Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 29
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PAGE 30 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, I9W Summer Favorite! Soft White Cape Leather Mtd. i, $ Wid» Gnfy Pollys SHOES 4706 Eat! Broadway !N SWANWAY PLAZA, Freshly'baked Specials at WILSON'S, Fri. Sat. ^«^X^KX^«pVl^*^^ti?X^V^A^V^?VXj^?VVtfX^V This Week'* Most Colorful Cake: CHERRY ANGEL FOOD ****i^*i* LEMON AND JELLY ROLL WEDDING CAKES to match the beauty of Tucson's JUNE BRIDES Tosfe fhe oWerence that WILSON bakes M WILSON'S BAKERY "Grac* Your fable with Wilson's" 935 East SPEEDWAY Blvd. . MA 2-8442 3831 East SPEEDWAY EA 7-2761 '1553 Wart PRINCE Rd. · MA 3-4142 MRS. VERNE ALDEN National President Home Demonstration Council \ PERMANENTS ·1! I Reg. $10 Reg. *15 «5 9S '8 50 Hair cut, shampoo and set included Shampoo and I "I 50 S e t only . . . . - * Oil Shampoo fOOO and Set · Experienced StylliU MARCELLA DAVIS, Mir. VIRGINIA WOODS ELLA CWSWELL CLARA WALTERS FRANK LOCKE LOCKE'S BEAUTY SHOP El Sol Shopping Center JIM E. Sad (1 Mock wwt of Country Chd») EA «44M Vacation Needs for Miss and Master! CHILDREN'S WORLD .^ .. *** V%\ \\ . ;V. '-. : \ --.;·, · · - t % T «' t \ \ * , " · * » -M !\\\\ \ J Braided leather sling back landal in Italian Tan or White Smooth leather!. Sizes 4 to 10. Genuine imported raffia Itnw wedge sandal with adjustable instep ·trap and colorful ornament la Natural, Sizes 4 to 10. Scuff thong in Kuditn tan, or White amooth leathers. Sizes 4 to 10. ·traw vamp harebadc wtft Ml taiftanA oork heel. Natural, «iae« 4 to 11 soirni6iiiSHom.KCfi.Tii I ISI2 to. «th Avu. MI7A HMMA N, Conference Studies Finance., Homecrafts What property rights does a woman have under Arizona laws? Can a retired couple on a fixed income afford to buy a house in an inflationary period? Why does Arizona lead the nation in percentage of drownings? How can I roake my home look more attractive without spending a lot of money? These are a few of the questions to be answered in classes conducted during the 14th Town and Country Life Conference at the University of Arizona next week. Sessions are open to the public. Registration will be open Monday and Tuesday for all four days or for individual meetings. The conference is sponsored annually for Arizona homemakers by the UA Cooperative Extension Service. Highlight of the opening session Monday afternoon will be a talk by Prof. Douglas Martin on the history of the university, based on his- new book, "The Lamp in the Desert." Mrs. Verne Alden, president of the National Home Demonstration Council, Wellsville, Kan., will speak on "The Significance of Education in the Lives of Homemakers." The theme of this year's conference is "Homemakers Focus on Tomorrow." Mrs. Bert Wood of Tucson will preside, Miss Jean M. Stewart is state home economics leader for the extension service, and M/s. Emily Quinn is Pima County Home Agent Panel discussions, including one oh Family Living Around the World, will, be featured at other sessions. Eleven different classes will be conducted by visiting experts and UA faculty members. Class periods are arranged so that persons attending the conference can take two classes. Courses include: .· Making Dollars Work for You, Women's Rights Under Arizona Property Law, Home Care of the Sick- Youth, Home Care of the Sick- Aging, Relating Oneself to Others. Talking in Public. Also scheduled are classes on Water Safety, Metal Decoration, Charcoal Sketching, Household Crafts and Flower Arrangements. The Women's Pool at the University will be open daily from 4 to 5 -p.m. for swimming. A barbecue is planned at Old Tucson Wednesday evening. Mrs. Iris Davenport Mahan of Lexington, Ky., will speak on " A c h i e v i n g Distinction in Dress" Tuesday afternoon. -She if the former woman's, editor of Farm and Ranch magazine. Nursery facilities for children of parents attending' the conference will be available at First Christian Church, 740 E. Speedway, during the daytime sessions. AtHeHc Sox Warm Pajamas Shorts, Bermudos Capris with matchinp tops Sweaters Swim suits, trunks Surfers, Jeans Sizes to 14 of Tucson 3725 E. Broadway East of Alvtrnon Op«n Fridays 9 til 9 Wwkdoyi 9 til ^J ENTER JUNE 13 ·rawer School to lor You if: YOU WANT AN OFFICE I JOB. Enron now for Secre- Urial, Accounting, or Administration courses; get a 3-months' head start. YOU ARE GOING TO COL-1 LEGE, and want to learn typing er iberthaad to get | better college grades. YOU WANT TO IMPROVE I BUSINESS SKILLS already begun in High School, and | qualify for higher pay. YOU ARE A COLLEGE! G R A D U A T E , and want effice skills as a meant of getting "your toe in the ioer" ef Ae field yew j prefer. YOU E X P E C T TO BE I DRAFTED. A few months! ef badMM trahhig can prepare yen for office as- I ·ignment, eftea at Mgher ] rank and pay, Sammer School is fan to attend! Cool classrooms, excit- j ing smimer Miident bedy« Cevnes are practical, dewn-1 te-eanh; yen learn and jaia ceafldanei r a p i d l y . Free I _ I N J COU5BE Toc«e»«"»»r**««'x _ Skaggs-Padgett Vows --M«rdit MRS, DALE SKAGGS . , . Sandra Padgett Parsom* QuH/Irotk Revealed Former Tucsonians Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Parsons of Denlow, Mo., are announcing the engage* ment of their daughter Nettie to Jay Cluff, son of .Mrs. L. P.