Flower Hospital School of Nursing - Creed Yearbook (Toledo, OH)

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Library Miss Dorothy Elson, Librarian and Instructor Social Studies Blueprints for our new residence contained plans for a spacious library. Moving in was a long and tedious task as the books and mag- azines found their places on the proper shelves. It now provides an atmosphere conducive to study and educational growth. UU U? if -I .'?'-' - 'ii-'.:' -- it - -Q it as P t worn ' J I-ffl' 1 -. '- i-Q' -fiksef, Sfudenf Governmenf Santa Claus is a regular visitor at the Christmas party. Officers of Student Government: Cheryl Royce, Presidentg Pamela Pritchard, First Vice-President5AnnGa11an, Sec- ond Vice-Presidentg Dian Hess, Re- cording Secretaryg Nancy Bauer, Corre- sponding Secretaryg and Sue Riegel, T re a surer. Standing, left to right: , I A dv i s or s Mrs. S. Doherty and Miss K. Brooke. Holiday festivities include annual Christmas dance. lk 1, V - A-H i is- THE CREED Flower Hospital 7966 Building Indeed, building has played a large part in the progress of today's modern society. The 20th century endeavors to build industry, family, and education. In the medical field, 'building has allowed new growth and develop- ment in sewing humanity. One of these areas of con- struction is nursing . The tools of construction in nursing are knowledge, skill, understanding, c o m p a s si o n and experience. New and better facilities exemplify the more practical tools in the building of a nurse. This year Tl-IE CREED is centered on the new Flower Hospital School of Nursing and Residence and its con- tribution toward professional growth. Table of Contents Introduction ..... Activities ..... . . . . . Classes ........................ Administration, Faculty, Doctors. . . Nursing Staff .................. Departments .... .... Advertisements .... The building is in construc- tion. This picture was taken in the later part of the sum- mer as the dormitory neared completion. ld.-:! Dedication We, the yearbook staff of 1966, wish to dedicate THE CREED to Miss Dorcas Crossman, Administrative Assistant and Director of Nursing. She has played a vital role in the building of Flower Hospital student nurses, as well as their new residence. Her labors have been long and difficult in a task which requires much patience and understanding. Her dedication has sustained her through years of effort to see the new residence constructed. This yearbook is dedicated by the students to you, Miss Crossman, for all your energy, fortltude, and endurance I iss Nu' Miss Dorcas Crossman at work in her office, puzzling over the blueprints of the new residence . ...fi w-'ffl ' , I up ,,,., .g V-H. l-.. 1.5-, '- :i'1iV3i7f- V , sr. - e. gt . . X 1 ir j.,,',: .gan 4 . -' il?" . Y Y .Q cw-aau- K " "'s , fp.. A, ,, X , . y . - . W, ,: Q . , , ,. L, 3, V - Q, 1 'rg ' , np- w 1 ' , ,F 33:35, , JI L' - 1 2 -'ae . A U i ' ' i '? ' if-an , sg, y it v . V it n ' s iwiitieif Pri. . ' ' 1 - , v- - 315- 1, '4 W . J ,-ax ,, , , - r -1,-' We -, : , .. -,. r ' .gI' - f 'ff' " 'wwf' blip- - jing ' -e gi . ' F ,I , , , I r ,ui buff AISI. .4xMf,,. XMI' , Moving Doy a L9 4' 11 ' Outside assistance is required to move students from the old dormitory to the new residence. 