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Serving Coffee . . . in lounge to an oncology patient's husband, Arthur C. Woolman of Oakland, is Wanda Hessel, a Jennie Edmundson Hospital volunteer.

Chairs in waiting room of new hospital wing are patterned in green and gold plastic. Figured drapes on the windows harmonize. Children's playroom can be seen through the inner window (left).

Proposed Addition . . . to Jennie Edmundson Hospital would not run parallel to existing buildings. The two-level structure is planned to slant into a hill at the rear of the hospital. An existing power plant at the hospital has been omitted in this…

Light And Airy Rooms . . . with vast use of glass, will be featured in the patients' rooms in the proposed new Jennie Edmundson Hospital. This is an architect's sketch.

"Here's Your Target: . . . Floyd Hughes Jr. tells his team of workers on the Jennie Edmundson Hospital fund drive. He is emphasizing the need for reaching the $500,000 campaign goal.

Plugged Entrance . . . to underground tunnels at 1027 E. Pierce St. is examined by Walter G. Hall. Below the patch, an iron ladder descends into a labyrinth extending as far as the Jennie Edmundson Hospital parking lot.

New Site Plan . . . for the Jennie Edmundson Hospital building program is shown here in relation to adjoining residential properties. The route of earth moving machines also is indicated.

Spading The Way . . . for the $2,100,000 addition to Jennie Edmundson Hospital is Mrs. Lenora Steeve, president of the Women's Christian Association. Watching are Floyd Hughes Jr., Robert Owen, and association officers, Miss Dorothy Christensen, Mrs.…

Concrete and reinforcing steel give a progress report on construction of Jennie Edmundson Hospital's new addition. The $2,100,000 project is scheduled to be in operation by March of 1963.

Original Cornerstone . . . taken from 1905 building is inspected by Gov. Norman A. Erbe and Mis Dorothy Christensen. The old cornerstone will serve as a plaque in the new addition.

Operating Electroencephalogram . . . at Jennie Edmundson Hospital is Miss Mary Jo Franks, a staff member. The patient is in the adjoining test room.

The old laundry building at Jennie Edmundson Hospital was being torn down Wednesday. The laundry has been moved to the new hospital building and is now in operation. Champney Wrecking Co. of Topeka, Kan., is doing the work. Champney is a…

Central Supply . . . houses the autoclave which is in continuous use processing sterilized materials to supply the entire hospital. Mrs. Marguerite Stephens and Mrs. Dollie McQuinn, both nurse aides, are shown removing surgical packs from the heated…

Built-In Cameras . . . are featured in the overhanging lights directly above the operating tables. Pictured in one of the seven operating rooms located in the new wing are Miss Carol Scott of Avoca, a junior student in the hospital's school of…

This Spacious Lounge . . . sets the modern trend of the new addition to the hospital. Large picture windows to the north overlook the broad patio front entrance which separates the entrance and the pediatric wing of the older section. The gift shop…

Richard D. Hogan, minister of First Christian Church and president of the Council Bluffs Ministerial Association relaxes in the Quiet Room at Jennie Edmundson Hospital. The Quiet Room is a special parlor sponsored by the Ministerial Association to…

Admiring New Furnishings . . . in a room at Jennie Edmundson Hospital are Miss Dorothy Christensen, and Drs. M.P. Margules, Fred Beaumont and Donald Stroy.
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