University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL)

 - Class of 1957

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May you, as you read this book, catch the spirit of en- deavor, gentleness, and devotion that each student gives to her chosen profession. The Staff of the 1957 White Cap - r Lau, , , ., , . ,Y , .-. 1 w . A X I H Dm, Qafwlaa Qaeda!! The Senior Class and The Staff take pleasure in dedicating this nineteen hundred and fifty-seven edition of THE WHITE CAP to Dr. Gordon Goodall. We are sincerely grateful for his unending patience in dealing with our many and varied problems. He is very understanding and willing to interrupt his busy schedule to cotmsel with any student at any time. For this patience, understanding, and sincere interest we, the students, will always remember Dr. Goodall. Lf -I :risk The University Hospital and Hillman Clinic Administrator E555 MR. MATTHEW F. MCNULTY, IR. ' a- . 3 'f x 1 -1, -11. " :Q , - 1 'f 5:11 .sg ,lv fm. ij. FJ Q . , 1:,x,., 1, , 'ii.l5,QFt M,,:'..: A JAMES E. CRANK, Assistant Administrator KYSER COX, Administrator of Credit and Collections EDWARD G. HERTFELDER, Director of Outpatient Services LAWRENCE J. DUTEL, Administrator of Clinical Services 1 J' C9 W X I . - 1. '. ....,n , -ug, ' Q Q V' xi, . W. 7444065416 D ' df Warming MRS . ANNE HOWELL , ,..p-4. MRS . KATHRYN CROSSLAND I Left to right: Mrs. Ethel Seymour, Third Floor: Mrs. Victoria Ewing, Eighth Floor: Mrs. Nannie Lou Posey, Outpatient Department: Miss Ruth Alread, Fourteenth Floor: Mrs. Era Burbank, Fifth Floor: Mrs. Minnie McGhee, Seventh Floor: Miss Elsie Gray, Fourth East. Wad Seated, left to right: Miss Charlotte Mitchum, 4 Pediatrics: Mrs. Betty Wade, 14 East: Miss Joyce Hilder 5 Nursery: Miss Joan Keller, 3 West: Mrs. Elizabeth Dickinson, 3 Pediatrics: Mrs. Lillian Stephens, 4 EL: Nurse Ethel Whisenant, 5C Postpartum. Standing: Nurse Annie Tucker, SE Central: Mrs. Derotha Shaner 4 E Central: Mrs. Christine Jacobs, 11 West: Mrs. Manane Elsberry, 9 West: Mrs. Tommie Hutto, 5 W Postpartum: Mrs. Vonnie Sizemore, 5 C Delivery: Mrs. Cliffie Kinder 5 W Del. : Nurse Carolyn Ikener, 3 E Lower. Mamma Sdamzfame M Dc-man ,lm Szmfwz Fbwwmed Sewctea MISS BETTY TOMLIN f-iuzazmz Da-beam fu Za-may Salzman MRS. NORMA K. MOBLEY I - 1' Tm 1- J- i I , I A' I ,3 nw fn V 2 X ,, I ,pm ,- 7 - 4 '- Instructor, Maternity Nursing Instructor, Pediatric Nursing MRS. TI-IELMA F. YAHNELL MISS MARTHA WELCH ,rg lg. I , 1 H , X '-is 1. Instructor, Coordinator, Instructor, Medical Nursing Medical and Surgical Surgical Nursing MISS RUTH TONN Nursing MRS. .TUNE C. WILLIAMSON MISS BARBARA WEBSTER MRS. MABEL MENDEL LMA' 5 f gtg: hir, , 1 :mf . , , ff, 1' .- W If .V A fx' .1 Instructors of Fundamentals of Nursing MRS. IOYCE WEST MISS IO ANN HYATT MRS. SARAH KIMBROUGH 'Qkycmmxiveref-Rig ui Emabaxna ?MhkmX Qmkzt Tflxxw ere-ug ah UBXKTXHX mm 1iwiXXxmu1 Qlhnxc lkyks Qlffflfifi 'lkuk Qlurmgu 38mm filidlvt Xyzxuknq aulisiarkurkhl cmuphkzb me vstubhdqeh course of inskurfwoti STB up mms: ku the 'tluixwrsitgbuspkhal i"9dyuuX niilurekng 56-,G is 'qctebxl Hwuihfb this . 1 Q' 0 bw, NV' My www-a 'fx.X ox OS' ' uhnrni this erm uf th: hnepktm mm me akgmusmx rs oi Xin buhy- uukhsaxilzb Miners un Xgrr :unto aiikxrh Ku iirmingbggxw, Nahuscma. my Hue Xhwirrmh Img of iwpxrmhev X9 56 T 5 ' I 1 2 wr W fjgg ,,,C,L, ,A,f,f . rn., .A. L .gwn ' I -.n--up ! 'ary' """'?' 5' A U fZ'CWfTf1 , ,,.. .. wwf' if r ' . ,wgx .1 "WRX U. X ' U j , ., xxfvvob gn -X t ,J o 1 K, Iio6.q,'9, 6,6611 4 . X , ,Q twig! 'AP-9. 