Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 28
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 28

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, June 2, 1960
Page 28
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THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN PAGE 29 Cluib Gema Dance Set "Fascination" will be the theme of the dance scheduled by the newly organized Club Gema. The dance will be held Saturday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in £1 Casino Ballroom. Decorations, to be in blue and silver, are being planned by Amelia Duenas and her committee, "banting will be to the music of Louis Leori and his orchestra. Officers of Club Gema are Irene Federico, p r e s i d e n t ; Lena Chavez, vice president; Angie Ayala, s e c r e t a r y ; Frances Federico, treasurer and Rosemarie Castaneda, ser- jeant-at-arms. Tickets for the dance are available from any of the officers or at the door. CLUB NEWS Catalinas Plan Barbecue Party Rugs need cleaning? SCHERCK'S I EA 7-5779 Members of the Catalina Junior Woman's Club and their guests will attend a western barbecue Saturday, June 11, in the Cliff Manor patio. Mrs. Gerard P. Thomas, chairman, is planning a program of swimming and dancing to Jack Reid's Orchestra. Cocktails will be served. Robert W. Ford, a former Olympics diving alternate, will give a diving exhibition and offer diving tips. Assisting Mrs. Thomas are Mmes. Richard Maynes, Howard Komarek, Glen Hicks and Donald Bennett. o o o A benefit card party is being sponsored by th Jewish War Veterans, No. 201, at 8 p.m. Saturday in the Tucson Garden Club, N. Campbell Ave. at E. 8m St. Refreshments will be served and players will bring their own cards. The public is welcome. AH proceeds will go to the group's welfare fund. 0 0 O The Tucson Woman's Club board of directors will have a coffee and card party at 9:3) a.m. Monday in the clubhouse, 317 W. Alameda St. Hroceeds will go to the dub's building fund. Those planning to attend have been asked to ,bring their own cards. 0 0 0 New officers of the Officers' Wives Club at the-U. S. Army Electronics Proving Ground, Ft. Huachuca will be installed at the club's June luncheon. They are Mrs. W. E. Lotz, president; Mrs. H. F. Hauser, vice president; Mrs. S. V. Marco, recording secretary; Mrs. G. H. Banister, corresponding secretary; Mrs. H. F. Roche, treasurer. Save 75' COX'S HOMEMAID White Bread Order Now -- Delicious "ALL-BUTTER" WEDDING C A K E S Sliced or Unsliced Large r/2-lb, LOAF Cox's Bakery MONTEREY VILLAGE Spttdway A Wilmot CAMPBELL PLAZA Carnpbtll A-Glvnn SAVE MART CENTER '610 Wtit Congrtif -G»ini» of Tucton VIVIAN HIATT .. . Danny Shelpman June 11 Wedding Plans Told Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hiatt, 708 N. Belvedere Ave., are announcing the approaching marriage of their daughter Vivian Rose to Danny E. Shelpman. The couple will be wed June 11 it University Baptist Church. Vivian will be graduated from Catalina High School June 10. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Shelpman, 1710 E. 7th St., attended Tucson High School. He will soon be discharged from the U. S. 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