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Image 67 of The Quarterly Bulletin of The Frontier Nursing Service, Inc., Vol. 27, No. 4, Spring 1952

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J F1>.oN11ER NURSING srmvicn as . Our old friend, Mrs. Ray Roberts of Hyden, a member of i the Order of the Eastern Star, had tea with us one afternoon J? in April, bringing with her Mrs. Clyde McNeill, Worthy Grand li Matron of the Order of the Eastern Star of Kentucky, and Mrs. M. H. Rose, Deputy Grand Matron, who were making an annual Q inspection of the local Chapter, the oilicers and members of p ` which are to be congratulated upon receiving high praise from I * the Worthy Grand Matron. It is a happy time for all when members of Dr. and Mrs. ,5 den Dulks families come to visit with them at Joy House. Re- , cently Dr. den Dulks brother and an uncle, both from Holland, rl visited with them. Since the uncle does not speak English the { family, when alone, spoke in Dutch. Bill, aged nine, complained to his mother and explained his restlessness at meals. "Im bored, Mother, theres no one for me to talk to !" Z In March we had an all too brief visit from Mr. and Mrs. f Tyson Gilpin, Jr. (courier, Catherine Mellick), who "1ooked in" j; on Wendover for an hour or so. As we go to press we have visiting us Mrs. John R. Rodman, Jr. (old staff member Betty ; Holmes), and her charming five-year-old daughter, Deborah. A We have had visits from other old staff members and friends ; from far and near, but there is never the space for us to men- i tion them all. I Those of you who know our David Johnson personally or 3 through the pages of this Bulletin will be glad to know that David has been back in these United States since last November. { After serving almost a year beyond his period of enlistment in lg the Army (nearly two years of which were spent in Korea), { David received his discharge and is now living in London, Ken- % tucky, with his bride, an attractive London girl. They, and Davids brother, Gordon, spent a whole Sunday with us recently. It is good to have David home again. V A most welcome gift came to us in April when five members of the Womens Auxiliary of St. Marks Episcopal Church in Hazard visited Wendover, bringing with them twelve beautiful `gv baby blankets as a donation to the Service. Several of us are

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