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    Duke University Medical Center, InterCom
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CONSTRUCTION CONTINUES ON THE NEW MAIN ENTRANCE BUILDING.—
This picture of the construction, taken by Medical Illustration artist, Bob Blake on
March 18, reveals how much progress has been made since the picture was taken. Since
March 18, the skeleton of the second story has gone up, and work has begun on the third
It won’t be long now!
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From the Auxiliary
(Continued from page 4)
William Graham, Chris Hamlet,
Ruth King, Albert Massey, H. L.
Monk, John L. Moorhead, Wesley
Seekamp, L. C. Patee, Haywood
Taylor, D. U. Stickel, and P. H.
Triekey
Properties and Marking: Mrs. Frank
Bassett
Publicity: Mrs. Stanley Appel
Finances: Mrs. Shelton Smith
Receiving: Mrs. John M. H. Hart
Once again we have Miss Lelia
Clark to thank for arranging our
successful orientation program which
was held one afternoon a week for
seven weeks. Nine of our volunteers
came for the sessions, and all of them
expressed a deeper appreciation of
our hospital when they had finished
the course.
This year we have had several house
counselors from East Campus and
many coeds helping us on our various
services, and we appreciate their in
terest very much. Since this is the
last issue before they go home for the
summer, the Auxiliary wants to say
thank you, and we hope to have many
of you back in the fall.
With this issue, the publicity chair
man for our Auxiliary, Mrs. Peggy
Warner, is saying goodbye. We will
miss her and hope she and her family
will be very happy in Nashville, Ten
nessee.
In closing, I want to say how
pleased we are to have Nancy Craven
back with us again after a second
serious operation. I want to say
thank you to all those who helped
during her illness. Also, a special
thanks to Mary Daugherty.
CHECKERS, ANYONE?
During spring ‘ ‘ closet clean
ing,” please remember that an old,
unused checker set (and other
games) may help a patient to
“while away” some mighty long
hours.
So, instead of throwing old
games away, w'hy not bring them
to the Auxiliary?
ENGAGEMENTS
Nursing Service
Linda Grubermann is to marry
Richard Seale on June 12. Miss
Grubermann is a staff nurse on Cush
ing.
Marty Jacobson and Pat Mauney
are engaged. They are both atten
dants on Meyer and Cabell.
Sally Mills in engaged to Andy
Notis. Sally and Andy are also at
tendants on Meyer and Cabell.
WEDDING BELLS
Dietetics
The former Miss Marcia Harris,
dietetic intern, was married Febru
ary 12,1965 to Lt. Robert Broxton of
Fort Bragg, N. C. The couple was
married in Duke Chapel.
NEW ARRIVALS
Hospital Biisiness Office
Mr. and Mrs. David N. Ijaws, a
daughter, Kimberly Ann, on De
cember 22, 1964. Mrs. (Linda) Laws
is employed by the hospital book
keeping section.
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Nursing Service
Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Miller, a
boy, Charles Scott, on January 18.
Mrs. Miller is a staff nurse on Meyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Spruil Bunn, a boy,
Brent, in late February. Mrs. Bunn
is the former Betty Mraz and was
employed on Meyer.
Pediatrics
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Roe, a daugh
ter, on January 20.
Dr. and Mrs. N^elson Weston, a
daughter, on February 6.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Ayers, a
daughter, on February 15.
Dr. and Mrs. William Scroggie, a
daughter, on March 2.
Physical Therapy
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Grabski, a son,
Eric Michael, on March 18. Mrs.
Grabski is a staff nurse on MOPC.
Mr. Grabski is a physical therapist.
SPDC
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Horton, a daugh
ter, Mary McLendon, on February
15. Mrs. (Jann) Horton is a former
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