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

 - Class of 1971

Page 1 of 104

 

University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) online yearbook collection, 1971 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1971 Edition, University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1971 Edition, University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1971 Edition, University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1971 Edition, University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1971 Edition, University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1971 Edition, University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1971 Edition, University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1971 Edition, University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1971 Edition, University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1971 Edition, University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1971 Edition, University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1971 Edition, University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 104 of the 1971 volume:

. 1 , - - " nv i o ' 4. . . . . , . j., 4" 4 ,. FL 'if J " fi-. ' X ..,, M 4? ,, ., i 1,5 .fl-' .. .65 AHB. , -.Ls ,4 f. nf. y 1 V 'xyvgkz . , .W .K v -76 Pectoris 197 1 University of Alabama School of Nursing Birmingham, Alabama Pectoris - QL. , gen. case, 3rd declension of "pectus"J of the heart - Case11's Latin Dictionary Nursing is a caring profession w f of the heart of the individual W w the student 1 v 7 not without its problems ' v gulf' wean. N.,..NmmN-amz Q but with many satisfactions . . . iipropriate areal "" ' If you would like further interpretation or information concernin X 8 zggizgggzzsznf 05 this YNY, blouse see your instructor in the to mxnsux scmza . Possxam cuss mam vous: scoan 7-RIF' F'fT1e Hkaw Z1T1'1e Raw FH Medical Sur ical Nursin Penn Scam 1' Score Score , Score SCO ' C1 url Us 1 47 i 99 Ir .3 ' Suriical Nursing i JG - qg 5 , ' lied cal-Surgica1'Nursing JU 1 99 1 A 5: FGIAL K 5 gg li i , , 5 ' .5 Q s 'lursin of Chiidren 3 ' gi f is :row an ve t T f i 1. . Sick Children opmen 3 5 99 9 56 T 2 5: mm. 1 59-fo 99 2 Cf W-12 ids P ii. 99' 5:..3- C shi 7:4-1 fy. Jbstetric Nursin ' 5 li ' '- fl that n ' .are I M N. ff I 1' N March 31, mo Figs Yvunm- Xcarby S20 Swudx 18th Stn-ut, Box 506 Har-vingm-:, Alabama 35213 Dwi: Una v.-why: 1 3, .mn no in.-,rm you uma ywu have bum ci.-cwu Lo nu-mlmurship an Nu Chapm- K 'Y1a.f,K Ju, tinzi-uml Honor SocivLy of Nursing. Inducxinn ccromonius will be hcl Z, A1711, fn. 1,100 p.m. in aim Norms' Residvncu, 820 South 18th Struct, Birmingham ..a. Lldmlkdnz.-s r,msL iw present at Um induction ceremony L0 br-como a member. A ' 1- fm n Xmainmas mvvaimz and banquet will bc heid. The FALL TERlf'1968Z eoucnxouu vsv ' so sa 3.0 A 9.0 ORIENTATION T0 NUR NUR 1 2.0 A 6.0 MICROBIOLOGY BY ll 4.0 A 12.0 census. Psvgnggqgy vv 2 3.0 A '9.07 3 m ffiggg, mas OF I 5,11 nmoo moucusn l caggg At ABAKA f omce or me nzonsnw aww """':1x..':rGe.1:,.'W 'N iiI'93'mm z:asaz:,2'2a',., :'.s'p:'a'as"A"A' ' ' N I GRAD! NO! 2001150 X -Assent non sum and sometimes lots of fun. L ,,,, . M? wi gf, W 'A M1 I ntfgv ,, Y. 'Vw Ati! Z awww Mrs. Frances Levans In Memoriam It is always with sadness that we recall the loss of a friend like Mrs. Frances Levansg but with gladness we remember the many happy experiences we had with her. She was a wonderful person whose profession meant a great deal to her. She truly thought of nursing as "of the heart." Dedication Dr. Marie O'Koren is dean of the School of Nursing . She has been our dean only a short time: but she has made many efforts to get to know the students and their needs. She is active in professional and educational activities. We are proud of her and would like to dedicate the 1971 Pectoris to her. I7 !' 