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

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I, .fflftwyqrf JA, an L:-' an K xl 2 x 'gm A THE IPLEDGE I966 IN THIS VOLUME WE HOPE TO EXPRESS THE MEMORIES, THE IDEALS, AND APPRECIATIONS OF THE CLASS OF 1966 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLA SCHOOL OF NURSING Baltimore, Maryland ARY CHENCES LIBR HEALTH S MARYLAND F F umvenswv 0 BALTAMORE THE TOUCH OF HUMAN HANDS WE NEED THE COMRADE HEART THAT UNDERSTANDS, AND THE WARMTH, THE LIVING WARMTH OF HUMAN HANDS. ,TIS THE HUMAN TOUCH IN THIS WORLD THAT C0 UNTS, THE TOUCH OF YO UR HAND AND MINE, WHICH MEANS FAR MORE TO THE EAINTING HEART THAN SHELTER AND BREAD AND WINE. I SPENCER MICHAEL FREE 2 7. . v' Lf r. , x ,f,, - ,Q-. -.yffk ' 'Lf ',, -dl 1 ...V-' 1 -Q 'V .. ri, . ,E I 1. 5 tiff .1 Q . . 3 , 1 Y - V 1 1, T , .. 4- , i ,I r- .A ff 'K gg fr -, e ... ,ww- 'AN'-,, .- ,.... 72' ,- ,nr 17 Q1 -,Q gh A, H Mp . ,f M Q5 ' " 'S if 3-f f ' 3. 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S. -- Catholic University of America M.S. -- University of Pennsylvania Ed.D. -- University of Maryland Professor of Nursing Dean of the University of Maryland School of Nursing 4 "There are those who give and know not pain in giving, nor do they seek joy, nor give with mindfulness of virtue ,... through the hands of such as these God speaks --Gibran With justifiable pride does our school of nursing function under outstanding leadership and guidance of Dean Gipe. Her record is a testimony of her admirable abilitiesg she has held various high administrative positions encompassing both nursing service and nursing education. As a teacher she has instructed at both the York Hospital School of Nursing and at Providence Hospital School of Nursing. After having already served as the Director of Nursing, and as Director of the School of Nursing at Maryland General Hospital, Dr. Gipe then came to University Hospital as the Director of Nursing Service and Nursing Education. While in this position she was instrumental in developing a na- tionally accredited collegiate nursing program here. Thus, in 1952, this School of Nursing became a college Within the University of Maryland. Though active in many professional organizations, it has been especially through her work with the South- ern Regional Educational Board and the Graduate School of the University that Dean Gipe has been responsible for the initiation and development of graduate curricula leading to the Master of Science degree in Nursing. In addition to holding membership in an impressive array of scholastic and professional honorary societies, Dr. Gipe has received many commendations from various community groups and civic organiza- tions on behalf of her worthy contributions, through nursing education, to the improve- ment of nursing care rendered to patients. Certainly her outstanding administrative skills, creative initative, and sincere dedication have in great measure advanced the nursing profession, in theory, scope, and practice. The month of June will mark the termination of our undergraduate education. For Dean Gipe, our guiding hand of many years, ,Tune will mark the conclusion of a productive and dedicated service to our school. ln her honor, We, the Glass of l966, pledge our fullest potential to the nursing profession. 5 ,fp .4 .' 1- V fu, , f , - I , A ., -Q, TH , - , l - . . ...mm ,.,,:'- , f" , 2 1 I H' , '. x ---fgzkhw v,,,gf"1z1.7f,y - - 11- i N . -. 