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Witte and W. H Griffith, started to erect a new your sexy chat with recife is here hospital which, when completed Septemberwas renamed and reincorporated as "The William McKinley Memorial Hospital. This was successful and rooom new room was opened to the public October 1, In a new nurses' home was built on the northwestern corner of the hospital property.

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Edward Myers, treasurer; and Trenton B. Kents, superintendent. There is also an efficient Women's Aid. The hospital has a ropm capacity ofrooom 29 private rooms. Inupon the establishment of commission government, the board of commissioners of the city of Trenton ratified the general plan for the creation jsrsey the Colony as formulated by Mayor Frederick W.

A group of hospitals and homes was established with municipal funds appropriated by the jeesey, under the original plan, with the result that the Colony has become recognized for its attainments as a medical, humanitarian, sociological and civic achievement. Other buildings connected room the institution are the boiler-house and laundry, stables, garage and a small building used as a crafts-shop for occupational therapy, where patients may engage in useful labor.

Since their purchase by the city the Colony lands have more than doubled in value. Jesrey its inception the Municipal Colony has taken care of hundreds of cases which, because of their contagious or chronic character, could not be admitted to the local hospitals. In fire destroyed the old Tuberculosis Hospital and the splendid modern structure that chat flirt fun erected in its place has achieved a country-wide reputation for its care of tuberculosis cases.

The Home for the Aged and Infirm, which has housed 1, inmates since its erection, is a modern building that cares for the homeless dependents of the city of Trenton. trentno its erection the city cared for its poor in the old and run-down almshouse on Princeton Avenue which occupied the present site of Junior High School No. The girl inmates of this building are cared for in an infirmary, and the living, sleeping and diningrooms are large, airy and clean.

Part of this building has been remodelled for the care of advanced cancer patients, and an enclosed porch provided. The Children's Hospital for contagious diseases is one of the most important of the Colony hospitals, since it specializes in the treatment of children jerssy from contagious diseases. Special corps of nurses and physicians are in attendance, and every facility and means to aid the little sufferers in their fight for recovery are provided in this institution.

Diphtheria, scarlet fever and other virulent diseases are treated here, and the adult jerdey of contagion are cared for in a separate unit in this hospital. During the past nine years the Children's hospital has cared for 2, cases. The Venereal or Urology New was erected in response to the federal government's call to cities to combat the spread of social diseases, and in construction and equipment conforms to the plans recommended by the United States Public Health Department.

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Artistic lamps and furniture are made, as well as institutional repair work done, resulting in an income to the patient-workers and a saving to the city. The Colony has its own modern laundry, including a sterilizing plant used for the disinfection of clothing and bedding; a central heating and hot-water plant; a refrigerating tirl and an grl plant.

A day-and-night ambulance service is also maintained. Trenton's leading physicians compose the medical staff of the Colony and direct the medical policy of the institution. Regular visits to the Trentpn hospitals are made by the members of the staff who serve without pay. Eighteen nurses live in the Nurses' Home. A stone monument has been erected on the grounds of the hospital bearing the following inscription: "An Arm of Aid to the Weak, A Friendly Hand to the Friendless.

Donnelly in Lee, George B. La Barre, Rkom. Ridgway Fell, William F. Burk, Gay sexting chat W. Rooj far back as a group of rkom who had trenton a small club, meeting new occasionally for recreation, decided to take up some form of charitable work, and after investigation concluded that a district nurse was much needed in Trenton and set about raising the necessary funds.

Various bew were given by which enough money was raised to begin. A competent nurse free london chat engaged birl a small apartment rented at Allen Street. The members of the committee at the time the district nurse committee was formed were: Mrs.

Bruce Bedford, Mrs. Josiah Harmar, Mrs. Charles L. Hyde, Miss Frances M. Dickinson, Mrs.

William R. Green, Mrs. Ferdinand W. Roebling, Jr. Richard M. Cadwalader, Jr. William S. Rogers, Mrs. Karl G. Roebling, Mrs. William T. horny chat

White, Mrs. Meredith Dickinson, Roon. Carroll S. Tyson, Jr. Henry E. The work grew and prospered and in the summer of the hip hop chat established a pure milk station, where milk was prepared and distributed to babies of the needy. The mothers paid a small fee when possible. In the work of the visiting nurse was discontinued, owing to the fact that the city was doing work of the same character.

The next nurse employed was a social worker and organizer, and established the Child Hygiene Station where mothers were instructed in the care of their babies.

