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Image 57 of Frontier Nursing Service Quarterly Bulletin, Vol. 38, No. 2, Autumn 1962

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l QUARTERLY BULLETIN sa N Many friends, old and new, have dropped by for lunch, or tea, or to see around the Hospital, and we are grateful to all of you whose interest in our work brings you to see us. l The FNS staff celebrated Thanksgiving in its traditional way with dinner at Wendover at noon on Thanksgiving Day. Most of the staff were able to come in. The river wasnt fordable Ar but the weather was lovely and no one minded walking around ,, the mountain and across the swinging bridge. In addition to our "fami1y", Mrs. Breckinridges niece and her husband, Mr. and gpg Mrs. John Marshall Prewitt of Mt. Sterling, and Dr. and Mrs. i Brewers son, George, were with us. l EGGING HER ON The river running through our neighbours small farm was a grand playground for their ducks. One day the farmers wife noticed the drake chasing one of them away from the water, urging her in the direction of home. Every now and then she , squatted in the grass, and he nudged her sharply with his bill until she resumed her homeward waddle. Having succeeded at last in persuading her to enter the duck-hull, he sat down out- i side and waited. Soon a quack sounded from within and the duck emerged, wings flapping; the drake rose to his feet and T together they scurried back to the river. When the farmers wife looked into the hull there in the nest was a newlaid egg. L Mary Nicholson -The Countrymrm, Summer 1962. Edited by John Cripps, Burford, Oxfordshire, England. Annual subscription for American readers $3.50 checks on their own banks. r Published quarterly by The Countryman, 10 Bouverie Street, London, E.C. 4. sb" T HEADACHES S The prevalence of headaches is probably back of that claim l Q by a scientist that pain strikes the body in the weakest place. f f Contributed

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