Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 29, 1963 · Page 32
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32 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N MONDAY EVENING; APR!L29; 1963 ^'t l 'Become ^AQkarter n»r A j r £n/oy FIVE YEARS OF GOLF When You Purchase a Fine CORONA Home! Here is an unprecedented offer worth more than' $950 'to the next 50 buyers of CORONA homes. Five years of golf--for husband AND wife--absolutely free of any playing fees! CORONA'S beautiful golf course Is under construction NOW. It will be ready for play on August L If you are one of the first 50 to buy a CORONA home on or after April 25, 1963, you and your wife can enjoy year-around golf at CORONA for five years FREE! if you are not golfers, transfer this free privilege to the couple of your choice. Fine CORONA Homes-Close to the Golf Course Can Be Purchased For As Little As $ 350 Down! TAXES are LOWER-much LOWER at Corona HERE ARE THE FACTS: » V ·fc^-S^i.' CORONA plan I "The Arizonan" Price: $10,950 TP y V \ F C C « $16.05 per month I M.AC.O* $192.60 per year CORONA plan 2 "The Texan" Price: *12,500 T A V C C . · «A.C^« 17 - 27 P er TM°nth $207.24 per year CORONA plan 3 "The Illini" Price: $12,950 $17.65 per month $211.80 per year TAXES: CORONA plan 4 "The Californian 1 Price: $14,250 T A VCC. $19.88 per month · A\J^GW« $238.56 per year IT'S TRUE--TAXES ARE MUCH LOWER AT CORONA! They're lower because CORONA has been planned specifically for mature adults; planned without schools; without assessments; without UNNECESSARY taxes of any Icindl Visit Uacsons '^Newest and £oveliest Suburb Hoday. C,et the IIax 'Jacts! Take any south-bound Tucson through-street to Benson Highway (U.S. 80); travel east to fully-paved Houghton Road; turn right (south) to CORONA Retirement Community Our mail address: 2607 East Broadway Our telephone: 623-5758 University Students August Nuptials --Mardls Studio ANNALEE FERGUSON . . . Gregory F. Gault " Xir. and, Mrs. Harvey H. Ferguson j 2136 N. Euclid Ave., announce the engagement; of theijr daughter Annalee to Gregory F; Qaiilt. i : ' Annalee and her fiance both are graduates of Tucson High School and now attend the University of Arizona where they are seniors in the College of Education. .,'. : '/ ' , Annalee's affiliations include r A^pha Larqbda Delta, Pi Lambda-Theta»and Mermaids. Mr. Gault is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George C. Gault, 4548 E. Malvern St. He has received a stipend to do graduate work in history at the University of Kansas. An Aug. 20th wedding at First Methodist Church is planned. furniture co* OPEN itfONOAY and FRIDAY 9 TO 9 2G36 EAST BROADWAY EIGHTEEN-TWENTY EAST SIXTH STREET $S The Little Park your T-Bird by our hitching post? Really. That's the first delightful surprise of this unique women's shop. There are many more. Such as the informal atmosphere in which creations from the best designers are shown. So drive on Ease Sixth Street "til you see the quaint red house that belongs to the turn of the century. Be intrigued; come in. We think you'll use our hitching post often. We hope so. Gen i« m M l iri a h re ein trect i' 1 ft ^ ndv Amttrjon Urf., 199 North Stone, for their apparel needs. a- Felix Vows Exchanged In a formal, double-ring ceremony Saturday at Santa Cruz Catholic Church Celia Felix and Jesus Lizarraga Jr. exchanged w e d d i n g vows. The bride is the daughter .of Mr. and Mrs. Conrado Felix Sr. of Los Angeles, Calif. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Lizarraga Sr.. 238 W. 31st St. Mrs. Samuel Valdovin was matron of honor and Lupe Salas served as ma- drina de lazo. The bride's sister Gloria, Cecilia Federico, Carol Molina, Irma Lopez and Martha Desoto were bridesmaids. · The bridegroom was attended by Mr. Valdovin. Arnold Munoz was padrino de'lazo. Jimmy Campbell, Tony Camacho, F r a n k Gallego, Richard Huerta and Arthur Corral ushered. Mary Lou Miranda and Robert Miranda Jr. served as flower girl and ring bearer respectively. Josephina Chavez and the bride's nephew Danny Felix carried the bridal cushions. The bride attended Tucson High School. Her bridegroom received his high school diploma while serving with the Q. S. Paratroopers at Ft. Campbell, Ky. He is employed by Roa Shoe Store. ]ack Weaver Announces the opening of A Complete Decorating Shop Experienced Decorators to Serve You ' Rboda Sowers i ona Lillibridge formerly of Sears formerly of Wards · Jack Weaver's Tucson Drapery Monterey Village Speedway 'at Wilmot 298-1663 ·7 send my hair to the cleaners! _ ^^-SMmBMM^. It's as easy as that, when you own a M'Lady Wig Sboppe is Tucson's only exclusive wig shop with complete facilities to give your wig the very finest of care. Trained wig stylists at your service at all times. Ob yes, you'll find our prices are the best too. FOR PRIVATE HOME SHOWING JUST DIAL £A 5-3364 TERMS AVAILABLE HUMAN HAIR WIGS $ HQ95 AS LOW AS. M'Lady Wig Shoppe 1068 N. WMPMll ('MISSSSS 1 ) PHONE EA 5-3364

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