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That cap the nurse on duty wears
Is costlier than the bonnets gay
Worn by the wives of millionaires
Regardless of the price they pay
'Tis something she herself can make,
A bit of linen, trimmed and turned
The right to it ffor mercy's sake,
Was with three years of training earned.
That uniform of spotless white
Wfas costlier than a lady's gown,
'Twas bought with care by day and night
For those with illness stricken down.
The royal robes show royal birth
But every nurses' simple pin
Is emblematic of her worth
A symbol she has toiled to win.
Oh gracious spirit love imbued
That can such tender care accord
Perhaps it is that gratitude
Must always be your best reward.
Now out of gratitude appears
This tribute, done in simple verse
Unto the dedicated years
Of all who choose to be a nurse.
by Edgar A. Guest
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,4 Message ?re1e1 the Senior 611155 President
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TO THE GRADUATES OE 1956 . . .
We have come a long way since the night of February 26, 1954, where
twenty solemn faces peered in gratitude at their parents, instructors, and
loved ones, each proudly wearing a Faulkner cap signifying the end of
an extensive period of theory and practical experience. Each of us can
look back now and recall many moments of discouragement or happiness
and satisfaction in doing a job well.
During the last three years, we have come to realize that our prime re-
sponsibility is to the sick and that nursing is a career involving care of the
emotional as well as the physical aspects of illness on a twenty-four hour basis.
September twelfth will have a special meaning for each of us. It not only
is a special day but a day when we become graduate nurses seeking new
adventure and the endless opportunities that lie before us but it is a day when
each of us will go our separate paths into an endless line of different caps
from all parts of the globe. We will hold the cherished memories of friend-
ships and valuable experiences in nursing which will last a lifetime.
Your senior class president,
Carol Ann Metcalf
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