'Y M L3 E 18 Faculty DR. JOSEPH F. VOLKER President University of Alabama in Birmingham MARIE L, O'KOREN, Dean University of Alabama School of Nursing JANE L. BAILEY Assistant Dean Chairman of Baccalaureate Program i .-f f J 9 JEAN A, KELLEY Professor of Nursing Chairman of Graduate Program O X ll! EUGENIE D, MARTENSON Professor of Nursing Director of Student Services Janet S. Awtrey Florence Baker Jeanette Bernhardt Peggy Camp .ev , gU""" M" '-. 2 5 e 'T 5 ,f lr June Chandler Jane W. Choate A , io N rl 1 I don t cal Eloise Clark You can t flu! H take Nita W. Dav1dson anotH Velma Denson Lucile Eggers G Patricia Ellis I Mildred Hammer Carolyn Howell Sara Johnston at you say, Velma. r lcar1't Jan Jones 'l arte! Barbara Lowery ' "" q'-fr E21 Or ,A,,.:.'..-Q WHY f x I fQ WN J' NHQN rss. k b t for ' ,f .-H4 X 1 . aff? ' Q nf K: 15 Q, if , -o xx X5 X Elaine Miller Emma F. Moates Terrye O'Brien Nancy Patterson Sue Pennington Dee Peters X O s,. ' -if x Hollywood -Birmingham sty1e'?'? Frances Pfau Fay Pointer Millie Sims Janyce Rader Joyce Rader Cynthia Rector Q L ik 1 ' - There was this traveling salesman . Q? L Ri? ,, O,K, team, I want you to get out there and fight . . . fi X .... f--- A 1 " L gs N ' : , 1 , , 5 ,, - H Vf K as H E . if - -is if is Q f 'gg 'Q he n , gk ,. . me W , .. . . . , , v Q -x.,:1.,::1q,2, ai 5, ,ww Jelois Skipwith Conn1e Robmson G1or1a Stroud Janet Robuck MIIZI Watson Thelma Rowan Ginny Willard And Democratic , Autocratic, or Laissez faire?'? after four years , , , unsvfnsm NF nrnanmn NNNSINN STNNENN a "' ,,,.. .q W- K f u 3 I MQ Q 11" VW., v , I ' Y W M 33 In W ww M 42 W W fa VW fwl as 46 .0 fn M ni' M an 59 A "A M ..- .n .. u DO 919 W 1' fi sw "' an gp-nan-ev 4 , ,.,,, -,.,,,,,,,,.,..,-V-wwwaunaoil Seniors Q .'3'2r 1' B51 Senior Class Officers ABOVE: President - Charlotte Whirley, Vice President - Judy Williams, Histo- rian and'Par1iamentarian - Pam Swift, Representative to Judiciary Council - Betty Rawls, BELOW LEFT: Secretary- Treasurer - Linda Upton. BELDW RIGHT: Student Affairs Representative - Yvonne Yearby. Sharon Adams Birmingham , Alabama 1. an ' -1 Ziff' fi?" 'Q - VX" - - 1 r W'1pfv.,a,a. ' Q Veg-. , NA? 1 fa J .. Ann Barton Lineville, Alabama 'I 'W 'Q 1 'W ww Joselyn Bacon Selma, Alabama Linda Battle Auburn, Alabama Helen Becker Deborah Bryan Auburn, Alabama Prattville, Alabama 11, Jo Burke Florence , Alabama Sandy Butler Colorado Springs, Colorado we FM Frederrcka Carter Mobile, Alabama Irene Cedarholm Gadsden , Alabama ,QHFX Claudette Coleman Susan Douglas Mobile, Alabama Falkville, Alabama Rebecca Durden Montgomery, Alabama C oauu A Amy Doig Bessemer, Alabama l 4051! Charlene Farish Repton, Alabama Fidelis Faulkner Florence, Alabama TTR Patricia Fields Doris Foreman Panama City, Florida Demopolis, Alabama Paula Frost Guin, Alabama Donna Gaylor Prattville, Alabama I ..rl ..:... ,F Sharon Gibson Dianne Gilland Montgomery, Alabama Huntsville, Alabama Beverly Goss Albertville , Alabama Janis Griffin Cullman, Alabama Carol Hale Birmingham, Alabama Sharon Hamilton York , Alabama Rebecca Harmon Joy Harris Hueytown, Alabama Birmingham, Alabama Deborah Jackson Judy Jordon Aliceville , Alabama a -:NM-,ta-N:-Nxg.N3,N ,N iii , ' ' ' f 5 Centre , Alabama X F- ? QXQKQ ,N 'R 2 ESX? wg- 1 f We ,rr X K ..,,.. in , ..,,.. ra E Laura Larson Birmingham , Alabama :, xk in li i :ia V, i4,!,,f' x Pamela Locker Montgomery , Alabama If NN HEP! Suellen Linholm Hueytown, Alabama WN Phyllis Massie Northport, Alabama Cheryl McDan1el Brrmrngham, Alabama N00- W .,,,. Sarah Joy Maxwell Bessemer, Alabama Myrna Mc Gim sey Birmingham , Alabama Q T1 Sue Meehan Birmingham , Alabama Katherine Mullenix Tuscaloosa, Alabama Judith Meeks Birmingham , Alabama ifx - aw .M ,, Karen Murphy Athens, Alabama Georgia O 'Neal Birmingham, Alabama Peggy Purvis Mobile, Alabama Elizabeth Rawls Union Springs, Alabama Diane Speegle Cullman , Alabama 2 Q , John Srarnes Birmingham, Alabama Gail Sutliff Montgomery , Alabama Kaye Srough Prattville Alabama Pamela Swift Mobile, Alabama Betty Ann Thornbury nv-ng Martha Till Forest Home, Alabama N w x. A an ..,f" 'W' , , , W 'M Christine Thomas Albertville, Alabama Montgomery, Alabama 'f ', .. f 1 S 'r" ' tjfya. f . Q In , h- 1' xxx 'L a f 1 . m Tu if ,f - i- S-li If 1 X . f at ifysif, mu 'K fx .L . .r r f K! K rf 3 i f ' X? g 4 Nfl, 6 Q ,L , fry,-.-3111, Sgf , ffr' 'E 'J ?3iQ'f1-A 5 'K ,EV ff' 'ra K' ' tw "9" " . L ,f .-k o f 1: ggi, , 5 - xiii-.-ki. -1 ggi, 1-1 I -,a'.-'Qi Y r a- H - 5' of airgisg Melinda Thrailkill Linda Upton Birmingham, Alabama Alexander City, Alabama a V vw. ,Wa Carol West Greenville, Alabama f ml' 9 Charlotte Whirley Birmingham , Alabama A-.wg Judy Williams Montgomery, Alabama Yvonne Yearby Montgomery, Alabama Hmm . . . I bet they thought we'd NEVER GRADUATE!! " fr ., -E ffi y-:fi ' ' ' ' ' ' lz' .iQ. 1,,.. I I, K A xrkk V. 3 4 s X 3 5 X81 Q X 1 L X x -A Of 1 X Q H N ir ., H: Q , H E si X Wx Q x , Ev 5 1 N 5 N fx Q px X in X ,X Ni -M '. l X W -,ru-:L .,,. , , f . .. . 1 , . , . . . ... K . ' ,, an ..,, f I i , N A .' K 44 Underclassmen Freshman Class Officers mfr ig TOP: Sergeant at Arms: Ian Patrick, President: Gayle Stokes, Student Affairs: Cathy Smith, Treasurer: Darlene Hastie. BOTTOM: Sports: Susan Richard, Parliamentarian: Ann Waddle, Vice-President: Ann Butler, Secretary: Mary Ann Spangle, Chaplain: Paula Snell. WM Sophomore Class Officers 9 f 'Vx Q27 455: TOP, Sports: Debbie Lawson, Secretary: Wanda Wright, Social: Teresa Jackson, Sgt. of Arms: Cathy McCain. BOTTOM: Vice-President: Janice Webber, Chaplain: Ginny Childrens, President: Susan Presley, Treasurer: Marilyn Cooper, Historian: Wanda Swafford. 931. NN ,..,-viii i-11114 "1 M I JR. CLASS OFFICERS: fstanding left to rightj June Stokes, presidentg Mary Graves, judiciary representativeg Belinda Burns, vice presidentg Cindy Hardy, historiang qseatedj Barbara Ferguson treasurerg Ruth McLain, S6CI6taIy. ff HW Battle, Martha Bean, Debbie Bolus, Mary Butler, Ann Clayton, Mary Clough, Kathy Crew, Angela Cunningham, Nancy Detko, Susan Edmonds, Diane Evans, Sarah Galloway, Margie Gardner, Nancy Hanson, Sharon Faulkner, Marianne Friday, Jan FRESHMAN CLASS SONG I am excited to go into my freshman year, but as I go and leave my home, my eyes fill up with tears. I will try to make friends that will last to the end of my four college years. I'll try not to seem as scared as I shall be. Whenever I feel afraid, I hold my head erect and whistle a happy tune so no one will ever suspect I'm afraid. While shivering in my shoes I strike a careless pose so no one will ever suspect lfm afraid. 