Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 2, 1973 · Page 22
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PAGE 22 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1973 Skyline goes Scottish ' ' : .'' J ' ·-.·; c · ' · - · ' · ; - ' \ ^-S · " . . · " ' - ' ' · ' - -- Citizen Photo? Jack Bingham (above) wearing a tam-o-shanter and Mrs. Dave Deakins Price (below) with a bottle of Scotch around her neck were among the guests at Skyline's Scottish party. Kilts, tartans and tain-o-shanters added a festive note to a ''Scottish" party Wednesday at Skyline Country Club. The occasion was Skyline's 10th annual golf invitational, which draws participants from California to the Grand Bahamas and points between. Golf play.started Monday, but Wednesday night's get-together is always the highlight of the social events. Guests wore some pretty hilarious get-ups. Plaid slacks, jackets and hats dotted the packed bar area. Dan Danforth from Mesa sported an elegant kilt and balmoral (Scottish hat, usually knitted, with a fringe ball on top); Jean Daman was lovely in a long dress with tartan draped over her left shoulder. .; Mr. and Mrs. Dave Deakins Price were there, ! and she had great fun telling about her Christmas present from him -- a round trip 3-day "bridge" vacation in Tucson for her and six of her bridge-playing friends in Oklahoma City. The Prices divide their time between there and Tucson. The gift must have been an inspiration -- it's the one present Mrs. Price didn't return! Following the cocktail hour, guests feasted,on a marvelous buffet -- numerous salads, shrimp and lobster on ice, roast pig, to name a few. Some of those enjoying the gala were Leonard and Phoebe Savage, Dick and Marion Austin, the H.C. Hoods, Donna and Walt Laos, the Henry Parkers, Frank and Carol Gonzales and the John .Chin- nocks. ' , ; : ' '- . . .'.i Bedecking the Bails ' r | The Pioneer International Hotel will be decked with all sorts of flowers and splendor for the annual Baile de las Flores. So will many of the guests. Although costumes are optional, lots of people wear them. Women have discovered their husbands w?S don a Mexican wedding shirt and slacks, and enjoy going "informally." Some of the costumes, will be elaborate; others will be just for fun. But one thing is fairly certain. This should be one of the biggest, greatest bailes ever. It's hard to believe, but this marks the 54th year for this traditional party, and excitement is in the air -- the dance is only about a week away (Saturday, Feb. 10th). ' . , ' . - . ' . Chairman Dottie Sundt's telephone has been ringing with inquiries about the gathering. Although many invitations are mailed, the baile committee welcomes one and all. Mrs. Everett Czerny is taking reservations. Getting into the spirit of the affair are a host of baile fans who attend year after year. Many prebaile bashes are planned. Dottie and Unky Sundt are teaming with cochairmen Betty Jo Drachman and Jim for a cocktail party at the Old Pueblo Club. Other hosts are Sally and Lee Davis, Bob and Lydia Paulsen, Shirley Moore, Billie and Marshall Jones and Betsy and Charlie Conner. . Chuck and Pat Pettis and Mary Helen and Dick Giles Gerhart will have dinner for about 60 guests at the Gerharts'. And the Harold Ashtons also plan to gather friends before the event. Incidentally, those who love to dance will be interested in the music -- the Glenn Miller orchestra will play. Here and There Friends of former Tucsonian Bill Smitheran were delighted to see him last night. He came from Long Beach to play in the Old Timers pregame "show" at McKale Memorial Center. The game, which featured former UA basketball players against the junior varsity, was held prior to the .UA-Wyoming game. , While in town, Bill is staying with Carolyn and Bill Kemmeries. And on the party scene, everyone is still talking about the marvelous gathering given by Charlie and Sally Moore and Mac and Jo Rogers last Friday. Guests nibbled great hors d'oeuvres and sipped cocktails while they listened to mariachis and admired the view of Tucson from Skyline Country Club. Among the party-goers were Joey and Carol Flinn, Peter and Tena Voorlas, Carl and Charlene Noble, Jinimy and Jean Martin, Jerry and Dorothy Shull, Igor and Mary Gorin, Jack and Elaine Stilb and Del and Margery Forsberg. Another gala, which should be memobrable, is being held tonight in Green Valley. Marie and Neal Simonson have invited friends for a Mexican buffet, complete with mariachis. The party is being held in the home they own there, although they live in Tucson. Marie had great fun decorating the casa with cowhides. Marion and Ernest Dickey have said goodbye to John and Kay Daugherty, who were visiting from St. Mary's County, Maryland. John came to Arizona to combat a lingering cold, and the Dickeys were most chagrined at the weather which greeted the Daugher- V ^ · For the bride Susan Brewer, who becomes the bride of Bruce Buffum tomorrow at First Christian,Church, has been a busy girl. Jean Krygowski gave a shower for Ker, as did Treva Peck. Tonight, the rehearsal dinner is at the Brewers', and the reception tomorrow will be at Tucson National Golf Club. Susan's parents are Roy and Joan Brewer, and Bruce is the son of Carl and Edie Buffum. Susan's paternal grandmother, Mrs. Verl Hawks of Green Valley; will attend the festivities, as will her maternal grandparents, the William Deckers of Chicago. Larry Cooper of Dallas (left) chats with kilt-clad Ray Plerson of Tucson. Foglebochs celebrate 60th Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fugle-' boch will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with an. f open house from 2 to 5 p.m. aCf the home of their daughter^ Mrs. Howard Mathewson, 1145 E. Blanton Drive. at The Foglebocks were married Feb. 4,1913, at St. John's" Lutheran Parsonage in Erie,, Pa. They are active memberj£. of Our Saviour's ' Lutheran^ Church inTucson. ~' Foglebock is retired from Lovell Manufacturing Co. in Erie. They have two grandsons, Peter Mathewson of National City, Calif., and David Mathewson of Tucson, and two great-grandchildren. ' \ \ 1973 Duster with carpets, vinyl Interior, side stripes. Deluxe · wheel covers, bright bumper guards, trip rail mouldings. Come in for a great deal and get a canopy vinyl roof at no extra cost. You can get the roof at no extra charge when you buy the car as described. That's because the factory doesn't charge - A \ us for it, so we don't · ^ x v^. , , have to charge you for it. / / / Beaudry ~Plymoutfi CHRYSLER IMPERJAL 4646 E. 22nd Streef/795-6'260 \arnt filOS.Country Club Rd. ^^"~ Between Rdw'yb 22nd St. Phorm 793-0401 Stor* Hours Mon.-Fri. 9-6 Sot 9-5:30 PRIME TIME PANTS SUIT is tuned into fashion in machine-washable J Polyester Knit. Smooth, poised, upstaging all others. Back-zip Shell puts on its own show, teamed with the sleeveless button-free Vest. Pull-on Pants take their color cue from the starring stripes. Purple/Mauve or Brown/Gold Just one of our noteworthy Pants Suits. \ Sizes 8-18 \Tbere '$ always plenty of free parking. City Bus #11 stops right at our door #

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