Flower Hospital School of Nursing - Creed Yearbook (Toledo, OH)
- Class of 1967
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Text from Pages 1 - 76 of the 1967 volume:
THE CREED 1967
Flower Hofpiml School qf Nursing
'Tis the human touch in this
world that counts,
The touch of your hand and mine,
Which means far more to the
Than shelter and bread and wineg
For shelter is gone when the
night is o'er
And bread lasts only a day,
But the touch of the hand and the
sound of the voice
Sing on in the soul always.
Spencer Michael Free
The Hmmm Touch - - -
-is talking with a good friend between classes.
Tezble of Contents
Administration and Faculty ....
Student Activities .........
Cover Design by Ruth McLaughlin
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-is expressed in prayer to God.
Miss Lucy Newman Mrs. Rhetta Mae Ferris
We, the yearbook staff of 1967, wish to dedicate THE
CREED to the past, present, and future students of
Flower Hospital School of Nursing. To those of the past
who have taken with them their knowledge and personal
ambitions to b e n e fit the nursing profession. To those
of the present who through long hours of work and study
have upheld the traditions of our school. And to those
of the future inhopes that they will maintain the stand-
ing of Flower Hospital School of Nursing. These are the
ones who by the sound of their voices and the touch of
their hands will comfort many. ,
Attministmtioii tim' Ftzcttlty
Victor D. Bjork
Director of Nursing
Ernst Sternfeld, M.D.
Chief of Staff
Edward L. Doerman, M. D.
james Diller, M. D.
Robert E. Merrill, M. D.
Kalman Gold, M. D.
Max T. Schnitker, M.D.
Franz B. Ruwe, M.D.
Bert Seligman, M. D.
joseph Rosche, M. D
Robert Youngen, M, D,
Hans van Baaren, M.D.
Merle B. Smith, M.D.
Endocrinology and Hematology
Edward Seybold, M.D
Daniel Tanner, M. D.
Samuel D. Zuker, M.D.
Richard Kappus, M.D.
John D. S1-cow, M.D.
Harvey C. Gunderson, M.D
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M. Ilett, R. N., Assistant
E. T. Farinas, M.D.
Director of Nursingg E. Russ C' DOW' R'N'
R. N. , Evening Supervisor
Sylvia Wittman, R. N.
of Nursing Education
Trends in Nursing
F lorene Allen
Time for a conference!
Karen Brooke, R.N.
Student Government Advisor
Senior Class Advisor
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Margaret Hankforth, R.N.
Assistant Clinical Instructor
Fundamentals of Nursing
Freshman Class Advisor
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Work, work, work!
Medical-Surg ical Nursing
Dr. Richard Delong
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Miss D. Elson
Professor Harold Shaffer
Anatomy and Physiology
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Christmas at Simms.
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Class officers, left to right: Donna Brick, Secretaryg
Sue Thornton, Vice Presidentg Marilyn Bucher,
Presidentg and Carol Piotter, Treasurer.
Claw qf 1968 Pliim Initiation,
Donna Brick Barbara Browning Marilyn Bucher Christine Bourdo
Susan Christofel Barbara Croft Diane Cunningham Rebecca Freels
Mary Ann V I
The juniors enjoyed quite afeast at
the Tivoli for their Half-way party.
Hafwazy Party, and Prom
Linda McKimmy Ruth McLaughlin Carol Piotter Becky Rayle
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Susan Thornton Catherine Wilhelm Pamela Wright
Top row left to right: Beverly Reinking, Jill Opfer, Heather Ruddell, Pe g gy Carter, Victoria Vaughn, Marianne
Bucher, joan Heath, Judy Roberts. S e c ond row: Sandra Frantzen, Linda Crandall, Nilah Rathge, Kay Meyer, Lynn
Mullholland, Mary Smith, JoAnne Dahms. Third row: Gail Schaeffer, Deborah Noble, Janice Haney, Linda -Breckel,
Kathy Beck, Carolyn Ryan, Catherine Van Vorce, Glenda Oehmke.
