Medical College Hospital School of Nursing - Cap and Candle Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)
- Class of 1956
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1956 volume:
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To you, students and faculty of the Wom-
an's Medical College Hospital School of
Nursing, we present the 1956 Cap and Candle.
We wish to thank our families, faculty,
physicians, nurses and friends for all you
have contributed and your profound interest
in the Class of 1956. Without you we could
not have succeeded in presenting this 1956
We wish to express our sincere appreciation and
thanks for all you have done for the student nurses
of the Woman's Medical College Hospital. So to you,
Mrs. John B. Kelly, the graduating class of 1956
dedicates its yearbook.
UI solemnly pledge myself liefore God and in the pres-
ence of this assembly to pass my life in purity and to
practice my profession faithfully. I will abstain from
whatever is deleterious and mischievous, and will not
take or knowingly administer any harmful drugs. l will
do all in my power to elevate the standard of my pro-
fession and will hold in confidence all personal matters
committed to my keeping and all family affairs coming
to my knowledge in the practice of my calling. With
loyalty will I endeavor to aid the physician in his work
and devote myself to the welfare of those committed
to my care.
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MILDRED SWICK, R.N., BS. MOLLY WALLACK, R.N., B.S., M.A
Director of Nurses Assistant Director of Nurses
They have understood our problems, assisted
us with patience of steel, listened to our com-
plaints with an admirable smile, inspired us
with confidence, encouraged us when we were
disheartened, and enhanced our chance for suc-
cess. Their determined effort to make us satis-
fied and happy shall always he remembered.
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DORIS PRYCE. R.N.. B.S.
DORIS WECKERLY. R.N., B.S.
Director of Clinical Program and
Supervisor in Medical and Surgical
MARGARET AIKEN, R.N., B.S.
Clinical Instructor and Supervisor in
Medical and Surgical Nursing
MAY BELLE HUBER, R.N.
CAROL SCHALLER. R.N., B.S.
DR. EVA F. FOX DR. MARION FAY
Mezlical Director Dean of College
DR. BURGESS L. GORDON MR. GEORGE A. HAY
President of College Hospital Administrator
Chiefs of Staff
DR. L. KRAEER FERGUSON
f h C I U 1. Phmo - 'Washington
DR. STANFORD W. MULHOLLAND
DR. WILLIAM G. LEAMAN, JR.,
Chiefs of Staff
DR. MARY DEWITT PETTIT DR. ANN GRAY TAYLOR
DR. JEAN CRUMP DR. BEN T. BELL
DR. LAURENCE T. BROWNE
DR. TOSHIHIDE TACHINO
DR. NAOMI G. LUND
DR. LEE ROY MATHIS, JR.
DR. KATHERINE MELTON
DR. STEWART M. SCOTT
DR. NORMAN F. DENNIS
DR. DOROTHY E. KLEIN
DR. MARIA DEL CARMEN MOYA
DR. LUCY EDENBOROUGH
DR. JOHN A. RATNAVALE
Obstetrics and Gynecology
DR. LUZ B. ANTONIO
DR. MARIE T. BURKE
DR. TRAUDEL M. ELLWART
DR. IRENE YU-YING LIN
DR. YAOVALAK MOKKHAVESA
DR. LOIS ROBERTS
MARGARET E, RYLAND, BNA, MARIA WIENER KIRBER. Ph.D.
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ROBERTA HAFKESBRING, Ph.D.
HAZELTENE S. PARMENTER, M.S.
JEAN MacCREIGHT, Ph.D.
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CHARLOTTE STRAUSSER, R.N. EMMA NICHOLSON
IRENE STOVER, R.N.
1 CAROL ANN SCHWORER
And only the Master shall praise us, and only the
Master shall hlameg
And no one shall work for money, and no one shall
work for fameg
But each for the joy of working, and each, in
his separate star,
Shall draw the Thing as he sees It, for the God of
Things as They Are!
The world grows better year by year,
Because some nurse in her little sphere,
Puts on her apron and grins and sings,
And keeps on doing the same old things.
Taking the temperatures, giving the pills
To remedy mankind's numberless ills,
Feeding the baby, answering the bells
Being polite with a heart that rebels.
Longing for home and all the while
Wea1'ing the same old professional smile,
Blessing the new born babe's first breath
Closing the eyes that are still in death.