71' September 6, 1954, was an important date in our history for on that day seventy girls and one boy began what was to become the most unforgettable three years of their lives. Our students had come from near and far, even from other countries, and each brought a unique thing fthemselvesj. So complete were our discoveries that today, it seems impossible to recall that we were once strangers. For seven days we stumbled in that dream world of orientation but soon we awoke as if startled by the explosion of a bomb. That "bomb" was found to contain classes! Biology! Anatomy! Psychology! Microbiology! And more! And more! After spending one quarter dissecting cats, and frogs and looking at cadaver, the daily diet of roast beef and fluffy rice became intolerable. Our whirl of classes was soon interrupted by the receiving of our caps and uniforms. How proud we were of those new crisp outfits that were soon to feel the wear and tear of our unit training in the art of nursing. That first day on the unit is the most remembered one. We arose at 5:15 A. M. flater it was 6:15 A. MJ so we would be sure to be on time Qand also have time to stop our knees from shakingy. Like all other days that one ended and we passed the first test with what we thought were flying colors. During that memorable freshman year many things happened. Our school was no longer Jefferson- Hillman Hospital School of Nursing but had become University Hospital School of Nursing. June Burris entered the Miss Jefferson-Hillman contest as our candidate fbut lostj. And Lo and Behold we finally became sophomores! Then a short three months later - JUNIORS! We were sad to lose some of our classmates, but were happy to welcome many newcomers. This year Inge Kuers entered the Miss University Hospital contest as our candidate Qagain we lostl. This year we had the thrill of planning and attending the Junior-Senior Prom. At the end of the year we were the proud recipients of black bands presented to us by members of the graduating class at the annual Black Band Ceremony. 1957 finally arrived and we were the Class of 1957. The sparkle of diamond rings and the chorus of wedding bells were heard by many. We were busy with plans to go on psychiatric affiliations to Tuscaloosa and Houston, Texas, and to raise money for our Miss University Hospital candidate, Nancy Waddell four- come, no commentj. We had the pleasure of attending the Alumni Banquet and the Junior-Senior Prom. These were the last functions we attended as a class and we could not help but wonder at how fast the last three years had passed and what the next three years might hold for each of us. Graduation was upon us before we knew it and we were filled with mixed emotions. Sadness. for we were leaving the past and our many friends: excitement, for the future was before us with all of the mystery that it holds for the young, new graduate, and fear, for the unknown. June 2, 1957, the graduating class received their diplomas at the one hundred and twenty-sixth Com- mencement Exercise at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. September came, and with our presentation of our black bands to the incoming Senior Class our school days were gone. During a three year period, instructors have given us the ideals and principles that were given to them by their instructors. After guiding the development of our foundation they handed us the challange of the future. What we build on that foundation depends on each of us, for we have been "shown, " now we must "do. " 'damn Afeyifee Wfffff mem Offchvw President ---- - - - - GENELL HALL Vice President - - - ---- JEANETTE BROWN Secretary ---- - - JEANELLE THOMPSON Treasurer - - ---- N ANCY WADDELL SS. MRS. THELMA YAHNELL Class Sponsor wry X 1" u -".-QH"u5'1M'u' E w , , 'gm X ' W 1"-1I""'f! W A N' rr ' 1 X fg.','fif5"w- X ' QW-' , -L.f'H-- f 1 - Rx 4 I: .V Y , A ., Q' ' . A .V, 4' v . 