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

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The third and fourth floors are for white and colored patients. fifth floor for pediatrics, sixth floor for obstetrics, seventh and eighth floors for operating suites. The ninth floor will have accommoda- tions f or semi-private patients and the tenth floor for private patients. The tower will contain storage space and space for noise-producing machinery. The New Hospital will be something of which we may all be justly proud, and will certainly provide excellent opportunities for the training of nurses. QW? CT? TI1e-i- 1933 fP.. If Published by THE SENIOR CLASS of the UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OE NURSING Qkfflo Qfw The 1933 P. R. N. FOREWORD Pro re nata! Wlieri necessary! That we may send forth record of the nursing activities of the past three years, representing not merely our Senior Class, hut revealing the life, the duties. and the ambitions of the entire Nursing Schoolg that we may present a hook portraying the hu- morous as well as the serious side of nursing life: and that we may bring sweet recol- lections to those who have formerly spent happy Clays within these hospital walls, we offer this, our 1933 P. R. N. Tf1e1933 P. R. N. 4 E ' V if .. 1 i , ' Q4 4 C ,V 4 'A Q 1 ' , ' in ' 29322-' A 'A 1 .,, f' 3 Q i P. R. N. STAFF Dorothy Mae Bowman ,,,o ...,,....,., .... E ditor-in-Chief Martha Wellaiina Skinner ,,,,. ,,,o,,,,o,,,o... . Associate Editor Catherine A. O'Neil ,...,...,,. -Second Associate Editor Ruth Emma Dahlmere ....,, ,r..,,,r, , , o,.. Business Manager ' J Bernice May Dutterer .,rr..,.,............. . Assistant Business Manager Bertha Elizhetli Scarborough ,...r,, r,,r,,,r ..,,,,, A c lvertising Manager Margarite Marie Vlfengerd ,... ,.,.,. A ssistant Advertising Manager Marie Helen Clark ,..,..,,o... ,, ..,, . ,,,r..,.,.,. . ,.r...r.,..r,, - .,.irrr Joke Editor Allie Sue MeKeel ,B .,..,, ,..,.,,,,,v,,tt, , .. Class Poetess Josephine Wfadsworth. .t.,... .,,rrtt,,,.,,,,,,, C lass VV ill and Prophecy Willie Hallaee VVarner .e,e,,. Intermediate Class Representative Margaret Louise Kurtz ,t..,rr. . ,.,t,..t,rrrt Junior Class Represeiitative Lillie Ri Hoke, RN. 2 FC l f Al 's Elizabeth Cannon, R.N.i "" rlcutl UNH Tl1el933 P. R. N. DEDICATION In appreciation of her knowledge, in recognition of the constanty of her loyalty, in admiration of the charm and delightfulness of her individuality, We, the Senior Class, dedicate the P. R. N. oi 1933 to ANNIE CRIGHTQN, R. N. Director of the Univegsity of Maryland School of Nursing e 1933 P. R Tf7e1933 P. R. 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SCHOOL OF NURSING STAFF :XNNIE CRHQHTON, .gllf7I'l'l'llfl'lllI't'lLf of N111'.vvs 11111l lli1'c1'for of ,S'1'l1ool of .X'111'.v1'111f. XrESTA SWARTZ, RN., E-l.vs1sl11111' S11fve1'f11fv111lc11I of N111's1's. LILLIE R. HOKE, RN., IlI.Yfl'llt'f0l' in N111'.v111y. HELEN E. VVRIGHT, RN., IlZSfl'IH'f0l' in N111'si11g and .SlZ1f7Cl"Z'I.S0l' of llYlIl'lI'.V. ELIZEBETH .-XITKENHEAD, R.N., 1lI.S'fI'Ilt'l'01' 111 Szfrgffol TFC1llllil11lC 111111 Sllf7l'l"Z'lS0J' of Of"t'l'Ufl'llg Patfilion. BERTHA HOFFh'IAN, R.N., ."15SIiSll1l1f l1zsi1'11rfo1' I-11 llvlllilllg 111111' S11pc1't'1'.vo1' of ll'111'1l.v. Marie Qlga Cox, R.N. Eva M. Holloway, RN ....... Carrie Miller, R.N ......... Josephine Toms. R.N ....... Emma l1Vinsl1ip, RN... .... . Catherine Roclenwalcl, R Sletta W. Ricketts, RN 1 .IN ...... Elizabeth Trice, R.N ......... Ruth Young, RN. .......... . Harriet Schroeder, R.N... ,. Evelyn Zapf, KN ......... 