Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 9, 1966 · Page 13
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vTucson Woman's View WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1966 · PAGE 14 TUCSON TALK By Betty Milburn . Each happiness ?·? tinged with a bit of sadness; .each sadness with a bit of happiness. Or so the saying goes. * " Anyway, friends of Jo and John Morrison Jr. said fa sad farewell to them, their daughter Vicki, and Json Craig, and Jo's mother, Mrs. John Wilson. They've Amoved to Las Vegas. But the happiness here lies in !the fact that most of their Tucson friends get to Las SVegas frequently. Jo arid John are both native Tuc- ·jsonians, both attended UA where she was a DG and he ]an SAE. £ Phil and Martha Vito entertained at a delightful ·dinner party last weekend. It turned into an impromp- Jy happy birthday salute to Barry 'Warren, complete Jfrith cake and good wishes. $ Mrs. Martin Baldwin's brother, Cecil Hudnall and 2his wife Billie of Chappa^ua, N.Y;, .are here visiting Skis mother, Mrs. Edgar 1; Hudnall. He is an alum of . Mrs. Homer Lininger has a fascinating guest, Marie Curnow of London. She was honoree at a luncheon Mrs. Liningre gave last week at Lodge on the Desert. Rose 'Collins entertained a great group of friends P coffee this 'morning so they might greet her sister, arianne Augustine of Suffield, Conn. Assisting at the Coffee tables were Mmes. James Drachman, John "arlson, B. H. Solot, : Carl Hazelett, Charles Giles, emuel Shattack, H.' Wilson Sundt and Robert Agus- ine. Marianne and her.', son, Robert, have been here |for nearly -a month with: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrea Cracchiolo. · , · ' . ; I Saturday is D-day for Those : Four -- Gladys jjstorts, Mary Chambers, Stella May Gibbings and Sour director Virginia Dahlberg, They depart Saturday So circle the 'globe in seven weeks, but must be ab- |solutely and delightedly exhausted from all the parties j|n their honor. Marjorie Garretson's do not only feted ilhe four, but took note of Miriam Schantz's birthday. trhe Ernest Stanleys gave them a dinner Saturday Sevening. Gladys Nolls 's luncheon Monday at the ·pioneer was a symphony in yellow and white. Sophie *Hagius entertained at lunch on the 28th. And Margaret Smallhouse is feting them today at Skyline. Incidentally, Edith Kennedy will stay in Gladys' house *while she is .away. -Mrs. Dusenberry TotteadTWC --Citizen Photo Mrs. Dusenberry Mrs. Bruce Dusenberry will, serve as president of the Tucson Woman's Club for the coming year. Assisting Mrs. Dusenberry will be Mrs. 0. A. Barnett, first vice president; 'Mrs. C. F. Weinzapfel, second vice president; Mrs. Warren Walker, third vice president; and Mrs. Robert N. Hillock, fourth vice president. Other officers are Mrs. Beth H. Carmack, recording secretary; Mrs. John W. Bender, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. L. W. Stringer, treasurer. Elections were held Monday. Two members also received quarter century membership pins. They are Mmes. G. A. Larriva and William C.' Beal. SIMMONS BIG MATTRESS VALUE BEAUHRESJ Choice of tufted or quilted, 'twin or full size, only... · $7950 H O M E F U R N I S H I N G S 4545 E. Broadway Phone 325-4960 Dally 9 to 9 « Sat. 9 to 6 · Sun. 12 to 6 Decorator Service · Free Delivery * Terms of Course --CitizeA Photo By Marie Godfrey Everybody--Let's Twist! Mmes. Joseph Cysewski, Robert McMillin and Wesley'.Lackey (from left), all members of the Catalina Junior Woman's Club, have a rousing time practicing the twist/Lending moral support is Jim Johnston. They know they're outmoded by the frug arid watusi, but their act will be featured as part of the club's Talent Night, .covering college days from 1945 : to'the present. "Catalina College Capers" is the theme'of Saturday's event, slated at the Jewish Community Center, 102 N. Plumer Ave. Cocktails will be served at 6:30 p.m., followed by the show, dinner and dancing. The public is welcome and reservations may be made through today with Mrs..Charles Merrick, 5059 E. Cecelia St., or Mrs. Richard McAnally,: 6631 E. Paseo San Giro. . . Dutch Authorities Ready For Princess 9 Wedding A M S T E R D A M , THE NETHERLANDS - UPI Only the flags and bunting suggested a festive m o o d today as Holland awaited the controversial wedding tomorrow of Crown Princess Beatrix and German diplomat Claus von Amsberg. The gayly-decorated streets were filled with thousands of troops and uniformed a n d plainclothes police. Authorities expressed confidence they could handle any o u t break, violent or otherwise, during the wedding of the future Dutch queen. The 28-year-old princess and her 39-year-old consort, whose past includes a stint in the Pamela's Fib Really Does Come True NEW YORK - UPI - A tiny fib mushroomed into a dream come true today for a 12 - year - old Long Island girl. Pamela Sue Smith, a seventh grader from Patchogue,- N.Y., had dreamed of attending the royal wedding of Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands and Claus von Amsberg; A week ago. she fibbed to one of her friends that she actually had been invited. 