Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 1, 1963 · Page 27
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 27

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WEDNESDAY EVENTNG, MAY f , 1963 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE Mi^B^WB^^B^^^BMHM^^^^H^HM^^H^^BV^^^^^HMHMHlHH Celebrating the 3rd Birthday of the Campbell Plaza Store Prices effective in all 3 stores (except El Con) EL CON 9:30-9 Mon.-Wed.-Fri. 9:30-6 Tues.-Thurs.-Sat. 3651 B. BROADWAY Prices fcffeclive May 2-3-4-5 6335 E. 22ND STREST OXFORD PLAZA CAMPBELL PLAZA 2828 N. CAMPBELL 9-9 Daily 10-5 Sunday Zip Cover Decorator PILLOWS Lace, Bow trims HALF SLIPS Reg. 1.00 C Soft molded poly foam in round and square shapes Big Choice of Colors LADIES' Cotton BRAS SAVE 26 c IjjjJI Sizes 32-40 1! A B C Cups Reg. 2 for 3°° Our Finest Ideal for giving! Acetate tricot with shadow panel. White, pastels. Women's Sizes S-M-L LADIES' EIDERLON PANTIES ;. 1 oo SAVE 34' Sizes 5-6-7 White only Reg. 49c SAVE 17 * * ***. USE OUR LAY AW AY PLAN Solid Colors Fancy DRIP DRY OC PRINTSAP LADIES' 2 PIECE JAMAICA SHORT SETS $. IV SIZES 10-18 AMERICAN MADE SIZES 10-18 161/2 to 241/2 Save 66 C Reg. 2" SLEEVELESS SHIRTWAIST Dresses SO33 EACH Mother's Favorite Summer Dress! Choose spring Mills cotton broadcloth or Arnel triacetate and Cotton Checks LADIES' JAMAICA SHORTS SIZES 10-18 Solid Colors Domestic Reg. *1,00 SAVE 32« [ · · · · · · « · · · » · » · · · * · SHOP AND SAVE DURING OUR BIRTHDAY SALE LADIES' SLEEVELESS BLOUSES SIZES 32-38 SOLIDS PRINTS ladies' seamless NYLONS ..#* SIZES 9-11 CHILDREN'S AND GIRLS' ONE PIECE Play Suits SOLIDS PRINTS SIZES 3-6x SIZES 7-14 SETS \ Reg. 1.98 Sizes 3-6X SAVE 51' Use Our Layaway Plan MEN'S WHITE COTTON Slack Socks Sizes 101/2-13 Guaranteed 4 Months SAVE 28° USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN \ Boys' 13 ! i-oz. DUNGAREES 10-Oz. Jar INSTANT IM»I **··«'! PAIR SIZES 6-16 SLIMS REGULARS REG. 2.27 MEN'S WALKING SHORTS Wash and Wear Sizes 29-42 Ivy Models Belfless Models Solids Prints REG. 1.49 SAVE 77' Reg. *2.99 High School Summer Classes Set Some 2,000 high school students are expected to enroll in high school summer classes which begin June 10. The sessions, which will run through July 19, will be held at four District 1 high schools -- Catalina, Rincon, Palo Verde and Tucson High.' Out-of-district students will be allowed to enroll at any of the -four schools. Registration will begin May 27 and continue through June 7. Those enrolling after the June 7 date will be charged an extra fee of $2. Tuition charges set are $15 for one semester's credit and $30 for two semesters of work. Classes to be offered, if enough students enroll, include English 1 through 8; A m e r i c a n Problems 1-2; American History 1-2; world geography 1-2; world history 1-2; general mathematics 1-2; algebra 1-2; geometry 1-2; chemistry 1-2; biology 1-2; physical science 1-2; Spanish 1-2; salesmanship 1-2; typing 1-2; health for junior boys and girls; driver education. Also, personal typing; dramatics; mechanical drawing 1-2; graphic arts 1-2; art 1-2; jewelry and metals; wood- shop, and homemaking. Incoming freshmen may enroll in personal typing; typing 1-2; dramatics; mechanical drawing; graphic arts; art; jewelry; woodshop and homemaking. Daily sessions will be from 7:15 a.m. to 12:05 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. This will include two periods a day. Cattlemen Pay Visit To Tucson Nearly 300 cattlemen from all parts of the United States and Canada visited Tucson yesterday as part of the four- d a y A m e r i c a n Guernsey Cattle Club convention which ends today in Phoenix. The visitors heard Dr. G. P. Whitlock, of the University of California at Berkeley, discuss milk proteins in a meeting at the Shamrock Dairy. Other speakers included Bill Hitz, of the American Dairy Association; Douglas Fisk, of the National Dairy Council; Dean Donald Myers, of the University of Arizona Agriculture College; Dr. Vearl Smith, of the UA dairy department, and Ralph van Sant, extension dairyman for Anzona. Mrs. Richard A. Harvill, wife of the university president, was special guest. The tourists made a trip to Nogales, Son., last night before returning to Phoenix. A. J. BAYLESS il CAMPBELL PLAZA STORE ONLY COCA COLA "NEW HALF QUARTS" f| i 1 Deposit | B PACK 4jf SWIFT'S MELLORINE HONEY CUP I. A Healthful, Delicious Frozen Dessert. 7 Delicious Flavors

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