North Carolina Baptist Hospital School of Nursing - White Matter Yearbook (Winston Salem, NC)
- Class of 1971
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Text from Pages 1 - 160 of the 1971 volume:
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School of Nursing
1970 White Matter 1971
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A time to die:
A time to kill
And a time to heal
A time to be born
a time . . . a season
Features. . . fall
Classes . . . senior
Departments of Allied Health
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And a time to laugh
A time to mourn
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And a time to build up
A time to rend
A time to sew,
A time to embrace
And a time to refrain from embracing
A time to keep silence
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And a time to lose:
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And a time to cast away
A time to love
And a time to hate.
A time of war
And a time of peace
That which hath been is now
And that which is to be hath
Although she is a fairly recent addition to our
School of Nursing, we feel that she has helped our
school progress more rapidly than it ever has before.
She has imparted to us her knowledge, patience,
kindness, interest, and friendship. She has dedicated
to us her time and understanding and we, the senior
class of 1971, dedicated the 1971 WHITE MATTER
to NANCY TITUS. A
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Mrs Nancy Titus
A woman a nurse
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Settlung unto a new home as confusmg but hopes and dreams
that anse are well worth the trouble.
It may look hopeless but things shape up with imagination,
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The freshmen ,unnors and semors are treated to a pncnnc durmg
Rules, regulations and announcements are put up for the purpose ot
The hospital gets ready for the new students as
well as welcoming back the old.
nts get ready for the h05DlY8l.
Autumn brings harvest: Harvest is the time of Halloween, and a
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The winners of the 1970 Halloween party receiving their
Contestants are selected for the costume contest
What a hard decusuon,
Governor Scott proclaims St
schools over the fate.
udent Nurse Week in the p
Student Nurse Assocnatuon of North Carolma provides
enlughtemng actlvuty and fellovvshup for nursing students
vvnth monthly meetmgs.
Refresh ments, Refresh ments, Refresh ments'
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Twin Castles begins to get ready for the Christ
Christmas decorations go up everywhere.
The buuldnngs begun to shape up and
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of Christmas carols.
Musuc and dancmg brnng enjoyment for
Christmas Dance and
Christmas Queens Court
Candy for the winners of the building decoration
Muss Elarne Rrch IVIuss Ravetta Keener Mass Marsha Pearson
Freshman Freshman Freshman
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Not plctured are:
Mrs' Duane Rouse
Mrs Jean Faddns
Nluss Letha Smuth
Miss Pam Garrett
1970 Chrustmas Queen
Wmter quarter marks the Half-way
pomt for the jumors Thus brings
celebration with their annual "Half-
Winter quarter enables juniors and sensors to wear their
caps with pride,
In vvlnter, there IS the fun, excutnng sport of
basketball for the students as they particu-
pate tn a city league meetlng another team
Enthusiastic fans cheer their team
on . . .
Annually, the students meet the faculty.
Thus enables both sides to seek revenge
as well as laughter and entertaunrnent.
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The Student Nurse of the year for 1970-1971 is
Susan Kaye Lawrence,
One qualification for this honor is activity on
campus. Susan meets this qualification adequately.
She is a member of Student Council, class activities
and Student Nurse Association of North Carolina.
For many social activities, her talent at the piano and
in singing are displayed with ease and beauty.
Susan typifies the qualities of "Student Nurse of
the Year" with integrity, honesty, professional poten-
tial, friendliness and great concern for her patients as
Susan Lawrence is a student that Baptist Hospital
School of Nursing can be proud to claim.
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Student Nurse of the Year
Each year, the junior class sponsors a
weekend of activity and entertain-
ment for students and guest, There is
talent displayed, a Spring Follie
Court chosen from representatives of
each class and a Spring Follie Queen
chosen each year from these contest-
ants. The juniors are saluted for a
fine 1971 Spring Follies Weekend.
