Flower Hospital School of Nursing - Creed Yearbook (Toledo, OH)
- Class of 1955
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Text from Pages 1 - 52 of the 1955 volume:
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I dedicate myself today,
g To those who need my tender care
May strength be given me I pray,
To lift the cross that others bear.
ESTHER BENTON ILA ST JOHN
Leipsia, Ohio Bryan,Ohio
Heaven Was Never Like This" "You'll Never Know"
Vice President President
VIRGINIA NEHRIG Pierre
Maybellel Leipsic, Ohio
Toledo, Ohio "Ti11 The End Of Time"
"I Call Dream. Car1't I" Treasurer
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"You'11 Never Walk Alone"
Clyde , Ohio
It Happened Once Before" "
CHARLENE SPARKS JO ANNE MARTIN
Toledo, Ohio Toledo, Ohio
Rhapsody in fPowderj Blue" "Sleepy Time Gal"
Moline, Ohio MISS MARGIE PLACE
"Gone Fishin"' Class Advisor
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It shall be said that this be the last will and testa-
ment of the class of l955 of the Flower Hospital School
I, Charlene Sparks, will the drudge of my daily
home duties to my little sis, Pat Williamson.
I, Peg Knepper,will the absence of one certain bad
habit to Norma Capaul.
I, Jo Martin, will the title of "the girl with bed-
room eyes" to Lois Fey.
I, Joyce Walter, gladly will 3-ll on second north to
any junior who welcomes it with open arms.
I, lla St. John, will the bruises I acquired on Dis-
trict to Lois Warner.
I, Jeanette Chambers, will my ability of fabrication
to Caroline Brugger.
I, Esther Benton, will by eczema and various sun-
dry allergies to Marilyn Welch.
I, Paula Fisher, will my DA haircut and figure to
I, Carol Smith, will my ability to sleep at any time
to Janet Sawyer.
I, Ginny Nehrig, will my great power of worrying
to my little sis's, Lee, Mert, and Ramona.
l, Darlene Rudolph, will my red nose to Janie Gra-
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by The Howling Highland Ghost.
It has been many a year since I thought of the class of "55". Known for a
long time as the dirty dozen, but ending with the exemplary eleven.
Well, as I heard last, Esther Benton is now married and has about seven
kids, by George! But professionally she is a leading allergy specialist, mostly
She wasn't the only one caught by the well known Cupid Caper, there was
Jeanette Chambers married nowto the director of Julliard School of Music. She
herself has contributed a great deal to the musical world by having music boxes
installed in all the Bellevue ambulances to keep the drivers calmed down.
Miss Paula Fiser is the only woman in the world to have attained the title
of Admiral of the Fleet.'She has traveled through every major city in the world.
Let it be said that Paula is the only sailor who can't swim, but confidently she
got her position by being elected the girl most sailors would like to set up sail
It seems that girls run in pairs for there was another woman of the world,
Lieutenant First Class Peggy Rose Knepper. Lt. Knepper has set the record of
having gone sky high, at least having gone to the moon to set up the first nursing
school there. Let it be said that she is a pioneer in her field.
By way of the grapevine we understand that Joyce Walter is to become the
wife of a professor at Wayne University where she has been Director of Nurs-
ing Education for the past few years. Joyce says that she will retire to home-
making after the wedding.
It has been known for many years that Darlene Rudolph's ambition in life was
to become the worldliest woman in thewhole world. She has resigned her position
as Obstetric charge nurse and student instructor at Providence Lying-in-hos-
pital to work on breaking all the worldly woman records by doing vast research
in that field.
Remember Virginia Nehrig, well despite all her social activities, she is now
a frustrated old maid, holding the Director of Nursing position at a Coast Guard
base hospital. She hasn't given up yet though. Good luck, Ginny!
The last we've heard from Jo Anne Martin she's doing very well teaching
fine Southern women home economics, a sideline after her retirement as a
commissioned Naval officer. Since she was such animmaculate housekeeper in
training no doubt she'll do a fine job.
