Cheyenne 50 Years Ago

The 200-vaccine dose allotted for Cheyenne to inoculate children ran out long before the waiting lines of children did. Dr. Buster said make-up clinics would be held as soon as additional vaccine was available and that public notice of the dates would be given.Volunteer services included supplies by Donaldson Drug, Roger Mills Memorial Hospital, and Security State Bank; publicity, Cheyenne Star; Aaron Barnes, administrator and the following nurses from the Roger Mills Memorial Hospital: Thelma Hudgins, R.N and LPNs Laverna Coots, Betty Conway, Myrl Watson, and Anna Mae Rice and nurses, Carlene Campbell, Virginia McGlothlin and Norma Moler. Nurses from…

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