Trinity Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing - Trinitarian Yearbook (Kansas City, MO)
- Class of 1967
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Text from Pages 1 - 84 of the 1967 volume:
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TRI ITY CALE DAR FUR 1966-67
September October November
Freshmen Halloween Party Open House
December January February
School Starts For Incoming Get Acquainted Dance Thanksgiving Holiday
Christmas Banquet New Year Holiday Bending
Christmas Vacation First Semester Ends Sweetheart Dance
March April May
Meuflf VeI'H0I1 Aff1112t10I1 Open House Junior Senior Banquet
Spring Break SNA Installation
June July August
Senior Seminar Fourth of July Holidays Graduation
Summer V2.C2.tiO1'l Summer Session COI1S6CI'atlOl'l
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Layout Staff . .
Copy Editor .
ANNUAL S T AF
, Mrs, Karen Conley
, Sharon Prater
, , Pat Monk
, Lynn Basham
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, Lynn Basham
, Sylvia McKinley
, Mary Selders
. Sylvia McKinley
. Janice Johnson
What? Half the yearbook done by April? We'll never
make it! Attention: Emergency Meeting- 3 o'clock after
school. Start collecting these candid shots, finish the
class layouts and copy - learn to spell! We're how much
in the hole? . . . but it hasn't even been sent to the
Deadlines to meet, funds to raise, a cover to choose,
and layouts to be drawn were some of the duties of this
team, Smudged fingers, broken nails, Worry, headaches,
long hours, hard work and a sigh of relief were the results.
Along with themg the best edition yet. We proudly present
"The 1967 Trinitarian".
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T BL OFCONTNS
' MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY
Axis of Time I
Administration Sz Faculty 8
Board of Directors 12
Alumni Sz Auxillary 13
Hospital Departments 14
Time Begins - Enrollment
Freshman Class 22
Activities r.a:n-ccisfziarifsirxiv Lenmar
Christmas , N V 30
Open House hlerth Eizancli 34
Recreation I-aaghway ' in 36
, Chapel ,gl Chorus F2111 37
. Half-way - Banding
Junior Class 40
Sweetheart Ball 46
Carnival Sz Talent Show 48
SNA Organizations 50
. Almost There - Graduation
Senior Class 56
Class Will 61
Junior-Senior Banquet 63
Miss Trinity 65
Behind the Scenes 2'7,44,68
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'ADMINI THAT 0
R. W. Westergren
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A tremendous challenge in terms of growth and personal satisfaction brought Mr.
Westergren to Trinity in 1962. The goals of his administration are to make Trinity the
'most outstanding hospital in the community providing the complete spectrum of medical
T services, and to continue the development of our educational program. "l want to see our
school continue its high standards and continue to pro-
duce the high quality of nurses that it is well known r
Mary Lou Taylor
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Nursing Education V
Patricia Lord, R,N,
Director of Nursing Service
Mrs. Beverly Willis
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Miss Bette Croes, R.N., B.A,
Instructor, Med-Surg Nursing
Instructing a student nurse in the things she needs to know is not always done with the
wonder of books. It requires a special kind of teacher, like the ones at Trinity.
Mrs. Mary Ann Smith
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"It's a twenty-four hour job to teach her to learn to lose and to enjoy winnin ...to teach
her to have faith in her own ideas...to teach her how to laugh when she is sad...to teach her
there is no shame in tears ....
Mrs. Dana Kenoyer
Med Surg Nursmg
Mrs. Norma Geivett, R.N,, B.S.N.