'ii The final step of moving is trying to find a place for the articles you forgot existed, as portrayed by Susan Bostater. ui,-I 1 1"""? ' lN7'l?lllln Will we ever get done? Cart after cart of articles are carried by eager students from Simms Hall to the new residence. Pictured here are students Beverly Boger and Claudia Edwards. Housemofher ond Lobby Miss Lucy Newman, housemother, does much to maintain the dormitory as a home away from home. One of the things a student looks forward to most is a letter. Taking advantage of the spacious lobby, a student spends some of her spare time relaxing. Newspapers, magazines, and television available in this "living room" enable a busy nurse to keep informed on world events. A student maintains her musical skills by playing the new piano and enjoying songfests. The lobby also serves as a place to receive and entertain guests. 7 an g l 1 ,S A Flower Hospilol Glee Club First row left to right: Carole Knipp, Becky Rayle, Cheryl Royce, Martha jackson, Kathleen Browning, Carolyn Hastings, Ruth McLaughlin, Virginia Turner, Susan Bostater, Catherine Wilhelm, and Dianna Mauk. Second row: Miriam Baer, Susan Mallory, Barbara Croft, Rebecca Freels, Marilyn Bucher, Linda McKimmy, Beverly Boger, Susan Christofel, Sandra Gearig, Nancy Bauer, and Karen Newell. Third row: Norma Wiese, Helen Davidson, Dian Hess, Mary Ann Mather, Barbara Browning, Carolyn Mumma, Susan Frisinger, Sue Swank, Deanna DeWitt, Cheryl Stucker, and Claudia Edwards. Fourth row: Pamela Stopher, Linda Kerins, Donna Brick, Diane Cunningham, Christine Bourdo, Sharon Ward, Marilyn Damschroder, Karon Cousino, jane Hileman, Susan Thornton, Carol Piotter, and Margaret Gragg. Q-ag I ,. . 1 . ,- Mr. David Parker capably leads our Glee Club as we perform at various school functions, such as Capping, graduation, and singing at Crestview. Sales and Advertising Committee- Standing left to right: Diane Cunningham, Barbara Croft, Sharon Ward, and Cheryl ROYCS- Seated Typing and Photography Committee- left to right: Helen Davidson, left to right: Nancy Bauer, Patricia Laginess, Advertising Marilyn Bucher, Sue Swank, Chairmang and Deanna DeWitt, Photography Chairmang and Susan Sales Chairman. Thornton. :Lf E il Yearbook Staff Literary Committee-Standing left to right: Carolyn Mumma, Carolyn Pfau, Nancy Palmquist, Senior Editorg Susan Christofel, Cheryl Stucker, Becky Rayle, Freshman Editorg and Karon Cousino. Seated left to right: Miriam Baer, Co-editorg Mrs. Soncrant, Advisorg and Sue Riegel, Co-editor. 10 Library Miss Dorothy Elson, Librarian and Instructor Social Studies . Blueprints for our new residence contained plans for a spacious library. Moving in was a long and tedious task as the books and mag- azines found their places on the proper shelves. It now provides an atmosphere conducive to study and educational growth. x an um Q .1 L? 'pa 1-M. 1 j K 1 .5 gd., P'!'jf1.L'3j3- L ' Sext dd d i 11 3 Officers of Student Government: Cheryl Royce, Presidentg Pamela Pritchard, First Vice-PresidentgAnnGa11an, Sec- ond Vice-Presidentg Dian Hess, Re- cording Secretaryg Nancy Bauer, Corre- sponding Secretaryg and Sue Riegel, T r e a sur e r. Standing, left to right: A dvisor s Mrs. S. Doherty and Miss K. Brooke. Holiday festivities include annual Christmas dance. A surprise farewell party for re- tiring housemother, Mrs. Donnelly. This E Your Life, Mrs. Brownrigg! Students chose this way to honor their retiring housemother. Stud e nt Government is a tool of communication be- tween stud e nt and faculty. The interaction of these individuals results in the establishment of rules nec- essary for group living. Recreational activities are provided through school functions and through coopera- tion with the Toledo Student Nurses Association. Student Government builds an awareness of the importance and influence of the graduate organizations. Participation in this governing body aids the development of one's role asa responsible