The Centennial Organ Dedication
The Organ was constructed and installed by M. P. Moller, Inc., Hagerstown, Maryland, from specifications suggested by Dr. Charles Greenwood, Mr. Newton Pashley and Professor Herbert Nanney, with valuable advice and assistance from Mr. Walter B. Kennedy and Mr. Richard Purvis. The final reconciliation was made by Mr. Roy C. Brown and Mr. Eugene Poole, West Coast Representative of M. P. Moller, Inc., whose constant friendly assistance and cooperation are gratefully acknowledged.
We wish to give special thanks to Mr. Thomas M. Price for his untiring efforts in securing this magnificent instrument for the use of this church and the community.
We also wish to pay tribute to Mr. Roy C. Brown, whose valuable knowledge and whose investigation and research assisted greatly in the selection made by the Organ Committee.
The Organ Committee: Mr. Thomas M. Price, Chairman; Mrs. Joseph A. Jenkins, Mrs. George S. Parry, Mrs. Edgar J. Touraine, Mrs. Glen Tuttle, Miss Lillian Sidey, Mr. George R. Hunter, Mr. Roy C. Brown and Mr. Rudolph Jenny.
The Music Committee: Mr. George R. Hunter, Chairman; Mrs. George R. Hunter, Mrs. Joseph A. Jenkins, Mrs. George S. Parry, Mrs. W. O. Gennert, Mrs. Roy C. Brown and Mr. Roy C. Brown.
The Organ was made possible through the generosity of many people, as stated on the Memorial Plaque to be placed in the Narthex, which is inscribed as shown on the last page.