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JOIN THE CLASSS.
The Q. M. C. would call attention
to the article that appeared on Offi
cer’s page of the Caduceus, issue of
September 7th, 1918, in which is stat
ed, “Many of the officers who have
been enjoying horse back rides have
been compelled to turn in their
horses.” Someway to replace them at
once should be provided. Exercise is
one thing that an officer in a base
hospital does not get enough of, and
the outside of a horse is sure good
enough for a man.”
The Q. M. C. takes issue with the
statement that any. of the officers
have been/compelled to turn in their
horses and that_ horses cannot be ob
tained, but does not imply that it ever
has or will obtain same.
“Where there’s a will there’s a way,"
and vTOuld suggest that the horse back
enthusiast increase the membership of
Maj. Lahey’s setting up exercise class
by applying; for membership in same.
Capt. Clyde F. Ross is on a 5 day
leave of absence since Sept. 7th.
Mrs. Lahey of Boston is visiting her
husband Maj. PranlV M. Lahey.
D U C E U S
Lt. Hal Cowles is on a ten day vaca
tion at his home in Louiville, Ky.
Mrs. Richardson of Boston is visit
ing her husband Capt. Edw. Richard
Lt. Chas. H. Shumaker is on a fif
teen day leave at his home in Indiana.
Mrs. Wm. L. Munson of New York
is visiting her husband Lt. Wm. L.
Capt. Fred’k A. Webster joined this
Hospital staff from Rockerfeller In
stitute, New York City where he took
a course of instruction in infected
wounds. He is assigned to the surgi
Lt. John H. Hartwell has reported
for duty from Phila. He has been as
signed to the Surgical service.
Col. Renn, Commanding Officer of
this Base has returned from a con
ference at Washington, D. C.
Mrs. Johnson is visiting her hus
band Capt. A. E. Johnson.
Daily religious services have been
inaugerated in the Jewish Welfare
building. Visiting Rabbis have con-
;sented to come down occasionally and
.the venture seems to point to a suc
cessful existence. The‘evening ser
vices which draw the largest gather
ing commence at 7:30 P. M.
Arrangements are being completed
for the formal dedication of the New
Jewish Welfare building on Thurs
day afternoon Sept. 26. The building
will be accepted on the behalf of the
war department by the camp comnam-
der, and a list of prominent spend
ers have been scheduled to address
Camp No. 4
Sunday, Sept. 15
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Hearsl PatLe News
Continuous 12 o’clock noon till 11 p.m.
A Young Town
The Bank of Gastonia
Is the yourgest in
the city but it’s a
live and growing
one, like the town
And see our town
and our bank and
October 8, 9, 10, 1 I
and 12 be sure and
come over- and see.
Big Gaston County fair