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Published quarterly by the Frontier Nursing Service, Lexington, Ky.  
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $l.00 PER YEAR f
VOLUME V. JUNE, 1929 NUMBER 1  
"Entered as second class matter ./une 30, 1926, at the Past Office at Lexington,  
Ky., under the Act 0f Alarch 3, 187.9."  
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FOREWORD
' On our fourth birthday, following our yearly custom, we
present to the public which supports us, a complete accounting
` of all our affairs. The auditor’s reports are given in detail, and
ll each individual subscription is separately accounted for. We
i feel that the 1,361 people who have contributed financially will
I be interested in knowing just what has been done with their
' money. Therefore, in addition to the audits, we publish at the
close of the Bulletin a complete statement of the nursing work.
Donations in kind rather than money are also acknowledged,
and a summary of the inventories for the year is given, with
an estimated valuation of the property in the nursing centers
and stables.
We hope very much that every supporter of the Frontier
Nursing Service will read this report carefully and share our
happiness in the record it gives of growth and stability. We
are but four years old, and we have a territory of 350 square
miles fully covered from five nursing stations, one of them also
a twelve bed hospital and one a guest house and administrative
» headquarters. Our total investments in property, equipment,
and our nineteen horses, represent a value of well over $100,000,
without lien. We have also in hand, or already promised, the
first $50,000 of our endowment. We have loyal district com-
` mittees carrying on the work in the field, and supporting com-
mittees, besides the Kentuckians, in twelve large cities. We
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ii has exceeded by more than ten times that of three years ago
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who will tabulate it for us, considers necessary in order to 4
demonstrate adequately that the work of nurse-midwives in 4
remotely rural areas does lower the death rate of women and 4
young children, and raise the general level of health of the  
population.  
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a large enough scale to be convincing, is to raise an endowment
which will enable us to carry our work into the length and  
breadth, heighth and depth of our American mountain ranges. _
Thus we have a double objective in mind—first, to give every  
individual in the area we cover the most perfect service at our I
command; second, to reach with this service all those millions ·
of individuals who are now without skilled service of any kind. j
The Frontier Nursing Service has suffered only one severe  
blow in the course of the year, and that was in the loss of its V  
Chairman, Alexander J. A. Alexander. That Mrs. S. Thruston  
Ballard has consented to the ardent wish of the trustees and 4
accepted the chairmanship thus left vacant, gives us an assur-- ‘
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CITY BANK BUILDING  
LEXINGTON. KY. ‘
MEMBER
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AM. SOCIETY OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
Nl\T‘L ASSOCIATION OF COST ACCOUNTANTS
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To the Officers and Trustees,
Frontier Nursing Service,
Lexington, Kentucky.
Gentlemen :
I have made an analysis of your receipts and disbursements
for the twelve months ended April 30th, 1929, all as shown ou
the accompanying Exhibits A, B and C and supporting
Schedules, A1, A-2 and A-3.
All receipts have been traced through the banks and all dis-
