Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 4, 1950 · Page 5
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Tucson, Arizona
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Saturday, November 4, 1950
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St. L u k e ' s In The D e s e r t P a t i e n t s W i l l - B e n e f i t From Annual Board Of Visitors Silver Tea November 15 · --Pho'.o by Rccele Russell ST. LUKE'S LITTLE CHAPEL will be the setting for the annual silver tea TO be given by the board of visitors of the hospital Wednesday, Nov. 15. Mrs. Roy Hewitt, (left) chairman, and Mrs. · H. Clark Souers, cochairman, were busy this week planning for ths arrangement of furniture and the many other details necessary to make the tea a success. The lovely little altar will serve as a background for the event. Wednesday, Nov. 15, is the date set by St. Luke's board of visitors for the annual silver tea to. be given at St. juke's in-the Desert sanitar- iium. Proceeds ,frpm, the annual event are used by the board to help in mainfaimng the institution, founded for the treatment of young men- in the early stages of pulmonary tuberculosis. . . The public is invited to attend and to assist the board in its endeavors. . ' Receiving Lino Mrs. Roy Hewitt is chairman and Mrs. H. Clark Souers is cochairman. In the receiving line «-ill be Mrs. David G.-Hibbs, Rt Rev. Arthur B. Kinsolving II, Episcopal bishop"of Arizona; Mrs. Kinsolving, Herman Rasche, hospital superintendent; Rev. and Mrs. 'John Ellison and Mrs. Hewitt. Rev. .Ellison is hospital chaplain. Members invited to pour include I Mmes. ,1. S, Bayless, John Camp-! j bell, Howard A. Hubbard, 0. C Parker, Charles Solomon, S. H Watson. J. B. Breathitt, Selim M Franklin; B. J. aicKinney, N. E Plumer, Nona Shelton and Nathan Kendall. To Greet Guests Greeting the'guests 1 in the chapel will be Mrs. Roscoe. Kerr, chairman; Mmes. George L. Dixon, Walt Coburn, H. Clark Souers, McKinney, Manley Schuler and Meade Clyne. On. the serving committee are Mmes. M o n t e Mansfield, Fletcher .Haske'.l. Arthur Henderson, Roy Gill, Frank O'-Rielh', F. T. Gibbings and 'Calvin Webster, Mmes, Leone Bryant Chesidle; James P. Moore and Kingston I J5«r«nn Balls (Klttztn Saturday Evening, Nov. l, 1958 .MRS. OSCAR A. AHLGREN Mrs: Ahlgren Will A t t e n d TWCJvleeting The Tucson Woman's club will meet at 2 p.m. Monday to hear Mrs. Oscar A. Ahlgren as featured speaker. Mrs. Ahlgren is the first vice-president 3f' the General Federation' of Women's Clubs. Also an honored guest wiil.be Mrs. H. G. Hess, president of the Arizona Federation of Women's Clubs. Mrs. Ahlgren. in company with 40 executive officers and chair- nan of the General Federation, has use completed a tour of 11 Eu- ·opaan countries. In her speech Smallhouse will replenish re- "'" . ^ 4 , "' " h ' f-pshm^nfc - . i What s i t jyi About," she will dis- Mrs. Lawrence V. Robertson Is. chairman of the ushers committee, assisted by Mmes..Charles Pascoe, Nick Hall., Solomon, C. E. Huntington and John CarroU. . - Hostesses In Study Other committees include: Study hostesses, Mrs. Paul Bennett, chairman, Mmes. Edward H. Belton, Harold C. Tovrea, Brute Knapp, C a t h o ic NupHa Are Today Miss Nancy' Ann Gursky; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gursky of Brooklyn, N. Y., became the bride of| Richard Franklin Dallam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Dallam of Ft. Dodga, Iowa, this afternoon in [All Saints · church. Rev. Arthur (Cramer read the double-ring 'ceremony. · i The altar was decorated with! (baskets of while gladioli, chrysan-1 jthemums and asters,, as., well