Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on November 4, 1969 · Page 58
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
November 4, 1969

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 58

Publication:
Location:
Phoenix, Arizona
Issue Date:
Tuesday, November 4, 1969
Page:
Page 58
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 58 article text (OCR)

MI I r Ift The Artettoa WpaMfc ,, Nor. 4, 1959 TOD ATS CLUB CALENDAR AMARANTH, Phoenix Court No. 1; 8 p.m., Masonic Temple, Fourth Avenue and Monroe; Mrs. Eula Mae Parker, assistant grand lecturer, will be honored. BETA Sigma Phi, Alpha Psi Chapter; 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Wayne Zude, 7508 E. Highland, Scottsdale. BETA Sigma Phi, Gamma Mu Chapter; 8 p.m., Neptune's Table, 702 W. Camelback; ritual of jewels for Mrs. Dan Pyron and Mrs. John Brown; special guests will be Mrs. Ron Wilke, city council president; Mrs. Ken Johns, city council vice president; Mrs. Lee Staggs, international honorary member and city council sponsor. BETA Sigma Phi, Xi Mu Chapter; 8 p.m. home of Mrs. John Moore, 7807 E. Beatrice, Scottsdale; speaker is Mrs. Jerry Meek. EPSttON Sigma Alpha, Alpha Delta Chapter; 8 p.m. home of Mrs. Jeanne Faughn, 846 W. Whitton; educational meeting. PHI Sigma Alpha, Gamma Chapter; 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Francis Bailey, 2016 W. Rancho Drive; speaker is Ma- Ian Jackson. today at 8 p.m. In the Legion Home, 364 N. Seventh Ave. LEGION WOMEN ACT Luke Greenway Unit No. 1 of the American Legion Auxiliary will present a skit on rehabilitation at the meeting POT LUCK IS MENU Grandview Woman's Club meets at noon tomorrow in Odd Fellows' center, 1325.N. 14th St., for pot luck and a program which will be presented by speaker Pat Dotson, vice principal of Camelback High School. Chairman is Mrs. M. E. Hufferd. Hostesses are Mrs. 0. R. Jones, N. M. Mitchell, M. B, Vaughn and Willie Cooley. YOU CAN GET IT AT A CIRCLE K Hospital auxiliaries work hard to keep a promise Members of the John C. Lincoln Hospital Auxiliary are working hard to keep a promise made by auxiliary president Mrs. Betram Snyder. When Mrs. Snyder was installed in Jan. 1969, she pledged the women would raise $50,000 for the parent institution in the next five years. Continuing projects include a hospital gift shop and the Treasure Trove in Sunnyslope Plaza which specializes in second-hand goods. Another money raiser, the second annual Noche de Oro ball, is planned for Nov. 8 at Camelback Inn. Mrs. Robert Eddingfleld and Mrs. Chester Hansen are co-chairmen for the 7:30 p.m. gala. Mrs. Gene Carpenter is in charge of invitations. Mayoral candidates to debate before club Politics enter program planned by the Midtowners Business and Professional Women's Club today at the noon luncheon in the Beef Eaters Restaurant, 300 W. Camelback. John Driggs,- contender for Mayor, and Milton Graham, incumbent, with two council candidates each, will debate before the group. * * * The Bishop's Silver Com- Dr. Beal to discuss causes of cancer International Association of Cancer Victims and Friends in the Metro-Phoenix Chapter will meet today at 7:30 p.m. In Desert Hills Hotel, 2707 E. Van Buren, to hear Dr. Robert L. Beal, psychiatrist. He will discuss the causes of cancer which may include an unbalanced condition and how to identify and balance the physical, mental and spiritual forces. mittee of the Episcopal Diocese will have its annual Silver Tea today from 3 to 5:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. J. G. M. Berry, 23 Colonia Miramonte, Camelback Inn, Scottsdale. Silver and jewelry contributed earlier for the diocesan communion set will be for sale. Proceeds go toward purchase of a communion set. Committee members include Mrs. John B. Alsever, chairman; Mrs. Arthur Webster, co-chairman, and Mmes. Berry, Donald Dunbar, Louis Sands, Joseph Comer, Joseph Harte, J. C. Wetzler and Amelia Long. A plains wedding STERLING, Colo. (AP) "Miss Plainsman," Moira Junk of Merino, Colo., became "Mrs." soon after graduation from Northeastern Junior College. She was married to "Mr. Plainsman," Don Jackson of Matheson, Colo. The "Plainsman" awards are made annually by the school yearbook. WORLD'S LARGEST MFG. PRESENTS THE SEWING MACHINE OF THE FUTURE Ouhfrelchii Them All With Tht ' Miracle Stitch Visual Design Dialing from $3950 i another exc/us/ve of HOUSE of SEWING, Inc. TOWER PLAZA MALL * PHi 2IM90I HOMEMAKEH'» COOK BOOK JN'*HQ6N|X.T4)CSQN AREA'S , THISWiiK: "Casseroles end Quick Meals" 32 pages Republic Photo by Roy Cosway John C. Lincoln Hospital