Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 3, 1960 · Page 21
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 21

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, June 3, 1960
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Nuptials Solemnized At St. Margaret's FRIDAY, JUNE 3, I960 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN PAGE 21 Mexico City Meeting Led To Lifetime 'Job' Citizen Photo DAVIS YOUNGSTERS ENJOY PICNICKING Mrs. J. Luther Davis hands a picnic basket to Peggy, 7, and Jimmy, 11, as they pack the back of their station wagon for a supper on Mt. Lemmon a favor- ite summertime excursion for the family. Freddy, 9, supervises the preparations. Mr. Davis is president of Tucson Ga%, Electric Light and Power Co. Royal Redeco ra ting A head By MARGARET SAV1LLE LONDON--UPI--Princess Margaret and her husband Antony Armstrong-Jones seem almost sure to go on i do-it-yourself binge when they return from NOW... Serving Easlside TUCSON! A New McMAHAN FURNITURE STORE 4812 E. 22nd Si. In Miyfair Flu* Shopping Center ···«»············ ·· their honeymoon June IS.. Like newlyweds the world over they'll be itching to get into their own home and they'll be doing a lot of the decorating themselves. Do-it-yourself may be new to Margaret but it's old stuff to Tony, a do-ifeyourself man from 'way back. His old, pre-wedding flat in arty Chelsea was a monument to Tony's decorating, painting and furniture-repairing talents. The Ministry of Works is taking care of major redecorating of the home awaiting the couple at No. 10 Kensington Palace, the "grace and favor" residence given her sister by Queen Elizabeth. But the "touches" will be the Armstrong-Joneses' own. · Since the rooms of the old- world palace apartment face north and are rather dark with low ceilings, the Princess and Tony are planning light, gay color schemes.' They both like blue and green. Some of their friends have given them pieces of turquoise and jade glass which the Princess has begun to collect and which will blend with the decor. Furniture of the Regency Period also was on the Tony- Meg "request" list of wedding gifts. The Princess already has an exquisite little regency mahogany desk of her own and a set of blackwood tables which she'll transfer to her new home. She has chosen new china in blue with a pastel green and gold decoration. The newlyweds have decided to decorate their home themselves. Before the May 6 wedding they shopped for wallpaper, fittings and curtains, some coming from unfashionable little side street shops, some from more exclusive establishments. Although workmen are busy at the Kensington Palace flat, the Princess »nd Tony left word that they wanted some of the jobs left for them to do on their return from their Caribbean cruise on the yacht Britannia. They hope to move in late in July. Meantime they'll live in Margaret's old rooms at Clarence House. .It would not surprise her friends if Margaret herself mixed some of the paints. Tony may well provide sketches for cabinets and cupboards and perhaps lend a hand with the tools. He is an accomplished handyman. On hand to help will be Princess Margaret's personal maid, Mrs. Robina Gordon, known to Meg as "Ruby." But no other domestic staff has yet been engaged. 'shorr story /.'Op«n Monday and Friday until 9. Swmmcrf · ImptttmU · mptttmy ··)· flrJffffV* arictrfl lot* shirt in toft jungl* Bowtr print. . . . . ·. S.M Whit* Slog's cotton sailcloth shorts ... waist-nipping, with huM packets for contrast4.fS (Mow) . Sl»«v»)»n shirt of c!«sie simplicity . . .. eon- Matching Oxford rfl'HC ^VWMW Vn JPCO^O i*rPKf I Vt* yow SO^doy ?Wf», warfltoi »-x-V*-n-ij.».j eherft tfr nw farfkwB Nte ftrrcs*» Hworrnd By JOAN BAZAR , A chance meeting with a fel- j low University of Arizona stii- ! dent in Mexico City in 1!M4 led I to marriage and a busy, satis- j Tying life for Natalie. Young, ] now Mrs. J. Luther Davis. I As the wife of the Tucson j Gas, Electric Light and Power j Co.'s president, Mrs. Davis combines caring for her t h r e e youngsters with volunteer work for the community. She was a summer student at the National University in Mexico City, and Mr. Davis was visiting friends when they happened to meet at Sanborne's Restaurant. They were married in Tucson Jan. 26, 1947--the day following her graduation from UA. After earning his law degree in 1949, Mr. Davis went on to become Tucson's assistant city attorney in 1952 and one of the youngest city managers in the country a year later. He has been president of the utility company since January 1.959. Her husband's work doesn't require him to be. away from home in the evenings, Mrs. Davis said, but "he brings his worries home." He spends a couple of hours in paper work after dinner. For recreation they e n j o y square dancing with Los Cuad- rillos, tennis at the Racquet Club a n d family picnics on Mt. Lemmon. "I feel it's my duty to be fairly well read and aware of what's going on so I can discuss things with Luther with s o m e u n d e r s t a n d i n g , " s h e smiled. A native of Oregon, Mrs. Davis feels very much at home in Tucson. She takes part in a fund raising drive each year -- this year for Tucson Medical Center, in past years for the United Community Campaign or the Red Cross. She devotes an afternoon a \vcok to helping at (ho Amona State Museum as a J u n i o r League project and serves as a desk aide for exhibits at the Tucson Fine Arts Assn. In addition she acts as financial adviser for the active chapter of Pi Beta Phi sorority at the University. "I'd prefer to concentrate on j u s t one activity," she explained, "but I feel we should do our share in helping." She enjoys most aspects nf housework -- especially sewing. rooking and gardening. She enters the Citizen Sewing Contest regularly each spring because 7-ycar-oid Peggy has