Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 2, 1963 · Page 36
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PAGE 38 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1963 I SA.I, THIS WEEKEND ONLY BIGGER BETTER VALUES BEAUTIFUL DRESSES Renuia. To 12.98 Beautiful New SPRING and SUMMER Cotton including Cotton Knits. I All Around Shadow Proof Dacron and Cotton U A I C IIMLI Reg. 2.3S 2 Beautiful Cotton BLOUSES Roll-Up, 'nv! or Sleeveless JAMAICA SHORTS . 100% Nylon Tricot HALF "SLIPS Reg. 2.9S for $4*00 I 2-pc. Cotton JAMAICA SHORT SETS Reg. 4.98 $4*00 4* Jt/jt Say "Charge I:" · COUNTY FAIR E. 22nd at Cravcrofl . SWANWAY PLAZA E. Broadway at Swan · OXFORD PLAZA E. 32nd at Wilmol . PLAZA EASTGATE E. Speedway al Van Buren (Closed Sundays) . FLOWING WELLS W. Prince at Flowing Wells [Closed Sundays) OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS See NuArt Complett v Selection § --Galnes Photo MRS. ERNEST HOLSINGER TWC President GOTHAM SPRING EVENT of famous brand stockings at fantastic savings--now to May llth S-J09 Regularly $1.35 Pair NOW 3 PAIRS FOR « Sheer extra long wearing "Fluflong®" hosiery in t'nese lovely S p r i n g shades. Soft Shadow, Star Beige, Brown B e a u t y , W h i r l - A - W i l l o w , L i t e Black, Dawn and Sunset. "The Courtesy Store Of Greater Tucson" 57 E. PENNINGTON, Downtown OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS TWC Plans Installation Monday Mrs. Ernest J. Holsinger will be installed as president of the Tucson Woman's Club at the group's May luncheon slated 12:30 p.m. Monday in the Terrace Room of the Pioneer Hotel. Theme of the iuncheon is "May Day, the American Way." Special guests include Mrs. Rex E. Fassett, president of the Southern District of the Arizona Federation of Women's Clubs; Miss Miriam de La Vina of La Paz, Bolivia, scholarship student at the University of Arizona sponsored by the AFWC; and Mrs. George Kitt, former president of TWC who was recently named First Lady of Arizona's Territorial Centennial. A $250 scholarship in education will be presented to Flowing Wells High School senior Ruth Ann Echternach, and Miss Barbara Jane Jensen, a freshman at UA, will receive a $150 scholarship in nursing. Mrs. William H. Couper is luncheon chairman. Assisting her are Mmes. Gladys M. Buck, Agnes H. Martling, C. H. Clinton, Ralph E. Geror, Wilbur Graf, Carl Z. Berry, Myra J. Wood, A. C. Embshoff, Garland Jackson, A. B. Hodgson, Keith Johnston and Edward H. Zeiber. BABIES AND BASEBALL Manager, Fans React To Disastrous Game By JOAN BAZAR Play ball! Baseball exerts a certain charm over young men, no matter how young they may be. These little tykes are taking the defeat of their home team with as much grief as might be expected from their fathers. Jerry Drennen (right) regards his prize pitcher's failings with appropriate distress. The "manager's" gloom is not shared by little Orval B. Whiting Jr. (below left) who is determined to sit through every game of the season in his comfortable box seat. Jeffrey Stinner (lower row, left) shows the beleaguered pitcher no mercy when he lets the out-of-town team hit a homer. Mother-Daughter Luncheon Planned A mother and daughter luncheon and card party is slated by the Sheva Club of Pioneer Women at noon Wednesday, May 8, at the Tucson Garden Club, 311 N. Campbell Ave. Reservations may be made with Mmes. Aaron Stiglitz or William Gittelman. £M1L1E KAISER'S Open 8 - 6 Mon. thru Fri. 8 - 7 Sat. Closed Sunday We Reserve the Right to £2! x Correct \\£c| Printed. Errors 3016-22 E. Broodway (at Country Club) Market Phone EA 5-1561 Bakery EA 5-8201 Thursday CHOCOLATE Chiffon Cake CARAMEL DATE NUT CHINA CHEWS Rum Cake, German and Cheese Rye Bread for delicious Sandwiches Friday Saturday I) Nokomi's Cooked Wild Rice 10'A-oz. can McGregor's Imported SEVILLE Orange Marmalade 59 l-lb. Jars .each ^ DEL MONTE FRUIT? SALADS.. S W Stewed Tomatoes DEL MONTE [Chunk Style Tuna NABISCO VANILLA WAFERS 2 cans 303 cans 2 85 45 59 Old-Fashioned Burnt Sugar LAYER CAKE ALMOND-RASPBERRY (It's Elegant!) ALEXANDER TORTE ASSORTED A I FRENCH PASTRY ....Z' Chocolate Whipped Cream Cake Saturday Only Cinnamon Pull-a-Part COFFEE CAKE FRESH FRUIT-TANGY Lemon Chiffon Tarts 75° $|50 35 Roll each TOASTED COCONUT Whipped Cream Pie 85° 2 35 $|25 French Croissants Strawberry (Crescents), Pie STOUFFER'S CORN SOUFFLE 12 oz. pkg. B.V. Features Prime Meats-Prefer, by Choice and ·Cut As You Experts. STOUFFER'S Potato Au Gratin i-- i BIRDS EYE j i C/AO in Cream Sauce · BIRDS EYE RASPBERRIES SAN JUAN FILET of SOLE For Variety / Try Danish* ll'/j-OI. 8-0 z. in-oz. pkg... Pkg Wil Wright's Famous Ice Cream Red Eric It's Pin ROASTING CHICKENS 5-1b. Average Ib. 59 CHUBBY CHDC FRYERS Pan Ready C Ih. 35 FRESH Ground Lean Beef MONTERREY JACK CHEESE ... HORMEL--ALL MEAT BOLOGNA .Ib. Sliced or Piece lb. 49 55 49 New York Herfiiintr County Cheese, I! si tiger's Liver Sausage Calif. New Crop CORN ON COB ears PASCAL V A R I E T Y C E L E R Y JUMBO, CAI.AVA A V O C A D O S Spring salad favorite Ea. IMS Vegas //.