Entertainment vvnth and vvuthout talent us guven
vvuih enjoyment of all
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Miss Debbie Culbertson
Miss Connie Robinson Miss Paula Ross
Miss Shirley Siiver
Mrs. Ann Brookshire
Miss Janice Early
Miss Pam Garrett
Miss Vickie Fulp
1971 Follies Queen
MC, Chaplain Charles Wilson and Miss Pulp
Easter brings activities as the Nurse's choir and mem-
bers of the Department of Pastoral Care lead services
in Davis Chapel.
The new Seniors celebrate with their Black Band Supper.
The end of the spring quarter brings the time for promotion.
The members of each class, having met requirements, take
another step toward their goal and dreams.
D, sprung quarter as fumshnng, there IS the tume fov
nomnnatuons, campaigns and electrons for Student
an am me
Students enjoy a pscnuc supper and campaign entertaunment
at Muller Park.
The new Juniors celebrate their progress with thelr corner Black
Just think, one year down' That makes everyone happy.
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enables them to branch out In specualues
Summer quarter begins the acrnvlzy of baseball
for siudents, The team IS coached by Blll Mel-
ton as they play games weekly.
At last Graduatnon A day when dreams
The Sensors then leave. The new Semors and
Jumors have a break and N.C. Baptist Hospital
School of Nursing prepares for another year,
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
CLASS OF 1971
"' - Dr. Richard Patterson
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lVIrs. Loretta Edwards, RN, B,S.
Karen Ruth Benton
Mary Kathy Benton
Teachey N C
Most Lrkely to Succeed
Gail Tucker Bucket
Winston Salem, N.C.
Ann Brock Brookshure
Tryon N C
Lunda Duane Boyles Susan Ninnda Caldwell
Hlckory N C Statesvnlle N C
Joyce Ethel Charles Janice Lee Early Jean Wilkins Faddis
Lexington, N.C. Winston Salem, N.C, Winston Salem, N.C
Annette Lee Franklin Pamela Lee Garrett Susie Vernice Gibson
Winston Salem, N.C. Greensboro, N.C, Franklin, N.C.
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Rita Anne Hooper Lucille Barkley Horn Mary Ray Jacobs
Pisgah Forest, N.C. Winston Salem, N. C. Winston Salem, N C
Janice Geneva James Laura Louise James Kay Aldeen Johnson
Nlocksville, N.C, Durham, N.C, lVIt. Airy, N.C
Earline Annette Jones
Elizabeth City, N.C.
Barbara Westmoreland Jones
Winston Salem, N.C.
Pamela Paschel Kimel
Winston Salem, N.C.
. . I can't look ahead to the future and l'm
too old to run home to the past
Brenda Joyce McClure
St. Albans, W. Va,
Sandra Kay Metcalf
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Ludy Nlarie lVl izell
Cynthia Rae Michael
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Carole Sparks Parris
Winston Salem, N.C.
. . For every star that falls to earth a new one
For every dream that fades away a new one
. . . So while my heart is still believing l'll say
Nlary Ann Phillips
Carol Anne Peddycord
Winston Salem, N.C.
Patricia Lynn Pope
Janice Nell Ray Cathy Elaine Rink Glenda Faye Flobinette
Kernersville, N.C, Greensboro, N.C. Big Stone Gap, Va.
Nlost Dependable Nlost Intelligent
Mary Jacobs Karen Benton
Dianne Blevins Rouse Lucy Bowden Scott Brenda Sue Stafford
Clemmons, N.C, Clemmons, N.C. Kernersville, N.C.
Sue Ellen Whltt Peggy Ann Wnlkuns Mary Ann Wllllams
Woodbrldge Va Ellzabeth Cnty N C
Most Professional Best All Around
Margaret Knight Ludy lVllzeII
NOT PICTURED ARE
Linda Baldvvun Reynolds Lynn Turner Sheets Patrucua Ann Sumrell
Winston Salem N C Winston Salem N C Wlnston Salem N C
Margie Williams, Pres., Paula Ross, lst Vice-Presidentg Shirley Silvere, 2nd Vice-President: Barbara Wood, Sec.: Beth Lesley, Treas
Beth Currier, Social Chairman.