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'., 1 -1145 1-491,-'-142 111- . .1 - 11 .- 'f.-1-1 .vw qz' -22311 .. ,, . -G-Wa-Q1-'fir-PvJf1":WHiv,E-'-1 .-11 " .r.11l,6P' ' -1- Wff' -' -'-,1 . . -.ef-rx 2 . -gv,'.f.mfi'?5- 'f'-.?f-1--j..:i"- Gig'-11,5 ' 'N 1 Y, W" R .1 -, -4.17 Q i:-f,?' ,1gQ'j"r' .. .51 . gg F23 f .1-. ST- ' ' 5 4. 44 41,444 .--.-,444 . .- -4 44 ,,.. , -4 -151.4 1 r I X . 1 , , C3 WZ! asf Y f 'X 0 X 4 Xf ' g'gl-ix, The 1933 P. R. N. SENIOR CLASS HISTORY HU, the rocks be rugged and the climb one of labor, "look up," cries a voice within us, "the heights are within your power." Our party, consisting of thirty members, was a joyful, happy group starting at the foot ot a snow-capped mountain. Did we realize the wearysome, steep, but worthwhile climb ahead? Snags, crags and crevicses. some of which were caused by days and nights of hard study and worry. Six months passed, at the end of which we were called before "The Leader of the Party", the Superintendent of Nurses, who informed us that we were to join the band of upper classmen. One day we shall never forget. when our first cap was placed upon our heads. Pride radiated within us, but we soon realized that it placed upon us a greater responsibility. Climbing is smoother and the heights much clearer as we onward strive. Our goal a Nightingale with the title of "Graduate Nurse". The Summer months sped quickly by. VVe saw our lirst graduating class. Dances, parties and many celebrations took place in which we all participated. The first ridge of our climb was ended. The second ridge waiting to be ascended. VV e could picture ahead of us another much steeper and more difficult climb. A few of our party dropped by the wayside. Struggles, hardships, paths of rough travel presented themselves, but were soon overcome as we could not permit such details to interfere with our climb. Oh, a dignified Senior! Two years we toiled diligently to be thus classified. Some of the ravines we crossed were, Senior Demonstrations, Operating Room and Sheppard and Enoch Pratt. Graduation! The goal of our desires reached. XYe stand at the height to look down, visualizing the past three years, which have slipped by 'ere we realized their rate of speed VVhat excitement we experienced, as we were handed our diplomas. Can it be a dream? ls it real? As we leave the portals of the University of Maryland School of Nursing to strive for our laurels on other snow-capped peaks. our slogan shall ever be, "Not on the heights. but climbing." 'lo Tl7e1933 P. R. N. fri? A , 3 A A 7 f 'f ,, 1 ' W, 4 , 'Vx ' . , ' E V Aol 1 , 4 , " ,.1: 2211. O I, Avi- '.f-. , I , ,fl ' ff ,rv 5 f V 1 M if f . 4 - yy-,-1:-.,.,. , 1,7 L 4 Y 'l I 1 A H 1 ',,fE:,if:12-U '51 1322.1 2 2? 5 Z5 329 , , 'iflf Giizf 'E i V 442, ., A4 ,,,21",g:i','a:'21ii 1, - .4 'Q 'I .g1,'ff'37f1?'-:39 Zz, , 1 A, 14, SENIOR CLASS OFFICER LILLIE R. HOKE, R.N. E. ,7w,,. Honorary Pzuxviffcllt RUTH E. DAHLKIER, ,..... ...SSSS,.,., P rfsiflvfzf MARGARET SHERMAN A E. .77., . ..,,, Viva-President ALLIE S. MCKEEI, ..,...,. ,.,,EE S vcrvfary-Trmslzrcr DOROTHY M. BOWMAN ....,O .O..,.O OO,.. H 1 'simian CLASS MOTTO "Noi 011 H10 1z01'gl1f.v, buf fI1'11zb1'1zg."' CLASS COLORS-O1-clzid and Yellow FLOWER-Sweet Pm The 1933 P. R. N. ':': ' v iitxibv.. ' v'cl" 1e : - ' ZR 1 1 DAPHNE GARNETT BARCLIFT ' .,,f Parquinans High School ','-'-":. Hertford, N. C, A . Faslziozz Follower. Y DOROTHY EMILY BLUM Wbstminstei' High School VVe5tmi11ste1', Md. Dejve-rza'qI11e. DOROTHY MAE BOVVMAN Alexalidria High School North Ta1'1'ytow11, N. Y. Editor-in-Chief, P. R. N. '33 Historian '33 Oflngflldl. ARRA MARIE BURNETTE Ma1'ti11sbu1'g High School Kearneysville, VV. Va. President Class '31 Sj'lllf7lIf1IFfft'. Tl1e193: P R THELMA 'IACQUELINE CALDWELL P3.1'liC1'SlJL11'g' High School Parkersburg, VV. Va. -UI flznf size slzcmld be. MARIE HELEN CLARKE Havre de Grace High School Havre de Grace, Md. bloke Editor '33 T110 D1'vr1111cv'. DOROTHY CHRISTOPHER Hurlock High School Hurlock, Md. T110 Vagabond. BESSIE ELLEN CONNER Tome High School Liberty Grove, Md. Self-Szfjjficiczzf. The l933 P. R. N. RUTH EMMA DAHLMER Crlenhurnie High School Linthicum Heights, Md. Vice-President Class '31 President of Class 232, I33 Business Manager, P. R. N. '33 The Leader. GLADYS GERTRUDE I-IIX Seneca High School Seneca, S. C. Plvasingly Partirzflar. DORIS CHRISTIANA JONES Cambridge High School Church Creek, Md. The Diner and Daazcvr. MARY VIRGINIA MCCUNE Parkersburg High School Parkersburg. W. Va. Representative to Year Book '32 Ifzdefvmzdmzf. Tl7e1933 P. R. N. ALLIE SUE MCKEEL Powellsville High School Ahoskie, N. C. Secretary-'I'1'easu1'e1' '33 Class Poet '33 Thr' Flfll L07'ir. KATHERINE PARR MATTINGLY Uniontown High School Uniontown. Pa. P6'l'5I'.YfC"l1f. EDNA ESTELLE MARTIN MELSON Accoinac High School Accomac, Va. Vice-President Class '32 The U1-zexpected. SALLIE MARIA MELSON Accomac High School Acconiac, Va. Secretary-T1'easu1'er '32 The Practical. A. ,..,-n-fag e 1933 P. R. N. if .J- M ILDRED EVELYN REESE George VVashington High School Princess Anne, Md. E l1j03'5 A7'gZt17161Z'f. BERTHA E. SCARBOROUGH State Ridge High School VVhiteford, Md. Advertising Manager '33 Ejficieiztt. MARGARET CLAIRE SHERMAN XN'illiamsport High School Potts Shorthand College Williaiiisport, Pa. Vice-President '33 Aldapfable. Eastern High School Baltimore, Md. Assistant Editor '33 A11zbiti0us. Sig MARTHA VVILLANNA SKINNER The1933 P. R. N. VIRGINIA VVINIFRED STACK Hurlock High School Hurlock, Md. Secretary-'I'reasurer '31 Friendly. ANNA ELIZABETH STEIN Meyersdale High School Meyersclale. Pa. Full of Giggles. IOSEPHINE E. WADSWORTH Towson High School Baltimore, Md. Class Will and Prophecy '33 The Good Nafzzrfd. MARGARITE MARIE WENGERD Meyersclale High School Meyersdale, Pa. Entertainment Chairman '33 H zzmorous Descriptions. D e 1933 P. R. N. 1 DOROTHY CAROLINE WRIGHT VVi1liamsport High School Potts Shorthand College VVilliamsport, Pa. The Closed Book. wav YIVTAN VVALKER WYNNE Columbia High School East Carolina Teachers College Columbia, N. C. Curley Locks. 3 The 1933 P. R. N. CLASS PROPI-IECY Url-llOL1'1't sure of it 7' "Certain" Then Allie BIcKeel, the anesthesist. put the mask over my face. "Breathe in and you will see the witch, and perhaps a prophecy she will tell." I took a deep breath. "XYell. we shall see." .-Xs I kept breathing, everything suddenly became quiet and I saw before me a witch. dressed in a U. of Md. uniform. Her dwelling seemed to be the basement room of the Nurses' Home. She had a fish kettle over a Fire and seemed to be watching some- thing boil. I listened and heard her say, "A city-I see a city. 