PROJECT WORKERS - Karyn Enarson, left, and Pat Alexander ore two members of Redlands Job's Daughters bethel working on details of the salad luncheon, a Senior Princess project, scheduled for tomorrow ot the Masonic Temple. Luncheon will be served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and tickets will be available at the door. (Daily Fads Photo) Organ Music On Program For Music Teachers A program of organ music was presented at jestcrday's meeting of Eedlands Music Teachers Association in the First Congregational church. Vera Van Loan played a voluntary on the Doxology by Henry Purcell and a chorale prelude, "What God Does is Right" by J. P. KeUner. Kalh- ryn James played a Sonata on the 94th Psalm by Ecubke. Teachers were remmded to send the names of their students playing at the scholarship tea April 18 at the Contemporary club to Mary Evelyn Golz. Theory examinations were announced for May 2, starting at 9 a.m. in the Sunday School room at the First Congregational church. Dorothy Allen presented the slale of officers for the coming year. TJicy are Helen Daun, president; Margaret Eneroth, first vice president; Margaret Pierce, second vice president; Edith Jankay, correspondmg secretary; Carolyn Wcisbrod, recording secretary; and Vera Van Loan, treasurer. Directors are Ruth Baldwin, Vera Beatty and Mrs. Golz. Teachers present yesterday were Mrs. Daun, Jlrs. AUcn, Miss Beatty and a guest, Florence A. Narly from Strawberry Valley, Mrs. Jankay, Elizabeth Voellmy, Geneva Jlills, Mrs. Weisbrod, Margaret Dow, Orla Nagle, Lorraine Jorgcn- son, Miss Pierce and Bertha | Hempel. Eldorado Polo Match To Aid Paffon Projecf The first annual Polo Match Isponsored by the Eldorado Polo Chib, Palm Desert, for Patton State Hospital Volunteer Services Association will be placed at the Palm Desert field 'on Sunday, April 12, at 2 p .m. Proceeds from the game and concessions will go to ihe Vol unteer Association for its Swim-j ming Pool fund. The fund now stands at $27,384, and it is the I hope of the committee that this event will push the campaign over the $30,000 mark. The game also marks the start ol an annual Polo Match Ifor the Volunteer Services. Proceeds from future games will [help finance various volunteer; rehabilitation projects for. the hospital. The Polo Match is just one of the many activities that the [Swimming Pool Committee will be engaged in during the month of April. An early start I on the pool is anticipated and it is the aim of the group to obtain the balance of the $50,000 during this period. Tickets are available from IVolunteer Services members or at the Palm Desert Polo Field. [Ample Iparking space is as sured by Eldorado Polo Club manager, Tony Veen, who says that parking facilities Avill take care of over 1,000 cars. MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Zeta Rhos Vote On '64 Awardee Zeta Rhos of Beta Sigma Phi sorority chose their "Girl of the Year" by secret ballot during this week's meeting at the home of Mrs. Robert M. Scott, 1022 West Crescent avenue. Result of the vote will be re vealed during the Founders Day banquet set for April 30 at the Elks club in Riverside. Final plans were made for the Preferential Tea to be an event [of this Sunday at the home of Mrs. L. E. Nelson. Further plans were also made for a benefit luncheon May 9 at the Edwin K. Doney home. Mrs. Boyd A. Johnson ac cepted the chapter's request to serve as their sponsor-director, [for next year. The program, "Art of Thinking", was presented by Mrs. Master Point Bridge Winners There were 11 tables in play for the Monthly Master Point duplicate bridge game played yesterday afternoon at the YM-[ CA. North-Sonth winners were Mrs. Irene, Hiatt and Mrs. Lavonne Morrison, first; Mrs. Harold Hope and Mrs. R. Bartholo-j mew, second; Mrs. Geneva Reiter and Mrs. E. D. Patterson, third; Mrs. Ray Brown and Mrs. Robert Chilcoat, fourth. East-West winners were Mrs. C. R. Keim and Miss Jennie Hanlon, first; Mrs. Frances Smart and Mrs. Mary Finder, second; Mrs. Harry Meadows and Mrs. Charles Gray, third; Mrs. Charles Siegel and Jerry Kern, fourth. Gerry Van Ness who played a record for the group, "Thoughts to Live By" by Melvm Douglas. Mrs. Leslie W. Rogers Jr. as sisted as co-hostess for the eve ning. Others attending were Mmes. William P. Wilder, Charles A, Bierschbach, George[ E. Coe, Dennis Figgins, Corb L. Flick Jr., Van Ness, Jf. Harry