1 N. 1 , rx A gg., . if s 1 , , ' an ' - ' V .,.. is 1 I 'rr 11 A ei' ' ,1-W. . H Al, .1 , I 1 I if -l 3, 7 6 . A W n . . N Aifjqtg f' X' -rw - ww W' 1., .-1' J A .lvseyg .faafrexwlll , , 1. WV x ', ,lf A CHARLENE ALLEN Millerville, Alabama ff' fW'-H H N.. ,K fw- ,f ab V R K Wi ,..9!4Af. GAIL BENTLEY mf as H X , ,ff-f .' .,- I gg HI' ERMA ALSTON N ' sift' 5 Mm 41, lx Pell City, Alabama li Z. Kiki. WILLIE FAY BARBER Haleyville, Alabama fi R 1 . v w R .MM ,: R gg R iw' ', N lx t R ' Aff. ik PAMALA BRYANT BRAGG 'Q X Florence, Alabama N 1 X U1 . H ' 1 .3 4 MARTHA BRANYON Grove Hiu, Alabama Fayette, Alabama 957 .Y , ,fn--,, L. xl 1!??!.V'n W lf' 1. hgwx' X U ,ig ..,,-..-1 Y -Av, l MX. 1 't " Nfl 'lull V V 1 .L1L, . Q . .0 N ,f N . N JOYCE BRYANT f' M , Bessemer, Alabama ,-x, IEANETTE BROWN Panama City, Florida 1 E- i -v A A SUSAN CHRISTIAN Lafayette , Alabama 1 G u " ug ,x'1 'l!"' ,- "1 fi MARY CRIBBS COOK Sulligent, Alabama , l gl lil N if ' Fi 'LD 5 rt' . ...Q 1 4 QJPLK .......w,,.. T v 1 51 1' all 1 2 Q ' ,H A Z m BETTY CHANDLER Talladega, Alabama l l 1 I . -V fa T H H - Hu , J Wei: ? , l GAYLE DAVIE Columbus, Ohio il ' Y lu i IN 5 rg! ' fl ff. hi if iffy! DOROTHY BROWN DAVIS Birmingham, Alabama w l A A 1 4 :W vu A! 'J' Y X vs Mjf -Lal GENELL HALL Florence, Alabama v 1 Y -R'-1 ..- 'fx 5 , , yup " NE? ' KF 'ff - Q ffl' H 1- NJ I HN My PATRICIA DORSETT Birmingham, Alabama ,w K YV ,, BARBARA HOLT East Point, Georgia ..,, . N Wa N." .5 r -av key' -, ij. N., r lx "4 .X A I .X Y N -, gn X. , Aix 1 A-'ff H ., A MARY ALICE EDMONDS Haleyville, Alabama 'ki .am ,R 'rf . - , ' v ,X N W A x lr. 5 DELORES HUFF Atlanta, Georgia -vw' ,V .ara x , , ' , I Y .v--s X ,IW ' r ' uwdlxuixlx XX. It 'wax I , C, , H 4 EUFA ULA HUMPHFRUS Gainesville, Georgia fvN i i EIN, , 1 A M NJ ELOWESE ISHEE Selma, Alabama N 7x 1 li lil. 5, , m fr lm v4 ' X :-I:, ' ..1 rf. . W X 1 1 1 I N . : ' EMILY TIDWELL GILBERT Alexander City, Alabama 4 , ,av- CAROL JONES Panama City, Florida X sh f' l A r 1 ' I N A 5 A MPX i 1 fe. A 'Q 1 Z gf 5122 1 ' I I 7 'A 1 e , l MARTHA BRADFORD GILLILAND Jasper, Alabama ' ' m 'S H uw ssifsss Q JE 55' X ' ay ..:,w Q ., WL ' 'X-. 1 - xg, Y , I ' 'A' O MARTHA KNOWLES Panama City, Florida PN. 'IW' W f Q . -Zvi SUE LONG Marion, Alabama f -El , gmwry A L - f1ia:w+rT L egg 'f 1 W ,1 I ww A ,E ,W 'A M A . U VE N ' I ly 'bl' ff A s' I K Y V. ,Q EMILE MICHEL Elba, Alabama W Q I H V ,1 A L . -' an ' 1 ' . -Q f - X xx 5 fi" '. lfllxf 1' 1. t N- -Q1 1 'Lx ' 'vl V A X! ,L X ,Q u H. , , 'Nun ' ' 2 6 ,,-.i-SJ -.L X V 1 F ff A L, 'V I x I , . gr.. nl I Yu. 'Q .H Pj ru ' wr wH'71 ., W w-' 41 -JI' n U my 'K y XXX n- O ' 1 Ng PA . 11" AL. JUNE BURRIS MARSHALL A ! , IJ! Ax Knoxville, Tennessee MARY MA ULDIN Hartford, Alabama PJ, in 1 .. A .1 , , u.- .51 1.-.glgxnu . .,,-HH ,L We ff r grim J' X LM x - A nf 3 VIVIAN HUGHES MILLER A ' 'E Enterprise, Alabama 8 ? 4 , 1' :gum , QE! L L A SARAH OWENS Dothan, Alabama M YJ, X jg, C r DONNA PENNINGTON Panama City, Florida mil LORENE BETZ RANDOLPH 1 I '13 -' , A M ." d gdb e xy "H .. V!l.:, ji A , A . , l - , ,, . AMANDA POLHEMUS Panama City, Florida +L., L ,W V CAROL RIBINSKI Clearfield, Pennsylvania , Lg: .eg K.. , -fa 2 : xi! I - ,fg s aa--.,m.,. L Y V I at , xg ' W Qemaef J. , A U X ETHEL MAE PRATER Centre, Alabama JOYCE RASBURY Collinsville, Alabama Winfield, Alabama F , ,, , l .1 Y A A A K , , , .J V'.1' . - X fjfvf J 2 L N' e Q A GERALDINE RYAN Greensboro, Alabama -isa: 5 M ,X M SHIRLEY SMITH Miami, Florida N l ' 5 Qs ' I Sy J,- A W l lk l.rlQ JOYCE SIMPSON Sylvania, Alabama ma l A2 ,v -2 ' , Z w' 1 ,-3 1 l, . ,. ,nw '4 In :Qi 1 l H : ,V lf-g wr , f - H Fgaix ffl , 1 nr: .eff r ' P M'-I .' Ho - ' - ur HF.-:J -lr ' y T1-ij.