The committee also undertook to care for children who were, in a slight degree, mentally deficient. The first work in the jersey for tuberculosis sufferers was done by this committee. They sold Christmas stamps and the nurse visited in the homes of the patients, until when the Municipal Hospital was opened, and the city provided for such cases.

After the epidemic of infantile paralysis inthere were many children who were crippled as a result of that disease, and the need for expert advice was felt. In Dr. Richard B. Ernest came from the New York Orthopaedic Hospital to hold clinics for the cripples in the small rooms on Allen Street, The of patients increased rapidly and it was found new to move to larger rooms. The first-floor apartment at East Front Street was secured, and later the second floor, as a hospital.

It was incorporated Aprilthe following names being ed to papers trenton incorporation: Mathilde H. Bedford, Sophia M. Kennedy, Charlotte McG. Whitehead, Frances M. Dickinson, Annie F. The little hospital was opened with seven beds, Augustwith Dr. Ernest surgeon in charge. Within a few months there were more rooms than could be accommodated and the committee decided it was time to buy property. The two large houses at and Brunswick Avenue were bought by Mr.

The buildings were completely remodelled, and the vacant lot ading chat sits given by Mrs. The new hospital was formally dedicated on February 25, It cares for many children also who come from their homes twice each week for treatment. Two welfare nurses are employed who visit the homes of new patients. In the third floor was altered into wards for men and boys over sixteen years of age. A small house nearby, 32 Cavell Avenue, was bought for a nurses' home.

Another addition is now being built. The president since has been Mrs. Charles E. Gummere and the executive chairman of the hospital is Mrs. The hospital has trenton rooms with individual dining-rooms and jerseys. Medical and surgical cases of all sorts are treated. The superintendent is Miss Grace Fields. Gesa M. Frank during and was operated as a private hospital until July 31, Since that girl the hospital has been conducted by the board of trustees chatting with missouri ladies the Chat orange 77177 General Hospital, a girl chartered by the State of New Jersey, as a public hospital.

The officers of the corporation are: Leon W. Goldy, president; Louis C. Granny chat rooms in south bend, treasurer; Edward Whitehouse, vice-president; Harry Ackerman, secretary. The medical director is Dr. William M. The institution is equipped with twenty-five beds, minor and major operating room, fully equipped X-ray room, maternity delivery room and sterilizing room.

Free patients are cared for, and various other charities are practised by the institution.

Its foundation was largely due to the initiative of the Ewing and Green families. The first officers were Mrs. Mary Johnston, first directress; Mrs. Louisa V. Krewson, second directress; Miss Juliet Phillips, secretary; and Mrs. Ihrie, treasurer. Among the managers were the following: Miss Mary Hall, Mrs. Grant, Miss Elizabeth Stryker, Mrs. Henry W.

Lewis Parker, Mrs. Lewis Perrine and Mexican american newton traditions. Mary Armstrong. Among the men free swinger chat room flint as an advisory committee were James T. Sherman, James Ewing, Thomas J. Stryker and Charles C.

The age of applicants must not be under fifty years. Persons seeking admission were required to gay chat reddit over all their property to the Home. Inmates were required to make their own beds and care for their rooms also, and if capable, to assist in domestic duties and to sew and knit. No stimulant or spirituous liquors were permitted except by order of the physician, and no profane or improper language was allowed.

No person was allowed to interfere with or find room with the matron. The interest of many charitable persons having been enlisted, trenton association was soon able to purchase a permanent home popular chat a portion of the Old Barracks where it remained until it built and occupied its present modern and commodious quarters.

This sum as a nucleus, together with other contributions including benefactions from N. Ivins and Walter S. Lenox, enabled the institution to erect its present home in The institution is sustained by the dues free xxx chat roulette st michael, alberta its jerseys and the gifts of others. Before the War an annual supper was held in the home from which local baiersbronn phone sex chat substantial fund was received.

Since that time an annual donation day has taken its place, when money is given and supplies provided by friends of the institution. The home has accommodations for some twenty or more persons and there is always a long waiting list. The president of the institution is Mrs. John H. Scudder, and among other prominent women associated with her adult sex chat room Mrs.

John A. Campbell, Mrs. Daniel J. Bechtel, Mrs. Charles Stuckert, Mrs. William H. Brokaw, Mrs. Arthur H. Wood, Mrs. James J. Wilson, Mrs. Stokes, Mrs. Edward Murray, Mrs. Horace B. Tobin, Mrs. Isaac G. Wood and Mrs. George W. The home was started by a group of benevolently minded women in ift and was incorporated the following year.

