Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 3, 1969 · Page 67
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 67

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, April 3, 1969
Page 67
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ALL EP Republic Photo by Paul Brown Junko Kaivamura, Marilyn Inoshita, Cindy Yoshii watch Mrs. Tom Ikeda dance Sphinx Court No. 65 to install officers Installation of officers will be at 8 a.m. Saturday for the Sphinx Court, No. 65, Ladies Oriental Shrine of North America in the El Zaribah Shrine Temple, 15th Ave. and Washington. Taking office are Mrs. Frank Cover, high priestess; Mrs. Eula Malcolm, princess; Mrs. Malcolm Medill, associ- Smith, first ceremonial lady; ate princess; Mrs. Claude and Mrs. Earl Fish, second ceremonial lady. JWC membership lunch Junior Woman's Club of Phoenix will have its annual membership luncheon at noon today in the Clubhouse, 302 W. Earll, featuring Dr. D. W. Frerichs who will speak on hospital ship USS Hope, the national junior federation project. Recently elected officers will be introduced: Mrs. Tom Stallings, president; Mrs. Richard Thompson, first vice president; Mrs. Charles Bur- sell, second vice president; and Mrs. Jerry Speer and Mrs. William Clements, secretaries. Mrs. Kenneth Bach is treasurer, assisted by Mrs. Louis Evans. Directors are Mrs. Rodger Green and Mrs. Art Helfenbein. l/eoV/ng Announcements Commercial Printing Picture Framing 1123 N. 1st St. THE FAMILY CIRCUS by Bit Keane "In school today we learned how to loot the flag and take the pledge." RCA Widens The Gap!!! See Your Dealer Today and Find Out How!! AVAILABLE NOW! Limited quantities of "XL" color TV Sets are arriving now. XL color TV sets have been placed on allocation due to the tremendous response. Sea why nowi! Edison Simmons Crib Full size, hard rock maple, adjustable spring, double drop-sides, hardboard panels, steel stabilizing bars for additional strength. Autumn Maple and Sno White. 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It takes so many years of training before the techniques of the dances can be mastered that Mrs. Ikeda doesn't push her black-eyed graceful students. "It must be their desire." In fact, she herself is reluctant to go further and obtain a certificate. It would involve several years more concentrated study. "And it would mean terrific responsibility." As it is, a single trip a year to her teachers studio in Los Angeles is all the time she can spare from her duties as mother to five, a housewife, and teacher of Glendale and Phoenix area dancing young ladies. Besides, teaching now is simply a pleasant task for Mrs. Ikeda. "It's just for fun." She began her own dancing studies at 15 to entertain her bedfast father. "I was so big and the little" ones in the class so advanced. I had to study hard to catch up." The preferred age to begin is 3. "We learn by mimicking. The instructor does a segment of the dance and we follow her. We do this over and over again until we have learned." 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