CLASS OF '72 i
Miss Carolyn Durham, Advisor lVIr. Dan Keels, Sponsor
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Betsy Arey Kathy Ayers Cathy Bard
Wanda Bradburn Paula Britt Chris Cantwell
Mary Lynn Copeland Wilma Cox Lynn Cranor
Linda Daniels Jane Davis Jeanne Ervin
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l-ernanda I-Iovvers Sandy Fulk Vickie Fulp
Sue Goins Anne Gray Libby Hampton
Gretchen Harrell Cathie Hilton Fran Holder
Ruth Lynne Hunnings Karen Hutcherson Barbara Joyce
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Fontame Klrk Susan Lawrence Beth Lesley Sandy IVIcDovve.I
Sandy Moore Cindy Morton Terry IVIustaan Jeanneane Parsons
Donna Purdy DeDe Riggs Paula Ross Evelyn Shelton
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Fred Sherrer Ellen Shoemaker Shirley Silver Donna Smith
Lea Smith Letha Smith Richard Snovv Beverly Spencer
Nancy Taylor Sharon Thompson Carol Tom Paula Tucker
Jill Turner Fran Walker Margie Williams
Katie Williamson Barbara Wood Joyce Young
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Freshman class officers enjoy a game of pool. Officers are left to right: Syd Wooten, Reporter, Dartene
Vice President, Donna McLeod, President, Rayetta Keener, Treasurerg Henrietta Mack, Secretary.
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man Class sponsor, Dr. Glenn Clark Freshman
class advisor, Mrs. Bonnie Woodruff
Nlarrled student Paulette Gardner funds tame I0 her busy
schedule to spend precious hours vmh son Chrus
Campus lrfe gets to students Terr: Salter Wanda Ledfurd
Vlckl Berrler Karen Clodfelter and Ann Stanley stake out
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Married student, Bonuta Patterson, and son, Greg,
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Sally Van Vaulkenburg Syd Wooten an
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Graham Evans Margaret Flagler
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Director of Biosciences
Mrs Catherine B, Bowman
Registrar, School of Nursing and Division of
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Direcior of Residences, School of Nursing M55 Carown Durham
Director of Admissions, School of Nursing
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Mr, Dan E. Keels, Jr. Audio-Visual Coordinator
DITSCYOY of Student Affanrs and Counseling
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Financial Secretary, School of Nursing and Dnvnsion Mrs Ffances H, Owen
Of Alhed Healih Programs Durector of Flecruitlng, School of Nurslng and
Dlvlslon of Allred Health Programs
Dr. Le Land E. Powers Miss Cheryl Schran
Director, Dlvlslon of Allued Health Programs: Darector, PhY5" Librarian
cian's Asslstant Program
Mrs. Nancy E. Tltus
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SCHOOL OF NURSING FACULTY
Miss Anna Mae Barbee Mrs. Patricia Bevis
Instructor - Fundamentals and Medical-Surgical Nursmg I l"'5U'UCt0' ' Med'C3"SU'Q'C'3' NU"S'f19
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Instructor - Fundamentals and Meducal-Surgical Nursung I Instructor - Peduatrnc Nursing
Mrs. Jane Rampuna Mrs. Loretta Edwards
Instructor - Medical-Surgical Nursing IHSTFUCIOV - Operating Room Nursing
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Instructor - IVIedlcaI-Surgical Nursrng Instructor - Obstetric Nursing
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Instructor - Outpatuent Nursing
Mrs. Eddie Lloyd
Instructor - Medical-Surgical Nursing
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Mrs. Linda Melton
Mrs. Mary Lou Moore
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Mm' Ilene Morrison Actrng Coordinator - Nledlcal-Surgucal Nursing
Instructor - Nleducal-Surgical Nursmg
Mrss Rebecca Powell
Instructor - Nleducal-SurgrcaI Nursrng Mrs' Mary Ben Stroupe
Instructor - Dlsaster and Emergency Room
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Miss Ann Thomas
Instructor - Fundamentals and Medical-Surgical Nursing I
Instructor - Fundamentals of Nursing
Mrs. Ruth Valois
Instructor - Nutrition and Diet Therapy
Mrs. Bonnie Woodruff
Instructor - Fundamentals and Medical-Surgical Nursing I
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Instructor - Medical Surgical Nursing
IVIISS Harriet M. Amrnann MISS A
instructor ID Bloscuences TEHCWHQ Assrstant - Sociology
CORE CURRICULUM FACULTY
Chaplann George W. Bowman Ill Mr, Stuart M. Caudull
Instructor - Psychology and Christian Ethics In Socuety, Asslstantlnstructorun Brosciences
School of Nursing
Dr. Glenn R. Clark, Jr.
