Faulkner Hospital School of Nursing - Faulkan Yearbook (Boston, MA)

 - Class of 1954

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I-IASKELL, R.N., B.S. Afedical S'nper1'i.rar DOROTHY BATYLDA, R.N., B.S. Slngifnl Szfperzifar' ALICE D. HAMILTON, R.N. Obflelriral S1rperz'i.ror LEONA HURLEY, R.N. Operuling Room Slzperiiwr JOY SUBBOTIN, R.N., M.Ed. Imtfucfor in N1l!',ffNg FAY HUNTING, R,N., B.S. Imtrucior in Scienrex ff Che Seater Nurse A! little girl! - we !tarted our training, Eager to learn, hut-oh-!o much explaining Ahout ethic! and attitude!, technique! and procedure!, Ahout drug! and !olution! and cuhic centimeter!! It'! no wonder we were confu!ed and often concerned For a! hard a! we tried, very little prai!e wa! earned. We were loyal and faithful in all 1'6J'P6L'l'J', H one!t and tru!tworthy! But now let'! reflect. For three long year! we have .ftudied and worhed, S077ZEfl77ZE.f we were happy, hut more often irleed Ahout call-down! received, ahout privilege! denied, About extra duty - that !ometime! we cried. And felt ju!! like auittin g, a! each of u! did, But a nur!e doe!n't quit, !he doe! a! !he'! hid ! AJ' !oon a! we realized ill! in live! we are dealing And we can't make 77Zl.fl'.61k6.I', we changed our feeling!! The tran!ition if !l ow - from a girl to a nur!e, Our three year! of training are only the fir!t. For the re!t of our live!, many year! are .vpent Dependent on our training and all that it meant! Our day! df a !tudent pa!! fa!t in their flight, Soon we'll he wearing the traditional white. ' Were proud of our cap! May it !till fit our head!! ' Keep our gripe! to our!elve! - !et example in!tead.' The value of a nur!e if known hy her deed!! Her goal in life! Her faith in her creed! Our future in nur!in g will depend on our!elve!, Iliff a! the future of nur!ing will need our help. Taken from . . . MARY S. COUGHLIN, R.N 5 X ' ' . 6 'sql' X3 E- 0 r 'pumglobdfinurim . b Qifgb r-7'r'C' I 5 ,- N-Ro. ,S 1' F' C ,gf Af" 403 4 ,gf W Gs ack gf' gl S "Q X 3 L f B iw x 0.9. ' CQ X X N, i rnwl' X ,J E. f' " fp w.S.H. f was " 6 -B'MCdo Y 0 l 5241647 I Standing : Pmidenl .......... -.---------- F RANGES GONZAI-ES seffewy ,,A,................,,,,.,...... ......,...,.,... G LENNA DIXON Vice Pwidew ....- ----------------.-.4-. v REGINA COX Tfgmfef ,,.. .......... P ATRICIA HAYWARD Q PAULA C. BALLERINI 81 Westos'er St.,West Roxbury, Mass. Never 4 hair ou! of plare . . . Aluvzyx forge!! the punch line of a good joke . . . Doex lbirzgx up h1'0ll'IZ , . . A .l7E1'fEL'Ii071i5l in all 14'r1j'.f. PRISCILLA M. BOYDEN "PaIJie" 87 Circle Drive, Wrentham, Mass. Tiny, biz! zzol wmolifed . , . Lang Jkiru and .rnzrfx , . . Sizzgx mmlmzlly in fbe .rbou'e1', on duty-mzyu'bere . . . Lore: Jqzmre dazzrizzg :md .rilrer fox jurkelx. BEVERLY ANN BAKER "Bake" Hillside St., Winthrop Glamour in dmzgareex . . . Ver- .mlile and lalenlea' . . . Anyllaing Bell' doex, you :an be Jufe ix done well . . . Three pauionx-Aw lbur, Cymbidium orchids, and mbbilx. Oil panzu and Plymouth: The girl who blazed the trail to Milton Good matured and eaxy gozng Auxiliary neman when needed KATHLEEN CAVANAUGH ' 'KHI EJ' 74 Fairbanks St. Brighton, Mass. A real Irifhmmz in every way . . . Never lemrex nrzylbing ufz- firzixbed . . . Famoux for her lapiom pudding-coffee. REGINA B. Cox "Coxie" effort. 