Taking the blame for the doctorls mistakes,
Oh Dear, what a lot of patience it takes,
Going off duty at seven o,cloCk
Tired, discouraged, and ready to drop.
But called back on special at seven fifteen
With woe in her heart, but it must not be seen,
Morning and evening, and noon and night.
Just doing it over and hoping it's right.
When we lay down our caps and cross the bar
Oh Lord, will you give us just one little star,
To wear in our crowns with our uniforms, new
In that city above, where the Head Nurse is You
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For your guidance, understanding, and untiring
efforts, we wish to express our appreciation and
President ..,,sAs,,,, .,s.,ss.,ss. R OSE DAVID
Vice President As,..s ss ,... MARY SCHOOLEY
Secretary .....,.. ..,.... D OLORES ZERANCE
Treasurer .... .....,...s...... D ORIS MILES
404 E. Magnolia Avenue
Sparkling blue eyes . . . Letter writer . . .
Excellent conversationist . . . Florida vacations
. . . Pediatric expert . . . Busy telephone.
JUDITH ANN BERTQLET
41 Princeton Road
Petite Pixy type . . . adores cats . . . trips to
Annapolis . . . Noted for brimming clothes
closet . . . Social Committee Chairman.
YVONNE MAURER CATON
1842 Lehigh Street
Songstress . . . Impersonator . . . Dark hair
and eyes . . . Never without Socker . . . Week-
ends with Jack . . . Likes Obstetrics.
ROSE ROZANSKY DAVID
Mahanoy Plane, Pa.
Happily married . . . Basketball cheering
section . . . Mambo Queen . . . Third floor
specialist . . . Class President.
JANET ANN EISENMAN
513 East Blaine Street
Tall . . . Long pony tail . . . Jocko fan
Perfume collection . . . Hoagie consumer
Delivery room nurse.
FLORENCE STU BER HACKMAN
Tall blonde . . . Abbreviation expert . .
Bob's wife . . . Never writing, always typing
MARY JANE EBERT LEITZEL
Tiny . . . Dutchy . . . Air Force husband
. . . First married . . . Lone Ranger fan
. . . Class genius.
DORIS IRENE MILES
Newfield, N. J.
Quiet . . . Student body treasurer . . . Class
treasurer . . . Jerseyite . . . Pinned . . . Always
had food in her room.
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MARY ELLEN MORROS NEGRETE
Long hair . . . Beautiful clothes . . . First
mother . . . Trips to New York City.
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MARY EILEEN SCHOOLEY
R. D. No. 5
New Castle, Pa.
Five foot two . . . Eyes of blue . . . Sports
club president . . . Class barber . . . Pianist.
CAROL ANN SCHWORER
2317 Tague Avenue
Seamstress . . . Always home . . . Record
collection . . . Pierced ears . . . Likes Pediat-
rics . . . Crazy about red.
SHIRLEY ANN SOCKER
Naturally curly hair . . . Waits for ,lim
Nursery Nurse . . . Always with Yvonne
Shower singer . . . Bubble baths.
ARLENE CAROL YOUNG
2035 Tulip Road
olly . . . Engaged . . . Basketball captain
. . Church worker . . . Likes operating room
. . Ivory tickler.
DOLORES ANN ZERANCE
26 Boyer Street
Class Secretary . . . Expert knitter . . . Neat
. . . Seamstress . . . Pediatrics nurse
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JACQUELINE MAY ZIMMERMAN
507 S. 7th Street
Student Council President . . . Military-minded
. . . Natural born leader . . . Dutchman . . .
Likes Psychiatric nursing . . . Active in
Class of 958
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Front row, left to right: H. Cay, C. Michaels, B. Walker. M. Davis, B. Williams.
A. Yeich. Second row: M. Miller, M. Petro. B. Walsh. N. Smith, J. Weaver, K.
Melatti, D. Martin, H. Krahel, E. Folk. M. Murdza. Third row: C. Bradish, B. Catano.
M. Branton, D. Dittenhafer, C. Hardy, M. Brown, N. King. M. Kisolosky, B. Hebal,
B. Batson. J. Halstead. A. Good, A. Czupick.
Class of '57
Front row, left to right: A. Yanushka. J. Edmiston, N. Wallace, C. Markey. Second
row: C. Hughes, M. Mundy. R. Kaminski, J. Lauffer. L. Butz. J. Billow. M. Matalonis.