bursements have been verined by means of canceled checks and
receipted invoices.
I hereby certify that, in my opinion, all funds have been 4
duly and properly accounted for.
Respectfully submitted,
W. A. HIFNER, J ic.
V Certified Public Accountant.
Lexington, Kentucky,
May Sixteenth, _
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RECEIPTS
Subscriptions and Contributions
(Schedule A-3) ....,.....................,....... $105,107.72
District Nursing Centers
(Schedule A-2) .................................. 1,665.21
Wendover Post Oiticc ..»........................... 84.06
State Board of Health .........,................,».. 1,125.00
Nurses Board ...............................r..i......... 2,691.12
Money Borrowed ...................................... __5,700.00
Repayment of Advance for Mules ......... 350.00
Refunds ...................................................... 952.94
Total Receipts ................................ $117,676.05
Balance May 1st, 1928 .................. 4,761.50
Total Accountability   ............... $122,437.55
 
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DISBURSEMENTS G
Expenses Paid (Schedule A-1) ................ 3 63,430.67
Hyden Health Center (Exhibit B) .....,.... 22,332.20 _
Red Bird Center (Exhibit C) .................. 11,280.74 ,
Wendover Center, Guest House ................ 1,341.76
Wendover Center, Barn ....................i_.... 146.50 `
Wendover Center, Land Muncy Creek
(pasture) .........._.....,».......................... 610.26
Office Equipment—Adding Machine ...... 125.00
Borrowed Money Repaid .......................... 14,700.00
Total Disbursements· .................... $113,967.13
Remainder to be accounted for ................ $ 8,470.42
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Security Trust Company .... 7,847.07 {
Less: Overdraft, Petty Cash $536.84 E
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Account .................... 23.50 560.34 $ 7,286.73 E
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Hyden Health Center, Operating Account .............. 401.04 E
Hyden Health Center, Building Account ................ 14.04
Red Bird Center, Building Account ...................... 24.08
Possum Bend Center, Building Account ................ 182.73
District Committees Accounts (Schedule A-2) ...... 561.80
Total ........................................................................ $ 8,470.42  
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E ARIZONA CONNECTICUT—Continued
$ Mrs. John C. (ircemuvay ,_., $ 5.00 Miss Alice B. Winslow ._2.1 25.00
· ARKANSAS Total—Connecticut ..1.1. 90.00
{ · Miss Eleanor Blaydes 11_..1 $ 2.00
{ Mrs. Frederick I. Brown 1-_ 5.00 DISTRICT OF C0LU“BIA
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Campbell- 5.00 Miss Edith K. Armstrong _" 10.00
Mis. M. E. Ci Marshall 11.-- 5.00 Mrs- Dwight Clark “"U4__ 25.00
Mrs. J. Merrick Moore . ,... 10.00 Mrs Alvin Dodd 10 O0
‘ Mrs. William C. Neary EEEI. 1.00 Miss Geneva Dunham una 500
Miss Kate P. Srtidels I . 1_.1. 2.00 Dr Louis S Greene W 1 OO
Mrs. George P. Sparks ..... 5.00 Miss Betty Greig nun"-- 6.00
  Mw C· M T“*l°‘ ss···~···»· 5·°° Miss Mamas E. Hume ._... 10.00
T0tal_Arkm}SaS Una"- 40.00 Mrs. John C. Marin ..,_.... _5.00
a Mrs. George H. Myers ..1... 200.00
i CALIFORNIA Miss Mary L. Sanborn ..._.. 5.00
I Miss iweda M. cams rrrr_.r s :..00 Mis? F"‘“F€S S°"tY“’H ····"* 5‘°°
Q Mrs. J. Makee-Crawford--..-- 2.00 Major Juha C' Sgzlmson ```“  
Mrs. James O. Roberts ...... 2.00 Miis" Edward C` time “````` `0
{ Miss Martha D. Vllaters .... 5.00
'I`otal—California .._... S 9.00 _ _ I _
Total—D1str1ct of Columb1a 344.00
COLORADO
I Miss Anne Thomas ._........ S 25.00 M C R B   J S 50 00
i Miss Emily H. Thomas 11_... 25.00 A rs" ` ` mc mu °€’ Yr `