Prohibition is in full force again with lla St. John behind it all. She's selling
tea. I-Ier own: a regime to put Lipton plus the malt and yeast chemists out of
Charlene Sparks has replaced Molly Mayfair's column in the Blade by popu-
lar demand with a column on advice to the Lovelorn. Charlene attributes her
knowledge in this field to practical experience.
Did you ever see the T.V. program "Emy Sisbasin, R.N."? Well they tell me
Carol Smith plays the major role, besides caring for her seven daughters of
which she and her husband are quite proud.
Here endeth the reading of the Howling Highland Ghost.
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It all started in the fall of 1952 when 30 young girls, just out of high school, decided to make nursing
their career, by enrolling in Flower Hospital School of Nursing.
Of course, we all had our dreams of the "women in white", but we soon found that it wasn't all glory,
Our 4 basic nursing subjects were taken at Toledo University together with getting a slight preview of
nursing procedures at the hospital in the evenings. Believe me we were a busy group cramming for exams
and all of the time trying to adjust to the profession in general.
This all passed soon though and then came the big event we had been striving for, "Capping." Through
the efforts of Miss Rees and Miss Rehklau this was an occasion we will remember forever.
By this time we were having several classes at the hospital and working 4 hours on the floor very proudly
displaying our newly earned caps.
Little by little we began to assume much more responsibility as freshmen, than as "probies," gradually
slipping into our junior year.
Then the second year rolled around, the "green" edge had dulled a little and we were well on the road.
One by one our class dwindled to an even dozen. It was an anxious time proving ourselves worthy of the
trust placed in us by our instructors, doctors, and our parents.
It was a year of study but not without a little fun, Charlene Sparks was elected Queen of our "Rhapsody
in Blue" dance and Peggy Knepper was Miss Student Nurse of Toledo, 19 54.
So with our working and playing we reached the third year. At long last we are on the home stretch.
1955 secured anillusion to usthat first year in training. We've had lots of fun and work on this long journey
and now it's about to end for some or open a new door for others.
This year has been the rounding out of our careers with affiliations at both Childrens Hospital and Toledo
State Hospital. These are days we'll never forget nor want to.
Now in these final days we are looking toward graduation, the Junior Senior Prom and finally a white
uniform topped with a black banded cap.
With diplomas in our hands, this poem might well be remembered:
You to the left and I to the right,
For the ways of men must sever--
And it well may be for a day and a night,
And it well may be forever.
But whether we meet or whether we part
flior our ways are past our knowingj
A pledge from the heart to its fellow heart
For we know not where we are going.
Whether we win or whether we lose
With the hands that life is dealing,
It is not we nor the ways we choose
But the fall of the cards that's sealing.
There 's a fate in Life and a fate in fight,
And the best of us all go under--
And whether we're wrong or whether we're right,
We win, sometimes to our wonder.
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With a steady swing and an open brow
We have tramped the ways together,
But we're clasping hands at the crossroads now
In the Fiend's own night for weather,
And whether we bleed or whether we smile
ln the leagues that lie before us,
The ways of life are many a mile
And the dark of fate is o'er us. A
And a cheer for the dark before us!
You to the left and I to the right,
For the ways of men must sever,
And it well may be for a day and a night
And it well may beforever!
But whether we live or whether we die
fFor the end is past our knowingj,
Here's two frank hearts and an open sky,
Be a fair or ill wind blowing!
Here We spent the first 6 months of
our training getting a good founda-
tion for the rest of our work to
come. We took Anatomy, Physiology,
Microbiology, and Psychology. It
wasn't all work, however, since We
each received an Activities Card
which gave us free admission to the
football games, dances, etc.
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To each received3 months practical
experience in psychiatric nursing at
Toledo State Hospital. The beautiful
campus and the many acquaintances
made the stay a pleasant one for all.
At Ch11dren's Hospital in Columbus,
We spent another happy 3 months,
this time in the field of pediatrics.
When it was time to leave, we were
so attached to not only the children
who were our patients, but also our
friends from other hospitals, that
hated to say "good-by."