//. Tomatoes, Florida //.//. Cncnm her ,r, Celery Knobs, Stem Slraic- herries. VALENCIA O R A N G E S for Juice Lb. SOUTH AMERICAN GOLDEN B A N A N A S Ibs. 10 29 19 25 Village CHITCHAT By Eniilie Kaiser Maybe the fact that this is NATIONAL Baby Week had escaped you, but It hadn't escaped ME nor BROADWAY Village Market. o o o We can't offer his highness one of our qreat, juicy steaks . . . but he WILL be one of the Steak eaters of the future . . . unless (heaven forbid) we aren't eating steaks when he reaches man's estate, and are living on CAPSULE foods! o o o Speaking of babies, I can pass something interesting along to mothers of teething babies . . . When my young grandson Christopher was visiting me over Easter, his mother asked me if there was something hard and edible that he could chew on. Suddenly it came to me that I had a box of BAl- SEN'S Bambini fingers imported from Germany. How he loves them! Even better than his teething ring! O O O BROADWAY Village Market pampers not only babies and mothers - TO - be, but EVERYBODY. Nothing is too good for my customers and any requests that come in for a wanted item, I personally track it down, for it is my pleasure to do so. o o o CATHERINE C L A R K ' S famous Bread nnd Rolls are now on BVM'S shelves . . . They come from the BROWNRERRY OVENS and are FRESH, not frozen. M^v'oe if you hail from elsewhere you may be familiar with the name AND the product. I know you'll be happy to find it here . . . A reminder . . . MOTHER'S DAY is MAY 12th. RUMMAGE SALE All this week at 244 S. Tucson Boulevard Sponsored by the Tucson Humane Society for (he benefit of homeless pets AND YOU WERE MY I LOVE MY BOX SEAT Edward Francis Brooks 111 follows the ball's progress out of the park, and David Joseph Verdugo glumly figures the ball game is over. Parents of the youngsters are, respectively: Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Drennen, 4529 E. 14th St.; Mr. and Mrs. Orval B. Whiting Sr., 801 W. Milton Road.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stinner, 4302 E. Bellevue St.; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brooks, 700 Calle Colado, and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Verdugo, 7302 E. 20th St. The photographs were submitted for use during Baby Week. Others will follow through Saturday, in the Woman's View. AAUW To Install Officers Mrs. E. E. Ellwood has been named president-elect of the Tucson Branch, American Association of University Women. ' Mrs. Douglas I. Robinson will serve as first vice president and Mrs. Peter N. Thomas, as treasurer. Continuing in office are Mrs. George Bideaux, second vice president; Mrs. C. L. Rockwell, recording secretary; and Mrs. Morgan Maxwell, corresponding secretary. The new officers will be introduced Saturday at the AAUW annual May Breakfast at the Elks Club. The group will be welcomed at 8:30 a.m. by Mrs. Robinson, hostess, and Mrs. John P. Rogers, cohostess. The program committee will present students from the University of Arizona drama department in a play, "Sunday Costs Five Pesos." The decorating committee, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Arthur Witesman, has planned a spring background. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Adolph M. Ernst, 5916 E. Baker St., and arrangements of transportation with Mrs. Robinson, 3949 E. Hampton Place or Mrs. Rogers, 600 S. Beverly Blvd. AEPlii Seniors To lie Feted Seniors in Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority at the University of Arizona will be honored by their alumnae at a breakfast Sunday morning at Ghost Ranch Lodge. Special guest at the 11 o'clock event will be housemother Mrs. Parma Branscomb. Mrs. Dragutin Poje is in charge of reservations, TO THE SHOWERS! OOOOOVER THE FENCE THAT'S THE GAME LDS Organization Sets Dance Tomorrow Evening The public is welcome to attend a dance tomorrow evening sponsored by the Mutual Improvement Association of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It begins at 8 in the Fourth Ward recreation hall, 105 N. Norton Ave., and admission is without charge. "International D a n c e Spectacular" is the theme of the event. Entertainment will feature 110 dancers from the Tucson and San Manuel areas. YWCA Members Attend Meet In California Five members of the Tucson YWCA are in Asilomar, Pacific Grove, Calif., attending a conference of the western region of the organization. They are Mrs. Jack Banks, president; Mrs. Lorraine Smith; board member and chairman of the young a d u l t program; Mrs. Isabelle Childs, young adult program coordinator; Dorfay, YW program staff; and Miss Elizabeth Howsare, executive director. Advertisement F A T OVERWEIGHT Available to YOU without a doctor's prescription, our drug called ODRINEX. You must loje uslv fat In 1 days or your money Back. No strenuous exercise, laxatives, msssaat or taking ol so-called reducing candles, crackers or cookies, or chewins gum. Odrlncx Is « tiny tablel and easily swallowed. 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