'Tis Baltimore in the year 1943. In it I see nurses-famous nurses." "VVho are they?" I asked. "One I see, the Superintendent of Nurses in a newly erected hospital. ' 'Tis Ruth Dahlmer. Here comes some dignified person through the lobby, Marie Viiengerd, Supervisor of the Operating Room. Still other familiar faces appearg Virginia Stack, Head Nurse in the Pediatrics Department: Dorothy Christopher, in charge of a Surgical 'Wardf' "She must be a true prophetessf' I murmured. The witch threw a handful of Soda Bicarb into the fish kettleg the water boiled up. She lowered the Hameg as the bubbles died down, she gazed more and more into the liquid. "Many are famous-many-lfarie Clark has made quite a fortune on her latest book, "One Hundred 'Ways to XYear a Cap in the Operating Room." Dorothy Blum is now the leading Psycho-Analyst at "The Nut and Bolt" Hospital. A nurse in dark blue steps forward. It is Anna Stein, now an active member of the Outside Obstetrical Service. "Arm Burnette, Daphne Barclift and Katherine Mattingly have become quite successful as head nurses in the New Maternity Hospital. I also see that another of your friends has become a The 1933 P. R. N. Superintendent of Nurses. As she comes nearer, we recognize her as Martha Skinner." I-ler voiie changed and I noticed a change in her expression. "Right this way we see several new homes. As we enter the iirst one, we are greeted by Thelma Caldwell. Her husband We learn is a famous doctor. NVe pause here for a moment. At the next home we are welcomed by Gladys Hix. As we glance about the living room, our eyes fall on an open book on the table. It is a P. R. N. She has been reading tales within its cover." Her voice suddenlv chanffed affain. . 6 b "N ow they come to me one by one. Vivian VVynne has be- come a lecturer, her subject being 'Obesity and I-Iow to Overcome It.' XVe see two Public Health Nurses strolling down the streetg they are Sallie and Edna Melsonf' "This is no prophecy," I grnmbledg "this is only gibberish about events in the life of unknown nurses." VVithout any signs of an approaching end, the witch continued. "Bess Conner's in charge of a class in Surgical Technique. 'Bigger and Better Babies' is the title of a monthly magazine published by Mary Mcfune. Dorothy XN'right is an honest to john modernistic housekeeper. Doris jones is specializing and has just come off a long case, she seems to be quietly contented in front of her hreplace. "Now here comes another famous nurse, Dorothy Bowman, who has joined the Army Nurse Corps. The patients seem to be enjoying a bit of harmony rendered by this jolly nurse. Mildred Reese, who is now an instructor, her prize class being Ethics. Margaret Sherman, after studying abroad for several years, is head of a big Gynecological clinic." The witch faded away. As I opened my eyes I saw that I was back in 1ny room. Standing by my bedside was Betty Scar- borough, head nurse on that hall. I closed my eyes again, hoping the witch would continue her prophecies, but alas, my wishes were in vain. The magic power of my anesthetic had vanished. J. WADSWORTH. J ig, .755 film E fsf , QZJ ,hr 5 D 'N5 '1yX' f -ff" X " ,X A ' N . f f 'is i 'Q' fx X, K 0' A f . v Y ' f X X fNX 1 ff l X X X E XX X I N V5 Qff :ff 'Q W 'is Q- The 1933 P. R. N. V- - . U5 . ,:,:':5:,.:- v - fs . . - ,,!:q. 9:1 :3.,. ,sgigi g:g:':31g'. ' 23 . I , . . .. H-A 2525614255552512522551-Is: -:.1555555:E2EsEsEs:s2sE1if: F- I P+, R5 -F - 5:5:55i.7:5:g3:f:f2:13:59 .'z:1:2:1:-:35R4z23:2:t2NN5h ::.:EFI1IE-E1EIErfr:-:FF5I- "" 'iii' '. .- ' ff .--,- ' :Ir::,:f..g.::s.E:s:5zE5:a5a:. ' 'N - mt N ' .- -'::r.-er:2:r-2-2 . I ff' f 'Vi 1 . ' ' g:,1'1g'g2:5:5g1:3. - ,..,H1515-giqssgfgsgzga ""2s:sg..'s -wi. f51jI'.r'Q:fE:5 -1555-5:i522:5.ii5:f.E'1' 31.1. 