'Q W Hardy, Cynthia Harrison, Debbie Hastie, Darlene Hendershott, Maureen Henderson, Debbie Hopkins, Kay rlovater, Anita Hubbert, Susie Hudson, Susan Killough, Debbie Kirch, Charlene Lawson, Debbie Jackson, Teresa Johnson, Janet Johnson, Janis , . ,,-4 5, Luna, Linda Maypother, Jody Miller, Deborah Mitchell, Diane N Patten, Elizabeth Ann Percy, Karen .ga 'Q' .sb SOPHOMORE CLASS SONG I'm a sophomore nurse as green as I can be. I'm on my own with no one to help me. I tell Miss Becker that I am concerned cause I wound up in the closet with a new intern, and she tells me it's time we had a chat about being a nurse. I'm gradually learning all about my chores. I'm gradually learning to open closet doors. I give a few shots and take a few temperatures but when it comes to a pulse I am not very sure. I'm a sophomore nurse striving to do well as a nurse. Petty, Martha Poole, Connie Presley, Susan Robertson, Virginia Shirley , Diane Wil' , Smith, Cathy I 23 Smith, Myra Snell, Paula Spear, Nancy Stokes, Gail Stroud , Sherry W Trezel, Jeanette Vail, Greta . - -2 SZ Varden, Carol Waddle, Ann JUNIOR CLASS SONG I am in my Junior year now, I can let out a cheer for I've come 800 days to get right here. Med. Surg. - O,B,. How hard it can beg it's so hard that I can hardly even breathe. Millie Sims says that I will come out right if I'll just stay up and study all night. All the night. I shall fight to make a decent grade so that all my dear old knowledge will not fade. I am in my junior year now, I can let out a cheer for I've come 800 days to get right here. 800 days, 800 days, 800 days, to get right here. Webber, Janice 'W I A Welch, Itaska Wilcox, Beth Williams, Marianne Winchester, Donna Wright, Wanda ,Q A H LQ Ji- 'f '15 f. f , 3 -ef H 5, A Q-ffl - wi-fvwf 'f.- 5i?'QLfYl , A V -wyy - Liz, A ,LLx ' . LLVL , 11- fy . " ,,,..- Quia' J., .- ,Y .5 L S- ,, 14, . .- w w-2 'khk A ,... if Features Class Favorites t Q, ,rt ,X , . 5 f I E K i Patti Fields, S ,- Nancy Spears, Jr, Martha Brooks, Soph. Raye Yeager , Fr . ,,..'M--- M - YE 1 3 r Favorite Instructor wr 9: fxfd a rf,- 5- ,J A-Q Senior Who's Who 1 . MOST VERSATILE 2. MOST ATHLETIC 1. Sylvia Sanders 2. Arm Barton ST INTELLECTUAL 2. MOST CONGENIAL 3. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 1 . Ann Sirles 2 . Sue Meeham 3 . Peggy Purvis 'En 5 1. WITTIEST 2. MOST DEPENDABLE UIET! CUXSS 3 , FRIENDLIEST 1 , Harry O'Bierne 2. Pam Swift 3. Charlotte Whirley X f !l X If, Sv f A5 - x v!! ,bf 5 11 XXX X Activities and Organizations Halloween Party Was Lots of Fun X Even the Spook Came Out. if' ff X Wx 'r K " . i . . . .V . F ffiff,-W. 1.. , ,.f,- . ,, is ,: , . ,- ' T, 1 a .. :gf . if 4 Q , A 4' . f 15 KHP' Football Is the Fun of Striving for Your Team FRESHMEN 51 N if it I .1 ,uw I 11 2- 4 -s f , 3 P 1, , . 1' ,xl-f-6-. 45 1 Q . tom , f N My , get - SOPHOMORES COACHES Co -Ordinators Coach Sharman Coach Bingham Sophomores Frank Grubbs Juniors Jerry Bartlett Freshmen Duston Bonner Seniors Jim McKinstry JUNIORS SENIORS and Sometimes Winning. ALL-STARS: Nan Collier, Irene Bailey, Gloria Jones, Joan Kimber, Cindy Evans, Lois Watts, Delores Homes, Ann Bragg, Marrianne Faulkner, Darelene Dean, Peggy Purvis, Cathy McCain, Jan Friday, Joselyn Bacon, Ann Barton. S 3 .ai rM4.g'r'-w.Qf'3W Sama Clinic Serves the Community and Provides Learning Experiences. gl 1' 1 Y BSU Provides Food and Good Fellowship V I f j ,,, f fi' do goes to class , , , X j,,. NR K-'f' - ' iw 'A .' W .Q 5,2 The Average Student cooks Q xx , waits and works . Student Government Association ada... All students who are accepted into the University of Alabama School of Nursing automatically become members of the Student Government Association. The governing body of this organization is the Student Council, which consists of four elected officers, the president of each class, and the two senators who represent the School of Nursing in the Student Government of the College of General Studies. The purpose of