European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 25 1962, Page 15

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 25, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseR ?. Special hour of Volun i served during the depend Here according Collins bed Cross Jan. Projects in ladles a school red and summer Gray ladies were ceremonies in Wexford � by mrs. William d. Ca Cray lady chairman. Mesdames Richard far ill Homer a. Schuitt. Floyd Odle and annual service bars led mesdames Cava Rene Bove James r. H. Hilbert. Walter i end Donald e. Pinkett Germany first Aid classes Lor dependents of military personnel have died led. With sessions Fin the dependents schools evening. Instruction will on the St. John am butt cd manual. Dirt Nim Derma nor held Gray lady capping Cere la which Cap and pins or ended by capt Helen f. Luenburg and mrs. F. Kell Gray lady chair new Gray ladles include Honor mesdames Donald e. Howroyd Merrill s. Alexander Joseph w. Lewis Iii Ronald t. Coleman Robert White Wayne Ellot Rob Ert j. Wise Avery Hall James Wool and Ernest Williams. Service bars were awarded Mes Dames a a Seward French or. George Smith Ralph Hof can James f. Richie John Kennan William Thorn Ason Oyde cum min is and Ronald Williams. A ceremony in Cral Eshelm Ger Many brought Gray lady Caps pins and certificates to mesdames s. L. Galbralth v. W. Garner p. P. Pawelczak m. L. Martin d. R. Chapman h. L. Phillips. E. To Lee j. A Stanford. F. A Hunter a b. Cousin e. M. John son p. H. Armagost to a. Marchese and k. R. Vanconett. Twenty two dependent wives received certificates upon graduation from a first Aid course Given in of Schaffenburg Germany presented by col James Ghol land jr., installation coordinator. Graduates included mesdames William b. Scruggs jr., Lucius f. Wright jr., j. A Patty Iii James g. Holland jr., Harold a. Dye Emmert l. Hanlyn jr., Edgar a Lindstrom Don b. Morris Herbert c. Puscheck Frederick a Flueckiger Stewart h. Davies Thomas d. Owen Oliver b. Dil Lon Norman b. Hines Richard b. Parker William r. Murray Howard d. Smith Robert f. Logan Jack a Dove cult Hobbs Robert c. Brown and James a Harrison. Four women and three men were awarded certificates at the completion of a Mother and baby care course at Kuhn Germany taught by mrs. R. J. Estes. Graduates included a1c and mrs. James a Merrell or. And mrs. James l. Murray a1c and mrs. Fred m. Radcliffe and mrs. B. J. Nichols. At a Volunteer workers Coffee at Halm mrs Thomas o. Coley Gray lady chairman received a 500-hour certificate and 250-hour awards went to mrs. John j. Vogl and mrs. Kenneth e. Wilmot. A traditional japanese Tea ceremony was demonstrated for the own at no masseur Morocco by three members left to right sad Oke Adams Toyoko Hoke and Emiko Philipi. Of us conference lists speakers London special mrs. Lauris n o r s t a a wife of the supreme Allied commander in Europe will deliver the closing address at the 8th annual Confer ence of american women s activities in the United kingdom Awa us in the Columbia club and Douglas House Here March 6-s. Conference keynote speaker As announced by mrs. Robert j. Pickhardt chairman will be sir Dermot a. Boyle former Marshall cow area elects irs. Ryan president Paris meet a Kurt special mrs. Ryan of Wiesbaden a Der member and former president of the Mali Council of Catholic women i been elected ident of the Furt area a serving with Are mrs. T. Barrens Nostadt and a Duffy vice dents mrs. B. Swanston Sec teary and n. A Cannon Frankfurt surer. Other newly elected club of or Are Spang Dahlen Germany no club mrs. William Rains Dent mrs. Clarence Pelzel mrs. J. E. Madison vice dents mrs. George Ramsey teary and mrs h. C. Mccoy mrs. George v. Warner treas Byan Bains Stulb Adana Turkey incl Lik no ves club mrs. Arthur r. Staib. I resident mrs. Kay Fraer. Vice president mrs. Mary Lechner and mrs. Lucille Young secretaries mrs. Nadell Black and i mrs. Francine Mcnett Charity Bazaar Bamberg Germany t special the annual Charity Bazaar of the officer1 wives club Here which provides funds for scholarship and welfare project has been scheduled for March l and 2 to the Post gymnasium. Mannheim Kae Fertal Germany first five graders wives club mrs. J. T. Tillmon president mrs. R. T. Reed and mrs. C f. Atkinson vice presidents mrs. R. F. Whitney Secretary and mrs. C. E. Lyle treasurer. Masonic group installs officers St a ram Stein Bureau Kaiserslautern Germany is new officers of Friend ship chapter 4, order of the East Ern Star in Kaiserslautern were installed at a meeting in the masonic Temple Here recently with Peter Rasmussen. Past Patron of peace chapter in Stutt Gart As installing officer. The new officers of the six year old chapter Are mrs Hugh Parsons worthy Matron Kermit Purcell worthy Patron mrs. Clarence Kelly associate Matron Jack Horne associate Patron Clarence Kelly treasurer mrs. Henry grass. Secretary mrs. Steven Carta conduct Ress mrs Jim Roan associate conduct Ress mrs. Robert f. Barling chaplain Elton pig got marshal mrs George Schoff stall Adah mrs. Carter Hurst. Ruth mrs. Jack Horne Esther mrs. Melvin Holm Martha mrs. M. H. Lund i Cleta mrs. Elton Piggot warder and Melvln Holm Sentinel. Trustees