Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 30, 1950 · Page 18
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Reggie Rusac INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS was held yesterday by the Credit Women's Breakfast club at Rancho Barra\ Nada. 'Installing officer was Mrs. Thelma Rolfaway, Phoenix, past president of district No. II. Officers (left to right) included: Marguerite .Borchers, president; Florence Gusmepi outgoing president and now on the board; Mrs. Hollaway; Mrs. Howard Decker, first vice-president; . Mary Joy Perry, recording secretary; Irene Hunter, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Howard Bellinger, treasurer; and Helen Mayer, financiat secretary. Atomic Defense Discussec At Soroptimists 1 Meeting Tucson should start the ball rolling in' atomic defens and set the. pattern for the-rest of the country, Maj. M. .V/ Runyon, adjutant air base hospital, USAF medical suppl corps, said in speaking on "Radiological' Defense" befor more than 60 members and guests at the "Bosses' Day luncheon meeting .Thursday at th Pioneer hotel. Maj. Runyon suggested a coursi of action to set up 'such a defense pattern modeled along the lines of that organized at the base. This organization comprises six divi sions headed by the base radiojog leal safety officer and is composed of the,. following groups: Engineers, quartermaster corps, firefighters, transportation, communication and the medical department. . Trained For Emergency Members of each group are thoroughly trained and prepared for an emergency. This type of organization could be duplicated by the city of. Tucson with the mayor as its head and civilian groups in .the various fields of business thoroughly, educated in atomic defense and trained to meet the needs In an atomic explosion. The officer outlined the action of an atomic bomb and explained the meaning of atomic energy. He ·aid that 90. per cent-radiation was expended at the time of the explosion and described other elements and forces 'released. To be within 500 yards of the explosion would be fatal, 1000 yards, 90 per cent fatal, and within a radius- of two miles serious injury would* re- null, the major added. Control Oil Radiation Radiation cannot be destroyed, Maj. Runyon went on to say.'The control of radiation is handled by, monitors thoroughly'trained'to detect radiation contamination. Re- fldual radiation clings like dus and attaches .itself to body am clothing. Safety measures and pro tective actions wers discussed by the major. Desert H o w l e r s Membership Drive Is Now Under Way . The . Desert' Howlers - Squar Dance club of the Peter E. Howe school. is now conducting a drlv from new members, with an antic pated goal of 250 couples. Mr. an Mrs. George Waudby are caller and instructors. All funds from the. next tw dances will.be earmarked for th school dust. control- program. Mr and Mrs. Chuck Partington, cochairmen,-have on their committe Messrs, and Mmes. Ben McLain Jeorge Ammon, Herman Scholl, Le 3earn, Hal Calhoun and Irvinj Kipnis. Those interested in joining ar asked to see any.of the commito nembers. Future plans include pot uck .'suppers, cake walks .an picnics. ' Salon Will Enter Armistice P a r a d e In closing, Maj. Runyon statec that the medical supply- corps a the airbase stands ready to give any assistance .needed in the or ganizatlon of atomic defense in th city. · " - · · ' · Guests of the club on this oc casion Included Mrs. James D. Al len, Chicago; Miss Dorothy Hardin medical technologist of Washing ton, D. C.; Oliver Drachmsn, Her bert Morrison, Mr,. and -Mrs. Rich ard Barcelo, Ben Wilson, James W Livingston, Howard W. Selby Jr. William Saunders, R. G, Darrow George W. Chambers, J. W. Taylor John B. ,0'Dowd,' Robert Schachner R. A. Ganoung, J. B.. McKinney Arthur Grunewald, Clyde Tenney Wray. Meyers, Dick Drachman Paul Deno, Nogales, Ariz.; Robert Heineman, Maj. Arthur Pearson Roy ..D. Ives, and Julian Tuthill, Chamber of Commerce. Carson, Morrison Are* PTA Speakers C. A. Carson will talk on amendment 102 at the general meeting of Roskruge PTA at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday In the school auditorium. Robert Morrison, PTA vice-president, will speak- on legalized gambling. The annual carnival'will be held from 4 to 10 p.rn. Friday,'Nov. 17. Wendell Ecfcholm and Joe Leigh are cochairmen. Their committee Includes John Reinhardt,' Miss Nora Heng, Mrs. Evelyn Stelnborn and Mrs. C. M. Haerle. : · ' Plrha salon No. 164, 8-et 40, voted o enter a float in the Armistice