the Student Government Association is three- fold: to promote the closer relationship among students in the vari ous classes in the School of Nursingg to promote a clear and contin uous exchange of ideas and opinions between the students and the facultyg and to assume the fullest responsibilities and powers of self-government . OFFICERS PRESIDENT - Peggy Purvis VICE-PRESIDENT - Kaye Stough SECRETARY - Cathy Lushington TREASURER ' June Stokes CTX STUDENT COUNCIL 1 ROW from left to right: Kaye Stough, Cathy Lushington, Peggy Purvis, June Stokes, Cindy st Hardy. 2nd ROW: Susan Presley, Gayle Stokes, Belinda Burns, Charlotte Whlrley. FACULTY ADVISDR - Mille Simms UANSA A I PRESIDENT - Claudette Coleman The University of Alabama Nursing Students' Associ- ation is the schoo1's pre-professional organization designed to promote and uphold high professional standards, to aid the students in professional growth, development, and unity, and to acquaint them with the professional nursing organizations. Membership is open to all basic nursing students with annual dues of ten dollars, which includes memership on a school, district, state, and national level. School and district meetings are held each month, and members may attend annual state and national workshops and conventions. UANSA has also sponsored the SAMA clinic for two years as a community project. This pro- ject provides excellent learning experience as well as many happy, rewarding hours. CONSULTANTS - Mrs. Janet Awtrey Knot picturedj - Miss Terry O'Brien PRESIDENT - Claudette Coleman CORRESPONDING SECRETARY - Deborah Bryan CONSULTANT - Mrs. Janet Awtrey TREASURER - Charlene Parish NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN - Cathy Lushington RECORDING SECRETARY - Nancy Rouse fnot picturedj lst VICE PRESIDENT - Linda Upton 2nd VICE PRESIDENT - Judy Jordan udiciary Council The Judiciary Council is responsible for implementing the privileges and regulations of group living. This year the Judiciary Council also worked to update old rules, and an extensive revision of the Student Handbook was made, Student Affairs Committee The Student Affairs Committee is composed of faculty members and student leaders who work together to coordinate all student activities. Besides helping the students in implementing their ideas for social events such as parties and dances, this committee may also serve as a sounding board for student grievances. SEATEDg Mrs. Gibbs, Kathy Clough, Mary Graves, Deborah Jackson, Jan Jones. STANDING Diane Mitchell, Charlotte Whirley, Peggy Purvis, Betty Rawls. NOT PICTURED: Kathy Parker. SEATED: Jeanette Bernhardt, Janet Awtrey, Wendy DiMicco, Jane Choate, Jan Jones, Sue Pennington. STANDING: Susan Presley , Charlotte Whirley , Peggy Purvis, NOT PICTURED: Tobie Rapkin, Mille Simms, Thelma Rohan, Faye Pointer, Kiska Burleson, June Stokes, Gayle Stokes, Claudette Coleman. Sigma Theta Tau lst ROW: Beth Wallace, Dee Peters, Nancy Patterson, Ginnie Willard, Pat Ellis, Mille Simms, Elizabeth Edwards. 2nd ROW: Betty Bell, Wendy DiMicco, Pam Swift, Dorothy Scott, Mitzi Watson, Elaine Miller, Connie Robinson, June Chandler, OFFICERS left to right: PRESIDENT - Nancy Patterson TREASURER - Ginnie Willard COUNSELOR - Mille Simms VICE-PRESIDENT - Elaine Miller not pictured: SECRETARY - Ludie Jo Kicker ARCHIVIST - Barbara Lowery One of the highest honors that a nurse may receive is to be inducted into Sigma Theta Tau, which is the National Honor Society of Nursing. Students in bacculaurate and gradu- ate programs may be admitted to membership when they have shown excellence in their nursing