Director of Biosciences
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Assistant Instructor in Biosciences
lVlrs, Nancy Dennis
Teaching Assistant - Clinical Pathology
Nlrs. Mary B. Lauerman
Teaching Assistant - Math and Chemistry
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Chrustlan Ethacs In Society, School of Nursing
The Reverend Jacob A. Vnverette
Teachung Asslstant - Enghsh
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Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Physician's Assistant Director, Program in Cytotechnology
Dr. Katherine H Anderson
Mr, Billy J. Brown
Chief Therapist, Program in Inhalation Therapy
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Acting Technical Director, Program in Inhalation Therapy Assistant Director, PYOQVBIT1 in Af19STh95ia f0" NUTS?-'S
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Dr, Thomas H. Irving Medvcal Dlrector, Program In Cytotechnology
Meducal Director, Program ID Anesthesia for Nurses and Proa
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Medical Durector, Program In Radiologic Technology Mrs. BONNIE G- MBSEHCUD
Director, Program In Medical Record Admnnustratlon
Dr, Douglas Maynard
Medical Director, Program in Nuclear Medicine
Miss Vicki Young
Mrs. Phyllis D. Newport
Assistant Director, Program in Nuclear Medicine
Dr. Robert W. Prichard
Medical Director, Program in Medical Technol
Mr Wilburn R. Pope
rector, Program in Inhalation Therapy
Assistant Director, Program in Medical Technology
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Mr. Clyde F. Ritchie, Jr.
09V Assistant Director, Program in Radiologic Technology
Mrs. pony C Story Mrs. Barbara G, Volk
Assrstant Durector, Program IU Medrcal Record Admnnrstra
Teachrng Assistant, Program In Radlologrc Teohnolngy
Mrss Helen P. Vos
Director, Program rn Anesthesia for Nurses
Mrs, Rolene D. Ward Mrs. Jan Howell
Assnstant Drrector, Program In Fladlolognc Technology Instructor - Resprratory Care
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SEATED: Kathy Shoun, Joanne Honeycutt, Margie Williams, Linda Meade, Mary McLambg STANDING: Dan Keels, Yetta Hardy,
Dean Beamer, Graham Evans, Mike Whitted, Scott Snyder, John Giidersleeve. ABSENT: Donna McLeod, Susan Caldwell, Don
President ...,. ......... . . . Graham Evans
Vice President . . . . . .Scott Snyder
Secretary-Treasurer . . . . . . Mary McLamb
Social Chairman . . . - IVISVQIC WIHIHYTIS
Recreation Chairman . . . John Gildersleeve
House Chairman , , . . .Joanne Honeycutt
Advisor .,,,,, ...... D an Keels
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Student Welfare Members are. BACK ROW, Jane Cox, Janice James, Sandy Moore, Irene
Morrison, Loretta Edwards, Dan Keels. FRONT ROW, Nancy Taylor, Ruth Valois -
chairman, Jackie Halloway.
STUDENT WELFARE COMMITTEE
Student Welfare committee has many functions.
This committee plans the health and recreation pro-
grams for students. It also maintains channels of
communication relatedto health and recreation. Along
with this, the Student Welfare Committee also recom-
mends revisions of school publications related to
student welfare. An example is the handbook.