Instructor Med-Surg Nursing
Rev. A. B. Carlson
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""'-W-LM Miss Florene Chancey, B.S., ADA
"To teach her there can be glory in failure and despair in success. To teach her always
to have sublime faith in herself. Because then she will always have sublime faith in
mankindy Dan Valentine
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Mrs. Sylvia Blanding
Mr. George Gee in addition to serving
as president of the Interstate Securities
Company, serves as president of Trinity's
Board of Trustees. He acts as liason
between the board and the hospital ad-
ministrator in the overall planning and
progressive development of Trinity Lutheran
MEDICAL A D
DE TAL STAFF
Dr. James Russell, president electg Dr,
Fred Hartwig, presidentg and Dr, William
Geiger, secretary-treasurer socialize at
the annual Christmas banquet hosted by
the hospital. Throughout the year the
executive committee is busy coordinating
the activities and general policies of the
various departments, acting for the staff
as a whole and reviewing all committee
reports, serving as liason between the staff
and hospital administrator, and serving as
Board of Directors of the Educational and
Research Fund of the Medical Staff.
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Chief Medical Technologist
Mr. Ron Butler
Chief Inhalation Therapist
Miss Catherine Hansen Mrs. Thelma DeMarea
Chief X-ray Technologist Emergency Room
Mrs. Lillian McField
Head Nurse, Recovery Room
Miss Elizabeth Carlos
Mrs. Peggy Williams
Miss LaVerne McNabb
Chief Physical Therapist
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Left to Right: Mrs. June
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Maxine Clave, Mrs Maurine Large and Mrs M rtl
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Evelyn Holler and Zua Karle, Night Supervisors.
Eaton, Mrs Geraldine McBride Mrs Doris H'1l
Seated: Mrs. Helen Manion, 5 North, Left to Right: Miss Beverly Schrader, 3 Southg
Mrs. Marguerite Helmich, 4 Southg Mrs. Phyllis Borgstadt, Obstetrics 5 Miss Phyllis
Banks, Intensive Care Unitg Mrs Minnie B t
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Mrs. Lena Leaf Mrs. Connie Cravens
Making a home for a dorm full of girls is the demanding job of being a friend, a mother,
a hostess, a housekeeper, a receptionist, a mail clerk, and a security guard. While we
scurry back and forth with our demands for the kitchen keys, light bulbs, or more heat, our
housemothers remain patient and understanding. They are the sympathetic listeners with a
word of encouragement, a flattering compliment and a page system that reminds us: "There
will be a meeting on fourth floor at 8 o'clock...Attention, there will be a man on third floor
....Girls on second floor, you are making entirely too much noise!"
Mrs. Juanita Crump Miss Monica Johnson
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Do you really think Mrs. Cooper can make THEM charmers?
Mother's Helpers or Junior's Slaves
They still look the same - helpless,
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Do you think these are white enough
for Mrs. T.'?
Of all the Weeks in her student Career,
Probie Week must seem the longest of any.
Washing dishes and clothes, shining shoes,
cleaning rooms, Wearing a probie uniform,
Walking up the steps and staying off the rug
In addition there was being afraid to move
the Wrong Way at the Wrong moment be-
cause Boo-Boos were awarded freely and
kangaroo Court was feared to be very rough
Poor Lowly Probies.!
What'za matter kid, ya want a 'medal or what?!
Mrs. Dana Kenoyer
Freshmen officers: Nancy Goudy, Secretaryg Lynn Basham, Vice-Presidentg
Cheryl Dierking, Treasurerg Vicki Larson, President
FRE HME FI D TRI ITY
E EW EXPERIENCE
Diana Adams Lynn Basham Joyce Bennett
22 Kansas City, Missouri Kansas City, Kansas Aurora, Missouri
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Joyce Cook Betty Deal Cheryl Dierking
Moberly, Missouri Kansas City, Missouri Emma, MiSSouri
Lana Gilbert Nancy GOUCIY Lola Haack
Marshall, Missouri RHWOWH, MiSS0l11'i Smithville, Missouri
Valerie Hallam Sharon Havis Peggy Herrold
Eldorado Springs, Missouri Shawnee Mission, Kansas Widlifa, KHDSQS
Cheryl Kreisler Sandra Lacy Vicki Larson -
Cole Camp, Missouri Kansas City, Missouri Columbia, Missouri
Aleen Lefholz Linda Lowry Deena McCallum
Lexington, Missouri P211'kVi119, Missouri Rogers, Arkansas
BOHIUG M-HHH Pat Monk Linda Mowell
Shawnee, KHHSHS Westboro, Missouri Kansas City, Missouri
Diana Mutrux Gail Nance Linda Pahlow
Coliunbia, Missouri Excelsior Springs, Missouri Seda1ia5 Missouri
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Raytown, Missouri Wichita, Kansas
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Susan Trott Peggy Walsh
Kansas City, Missouri
BEHI D THE CENES
Marie Weyer The act1ve toe strikes again!