51 Manthorne Rd., West Roxbury, Mass. Quiet, bu! laumorouf . . . fean'.r bert friend ix ber bed , . . Hard to know, but well worlla lbe JOANNE DEE:-IAN H1011 51 Mishawum Rd., Woburn, Mass. Tall, good-looking, eafy going . . . Alwayx ba! .rometlaing new or different zo wear . . . Faulk nerlr rover gal . . . Alwayx on the ale:-1 for a good time. GLENNA N. DIXON "Dixie" 218 High St., Westerly, Rhode Island F.H.'J .fpafe fade! . . . Alwayy ready lo help where help IJ needed . . . De1er1'e.r nothing bu! :be befl. A real go-gelter . . . Fazforiley-George Slaeuring ,md jerry . . . A irue friend u'laer1ez'er one iJ needed . . . Glamour perxonified. JOANNE GARLAND I P1011 19 Clements Rd. Waltham, Mass. An important :mel to the FAULKAN Jiaff . . . Generoux and likable . . . To know ber ix to like ber. Avis FRANKLIN 564 Allen St., New Bedford, Mass. FRANCES H. GONZALES "Fran" 56 Upland Rd., Somerville, Mass. Kelly of a llaoufarzd wordf . , . Alufayx in a hurry Io ge! .romeplace . . . All kidding fuide, Fran, we dig you .flue mon. PATRICIA HAYWARD HPalH 170 Bridge St., Eastbridgwater, Mass. Fair llainkirzg and fait ialking . . . Pianift far all flaw funcliozzq . . , Sweet and likable. VERONICA JANULEWICZ "Roni1ie" 51 Acton St., Maynard, Mass. Very camcienziouf - exfellerzt n nurxe . . . A real one woman . . . Ifuiure :ben cha . . . Sweet Joprano. mn mp X KAROL J. KENERSON "Ricky" 12 Clifton St., Saugas, Mass. Anatber ouldoor girl . . . Exrellenl in any line of .rporrx . . . Wfell liked by ber palienly and clanmafef. Perfererazzre plux . . . Deep rooled ideal: . . Setf a good example Io be followed. CAREY D. LEONARD Hcdfeyll 36 Shears St. Wrentham, Mass. Willoufy Blonde . . . Symphony Sid'.f mon ardent fan . . . Soft muric and dim light: . . . Sl2e'J the mon Zo :ay the least. BARBARA KILBURN "Barbie" 70 Hall Rd.. Chelmsford, Mass. BARBARA MAGEE "Barbie" 17 Jersey St., Marblehead, Mass. Never Jeen wilhout Ricky . . . Favorite beach Naloant. Full of laughter and fuzz . . . Clan poet . . LETITIA A. MCWILLIAMS "TiJ!m"' SARAH B. RANDALL Hsnllyll 89 Everett St., Wallaston, Mass., Apt. 24 Clan 5-weethearz . . . Firfz of the "ladie.r" zo take the plunge . . . Palienre and determination. 11 Bodfish Ave., Wareham, Mass. Orchidy and champagne . . . Perl, petite, and .fophiitimled . . . One of the good-bud ladies. DOROTHY A. PERLEY "Do2ie" Lindbrook Rd., Ipswich Swimming and hone: . . . Deep thinking and xomezime: myxieri- ou: . . . Hai ll good word for everyone . . . Whe1'e do we go from here, Doltie? N 1 I J MHIHBJ lou Faulkner .f gain Seemingly re .rerzfed bu! alwayx ready for 4 good Mme Her rzendfblp or the asking MARJORIE WHEELER "Margie" 70 Park Ave., Keene, N. H. Never a rorzsriour day in :be 0.R .... Slow, but :ure . . . Share! clan artistry honor: . . A true counlry gal. .v.:91um.1w:msaz1:-1',:- aa-H -fr .v,.-v1fz:'v..',m-V .4 . I Q .. . F 1 lay, lab . ff i ff! i ' 1 S Q ROL A' mo Sowxegkce Glenna. ,cr , .f ff if..iff+f' .1 Y , f .94 0, l"ieo.v5i OSI GOXA To T he OX6 'Piano UXcsy2Y' Vai' A XX X fly 7 Q' if 3 .1 Q 3 S23 TY!! Bctrbixe. Boxes were piled half-way up the ceiling-trunks, books, ra- dios, and suitcases cluttered the floor. "Mike," the little field mouse of Chapin House, sat in the corner afraid he'd be stepped on. It was September Sth, the class of 1954 was on its way out. As Mike remembered their happy three years as student nurses, tears came to his eyes. He brushed them away, reliving the day they arrived three years ago-frightened and bewildered little girls, clutching their mothers' coat-tails for moral support. They were greeted by the faculty and a wonderful house mother. Thus their lives as student nurses began. Initiation night came with that trip to the morgue, specimens to obtain from the wards, doctors to meet, the third degree in the living room, and the party with the beautiful "welcome" cake, grape punch, and blue specimens the next morning. 