The Yuma Daily Sun from Yuma, Arizona on May 25, 1960 · Page 5
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The Yuma Daily Sun from Yuma, Arizona · Page 5

Yuma, Arizona
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Wednesday, May 25, 1960
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NEW OFFICERS -- Installed.formally Saturday night are the new officers of Job's Daughters, Bethel No. 1, with Joyce Moody, center, as honored queen. Left to right are Vicki Hackbarth, marshal, Betty Drisdell, senior princess, Miss Moody, Judy Johnson, junior princess, and Pat Donahue, guide. The ceremonies were conducted at the Masonic Temple. (Sun Staff Photo) rnnm R A M - M E S S E N G E R , E D I T O R THE SUN Wednesday, May 25, I960 Job's Daughters Have Officer Installation The 31st installation of officers!; i "f :E-:;T:':. :;i"E"£i:i:::a ssrji and choir of Bethel No. 1. Interna- lional Onler of .lob's Daughters was held Saturday evenine; at tlio Masonic Temple, when Miss Joyce Moody' dauRhtor of Mr*. Rarmn G. Moody, was installed honored queen. Mrs. Nova Kreiselmeyer. worlliy Yuma Dances atron. Yuma Chapter No. 14. Order of Eastern Star and Krnest C. Stevens, worshipful master. Yiinin Lodge No. 17, FX-AM, served as hostess and host of the evenii.-g. Installing officers of the evening were: Nola Drisdell, retiring honored queen; Judi Dora, past honored queen, installing guide: Sandy Phillips, past junior princess Bethel No. 1. installing marshal: Beth Roll Prather. installing recorder: Carolyn Griffin, installing chaplain: Audrey Fuller, installing flag bearer; Mrs. Dorothy Kissel, past grand guardian of Arizona, installing musician: Betty Colman Fraucnfelder, installing senior ctts- odian, and Linda Bowler, install- ng junior custodian. James Eaton assisted as reader during the friendship circle of the aith ceremony- and Miss Carolyn Moore sang the Lord's Prayer as me honored queen was crowned at lie altar. The honored queen was escorted to the east by her grandfather, George Pickering. Otiier officers installed for the ensuing term were: senior princess, Betty Drisdell; junior princess. Judy Johnson; guide, Pat Donahue; marshal, Vicki Ifack- barth; chaplain, C a t h y Christ| mann; recorder, Sue Ann New-i man; musician, Virginia Hendrick-1 son; librarian. Judy P a p p i n; : treasurer, Linda Trigg; first messenger, Pamela Taylor; s e c o n d messenger. Katlii Bess; third messenger, Marshal Walker: fourth messenger, 'Roberta McCullen: fifth messenger, Colleen Christian; senior custodian, Sheryl Hartman; junior custodian, Shirley Richardson; inner guard. Sharyn Watts, and outer guard, Kit Chapman. Nola Drisdell. retiring honored queen, received the silver supreme ALPHA GAMBIA -- Mrs. Pete Qguld, left, is outgoing president of the Alpha Gamma Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. She was presented the Irma Pace and the Alpha Gamma Girl of the Year awards at the banquet in which new officers were installed. Pictured at Romano's with Mrs. Gould, are, left to right, Miss Phyllis Rooney, new president; Mesdames Fred Power, first vice president, John Lindblom, second vice president; John Gallett, recording secretary; Curtis Dunn, corresponding secretary, and Ernest Stiles, Citv Council representative. Mrs. George Woodruff, treasurer, was not present. (Sun Staff Photo) Hi Neighbors Square Dance Club lias cancelled its regular ilance tonight so the members may "res!" for the Country Cousins Benefit Dance to he held Saturday night at the National Cluard Armory. At the dance last week, quests from other clubs attended, including the Irwin Parsons. Frank HrowiK, Neal Collinses, G e o r g e Knglamls, .lim Wilkinsons. J a c k Halls. Wayne Trammels. S t o g y Millers, Krnest K a r k u l a s and the Bill Langs, visiting from Chandler. merit a\vard: Cathy Christniimn. bracelet merit award, and Roberta McCullen, necklace m e r i t award. Mrs. Elizabeth Moody, mother of the new honored queen, was presented a mother's pin. A f t e r the i n s t a l l a t i o n ceremony, a b e a u t i f u l reception was held in honor of the new officers, under the direction of Mrs. Janet Roll and Mrs. .loan Peftifirew. Mrs. I.aVcre Donahue is Riiardi- an and Raymond Miller is associ ate guardian of Bethel No. 1. (JAVKI, KXCHAN(!K -- Mrs. Jack Hiill, left, hands the president's travel to Mrs. Glen Lo/iir. to head the Woman's Society of Christian Service for Hie F i r s t Methodist Church. Mrs. Hall is outKoinj* president and the newly-elected treasurer. Other new officers from Mrs. l,o/ur to the rip;ht, are Mesdames