Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on May 9, 1963 · Page 66
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 66

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60 the Arizona Republic ALL l| Ifft vrw- coiLF&r Dinner Event Planned Wofti«ft's Club will hold * efflBMftuMty eovfeftd dish dinne? « 1 p.m. Saturday in the clubhouse, 2421 W. Northern Ave. Speaker will be John B. Con- Ian, Arizona State University lecturer on political science. He has just returned from a Far Eastern trip surveying attitudes toward the United States and its economic policies. A musical number will be given by th« Hum Ding Airs. Special guests will include school administrative and teaching personnel. Mr*. Oysart Murphy U program chairman. Hostesses will include Messrs, and Mmes. F. E. Bledsoe and Bert Briggs. The public Is invited to bring diflner contributions and attend. Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. the club will hold its meeting in the home of Mrs. H. F. Hemigan, Prescott. Officers of tlie Past Presidents group will be elected. Meeting Scheduled By Women's Group Tops Club, Inc., weight reducing group, will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Rimsza Realty office, 6517 N. Seventh St. Mrs. Francis Antrim is program chairman. She will present speaker Mrs. John K. Brammerlin. OPEN HOUSE EVENT—Members of the Phoenix <. duncil of the Seven College Conference held an open house for high school girls and mothers recently in Central High School. Among the guests, Republic Photo by Harrison Brown from left, Miss Karen Reid, Miss Gretchen Frank, Mrs. Jeremy Butler, chairman of the conference; and Miss Joye Buell. Golfers' Tun Day' Has Hilarious Hijinks An/ona Country Club women golfers' "Fun Day" Tuesday re- .si/lipd in s» man}' whistles that four prizes wore awarded—for tin- four best poker hands, because nolf M.-OIC.S were too high to qualify. There were several reasons for high scores — mostly, the several holes Fun Day committee members had titled with fairy-tale names and rules to [it the titles. On a total of seven holes, a woman golfer had to contend with the "London Bridge" green, on which she had to putt through croquet wickets, using a croquet mallet on her golf li'ill. Low score on the par-5 holt—10 strokes. Second anion<: many hazards was the short hole titled "Jack in the Beanstalk." On this one, any pal getting a deuce for a score won a can of beans. In deference to natural hazards, the committee skipped names on several holes, but sometimes required unfortunates to use a wood club (with a rubber shank) to slash out of sandtraps. On the "I !n re lihnd Mice" l"'le, golfers had to putt wear- in- maten.s. „„ ,, ••Cinderella" luile, women fm ed a tableau of ui-.tunii.-d characters, to try on a shoe before they could call it quits. Cinderella—Mrs. John A. Jones—and her two ugly sisters were balanced with Prince Charming (Mrs. Russell Carver) who held the magic slipper. If the shoe fit. the wearer could chalk up a hole in one. 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