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

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MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1963 T U C S O N DAI.LY CITIZEN MAY DAY LUNCHEON PLANNED --Citizen Photo Members of the University of Arizona Faculty Woman's Club show off a May basket filled with roses which will be used as decoration for their annual May luncheon. It will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m. in the Student Union Building Ballroom. They are (from left) Mmes. Albert R. Mead, Donald E. Sayner, John W, Harshbarger and Quentin Mees. Luncheon highlight will be the installation of officers. "Lycra Spandex NYLON .LACE CUPS, WIRED FOR SUPPORT AND COMFORT , . . all any.-woman needs in a beautiful foundation for new softer, more feminine lines. Featherweight Lycra elastic reinforced for firm control, and complete comfort. Nylon front zipper. White, black, B, C, D, $22.50. Trained Corsetieres ·AE 25 N. Stone Ave. 3017 E. Speedway FRlT ,, ttSftopI l » U6lA**J^ 10.99 hi Lag gage Tan, Black or White you re walking BY DESCO 1. New nature last, comfort without bulk. 2. Innersole of extra thick Eurethane foam. '3. Molded uplift arch support with full vertical inside wall, made so that inside shank portion of arch n %" higher than outside which is molded to the contour of the foot. 4. Soft, caressing leather. 5. Famous Tru-Glide sole, providing foot propelling motion and extra cushioning comfort in walking. 6. Adjustable vamp f*r custom fit. DOWNTOWN 136 E. Pcnnington EL RANCHO 3396 E. Speedway SHOP of Tucson 2239 East Broadway A L K A L I Removed from WINDOWS - MIRRORS SHOWER STALL SERVICE Window Cleaning Co. ·AX8-7271 Installation, May Luncheon Scheduled Mra. Charles T. Mason will be installed-as president of the University of Arizona Faculty Woman's Club at a luncheon Wednesday in the. UA Student Union Building Ballroom. She and members of next year's executive board will receive guests with out-going president Mrs. David Windsor. Taking office with Mrs. Mason in the formal ceremony following the luncheon will be Mrs. Dean McAllister, first vice president; Mrs. Charles Olstad, second vice president; Mrs. H. A. ·~i'.x, secretary-treasure M ..us. M. R. Clausen, memberhip. chairman; Mrs. Benjamin Mesick, hospitality chairman; Mrs. Edward Brown, interest groups; and Mrs. Donald Vivian, publicity. Mrs. Richard A. Harvill, wife of the president of the University, wi'i serve as honorary sponsor. Luncheon chairmen are Mmes. Robert Lee DuBois and Donald Sayner. They have been assisted .with decorations carrying out the May basket and Roses theme by Mmes. James E. Mulvany, Quintus Fernando and William 3. McConnell. Miss Laurie Bare, soprano, will be featured on the luncheon's entertainment program. Miss Bare, a junior in the UA School of CLUTTERED CLOSETS! STORE YOUR WINTER CLOTHES AT PIONEER LAUNDRY AND DRY CIEANESS. FREE STORAGE! Pay only for cleaning and pressing, plus 51.49 insurance per $100 valuation. 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