member of the community and the pro- fession. Campaigning for T. S. N.A. offices in- clude a skit depicting Bat Nurse on "The Dating Game. " bNL Nurses Christian Fellowship Nurses Christian Fellowship plays an important part in' constructing a nurse. This is a program of individual participation. Bible studies, discussion, and prayers are tools of growth. Being a branch of Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, many interesting experiences are available to a student. Activities include weekly meetings, social events, and retreats. Many students at Flower take ad- vantage of these opportunities. R ai Helen Davidson spends time in organizing and planning meetings. Members include, top row left to rightz, M. jackson, K. Browning, H. Davidson, N. Bauer, M. Baer. Bottom row: J. Hileman, C. Royce, D. DeWitt. Helen Davidson and jane I-Iilernan volunteered to organize Chapel services throughout the year. Norma Wiese helped by serving as accompaniest. Chapel This weekly devotional service gives the student an op- portunity to broaden her spiritual horizons. Being aware of this important aspect of nursing, she finds rewards in these non-denominational services. Outside speakers, Bible readings, music, poetry, and prayer help to bolster a down-hearted student's courage. This devotional period allows one to grow more aware of her personal, as well as her patients', spiritual needs. Weekly chapel services play a vital role in building the foundation of a student nurse. Besides their weekly worship service, students seek the quiet and solitude of the hos- pital chapel, as illustrated by Diane Riegel. kia '!':'. 4 . Ba skefball Team in Action The Toledo Area Student Nurse Association affords stu- dents an opportunity to exhibit their athletic ability. Each year the nursing schools of Toledo compete in a vigorous basketball program. The lucky champions are awarded a gold trophy for their efforts. Coach Don Stewart leads the "Tigers" with capable hands as they strive to main- tain an improving record. Strategy for the next play is planned. The team enthusias- tically cooperates for an upset. Go gettum, "Big Tigers." This picture shows F1ower's team in action. X Y r JI Tx L C y ' - E V OM ' W ' E Mg 9' 'Q 4 li' A ' . s 'ES 'Af' ' J 7 --, ' ?-i1p,u.g,'if'- ' -1 'Me-.J-nan. ilk?" ' 5? - -icy 'Ei' N no 5915- ' '.. e 1 h . 1 'i ' ,, 11 mx. i V, 'N 3 , f ., 1 , ,QU ' my gg'..ft,f V ., L -4.' T-,,,,,,,ggf,gg 11 ' x Welcome Little Sis! Big sisses wait at doorstep of Simms Hall. Freshman lnifio Hon Class of 7968 A student eagerly awaits the opening of school. Excite- ment is at its peak as one looks forward to the experi- ences of the next three years. Among these mixed emotions is a hidden apprehension. The incoming stu- dent realizes the events of the next week come under the heading-Initiation! Playing games is another important event filling initiation week. 4 Big Sisses entertain little sisses at elegant candlelight dinner. Capping Ceremony Capping is a big moment in the A life of a freshman. The foundation of practical experience begins as they receive their caps. What is capping? It is a tradition which symbolizes the nursing profession. Originally the cap served to keep the hair in place, but now it has a much deeper concept to its wearer. It means that each girl who is receiving a cap is dedicating her life to the service of mankind. The capping ceremony serves as a reward for her first few months of concentrated effort in the probationary period. It marks the beginning of more advanced studies for the student. This year on February 4, 1966, thirty-one anxious girls walked down the aisle of Epworth Methodist Church to re- ceive their nurses' caps. Following a greeting by Mr. Victor Bjork and a few selections by the student Glee Club, the class was accepted and a cap was presented to each girl. Together the class recited the Nightingale Pledge, symbolizing a dedication to their profession. 