Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 6, 1960 · Page 28
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 28

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, June 6, 1960
Page 28
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PAGE 28 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN MONDAY JUNE 4, IttO Register For Summer Classes June 6 to llth 10 A.M,-2 P.M. · Tap * Toe · Ballet * Modern Juxz · Acrobatic 3ritsckys Dancing Academy 2627 EAST BROADWAY EA Mil3 or AX 8-7024 Out Of The Mouths... MEMPHIS. Tenn. - UPf-You never can teil what the kids in the Little Miss Cottoo contest arc going to say next, but you can bet the 6 to 10 year olds will keep newsmen ducking for cover. Like the television announcer who asked one young miss if .she had any animals at home, ''No. but we have lots of roaches," she confided while her mother shuddered in the audience. There was another television emcee who was glad this exchange came in a warmup before the program went on the air. He asked one little girl what she would like to do most. "Travel." replied the moppet. "Where would you like to go?" "Right now. I'd like to go to the bathroom." WESTERN Living at its BEST Seriously --- can't you picture you and your family enjoying a dream vacation in your own home together? Can't you feel the tensions of the day drift away as you relax in cool comfort under your Western aluminum roof --or sun-bathe under the "..,... screen roof? SCREEN ROOM for, PATIO, PORCH, POOL · Genuine Fiberglas screening · Heavy aluminum roof--made in Tucson NO MONEY DOWN -- 36 months to pay Manufactured--Sold--Installed--Serviced by WESTERN ALUMINUM INDUSTRIES 1738 E Grant Rd. ' CALL EA 5-2921 Tucson, Arizona Newlyweds To Live In Coolidge Patricia NeJ-Koy -Manlier »nd Gerald B. Squyrt* were married Saturday evening in a formal ceremony at Central Assembly of God Church, They are now on a honeymoon trip in Northem Arizona and will live at 394,, W. Byrd St., Coolldf e, after June 15. The bride, daughter of Mr. asd Mrs. Floyd I. Manker, 201 W. Ventura St., attended Lamson Business College, the University of Hawaii and Arizona State University. She received her bachelor's degree from the University of Arizona and did graduate work there. She is now a second grade teacher at Florence Elementary School. Mr. Squyrei received his degree from Missis- *ippi College, Clinton, Miss. He studied at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and did graduate work at Mississippi Southern College. He is a member of the English Department at Coolidge High School. Patricia's affiliations included Alpha Epsilon, Phi Chi Theta, Pi Omega Pi, national business women'* and teachers' honoraries, and Order of the Eastern Star. Mr. Jkjuyres, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin A, Squyres of Brookhaven, Miss., belongs to Masonic Lodge, Shriners and Order of the Eastern Star. Carolyn Robinson served as maid of honor in the double ring ceremony. ^Bridesmaids were Mrs. L. H. Mclnvale, Shirley Ann Cheeseman, Phyllis and Beverly Woodrome, both of Florence. Patricia chose a chapel length gown of imported ehantilly lace over aatin. The fitted i ifci. --Lynn «ifld«r» MRS. GERALD B. SQUYRES . . . Patricia Manker basque bodice featured calla lily sleeves and scooped neckline that was adorned with sequins and pearls. Phillip Ronnerud of Coolidge was best roan and ushers were James Berry, Dan Dellinger, Robert Johnson and Howard Carlsten, both of Florence. Mabel Woodrome, Nelda Johnson, both of ^Florence, and J. J. Miller were flower girls. Daflrell Johnson of Florence was the ring bearer. SALE CHOCOLATE CHIP ·UT 1 pQZEN AT ·IOULAR PRICE-GET 2ND DOZEN FOR MONDAY ft TUESDAY COX'S BAKERY MONTEREY VILLAGE CAMPBELL PLAZA 62M E. SPEEDWAY CAMPBELL * GLENN SHOP 22M East J Broadway fwoM's WHY GROW OLD? Open Door To Fun By JOSEFMNE LOWMAN It seems to me that so many, folks pacs up to many opportunities for .fun, because of lack of imagination, chronic fatigue, boredom, inertia and ruts they have dug for themselves. A recent letter from a reader tells of a rewarding dub which has been in existence for about 30 years. She writes: "In your column I have just read of the woman who learned to play the chord organ at the age of 69 and joined · chord organ club. How nice of her husband to bear with her while learning! I used to be an excellent pianist 35 years,ago,.But when I sit down to play my husband almost always turns on the radio. "But, I'm writing to ask you to tell your readers about a music club to which a friend,of mine belongs. This friend lives in a different city. It was organized by and for middle-aged women whose. children w e r e frown. These women had studied piano, organ, voice, violin or some musical instrument when they were younger but had never had enough instruction to us« this as a lource «f income. "All of them had quit Aeir music in the process of rearing a family, and as no one asked them to play there was not much incentive to continue practice, so all had grown rusty. This dub was started to provide these women with u incentive to renew their practice and play for each other. They studied various cempeaen aBd their works. "They hate had ma»y h**ey hours together ud Mwtfoue play for Rest Homes tad similar places. Their aget MW raige from 45 years to M yean." N* eift. deeeniry Mep n Tit**., Wee*. gtrmalnt k»««^y *·!·» tr CeMtmen CsnpM Awn* Market 1924 i. 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And Necklaces in the very new matinee length, ropes, 1 and 2 strands, dog collars, bibs. It's a glittering collection in colored stones, crystals, mock pearls, chalk whites .., and the savings ore great! Prices plus tax. Steinfeld's Jewelry, Street Floor Nardis of Dallas makes living easy ... in a dress of magic ARNEL* The look is lovely, in this magical celones* fiber that's hond-woshoWe, quick-drying. You'll love the way it holds its shop*, wili never shrink out of fit, and you'll love the look of its slenderizing lines of the permanently pleoted skirt, stitched ticked top. Yours to ·fioy ot on ottroctiy· prieo.,, *n fwwnwr'i wotf ftottorrnj color, *mit«. Size* 8 to 18. hrjhron Sofn, Street HOOT

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