Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 6, 1960 · Page 27
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 27

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, June 6, 1960
Page 27
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MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 6, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN PAGE 27 --Lynn Suiden MRS. ROBERT ANDERSON , ,~* Jo Anne Askren ,, Miss Askren Wed Saturday »/ Jo Anne Askren tod Robert E. Anderson repeated their wedding vows Saturday afternoon in a semi-formal wedding at Catalina Methodist Church. The bride wore a ballerina length gown of lace over taffeta with short sleeves and scooped neckline. A gathered tulle headpiece held her short veil and she carried a colonial bouquet of white and pink carnations. The only jewelry she wore was a strand of pearls given to her by the bridegroom. The daughter of Mrs. Busby Askren, 1434 N. Belvedere Blvd., she was given in marriage by her brother Paul L. Askren. Mr. Anderson's sister Jean attended her as maid of honor She wore a pink organza dress and carried a pink and white carnation bouquet. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R! Anderson, 1236 E. Grant Rd. George E. Booth Jr. attended him as best man. Ushers were Roger A. Bate and Coy Richards. At the church reception, assisting hostesses were Mmes. Booth, James Lieurance and Glenn White. Jo Anne attended Mt. St. Scholastica .College for Women, Atchison, Kan., and Washington University, St. Loujs, Mo. · Her husband attended the University of Arizona and received his degree from Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind. He is employed by Eichenberger Nurseries. .... After a honeymoon, trip to Mexico, the couple will live at 3740 E. PimaSt Ronel Jewelers Shopper 'Stopper STERLING SILVER Cake, Pie or Pastry Server With SfeinUst tladt Imported from England . . . Regularly $5 Attractive heavy sterling scroll »nd leaf design which blends perfectly with most »i!ver patterns. Stainless blade has serrated cutting edge and trowel offset for easiest ·erring of pastries. ,- Fed.. Tax Inch Past Presidents Of TWC Elect New Officers Mrs. Clarence E. Britten has been elected chairman of the Past Presidents group of the Tucson's Woman's Club. Assisting her during the coming -year will be Mrs. Robert R. Hinnant, vice chairman; Mrs. Clermont D. Loper, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Jefferson C. Davis, publicity; Mrs. Ralph R. Guthrie, devotions and Mri, Clarence R. Smith, fellowship. portant ctoko the china you'll lore through the yean because it's the finest! Durable eiegMHC tint firm you pleasure at every mnl and reflects yow good taste when you MMcrtain. Coco* Jlote shown, only one of many beautiful FliiHridge patterns in open stock so you may cxid to your set M yow plefise, 5 piece setting, !§.·!. Other Fh'mridge pttterns, !).·!«· )).fS. iM, LMMT Lent! SUN ·km m»Ut WttnOVt 1 TUBE, $1.* No One Carries Money Anymore By CYNTHIA LOWRV NEW YORK (ft-The new catalogue of my favorite mailorder house has a special item: a red cowhide wallet with windows for SO credit cards. And no space for cash. This is completely in line with current trends. The American dollar is obviously on its way to obsolescence. Soon it may be like the English guinea--they know what it stands for, but nobody ever sees one. The British,, in fact, don't make guineas any more, although they still quote prices in terms of this old monetary unit. Milady's handbag, traditionally the subject for migentle- , men's jokes, are looking more like card files in these days when credit is king. Things have come to such a pass that a girl would sooner forget her lipstick than her gasoline credit card, and her metal charge plate is as much a part of her equipment as the car keys. But it is the handbagless males who are really having it rough. As is well known, in some circles it is now considered hot only crass but status- revealing to handle a restaurant tab with vulgar greenbacks. The man who would be considered by his peer group to be a cosmopolite, a sophisticate, must have credit established just about any place he might land so he can sign with a flourish. It is increasingly possible to get along almost indefinitely without money. You gel your salary check with' the taxes, Social Security, pension fund, hospitalization, insurance already removed, and you even can have your savings automatically deducted. The check does go intact into ones checking account. One signs and charges all month and eventually comes the day of reckoning, consisting of writing checks. All this is likely to change, however, particularly with the problems of transporting all those cards. If one must carry a bulky case containing up to 80 embossed, decorated cards of unyielding cardboard, somebody is going to'rediscover flexible slim money. Just think back how handy greenbacks are: a $1,000 bill doesn't weigh an ounce more than a ?1 bill. And users need not go to the bother later of writing checks, gluing envelopes and buying stamps. Wait until some status leader finds THAT out. 2 times 2 price) As t jummer value event, we present two of our traditionally fine permanents at exactly one-half price! Our trained experts can promise yen/ a soft, curly,'fashionable and manageable coiffure for any hour, around the clock. 21.00 0«MB«n4 ANTOMI w«v*, 50* BOTH WAVIS COMPUTt WITH CUT, SHAMPOO AIM STYLI SIT ' T/nte/ l»ir iligbtly bigbtr. Jk*nty Smkn, MA4-O411 3.1414 tar JUILLIARD IMPORTED CASHMERI Regularly priced of 149,98 You save 59.99 m this event! only $ 10. down on loyaway or ptry $15, monthly on your L«vy "option" charge. Juilliard's finest "registered" cashmere, l u x u r i o u s l y tailored a n hand-detailed by I ; lcurctte of California! liadi thoughtfully lined with Miliurn for complete comfort in mild an changeable Tucson weather! of six lovely s t y l e s (we've shown j u s t two, y o u ' l l w a n t to sec them a l l ! ) Style i n f o r e g r o u n d w i t h single b u t t o n closing P u r i t a n collar, p u s h - u p sleeves and stiic hed-plcat back trim. In background: 3-button style with wing type deep cut sleeves. Blond Palomino, Black., Vinina or Axure Blue shades. Misses' sixes f to 18 and custom sixes 4 to 14. Pav onlv 15.00 *· j monthly on your regular Levy Dption" charge or j u s t $10. down on layaway. LJTPJ 'j Gist!, SeetnJ F. \

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