By Helen Wells
As a public well-being nurse in Iowa, Cherry works with federal gurus to quash the manufacture and distribution of a bogus treatment and discovers the key of a decrepit, deserted farmhouse.
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The county health clerk stopped by to ask when their statistics on the number and types of their cardiac cases would be ready. Dr. Hal picked up his black leather bag, gave a few more instructions, jammed his hat on his head, and left. Five minutes later Cherry gathered up her own list of calls, her nursing kit, the sandwiches Aunt Cora had packed for her, and started off on her own. She felt a lively sense of freedom, driving along in her small blue car, on her way to take care of patients by herself.
Barker looked at the three young people in bewilderment. ” “Yes, ma’am,” he said, and Cherry thought she’d be inclined, too, to say a respectful “yes, ma’am” to this vigorous little woman of sixty. ” Mrs. Barker asked. “Why in the world are you so late? And where’s Floyd? ” 28 C H E RRY A M E S , R UR A L N UR S E Dr. Miller introduced Jane and Cherry, and explained gently what had happened. The old lady looked ready to cry, but she said: “Well, what’s done is done. I’m mighty sorry about your accident, Jane.
Jane, she said, was napping. “I hope the argument Floyd and I had a little while ago didn’t disturb her. Honestly, that Floyd! ” “Talk to me,” Cherry said. She was glad to sit and rest for a few minutes, and she did take an interest in Jane Fraser’s friend. “Well, Miss Cherry, you can see for yourself that I work hard around this poverty-stricken place, and I can barely make ends meet. Now wouldn’t you think an ablebodied, grown man would do more to help his mother? Or even to help himself? Not Floyd!