asj white c a n d e . l a b r a . Salvatore Tutoni, accompanied by Constance Knox, sang "Ave Maria" and "On This Day 0 Beautiful Mother." Wears White Satjn The · bride, wlio was given In marriage was William H. Eckel, Henry E. Pleineman; Dahlberg and silver bowl, Robert ropean ion, as well as give constructive suggestions for Americanism, She will be introduced by Mrs. Hess. Active In Federation Mrs, Ahlgren began her club George Amos, Royal Rudolph, Edward M, Hay den and Brick' P. Storts; music, Mrs. Gerald Jones; Boy Scouts, Mrs. Fred Stofft. Mrs. Robert. Rowell -heads the lobby hostesses committee, assisted career In her home state at Whiting, Ind., where she resides with her attorney husband and her daughter. After various city and SlmeV! s!;ate off ' ces there, she became a --Photo by Hesgle Russell THE FALL MEMBERSHIP LUNCHEON for the Pima County Medical auxiliary was held this f w«ek at thej Tucson Country club. Among those attending were (left to right) Mrs. Ryy Hewett, ^ president; Mrs. .Leo Kent, membership chairman; Mrs. Hugh Thompson, legislative chairm-an; and ; Mrs. Richard Hausmann, program chairman. member of the resolutions committee of the "General Federation, dean of directors on .the GFWC executive committee, and served three years as recording secretary of the organization before her es coinmiuee, assisted election to 8her present office. She TMmTM Starts. Ma Stevens te especially interested in citizen- h and S. H. James. Hostesses ! shlp £ nd c j mmunity affairg _ As a writer, Mrs.. Ahlgren Is a member of the -National Federation of Press Women, tha League in the wings will be chairmanned by Mrs,.S, W. Seaney. ;In the east wing will be Mmes. William Beal, B. G. Thompson; Stuart Sanger, and Archer LaForce. West wing hostesses are Mmes. Homer D. Lininger,' Henry E. Leiber ( E. F. Harris and James B. Sanders. Mrs, S. J. Llndamood, chairman, and Mrs. Arch' G. Fee are on the coffee and tea committee. Trio To Entertain Los Carlistos trio will entertain patients before the tea and will also provide music during the-tea hours. . Decorations will be greenery and red berries. wore a white satin gown with a redlngote effect and long : court| train. Th e yoke of nylon marquisette was appliqued'with seed pearls and iridescent sequins. The applique trim was. carried down the front of the dress, edging both sides of the re'dingote, under which was a full, deep nylon marquisette inset. The long satin sleeves ended in 'calla lily points over her wrists. A Mary, Queen of Scots, halo ol satin and net held the fingertir. veil in place. The halo i-imme'd with -seed pearls, bride carried a cascade of white roses and stephanotis, centered with a white orchid and tied with white satin streamers. Her only a two-strand pear] jewelry was choker. Matron Of Honor Mrs. Ronald A. C.' Lee, the matron of honor, wore a light blue · satin gown; bouffant style, with bustle 1 back and short sleeves. Her satin halo ,and. long mitts matched her dress. She carried cascade of yellow Peruvian lilies. William Herring was the best man and ushers, were John Welton and William Wolfe. A reception followed at home of Miss-Janet Child, 321 S. Tving ave., whe're the bride has been residing. Mrs. Dallam, mother of the bridegroom, wore a gray afternoon dress with winter white of American Pen Women and- the j accessories. Mrs. Eckel chose Indiana Women's Press club. Other! black dress with black sequin organizations, to which she belongs, I trim and matching accessories. include the Hoosier Art Patrons' Miss Child's dress of caramel crepe association, PEO sisterhood, OES, was trimmed with bronze beading. PTA, American