5- -2-f-':-:lf M , 3 Q T: g-- :gg":f:::5'.-,, . -. 5 x f' -it 'I f' ' 1 I :E':pYqf.: 33, . .ggpsz-R A . .- Eifziizsr. A - L L INTERMEDIATE CLASS OFFICERS CLASS lVIOTTO--A70 Victory lVifIz0m' Labor. C LAss COLORS-R050 and Silzfcr FLOVVER-.ROJE OFFICERS ELIZABETH AITIQENHEAD, RN ...... .... -..Honorary Pwsident NIYRA ELIZABETH LEWIS ..I...... ............. - ....... Prcsia'01zt Lois M. STEINXVEDEL... ............. ................ I 7z'fv-Pwsiflcizt KATHERINE A. O'NEII. ..... .. ..... . ........... .Sc'r1'c'1'I1ry-T:'z'as111'm' MARGARET M. I-IOFFMASTER ...........,......,....,.......... L ....... Hisforiazz. WILLIE HALLACE WARNER ................ Rcfu'eserz.taz'izf0 to P. R. N. INTERMEDIATES Alma Mae Carroll Ada L. Conklin Pauline Deans Vera Pearl Dobbins Elizabeth Ann Doll Bernice Mae Dutterer june Estelle Everett M. Anna Gosnell Gertrude Gregorius Louise A. Gustafson Margaret M. Hoffmaster Barbara June Howes Elizabeth Koontz Myra Elizabeth Lewis Katherine Margaret Matzen Elizabeth Marie Nixon Catherine O'Neil Louise M. Paul M, Elizabeth Rice Elizabeth L. Rohde june R. Roth Lois M. Steinwedel Isabelle Seipt Gertrude Viola Tanttari E. Virginia Uber Willie Hallace Warner Ethel E. Weller Hazel M. Wright F- The 1933 P. R. N. INTERMEDIATE CLASS HISTORY II, the Intermediate Class of University of Maryland Nursing School, brought to it fortyfthree girls in the year l93l, lor- saking many pleasures to enter our life's work. VVe felt quite strange and conspicuous when we lirst donned our blue and white stripes and assumed the task of learning the art of caring for the sick. Une of the projects into which we have entered is Occupaf tional Therapy. Besides being a pleasant way to spend our time, we learn a great deal which we can teach our patients when the opportunity arises. ,-Xs this is our First attempt at basketball. we have, as yet, made little progress. However, the girls have taken a great inf terest in this form of recreation and it has proved very popular and beneficial. :Xltliough we have traveled two-thirds of the road and passed over many stones along our patliway, ive still have more hills to Climb. Vlle hope our work of the coming year will show much im- provement over that ot the past as we have gained a broader view ot many situations and are more able to carry on our lifes work. VVe have found that many sacrifices must be made and that many hardships must be endured, but our motto still prevails. "No victory without labor." e 1933 P. R GX ff P .......5X . B X x f ff x 1 Q X X x i,Lifr,Ky,3 vw f-P'-'Xi ,vb VV xxgf dsx X f,,1fxl??5!v4h5, ix :Z jfamp Tk! I 5 ,f X' ca J ,V ' LW fff' ffff7X, 4 -N K L I Kyff KAW , X My 1 I Xjj , 1 N ' X 1 , ' ' X f 7 V A Y ! R x Hx 2-I, W Xi' I -2 f X I X -1-L F Y' A4 xf A 'XJ-LNX4'X 7-I NT' gif v , U 9 The 1933 P. R. N. ,W -' 15 ., : 1 1 , 4 , -' ,Mm 9 '4 ' N S233 i We ,,,, . . V..-B. ..:.. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS CLASS Morro-To Seek, to Sfrifif, to Find and Not io l'ieIa'. OFFICERS BERTHA HOFFRIAN, ,,,7 , . ...., Hoiiiorairy Pwsident RITA MILLERL, 7,,....,,,,,,,.,,, .S .....,,......,,...,..., President LOUISE ROUTENBERG 7,.....,.,,. ,...,,, ,..., I V '1'cc-Prtjsidelzf ANNE JIESSUP O'SUr.LIvAN tm. Secretary-T1'e'asm'er ALICE VERA ELCHENKO .... ., ,L -L ........,SS,.... . ..... ,.....S S..... H i storiaii IVIARGARITE LOUISE KURTZ ,,......,, ,. ..., Rc','v1'ese1zfaf1'zfc to P. R. N. MEMBERS OF JUNIOR