day parade! during the October din ner and business meeting held at .he Legion building. Mrs. William Burns was named float chairman Mrs. E. D. Neal-, le petite 'cha eau, presided and Mrs. N. M. Van Brundt gave the · secretary and treasurer's reports. Child Welfare Report Mrs, Burns reported on child welfare and urged all members to. participate in the sale of anti-tuberculosis Christmas .seals. Mrs. Neal asked for volunteers to assist. -A .letter was read from Mrs. Ed Weil on the 8 et 40 activities in the national convention held recently in Los Angeles. . - . Mrs. Ed Gendron was In charge of the dinner, assisted- by Mmes. Betty Atiyood, C. C. . Carlisle, George Hutton,. D. K. Sayers. and Van Brundt, ' Others Attending Other members present were Mmes. T. P. Altenberger, Frank Eames; T/D. Fridena, Mildred Hubbard, Helen Hooper,. Oliver Laubscher,- Helen Lyons, Loretta Morrow, Elsie Nelson, Hannah Nelson, :ia Rogers, W. L. Sanderson, Ralph Spence, Charles, Thompson and Miss: Grayce Gibson. . . - . . . - · ' . : · The November . meeting, . to be held on the fourth Monday, will be preceded by a potluck dinner. Budget Adopted By Flowing^Vells PTA The budget for the Flowing Wells ?TA was adopted at the October meeting conducted .by the president, Mrs. Irven Gee. H. 0. Barber alked on amendment 102. Mr. and. Mrs. Elvyn Gates were ntrodaced as the new chairmen :of he teen-ag-e dance group. MrP and Mrs..-ptho Gullick'are heads of the unior'dance group. ' Mrs. G. W. Bowie, program chairman, introduced the teachers, who II talked on- ' the general . theme, Teachers' Explanation of How Our Children Are Taught." Different spects.,of teaching methods were)) iven. LUNCHEON HELD AFTER OMEGA STUDY MEETING Omega chapter of the Delphiar society discussed' "The Problem of Modern- · Imperialism" at th YWCA "Wednesday. Mrs. Sam Ru ben, seminar" board" member, wa leader. Speakers and their' subject were: Mrs. Harry Harpham, "Im perialism and Modern Civilization; Mrs^Remick Buehman, "Holland Imperial Problems," Mrs. Orva Martin, "The French Empire; Mrs.'E. E.'Winters, "Britain's Em plre-and Its Problems." '·*- Critics were Mrs. L. H. Warren and Mrs; Mary Jackson. . Lnncheon Follows A luncheon at Westward Lool inn was .served after the meeting Bridge and canasta followed. Mrs Irwin. P. Fovargue and Mrs.:W. B Daugherty were in charge of ar rangements. Other members present wen Mmes. J. E. Clayton, Milton Sem off, W. H. 'Codd, Leslie .Stones Louis Van Arsdell, F. V. Richard 5. -A. Munn, Walter,Haymore, H W. Thorne and H. S. Rhu. Invited guests included Mmes rohn^Barringer, David C. Mandell Rose L. Hill, Mary.A. Kelly am Elizabeth P. Daly. : our Initiated By E a g l e s ' Auxiliary Four candidates were initiated nto the auxiliary to Tucson aerie ^o. 180, FOE, recently. at the Sagles hall. They were Mrs. Belle M. Harrison, Mrs. Anita Lowe, Mary Jane Lowe and'Edna-Gordon. Mrs. Wallace, White, president, ras in charge of the initiation,'as- isted by the drill team and of- icers, including Mmes. J.:H. Grain- 'er.Sr., L. E. Ellison, J. O. .Atkin- on, Forest Lacy, Ernest .Bounds, Herbert Upole, R. A. Millard, E. A. awlcki, C, V. Cozad Sr., Herman Ville and Parker L. Gerow. Honored Members Past, presidents and charter members who were-honored were tmes. Jack ^Fischer, Sam Allen, . H. Grainger Sr., Dan Crossetta, . A, Mueller and Josephine Iwers.. A large anniversary and birth- ay cake'with lighted candles was u t - b y the honored guests and erved. . . At 7.p.m. tomorrow .the auxiliary C a n a s t a Is Fun By GLADYS WYATT From The Mail Bag "Would this ,, be 'forcing' as regards the,player who sits at.my left?" asks Mrs. JJ.B. "If I draw the last card from the stock and discard a 10 when my opponents haye a meld In 10s, must my opponent take my discard In this case?" He must do so if' the discard pile is not frozen. Then the situation is forcing. Obviously however, your opponent cannot be forced to take your,discard if the pile Is frozen. You can force your left hand "opponent to take your discard only If CD the pack is unfrozen and (3) your discard will 3lay on one of his existing melds and (3) the stock pile is gone. Need Three Conditions All three of those conditions must be present. No forcing \situation cari : arise when a player-must use cards from his hand to take he discard. At.such a time he has he option of taking the discard or not as he sees fit. Nor can here be a forcing situation when a stock pile remains. A player may always draw from the stock if he wishes.' A related situation ;that is