Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 3, 1960 · Page 22
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 22

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, June 3, 1960
Page 22
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fAGEZi T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN · FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 3, I960 MONDAY'S scHodrwncH \ Hardgrove- AMPHITHEATER Menu Not Available FLOWING WELLS Menu Not Available SUNNYSIDE Vienna Sausage Brown Potatoes Buttered Sauer Kraut Hot Bread Fruit Milk TUCSON Hot Mem Sandwich on Hot Do£ Bun Buttered String Besns Pesdi and Cwag? Cheese Salad Mystery Cake Milk for fun * * m the Giris' SUNSUITS ttwOlltS 4MM3 . T«Mm. 1 1o 4 FFICM "ftert wt ,, , Gtri SHORTS SIM 2 to 6X Pricvt start at - $ 1 Boyi' BEACHCOMBERS 1.I9 to S 2.98 Minis' SHORTS Sit« 7 to .14 £pp«r id« opiningi Pricei rtort at 5 1.29 5308 E. 22nd St. AX 8-5102 In County Fair C*n4*r Op«n £v«mngi 'til 9 Sondoy 'til 5 Jossel Rites White p'adioli and majestic daisies decorated the altar of the 1-irst Methodist Church last evening utirn Nancy Qiarlycne Jossol and Lt. Michael Hardprove were married. The couple is now on a honeymoon trip to the Kast Coast and will live in Aberdeen, Md., after J u n e !!). Nancy received her bachelor of arts degree Wednesday from the University of Arizona. She was a member of National Collegiate Players. honorary, and University Players. A Tucson Hi^ii School graduate, she is the daughter of Mrs. Harry B. Jesse!. 2«7 E. 1st St., and the late Mr. Jossel. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Emmctt G. Hardgrove, 2540 E. EdJson St. He Rraduatcd from Tucson High School and the University of Arizona and is presently on the staff of the U. S. Army Ordnance School. While at UA he was a member of the University Players. Judith Hughes of Salt Lake City, Utah, served as maid of honor in the formal, double ring ceremony. Margaret Lament and Margaret Pritchard of Mesa were bridesmaids. Nancy wore a floor length gown of white chantilly lace over tulle. The billowy skirt was highlighted by tiers of ruffles in the back. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion was secured by a lace cap. Her attendants, gowned in ballerina aquamarine chiffon, wore matching mitts and veils. Melanie Del Warte was the flower girl and Joubert Davenport carried the rings. Phillip Hendren of Chicago served as best man and ushers were James Newcomer and James Haire. . Miss Carol Travis and Susan GuJlberg were assisting hostesses at a reception in the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Moore, 2950 N. Miramar Dr. Jones-Ring Nuptials Solemnized JoAnn Ring and Alvin Tilden Jones exchanged nuptial vows Wednesday at the home of Superior Court Judge Robert 0. Roylston, who performed the ceremony. The couple is now living at 2531 N. Forgeus Ave. JoAnn, daughter of Mrs. Rose C. Myers of Canton, Ohio, graduated from Andrew Jackson High School, Chicago. Mr. Jones graduated from the U. S. Air Force Institute, Madison, Wis., and is how employed by the Lightening A Ranch. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Marvin P. Jones of Robert Lee, Tex. Mrs. Talmage Williams was matron of honor in the double ring ceremony and Robert J. Burns was best man. MRS. ALVIN JONES . . . JoAnn Ring JoAnn wore a peach sheath, with a beige chiffon overskirt, three - quarter length puffed sleeves and a rounded neckline. She chose a strand of pearls and pearl earrings for her accessories. Stun HUM wr,u y DRESSES lt.Mto2t.tf Values, leduced to clear }off SUN DRESSES New Stylet for Sun 'n Fun. FJtOM 10 98 JOANNE'S Alvernon at Broadway TRICOT BRIEFS Whit* Sm. ( Med. Had Large r --Lynn Sander* - MRS. MICHAEL HARDGROVE . . . Nancy Charlyene Jossel 555 Dr. L F. Radmacher Dentist ISO N. Church Ave. Full and Partial Denturet Dtnturf Repair Tclcohonc MA 2-1761 1 Of course, you need more than crib-sized sleeping space. But, if you are sharing a double size (54 inch wide) bed, your half of the bed is 27 inches wide, exactly, the same size as a baby's crib. YOUR ANSWER TO CRAMPED SLEEPING? 10 pc. KING SIZE SLEEP SET YOU GET ALL THIS KING SIZE 6'x7' MATTRESS 2 KING SIZE BOX SPRINGS KING SIZE FRAME 2 KING SIZE CONTOUR SHEETS 2 KING SIZE TOP SHEETS KING SIZE BLANKET KING SIZE MATTRESS PAD $ 199 95 complete the PIPE all Tucson'i Talking About! for today's casual living. Canterbury (English Made) MONTEREY Sheer delight in comfort and colo Wear it for shopping to the store, or on your own patio. AII $12.50 VALUE CITALINA DRUGS 2310 N. Campbell Avt. T.I. EA 5-2697 many styles and colors to choose from. NMW widths CUSTOM DRAPERIES INCLUDING LABOR! Choose from a superb collection of decorator fabrics, all »t one low price! Fiberglas prints, solids, and textures -- regular values to $5.50 without labor. Windowcrnft 2717 N. First Ave. VERONA Trim, inurt linei ftihiontd w'jh · cioi.d hwl ind clinic id« gorn for ihit "m«d«-for-you-fit" ind diy-long comfort. Cu«hlony Duo-Textur» plit- formi »nd cork-liflhtenid «ol««. 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