Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 30, 1963 · Page 12
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 12

Tucson, Arizona
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Tuesday, April 30, 1963
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T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1963 Your Choice! Any of our Finest Slock of CARPET ... including Wool Wiltons and Axmiflsfer . , . DuPonf 501 Continuous Filament Nylons from fop mills iike Magee and Monarch! e ** ^* ·· ·fc^ Square Yard ONE LOW PRICE Comp/efe/y fnsfaf/edf -John LaDue'r- ECONOMY CARPET 4622 E. Speedway EA 6-3941 Bank Terms Levy's Sc-naty Salon Call .»*.*. 1-WA or 624-«4ii, KXS-. 274 Downtown Only It Costs So Little To Be a Beauty BUDGET BEAUTY SERVICE 5.55 One price includes our 5.55 permanent with cut, shampoo and set. Budget-pampering price . . . quality service. Make your appointment tomorrow! Not for bleached or tinted hair. Shampoo Set 1.75 Cut Alone 1.50 Manicure 2.00 Wear Your Rummcige Luncheon Set May 8 Sustaining members of the Junior League of Tucson, Inc., will g a t h e r Wednesday, May 8, for their annual Wear Your Rummage Luncheon. The luncheon will be held at the home of Mrs. John B. O'Dowd, 8300 E. Cloud Rd. Mrs. Lew Place is chairman of the luncheon, which will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Guests will wear their rummage and take rummage for the forthcoming sale to the luncheon. T h e a n n u a l J u n i o r League rummage sale will be at the Pima County Fairgrounds Oct. 4 and 5. It is one of the League's main projects for raising money for its Community Trust Fund. NIVERSITY lEWELERS MOTHER'S DAY MAY 12 Gold Silver MONOGRAM PINS with charms attached for each child or grandchild Starting at Mrs. Thatcher Loring, chairman of the 1963 rummage sale, will be assisted by Mrs. Robert Long, assistant chairman. Serving on the committee are Mmes. Fred Boice, Robert Lawrence, H o w a r d Bremond, Lawrence Bret Harte, Robert Schofield, Rockwell Jackson, Frank Patania Jr., Edward Meyer, John Leonard, H. Wilson Sundt, Thomas Webster, William Crydermann and H. J. Lauver Jr. Donations of rummage are welcome from any members of the community and arrangements for pickup can be made through Mmes. Loring, Long, and Schofield. The Schweitzer School for GIFTED CHILDREN is now scheduling ADMITTANCE TESTS For the Fall Semester KINDERGARTEN THROUGH 5TH GRADE PHONE AX. 8-1314 W E E K D A Y S ! 5 TO 7 P.M. SATURDAY-SUNDAY 10 A.M. TO NOON. MRS. CHARLES SUMMER, M. A. DIRECTOR. LOVELY, LOVELY CHAIRS! . . . the kind of chairs you never expected to see at this new, low price. Come try them! V Curvaceously French and Quilted for elegance! REGULAR 79.50 You'll be delighted with the cheery new look you can create with these elegant armless chairs. Here are rich, lustrous floral quilts; sunny yellows and golds with soft beiges, or cool refreshing greens with blue . . . even a self tone quilt in a rich beige matelasse, ell set off by the warm fruitwood tone legs. These are GOOD chairs too . . . solidly built with dowelled and reinforced corner blocks, buoyant foam cushioning. Why wait ... see these wonderful new buys todayl NEW AT JOHNSON'S . . . NOTHING DOWN, 36 MONTHS TO PAY1 Relax in Total Comfort in this Big, Inviting Chair! This is the kind of lazy chair you'll reserve JUST for yourself alone! The soft pillowy attached back . . . the "floating comfort" of foam and cela-cloud in the zippered, reversible cushions . . . all bring you tip to toe comfort! And you'll be surprised too . . . that such comfort comes in a chair of faultless good REGULAR taste. 119.50 Select from two exciting, fresh fabrics in singing golds, smokey charcoal, to full- bodied tangerine, and marine green. Come see this chair now! NEW AT JOHNSON'S . . . NOTHING DOWN, 36 MONTHS TO PAY! A Decorator's Delight . . . Tufted Barrel-Back Chairs ONLY 79 REGULAR 99.50 You'll glorify your home with the tufted beauty of this delightful chair, small in scale yet so generous in its comfort. Even heavyweights won't hurt this well-crafted chair. From its quality frame of select hardwoods to the easy-care nylon cover, this chair was built to use. Choose your favorite color, gold, beige, brown, pumpkin, turquoise, persimmon, or blue. But select now . . . they'll sell quickly