Crudeness, rudeness and vulgarity!
Ellen Wuertz Are you sure I look this way?
Shawnee Mission, Kansas
What's for dessert?
Aleen, what a big
mouth you have!
Grace Ann and her crutches
Which one is she talking to this time?
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Student turns patient.
Modesty is her Hail! Hail! The gang is all here.
Stop! Stop! I'm ticklish.
Mrs. Kenoyer at
Talking to member of the opposite sex Bashful member of the nudist
reminds us there are other activities colony.
All I want for Christmas is
my own personal dentures.
Queen candidate for the 1966 Fall Dance at K, C,
Junior College. Tensions are released by teepeeing fellow student's
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I came, I saw, I conquered
No Linda, the showerroom is in the
Joetta and Sharon show off thei r
handiwork for Halloween
Bonnie, Lynn, and Joyce do their semi annual
Freshmen study hard for anatomy test. Modest Deena
tries to hide
Class sponsor models her new
sweater for freshman class
Cheryl does some serious think
ing up on fourth floor lounge
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Susan and Val eat lunch in Penn Valley Park
'Twas the night before finals, and all
through the dormg not a student was read-
ing, not ere a bookworm.
For it seems Ma Shamie had gathered
all her girls from Mary Lou to Carmen
for a big holiday surprise.
Wiggling and giggling, they hardly
sat still for these innocent children were
about to reveal each faculty members'
The holiday spirit jingled out loud,
as laughing hearts joined to "make her
point clear" - that a Trinity Christmas
is ringing all year.
CHRI TMA BA QUET
It's the excitement of giving, it's the
pride and oonoern, it's the warm smiles
of friendship and it's hearts of Content-
ment that fill the crisp air.
It's "Frosty the Snowman" or
"Winter Wonderland" merrily sung on a
It's the harmony of redisoovering
Christ's love for all.
It's the delight of our traditional
festivities glistening from 'ear to ear.
It's all this and more that makes
Christmas today full of love and laugh-
ter and gay greetings.
PIRI T UF
Winters special offering is in the depth of whiteness. The snowman that
takes hours to assemble and never melts. The treasure of being a child
again and dreaming of Santas' visit. The delight of hanging ornaments and
seeing in them the joys of other Christmases. The time spent to decorate
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each door with Christmas beauty. Silent Night
so softly carried from heart to heart that one
may even hear the angels sing "Sleep in
CHRI T A
This is the sec-
ond year prizes
were given for door
biggest prize ....
was the spirit the decorations gave to the school.
Candle glow, Christmas Bells, holly and mistle
toe, carols, and fragrance of evergreens, tis-
sue paper and bows, The nativity scene, bright
red poinsettias, Christmas plans and visions of
Mom's turkey dinner, Christmas cards and
quiet stars twinkling above the city's bustle has
reflected the gift of love, Where there is peace
and joy to spare.
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Open House activities demonstrate a surge of uplifting power as Joan, Mary, and Diane transport Cheryl between
ACTIVITIE PORTRAY TRI ITY
Meeting the public is a prominent theme
throughout Trinity. Open House, held every
fall and spring, greeted nearly 200 visitors.
Committees were busy sending invitations,
LACE setting up displays, organizing demonstrations,
reception, and refreshments.
