Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 1, 1963 · Page 32
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PA6E 34 T U C S O N D A I L Y C i T i Z E N WEDNESDAY COIFFURES by mr. jac Open 9 am-5:30 pm Tuesday thru Saliirday Closed Monday COMPETENT HAIRDRESSERS Excelling In Hair Coloring 6541 TANQUE VERDE RD. 298-0461 professionally with... 'N TIQUE Designed to produce an anttau« tl feel on painted or lacquered (urnl- ture, picture frames, paneling/ cibl- uets, etc. Its ease ot use, color lon and texture Is Invaluable to amateur and professional finishers. Available in HALF PTS., PTS., QUARTS RUSSELL DAVIS WALLPAPERS 1743 N. Campbell Ave. Ph. EA 7-5619 STROLLER RECLINER, TRAY, SHOPPING BASKET FOAM PADDED SEAT $21.00 VALUE FOR BABY FURNITURE AT REASONABLE PRICES BABY FURNITURE AND TOYS EA 6-7526 MAR-LENS DAR Plans To Honor Five Seniors The Tucson Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will present good citizen awards to five high school seniors in the Tucson area at 1 p.m. tomorrow at the Holiday Inn. Making the presentation will be Mrs. Richard G. Evans. Recipients are Miss Martha Mansur, Amphitheater High School; Miss Katherine Dayton, Flowing Wells High School; Miss Susan Block, Sunnyside High School; Miss Melanie Sue Robertson, Catalina High School; and Miss Sandra Tittman, Rincon High School. The awards are presented annually to the senior girl in each high school who is judged most outstanding in dependability, service, leadership and patriotism. A L K A L I Removed from WINDOWS - MIRRORS SHOWER STALL SERVICE Window Cleaning Co. *"N^«- AX 8-7271 Bridge Buffs Mimic Elders Five more little Tucsonians appear in today's "bridge party"-their photographs are among hundreds of cute baby pictures submitted to the Woman's View for possible use during Baby Week. The young lady at left is LaDonna Potter, daughter of the D 1. Potters, 2208 N. Sparkman Blvd. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Eilers, 114 W. Glenn St., are the parents of Laura Deanne (right). On the lower row, from left are: Leisa Janice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Heald, 1937 S. Amalia Ave.; Michelle Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reeves, 7349 E. 18th St.; and Julie Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Keiser, 1840 Augusta Circle. NOW, WHAT'S TRUMP? I DOUBLE THAT BID PENNEY'S AL.WAYS F J R S T Q U A L I T Y FAMOUS ADONNA reduced for a limited time only! regularly 3 98 slips ... now only NYLON SATIN TRICOT ... the most luxurious lingerie fabric of them all! Compare their sheen, their elegant shaping, their expensive-touch shadow paneling, their delicate yet-wear-worrhy derailing! Choose the nylon lace applique versions shown or, styles with pleated nylon sheer ! In all these f i t assuring proportioned sizes: Petite 30 to 40. Average 32 to 44, Tall 34 to 44. regularly 2 98 pe+tis... now only $933 regularly 2 98 slips now only regularly I 98 pettis now only Small, Med. Large, I X a n d 2 X DACRON® COTTON 'N NYLON BATISTE . . . coolest concoction yet devised in lingerie fabrics! Leave it to Adonna to use it so gracefully and so generously I A choice of several styles at this low price. We show a lacy-and- embroidered prize with a new high-rise waist'n slim-cut in a slip . . . a petti with the samo divine attributes! To understand Adonna's fame-- I, 2, 3 --· check the quality features -beginning with fabric 1 Dacron polyester for ease-of-care, nylon for strength, cotton for absorbency all blended into the filmiest batiste ! Shadow panels, four-gore cuts, dainty finish, most- fitting proportioned sizes. For instance, Petite 30 to 40, Average 32 to 52, Tall 34 to 44. Dr. Barkley Honored Today Dr. Margaret Barkley, professor in the school of Home Economics at the University of Arizona, was honored at a party this afternoon. The women tenants of La Reforma housing project gave the party for Dr. Barkley, who is leaving the University and Tucson. For the past four years she has taken her university senior and graduate students to the housing project to teach cooking classes, home management and home economics. All the women tenants whom Dr. Barkley has helped gathered for the farewell party. She Regrew Hair For Dramatic Story See Page 5 YOU TRUMPED MY CLUB NEWS Suburbans Luncheon Slated Tomorrow Tomorrow will be a happy day for Superior Court Judge John F. Molloy, president of the Girls' Living Centers, Inc., board of directors. He will be presented with a check for $800 by the Suburban Woman's Club at the group's spring lunch- OOPS, Nancy Sue Wilson Bride Of Mr. Luckett --Gene Lohbero MRS. DAVID LUCKETT ... Nancy Wilson STONE AT PENNINGTON spnnG PinT saie Regularly 5.00 3.95 Now is (be ONCE-A-YMR TIME TO S\YB BHr on the BIG pint-size Bonne Befl TBN-0'SIX LOTION Ten-OSix Lotkn is the one cleansing and corrective cosmetic that helps yonr skin to complete natural beauty. Why not order pints at our special anrimd ssAs price? In a formal, double-ring ceremony Saturday morning at SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Nancy Sue Wilson became the bride of David Edward Luckett. The bride is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. C. R. Wilson, 1629 E. 9th St. Nancy was attended by Mrs. Dick Miller as matron of honor. Her cousins, Sandra Rowe and Mylinda Doss of Coolidge were bridesmaids. