Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on December 28, 1961 · Page 7
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 7

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, December 28, 1961
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1 I MnnHiiiniHiHiniiHiiiiiiHinmmmM^ ^ Where Would You Go If You and Your Family Needed Complete Hospital Care TOMORRO If the Answer is "Palmer Memorial Hospital", Then the Expansion Program Now Underway is Your Only Insurance That Complete Care Would Be There For You! Only if the current expansion plan succeeds .... Only if the hospital is given the funds to build a complete emergency room, up to the minute operating room for major surgery and add the 18 to 20 beds more it needs, will it provide COMPLETE hospital care for YOU. Any of us can be minutes away from needing a hospital. Everytime you step into our car, everytime you cross a street, in fact everytime you climb out of bed in the comparative safety of your own home . . . You are within minutes of needing a hospital. The assurance that COMPLETE hospital care is waiting for you within minutes of your home, is priceless. It is the only HOSPITAL INSURANCE which actually means anything to you and your family. . __ _ . . It will be here if you are willing to bring it here . . . Willing to give generously, over the next three years to make it a reality. / ' , Sometimte within the next three weeks one of your neighbors will be calling on you to offer you a chance to pledge towards the hospital's expansion. j. Meet him cordially, listen to the story of growth and development of the hospital he has to tell and send him on his way with a generous pledge. Hdp to insure that you and your family will have COMPLETE HOSPITAL CARE within minutes of your home. Give yourself the peace of mind that only that assurance can bring. Pledge Generously to the Palmer Memorial Hospital Expansion Program! I " ' - ' '

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