Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 3, 1960 · Page 23
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 23

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FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 3, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE Betty Anthony Wed At Santa Cruz Church Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paul Tocco are making their home in San Gabriel. Calif., following their wedding Saturday at Slnta Cruz Catholic Church. The bride, formerly Betty Louise Anthony, is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Anthony, 114 W. 34th St. Mr. Tocco's parents are Mr. and Mr?, Joseph Tocco, 2005 E. 34th St. Betty chose a chantiily lace and taffeta gown for the formal c e r e-m o n y. The sculptured bodice was styled with a scal- loped neckline and long sleeves and the front panel of her bouffant skirt was made of delicate lace. Cecilia Portillo attended her as maid of honor and the bridegroom's brother Pete Tocco was best man. Jim Conrad and Norman Fierro of North Adams, Mass., seated the 'wedding guests. Betty attended Immaculate Heart Academy and Mr. Tocco graduated from Tucson High School. He is employed by Gate- wav Markets in California. Go 'On The Town' Saturday COOK'S CORNER MRS. FRANK TOCCO . . . Betty Anthony Mrs. Hancock's Seafood Casserole Unexpected guests who drop by only «n hour or so beforr dinner won't present a problem to the hostess who's prepared. Mrs. Virpil Hancock always keeps a stock of canned poods on her pantry shelf and can whip up a Rourmet casserole at a moment's notice. Here's her favorite casserole recipe. The ingredients you'll need are: 7'/j ounre can crab meat, ~i/j ounce can shrimp, can cream of mushroom soup, can Chinese noodles medium size, small onion sauteed in butter, \/ 4 cup each diced parsley and diced celery and a package of almonds. Combine shrimp, crabmeat and noodles in layers in casserole with onion, ^soup, parsley and celery spooned on each individual layer. Place almonds on top. Heat thorotifihly at 375 degrees for 45 minutes. Serves four. For a really elegant dish, use fresh whole mushrooms, shrimp and crabmeat. A N N U A L FACTORY CLEARANCE SALE! AT THE FACTORY - 601 W. RILLITO - 2 BLOCKS WEST OF PAGO PAGO off ORACLE TREMENDOUS SAYINGS - Saturday Sunday Only Squaw - Patio Dresses · Fabrics · Braids and Trims 1 Cotton Squaw Dresses In Chuck Wagon Prinlt. . SIP 00 Value, to $20.00. Only 15 dresses fhis Group 1.. 99V4 5 Ml. VELVET-JERSEY-COTTON 7 and 2-pc. dresses. Va/ue$ fo ^50.00. Only 50 dresses /h/s Group (/ 10" Georgette No-Iron Cottons Lurex and Coffon Braids. $^| IP 00 Voluef fo $55.00. Only 54 dresses f/iis Group fff 15 ea. Velvet-Jersey-Georgette Heavily Braided - Chic Styles. Values fo $65.00. Only 28 dresses fhis Group IV. Supima Cotton Georgette Lavish Trims - Imported $4fe IP 00 Braids. Values fo $75.00. Only 26 dresses fhis Group V. BARGAIN RACK Oddf and Ends - Skirfs - $ Blouses · Irregulars, etc. Group VI From CWI fydl 20 ieorget 25 e*. ea. |°°UP 80 SQ. COTTON PRINTS Flowered, Geometric, Bandana, fin Dots, etc. 59c fo B9c values From i % i i ^ ·. 15 COTTON GEORGETTE Finesf Sup/mo Coffon. F/rjf ejuo/ify - $7.29 value. While it lattt - 65 yd. NYLON JERSEY 54" wide. So/id colors. Gold printtd, $7.75 »o $2.50 values. From 70 yd. ^i*^ 50 yd. MISC. FABRICS Toffefo, Voiles, HopSacking, Laces. 89c fo $7.50 values From REMNANTS* GEORGETTE 7- fo 3-yd. pieces 50c yd. 4- fo 70-yd. pieces 60c yd. Ofher fabrics , _ 35c yd. X up FAYE CREATIONS Dress Manufacturing Co. 601 W. Rillito--Tucson COTTON BRAIDS Misc. Widfhs. Imported and Domestic Braids. Value - 29c fo 59c yd From LUREX BRAIDS Gold - Silver - Copper. Beautiful designs. Value - 39c fo S9c yd From *» 5 r *JF 10 JUMBO RICKRACK And Narrow Braids. $^ 00 SUPER SPECUL. Vafue - 7c fo JOc yd 36 yds. I LACES FRINGES Good Colors - Many Sfyles and Patterns. Value - 25c fo 75c yd From 10 yd- All Sales Are Final No Exchanges or Refunds No Fittings OPEN 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Both Saturday Sunday Cousins features SOFAS SOFAS to fit every taste., every room...every budget! MAGNIFICENT COLONIAL SOFAS Quality constructed and beautifully styled by famous furniture makers-- · KARPEN · FASHION · KROEHLER · HARRIS · BAUMAN · QUALITY of California and others ^as*?^ ^r"~~~~, . . · · : · -- ;T-- ·: - -, · ""I? SPECIAL! SIMMONS HIDE-A-BEDS A complete selection of famous Simmons Hide-a-Beds--Colonial and Provincial Stylings in choicest decorator fabrics for ... As Low as $ 199 00 They {nature full foam rubber cushioning, finest magnolia hardwood framet and lovely _ m -decorator covers. A $240 Value-- $ 1 fA °° French Provincial and Traditional Sofas too-- of highest quality by K«rpen for as low ai .......... .............. FREE Interior Drcnrntin^ Service Phrtrir Fnr Home Appninimfnl\ -- EA 7-7455 Oar Consultant, Mr. Chuck Lnprr, will be happy to call on ynu -- nn obligation, nj course, USE COUSINS CHARGE ACCOUNT 9(1 Days Same as Cash, or Convenient Bank Financins Up to 3 Years Open Mon. Fri. Till 9 3750 East Speedway Arizona's Largest Maple Center Roscoe Drummond makes conipli- caled cnrrcnl problems clear. His column appears regularly oil the Cili/eivs editorial page. ^ S ' - I . ' *- JP , * ** * u- ft "

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