4 Then their work began-classes, lectures, and studies. How hard they tried-looking forward to the breaks between classes for chocolate milk, peanut butter and crackers, those weekends off and mother's home cooking. At 6:30 one morning I heard a commotion on the third and fourth floors. Rushing up the stairs I saw them trying to ad- just buttons, studs, and collars. How nice they looked their first day in uniform. That afternoon my finger got tired snapping shutters. - I was so pleased when I received my invitation to the monthly birthday parties on the fourth floor-lots of food, cake and punch -even enough crumbs for me. The big day finally arrived initiated by a great snowstorm. The ceremony began with lamps and caps, "they would never walk alone." I was as proud as their mothers and daddys. All heads were held high through the classes, studies, and relief, relief, relief that followed. Slowly the girls, one by one, visited 5-A via the health clinic -gastroenteritis, phlebitis, appendicitis, URI, and inverted Achilles. I ignored the sign on the door and visited each one of them. Summer came and the class beach party-Nahant. The boys did the grilling of franks and the girls tried to keep the food dry. The sky opened and it rained, but only for a few minutes. C' 1 tiling The days brightened and summer vacations came. How quiet it was for three weeks! The girls became ladies as wingbands were passed from big to little sisters. These built up strength and courage to continue. Specialties began: -that uneventful month in the diet kitchen when they tried to decide if salt herring was allowed on a salt-free diet, -three months in the operating room where the first few days were puzzling, trying to differentiate between a kelly and a snap. fAt 12:30 one Sunday morning I developed a severe RLQ pain. I felt sorry about having the call-room nurses awakened. I soon recovered with excellent nursing care.j -off to obstetrics went the ladies to "deliver" 12 babies, feed three at a time in the nursery, and check sutures. Spring came along with affiliations!! I jumped into a suitcase and went to Haynes Memorial Hospital. There they learned respirator care, hot pack applications, and gown technique. The food and hard beds were not to my liking, so I left that group and hitched a ride to Worcester State. I found them playing whist, cooking their own meals, and taking patients out for walks on the beautiful campus. Senior bands replaced the wings, just one more year in training. jello and hamburg were not a substantial diet so I hitched back to Boston and Childrens A new theory-hang up the babies and nurse the charts. Getting 26 hours of clinic helped these three months pass quickly. We soon came back to Faulkner and senior activities-night duty, night substitute, and night float. The yearbook staff was chosen and headaches began. The winter prom and the party that followed were fun. Graduate uniforms, pictures, vacations, senior classes, senior experience and more night duty came along. The senior prom, class picnic, and class banquet added to their scrapbooks. Sunday I was so proud to see them in whites for Baccalaureate. On September 2nd, at 8:00 p.m., in Simmons Auditorium, graduation at last fulfilled their dreams. As the last of the class left, Mike turned sadly away, but the thought of a new class with new adventures, joys, and sorrows filled him with expectations. Veronica janulewicz Joanne Garland fr 'Z 3 K7 0 1 It 'fr Q 1 Q9 L55 wk -Y So My 5 . V Calcksvxsx Yves? Fran Q 1 S-OQQHQ 195 aw wg! v9 4- v as wwargalgggezigaa, V P. 