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Once upon a time a young woman put on her cap, lit a candle, and became a nurse. Thru
the world she Walkedg among her dear friends and among strangers in distant lands.
Every hand she touched became a little stron er a d
g ', n every face that saw her candle be-
came a little brighter.
At last we were the ones to share that candle low K' dl
g . in ed by years of experience, it
burned even brighter as she led us along the road of kindness, love, and inner strength.
Other faltering steps may not know the comfort of that light, but we will always remem-
ber. Because we sincerely hope some of the glow has rubbed off on us, we dedicate this
our storehouse of memories to the bearer of our guiding candle-
DORIS E. PRYCE
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TAKE ONE GIANT STEP
So the world speaks to us as we stand at the doorway of our training. Three years ago
we looked inward with timid curiosity, now, looking outward, we hesitate once more.
Behind us lies the landmark of our progress, the medicine closets, the clinicsg the
wards with their plaster casts and oxygen tentsg the nursery with its army of formulas and
incubatorsg the children's ward, with its occupants crying for home one minute and laugh-
ing at TV the next. There are first-time memories which will always linger: giving an
injection, scrubbing for operation, seeing a baby born.
Stored away also are the outings, the parties, the basketball games. Most of all, there
are those with whom we have worked, played, laughed and lived.
We walked along these corridors hundreds of times before we reached the doorway. Here
we pause for a moment of reflection while those many steps are merged into one great
giant step out into the world.
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I solenmly pledge myself before Cod and in the
presence of this assembly to pass my life in purity
and to practice my profession faithfully. I will ali-
stain from whatever is deleterious and mischievous,
and will not take or knowingly administer any harm-
ful drug. I will do all in my power to maintain and
elevate the standard of my profession, and will hold
in confidence all personal matters committed to my
keeping and all family affairs coming to my knowl-
edge 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
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