programs and have superior academic and personal records, Qualified faculty and alumni who have demonstrated marked achievement in nursing are also eligible for membership, Pectoris Staff LEFT TO RIGHT: Debbie Miller, Jan Jones, Kaye Stough, Judy Williams, Patti Fields, Peggy Purvis, Diane Edmonds, Angie Crew, Wanda Swafford, Debbie Henderson. NOT PICTUREDg Fidelis Faulkner Karen Murphy. STAFF POSITIONS EDITOR - Judy Williams BUSINESS MANAGER - Kaye Stough FACULTY - Peggy Purvis SENIORS - Patti Fields UNDERCLASSMEN - Debbie Miller ACTIVITIES - Wanda Swafford ORGANIZATIONS - Debbie Henderson FEATURES - Karen Murphy, Fidelis Faulkner ASSISTANTS - Diane Edmonds, Angie Crew ADVISOR - Jan Jones Right - ADVISOR Jan Jones Left - EDITOR Judy Williams i Above - BUSINESS MANAGER Kaye Stough gf, 20 my V ' LL ,, .M f A .Af Q2 Advertisers Where Is Shopping a Pleasure Why The Emily Shop of Course THE EMILY SHOP 1001 South 20th Street Birmingham, Alabama ALL STUDENTS AND THE FACULTY ARE INVIT.ED TO THE BAPTIST STUDENT CENTE 807 SOUTH 20th ST. PHCNE 251-1941 BAPTIST CAMPUS MINISTRIES Compliments of SOUTH HIGHLANDS INFIRMARY Birmingham, Alabama PHONE 322-0384 3 1. nun ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCE CO. BRACES . CRUTCI-IES . SUPPORTS WHEEL CHAIRS 2101 8th AVE. , SO. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Q 'Q ALL- DAY SATURDAY - - '23' ixgfgi' 9 B 7705 T egg, 5 765 Q 1 x I AND T0 0 O 110 2 AND SATURDAY UNTIL fd O nun? 11 o O 0 IICD U 2 43, AlXiD TIEIUS-T CDIVIBANY 98 Q 4 Q 4 DURR SURGICAL SUPPLY COMPANY We are proud of the privilege we have had of serving the University of Alabama Medical Center. We look forward to continued growth and progress of this remarkable school and medical center. 936 SO. 20th Street 2061 W. Fairview Ave. 10005 MGmOI'ial Pkwy Birmingham, Ala. 35205 Montgomery, Ala. 36108 Huntsville, Ala. 35803 Phone: 323-7201 Phone: 263-4463 Phone: 881-75407 HOSPITAL LABORATORY PHYSICIANS SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT Wil el . O ID IN O LLO2, 20TH STREET AT EIGHTH AVENUE, SOUTH Birmingham, Alabama 35233 MIX! ll lllllll Ill! Across Phone: 251-9236 from the Medical Center Cocktail Lounge Re staurant Drug Store LOUETT'S FLOWERS 2228 Highland Avenue Phone: 251-6126 Birmingham, Alabama 35205 UNIVERSITY BCOK STCRE 714 LLM! SNEAKY PETE'S IVIDTQFI INN . HOT D . N- when me Acrlom 11- CGS ' 'Q in 0 PEXY RCW 2005 8th Avenue south L- 'I - W COCKTAIL Loumss 251 -4763 ' iw, -... -' Featwmg 216 North 21 st Street ' .A SX V 1'1f1.?G'2II?IIT'oN5 322-2111 L ,- h "QL, Open4n,m. 1 1 V Y IX I' 'Q 1' 1 Q,',iiE'yxl1X K 2812 So. 18th Street - Lg' I - Homewood 1 :ll U, ----ipnui . III' , ' - ' I . . i ri" I. -, 12 T 3,54-,ti . Sf-V' n . nw r 2-11' , Weir! All Compliments of f DINING noouvl I Cocktails and delicious food byx candlelight, beautiful decor, dining music, and the perfect rendezvous . . Phone: 324-8653 18th St. Sz 10th Ave. , So. Birmingham, Alabama FARMBEST Comqnmulmiows CIASS of '71 E LLOYD NOLAND CLINIC Lloyd Noland Clinic - 701 Ridgeway Rd. - Fairfield, Ala. 35064 FURMAN FANT BEAUTY SALONS THAT CARE FOR YOU TUBB FOR DRUGS . . Central Bank Building 701 So. 20th St. Serving the Medical Center Phone: 328-6670 Located in the Town House Vestavia Plaza Yei-1-ding Building 731 SOllth 20th Street Phone: 323-1893 322-1702 Eastwood Plaza 7859 Crestwood Blvd. Phone: 592-4971 New Location Compliments of the First National and Southern Natural Building To open in July KOPPER KETTLE CAFETERIA FURMAN FANT Belmont Studios 21455 Norm 1815 Sfmt Birmingfiam, Ahhm 35203 Pflone 324-5026 IT WAS A PLEASURE WORKING WITH THE FUTURE NURSES AND STAFF AT THE UAB NURSING SCHOOL AS YOUR OFFICIAL YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHERS MONTGOMERY BAPTIST HOSPITAL GRADUATES STUDENTS r BE ON THE Happiness is becoming True Happiness .S a U.S.Ai1 Force Nurse I! g U mm!! ' W .,,.. was I ': . . .