But just as busy were the committees for
money making projects. Student Association
sold "sweet temptations" in addition to the
class bake sales. Hungry juniors were among
the other taste testers at the seniors' chili
supper, While the sex symbols of the junior
class rummaged off all but their feminine
style, the name Trinity was made known
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come visitors to
sign the guest
Sharon and Karen
visitor to Trinity,
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5th Row: Kathy Peters, Betty Deal, Aleen Leiholz, Cheryl West, Sharon Havis, Irma Kohler, Gail Nance, Mary Bennett,
Marie Weyer. 6th Row: Mary Selders, Doris Portwood, Joyce Cook, Susan Trott, Peggy Herrold, Vicky Mingos, Lola
Haack, Joan Gensler, Donna Bender, Linda Pahlow.
Trinity's choral group, directed byBen Shanklin, is composed of freshmen and juniors. Once a week the activity room was
the gathering site of this group after coming from the school and hospital, changing into their comfortable "grubbies" and
grabbing a coke. With the direction of a red-headed nod, the Wave of hands and sometimes the stomp of "Hush-Puppies"
the harmony of combined voices produced tones like, "Kindness", "I'll Walk With God", "Scarlet Ribbons" and "Give Your
Tired, Your Poor".
From "grubbies" to fresh pink and white the chorus transformed from practicing to performing. This year they sang
at such places as Grand Avenue Temple, and Ward Parkway Shopping Center. Tapes of the group were also used to bring
music to the hospital at Easter.
BA DING MARKS
HALF WA Y POIN
From passing trays to assistant team leadership
requires: nutrition, pharmacology, social hygiene,
personal development, religion, and medical-
surgical classes, meetings, chorus and chapel,
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retary enjoy the J unior-Senior Banquet they
worked on so hard. Not shown are Doris
Portwood, vice-president, and Donna Bender,
treasurer. Class activities this year were
making and selling student nurse dolls, sell-
ing sweatshirts, a rummage sale, bake sales
and a car wash. In addition to releasing ten-
sion at Mt. Vernon, they held surprise show-
ers for lucky girls in love. Juniors were the
first to have candle light ceremonies in honor
of a pinning and engagement.
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THE FRUSTRATIO OF MED-SURG S
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Jamaica, New York Lawrence, Kansas RaYf0WH, Missouri
Kathy Peters Doris Portwood
Concordia, Missouri Kansas City, MiSSOl1I'i
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Hello, Mr. Westergren!
I have 24 hours to do
Did you ever feel
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CAR I AL
SNA's money making activity
was a double feature this year
with the addition of the carnival.
Booths were set up to sell cotton
candy, and popcorn, to throw
syringes at balloons, to sell
"white elephants", to run a flash
on the junior Hot Line Press,
to draw personal caricatures, and
to have "Marryin' Sam" hitch up r
even the most unwilling. Mr, Z
and Mrs. Taylor were reluctantly
wed while the student body urged
the couple to "spend more money",
SNA INS T ALLA T I 0
Cheryl Dierking Csecond from rightj, newly installed SNA
President, has that glow of confidence and aspiration for
a good coming year. Mrs. Willis, Sponsorg Vicky Mingos,
out-going Presidentg and Mrs. Smith, Sponsor, share the
pride in passing the gavel.
Without the constant support from our sponsors, Mrs.
Smith and Miss Croes, SNA would certainly be lacking.
Vicky Mingos acknowledges the hard work of these two
flacculty members and expresses the Association's grat-
1 u e.
The last traditional Student Association
Meeting of the year is installation of new
officers. This meeting is a pleasure for
everyone concerned--the new officers, old
officers, and the students themselves. Every
one puts on their "Sunday-Best" and enjoys
the installation. Installation terminates a
year of hard-work, great activity, and many
rewards for the out-going officersg but it
begins a great challenge and competitive
spirit for the in-coming officers, The year's
SNA activities terminated at this meeting.
Reflections of the past year's activities make
every student proud of her out-going SNA
Executive Board and anxious for the in-
coming Executive Board to begin work.
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EDIAT 0 BOARD
Trinity is constructed on the philosophy of self-responsi-
bility and government. Mediation Board illustrates this phil-
osophy. Mediation Board is the student's own governing body
a.nd judgment board. It is officiated by the student's own
peers. Mediation Board composes the House Rules and pre-
sided over any infraction of these rules by a student.
