Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 2, 1963 · Page 37
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 37

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, May 2, 1963
Page 37
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THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 196* T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 39 'ZZZ'fW /·vj"/^ '/'·* *'"'{': '//'"' ,'/ , l *r r ' % · / / ' ' ' ' , '"'t,'''""/'"~ J )·:, ';·'';*"; C O M P L E T E F R E E D E L I V E R Y S E R V I C E ic Swanway Plaza * Mission Manor * Speedway Wilmol * 6fh Tucson Blvd.* Campbell Plaza * Congress 5th Be prepared to ... (Open nllNitc) --·Citi/en Photo E.S.A. CHAPTER DONATES EQUIPMENT John Ashwood, director of the House of Neighborly Service, and five-year-old Bobby Delsid try out a new baseball bat. G a m m a Delia chapter of Epsilon S i g m a Alpha donated the bat and other sports e q u i p m e n t to the House of Neighborly Service this week. Mrs. P h i l i p , I . B l a c k m a n (center right) is the incoming president of G a m m a D e l t a c h a p t e r , and Mrs. Hugh E. Meyer (right) is c o m p l e t i n g her t e r m as p r e s i d e n t . Mayor Lew Davis has proclaimed t h i s week as Epsilon Sigma A l p h a Week. Groups Announce 1963-64 Officers Tucson's busy women's organizations are getting ready to turn the responsibility of guiding them through another successful year to new officers. Throughout, t h e w e e k they have been e l e c t i n g leaders and now are announcing them to the public. o o o The Mrs. .layCce's. Auxiliary to the Greater Tucson Junior Chamber of Commerce, will be headed hy Mrs. Steve Milinchuk as president. Mrs. Jerry Castrillo is vice president; Mrs. M a r s h a l l Eggman, secretary; and Mrs. Bernard Roose, treasurer. The organization m a i n - tains a c t i v i t i e s and projects t h a t will aid the men's group in its civic service aims. o o o Mrs. Paul Lawrence is the new president of the Woman's Auxiliary to the Cot. Lowell IT. Smith Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 10015. Serving with her next year will be Mrs. Robert Lien, senior vice president; Mrs. James Dickens, j u n i o r vice president; Mrs. Gehard Nelson, secretary; and Mrs. Bradford Raynor, treasurer. Other o f f i c e r s i n c l u d e Mines. Harry West, Paul Greathouse, Manuel Stephens, Manuel Samaniega, Kenneth Taylor, W i l l i a m Cowley and W i l l i a m Orr. o o o New president of t h e Old Pueblo Chapter of Sweet Adelines is Mrs. Delbert Fousct. Serving w i t h her d u r i n g t h e coming term will he Mrs. R i c h a r d F. Bartholomew, vice president; Mrs. E m m e t t F. Carty, recording secretary; Mrs. William C. Kyle, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. David P. Carrocci, treasurer. Installed as new members of the board of directors were Mmes. Robert Sinclair, John W. Jacobs, Orville Dreyer, Merle D e n n i n g , Vcra Case, Frank Z i m m e r - m a n a n d Miss P a t r i r i a G archer. r O O The Trowel and Glove Garden Club concluded its year's a c t i v i t i e s w i t h a spring luncheon and i n s t a l l a t i o n of officers today at the Skyline C o u n t r y Club. Taking office are Mrs. 'Richard Paver, president; Mrs. William Wedding, vice president; Mrs. H a r o l d Franz, secretary; Mrs. L. A. McKinney, treasurer, and Mrs. Dured Gordon, historian. o o o New president of Palo Verde C h a p t e r of R'nai B ' r i t h Women is Mrs. Simonie Anyos. She took office in f o r m a l ceremonies l a s t Thursday along w i t h Mrs. Reuben Gold, vice president; Mrs. John Torchin, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Leonard RosenLhal, treasurer; Mrs. Irene Singer, financial secretary and Mmes. Abraham Gardner, Harry Lerner and Sam Wilson, trustees. o o o Mrs. Elliot Feldman has been elected president of Alpha Epsilon Phi A l u m n a e . She will be assisted during the coming term by Mrs. Robert Schwartz, vice president, and Miss Lorr a i n e Olshansky, secretary- treasurer. Miss Scott To Head Rainbow Miss Kathy Scott, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William C. Scott, 340 S. Country C l u b Road, w i l l he installed Saturday as worthy adviser of W. M a r k Scxson Assembly No. 33, Order of Rainbow for Girls. The installation is slated for 7:30 p.m. in the Red Room of the Masonic Temple. Others taking office are Miss Jeanne Grainger, worthy associate adviser; Miss Shirley Stein, charity; and Miss Sandy Armentrout, hope. AH Masons, Eastern Stars, Rainbow Girls and their families and friends are welcome to attend. A reception in the Banquet Room will follow the ceremony. STONE AT PENNINGTON the most elegant presentation of the year . . . and a lovely gift for Mother's Day BARONESS by Missionary Vctod At Dinner Parly Miss Garni Edgar, d a u g h - t e r of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Edgar, 1700 F.. Water St.. was honored Monday evening w i t h a d i n n e r party eiven hy Mrs. Joseph M. Yurkas, 1226 E. Water St. Miss Edgar leaves tomorrow for the Sudan Interior Mission at Karefa, Africa, where she will serve as a missionary for Catalina Baptist Church for four years. This is Miss Edgar's second trip to Africa. 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