CLASS Thelma Alice Barden Mabel Jackson Coley Ann Catherine Durst Alice Vera Elchenko Thelma Lucile Gwaltney Marguerite Louise Kurtz Helen Marie Miller Rita Virginia Miller Dorothy Anne Rencher Ruth julia Bachmann Sarah Kathryn Bowman Yolancle Wellingtoli Chaney Helen Ethel Chelluk Mabel Pearl Roth Ruth Mildred Roush Louise Esther Routenberg -Iune Rulhnan Marie Hopfield Shimp Claudia Maline Wlieeler Doris Virginia Wliitehtirst Lillian Louise Wilsoii Tbe1933 P. R. N. HISTORY OF JUNIOR CLASS EBRUARY l, 1932, fifteen happy. carefree girls gathered in the Nurses' Home, all feeling like Mark Twain's little steamboat which had a whistle so large, that when it blew, the boat stopped. It was not long before this feeling left us and we realized that we must start at the bottom and toil gradually upwards. For a while we were followed by the shadows of home-sickness, a very natural thing, but as time went on we more easily adapted ourselves to our new environment. lt was not long before we had enough studies to occupy our minds, so that we did not have a chance to let our memories wander back home. Our subjects ranged from theory to the development of manual skill and expertness. VVe all put forth our utmost effort in an endeavor to succeed. VVithout a doubt it was a new adventure. VVhat glory it was to be a nurse, to wear a cap and to assume the accompanying responsibilities. Before we realized it, We had completed most of our preliminary theoretical subjects and were undertaking more difficult practical procedures. Trembling hands gradually became more steady and soon we performed various treatments with confidence and deftness. Day by day more responsibility was thrust upon our shoulders and more confidence placed in us. VVe had now been climbing for six months and had reached the first peak-the climax of our preliminary period. At last we received the wonderful news-"we were accepted." Caps were placed upon our heads which made us feel that we were real nurses. Vacations in September enabled us to go home with smiling faces and light hearts, to relate our many interesting experiences and our success thus far in nursing. Upon our return we were greeted by thirtyseight new members who entered Qctober l. They, too, were to experience all the adventures that we. the senior division, had encountered. XYith the addition of these new members, we formed one large group of happy Juniors. The class of l935 was organized and ofiicers were elected. The first social function in which we participated was the Halloween Dance. held by the student body in the Nurses' Home. This, to be sure, was a most joyous occasion. Day after day we march onward. under the inspiration of our motto: "To seek, to strive, to find and not to yield." 33 711761933 P. R. N 111701933 P. R. N. PROBIE, OPEN UP YOUR DOOR 1NVi1l1 apologies to Edgar Allen Poe.j OIICL' 1111011 11 7III.11lZ1111If 111'l't11'j', 111110 Prn1110, 1110011 G11l151?l'F1'y, Lay 17.Y1L'F17 101111111 1Il'1' d0l'11I:V, 701111 1101' 11111111 110r055 1110 1100r. .415 5110 103' 11lF1'1' STL'l'1"1Ij' 1111171711111 .fll1'1f1F1l1j' 11101'0 0111110 tl 1a11p111g, A5 of 5011100110 1'l1C1U1j' 1'01717I,llg, 1'111111111g 011 1IF1' 610171131 d001'. 'T15 1110 gr11015 'ZUI'f1l IU01'115 01: 10rr0r, 1001115 111110111011 0'0r 01111 0'0r, "Pr01110, 011011 1117 j'U1I1' l1001'.H H0111111511110113' .S'1IF 5011161 110111' f1IFl1l, 11010 1'0!II1"11'f1'1j' 5110 111411 f0ar 1110111. A1111 5110 1011 50 'Z'U1'j' 110111' 11lL"11I, 1.1151 'ZQ'111II.1l 111111 1101'111-V 110071 1.011111-V 0111110 L'l1l011l1'1' r1111, '1111115 110 g011110 111110 1017. 