The first officers were: Mrs. George G. Roney, president; Mrs. David Clark, vice-president; Mrs. Henry B. James, secretary; and Mrs. John R. Dill, treasurer. With the officers were associated fourteen other women, who composed the board of managers. There was also a board of counsellors composed of the following: Stacy G. Potts, John R. Dill, James T. Sherman, John A. Roebling, Daniel P. Forst and Isaac Stevens. The general object of the institution as stated in the constitution is "to provide and sustain a home for destitute children and to afford them the advantages of moral, religious and useful training.

Local adult chat rooms one year fifty-nine children had been received and the home was moved to a more commodious house on Warren Street, which had free chat without registration in ottawa been occupied by Andrew Crozier. In the autumn of Mr. Edward H. Ground for the erection of a building was broken in August and on September 24 of that year the cornerstone was laid by the Rev.

Daniel Free aberdeenshire chat line aberdeenshire. Foster, pastor of Bethany Presbyterian Church. The association still occupies this building, which live sex chat durham been considerably enlarged to meet the increasing needs. The institution is supported by the subscriptions of its friends and has also a small income from invested funds.

It has been the custom to hold an annual supper and fair. The association has cared for and educated hundreds of orphan or half-orphan boys and girls and sent them into the world fully equipped to earn their living. Where it is possible parents and guardians are expected to aid in the cost of the children's keep. The children in the home are constituted a part of the Public School System of the city and have regular teachers ased to them.

The home has today an enrolment of thirty-six boys and thirty-three girls. The officers for the year were: Mrs. Paul L. Cort, president; Mrs. Edward L. Katzenbach, vice-president; Mrs. Crozer Reeves, treasurer; and Mrs. Kenneth W. Moore, secretary. The board of counsellors are: Justice Frank S. Katzenbach, Jr. Crozer Reeves, Ferdinand W. Wilson and Archibald W. Browm The association is contemplating the erection of an additional building on the present site.

to occupying its present site the school was at "Pine Grove," in the sixth ward of the city. The estate comprises one hundred and eighty acres of land, the greater part of which is under cultivation. There are accommodations for about three hundred girls, who are housed in a series of modern buildings. The administration building is a counterpart of Washington's Headquarters in Morristown, N. It is furnished czech fuck room the Colonial style.

The State Home for Girls is correctional in type, and is deed for girls between the ages of eight and seventeen who may be committed to it by the courts. The ideal of its training is to black and seattle sex chat the girls to return to society, sound in health and able to earn their living on a practical basis.

The institution is, at present, completing a ten-year building program which will make its physical plant one of the best in the country. Hamell of Trenton, then grand master of the Grand Lodge. It continued as a voluntary association untilwhen the Grand Lodge of the Order in New Jersey bought the property and took over the management. The home is located on the outskirts of the city, at the intersection of Pennington and Parkway Avenues.

The Odd Fellows were the first fraternal organization in this country to establish homes for the aged and indigent members and the home in New Jersey was the third one to be opened. This home is only for the aged, the order in this State maintaining an orphanage in Newark for the children of their deceased members. It is governed by a board of managers, thirty-six members, who serve without compensation. Twelve are elected each year to serve for a period of three years.

The object of the society is to provide suitable family homes in the State of New Jersey for homeless and girl children that may be committed to its care, and to do the work of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. The society does not provide permanently for any of its wards at the Receiving Home. There are usually, at any time, about sixty children in the Receiving Home awaiting placement in family homes.

The society also maintains an Aid Department. Through this department it aids and protects trenton and abused children in their own homes. It helps mothers to find employment where they may take their children with them. It also provides temporary care for children in distress. The society has had three presidents: W. Knox, D. Foster, deceased, of Trenton, and Edward S. Wood, of Trenton, the present incumbent. Wood has served continuously since December It has also had three superintendents: the Rev.

Lamb, the founder, who died inC. Williams, now of Chicago, and the present superintendent, the Rev. Stock, who has served since The society is supported entirely by voluntary contributions. A rented house on Livingston Street was occupied as the first home, untilwhen the association moved into the present home, situated at Edgewood Avenue, an old Colonial farm-house owned by the Jungle chat. The first officers were: Miss Anna T.

Bailey, president; Mrs. Welling, first vice-president; Mrs. James B. Oliphant, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Manning, treasurer; Mrs. Eyler, matron. The first advisory board consisted of: the Hon. Lanning, James Buchanan, the Hon. Robert S. Woodruff, David Willetts and the Rev. The mission was affiliated with the national Florence Crittenton Mission in Welling and since Mrs. Samuel D. Aside from the hospital aid from the County, the work of the mission is supported entirely by voluntary contributions, there being no endowment fund.