'gi Thi, B 33 l Ritckie K ff YT KW aj, ' f if 'ij Neat Q-Nix 'Tv-'xy-1 Vdv lo, W . XX lx The-Rock 9vxS X , dk 1 QA l ', ' XKQTO NX xxx T NS' K Us QSBJXCSKQO5 Bev I' CN N h '1 OO f I C3 X X.. Q if 'Pu-Yr V Makkah Patsy K . X . ff if Counq Home Plwm la We, tbe Senior Clair of fbe Faulkner Hofpitol of the year rzirzeieezz bzuzdred and fifty four, being of round mind and body, do hereby rompore, pzzblirb, and derlore tbir io be our Lori Will and Temzmenl. TO FAULKNER: We leave three memorable years-we shall never forget. TO CHAPIN HOUSE: We leave a suggestion box with sugges- tion number 1-a cigarette machine. A TO THE DOCTORS: We leave our inexpressable thanks - on the wards, in the operating room, on O.B.S., in the morgue, in the classrooms, clinics, and at our social functions-YOU ARE TOPS! TO DR. STEIN: We leave a case of benadryl, neosynephrine nose drops, empirin, and dexamyl to give to future students. TO THE FACULTY: We leave our thanks for seeing us through. TO MISS REILLY AND MISS PERKINS: We leave those 11 p.m. temps! TO MISS PRINDEVILLE: We leave delusions of Surgical 1 overstaffed and with an overflow of empty beds. TO OUR PARENTS: Vile leave our first pay check. TO THE STUDENTS: We leave evening and night duty on B- Medical and Surgical 1-say no more. TO THE FAULKNER SPECIALS: We leave instructions on how to do up a cap to within a reasonable facsimile. TO THE AIDES: We leave the fact that you thought we never noticed those beds you made for us, errands you ran for us, bed pans you carried for us, baths you gave for us, etc.-but we did-Thanks. TO MRS. CRUISE: We leave the premises neat and orderly. TO EVELYN, LAURA, AND ETHEL: We leave our thanks for being so nice these three long years. TO KATHLEEN: We leave our thanks for those midnight meals we stagger up for at 2 a.m. TO THE KITCHEN: We leave a year's supply of steak to be served only on Fridays. TO TI-IE BAKER: We leave the Gastric 2 regime we have to eat when he is ill. TO THE FUTURE YEARBOOK STAFF: We leave long hours of hard labor, hoping your yearbook is as nice as we think ours is. ill INDIVIDUAL LISTINGS AVIS ABRAMS: leaves her scintillating personality and vocabu- lary to Louise Gomez. BEVERLY BAKER: leaves her bleeding and clotting time to Anne Walsh. PRISCILLA BOYDEN: leaves her arias in the shower to Bette Smith. ALMA CAMMALL: leaves her frequently used poster paints to joan Condron. KATHLEEN CAVANAGH: leaves her raw coffee to anyone who wants it. ROSALIE COIT: leaves her Bible to Frances Skilling. REGINA COX: leaves her bed in order to graduate. JOANNE DEEHAN: leaves her fidelity to one man to Rena Metcalf. PATRICIA HAYWARD: leaves her seat at Chapin House piano to Beverly MacGinnis. PAULA HUBBARD: leaves her pigmented probiscus to Bessie McLeod. VERONICA JANULEWICZ: leaves her "Un Bel Di." FRANCES KELLY: leaves her gift of gab to June Edmunds. KAROL KENNERSON: leaves her footpath to the Health Clinic to Donna Drinan. BARBARA KILBURN: leaves her famous blush