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grandma speech - Waterworth, president of the Clearfield County...
Waterworth, president of the Clearfield County Auxiliary. Nurses Meet For Annual Dinner; Mrs. Price Talks Auxiliary Clearfield Woman J. C. Blair Memorial Hospital Nurses Alumnae Association met for Its annual dinner party Sunday evening, October 14, in the Penn Hunt Hotel. Thirty- seven attended. Keynote speaker for the evening was a graduate of the nursing school, Mrs. Leona Price, who spoke regarding her-fie Id of nursing: Coordination of Health and Nutrition for theChildDevel- opment Program of the Trl-County Community Action Agency. In" the three-county area, there are 160 children served, Mrs. Price stated. . A most delicious ham dinner was enjoyed by ail prior to Mrs. Price's message. Tables were beautifully decorated with candles in bouquets .of white chrysanthemums, a gift of Mrs. Gladys Z. Miller. Mrs. Pauline Wallace made the clever favors. Dinner Invocation was given by Mrs. Pauline Bollinger and a moment of silence was observed in memory of departed members. Roll call was conducted by Mrs. Mary Showalter, president. Each one present gave her name, address and home activities. Mrs. Hazel Port served as receptionist for the affair. There 'are five Head Start groups and two DayCare Centers In operation in the Bedford, Huntingdon and Fulton County area, said Mrs. Price. • The responsibility of the pro- Karthryn Kyper Cited gram is to check all children, plan for medical and denta.1 ex- At HonOfS Day Program ams and help the family in correcting any health defects found Kathryn M, Kyper, daughter of in the children. Mr. and Mrs. J. Frederick Kyp- This is a federally funded pro- er of Huntingdon R.D. 2, is on,e gram for deprived and handicap- of 23 students who received aw- ped children and their families, ards or prizes at the annual fall "We not only work with the children in health and nutrition but work with the whole family to help them become aware of the many things available to help them have a better life," concluded Mrs/ Price. A question and answer period followed her talk. A lengthy discussion ensued concerning contributions for the memorial fund at the hospital. Donations .were made to the fund with Mrs. Gladys Z. Miller In charge. :. Committees were appointed for next year's banquet which will be held October 12, at the Penn Hunt Hotel. Mrs. Jean Stone was In charge of the awarding ol door prizes. T hose .rece Ivlng the beaut iful floral centerpieces were Mrs. Mary Fields, Mrs. Fleeta Layton, Mrs. Emma Pick, Mrs.Florence Walker, Mrs. Leona Price, Mrs. Ge rtrude Gutshall, E thel Henderson, Romaine Hershberger, Phyllis Hall, Ivy Krider, Mary Wilson, Jeannette Schell, Catherine Karns, Ruth LynnJ Fleeta Layton, Emma Landell, Thelma Miller, Helen Morrow, Jeannette Mencli, Charlotte Myers, Ruth Prendergast, Leona Price, Emma Pick, Mary Showalter, Jean StoneL Mattle Tate, Myrtle Van- divorf, Esther Walkey, Pauline Wallace, Gladys Miller, Mary Endres, Hazel Port and Florence Walker. Effective Remensnyder Clearfield will be Women's sylvanla Medical becomes the the organization. r Mrs. Gilmore member of the Society Auxiliary her family N.C., In 1953. During the various offices County Auxiliary dent In 1969. has served the organization in Most recently first vice membership organization. Mrs. Gilmore Nescopeck and degree from University and onomics in the She also served extension home Juniata County Philadelphia and Counties. Mrs. Gilmore Presbyterian scout program. active volunteer Hospital, where elect of the belongs to the Association of the Daughters Revolution. Mrs. Giro ore a radiologist, five children, and two sons. Greatest is that of the cypress in which has a

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  1. The Daily News,
  2. 18 Oct 1973, Thu,
  3. Page 14

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