Whalen and Johnson. Pedges presented were Mrs. Doney and Mrs. Mason Watson. Miss Waterhouse Named President Of First Methodist \Y.S,C:S. Miss Ella Waterhouse, president, headed the slate of officers siibmitted by the nomin ating committse to members of| the Woman's Society of Chris-[ tian Service at the First! Methodist church yesterday morning. Mrs. Willard A. Schurr,' honorary president; Mrs. Carroll Coons, vice president; Mrs. L. B. Hammen, recording secre-| tary,and Mrs. W. H. Schowalter, treasurer, were also proposed for office during the, coming year. Secretaries , to serye. in^ var^ ious departments vdll be'Mrs. James H. Piper, children's work; Jlrs. W. D. Berry, Christian social relations; Mrs. Robert Buland, literature; Mrs. W. Tyler Morris, missionary edu cation and service; Mrs. Paul Linn, promotion; Mrs. Arthur Miller, spiritual life; Mrs. James Barry, student work; Sirs. Charles Renin, supply work, and Mrs. ^Viliiam Ahlbom, youth work. Mrs. W. J. Cox will be chairman of publicity; Mrs. Roy Andersen, Mrs. L. M. Matthews and Mrs. Ralph Wendland are co-chairmen of local church activities; Mmes. Frank Bishop, C. Paul Ulmer, Carroll E. Wiggins, Robert Valentine, Edna Johnson, Alma Swenson, William Preston, Dwigbt Johnson and R. E. Petersen are circle chairmen. On the committee on nominations are Mrs. XJlmer and Mrs. T. T. Tatum, class of 1967; Mrs. Frank Cox and Mrs Alice Fisher, class of 1966, and Mrs. Frederick Greeley, class of 1963. Mrs. Cox is chairman of the committee on nominations. Mrs. Frank Toothaker, chairman; Mmes. Frederick Greeley, Fisher,' Collins and Frank Cox prepared the nominating committee report for the 196465 term. Sirs. Maurice Culver was featured speaker of - the morning, discussing mission work in Southern Rhodesia and showxagj slides to illustrate her talk. Mrs. Culver has taught in Redlands Daily Facts Tburs,, April 9, 1964 - 3 Africa for the past 20 years and will return in the near future. She was introduced by Mrs. Arthur Miller. Mrs. Schurr gave the devotions on the topic, "Christian Woman". The Dike chapel devotions were led by Mrs. Louis Rabenstein, speaking on "Just Weights", It was announced that Walter Hoefflin, administrator of the Methodist hospital at Arcadia, will be the speaker Frank Manley Claims Bride Now at home in Los Angelea are Frank G. Manley and his bride, the former Simine Haggstrom of Teheran, Iran. Nr. Manley is the son of Dr. and Mrs. F, H. Manley, 130 East Highland avenue. His bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Atabai of Teheran. The nuptials were performed recently in Santa Monica. New Life for Hair Temporary hair rinses give a woman with graying or dull hair a new lease on life. Use of such rinses calls for more frequent shampooing though, because the coloring tends to collect oil and grime. April 19 for Thank Offering Sunday. Other dates noted were the lApril 17 meetmg at First Methodist church, Ontario, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and the rummage sale April 24 and 25 in Redlands. Miss NeHie Wray closed the meeting with a prayer and luncheon was served by Circle 5. Us SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads I LEAVES FOR CAPITOL - Mrs. D. Ellis Crone of Redlands boards an Astrojet bound for Washington, D. C, where she is attending the 12th annual Republican Woman's Conference this week. Sen. Margaret Chase Smith (Rep., Maine) will be the keynote speaker at the conference. Mrs. Crane is a member of Mentone Republican Woman's club and is one of 100 California women, headed by Mrs. Pofricia Hitt, Republican National Committee member from California, who are attending the conference. During their stay in Washington, the California women have been invited by Sen. Thomas Kuchel to be his guests for coffee one doy this week. cordially invite you to view their complete Hue of Wedding Stationery '208 East State. Redlands, California Bridal Registry I ii 1^ • •.^:.,.a?..«.<lri<» i.. A 1^ tSAM RPBMACniftlA SAN BERNARDINO 1} RiVERStOE REDLANDS NOTICE: Stoi« Hours TemM!- row. Friday, WiR Be 5l:30 a.ni. to 5:30 p.m. '"I Soaring to Spectacular Heights in '64 . . . It's Another Day Closer! The Event That Will Soar to New Heights In '64 . . s An event 'deidicafeef to making the past 59. years a stepping stone to the future by winning new friends in '64 Watch for More News TOMORROW!
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