Congregational Church Women Due In Redlands For 71st Annual Meeting One hundred and sixty - four churches are expected to be rep resented when the Fellowship of Congrgational Women of Southern California and the Southwest convene in Redlands for their 71st annual meeting tomorrow. Theme for the 1959-60 year is "Move We On Together" which will be noted during the two-day session at Redlands First Congregational church. Other churches cooperating with the host church for this meeting are the First Baptist and First Prebycrian of Redlands, the First Congregational berly Hall at 9:15 a.m. tomorrow will precede the opening session in the Sanctuary. Mrs. Rodney Cranmer, president of the Red lands Women's Fellowship, will extend greetings from the host church as will Rev. Gerald Churchill, the pastor. Prof. Erwin Ruff of the Uni vcrsity of Redlands school of music faculty and choir director and organist for the First Congrcga-[ tional church, has arranged a musical program to precede the afternoon session Tuesday. Main speaker for the morning church of Riverside and the First session will be Dr. Gerald Larue, Congregational church of San Bcr- associate professor in the Grad- nardino. uate School of Religion at U.S.C. Registration and coffee in Kim-' He has entitled his address, ' "Myths and Legends of the Bible". "Skillshops" on various departments will occupy most of the afternoon. Tomorrow evening Mrs. D. H. Frantz of Ontario will dedicate the "Woman's Gift" which helps support overseas missions and the Conference project on new parsonages. Major item of business for Wednesday morning will be election Job's Daughters Take Pari In "Guesf Night" Officers from San Bernardino. Riverside, Arlington, Highland and Fontana Bethels participated in a "guest night" program hosted byjand installation of officers and 1 Job's Daughters Bethel 104 recent- the introduction of the president ly in Masonic temple. of the National Fellowship of Con- Taking part under Sue Riddle, gregational Women. A noon lunch- honored queen of the hosiers Beth- eon in the dining room of the el, were Carolyn Christcnsen. hon- First Baptist church will conclude 1 ored queen: Carolyn Collins. s?-;the meeting, nior princess: Sylvia Calloway, ju•' ~~ Quintet To Give Chamber Music Concert Tonight The fourth program of the cur rent Chamber Music series spon sored by the University of Red lands in cooperation with the Spinet will be presented at 8:15 tonight in Watchorn hall. To be heard on this occasion will be the New York Woodwind Quintet which appeared in Janu ary 1958 and is returning by request of music patrons who heard them at that time. Members of the Quintet arc Samuel Baron, flute; David Glaz -j er, clarinet: John Barrows, horn Jerome Roth, oboe, and Arthur Weisberg, bassoon. The program will include the Quintet in G minor by Franz Danzi; a Quintet by Alvin Etler. composed in 1955; a Quartet in B Flat Major, No. 4; by Rossine: 'La Cheminee du Roi Rene," suite for woodwind quintet by Darius Milnaud. and Concerto for Wind Quintet (1958) by William Bergsma. R.N.A. SCHOOL OP INSTRUCTION Royal Neighbors of America will attend a District school of in-| struction in Perris Wednesday, starting at 1 p.m. All officers are requested to wear formats. Members needing transportation arc asked to call others who drive. octet if MISS JOSEPHINE REAV Society Editor Two Host Party For Mrs. Roberts Mrs. Walter E. Roberts (Gail Winans) was guest of honor at a shower given recently by Mrs. Donald E. Davis and Mrs. Frank Dcshler III at the Davis home. 108 Home place. A yellow color theme was chosen by the hostesses for party appointments. Sweet peas, camellias and other spring flowers were used in flower arrangements. Centering the refreshment table was a little stork. Safety pins and gumdrops were designed into stork figures and placed around the cake served to the guests. Gifts for the honoree were ar ranged in a cradle. Group games provided entertainment for the evening with Mrs. Richard Meu- mann and Mrs. Lynn A. Choatc receiving prizes. Guests included Mrs. Robert L. Winans and Mrs. Earl D. Finch, mother and mother-in-law of the guest of