Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 1, 1963 · Page 33
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 33

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, May 1, 1963
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WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY I, 1963 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 35 MAYPOLES FOR THE MAD HATTER'S BRUNCH Miniature Maypoles will decorate'the tables at the Mad Hatter's Brunch sponsored by the Tucson Symphony Woman's Association tomorrow at the Ramada Inn. Working on the Maypoles are (from left) Mmes. Lew McCoy, J.D. McGuire, Allen E. Scholz and Gail Hummel. A streamer from the Maypole will go to each place at the table. At the end of the streamer will be an orchid favor. The brunch is slated for 11 a.m. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Hummel or Mrs. Roger Harris. CARPET SPECIALS! 50% WOOL/50% NYLON ***" Textured Tweed .. l9 Sq. Yd. 100% CAPROLAN NYLON $477 Beautiful Decorator Colors «*Sq. Yd. Call MA 6-2497 for shop in your home service. BUDGET TERMS 2534 E. BROADWAY YOUR STARS By SYDNEY OMARR THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1963 ARIES (MAR. 21 TO APR. 19) Gel enough rest before starting day's activities. Give and also receive. Finish prolecls. Don't rush new program. Save Your time and money through patience. TAURUS (APR. 20 TO MAY 20) Take a chance today on beliefs, principles. Your Intuition highly tuned. You are able to ludge, perceive, set at the truth. Trust yourself! Seek understanding and appreciation. GEMINI (MAY 21 TO JUNE 21) Be frank. Ask lor and receive facts. Attend to details regarding security. Refrigerated Dessert Contest WIN MONEY $500 In Prizes Do you have an interesting refrigerated dessert recipe? If you do, you may be able to cash in. The Tucson Daily Citizen and Shamrock Dairy are co-sponsoring a contest for unusual and original refrigerated dessert recipes. There are 52 cash prizes, totaling $500. First prize is $50; second is $40; and third is $30. There are four $20 awards, 15 $10 prizes and 30 worth $5 each. Bring your recipe to the first floor of the Citizen building, 208 N. Stone Ave., ·where a properly marked receptacle is located. Or you can mail your recipe to: Refrigerated Desserts, Tucson Daily Citizen, Tucson, Arizona. If possible, submit recipes on standard file cards. Deadline is midnight, May 5. You may enter as many recipes as you like -- but each must be submitted as a separate entry. Be sure to include your name and address, plus phone number if you have one. All entries become the property of the Citizen and Shamrock Dairy. Anyone may enter except employees of the cosponsoring firms. Decision of the judges is final. Winners will be announced May 24. Get Your Entry In Now contest co-sponsored by TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN and SHAMROCK DAIRY Check home, domestic situation. Key Is arriving at truth. Leave the sugar- cogllng to others! CANCER (JUNE 12 TO JULY 21) Urae to change, express opinion without regard for consequences are all hlahflahfed. Key Is to spice actions, reactions with humor. Don't taki world or yourself too seriously today! LEO (JULY 11 TO AUG. 21) Keep resolutions about health, finances. Act toward loved ones as you would have them act toward you. If necessary, accept Inconvenience In order to put across prolect. VIRGO (AUG. 22 TO SEPT. 21) Be flexible. Accept new Ideas. EJ- peclolly those presented by members of opposite sax. Cycle high. You attract persons who are moving toward success. Get on the bandwaaonl LIBRA (SEPT. 23 TO OCT. 22) Important that you have privacy. Necessary that you feel free to change your mind, to move about. Make domestic adlustment so you can rest, "feel at home." Have serious talk with family member. SCORPIO (OCT. 11 TO NOV. 21) You feel need for greater social ac- tlvily. Bui don't overdo It. Show friends they are welcome. But don't overwhelm them. Might do you good to be alone tonight. SAGITTARIUS (NOV. 12 TO DEC. 11) Be prepared for surprises. Those In "authority" change their minds and orders. Be ready to act quickly, with confidence. You can Impress superior* and advance position. CAPRICORN (DEC: it TO JAN. 201 Keep eye on "future." Take overall view. Concentrate on potential. Fin* for writing, publishing, advertising. Also good for helping younger persons toward goal. AQUARIUS (JAN. 21 TO FEB. 17) Be definite. Make up your mindj then take direct action. Fine for getting finances In order. Check budget with business and marital partner. Frank talk helps clear the air. PISCES (FEB. 20 TO MAR. 10) Key Is patience, caution. Don'f permit others to talk you Into Impulsive action. Check fine print. Do not commit yourself to extravagant actions. Be conservative. Express love. o o o IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY . . . you are warm, sincere . . .and when you make up your mind It's all the way. You are a staunch friend. o o o GENERAL TENDENCIES . . . Much publicity due writers, actors--men In high places Influential In forming policy. White- Ferris Nuptials In a formal, double-ring ceremony Thursday at the University Church of Christ, Patricia Joann Ferris and Neil Ray White exchanged wedding vows. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Ferris of League City, Tex., asked Mrs. John Warner to be matron of honor. The bridegroom's sister, Gale White, and Claudette Williams were bridesmaids. Sheila Bennett carried the flowers. For her wedding, Patricia Joann chose a full-length gown of satin and carried a bouquet of carnations. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dow R. White, 2308 N. Chrysler Dr., was attended by his brother H. Don White of Oakland. Calif., as best man. John Arnold and John Warner ushered. A reception was held in the church parlor immediately following the ceremony. Patricia Joann, a graduate of Amphitheater High School, is employed by Sears, Roebuck and Co. Her bridegroom was graduated from Catalina High School and attended the Univer- scity of Arkansas in Fayetteville. He is an employe of T. A. Caid and Sons. The couple took a wedding trip to Phoenix and are now at home at 2834 E. Monte Vista Dr. Your slan analyzed completely in Svdney O'Marr's booklet, "The Truth About Astrology." Send 50 cents to "Astrology," Woman's View, Tucson Dally Citizen. Copyright 193 Striking slit dress blue striped skirt. MATERNITY 16 N.Tucson Blvd. Zonta Schedules Card Party The public is welcome to attend a card party tomorrow sponsored by the Tucson Zonta Club. It will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Shamrock Dairy Hospitality Room. This year the club contributed $200 to Girls Living Centers, Inc.; $170 for a high school student to attend the Kress School of Practical Nursing; $25 for the Homemakers Training course jointly sponsored by Zonta and the Altrusa Club. The club has donated 109 pounds of bulk food and 57 cans of food to the Pantry Shelf at Carrillo School. Mrs. Lillian Emmel will serve as president of the club for the coming year assisted by Mrs. Muriel Rogers, vice president; Mrs. Florence Reynolds, secretary; and Mrs. Christy Johnson, treasurer. Miss Grace Conlon and Mrs. Ella Breazeale have charge of tickets for the card party. Anne Williams' Troth Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Williams, 2826 E. Alta Vista, announce the engagement of their daughter, Anne Morgan Williams, to William Alva Litts Jr. The bride-elect was graduated from Fenster Ranch School. She is a junior at the University of Arizona majoring in Spanish in the College of Education. Her affiliations include C h i m e s , Spurs, Young Churchmen, Pi L a m b d a Theta education and honorary for women, the Pan- American Club and the Student National Educational Association. She is a past president of Phi Lambda Phrateres. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Litts of Crown Point, Ind., attended El Camino (Calif.) Junior College. He is employed in the IBM department of Shell Chemical Co. in Torrance, Calif. The wedding is planned for June at First Congregational Church. 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