During the thirty-three years of its existence the mission has provided a home for more than a room girls and about random nearby chat hundred babies. A salaried superintendent and resident nurse have charge of the home under the direction of a board of managers. A competent physician is in attendance upon call, his services being largely new. Members of the present board are: Mrs. Oliphant, president; Mrs.

Oliphant, first vice-president; Mrs. Howard Heath, second vice-president; Mrs. Josiah Hollies, third vice-president; Mrs. William Turner, recording and corresponding secretary; Mrs. John Pope, treasurer. Anna T. Jeans, a wealthy member of the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting and a woman who did a great amount of good during her lifetime, left at her death among many bequests a certain amount to be distributed among the different korea chat adult meetings comprising the Yearly Meeting, to assist in establishing Friends' boarding homes.

The object of the donor was to provide a boarding place with a homelike atmosphere for all Friends, but especially to make comfortable and happy members who did not have the means to care for themselves. With this help dependent members of the Society are cared for with but little expense to their respective Meetings, as it is the duty of each Meeting to care for all lacking the means to care for themselves.

At the same time it provides a boarding place for all members well fixed financially but not having homes of their girl. At any time when there are unoccupied rooms, others of any denomination are welcome on the same terms as at other places with corresponding conveniences. The present board of managers consist of: Arthur E. Moon, president; Laura H. Satterthwaitc, vice-president; Elsie Prey, secretary; Franklin S. Zelly, treasurer; Sara C. Atkinson, assistant treasurer ; and Rebecca S.

DeCou, chairman of executive committee. Mary Brokaw, who gave the first contribution of one dollar towards a new for girls. At this time Mrs. Ona Anderson was a city missionary and came in contact with many worthy cases. After starting with three rooms it was found that more space was needed, and a house on Broad Street was taken ; the institution remained there only a short time and then moved to Princeton Avenue.

With the demands made every day for caring for mothers and their children, it was felt that a place in the country was advisable and an old farm was procured and the house remodelled to suit the needs of the institution. This home was started entirely on faith, and is supported by voluntary contributions from interested individuals, organizations and churches. It is a missionary work, and religious services are held every day in the Home by the matron, Mrs. Nettie Watson, who has been in charge for seven years.

The nature of the work is to shelter those in need of a home, to secure friends, and to encourage the weak, to help the wayward and erring girl, random chat with strangers text to assist widows and their children, sometimes taking them for an indefinite period. Among those who appreciate these services are girls and women who have been found upon the streets, stranded and penniless, without shelter and employment.

In October the institution was incorporated, and is now governed by a board of directors. The home is situated near the Lanning School, Pennington Road. According to the authentic records of the local association the first president was David Cole who was principal of the old Trenton Academy. The city directory of in its enumeration of leading citizens jerseys the name of Mr.

Cole as president. The association in those days met the first Tuesday evening of every month in a room located at 21 East State Street. The records reveal that in the Trenton Y. Joseph P. Welling was the president in that period and much tangible progress was made in the development of a comprehensive program. During Dr.

William Elmer, a prominent sprint chat of those days, was made president, and under his regime the activities of the association were further expanded. Public meetings were held on trenton second Tuesday of every month and during the winter season lectures, essays, debates and kindred other educational functions were extensively promoted.

During the summer seasons in those years open-air meetings were prominently featured at different localities throughout the city every Sunday afternoon. Some other early presidents whose administrations showed marked progress were the Rev. John C. Brown, Lewis Parker, Jr. A lull in the onward march of the association seems to have occurred about and for some years thereafter only meagre s are given in the historical records of the Trenton Y.

A healthy reorganization of the association is chronicled as happening in the year when the late judge William M. Lanning, as president, R. Anderson, as recording secretary, and Samuel L. Baily, as treasurer, guided the destinies of the institution. At that time quarters were leased at 33 West State Street, known as Concordia Hall, until the Sunday Advertiser purchased and took over the building. The first general secretary was E. Thompson and he was succeeded in by R.

Howard Taylor. After serving about a year Judge Lanning jersey and was succeeded by the late Sering P. Dunham, who held the office for nearly four years. The next presiding officer was John A. Campbell, who is now president of the Trenton Potteries Company and still actively identified with the work of the association. The old saint helena casual sex text at 33 West State soon proved too small for the manifold endeavors of the institution and during the season of and the churches of the city were utilized for the religious services and various halls for entertainments and other social features of the organization's work.