honor; Mmes. Mcumann., Choatc, Tom Pattison, Larry Shoemaker, Ivan Buck, Roy Grabcr De Molay Mothers Meet Reports of a successful spaghct ti dinner wire given by Mrs. Arthur Hutlon, chairman, to mem-; bers of the DeMolay Mothers' club at their March meeting. Mrs. Nor man Trost was in charge of the meeting. Plans were made to make addi tinnal dish towels and aprons for for the DeMolay chapter cupboard and members are to bring needles, scissors, and thimbles to the April meeting. Present were Mmes. Trost, Hutton, Hoard Garretson, Louise Delaney, Orville Sorenscn, Claude Hill, Gorge Powell, William Coulter, C. II. Geiger, Cleo Fenstermacher, G. H. Fuller, Harold Runner, Earl McClelland, Franklin Barnes. Elmer C. Parks. Earl J Williams, Kathryn Bell, and Clem Palton. and Roger Holden; and Judy Bourret. Also invited were Margie Rcz- endes. Mrs. Franklin Roberts and Mrs. Tom Moscman. /Student Composer Robert Jones Prepares Recital Robert W. Jones, music composition student, will be presented in his senior recital by the University of Redlands School of Music tomorrow at 8:15 p.m. i n Watchorn Hall. Assisted by Richard Strawn, violinist he will play his three-part Sonata for Violin and Piano as the opening selection. "All Men Are Lonely Now." Jones' original solo cantata, will be sung by Arthur Palmer, baritone accompanied by Kirk Bar rctt, flute; Jacqueline Stong, clarinet; John Wells, violin; and Anne Jones, cello. Sonatina for Violoncello and Piano will then be presented by Jones, accompanied by Anne Jones, cello. Following the intermission. Jones' composition "Divertimento for Woodwind Sextet" will be played by Barbara .Marino, /lute: Kathlyn Veazey, oboe: Walter Woods, saxophone: James Keays. horn: Marilyn Hull, bassoon, and Miss Stong, clarinet. In conclusion, the Feld Quartet, in residence at the University of Redlands. will present Jones' String Quartet No. 1 in D. The young composer is the re- 1 cipient of the Charles W. Cadman Redlands Daily Facts Monday, Mar. 16, 1959 - 3 Review Of New Book On Church Group's Program Miss Susie May Smith reviewed the new book "Help For Today" 'following the recent lunch eon meeting attended by members of the Women's Guild of the Redlands Church of Religious Science in Brockton hall. The book was written by Dr. Ernest Holmes and Dr. William Hornaday. It is now avalable at Smiley library, having been pre- ?entcd to the library by the Minis try of Prayer of the Church ol Religious Science. In the near future, a Religious Science text- hook will also be placed in the library by the Women's Guild. Mrs. Clara Timmons. guild president, announced a social after•loon for March 24 from 1 to 4 n.m. at the home of Mrs. -Leroy Wallace. All members and friendr of the church are invited. Hostesses for the April guild meeting will be Mrs. Edna Card ner and Mrs. Bertie Krucgel. fellowship award in composition. He previously attended the Chicago Conservatory of Music before studying at the University o (j Redlands, and is a member of the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia fraternity.! Golden Age Club In Short Recess Because of the Easter holidays, the Golden Age club of Mentone will not meet again until April 9. Hostesses for the last afternoon program which featured cards and various other games wer* Mmes. F. Daylton, Jessie Sheldon and J. Carver. Meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Thursdays of each month in the Mentone Woman's clubhouse starting at 1 p.m. Membership is open to any residents over 50 years of age. AAUW EDUCATION SERIES CONTINUES The second in a series of special programs sponsored by the elementary and secondary educa- on committee of A.A.U.W. is open to the public, both men and women, and will begin at 3 p.m. tomorrow in McKinley school auditorium. Mrs. Irene 1 Starr, curriculum director with the office of Redlands Public schools, will share a panel discussion with Mrs. Ecn Osbun and Mrs. James Strand. Two films, "A Good Day in the Fifth Grade" and "A Good Day in the Sixth Grade" will be shown. Commentator for the films s Helen Heffernan of the state department of education. nior prince Ellen Foy. guide: Barbara Lord, marshal; Joy