Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 31, 1950 · Page 12
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 12

Tucson, Arizona
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Tuesday, October 31, 1950
Page 12
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--Photo by Reggie STUDENTS AT Southern Arizona school -for boys were hosij ^aturday evening at a Halfoween dance. Their d-ates-wera Tucson glrlf and students at the'Potter school for girls. Among the couples were [left to right) Jim Newell, Evanston, III., and Alice Mahoney, Tucson, Mari Fathautr, Tucson, and Sandy McKeon, Knoxville, Tenn,, Rosemary Seig!e c Tucson, and Bill Parroft, Pittsburgh, Kas. Twenty-nine couples attended the event, held at Jhe school. Burkey Nash an'd his orchestra played for dancing. Canasta Is Fun By GLADYS "WTATT Front The Mail Bag I'm glad of 'this chance' to dis cuss a matter that has confuse Mrs. D. L. P. of Tucson. As.sh says, it may, have puzzled bthe players, also. She writes, "I rea your column" with avid 'interes each night, but still have, a prob lem which hasn't as yet been dis cussed.' We have played canasts for a year or more and only unti recently'.did'we'find anybodywhi id.v-i.Mj .m« .. - ..-- --j j -.-- jjajjQy MC.ii.eon. .a_iso assisung were disagreed about the interpretation H J, B lackstone, Dave Tutt!e, Tip f*f + V « *t1l1i*n - · ' _. J 1 _ .. .. .. * BUI Wheeler, 'Tom Grantham, Roddey of the rule's. Rule On' Score Pad "We had always-.played that no body could, take the upturned card BilF.kuykendall. unless..it .could, be melded. Then some friends drew our attention to a rule on a score pad under th heading of "The Draw." It. reads The player on the-left of .the.deal er starts the game : .by either tak Ing the up-card or drawing from the stock.. No" other player has ; the right to the first up-card.' "They took this to mean tha the first, player: could take the firs up-turned card, whether he could put down his original meld or not. It sounds'so logical, that we accept ed it too. Now, however, some other friends interpret it" as-mean ing it can be picked up only If it can be .used-to iay down your need ed meld. "Would you please give the true meaning of the phrase. I can't help but think we are not the only I Tiiank you so very 'much." 1 Wording Is Ambiguous No wonder the ambiguous word- Ing of the rule, as printed on the score pad, has puzzled you. It could be translated in several different ways, as you-have found. Just keep'the following points In mind and your play will be correct. (1), Every time the discard pile Is taken Its up-card must be used at once 1n a legal meld. No exceptions to this. (2). To take the first up-card, the first player must:match;it with/a natural pair from his hand and,must use it at once In a meld that has the proper count There is no such thing in cana'sta as a' free choice for the first player between the up-card and a draw from- stock. To take the up-card:'he-raust meet the requirements that apply, to ; any other player. No Special Privileges When canasta was younger/and everyone-was making up'Ws own 'rules, a rather widespread practice -arose by which each player in turn ·was given a chance at the first up-card. Other groups Revised what they called a "courtesy play" by .which the firskplayer was allowed to take the up-card even if he could not meld-' it. Since the adoption of ithe" official rules-these practices have been abandoned. Just remember; that the-first player has nopecial privileges as regards taking the up-card and you ·won't go wrong, Socially Speaking Twenty-nine couples danced, to the x music of. Burfcey Nash Saturday evening at the Halloween 'dance at the .Southern Arizona school-'for'boys.'The young hosts entertained students at the Potter school for girls as well as Tucson girls. Bob Shaw was general chairman and the reception committee included Bill Parrott, Bill Lyaliand Sandy McKeon. Also assisting were Small, Jim Newell, Phil Edmonson, Dant, Frank Burdine- and Nine ofthe boysand their Potter school dates included Bob Shaw, Jay Wallace; Roger Bart, Stephanie Rich; Bill Wheeler, Tussle Dole; John Shlaudeman, .Helijn" Lane; loddey Burdine, Barbara Case; Jance Reventlow, Diana · Baker; Tom Balding, Lynn McNulty; Dick HcCabe, Mary Jane de Carvalho; Tom'Dant and Mary-EIlerf.,Helnz. SAS students-arid -.their.-Tucson- dates were -Frank Grantham, Marcia Sgutt; Dick Warren, Dlna toore; Jim Newell, Alice Mahoney; Bill Kuykendall, Bessie Acton; Bill Kochs, "Jeanne Schell; Jay-Heakirt, iara Abrams; Dan Robertson, Mary Alice Boyd; Don Ilfeld, Susan Daily. Other couples were-Harry~Blackstone, Carol HaythorneT Tim Leonard, Jo Ann Harris; -Tom Brown ones who are »a little puzzled. Donna McKenzie, Bill Parrott, Rose- Daniel, who is .with the navy San "Diego. They plan to be Tucson for a week. Miss Nancy Gursky, who will be the bride, of Richard .P. .Dallam Saturday afternoon at- All; Saints church, was honored last night at a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. William H. Eckel, 315 E. First st.. .