18 if Egg? The moment is captured on film as Mrs. Wittman places the cap on the head of Susan Bostater. 19 The Florence Nightingale lamp, handed down by Jane Hileman to .Dianna Mauk, lights the stairway for professional students. Our little sisses did it-just for us! . A developingnurse reaches her midpoint in training with a smile, as demonstrated by halfway festivities. Evening events included enjoying a steak dinner. The fun really began when weary juniors returned to find the results of freshman "house-cleaning! " Halfway Zllffs The centerpiece looked almost good enough to eat! Would you believe-this is what we came home to! hge! U It was a delicious dinner. Strip steak, remember? fs- Classes oi Arif' Class of 1966 Judy Beck Bockbrader Toledo, Ohio Marilyn Lou Damschroder Judith Ann Delling er Toledo, Ohio Elmore, Ohio G, Carol Meyers Donaldson Custer, Ohio 22 Officers: President-Carol Meyers Donaldson Vice-President- Susan Kay Frisinger Secretary-Marilyn Lou Damschroder Advisor-Mrs. Soncrant Motto: What we are is God's gift to us. What we our gift to God. Colors: Yellow and White Flower: Sweetheart Rose Ellen Anne Elson become is Mt. Vernon, Ohio .N y Susan Kay Frisinger Toledo, Ohio 23 Margaret Ann Gragg Maybee, Michigan : vi ' 5 ,U , II M- , Carolyn Jane Hastings Willard, Ohio Kathryn Ann Kolbe Toledo, Ohio Judith Ann Lanz Toledo, Ohio Janice Louise Otte Elmore, Ohio C loss Nancy LOUISE Palmqulst Detrolt, M1Ch1gan Pamela Prltchard FOSCOTIH, Ohlo 1966 Dlana Lynn Rlegel Monroe, M1ch1gan Officers: President-Jane Hileman Vice-President-Virginia Turner Secretary-Patricia Laginess Treasurer-Helen Davidson Advisor--Miss Brooke Motto: If God be for us, who can be against Colors: Purple and-White Flower: Purple and White Chrysanthemum Miriam Nancy Baer Bauer Kathleen Karon Browning C ousino Helen Deanna Davidson DeWitt Ann ' Claudia Gallan Gross jane Hileman Martha Marilyn Jackson I OHV Class of 1967 Lmda Patncla Carolyn C arolyn Kenns Lag 1ness Mum ma Pfau W ue Cheryl D1anne Karen R1 eg el Royce Schenck Sm 1th if 4' i Maurme Pamela ue Vu'g1n1a Smlth Stopher Swank Turner 27 if Top row left to right: Chirstine Bourdo, Donna Brick, Susan Thornton, Pamela Wright, Diane Cunningham, treas- urer, and Sharon Russell. Second row: Claudia Edwards, Dian Hess, Marilyn Bucher, Linda McKirn1ny, Cheryl Stucker, Carole Knipp and Kathleen McDaniel. Third row: Rebecca Freels, Norma Wiese, Catherine Wilhelm, Susan Bostater, Dianna Mauk, Susan Mallory and Barbara Browning. Fourth row: Sandra Gearig, Susan Christofel, Ruth McLaughlin, Janice Alexander, Becky Rayle and Beverly Boger, vice-president. Fifth row: Carol Piotter, Karen Newell, Mary Ann Mather, Secretary, Barbara Croft, president, and Sharon Ward. Class of 1968 On a warm September day, a group of thirty-four girls beganto ascend toward their goal-a career in nursing. Construction ofa firm foundation began as each student spent her probationary period attending classes at the University of Toledo. With this big stepping stone be- hind her, the student became aware that the frame- work of knowledge is built upon many factors. ln the 28 process of growing, she learned to meet new and challenging situations. Perhaps two of the most "earth- sha1cing" experiences encountered are the first patient