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FRONTIER NURSING SERVICE QUARTERLY BULLETIN    
Published ut the ond of each Quarter by the Frontier Nursing Scrvicc, Inc. 1 `
Lexington, Ky.  
Subscription Price $1.00 :1 Year
Edi1:01·’s Oilicez \Vend0ver, Kentucky V
VOLUME 44 SUMMER, 1968 NUMBER 1  
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Ky. 40507 S  
Send Form 3579 to Frontier Nursing Service, Wendover, Ky. 41775 _
Copyright, 1968, Frontier Nursing Service, Inc.

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ARTICLE Auwuop. PAGE
Annual Report 2
` Field Notes 39
Mary Breckinridge Hospital and
Development Fund—Progress Report H .E.B. 23
Old Courier News 20
Old Staff News 29
_ Poetic Accounting 17
4 The Best of the Bulletin:
’ Too Soon, Mr. Stork Annu May Jatuuary 27
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G 1 BRIEF BITS
I 5 An Equal Amount The Qurwterly Bulletin 26
@ I Our Rarest Mammal ? Charles L. Homolka 35
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  Requiem Robert Louis Stevenson 34
The Millionaire’s Young Daughter . . . Modern Mezturity 37
White Elephant 38
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OWENS, POTTER & HISLE 1
Certined Public Accountants {
1750 Alexandria Drive ·
Lexington, Kentucky 40504  
June 15, 1968  
To the Oiiicers and Trustees g
Frontier Nursing Service, Incorporated ,
Lexington, Kentucky {
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Ladies and Gentlemen:  
We have examined the statement of financial condition of the  
Frontier Nursing Service, Incorporated as of April 30, 1968, and i
the statement of revenue and expense for the fiscal year then F
ended. Our examination was made in accordance with generally _
accepted auditing standards, and accordingly included such tests ,
of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures as
we considered necessary in the circumstances.
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In our opinion, the accompanying financial statements pre-
sent fairly the financial position of Frontier Nursing Service,
Incorporated as of April 30, 1968, and the results of its operations  
for the year then ended, in conformity with generally accepted i
accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of E
the preceding year.  
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/s/ Owens, Potter & Hisle  
OWENS, POTTER & HISLE  
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EORTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT
g ofthe
; FRONTIER NURSING SERVICE, Incorporated
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Q for the Fiscal Year
May 1, 1967 to April 30, 1968
  PREFACE
l As has been our custom since we were one year old, we
l present our annual report of the fiscal affairs and of the field of
l operations of the Frontier Nursing Service to its trustees, mem-
{ bers, and subscribers.
  We have, as in previous years, divided our report into two
  sections. One section is about money, and one section about
Q work.
_ Under the heading of Conclusion, we tell something of what
, the year has meant to us.
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FISCAL REPORT
I Our annual audit is so detailed, and therefore so voluminous,
l that We do not print it in full. The figures that follow are taken
, from the Exhibits and Schedules of the last audit. We have
  divided these figures into four categories. The auditor’s own
l Balance Sheet is the first category. The second is his list of
1 Endowments and Reserves. The third category covers all Reve-
. nue Receipts. In the fourth category we have put the Expendi-
tures of the last fiscal year taken from the audit and the Budget
for the current fiscal year.
  Under a fifth category, called Inventory, we account for all
  our properties. All five categories are given in sequence on the
following pages.