con- ·usmg to many new players involves-canasta's "one-card .rule." Wh en' y ou hold-one card and the discard pile holds one card, then is one situation in which you are forbidden to take the discard pil and meld out There is another situation in which you must take the discard pile and Tneld out Many players-have trouble remera bering which is which. Just remember that it depends upon the existence or non-exist ence of a stock pile. If there is no stock pile, a player holding only one card must take a one-cart discard pile and meld out--provid ing he can-do so legally. That is providing his side has a canasta or can complete one at this turn and providing that the one card in'the discard "pile will play on one of his melds. -Most-Draw From Stock However, if there Is a stock pile, the holder of a one-card hand nust draw from the stock. He may not take a one-card discard-pile and meld out even if his side .has a canasta and the- one card;- dis- :ard pile would play on one of his melds. You can remember it simply ike this. If there is no stock pile, you may be forced to take the discard : 'pile. If there -is a stock rile, you cannot be forced to do so, and,may be forbidden to do'so, f you hold one 'card''and^there is a one-card discard pile. Woman's Club Family Niglil -Party To Be Saturday Eve At Clubhouse The Tucson Woman's club : family night "party will be held Saturday at' -the 'clubhouse, .with Mrs. Fred Bagley as-chairman. Invited are club members, their husbands r' friends and their teen-age children who -may bring dates if they wish.' -Mrs.·' Clifton Land-is in charge if entertainment, assisted by-Mrs. 'ack Dyer and Mrs. H. 0.fioefle. They have announced there will be variety of entertainment. Danc- ng, bridge, canasta and other games will be a part of the festiv- tle's.-. Those playing bridge anasta-are asked to'bring their tvn cards. Prizes will be -given. Howard Tench.- will lead the group in · square . dancing. The Vrthur Murray school o f - d a n c e vttl- present .two exhibition- num ers, one of which will be audience articipatipn in a contest dance Their representatives will be A. H iryan and Miss Mary Lou Thompon. The Pueblo Junior Women's club will, present an original skit Dearie." The cast- includes the .Imes. Howard ' Smith, ' James ffitcheH,- Lloyd Fuller, Gail Hummel, Ann N. Trost, and Don ummel.' Refreshments will be served nder the 'direction of Mrs. J. lorb Neale; and .her committee, mes. Frank L. Norton, Albert ent, and Andrea Cra.cchio.la, Res- 'f rvations will .be'taken by Mmes. rank Leisinger, Steven Schmitt, r Howard Cre'sswell.. Mrs. W. R. ykken is general entertainment hairman for the year. Scholarship Student I n t r o d u c e d At Meeting Of Nurses' 'Alumnae Members of the Alumnae association of St. Mary's hospita school of nursing met Miss Beverly Frost, their scholarship student nurse, at the first business meet- jng held recently at the school of nursing. Miss Frost was introduced by Sr. Helen Frances, ing director. Mrs. Kenneth McVey presided. Miss Helen Babcock;' ways and means, .Mrs, Frances Jeffs; consola tion,»Mrs. Gwenn, Girard;"banquet Mrs. Burnsj and bulletin/Miss Wii son. ' ' Mrs. McVey rWill-represent "the alumnae at the-*state nurses 1 cpn nurs- vention in Douglas^, .. Thursday through Saturday.. ,, · .- ' " ·· Major Is Speaker Mrs. Dominick Cammarano, program chairman, introduced Maj. M W. Runyon of Davis-Monthan who talked on "Survival in the Event of . an- · Atomic Attack.", He outlined a defense plan for the city of Tucson. Officers for the year include: Mrs. McVey, president; Mrs. Cammarano, first vice-president; Mrs. Charles Roberts, second vice-president; Mrs. William Rhinehart, secretary; Miss Carmen Ramirez, treasurer; Miss Eileen Wilson, Mrs. idwin Burns, Mrs. Ettore De Concini, Sr. Virginia Elizabeth, board of directors. Committee Chairmen Committee heads are: hospital- ty," Mrs. Charles Hall;, publicity, tfrs. Don Stevens; membership, Mrs. Robert Whalen;. nominations, Plans Are Made For I 'Old Tucson Daze 1 Plans for "Old Tucson Daze" were discussed at the,*meeting of the Jayce Jaycee-ettes Wednesday in the "Musicians hall. The group is planning to have'Phoebe's Pie shop, as well as can-can dancers, oldtime skits and a ,clder and doughnut booth. A miscellaneous shower was given In honor of,Mrs. Michele Mggs. i Mrs. Robert Taylor and her commute planned decorations and refreshments. Bingo completed the evening's entertainment. Two,, new" members' ..welcomed were Mrs. Arnold Brown and Mrs. J. E. Carter. If uwrnt Bail}; ffitttztn Monei.y tvtnlna, Ojet. M. 1HO' ^ D H -"vA^ ; Program Arran ' · " 'Tie,B Sharp (flub, one i ot,the ,»w i J junior-clubs of the Satufday*Monfc| ing-Musical club,'has.'arr,wjged^tl% program for the meeting to_'be,«t!