M. Kamerer, H. Lowell, M. Singley. Third row: A. Corka, L. Yuknavitch. M. Mum-
mert. R. Hebal, B. Brown. B. Stellander. Not pictured: J. Dissinger. P. Cernerd. K.
Moyer, H. Saunders. J. Truxton. S. Worman.
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Mary Jane Lietzel
Mary Ellen Negrete
Carol Ann Schworer
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Blue and white apron
Band of Cold
Brothers and sisters
La Salle Frat Pin
Mondays and Fridays
My Boy ,
Tic Tac Toe Incision
I have a date tonightw
'6What will I wear?
Will the meeting please
come to order
I'll clobber you
My Tina Marie'
I'm going home
I'm quitting tomorrowi,
I hear me knockin
Own a motorcycle
'floin the Navy
Live in Maine
Go home to Bob
Pose for her cheese cake
Live in Frackville
Be a certain Doctor's wife
Have eight children
Work his way through
Own a car
Live next door to Maurer
Have top honors scholastically
to visit Hawaii
Be an Army General's wife
was without a date
hated to see us practice Anatomy
spent her Junior vacation on her
was thrown in the shower after
the Dean's party
read us jokes from Penn State's
told us she would be the first to
wasn,t sharing some escapade with
spent hours dressing for the La Salle
surprised everyone by revealing
liked Friends so much
wasn't going home for the
wasnlt sharing some escapade with
came back from the shore engaged
didn't have a beautiful tan
had her vacation at the Pocano
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merman. D. Miles, J. Be-rtolet, J. Lauffer. Not pictured: K. Moyer.
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As we look- through our crystal ball we see before us the Class of 1956 in future
years. Whether this crystal is right or not, only the future will tell.
PATRICIA AARON-Chief Stewardess for T.W.A.
JUDITH BERTOLET-Outstanding Washington socialite as an Admiralis wife
ROSE DAVID-Raising blonde miniature Mr. Americas
JANET EISENMAN-Director of Nursing at Philadelphia Naval Hospital
FLORENCE HACKMAN-Author of a book on abbreviations used in Nursing and
MARY JANE LIETZEL-Running a farm with six farmers all her own
YVONNE MAURER4Directing a Day Nursery School
DORIS MILES-Head Nurse somewhere in Jersey
MARY ELLEN NECRETE-HMother of the Yearw from Harrisburg
MARY SCHOOLEY-School Nurse at La Salle College
CAROL ANN SCHWORER-Pediatric Supervisor anywhere near home
SHIRLEY SOCKER-Directing Day Nursery with Yvonne
ARLENE YOUNG-Infirmary nurse at Rutgers University
DOLORES ZERANCE-Night Supervisor in Harrisburg Hospital
JACQUELINE ZIMMERMAN-Chief of United States Navy Nurse Corps
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We wish 'ro +hank +he following for 'their generosify which
makes +his yearbook possible.
Margarei' Aiken, R.N.
Frieda Bauman, M.D.
Elizabefh Bennig, R.N.
The Brinkman Family
Ru+h Buchanan, R.N.
J. R. Boucoi
Donald Cooper, M.D.
Jean Crump, M.D.
Helen Drew, R.N.
JeaneH'e Ecker+, R.N.
Mrs. Richard Gosser
Teresa Hanson, M.D.
Margarei' Healey, R.N.
Mary Howard, R.N.
MayBelle Huber, R.N.
Luke Jordon, M.D.
June Klinghoffer, M.D.
Virginia Lau+z, M.D.
William G. Leaman, M.D.
Jane Leibfried, M.D.
Kyle Laramore, R.N.
Mr. and Mrs. Roberi McNeil
Sianford Mulholland, M.D.
F. H. Murray, M.D.
Cafherine Macfarlane, M.D.
Mr. and Mrs. Roberi' Miles
Meyer Naide, M.D.
Mary Ousey, R.N. I
JoAnne Overleese, M.D.
Doris Pryce, R.N. '
Virginia Riddle., R.N. I
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Schworer
Anna Snoich, R.N.
Evelyn Shilliday, R.N.
Irene Sfover, R.N.
CharloH'e S'rrausser, R.N.
Mildred Swick, R.N.
Ann Gray Taylor, M.D.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Toomes
Joan Torpey, R.N.
Marie Websier, M.D.
Doris Weckerly, R.N.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Young
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Young I
Alma Young, M.D. I
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