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BALANCE SHEET  
As at April 30, 1968 1
CURRENT ASSETS: ,
Cash on Hand—Petty Funds ..`........................................._...........A..,..,............. $ 930.00  
Cash in Banks: ·
First Security National Bank——General Fund »................,....,................... 71,893.67 fl
First Security National Bank—Alpha Omicron Pi ,......4..__..___.,..,............. -0-  
First Security National Bank—Social Service .........,..,....._........i....,.,....... 647.98 ~ *
First Security National Bank—Staff Payroll ............................................ 2,240.70 l
Peoples Bank, Hazard, Ky.-Organizational Fund .................................. 10,621.06
Sub-total—Cash ........................................................................................ $ 86.333.41 ‘
Accounts Receivable .......................................................,............................... 338.30
Investment—Mary Breckinridge Hospital Building
Funds (Schedule A-1) .............................................................................. 581,837.65
Total Current Assets ................................................................................ $ 668,509.36 {
TRUST FUND INVESTMENTS AT ORIGINAL `
COST IN HANDS OF TRUSTEES: (Schedule A-1)
First Security National Bank & Trust Company,
Lexington, Kentucky ...................................................................................... $2,063,195.37 ;
Liberty National Bank & Trust Company, i
Louisville, Kentucky ...................................................................................... 84,945.33 {
Morgan Guaranty Bank & Trust Company, (
New York, N. Y ..........................................................................,.................... 229,232.89  
Bankers Trust of New York, New York, N. Y ................................................. 137,496.50
Citizens Fidelity Bank & Trust Company
Louisville, Kentucky ......................................................... - ............................ 175,000.00 I
Total Trust Investments ...............................................,.......................... $2,689,870.09
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FIXED ASSETS: l
Property and Equipment ...,............... (Exhibit C) ............................................. $ 664,805.06
Less: ‘
Accmnulated Depreciation ......... (Schedule B—2-1) ................................... 40,078.50 _
Total Fixed Assets .....................................,.............................................. $ 624,726.56
OTHER ASSETS: k
Campaign Expense—Mary Breckinridge Hospital .
Building Fimds .............................. (Exhibit C) ............................................ $ 34,909.15
TOTAL ASSETS ..................................................................................................... ;$4,018,015.16 Y,
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As at April 30, 1968
LIABILITIES:
i Current Liabilities:
Accrued Payroll Taxes ......A.......,.........................,...................................,...... $ 2,037.58
é, Accrued Blue Cross Premiums ................................l.................................... ( 329.60)
7 Total Current Liabilities ............l.................,.....,....... - .............l.......,...... $ 1,707.98
Reserves:
Liability for Contributions to Mary Breckinridge
Hospital Building Fund ............,.........,..................................................... $ 792,749.47
‘ Liability for Gain or Loss on Investment of Mary
I Breckinridge Hospital Building Fund
{ (Exhibit E) ....................l............................................................... 13,768.27
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l Liability for Gifts, Endowments, Legacies in
{ Trust Funds at Original Receipt Value
[ (Exhibit D) .................................................................................... 2,359,750.8O
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  Reserve for Gain or Loss on Trust Funds
Q (Exhibit E) ...._...........,..,,...,.......,A......._...........................».............. 330,119.29
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Y Total Reserves ........................................................................................... $$,496,38783
l TOTAL LIABILITIES ...,..,..........,.................... . ...................................................... $$,498,09581
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, NET WORTH:
Represented Contributions and Income Accumulated
through April 30 .............................................................................................. $8,780,104.55
Less: Accumulated Expenses Paid through
April 30 __________,________________.....................,....................,.......................... 8,260,185.20
° Total Net Worth ................................................................. . ............. , .............. $ 519,919.35
  TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET WORTH ............................... - ............................ $4,018,015.16

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STATEMENT OF ENDOWMENT AND RESERVE FUNDS {
April 30, 1967 and 1968 A
Designated Funds—Income Restricted: Aliggqgo D%g£,l;l¥:;u~ Aliggggo
Norah Oliver Shoemaker Memorial Baby’s Crib..$ 5,000.00 $ $ 5,000.00
Children’s Christmas Fund in Memory of
Barbara Brown ...................................................... 1,000.00 1,000.00 —
Donald R. McLennan Memorial Bed ...................... 12,750.00 12,750.00  
Margaret A. Pettit Legacy ...................................... 1,953.70 1,953.70 l
Jane Short Atwood Legacy ...................................... 7,500.00 7,500.00 I!
Mrs. John W. Price, Jr. Fund. ...l.............................. 10,800.00 10,800.00
Winfield Baird Foundation ........................................ 105,000.00 105,000.00 if
Elizabeth Canby Bradford du Pont `
Memorial Nurse ..................................................... 25,000.00 25,000.00
Mrs. Henry Shipman Legacy ............l....................... 20,000.00 3,810.00 23,810.00
Wilson Neel Memorial Baby’s Crib ...l.................... 951.85 951.85
Jessie Preston Draper Memorial No. 1 .................. 15,000.00 15,000.00 .