Legion auxiliary, Ijjer accessories were black. Each League -of Women Voters, Busi-l WO re a gardenia corsage. ness and Professional Women, In-! diana Civic league, Alpha Delta j T io Pi, Phi Beta and Beta Gamma Epsllon sororities. Following a wedding trip to Las Vegas, Nev., the couple will be at home after December I 1 at 1603 The bride's going- the business meeting, Mrs. E. D. jExhibicion De Las Modas Scheduled For Thursday : The Catalina and -Puejalo" Junior Women's clubs will .present the annual Exhibicion de las Modas Thursday at the 1 Pioneer, ballroom. The -tea and fashion show will be held : from 2 unti"14 p.m. Mrs. Ted S. Liles of the Catalina club| and Mrs. John R. Trost of the Pueblo club are cochairmen Smorgasbord Dinner Set Tomorrow By Damien Club The 'Damian club of All Saints j church is sponsoring the seventh annual smorgasbord dinner tomorrow. The dinner "will be served in Mrs. Storts, chairman, and be assisted by the socia ; committee of both .clubs. - Mrs, Arthur S. Thompson and .Mrs. Walter E. Loyej'oy Jr. 'are in 'charge of the arrangements. The :tea committee is as follows: Mmes ·Robert, Poston, James Mitchell Howard Carlson, Blair W, Saylor .Ned Mathews, J, H. Feth, W. D Benoit, Kenneth W. McVey, Glenn ;E. Clark, F. M. Staples, and John B. Cain. ; . Prizes will be presented from .Grondona's, Tom- Flaherty. Arizona Glass and perfume from Bruns- '·vvig Drug. Decorative plants will 'be donated from Rozara's Flower Mart. Stelnfeld's will arrange the scenery and Tucson Transfer will donate ^drayage for the properties. The show's theme, "Convention -Fashions" will be presented in two parts by Mrs. Byron B. Holdren and Mrs. William Mischnick, commentators. , Clarence Paris and his organ of .Harmony House will provide the background music. Fashions From Shops Stores participating are as follows: Portar's, Andy Anderson. Dolores, Frances Robertson Sport shop, L'ota Fletcher, Baker's,' Steinfeld's, Mae Vos, Originals by Greta, Cele Peterson, College Shop, Originals by Margery, Mead's and Thun- derttrd. · · The models from the Catalina club are Mmes. Jack T. Ross, P. C. Charowhas, W. T. Holmes, Fred J. Gallagher. James Livingston, Gilbert C. Hespen, Paul A. Ramsower Jn.- Quentin M. Mens, Gus Pappa- · deas, James N. Corbett Jr.. Ted S.i Liles, Charles F. Moon Jr., Williaml Tullar and David W. Howell. | Models from the Pueblo club arc Mmes. Linn Hazen, Marvin Snodgrass. George Diamos. Don Hummel, William Fraesdorf. Lloyd Fuller, Jack Burrls, Alfred Kilburn,,, John Edmiston. Thomas Chandler,! j- Jack Miller and Howard D. Smith .U Those modeling from the Tucson |.- TVoman's club are Mmes. L. A. Romine, Donald E. Schell and Harold V. Doughty. Children, To Model Child models include Chuckle Dent, Patt! Grant, Julienne pen,. George Liles. Kippy Johnny Trost and Eva Jo Molloy.j In the receiving line will be Mrs. William G. Hall, president of the' Arizona children's homo board;' Mrs. Imogene Myrland.- director of the Tucson nursery school;- Mrs. Ralph R. Guthrie, president of the Tucson Woman's club; Mrs. Paul F. McQuown, president of the Catalina ciub: Mrs. Howard D. Smith, president of the Eueblo club; Mrs. Donald E. Schell and Mrs. Harold \V. !' -Doughty, junior contact advisors. . , Tickets may be obtained from members of both, clubs and will be ·vailable at the door. All proceeds will be contributed toward the support of the Arizona Thomas Lawther will speak briefly Mmes. Kerr, Huntington and Webon ... clvic Responsibility. 