Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 31
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PA£E 32 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, ON THE JOB Alto: Dicker » on Shoe* Far Men AVART' CORtECTlVI SHOES For M«, Women, Children Open Monday * Friday Tfl I pjn. MA MJS1 Member Park, Kid* Imagination Is Secret To Good Meals--Caterer By ROSAJLIE ROBLES "A menu doesn't have in be expensive to he good," says Tucson's most popular caterer, Mrs. J. M. McNellis. Her belief i« that imagination is 50 per cent of the battle won when it comes to cooking . , . ju«t be sure to allow enough time for preparation and any meal can be good. Mrs. McNellis averages about WuRLiTzER PIANOS 395.00 and" up Low Down Payment X MM. Balance HARMONY HOUSE Open Friday Till I P.M. 4341 E. Broadway EA 7-4M1 five parties » week. "Sometimes it's more if I R« over- ambitious, but then my husband 'hollers'." As to the number of guest* at each party, it varies from eight to 250. Last week's schedule included dinner parties for 40, 60 and IR. it cocktail party for 75 and a luncheon for 1R. Tne McNellises have three sons--Wes. 17: Terry. '·"; and Randy, 14. Mr. McNellis is a suofrvisor at Hughes Aircraft. "He doesn't help me because we found out a long time ago that there can only be one boss in a business," she laughs. Jqia the 100 million Amer- Scan* who read Li! Abner dally. You'll find him on the Citizen'* comic page. DIG Our KRAZY Prices ... on real kool fashions! TOWN SHOPS Downtown--1J5 E. Congreu Open Friday Eves', to »:M AmphI £ Campbell Plaut Open Daily M, Sun. 1M "Buy Budget* Make* A 'Wonderful Discovery:-. ·. airiness . . with high-Fashion smartness! Ju?t two styles from «n exciting new Red Cross Shoes for Summer! " TUCSON-m E. PENNINGTON · * » ! £ . SPEEDWAY Mrs. McNellis got her start in catering when she was about 13. The first time she handled a party by herself was when the woman who owned the business fell arid broke her shoulder. "You know how they say that the mail must go through? Veil, when you've agreed to cater a party the party must go on, too, no matter what." Mrs. McNellis takes care of all the details for her parties. She does the shopping and the cooking, furnishes the table service if necessary, provides waitresses and a bartender, and handles the serving. The whole idea, she explains, Js to provide the kind of help and service that many people are accustomed to in their homes back East: Since many are visitors in the Old Pueblo, the silver and the service- they would generally use is unavailable. That's where Mrs. McNellis comes in. She has two silver chafing dishes, a large silver punch bowl and silverware for 100. Her menus are planned so that there will he something that will appeal to all the guests. For example, if the meal is built around Lobrtef Newburg she.in- cludes another main dish because "often men don't like creamed foods and there are always people who won't eat fish." Of all the meats she prepares for parties "I probably serve more filet than - anything. else since it can be cut with a fork and won't take up Aoo much room on the plate. "Personally I like chicken W E R E P A I R ANY CLEANER MADE ESTIMATES PICK-UP * DELIVERY Disposable Paper Bap HoMa for All Makes t Models New, U*ed Rebuilt CLEANERS 13 YEARS IN TUCSON Vacuum Cleaner Specialist FILTER QUEEN of TUCSON 561 N. Fourth Ave. , MA 4-3353 Fully Taffeta Lined m RAPERIES ·V3 SAVE 25% f" l^§?5 Beof f/i« Heat! Save 25% on fhes« fully f offer a lined printed draperies . . . designed fo Jctcp your home 75 s cooler during Summer's hot days! 72x54 ............ 11.91 96x54 ........... . 14.91 48x84 ...... . ..... 8.9S 72xi4 ........... 15.9i 96x14 ........... 19.9i 144x84 ........... 