Jessie Preston Draper Memorial No. 2 ...... . ........... 185,000.00 185,000.00 `
Joan Glancy Memorial Baby‘s Crib ........................ 5,000.00 5,000.00
Louie A. Hall Legacy in Memory of
Sophronia Brooks .................................................. 83,010.72 4,431.81 87,442.53
Isabella George Jeffcott Memorial .......................... 2,500.00 2,500.00 ‘
Belle Barrett Hughitt Memorial ...........l.................. 17,000.00 17,000.00
Eliza Thackara Memorial .................................. . ....... 3,402.98 (1) 317.92 3,720.90
Bettie Starks Rodes Memorial Baby’s Crib .... . ....... 5,000.00 5,000.00
John Price Starks Memorial Baby‘s Crib ............... 5,000.00 5,000.00
Mary Ballard Morton Memorial Wing .................... 85,250.83 85,250.83
Sub-total .....................................................,........... $ 596,120.08 $ 8,559.73 $ 604,679.81 _
(1) Prior year correction ........................................... $ 91.11
Designated Funds-—Income Unrestricted:
Marion E. Taylor Memorial ...................................... 10,000.00 10,000.00
Fanny Norris Frmd .................................................... 10,000.00 10,000.00
Marie L. Willard Legacy .......................................... 3,127.36 3,127.36
Mrs. Charles H. Moorman Fund .............................. 1,100.00 1,100.00
Lillian F. Eisaman Legacy ........................................ 5,000.00 5,000.00
Lt. John M. Atherton Memorial .............................. 1,000.00 1,000.00 ,
Mrs. Morris B. Belknap Fund .................................. 26,375.00 26,375.00 ~ ,
Elisabeth Ireland Fund .............................................. 22,457.50 22,457.50  
Elizabeth Agnes Alexander Legacy ........................ 5,000.00 5,000.00 ,
Richard D. McMahon Legacy .................................. 943.23 943.23
Mrs. W. Rodes Shackelford in Memory
of her two children .............................................. 15,000.00 15,000.00 , '
Hattie M. Strong Memorial ...................................... 10,000.00 10,000.00 {
Beulah Bruce Brennan Memorial ............................ 2,000.00 2,000.00 , ,
Anna Rosina Gooch Memorial ...........................,...... 16,625.00 16,625.00
Jeannie B, Trull Legacy ............................................ 33.253.33 33,253.33
Frances Kendall Ross Legacy .................................. 17,100.00 17,100.00
Elizabeth Sherman Lindsay Memorial .....,............ 5,000.00 5,000.00
Helen N. and Beatrice A. Wilson Fund .................. 10,000.00 10,000.00
Sophia Cogswell Stiger Memorial .......................... 23,401.42 23,401.42
Dr. Charles N. Kavanaugh Memorial .,.................. 1,000.00 1,000.00 ·
Margaret C. Breckinridge Legacy .......................... 3,000.00 3,000.00
Mary Hallock Armstrong Legacy ............................ 2,000.00 2,000.00
Winifred Irene Leckie Memorial .............................. 1,000.00 1,000.00 ° `
Lena G. Anderson Legacy ........................................ 7,078.50 7,078.50
Lisette Hast Legacy .................................................. 10,944.00 10,944.00  1
Edward S. Jouett Legacy .......................................... 1,000.00 1,000.00
Herman Bowmar Fund ............................,................. 1,000.00 1,000.00 T
Mrs. Henry James Legacy ........................................ 5,000.00 5,000.00  `
Jean Hollins Memorial Fund ................,................... 5,185.67 100.00 5,285.67
Anne Steele Wilson Memorial .....................,............ 2,638.17 200.00 2,838.17 .
