Nazareth School of Nursing - NSN Yearbook (Lexington, KY)
- Class of 1953
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Text from Pages 1 - 62 of the 1953 volume:
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We proudly dedicate, with deepest
love and esteem, the 1953 edition of the
N. S. N. to you, our director of nurses,
Sister Clare. Because your devotion,
interest and guidance have inspired us to
the higher things of life, and because
your everlasting zeal and thoughtful deeds
have been a living example to those who
have been fortunate enough to receive
Sister Margaret Teresa, our hospital administrator
is a graduate of Nazareth College and Nazareth School
of Nursing at St. Joseph Infirmary, Louisville, Ken-
Sister is a member of the Nursing Education and
Nurse Registration, The Kentucky League for Nursing
and the American College of Hospital Administrators.
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Rev.G.O'Bryan, Chaplain. C. Scotty E. Ranking F. Massieg I. Kanner R Qurlhn S
Warreng A. Ballowsg M. Darnell. SECOND ROW: A. B. Barretrg R. Crutcherg W. Penningtongj Sprague J McCe11
and: T. Bryantg A. L. Cornishg J. Floyd. B. Hunterg R. Boltong A. Millerg P. Simmons. QAM staff Doctors were not
present when picture was takenj
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: E. DaSa1viag N. Tunag M. Cejting C. Plott. SECOND ROW: D Hull chref res1dent
A. Altrnang B. Cassidyg J. Lane.: C. Roach. G. Fonsecog C. Ortizg G. Asho were absent when prcture was takenj
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Miss Chumley, nursing arts instructor, Miss
McKinney, medical and surgical nursing instructor,
and Mrs. Minella, assistant director of nurses, are
the Well known teachers and clinical instructors who
have had the grave responsibility of guiding us, the
nurses of tomorrow, through a well-balanced period
of training. They are real leaders in the field of
nursing, and have taken an active part in preparing
us to meet the challenge of being nurses who are
worthy examples of our noble profession.
SEATED: Mrs. Smith,
evening supervisor, and
Sister Margaret Vincent,
director of nursing service.
STANDING: Mrs. King,
night supervisor. fMiss
Lancaster, night super-
visor, was absent when
picture was takeny
STANDING: Sister Margaret Vincent, Mrs.
Merchant, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Omohundro,
Miss Fitch, Miss M. Amato, Miss E. Chum
ley, Mrs. Secoy, Miss Hilton, Mrs. Pur-
win. SEATED: Mrs. Long, Miss M. Kear-
ney, Mrs. Wasson, Miss E. Kearney, Sister
Charles Elizabeth, Sister Ann Jude, Mrs.
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Editor , , Anna Lou Robinson
Assistant Editor . . Mona Sharp
Business Manager . Sally Bowling
Photography Editoi' . Lena Fritsch
Typist . . . Jeanette Defilippo
Advertising Manager. ,Ann Wilder
Sponsor. . . . . ....
. . .Mrs. Celeste Minella, R.N.
Dr. Warren Sergent, M.D.
Mrs. Helen Carpenter, R. N.A.
Dr. Orville Zeller, M.D.
Dr, Virgil Goodman, M.D.
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THE NURSES' PRAYER
O, my God, I am about to begin a days work in the hospital.
Teach me to receive the sick in Thy name. Give to my efforts
success, Sweet Jesus, for the glory of Thy Holy Name. It is Thy
work: without Thee 1 cannot succeed. Grant that the sick Thou
hast placed in my care may be abundantly blessed, and not one of
them be lost because of anything that is lacking in me. Help Thou
me to overcome every temporal weakness and strengthen in me
whatever may enable me to bring sunshine and joy to the lives
gathered around and about me day by day. Make me beautiful
within for the sake of Thy sick ones and those lives which may be
influenced by me.
rseodfazf, of me
HQIMGCUKG fe C0l'lC'0l0fL0l'l
Mary Ann DeFi1ippo
Ckifclren 0 a
11 ueen 0 ,Heaven
"Well I'11 be."
"J err y"
"Are you fer real?"
Secretary and Treasurer
"Is that rite P"
"Let's go to Paris".
"Sounds all right. "
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IEANET TE DeFILIPPO
"Oh, you don't mean it
MARY ANN DeFILIPPO
SARA EVELYN DISPONETTE
"Ain't that something. "
"And to top that!
Mt. Sterling, Kentucky
"I'm just a doll. "
ANNA LOU ROBINSON
Paint Lick, Kentucky
"I'm wired for 1ovin'. "
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' A' "Pudd1es"
"Wou1dn't that kill ya?"