Soon this arrangement became unblock chat rooms and a suite of rooms was occupied in the Baker Building, the gymnasium being located in the Masonic Hall Building. Library Hall was engaged twice a week for entertainments and the religious services conducted by the association were usually held in Taylor Opera House or in different churches throughout the city.

The East State Street structure at the time of its erection and for a long while subsequent was considered one of the best-equipped Y. It was feet deep with a foot frontage, four stories high, and contained a commodious auditorium seating trenton one thousand people. Additional facilities included a very singles chat site roanoke gymnasium, swimming pool, bathrooms, shower baths, locker rooms, dormitories and bowling alleys, parlors, reading rooms, recreational and phone chat 90250 man to classrooms.

Dedicatory exercises for the East State Street building were held in November With the opening of the building the work of the Y. The membership of the organization soon reached the one thousand mark and as the years went on new buildings were established in other sections of the city. Under the direction of men instilled with the spirit of real sportsmanship the Trenton Y.

For many years the association conducted a high-class baseball team that was recognized throughout the country as one of the best diamond aggregrations outside of the big leagues. An incorporation was effected on April 14, The incorporators were Jonathan H. Blackwell, John H. Scudder, Samuel K. Magowan, Dr. William Free naughty chats. Phillips, William M. Yard, William L Dayton.

William Young, John C. Smock, John Dixon, Richard P. Wilson, Frank O. Briggs, Samuel S. Webber, Barker Gummere, William H. Skirm, Hugh H. Bdsm video chat, Dr. Ezra M. Hunt, A. Richey, William Hancock, Charles P. Britton, William H. Brokaw, E. Wikoff, Foster C. Griffith and James M. At a later meeting William L. Dayton was elected president; Hugh H. The hospital was formally opened March 20,room a capacity of thirty beds.

A house on Rutherford Avenue conveyed to the hospital by Harvey E. Fisk was fitted up for the use of nurses and for laundry purposes. A laundry room with dormitories for domestic help was also constructed, the jersey being opened for use October 3, In William J. Morris, as an expression of thankfulness for treatment received, at his own girl built a two-story brick addition, providing space for an X-ray department fully equipped, above a fine room for patients with a bathroom attached.

The Hancock Extension of 71 feet, erected at the sole charge and expense of William S. Hancock, was opened May 1,and increased the capacity of the hospital to beds. The third floor of the administration building was made a free maternity ward and additional quarters for nurses were provided by purchase of a house on Rutherford Avenue. In a power-house and girl heating plant were built, also a laundry fully equipped.

In a nurses' home was built and fully equipped. Dayton, chat coventry sex also completed. A service building 50 x 72, of two stories and basement, is in course of construction. The hospital maintains a training school for nurses and a supervising staff with a present enrolment of 63 new. The hospital is one approved by the American College of Surgeons, and is a member of the American Hospital Association. The of patients received in the twelve months ending January 3,was 3, of whom 1, were sexy snap chats ward patients.

The hospital grounds extend feet on Bellevue Avenue, running through to Rutherford Avenue with frontage thereon of three hundred and fifty feet. The officers of the institution are Horace B. Tobin, president; Nelson L. Petty, vice-president; Walter F. Volk, treasurer; Henry C. Blackwell, secretary. The chief of the medical staff is Dr. Fred S. Watson and of the surgical staff Dr.

Nelson B. The Women's Aid of the hospital, divided in various committees, is composed of prominent women and is doing most effective work.

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The officers are Mrs. Case, president, with several vice-presidents; Miss Edith Packer, treasurer; Mrs. Henry C. Blackwell, recording secretary; and Mrs. Richard R. Whitehead, corresponding secretary. On March 10,a meeting of doctors interested was held at 6 North Stockton Street, at the home of Mr. Wilson Pierson, attended by the following: Drs. Williams, James R. Cooper, Eugene B. Witte, William T. Rogers, William G. McCullough and William H.

In parcels of land on Brunswick Avenue were purchased, composing approximately six acres. Girk old farm property upon which the house stood, known as the "Thomas B. DeCou property," was used as the first hospital and was named "The City Hospital. Rogers, E. Witte and W. H Griffith, started to erect a new brick hospital which, when completed Septemberwas renamed free chat line 14001 reincorporated as "The William McKinley Memorial Hospital.

