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Image 9 of The Quarterly Bulletin of The Frontier Nursing Service, Inc., Vol. VII, No. 4, Spring 1932

Part of Frontier Nursing Service Quarterly Bulletins

4 Faowrima NURSING smnvxcm 7 a definite proportion of each years budget by making the West _ Indies Cruise an annual affair, in which there is no possibility 1 of loss and, under brighter conditions, a substantial remunera- tion. Our one aim, to make the cruise just a royal good time Q for everyone so that all would want to go again, has been achieved. Will those who contemplate a cruise for next year write us, with suggestive itineraries on the basis of 16 days, s including 6 ports? We know that the Canal, Jamaica and ; Havana are always desired, but we can meet any variety wished i in the smaller ports of call. ? The grateful thanks of all are tendered to the officers and i personnel, including the cruise director, of the M. V. Britannic, 1 for their wonderful courtesy and cooperation, and to the man- agement of the International Mercantile Marine. An article on the Frontier Nursing Service, by Ernest _ Poole, written after a weeks travel through our territory, will appear in the June issue of Good Housekeeping Magazine. ~ ( i We are always grateful for your old school books, maps, bird charts, etc., which we pass on to the little one-room rural school teacher. It is not infrequent to find in the mountains a _ class of 20 children learning from one tattered textbook be- j cause they cannot afford to buy books.

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