to attend her. Mr. Morrison was best man and the bride's b r o t h e r , James, seated guests. Mr. Beschler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross E. Beschler of Loganton, Pa., was graduated f r o m Sugar Valley High School in Loganton and attended Morehead (Ky.) University and Salem (W.Va.) College. He is stationed at Davis-Monthan AFB. His bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley W. Flory, 5222 E. 2nd St., attends the University of Arizona. She was graduated from Rincon High School. 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