Mediation Board was instrumental in initiating the Honor
System of giving demerits--again putting responsibility on
the students themselves.
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You know she ig. a minute late!!!
A regular group meeting of Mediation Board. Each class
is entitled to a regular andalternate delegate to Mediation
Board. These delegates have the responsibility of convey-
ing the class's problems to the Board.
STUDE TCOU CIL
Student Council's members are the Executive Board of Stu-
dent Association and a delegate from each class. These are
just a few members of Student Council.
Student Council is the official Executive Board of
Student Association. The Student Council makes
recommendations to SNA and often is prominent
in initiating money-making projects and various
activities for SNA,
Student Council in action.
TRI IT Y PAR ICIPATES
State Convention this year took Trinity students to the
"Gateway to the West"--St. Louis, Missouri. The grandeur
of the Arch and the skyline of St. Louis set a perfect at-
mosphere for a most enjoyable convention.
MOSSNA District 42, made up of all the
area schools of nursing in Kansas City,
Warrensburg, and Independence, provided many
pleasures for the Trinity students. Tuesday
evening, once a month, Trinity students would
board a bus, or catch a cab and go to
neighboring hospitals for interesting and
educating meetings. District's President, Jan
Johnson, Corresponding Secretary, Gail
Sampson, and Nominating Chairman, Joan
Gensler, were all Trinity students.
State Conventions, State Workshops held
at Mai Tai, and monthly meetings, and a
mixer were among the District it2 activities
in which Trinity students participated
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State Student Nurse candidates competed in St. Louis
for Missouri State Student Nurse. Each speech given
by each candidate was of great interest to the delegates
Trinity at the District 42 Play Boy Club in St. Louis--and We
didn't have to show our ID's either!!
Trinity students are hostess one Tuesday evening for a monthly District 42 meeting
Attention was focused on the business meeting and yearning for refreshments after
Hootenanies, pantomimes, skits, and dances are
among the few activities that Trinity students
found at State Conventions and workshops this
District 42 takes three of Trinity students to the Sheraton-
Jefferson Hotel in St. Louis, Missouri.
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We, the class of '67, being of poor nourishment, chronic fatigue, dark baggy eyes,
and Mercy diarrhea, and being obsessive-compulsive neurotic, due to our poor adjustment
to extra-uterine lifeg project in our noted extroverted social manner the following testimony:
I, Janice Johnson, will my ability to insult Dr. Fischer without really trying to Mrs.
Norris, my monitarily inspired love of the children at Mercy to Gail Sampson who will need
it desperately, and my natural ability to lose friends and insult people to Sharon Prater who
has enough natural tact to counteract its tragic results.
I, Jo Ann Werneke, will to my little sis, Kathy Peters, the ability to be called naive by Mrs.
Willis, light up like a blond beet, and yet have her add that it's very becoming.
I, Janice Maddock, will my ability to procrastinate to Joan Gensler. I also will my ability
to transport 10 volleyball girls in one car, make a turn, miss the road, drive onto an island,
stop 6 inches in front of a telephone post but still not let it affect our game consistency.
We, Margie Westgate, Mary Herndon and Tanya Martin, will our big mouths, offensive
and obnoxious personalities, and ability to laugh at inappropriate times to Vicki Mingos, Gail
Sampson and Sharon Chester.
I, Karen Swenson, will all my medication errors to anybody who wants them, and my ability
to attract men to Shamie.
I, Ann Bopp, do hereby will to the most agile junior scrub nurse, my ability to pass instru-
ments the "right Way" to "left-handed surgeons" and upside down to the others, and to Sharon
Prater, the ability to fall, gracefully, from a horse at Mount Vernon and keep it a secret.
I, Marjorie Morehead, will my gifted ability of being tongue tied and my ability to make
utter nonsense of intelligent thoughts, confusing everyone to Karen Vohsg and my ability to
confuse the kidney and the liver to Mrs. Willis.