Clam gf 1969
Class off i c e rs left to right: Jo Ann Dahms,
Secretary, Ly nn Mullholland, T r e a s ur e rg
S andr a Frantzen, Vice President, and Cathy
Van Vorce , President.
Tell me, how long is that sidewalk?
Weren't we cute?
Boy, just wait 'til Half-way!
What shall we do to her?
Invasion of the Probies. Finally! THE END.
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Capping is the most important event in the
life of afFreshman. During aninspiring cere-
mony, she receives her school cap and the
Nightingale lamp and then recites the
Nightingale Pledge, dedicating herself to her
profession. Along with her cap comes the
feeling of achievement - she has now suc-
cessfully completed her courses at the Uni-
versity of Toledo and is re ady to begin an
area of more advanced study.
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A proud moment for Freshman Marianne Bucher
as she re c eive s the school cap from Miss
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Capping is also an exciting event for the juniors as they help
prepare their Little Sisses for the ceremony and congratulate
them for a. job well done.
Remember, be pertinent!
Whew! Classes are finally over for the day.
What do you mean smile?
Well, you see, it's this way
Boy, all we ever do is work, work, work.
There's nothing more enjoyable than terminal disinfection
I get all the important jobsa
My, my, don't I look efficient.
Let's see now, where would Aspirin be?
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The juniors will do anything to make classes more enjoyable.
This ought to really scare those poor probies.
Charades? Would you believe neurology class?
All nght now class
just wait until my big sis sees this! Come on, at least look like you're enjoying yourse
A little bit of sleep never hurt anyone.
Let me show you this new step I learned last night.
Just another crazy junior skit.
No, no, tha.t's all right Iwasn't doing anything. . .
just think, our first Christmas here.
Who could this be, Phoebe and Fabiola?
A meeting of the minds.
I could have danced all night.
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The lively ones.
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The nightly gab session on fourth floor.
Welcome home, Juniors.
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And then you know what she said?
Seniors' tribute to a student nurse. If it weren't for affiliations, I'd ne ver get my closet
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Student Government officers, left to right, Miss Karen Brooke, Advisor, Diane Cunningham, President, Cheryl
Corresponding Secretary, Debbie Noble, Recording Secretary, Becky Rayle, Treasurer, Susan Christofel, Second
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Working together as an organized unit, Stu-
dent Government is a means of communica-
tion between students, faculty, and admin-
istration. Through a co-operative effort the
students formulate their rules of group living.
Not only does Student Government serve as a
governing body, but also provides social
activities. This year's social events included
the annual Big-Sis-Little-Sis Christmas party,
the Christmas Dance, a mixer, and a picnic
in the spring.
Students e nj o y e d the a n n u a l Big-Sis-Little-Sis
Christmas party, especially receiving their gifts from
Heather Ruddell was announced queen of the Christ-
mas dance held at Holiday Inn.
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The rewards of weeks of planning, a good home-cooked
To help with the annual fish fry, the Seniors volunteered
to become the cheif cooks and bottle washers for a night.
Mary Ann Mather, Chairman of the fish fry, gives
final instructions to serving committee members.
Beverly Boger represented Flower in the annual Miss Toledo Student
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, Students honored Mrs. Gigax with a farewell party on her retirement
T. S.N.A. officers from Flower were Sue Thornton, No min atio ns
Committee Chairman, Bev Boger, Vice President, and Barbara Brown-
T.S. .A.-S. .A.O.
The Toledo Student Nurses' Association,
our district branch of S.N.A.O., is a
professional organization with an aim of
preparing student nurses for membership
in a graduate professional organization.