Finally, the Student Welfare Committee evaluates and
recommends changes in health and recreation pro-
Mrs. Ruth Valois, Chairman
Mrs. Ilene Morrison
Mrs. Eddie Lloyd
Mrs. Loretta Edwards
Mrs. Bonnie Woodruff
Miss Jane Cox
Mr. Dan Keels
Mrs. Lucille Horn
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Helping to integrate the social activities, such as the Allied
Health and Nursing Halloween party, was one duty of the
Student Welfare Committee.
MEMBERS OF STUDENT-FACULTY COMMITTEE
Representatives Coordinate Programs
Students discuss current problems with Mrs. Titus and Miss Cox
Under the chairmanship of Carol Tom, the Stu-
dent-Faculty Committee held their meetings the
second Wednesday of each month. Composed of
various advisors, chairmen, presidents, directors and a
chaplain, the committee attempted to coordinate
relationships between various student and faculty
groups. Its main function was to serve as a forum for
faculty and students to discuss problems and make
suggestions in the areas of curriculum and extra-
Director of Sch. of Nsg. . .
Director of Residence . .
Freshman Class Advisors , ,
Junior CIassAdvisors . . .
Seniors Class Advisor
Student Council Advisor . .
Chairman of Stud.-Welfare .
President of Freshman Class
President of Jr. Class ....
President of Sr. Class . . .
President of SGA ....
V.P. of SGA ..... .
Chairman of Honor Council
Chairman of Social Comm.
Chairman of House Comm.
. . . . Carol Tom
.Mrs. Nancv Titus
.' . Charles Wilson
. . Miss Jane Cox
. . Mrs. Woodruff
. . .Miss Durham
Mr. Dan Keels
. . .Mrs. Ashburn
. . . . Mrs. Valois
. .Donna McLeod
. Margie Williams
. .Susan Caldwell
Mary Ann Phillips
. Brenda Stafford
. . Karen Benton
. . Kay Metcalf
. . .Ludy Mizell
Representatives Chris Cantwell, Lorraine Owenby, and Fran
Holder listen as the group discusses the proposed check on
the length of student uniforms.
Paula Tucker stands as she and Nancy Henson listen to Joy
Blackley read a list of calldown offenses for the past month.
House Members Revise Rules of Dress
The House Committee is a governing body that
works closely with the Director of Residences to
maintain and uphold good conduct in theyresidence at
all times. Its main functions are keeping a record of
all call-downs, being in charge of the Christmas deco-
rations inthe units, and checking uniforms as deemed
Chairman Ludy Mizell displays her ever present smile and
good humor which Nancy Taylor meditates over a problem
before the committee.
Santa Filomena lnducts Six
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Santa Filomena members Mary Ann Williams, Glenda Flobinette, Annette Jones, and Karen
Benton pose before a stained glass window of Davis Chapel
Mary Ann Williams, Susan Caldwell, Glenda Flobinette, and
Mary Ann Phillips appear surprised but happy immediately
following their induction into the organization.
Members are chosen from the rising Senior Class
and are publicly tapped by the old members. Each
candidate must have made some contribution tovvard
the betterment of the School of Nursing. She must
have demonstrated superior nursing abilities and her
scholastic record must be 1.5 quality points or above
throughout the first two years.
Santa Filomena strives to promote better nursing
and higher nursing standards.
lVlary Ann Phillips
Mary Ann Williams
Morton, Lesley to Hold District Offices
President Cindy Morton packs away
Christmas boxes for soldiers in Vietnam.
Under the enthusiastic presidency of Cindy Mor-
ton, the N.C.B.H. chapter experienced one of its most
active years. It participated in various district work-
shops, district talent shows, and district meetings.
Several girls represented the school at the state con-
vention and three representatives were sponsored to
the national convention in Texas. During Student
Nurse Week, Cindy Morton visited Governor Bob
Scott, along with other school presidents. At the
conclusion of her term, Cindy was chosen district
president, along with Beth Lesley as secretary and
Miss Ann Thomas as district adviser. All three repre-
sented Baptist in the elections.
