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Image 22 of Frontier Nursing Service Quarterly Bulletin, Vol. 37, No. 4, Spring 1962

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20 FRONTIER NURSING snnvicm Everything has been so perfect that Im afraid Im going to regret leaving tomorrow. New London, New Hampshire-April 19, 1962 It seems strange that we are almost through now. School is ` ' over at the end of May and we graduate June 3. After Colby, I plan to transfer either to the University of Pennsylvania, Colum- 1 bia, or the University of Rochester. Sue Perry is going into s nursing, as you probably know. She is going to be studying at . Columbia. From Fanny McIlvains Mother, Devon, f PennsylvaniaApril 3, 1962 . Fan is busy these days bottle feeding eight Corgie puppies. 1 Our dear little Pogo died. The vet had to perform a Caesarian I and she went into shock and died. We loved her very much. Fan brought home eight little puppies weighing about one-fourth pound apiece. After ten days they are all flourishing and weigh j about one pound apiece. Fan gives them a bottle every three hours but not during the night. They lived on the kitchen table ; until yesterday but they outgrew their box and now are in a ` larger box in Fans bathroom. The most amazing thing is that k Deacon, Pogos father, and Eyk, Fans German Shepherd, have taken over cleaning up the pups and at each feeding they lick ` each pup from top to toekeeping them clean and healthy! Eyk , seems to know feeding time and waits at the door of the room until Fan comes with their meal. Eyk has never had a family - but she certainly has a maternal instinct. It really is an amaz- [ ing performance! f From Mrs. W. G. Ellis (Pam Dunn), West Point, . New York-April 11, 1962 We have our orders for Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, and plan to leave here August 1, our route being New Jersey and Grahams family; Delaware and mother; lunch with Aunt Dot and on to Bedford, Virginia, where Cynthia and Dusty are; Wendover, if L convenient for you; and on to Kansas. We are so pleased to be going to Leavenworth which is the Command and General Staff

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