1 "M-A - 4 4' J fa f V V- I solemnly tire sence of this to pass my profession I will -' fa 'i'ff'l'L J , drug. I standard of my confidence all personal matters affairs coming to my knowledge in With loyalty will I endeavor to aid the and devote myself to the welfare of those Mwwfli ."",?.L. 'fl ,. fd Q1 1 fe f 6 E nf? 9 U ' A , '75, . 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The University of Maryland School of Nursing, the second such school to be founded in the state, was organized in 1889 by Louisa Parsons, a student of Florence Nightingale. In 1902, the original two year curriculum was extended to three years. In 1920, the school became a separate unit of the University, although it continued to be administered as a hospital school. Six years later, a five year combined academic and nursing program was instituted. However, in May, 1952, a four year program was organized, a Dean appointed, and faculty members accorded academic status. By this action the School of Nursing became a separate college in the University offering a curriculum leading to a B.S. degree in Nursing. Following this, the School of Nursing became a department of the graduate school in March, 1954. These years of experience in adminis- tration, plus ample appreciation of the role of the nurse contrived from per- sonal experience, have endowed the President Wilson H. Elkins B.A., M A., B.Lifi., D.Phi1. President of the University of Maryland Dean Florence M. Gipe R.N., B.S., M.S., Ed.D. Professor of Nursing Dean of the School of Nursing administrative staff with keen insight J gylv into the function of a school of nursing. A iil. --.1 f -" '..., I 5 But this is not enough, thus the admin- M ,. I istfative program is Changing. . P ea r.r .. t ever striving for improvement. , I llugg ii'. .I A, 'F T ' 'A ' Li? I ng' 1 g Ng! . AUM' Qu ,fwf- 'a"" p"ff' Evelyn E. Cohelan Rm., B.s., M s., E d.D Mary Kathryn Carl B. S . , Ph. D. Professor of Psychiatric Nursing Chairman of Graduate Curricula Associatc Professor of Psychiatric Nursing mv'-1' 44f"'- Shirlcy L. I-Ialc 7 R.N., B.s., Iw.Ed., Ms. Assistant Professor of Psychiatric Nursing Chairman of Undcrgraduatc Curricula 9 Margaret L. Hayes R.N., B.S. , M.S. Associate Professor of Nursing Assistant to Dean Marjorie E. Sanderson B. S., M.A. , Ed.D. Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Nursing Eleanor Slacum R.N., B.S., M.S Assistant Professor Assistant to Dean 10 , , Y x X ff Qx rr -9. 1+ V :V x . .x g ' , ,, 'AN I ' X ,-.-' 315-' ' I !'ll ' " " Q 7 ' -ai. r -, .7 ,. .v:,,,wf Q ,ri ' -:eff ,. . ' -'Q' 4 K If . - T: ,s. . lx .f 'ls 3 4: EL A 'k IP, 3 i - N 1. T ? ? A ,- 2 53? Y, ,- 1 ' 2 5. -- -.W . 4 ,S , P f 7 N f h V R f- 1 is 1 xfcxl 1 1 X aff? vssKWi' Ex . I b - 5 '31 :lvl X A, L V. --XX, 5-J' Q' -Wk Xl" ' 5 Ki V7 N . -N, f -U A 'Nw Q -X X N W ' VX fi -1 , X M um? i . Qip , wif Wy? wL g,,1,w,wf I UR ,,--X9--12 L4 X high' SANDRA ABRAMSON Sandy . . . A zest for life . . . A tele- v1sion debut . . . Pretty and petite with vigor to spare. Graduation launches a career in Pediatric Nursing. MARILYN L. ALLEN Marilyn . . . Warm, continuous smile - . . Pigs, pigs, pigs. Graduation will bring marriage in june and nursing in Washington, D.C. SARA L. ALBRIGI-IT Sal . . . An accomplished procrastinator . . . A B.A. from Beloit College . . . Poetically inclined . . . A folk music en- thusiast . . . A retiring disposition. She proposes to mix travel with nursing. BARBARA A. BALDWIN Brinks . . . Spirit and warmth . . . Penn- sylvania Dutch influence . . . Artistic and musical . . . Often minus a Contact lens . . . Works hard and plays hard. She hopes to practice nursing on a medical ward of University Hospital. 