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Page 23 text:
SISTER LORETTA MARIE P
The administration of the Queen of
A1Igels Hospital is under the able su-
pervision of Sr. NT. Febronia. She is
the Superintendent of our hospital hav-
ing been here about a year and a half.
She has as her assistants Sr. Imelda,
first Assistant, who celebrated her
Golden Jubilee last year, and has been
with the hospital for ten years. Sr.
Hedwig, second Assistant, has been at
the hospital since the day that it opened
in October, almost sixteen years ago.
No organization Can get along Well
without a Secretary-T'reasurer. This
position has beeII capably filled, by Sr.
Amabalis for the last year and a half.
lt is her duty to properly distribute
the money turned over to her by the
Business Oflice. ln the Business Ofhce
is Sr. Loretta llflarieg she has for the
past nine years had Charge of all in-
coming money. The Admitting Office
under the supervision of Sr. NI. Emma
sees that all patients are admitted, that
all mail, visitors and tlowers reach tlIe
correct patients. The Admitting Cf-
fiee serves also as the Bureau of lnfor-
mation. At night the entire hospital
is under the supervision of Sr. Gerald-
ine, who also came here when the doors
were opened almost sixteen years ago.
l'lOSl'l'l'AL ADM I'l"l'l NG DEsK.
Page 22 text:
ueen ofjngeg Cofige
To the Students
You have voluntarily chosen to make a vital contribution to the almost super-
human effort being made by women all over the World to care for the sick and
helpless in this tragic time.
I honor you for the unselfish spirit which prompted your choice and for the
idealism which makes possible the service you render.
May you never lack the satisfaction which comes, only, from work well done
and may you always be comforted by the words of Proverbs 31:29 which may so
aptly be applied to you.
"lVIany daughters have gathered together richesg thou hast surpassed them all."
Page 24 text:
The one hundred and twenty-five
girls that live in the nurses, home and
the recently added annex are under the
protecting wing of three patient house
mothers. These three have been here
for some time. Miss Schnackerz has
seen, in the last sixteen years, many
girls pass through the portals of the
home and has many and varied mem-
ories. lWiss Boughey is playing what
one might call a return engagement.
She was here several years ago and for
the past two years has found time to
resume her duties. Miss Nloritz in
her year here has also made many
friends among the students. Of course
one mustn't forget the man who keeps
our home shining, Mix Swanson-and
his ever-present pipe.
To the student in her off time the
nurses, home must be able to substitute
for her own home. Downstairs there
are three reception rooms for her
friends, furnished as a home would be.
Upstairs is a recreation room in which
there are chairs and lounges, a ping-
pong table and a radio-victrola com-
bination. Adjoining the recreation
room are the library and kitchen. On
the fifth floor are two classrooms. Out-
side is a tennis court for the students'
enjoyment. This, in brief, is a com-
posite view of our nurses' home.
Reception room in the Nurses' Home
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