R Mr. H. S. Kelsey _........... 5.00
( TO»m]_CO1Omd0 ________ $ 50_00 Miss Jessie Stevens ......... 5.00
CONNECTICUT T0tz1I—FI01‘ida. ,...._.._ $ 60.00
Miss Louise J. Barney _.... 5.00
A Mrs. R. C. Bolling ._......_ 5.00 ILLINOIS
Mrs. Wilson Brown ........ 5.00 Dr. Joseph L. Baer .......... 25.00
1 Mrs. G. Page Ely ,...._.... 5.00 Mrs. Preston Boyden ....... 2.00
jj Mrs. Estelle P. Hosmer ...r_ 10.00 Mrs. Eugene J. Buifington -- 5.00
*, Professor Carol M. Sax .... 25.00 Mrs. L. A. Carton .......... 5.00
Miss Beatrice Holley Mr. D. M. Cummins ........ 100.00
Williams .............. 10.00 Mrs. C. W. Dempster ---1--- 5.00
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Mr. A. J. Dodge ............ 15.00 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Allen 25.00
Miss Helen V. Drake ....... 10.00 Mr. Charles W. Allen ..,... 25.00
i Mrs. M. A. Farr ......_.... 5.00 Col. John R. Allen ......... 15.00
V Miss Elizabeth Faulkner .._. 5.00 Mrs. William B. Allen ._... 25.00
Mrs. Wentworth G. Field --- 5.00 Mr. Bush W. Allin ._...... 2.50
Mrs. Charles S. Frost ...... 25.00 Mr. Richard T. Anderson ,... 20.00
Mrs. Charles F. Glore _..... 50.00 Mrs. Armstrong ........,... 2.00
Miss Grace Goodman ,...._ 25.00 Mrs. Keene Arnold ......._. 5.00
Mrs. H. E. Goodman ......._ 100.00 Mrs. Peter Lee Atherton ..__ 50.00
Mrs. G. G. Jones _._........ 2.00 Mrs. M. E. Averett e........ 5.00
Mrs. William V. Kelly ..... 100.00 Mr. W. F. Axton 1..1....1_. 5.00
Mrs. Isabel W. Knott .._... 25.00 Mr. Lisle Baker ..........1. 5.00
Mrs. Louise E. Laflin .1.... 10.00 Mrs. R. A. Baker _._,....._. 25.00
Mrs. Bryan Lathrop .._..1. 50.00 Miss Taylor Baker ......1.. 2.00
Miss Julia C. Lathrop ...._. 2.00 Mrs. Charles T. Ballard .... 55.00
Mrs. Robert McDougal _.._. 25.00 Mrs. S. Thruston Ballard .1_. 5,000.00
Mrs. William Allen Pusey -- 5.00 Mr. J. F. Barbour _.......__ 5.00 1
Mrs. Frederick Rawson _... 100.00 Mrs. J. F. Barbour .__.,.... 5.00 i
Mrs. Charles S. Reed _.._.._ 5.00 Mr. John W. Barr, Jr. ...1. 15.00 l
Mrs. Maurice Rosenfeld .... 10.00 Miss Rosa Robinson Barret 1 5.00 l
Mrs. Sidney Starbuck ...... 5.00 Mrs. John Barrow _..1,.,._ 10.00 ;
Mrs. Paul Starr ........... 2.00 Mr. W. A. Batten 1,........ 10.00  
Mrs. H. L. Stout ........... 5.00 Mrs. Pryor Beard ........1. 5.00  
Mrs. Gustavus Swift _...... 10.00 Mrs. J. W. E. Bayly ..__._,. 100.00 l
University of Chicago Press- 1.00 Mr. Bennett B. Bean ....1.. 5.00  
Mrs. Frederick W. Upham --- 100.00 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bean . - 100.00  
· .Mrs. Cliiiord Williams ._... 1.00 Mrs. Francis R. Beattie ..1. 100.00 l
Miss Evelyn Wood ......... 1.00 Mrs. Morris B. Belknap .1.. 100.00
  Mr. Walter K. Belknap __.. 25.00
Total—Illinois ..1.11....1 841.00 Mrs. W. R. Balknap 1......1 10.00
  Mrs. George F. Berry ...1.. 50.004
Mrs. Emma P. Berryman .... 2.00 1
INDIANA Miss Susan M. Berryman ..1. 7.00
  Judge Robert W. Bingham -- 50.00 {
Mr. George M. Clark _..1.... $ 10.00 Mr. William Black ......... 10.00
·  Mr. John H. Blackburn ____ 2.00
Miss Mary M. Blanc ......_ 15.00
KENTUCKY Mr. J. Bacon Blanton ...... 5.00
Anonymous ................ 10.00 Mr. Sevier Bonnie ._.._.... 100.00
Anonymous ................ 3.00 Mrs. H. M. Bosworth ....... 25.00
Anonymous ..1............. 25.00 Miss Mary Bradley ..._.._. 20.00 ,
Anonymous ................ 10.00 Mrs. William E. Bradley .... 11.00 l
Dr. Irvin Abell ............. 20.00 Mrs. Alfred Brandeis .__... 10.00 J
Mr. E. R. Ackerman ....... 5.00 Miss Fanny Brandeis ....._. 5.00
Dr. A. J. A. Alexander ..... 250.00 Hon. C. R. Breckinridge .... 175.00 ]
Mrs. A. J. A. Alexander .... 100.00 Mr. Desha Breckinridge .... 100.00  
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Mr. N. Ford Brent ....._... 10.00 Mr. Charles H. Courser 7_.. 5.00  
