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50 Years Ago

Nason Approves Purchase

Herald of May 3, 1973

Nason Hospital trustees approved the purchase of a Bennett Respirator Unit at an approximate cost of $4,000. The machine would be used in emergencies when patients are unable to breathe by themselves and need assistance in maintaining adequate respiration.

George A. Wineland of Martinsburg, salesman for Hershberger Chevy-Olds, Inc. was again honored by the General Motors Corp as one of the region’s top salesmen. Mr. Wineland was recognized as a member of the “Legion of Leaders” at a dinner held in Monroeville at the Holiday House.

Miss Janet Over of Martinsburg, an instru...


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