Mary Churchill Humphrey Fund ............................ 1,001.00 1,001.00 1
Mrs. Bissell Carey Legacy ........................................ 5,000.00 5,000.00  `

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  STATEMENT OF ENDOWMENT AND RESERVE FUNDS
April 30, 1967 and 1968
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Dr. John M. Bergland Memorial .............................. 1,000.00 1,000.00
Edward C. Wilson Legacy .......i................................ 49,250.00 49,250.00
Ann Allen Danson Fund .....................,...................... 3,431.92 3,431.92
,} Helen Rochester Rogers Legacy .............................. 5,000.00 5,000.00
‘, Virginia Branham Memorial .................................... 10,453.95 125.00 10,578.95
i` Mrs. Herman F. Stone Fund .................................... 2,000.00 2,000.00
{ Annie Wallingford Anderson Memorial ................ 5,100.00 5,100.00
EQ Mrs. Edna C. Lapham Fund ...................................... 15,250.00 15,250.00
· Edith M. Douglas Legacy .......................................... 10,000.00 10,000.00
Adeline Shaw Martindale Legacy ............................ 76,701.80 76,701.80
Flora G. Fletcher Legacy ........................................... 30,000.00 30,000.00
Fannie B. Mcllvain Memorial .................................. 3,015,00 3,015.00
Catherine Mellick Gilpin Memorial ........................ 1,406.00 75.00 1,481.00
William Nelson Fant, Jr. Memorial .....................i.. 78,349.52 78,349.52
Lucie Wilshire Graham Memorial ............................ -0- 5,476.86 5,476.86
Elizabeth B. Perkins Legacy .................................... 152,971.86 152,971.86
Eliza Davitt Hartley Legacy .................................... 150,000.00 150,000.00
. Cordie M. Williams Legacy ...................................... 458,254.25 458,254.25
Margaret H. T. Hunt for Caroline
H. P. Thornton Memorial .................................... 1,000.00 1,000.00
Anonymous (Bankers Trust Co., N. Y. Trustee),. 137,496.50 137,496.50
Mrs. Morris B. Belknap Legacy ................................ -0- 175,000.00 175,000.00
Sub-total ................................................................. $1,453,910.98 $180,976.86 $1,634,887.84
, Reserve Acc0unts—Inc0me Unrestricted:
Mrs. Louise D. Crane .................................................. 4,000.00 4,000.00
Mrs. Frederic Moseley Sackett ................................ 10,000.00 10,000.00
Mrs. Eliza A. Browne ................................................ 16,000.00 16,000.00
Winiield Baird Fund .................................................. 550.00 550.00
Lillie McGinness ........................................................... 4,007.50(1) 789.56 4,797.06
Harriett H. Grier ........................................................ 5,000.00 5,000.00
Maurice S. Miller ........................................................ 5,000.00 5,000.00
Leila A. Morgan .......................................................... 5,000.00 5,000.00
[ Eliza Davids ................................................................. 6,000.00 6,000.00
i Bertha G. Wood .......................................................... 13,028.77 13,028.77
“ Doris A. Farrington .................................................... 4,920.00 4,920.00
1 Mrs. E. A. Codman ...................................................... 2,000.00 2,000.00
’ Mrs. Irving E. Raymond ............................................ 4,000.00 4,000.00
Mrs. George M. ToeWater ........................................ 12,418.16 12,418.16
, Mrs. Oswald Villard .................................................... 1,000.00 1,000.00
» Leila M. Weeks ............................................................ 2,469.16 2,469.16
Frances Margaret Bradford .................................... 5,000.00 5,000.00
i ‘ William E. Brigham .................................................. 10,000.00 10,000.00
Mrs. Polk Laffoon ....................................................... 1,000.00 1,000.00
Mrs. W. Garland Fay .................................................. 1,000.00 1,000.00
Mrs. Louise W. Breckinridge .................................... 2,000.00 2,000.00
Miss Elizabeth R. Hooker ........................................ 5,000.00 5,000.00
, Sub-totals ................................................................ $ 119,393.59 $ 789.56 $ 120,183.15
Sub-Grand Totals .................................................. $2,169,424.65 $190,326.15 $2,359,750.80
" ` Capital Gain or Loss on Trust Funds .............. 330,925.17 ( 805.88) 330,119.29
 -’ GRAND TOTALS ......................................... . ....... $2,500,349.82 $189,520.27 $2,689,870.09
 _ Cash Additions to Trust Funds (above) .................................... $190,326.15
` Deduct: Prior Year Corrections ............................................. (1) 880.67
` Total Cash Additions for the Year .............................................. $189,445.48
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Statement of Donations and Subscriptions Paid  
May 1, 1967 to April 30, 1968  
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Baltimore Committee t...................t.............._____________ $ 1,233,27 $ 3; 1,233.27 I
Boston Committee ...................................................... 7,753.97 6,500.00 14,253.97
