University of Maryland School of Nursing - Pledge Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)

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Om' 7, Ozlfsfdv . ,,,,, O 11f.v1da ANNIE CRIKQI-ITUN, KN. Szrfu'1'1'11lvmirllI uf .XYIll'Nt'.V, fv1Ii'I't'1'SifVY Ifoxffffll cweo? c:k fcwwfa Tiwwn Il g wow: " ' ffwkfl MF G 1 ' A lr ,Z xi ,g - ,. . 1 -' I -V 44, 2-wr ., .. e1z12:', . f Z 1 f " ' G 1 V '15 1 1 I jf 1 j A x . ,x:1,-ff ".-1-U.-W. V. "G-1 i 1 . ' f- ' 1, I .- fx I ' - ' .1 tl- - ,Z , , . , , ...-, .Q I , : Jw ' , 1 QMXA, . f Q - - . , 2 5 ' 3 ,. 1 1 . 1 gi , , , r w 1 . V , - 1 ' f faifb' "Ili . ,,, A " f ' C A W1 ffm, . A1 1 1 jx? I ' , V, .. .H bfi? 1 ,151 nw -1- . - . V-1 11 .. , QA ff , 1 . 4 1 . - Jim 51. . ,-'- . ,lp , 1 ' 7' -: 4. '- y ' ' ' 712 1 .' Q . ' ' A . 113' M ' fe" ,-. 3 ' 'I 1 -. ,Y -..4.,,4. .Q . . ,- ,?2 x - ,R ,N ,JG-Y'Mfv Q F , 1 4 ' 7 4 '. .I I2 GNMZJ? e School of ursing STAFF .ANNIE CRIGHTON, R.N., Sllf'C'1'I'lZlf'lIIll'Ilf of .Y1l1'St'.Y and ll1'l'f"Cl0l' of Sflzool of N111'si11g FRANCES M, BRANLEY, RN. ,,7,,,,,,, .. .J5si.s'I1I11t S11f1o1'i11to111lo11f of .Y111'so.r LILLIE R. HOKE, RN ...,,....,77 .,,V....., ,,,, V.., , ..1.. ,..,....,,ww7, l 11sf1'11Cfo1' i11 N111'si11g HELEN E. XVRIGHT, RN. .,,.., A.... 1 llSfl'Ill'l0l' in X111'5i11g, and .S'11fo1'z'1'.vo1' of IVards ELIZABETH :XITKEN HEAD, RN., IlISfl'IlCfOI' I-11 S1l1'gl'CUl TCCIIIII-tjlfl' 111111 S11j1C1'z'iso1' of Of'C'l't1lI'llfj PUi'1'll0lI BERTHA HOFFBIAN, RN.. --lssisfonz' l11sf1'1u'fo1' i11 IY1r1'si11g and .S'11f1e1'z'is01' of U'a1'd XKESTA SWARTZ, R.N ....,.7..,.,77,,,,7,77,,,,,E.7 ,,,,7,,,,7....E,,,,,.,.,,,7,,.,..,,,,7,,,7. Q Viglzf S11f1c'1'2'iso1' JANE BIOFFATT, R,N .,,.., 7,.7,7.7,77,,,.7,,,7,,,..,.,,, . S'11f1orI'iso1'. Difl7i1llJ.11l'Vx' GLADYS IADKINS, R.N .A.EE.. ,Jssis1'o11f Hood Xzfrso, OfCl'UllII-Q Room EIIIKIA VVINSHIP, R.N. ..... ooo.AoooE... .,o,o .,,.. S 1 1 f11'1'z'iso1', ,'4t'ClllUlll Room NAOBII .3xLLEN, RX. W... o..ooEo H md Xursc. Air C0lldlfl'0lllllfl Sj'Sfl'llI EVA LAIGNEIL, R,X .,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,o,.o ,,,,,,A I I md Xzzrxo, Air C0lIdllI'0lllllfj Sj'Sl0lll CATHERINE RODENXAVALD, RN. Eooo . ooo. .Oiifsido Ol1stof1'icoI Sv1'i'if1', PI'FllUlfll STELLA E. RICKETTS, R.N..,.. HILDA NVILLIS. R.N .L.LLLLL,L,, ELIZABETH TRICE, RN ...... . HARRIET SCHROEDER, R.N .LLLL, EVELYN ZAPF, R.N. LL...,.... . BEATRICE KRAUSE, R.N .L.., .. ESTELLA BALDXYIN, R.N. .,., . GRACE DICK, RN .LLLLLLLLLL,.. GRACE DUTTERER, RN. ,...L ELIZABETH CANNON, RN. ,L,L , LLLLLL, Ozfisidv Ol1s1'1'f1'iral S01 'i'ivC. Proizzzfal Ollljllllt' OZ1sfc'1'1'ic'11l Se1'7'iu', Dc'liz'1'1'y Ozffsido ObSfof1'i1'al .S'z'1't'iC1', Doliiiwy Oldsido CJI7.S'fFfl'lt'f!l SFl'i'lCl' Ozrfsidf' Ol7Sfc'fl'I-Cdl SF1'i'lliL' V, Posz'-pa1'l11111 . Post-f1o1't11111 Hood Nzfrsc, Ol15f1'f1'1'1'oI U'vGl'l1' Hood .Nvlll'.S'U. ClIllIlI'f'lI'S Urtlfd Hood Xzzrsc, M0115 fllodical Uvtlffl .......,.H1'od AyZll'5C', M'c'1z'5 Szfrgifal U"o1'd Nzrrso, i1It'11'.S S111'gi1'f1l Uvllfll FREDA FAZENBAKER, R.N. ,,,,,,, Hood AvI!l'.YC', H'0lllClI'5 IUz'di1'11l and 5'111'gi1'al II'ard LUCY A. BRUDE, R.N ...,..L,L. AIARGARET CURRENS, RN. .L.C , NIARIE OLGA COX, RN .L.LL..C. CORA RIASON VVILSON, RX. ..I. , Hood Nzrrso .......,HCa1l ,X7l1I'SF. Hood Xirrsv, ,,,,,,.Ht'Ud .X'IlI'5l', Szrrgicol Pritofc Halls P1'l.T't1fF Halls Pl'l-Ttlft' Halls Sifffly Room fw-Qvlvmmn MRS. CHARLES R. POSICY P1'L'A'l'tfL'lIf. 1l'0111v11',x' .J11.1'1'1iu1'-V Board Of flzv Lv1Ifi'c'l'.Yff.X' .Hoxpiml SHEIWIQODMRQS Senior H l'5l'07'jf Another sail has appeared on the horizon of time and has marked another year-a year of joys and regrets, of minor disappointments, and yet a year of ful- fillment of our greatest dream. Passage now is smoothed by experience and the squalls of indecision in life's waters are forgotten