-,f1fx.vl.'I,L "' 1 . ow, , CWI' Z LAW M' ZZTZZMPWA Q RICH ANJER Rotterdam, Holland ' 'YfI L A l V' ': rr.a or l W 1 ,K Qilinlmh BETTY SMI'I'H Russellville, Alabama f H , . , l lY,vIl,,.xR WA Iv ljfnkikiii V . 1 I' , I AW -1 IL ' : fl. 'Xxx' .ju '. 1 ' .. I, . TIAJUANA STANFIELD Attalla, Alabama 1, mil A nf ll f JOY THOMPSON Uniontown, Pennsylvania l all X 5 Tig? ' V X 1? U all an NANCY WADDELL Decatur, Alabama X. '- naw JEANELLE THOMPSON Bellgreen, Alabama ' A ' f ff! Vigxi. N W W- Rf vm l m ' -U ' , U l ll, L . 1-li MAXINE WEST Hodges, Alabama Miz --2-I' f3?ifffi3K'1 BETTY VINSON Langdale, Alabama A ' w llfaffqbil, T lliiiim 5 ' 1 , 1 ' . -lv EDNA WINDHAM Molmdville, Alabama ' w 1 LORENE RANDOLPH BETTY VINSON mgga MAXINE WEST ., , I Cilimihllliii? Bw ,W NIH A BETTY JEAN SMITH ANN WALKER INGE KUERS SILTON if 1 V! A -4 , ,X V It mx ,-A V , 1 -,V , VI REBECCA MONKS JEANETTE BROWN Q A r il U 3 MW -wif", gg- X , I ' L-' XX fill A Q . " X -1 311.6 ' A iv-X A 4' g, w wf .. MARY MAULDIN PAM BRAGG NANCY WADDELL X Q , i H X1 ,X NYU N an H X X I ' WX XXX? Y-L? XA, 1 . I 9 ,, I t 1. F--X Q, , E ng v M ' I ' l F ' lXiX j X35 , X '5 ' XX .' ' '.l , -.uh JOYCE SIMPSON ETHEL PRATER BETTY CHANDLER EDNA WINDHAM AMANDA POLHEMUS X X U "X ' X, X , X - X - X' 1 x. X , X X A 'K N Q. . 9 ' K ' l 'Ex 1 A Qu - SHIRLEY SMITH EMILE MICHEL GAYLE DAVIE '.4I f' 1 1"""' -L ' -f -Lv 1 'LA ' 5" s Lx' 'DNN . Mx 3. -,Aim r' 1' , I - A A -A T A I "vs ,E il 1 X- V X J A I 1 K , 1 " X Hu' v 1 , f ...T---an 5 -Q MARY L, COOK SUE LONG Hal-4 le ,. RICHARD A. SPANJER , "Qs ,' J -N 35- GENELL HALL MARTHA KNOWLES A f Q' I5 CHARLENE ALLEN JUNE BURRIS MARSHALL JOYCE RASBURY SARAH OWENS GAIL BENTLEY , . V If V R ' ' 'gp LL. AL IIA MARY ALICE EDMONDS MARTHA BRANYON JOYCE BRYANT CAROL JONES JEANELLE THOMPSON EMILY GILBERT . . 1 X , if 'Gfuiiv' Z L? W: Ill! ,R 1 J. Y' . '. ft, ,sf t I 4 W-ww Q 'I .kt 1.-vu, 'n U A v DELORES HUFF WILLIE FAY BARBER L , 1 'til-.' 14. 1 af. U l Tr, 1, 9 1 ,V I -V . ! J. J Lf A' I .I n Left to right: Genell Hall, Richard A. Spanjer. , IAM ' SUSAN CHRISTIAN Left to right: Sarah Owens, Ieanelle Thomp son, Betty Jean Smith, Emily Gilbert, Joyce Simpson. - ,lin A-f5:?S:..'f7' ':':g - -ff -,,,5-j ..v,..W,, ei: ....-1 IE , I e iz: - "f i-"L" A' n , 1 " - . 11 '.-Tffifi ' .. -Z ' L I ikgf l i-f. ,f .A K ' F l'T"'4ii ? y.i e ,. I QW C "- --.J , 'T j , irfgzf My , , :-: , ,,,...,, ,fy f-- ---, X f' "-h , ' -. -W , -, it IL- X' -9: , Wx 1 I 1 U I il Sue Long, Gail Bentley .,-, X. ,fp ,-yy!!! Y I- X IA x,l 'I' ' 1" I: , I Y.: V E M MARTHA GILLILAND X,v1,,. f .Fe i in YXAZXXNNXXXX U I' um l L 5,32 -Q T11 eVe , ,, Q.-,L bama , 10058, Ala . 1 H Tusca Administratiml Hosplta 1 The veterans I I I 0 0 I I I These are the hospitals in which the senior students had their experience in the care of psychiatric patients. The course was planned to develop a basic understanding of the principles and relationships of mental mechanisms, nervous and mental disorders, their common forms, usual symptoms and care. Mental hygiene and its application e and professionally was stressed. p rsonally I il ref-ins . nrszfat. ron Hospital in H OUSIOH , Texas Semin 7016 Being of sotmd, but not particulary ingenious minds, we, the senior class of 1957, do hereby be- queath all that is near and dear to our hearts, to the faculty, the hospital, underclassmen, and ou.r co- workers. - ARTICLE I To the physicians we leave our deepest gratitude, for their kind patience and understanding attitude. The faculty deserves the most we can give, which they will receive the day we walk on the stage dressed in white, ready to graduate. Of course, the "O. B. " Department receives our fondest memories, and a generous supply of "guaranteed not to tear" rubber gloves. Old "O. R." brings back to us the smell of ether and alcohol: we leave them