The six schools of nursing in Toledo all
b e lon g to T. S.N.A. , participating in
such activities as basketball, an autumn
roast, a bridal show, the annual Nightin-
gale Sing, and listening to le c t ur e s on
different a spe cts of nursing. This year
Flower students b e c a m e very active in
T. S. N.A. , beginning the year with a rep-
resentation of six students at the state con-
vention in Cleveland. During this week-
end, the girls gained many ideas which
were beneficial in their various local and
Janice Haney presented herself as a candidate Week in Apnl'
for office at the T.S.N.A. mock convention.
President of T. S.N.A. , Mary ,Io Morwessel,
accepted the membership award for District
Nine at State Convention.
S.N.A. O.officers lead the members in the S.N.A. O. chant
at state convention held in Cleveland last September.
Schools fro m all over Ohio w e r e represented when Miss
Ohio Student Nurse was announced at the S. N.A. O. ban-
' quet in Dayton, which helped to conclude Student N urs e
Front row left to right: B. Reinking, M.A. Bucher, C. Ryan, C. Royce, D. DeWitt. Back row
A. Gallan, S. Thornton, C. Stucker. S. Frantzen, L. Mullholland.
Coach Don Stewart advised the girls concerning strategy.
Don inspired the team to give its maximum performance
Our fighting team in action
Top row left to right: Virginia Turner, Sue Swank, Maurine Smith, Lynne Mullholland, Patricia Laginess, JoAnne
Dahms, Sue Thornton, Nilah Rathge, Carolyn Mumma, Diane Cunningham, Donna Brick, Mary Smith, Ann Gallan,
Pamela Stopher. Second row: Janice Alexander, Kay Meyer, Norma Wiese, Marianne Bucher, Glenda Oehmke, Kathy
Beck, Carolyn Ryan, 'Ruth McLaughlin, Cathy Van Vorce, Cathy Wilhelm, Linda Breckel, Linda McKimmy, Sandra
Gearig, Dian I-Iess. Third row: Pamela Wright, Sharon Ward, Sue Riegel, Jill Opfer, Peggy Carter, Vickie'Vaughn,
Judy Roberts, Janice Haney, Becky Rayle, Gail Schaefer, Debbie Noble, Joan Heath, Heather Ruddell, Karen Smith,
Fourth row: Cheryl Stucker, Sandra Frantzen, Carol Piotter, Mary Ann Mather, Barbara Croft, Becky Freels, Barbara
Browning, Marilyn Bucher, Beverly Reinking, Susan Chi-istofel.
Flower Hoypital Glee Club
Mr. Da ve Parker, accompanied by pianist jo Anne Dahms,
capably directs o ur student choir. 'The choir participatedin
such activities ,as Capping, Graduation, and the annual Night-
Becky Freels an d Dian Hess worked together to plan the
weekly Chapel services.
The N urs e s ' Christian Fellowship is an
organization which meets informally once
a week to further the Christian ideals so
that student nurse s may serve to fulfill
the spiritual and physical needs of their
One of the guest speakers who attended
the N. C.F. meetings was Dr. Diller.
Each Wednesday evening students
participate in a non-denomina:
tional service of praise and devo-
tion through which all are brought
closer to God. The guest speakers
include clergy from local churches
of all faiths. The topics presented
benefit the nur s e not only in her
professional duties, but aid in her
personal life also. This year the
students have adopted a boy from
Southern India. His name is
Kuriokose a.nd our weekly offerings
provide him needed food, clothing,
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Part of the weekly N. C. F. meetings in c l ud e
group discussions. "
Executive Committee: from left to right, Miss K. Brooke, Advisorg S. Thornton, photo-
graphyg J. Opfer, freshman editor, S. Ward, sales. Back row: C. Stucker and B. Rayle,
co-editorsg L. Riegel, senior editor, B. Croft, secretary-treasurerg M. Bucher, adver-
Yearbook staff from left to right: G. Shaefer, M. Smith, S. Frantzen, D. Cunningham, K. Meyer, B. Reinking.