1 ster. In charge of decorations are J Mrs. Sanders, chairman, Mmes. Heinemah, Henderson, L e i b e r, Moore and Robertson. ...Mrs. Beal is chairman of the table appointments committee, and her co-WQrkers include Mmes. La away ensemble was a light blue and grey wool suit with navy'ac- cessories and a white orchid corsage. The bride was -educated !n Penn- ·,, . . ... . , . .' J.JJC (Jiiuc VY aa funvcii.t LJ. m j. \.n±r Music will- be Presented by a! , ia ana . New Y ork Citv and --Phqlo by Either Hmdenoa MRS. RICHARD FRAKTCLIX DALLAM KKG Alumnae Fashion Show Is Meld Today Kappa Kappa Gamma alumnae held, a benefit bridge.and fashion show today- - a t . the i chapter house, to aid their l national philanthropic and g I scholarship, funds., Mrs. Donald "jSoldwedel was general chairman ,|of the party,.assisted by Mrs. E. H. i Taylor, fashions; Mrs. "^HUlam Tol- s|ton, tickets; Mrs. William Kalt, refreshments; and Mrs. Bert Wallis, prizes.- - ' , The fashion show preceding tti* dessert-bridge featured clothes from Lota Fletcher's, The Ramada,'Town, and 'Sports, The Alpha, and Young --Photo bv Rea?ie Russell ALICE R. MOXTIEL Moderns. The children who model- led for the Young Moderns'-.were Ana Taylor, daughter.- of Mr.-and Mrs. E. H. Taylor, Karen Johnson, daughter of Dr. and, Mrs. Robert B. Johnson, Mike and Ann Lovett, twin son .and daughter of .Mr. ; and Mrs.- Mas? Lovett, 1 Susan Snodgrass/ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Snodgrass, and Keith Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs, Darroiv Thompson. · ' - Other Models Models for Lota Fletcher's .were ffiss Jo Ann McKinney, Mrs. Robert Betrothal Of Miss Montiel Is Announced Mr. and'Mrs. Gilbert Acosta of 102 W. Sahuaro st. have announced the .betrothal of B. Johnson, and Mrs."'R. B~. Hutch- is a member ° f Beta Sigma! their foster daughter! A l ice the parish hall, 400 S. Sixth ave. Force, Pascoe, Tovrea and Sanger between 2 and 7 p.m. Tickets- may i Mrs. Dahlberg -is food chairman. be obtained from members 'of the] various parish organizations or ati the parish hall. Organ music made 'available through the courtesy of the Har- children's home and the Tucsoni mony House will be played by nursery school. ' George French throughout the aft-, " ?rnoon. Miss Helen Ayres, president] The general meeting of the Unl- of Damian club - is chairman of the; "" "" -"" versity-Catalina Methodist and she w. following com- N e e d l e w o r k G u i l d ' s T e a |ls Wednesday WSCS will be held at 11 a.m. Tues-jmittee chairmenr Alice Reilly! Peter! TJle Tucson branch of the day in the church lounge. Members l w . iu Joe Bal°n. Viola Terrazus, [Needlework Guild of America are asked to bring sack lunches!? 1 ^ 6 ,PTM ent 5' Marilyn La wis,| will have its annual, tea at YWCA from 3 to 5 p.m. Beverage and salad-will be served by circle 6. Mrs. Ksnneth Fornwalt I assist on the committees. Rev. Mar-! Wednesday. Mrs. Carleton E. and Mrs. Shirley White of circle 3!tin-C. Kelly is chaplain of thei Town e is-chairman of the tea will be in charge of the devotions'Damian club, Norma Rubrecht wiUJ arran ge m « nt:s . assisted by Mrs. Leand program, "Health in a Rural [serve as hostess at the dinner. j lana M - Fredericks. Pouring at Community," at 1 p.m. i The public is Invited to attend! th e tea table will be Mmes. Ida Stevens Smith,. L! E, White, Charles Starns and'Rummel H. Anderson, all of whom are past presidents of the guild.' Mmes. Joseph Mart, Sherwood Owens, John Barringer, William B. Steen, V. L.. Swengel and " ' Bellows will help serve. Hostesses don, Gigue--from "Sweet by Albert Stoessel. Jjtinchcon Is Slated Preceding the meeting, the board of directors will honor Mrs. Ahlgren, and Mrs. Hess a t - a luncheon at the '-Old Pueblo club. The committee for arrangements include