Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 4, 1960 · Page 34
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 34

Tucson, Arizona
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Saturday, June 4, 1960
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Movements Mean A Lot In Language Of The Fan --Citiien Phots PLL MEET YOU IN THE GARDEN A pair of beautiful smiling eyes over the top of a fan confirm a rendezvous from across the room. It's all accomplished without a word being spoken, and it's all very subtle when you know the "romance" language of the fan. By ROSALIE ROBLES You're talking to · group of friends tt a party when you notice t man approaching . . . obviously to ask for the next dance. A moment of panic begins because he is the LAST person in the room with whom you want to dance. What do you do? Turn and nm, perhaps? Or just grin and bear it? If you lived in Spain, Portugal or one of the Latin American countries, you'd have a perfect "out." You'd simply avert your eyes and cover your face with your fan . . . » gesture that says to the offensive male, "I not only can't see you, I don't see you!" Despite the changing fashions of women's clothing, fans continue to remain in vogue since they were introduced into Europe from the Far East in the 16th century. A whole "romance" language was developed around the fan enabling a girl to send more than the "I won't dance" message. An open fan held just below the eyes and fluttered ever so slightly while the girl smiled coquettishly implied, "I'd love to dance (meet you on the terrace, have t little tete' a tete') . . . just ask." A closed fan pressed against the lips for a brief second sent a kiss to a secret love. Of course, as Mrs. Alex Jacome points out, this was all done under the careful scrutiny of the girl's "duena" (chaperone), and the duena had probably done the same things in her youth. So the sender of the message had to be quick. . GalaZ'Moroyoqui Nuptials Solemnized --Lynn Sander* MRS. ERNEST GALAZ .,. Marie Moroyoqui In t formal, double ring ceremony this morning at St. John's Catholic Church, Marie Antoniette Moroyoqui tnd Ernest Ordorica Gtlaz were married. Marie repeated her wedding vows in t chantilly lace gown, styled with t deep bertha collar, chapel train and three-quarter length sleeves. Her bridal bouquet was an orchid, surrounded by carnations. The bridegroom's sister-in- Itw Mrs. Gaston Galaz was matron of honor, tnd the bride's sister Betty Moroyoqui was tn honor attendant. Bridesmaids were Alice Jimenez, Anna Mae Mendoza tnd Avelint Chavez. Marie, daughter of Mrs. Ramon Moroyoqui, 320 E. Pennsylvania St., tnd the late Mr. Moroyoqui, was given in marriage" by her brother Roy C. Moroyoqui. She is t Pueblo High School graduate. Mr. Galaz' parents tre Mr. tnd Mrs. Jesus Galaz, 707 E. 38th St. His brother Gaston was best man. Ushers were Robert Del Castillo, David Aranda, John C. Mendozt Jr., tnd Ernest Trujillo. Flower girl was the bride's cousm Yolanda Frausto. Ysmael M u r i 11 o, the bridegroom's cousin, carried the rings. Assisting hostess tt the reception held in Bob's Btllroom was the bride's aunt Mrs. Carmen Frausto. The newlyweds will take their honeymoon trip to the West Coast tnd return June 13 to live tt 102 W. Veterans Blvd. Mr. Galaz, t graduate of Pueblo High, Is employed by Steinfeld's. --Lynn Sandcn EDNA KOTTENBROCK . . . Frederick DuVall August Wedding Plans Told An early August wedding Is being planned by Edna Anna Kottenbrock and Frederick W. DuVall. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kottenbrock of Pierce City, Mo. A graduate of St. Agnes High School and St. John's Hospital School of Nursing, Springfield, Mo., she is employed by Tucson Medical Center. Her fiance graduated from Central High School, Washington, D.C., and Hemphill Schools Inc., L.I., N.Y. He is employed by the Tucson Gas, Electric Light and Power Co. His mother is Mrs. Andrew S. DuVall, 314 E. Congress St CLUB NEWS are still used exten- in Mexico, particularly Fans sively in places wheH.the weather is hot such as Hcrmosillo, Guaymas or Veracruz. They are beginning to appear more frequently in Tucson not only at dances such as the Baile de las FlOres but also in church Sunday mornings. And why not? Fans are so much better than t piece of paper for creating a cooling breeze, and besides that, they're so much lovelier. Mrs. Jacome and Mrs, Henry S. Moore, both' of whom have large collections of fans, use them all during the summer months. "I carry one with me all the time . . . especially when I go grocery shopping," says Mrs. Moore. "I even keep them in drawers around the house . . . in the living room, the dining room, my bedroom . . . every- where so that I always have one when I want it," "Fans appeal to me," comments Mrs, Jacome, "and I never feel self conscious with one. It becomes a habit after * while. They're extremely feminine, and, when used with restraint, very lovely." The ribs of a fan are usually made of wood, ivory, tortoise shell or sometimes plastic, while the body is of cotton, silk, lace, ostrich feathers or paper. The body is generally decorated with hand painted designs or with sequins. Some Spanish fans even had a mnsk painted on. The eyes were cut out, making it easier to flirt. A good fan must be balanced properly with the ribs cut to exactly the same width. Both Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Jacome point out that a good fan opens with a flick of the wrist and that "one that must be pried apart with both hands I* not well made," Eventually, perhaps fans will enjoy as much p o p u l a r i t y growth as mantillas in Tucson. Mantillas have n dellcnto beauty thnt flatters the wearer. As one man commented. "Women look angelic when tiicy woar mantillas!" The classic colors for mnn- tillas are black and white, although combinations (black on white and vice vtrsit) are used t great deal. As to shape . . . mantillas are either triangular or rectangular. The Spanish call the triangular ones "pollitas" (little chickens), which, is the nickname for little girls because that was the shape worn by children. Rectangular ones arc "Goyas" and are named for the painter who was very fond of mantillas and often used that style in his pictures. SOCIETY SATURDAY, JUNE 4, I960 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN PAGE 35 Installation, Initiations On Agenda Mrs. Robert H. Ramsay will be installed as president of Morgan McDermott Unit No. 7, American Legion Auxiliary, «t 8 p.m. Thursday in the Legion Building, 300 N. Main St. Other elected officers who j will be installed are Mrs. Ralph Raske, first vice president; Mrs. Ellsworth Springer, second vict president; Mrs. Patrick Rogers, secretary; Mrs. C. W. Treece, treasurer. Past presidents will be hostesses for the evening. o o o Newly elected officers of the Christian Women's Fellowship of Broadway Christian Church will be installed at 1:45 p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Robert Moffett will install Mrs. Alan Gillespie, president; Mrs. Carl Cobb, vice president; Mrs. M. B. Hardesty, recording secretary; Mri. Morrii Metzler, corresponding' secretary; Mrs. Ed Appleman, treasurer. O 0 O Tash Tonlik Court No. 10 Order of the Amaranth, will initiate new members at the Wednesday meeting, starting at 1:30 p.m. in the Campbell Room of the Scottish Rite Temple. A luncheon will be served at noon. 0 0 0 Women's Auxiliary to Veterans of Foreign War Post 4903 is working on a traveling food basket to assist in community service work. Mrs. Carl G. Carlson is chairman of the project. BOBBIE JO VEST ... James H. Falk --Klnnty ANNE BEAUDRY . . . John Kozacki G«n« Lohbirg Bobbie Jo Vest To Be Bride Bobbie Jo Vest and James H. Falk are planning a July wedding. Their engagement was announced by the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. Robert M. Vest, 1124 N. 3rd Ave., Wednesday evening at a family gathering in her home. It was held after graduation exercises at the University of Arizona, when Mr. Falk received his degree. He is the son of George W. Falk, 1330 N. Tyndall Ave., and the late Mrs. Falk. Bobbie attended UA and was affiliated with Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She is a past worthy adviser of Templar Assembly No. 27, Order of Rainbow for Girls. Both she and her fiance graduated from Tucson High School. At UA Mr. Falk's affiliations included Phi Delta Theta fraternity. Paul Laos Weds Miss Coleman Patricia Ann Coleman wore a long Spanish mantilla when she became the bride of Paul Ernest Laos Jr. this afternoon at SS. Peter tnd Paul Catholic Church. Her floor length satin gown had a lac* bodice with long fitted sleeves and scooped neckline She carried a cascade of white roses and ivy. She was attended by Mary Elin Schrage, maid of honor, and Sharon Douglass and Madeline Brown, bridesmaids. They wore silk organza waltz length dresses and matching net picture hats. P«tricia, daughter of Mrs. Dorothy Davison Coleman, 1115 E. Helen St, graduated from Tucson High School tnd attends the University of Arizona. Anthony Laos attended his brother as best man. They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Piul E. Laos, 2115 E. 2nd St Jack Heriry tnd Michael Borozoan seated th« wedding guests. Mr. Ltos is also a Tucson High School graduate tnd UA student He is on the Pima County and Arizona executive conrmittss sf the Desecrate Party tnd win be » tol*g»t* to th» Democratic Nttiontl Convention. A reception was held in the Rendezvous Room ·f fte Pioneer Hotel. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Vicente Contrerts of Gotda- lijart, JaU Mexico, Mr. tnd Mrs. Michael Hernandez «f Los Angeles, the Vtn Vtn De- retrks el Prescoft, and Mrs. Rjdsard Rssspct cf Ptta Springs, CaBf. After a wedding trip to Gntdaltjwt tttd Me»» tv ft» «otf*» wtQ live at K23 E, M*. MRS. PAUL LAOS JR, , , , Patricia Cotaman MRS. GREGORY ANDERSON » , , Elizabeth Pauliny Nuptial Vows Said St. Philip's-in-the Hill Episcapel Church was tiie letting this afternoon for the marriage of Elizabeth Ann Pauliny and Gregory Benton Anderson. The bride repeated her wedding vows in t princess gown of Mtin, with t lace trimmed bodice, chapel train and calla lily sleeves. Her fingertip veil was cafcght by a matching lace and pearl crown. The daughter of Mrs. Paul J. Pauliny, 2132 N. Treat Ave., and the late Dr. Pauliny, she w»g given in marriage by her godfather John Keller of Philadelphia. Mrs. David P. Neal attended her as matron of honor and her sister Ruth Pauliny was a bridesmaid. t They wore ice blue nylon organza dresses and ttrried bouquets tt blue and yellow daisies. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Benton Anderson of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., was attended by Carl LimaU of Glen Oaks, N. Y. Guests were seated by Robert Whistler of Hillsdale, Calif., C. P. Austin and Charles Morris. Miss Dorothy Scott and Mmes, Ellis Hamilton, Merlin Htmmett and Limat* were assisting hostesses at the reception held in the home of the bride's mother. The newryweds win take a honeymoon trip to Las Vegas and make their home hi Tucson. Mrs. Anderson received her bachelor of arts degree in psychology Wednesday from the University «f Arinona, She wt» a member of Pti Chi, psychology honorary, Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Beta'Kappa. Her htgband wf(! rwoem his degree » ***· vA tKfV Aug. 13 Wedding Planned Anne A. Beaudry and Ronald John Kozacki will be married Aug. 13 at SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Beaudry, 3243 E. Camden Ave., are announcing their daughter's engagement. Anne graduated from Tucson High School and the University of Arizona. At UA, she belonged to Phi Lambda Phrateres and the Newman Club. She and her fiance also are members of MAC Club. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. John .TJ Kozacki, 2126 S. Tucson Blvd., attended Tucson High School. He served four years in the U.S. Navy. Cute Linda Winn who's been teaching in Phoenix this year arrived home Sunday and plunged immediately into the gayest possible whirl of pre-nuptial activity. Linda and Andrea Cracchiolo III will be married June l l t h . Tuesday evening, Mrs. Warren Grossetta gave a miscellaneous shower for her; yesterday she was feted at a luncheon and recipe shower by Mrs. Donald Webb; Sunday afternoon Mrs. Joseph Cracchiolo will give a linen shower for her; Sunday night, Mr. and Mrs. John Peyton Collins will give a dancing party for Linda and her fiance; and on Tuesday's schedule is a pottery shower given by Mrs. T. S. Nickelson. Earlier, Mrs. Berton Burns gave Linda a kitchen shower. Linda's mother, Mrs. Keith Winn, and Mrs. Andrea Cracchiolo Sr., the prospective bridegroom's mother, will attend all the parties, as will Linda's maternal grandmother Mrs. Click Fockele, who arrived Tuesday from LeRoy, Kan. Mrs. Fockele is the widow of Click Fockele, well-known Kansas newspaperman who pubished the LeRoy Reporter for many years. She still writes a column for that paper. Other excitement in the Cracchiolo family is Marianne's departure June 12 for a three-month post-graduation tour of Europe with a group of her Delta Gamma sorority sisters. Another lovely bride-elect, Barbara Votaw, gets home next Thursday after completing exams and a thesis for her master's degree in speech therapy at Stanford. And her fiance Don Hartmann arrives next Saturday. On the party schedule for Barbara, daughter of the Frank Votaws, is a coffee and kitchen shower Friday, given by Mmes. Hollis Brainard, H. D. Cogswell, Jack Sakrison and William Hall at the Brainard