- Cluff of Thatcher. Nettie is a former Sunnyside High School student. The prospective bridegroom, a Thatcher High School graduate, is now serving with the U. S. Air Force at Custer Base, Battle Creek, Mich. The couple will be wed June 35 in Denlow* Dr. L F. Radmtchcr Dentist 180 N. Church ATC. Pull **d Ptrtul Dtntmrti Dt*i*rt Rtftur Telephone MA 2-1761 Mr. and Mrs. Dale Skaggs are at home at 732 E. 10th St., following - their marriage Friday evening at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church.- Mrs. Skaggs is the former Sandra Carol Padgett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Padgett, 921 N. 1st Ave. A graduate of Tucson High School, she attends the University of Illinois. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. : and Mrs. Ralph' J. Skaggs of Liverroore, Calif- He attended Tucson High School and is employed by Hughes Aircraft Sandra's sister, Mrs. James Rhodes, attended her as matron of honor in the double ring cere- · f A r i z » n « TMONG SANDALS Smartly *yUd ·«( dMigimd for »x(ro comfort by r*r1*n fwnoui croftinwn *r ttronf. iuppl«, fm««( quality Uath«r. According to Size and Stylt Mod* by Port«r« IMMM l**iwr G 4 Convenient locations To Serve. Vow No. 1--3232 I. Spdwy. Opposite Blakely'i No. 2--6343 E. Bdwy. Wilmot Plaza No. 3--12* Valencia Mlstlen Manor No. 4---AnjpM Plat* in Goldwyn's Try this New 3-fltep Plan to n a t u r a l r e g u l a r i t y Guaranteed to giv* you wakomt aid or Y O U R MO» Try this simplt pfem from UNCLE SAM CEREAL «t* J.lltlim, »·*· «4««4« » m» U«Ml W J. Eat J Mrvinyt a *ay. Include ampfe Mouida in your 3 Finish both package*. Tou'U receive vwelcome arid ... or your money back, It'* aa simple u that! K you're not completely latiafied, just send tht top* from both wrapper* to Uncle Sam Breakfast Food Co., Omaha. Tour purchaae price win b« refunded, Start **» MMy, 9'ttap plan l« f*n*l«, mMwttt r«t»l«r tMCllf SAM «t y«Mr ktv«fte« mi. MA J-7C1 wear with sfraps sef aparf for evening.' Or eonvenfienaffy p/acea* from morn till /aft. Co'mfortable undWwire support, Nylon witri elastic back edged with "hug-closa" binding that keeps bra in place--always. Note trie *s| feminine Camissle straps. B-C-D Cups, 32 to ' ' 38at*S.9B mony. .Mr.' Rhodes was an usher. James Morris served as "best roan and Frank Merder^was also an usher. Sandra repeated her wedding vows in a 'taffeta ballerina- length gown with a lace bodice, empire waist and taffeta- bow that caught the skirt gaered in back. She carried a white satin Bible and white orchid. Her parents held the reception in their home and the bride's Irene's HALF SIZE SHOP Every Dress · a · ;- · Petite · , or - , Half Size Where "smart styles"; are "not hard to -find" Designed jor- -.-. 'dimension--not age., 2243 E. Broadway -·'.'.MA-4-l'32$:.'.' grandmothw, Mrs. Mabel Sehrat her, was assisting hostess. ·fiie bridegroom's 1 parents, bis sister, Carol,, and brother,.Paul, were here for the cerjemony. FOR WM.ITY BEAUTY COMFORT-j L9NG LIFE t VERSATItlTY^ Large COMPLETE H.K Selection:. , 6-PIECE PWfc LIVING ROOM SETS , ., ' Cqsuo(,.f wrirtWfr«;. , ^ Home Appliances - 4734 £. Speedway . EA ,7-4581 Every Day Low Prices MILK 42 6 ORANGE or BLACK CHEWY DRINK |C C GLASS....TM' AVlr OUONDAjDY 1115 WEST GIANT FRI. and SAT. SPECIAL' Ground BEEF... 3 Ibs. Little Smoked SAUSAGES DOT., Pkg. ... JOHNNY'S MEA1S MA 4-1911 .ADJUSTABLE CLOTHES LINE POST Matchts any weman'* htight, her rrach.tr h*r wash. A REAL WIFE-SAVER!. Prices Are Always Lowest at 3930 E. MIDWAY LIGHTING PHONE tAtt t-4319 linked to th» Utest necklines 3he.Qlothe-$ JiorseMoom Wherever You Are ... Be Ready Fishing Swimming 'Sunning Loafing % OVERSHIRT Evargloze ·oty core cotton ... sunny golds, cool blue plaids (right with pants, ·horts, skirts) $12.95 Matching one piece swim suit $19.95 Alternate 2 piece swim suit (matching too) $19.95 Glen of Michigan , . v Ad ABty mk Atom* : U C * O N

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