Chicago Committee .,.....i.........______,_,_,...._____,,_____________ 4,451,55 4,461.66 ,
Cincinnati Committee ,__,,,_,____,,__________________________________ 5,57599 6,675,99 fl
Cleveland Committee ...,..,.............._.,..,__,,,_,_______________ 22,484,58 22,484,58
*Daughters of Colonial Wars ..............,.,.....,_,___,,__,___, 2,368.50 2,368.50
Detroit Committee ...,,,,....,,,..,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,_,__,__,_,_____ 8,347,37 8,347.37
Hartford Committee ......,...,....,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1,555,59 1,555.59
**Kentucky:
Blue Grass Committee ,...............,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,_,_,,,, 6,606,50 6,606.50
Louisville Committee ...,...,,,.,...,,,.......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5,880.00 5,880.00
Miscellaneous State ......................,...,.,,,, _ ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1,657.06 1,657.06
Minneapolis Committee ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,__,_,,_________,___,_ 1,270.50 1,270.50 ,
New York Committee ....,..........,....,.....,.,...,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 23,671.79 2,023.65 25,695.44 i
Philadelphia Committee ..............................,.,,,.,,,,,.,. 5,846.59 1,976.35 7,822.94 ·
Pittsburgh Committee ..........................,...,....,...,....... 13,024.94 13,024.94
Princeton Committee ................,...............,..........,..... 771.00 771.00
Providence Committee ................................. - ,........... 853.00 853.00
Rochester Committee .........................................,...... 1,556.96 1,556.96
Washington, D. C. Committee .................................. 12,845.13 12,845.13 ‘
Miscellaneous ..........,.....,...........,.........................,....... 64,741.52 64,741.52 _
TOTALS .....,........,.,,.,..,.,.......,,..,..........,,.....,.......... **=*’$193,605.92 $10,500.00 $204,105.92
*Donations from various state chapters.  
**T0tal for Kentucky ................................................... $14,143.56
***Includes ..,.,___.._,,..,,,,.,.,,.,..,.,....,,.........,...............,....... $ 500.00 transferred to Endowments.
O'I‘HER REVENUE RECEIPTS: { .
Fees—Graduate School of Midwifery ........................................................................ $ 4,960.00 ,
Fees—Speaking Engagements .......................... . ........................................................ 1 00.00 O
Income from Nursing Centers ...................................................................................... 31,783.43
Medical and Surgical Fees ............................................................................................ 20,026.91 A
Hyden Hospital Fees ...................................................................................................... 88,280.39 1
Hospital Clinic Funds and Sale of Supplies .......,....,................................................. 52,588.46 , ,
Wendover Post Office Receipts .................................................................................... 403.31
Sale of Post Cards .............................,.........,............................................,..................... 22.75
Royalties and Sales of "Wide Neihborhoods" ........................................................ 211.04
Livestock Sales, Net .........................................................................................,............ 360.40
Expense Refunds .....................................,......,............................,................................. -0- _
Income from Investments-Trust Funds ..........,....................................................... 135,781.05 ._
Insurance Reimbursement——Wrecked Car .....,.....,.......,,.,......................................... 500.50
Miscellaneous Income .............,.,...............................,....,.....,.,,............,......................... 256.91 <
$335,275.15
Add:
Non Cash Deduction—Cost Livestock Sold .....................................................,.. 292.00 °
TOTAL CASH RECEIPTS .......................................................................................... $335,567.15 n

 Q LAST YEAR’S EXPENDITURES
Y 1967-1968
‘; I. FIELD EXPENSE:
  (Hyden Hospital, Frontier Graduate School of
* Midwifery, Wendover, and iive Nursing Centers)
1. Salaries a.nd Wages ......,...........................................,.,..............................._.,,_, $234,098,23
» Q 2. Medical Directors ....................................................,..........................._.,.,...____,_ 28,238,25
~ ,1 3. Dispensary Supplies .............................................................................,..,..,,,,, 100,255,50
1 " 4. Running Costs: Fo0d——minus board of residents, cows,
, fuel, electricity, laundry, freight and hauling, et cetera ,,,,,,,,_,,,_,,_____,,__,_ 47,716,52
' 5. Feed and care of 5 horses and 1 mule ...........................,........,....,,,,,,,___,_,______ 1,915,31
>
E 6. Jeeps (19), Car, Truck, Station Wagon Ambulance ...........,.,...........,,..,.... 8,052.87
* 7. Maintenance of Properties .................................,.,........,,..,,,,,,,_,_,,,,__,__,____________ 13,06629
¤ i 
i { TOTAL FIELD EXPENSE ...................,.........,.......,,..,..,...,,.,.,,,,_,,______,,__________ $433,342,97
> .