five gallons of "Chanel No. 5. " Four East Lower and Twelve West Female deserve new examining tables from us. We leave to every nurse on Three East a pair of rollerskates. ARTICLE II INDIVIDUAL DISPOSALS Donna Pennington bequeaths her wittiness and personality to Sue Rutherford. Shirley Smith leaves her "smile" to Jane Stinnet. Martha Knowles, Betty Chandler, and Nancy Waddell leave their loaded datebook to Marie Watkins, Sylvia Terry, and Marilyn Smith. Genell Hall, Emile Michel, and Martha Branyon leave their book on "How To Make A's and Influence People. " Erma Alston leaves Betty Thorpe her supply of lanolin hair spray and five nylon hair brushes. Barbara Holt doesn't know what to leave to Jean Stallings, except ten bus tickets and every weekend off. Carol Jones leaves her "tired feeling" to the energetic frosh. Pam Bragg and Mary Alice Edmonds leave their ability to catch a man to Phyllis Jackson and Pat Helton. Richard Spanjer leaves his charming accent to Nellie Rada. Mary Cook leaves all her worries with Student Council to next year's prexy. Mary Mauldin leaves Joyce Owen her Tom, Dick, and Harrys. Tiajuana Stanfield leaves her study hours to Mary Watson and Eunice Roberts. June Marshall leaves Jackie Robertson her strength and stamina. QA doctor's wife leads no easy 1ife.J Edna Windham, Maxine West, and Sarah Owens will their over supply of patience and friendliness to Mary Ann Moore, Wyvonne Isom and Helen Scott. Sue Long gladly wills all her worries with the annual to next year's editor. Joy Thompson leaves her "gift of gab" to Florence Rhodes. Eufaula Humphfrus leaves her love' of basketball to Ira Burgess. Willie Fay Barber leaves her timid ways to Ann Holley. Betty Smith and Gail Bentley leave their ability to take life easy to Dot Hawk and Betty James. Amanda Polhemus wills all her "bop" records to Georgia VanSandt. Pat Dorsett leaves her quiet disposition to Martha Caldwell. Dot Davis leaves her Nursing Arts Techniques to Joyce Owen. Martha Gilliland leaves her love of "O. B. " to Eleanor Davis. Joyce Bryant leaves her jar of vanishing cream to Betty Baugh. Rebecca Monks and Ethel Prater leave their corn remedies to Jeannette Mozley and Margaret Ann Hyde. Lorene Randolph leaves her photogenic profile to Mary Threadgill. Emily Gilbert leaves her happy married life to anyone lucky enough to get married. Geraldine Ryan leaves her "iron hand" to next year's third floor hall monitor. Joyce Rasbury leaves her love of Houston to Patsy Hurd. Betty Vinson leaves her faith in the future to all the hopeful. Inge Silton and Vivian Miller leave their friendship and their cheerful outlook on life to Beverly Geddie and Eleanor Davis. Carol Ribinski leaves her "Yankee Accent" to Dan Jesswein. Ann Walker forgot what she was going to leave. Jeanelle Thompson leaves her poise to Peggy Easterling. Charlene Allen leaves her pleasing manner to anyone who would like to receive lt. Susan' Christian bequeaths her short haircut to Wilma Vice. Elowese Ishee leaves her ability to say what she thinks to Eunice Best. Joyce Simpson leaves all her energy. . . We do hereby declare all former testarnents and wills or legacies revoked and annulled and do this day, the second of Jtuie, in the year of out Lord, 1957 set our hands and seal. The 1957 Senior Class, University Hospital School of Nursing, Gayle Davie, testator, As I look into the future I find that my classmates after graduation have gone north, south, east and west in search of fame and fortune. I decided to come back to University Hospital to see if the director of education knows the addresses of any of my classmates. To my surprise Joyce Simpson and Sue Long are Co-Directors of Nursing here. Ann Walker, after making up months of sick