-Sunday evening Mr. and.Mrs, Ronald A. C. Lee of 1047 E. Hed- ricfc dr., entertained at dinner for the wedding party. Miss Janet-Child, with : whom Miss Gursky resides, honored the 'bride-elect with .a linen shower'recently at her-home; 321 S. Irving ave. « Miss Taylor Mr. Donahue Are M a r r i e c Miss Charlotte Ann Tayloi daughter o* Mr. and Mrs. Chris topher L. Taylor of Santa Monica Calif, and John'L. Donahue Jr. son of Dr. and Mrs. John L. Dona hue of 2416 B, Speedway, were married at a nuptial mass yester day at All Saints chuciu Rev Francis J. 1 Green, ^pastor of S3 Peter and-Paul's church, read th single-ring ceremony. Palms and baskets of whit gladloU adorned th"e altar. Mrs Dolores Aros, organist, accom panied Irma _Montljo, who sang 'Panis Angelicus" and Schubert's "Ave Maria;" Wears Candlelight Satin The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore gown of candlelight satin with a yoke of marquisette, fitted bodice and a,full skirt ending in a cathedral-length train. Her two-tiered Illusion veil, fingertip-length, was aeld in place with a halo of matching satin and orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of gladioli, centered with an ·orchid; , Miss Pat Wirth, the maid of lonor, was attired m a champagne dress with draped bodice. She wore a tiara-of bronze and gold snail chrysanthemums and carried a bouquet of the same flowers. Hugh L. Donahue, brother of the bridegroom, was the best man. Ushers were F. Edward Larkm and Eenry G. Zipf. Breakfast Follows A breakfast for the wedding )arty followed in the Chinese room of the Pioneer hotel. Among the juests were .Mrs. Edward L. English, sister of the bride, of Pacific 'alisades, Calif., and Miss Kate Tayor;of Santa-Monica, aunf of the bride. Mrs.'Taylor chose'a mink brown crepp dress wrth satin trim and brown accessories. Her corjage was of . talisman "rosebuds. Mrs. Donaby hue's dress was of light royal blue crepe-with lace trim. Her accessor- es were winter white and she wore a corsage of white gladioli, Attorney Here Following a wedding trip to California, the couple will be at home it 343-4 B. Speeaway. Mr Donahue s associated with the law firm of iipf, Larkin and Donahue. The bride attended Crelghton Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Lnse of 2100 university in Omaha, Neb, and the E. Speedway are among the early University of Arizona. Mr. Donahue ·winter season visitors in Sarasota, Fla. mary Siegle; Bill Lyall, ,Paf Hall, Tip Small, Barbara Dickey; -Pete Barnes, Betty Togle; Sand/ Mc- Ceon, Marl Fathauer; Waym Wai- ace, Beth Schjmmel; Phil'Edmcnd- rueetings on the first Wednesday of son, Sally Reusser; Sara Cluett, Marilyn Tench. Mr. and Mrs. Howard R Welt of 325,S. Tucson blvd. have as their louse guests Dr.' and Mrs. E. K. Crosby of Wheeling, W. Va. J The eastern couple are'en route to their home after-visiting-their'son, Ugly, Superfluous HAIR Removed Permanently, and Safely s by Electrolysis 25 Seam L X P t K I H K E TOMMY TUCKER Beauty Salon 1138 N. STONB Phone 8-4941 Auxiliary Of TMC S l a t e s Election /. * Election of officers is slated by lie Tucson Medical center auxil- ,ary at the meeting at 10 am. tomorrow In the hospital pavilion. -Mrs. Helen'Wyeth, chairman of the decorations committee, will resort on plans for redecorating the .obby. j . , The auxiliary's shopping "cart will "resume operation tomorrow and members also plan to staff the reception .'desk. The group has voted tp hold each- month; studied at Santa Clara university and the TJ of'A. During World Spanish T e a c h e r s Have Fall Meeting TJie- Tucson , chapter of American Association ot Teachers of Spanish had its'annual fall dinner meeting at Casa Molina Friday evening. Arrangements were made by the.presWent, Mario.Rodrlguez, Spanish department "University, of Arizona, and""Mlss Florence Erazel- and Mrs. Herb Burrow*, Ernest H. ; the MarUcal, V4cenfe'Aco»t«,^Mitt,Id» i y2 Celaya, Miss Mary Ott.MIw Beulih.jlC Fair, Miss'Ethel Candor, Miss Har-da riet Abercrombie,- Mte* FrancesKg Smith, Miss- Jo' Kibler and Mr*. *§ Mario iRodrlguez. · --Photo by JReggfe Russell MR::AND MJRS. JOHN 1. DONAHUE JR,' Pi Lambda Theta Founders' Day Banquet, Initiation T o m o r r p w Pi Lambda Theta, honorary edu- :ation fraternity for women, wll) have Its Founders' Day banquet tomorrow .evening at El Merendero. Vliss Marjorie Robinson, who has eturned recently from Europe, vill talk on "The Teacher Abroad." Special guests will be foreign ivomen 'students registered in the ollege, -of - education at the Univer- ity of Arizona. Mrs. Jane Weller, local chapter War n he served with the navy in the Pacific theater. IS YOUR DECORATING THEME MODERN! We have choice prints by Barret in modem motif! 36" wide. Is Your Decorating Theme PROVINCIAL? We have- lots of new -provincial and floral patterns in Barret prints I 36" wide. ' N. FOURTH AVENUE FABRIC SHOP president, will introduce the speaker. Initiation of new members is planned at 5 p.m. at the home .;of Mrs. Lyda Wade, 1925 E. Elm st. When you make popcornballs for a: children's party the kids will enjoy having raisins in them ton, Spanish high school. department," Tucson The'guest speaker ..was Dr. Ruth Kennedy, visiting'professor from Smith college, who, spoke on Spanish life in the first quarter of the 17th century. Members Present f Members attending were: Dr. John Brooks, Dr. Helen Nicholson, Keith B. Aubry,,B. A. Gavltt, J. ±. Reynolds, Winston Harris, Mrs, Betty Gad, Mrs. Maria Lulsa Percy, Mr. and Mrs. Don Van Home, Mr. tary, wore hostesses. - I«UH '«-W 12 Tuuiiir t v w i o e t 11, 1MO Old Pueblo Club U Scene £ -Of'Luncheon Held* Today-^ ' V? 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