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5r< ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE KEAy Society Editor CLUB LEADERS — Mrs. Charles N. Ziilch, back center, was elected president of the April Morning club at the women's group meeting yesterday morning. At left is Mrs. Richard C. Hardy, vice president; with Mrs. Thomas A. Hollingworth, lower center, press chairman for tha year and Mrs. Charles H. Bazuin, right, secretory-treasurer. (Daily Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) Mrs, Ziilch April Morning Club Presidenf Hospital Auxiliary Hears Speaker, Plans BeneHf, Presents Awards April Morning club election higlilighted yesterday morning's meeting at tlie home of Mrs. Robert Rowlands, 327 Ash street Co-hostesses were Mrs. Richard C. Hardy and Mrs. Ralph P. Merritt. Mrs. Charles N. Ziilch will serve for the coming terra as president; Jlrs. Hardy, vice president; Mrs. Charles H. Bazuin, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Kenneth H. Jacobs, program chairman; Mrs. William H. Wilson, yearbook, and Mrs. Thomas A. Hollingworth, press chairman. Introduced as new members were Mmes. Kenton Miller Claire Kooiman, Judson Sanderson, Kenneth Boughner, Lloyd Watts and Richard Moorehousc. Mrs. Halbert Jakle presented the interesting program on flower arranging. Displayed were several attractive arrangements of garden flowers. Her informative talk touched on the distinctive personalities of flow ers, their place in history, their use in medicine and the sup erslitions, mysticism and sym holism that have been connected with flowers. In addition to members named above, others present were Mmes. Oral A. Baker, Stanley L. Combs, Robert E Conney, Harold R. Hartwicfc, James F. Henry, Steve T. Lopcr, Ted Manning, Kenneth R. McKenzie, A. R. Thompson, B. E. Van Arsdale, Robert L. Wilson, E. Raymond Wilson and Robert H. Wilson. AAUW BRIDGE SECTION REPORT AAUW bridge section members played this week at the home of Mrs. Dorothy C. WeUer, 933 Walnut avenue, with Miss Mabel Inness as co-hostess. Mrs. A. D. Riedler was high score winner. Also present were the Misses Ada Dietz, Ruth Foster, Clara Bell Ledahl, Helen Atkins, Mary Pew and Margaret Kastc; Mmes. James Conant, Berkeley Dillon. Ann Ford Farran. Robert Fromuth, S. S. Garland, George R. Hewey. W. Dow Hoyt, Ted A. Manning, John C. Sering, William M. Nitterhousc, Thomas F. Steel Jr., WUliam R. West. E. Raymond Wilson, J. M. Gorman, Ivar Holleday and Guy Williams. Mrs. Edward T. Tefft, president, opened a most informative meeting of the Redlands Community Hospital Auxiliary this week. She introduced th speaker. Dr. Sam Knappenberger, a Redlands physician, who, in his talk, "Sub Sahara Africa and the People to People Program," told of his three visits with the noted Dr. Albert Sch weitzer and his hospital. Using slides for illustration, he described the contrast of the pov erty and disease of the jungle to the modem, civilized cities and theu- wealth. During h i eight months on this Navy proj ect, he traveled over 30,000 miles by boat and helicopter. During the business portion of the meeting, Mrs. Robert W, Best, chairman, told the group of the "Coffee and Cards" bene fit that the Auxiliary is having on Slay 14 in the social ball of First Methodist Church. Pro ceeds from this social event are used in the nursing scholarships given each year by this volun teer group to worthy nursing students. Tickets are now available from any Au.\iliary mem her or the ticket chairmen Mmes. Harold Moser and John C. Boyd. Table reservations may be made with Mrs. Rolla Whitman, 793-1264. Many prizes have been planned, the grand prize, a 16-inch portable television set. Mrs. Tefft also had the honor of presenting service pins to Auxiliary members in recognition of their volunteer work. A 500-hour pin was awarded to Mrs. Lloyd A. Watts, with 100 hour pins given to Mmes. Eu- Crafton PTA Plans May Sale Craflon PTA Iward met this week in the home of Mrs. John Dunn. Mrs. Leon R. Surber, ways and means committee, discussed plans for the A p r o n Bazaar to be held May 8 and at Sages' Market on those days between 10 a.m. and 4 p m. PTA president, Mrs. Harold D. Kirchner, announced instal lation of new board members for June 3 at her home. Mrs. Ada Bodmer, Crafton principal, discussed the Festival planned for Jlay 6, a bicycle safety demonstration, plans for sixth grade party and oth er school matters. Miss Bodmer asked for volunteers to help with Kindergarten registration on June 5. gene E. Ball, Lucy