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When eyes grow dim and night appears
My faith in Him will calm their fearsg
With smiles I'll dry a-way their tears,
Keep me worthy to serve today.
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Left to right: Mercedes Rutherford, Treasurer, Miss BeCk
Lois Fey, President, Janet Sawyer, Secretary,
Kathleen McCoy, Vice President.
FIRST ROW,Left to right: Jane Graber, Lois Warner, Mercedes Rutherford, Lois Fey, Kathleen McCoy, Janet Sawyer,
Caroline Brugger, Kathryn Milliron. SECOND ROW: Norma Andersen, Mary Ann Matheney, Zaiga Ozolins, Ramona
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All hail to the class of "5.6". We're the twenty-two Juniors
of Flower Hospital School of Nursing, trying to do our best to
p re se r ve the honor and dignity of our Alma Mater. Deter-
minedly we worked toward this goal, '
ln the sales department we sold Christmas cards and All-
Occasion cards and gained a few pennies in this manner.
A candy and cookie sale was given in November of 1954
which took everyone off their diets to make it a successful
Needless to say, our sale of wax was a prolonged one.
Anyone want a can?
In December of 1954, we had a joint rummage sale with
the seniors , Such lovely clothes we had. Why, we almost
drove people out of Simms recreation room with our boxes and
cart ons galore, Thanks to all who helped, it was a success
with allpersons left intact. The Goodwill, Inc. was kind
enough to accept our leftover goods.
Party wise: As 'big sisters" we had the privilege and fun
of initiating the probies. Such fun?
Our Christmas party was a great success. It was held at
Highland House in combination with the seniors. We played
charades and then joined in on ,the all-school party for fun,
exchanges of gifts with Santa, and refreshments.
Memories, memories: we will never forget our junior year
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And the ulna, class
Bathing beauties U3
Ready for sleep
Home from work!
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NQ',gx.e Left to right: Paula Pollard, Secretary, Peggy Maneval, Vice Miss Rice
Presidentg Lois Stewart, President, Myrna Rau, Treasurer,
FIRST ROW, Left to right: Beatrice Wortman, Jeanette Fackler, Myrna Rau, Lois Stewart, Peggy Maneval, Paula
Pollard, Nadia Audritsh, Dorothy Kreps. SECOND ROW: Ruth Weaver, Vivian Wilson, Sarah June Gove, Phyllis
Holmes, Marylyn Karns, Janice Rathbun, Elma Hopper, Leonora Stevenson, THIRD ROW: Donna Brown, Doris Por-
ter, Carol Haynes, Jacquelyn Swick, Jeannine Croninger, Marilyn Walter, Donna Wellman, Betty Rupp, Barbara
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We are the future graduating class of 1957, So far the most
thrilling and memorable event has been--but let us tell you from
the be ginning. On Tuesday, April 12, we awoke with feelings of
excitement and anticipation. This was the day! We could hardly
be lie ve it had finally arrived, the big day of the Freshman year!
Through work and classes you could feel the air of expectancy.
Finally classes were over and we all rushed to board the bus which
was to take us to our destination. The remainder of the aftemoon
was spent working out details for the evening. Everything had to be
The day passed quickly and soon our big sisses, knowing how we
felt, came to our aid. They fa stene d fichus furiously, arranged
aprons appropriately and gave gifts gladly! We only hope they know
how much we appreciated their thoughtfulness.
