Duke Hospital, InterCom
Caiidystripers ttaine and worked.
Each daj' there were many girls to do
many duties. While the majority of
>irls were local, there were a couple oi'
girls from Hillsboro, one from Butner,
one from Henderson, one from Meb-
ane, one from White Lake, one from
(Cherry Point, plus girls from Florida.
Texas and Massacliusetts. These 115
girls contributed 7265 hours of sei'v-
ice cheerfully and eagerly.
As a reward, a swim party was
held at the home of Mrs. 0. B. Esval
in Hope Valley. Some fifty girls came.
The day was beautiful and the girls
had a wonderful time. As a pleasant
surprise, Mr. Frenzel dropped in. He
presented the wallet cards which in
dicate the number of hours of service
to each girls. The hungry, thirsty
group enjoyed the catered, light suji-
])er. As the girls left, the majority
said they would be back next vear.
Tinu‘ will tell. We hope they will.
When the candystripers left, one
doctor remarked tluit it would take a
month to get over the loss of the help
of the girls.
Dining Room Re-opens
The staff dining room at Duke Hos
pital has been renovated to provide
greater service capacity and a wider
selection of foods. The $60,000 three-
month project, completed Septembei'
1, included installation of new cafe
teria serving units, new furniture in
part of the dining room rearrange
ment of serving lines, and re-decora
The changes have increased the
serving capacity of the dining room
from around 500 to 800 ])ersons at
each meal. The renovation was neces
sitated by increases in the number of
Medical Center personnel sei-ved in
the dining room.
The photo shows the cafeteria serv
ing unit in the dining room. Service
is speeded up by a double food line.
(Duke Photo by Sparks)