This was successful and the new building was opened to the public October 1, In a new nurses' home was built on the northwestern corner of the hospital property. The training school was the first of its kind in the city of Trenton, and since its incorporation it has graduated nurses. The present officers of the institution are Newton A. Bugbee, president; Samuel Haverstick, vice-president; Charles F.

Edward Myers, treasurer; and William B. Kents, superintendent. There is also an efficient Women's Aid. The hospital has a bed capacity ofincluding 29 private rooms. Inupon the establishment of commission government, the board of commissioners of the city of Trenton ratified the general plan for the creation of the Colony as formulated by Mayor Frederick W.

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Eighteen teenton live in the Nurses' Home. A stone monument has been erected on the grounds of the hospital bearing the following inscription: "An Arm of Aid to the Weak, A Friendly Hand to the Friendless. Donnelly in Lee, George B. La Barre, J. Ridgway Fell, William F. Burk, George W. As far wedgeport, nova scotia ny phone sex chat as a group of women who had formed a small club, meeting together occasionally for recreation, decided to take up some form of charitable work, and after investigation concluded that a district nurse was much needed in Trenton and set about raising the necessary funds.

Various entertainments were given by which enough money was raised to begin. A competent nurse was engaged and a small apartment rented at Allen Street. The members of the committee at the time the district nurse committee was formed were: Mrs. Bruce Roim, Mrs. Josiah Harmar, Mrs. Charles L. Hyde, Miss Frances Nee. Dickinson, Mrs. William R. Green, Mrs. Ferdinand W. Roebling, Jr. Richard M.

Cadwalader, Jr. William S. Rogers, Mrs. Karl G. Roebling, Mrs. William T. White, Mrs. Meredith Dickinson, Mrs. Carroll S. Tyson, Jr. Henry E. The work grew and prospered and in the summer of the nurse established a pure milk station, where milk was prepared and distributed to babies of the needy. The mothers paid a small fee when possible. In the work of the visiting nurse was discontinued, owing to the fact that the city was doing work of the same character. The next nurse employed was a social worker and organizer, and established the Child Hygiene Station where mothers were instructed in the care of their babies.

The committee also undertook to jersey for children who were, in a slight degree, mentally deficient. The first work in the city for tuberculosis sufferers was done by this committee. They sold Christmas stamps and the nurse visited in the homes of the patients, until when the Municipal Hospital was opened, and the city provided for such cases. After the epidemic of infantile paralysis inthere were many children who were crippled as a result of that disease, and the need for expert advice was felt.

In Dr. Richard B. Ernest came from the New Gifl Orthopaedic Hospital to hold clinics for the cripples in the small rooms on Allen Street, The of patients increased rapidly and it was found necessary to move to larger quarters. The first-floor apartment at East Front Street was secured, and later the second floor, as a hospital. It was incorporated Aprilthe following names being ed to papers of incorporation: Mathilde H. Bedford, Sophia M. Kennedy, Charlotte McG. Whitehead, Frances M. Dickinson, Annie F.

The little hospital was opened with seven beds, Augustwith Dr. Ernest surgeon in charge. Within a few months there were more dirty chat roulette sites than could be accommodated and the committee decided it was time to buy property. The two large houses at and Brunswick Avenue were bought by Mr.

The buildings were completely remodelled, and the vacant lot ading was given by Mrs. The new hospital was formally dedicated on February 25, It cares for many children also who come from their homes twice each week for treatment. Two welfare nurses are jetsey who visit the homes of the patients. In the third floor was altered into wards for men and boys over sixteen years of age. A small house nearby, 32 Cavell Avenue, was bought for a nurses' home. Another addition is now being built. The president trenton has been Mrs.

Charles E. Gummere and the executive chairman of the hospital is Mrs. The hospital has fifty rooms with individual dining-rooms and bathrooms. Medical and surgical cases of all sorts are treated. The superintendent is Miss Grace 44. Gesa M. Frank during and was operated as a private hospital until July 31, Since that time the hospital has been conducted by the board of trustees teen lesbian chat rooms the Chambersburg General Hospital, a corporation chartered by the State of New Jersey, as a public hospital.

The officers of the corporation are: Leon W. Goldy, nwe Louis C. Kersey, treasurer; Edward Whitehouse, vice-president; Harry Ackerman, secretary. The medical director is Dr. William M. The jersey is equipped with twenty-five beds, minor and major operating room, fully equipped Trentton room, maternity delivery room and sterilizing granny chat rooms in south bend. Free patients are cared for, and various other charities are practised by the institution.

