Blood donations 1944
nose was and Lt. home nose have APPOINTMENTS GIVEN 200 AS Â·Â»Â· *%Â«*Â·Â» **Mfci*kM4| bLUUU UUNUIft More than 200 Adams countians Monday received "appointments to save a life" as volunteer donors the twelfth visit here Friday of blood receiving unit of .the Red Cross from Harrisburg. Appointments Appointments begin at noon and continue throughout the afternoon with the minimum goal for the day set 150 points. On the first anniversary visit-Of the Donor Service unit to this county, the local chapter hopes to set the pace for the year in -which least 1,800 pints of blood are to reach the goal of "a pint of for every man in the service." today of of reach the offices. of purchases committee thus be the 1225 Pints Last Year Last year volunteers gave 1,225 pints of .blood on 11 Donors The last volunteers gave blood November. No visit was-made last month. ' .. Â· Radford H. Lippy, Blood Donor Donor Service' chairman for the county, "explained today that more than 200 appointments were in the hope that absentees and rejections would leave 150 or more acceptable donors. Colds and grip push the absentees and rejection figures specially high at this time year, he pointed out, and urged persons with appointments, who they will be unable to keep- for any reason; notify him as as possible so that substitutes be called from a list of volunteers. Listing New Donors --A campaign is being made to secure new donors for the Donor Service registry and new names being added daily, Mr. Lippy New donors may register either Lippy's store on Chambersbtirg street or at the Red Cross office the court house. Local trained nurse* and nurses' aides again will serve at the station in the basement of the Christ Lutheran church. Regular staff members of the local Red Cross chapter will handle registrations registrations this time, relieving Mr. Dr. Dwight F. Putman. and Mrs. Henry M. Scharf, who have for past sessions. Mrs. Earl. and Mrs. P. J. McGIynn have assigned to that work for Friday. Mrs. Radford" Lippy and Mrs. George W. Boehner will continue their regular staff duties at the station. Gettysburg college coeds who members of the Delta Gamma Chi Omega fraternities will serve the dining room, Friday, while group of EaSt Berlin women by Mrs. Elmer Graver will be charge in the kitchen.