Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on May 9, 1963 · Page 67
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 67

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, May 9, 1963
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, fhm, May i, IMS The Afteoi* SI Groups Schedule Numerous Meetings for Today Mrs. Eleanor Kevins. YWC.A Robstti. Mesa, will be hostess PHOEMX BALLROOM Dane- THE YEAR'S last mectlns Ham I McCallev 1740 fi board member, will speak on for the 7 p.m. meeting at ers Club will hold a business , , u " ! ™, ! J"I, McCa " ey * 174 ° E< "What Makes a Good Meeting" which new officers will also be meetin * at 8 P- m - tomorrow in ' nr "* ™ arts and Flower9 " a ' at tho Srnttoriaia . Mac* vu/- «i^f^ the Siuinyslope branch of AH- <-' ar <>en Club will be a picnic Program chairman la Mrs. Bank, 9108 N. Third St elected. at the Scottsdale - Mesa Wives meetine todav. » .. i /»na unnr» »iuo i>. imra ,„ , A "y prospective member a m- Charles Tolonen will preside >• Mrs. Arson Rollins, 62(5 N. vited to attend. 'wonen win presiae. lunch beginning at 10 a.m. Stanley Larson. Guest of honof today at the home of Mrs. Wil- will be Mrs. Nels Peterson. MISS ROXENA MUSBACM MISS ARLENE KNOWLES MISS PATRICIA BORKOWSKI Three Engagements Told June IS nuptials will unite Miss Roxena Ann Musbach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Porter Reid, 4701 E. Clarendon Ave., and John Thomas Rauch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wade Rauch, Columbia, S.C. The engagement has been announced by parents of the bride- elect Miss Musbach Is a sophomore In the school of nursing at Arizona State University at Tempe. Her fiance is in the U.S. Aif Force. The wedding will take place In the Eighteenth Ward Chapel, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. THE WEDDING plans of Miss Arlene Knowles of San Jose, Calif., and Robert F. Kirby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kirby of Morenci, have been announced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Knowles, Rosemont, Pa. Mr. Kirby now lives in San Jose, where wedding ceremonies will be performed in the First Methodist Church at 7 p.m. June 8. Miss Knowles attended Vermont College in Montpelier. Mr. Kirby is a former University of Arizona student. THE ENGAGEMENT of two Phoenicians, Miss Patricia Ann Borkowski, and David Michael Kelly, has been announced by parents of the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent W. Borkowski, 2244 E. Turney Ave. Parents of the prospective bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Kelly, 3203 N. 26th Place. No wedding date has been set. Both Miss Borkowski and Mr. Kelly are students at Phoenix College, where they are majoring in business administration. SCOTTSOALft tjuare Ofif* Knd of Wittier SALE There will be a large selection frdm eur stodc &f bbolcs and reeerds lor yaur censideratibn < . . at pleasing prices. May 9, 10, and 11 A Fred Catneithft for each Mother during this Sale. BOOKS and RECORDS #12 Fashion Square Mall • Scottsdale & Camelbaclc Rd. fflllllSlllllllillllllillllllllllllllllllBllilllill Childrens Juniors Petite Juniors DRESS SALE and on regularly priced from 5.98 to 29.98 Girls • Petife Juniors • Juniors Uptown Plaia—ChrU-Town Chris-Town Only exceptional values for summer and vacation wear MEN'S HAIRPIECES 3101 N. Seottidal* Rd. PH. 945-4631 SCOTTSDALE and use your charge account Chris-Town Uptown Plaza SCOTT8OALE •iip BANS-UP FAMOUS BRANDS THAT ARE NATIONALLY ADVERTISED up to NOW 3 DAYS ONLY!! $090 THURS.-FRI.-SAT. Cnoose from a special group of wedge, stacked or dressy heels in the season's wearable colors. A good selection of sizes . . . but not in every style. and S1A90 10 OPEN THURS. 'til 9 P.M. SCOTTSDAte i on FASHION SQUARE • CAMELBACK AT SCQTTSDALE RD. • SCOTTSDALE Shop Thursday & Fri Friday Another New Warehouse Showroom Exclusive... Pieces... 222" of Exciting Seating New Fashion Note . . , Mirrored surfaced plastic top end tables attached directly to the sofa for added conven- YOURS IN LUXURIOUS Space-engineering for your living room with remarkable new versatility and beauty from Traders Smart new shape m the deep tufted backs, reversible and zippered full foam cushions plus the ultimate in convenience ... the marvelous space-saving versatility of the built-in PLASTIC TOP end tables . . . meticulously tailored deep pile frieze fabrics, your choice of colors. Slim tapered and brass capped walnut or blonde legs. NOTHING DOWN JUST $2.90 PER WK. NOTHING DOWN MONTHS TO PAY •C&na'i *i*«t*§f!7* ^** TlUil'S * t trmfimmmw* mwwmmww St e ""•njan^LFy f2»» VanBu? NO PAYMENT FOR 90 DAYS Used and! Repossessed Furniture! J Is

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