1'- 19 'w NANCY C. BAUMANN Eleanor . . . Tops in procrastination . . . Afternoon siestas . . . Mice, mice, mice. The future holds matrimonial bliss, Pedia- tric or Public Health Nursing and more education. Thursday night donut sales. S. rell, J. Orleans. I , 4-Q?" Henry, R. Elliott, P. Roche, L. Gerson, C. Koenig, Cuth- ' U lL1.HI?7QQ ,,., QQ r,,,, 'NV' C' WW? ,r , W an e 1 f' . Q ., wh ' " ', 31 . ' w 'A .,- 8- V . , ' p I I N , A N' rw Q' U J I ? - , 'QQ ' i 5, : 2 ' FA H' . -'J fi, 2 13 YQv-, ' r . ity 'Mr .Y A Z I: 3 rv v sf 41? NANCY K. BELLE Nancy . . Striking sense of humor . . A personification of procrastination . . . A student and housewife. Anticipates a career as a general duty nurse in Baltimore. ' 5 NANCY L. CAMPBELL Cami . . . A discerning belle from the Eastern shore . . . One of the commuter set . . . Poised -- most of the time. In quest of a nursing career in the Air Force or Texas. me PAULINE F. BLADES Eleanor . . . A wealth of wit 'neath her sweet enduring guise . . . Moose and more Moose . . . A simple, trim appearance . . , The wonderful world of sleep. A combination of homemaking and Public Health Nursing are foreseen. L-:Ill-""""""'11' ,fi ff. W f i 1 -A X.: - " is v f ww X 'itf Mn. W - Waviieaaii gx ' N V Q ,WX ix xvia'.iXhlW ,. .,,s3gf-f5gi:.. .' iw T, V , A I ,Ng -lx if M ss, in ' .- A -L - '- . - .. -im jg., A ' :ff X . .. ,Ja -iz, , 51: , gf . , . . is ,.,, .. up y N H M ' .,.-fs as y , y ,L . wg ' A X I ,IN xi Y -'35 Thanksgiving Donations for the needy JUDITH L. CASKEY W SHERRY CERNIGLLA Beautiful Judith. . . Subtle fed hair mpg 21 Cemiglia- - - Shy and reserved- - - Tw conscientious, level head . . . An active ing out ailaftmcnt living - - - Naulfalll' accomplice in mischief . . . Adores read- CUT13' hair - - - A high HCMCVCT- 5110 P13115 ing rooms and jet planes . . . Ticl-iles the to PQTSUQ UUFSWS While in the Afmed keyboard. Marriage, private duty nursing SCTWCQS' 1 and pursuit of a Master's Degree will take l up her future. i 1 r Y 5 . K" 1: if T t 1 A K x,.f7. V V Qwvff J, V N V IM" 1 , Q ' :VA il li Jf!4'9ff'- X ,C , 2 g gi. 'i.jgi'g,iig'i.,'+ f 'fw lffgib 'ff-f"r ' U 'Wliixxx lifter al ' 2 ,n ' 51' - 1, ' ,.,- ,.: 1 PL Z I ,if 21" ' in 1 r V .A X -' -'sin wx., 4,,,qs""'f- ?,,A , 'vow 1 M ,J ,vw , , '---+412 I Q' .,. 7 ' V ff' '. ' W, I .Q 'P 53'-'--V ky! ff N il' Eiga- f - 'A 5 :A L, A . in xi . , n, .. WJ, ,.- ,U A 2 hx -vu I .N .ri N . if F21 l ff,,,1'5 Q Q-.hh -7 Q , J: 4:-,M rg - ,lily Hear, s. Dorsey, R. Elliott, L. Ellis. 1 1 1 gums MQ. ifS""" , ..-4' C ii 0 DONNA E. CHEW Chew . . . Veracity is her genius . . . Ranibunctious eruptions of laughter . . . An impeccable appearance . . . Sculptin and surfing. The future spells Medical- Surgical Nursing in California and travel. PRISCILLA A. COE Pris . . . Hardly know she's there . . . High aspirations . . . A deft artist . . . A welcome colleague. Her pursuits entail a surgical specialty at the National Institutes of Health. CYNTHIA L. COLE Cindy . . . An Italian gourmet . . . Pixie Cute . . . Adores ballet . . . Lightning sharp wit . . . A quivering chin heralds a mirthful squeak. She orients her career to- ward neurosurgery at University Hospital. Impromptu gathering, C. Tyler, J. Moses, L. Ellis, L. Fischer, S. Beans, R. Elliott, I. I-Ioar. . 1.-- , M Q ."" . W 62 'Q Ng. E ' ,Q v QW? rg H 4 ,iuffflf Ll I if 'C -za" v snr 'V ff' 5 ,Al S' 5' ii 3 lf-"E5I't'? s-ge p ' 495 H1 SUSAN M. CONNER Pocahontas . . . Expect the unexpected . . . Child-like enthusiasm . . . Many men in her life . . . Enjoys poetry, chil- dren, and walking in the snow and rain. The U. S. Navy spells nursing combined with travel for Sue. SUSAN V. DORSEY Dorsey . . . A perpetual smile . . . She wants action and gets it . . . A dauntless spirit. University Hospital will hold future employment . 