Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 29, 1963 · Page 28
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 28

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, April 29, 1963
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PAGE 28 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1-963 Spanish Trail Motel Kurt's Hair Fashions M BENSON HIGHWAY KK NORTH ALVERNON WAY ; PH. C4-S5I1 EAIr-MM , W E R E P A I R 'ANY CLEANER MADE Hoow \ IDID YOU KNOW-g*;- I That yw should havt your vacuum Eurek* I clean*; motor ·cleaned and greased «?nnwi ] it Itast ooci «viry Iwo years. It will nr«ton. I clean b«ttw »nd last much longer.Generai E | ec trf 1 Hamilton Beach Filter QutM ftevelitloa Airway Flllex Lewrt Royal Reglnt Coronad* Cadillac 'Silver Kfni Westinghous* Modsm Hygltni FREE ESTIMATES. PICK UP DELIVERY DISPOSAHLE I'AI'ER BAGS, HOSJES, PARTS, SlI'PLlks AM) ACCESSORIES. NEW, USED AND UF1H Il.T VAClTM a.F.ANFRS -- GUARANTEED Buy Where You Get Service Opposite Pinecrest Center -t.stnllisltvd in Tucson Since 1947 · ' YKUIM UtAHK SKQMKIt FILTER QUEEN "TUCSON 4848 E. SPEEDWAY PHONE 325-3344^ H O M E S I L K S H O P STORE-WIDE DOLLAR D A Y S APRIL 29th fo MAY 4 Open Monday Evening Till P.M. APRIL 29th fo MAY 4 72" Wide 100% Nylon Net All Colors Polyethylene SHREDDED FOAM 39' For Pillows Toys VW G UNBLEACHED COTTON Muslin LENGTHS 5»C FINE QUALITY NO IRONING Seersucker COTTON PRINTS IRONING ·· 4 E T 1 ITS J $1.00 RAYON NYLON INTERLON (INTERFACING) C White only. 40 In. wide 39 yd. 59c FINE ABSORBENT Linen Toweling 4 YDS. ?TJ FOR · 00 Checks Border Stripes 89c Fine Quality Washable Drip Dry 4 TM Cotton $400 2 to 10 Yds. LARGE ASST. Prints 1 89c ABSORBENT COTTON Terry Cloth WHITE ONLY YDS. FOR 1 36" WIDE $4.95 FINE QUALITY UPHOLSTERY PLASTIC 54" WIDE. ASST. COLORS. PRINTS. LENGTHS. 4 54- Wide $1.00 FINE QUALITY NYLON CHIFFON AND NYLON ORGANZA, LARGE ASST. 2 to 10 YDS. 45" Wide FOR GRADUATES- SILK .ORGANZA 42" WIDE -FOR BRIDESMAIDS AHc . 25 Qm M y LOVELY qfcP f COLORS REGULAR $1.19 Rayon Cupioni For dresses, blouses, et cetera. Very large color assortment, crease resistant, ·· mm c washable, 45 ·» ^ yd. inches wide ^Uf M REG. $1.00 COTTON AWNING Plain and Stripes CANVAS 57 'yd. r FINE FOR GRADUATION WASHABLE RAYON and COTTON « L EMBROIDERED SERRANO )N -1 I RQ * I · W«J $2 .95 J REG. $2.95 RAYON Brocade Fine for Formats 'I 79 *. *IMFORTED PURE IRISH Moygashel --LINEN- EMBROIDERED PRINTS-- PLAIN $1.50 Fine Print COTTON VOILE Very large selection. For dresses, Blouses A*|e 36" M i Wide V 1 Notions Department RIBBONS --Satin Srosgrain, 50 Yds. up 29c bag BUTTONS lc per Card BRAID TRIMMINGS--Reduced 10c Yd. EXCLUSIVE IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC FABRICS FOR GRADUATES BRIDAL PARTIES Silk Organza Embrold. fc Plain Flouncing Organdies Printed Cotton Satins Piqoej Fine Nylon Cotton Eyelets-- Flower, Flock Novelties Silk Chiffons 01 to Z 0 «. ^ o Nylon Chiffons-- Organdies Exquisite French Laces Scallops to Match Pure Silk Peau d« Soles Luxurious Lames French Italian Silks, Taffetas, Satins Tulles, Jacquards, etc. Illusion Veiling HOME S I L K S H O P PHONE MAin 4-728C 2410 E. Broadway PLENTY OF FREE PARKING IN REAR [VEST OF TUCSON BLVD. Here** A Way To Improve Fish Want that fish to look and taste good? Serve fillets (broiled or fried) with creamed potatoes sprinkled with paprika, lemon - buttered broccoli and sliced pickled beets nestling on small lettuce leaves. Be sure to add twists of lemon to the fish. Stores Your Precious Mink Stole Low summer rates on Re-Styling DOUBLE FUR COLLAR MINK STOLE ranch--tourmaline-autumn haze--aeolian «485 Hy Brett, Furrier EL CON FUR SHOP Campbell" Zuna Troth Revealed A June wedding at Catalina Church of Christ is planned by D o n n a Jo Campbell and Dale Walter Zuna. , The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Campbell of Green River, Wyo. Parents of the prospective bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Walter William Zuna of Marana. Donna Jo attended Marana High School and was graduated from Green River High School. She is enrolled at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. Her fiance is a graduate of Marana High School and served 4 years in the U.S. Navy. Advertisement Use your IMAGINATION- to get ahead! In industry, in retailing-wherever there's a problem "nobody" cansplve--theman with imagination is moving up fast! Here's how he comes up with the answers and suggests the solution. Read "Make Way for the No-Problem Guy"-based on real-life cases. Get the May Reader's Digest now on sale. People have faith in Reader's Digest The Party-giver BARBECUED 'BURGERS J small onion, minced 1 clove garlic, minced 2 fbsp. butler or margarine I 8-oz, can tomato sauce 7 7-oz. bottle 7-Up 1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce 1 teasp. salt V* teasp. pepper 10-72 uncooked hamburger pattiet Lemon slices Brown onion and garlic in butter until softened. Stir in tomato sauce, 7-Up, Worcestershire sauce, salt, and