I, Sylvia McKinley, will my passive aggression to Irma Kohler, my asocial personality to
Sharon Prater, my ability to wake up half the freshman class looking for 1X4 cup of onion to
Lana Gilbert, my grades to any idiot who wants to go to college, my ability to crash diet and
gain 30 pounds to Jean Hockett, my fear of men and other necessary creatures to Gail Simpson
my foot-shaped wordy mouth to Judy Moorman, my ability to have almost every symptom and,
therefore, self-diagnose everything from senility to virgin pregnancy to Mary Bennett, and
my cure-alltreatment--"Graduation" to the classes of '68 and '69.
I, Ingrid Peterson, will my folk singing ability to Donna Bender, my cheerful smile to Irma
Kohler. I would also like to will my special quality of promptness to no one because nobody
could be as prompt as me.
I, Sharon Franz, will to Doris Portwood, my ability to refrain from spasticityin a room-
ful of screaming kids and still maintain my nursing dignity.
I, Linda Edwardson, will my ability to give a bed bath and be interrupted by eight doctors
to Linda Day.
We, Ann Edwards and Karen Gregg, will the soap bubbles in the fountain at Mt. Vernon to
Mrs. Taylor to use in any way she chooses--Q she can get them past the security guard, our
mattress pads to anyone who wishes to sleep on the roof, our ability to get our pictures taken
in our ants and bra and on the john to Joan Gensler, and our three guitars, two radios, twenty-
six records and one small T.V. set to anyone who wants to go on probation.
I, Sandra Holtzen, will my ability to stay up all night studying for a test and still get
five hours of sleep by sleeping 'til half the test is over to Shamie and my 2-week con-
stipation to Mrs. Geivett. ,
I, Diane Krause, will my ability to go to sleep in class and get it on my red and blue
record to Linda Bricker. I also will my ability to have boyfriends all over the world and
still have trouble keeping them separate to Mary Ann Cox.
I, Debbie Ethetton, will my extraordinary talents with a paint brush which will come in
handy on murals, cars, ceilings and various other odds and ends a student nurse performs
to Donna Bender.
I, Sylvia Carson, will the ability to be an old maid and raise cats and clover to Linda
I, Sonja Potter, will my ability to be pregnant during OB to Kathy Peters.
I, Janet Stella, will to every new freshman entering Trinity for years to come my motto
throughout training--"Bite off more than you can chew - then chew itg plan more than you
can do - then do it!"
I, Judy Stark, will my ability to cut, massacre, or rearrange hair to Sharon Prater.
She's got about as many "guts" asIdo. I also will by bust building exercises to Paula Gatz.
I don't need them anymore - I was already "builded" when I inherited them last year!
We, the seniors leave to Chaplain Carlsong with his renewal of "Playboy" a key to the
Bunny Club, '
To Mr. Shanklin, we leave the song, "I Hear Music and There's No One There", or
retitled, "My Delusion, Student Nurses Can Sing", by Frank Denial.
To Mrs. Leaf, Mrs. Cravens, Miss Johnson, and Mrs. Crump, we leave the sincere
desire that someone will take the hint to replace the lace table cloth -- 'cause we can't
To Mrs. Blanding, we will our hope that she will never hear our oft spoken excuse,
"But I didn't know it was on reserve!" and six months delay on all unpaid fines,
4 To our class sponsor, Mrs. Geivett, we will a gold pill box equipped with dramamine
and monogramed barf bags for the next trip to Great Lakes Naval Hospital.
To Mrs. Smith, we leave our post-PRC hostility and aggressiveness, and our ability to
psychoanalyze post-partum blues in the mothers and autism in all the babies,
To Mrs. Norris, we leave a box of laundry soap for the after effects of our first enemasg
To Mrs. Willis, we will a set of medical textbooks for the Med-Surg Classroom so she
won't have to go so far to "look it up",
To Miss Croes, we leave our envy of her trip to Europe - may the bird of paradise
contaminate your Mayo.
To Mrs. Conley we leave the inability of yearbook headaches to upset her calm efficient
manner, but you have to admit ---- we were really trying!?!?