so much fun modeling in the finals. J i m m y , M. is a budding botanist with B lively curiosity about "everything"--right now he's growing some Venus Fly Traps in a greenhouse perched on a table in the dining room. T h e papier-mache pirate's head on the mantel is the work of Freddy. The 9-year-old's art work hns been on display at the Fine Arts Center Gallery. Cut Interest Costs On House, Car Loans U R B A N A , III. -- U P I -- Professor Russell M. Nolen, of the U n i v e r s i t y of Illinois, suggests these four ways to cut interest costs on loans for a house, f u r n i t u r e or car: --Make as large a down payment as possible. Sometimes, a lender gives a lower rate on a large down payment because less risk is involved. --Get. the lowest possible interest rate. Check on different types of loans at different lending agencies, such as banks, savings and loan associations, mortgage loan companies and insurance companies. --Use as short, a payment period as possible. --Try to get a loan that allows prepayment without penalty and will reduce interest charges as payments are made. Mr. and Mrs. Bfnny (.'. Sanare at home at 35.M S. Liberty Ave, following their marriage Saturday at St. Margaret's Catholic Church. The couple took a wedding trip to San Diego, Calif. Mrs. Sanchf/, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miguel L. Cane/, lOOfi W. Huron St., is the former Angelita 0. Cane^. Mr. Sanchez is the son of Mrs. R i t a Ruela*. IRl'i N, Dragoon Ave. Mr. and Mrs. F.rnie Yrharra, brother-in-law and sister of the bridegroom, attended the couple as best man and matron of honor. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Canoy., the bride's brother and sister- in-law, were honor attendants. The bridegroom's cousin. Emilia Grijalva and the bride's cousins Angle, Lupita and .Tesusita Al- mnzan were bridesmaids. Wedding guests were sealed by Manny Rojas, Ernesto Ar" m e n l n and the bride's cousins Ernesto and Reginaldo Almazan. Hilda Nogales was the flower girl and Michael Serno was ring bearer. Angelita wore a silk organza gown featuring a chapel train and sculptured bodice, adorned with sequins. She carried a CLUB NEWS MRS. SANCHEZ . . . Angelita Canez cascade bouquet of calla lilies. Attendants chose silk organza lavender and coral dresses fashioned with short sleeves and scooped necklines. The bride is a member of Club Esmeralda. Her husband is a civilian employe at Davls- Monthan Air Force Bas». Installations, Style Show Scheduled By Groups LISTEN TO THE LOWREY 895 The Only Complete Organ for 'fe.attirf. for Feature Dollar /or Dollar Your Ban Organ Buy Reverberation Hawaiian Glide Bar Vibraharp Chimes and Orchestra Bells Pipe Organ Voicing Two 44-notc Keyboards Complete Percussion Seagondollar Music Store 264 E. Congreit MA 2-5931 SEE OUR BABY CARE MODEL I960 FRIGIDAIRE WASHERS F R O M Members of thr. Christian B u s i n e s s a n d Professional Women's Club will model bridal fashions of "Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow" from Grace's Bridal Shop at the Monday meetinp. The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. in the Westerner Hotel and guest speaker will be Jack Marshall, who has been director of the Tucson Youth-for Christ. Dinner reservations are being taken by Francis MacDonnell. All business and professional women are welcome to come. o o o Ocotillo Toastmistress Club will install new officers at 7 p.m. tomorrow at Mac's Place. Mrs. Clayton Herbert will be installed as president; Mrs. George Popa, vice president; Mrs. Ernest Bury, secretary; Mrs. William Barker, treasurer, and Mmes. Harold Flaherty and Earl Rice, representatives, o o o Officers of the Women of Unico will be installed at a 1 p.m. luncheon tomorrow in the HiwayHouse. Elected officers are Mrs. Pat Angiullo, president; Mrs. John Fazio, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Peter Cinqueraani, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Louis Mastrangelo, chaplain. $ 169 With Trade CECIL CAVER'S 4044 E. SPEEDWAY EA 7-6571 SERVING TUCSON J4 YEARS We Ren/ Rtfrigeratar*--Rongei--Wo$n«ri--TVi f'^n^^t^i^v^v^^^^u^jp^^i^^'j^'-iy^^^ NAN'S FASHIONS 2826 N. Campbell Ave. Campbell Plnza Shopping Center Make summer and these vacations » joy w i t h play- clothes. Sec our stunning selection now. Cict jet /or stunning sunnin'. Completely Fashionable Coordinates io keep you looking crisp-polsed-pretly, despite soaring temperatures. Tempting colors, excitinjt styles in shorts, bras, jamalcas, skirts, blouses. Every one » Dan River w»sh ft we»r. Be the Belle nf the Beach as well, select your xwimsuit ·nd accessory from our bright collection. The romantic gas light, *9.95 --a glorious traditional lamp of the Old West, in ebony wrought iron--for patio, poolside table or wall! Gas cartridge (69c) lasts A lusts! HOUSE'n Tucson's finest--th« Southw*st's largest patio furnfturo stor* furniture wo. c 2500 E. Speodwoy of Tucson Blvd. Open Mon. thru Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. New! Colorbright Pool Settings --with 10-Year Rustproof Guarantee! Top right--Big 42-in. oval table and four matching chairs in glamorous, all "weather Meadowcraft mesh--in sky blue, antique green, pink, white, aqua, black! Complete ensemble . . . . . . $1 79.00 Lower right--Conversation grouping--with graceful loveseat, twin leisure chain and handsome cocktail table--in All-weather Meadowcraft, in six colon! Complete ensemble $159.00 Below--The famous Ame« Aire "terrace diner"--flair slyled with highly polished frame* in black or bronze, cool and comfortably laced with tangerine, yellow, pink, turquoise, white or sand, resilient vinyl. Two chairs, safety-glass topped table. Complete ensemble $94.73 Budget terms or benkjinmndng mrt of course mvmileblt mt-- " *w^Wir ·*

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