§ 2:30 'p.m. Sunday ;erger Jiall--"1 Art. _ \^ A- -i, Piano solos "byCarol,Lynch* Margaret^Aim Wagner'and' solos by Anita Sevardon- -w given. - - -w f Mrs. Mary Z. Kamp Is^counjeji olthis group and,.hasyfilanned~in««tg| ings that -will Interest the -youngitf students of music. X " - "* Student* Invjted The B Sharp clubvextM»di'«n^ vitation to music sdenf ''-'' fourth, fifth and sixth^j school to become affiliated group. The x;lub, organized 27,ye£f ago, and is a' memberxof the.-Nm tional Federation of, c Music''Clul and has participated in 'it» man activities. Members of the^Junfi clubs are eligible -foy the' conteil«{ of the junior festivals- of'the federifv ion and also for the Madeline" Jerger scholarships^ w i ·ill have an oldfasnioned box so- al at the hall. Mrs. Bounds is hairman. Entertainment will fol- iw. Visiting members ars .invited. Sunset lodge No.' 508, LA to the of RT, will have a covered dish inner at 6 p.m. Wednesday at ie IOOF hall. All members and leir. husbands' are invited. . Halloween Party la t e d By Club Members of the Western Rounds ance club are holding a Hallo- een .dance and party at S pj»....to- OITOW at the Roller rink, Dodge Grant. Members are asked to me costumed and masked In der to qualify for the various izes which-will be given. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Richardson e serving as general chairmen and they have on their committee Mmes. Charles Deahl, Ray Hooks, Don'·' Copenhaver, Bob Nederman Jr., Elmer Grabe and Miss Trudie Malone. The committee asks that, each member bring an article for the fish pond, as this will provide part of the fun during intermission. 'Harold, and Patricia Robinson, callers .and Instructors for the club, will, call-during, the dancing. CROMPTONS · VELVETEENS . . . S ALE! 13 OFF COHAMA 4* CO COHAMA · WOOL JERSEY..2 W · PURE SILKS . . . COHAMA · M* MA1LISON COHAJU . m A/| · WOOL MIXTURE T 5 · RAYON PRINTS l w All Laces and Trimmings . . . l /2 1.00 Come in and see this exceptiona group-of modern Occasional and Lounge chairs. Fine upholsteries. AMERrEEX QUADRICA ASD CALVIN COnON entire table. All 2 yds. TOP QUAljTE SANFORIZED COTTOK FLANNEL$ a ; a - Fabrics. .Plaids,-.plains'and ,children's prints; - ._ Anieritex 57' 6UAIEMAUNS for fall . . a star value . . . Keg. 1,69. HOME F U R N I S H I N C S Across front Monte Mansfield's 811 E. BrMdway Phone 2-3328 Clubs' Craft Classes Schedule Two Meetings GRONDONA'S--cordially Invites you to attend the formal opening of J their new store at 3021 East Speedway, near Country Club Road Monday evening;. October The morning craft class, of the three Woman's" clubs of Tucson will meet at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at the clubhouse "to finish up work already in progress .in order to start leather and copper 'work next week. Members will work on these two crafts for Christmas gifts. The evening class at 7:30 p.m. serving Earthenware ousewares. Wednesday will have a session in glass etching. Copper and leatherwork will begin next week. Classes are held month. Members of the : Tucson, Pueblo and Catalina clubs may at- Kindergarten Children Have Halloween Party Twenty children of the Pearl Ech kindergarten celebrated Halloween ' with a party Friday' morning.at the CHINA CRYSTAL SILVER GIFTS HOUSEWARES school, located in the educational building of the First Southern Baptist church on -East -Speedway. All the decorations were made by 3021 East Speedway /«·«*. PHONE 5-44.66 the youngsters. There were refresh ments, games and rongs. -Mrs; Lester. Bird, who assists Mrs. Ech in the kindergarten, "helped to plan ' If. you cover /your skillet when rying chicken, be 'sure to ..remove he. cover during the last .five ;en minutes of cooking , to, recrisp the skin. · See Our LARGE VARIETY of GAMES TOYS Christmas Is Coming! Open Mon. and Thurs. Till Blact brown." Gold bugle bead embroidered pockets. Right: Black, taupe, teal blue. Both rayon crepe . . . Mistes sizes. Complete Bridal Dept. Accessories Evening Dinner Dresses Menanine . 128 East Cong rets St. Shop Early! Save! m Quantities Limited! ALL top-brand fabrics from our regular stock merchandise .reduced to 'below present day wholesale. AMEBITEX CORDUROY INDIAN HEAD TYPE SUITING (Limited amount) _._: . 29 West Congress

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