Arnold, Lou Ann completes Civil Def Class

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inj a in in reports set of p.m. 2 p.m. 2 2 at MEDICAL SELF HELP certificates, received by 16 members of. the Orem Jaycee Wives, are examined by Fred Loveless, Utah County Civil Defense director. director. Seated, from left, are three of the women who completed the 12-week course, Lou Ann Arnold, Carolyn Boley, and Sharon Salmon Springville Club Wins $300 Award Three Utah women's clubs Friday shared $1,000 in prizes for their efforts to aid grassroots grassroots education in the annual General Federation of Women's Clubs-Shell Oil Company education education program. First prize of $500 went to the Tooele- Civic League of Tooele, a $300 second prize was awarded awarded to the Companions Club of Springville, and a $200 third prize was given to the Civic improvement Club of Brigham fitv \ji\,y. The Tooele Civic League won its award for providing scholarships scholarships for students attending technical or vocational schools. The Companions Club won its award for its efforts to further further the education of children at the youth center of the state hosptial. To help build the self- esteem of these emotionally- disturbed children and to help meet their basic school needs, the club purchased books, articles of clothing and other items for their use. The club's 25 members also donated clothing clothing worth an estimated $100. Through the club's direct efforts, efforts, five children at the center were provided for, giving them a better self-image and an improved improved attitude toward school and learning. The club's project project also prompted merchants, Certification By Orem ]. OREM — Sixteen members of the Orem Jaycees Wives are well qualified for their part in a community service organization. organization. They have Just completed a 12-week medical self help and Top Women Officers Set Visit A spokesman for the U. S. Army Recruiting Main Station, Salt Lake City, today announced that the director of the Women's Women's Army Corps, Colonel Elizabeth Elizabeth B. Hoisington, and Colonel Althea B. Williams, chief nurse, Sixth U. S..Army, will speak to a host of students and guests in Brigham Young University's Wilkinson Center at 2:15 p.m., on May 8th. The affair, which will be held in honor of the Women's Army Corps and the U. S. Army fturses Corps, has been designed designed to emphasize some of the major roles of these two branches of the U. S. Army. All interested persons are cordially cordially invited to attend. •k 4* A Store herbs and spices in tightly Covered jars and out of bright light to preserve their flavor. ,by George R. McKinney, Orem Civil Defense director. The women received certificates certificates at graduation ceremonies held in the Utah County Emergency Emergency Operating Center, located in the basement of the County Jail. Certificates were awarded awarded by Fred Loveless, Utah County Civil Defense director. Completing the course were Audrey Anderson, Lou Ann Arnold, Arnold, Charlotte Austin, Annette Barrett, Carolyn Boley, Patsy Clegg, Rayanna Christiansen, Sandy Crawford, Kay Cowan, Mary Eckert, Diane Jacobson, Marie Nicholes, Connie Robins, Ruth Lynn Rowley, Sharon Salmon, and Charlene Wakefield. Wakefield. On completion of the cours* they presented Mr. McKinney with a watch for his volunteer service in instructing the course. This is the second group to complete the instruction instruction within the past two weeks. Mr. McKinney just graduated several members of the Gent's Car Club, who participated in another course. fr/omenh with

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  1. The Daily Herald,
  2. 06 May 1969, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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