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Luckett of Littleton, Colo., asked his brother Clyde of Denver, Colo., to serve as best man. His brother-in-law, Jack Christen, also of Denver, ushered with Jimmy Phillips and Jimmy Farquharson. The bride's sister, Debra Ann, was flower girl and Jeppie Christen, the bridegroom's nephew, carried the rings. A reception at the Davis- Monthan Officer's Club followed the ceremony. The bride was graduated from Tucson High School. She attended Texas Woman's University in Denton and the University of Arizona. The bridegroom was graduated from Benson High School and attended the University of Omaha in Nebraska. He is a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity and is employed by Martin-Marietta Corp. The bride also is employed by Martin-Marietta. Upon returning from a wedding trip to Las Vegas, Nev., the newlyweds will be at home at 3727 E. 5th St. eon in the Elks Club. T h e money, proceeds from the Suburbans' "Un Jour Pour Vous" bridge, brunch and style show, the annual club m a r a t h o n bridge, and the Cele Peterson fashion show, will be used entirely by the Living Centers. Making the presentation will be Mrs. Donald Hopkins, immediate past president of the woman's club. The luncheon is slated at noon, and the agenda will include annual reports from the outgoing board of directors. o o o Breakfast hour is at 9:30 Saturday morning for members of the Tucson Branch of the National League of American Pen Women. The breakfast will be in the home of Mrs. James G. Bennett, 501 E. Ina Road. Featured on the program will be a talk on Hawaii by Mrs. Adrian R. Brian. Assisting hostesses are Mmes. Margaret Graham and Andrew O. Jackson and Dr. Louise Wilber. Reservations are being taken by Mrs. Jackson. D e a d l i n e f o r reservations, which may be made with Mrs. Jackson, is tomorrow. o o o In honor of Mother's Day, Sunday, May 12, the Sisterhood of Congregation Young Israel has planned a dinner to be served at 6:30 that evening. The public is welcome to attend the dinner in the auditorium, 2443 E. 4th St. Chairman is Mrs. Morris Berkovitz. o o o A potluck supper Is planned at 3:30 p.m. Saturday by Welcome Wagon No. 5. It will be held at La Madera Park, and those planning to attend have been asked to take a covered dish and table service. Additional information may be obtained from Mrs. Robert Mann, 2514 E. Seneca St. o o o Tucsonian Mrs. Condict Smith is fa- away from home this week. She is attending the meeting of the United Church Women of the National Council of Churches of Christ in Seattle, Wash. As state president of the Arizona UCW, Mrs. Smith is meeting with other state and national officers to discuss the organization's programs and problems. Yesterday they heard Dr. Arthur S. Flemming, former U.S. secretary of health, education and welfare, who long has been active in the National C o u n c i l ol Churches. The meeting will end tomorrow. ^ Finest Fillings Comstock BLUEBERRY HE-FILLING B^2~^^;^33 FOR THE Finest Homemade Pies PERMANENT* Reg. $10 Reg. S15 $£95 $050 Hair cut, shampoo and set included and Shampoo Set only Oil Shampoo and Set NadonaDy~Advertlsed Permanents Only' nso 5000 Marcella Davis, Ella Criswell, Olga Benavidez, Patrici* Clauburg, Helen Nelson, Disa Valencia, Cora Jo Gerke, Dondra Busby, Mary McNeal. Hair Cutting for Women Children by Frank Locke. -- OPEN WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY EVENINGS -LOCKE'S BEAUTY SHOP 2938 E. 22nd El Sol Shopping Center (1 blk. west of Country Club) EA t-34M Jiayderis Qhair Sale!! Modern Club Chair Reg. $1 19.00 Sale $ 79.00 French Desk Chair Reg. $ 98.00 Sale $ 49.00 Easy Chair/Green Reg. $248.00 Sale $169.00 Easy Chair/Rust Silk Reg. $177.00 Sale $139.00 Easy/Occasional (modern) Reg. $152.00 Sale $ 99.00 Armless Cocktail Chairs Reg. $ 81.00 Sale $ 64.50 Green Occasional Chairs Reg. $143.95 Sale $ 89.00 SPECIAL PRICED Fine Fabric Selection $ 79 00 Fruitwood Finish -- Comfort Styled Cane Back DRIVE OUT TODAY--YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID! remember, beauty begins with ^ Cosmetics--Main Floor .WITH PURCHASE FREE PARKING AT REAR OF STORE . FREEWAY OPEN FRIDAY EVE. TIL 9 MAin 3-5728 i

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