MONDAY, MAY 15. 1967 Board Elects Officers Mrs. Les Hendrickson was elected Wednesday as president of the sustaining board of the Newman Catholic Student Center on the University of Arizona campus. Other new officers of the i board include Mrs. Dragutln Poje, vice president; Mrs. William W. King, secretary; and Mrs. Vincent Odgers, treasurer. Mmes. Paul Rocheford and James Lane will serve as members-at-large. T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PASE 7 Garden Club To Install Members of the Tucson G a r d e n Club will gather Wednesday for their annual installation luncheon . The noon event will be held at the Tucson Country Club. Mrs. Harry Trygg is chairman of the party. Theme of the luncheon vvil be "Ambrosia, Fashions and Fun." At the luncheon, Mrs. An- drew Buchhauser will assume her duties as president. 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