leave, is a staff nurse on 10 West. Geraldine Ryan has joined the faculty and is advisor to student council. Just across the street working at the V. A. Hospital are Emile Michel and Genell Hall - incidently they are still roommates. They tell me that Barbara Holt is Educational Director at the V. A. Hospital in Tuscaloosa. She has on her staff Carole Ribinski and Elowese Ishee. I understand they make the stu- dents affiliating for psychiatry really study. While in Tuscaloosa I ran into Charlene Allen, who is now working on her master's degree at the University of Alabama. It seems Edna Windham returned to Moundville and is supervisor of the hospital there, she married the doctor. As I board the plane in Tuscaloosa I find Nancy Waddell is the airline hostess and she tells me that she is currently the Alumnae's candidate for the Miss University Hospital Contest. On the plane also is Richard Spanjer, a recent anesthesiology graduate, on his way back to Holland. My first stop is Atlanta, Georgia, where I find Eufalla Humphrus is coaching a girls' basketball team Of course it is just a hobby of her's as keeping house for her son is her career. I noticed an ad in the local paper - it seems that Pat Dorsett and DeLores Huff are in business together. They are co-owners of the local nursery school. Next stop is Washington D. C. , at Capitol Hospital. I find that June Marshall's and Amanda Pol- hemus's husbands are staff doctors there. They have both settled down and made homemaking their careers. Joy Thompson is head nurse in the obsterical department now. While in Washington I just happened to see Donna Pennington. It seems that after graduation she took an extended vacation and hasn't as yet decided just what aspect of nursing she wants to do. As I arrived in New York I met Carol Jones and Joyce Rasbury. We went out to their apartment on Long Island and talked over the old days at University Hospital. They occasionally see Vivian Miller and Inge Silton who live in the surburban area. The two have permanently retired from nursing. 'While in New York,I ran into Ethel Prater. She is a captain in the navy and with her I find Anne Murphree, Rebecca Monks, and Maxine West. They sure believe the saying, "Join the Navy and see the world. " Prater tells me she saw Tiajuana Stanfield in South Africa a few months ago. Tiajuana is a medical missionary there. My next stop is Cheyenne, Wyoming where Lorene Randolph and Dot Davis live with their families. Together their children make up the neighborhood football team. of course, we can't go out west and not stop at the world famous Reno, Nevada. Here I find Betty Chandler, Gayle Davie, and Martha Knowles - as private duty R. N. 's naturally. Living in California are Betty Smith and Jeanelle Thompson with "their little men. " As I arrived in Houston, Texas, I find that Mary Cook, Jeanette Brown and Willie Faye Barber are out there now. By the way they are still looking for those millionaires the movies always talk about. Pam Bragg is also out there with Tex and is teaching English at the local extension center of the univer- sity to student nurses. As I returned by way of Miami I find that Shirley Smith and Betty Vinson are now life guards "at Miami Beach. " They tell me that Sarah Owens and Mary Mauldin are doing public health work there. As I get back to Birmingham I find that Mary Alice Edmonds, Emily Gilbert and Martha Gilliland are adding extra rooms to their homes - the only problem is deciding between pink or blue. Gail Bentley married that good looking policeman and they are now raising three little prospective "cops. " It was a wonderful experience to see all my old classmates but so nice to get back home - Think I'll call Joyce Bryant, Susan