Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 1, 1964 · Page 22
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 22

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, April 1, 1964
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WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL I, 1964 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE Scottsdale Girl Places In Content HOLLYWOOD, Calif. - UPI -- Miss Terrye Lynn Armstrong, Scottsdale, Ariz., has been named second runnerup in the "Miss Teen U.S.A." contest. Terrye, "Miss Teen Southwest," won the honor Saturday; the chair that grows with the child ... PETERSON TRI-CHAIR YOUTH CHAM OTIUTT CHAW Your baby will never outgrow TRI-CHAIR! Stainless Steel Tray Many Attractive Colors Reg. $14.95 in carton SPECIAL... 512.95 MAR-LENS BABY FURNITURE AND TOYS 8535 E. Speedway EA 6-7326 Near-Reif Vows Said Last Night Elizabeth Murray Reif and Lt. Bradley Alan Near exchanged wedding vows last evening in a candlelight ceremony at St. Philip's In The Hills Episcopal Church. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold 0. Reif of Catalina Foothills Estates, was attended by her cousin, Diana Simrell of Sharon, Conn. Richard M. Reif served his brother as best man while the bridegroom's brother-in-law, .Philp James Larrabee, Michael Miller of Encino, Calif., Franklin Porter of Kingman and Paul Dudek seated the guests. A reception at the Tucson Country Club followed the ceremony. Elizabeth is a graduate of Chatham Hall in Chatham, Va. and the University of Arizona. She is a member of Chi Omega sorority and Beta Beta Beta biological honorary. Lt. Near, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Near of Mankato, Wis., was graduated from UA where he was affiliated with Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. The couple will be at home at Moody Air Force Base in Valdosta, Ga., where Lt. Near is stationed for pilot training. --Ben Maxey Photo MRS. BRADLEY ALAN NEAR . . . Elizabeth Murray Reif CLUB NEWS Catalinas To Honor AViWC Director Catalina Junior Woman's Club members will honor Mrs. Hector Larriva with a reception tea Sunday, April 12, in the Colonial Room of Hotel Westward Ho in Phoenix. Mrs. Larriva is Junior. 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"The colors," she said, "make a bright spot for me and I hope for others as well." Pamela Tiffin, the-beautiful young actress, skips makeup until she arrives at her destination and then ducks into a powder room f o r a quick touchup. Cloudy days drive me to lavender eye shadow," she said, "because rain reminds me of lilacs." , Said Actress Eva Gabor, "I dress against the weather. I hate the gray of a gray day, so I put on white. Makeup's no problem because I don't wear any for days except on eyes and lips." Others asked for their rainy day secrets agreed that color is a boost. "I wear a bright scarf," said Anita Colby, the blonde beauty known as "The Face." "Lifts the spirits on a drab day." Mrs. Frederick Eberstadt, Ogden Nash's daughter, and often mentioned for those best- dressed lists, said she relies on an oversize umbrella-like a golfer's umbrella in several colors. "I get. into the brightest colors I own," said Actress Joan Crawford. "Cyclamen, kelly green, bright pink. Never black or somber tones." Mrs. Brown Heads JWV Auxiliary Jewish War Veterans, Friedman-Paul Post 201 and its auxiliary will hold a joint installation Sunday at 5 p.m. in the Tucson Jewish Community Center, 102 N. Plumer Ave. New officers for the auxiliary include Mrs. Alex Brown, president; Mrs. Michael Wasserman, senior vice president; Mrs. Frank Giamakos, junior vice president; Mrs. Lena Pit- luck, treasurer; -Mrs. Irving. Newmark, secretary and Mrs. Maurice Steinberg, conductress. TAKE YOUR GAL TO EL CORRAL tX^XJ*-* Radiant Original !/· HT 7 !' A807 PROMINENT DESIGNER Superb Design For Half Sizes Look slim and self-assured all summer in a costume versatile enough to go to lunch in the city, Saturday dinner party, or travel away for a weekend. Printed Pattern A807 is by Radiant--its simple lines elongate the shorter, fuller figure. Relating both dress and jacket is the smart, eye-catching detail of fabric l o o p s that seem to slip through. 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Featured speakers during the four-day conclave are to include British economist and political a n a l y s t Barbara Ward and Labor Secretary W. Willard Wirtz. Open Letter to the gal with a Junior Figure: LEVY'S is having a Bobbie Brooks Fashion Show Saturday at El Con Only! Two shows, in fact, one at 11 a.m. and one at 3 .p.m. Miss Eve Barber, stylist and fashion coordinator for Bobbie Brooks will be on h a n d to comment and answer questions! C'mon in and see what's new in the Junior Fashion World! Register for a free door prize (a Bobbie Brooks outfit) to be given away at EACH show! Levy's Junior Fashions, 1st Floor al Lew's El Con 2nd Floor at Downtown. (Show at El Cm only). 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