as we sail before the wind-our goal in sight. Uur journey's end is near and so we view in retrospect the hazards of that journey. The journey was started with a crew of forty-four. How strange and fore- boding our new home looked! But, after we became adapted to this new life. time seemed to fly by. For a while the sea was very rough. This was caused by classes, examinations, and routines. Six months passed. Then came the day we were accepted. The clouds and sun seemed to be in controversy as to who should rule that day. But the sun was finally the victor and happiness lived in the air. How we waited for the telephone to ring and to be notified that we were wanted in the Training School Office! How terrified we were lest our aprons should be wrinkled. our hair nets not covering every strand of hair, or our shoes dusty. After those few short minutes of con- ference. we could hardly wait until we were out to run and tell everyone we were accepted, Phone calls home, special deliveries, telegrams! The summer months passed swiftly, marked by the seniors' graduation cere- momes, the june dance, and vacations. October came and another new class was initiated. How proud we were that we had been here one year and were now starting the second lap of our journey. Bravely we faced the wind, sometimes doubtful as to which course to take, but doing our best and praying it was right. Several times we stopped to let someone of our crew off, but the stops were very few and great speed was made. At last we passed the end of the second year and the last year was started. This was the outstanding part of the trip. Seniors at last! How long we had waited and worked to be called that! Our goal practically in sight and with con- fidence in ourselves. we knew the end was not far off. We had met and conquered the most difficult situations of the journey-the Operating Room, Senior Duty, Maternity, and Sheppard and Enoch Pratt. Never will we forget the time of our senior demonstration-scared lest we should faint from nervousness. It all seems a nightmare now. Then came graduation and the thrills and excitement that accompanied it. The moment supreme when each was handed a diploma. Our dream realized! Our goal reached! And so, as we leave the portals of the University of Maryland, we go forth to put to use or to further the knowledge obtained there. Each a captain of her own ship and so may it be "Rowing not drifting." JosEPH1Na SCHUH. jg v ,V -V Y -an wr. ' -if-V fc-vu V .r ufrvr K fd-VV: :vv I 5.46.42 Egg . .. 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' ' ' A " .Q- fv I 221156 .E-Z3':'5f5 ? iifw. A-. A . f. fi, . . LL Senior Class Officers ESTELLA BALDXVIN, R.N. .,.. ..... H 01101-ary Pl'L'SI.tft'IIf IVIAURICE HARDIN ..... . .... ...... P I'l'.YfliL'1If VIIIKSINIA LRE. .,..,,..... .... I 'ics-P1-vmiczzz' ELLA IRENE MILLER .............. ..... S vvrvfary RUTH MADLLINIQ SCIIAFFER ...... .... T rvfzxzzrvz' CARRIE ESTELLA MILLER JOSEPHINE ALICE SCHUH .... Bzzsincss Mazzagvr Historfalz CLASS MOTTO: 'lR07QVilIgV, not d1'ifz'1'11g."' CLASS COLORS: Blue and Gold. FLOWER: Swvvf Pm GWMEGWWVUGVWDGXME II C CC C ' V I ' G' iiifwf 235 ry 4 ' ag NELLIE VIRGINIA BUTLER E54 Great Cacapon, Wlest Virginia Paw Paw High Srhool "I-Iow's the atmosphere up there F" BLANCI-IE VIRGINIA CAMERON Milville. VVest Virginia Hz11'pvr'x Ferry High 5511001 P. R. N. STAFF, 3. "The mystery in her smile keeps you guessing all the while." GLADYS LEONA DURST Grantsville, Maryland Gl'UI1f5'Z'II!F High Sfhool "Her very frowns are fairer far than smiles of other maidens are. '- ' . D , .- ' Qmmswovwemewwovweg 13 Q5 1CQam:vLMwJLMwx:D . 