at this low price! ixl NEW AT JOHNSON'S ... NOTHING DOWN, 36 MONTHS TO PAY! WHERC GOOD FlftKITNtE 4380 E. BBOAltWAl llYst 6-43184 Shop Monday, Wednesday Friday until Nine P.M. Life's Twice As Much Fun For Us ·And Twice As Hectic For Morn! What baby doesn't love looking in a mirror? Twins have an animated "mirror" playmate from the very start. , Playpen pals John and Joseph Talbot are the 16- month-old sons of Mr. and Mrs, Donald Talbot, 2226 S. McFee Ave., and the grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. Duane W. Sprague, 1926 E. Granito Vista. : Five-month-old SuSan and Sherry are the daughters of the Melvin McAllisters, 6918 Rudgers Place. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson, 2712 S. Forgeus Ave., are the parents of twin charmers Jon Andrew anq Jeffrey Allen. JOHN AND JOSEPH TALBOT *~ " " " · ?r?Sg3S?3'«£2as'S»*OT I SUSAN AND SHERRY MCALLISTER JON AND JEFFREY NELSON YOUR STARS By SYDNEY OMARR WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1983 ARIES (MAR. 21 TO APR. 1») Start off new month with realistic attitude concerning security, family, lob, business. Stress Inventiveness; creative endeavors. No Umo for restriction. Plan* push ahead. TAURUS (APR. M TO MAY M) Hectic day If you don't prepare early. Means be ready for emergencies . . . changes, surprise requests or orders. Chance to spread Influence, enlarge scope of activities. Be ready! GEMINI (MAY 11 TO JUNE 21) Keep mind open for Ideas, new methods. Key Is versatility. Strive for the new. Be Independent In thought, action. Don't be "tied down" by past methods. Be a "pioneer"! CANCER (JUNE 32 TO JULY 11) Analyze conditions, regarding spending, money matters, possessions. Trust Intuition. You are able to perceive Important facts concerning budget. Think, take security route. LEO (JULY M TO AUG. 11) Cycle up. Means "break" factor on your side. Move with confidence, Independence. Be original In approach. Trust ludgment. Speak, communicate, write . . . make personal contacts. Be alive, vital, dynamic. VIRGO (AUG. M TO SEPT. 12) You are traveling "progress path." Means lunar cycle Indicates you art approaching aoal. Confidence needed from friends, family members. Avoid skeptics who constantly bicker, I.M,,- Plaln. LIBRA (SEPT. II TO OCT. U Day to bring wishes closer Jo reality. Be determined. Get at the truth, the hsart of the matter. Check sources. Including your newspaper. Welcom* challenges, new Ideas. SCORPIO (OCT. a TO NOV. 11) Avoid self-deception. Temptation Is to see situation as you wish It could be . . . Instead of way It really exists. Be specific. Get facts. Discard rumors. Excellent chance to elevate prefix slonal standing. SAGITTARIUS (NOV. 12 TO DEC. IIS Draw line between friendships and "false prophets." Check motives. Be sure you are not "paying through the nose." Ask for accouniing. Be realistic but considerate. CAPRICORN (DEC. 12 TO JAN. 10) First day of month sees you setting off to "head start." Push toward goal. Plan, create opportunities. Display willingness to handle responsibility. Give cooperation. AQUARIUS (JAN. 31 TO FEB. 1») Slow down. Conserve energy. Don't reveal all you know. But ba ready to "pull a surprise." Key Is alertness, perceptlveness. Be sure to finish what you start today. PISCES (FEB. 10 TO MAR. M) Check resources. Don't go overboard on promises or spending. Best course Is conservative one. Be moderate In dealing with people. Enloy yourself, but concentrate on simplicity. O O O IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY . , . you are exciting, "magnetic" Individual. You are good salesman, a leader, and Inspire others. O 0 O GENERAL TENDENCIES) Cycle up for Cancer, Leo, Virgo. Special word to Aquarius: Patience, dstermlnatlon, willingness wins day. Copyright 1943 If yon like Early American you'll love browsing in ... JACK ADAMS' ONTIER COMPM7 2520 Miracle Mile MA -4-2864 Open Daily 9-5:30. Closed Sunday Open Eve By Appointment Now... Gerber Meats in Glass With handy, Quick-Twist* caps. Yes, Gerber Meats (like all Gerber Baby Foods) now come in sparkling jars that are extra-easy to open and reclose for refrigeration of unused portions. Made from savory Armour cuts, they're processed by an exclusive method which "locks" in" true-meat flavors, protects precious nutrients and insures a marvelous, moist