To Mrs. Kenoyer, we leave a wall to wall calendar to keep tract of student health dates
and a string around her finger to reinforce her memory,
To Miss Chancey, we leave the suggestion for a Vendo Machine to write patient diets.
To Dr. Gunn, we will a New Wonder Antibiotic to cure "Trinity-itis"---as soon as we find it
To the class of '69 we leave our ability to have 3 sponsors in 3 yearsg
To our Mother Mary Lou, we leave our feelings of maternal deprivation and our stunted
growth and development due to 3 years of all work and no play, and our knowledge of Ruth
Freeman and Florence what's-her-face, Q
To Mrs. Mowry, we give all the thanks of District 42, the thanks for all the notes from
Mrs. Taylor, all the bills, grades and other bits of propaganda sent home to our parents,
and pre-thanks for letters you will be sending to inform our parents that graduation has
been cancelled due to our eloquent ability to compose this class will.
UZVIOR - SE 1012 BA Q ET
May was barely here the night a large group gathered in
the lobby. Amidst all the studies had emerged faculty, juniors
and seniorsg dressed as cool as spring and as black as midnight.
Curiosity hummed among faculty and seniors. Only the
juniors knew the destination. The traditional secrecy was at
last broken. Many were puzzled as they split up and rode to
the "Buttonwood Tree". lt was a new place for most and held
unexpected adventures for all.
We dined in warm luxuryg chatted and laughed in the
atmosphere of an English pub.
Linda Day revealed the Senior Class prophecy and Sylvia
McKinley made confessions from the Class Will. Mrs. Geivett
furthur disclosed the senior's personality by her resume of
such experiences as cancelled pancake days, on one or two
days notice, due to lack of food. Y
A gentle evening breeze carried each guest home again
with a heart full of memories.
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WHAT S RINITY ST DE T.
The stormy years that swiftly pass between an idealistic girl and a perceptive woman
are the cherished hours of being a Trinity Student.
Trinity students are found everywhere, underneath, on top of , running around, jumping
over, or slithering past patient's beds. Doctors overlook them, mothers worry about them
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fice her time to ease the pain of a patient, simply for the satisfaction of a job well done.
She is hard working, a determined young girl doing her best for her school and hospital.
Whenever she becomes discouraged or the lamp gets too heavy, she should remember that
there is reward waiting for her because surely some of God's angels wear white caps in-
stead of halos and carry medicine trays instead of harps.
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Chosen for her oral interpretation
ACCEPT CE OF THE CHALLENGE
"I solemnly pledge myself before God and in the presence of this assembly. . ."
Not just before man, before those who have watched me grow and mature, those who have
faith in me, those who see me with a halo, and even those who consider me less than a ladyg
but also before my loving Father who dwells in my soul awaiting the opportunity to be free and
visible to others through me.
"To pass my life in purity. . ."
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affairs coming to my knowledge in the practice of my profession .... "
Where do I practice my profession? Can I lay aside my special knowledge like an article
of clothing? Do I work only in a building or in a given territory? Do I dedicate only a certain
part of my life for only a given number of hours? Am I a nurse punching a time clock or am'
I an individual shaped by a profession?
"With loyalty will I endeavor to aid the physician in his work and devote myself to the
welfare of those committed to my care."
I work with a team--it is the only way my knowledge can be used wisely. I have so much
to learn--how can I dare afford to waste what I know.
The ideals grow higher, the responsibilities, more demanding. I must be strong. I must
know where to find strength when I weaken, Father, I don't know what an ideal nurse is. 1
Perhaps she is never to be found. However, the nurse does exist who gives excellent
mental, physical, and emotional care in the prevention and treatment of illness. Help me
to start just where I am and not from some ideal I can't find, Help me first to accept my
strengths and weaknesses, yet, never give up my own ideals--for I must always be ready
to accept the challenge.
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Fricasseed freshman! Caught! Turn thy other cheek!
Seniors have problems, too! I didn't know I was nominated.
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War and peace Innocence in rollers!
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