Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 16, 1967 · Page 11
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 11

Tucson, Arizona
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Tuesday, May 16, 1967
Page 11
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PAGE 12 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1967 Primping For The Tea Mrs. Emery Barker (center) admires the hair-styling job that Paula Rees (right) does for five-year-old Susan Barker. The three are anticipating the first annual "Three To Thirteen" tea, to be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Chi Omega sorority house, 1145 N. Mountain Ave. Sponsored by Chi Omega Alumnae, the tea will honor Chi Omega mothers and their three-to-thirteen year old daughters and granddaughters. Paula's mother is a Chi 0 alumna, as is Mrs. Barker. Hostesses for the event will be Mmes. Holden Olsen and L. C. Halpenny. Mrs. Don Jones, 3815 W. Anklam Road, is taking reservations. (Citizen Photo by Bruce Hopkins). CLUB NEWS Musical Arts Group To Install Members of the Tucson Musical Arts Club will hold their final meeting of the year Friday at the clubhouse, 2447 N. Los Altos Ave. At the 2 p.m. gathering, new officers will be elected and installed. Mrs. Dick Hall is in charge of the musical program. Highlights of the national convention held in New York City will be given by Mmes. Hall, Louis F a r b e r and Charles H. Pascoe. Anyone who wishes to attend the meeting is welcome. 0 0 0 The Woman's Club of Flow- Ing Wells will hold a friendship dinner tomorrow in the Spiral Room of the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. on North Romero Road. Mothers and prospective members will be honored. Mrs. Woody Turner is in charge of invitations. 0 0 0 Shriners' wives will hold their spring luncheon Saturday after the Shriners' parade. The 12:30 p.m. luncheon will be held at the Pioneer International Hotel. Mrs. Gene Bogard is general chairman of the luncheon. Assisting Mrs. Bogard will be Mrs. Fred Bagley, entertainment; Mrs. Wallace Magness, hostesses; Mrs. Ira Haskell, decorations; Mmes. B. J. Uhlir and V. P. Stewart, reservations. Tickets may be obtained at Sabbar Shrine Temple, 2900 E. Broadway. 0 0 0 Cootiette Club No. 550 will sponsor a square dance Friday evening at the Marshall Home, 3314 S. 16th Ave. Mrs. Elda Hall is chairman of the 8 p.m. event. The public is welcome to attend. 0 0 0 Mrs. Allan Hawthorne, 5036 E. Cecilia St., will open her home tonight for a special meeting of the Delta Zeta Mothers Club. At the 8 o'clock gathering, the group will elect officers. 0 0 0 The Arizona Federation of Licensed Practical Nurses will hold its annual potluck dinner Friday at the Hospitality Room of the Shamrock Dairy, West Ruthrauff Road. Special 'guests will be students and faculty of the S. H. Kress School o" Practical Nursing and the Tucson public schools practical nursing programs. Treat For Mrs. America Mrs, John Cochran of Shawnee Mission, Kan., is gerved breakfast in bed by her husband after being earned Mrs. America for 1967. Her selection was an- ·ounced Saturday .night in San Diego, Calif. (AP Wirephoto). Winkelman Couple Wed 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hedworth of Winkelman will be honored Sunday at a reception. The couple marks their golden wedding anniversary today. Mr. and Mrs. Hedworth were married May 16, 1917, in Carthage, Mo. Mr. Hedworth has worked for mining endeavors. Mrs. Hedworth served as postmistress of Winkelman until 1958. Hosts and hostess for the reception will be Rosalind Dunham, Messrs, and Mmes. Lee Rock, Lewis Taylor, Merle Russell, and Frank Fowler. HALF- SIZES Designed with You in Mind! We carry a fuH icFecf tan of in« quality hoK-iijtt drtllti 12V, REDFERN' SAMPLE SHOP t 10 E. Congress First National Bank's GUARDIAN/RESERVE , NATIONAL BANK GUARDIAN CHECK CASHING S E R V I C E COURTESY C A R D RICHARD W. COLLINS A V A L U E D CUSTOMER S I N C E I S 5 fl 7 U - " f l D O V A L ACCOUNT NUMBER i. ·;;. FiRsrr NATIONAL. BANK OF ARIZONA ' COURTESY CARDS HONORED GUARDIAN CHECK CASHING FOR PURCHASES UP TO $500 CREDIT TO THE CUSTOMER Charge Privilege of up to $500 IN MERCHANDISE NO DEL A YS CASH TO THE MERCHANT NO DISCOUNT TO PAY NO SPECIAL HANDLING No phone calls to verify credit First National Bank's Guardian Courtesy Card now becomes a charge card as well. Businesses who participate in First National's Guardian Check Cashing Service can accept a Guardian Courtesy Card for charge purchases up to $500. Card holders with a pre-approved line of credit will find their Guardian Cards handy in two ways: as positive check cashing identification and as versatile charge cards. T Business owners will appreciate the convenience and savings offered through GUARDIAN/RESERVE BEGINS MAY 29 TH NATIONAL. BANK OF ARIZONA M E M B E R F . D . I . C . · F E D E R A L H E S EK V t S Y » T « H ANOTHER GOOD REASON WHY YOU SHOULD HAVE YOUR CHECKING ACCOUNT AT FIRST NATIONAL BANK '\ v" ·*"'..'-· .'·*' ;', ''V.'. 1 1\ '·'· I . , i..: .'..-.^'ji-.v.·.}·,[;!;: .::.:'.·. SpecialiiU in Tucson tor over 25 ytori

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