Girls from every hospital in the district of Forsyth County
assemble in Baptist's Allied Health Auditorium for one of
their monthly meetings.
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A surprise by the camera causes a startled Katie B. Reynolds
delegate to spill her punch.
Miss Ann Thomas, the newly elected district adviser, rests
against the television as she converses with fellow members
waiting in line for refreshments.
SNANC members thoughtfully survey the refreshment table
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A beautuful and sunny day at Fludgecrest provudes the back
ground for frrsbee throwung and body bronzrng by statewrde
CSF ers Contribute
Dr Tum Pennell an organizer of the well baby clrnac greets
some CSF members who are helpmg to staff the clrnuc for
that Tuesday evenrng
Soon after thenr arrival the three CSF members admlre the
beauty of the assembly grounds and antlcrpate a weekend
retreat of fun
to Well Baby Cllnlc
Partrcnpants ,OID together for some athletrcs on the lawn of
the beautuful Rldgecrest Assembly
CHRISTIAN STUDENT FELLOWSHIP
Chrlstlan Student Fellowship IS a non denomlna
tlonal rellglous organszatlon for students of the
School of Nurslng and the Dlvrslon of Allred Health
Its arm IS to plan actuvltles for all students such
actlvltnes as planned by the students themselves It IS
associated wlth the Baptist Student Unuon
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After a tiring work day, council members take a moment to relax and exchange ideas prior to
the beginning of a Tuesday meeting,
Closed Study Changes Initiated by Council
The governing body of the Student Council is
composed of the following: President, First Vice-Pres
ident, Secretary, Treasurer, and Chairman of all com-
mittees along with presidents of each class and two
representatives of each class. Specific powers and
duties of the council shall be the making and carrying
out of all rules and regulations necessary to fulfill its
dutiesg enforcement of the provisions of the Consti-
tution and By-Lawsg establishment and supervision of
committees deemed necessaryg the making of recom-
mendations to the Faculty Committeeg the promo-
tion of worthy activities and approval of orders for
disbursement of all funds of the Associationg acting as
a judge in all cases concerning social and house regu-
CSF President Richard Snow and second Vice-President
Danny Cockman watch intently as the council discusses the
possible penalty for an honor code violator.
Honor Council Rules on Numerous Cases
Honor Council President Karen Benton reviews the matters
of business before the council members.
Glenda Flobinette presents a viewpoint as fellow representa-
tives Patricia Pope and Diane Godwin listen on.
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Senior members Margaret Knight and Brenda Stafford listen
intently and with amusement as the president presents a case
to the council to discuss.
The main function of the Honor Council is to
promote the Honor system within the campus struc-
ture therefore protecting the integrity of the student
community and the rights and reputation of the indi-
vidual student. The effectiveness of the Honor Code,
however, depends upon each individual student.
Seniors: Margaret Knight - treasurer
Patricia Pope - secretary
Juniors: Letha Smith
Jill Turner - Vice chairman
Freshmen: Sandy Kirk
Advisor: Mrs, Morrison
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PICTURED LEFT TO RIGHT are some of the students who worked on the annual, Kathy Allen, David Lawson,NIargie Joyce, '
Sydney Wooten, Sandy Pendley, Debbne Gallagher, Ann Joyce, Mary Ann Clontz, Ann Rocker. STANDING: Dan Keels, Advisor "
Under the editorship of Rita Hooper, the 1971
White Matter attempted to upgrade its quality by the
addition of color and a larger number of pages. Stu-
dents from the various nursing classses as well as the
Allied Health division contributed much of their free
time towards making the annual worthwhile. This was
the first year that the Allied Health and Nursing
School had united in their effort. During Rita's spring
affiliation at Dix Hill in Raleigh, co-editor Jane Davis
did much towards coordinating the final preparation
and preparing the book for mailing to the publishers.