Be fo re we knew it, everything was in readiness and we were at
St. Paul's Lutheran church. There was a hushed silence and a feeling
of awe as we quickly and proudly took our places with the upper-
One by one we were called forward to receive our honor, a white
cap, the symbol of the profession of which we are now a part. Many
te ars of happiness and pride shone in the eyes of parents, friends,
and most of all, the Freshman class,
The big day has arrived and passed but we will always have a
memory with us. This memory we proudly wear--the CAP,
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The official beginning of the class of '57 was Tuesday,
September 7, 1954, but long before this the day was antic-
ipated with eagerness by the 30 entering "Probies". Our first
day was filled with seeing new things, meeting many people
and a wonderful welcoming party that night. We soon were
able to find our way around and before we knew it, we were
in full swing-of-things at Toledo University. Every Monday
night, gym classes at Turners Club were offered for those
interested fand everybody waslj
Our first class meeting was held September 27, with the
purpose ofelecting class officers, The results were as follows:
Preside nt, Lois Stewartg Vice President, Peggy Manevalg
Secretary, Paula Pollardg Treasurer, Myrna Rau. Miss Bonnie
Rice was elec te d to be our advisor for our three years in
Towards the latter part of October, on a very rainy night,
you might have seen 30 oddly dressed girls scrubbing the side-
walk in front of the nurse's home. This was a small part of
the initiation the Juniors had prepared for us. Among other
things we had mock operations and were practically covered
The days flew on, and before we knew it, Christmas was
upon us. Our class decided to have a Christmas party on
December 16, before we left on our 2-week vacations. In-
stead of exchanging presents, we all brought a small toy and
gave it to the Lutheran 0rphan's Home, The committee did
a wonderful job of decorating and planning refreshments and
a good tim e was had by all. Following our party, we went
down to Highland and exchanged presents with our "big
With the new year came a change for us--the end of T.,U.
and the beginning of every day work in the hospital, as well
as new classes.
We had to get on the wagon of money-making projects too,
so we sponsored a candy sale and started saving tax stamps.
All in all we feel we've had a happy and successful year
in studying to become good nurses.
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My sacred trust I'll keep for aye,
My hands will always willing beg
When duty calls I will obey,
My pledge is as a pray'r to me.
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The annual dance given by the stu-
dent body of Flower Hospital was held
on February ll, in the Tumer's Club
ballroom. Rhythm for dancing was fur-
nished by Tommy Todiac's band. The
theme of " Hearts in Harmony" was car-
ried out with the decorations of red and
white heartsg c a n d le ligh t aided in
providing a "romantic atmosphere
Each class had a candidate for Queen
ofHeartsg Miss Ruth Weaver represented
the freshman class with Miss Jane Gra-
ber and Miss Jeanette Chambers as
candidates from the Junior and Senior
c Ia s s e s respectively, Votes were ob-
tained by soliciting pennies preceding
E, and during the dance.
The climax of the affair was the
crowning of Miss We a ve r , Freshman
candidate, as Queen of Hearts by Mr.
Richard Shedd, who is assistant admin-
istrator of the hospital. Miss Graber and
Miss Chambers were attendants,
Ruth Weaver, Queen of Hearts
Jeanette Chambers, Ruth Weaver, Jane Graber Iacquie Swick, Richard Shedd, Ruth Weaver,
Io Ann Platt, Jane Graber, Jeanette Chambers
Sponsored by the Junior Guild
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If it is Tuesday evening and you see stu-
dents rushing toward the recreation room with
their Bibles, you can be quite sure it's time for
1-K Nurses' Christian Fellowship. Each week we
gathe r for Bible studies, quizzes, and dis-
cussions on various topics.
' Nurses' Christian Fellowship is a branch of
t 5 Q , Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, an Inter-
! - L . fi ' , A national Organization whose aim is to deepen
A -AJ i ,, and strengthen the spiritual life of its mem-
, ' 1 , bers by the study of the Bible,by prayer, and
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I m e m b e rs , Mary Beaton and Virginia Sery,
R,N., have both visited us bringing inspiring
"pep talks" and Christian Life sermonettes.
Throughout the first semester at Toledo
University the Freshmen joined with the T.U,
Inter-Varsity for weekly meetings, During
the last week they planned a special pro-
motion proj ec t for the group. We hope it
proved to be a success.