'if' MARY E. EMERY Netts, Ohio Bellaire Higlz School Editor-in-Chief P. R. N., 3. ,A "If it's technique, ask Mary. She will know when no one else does. ,V Z' is .5 IRENE DOUGLAS GLADDEN ' Princess Anne, Maryland Prilzccss Anim High 5611001 P. R. N. STAFF, 3. "She could sell fur coats to the Africans and electric fans to the Eskinioesf' EVA OPAL HOLLOVVAY Hamilton, Maryland EU-SZTV71' High School "Heres for bigger and better dental ad- vertisements with Eva as a model." Ig own iiii i'5QfZ?weok.g Il. JH. wavwemmswwwemms MAURICE HARDIN Chester. South Carolina 4 Chester Higlz School 4 Class President, l, 2, 31 P. R. N. wi STAFF, 3. fv 1 "The reason firm, the tempered will, en- 5 6, clurance, foresight, strength, and skill." -if l' T . ". av' Kit . N79 ,, ,. , , .,. .- ' zz, I 1 - 4 , - , ' - , a . v , J '4,. ' JJ' ' f 4'-. ,J ..,. M if ia. . . ., . .- . h .,. ish f Raleigh, North Carolina '4VV L1: V. E' Dobson High School, St. Mary's C ollego, A T North C arolizm State C ollegv ,,' li "Perpetual motion! A miniature laugh- fi' ? A ing, talking, and singing machine." VIRGIN IA LEE Quincy, Florida Crvzuc High School, Rmzdoljvlz-Mavozz lV0111a1z'5 College Class Secretary, 1: Class Vice-President, aff . 2, 3: Associate Editor, P. R. N., 3. Ki "Jennie" believes in taking her own time r about things, but she gets there just the g same." ,ga f awk amor' it I 20 drwr- awww' trwwnptrwwy A if315?1 MILDRED ELIZABETH MICHAEL Frostbnrg, Maryland Gl'U1IfX'Z'I'HF High Sflzool P. R. N. STAFF, 3. "Still water runs deep." "We'd like to know how deep and in what direction." , K. , , , .fi ., CARRIE ESTELLA MILLER Red Lion. Pennsylvania Red Lion High .SEFIIOOI , i. .A , Business Manager, 1, 2. 3: P. R. X. f STAFF, 3. "Chl That priceless giggle." ELLA IRENE MILLER 5 s. Red Lion, Pennsylvania ff. ., Ya Rm' Lion High 5141001 ,A ' we V, Class Secretary. 2, 3. 2' "Skin's" spirit is as bright as her eyes if and her elifervescence is unquencliablef' 217 4?-,J :Lg 1 5 2 Z . 'iw 1,441+ .fi A 35, 3,9 N , - .fa D D- RUBY HAROLD MORRIS Stuart's Draft, Virginia Dublin High School "Her blue eyes and romances have brought "Fuzzy" fame." VIRGINIA LOUISE MURDOCI-I Mt. Airy, Maryland Mt. Airy High Srhool P. R. N. STAFF. 3. "One might think she almost studied to be quiet." JANET BERYL REIFSNIDER Keymar, Maryland Taneytown High School "To sleep or not to sleep? That is the question." Gwwfacswwfacwoofaswoofako 22 G-jsmwaaweoracmwacmwa MARGARET RICHARDS Baltimore, Maryland ll'L'Sf0I'lI High Sflzool P. R. N. STAFF, 3. "Never do today what you can do tomorrow." LOUELLA M ILDRED RODES Baltimore, Maryland York Collegiate Iizsfifzffv "Ask "Lou" how to look nonchaleut. lt's one of her aecoinplishinentsf' GLADYS LOUISE RUDISILL Iron Station, North Carolina Rod: Sf71'IiIIg.Y High Sflzool A 'Quiet, unassuming, but always ready to help others." u , . 7 H- QJWXS CZWQ LINK! A .af-5 rw V -Mr 'E ' ., .1 f . 3 3.5.52 , ml 5, , ' , f 5 ,, ..,. 'pe s 'fi U D fNQ0fDGN60fD'3XWMV?yGN'MfD Wi spy- ,, . i ,. . W Ps 5 Hagerstownf Maryland asf' H flgff'-W' 01011 H1911 5 f 11001 'X " If 3 f' 5 Class Treasurer, 1, 2, 3. ' AQ in Why should life all labor be? . f - i, . , up .fry 3 H? A 31 ef It . JOSEPHINE ALICE SCHUI-I Q, Keyser, West Virginia IfPj'S6'I' High School Class Vice-President, l 3 Class Historian, 2, 3: P. R. N. STAFF. 3. Q "lf you need a pal, call on ',Io'. She is 5, i ready to lend a helping hand to all." V. Q 1 a 1-3514 Q4 Zi . ARMINTA EVELINE TAYLOR X . , - Red Lion, Pennsylvania i , Red Lion High 5611001 limi . . "If you want advice about children, ask Arininta. She certainly shines in the nursery." V I 5 lei .Q T ...L gil -s -as . as ,. . ... 21 egswwacmwasmancmwa JULIA VVEDDINC-TON THOMPSON Davidson, North Carolina Daiidsozz High School "VVe wonder why julia gets such a thril when she hears "Carolina Moon." CLARA EVELYN VVILBCRN Grantsville, Maryland Gl'llJIfS'Z'l-Nl' High Sfhool I -.T A "A good pal and a willing helper. VVhoZ Wfhy, Clara, of course." MARY ELIZABETH VVORTHY Chester, South Carolina Chcfsfvr High Srhool "She must have been vaccinated with phonograph needle. 