American Cancer Society Elects Officers Officers of the Carroll Ralston. Mrs. Clair Snyder. The service section of the wheelchairs are purchased as Crusade can contact Tan ounty Chapter of the Breda. Schoofs. Ned Coliison. chapter was one of 16 out of 103 needed. or Schoofs. The deadlin merican Cancer Society Mrs. Rita Wiederin. Mrs. chapters to receive an The chapter aided 22 cancer donations was set as .July Officers of the Carroll County Chapter of the American Cancer Society were elected at the quarterly meeting at the courthouse Tuesday night. Louis Schoofs. chairman. Leonard Rupiper. vice chairman. Templeton. and Lester Perschau. treasurer, were re-elected. Mrs. Dale Tiefenthaler. Breda, is the new secretary. The new chapter officers will serve for the year starting Sept. 1. Named to the advisory board were Mrs. Karl Nolin. Ralston. Mrs. Clair Snyder. Breda. Schoofs. Ned Coliison. Mrs. Rita Wiederin. Mrs. Robert Beeson. Mrs. Cecil Siemann. Melvin Riesberg. John Ragaller. Mrs. Dale Textor. Mrs. Allen Stroh. and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wieland, all of Carroll. Owen Martin received the chapter's nomination for the Harold W. Morgan "Outstanding Volunteer" award, which is made annually by the state division from nominations from the 103 chapters in Iowa. The service section of the chapter was one of 16 out of 103 chapters to receive an excellent rating from the Iowa division for the first two quarters of the 1973-74 year. Rehabilitation of mastectomy patients under the chairmanship of Sr. Norita Norton of St. Anthony's Hospital, and the loan closet, headed by Martin, are included in the service section. Martin reported that all of the chapter's sick room equipment is in constant use and additional walkers and wheelchairs are purchased as needed. The chapter aided 22 cancer patients last year in Carroll County, including rehabilitation, loan of sick room equipment, parttime nursing services, and transportation. There were 49 deaths recorded officially from cancer during the year. Partial results of the 1974 Crusade total between $3.100 and $3,200. Martin Tan Creti, Crusade chairman, reported. Any persons in the county wishing to donate to the Crusade can contact Tan CreLi or Schoofs. The deadline for donations was set as July 1. Report of the memorials chairman. Mrs. C. K. Mcllvain. was also received. Mrs. Mcllvain will continue to serve as memorials chairman for the coming year. Mrs. Doris Snyder. education chairman, reported on meetings held for various groups throughout the county and on films shown and educational materials disseminated. Attention was called to the OPEN WED. and FRI. till 9 - SUNDAY 1-5 SBRNBTT WESTGATE MALL Carroll, Iowa What is cool,tingly, fragrant and refreshing? ONLY $2.50 Limited Time This delightful version of AMBUSH at this fantastic special price lets you spray, spray, spray! Stay cool . . . spray cool. 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Vinyl bag and header package. 59< Value Times Herald, Carroll, la. m Wednesday, May 29, 1974 1 new program available I'nr Iowa women lor (he early detection and treatment of breast cancer, by use of tho latest thermography equipment installed in Iowa Lutheran Hospital in Des Moines. under sponsorship of the American Cancer Society and the National Cancer Service. The unit is one of only 29 in the United States and while the cost of the equipment is almost a third of a million dollars, the service is free to any woman in Iowa. Three first-time members were welcomed to the meeting. Chairman Schoofs announced that committee assignments for the coming year will be made before the next quarterly meeting. All interested persons are invited to volunteer their help in the fight against cancer. Eight Books Reviewed at PEG Meeting Mrs. George Holland presented the program titled "Love Is . . .Living Through Books" at a meeting of Chapter EB. P.E.O.. Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. H. K. Richardson. In the business meeting it was announced that the state convention will be held at Ames June 5-7, and that Mrs. H. Rand Petersen of Harlan will be the speaker at 10 a.m. on the 7th. Mrs. Petersen. president of the state Board of Regents, is the former Mary Louise Anneberg of Carroll. Mrs. Holland's program consisted of a series of brief reviews of several best sellers. She concentrated primarily upon books based in Washington and written by newspapermen. She stressed the importance of the free and uncontrolled press in America. Reviewed were "Facing the Lions" by Tom Wicker: "Come Nineveh. Come Tyre" by Allen Drury; "Burr" by Gore Vidal: "What You Don't Know Can Hurt You" by Lester Market: ''The Anderson Papers" by Jack Anderson: "The Imperial Presidency" by Arthur Schlesinger: "Kissinger" by- David Landau: and in cdnc'l'u'sion. '"Wh'at Ever Became of Sin?" by Dr.