Christian, and Erma Alston - we can all manage to take time off from our families for a good rook game. Martha Branyon B ff! .Xi I 660604 President - - - Vice President Secretary - - - Treasurer - - - FAYE BAGGETT BETTY AUSTIN BAUGH VIRGINIA T. BISHOP a W . b , A. ,rf A , A: , if W .z 1 . -2' ' - -,Q 1 W N - W N' "A In X ml .M if If wh. A ,n II in f A 'T' ' n 1 2.5, q ANITA aowf IRA Buaenss Jo ANN CALDWELL if AV' 1 A , A A I ffl , - ' .X 1 N, TKNX I I 7 . N ' 1 A Q55 W9 A A . y ,f Xkxx JH wx Z fm ' w PEGGY EASTERLING DOT HAWK PAT HELTON ANN HOLLEY N. We , R ' O1 to M WYVONNE ISOM i-. ,v 3 - PATSY HURD MARGARET HYDE 1 - -ls' .LS X .r. f. .'- LX! 'R , I H613 T : ' L " , M AAAA AAAAAAA Yew 'A Y -.5 'F !!W"WW!"!!"NN 1 2: 'lb 3 . QA 59, FFR Mx. :TNI 2 A A ' PHYLLIS JACKSON 4-5 1' ,Ei 3' Tp A + QQ. " O ,Alai SHIRLEY JACKSON ROANY LACKEY MARY ANN MOORE 3.3 f--fb L I V , u , 1 .W ll A J, J 0"M ,ax w BETTY JAMES JEANETTE MOZLEY JOYCE OW EN , -I X' 'fe ' ji-Xp! . , , "j'? l -O 5 NKLFQ-QR M'jlQLl1O Of 1 i NELLY RADA FLORENCE RHODES -, . P, s, ' 'A X , ,, . mix, 1 11 MARY ANN RINER EUNICE ROBERTS J AC QUELINE ROBERTS ON MA URINE RUTHERF ORD Q 1 Y I 1 T 1 X T .y L 1, H , T X X. 1 'T X H - v . Q -'fl IA, L .. ,g ,V IX , W hi MARTHA S, CALDWELL MARILYN SMITH J 3 www' l 4 lla w . I v , I W we A f fi! W , A XM: A - Q AS L fm, T, EU ,Mm JEANETTE SPILLER JANE STINNETT CLARA STALLINGS SYLVIA TERRY f"' ' 'ZTTYT Yi 1. 1. Q . Z -A 'ttf' Aga A if Ti T i A A j T A MARY WATSON MARIE WATKINS GEORGIA VANSANDT X y f 4'W'f ' 'gi Mx m,,J.,?.--1 , MRS. SARAH KIMBROUGH Class Sponsor President ---- Vice President Secretary ---- Treasurer - - - 0 - - GENE COLLIER BOBBY STEWART - - - ROSE HOWELL ' ' 'JUNE RICHARDS J il' ff ,4- , .aw V 1 Af-AV J 'Q W' X , ff. 'J f Zwvfi, L Jean Barber , Y Wi psf 5 , . r . .I 4 I rv r Q: - A 'JJ - ?27!f,- ,' -in Evelyn Caudill 94 Q' f 1 I 1 N ' f fl J J rim Jacqueline Collier X, ,-. l Ji W ix J I Patricia Davis lf' au- .. ig A 6.1 , --P. Q J C 'K l i Betty Atkinson .2- J yr Sandra Barnett J 'gr KW iii riii ME! Peggy Cox -4. I, fo J, I, .fx' x, Oris Cone l ,. -A W1 ,ww 5 I "' 1 Kathleen Dethrage I My uf. . ill ami Sara Bailey .. ,P ,, , I - fo My Gail Burroughs yr.: re 0 I Gene Collier - xv -FS, ' ' F: . La. ,II . .-,Elf Janice Coonradt J' ffkiil Q1 Ann Dodgen my V 51 J - we , , -.W 1 X 'IV , - SMH W - p H' age? ' ' ' , in 151' gy "4 V - " ' AMF' X ' ' , :' . . 2 ,V 1 fl at Bettie Edwards , an fl ' 'T . :fe'If - ' 'if , ' fx A5 ' ' ,X fl V 1,- ,.,iK' N16 Yr 'f Y 2 f it ' - t .4 LH Catherine Farrand sae t "hy Robert Hammock I! 1 of . . 4'-. Q ,Y E ' u'4,i1"i. vm , f. i' 1 K 'i Wei' ,r 4' a L s A, Eleanor Jackson Ioan Lewis. I tp 6 V V s 9 1 ' wg 4- lyk ' 'Y-,. H XA " " - W Y 1 ll , J., H N it 4 Q., . 'l "'l.aQ:1wm ggi. . t ' w' 'C I Y 1 f A . AM ' s. T' 4 t M A W K7-'Y f nf., 1 Nfus, .E ' Joan Elrod Betty Ezell Q at ' ..,, ' .,.4 1. r U, nw H, , A V A . 11 ,H - , Y' ' . -I I 1 , pw, , . ' X yr, .f-...W '1 f - .X . w. . . t , , yn ty ,X Q . ,n 1 '-,. I .4,., ,, . X, , . if 1 .1 ff HMM L V1 'I fill , A Y Patsy Franks Ann Gordon K 4 N x aw t it X f M-'IX 'J 1":'V"iUXXX -M54 X 3 nm X f'!111', - ' J ' . 1.1 A Z.. x 1 ,r , 1 Annette Higgins Rose Howell N ' ""' i . r if y I i iff " ,,:'A3:gQ:1 :+,y1 5 ' A i i nj Barbara Johnson Ch31'16S JODBS It ..:...i - f, .- ,..... 1 ., . .,. i X ,-,W W 'N Mary Faye Moore Dorothy Tinker Moring En' 'Y YY' l in . .M-if P fm: R lem ,fb Patricia Newton - ivqy: 1 ,J 1 if X J, I Y tx , 1- .g nm' . Patricia Rhodes 'aa r -.arf ,1 ' I I., 4 ,ie we fr...6VY ' 'gf mt Q: we in f'A Q f3fX,zwm'. ull Patsy Norris I-A V jifvyv -Y will June Richards 'FZ , , X V , 4 sig' i . Q ,, f ' X . , .0, lktl.-N' 3 's fri. .L ' X :V .fllf , ',JYlrs,.'vN P 2 Ami If , . 