Auxiliary members, left to right, Mrs. Chester L. Hansen, Mrs. Gene Carpenter, Mrs. Robert Schirmer and Mrs. Robert Eddingfield. STAINED Tl TOOTH STAIN REMOVER Kep, an amazing new powder, safely removes food and tobacco Mains ... teeth are more attractive ... ftel cleaner, top. Dentists use and recommend Kep. TUDICTV DRUG AND I nmr 11 DISCOUNT ST AND Our Experts Take* Great Care In Cleaning & Blocking Knit Dresses and Sweaters, So They Are Returned To You Just LIKE NEW! Formals, Also! THE ^Best CLEANERS CLEAN BEST PHONE 253-5312 — 253-9209 1515 N. 7th Ave. For FREE Pickup & Delivery 253-5312 — 253-9209 LBN PUN DRAPERY FABRICS 2000 Yd«. of top quality Prints, Plains, Textures, and Novelties. We must make room for a large shipment being shipped from the mill. If you want draperies for any room in your home and are working on a limited budget, see these fabulous values. Reg. $T. 98 to $2. 98 UPHOLSTERING VELVET First quality. 54" wide. Available in 20 colors — all cotton — Both plains and the new wide wale variety. Values from $10.95 to $14.95 .... 95 Yd. SCULPTURED VELVET 54" wide upholstery fabric. First quality Imported from Bel gium. Beautiful leaf design in four colors — gold/olive, orange/olove, red, gold/gold. . $14.95Value .............. Yd. READY TO HANG DRAPERIES Custom made in our own workroom. Ready to take home, choice of colors. Fuily lined-hooks in — decorator folded and bagged. 90"x45" 90"x56" U2"x45" Il2"x56" M2"x85" Il2"x95" I40"x85" I40"x95" $20.95 $21.95 $25.95 $27.95 $32.95 $34.95 $39.95 $40.95 I60"x95" $47.95 I90"x85" $53.95 I90"x95" $54.95 ONE WAY PANELS 95"x85" $27.95 95"x95" $28.95 H5"x85" $32.95 VISIT OUR NEW CARPET DEPARTMENT 100% KODEL PLUSH One of the most luxurious plush pile carpets ever made. Easy care and non allergenic because it's Kodel. Available in 22 lovely colors $10" INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PAD YD MULTI-COLOR SHAG An artist's pallette of color In each square yard, The shaggiest «hag you ever saw. Long deep pile in 100% nylon. INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PAD 9 9S YD STORE HOURS - Won. &Thurs. Nights to 9 PM Opon Dally 9 to S : 30 \ Shop e* Hem* «- We'll be happy to lend o decorarorro your home with complete sample* *» | day or evening!... no obligation... | u$t call... rnasipi charge 264-3491 draperies 812 EAST CAMELBACiC The LEEN Plan is the safe, sensible way to control weight without missing three meals a day, No monotonous liquid meals. Start the LEEN Plan today. GFT IT. AT SEE US AT THE STATE FAIR LA III Co —Imagine making a sweater in less than 30 minutes, this is not knitting a sweater but making one on a sewing ma'chine. Sweater material and pattern* arriving weekly. STRETCH MATERIAL OUR SPECIALTY VIK5NG CO. 1035 E. Camelback • Phoenix • 44 S. San Marcos • Chandler • 279-5564 963-7151 WESTGATE EXECUTIVE HOTEL WALGREEN S Elegance in Vowntown (San Viego The Westgate Executive Hotel was built to serve the discriminating traveler who appreciate* fine appointments and knowledgeable service. One hundred and two magnificent guest rooms and suites are exquisitely furnished in Italian, Oriental, French, , Spanish and contemporary themes, le Continental dining room, the roof-top Terrace Room and private meeting rooms all reflect the character of this luxury hotel that brings new life to a dynamic downtown San Diego. A Property of W«stgate*Cal!fornta Corporation 1055 HRST AVENUE 232-6141 Downtown, San Diego |8te LI Wl»»j . Of THE WO KID RATTAN TUB CHAIR 16"xl6"x29'/a" 8.88 each Tf~-r From San Franefsco LARRABURU SOUR DOUGH BREAD Flown In froih each Tuesday via TWA jet. Arrives at our store about noon. T14 Ib. loaf. Round or long 79C loaf IMPORTS FROM SPAIN Wide selection of ashtrays, bookends, candleholden, carved boxes, leather bottles, decorator items. Come in before you start redecorating!! BULRUSH TOTE BAQS Colorful linings 1.96 each TANQ'S HAS GONE HEATHER" Vest 24,95 each Skirt 19,96 each Pouch 89o each Purse 7.88 each COORDINATED BLACK & WHITE ITEMS Plastic with "Nanko" Design Chest 7,88 eqch Round tray, 10%" diameter ... 97oeach Salt & Pepper shaker* 1,48 each ALUMINUM TEAKETTLES 2-cup ...1,69each 4-cup ...2,69each 8-cup ... 4,97 each BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR OUR THANKSGIVING DRAWING lllli^m^^^BBBBIIIIIilll^ TOWN & COUNTRY SHOPPING CENTER 4821 North 20th Street Mon.-Sot. 9s30 o,nv9:00., Sunday 13 Noon to 6 p.m. TEMPE-MESA HIGHWAY 1525 East Apache Blvd. Mon,.Sat. 1 OsOO a.m.-9iOO p.m., Sunday 1 $ Noon to 6 p.m. SORRY, NO MAJtOftPHS i %

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page