6 I-IARRIET A. CUTHRELL Ann . . . Undismayed pleasantry . . . Active participant in dorm life . . . Dedi cated in study and work. Naval nursing in the obstetrical field is her future goal. VICTORIA M. DUKE Vickie . . . An unshakable composure . . . A quiet serene manner . . . Wed in December. Alternate goals for the future include Public Health Nursing or graduate work in Psychiatry. iv. Q. W ROSEMARY ELLIOT Rosie . . . An amiable spirit sparked with ardor . . . Labors long and hard . . . A gentle manner. Summer sees her in Psy- chiatryg winter sees her in Public Health in D. C. Cap fluting, C im LINDA L. ELLIS Ellis . . . The spirit of the seventh floor Affollf A loyal confidante . . , Spares no . . . An infectious chuckle. Suc- cess may be foreseen for her in Pediatrics Payne, S. Dorsey, D. Matheney, 18 and K. Hall. iz.. Q 1 K Fourth Floor ironing room, S. Conner, P. Blades, and J. Caskey. GAYLE S. EVANS OO7 . . . The girl of a thousand expressions . . . A finger in every pie of activity . . . A contagious comic. Homemaking with Donald will take her to Salisbury to initiate her Career. O JEAN Fmms Jeannie . . . Winsome smile Whole some and personable . tops her list of careers. Psychiatric Nursing 95:- O gf LYNN FISCI-LER Lynn . . . Catches the male eye . . . Clever comments and antics . . . Dabbles in art . . . Enjoys all types of culture. The future finds her traveling abroad. Senior Christmas Party, M. Allen, C. Evans, A. Cuthrell, L. Fahres. ,K 9, we. , ,V ,4,,,., , ' i I P' Jf ,1?"'ffLiiv:1?4. ' .4 , 1 , , . N ,, : .'4g,,w,g- A: I . , Q f 574 f 4' , Laf - " J L lQ?? 1? -,Zfpgi 5 sf.,.3'm? .9 V ,Q?4qQ5,,,,:-,f 2 1 4442.1 -Z gygga. g, ,g.fq.,:3-gg 'f Az- V-1 'x.11-f,ig?':'4waS?y,S.',5?gQ,- - , 1 V4 ,,,:?iVg?,iyi.1a.:,,5any ,V J: ,,. i... . .-5.... '-Q. Y'-:wwf . . . , ,f ffm.: Q ,,, 5, ,.,, mm. 'mv Ha f.-V-,..m, V ,vin fv X9 f , fv v Y aa: ,af 1-1,14 41 ' " ,AZ A swf., ,fy 4 4 I .1 335711 My , 1 .. J, ff ye ww f 4 . .1 .fy Q x, v - ' . ei sf ' . 'f'F1' .',w'f ' . ali ' ' 2 .. A- 4-3.4 E A as if DANA V. GALOTTA Dana . . . Flippant, friendly outgoing sort. Foremost plans include marriage to Neilg also plans graduate work in Psychiatry. 6 Ellis, S. Dorsey, R. Elliot, S Etchison, and K ,, 41 'au AW' ? , JUNE C. GARNER june . . . A bonny smile . . . Efficiency and organization pervade her work . . . The 3:15 bus on Friday. Her nursing career will tal-ce her to Washington, D. C. f LINDA D. GERSON L. G .... Sensitive, quiet dorm dweller, hard-worker. She aspires to enter graduate school. has , 1 ., N' 1 r',,x'. AQ! X. Q5 A 1 Studytimc, A. Riutort, L. Ellis, and Elliot. -Wt QW ., X KAREN HALL CAROLE I-IARRYMAN Karen. . . Quiet, good-natured, subtle Carole . . . Petite, refreshing and affa- humor. She hopes to practice nursing in bleg commuter. She anticipates traveling Baltimore. after graduation. Christmas party for graduating seniors, L. Ellis, P. Young, C. Kehoe, P. Blades, M. Silverman, and N. Pue. 22 OAN HALPERIN l Joan . . . Bright smile and a hearty laugh for allg inquisitive . . . A hard worker. Her future plans include nursing in Balti- TI'101'E . LISABETH A. JENKINS Betz . . . Keenncss and warmth N 1 . . . f ua Vivacious . . . Party girl. She is unde- 64 cided about future plans. vs-fr' XL? JUDITH A. HOAR Judy . . . Becoming, bright eyes and sparkling smile . . . "The H is silent" . . . Doughnut sales . . . A provocative laugh. She has set her sights on summer camp nursingg to return to nursing in D. C. in the winter. I M 4311413 X. M11 ,MIIIHCHG In www .Q , 'y wan W I 3, J yi N 'W we 3 , 2 M... , i K """" 'wus , y V S wnw 6 Macke machines, J. Lenderking. 