texture. Strained for wee ones, evenly minced for juniors. And isn't it reassuring to know that these quality meats are the products of two great specialists-Gerber, famous for fine baby foods and Armour, famous for fine meats, Gerber« MEATS FOR BABIES Tucsonians Join PEO State Board Three Tucsonians have been elected to the state board of PEO Sisterhood for the coming term. Miss Alice Butts will serve as first vice president under incoming president Mrs. Elene Hicks of' Coolidge. Mrs. Raymond S. Clark is the new second vice president, and Mrs. J. F. Ledbetter, recording secretary. They were elected this past weekend during the 32nd annual convention in Yuma. In addition, Mrs. Barton Marshall, also of Tucson, was appointed area chairman for Cottey College in Nevada, Mo., which is supported by PEO. Other state officers are Mrs. Catherine Howsman of Phoenix, organizer; Mrs. Ralph A. Crowe of Yuma, corresponding s e c r e tary; and Mrs. Hester Cochran of Phoenix, treasurer. TOMORROWS SCHOOL LUNCH AMPHITHEATER Sliced Ham Potatoes and Gravy Green Beans Hot Rolls and Butter Dessert Milk or Chocolate Milk FLOWING WELLS Creamed Chicken Mashed Potatoes Celery Sticks Fruit Jello Hot Rolls Milk MARANA Sliced Cold Meat and Cheese Potato Salad Sliced Tomatoes Hot Rolls and Butter Fruit and Milk SUNNYSIDE Oven Baked Beans Cabbage Salad Hot Bread Glazed Doughnuts Milk TUCSON Beef Enchilada Buttered Peas Cottage Cheese with Fruit Peanut Butter Chews Milk or Chocolate Milk Cootiettes Schedule Party On Thursday A card party is planned by Cootiette Club No. 550 for 2 p.m. Thursday in the Cootiette clubroom, 127 E. 10th St. Chairman of the games is Mrs. Emmett Claunch. Mrs. Ha B. Rogers has charge of refreshments. Anyone interested is welcome to attend. ·· . ' · . · ' - , ' , . · · ; ' Berkhouse TrothTold Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Osborn, 7602 N. -Thprnydale Road, announce the «fl- · gagement of 'their daughter, Ruth Helen, to Stanley Eugene Berkhouse. He is the son of Ofa Berkhouse, 4032 E. Grant Road. The bride-elect is a graduate of M a r a n a High School. Her f i a n c e was graduated f r o m Catalina Junior K!gh School. No date has been set for the wedding. Regina Lane Is Betrothed Mr. and Mrs. William J. Lane, 3536 N. Fontana Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Reglna, to Raymond David Rodgers of Boston, Mass. ·; The bride-elect is a senior at A m p h i t h e a t e r High School. Her fiance is serving in the U. S. Marine Corps, The wedding is planned for June 14 at North Tucson Baptist Church. UA Junior Wins Interior Design Scholarship Miss Sue Peyton of Pecos, Tex., has been named winner of the annual scholarship presented by the Arizona Chapter of the National Society of Interior Design. The $300 award was announced at a'dinner Saturday evening by Ray Salzman, president of the chapter. -· Miss Peyton is a junior at the University of Arizona. Her selection was based on the portfolio showing room rendering, color schemes and . art work she submitted along with other students in interior design. Saturday's dinner was sponsored by the UA student chapter of NSID. It was held in the home economics school building. - UNWANTED HAIR REMOVED From Face, Hairline, Eyebrows, Arms, L«gs, Ntcklino Consult with Man., Tues., Wed. 10 to 2 Dr. J. Maurice Brody Electrolysis Specialist Every Eve. 6 to 8 p.m. For Appt. Call 325-8162 2649 E. 6th Si. at Sawtelle Tucson, Arizona FOR CHILDREN WHO REQUIRE CORRECTIVE SHOES-- Mother's Day SPECIAL Reg." $20.00 Value PERMANENT; Special for 1 Daughter ., Special for Mother .... TOTAL FOR 2 SPEEDWAY BEAUTY SHOP 929 E. Speedway FREE Parting Next Door MA »-ia»z long IntW* t*olh*r counter to pravwit foot from rolling in. Wld* hoovy rivty «t*»l thank* to at- ·ur* proper riflJdit Orthopedic h««l · wring more Mppor* on the Snild* of th» fool. If you even suspect that your child is developing a foot fault--consult your doctor, and bring the prescription to Hirsh's. A pair of Kali-ped-iks properly fitted could avoid serious problems in the years ahead. Also · complete line of straight list and outflar*. Proper Fit h Always a Must At, . » FOR BETTER SHOES 5512 E 22nd St. 2810 N. County Fair Center Campbell Plata 2934 E. Broadway Near Broadway Village

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