1966 - Russell Memorial Hospital Adds Wing...and...Onaway Post Office Gets Treasury Dept. Award for Buying US Savings Bonds
From Presque Isle County Advance and Onaway Outlook
November 03, 2016

CAPTION: Russell Memorial Hospital administrator Ted Wall said there was a growing need for hospital use in Onaway making it mandatory for expansion. All beds were filled when an Onaway News reporter conducted a survey at the hospital. Maternity care facilities were to be consolidated into a new wing. In other Onaway News, The Onaway Post Office received the United States Treasury Department 25th anniversary award for patriotic service in support of the United States Savings Bond program during 1966. All the postal employees at the Onaway post office were buying savings bonds through the payroll deduction plan.
From the The Presque Isle County Advance November O3, 2016 page 7B.
Retyped by J. Anderson

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