Dan Keels and Linda Melton senfed as annual ad-
LBYOUt-9diIOf, Marv Lynn Copeland and Co-Editor Jane Davis consult a reference book on proper layout form. Ruta Hooper
acted as editor of the 1971 White Matter.
Phillips Heads Active Student Government
Student Government Association consists of three
bodies: the Student Council, the Honor Council, and
the student body. The Student Government aims at
the creation of a wholesome spirit and the promotion
of the general welfare of the students, School of
Nursing, and the hospital community. Freedoms with
which students are entrusted are guaranteed by a
sense of responsibility in upholding them.
First Vice-President Brenda Stafford officiates over a Student
Government meeting held to discuss and nominate candidates
for the 1971 '72 Academic year,
President ............... Mary Ann Phillips
. . . Brenda Stafford
. . .Danny Cockman
lst Vice President . . .
2nd Vice President . .
Secretary ....... . . . Glenda Robinette
Treasurer ........ . . . . Susan Lawrence
SNANC Chairman ...... . . Cindy Morton
. . Richard Snow
. . . Kay Metcalf
. . Karen Benton
. . .Ludy Mizell
. . Rita Hooper
Co-Editor of White Matter . . . . Jane Davis
Placebo Editor ........ . . . Carole Parris
Senior Class Representatives ......... Sue Whitt
Mary Ellen Jacobs
Junior Class Representatives . . Mary Lynn Copeland
Freshman Class Representatives ..... Beverly Cato
Christian Student Fellowship .
Social Chairman .......
Honor Council . . ,
House Committee .....
Editor of White Matter . . .
Senior Class President . . .... Susan Caldwell
Junior Class President . . . . . Margie Williams
Freshman Class President . . .Donna McLeod
Student Faculty ...... .... C arol Tom
Associated Students . . . . . Margie Williams
Advisors ....... . . .Mrs. Taylor
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Prior to SGA elections the various candidates prepared skits
and presented them at an election rally. Here Rachaei King
and Susan Lawrence amuse the audience with their antics.
SGA Sponsors Astrology Program For Students
Mrs, Nancy Titus, director of the school of nursing, lifts her daughter
up for a better view of the electional picnic activities.
In the absence of Presldent Mary Ann Phrllrps furst Vuce
President Brenda Stafford presents the councll vvuth orders of
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SNANC Presldent Csndy Morton dnscusses the pros and cons
of rntervrsutatuon as Treasurer Susan Lawrence looks on
Junior class Presvdent Nlargle Wrllnams enllghtens her fellow
councrl members on plans for her classs upcornrng Sprung
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As the pages of this 1971 White Matter finally come to a
close, the story of our school ends for another year. We
hope to have told our story through our theme "A Time
For Everything" and to have given you the realization that
the dreams you hope for yesterday are quickly and silently
slipping by today.
l would like to thank several people who have made this
yearbook possible, whose valuable and dedicated work con'
tributed much to its formation - Jane Davis, Mary Lynn
Copeland, Ann Rooker, Kathy Allen, Syd Wooten, Mary
Anne Clontz, Ruth Lynn Hunnings, Sandy Pendley, to
mention only a few. Dan Keels also spent much of his time
in the coordination of the book with the students in Allied
Health. l express much gratitude to Dave Marshburn, our
representative from Delmar, whom I feel sure thought
many times we were hopeless.
ln closing, l would like to leave with you this though,
Whether you are graduating or whether you soon will be. I
feel it expresses our duty not only as a nurse but also as a
Hold high the torch, you did not light its glow.
'Twas given you by other hands, you know.
'Tis yours to keep it burning bright.
Yours to pass on when you no more need light
For there are other feet that we must guide
And other forms go marching by our side.
Their eyes are watching every tear and smile
And efforts which we think are not worthwhile
Maybe, perhaps are the very thing they need.
Actions to which their souls will take most heed,
So that in turn they'll hold it high and say,
"l saw another carry it this way."
Hold high the torch: you did not light its glow.
'Twas given you by other hands, you know.
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