Back row: J. Roberts, G. Oehmke, D. Noble, C. Ryan, L. McKimmy, V. Vaughn, N. Rathge.
Auxiliary member, Mrs. Montferrante works in the education
office to help with the typing.
Student life at Flower is made
somewhat more enjoyable by two
hospital organizations, the Guild
and Auxillary. Students are enter-
tained throughout the year by such
social activities as a swim party, a
hayride, and other activities spon-
sored by the Auxiliary. The Guild
not only operates the Gift Shop, but
also assists students who need finan-
Articles from the gift shop are used in the display
windows throughout the hospital.
Members of the Guild operate the Gift Shop and visit patient's rooms with the gift cart period-
ically with many useful articles.
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U. Doniere, L. P.N.
Surgery-F. Allen. R.N.
H. Schueler, R.N.
Intensive Care Unit
D. Senchez, R.N.
E. Hendricks, R. N.
Delivery Head Nurse-H. Hibbard, R.N.
3 South A Frobel, R N
J Creeger, R N
1 West M Norman, R N
I Gerdeman, R N
2 West L Eddy, R N
B Dommlque, R N
2 North D Downs, R N
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Miss L. Kambas
Mr. V. King, A. Stippich
Mr. C. Osborn
Miss M. Kolodziejczak
Miss J. Rogowski
Mrs. C. Lallky
Rev. M. Garrison
School of Nursing Secretary
Personnel-Mrs. G. Schroder
Secretary-Miss C. Ceglio
Mrs. G. Holmes
Secretary-Miss S. Padgett
Laundry-Mr. J. Bayer
Mr. O. Wingert
Mr. H. Malinowski
A . Bohm
N. Morningstar, R. N.
D. Hiraoka, R. N.
EKG Technicians Out Patient
J. Guyg B. Lehmann E. Richmond, R.N.
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Dietary E. Corron
Admitting Clerk G White
J. Pentz, J. White
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Practical Nurse Co-ordinator
C. Lang, R.N. and Student
D. Jarvis, R.N.
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On Your Academic Achievement
" . . .Thy Work's Well Done. . ."
FLOWER HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING
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To The Class Of I967 7
THE FLOWER HOSPITAL GUILD
3970 Catawba Street
Toledo, Ohio GR 4-5481
WEST TOLEDO STATIONERS, INC.
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Mrs. V. Trotter, Program Chairmang Mrs. K. Romlou,
Pres.g Mrs. M. Attinger, Treas.g Mrs. S. Eberhardt,
THE FLOWER HOSPITAL
PARENTS AND FRIENDS
J R Aarthun
David C Alexander
Jonathan Beck Jr
Don C Betts
R V Davidson
Mnss Jean Gerdeman
Wnlluam G Meyer
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Vlctor Van Vorce
N F Wrese
and Mrs J M Wrlght
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PATRONS FROM THE MEDICAL STAFF
B.H. Carroll, M.D. R.E. Sclwerbarfh, M.D.
A. cqsfallo, M.D. K.F. sflhoemock, M.D.
E.L. Doermann, M.D. B'X" Sell9mCmf M'D'
J.vv. Efkerf, M.D. E-G. Seyboldf M-D-
C.H. Frie, M.D. l..W. Siberd, M.D..
J.M. Herrzberg, M.D. G' Sldo' M'D'
J.D. Skow, M.D.
F.W. Hiss, M.D.
H.F. Howe, M.D. V R.F. Slorrerbeck, M.D.
-LM. Kenyon, M.D. N.G. Spencer, M.D.
NLG. Means, MODE G.H. Starr, M.D.,
W.H. Meffley' M.D. D.G. Tanner, M.D.
l.D. Murphy, M.D. S.D. Zuker, M.D.
5-W- N0l"fl1UPf M-D- Drs. Shaffer, Collins,
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Drs. Hawkins, F.B., R.C
F.B. Ruwe, M.D. R.F. Cooke
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