pepper. Heat mixture to boiling, then reduce heat and simmer five minutes, stirring occasionally. Makes about M/2 cups sauce. Brush meat with sauce grill on each side until browned. Top each .patty'with a lemon slice and brush with more sauce, as desired. *For Free recipe and party Idea booklets, please write 7-Up Bottling Co. of Tucson, P.O. Box 2510, Tucson, Ariz. or phone MAin 3-4841 DONNA CAMPBELL . . . Dale Zuna --Mardls Studio SANDRA MURPHY , . . . Dawn Phillips Miss Murphy To Be Married In July The betrothal of their daughter, Sandra Marie, to Dawn Ray Phillips of Globe is announced by parents of the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Murphy, 2150 N. Northway Ave. Sandra Marie was graduated from the Arizona State School for the Deaf and Blind and is employed by Brickman Laundry. The. prospective bridegroom, also a graduate of the Arizona State School for the Deaf and Blind, is employed by the City of Globe. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. George C. Phillips of Globe. The couple plans a July 20th w e d d i n g at the Twenty-Second St. Baptist Church. SPECIAL OFFER FLORAL SHEETS --Pepperall Brand- Full or Twin--3.98 Yai. , 2.25 ea. BATH TOWEL -- "DUNDEE" REG. 69c 3 LIMIT 3/1.00 SEE OUR BARGAIN BASKET 512 North Fourth Avenue F S JOBBERS Plenty of Free Parking Phone MA 2-2373 First Floor Shoe Salon DOWNTOWN ONLY JUDITH ANN COIL . . . Herbert Bean Miss CoiVs Engagement Announced Lt. Col. Fred L. 'Coil (Ret.) .and Mrs. Coil, 2014 N. Win- stei Blvd., announce the en- f agement of their daughter udith Ann to Herbert Bean, son of James Bean, 2955 N. Castro Ave. The bride-elect, a graduate of Catalina High School, attends the Arizona Academy of Beauty. Her fiance was graduated from Amphitheater High School and now is employed by Rainbo Baking Co. No date has been set for the wedding. Advertisement We Rent New 1963 Model Electric Rug Shampooers for The new Improved Blue Lustre electric shampooer makes your carpet cleaning easy and simple. Rent It for $1 per day with purchase of Blue Lustre, the premium quality shampoo recommended by finest stores from coast to coast. Blue Lustre leaves nap open and Huffy with bright colors restored. Carpets stay- clean longer since there is no soapy ingredient to cause rapid resolling. One-half gallon for $3.39 cleans three 9x12 rugs. JACOME'5 Notion Dept.-- Lower Floor C A L L EA 5-3311 W« Alio 5*11 WATER SOFTENERS AND SALT i 4045 E. SPEEDWAY Y It costs no more to enjoy Jj that distinctive, c u s t o m made Holiday House look . . . in a room setting or just one Special item. Each piece is carefully designed and executed by our staff of expert craftsmen . . . imparting that individual and decorator touch which is so char- acteristicc of work produced by Holiday House. illustrated, at right: Buffet 84" ,,... 398.00 Table--42" diameter 129.00 Chairs 79.00 Hanging Lamp 79.00 Each of these pieces is available in various sizes, shapes and finishes to fit your i n d i v i d u a l requirements. We invite you to leisurely visit our beautiful showroom and possibly avail yourself of the unlimited services we offer to you . . . whether your need be furnishings, carpet, draperies or decorative accent pieces. A 5320 E, SPEEDWAY · PHONE 793-7678 Open Monday 9 to 9 Tuesday thru Friday 9 to 5:30 Saturday 9 to 1 p.m. Final UA Nursing Meeting Scheduled The last in a series of six meetings on restorative nursing will be held on the University of Arizona campus Monday, My 6, Nurses from health departments, hospitals and nursing homes throughout Arizona -- and from Utah and New Mexico--will participate in the meetings designed to bring the newest techniques in rehabilitation nursing to those in leadership posit/ons. Attending the meeting will be Dr. Benjamin Lieberman, c h i e f medical consultant, California Vocational Rehabilitation Service; Miss Helen Lehmann, nurse - physical therapist, Detroit Visiting Nurses Association, and Martin H. Acker, Ph.D., assistant professor and coordinator of v o c a t i o n a l rehabilitation counselor training, University of Oregon. Refrigerated Dessert Contest Deadline Near Have a favorite refrigerated desaert? Enter it in the Refrigerated Dessert Con* test sponsored by th« Shamrock Dairy and the Tucson Daily Citizen. ; -. .You may share jn: the $500 in grand prizes which will be awarded. Deadline'for the contest is Sunday, May 5. Enter as many recipes as you like, but submit each separately. Include your name, address,* and telephone number, All entries become the property of the Shamrock Dairy and the Citizen. M a l l - y o u r entry to Refrigerated D e s s e r t Contest, the Tucson Daily Citizen, 208 N. Stone 3136 E. BROADWAY (Neer Barrows Furniture) Phone GA, 7-0272 )pen 12 to I p.m. Mon.-Fru 12 to 4 p.m. Sat. TUCSON INN MA 4 - 6 1 1 7 ODDS W ENDS Regularly 5.95 denim skirt 50 pairs of short white cotton gloves S1.5O Regularly 2.25 Corner of Park Third Open Moti., Wed. it FrL "til I:M

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