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Y05! 1,111 10011-II' 111111111 71111111011 -M11111 1.111 fl'C'1I-ll' 111111111 111110 T110 1101011111155 1111 1100111101 1110 .11151 ZUOIIV1 101 1110 11'lf11I 5111110 11I1'l1. PROBIE OF CLASS OF '32. cmwacmwacmonamwae 20 Gljcmwocmofaamwbcmwm Senior Prophecy Baltimore. Maryland, June l, l9Jf2. Dear l'z'1'g:'111'r1. Our class is holding a reunion in Baltimore. at the Nurses' I-Iome. the 23rd of this month. -lust think! Ten long years since we have seen each other. Please be here. Sincerely, Your old classmate, NIARY Em-:RY. l received this letter in the morning mail, and immediately replied that I would be there, even though it meant a hurried trip from Chicago, where I had been workin in one of the hospitals. as head nurse in the accident room. Fond etnbraces. laughter, every one talking at once! This was the scene which greeted me as I entered the living room of the Nurses' Home. I was certainly surprised to see sw many of my old classmates there. Mary Ijmery. who had remained at our hospital, as one of the supervisors. rushed up to me. "I am so glad you came. -lennie Lee was just asking about you. Let's go over and see her. She, Eva Holloway, and Louise Huddleston are over there in the corner, having a conflab. You know, she has just returned from France where she has been nursing for two years. And Eval You know how Eva always went to sleep! She is chief anaesthetist in a hospital in Virginia. If she couldn't sleep herself. she would put others in the land of dreams. Louise married the man with "piles" of money and she meets Jennie in Paris when she goes over to do her spring shopping." Someone grabbed me by the arm and whom should I see but Nellie Butler. Jo Schuh. and Fuzzy Morris. the old gang! They had opened a tea-room in New 'York and had been very successful. After I had greeted all my friends, I found that many strange things had hap- pened to the Class of l932. Elizabeth Vtlorthy had married a man who thought "Lib" was a model of all the virtues of womankind. Irene Crladden was in charge of the violent ward in a psychiatric hospital. She said she had not received a black-eye in the past nine years. Gladys Rudisill had recently opened a school of aesthetic dancing in Vvash- ington, D. C. Gladys Durst and Clara Wlilburn had forsaken the profession for a more do- mestic life, and appeared to be very happy. Mildred Michael was "specialing" in the same town, and couldn't attend the reunion, because she was called on a case. Ruth Schaffer had retired, having become wealthy with her publication, "The Best Vvlay to Spend Five Dollars." Pat Cameron, at the time of the reunion, was paying a visit to Ireland. Lou Rodes and janet Reifsnider were models for a French Shoppe in New York. GVOFDGVWDGNMKDGXMWDV 2? U GVOVDGNMEGXMZDGNMFD Maurice Hardin was chief dietitian at one of the large hospitals in the city. julia Thompson was famous as a radio singer, Her theme song was "Carolina Moon." Margaret Richards had pursued a Course in obstetrics, and was head of a clinic in Philadelphia. "Skin" Miller and Arminta Taylor had founded a hospital in Red Lion. "lips" Miller had just completed her hook "Thirty-two Different Methods of Operation Technique." I hated to leave in time to Catch the midnight train. It seemed as if I had been there but a few minutes, but duty called me back. I remembered a little verse I had memorized years ago. and I felt it was true of the Class of 132. "ll'l1af iw fall lurk is Jllllflj' plzrvk, --Ind doing things owl' and over, Courage and will, fw1'.rvtfr1'tz1zfe and skill, Arc' flu' four lvtwvs of lzrrklv t'l0z.'v1'." VIRGINIA M URDOCH. 