24 FRANCES C. JODLBAUER Carol . . . Sparkling personality . . . Connoisseur of the fine arts. Future in- cludes nursing in Germany. WARRENE R. JOHNSON Ginger . . . A crimson tinge easily evoked . . . Inclined toward the Cultured side of life . . . Knows and applies her nursing in- formation. Her focus is on Europe, with a possibility of oceanliner nursing. io SUSAN KATZ QQ , Sue . . . A reposing attitude . . . Enjoys the avant-garde life . . . Long black hai: . She is inclined toward rxorl-ling ai Rosewood or Spring Crowe hospital and perhaps travel. COURTNEY A. KEHOE Court . . . A jovial ez-:trovert . . . "ln' on b the grapevine . . . Mischief in her eye . . . Sports and dancinff . . . Strains of ,Irv-sv, I' u.ke strusmmin' . I-Ier futilre holds Medical- ' L 'X Surgical Nursing in D. C. , and then she's Colorado -bound. fifj 641 Carieatiues of nursing -- C. Kehoe: L. Ellis. A. Riulort, ll. fallen, Cmiii Q: 25 Qs PATRICIA A. KNIGHTS Pat . . . Enjoys the "quietness" of apart- ment living . . . Quick to laugh, hard to provoke . . . Record fan. After serving in the Navy Nurse Corps, Pat plans to go into Public Health, the Peace Corps or W.H.O. CAROLE A. KOENIC Carol . . . An abundance of dorm and so- cial life . . . Academic strivings are well rewarded . . . Enjoys good humor . . . Turtle-necks . . . Untamed vigor. She centers her future on cardiac nursing at University Hospital, and later on obtaining her 1naster's degree. 9 Pepsi machines get a workout -- N. Peck, A Kuthrell. ROBERTA W. KUI-IFUSS Bobbie . . . An avid conversationalist . . Her toils often go unrecognized . . . A bridge enthusiast. She plans to focus on Public Health or Medical-Surgical Nursing at University Hospital. SHARON H. LEIDERMAN Sharon . . . Serene and sincere . . . An avid shutter bug . . . A student and a wife. Sharon seeks a career in Public Health. f ? , .W ff ww SUSAN E. LEE Sue . . . a wealth of mirth . . . Often dons cut-offs and "sneaks" . . . That fas- cinating rhythm . . . A creeping blush. The Psychiatric Institute will be her job center this summerg then it's off to gradu- ate work. JANE B. LENDERKING jane . . . A ready merry maker, yet has depth of thought . . . Freckles and natural curls. Her future focuses on University Hos- pital and marriage, and later Public Health Nursing. E' , in --5, VALERIE A. LIPPY Val . . . A ready opinion . . . A dignified reserve . . . Relishes antiques and knitting . . . A Scout leader. She hopes someday to View a Canadian sunset. CAROLYN L. LUSBY Carolyn . . . Always cheerful, always study- ing . . . she wishes to turn her "hope house" into a reality with Dan's help and possibly do general duty nursing. 1 , X ,- ,,,:s:2::e-se-r- 11 :51 PHYLLIS MARGUILES Phyllis . . . A buoyant minx . . . Fancies stereo and paperbacks . . . Long, raven hair. True to her nature, she hopes to travel after graduation. 28 l Class Break -- S. Connor, I. Hoar, H. Cuthrell Kehoe, C. Cole, B. Baldwin, E. McDonald, D. O'Neal, C. Koenig, and R. Kuhfuss. GERALDINE F. MENDELSON Geri . . . A ready and hearty laugh . . . Weekly treks to the beautician . . . Eats, drinks and sleeps sporadically. Her future involves worl-Q at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Boston, and graduate school. ,af aw B wif' I v v , EDWARD R. MCDONALD Mr. MCD . . . Father image of our class . . . A dedicated, spiritual guide . . . Totes a briefcase . . . Speaks his mind. He plans to continue his religious work as a missionary after graduation. DIANE MERWITZ Diane . . . A mania for cards . . . Sleepy-eyed look . . . Fun-loving elf. University Hospital, Sinai Hospital, or the Greater Baltimore Medical Center are her three choices to initiate her career. 