+S,.:'. A . v , 87' I CLC . ffl 535 O - - ...I ,, tg OSP 9 ea" im, As a member of the Aerospace Team, you will carry a vital responsibility that will never cease. To contribute your full share to the medical ad- vances that are sure to come, it is deemed important by the Air Force that you live in adequate and suit- able quarters . . . enjoy a normal social life . . .and have the opportunity for recreation, travel, and the develop- ment of your own special interest. 4sgnn-n-- What other career, civilian or military, can offer you so much? In the Air Force you can do many of the things you've always wanted to do. . . see the things you've always wanted to see. . . enjoy the refresh- ing benefits of a full thirty days' paid vacation each year. Recreation travel, adventure--all these can be yours as an Air Force Nurse! Why Settle for Second Best? Be an Air Force Nurse. CALL, WRITE OR VISIT 2101 2nd Avenue North Phone: 324-4951 or 251-9852 Birmingham , Alabama 3 52 03 me t I ,XI I It Iih eal thing. '1 CRAWFORD JOHNSON 81 CO., INC. AND R AUTOMATIC BUFF ETS, INC. ix I I LY THE PRDDUCT DF :DCA CLJLA CDMFIANV UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA SCHOOL OF NURSING THANKS. Soldiers don't always know how to say it. But you can see it in their eyes. Hear it in their voices. Feel it in your heart. It's the unspoken gratitude that comes because you're doing the job you want to do. Because you restore a patient's spirit as well as his health. It's the thanks that comes with being as Army Nurse. For more information contact: SSG . . . LONNIE E. WEST Army Nurse Recruiter Room 820 2121 Building 2101 8th Avenue, North Birmingham, Alabama 35205 325-3863 SERVICE THEM BEDPAN TOTERS DEPENDABILITY FRIENDLINESS How bout them bedpan toters INTEGRITY Ain't they prudent RELIABILITY The South's Oldest Full Service Hospital and Physicians Supply Company A11 of These Are Yours At GENTEC HOSPITAL SUPPLY CO. 1630 6th Ave. So. Birmingham, Alabama 251-4171 First day on the floor It's a Sophomore Nursing student. Take'n them pulses Cfive'n them baths Everyone a watch'n A -gett' n they laughs . Look at them Bedpan toters Ain't they funny A work'n like crazy Not gett'n any money. Then proud prudent Bedpan toters Ain't they wise Them comes Miss Becker And cuts 'em down to size. How to be a Bedpan toter Iffin may emote it Gettcha self a bedpan Go to work and tote it. II I ' I I 0 1 A , A-. . nf 'Q n 7 ,. ,4 1-, . . I' Hr- i r If 'f Important roles Q . . . w g iw in patient care in we if all nursing specialties, We teaching and research await you at the UAB! S THINK DAWSON Worship, Bible Study, Service, Recreation, Fellowship . . . . .... That's. Christian Growth DAWSON MEMORIAL BAPTIST 1109 Springhill Avenue Q 1114 Oxmoor Road Mobile, Alabama 36604 Dr. E. M. Arendau Phone: 438-1927 Pastor 514 South 20th Street Compliments of Birmingham, Alabama 35233 Phone: 252-8654 Parking in rear OTHER ADVERTISERS BERTHON'S CLEANERS WAITE'S INC. MERRIE WILLIAMS mx I me 59' W if if IIIIUYUBYK 923-0420 vlif W- 5 MARTIN FLOWERS, INC. HUGH A. PEMBER TON On the circle - Five Points South ,mu .