Cross, Lucille Danielson, Volney Kincaid and Agnes E. Johnston. Mmes. Roy W. Andersen, Ronald Rounds, Rolla Whitman, John M. Hatfield, and Ball were appointed to the nominating committee to select the slate of new officers for the coming year. During the coffee hour proceeding the meeting, the hospitality chairman, Mrs. D. EUis Crane was assisted by M m e s. David Ramseyer, W. 0. Mulligan, and J. W. Schoenenberger, with Mmes. Byron Jeffcoat and Rex Kircher, pouring. Job's Daughter Proficiency Honors Awarded Proficiency honors were presented to 12 girls during last evening's meeting of Redlands Job's Daughters in the Masonic Tempie. They were Mary Brad dy, Rita Cox, Karen Neil, Robyn Weaver, Donna Luce, Debby Hay,' Lana Hughs, Dorothy Ann Smith, Susan Parrott, Genevieve Granillo, Pat Rich mond and Carol Lynn Sarrett. Birthdays were celebrated by Dorothy Ann Smith, Debby Hay, Pam Alexander, Mmes. Helen Daun, Mary Friderich, Mary Wheeler, Barbara Weaver, Harriet Johnson and Dorothy liil- ler. Escorts were given to Mrs. Mary Wheeler, deputy grand guardian and past guardian; Mrs. Barbara Weaver, Guardian; Eugene Johnson, associate guardian; Mrs. Ramona Wheeler, past guardian; Perry Wheel' er, past associate guardian, ofj Bethel 104, Redlands. The door prize was won by Vicki von der Hellen and the librarian's report was entitled "Listen and Learn". Chairmen For Xi Kappa Alpha Year Named ,Mrs. Mary R. Johnson, president-elect of Xi Kappa Alpha, Exemplar chapter of Beta Sig ma Phi, announced the appoint- of committee chairmen for the coming year at a recent meeting in the home of Mrs. Harry E. Woltman, 1009 La Flo- Hair Style Program For Trim Gym Class Ed Doney from the Phyllis Adair Beauty Studio will pre sent the program at Tuesday's "Homemakers Holiday" session for the YWCA "Trim Gym" class. The class will swim in t h e morning at the YMCA and return to the YWCA for a sack luncheon at noon, to be followed at 1 p.m. by the program. Mr. Doney's talk will concern hair styles in the modem trend. He will be accompanied by Miss Susan Strode of the Phyllis Adair College of Cosmetology who wll demonstrate the 1964 make-up look. Class registration is still open to women interested who may contact the YWCA for information. ra drive. Social committee chairman will be Mrs. Richard Alberts service, Mrs. Jack Forquer publicity, Mrs. Harold D. Ras' cher; ways and means, Mrs. Eugene M. Stahl; program, Mrs. Irvin Argleben; historian, Mrs. Dean Garvey; telephone^ Mrs. Robert R. Wells; sergeant at arms and sunshine, Mrs Woltman; and parliamentarian and civil defense, Mrs. E. H. Griffin. A secret ballot was taken for the City Council officers. Announcement of their election will be made at the Founder's Day Banquet at the Elk's Club in Riverside April 30. Plans were made for the luncheon for M.C.C. Board members on Sunday, April 26, as well as for the chapter's Mother-Daughter Tea on Sunday, May 3. A program on "Appropriate Dress" was given by Mrs. Argleben and refreshments were served by Mrs. Woltman and her co-hostesses, Mrs. Griffin, and Mrs. Wells. Also attending the meeting were Mmes. Fred S. Hooper, Donald Demaree, Henry Gemer, Boyd A, Johnson, and James L. Vemon. Mrs. Gqodridge Takes Office As Presidenf Of UR Faculty Wives MISSION PTA HAS OPEN HOUSE MEETING Mission PTA learned of the need of special education and services for physically and mentally handicapped children when Miss Lucy Siegrist, curriculum coordinator for county schools, spoke at their Wednesday eve ning meeting. Business included adoption of changes in the by-laws. Classroom visits followed the meeting in observance of open house. ] Climaxing a busy year of ac tivities,, the University of Red lands Faculty Wives club's president, Mrs. James R. Jorgenson, presented the gavel to the newly installed president, Mrs. Robert C. Goodridge this week. Election and installation of officers for the 1964-65 sea son was the highlight of the an nual spring luncheon at the home of Mrs. Paul L. Taylor, 201 Westwood lane. Members and guests gathered poolside for the buffet luncheon and meeting. The patio was dec orated with several large, white baskets filled with lavendar spring flowers. Each tray held a corsage made by the hostess. Mrs. Jorgenson e.xpressed her appreciation to the board for its support in making this a successful year. Jlrs. Stanley L. Combs announced that the Fa culty Wives Club will donate a picture for the new student tm- ion. On the committee with her arc Mrs. Vemon E. Dombach Jr.. and Mrs. James