-Karl Mehninger: Co-hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. C. E. Mcllvain and Mrs. Howard B. Wilson. Clubs Entertained; Some End Season THIS WEEK The TOWN AND COUNTRY Club met for bridge Tuesday night at the country home of Mrs. Henry Steinkamp, whose additional guest was Mrs. Paul Veriteicher. Prize winners were Mrs. Matt Hugeback, Mrs. Norbert To Wed . . . Marilyn Strosahl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clausie Strosahl of Manning, is the Sept. 21 bride-elect of Gail Mumm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mumm of Westside. Miss Strosahl attended Iowa Western Community College and is employed in the physical therapy department of St. Anthony Regional Hospital. Mr. Mumm graduated this year from Western Iowa Tech and is working at V and H Firestone in Denison. Guests were Mrs. Stuart Paterson of Chapter DJ.. Kansas City. Mo.; Mrs. Opal Smith of Chapter DO. Decorah: and Mrs. Ivy Reifshneider of Chapter BP, Omaha. Refreshments were served from a table decorated with Japanese irises. Mrs. Holland poured. Convention reports will be heard at the next meeting. June 11 at the home of Mrs. Walter Anneberg: Honored by Rebekahs A group of members of the Rebekah Lodge of Odebolt called recently on Mrs. Ray Boughton.pf Carroll at the 'Carroll Health Center. ' • They presented her with a 50-year pin and an orchid. Mrs. Boughton attained her 50-year membership in the Rebekahs this month. Hermsen and Mrs. Joe Pick. Plans were made for the club's closing picnic on June 10. Meeting at Mrs. R. K. Cooper's home for an afternoon bridge party were A.B. CLUB members and two other guests, Rita Clark of Des Moines and Mrs. Leo Schueller. Mrs. Roy Heuton held high score and Mrs. Wayne Harriott, second. The next party will be at Mrs. Harriott's home, June 11. Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen was hostess at the GOLDEN CIRCLE Club's weekly bridge party, held at the clubrooms in the afternoon. Mrs. Laura Finegan, Mrs. Ernestine Sanders and Mrs. Frances Weitl received score prizes. Hostess next week will be Mrs. Lucille Schriner. The DELTA DEK Club ended its season Tuesday night at Mrs. H. L. Silsby's home. High score bridge prize was awarded to Mrs. John H. Fortune. Mrs. Lambert Thelen won second and Mrs. Carl Hess, third. Euchre was played at the F.N.W. CLUB'S evening party at the home of Mrs. Frank Goetzinger. Mrs. Frances Irlmeier and Mrs. Marie Eich were high score prize winners. Winning second were Mrs. Ed Hannasch and Mrs-. Hugo Wessling. The traveling prize went to Mrs. Margaret Sapp. The club will discontinue its parties during the summer months. Mrs. Paul Snyder was hostess for the SPELA KORT Club's final bridge party of the season, entertaining at her home. Winners were Mrs. William Stickrod, high: Mrs. James Kanne. second; and Mrs. Harold Bierl, traveling.' Another bridge club that ended the season Tuesday night was the A.B.C. CLUB, at the home of Mrs. William C. Frank. Mrs. Ed Johnson received high score prize and Mrs. Merle Stevens, second. Mrs. D. L. Hillyer also won a prize. She will be the first hostess in the fall. , Calendar WEDNESDAY- County Legion Auxiliary Arcadia Dealers 9. Mrs. Gene Heithoff H. G. Club. Mrs. Ted Wiederin 2-4-T Club. Mrs. Lewis Voyles Golden Circle euchre . Friendly Neighbor Club. Mrs. Art Otto THURSDAY- Eight O'clock Club, no-hostess dinner. Country Club New Deal Club. Mrs. Ed Johnson Duplicate Bridge. 9:45 a.m.. IPS STOP Club. 7 p.m.. 408 W. 7th St. FR1DAY- Golden Circle pinochle JUNG'S Typing Course Details Given Details concerning the six-week summer typing course were announced Monday by George H. Fair. Carroll High School principal. The typing course will begin Monday. June 3 with classes held at 8 and 9:30 a.m.. five days a week at Fairview school. Book fee is $5. Adults and students interested should register and pay the fee in the office of the principal. Students must have completed the sixth grade in order to be eligible for the class. 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