,V Corbin, Kentucky
"You have had xt.
BETTY JEAN MAHER
"Love that man. "
"Isn't that a site?"
WILLIE KATE MILLS
"Oh, you all. "
"Oh, what a line."
CAROL ANN HALL
Stamping Ground, Kentucky
"Let me sleep."
Olive Hill, Kentucky
"Well, tut, tut. "
BETTY LEE SANTEL
South Fort Mitchell, Kentucky
"Well if the combination isn't there
what are you go'na do?"
"I'm gonna take five.'
Frank fort, Kentucky
"Brother elevator. "
"Crazy man crazy."
JENNY LOU WHITE
"Well, pardon me."
HARRIET WILLIAM WILEY
"That's my man. "
9 lASl WIllA IHESIAMI I
We, the Senior class of nineteen hundred fifty-three, do herebgf
make and declare this to be our last will and testament, to be rea
on the 13th day of May.
Lucy Martina leaves her love for Jerry Lewis to Dorothy Myers,
also the nine hundred and ninety nine photos she's collected of him,
Marjorie Tuttle leaves her charming personality to Beuna
Jenny White leaves her ability to sleep through all noises to the
poor students on night duty,
Lou Robinson leaves her ability to get along with the doctors
to Marie Williams.
Willie Kate Mills leaves her giggling'ability to Jane Compton.
-""'- Geneva Disponette leaves her good behavior to Jane Riddell.
Carry on the good Work,
Mayme Ballinger leaves her long blond hair and bi blue eyes to
anyone who thinks they can use them as Well as she dig,
Bettye Carroll leaves her political ability to anyone that's in
a hurry for their "honey" to come home. With your help we may
win this war.
I- Mrs, Wylie leaves everything except Ray.
-ff"-k Carleen Pardi leaves her superb nursing technique to all the
Mona Sharp leaves her striking combination of beauty to Noma
Ruth Lane leaves her ability to excel in all sports to Phyllis
Ann Wilder leaves her knowledge to the freshman class, You'll
Ruby Hall wants to leave just so she can see "mommie" and
Ellis more often.
4 Frances Baskett leaves her excess, energy to Jewell Hatfield.
i Carol Hall leaves her hot temper to Maxine Whitaker.
Joy Phillips leaves part of her long hair to Loraine Meinhardt,
l so her ears won't be co d this winter,
47:-' Carolyn Grant leaves her ability to be heard at all times to Mary
"Juicy" Disponette leaves her ability to get along so well with
others to Jean Shick.
' Lena Fritsch leaves her red hair to Maxine Whitaker, so she
f can have an excuse for her temper.
J Jeanette Buck leaves her love for crossword puzzles to anyone
' smart enough to work them.
JI Sally Bowling leaves her many beaus to Marilyn Dale. Let's
hope she doesn't keep them waiting so long.
Betty Maher leaves her weekly ticket to Maysville to Ida
19 Means. Someone has to keep the bus company in business.
N Jeanette and Mary Ann DeFilippo leave their quietness to
I Barbara Wilson, as she needs it as much as they do,
Rub Lane leaves her good naturedness to Joan Brogli,
Paula Mulcahy leaves her ability for staying in trouble to
someone that has more cunning ways of getting out of it,
Florence Fitch leaves her habit of neatness to Elizabeth Harrod.
Betty Santel leaves her friendliness toward everyone to Rena
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It is the year 1960, and the biggest Alumnae Banquet 1n the
history of Nazareth School of Nursing 1S in full swing Guy Lom
bardo's Band is furnishing the music in the background of the
school's beautiful new ballroom Everyone 1S there except Ruby
and Ruth Lane They are stationed with the Navy Nurse Corps in
Hawaii Their telegram of regrets arrived late this evening but
as we look around we can spot all the other nineteen fifty three
graduates In fact, Lucy Martina was the very first one to arrive
She was full of news from Hollywood She has at last succeeded
in breaking .Terry Lewis s arm and is doing private duty with him
After her grand entrance, it wasn't long until her old roommate
Betty Santel, pulled up in her very own Cadillac convertible It
seems she has the General Hospital 1n C1nc1nnat1 well 1n hand
She is head of the anesthesia department there Lou Robinson is
having a lovely time greeting old acquaintances Her dream of
being orthopedic scrub nurse has at last become a reality Willie
Kate Mills 1S going around looking at people planning her next
wr1teup in the A J N Her picture 1S sure to be seen 1n the next
1ssue as she has recently been elected the new editor in chief
Jenny Lou White and Mary Ann DeF1l1ppo have their noses together
over 1n the corner They have really made a success of their
dress designing business their originals are being copied by
Paris designers Juicy" D1sponette had to leave her guns
and spurs at the door but she brought in her unbelievable stories
of Frontier Nursing Carolyn Grant has given up her nursing
career and has joined the F B I so she can keep up with Bob
Three members of the State Board are talking shop and looking
over old friends and classmates You'll remember them Ann
Wilder, Carol Ann Hall and Joy Phillips Mayme Ballinger is
having a wonderful time making eyes at the boys in Guy L.ombardo's
band Ruby Hall 1S teaching nursing arts in Morehead She and
Ellis have finally settled down as man and wife. Jeanette De-
Filippo is living in Texas with her husband, Sonny, who is making
a career of flying. Florence Fitch has taken over Mrs. Secoy's
place as head nurse on Second East. Her probationary experience
sure came in handy. Carleen Pardi is superintendent of the
hospital in Frankfort, and will soon be getting her doctor's
degree. Sally Bowling has at last picked the lucky man and is
devoting her tender, loving care to one patient. Everyone is
making up for lost time talking to Marjorie Tuttle and Geneva
Disponette. It seems they have the knack for raising families.