'iii ,- X 1-v ii ,f 'ev -si igiqg I I , it UUIWDWEIRKGEHR?PMDMUN'lIFNES uv sf' - E MI Iniermedzkzfe Class CLASS MOTTO: "Not 011 lzviglzfs, but cli111Z1i1zg."' CLASS COLORS: Orchid and Yellow. I CLASS FLOWER: Sweet Pea. OFFICERS LILLII5 R. HOKE, R.IN. ,.....,L ....,.. ......,... ..... .,,,,L.. H 0 1 1 orary Prvszdmzf RUTH EMIIA DAHLIIER LLL,,, EDNA ESTELLE RIELSON LL.,.,L SALLY BIARIA RIELSON O..,, .,LLL . I THELMA ELIZABETH DAVIS .,... President Viva-Prvsidenzf Svwcffary and T1'UllSllJ'Fl' Historiarz MIARY VIRGINIA MCCUNE L,,. .....,..L,.L............,L. R vp1'csc1zfafz'z'e fo P. R. N. INTERMEDIATES DAPHNE GARNETT BARCLIFT DOROTHY EMIL BLUM DOROTHY MAE BONUMAN ARRA MARIE BURNETTE THELMA JACQUELINE CALD'WELL MARIE HELEN CLARK DOROTHY CHRISTOPHER BESSIE ELLEN CONNER RUTH EMMA DAHLMER THELMA ELIZABETH DAVIS LILA MARGARET HINCHMAN GLADYS GERTRUDE HIX DORIS CHRISTINA JONES HILDA MAIE KNOVVLES MARY VIRGINIA MCCUNE ALLIE SUE MCKEEL KATHRYN PARR MaHINGLY EDNA ESTELLE MARTIN MELSON SALLY MARIA MELSON MILDRED EVELYN REESE LEAH MAY ROYER BERTHA ELIZABETH SCARBOROUGH MARGARET CLAIRE SHERMAN MARTHA XVILLANNA SKINNER VIRGINIA XVINIFRED STACK ANNA ELIZABETH STEIN JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH XVADSXVORTH MARGUERITE MARIE VVENGERD DOROTHY CAROLINE VVRIGHT VIVIAN VVALKER VVYNNE c'5GNMfDGNMfDGNQ0'7DG'QvWfD 3 iwwf: 31 Q11 Intermediate Class History "141'15f11! ix flu' 1111111 111111 5111111115 115 011 our Quay, lI'111'1' is 11111 iu01'111' 111111 Gods 1111111 slay is 111101' 115 1911111f111111'x of --1111111 1l'IlI1l'1' 1111 1111111111 1111' 1111111 is 511c11" Un October l, 1930, University of Maryland opened its wide doors to fifty prohies, one of the largest probation classes in the history of the Nursing School. Wiith enthusiasm, we accepted the duties assigned. Our in- structors ol the supply and class rooms helped us gain ample knowledge to assume responsihilities. Events followed in rapid succession. The flame of our torch often grew dim, hut we looked ahead for a hrighter light, remem- bering' our pledge. Months passed and the day of acceptance finally came. Shortly afterwards our Superintendent, leaving noble ideals with us, plac- ing on our heads a cap which signified our proby days were over. made us feel our days of glory had just begun. Vacation time came. XN'hat rapture we found in itl And now that we have hegun the second year and hustle with new spirits, we endeavor to climb. To succeed in climbing those heights, we lift the torch and march on. "lf-Iwi' 11111'c11.vf, fo xtt'1'11 1110 5011111111 I'0j't11, 11tIIlQ1I1't'I'S of 44111117 fllulei' T111' 11101111 is 111 ,vn111' 11111111s." T11ELMA DAVIS. QJ00k9QJWk'7QJOWk..9C?00'k9 QQWKJUQJWKJTCLJWQDQJWKQ Jzmzor Clam CLASS MOTTO: "No zfiffory willzout laborf' CLASS COLORS! Rose and Silzfer. CLASS FLOWER: Rose OFFICERS ELIZABETH AITIQENHEAD, R.N. .............,..,v,., ,.A.,. H orzorairy Presidc'1Lt WILLIE HOLLACE WARNER ..,..,,.. ...,..,.,.,,..............., P 1'vsia'61l1' LOIS M. STEINVVEDEL ,... ..,..,,..... ..,..,.,.......,...... I ' ice-P1'esia'c'1zt LOUISE A. GUSTAFSON .L.. . ..., ....., S ecretary and Treasu1'e1' MYRA ELIZABETH LEWIS. L,,, .. .,,,.,,,.,,,.....,,,.,.,...,..,.. ,Hisz'0r'ia1z ETHEL E. WELLER ,....... ..,I . . ..,.. .,,.,,...,........... I x?cjv1'f'smzTatiz'c fo P. R. N. JUNIORS ATTIE MAE ANDERSON MARY BENNETT JEWEL BLADEN ALMA MAE CARROLL LENORA CARTWRIGHT ADA L. CONKLIN SALLY N. CROSS C. REGINA DAVIS PAULINE DEANS VERA PEARL DOBBINS ELIZABETH ANNE DOLL BERNICE MAY DUTTERER IRENE ESTELLE EVERETT M. ANNE GOSNELL GERTRUDE GREGORIUS EVELYN V. GROSSNICKLE LOUISE A. GUSTAFSON RUTH M. HARRIS E. RUTH HAYNIE MARGARET HELD MARGUERITE M. I-IOFFMASTER BARBARA IRENE HOWES H. ELIZABETH KOONTZ MYRA ELIZABETH LEWIS KATHRYN MARGARET MATZEN ELIZABETH MAIE NIXON CATHERINE A. O'NEIL SARA MARGARET PARVIN LOUISE M. PAUL M. ELIZABETH RICE ELIZABETH L. ROHDE JUNE KEENE ROTH M. GERTRUDE