Marvin Marks, secretary. Felix Roll, promotion secretary; Robert Potter, spiritual life secretary and Miss Nancy Judd, missionary educational chairman. Mrs. Del, vice president, is not pictured. (Sun Staff Photo) Methodist Women Stage Installation Officers for the coming y e a r , ply: Kdna Hughes, l i l n r a i m v and were i n M a l l c d at a special l u n c h - 1 publications; Rachel l)cclu-r, ^!u- dent work; Hud Katon. youth r k ; Frank I'rilchanl. c h i l d r e n ' s coining year spci'i.'tl luncheon tliis past week al t h e First Methodist Church. To head the Woman's Society.for Christian Service is Mrs. Clou l.o- , I l o r i m m e d i a t e s t a f f i n c l u d e s Mrsilames Pel Kails, .lark H a l l , Marvin Marks, and .lad; I t a l l . Scpcial secretaries include. Mrs. Felix Hull, promotion. Miss N a n c y : Judd. missionary: M e s d a m e s Margaret Potter, s p i r i t u a l lid': Howard Waldie. Christian si:cial relations: Charles T h o m a s. sup- work; D.m Watson, local church Tin' lrv;i:i i l n r i n s i l l " morning was giu-n by Mrs. Lewis Ingrah a n i mi the inliji'i-i of "You Arc Chosen, No: You Choo:,ing." l l u t e s ro:nmim*e incUuled Mes- rlame-i t'.len I^o/ar. F.ihel I^jhr, p u b l i c i t y ' Fred Simai mid R. I,. Rarker. JAMES HILL Portrait Studio featuring: ' · PORTRAITS · WEDDINGS · COMMERCIAL · AERIALS Se Hahla EspannI OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK 43 SECOND STREET Phono SUnset 3-M63 'S 8th St. 8th Ave. SALE ENDS SATURDAY 10%'°50%OH ON ALL MERCHANDISE Upholstery Slip Covers Dreperies ; 20% OFF REG. PRICE Fiiniilnre. * Ktig denning : Orders Talicu OCOA. f^tt ' I /O OTT ; (III ( During Salo HOGGATT'S -- FREE - 4 Small or 1 Large DRAPERY SQUARE With Purchase of $5 or More 8th St. 8th Ave. SUnset 3-4851 S U N C O U N T R Y People - Parties - Places Attending the Sth biennial convention of the Southern California District of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League in Los Angeles during the past weekend were six persons from Yuma. As delegates were Mesdames Sophie Eisz and Harvey Hughes, of the Calvary Lutheran Church. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eisz, Mrs. Laura Mackensen and Mrs. Eldon Paulsen. Featured speaker for the ses-- sions was Miss Rosa Young of Selma. Ala., who wrote "Light in the Dark Belt." now in its fourth edi- tion. She is a pioneer in Lutheran Mission Work in her home state Others on the program were Prof. F. L. Preeht of Concordia Seminary, Springfield, 111., and the Rev. Victor L. Behnken of Laguna ^ Beach, president of the Southern California District of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. Yuma's sunshine is good to come home to, according to Mrs. Dolly Claridge, who h;us just, returned from 10 days in Cleveland. Ohio, where she says it was cold and OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 8 Social Calendar Palo Verde Toaslmastcrs Club, 5:15 p.m.. Officers Cinb. Y u m a Test Station. DsMolay Mothers' Circle. 7:P,0 p.m.. Masonic Temple. Order of DeMoiay. 7:7.0 p.m.. Maonic Temple. Kagles Auxiliary, S p.m., Aerie Home. THURSDAY Women Golfers. Yuma Country Club. Iceing off l i m e , il a.m. Kiwanis Club, noon. Yuma Coun-1 try Club. Women's Association. First Presbyterian Church, covered dish luncheon. 12 noon, Sheldon Jackson hall. Rard Goori Npichb.irs Club, 1 p.m.. church annr:;. Junior High record hop. 7 lo 9:30 p.m.. Dancelaml Studios. 1332 5th Avenue. Delta Kappa G a m m a . Iota Chapter. 7 p.m.. Flnminso Hotel. Junior Odd Fellow;;. 7:30 p.m., 10OF Hall. ! Theta Rho Girls. 7:30 p.m.. 1OOF Hal). i Senior^ Civil Air Patrol, 7:30: p.m.. al Hie airport. I Yuma Reel and Rifle. S p.m.. i Community Room. Valley Nation-! al Bank. j Las Amiga* Woman's Club, S I p.m.. Hi. \V(ij)ia;i's C!ul',iOu=0. i Ocotillo Stamp Club. 8 p.m., | Chamber of Commerce building. | Card Party Tonite' Members of the Pythian Sisters! are sponsoring a public card par-| ty tonight at the home of Dora Harris, 124 North 5lh Avenue. ' Bridse and canasta will he play-1 ed, with the evening's program to I Mrs. Claridge, who is worthy hiKh priestess of the Desert Lodge. White Shrine of Jerusalem, was in Ohio on a supreme visit. She \u make her official report to the lodge at their next meeting. N:uicy \\Ystovcr, Yuma. was recently elected secretary - treasurer rf the campus chapter of Tau Beta .Sigma, women's hand honorary. at Ari/.ona State University. Tenipc. Miss \Vestover. datiffhler of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. 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