At the last count their children numbered an even six for each,
Mona Sharp is still hiding the scalpel from.Dr, Pennington, she's
his private scrub nurse. Paula Mulcahy and Jeanette Buck are
still working on O. B. In fact, they are the "Heads," Mrs. Wiley,
better known as Harriet, just announced the arrival of her second
daughter. She and Ray are planning another honeymoon because
the first one was so short. Betty Maher's nursing ability is
coming in handy. Her three sons have just recovered from an
attack of measles. Frances Baskett has finished her post-graduate
work and is now settled down in a cute little cottage with Bob,
Speaking of "cute little cottages," Lena Fristch has just re-
modeled her home. She has taken up interior decorating and
making it a side-line to her nursing profession. Every one is
settling back for a nice long stay because Betty Carroll is just
beginning to tell about her excitement when her "Honey" came
So on went the banquet and on went the lives of the Alumnae--
We wish for each of them good luck and happiness.
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FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT June Harrison Joann
Brogli Mary Io Dixon Marilyn Dale Kaye Queen Mar
garet Grant Jewell Hatfield SECOND ROW LEFT TO
RIGHT Phyllis Ruddell Joyce Pulliam Delta Rose
Vice Mary Jane Herrington Maxine Whitaker Jean
Schick Evonne Elarn THIRD ROW LEFT TO RIGHT
Louise Durham Betty Mulberry Georgia Crager Jane
Riddell, Eunice Courtney, Betty Woodall, Vera Walker.
FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Barbara Wilson, Ann
Hughes, Elizabeth Harrod, Dorothy Myers, Wanda
Snedeger. FIFTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Norma Prince,
Buena Isaccs, Marie Williams, Joyce Wicke, Jane
President -- Maxine Whitaker
Vice President -- Wanda Snedegar
Sec. and Treas. -- Dorothy Myers
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Zelma Perkins, Ada Roe,
Dorothy Shelton, Barbara Dickerson, Maxine House. Betsy 'ff
Switzer, Ann Riley. SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT:
Vivian Bailey, Patsy Brown, Lettie Johnson, Beth ann Huff- .,
meyer, June Seal, Velma Gray, Ida Kurtz. THIRD ROW, x ,,.,,
LEFT TO RIGHT: Ann Curry, Rosette Key, Ruth Dotson, ip- X
Elizabeth Kirby, Peggy Wills, Carol Sparks, Dolores Deaton. 0 '42 of
FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Wilma Alexander, Jean- Q!
ette Galloway, Rosalie Baker, Joyce Bramel, Betty Bald-
win. FIFTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Elvena Johnson, Ida
Means, Shirley Dosier, Bonnie Wardle, Faye Hagen, Betty
Cobb. SIXTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Gallihue, Betsy
Bramlett, Sue Combs, Irene Webb, Ann Coomer, Betty
Preston, Joyce House, Lorrine Meinhart, Betty Collier.
President -- Maxine House
Vice President -- Velma Gray
Sec. -- Bonnie Wardle
Treas. -- Vivian Bailey
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To our "House Mothers," Mrs. Scully
and Miss Kenney, we pay out most sincere
appreciation. These are the ladies who are
always ready to serve us and, in a motherly
way, give us encouragerrient when we are
discouraged or confused. We are everlastingly
grateful to them for sharing our happiness
and our sorrow and making Euphrasia Hall
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Dear to our hearts, indeed, is Mrs. Minella. Assistant director of nurses
and Annual advisor are only her titles and could never relate our real feelings.