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Shelley, M.D .,.t,,s, Melford H. Sprecher, M.D Zack Qwens, M.D ...,,,t,t.. . .,,., VVilliam Hart, M.D ..,,,tt Edward VVarren, M.D .,t.......tttts John C. Dumler, M.D ...,, ,.,., ...-.........Assistant Resident, .. ......... ..Assistant Resident, Surgery Surgery Surgery Surgery Assistant Resident, Medicine Resident, Obstetrics Assistant Resident, Obstetrics ,.,,.....,tt .. .......... Rotating VVilliam O. McMillan, M.D ..,. ...... .,.... l I otating Ha 1'1' y Hull, M.D. . Richard Lauft, M.D ....,..,, A. Mace France, M.D.. ,,t, .. Frank VVilson, Jr., M.D .... .. ,lack Savage, M.D. .. Dwight Currie, M.D.. ,,tt, Carl R. Ahroon, jr., M.D.. S. De Marco, Jr., M.D. .... -. Frederick Simmons, M.D .... F. S. Saunders, M.D ........ John Moores, M.D ....... . ..... Rotating ..........Rotating Rotating ..........Rotating ..........Rotating Rotating Rotating , ........... Rotating .....-....Rotating ..-.......Rotating .- . ...... 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P ggi ff? x MNT M Qx fy Qgl' Z , ,gg N w TT Av Vo ffqiiw Y 1 " -' A ffm! ,YFA3 yx ,' , vm wwwf QN Vw XM K V7 NX ky? K if 'il X W Q b X ff gf' X fa, 66651555 The 1933 P. R. N. CLASS WILL Section I : In our last will and testament, we, the Senior Class of Lf of Md. Sthool of Nursing. as a whole, do leave First of all to Miss Crighton, a better class it it be possible and to our supervisors and head nurses the following articles: Miss Miss Miss Miss Hoke: One class perfect in dosage and Miss Hoffman: A class that doesn't argue. Swartz: A quiet afternoon in the hospital. Cox: A group of wide awake night nurses. Wlrightz A class of prohationers perfect in technique. solution. Miss Aitkenhead: A group of nurses that will keep their hair under then ca JS Miss Baldwin: A son like Bobby Krouse. Miss Fazenbaker: A nurse who will follow all instructions promptly Mrs. Brude: A nurse capable of keeping track of the linen room keys Miss Cannon: A gallon of gas and parking lights. Miss Krouse: A group of silent babies. Miss Dick: A gallon of ammonia water and green soap. Miss Allen: Success in her future life. Miss Miss Rhodes: A loud, strong voice. Miss Miss Toms: The strength to handle a mop. To our worthv successors we leave our ml Laigneil: A hall without infiuenza patients. Miller: A pair of shoes that do not hurt her feet. ist cherished possessions Section 2: a Stacks winning way with the internes, to P ul. Scarborough's extreme height, to Gustafson. Hix's worldliness, to Rice. Burnette's dislike of coffee, to Uber. lYadsworth's long wavy tresses, to Everett. 40 The 1933 P. R. N. Reese's inferior air, to Lewis. S. Melson's elf like appearance. to Gosnell. Christopher's vainpishness, to Carroll. Stein's gift of wise silence, to VVeller. VVengerd's attitude of importance, to Conklin. Blunrs undying popularity with the opposite sex, to Bownians becoming modesty, to Deans and Rohde. Mattinglys angelic disposition, to Doll and Thompson. Conners boyish figure, to Nixon. Steinweidel and Selpt Skinner's "Secret of School Girls Complexion", to Gregorious, Clarks deniure, quiet and sweet personality, to Tanttari and XVH1 ner XVynne's obesity, to Snyder. E. Melsoifs "Secret of a slender figure" to Dobbins. McKeel's knowledge of a Blue jay Corn Plaster. to Matzen, Wfrights blondness. to O'Neil. Barclift's Southern drawl, to H. Wriglit. McCune's loud, harsh voice to Koontz. jones' ability to be serious. to Dutterer. Caldwells great desire for sleeping, to Hoffniaster. Dahlnier's readiness to try anything once, to Howes. Shernian's love for studying, to Roth. Vile hereby appoint: Tillie Executor of this, our last will and testament-the Class of Signed, sealed, published and declared by the above class. 