ROWLES WILDA LOUISE SNYDER LOIS M. STEINWEDEL ISABELLE SEIPT GERTRUDE VIOLA TANTTARI E. VIRGINIA THOMPSON ESTHER ELEANOR UBER WILLIE HOLLACE WARNER ETHEL E. WELLER I-IAZEL M. WRIGHT A 73 JUNIOR CLASS emvwemmseyovweyoms g, . llllgflql Junior H ivory Prohies all! How queer we felt as we walked up the steps and into the recep- tion room of the Nurses' Home, trying to appear at ease, masters of the situation, trying to show no emotion, especially if our parents were on hand: and with all feeling very small, very unnecessary and very conspicuously "dumb prohiesf' ln a vague and rather disturbing way we realized that this was a very important day in our lives, a turning point which we would not soon forget. Somehow we lived through the first few rlays, while we chalked up in our minds as our ideal nurses those upper-class girls who had given us a smile or a "Hello," There are so many "first times" to recall-the first time we heard the rising bell and thought it must he either the Salvation Army or the toll of doom: the first time we went to a meal in our conspicuously new and rather ill-fitting uniforms: and our first dusting on the wards when we felt just like maids. Days were long as they are hound to he when the novelty of a new adventure wears off and a true realization of it is reached, but we walked, stumbled, and ran through the days. saw them slip behind us, until we had knowledge and many experiences in store. Beds-especially those operation ones which required so much time to figure out 3 washing hands and faces!-having done our own for years didn't seem to help a bit: those first patients who didn't do things as they should and just ruined our techniquef Pl 3 that first hed hath when we were allowed an hour and a half and thought we hurried to get through: so many new tasks in a strange new environment: that many a time the heart of a prohie wavered and she wondered why she had left a place as an adored daughter in a thoughtful family to take this difficult route to become a professional woman. Though we had been sure time would never pass, spring, summer, with its short but perfect vacation, fall, and with it the addition of thirty-one new members to our class. and, finally, Christmas came, which caught us as usual unprepared and sent us on lmrried shopping trips between duty for "last minutes," caught us in its spell and somehow managed to overshadow the dread of the first Christmas away from home. Even arising an hour earlier that morning brought forth no complaints, and we started on our way through the hospital, our candles gleaming, thrilled with thoughts of the first Christmas, singing in spite of a little lump which persistently rose in our throats. As we look hack over our time in training, we find that the days, sometimes seemingly endless, have gone hy quickly, they have been full of experiences which have made them perhaps the most eventful of our lives. We recall our class motto: "No victory without labor." and face the remainder of our training period resolved to give our hest for the victory which means so much to us all. M. E. Lizwis. Residem' Staff George H. Yeager, M.D. Wy'lie M. Faw, M.D.. .,7,,, . Leon bl. Harrell, M. D ..,,, Emil C. Hildenhrand, M.D.. .,... john H. Hornbaker, M.D ......... Maurice -I. Abrams, M.D ..,... .. . Daniel G. Caudy, M.D. .. George D. Hill, M.D ........ . VV. Paul Dailey, M.D... .. VVilliani A. Hart, M.D ....... . , . A. 'lalhot Brice, M.D... ..... Kenneth L. Cloninger, M.D ........ Melvin B. Davis, M.D ............ Bernard VV. Donahue, M.D ....... Joseph F. Drenga, M.D ....... Donald B. Grove, M.D. ..... .. Arthur F. Jones, M.D. .... Alston G. Lanham, M.D ....... Walclo B. Moyers, M.D .,........ VVillia1n M. Seabold, M.D ......... Christopher G. Shaw, M.D ....... Harry S. Shelley, M.D ....r....... Milford H. Sprecher, M.D .... . ........ Resident, Assistant Resident, Assistant Resident. . Assistant Resident, Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery . ........... .. Resident. Medicine Assistant Resident, Medicine Assistant Resident, Medicine . . .... Resident, Gynecology Resident, Obstetrics X ssistant Resident. Obstetrics Rotating Rotating Rotating .. .... Rotating Rotating Rotating Rotating . ...... Rotating Rotating' Rotating .. ...... Rotating Rotating .... Rotating Interne lnterne Interne lnterne lnterne lnterne lnterne Interne Interne Interne lnterne Interne lnterne Gmwmcmwaamwacmoneo 30 SG QJOQrL9'?.JfkfK,9f3JOQrk5Qf20WK,9 i Gmbkz Ms . M if G9 swoon . R. Fl. wamsuomswovwwamo V7 , ' 4 . W : -..--B A." 6 .. . E 7, , , , .:,: i iw, ., if if J A Y' 4 My 'f W - W' vf , if ..., , ., V' -,Y-J J i ,, . ,g.Q:,i:::,.Lu ..1 . b f " "1 i:41s1s"1E?f:-f:'.., ' Qfff .2 1112.1-s:2L'14i f A .V-V 5 -L.: "" 'f""" ,. ' , , ' ' - -. ,Ili 2. 9 Gwaoffcwwrncwaofacwaofieo n cAwmJc:wwfacweofac.'mofa lIFllEPMHUllR2lNES 19' R- 13- Last Wi!! and T eymmenf We, the class ot 1932, of the University of Maryland School of Nursing, of the City ot Baltimore, and the State of Maryland, being presumably of sound mind, memory and understanding, on this day ot our Lord, .lune 3, l932, do hereby make this, our last will and testament, in number and form following, to wit: l. To our Surgical Staff, the right to carry any tales of the Nursing Statt to the Student Body. 2. To the Nursing Staff, the right to add as many additional class hours as possible to the curriculum of the probationers. 3. To the Stat? members individually: To Miss Crighton, a class as brilliant and efficient as ours has been. To Miss Branley, the right to scrub the hospital from VVard C to the Dispensaryi To Miss Hoke. a more simple method of teaching the probies Dosage and Solution. To Miss VVright, we bequeath our nursing technique. To Miss Hottman, the privilege of reproaching any student nurse with her, "Achf Child! Vot you do dat for?" To Mrs. Wilson, the right to extend her hearty "Good-night, my clears!" to the next titty years of probationers. To Miss Aitkenhead, a capable surgical nurse. To Miss Moffatt, the speediest car going. To Miss Cannon, a gentleman who can work crossword puzzles. To Mrs. Brude, a ticket to next season's opera. To Miss Krause, a "Dailey Man." To Miss Currens, a policeman's whistle to direct the lower hall traffic. To Miss Dick, a megaphone. To Miss Dutterer, a new set of tubes for her radio. To Miss Fazenbaker, the best book on woman's suffrage. To Miss Allen and Miss Laigneil, a place in the Hall of Fame, as the first super- visors of the Air Conditioning Chamber. To Miss Baldwin, the cooperation and good fellowship of the next class honored by her leadership. -l, To our under-classmen: Eva Holloway's ability to stay awake in all classes to Josephine Vyladsworth. Irene Gladden's telephone calls and dates to Dorothy Blum and Dorothy Bowman. Nellie Butler's height and superiority to Bertha Scarborough and Hilda Knowles. Gladys Durst's knowledge of the interne's quarters to Arra Burnette. Mary Emery's executive ability to Mildred Reese. Maurice Hardin's popularity with the opposite sex to Thelma Davis. Louise Huddleston's quietness and expansive waist line to Sally Melson. "Jennie" Lee's southern drawl to Kathryn Mattingly and Allie Mclieel. "Fuzzy" Morris' innocent good looks and boy friends to Gladys Hix and Leah Royer. Virginia Murdoclfs curly hair and subtle vanity to Marie Clark and Bessie Conner. Margaret Richards ability to scrub the "amphy" seats to Virginia Stack. Lou Rodes' power of rhetoric and decisiveness to Martha Skinner. Gladys Rudisill's dancing ability and bashfulness to Edna Melson. cb GNMJ iiii Gmoncmoraps 40 G 9 8 TR R 'O C 'i F O 6' I f 5 i ' -- 4 Joe Sehulrs pull with the