The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on May 10, 1970 · Page 48
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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 48

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s Are Installing New Officers Mrs. B. E. Johnson was elected president of Broad- lawns Hospital GtiiTcf at a re- rent, meeting. Other newly elected -officers v are Mesdames James A, Vickery, president-elect; M. D. Webb, vice-presiderU; Howard M. .Hall, corresponding secretary; Faulk Miller, recording secretary, and R. P. Hutchins, treasurer. At this meeting, authorization was given by the board to use memorials, established for Mrs. Samual Killam and Mrs. Harvey Seeds, in the anticipated loan fund for nursing education. All future memorials, unless otherwise designated, will be added to this fund. /Vr/i'.v Mothers Mrs. Hazel Biegger will be installed as commander of Moines Navy Mothers Club in ceremonies planned for 7:30 p.m. Friday at I.O.O.F; hall, 3821 Sixth ave. Other officers to be installed are MRS. HAZEL M e s dames RIEOOBR Ruth cole, first vice-commander; Elsie V a 11 i e r , second vice-commander; Clara Pinegar, adjutant; Ina Plunkett, finance officer; Odessa Wofley, chaplain; Resale Talley, judge advocate;-Erlene—Ha-- ger, Mary Ellen Long, both color-bearers, and Mamye Moore and Elsie Caw, both matrons-al-arms. Officers' Auxiliary •MM. AL ROtfil MRI. WAYNI DAMRON Mrs. Wayne'Daffron recently was elected president of the Iowa National Offi- Auxll- and Al and Wayne Guard cers* iary Mrs. Rolfes, Mrs. Nebben were a p pointed members!) i p chairmen of the Army guard officers' auxiliary. The cun-ent membership drivp is during this month. Other new officers are Men- dames Joseph Campiano, first vice-president; Martin Meyer, second vice-president; Roger • Gilbert,,, treasurer; Cor Huttdn, secretary, and Arnold Harjehausen, histo- nan. T^ ~~ The organization is open to. wives of current, retired or deceased officers; and advis- eri and commissioned fefnale nurses, who are members of the guard. At a • recent membership lea at the home of Mrs. Neil Ad am son, 5010 Harwood drive, th^ auxiliary presented Mrs. Robert D. Ray, the Iowa governor's wife, with a sterling silver .candlesntiffer for use at the Governor's Mansion. Waveland Rainbow Melinda Bo wen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin J. Bowen, jr., 6781 Sunset terrace, will be i n s tailed as worthy advisor of Assembly No. 47 Order of the Rainbow for Girls at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Waveland Park Masonic Temple. Other elective officers who will be installed are Jane Chamberlin, Elizabeth Havens, Vicki Perdue and Susan Schultz. Mrs. Arthur Cox is mother advisor, and Jake Brom is Rainbow Dad. Auburn Rainbow Randi Wickliff, daughter of "Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Wickliff, 4106 Tenth St., will be installed as worthy advisor of—Auburn Dei Moines Assembly No. 7,' | Order of Rainbow, for, G i r 11. The c e r emonies will be 7:30,. p.m. Saturday," at 'the Temple, 3843 Sixth ave. Other elective officers are Jill Sutton, worthy associate advisor; Ronna Greenwood, charity; Karen Mitchell, hope, and Debbie Fisher, faith. Mother advisor is Mrs. Marion Grossnickle and Rainbow dad is Louis Gordon. Garton P.T.A. Mrs. Harry W. Dahl, jr., will be installed as new presi- dent of Carton SCheol P.T.A. at 2:45 p.m. Tuesday at the school. Also being installed are Mesdame* Floyd- Rich- Mr*. H. B. Church and Mrs. Robert Anderson participating. ards, Vice-president; JoTurET Stftffenbeal, secretary, and B. J. Baker, jr., treasurer. P.T.A. Council Smoune P.T.A. New.officersof the Smouse Opportunity School Parent Teacher Association are Mesdames 1 Harold McDonald, president; Philip Burks, pres- 1 dent-elect; James Lynch, first viee-president; Jatnes Cutforth, second vice-president; Martin Anderson, secretary, and Karl Seeburger, treasurer, • • • KF.fr. Auxiliary Joint Installation of, new officers 6f,Fairground V.F.W. and Auxiliary No. MOO will be at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the post, home, 2022 Ankeny ave. stalled are Joe Parisho. corn- New auxiliary officers are mander, and Diiane McClmid, jr., vice-commander. Quota Club "' Mrs. Kthel ReameS will be installed as president of Mesdames Sara Pearce, president; Jane Lov.ell,, vice- president; Annette McCloud, junior vice-president, and Betty Johnson, treasurer. Post officers who will be irt- Qimta Club of (5e« MoinM at a fi:30 p.m". dinner meeting Tuesday at Ankeny Country .Club. Other new officers am Doris Wiebbld and Mildred Polly, vice-presidents; Bonnie Weaver, secretary, and Mary Ionise Sherrett, treasurer. MRS. PRANK JOHNSON MRi. WAtTBM ftOft ' The Des Moines Council of Parents and Teachers has installed new officers. Mrs. Neil Fisher is the new president and Mrs. Verlyn Anderson, president-elect. Other ,offlcers are Mesdames Frank Johnson, first vice-president; James Wise, second vice-president; Warren Harding, treasurer; Walter Rose, recording secretary; David Hamilton, assistant recording secretary, and Alvin Moore, corresponding secretary. f MRS. WAYNI NCIBEN MRS. SLORIA 1 6RILK Set Music Convention T-\AVENPORT, IA: - Iowa U Federation of Music Clubs will meet for its biennial convention next S a t fr'r day, Sunday and Monday at • Hotel Black; hawk. A reception for Mrs. Maurice Honigman of G a s t o n 1 a, N.C., president of the National Federation of Music Clubs, is planned for 7:30 p.m. Saturday. A concert will be presented at the reception by Pat and Bill Medley, duo- pianists and artists in residence at Parsons ' College, Fairfield. Sunday will be Youth Day, with gold certificate winners being honored and a concert at 3 p.m. by Tri-City Junior Symotony Orchestra, conducted by Jaraes Dixon, »t Centennial Hall of Auguslana College. Mr$. Honigman will he keynote speaker at the Sunday banquet, which will honor the student division, college and university winners, and Ma- son-Haralui winners wijj be presented in coacert. Mra. Gloria GrUk is state ^president, and Mrs. Harold 'Jackson is convention chair' man. Both are from Davenport. Officers will be elected and installed on Monday, and • musical* will be presented by Centerville Chorateerf, fourtb, fifth «a4 lixtfl grade boys, under the directipn ol Mrs. Don Barber. Tne Wf Convention Chorus will ap- ggar in a program, directed by Mrs. Dorothy l-owell of • Fairfield. 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