1933. I. Vlladswortli. 1933 The 1933 P. R. N. MY ROOMMATE AWOKEI Daylight-and I had not been called! Seven o'elock and I had wanted to get up at six. Already chapel had begun, in fact was almost over. Already the other nurses were hurrying on their respective wards, getting an early start. Hut why had I overslept ? I looked for my roommate. There she sat-motionless-in the same place, in the same position as she sat last night when I pulled the covers over my tired body. I had told her that I must get up by six and so get on duty on time. Since she was always up bright and early I asked her to call me. Slowly and solemnly she had raised one of her hands as a promise to do so. And yet at this critical time, when I not only wanted to, but must get up early she had failed me. But probably she was not well. To be sure she did look run- down as she sat there holding her hands before her pale face. VV ith a groan I crawled out of bed to see what was wrong with her. I shook her-she did not stir. I shook her harder. Then she made a sound. She started to run. In a lit of anger I seized her with both hands and struggling towards the open window, shoved her out. Down, down, down she fell from the fourth floor to the ground. I heard her strike the cement street below, but I did not look to see it she were hurt, I was sore, positively sore-I had missed my breakfast and my late-leaves would be taken away for a month-all on aeount of a worthless roommate -all on account of a rundown alarm Clock. The 3 P. R. N. f 5 ' " 1, 2' . W , - lr g. 9 pf 11 ff, . 2 X, -N-.L s... 42 QL' - 2 AYQ! 4? . ut R Llin., '1 J Wd' V -.. A Q44 :M ' . 529' -. .vz Q 1 ? 3 ' 51.11, A ' J. .-A 1,4 , ill ' J, .A LT f , ,, , li L ' ' El ,f gif, W1 ' '4 - , 1 .'f' ., if ,- kg 5' 7 '.QgQ1x, .,Q,,-."' ,' - 5. YT, 'gq,X'5"'::5:,1-V' ' wx , zip X 3, " ff X VW It mr., X' 3 1 'FH -F ' . 1 fi 1, ,f fwgg ',,, A 'jrlfli' ,- fl. W1' 'J , 'S' I l Y' f Ll if? S vi V ' 1 P Tl1e1933 P. R. N. SENIOR BE YOURSELF You may not Iva a Flozwzff Nighfizz- gale, Or C'Z'L'll an Ea'1'z'h Cazfvll. Tfzcy had flzvfr flzazzfc aaa' Hwy did HIUIUI' lzzrazs And now ffzuy arc' gow, alll! well. :lad why SXIUIIILII you mfvy Cach :lu- gusl sfzadc' U'lzo Iivs on a graz'0ya1'd Ivdgof Tlzvy a'1'4l11'f vofy, fllflhl' fame was 11z41H.? By Ivoillg flzrfz' own z'1'1rv 301703. 2 You Ftlllvf Zn' a Louisa Parsons Or a Clara BCTl'f0ll, frzm, But you van ln' k1l0'ZUH, and you van bv fvlf, By bring yozfrsolf all ffzrouglz No TUOIIIUII groius grvaf 'ZUZIUJI sin' -inli- fairs For flzaf is flu' 'way fo fail Thr 1z1a1vv who IUIAIIS from 1116 fvrriblr fair Zlffzrsf work out lm' own door frail. 3 You may aol' road: flu' lzvfgfzts of flllllffv, For fviu' ran flilillr so high Bar af Izwmf you fan play fn H10 .ffwifylztly gona' IV1IL'lIF'Z'FI' y0'll want fo fry. You may not gm' to H10 fof at all Nor cafvfzm' rmzotwz or fzvvalflz, Bzff, will or lose. or rise or fall, Alf Imsz' you can Ivo yozzrxvlf. D. BOWMAN. T11e1933 P. R. N. FAREWELL POEM 1-11115, 1'1z1' f1.111lT 1111.1 1'01111' 100 50011. 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