Mmes. L. A. Romine, J. B. McQuown, Kenneth Root and Marie Timberman. Also attending will be Mmes. Howard Smith, president of Pueblo Junior club, and Paul VlcQuown, president of Catalina Junior club. -Mrs. R. R. Hinnant be hostess for Mrs. Ahlgren during her stay in Tucson. Mrs. Clarence Smith will be hostess for Mrs. Hess. .Mrs. J. E. Leggett, tea hostess where he was affiliated with Phi Gamma Delta, social fraternity. Mr.' and Mrs. Dallam, parents of the bridegroom, were hosts at a dinner last evening In. the Pioneer hotel before the wedding rehearsal. Ma r gii e rff e O u g ,h To Sing For SMMC An afternoon'of singing will be provided by Miss Marguerite Ough at the meeting of the Saturday Horning Musical club in the Tern- 3le of Music at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, rflss Ough's program will be a lec- ,ure-recita! on German Lieder, with Mrs. Barbara Hastings McKee at the piano. for .the year has announced that| Mrs. Ruth Repine Corlies will tfrs. W. S. Wood and Mrs. Maude [preside and brief reports on the Vance will be cohostesses for the district meeting of the Arizona tea hour that follows this general ~~ meeting. Mrs.. Dennis Weaver and Mrs. Earl Calkins will preside at he tea table. Mrs. A. C. Cracchiolo s social hour hostess. · A Thanksgiving donation of - Montiel,_to F l y d S. Mar- of . nso.n, national vice-president .ot Kappa'Kappa Gamma. Clothes, from S. Truj'illo. of G03 S, Park ave. Miss Montiel Is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Montiel. Both the bride-elect and .Mr. Martinez were educated in Tucson schools. Miss Montiel Is employed by Tucson Newspapers Inc., and Mr. Martinez is an employe of the S6uth'ern. Pacific Co. The nuptials will be solemnized in March, 1951. 5 The Ramada were shown by Miss '"jAnn Eomeroy, Mrs. Charles Touche, Mrs. S. J. Kossaclc, and Mrs. William Tolton. The Alpha models- were- Miss Marvell Germaine, Miss Virginia Sallow and- Mrs. Darrow Thompson. Town and Sports models were Miss Jane Young, Mrs; Marvin Snodgrass, and Mrs. Bert Wallis. · : ; made by Mrs, Charles Pascoe and Mrs. M. L. Girton. Later in the afternoon tea. will :e served by the hostesses: Mmes. Irene Rosenweig. Manny Gunn, Lant Kinney and Corlies. 'Members nay bring guests. . The B Sharp club will meet at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow in Madeline Berger hall of the" Temple of Music and Art. Mrs. Mary Z. Kamp is St. Ann's guild of Grace- ^pis- copal church will meet at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Grace House. Following. the business meeting, Mrs. Samuel Altshuler will speak on "Churches I Have. Visited in Europe." Mrs: Altshuler has been in al!' the coun-, tries this side of the ''Iron.-Curtalr." except Finland, Norway, San Marina and Andorra. Sha; joined. Dr. Altshuler after .the war in 134G, and they lived in Germany until 194S. .Just recently she spent ;w? -months in Europe, and is in- .erested in church architectura and history. John canned goods will be collected at the door on Monday. This will be presented to the Tucson nursery Among board members and sec-| sehooL Last yea r -J30 cans were tion presidents who will be host-| donated- Mrs . A _ j. McGulre is ?f. s f. s are Mmes. Donald B Lews. chairman and hcr committee in . William Magill Schultz, Ke»neth| c , udes .jj c _ F _ W e i n z a £ e a L. Greenwood, Paul Kionka, C. E.'/-. A T ,,.-!,,. Hockings, Earl BUliter, A r t h u r ! ' , · a , , . chuh. William Wisdom,' H. E.i The P ubllc welfare, group will Phenetie, John Brooks, George . r .