0 IUDITH R. MILLER JEAN MOSES Judy . . . The dorm psychiatrist . . . The Little Mo . . . A petite lass . . . Reserved knack to energize . . . S.N.C.M, devotee and sophisticated . . . Those daily long . . . A flashing smile. Judy hopes to re- distance calls. She plans to combine mar turn to the Golden Gate City for a career riage with Obstetrical Nursing in Washing in Psychiatric Nursing. ton, D.C. WINIFRED WEBSTER NOTES 'Winnie . . . A subdued spirit . . . A covert drive . . . A warm congenial na- ture . . . Spurts of giggles . . . Often the class chauifeur. This married member of the class plans to attend graduate school in the future. 30 19? 1 9 1 DIANE O' DONNELL Diane . . . A new love with each new sea- son . . . "Donald Duck" . . . Her second home at Ruth's . . . A sparkling smile. Diane is undecided about her future work but is looking forward to apartment living in D. C. Cap fluting time -- B. jenkins, N. Peck. ..,,,.,., . ,-,, , , z I 'Z 1 I DANIEL I. O'NEAL Dan . . . An intellectual in whites . . . Level-headed . . . Clean-cut look. The U. S. Army and, hopefully, the seminary are in line for Dan. JANIS C. ORLEANS Janis . . . An intriguing elusiveness . . . Refined and reserved . . . Terry put a "sparkler" on her finger. She anticipates a combined career of marriage, travel, and graduate school. x 1 , 4 ..'.:? ah? ,,.,.z 'L has CLAIRE L. PAYNE Claire . . . A perfectionist . . . A playful, witty spirit . . . A nurse that became a patient. Medical-Surgical Nursing and eventually graduate school are in store for Claire. NAN K. PUE Nan . . . Effortless mirth . . . Greatest love is horses . . . Accomplished guitar strumrner . . . Dabbles in the arts. Nan would like to retire as first mate on P. Roche's boat after graduation. ra NANCY PECK Nancy . . . Frills, flowers, and femininity . . . Busy, artistic hands . . . A dernure damsel. Nancy plans to use her skill in Pediatric Nursing. PRISCILLA A. RIUTORT Ann . . . lncessant energy . . . Unre- strained spirits . . . "Hey, Iheard a joke" . . . A heartfelt laugh . . . A candid shutterbug . . . An intent student. Travel mixed with nursing are in the future for Ann. Tl-IELMA H. ROBERTSON QR. 1 Bobbie . . . A self-assured sophisticate . . . A unique wit . . . Enjoys knitting, sailing, and tennis . . . Excels in writing and art. Her future is uncertain, but is sure to be as lively as she is. PATRICIA T. ROCHE QBelowj Roach . . . Her manner is a quiet blend of poetry . . . Whiskey sours, Dacquiris, and Martinis . . . Industrious in her work and studies . . . Sensitive. Pat would like to go into retirement on her Sailboat after graduation. HK ,ffm , '4?"v" 5 P 9 The dorm phone keeps ringing -- C. Johnson 33 4 ' .f:i-1:,,.:,,, 5 , s as x '.,,,., , 1, . a it ,- 5 , ,.. ,. MA RITA SILVERMA N Boo . . . Our perky, one-woman informa- tion center . . . A blase attitude disguises her sincerity . . . A flair for vivid colors. Marita intends to pursue a career in Ob- stetrical or Medical-Surgical Nursing. DEMETRA M. SPANOS Dee . . . Deeply perceptive . . . Class catnaps . . . A mind of her own . . . Sharp wit. She will enter into Psychiatric Nursing and later may obtain her maSter's degree. The seven A. M. ritual -- C. Lusby and P. Coe. CAROL THONIPSON Carol . . . A