Clipped From Carrol Daily Times Herald
a $629 Given in MD Drive A total of $629.92 for th« Muscular Dystrophy Assn. wna collected In January by cooperative cooperative efforts of Hugh do Paycn Chapter, Ordor of De- Molay, and tho Carroll Assembly, Assembly, Order of Rainbow for Girls, It was announced Thursday Thursday by Glonn Lockhart, De- Molay "Dad." The principal amount was donated donated during two house-to-house drives, on which solicitors were accompanied by mombers of the DeMolay advisory council and the Rainbow advisory board. The final tabulation came after canisters were collected collected from business counters. The local drive was part of a state-wide effort by the Da- Molay order to conduct the march for muscular dystrophy. The drive here was spearheaded spearheaded by Clyde Holsapple, master counselor of DeMolay, and Debbie Thorup, worthy advisor advisor of Rainbow. The principal amount will go for research of the disease, for which no cause nor cure has been determined. The disease principally afflicts young persons persons the age of the members of the two organizations. The funds also are used to assist patients through therapy, service service programs and clinics.