home. Mmes. Albert Gibson, Adam Schantz and Henry Merchant will fete the bridesmaids as well as the bride at luncheon Tuesday, the 14th. Incidentally, former Tucsonian Jo Clark, who is Barbara's roommate, will be her maid of honor. Bridesmaids will be Mrs. Ralph Long (Toni Merchant); Mrs. Frank Brooks (Pat Schendel), Mrs. Lee Baker and Linda Lou Fiscel who'll get home from her studies at Harvard just in time for. the luncheon. On the 14th, Betty Daly and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kerr will entertain out-of-town guests and the wedding party at a cocktail buffet at Tucson Country Club. And the rehearsal supper will be hosted by Messrs, and Mmes. Calvin Webster, John Brooks and R. A. Schendel around the Webster's lovely El Encanto Estates pool. So you see, it will be a busy timt for Barbara. By the way, her grandmother, Mrs. Harry E. Votaw of Akron, comes on the 12th, and her aunt, Mrs. Herbert Chandler Watgon of Denver, on the 12th. GLEANINGS "Loving every minute of Japan, even to sleeping on the floor In Japanese style," write Patty and Charlie Towne from Nara, one stop on their round-the- world j u n k e t . .. Gladys and Hub Phenicie are spending ten days or so in Denver ... Dick and Polly Knight left yesterday in their Beechcraft for Mazatlan, Mexico City, Acapulco and points between . . . Peg Matteson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Finnell of San Francisco, will zoom into town for a couple of days midweek . . . Lona Miller is off to Minneapolis to set her parents , . . Bill and Mary Taylor havfe taken the Charles Newcombs' Beach House in La Jolla for tht summer ... and Wynde Pyre left yesterday for a solo vacation with her family in the East. Mrs. Arizona Tops List Of Finalists FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- iff) -- Finalists in the Mrs. America Pageant today toured the model home which the winner will receive in the final judging next Friday. First winner of the weeklong competition is Mrs. Vivian Ackerman of Tucson, Ariz., t brunette and the mother of three children. She was chosen Mrs. U. S. Savings Bonds last night and will represent the U. S. Treasury in its savings bond campaign this year. Mrs. Ackerman is eligible to become Mrs. America ·and in event she does, Mrs. Patricia O'Connor of Granite Falls, Minn., will serve as Mrs. U. S. Savings Bonds. Mrs. Ackermtn's husband, Harry, is county tttorney and state senator at Tucson. Mrs. O'Connor is me mower rf five and her hasband, Jack, fe an tnwranee broker. MRS. R. N. TRAFICANTI ... Susan Langley Want To Hide Those Freckles? If basking in the sun leaves freckles on your skin, take advantage of this mark of youth to add sparkle and personality to your appearance. Let them show through the thinnest application of foundation makeup when yon wear sport clothes, tnd they will impart t fresh youthful look tint is most attractive during the day. Then, in the evening when yon want yonr complexion to htve a sophisticated fltwtagnen, veil yotrr freckks with cake makeup in a shade darker ·MM yotrr wttortl akn towe. Vows Said Today Susan Langley ind Robert Nicholas Traficanti exchanged nuptial vows in t formal ceremony this afternoon at SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. The Rev. Gerald J. Brynda officiated. The bride was gowned in chantilly lace and tulle. The molded bodice featured short sleeves and V-neckline and the lace trimmed bouffant skirt was floor length. She carried * white orchid, surrounded by stephanotis, on a white missal, t gift from the bridegroom. She is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Burr Todd Langley, 1516 E. Silver St. She graduated from Tucson High School, attended the University of Arizona and is employed in the office of Dr. Elliott Stearns. The bridegroom, XXK of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Trtfictnti, 3118 E. Blacklidge Dr., wts attended by his brother Alexander. William Potts of Los Angeles, and the bride's brother Todd, seated the wedding guests. Susan's sister - in - law, Mrs. Todd Langley, was matron of honor. Her dress was whit* crystalette over delphinium blue taffeta, and her cascade bouquet was made of blue and white stephanotis. After the ceremony a reception was held at me home of the bride's parent*. Miss** Charlotte Spress and Jimmi* Lou Way were assisting hostesses. Mrs, Alexander Traficanti was in charge of the goest book. The bridegroom, a Taeaoa High School grada*te, UA 90M T/MTrt -WMPrtiy, nN WIN V

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