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Open House February 28, 1965

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Nearly 500 See
Nursing Center
At Open House

The Auburn Nursing Center, Inc., held open house Sunday from 1 to 5 p. m.

The directors, Grover Corum, Edgar Harris, Joe Young and Jim Duer, welcomed nearly five hundred guests who registered.

Mrs. Bernice Alexander, administrator of the Nursing Center, Mrs. Corum, Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Young and Mrs. Duer assisted in receiving guests and serving refreshments.
 

Auburn News - March 2, 1965


 

   Doctor's Daughter
      Proud of Center

Congratulations to the people of Auburn on their new Nursing Center were sent this week by way of a telephone call to this newspaper from Portsmouth, O.

Mrs. Howard Jewett, Portsmouth, the former Dolly Bean of Auburn, called to tell us that part of the Nursing Center site is on property once owned by her father, the late Dr. H. F. Bean.

"I want Auburn people who still remember the Beans to know that we are grateful that our old home (if it had to go) has gone for such a wonderful thing as a nursing home," said Mrs. Jewett.

Mrs. Jewett read of the project in the paper which is sent to her as a gift every year by by the Curry Halls of Auburn.

Auburn News

 

 

 

Referring to the accompanying story on Dr. Bean - the following is information from the Auburn 1910 Census.

Dr. Henry F. Bean was listed as being born in Kentucky as was his father; 56 years of age; married for 32 years with 6 children, 5 of whom are living.
His wife [Mary E.] also born in KY as was her father. She was 49, 32 years married and also married only once as was her husband.
Three of the five children were living with them as follows:
Karl [22] Single
Dolly [12] Single
Buford T. [10] Single

 

 

 

 

 

Open House
Feb 28, 1965

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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