installed were Jack Home three Yoars Robert f. Barl Lotf. Two years and Kermit Purcell one year. Set Spring fair Heidelberg special fifty merchants from Italy eng land and Germany will display goods at the Spring fair of the Heidelberg american women s club it the Patrick Henry Vil Lage officers club March 2-4. A fur style show and Tea will be included in opening festivities for the fair which will raise funds for scholarships and Wel fare work. Mrs. Robert Agnew is chairman of the fair committee and mrs. J. W. Higgins jr., is president sets talks Paris is a news analyst on the French television network the directness of one of parts famous haute couture houses and a specialist in Franco Ameri can relations will address delegates from american women s organizations throughout France during the 7th annual conference of american women s activities in France away this week at Trio hotel palais d orsay Ninetle Spanier directness of Pierre Balmain will address a luncheon on tuesday and has invited conference delegates to attend a Spring showing at the fashion House following official conclusion of the session on wednesday. Leon zit one a news analyst for radio television f r n n c n i s a will talk at the wednesday luncheon. John w. To Wisekol Counselor for Public affairs at the . Embassy will deliver the keynote address it tuesday s opening session. To will be introduced by mrs. L. A Harliss of chateau Roux chairman. Educated in european schools mid at Princeton univer shy or. Mowinckel served with the marines during five european campaigns Normandy to Berlin during world War ii earning i he Bronze slur Silver Star and Crox de Guerre medals. For four years he served As Mediterranean regional correspondent for . Nows and world report joining i he . Information service in 1950. Mrs. John m. Gavin wife of the . Ambassador has invited the delegates to a Tea in the embassy residency Niue members of the Clit Fauroux officers and civil ions wives club will Model hats by n Paris Milliner prior to the wednesday luncheon. Discussion groups on club affairs youth activities Franco american relations and protocol have been included during the business session to offer an Exchange of ideas on club problems among the delegates. Of the Royal air Force a chief marshal and chief of the air staff prior to Hia retirement who will talk on the conference theme our Mutual mrs Jean Paul Ganseman of Brussels will speak on parliamentary procedures during the panel discussion on club management sir Douglas Jackman and William n. Clark Counselor for Public affairs at the . Embassy will speak on an Anglo american panel moderated by mrs. Robert w. Robinson. Sir Douglas was until his retirement air officer commanding in chief of the Raf maintenance command and the Only air marshal who was at one time an officer in b r 11 a i n b merchant Navy. Clark a former news correspondent and Public relations executive ii Usia assistant director for Europe. A spoke at last year s conference on the same subject. A Brunch fashion show lunch Eon reception and Tours of the new us. Embassy Are included on the lighter Side of the three Day conference Agenda. . Ambassador and mrs. David k. Ebruce will attend the reception. For further details see schedule below View travel films Stuttgart Germany Spe Cial movies taken during her visit to India and Ceylon were shown to the German american women s club Here by mrs. Maria Seifriz German president 8th annual conference american women s activities in the United kingdom Awa us March 9-6 in Douglas House and Columbia club Lancaster Gate London. Chairman mrs. Robert j. Fickhardt wife of the base executive officer Chelveston. Vice chairman mrs. Joseph j. Colasu Onno whose husband is in charge of o 1 u b 8 and non appropriated funds High Wycombe. Theme our Mutual Fickhardt Cou Nuonno March 6 10 . S . 3 30 . March 7 7 . 9 . 10 . Noon 3 . March 8 4 . 9 , 9 3 1 . 11 . Registration desk opens Colombia chill. Conducted Tours of . Embassy from Columbia club club displays open Douglas House opening session. Invocation chaplain capt f. L. Garrett. Opening remarks mrs. Pc Shordt. Panel discussions mrs. Francis e. Bunnell Moderator. Parliamentary procedures Kirs. Jean Paul Ganse Man constitutions mrs. Lawrence Spears. Budget and finance airs. William g. Brown. Reception Columbia club. Late registration by sinter Entrance Columbia club. Keynote address sir Dermot a. Boyle format marshal. Royal air Force. Luncheon and fashion show Douglas House. Buzz sessions. Presidents meeting mrs. E. M. Worthington. Small club clinic mrs. W. T. Robinson. Ways and Means airs. Robert a. Tyler. Programming mrs. Dore r. Garner. Membership mrs. Leslie Farmer. Buzz session summary late registration Columbia club. Anglo american panel airs. Robert a Robinson Moderator speakers. Sir Douglas Jackman for Mer commanding officer Royal air Force maintenance command William l. Clark Public affairs officer . Embassy London. Closing address mrs. Laurels Norstad wife of the supreme Allied commander in Europe conference summary mrs. Pickhardt. Introduction of 1863 Awa us chairman. Benediction chaplain

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