Page 19 of 9 Nov 1975 Issue of Big Spring Herald in Big-Spring, Texas

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Big Spring Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1975, Big Spring, Texas Life saving technique to be demonstrated every Day Many people particularly Middle aged men die suddenly of heart attack. In too Many cases of sudden death caused by heart attack the first few moments Are crucial and the victim might have been saved a Basic life saving technique is cardiopulmonary resuscitation car. This technique should provide emergency life support until the victim can receive medical attention More important it keeps oxygenated blood flowing to the brain until appropriate medical treatment can restore Normal heart action a general meeting to inform the Public of the emergency first Aid procedure of cardiopulmonary resuscitation to will be held at 7 30 p m monday at the Howard College auditorium this activity is being sponsored by the Howard county Extension service Howard county Council on aging and the Howard county Home demo Strai on Council posse club elects officers new officers were elected at the tuesday evening meeting of the Howard county posse club held at the Texas Klee Trie Reddy room Max Gamble presided during the meeting. The new officers will take charge of the december meeting. Elected at the meeting were Edd Cherry president Frank Knapp vice president mrs Barry Watson Secretary mrs Geneva Roberts treasurer and mrs Laura Duke reporter Bat a Burns was elected As the Queen w Ith Carol Anne Cone As alternate. Delegates to the National sheriffs posse club Are or. And mrs Cecil Allred and mrs Francis Cherry. Mrs Ruth Nanny and mrs Jesse Cone were elected As play Day secretaries. The executive Board members Are Edd Cherry. Cecil Allred Lloyd Murphy. Clinton Harrison Clyde Robert and Max Robert. Members attending the meeting finalized plans for improving us Arena on the Andrews Hwy corrals and roping chutes Are lobe built. Kenneth Randall. Crit car will to explained and demonstrated by Kenneth Randall Crit he is a certified respiratory therapist at Malone Hogan Hospital where the staff is headed by Bruce Hinshaw. Randall has a degree in respiratory therapy from Al Central College in Dallas and clinical training at Parkland medical childrens medical methodist medical and Baylor medical where he worked for two years. Randall has been in big Spring for two years coming from Greensboro n c. He is also a pre med student at the University of Texas permian Basin this program is designed to create a Public awareness of the need of such training following the general session there will be an Opportunity to Register for classes open to the general Public and taught by qualified instructors. Anyone including teenagers and older children can learn this lifesaving technique Malone Hogan Hospital is interested in Community health education and sup porting the Community in providing this information the film props and hand out materials Are furnished by the american heart association for More information Call miss Sherry Mullin county Extension agent 267-8469 everyone is invited someday you May have an Opportunity to save a life hyperion club to give photo to museum during the business meeting of the 1955 hyperion club members voted to support the Christmas gift program at the state Hospital a Bicentennial movie a a the Midnight ride of Paul Revere a and the restoration fund for the Potten House the meeting was held tuesday evening in the Home of mrs Jack Powell co hostess were mrs James Cap and mrs. Walter Ross. Or Gage Lloyd spoke to the group about Early religion in the big Spring area. Has meeting the newcomers handicraft club met wednesday a morning in the first Federal Community room mrs Karen de la Rosa was the hostess members shared their critiques and suggestions on the individual project each was working on mrs. Julia curotto and mrs Ronnie Webb attended the meeting As guests. Lucille Mcfarlin Speaks to auxiliary to Rebekah Lodge big Spring Texas Herald sun., nov. 9, 1975 3-c District president Speaks meets monday Sears discover How easy it is to order from Sears Catalon Aud now. For a limited time Lilly save 3 on any order of $35 a a a or More from Sears 1975 fall Winter Catalon make your shopping list today. Thousands of items in our fall big Book to choose from. Many of them never reduced in our Sale supplements. When you place your order Don t forget to ask for the $3 discount certificate but ends soon. Satisfaction guaranteed or your Money Back shop at Sears and save Sears 403 Runnels �?267-5522 parking a 9 of to 5 30 the Christensen Tucker auxiliary to the Vetera As of foreign wars met monday evening at the vow Hall on Driver Road. Mrs. Rosendo Santellan presided mrs. Lucille Mcfarlin of Odessa president of District 25, spoke to the group on accomplishments of the vow auxiliaries. Members voted to make a donation of $54 to the state cancer fund. The local auxiliary participated in the raising of $210 from District 25 for the cancer fund a Cookbook donated by mrs Mcfarlin will be Given As a door prize at the next meeting. Mrs. Mattie Wren and mrs. Pauline Petty reported that they served refreshments to the residents of the veterans administration Hospital monday morning. The vow auxiliary received an invitation from the Dav auxiliary to share a thanksgiving dinner the evening of nov. 17 at the vow Hall Post and auxiliary members were served refreshments at a social hour following the meetings visitors at the social hours were Rudy Hernandez of Monahans commander of District 25 from Midland Charles w West of Midland Junior vice commander of District 25, Vernon Sexson District 25 chaplain from Midland and or and mrs j. G Mcfarlin of Odessa Rebekah slate initiation service the John a. Kee Rebekah xxi be will hold an initiation ceremony tuesday evening at the i x f Hall. All officers should be present at 6 45 p m in formal attire. The ceremony was planned at the tuesday evening meeting of the Rebekah. Mrs. Lois Hood presided at the meeting Larkin Martin was elected to membership mrs. Dee Martin Lodge Deputy presented mrs svelte Hill with a cer Tifi Cateon perfection All Rebekah Odd Fellows and their families were invited to a Fellowship meeting at the Snyder roof Hall on nov 15 at 7 p m mrs Florence elder president of the West Texas District ii association of Rebekah gave a Brief talk about future association meetings at the tuesday evening meeting of the big Spring Rebekah Lodge 284 held at the roof Hall mrs. Mary Cole District Deputy president from the John a Kee Rebekah Lodge gave a school of instruction visitors were present from the John a. Kee Lodge and the Odessa Rebekah Lodge. Members approved a raise in dues to $10 a year per member members reported 18 sick visits and a number of Telephone Calls to sick members. Mrs. Mabel Morrison and mrs Gladys Sudberry were introduced As initiates in the local Rebekah Lodge by Transfer club members discussed plans to attend a production of a a woman less wedding by the men of the roof Lodge 372 the production will be at 7 p m nov 15 at the Snyder roof Hall. Mrs Minnie Unger mrs. Sarah Griffith and mrs. Florence elder were honoured for their birthdays. Mrs Sybil Burklow mrs. Rosilee Hill. Mrs Lola Cockerham and mrs. Demo porch served on the refresh ment committee for the salad supper the 1941 study club met monday evening in the Home of mrs Wendell Shive mrs Grady Tindol was the co hostess the Rev r Gage Lloyd gave a program on religion in Early West Texas a thanksgiving dinner will be held at the next meeting slated for 7 p m nov 24 in the Home of or and mrs Don Mckinney. Jim Shugart Coupon she t. G. Amp y. Family Center Highland shopping Center Friday a saturday. 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