contact and administering -the first injection. Classwork, which has thus sustained her, must now be put to the test. It is understood that only through maturation and experience can a student become an effective nurse. il .J IQ -I-lm ga Gee, I wonder who's engaged this time? What else can you do around here for entertainment? I I,, I I I I I, I A I as-W' ' I 'd f'I I I- nib What will they think of next? Simms A-Go-Go! After you finish with that, there . ,. , are three more rooms down the hall! Let them entertain us! And here we are at Kiddies in Columbus. I II .X I '-rl. ,I is it 'sq Q .' , u 7 , I - E ,. f Susan Doherty, former in- structor, is pictured here at her new home in Columbus. Who do we have here? Of course, Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus. f I -rr 4' h You think this is bad, wait until you use the brush! Golly, there's our old humble abode :av if F Hey, there's nothmg left in the box 5.3 5.2 H W A glrl can't be graclous all the tune' Three busy o r g a ni z a ti o n s at Flower Hospital are the A u xi lla r y, the Guild, and the Alumnae. Activities in which they are involved are too numerous to mention, as evidenced by contributions both in the hospital and in the new r e s i d e nc e. We are deeply grateful for all they have done. g,-N' Guild-Beverly Boger, S. N. , Mrs. G. Kenneth Keller, Mrs. Earn- est Spring, and Mrs. Rudolph Born. Auxillary-Mrs. Thelma Montferrante . Auxiliary and Guild Auxillary-Mrs. Kathryn Strand ZX. Guild-Mrs. Dorothy Caldeway and Mrs. john McGabe. Ev:-11" ,. . , , ,X .. ,M E- 1 A 9 ,W ""--will 14 await? 71 WJQA, i?1' , I N ,.L, . 5 ' f ......, 1 A-1 "tif ,.'.'4u'-m1"""': ,,' .ff 4 -f x, 4 1. R , xp u x . fl' 'M N I .1 I . pat' J' L EU -f'-" . . Aa 1 24- -1f-1- ' is 'S ,avr1'- - Qi 5 ' ,E ,ii I- , ' 33: u.,a.f.a.a.a.a V 4 f ir!-'ff Jfgw if gr + I rf f ,1 Y, A hs -if ,4- ,F Forming A Frome Work Many individuals play a role in constructing the frame- work of a student nurse. Some of the members of this h e a lt h team include administrative personnel and the In edical staff. These people cooperate to maintain a b e n e fic i al learning environment. The teaching staH and faculty draw b lu e p ri n t s of planned instruction and a c c e ssib 1 e goals for a student. The house staff im- plements growth through assistance in daily experiences. Although this team is ever present, it is fully realiied that each student possesses her own abilities and is en- couraged to contribute to the development of the pro- fession and the advancedment of society. Serving as administer, Mr. Victor Bjork, keeps the hospital running efficiently. Miss Dorcas Crossman, Administrative Assistant, and Mr. Robert Swenson, Assistant Administrator use team work to solve problems arising in their work. Greg or Sido, M. D. Chief of Staff Lectures-Communicable Diseases William H. Meffley, M.D. irector of Surgery . xg . 2 Leopold W. Siberd, M.D. Director of General Practice 35 Medical Sfoff Robert E. Merrill, M. D. Director of Anesthesiology Lectures-Anesthesiology W W - -' ,i.,gv!1L- E521 " " . .fm - 3-kfigg f -N 2 j pig 2516 .