    II. ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSE:
’ i 1. Salaries, Accounting and Auditing, Office Supplies,
I ‘ Postage, Telephone and Telegraph, Printing, et cetera ....,.,.,,,.,,,,__,_,,,,___, $ 91,178,46
I — III. SOCIAL SECURITY TAX: ..........................................,...,....,,,,_,,,,,_,_,,__,_,,,,________ $ 15,167,45
{ IV. SOCIAL SERVICE: ......................,............,.................,.,,..,,,,..,.,,,_,,,,,,,,,,___,,__,_______ $ 13,922,70
: I V. GENERAL EXPENSE:
I 1. Insurance (Fire $369,000.00 Coverage), Employers’
‘ Liability, full coverage on truck,jeeps, and
` station wagon ......................................... - ..................................,,....,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, $ 12,536,00
, 2. Quarterly Bulletins (covered by subscriptions) ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,____,,,,,,, 4,739,41
, ` 3. Record Department .......................................,,......,..,,,.,,,,,...,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,_,,,,, 6,377,50
I { 4. Miscellaneous Projects such as: Doctors and Nurses for
{ study and observation, professional books and magazines, ,,,,_,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,_,, 2,422,05
. 5. Miscellaneous Promotional Expenses beyond the moun-
,   tains ........................................................... . ............................................................ 2,563.48
‘ li 8 28,638.44
Q TOTAL RUNNING EXPENSES ......,,.................,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, $582,250.02
¤ . NEW LAND AND BUILDINGS, EQUIPMENT, AND
> LIVESTOCK ADDITIONS ...........................................,....,,..,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, $130,028,04
Q I TOTAL ............................................................................................................................... $712,278.06
)  ,
Q i BUDGET FOR 1968-1969
S
) _ A Budget of $510,000.00 was authorized by the Board of Governors
. V for Operating Expenses and was approved at the Frontier Nursing Service
Q · Annual Meeting on May 22, 1968.

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10 FRONTIER NURSING SERVICE g
LAND, BUILDINGS, LIVESTOCK AND EQUIPMENT g
(From Exhibit C of the Audit) !
HVVENTORY +
Our auditors set a value of $676,946.21 on these holdings,  
after adjustments. Among the major holdings are the following: yl
‘ Hyden  
A stone Hospital, one wing of which is the Mary Ballard ~
Morton Memorial, one wing the Mary Parker Gill Memorial, and
frame Annex, a Memorial to "Jackie" Rousmaniere; Bolton ,
House, home of the Medical Director; Aunt Hattie’s Oak Barn,
gift of Mrs. Henry Alvah Strong; Mardi Cottage, the Quarters
for the Frontier Graduate School of Midwifery; The Margaret
Voorhies Haggin Quarters for Nurses; Joy House, a gift of Mrs.
Henry B. Joy; A frame cottage adjacent to the new hospital site;
St. Christopher’s Chapel; "Betty’s Box"; employees cottage; and
outbuildings including work shop, forge, pump houses, iire hose
houses; and two water storage tanks.
Wendover
Three log houses as follows: the Big House ("in memory of
Breckie and Polly"), the Old Cabin and the Ruth Draper Cabin;
the Garden House; the Upper Shelf and Lower Shelf; the Ham-
Way Hut; the Couriers’ Log Barn and Aunt J ane’s Barn; numer- I
ous smaller buildings including: Pebble Work Shop, tool house, ,
forge, apple house, jeep shed, the cow barn, dairy barn, chicken  
houses, pump ihouse, two fire hose houses; and two water stor-
age cisterns. i ,
Georgia Wright Clearing  
A caretaker’s cottage, storage house and barn; extensive
pasture land for horses and cows; a barn and stockade; two wells. »
Jessie Preston Draper Memorial Nursing Center
Frame building and oak barn; deep well, pump house and E
water tank; fenced acreage for pasture and gardens.  .
Clara Ford Nursing Center _
Log building and oak barn; iire hose house; walled-in spring;  
two deep wells, pump houses, and water tank; fenced acreage I
for pasture and gardens. ;

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i Caroline Butler Atwood Memorial Nursing Center
a Frame building and oak barn; fire hose house; walled-in
Q_ spring; deep well, pump house and water tank; fenced acreage
E for pasture and gardens.
E; Belle Barrett Hughitt Memorial Nursing Center
Y Frame