In Ia n ua ry we elected our first official
officers. They are: Chairman, Paula Pol-
Mary Louise Appleman, Paula Po11ard,Iune Gove, Peggy Mane- lard, Co-chairman, Mary Louise Applemang
val, Doris Porter, Dorothy Kreps. Secretary, Peggy Manevalg Treasurer, June
Gove, and Trustees, Doris Porter and Dorothy
Kreps. We appreciate the fine work they
have done thus far, Also, we wish to thank Miss Hazel Smith, R.N., our advisor, for her guidance and faithful sup-
STANDING, Left to right! Mercedes Rutherford, Ramona Stoddard, Marilyn Welcn, Peggy Maneval, Lelia Biddle,
Marilyn Walter, Jane Graber, SEATED: Dorothy Kreps, Doris Porter, Paula Pollard, Leonora Stevenson, June Gove,
Nadia Audritsh, Beatrice Wortman, Barbara Holmes, Elma Hopper. SEATED ON FLOOR: Norma Capaul,Elinore
Kay Daugherty, Caroline Brugger, Zaiga Ozolins, Marylyn Karns, Mary Louise Appleman. ,
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Faculty House is the scene of chorus re-
hearsals every Thursday, The group. con-
sisting of the junior and freshman classes,
sings at capping exercises, for graduation, and
other outside groups. We are honored to have
Mrs. Mary Anderson to lead us on our way.
On May 17, Epworth Methodist Church
played hostessto the chorus for a spring con-
cert. The program featured several groups
of choral numbers intermingled with some
in d i v i d u al and ensemble numbers. The
benefits from this program were presented to
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Rev Dale R Beittel
Each Wednesday night, the student body meets in
the Faculty House for Chapel. Each student, in turn,
leads the devotionals held at the beginning of each
chapel. Special music, preludes, and hymn accom-
paniments are provided by the students, Rev. Beittel,
the hospital chaplain, selects the speakers or, on oc-
casion, speaks to the stude nts . The speakers are
representative ofdifferent denominations who tell us
about their belief and give us information on how we
give patients of their particular faith better care.
Chapel is a very important part of a student nurse's
life. It provides the spiritual .uplift needed in the
midst of the week's activities.
Virginia Nehrig and Jo Anne Martin, Alternate
This is the organization of the student
body , which, with the help of the school
administration, take s care of the business
concerning the school as a whole. It is also
the means by which each student can express
herself in maintaining conditions providing
a more ple asant life for the group. The
government sponsors bake sales, contests, and
dances to finance school representation at
American Nurses Association Conventions.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Lois Stewart, Norma Capaul, Vivian Wilson, Lois Fey, Jacquelyn Swick, Jane Graber, Lois War-
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Paula Pollard, Nadia Audritsh, Janice Rathbun, Doris Porter,
Barbara Holmes, Patty Williamson, SEATED: Janet Sawyer,
Peggy Maneval, Kathleen McCoy, Betty Hartman, Mary Ann
Matheney, Marilyn Welch, Lelia Biddle, Donna Brown, Carol
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You have walked hand in hand with God.
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To those who took time out of their busy schedules to
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BACK ROW, left to right: Mrs. Warren Heath,
first vice presidentg Mrs. Howard Torrence,
Nurse's recreationg Mrs. G. Kenneth Keller Jr.,
treasurer, Mrs, Donald Engler, recording secre-
tary. FRONT ROW: Mrs, Warren Reaser, second
vice president, Mrs, Maurice Williams, president.
NOT PICTURED: Miss Ilean Myles, correspond-
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. I. C. Vail, first vice
P1'2Sid6DI: MIS. R. G. Thayer, president: Mrs,
Keith Hoover,treasurer. NOT PICTURED: Mrs.
A. I. Lutz, second vice president, Mrs. Harry
Thomas, recording secretaryg Mrs. Paul William-
son, corresponding secretary.
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STANDING: Mrs. Richmond, trustee: Mrs, Stow, trustee, Mrs. Calcamuggio, trustee.
SEATED: Mrs. Jones, president, Miss Banks, treasurer: Mrs. Ellenberger, recording
secretary: Mrs. Falk, corresponding secretary, Mrs, Payment, vice president, NOT
PICTURED: Mrs. Kolasinski, trustee.
Our heartiest "Thank You" for the many things these
organizations have done for us during the past year to
make our training period at Flower Hospital a happy one.