It was she who stood bravely before our class of giggling girls and tried to
persuade us that "taxes" are necessary even in Kalamazoo, and it was she who
gave us our annual "booster" shot fwhen she could catch us., Even for things
such as these we can forgive ----- because we love her, her undying smile,
her warm welcome, and the way she was ready with an answer that would make
any problem only a trifle thing,
Our only regret is that this was her last year with N. S. N. Mercy Hospital
in Hamilton, Ohio has added a great nurse, teacher, friend, and person to their
staff. For these reasons and many other reasons, Mrs. Minella, we want you
to know that, "As long as we live you will always be ------ so dear to our hearts, "
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We invite you to Walk with us through
the halls of Saint Joseph Hospital,
into the happiest years of our lives,
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Do you want to apply for a job at this beautiful Hospital you have just been
through? Sister Margaret Vincent will take your application because she is
well-known to the hospital staff as, "Director of nursing service" or "Assistant
hospital administrator. " But she is best known to the class of '53 for her
devotion as their nursing arts instructor.
It was her kind but firm hand which guided us safely through our probationary
period. From the time she greeted us at morning prayers until she dismissed
her last class, we were ever conscious of her enthusiastic spirit, energy and
store of knowledge.
She was always right behind us or not far away when she was needed most--
such as the morning we received our daily assignment sheet with "medications"
written on it for the first time, our first prep, or rounds with Doctors---and
the greatest moment of all, capping.
It is really impossible to tell you why we feel so close to Sister Margaret
Vincent, but if you ever meet her you'll understand. And, by the way, if you
haven't met her you don't know what you have missed ----- we know because
we have known her three years, three wonderful years we can never forget.
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Sister Celestine Marie
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Sister John William y
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N.S.N. Glee Club
War March of the Prlests Mendelssohn
Lexlngton Cathohc Hlgh School Orchestra
Rlght Reverend Monslgnor George J OBryan Presldlng
Address Rev Alfred F Horrlgan
Presentation of Candldates for
Dxplomas and Awards Rlght Res Monlsgnor George J O Bryan
Conferrlng of Dlplomas Most Reverend Wllllam T Mulloy D D
B1ShOp of Covlngton
Presentatlon of Honor P1n and
Closmg Prayer The Most Reverend BlSh0p
Pomp and Clrcumstance Elgal
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TO N. S. N.
The summer sun is falling on the loveliest spot of all---
The summer sun is gleaming through our dear N. S. N. halls.
The autumn months are coming and the leaves are bright as gold,
All nature seems to smile upon this graduating fold.
We love to cast a backward glance upon those happy years,
When kindly,words from Sisters helped to cast away our fears,
But now we have come to realize these blissful days are past,
And in a vastly different sphere our future will be cast.
What song, O dear N. S. N. , shall we sing in praise to thee?
Ah, thou hast taught us how to live, this shall our tribute be,
That by living and nursing we may ever prove our loyalty and love
And may our song, sweet blessings bring, to thee from Heaven above
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DR. RICHARD STEVENSON
DR. ERNEST WELCH, JR.
MR, ERNEST WELCH, SR,
DR. STANLEY PARKS
DR. MARSHALL JONES
DR.. B. F. COMBS
DR. A. E. SMITH
DR. COLEMAN JOHNSTON
DR. RICHARD RIPY
DR. JOHN KEYS
DR. A. J. WHITEHOUSE
DR. RICHARD ELLIOTT
DR. HALBERT LEET
DR. CHAMP LIGON
DR. WILLIAM LIPSCOMB
DR. IRVINC1 GAIL
DR. CARL WEISEL
DR. JOHN ROMPF
SODALITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN
N. S. N. ALUMNI
As the years advance and We approach the evening of life, We shall
often wish to go back, in spirit, to the days of our youth. Since we may
not then be able to recall all the pleasures of our training days, and
may forget some little joys, which may mean so much to us, and when
hallowed by years of memory, may mean even more, we have taken
this means of perpetuating all our joys and also our trials. Though we
realize there are short comings in the make-up of this, our first Annual,
we shall always treasure its pages and We trust that this memory book
will keep alive Within us the sweet spirit of our Alma Mater.
Many thanks to our Boosters and Patrons who have aided in making
our yearbook possible.
THE ANNUAL STAFF
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109 North Lime Street
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W. G. Hiles Merritt Martin
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LEXINGTON OPTICAL COMPANY
133 West Short Street
A Specialty At
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MOTOR CO. INCORP.
Pontiac Sales and Service
129' East High Street
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Fabrics For Every Need
Park At Our Door
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