Training Sclioul Oillice to Mary MCCune. Clara VVilburn's ready tongue and quick wit tu Vivian XN'ynn and Ruth Dahlmer. "Lib" VVOrthy's serene disposition and nimbleness to Daphne Barclift. "Pat" Camer0n's sarcasm and chirping pertness to Margaret Sherman. "Epps" lXfliller's deviltry and eternal giggle to Anna Stein. "Skin" Millers shy modesty and pwpularity with the internes to Lila lrlinchman. janet Reifsnider's place in the professional world to T. il. Caldwell. julia Tliuiiipsoirs voice and speed to Domtliy Clnistnplier. Arminta 'l'aylor's campus privileges and maternal virtues to Dwrotliy Wiriglit. Ruth SchaIiCer's blondness and goorl nature tu Marguerite Nllengerd. Mildred Michaels knowledge of limieyinotm bridge tn Doris jones. Wie Hereby Appoint: T ILL1 11: Executur of this, our last will and testament. ln witness thereof, we, the class of l932, the testators have te this, our last will and testament, set our hand and our seal this third day of june, Ainm Domini MCMXXXH. Signzml, sealed, f"IlI71l.Y!ll'lf and declared by the above named class of 1932, as and tor their last will and testament in the presence of us who have hereunto sub- scribed our names in the presence of the said testator and of each other. ANNIE CRIGHTON, KN., SZ!f7t'l'flIfL'1ZdL'llf of Nurses FRANCIS M. BRANLEY, KN., -4.s'sisla11! SIlf7C1'Ii1IfL'IlU7t'IlIL of Nzfrxvs lisTELLA BALDVVIN, R.N., fI0l10l't7I'j' ll1fc'111b01'. GXA0sfDAYGNMrfDGNQ0sJi mwnii ifn Baby Lynn I H11's 1111111-11111 TUIASC, :11111 1111111111111 11111i1111' for 01111 0f 111.1 51:11, F1111 1.11 111111 1111111 0111, FI.11lI'11Ig 11111111 1110 1c101'111's 11110111. II 11011 1111111101 fool 111111, No, 1101 1111, 17111' 11111131 L-v1111 11115 11011111 10 51111, 1111's -11111 1011 5111111111 111111 11111111 100 Sf7l'-V, T11 11101 111.111-V011 11111111 1111111111 11'x1. 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Butler measuring live feet two, 'lo Schuh being blue. VVilburn and Durst no longer buddies, Everyone passing all studies. Lights out at ten-thirty every night, lrene Gladden being quiet. Louise Huclclleston being fat, Mrs. XYilson in an Empress Eugenie hat. Lib Vvorthy playing a piano, Rudisill singing lyric soprano. Lee without her funny drawl, "Skin" Miller when she learned to crawl. Cameron not writing a poem, Thompson never talking of home. Mildred Michael on roller skates, Each week we get three "lates" Miss Branley not making rounds. Holloway getting up when the bell sounds. Fuzzy Morris not being sarcastic, Miss Crightons summons not drastic Ruth Schaffer not being tight. Lou Rodes Hying a kite. "Eps" Miller boisterous and loud, Richards not up in a dream cloud. Miss Holiman not spreading cheer, Hardin enjoying Shakespeare. Murdoch with long flowing tresses, Taylor in knee length dresses. Anything so dumb, But it was written only in fun. 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Of flzis road false possession, C'cI1'1'y 011 tuiflz a lzenrf flzaf is frzle, For ours is a noble jvrofessiozz Tlzaf means more fo others than you. llfe fzzrn duel flzanlc our pilot For g111'el1'11g 0111' voyage flzux far llf'lz1'le from port to forf we go, ll'1'fl1 our eyes 071 0 slzilzfng sfnr. Tlze .vhlzmelz old slzffv silently glides Om' of flze lldI'l70l' Once more, But at luv' 7110511 flzeee proudly rides Om' llmmer zcffflz frzrflz fo flze fore. duel from 0111' eyes we wijve U fem' .-is lvelotfeel COIl11'Il'Clf'5 fmri, Yef lzola' lzeafls lziglz wiflzoezft fear lVlz'l1 ez xml lfffle aelze at lzearf. 1311! zue'll all look forward with a smile Of eozfrage flzezf eamzot die, ll"l1e11 we nzeef in flzaf glad "'affe1'-wlzileu Never more to say "good-bye." 16 GQGNMVDGNMVDGNMWDGNMVD '14 SILVERWARE WATCHES 1-11'1m1--1-11-11-11-11-11-1 ---mi-11-1 A. I-I. FETTING CO. 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