'Soon, the "news" was all over Patchogue. People . telephoned her and friends stopped her on the street to congratuf late her. . As the date for the wedding neared, t h e embarrassed young lady confessed all. The Netherlands Tourist Association heard about what had happened and saved the- day for Pamela. She was pre-' sented with an invitation to the wedding to be held Thursday, in addition to a complimentary airplane ticket to Amsterdam and back. "I'm looking forward to the. happiest time of my life," said Pamela Tuesday night as-she boarded a KLM airliner bound for the Netherlands., ; 610 South Country Club Rd. Phone 793-0401 Eetween Bdw'y 22nd St. "if only styles like this came in half-sizes" THEY DO! 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Regularly $14.98 $9 Use a Switier charge, e-x-t-e-n-d-e-d budget account or easy layaway with a small deposit. PARK AND SHOP ... WE VALIDATE. SHOP swrrzER's, 45 E. PENNINGTON ST., EVERY MON., THURS., FRI. NIGHT TIL 9 P.M. Hitler youth and service in the German army later in World War TJ, may have been given an omen Tuesday night of things to come. A smoke bomb was touched off outside the royal palace as two police patrol cars and a dozen motorcycle officers pulled up behind the palace to escort the royal family to an official dinner. Whoever ignited the bomb escaped as smoke obscured the entrance to fashionable Kalver Street flanking the complex of buildings. It was reported meanwhile that all physicians and surgeons in Amsterdam had been alerted to stand by in case of trouble and that records were made of the hlood type of each guest to attend the royal wedding. Most Netherlanders wish the couple well and kings and q u e e n s , princes and princesses have come from throughout Europe to attend their wedding. But there have been royal weddings . u n d e r happier auspices. · There were rumors t h a t Dutch gangs known as "pro- vos" planned trouble. .Pjo- vos, who get their name from the word provocation, are gangs which enjoy trouble- making for its own sake. Many in this little country, savagely occupied by Nazi Germany in the last w a r , cannot forget that von Amsberg for all his personal, charm and dignified demeanor was a soldier in the German army and a member of the Hitler Youth. Twenty-one of the 45 members of the Amsterdam City Council will not accept a blanket invitation for the wedding. Some pleaded "urgent business" elsewhere but most rejections were seen as still more evidence of the opposition to the wedding. Two chief rabbis, while expressing allegiance to t h e House of Orange, have refused invitations to the religious ceremony. Most of those against the wedding have now made their stands known and no further sensations are expected as this capital city of picturesque canals prepares with characteristic Dutch moderation for the marriage of its future queen. Only small crowds have gathered from, tune to time in front of the royal palace where Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard and Princess Beatrix and von Amsberg are staying. The bridegroom's mother, Goesta von Amsberg, is also there. Some of his relatives decided to remain in Germany so as not to aggravate any anti-German sentiment. Eleven automobiles will carry wedding witnesses and some distinguished guests. Queen Juliana, Prince Bernhard and Frau von Amsberg will ride in the glass coach preceding the golden coach carrying -the princess and von Amsberg to town hall. ' Mayor Dr. Gijsbert Van Hall will conduct the civil' ceremony. The couple will then proceed to the Westerkerk, where Rembrandt is buried, for the protestant religious ceremony. It will be performed by Rev. J. H. Kater and the Rev. J. H. Sillevis Smitt. The honeymoon might be anywhere from Bernhard's farm in Tanzania to a small island off the coast of Mexico where former President Lopez Mateos,,a friend of the Dutch royal family, has a villa. AT ANNUAL MEET Junior League Officers --Sanders-Manley Studio* Mrs. Arthur Woodrow President I Mrs. Arthur F. Woodrow is the new president of the Junior League of Tucson Inc. Mrs. Myles C. Stewart is : vice president and Mrs. Rockwell Jackson, recording secretary. Mrs. Ralph Simons is treasurer and : Mrs. Fred Boice, corresponding secretary. Provisionals named to active membership in the league are Mmes. Robert Bates, Dirk Brpekema Jr., Sam Capin, Orie Reginald Davis, William Duncan Fulton, William Gahlberg, William Healy, John Henkel, Peter Johnson, Gordon Lutz, Charles McCarty, Richard Matteson, Richard O'Rielly, William Ray, Thomas Salyer, Donald Schellie, Albert Touche, Ralph Wilson, William Brown and Miss Mary Glenn Trachta. The introduction of new officers was made yesterday evening at the League's annual dinner meeting at Skyline Country Club. THREE ON A MATCH Evan Pic-one has the good fortune to create a sure fashion success. Three individual pieces, perfectly teamed for color, line and style -- great alone, greater as a trio. The tab pockets on the jacket are very new, and the skirt follows the lead with a tab pocket of its own. The shirt, man- tailored though it is, is fabulously feminine with tiny embroidered bouquets. Coral or blue. 'Jacket $20. Skirt $15. Shirt *12. Park Avenue at Second St. or El Con Center r

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