Webb, chaplain. Methodist Women Judy Moore, recorder: Sandra* Hear Report Of Lowrv, treasurer: Sarah Jarratt. inner guard: Pat Broilcs, senior custodian; Rosanne Wich. ju- unior custodian: Kitt Marshall, musician: Jan Horsley. librarian: Marlene Lombardi, Judy Hudson, Shawn La Bondes, Lara-Jo Cook and Susan Smith, messengers. Escort was given to Nancy Jo and Patricia Hartman. honored queens of San liernardino, Highland and Fontana Bethels respectively; and Lynda Webster, past honored queen of Redlands Bethel. Recognition was given to Margaret Wyllie, past honored queen of Redlands Bethel who was sitting in the East, and to Sharon Ragan from Arlington. Maureen Baker, Highland, and Sheila Grim, San Bernardino; Christine Benjamin, past guardian of San Bernardino's Bethel and deputy grand guardian: Mary Wheeler, guardian of Bethel 104 and deputy grand guardian; Florence Murphy, guardian, San Bernardino and Viva Smith, guardian. Highland. Also associate guardians Raymond Bilter, Redlands; Frank Porter, Riverside: Paul Baker, Highland, and John Heuman, past associate guardian of Redlands! Eethel. In the dining hall, spring flow -j ers decorated the tables. The program included "Musical Moments" by Schubert, featuring Rosemary Dunn: a pantomime to the Siamese est song, by Pam Weaver and Marlene Howell. Coming events noted were March 18, exemplification for Order of Eastern Star; March 21 mountain party at Forest Home, and March 26, majority degree Hort. Society Considers Plans For Flower Show "Seventy Years of Flowers", the theme for the annual flower show April 25 and 26, was a topic for discussion at the Friday meeting of Redlands Horticultural and Improvement society for which Miss Moyah Clark was hostess at her home, 500 Westwood lane. President Paul F. Allen led the discussion of arrangements for the show which will be put on in the Santa Fe arcade. Mrs. T. P. Sargent, conservation chairman, reported that John F. Thompson, state senator from San Jose, will introduce a bill in the Senate for the protection of, wild doves in California. Before Congress now. she said, is the Wilderness Bill so important for maintaining the status quo of National Parks and forest preserves. It was voted to send a contribution to the Penny Pines Plantation sufficient to purchase 1000 pines for reforestration. Mrs. J. C. Cruise conducted a plant forum with a wealth o f spring blossoms. In keeping with the program of the evening, slides of English gardens, Mrs. Cruise displaced some typical English flowers, primroses and hellebore, also known as the Lenten rose. The slides were shown by Miss Clark. j Mrs. T. P. Sargent and Mrs. F. H. Davis presided at the refreshment table. The April meeting will be at, the home of Mrs. R. L. Mayo, 734 West Highland avenue. Mission Group "And Crown Thy Good With Brotherhood" was the theme for the March meeting of the First Methodist church W.S.C.S, Mrs. Lulu Kuhns, in presenting the program, told of her work with the junior department mission study group. Mexico and Alaska were the two fields covered and Mrs. Kuhns exhibited maps, games, and curios to illustrate her talk. In recognition of her many services to the society, Mrs. Fred Greeley was presented a corsage as "Member of the Month" Women of University Methodist church have invited women of the First church to meet with them for a Lenten "Day Apart" service Wednesday at 11 a.m Plans were discussed for the chicken dinner to be prepared and served by the W.S.C.S. at the House of Neighborly Service March 23. Post Meridians Hear Review Of Writer's Life The life of novelist Edna Ferber was reviewed by Mrs. Ruth Woodall for members of the Post Meridian club during their recent meeting at the home of Mrs. Nan Hubert, Division street. In response to roll call, each member presented an article of current interest. A social hour followed the meeting. Present were Gertrude Hanson, president, Gertrude Spellman, Mrs. Woodall, Edna Purinton, Alma Swenson, Harriett Renfrow, Emma Oyer, Elsie Goodman, Mrs. Charles Stanley, Mrs. Arthur Hunt, Mrs. Hubert and a guest, Mrs. Anna Irons. 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