Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 2, 1963 · Page 38
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 38

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, May 2, 1963
Page 38
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PAGE 40 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1963 Art Center Supper To Be Held May 23 The Tucson Art Center's annual supper will be held Thursday, May 23, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Her- riok P. Nuzum, 315 Peppertree Circle. The supper is one of the activities now sponsored by the newly organized Art Center League. Mrs. Jay Sternberg is chairman of the League steering c o m m i t t e e and Mrs. Henry O'Neil, cochairman. Others serving on the committee are Mrs. Lincoln Johnson, Bal des Arts; Mrs. Peter J. Urban, Treasures and Trifles; Mrs. William H. Brand, Christmas fair; Mrs. Frank Patania Jr., docents; Mrs. Hollis K. Martin, lecture series; and Mrs. Alfred M. Panofsky, homes tour. Also working on the committee are Mrs. William Engelhardt, Junior Museum; Mrs. Sanford Estes, hospitality; Mrs. David G. Watkins, May supper; Mrs. Frederick H. Lowry, special membership; Mrs. H, Kelley Rollings, house committee; Mrs. William Hawes Smith, luncheon tours; Mrs. Desmond Powell, gallery volunteers; Mmes. Russell Wise and Wells H a m p t o n , members-at-large; and Mrs. Marcel T. Kahn, publications. --Cltiien Photo MRS. M. H. JORGENSON .. .President Mrs. Jorgcnson ~ Heads Calalina Women Golfers Mrs. M. H. Jorgenson has been installed as president of the Catalina Woman's Golf Association. Serving w i t h her will be Mrs. Sam H. Thompson, vice president; Mrs. Richard Culler, secretary; Mrs. M. P. Mehan, treasurer; and Mrs. Conrad A. Bachelier, tournament chairman. Mrs. Charles A. Malone, outgoing president, presented the cup to Mrs. Bachelier, winner of this year's P r e s i d e n t ' s C u p Tournament. \ /"' S-** ty-Hgf j$L$ #,*$5^ ^ · M ffi : ^.eiWlsi v *5 ·=*^ * COIOR-SPUM DRESSES PRICED JUST FOR ME! My choice for Spring through Summer- Wards cool little sundressesl One of my favorites; a fresh white cotton pique, sparked with colorful hem border, bodice buttons, and piping in red or gold. 3 to 11 Petite. Come see Wards whole imaginative collection, priced to suit the Junior budget! SHOP WARDS COMPLETE COSMETIC DEPARTMENT Ogilvie Highlights Shampoo -- A 12- ounce bottle of this fine shampoo ...a $1.50 value...is now only . Sl.OO. Comes in special formulas 1 for dry, oily and normal hair; assures manageable tresses with ' new sheen and sparkle. Ogilvie Sheer Velvet Spray Set- Formerly $2.00, the 11-ounca size is now $1.50. This remarkable spray actually conditions as it controls...contains no lacquer to stiffen hair or change Its color. Holds hair gently, naturally. G M R A / f 1 M i_ V V Ogilvie Ogilvie Setting Lotion --A quick-drying, non-flaking setting lotion, perfect for today's high fashion hair styles. Gives longer lasting, more manage- abte sets with new body and · shine. 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Marshall, Dennis DeCon- cini and David Helsten. Following dinner, new officers will be installed. They are Mrs. Richard F. Bidlake Jr., president; Mrs. William Brownlee, vice president; Mrs. Gary Dean Vance, corresponding secretary; Mrs. L. Tipton Jackson, recording secretary; Mrs. B. G. Thompson, treasurer; and Miss Mary Glenn Trachta, editor. TOMORROW'S SCHOOL LUNCH AMPHITHEATER Baked Fish Sticks Hash Browned Potatoes Salad Bread and Butter Ice Cream Milk or Chocolate Milk FLOWING WELLS Macaroni and Cheese Buttered Peas Chef Salad Pumpkin Pie Hot Rolls Milk MARANA Cheese Enchiladas Pinto Beans Cabbage, Carrot and Raisin Salad Fruit Milk SUNNYSIDE Fish Sticks Sliced Potatoes Pickled Beets Hot Bread Fruit Jello Milk TUCSON Fish Sticks Buttered Corn Cole Slaw French Bread and Butter Lemon Pudding Milk or Chocolate Milk MOVE WITH THE MASTERS!, TUCSON WAREHOUSE AND TRANSFER CO, 110E.6uiSt.-153S.PIumer AKELA, NEW MEXICO Btw. 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