B. Ifft. Honoring Mrs. Paul R. Glea son, who is retiring this year from active membership, was Mrs. R, J. Krantz. Dr. and Mrs. Gleason will spend some time in Burma and will then tour the world. Honoring Mrs. Ellis R. Davies, also retiring this year, was Mrs. Cecil Cushman. A tribute was paid each retir ing member for their many years of service and a gift from the club was presented to each. Reporting for the nominating Bridge Unif Election Dinner A special event for duplicate bridge fans of the area is the dinner meeting and election of officers to begin at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Orange Show. A Master Point game will follow. All members are invited, with or without partners. Results of the seven-fable weekly game played Wednesday at the YMCA were, North- SOUUJ , Mrs. Percy Domfeld and Jlrs. Harold Hope, first; Mrs. Richard O'Leary and Sirs. E. D. Patterson, second; Mrs. Peter Preda and Mrs. Charles Gray, third. East-West winners were Mrs. Geneva Belter and Mrs. Margaret Scott, first; Mrs. Gene Wall and Mrs. Orville Hayward, second; Jerry Kem and James Dunn, third. committee was Mrs. Douglas G. Eadie. -Also serving were Mrs. David W. Daniels and Mrs. James E. Verdieck. Installing the officers was Mrs. George H. Armacost who recited a poem depicting the duties of each office. Serving with Mrs. Goodridge will be Mmes. R. J. Krantz, first vice president; Stanley L. Combs, second vice president; John L. Groom, recording secretary; Edgar Nilson, corresponding secretary and Paul L. Taylor, treasurer. Chairman for the salad luncheon was Mrs. Ward S. Miller. On her committee were Mmes Edward L. Dowd, William Stryker, Verdieck, Edgar Nilson, Combs, Donald G. Sham blin, Robert D. Wright, Eugene R. Kanjo and Larry H. Hendon Guests for the afternoon were former faculty wife, Mrs. E Ray Nichols, from Alhambra and Mrs. F. R. Sweetnam, moth er of Mrs. James R. Jorgenson from Wisconsin. Other members present were Mmes. Jack B. Cummings George A. Graham, James F Fonseca, Charles 0. Pierpoint, Benjamin S. Harrison, Frank E Bishop, John C. Parsons, Les lie P. Spelman, Harold W, Woodrow, John L. Golz, Robert L. Morlan, L. E Nelson, Rob ert L. Brown, William J. Klaus ner, W. E. Umbach, William R, Parker, Harold Kirchner. David G. Poston, Frank L. Greenway, Jr., Roger D. Woods, J. Leland Hollenberg, C. E. Downing, Jerome H. Johnson, Judson San-| derson, S. Guy Jones, Carl S. Ledbetter, George J. Hollenberg and D. J. Stewart. Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Apr. 24,19M - 3 Mrs. Eurich Honored At Farewell Party Alethian class of Temple Baptist church honored the pas-j tor's wife, Mrs. Aaron W. Eurich, at a farewell dinner party this week at Bing's in San Bernardino. The 14 members attending returned after dinner to the home of Mrs. W. E. Moore, 31 Brookdale lane, where a devotional reading on "Friendship" w a s presented by Mrs. Leonard A. Jones, teacher of the class. A gift was presented to t h e Charitons To Note Golden Wedding Sunday Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Charlton of Mectone will celebrate their Golden Wedding 'anniversary Sunday. In honor of the occasion, their son. Rev. John Charlton, and his wife, also of Mentone, have planned an informal reception to be held in the social hall of the Mentone First Baptist church immediately- following the morning service. Both families are active members of the church. Friends of the Charitons are invited to the reception. They have requested that there be no gifts. Kimberly Junior Program Tonight Tickets will be available at the door tonight for persons interested in seeing the 1964 spring program presented by the Kimberly Juniors in the Contemporary clubhouse at 8:15. This popular annual affair, to be followed by dancing from 9 to 1 a.m., is directed by Mrs. William T. Hardy who has selected a "Broadway Melodies" theme. Pouring during the dance hours will be Mmes. Carrol M. Crane, Stanley L. Combs, Orland J. Fowler and William T. Hardy from 10 to 11, followed by Mmes. J. B. Brinkerhoff, Raymond Beeler, Albert Johnson and Harry W. Myers from U to midnight. "The Juniors will have their final meeting of the year tomorrow in the form of a tea f o r their mothers in the clubhouse at 3 p.m. Election of officers is also on the agenda for the afternoon. honoree by Mrs. Harold Moore, vice president Others present were Mmes. Steve Ordos, C. E. DeShazer, Ralph Granillo, Nat Soto, Lee Kessler, Martin Noordman, C. G. 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