- , If s - ',,- "QP 1'-fr' L Ms " 'ii ' 'f 1 L H ' 'F 4: .Z-.riP:' we ru' gfgfggg, M f v - - ,- 41- it :li .na " Mr: -3-:W "as 'Wi 1 , V--:V -, L, 'L su -1 ,z , 'I' Eli , .1 'f-s sf im., 1.3 'VZ '- f' , '. KQH1, - 1, 19. I. ,A -, I,-4 - -'df .5 ' . .?l1?5'5f2 511 we 1 ' .2-aiiilutlif Wm- - -, s,q'5.1i A wa ,Y ' ' 1. , .ag - . fi. - hi-ML W' V .nu- Daniel G. Tanner, M. D. Director of Internal Medicine Lectures-Gastrointestinal Diseases 5 3 " 'J 3 . A. Hans van Baaren, M, D. Director of Pathology and Research Lectures-Pathology Edward L. Doermann, M.C. Lectures-Gastrointestinal Surgery Samuel D. Zuker, M.D Director of Obstetrics Lectures-Obstetrics Kalman Gold, M. D. Lectures-Gynecology ,ff - Harvey C. Gunderson, M.D. Lectures Ear, Nose, and Throat Diseases Robert C. Hawkins, M.D. Lectures-Orthopedics M.I. Johnson, M.D. Lectures-Genito-Urinary Diseases ' ' ,gi Joseph Roshe, M. D. Franz B. Ruwe, M. D. Lectures-Cardiovascular Diseases Lectures-Respiratory Diseases 37 T . ag 'fffg I Max T. Schnitker, M.D. Lectures-Neurology Bert Seligman, M.D. Lectures-Cardiovascular Diseases 1 Merle B. Smith, M.D. Lectures-Endocrinology and Hematology Edward G. Seybold, M.D. Lectures-Cardiovascular Diseases john D. Skow, M.D. Lectures-Ophthalmology Cl w ,S ..,.n5s.j'3' A H sv Il ' ef- ,. ,. f.. " . . 3 1 r' ' House Sfoff - Af R. Chowdary, M. D. India ' I .ad V.. 'vin R. Vargas M.D. Phillipines M. Mirza M. D . Lebanon J. K. Meeter M. D. Holland s. sahay M. D. Resident Canada nag' 'W Barneston M. D Scotland Q 6. K F My-I 1' C. McDonne11M.D. J. Prein M. D. M- Weber NLD Ireland Germany Resident 39 Germany M. Ilett, R.N. , Assis- tant Director of Nursing Service, C. Inglis, R.N. Nursing Adminisfrofio X , . -J A .-"'?"' 545V , W M X J. Hileman, S.N.g M. jackson, S.N.5 E. Russ, R.N., Evening Supervisor R. Bender, R.N Night Supervisor M. Snyder, L.P. N. 5 L. Wilson, R. N. Assis- tant Director of Nursing Service C. Dow, R.N., Evening Supervisor E. Vaughn, R.N Night Supervisor qs. Fo cu I fy Sylvia Wittman, R. N Assistant Director of Nursing Education Trends in Nursing 9 Karen Brooke, R. N. Clinical Instructor Medical- Surgical Nursing Student Government Advisor Junior Class Advisor 41 Ruth Pio, R.N. H Clinical Instructor '- Obstetrical Nursing Fo culfy Ann Royer, R.N. Clinical Instructor Medical-Surgical Nursing 1 A , 42 v n . ' J ,, ' Y Y 1 x 5 i 1 Q Kathleen Soncrant, R.N. Clinical Instructor Medical-Surgical Nursing Yearbook Advisor Senior Class Advisor O Ruby Stanley, R.N. Clinical Instructor Fundamentals of Nursing Freshman Class Advisor . ja ' ,, lp. ' QT Associofe Fo culfy Dr. Donald Brundage Chemistry Mrs. Carolyn Titus Professor I-Iarold Shaffer Chemistry Lab Anatomy and Physiology iT'U"' . if x . ir , LQ ,Ad-u , LQ-5.13"f11L1L"fL2.5fL'Tf ' 3 Mrs. Betsy Chapman Nutrition Diet Therapy 1 U 'I Dr. Richard Delong Mr- Arthur Svejda Microbiology Microbiology Lab 44 Departments Nursing Sfoff 1 West-C. Inglis, R.N.5 I. Gerdeman, R.N. .1 xbf 5 gg .-, 1 North-L. Reuscher, R.N.3 in Y M. Livingston, R. N. " 2 North-D. Machcinski, R.N.g D. Downs, R.N. K-3. 15 3 South-J. Creeger, R.N. 5 Z West-H. Davidson, S.N. 5 A. Frobel, R.N. Michael Cryeg B. Dominique, R.N. 5 Jeffery Crye 46 . Abel, R.N. S. Intensive Care Unit N. Thurstong D. Sanchez, R.N. as I1 47 A . ,'l , B." " '1 H , 2 . 385' ai P M - . urgery Supervisor Adams, R.N. Obstetric:-1.1 Supervisor E. Hendricks, R.N.3 Mr. C. Hebelg Delivery H. Hibbard, R.N. Recovery Room U. Doniere, L.P.N.g G. Lockery, R. N. ,-x 1. Medical Records Secretaries P. Zerkle and W. Watson Secretary - T. Skiles Comptroller - G. Stevens EKG Technicians J. Guy and B. Lehmann Admitting Clerk - G. White 'H ' 1 Assistant Dietician - L. Vetter Dietician - R. Fournier ,X P. Stopher S. Chief Medical Technologist- M.J. Y,--3' ' Parking Lot Guards T. Welchg A. Popovich Q mp Departments Q t ,X A Room Qu1mby,R.N. andj. Steffel, R.N. Pharm1c1sts and Pharmacology . Instructors-T. Tucker and out Patlent K- Thor E. Richmond, R. N. X Central Supply N. Morningstar, R.N. S. Swank, S.N. O Th 'St Dicyiiiis glial? P r a c t i c al Nurse Co-ordinator C. Lang, M JBaer ' S N R.N.g Student C. Sommers. E . , . . . 