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ANSWER EVERY CALL OF PAIN
.—Photo By TooTipy.
ARMY NURSES OF THE U. S. ARMY BASE HOSPITAL, CAMP GREENE
The spirit of Mercy hovers about every ward of the TJ. S. Army Base Hospital, Camp Greene because the
women pictured above are here. They are the graduate Army nurses of the hospital and it is their care which
sooths the pain of those who are brought to us for healing. Both the day nurses and those who keep the
watches of the night in the wards, are in the group which assembled, for The Caduceus photographer, on the
front steps of the Nurse’s home on Tuesday. ^ r:, c.. , ^ t
The names reading the top row from left to right, are: M. Louise Zilch, Ida Stoskoph, Julia Burgess, Alice
Newton, Clara Smith, Rena Andreas, Edytha Kenny. 2nd row: Elizabeth Uzelmier, Threasa Sonner, Martha Jehle,
Harriet Anderson Nora Whalan, Alice Lehnen, Gertrude Listen, Frances Kellett, Helen Pegg, Mary Keefe. 3rd
row- Hazel Saner Ella Milliard, Nell Kelley, Katheleen Theal, Theodora Converse, Bregetta Bononis, Emma
Schimmelman,.Lillian Blakely, Ruth Peterson, Eleanor Strafer, Helen Welch. 4th row: Nora Welch, Sarah Gardner,
Josephine Murray, Lillian Darrow, Mary Slocum, Hazel Lewis, Sarah Stevenson, Grace Harvey, Goldie Ray Shiv-
ley, Ethel Miller. 5th row: Anna Mullaney, Hattie Long, Anna Max, Vera Douglas, Leila Loggie, Martha Cain,
Ethyl Long, Anna Grabill, Mora Kelley, Miss Susan G. Parish, Chief Nurse.
On the step at the side of Miss Parish is “Frazzles” the french poodle which makes the rounds of the wards
with the Chief Nurse.
RETURN TO DUTY
Private 1st class Raymond DuQuette
has returned from his furlough and
may be seen most any time about
the hospifal and may be found en
gaged in labor occasionally.
Groceries ani 9V[eats
309 E. Trade St., Charlotte, N. C.
Miss Whalen, Miss Maish and Miss
Sarvis have recovered from their ill
ness and are now back on duty.
A well known and popular Sergeant
of the Base Hospital narrowly escaped
serious injury if not death, when on
his visit to the Poultry Show in Char
lotte, on Thursday, when he approach
ed the cage of a large and vicious Bel
gian Hare. This animal, no doubt
infuriated by the presence of this
Hoosier literary man, sprung furiously
against the bars of the cage, and only
by the timely efforts of the Sergeant’s
friends was he dragged away to safety.
The dancing class conducted by Mrs.
Baker at the Soldier’s club will be
held on Saturday afternoon at three
o’clock this week and hereafter the
class will meet on Saturday Instead
of Tuesday evening.
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