'v Sarah Roper Robert Stewart Louise Sanders 1. wa? .1 Marshall Townsend , - jg: 1 'I 1 by ' 1 A ., ' 4- fs P i ' it Xifwl N12 , Beverly Zirkelbach X N .- il N 1, , , f' , i ' 'MJ' txqlm s .C Q' if - . G46 ,rf Susan Price . 3 . f,8sA A , es K 5 2 W f It -X k iffffx ' ",l,ig1Rl ', Rsxffsl PM Jean Roberts - L N i ,P X , 3 V35 H Patricia Sewell K J - PX V4 :i. r Jenell Whitlock fa ' A msg xkf 'J S Kgs. 'vs .- 9 . , 3' '-'Si Ti 5 " 'f "2 Yi? '? . K V- K U 9 34 NZ-QF Ng?- -'TI , I - - 1 ,,., gf , Y. , 7 t. . -' fr' :ji-1077 Ll' iid-'n"5 ' Q, Q fr ,rl-fe fu' -, i , ez. 4 -4 u.1.QVr. .. Front row, left to right: Ellen Scott-Smith, Merita Tingley, Katherine Hubbard, Nina West. Back row: Gwendolene Howell, James Bryan, Helen Winslow. Not pictured: Jean Boyd. -Lei wx N JNN 1.nNR in 5 :'Q-1 Z " ' 5Q I V V- 4' T l a a '.1f'f Q5 " A,. Lee Bennett f x' 5 g -, 1 V. i , X . Tiff, QQ? ' . il ' 5 'A Nd . V - 1 sq f 'V'A X Ml r Xi- " s 'Ev w 5' J - . .-' a . Pat Canovan Ann Currie Fay Godwin , I 'Ajay E xx. Mary E. Jones Carleen Farris Kay Kennear 15-' , K ' 4 . 'Wi Virginia Plummer Judy Marqua Carol McCullough 5' I JV H 5 X G aa-- J, , 11 4 .,,a,. , ,- Nancy Brown ,., xx V .L I, ' .f N, . v ' - - Carolyn Good fp. dm. X9 Eleanor O 'Neal y wife, f Q., X i f, ' ' 'ra 1 W iff,-B: Wu M' . '4 M Mary Va ught N A r r I 1 S N W N ru I I 1? 4-0 .1 Ffv' 1 V 'HJC' w ' , r ," 5 6 J A . ' K if 7 ,,,,ri 1 -J" 4 1' "' A.. E J, 1 X A 1 A V, ,gi rs. X 5 K . 4- ' .1 ' y F, 0 s -f V ' -. -. I N f f 'S 5 sa - A r N I Mrs. Lois Beauford, Manager of Housekeepingz Mrs. Emma Thorne, Mrs. Hazel Pope, and Mrs. Frances Davis, Housemonhers: and Mrs. Elizabeth Hays, Residence Director . J 7-' Lg 2 mu M N xg... . sg X Dr. G1ennH' Bair 3 fl, Mr s. Margaret Dale, and Mis ,Juni I X ' ,-. . f s Louise Benefield. vii Y' :M : -, r. vu ' 9 We fi . ffl ,L-gin M K fx l ,, A -.v KL1-,f,vf2.,4 V' Q if , ' .qui -32-1 - . Q,-, I . - "w,f:f F . . , .1 - . ,'-1:1 14 ' , A ,.' - g, E-'flu .ggi . 11 g2Q, u '- 1 J- Q , .- U -L Y? dv x 5.21 wg .mg ,, , ' ' ' f I 1 f 0 ' emkvz The University Hospital Auxiliary Award was given this year in honor of the late Dr. Seale Harris to the senior in the University Hospital School of Nursing, who, in the opinion of the Head Nurses, Supervisors and the School of Nursing Faculty has demon- strated outstanding ability in nursing. This award of one hundred dollars was presented to Miss Joyce Simpson, Sylvania, Alabama, at the Senior Buffet Supper on June 1, 1957 Pictured above with Miss Simpson is Mrs. Gilbert Vaughn, President elect, University Hospital Auxiliary. I I I 5 WY 7, 42, ,-A -QV '-.gn --'-v rw --+5 --vw x I .,r w 1 ren ' --F4--nk Y' 'N ,x,, , lm.- r' ur: -- 'QJ 1 w .v ., ,M .J - H :ww . Az JL2, J .. A- V 11 v 'r V, WE' C., V Hx X -my I I I., I IH' lu :vp L.. M ' '7 4005 Seaahmyae geaatq Seackvagkzca GENELL HALL SARAH OWENS NELLY RADA 6606012 DOT HAWK ,:... F: VA i f ' I BETTY IO EZELL . v .3 4 k . 39" N 4 E -- - '.,, , m H, ,n Pu X E QQ Q WQEQ Q 'u ROSE HOWELL MA lj I 1 Jigga, -x'x,','.'W.' N' - efe:.ff.rr-.,,,,, ,,. ,. x . 'dr sl--ic. Student Nurses' Choir, University Hospital - Rendering Choral Numbers at Banquet held on March 12, at Y. M. C. A. , Cornmemorating the Birthday of Jane Delano, First Red Cross Director of Nurses. First row, left to right: Pat Sewell, Susan Price, Nola Ander- son, Anita Boley, Joan Elrod, Mary Evelyn Jones, Judy Marqua, Patsy Franks, Catherine Farrand. Second row: Carleen Farris, Miss Elizabeth McNutt, Accornpanist: Sarah Roper, Anne Gordon, Patricia Canavan, Roany Lackey, Helen Wyatt Scott, Fay Godwin, and Mrs, Ruth Scott Parker, Choral Director. gfA M gcc! 37 GENELL HALL fx. AMANDA POLHEMUS . H Seackvz 7710411-izmeza gee!! 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