By Helen Wells
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The road followed along the broad Des Moines River, as it came flowing down from still farther west and north. Road and river turned together, and their four cars passed an overgrown farm, with a rickety farmhouse standing far back from the highway. Cherry could see the blue river glinting behind the farmhouse. Then they drove past a woods, and turned into the dirt roadway of Riverside Park. Once this site had been a forest where Indians camped and fished. It still was half wild, except for a few picnic tables, a log house with lockers for bathers, and an outdoor telephone booth.
He looked at the ankle, which was swelling. “You’re alone, Miss Fraser? ” “Well, I—Someone was supposed to meet me with a car, but he didn’t show up. ” The young woman swallowed hard. “I’m to stay at Mrs. Barker’s house, out in the country. She’s the only person I know here. But she’s an old lady and can’t come to get me, and her son didn’t meet my train. ” The tall young doctor smiled at her. “This is Cherry Ames, our county nurse. Mrs. ” Cherry smiled at the housekeeper and at the young woman.
Might be Floyd’s,” Cherry said. “Maybe,” Dr. ” That, in fact, was Floyd’s excuse. Mrs. Barker told them so when she came out and led them into the house. She took the grapes in with her. 30 C H E RRY A M E S , R UR A L N UR S E “I wish my son would’ve stayed home a few minutes to meet you folks,” Mrs. Barker apologized. “But Floyd always has some business of his own to attend to. ” They found Jane sitting beside a sunny open window in the spare bedroom. She was writing a letter when they came in, but eagerly put it aside.
Cherry Ames, Rural Nurse: Book 15 by Helen Wells