to Greta Nord- quist. CAREY LEONARD: leaves her overcrowded date schedule to Nancy Buck. BARBARA MAGEE: leaves with her souvenir from Nahant. LETITIA MCXVILLIAMS: leaves her champagne, Cadillac, and orchid dates to Anne Knudsen. DOROTHY PERLEY: leaves her title of "the prettiest girl in the class" to Marianne Morrill. SALLY RANDALL: leaves her determination and pluck to Jean Moncey. LORRAINE VOISINE: leaves her "savoir faire" to Kathleen LeCocq. MARJORIE WHEELER: leaves her syncope in the O.R. to Beverly Strayton. PATRICIA WINN: leaves her effervescent personality to Lor- raine Smigliani. Signed in Sweat, Blood and Tears by Wilnerred by: Joanne Gafflafld Joanne Deehan Glenna Dixon Jean Cox Nw xws Ka-He '5"N 'INT C5 i LJQ'l'C.Ys O ul! 'Rosalh r Gm f Q Si? Q Lgxxb, 5Wxoklvx3,' C Oxke MQY I. IBQYYYJVJ To Male 1, H G ripe .I Carey , ,, 1 gf .iffy ff '11, , 1 ' f ff If 'Ny A Q X .A-I X 1 ff .i f K X 1 ff " .A ,' ,f 4 I V. , The Queen QQ l'le0.vxS Magee ':'3i?.?i' 5:5 i 1 ' if 3 SIB!-I -SML F -A-Slrxnxovx 'P ldft 'fish 2 5 xQ sl ftfo T lvxo be -Do Nic .. 1 Gia On the 5th day of September, 1964, my boss called me into the office. "Jo," he said, "I've got a big case for you to work on right away." He handed me a list of twenty-three names and said bluntly, "I want the facts, Jo, nothing but the facts." At 9:02 I left my office and headed uptown, I needed a car- bad. At 9:05 I saw it-a neon sign-"U Drive It." I had a hunch this was it, and the hunch paid off when I was con- fronted by No. 10 on my list, jo Garland-slickest used car operator in town, and her partner in the deal, Bev Baker-a pretty, husky-voiced dish, but dynamite under the hood. After one glance I saw this was No. 2. They were both friendly and casual, but I suspected they were hiding something. Then I saw it-the corner of a letter was sticking out of Baker's back pocket. Glancing down, I made out the address of a shady cafe, on the waterfront. At 9:15 I climbed into my car. At 9:23 I drew up in front of the place. It was dark inside but I knew they were there, all right. I entered, sauntered up to the bar and ordered my usual-hot milk. There stood No. 17, Barbie Kilburn, shaking a fast milk- shake behind the bar. She gave me the eye-I understood. I wheeled about and caught No. 23, Margie Wheeler, about to pick my pocket. "What d'ya want, ma'm?" I muttered between clenched teeth. "I gotta have a match, just gotta have a match." As I reached for a match, No. 18 and No. 16, Barb Magee and Rick Kenerson closed in. I knew they were the ringleaders- they had rings on their fingers. I got out fast-through the rear door. I made my way back to the car-it was occupied. I climbed in uneasily-there were five in the back and two in the front--I knew I was not alone. In the rear-view mirror I made out the forms of numbers 3, 12, 1, 20, and 6. A glance to the side re- vealed No. 5 and No. 11. They were taking me for a ride. At 9:55 we arrived at our destination-Howard Johnsons We filed in one by one and arranged ourselves around a booth. I broke the silence-"I need the facts, girls, nothing but the facts." F4 uphrrg They gave with the info-Boyden was head of a syndicate for advice to the lovelorng Hubbard was manufacturing lollipops for future queensg Cavanagh and Hayward were chief jello- servers at Worcesterg Abrams was selling hot wrought-iron furni- ture-she could get it for you wholesale, Perley and Coit were party investigators-I said no