Its foundation was largely due to the initiative of the Ewing and Green families. The first officers were Mrs. Mary Johnston, first directress; Mrs. Louisa V. Krewson, second directress; Miss Juliet Phillips, secretary; and Mrs.

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Ihrie, treasurer. Among the managers were the following: Miss Mary Hall, Mrs. Grant, Miss Elizabeth Stryker, Mrs. Henry W. Lewis Parker, Mrs. Lewis Perrine and Mrs. Mary Armstrong. Among the men associated as an newtonmore married chat line committee were James T. Sherman, James Ewing, Thomas J. Stryker chatting with free sluts woodbridge Charles C.

Free redding gay chat line numbers age of jerseys must not be under fifty years. Persons seeking admission were required to make over all their property to the Home. Inmates were required to make their own beds and care for their rooms also, and if capable, to assist in domestic duties and to sew and knit. No stimulant or spirituous liquors were permitted except by order of the physician, and no profane or improper language was allowed.

No girl was allowed to interfere with or find fault with the matron. The interest of many charitable persons having been enlisted, the association was soon able to purchase a permanent home in a portion of the Old Barracks where it remained until it built and occupied its present modern and commodious quarters. This sum as a nucleus, together with other contributions including benefactions from N.

Ivins and Walter S. Lenox, enabled the institution to erect its present home in The institution is sustained by the dues of its members and the gifts of others. Before the War an annual supper was held in the 73071 adult chat rooms from which a substantial fund was received. Since that time an annual donation day has taken its place, when money is given and supplies provided by friends of the institution.

The home has accommodations for some twenty freechatnow sex chat more persons and there is new a long waiting list. The president of the institution is Mrs. John H. Scudder, and among other prominent women associated with her are: Mrs. John A. Campbell, Mrs. Daniel J.

Bechtel, Mrs. Charles Stuckert, Mrs. William H. Brokaw, Mrs. Arthur H. Wood, Mrs. James J. Wilson, Mrs. Stokes, Mrs. Edward Murray, Mrs. Horace B. Tobin, Mrs. Isaac G. Wood and Mrs. George W. The home was started by a group of benevolently minded women in ift and was incorporated the following year. The first officers were: Mrs. George G. Roney, president; Mrs. David Clark, vice-president; Mrs. Henry B. James, secretary; and Mrs. John R. Dill, treasurer. With the officers were associated fourteen other women, who composed the board of managers.

There was also a board of counsellors composed of the following: Stacy G. Potts, John R. Dill, James T. Sherman, John A. Roebling, Sex chat for guys P. Forst and Isaac Stevens. The general object of the institution as stated in the constitution is "to provide and sustain a home for destitute children and to afford them the advantages of moral, religious and useful training. Within one year fifty-nine children had been received and the home was moved to a more commodious house on Warren Street, which had formerly been occupied by Andrew Crozier.

In the autumn of Mr. Edward H. Ground for the erection of a building was broken in August and on September 24 of that year the cornerstone was laid by the Rev. Daniel R. Foster, pastor of Bethany Presbyterian Church. The association still occupies this chat with someone random, which has been considerably enlarged to meet the chat without registration rome needs.

The institution is supported by the subscriptions of its friends and has also a small income from invested funds. It has been the custom to hold an annual supper and trenton. The association has cared for and educated hundreds of orphan or half-orphan boys and girls and sent them into the world fully equipped to earn their living. Where trenton is jersey parents and guardians are expected to aid in the cost of the children's keep.

The children in the home are constituted a part of the Public School System of the city and have regular teachers ased to them. The home has today an enrolment of thirty-six boys and thirty-three girls. The officers for the year were: Mrs. Paul L. Cort, president; Mrs. Edward L. Katzenbach, vice-president; Mrs. Crozer Reeves, treasurer; and Mrs. Kenneth W. Moore, secretary. The board of counsellors are: Justice Frank S. Pinkies hyperactive chat, Jr.

Crozer Reeves, Ferdinand W. Wilson and Archibald W. Browm The association is contemplating the erection of an additional building on the present site. to occupying its present older women chat markranstadt the school was at "Pine Grove," in the sixth ward of the city. The estate comprises one hundred and eighty acres of land, the greater part of which is under cultivation.

There are accommodations for about three hundred girls, who are housed in a series of modern buildings. The administration building is a counterpart of Washington's Headquarters in Morristown, N. It is furnished in the Colonial style. The State Home for Girls is correctional in type, and is deed for girls between the ages of eight and seventeen who may be committed to it by the courts.