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Dr. B. J. Carroll
Dr. J. M. Kenyon
Dr. J. W. Erkert
Dr. Bert Seligman
Dr. K. F. Schoenrock
Dr. D. C. Mebane
Dr. J. D. Skow
Dr. Leo Lauter
Dr. C. W. Watson
Dr. L. L. Palmer
Dr. W. A. Neill
Dr. C. F. Jones
Dr. R E. Scherbarth
Dr. R. E. Fox
Dr. M. G. Means
Dr. L. W. Siberd
Dr. J. A. Lukens
Dr. F. F. Price
Dr. W. H. Meffley
Dr. J. D. Sullivan
Dr. L. C. Jackson
Dr. R. C. Hawkins
Dr. F. B. Hawkins
Dr. E. L. Doermann
Dr. H. C. Gunderson
Dr. P. F. Grr
Dr. E. M. Hite
Dr. Ernst Sternfeld
Dr. W. B. Sloan
Dr. H. F. Howe
Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul W. Fiser
Dr. J. M. Hertzberg
Dr. B. G. Shaffer
Dr. J. D. Huss
Dr. J. C. Kelleher
Dr. G. F.. Wright
Dr. W. W. Alderdyce
Dr. W. C. Meyers
Dr. R. R. Wahl
Dr. Theodore Zbinden
Dr. A. M. Weilbauer
Dr. E. Gottschalk
Dr. G. H. Start
Dr. L. G. Hill
Dr. H. A. Martin
Dr. H. B. McLean
Dr. T. A. Simons
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God's Promise To the Medical Profession
I'll place my skill in the Doctor's hand-
I could do it Myself, you understand.
But Man will feel more near to Me-
I'll give him the feeling of intimacy.
To the Surgeon's hand I'll give a brain,
He will free my people of all their pain
And through My skill, he too will grow,
Iwill loan to him the things I know.
I'll give the Nurse a tender touch,
A loving heart she will use as such.
I'll place in her mind that God above
Will guide her in His infinite Love.
She will grow and grow in every deed,
Through Me alone she will succeed.
I will teach her well of My great Plan,
That Love of God is Love of Man.
I'll give them joy they never knew,
In doing the work I would have them do
I'll mold them well in My Great Hand,
For I Am God, and they are Man.
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To you MISS RuthRees, we the Student Nurses
dedlcate th1S yearbook 1n deep g1'at1f1cat1on of
your unceaslng efforts and lnterests 1n maklng
our 3 years a pleasant and Worthwhlle exper1
ence You have set h1gh our 1dea1S and g1ven us
the conf1dence and undel-stand1ng to strwe to
meet these 1deals To you our s1ncerest"Thank
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Victor D. Bjork, Administrator
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Richard Shedd, Assistant Administrator Mr, Gegrge Stevens, Comptroller
Dr. Neill, Chief of Surgery Dr. Means, Chief of Staff Dr. Seybold, Chief of Medicine
MISS RUTH REES RN, MA
D ir ec IOI, School of Nursing and
Flower HospitalSchoolof Nursing,
BS, Teacher's College, Columbia
University, New York, MS , Teach-
er's College, Columbia Univer-
sity, New York, Denison Univer-
sity, Granville, Ohio, University
of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio.
MRS. MARY ILETT RN
Coordinator, Practical N u r se Pro-
Flower Hospital Schoolof Nursing,
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MISS F. EVELYN BECK, RN MA
Assoicate Director, Nursing Educa-
University of Michigan School of
Nursing, Ann Arbor , Michigan, BA,
Adrian College, Adrian, Michi-
gang MA,Teacher's College, Co-
lumbia U ni versity, NewYorkg
Western Reser ve University,
I MISS LIBERTY KAMBAS
Secretary, Nursing Office
MRS. MARY MARR RN
Associate Director,Nursing Service.
Bloomington S c h oo I of Nursing,
Bloomington, I n d i an ag Indiana
MRS. NAOMI LAYMAN RN
Flower I-lospitalSchoolof Nursing,
Western Reserve University,
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