° n bandages m the morning,, and --Photo by Heggle Hussell MRS. P. C. CHAROWHAS of th e Catalina Junior Woman's c!ub and Mrs. Marion Kemp model western and casual clothes which will bo featured during Exhibicion de las Modas, the annual fashion s-how to. bo given by the two Junior Woman's clubs Thursday at the Pioneer hotel. The benefit is for the Arizona Children's home and the Tucson nursery school. Bideaux, David Bloom, Donald 3chell,. Hilda Raver, Leland Burkhart, and Harry Ransom, and Miss Maude Bevel. . '. Mmes. Alfred Schulz, N, R. Wilbur, Frank Peyton, ' Boyd V. Me- Dougall, John Barringer, H.. J. Dinkmeyer, S. M. Green, Howard Smith, David Engle, J. Clayton Baum,. and Harold Kohl are new directors. Arnong the outstanding members are Mrs. A. L. Massey who has made cjver 73 garments for the Joc'al charities, and - Mrs. Marguerite Z. Baughman who has made- 40 .garments and donated them to the American-Red Cross.' Ampng-organlzations and schools donating to-.the guild are the Knit and W e a y e shop, Mu chapter, Kappa -Delta Phi, Old Pueblo school, Chatter Box club, Gracie Fields chapter of the Daughters of the British -Empire,' Sigma Phi Gamma, the Girl Scouts, who are sewing diapers as their contribution, and the Potter school. Public Invited then have lunch at the American Legion before attending the general meeting. , Workshop Tuesday A state workshop for Arizona clubwomen will ~be held in Phoenix Tuesday, Nov. 7. Mrs. Ahlgren will preside. In charge of 'local ar- rajigements will be Mrs. Rudolph J. Stone. The following new members will be introduced by Mrs. Root: Mmes. Edward B. Bunell, Ridiard J. Dunlap, S. M. Green, John D. How, Paul E. Laos, Benjamin-T.Maxey, Gregory A. Mitchell, Roy O'Bannon, C, E. Robinson, -Benjamin F. Soffe and Herbert Gillard. The public is invited to the tea to view the .articles collected. Last year over 4,000 were collected and distributed to ttie local charities. Mrs, William Wisdom gave - a tea for her-directors and members yesterday. Among those invited were Mmes. James Blackmore, BPW Plans Party For Dr. F u r b a y There will be a i-eception honoring Dr. John Harvey Furbay tomorrow evening at" the YWCA given by the Sunday evening,forum and the Tucson Business and'FYo- fessional'Womcn's club, -cosponsois of the program. The international group of students" from' the University of Arizona will be honored guests at the reception as well as Mrs. Richard Sherwood - Owens,', Thomas .Van' A.'Harvill, the sponsor.:. Atta, Frank Peyton, N. R. W.''lbur,j · Mrs. Cornelia'A.' Cannon, recep- Frank Morris,- Alice Glisson, Eu-|tion chairman, announces the fol- gene Heap, William Grabs, Tom Inglis, Ray Holsclaiv, Clarence Betts, Margaret Robinson, Paul Siberts, Harvey Ferguson, and William Boyd. Mrs. A'lice Glisson and Mrs. Frank Morris are new directors. - lowing cochairmen of the - BPW group: Mmes. Freda S. Botkin, Lucille Hand, Muriel Norton, Delia F. Turner, : Alberta Bowles. Alma Young. Edna Miller,-Jane Preston, Ruby G. Neil and. Miss Lois Whip-j pie. The'public Is invited. Federation of Music clubs will be TOMMY IS. THE BIG ATTRACTION at the William H. Daily home, 520 _ _ _ _ -- fnoto by Kccglc Russell . RMto lane. You . sea Tommy just arrived a couple of weeks ago and his older sister, Virginia Elizabeth, 2l/j, can't tear;; herself away from him. Virginia, known to the family as Pug, has only one objection -- Tommy 'isn't' · old enough to play ball' with her. So she has to content herself playing ball with her doggie, Licker|; playing with her d°H ! «nd listening to records. The maternal, grandparents of the children ar'a. Mr. 1 ? ; and Mn. JoMph Canon o f Miiw«ukee,'Wi«. - · - . ' - . · . . - . : , _ ·

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