Mr. H. L. Briggs ....._..._ 5.00 Miss Emma Courtenay ..... 5.00 E
Mrs. Alice R. Bristow ...... 5.00 Mr. M. C. Covington ....... 5.00  
' Mrs. Lucas Broadhcad ..s_.. 10.00 Mr. Attilla Cox .........ss, 1,000.00  
Mrs. Minnie H. Bronaugh --- 10.00 Mr. Leonard Grinstead Cox - 10.00  
Mrs. Anderson C. Brown ..1. 5.00 Mr. C. E. Curry ......_...,. 10.00 g
Mrs. William Brown _....,. 5.00 Mr. T. J. Curtis 1_..11....1 10.00 I
Miss Lucie K. Browning --- 5.00 Miss Bessie P. Daingerfield - 15.00
Mrs. Helm Bruce ....1..... 5.00 Miss Josephine L. Danforth - 1.00 i
Dr.   Cano Buckner __.11. 10.00 Mr. C. E. Daugherty _..11s. 10.00
Mrs. Marshall Bullitt ..._1_ 20.00 Mr. Byrd Davis- .......1.... 10.00
Mr. Cabell B. Bullock--.---- 20.00 Mr. Stephen T. Davis ---..-- 5.00
Mrs. Thomas S. Bullock ..1. 5.00 Mrs. Dedman .,..1s..1_1... 1.00
I Mr. F. J. Burke ---.. .------ » - 5.00 Mrs. Maria H. de Roode --.- 5.00
A Miss Florence K. Burnham -- 25.00 Mrs. Annie A. Deweese ----- 1.00
I Mrs. Paul Burnham -------- 10.00 Mrs. John H. Dickerson ---- 5.00
I Mrs. Hampton Bush -------- 5.00 Miss Mary Didlake -------- 25.00
I Mrs. J. R. Bush ---------.-- 3.00 Mrs. J. L. Dodge ----.------ 50.00
I Business and Professional Mrs. John C. Doolan ------- 75.00
I Women’s Club, Paris, Ky.- 10.00 Mr. John Downard -------- 20.00
I Mrs. Charles Caldwell - ----- 5.00 Mrs. John R. Downing ------ 11.00
I Mrs. Fox Caldwell --------- 5.00 Mr. C. F. Dunn ------------ 5.00
I Mr. J. C. Caldwell --.- ------ 25.00 Mrs. Mary C. P. Eudy . ---- - 25.00
I Mr. Logan Caldwell -------- 10.00 Mrs. Harkness Edwards ---- 10.00
Mrs. John S. Cannon ------- 1.00 English Speaking Union of
Mr. H. T. Carmichael .----- 5.00 Kentucky ---------- ---- 100.00
Mrs. Hickman Carter ------ 100.00 Mrs. Robert Evans ------.- 5.00
Mrs. Joseph Carter -------- 50.00 Mrs. J. H. Ewalt - ---------- 1.00
I Miss Martha B. Carter ----- 5.00 Mrs. Bennett Farris -------- 25.00
I Miss Sarah Fullerton Carter- 2.50 `Mrs. M. J. Ferris --.---- ..-- 5.00 —
{ Mrs. W. E. Caskey, Jr. ------ 5.00 Mr. M. J. Ferris, Jr. ------- 15.00
_ Mrs. T. D. Cassidy --------- 5.00 Mr. M. F. Field ----------- 5.00
I Mrs. Charles Cecil, Jr. ------ 3.00 Dr. J. A. Flexner ---------- 5.00
I Miss Emily H. Chase ------ 100.00 Mr. J. A. Ford ----------.- 5.00
I Mr. R. A. Childs ----------- 5.00 l\Irs. Bettie Hall Foster ---- 1.09
Mrs. J. C. Bright ----------- 5.00 Mrs. B. C. Frazier ..-----.- 5.00
Mrs. James Clark ---------- 5.00 Col. Robert Gatewood ------ 20.00
, Mrs. Rogers Clay ---------- 5.00 Mrs. George Gaulbert ------ 1,000.00
I Miss Harriet Cleek -------- 5.00 Miss Callie Gay ----------- 5.00
I Mrs. W. H. Coffman ------- 10.00 M1·. George Gayle ---------- 5.00
ii Mrs. Spalding Coleman ---- 21.00 Mr. R. A. Gayle ------------ 5.00
1 Mr. Bruce Collins --------- 5.00 Mr. Tom C. Geary ---------- 50.00
· Mrs. Hugh Colville --------- 5.00 Mrs. Francis McKeldin `
QF Mr. James H. Combs ------ 5.00 Gettys (Colonial Dames) - 10.00
Mr. Leslie Combs ---------- 5.00 Mus. A. Goldberg ---------- 5.00
{ I-lon. Thomas A. Combs ---- 25.00 Goodwin Brothers -.-------- 5.00
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Mrs. St. Marie Gordon ..... 3.00 Mr. A. A. Hullettc ,*,,_.._. 5.00
Mr, Ben Gratz _____»_______ 25.00 Mrs. Lewis C. Humphrey --- 25.00
Miss Lois E. Gratz ._____._ 1.00 Miss Mary Churchill
Mrs. Sallie V. Gratz ....... 5.00 Hemphrey ._.......s.._ 100.00
Mr. Charlton H. Graves 1.1... 5.00 Mrs. Churchill Humphrey--- 10.00
Mr. Jake H. Graves ___...... 10.00 Mrs. Clay Hunt ___________ 5.00
Miss Julia Graves ........_ 5.00 Mrs. George R. Hunt --....-- 5.00 l
Mrs. Warren Graves -------- 5.00 Miss Mary J. HUHLM. rrrrwr. 200  
Mrs. J. T. Griffith --------- 1.00 Mrs. W. Stewart Hunter.--- 5.00
Mrs. Julia R. Gunn -------- 3.00 Mrs. A. L. Hurd ..