more-it was time to go. I called in to the office to see what was up. They told me to get over to Centre and Allandale: a space ship had crashed into a Cadillac convertible-red. At 10:32 I reached the scene of the accident and crossed No. 9 and No. 19 off my list-Glenna Dixon, blood seeping through her space suit, McWilliams, her nail-polish chipped. I followed the ambulance to the hospital. As I waited in the lobby, I heard the voice over the loud- speaker-paging and paging, talking and talking-No. 14, Fran Kelly, refusing to cease on the grounds that she might be in- terrupted. As I lit a butt for the ambulance driver I discovered her to be No. 4, Alma Cammall-ex-stock car champ and now president of the A.A.A. There were six to go. Suddenly a dark figure approached the front desk-"Any business for me?" she asked, with a deep, hollow cough. I recognized No. 7, Jean Cox -morgue supervisor. I called her over. She had the information I needed-I had to have it. These are the facts: No. .13, Ronnie Janulewicz, is now chief inspector of all C.D. bottles throughout the greater metropolis, No. 14, Carey Leonard, has just taken flight No. 69 to the North Pole to see Santa Clausg No. 21, Sally Randall, is acting as a blind-for Cupidg No. 22, Lorraine Voisine, is singing and dancing in a French cabaretg No. 24, Pat Winn-married to Eddie-this sounded fishy-I made a mental note to look into it. At 11:03 I left the hospital. A figure was waiting for me at the car. We got in together. At 11:05 I quit the case and became No. 24 on the boss' listg we drove off-both jolly. S igned, jo Deehan 'H .fj T 1, 4 J an f fx X O0 Q I f 9 1 The Supa-vxSov' R0Ywfxe. , fx fQ yi I O O 1 T - 33 iS, ,5 1, R, x 3 t f'Wb'lKQ'.x Sxcf.. 'Nw wa Oxy ', '9 A' 4 1 ld orwe sick Lorraine 2, 6 ki if Q S greedy bllneel 081, I ,Q I- r ,g"f L4 rf 42 - I , , Q ,. - N Q G OV-3 lY'!tWxber ifhg 'Poi' 6!H55 of 1956 Firff row, left to right: B. Permatteo, M. Seate, C, Metcalf, A. Libby, M. Muirhead. Sefozzd row: E. Robus, N. Amee, K. Hamann, M. Knapp, R. Greaves, A. Shattuck, R Mecagni. Third row: M. McIntyre, E. Hamann, E. Hewitt, M. jankins, M. Moskos, N. Roberts P. Bores. CLASS OFFICERS Prefidezzf .............................................. CAROL METCALF Vire Prefidefzf ............... ......... M ARY LEE SEATE Serorzd Vive Prefidem' ...... ......................... A LMA LIBBY Serrefary .............,.......... ............... B ETTE PERMATTEO Treamref' ...............,... ........ S TEPHANIE MU IRHEAD Zlass af 1955 Firft row, left to right: A. Knudsen, Edmunds, A. Walsh, Moncey, N. Buck. Second row: A. McLaughlin, J. Condron, B. McLeod, L. Smigliani, G. Nordquist, B Strayton, F. Skilling. Third row: B. Smith, R. Metcalf, L. Gomez. Mining: K. LeCocq, B. Maclnnis, D. Drinan, M. Morrill. CLASS OFFICERS Preiident .................................................... ANNE WALSH Vire Prefidezzt ....... .......... J EAN MONCEY Serretary ............ ........ N ANCY BUCK Treamrer ........ ........ J UNE EDMUNDS 611155 of 1954 Firyt row, left to right: P. Winn, I. Garland, G. Dixon, F. Gonzales, R. Cox, P. Hay ward, L. McWilliams. Second rout R. Coit, D. Perley, A. Cammal, K. Cavanaugh, P. Hubbard, L. Voisine. Third row: B. Kilburn, B. Baker, J. Deehan, K. Kennerson, P. Boyden. Mining: A. Franklin, B. Magee, S. Randall, C. Leonard, M. Wheeler, V. janulewicz. Stnttent Genernrnent Officers Front row, left to right: Vice Prerident ......,........ ......., R ENA METCALF Prerident ..................... ....... P ATRICIA WINN Setretnry ..,.......,..,.......... ............. R EGINA COX Bark mug left to right: Treezmrer ,,..,...,,............. ....... K ATI-ILEEN LeCOCQ Sofia! Cbnirnzeztz ............ ..v..,... F RANCES GONZALES Serond Vice President ...... .................. A LMA LIBBY Zfne Qnnlkner Pledge Reverently do I pledge Myself to the whole-hearted service of those whose care is entrusted to this Hospital. To that end I will strive in the fulfillment of my duties hold- ing secret whatsoever I may learn touching upon the lives of the sick. I acknowledge the dignity of the cure of disease and the safe-guarding of health in which no act is menial or inglorious. I will walk in upright faithfulness and obedience to those under whose guidance I am to work, and I pray for patience, kindliness, and understanding in the holy ministry of broken bodies. 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G Frm-. . s. 5 11.6 I ,il . . L Qr sf M , fwQjf-Qffg.- Nagnvi .I . xv KH! x 9 -: ::'7"'l1-1 K -QUPY' ! m 9. V in 944 SE? 441 Daze ZDIlAH'I1'lNVf EHNNOH NHHHTIH HIHHVH NVHHHCI of z1a1E1HHfxx Hlouvw cluvfxxxvl-1 Lvd SNVI'I'II!A9N VHSIL 'nvwwvib VNW GHVNOH1 AHHVD NOSHHNNEDI A513121 TIVCINVH MIV9 :1qa'!.z 01 zfal 'lf0I sq: nf ?llfllll!33g ui Patrons and Pafraucsscs Archie A. Abrams, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Stewart Armstrong Dr. and Mrs. Theodore L. Badger Dr. and Mrs. Marshall K. Bartlett Hollis G. Batchelder, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Bengloff Dr. and Mrs. john T. Bowers Dr. and Mrs. Milton F. Brougham joseph H. Burnett, M.D. John Carty, M.D. Vigil G. Casten, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Cavanaugh Dr. and Mrs. James F. Conway JohnH. Crandon, M.D. Arthur A. Cushing, M.D. David Davis, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. A. Ivan Defrieze Christopher J. Duncan, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Waldo Fielding Dr. and Mrs. Edward Fitzgerald Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Gibbons Richard Gorman, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. John R. Graham Dr. and Mrs. David Halberslaben Burton E. Hamilton, M.D. Edward Hamlin, Jr., M.D. Dr. and Mrs. james Harrison Robert j. Joplin, M.D. Stanley Kimball, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. John Ellis Knight Dr. and Mrs. Philip M. LeCompte Henry C. Marble, M.D. George A. Marks, M.D. George Francis Miller, M.D. Isabelle S. Money, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Francis J. Moran Gordon Mackay Morrison, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Ohler Edward E. O'Neil, M.D. Melvin P. Osborne, M.D. Curtiss Prout, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. George R. Randall Operating Room Dr. and Mrs. John J. Sacco Morris S. Segal, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Sheldon Kathryn S. Snow, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Harold J. Stein Howard I. Suby, M.D. Mary I. Tompkins, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Tartakoff David Weintraub, M.D. William A. White, M.D. Francis M. Woods, M.D. Edwin T. Wyman, M.D. Edward L. Young, M.D. I' Mr. Spousars and Mrs. Saul Abrams Mr. and Mrs. Baker Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Boyden and Mrs. Alrnon Cammall Miss Katherine Carey Miss Mildred H. 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