49 s Physical Therapy Mr. R. Worrall Laundry-Mr. J. Bayerg Mrs. M. Heckler 1 ff R -P' il :Q Administrative As- sistant Secretary-Miss L. Kambas Deporfm ents Chaplain-Rev. M. Gar- MaintenanCe'M1'- A- rison Priceg Mr. H. Mal- inowski Secretary-Miss M. Kol- odziejczakg Purch- asing Agent-Mr. R. Campbell W Personnel-Mrs. G. Schroderg Secretary-Miss C. Ceglio A. Wrobelg Switchboard Operator Mrs. S. Murphy I L1syak ,F 5.16 Secretary of the School of Nursing-Mrs. G. Holmes S. Padgettg Bjork af' Wing ert Admmlstrator Mr. aff fi. Clerk-Mr. Administrative Sec- retaries-Miss J. Rogowskig Mrs. C. Lallky 51 X-ray-Mr. C. Osburn The front of the new dormitory was decorated for the occasion. Consecrafion Completion of the new Flower Hospital School of Nursing and Residence was symbolized by consecration services on May 1, 1966. This service markedthe end of the construction period for our new dormitory. With the grace of God, this building shall house students for many years to come. The follow ing is a quote by Mr. Henry Werner, jr. , President of the Flower Hospital Board of Trustees: "We present this building to be consecrated to the glory of almighty God, and for his service in the en- lightenment of His children. " The student Glee Club participated in the consecration service. Speakers thanked God for the com pletion of the building. 52 rniw 5 Adverhsem en fs ,W Q +1 177' "" . ji.4,44,,m 1 .- F" - , 54.433 I 'Lu ,, T- 4 ug if L., 53 Toledo HOUSE OF UNI FORMS Complefe WALBRI DGE 8: BELLG Line of Photographer Uniforms White Sh 2147vv. Central 479-8811 44' Meme 24"ll64 STANDARD TEXTILE CO LUMBER 8. coAL co. INCORPORATED - :V msxmuun. mauumum. nsamsnm lp ix num sn-ms as-me Knollcresi' Drive Cincin f PROMPT SERVICE TO ANY PART OF THE TOLEDO AREA U-HAUL U-SAVE GATTO ENGRAVI NG COMPANY OUR CONGRATULATIONS Solufes fo THE CLASS OF 1966 The Flower Hospital Guild THE Flower Grads of T966 Bottling Company 6 of Toledo 2735 Dorr 536-3797 .,. .7 There's good medicine W 1 OPQQ. ...Of fl As patients in this hospital convalesce, the wide ex- panse of sky, clouds and breeze-blown trees add therapeutic benefits to their medical treatment. It's no wonder glass is so extensively used in modern hospitals! lt will not harbor germs, won't rust, rot or craze. And if soiled, glass is easily cleaned. Just as glass is contributing to more livable homes, better daylighted schools and better viewing from automobiles, so it is aiding in the recovery of patients in modern hospitals. Libbey-Owens - TOLEDO 3, F 0 OHIO CHerry 3-2111 9. awww ADVERTlSlNG Und PRINTING l0l8 W. IANCIOFY ST. I YOLEDO 6,0HlO - Telephone 248-3721 COMMERCIAL FOOD EQUIPMENT 8. SUPPLIES " ln Business to Help Business" zoo-nos suuwur sr TOLEDO, oHlo Phone CHerry 4-O75l Day - Edwards Mortuary 74l West Central Avenue Toledo lO, Ohio Invalid Coach and Ambulance Walter D. Edwards Funeral Director Walter G . Edwards Funeral Director 55 WILLIAMS AND COMPANY STEEL 56 COMPLIMENTS OF Aufo, Life, Fire Insurance IIEIIEFIIIIII FARMS , 42II Lewis 475-9585 Igir g G ,.. .. Q F nga X ig .Q R.V. and Dorothy Davidson Meinha rt Electfic Bowling Green, Ohio E Iecfrica I -Contractors Residential-Commercial Industrial Compiefe Insurance Coverage Badges Matches IO2I Custer Drive 479-7769 Ad Giffs Calendars CaII 693-1198 949 Forsythe Sfreer Toledo OUR CONGRATULATICNS TO ALL THE GRADUATES The Flower Hospital Auxiliary 57 I, III I 55 -I FLOWER HOSPITAL ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION 58 The Compliments of Walding- D IHIE SIIIIIIE PAINT ISIIIIPIIIY Kmran ' , Marvin Co. 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