29.98 Cotton Bedspreads Fully washable, no ireninf required. Single or double »iie. Colon: Pink, fclue, white, moize. f Summ«rtim« Spexiol ISO ;* · / / V5'*i OPEN MONDAY EVENINGS C 6 E D I T A V A H A B I E TQ APPROVED A C C O U N T S E/iST C C N G R f S S MA 2 TOMORROW'S SCHOOL LUNCH AMPHITHEATER Menu Not Available SUNNVSIDE Tuna and Egg Salad Sandwich Green Beans ,: Carrot Curls / Cake ' FLOWING WELIS Menu Not Available TUCSON Fish Stick* Mashed Potatoes CpJe Slaw Whole Wheat fails and Butter Cookie Milk Announcing " that .-,."·· .-., . GWYN CAP1N, D.VM*'' bu taken over the practice . at . , ' · · ' " ' ' Tanque Vtrlt, Animal Hospital.. , f ~ , ,8620E.TanqueVfrdeRd, A% 8-8071 --Citlien Pheto '. LETS SEE, 1 NEED . . .' Mrs. J. M. McNellis begins organizing silver service before loading her station wagon with party supplies. Mrs. McNellis caters private parties in Tucson and can, if necessary, supply silverware,for 100, the punch bowl and cups and two chaf- · ' · ·. flng dishes. ,- . .· . - / / " V ^ " · breasts fixed with : wine. and mushrooms." It's an accepted fact in Tuc- son that Mrs. McNelli* is a great success in her business. This she attributes to the loyal andj-'dependable help she has and;.to her own personal philosophy of doing more than is expected of h^r. ''I believe that a person's reputation is more.important than money,: and ··'·!$' rather lose money than leave, .any of my customers unhappy. · TYPING CLASS F O R T E E N - A G E R S H.un 1-10:30 Monday, Friday, Junt 13 -Aug. 12 Experts agree, your child can and should learn to type at an early age. Typing increases spelling ability, neatness, vocabulary, word fluency, desire to write; often results in better grades. Typing qualifies teen-agers for part-time work, a place on student publications, prepares them for the countless jobs which demand typing later in life. Write »r telephone today for ywr copy of our IMW Teen-age T y p l a i Bulletin, containing full facts, without charge or obligation! SAM SAYS: WI'RI ALL · '. - -.-.; . - - t - .- ' J L -. , - · t - , « , ··,,·'-. GRAIN-FED BUSINESS COLLEGE 537 5. SIMM Phone MA J-7411 ·7J SUMMER IN TUCSON In days of yore, the Old Pueblo withered on the vine socially as the dog days approached ... but, cheers! . . . it is thus no more! Summer'now simply means that the social scene moves from the drawing room onto the lanai, in the patio, and betide the pool! Light buffets, poolslde snacks and the aperitif and cocktail reign supreme! And who is behind the scenes, making all the merriment flow smoothly and effortlessly? Ah, you're ahead of us, we fee--it's Gourmet, of course! Our expert catering service is a bless- iiif' to the hostess--we take care of every detail with flair and deftness! Whether you plan an intimate thing or a function for hundreds, assign your catering problems to this number: EA S-5HW . , . and forget them --you just be lovely and gracious! PS--Remember the June bride with an exquisite treasure from our fabulous new Gift Shop! X} It's Smart to Say We Call Speedway and Campbell Across from the Southern Arizona Bank Hours: 8:30 to 6:00 Carry-out PH. EA 5-S2*' Custom DELICATESSEN GIFT SHOP CATERING AT s Citizen comics--the world's best comics! THIS WEEK'^ SPECIALS j: (Good Through Saturday) CHUCK -M~ r ^ RIB Steaks RD Roast . . . Round Steak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hamburger (3 Ibs.) 1.00 M - ·· · - - - .'.· *H», You're invited to ihop at HARBOUR HEATS 4464 East Broadway " j · · :·'· · STORE HOURS 9 A . M . - 6 P.M. Fridayi -- 9 A. M. - 7 P.M. almost barefoot... our new handmade Italian sandals Capistrano Like heralding summer with a laugh and ^ song! Deft manipulation of strips snd straps make a glorious collection of finely made cork wedge sandals rhat dare expose a prerry foot to the summer sun. All wonderfully foam-cushioned. Low flat w e d j; e in natural glove leather with brass r i n g e d perforations. 8.95 Mid-hi «ork wedge, braided strap sandal with b r a i l buckle. Vhite or n a t u r a l , glove leather. 10.95 ·at t* renmnwtnm Tmrvtm" T-strap, low wed)!« « 8 n d a i. wnnt. Natural or Ph*, 7.95

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