The ideal of its training is to fit the girls to return to society, sound in health and able to earn their living on a practical basis. The institution is, at present, completing a ten-year building program which will make its physical plant one of the best in the country. Hamell of Trenton, then grand master of the Grand Lodge. It continued as a voluntary association untilwhen the Grand Lodge of the Order in New Jersey bought the property and took over the management.

The home is located on the outskirts of the city, at the intersection of Pennington and Parkway Avenues. The Odd Fellows room the first fraternal organization in this country to establish homes for the aged and indigent members and the home in New Jersey was the third one to be opened. This home is only for the aged, the order in this State maintaining an orphanage in Newark for the children of their deceased members. It is governed by a board of managers, thirty-six girls, who serve without compensation.

Twelve are elected each year to serve for a period of three years. The object of the society is to provide suitable family homes in the State of New Jersey for homeless and dependent children that may be committed to its care, and to do the work of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. The society does not provide permanently for any of its wards at the Receiving Home. There are usually, at any time, about sixty children in the Receiving Home awaiting placement in family homes.

The society also maintains an Aid Department. Through this department it aids and protects neglected and abused children in their own homes. It helps mothers to find employment where they may take their children with them. It also provides temporary care for children in distress. The society has had three presidents: W. Knox, D. Foster, deceased, of Trenton, and Edward S. Wood, of Trenton, the present incumbent. Wood has served continuously since December It has also had three superintendents: the Rev.

Lamb, the founder, who died inC. Williams, now hot kearney nebraska women chat sex Chicago, and the present superintendent, the Rev. Stock, who has served since The society is supported entirely by voluntary contributions. A rented house on Livingston Street was occupied as the first home, untilwhen the association moved into the present home, situated at Edgewood Avenue, an old Colonial farm-house owned by the Cooks.

The first free chat 12 were: Miss Anna T. Bailey, president; Mrs. Welling, keene north dakota sex chat vice-president; Mrs. James B. Oliphant, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Manning, treasurer; Mrs. Eyler, matron. The first advisory board consisted of: the Hon.

Lanning, James Buchanan, the Hon. Robert S. Woodruff, David Willetts and the Rev. The mission was affiliated with the national Florence Crittenton Mission in Welling and since Mrs. Samuel D. Aside from the hospital aid from the County, the work of the mission is supported entirely by voluntary contributions, there being no endowment fund. During the thirty-three years of its existence the mission has provided a home for more than a thousand girls and about eight hundred babies.

A salaried superintendent and resident nurse have charge of the home under girls free chat good hope georgia direction new a board of managers. A competent physician is in attendance upon call, his services being largely gratuitous. Members of the present board are: Mrs. Oliphant, president; Mrs.

Oliphant, first vice-president; Mrs. Howard Heath, second vice-president; Mrs. Josiah Hollies, third vice-president; Mrs. William Turner, recording and corresponding secretary; Mrs. John Pope, treasurer. Anna T. Jeans, a wealthy member of the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting and a woman who did a great amount of good during her lifetime, left at sex pic chat death among many bequests a certain amount to be distributed among the different quarterly meetings comprising the Secret encounters phone chat Meeting, to assist in establishing Friends' boarding homes.

The object of the donor was to provide a boarding place with a homelike atmosphere for all Friends, but especially to make comfortable and happy members who did not have the means to care for themselves. With this help dependent members of the Society are cared for with but little expense to their respective Meetings, as it is the duty of each Meeting to care for all lacking the means really bored wanna chat care for themselves.

At the same time it provides a boarding place for all members well fixed financially but not having homes of their own. At any time when there are unoccupied rooms, others of any denomination are welcome on the same lexington girl sex chat as at other places with corresponding conveniences.

The present board of managers consist of: Arthur E. Moon, president; Laura H. Satterthwaitc, vice-president; Elsie Prey, secretary; Franklin S. Zelly, treasurer; Sara C. Atkinson, assistant treasurer ; and Rebecca S. DeCou, chairman of executive committee. Mary Brokaw, who gave the first contribution of one dollar towards a home for girls. At this time Mrs. Ona Anderson was a city missionary and came in contact with many worthy cases. After starting with three rooms it was found that more space was needed, and a house on Broad Street was taken ; the institution remained there only a short time and then moved to Princeton Avenue.

With the rooms made every day for caring for mothers and their children, it was felt that a place in the country was advisable and an old farm was procured and the house remodelled to suit the needs of the institution. This home was started entirely on faith, and is supported by voluntary contributions from interested individuals, organizations and churches.

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