-Q' 'Ir G1 o j 1' fa 192150. llth Avenue 9 2 In 4 us J: "-...f0" Birmingham , Alabama 1103 Zlsf Street, South Compliments of BARBER'S PURE MILK LIKIS STEREO 2400 Seventh Avenue South g f N Birmingham, Alabama A Philosophy of Nursing It was Sunday, and as I walked toward the hospital I thought how much I would like to be going to church, It was a beautiful day, and the glory of the great outdoors seemed tempting in contrast to taking up duties in the sick room. For a moment I felt sorry for myself. Why should I have to work on Sunday? Then, somehow, as I reached the hospital, noting as always that need and suffering take no holidays, and as I began to assume my duties as a nurse, the meaning of my "work" came into clearer focus. I became a- ware of nursing as not work at all, but opportunity - opportunity to turn my education and ability and interest into health and happiness for others. Possibly it was the wonderful smile and "thank you" I received from the crippled child as I helped her out of bed. Perhaps it was her trustingness . . . It may have been the warm handclasp from the patient with only one hand . . . Or the thought of the Bible verse, "I was eyes to the blind, " which I remembered as I fed a wo- man left sightless by her illness. Or all these things, together with so much more. I soon began to wonder just how many people have the privilege of finding so much challenge and interest in their "work". I think not the painter, because he touches only the surface, while the nurse deals in the ma- gical colors of the human spiritg nor the sculptor, because he molds from lifeless clay, while the nurse works with life itself. Even the scholar and the fortunate churchgoer may catch but a glimpse of the eternal. But a nurse works with God. At the day's end, I found myself filled with a new sense of happiness, a happiness that drowned out fatigue I realized that this day I had caught a vision of something much larger than "work". This dayI was beginning to learn what it can really mean to be a nurse. A Student Emory University School of Nursing Atlanta, Georgia TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY 'Tha Wulf: lu! Vufbooh Au Ylyloffmadf' fr it' ' f'3 5 -egliwif., if P", 4 5' ' x ' . ' 1" ' ' z 1 TEE?- , f-Q ' ,1 I if i 'iL"'f" 1-' X- A Q ,ML I 1 E ,.:. f" .. ' . f - iff 1 , fA , . -' . ji -5? - f ',', ' , if .ff ,UQ w . rtuv.2.g V Z - 4 QA , r,x-1-5.1 can W, 3. . - , , V . v 4 , wk' ' 1 n. Qs? 2' 'Q ' . R kg' V , Y ' : 9" ' 39 A' ' ,- f..,- IL V . 5 Lil LMI, ,1 1 - Q ,fyfaf .. ., uf -. f,,,1g-ff as 3 -w::'. .f , "H-SL -Q , , .9 1- V . .ff M'-fi. . '- .lf ' -.rjhgf 'ij- . . ' fa, F , . C I T' S' 4 7 ' W' ., ' . 2: 4 . - , 'Q ' , n 3555 Z: - ' fiifigi - .. ,, J Q, A' ju' 1 'rf- fa-XT'f..., .,- V f, mg.'f11e,- ' 21, 'g ,I ' , , ,fx DT'4L,l'.!AX N :LR .Ag NW , 1. 5. 1 rm' -f Az "1 . M, , 5 'A .15 ' V, D Mg A fy A 1 f-Ui Q A , , ff? . .egg K 11 x,J.hA V ,, Ei. .L 1 X ' " fl , " w , . .1233 - fpjfif fx fx 1 . 4 s Ai W f


Suggestions in the University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) collection:

University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1

1957

University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) online yearbook collection, 1961 Edition, Page 1

1961

University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) online yearbook collection, 1971 Edition, Page 66

1971, pg 66

University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) online yearbook collection, 1971 Edition, Page 52

1971, pg 52

University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) online yearbook collection, 1971 Edition, Page 81

1971, pg 81

University of Alabama School of Nursing - Pectoris Yearbook (Birmingham, AL) online yearbook collection, 1971 Edition, Page 35

1971, pg 35

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.