captivating smile . . . Poised and chic . . . An air of tranquility envelops her. The Navy will benefit from her nursing skills for the next three years. CAROL A. TYLER Toby . . . A genial support . . . A fancy for felines . . . A serene affect . . . Her laugh is light. Toby will utilize her per- sonality well in Psychiatric Nursing and then she hopes to move on to Medical- Surgical Nursing. vw' is y 5.75, .i e,,,a xx The rooms are small but we're happy -- M. T. Ward and V. Lippy. CATHERINE VITTO Cathy . . . Small in stature, big in ideas . . . Bible study group . . . An empathetic and understanding nature . . . An inner tranquility. Cathy has her eye on a surgical specialty at the National Institutes of Health. fax Aww, 6 Ss-2 'f . .- 'if 5a0'ici A 5 5 , , f 235 Z? if W fl, L x iw: -, . ..,:,M fy, visi- ' 8 , 4 W . lin 1 , dai? ni V The early bird gets the shower -- 1, Timm. 36 CAROL L. WAGNER Carol. . . Fun-loving deviltry . . . Nature-lover . . . Mountain climbing and long hikes . . . Long nights cracking the books. Nursing and travel await Carol after graduation. MARILYNN A . VOGT Voget . . . Blondes do have more fun . . Diligence in work and study . . . Laugh- ter is easily provoked . . . Becoming freckles. Graduation will initiate a com- bination career of travel and nursing. E! ,mf Z 7 -ze'-iv 1,3 - 1 -, V ', i f ' f f fg aa- - Ii i P. L'-sk 'wi " Vik QF ,fill-?5a'5ll5-1-'bf-'2 5 1", :V wh 4 -V ' Y- tr . 1'i f2-'3slb+ t1' i "'15FF5:'?v3r?i?'3-Ef -'F ifi' 3 W L 0 2 MARY THOR SON WARD Mary . . . A zealous reader . . . De- cember bride on Chapel Hill . . . A re- tiring and pleasant disposition. Her nursing career and marriage will take her to Montgomery County or Washington, D. C. CHARLOTTE WEYNIOUTH Char . . . A sympathetic listener . Often a capable mediator . . . A quick forty winks in class . . . Frequently a canned fruit and soup diet. The Peace Corps or the Ship Hope are in her future plans "Why so early in the morning?" -- D. Exler pf-f- Y -Y Y in YY YYY- - New g, .' Ye old elevator -- C. Kehoe, J. Moses, R. Elliot, M. is 9 PENELoPE A. YOUNG Penny . . . Volubility and vivacity . . .A A bright and ceaseless smile . . . Twin- kling eyes to match. She aspires to work on a psychiatric ward and to eventually travel the world over. mm alumnimkiiifwswismsgnwwmwi:1Mvvwm+mBemrr: eQ .f','f.fY1I!'m.? nw ' 'iv ,' 'T ,',, .W ,av . J , f u CAROL ROZEBOOM WIKE Rozeboom . . . A conscientious student . . A staid constitution . . . The nurse with a microscope . . . One of the married set. Carol intends to Work in Public Health after graduation. Vogt. Sf V"Hey you all, man in the hall !!!" 38 -' 1 friffi.nf..1IQ, X '.1', ,-LH-i W.Z-!f 1.im'r:.f'i.-,.1 .iimui l E l.f.!l 1.r- ,- - Pictures Not Available: SUSAN H. BEANS Sue . . . Our "cloud nine" girl . . . A bit 'fl forgetful . . . That "extra" history course . . . An apartment dweller . . . Hiber- nates to study . . . Has circled the globe. Sue plans a career in Psychiatric Nursing. in fe ROSILAND SAKS Rozzie . . . Vivacious . . . Weekend warrior . . . Telephone marathons . . . Jumbo rollers under a "Martl1a Washington" Cap. Rozzie plans to utilize her nursing skills in Pediatric or Psychiatric Nursing. ' 3 .,,. , "What have they got that we haven't got?" ex- claims S. Conner to C. Weymouth. '4,,f- "Will the papers never end!" C. Evans asl-:S C. Payne. 39 C 1 R, 11. ,, T- 'wi EB SENIOR DIRECTORY ABRAMSON, SANDRA -- 853 Camden Ave, Cumberland, Maryland. ALBRIGHT, SARA L. -- 5509 Glenwood Rd., Bethesda 34, Md. Beloit College: Kappa Delta. Baltimore: Big Sister. ALLEN, MARILYN L. -- 6407 Orchid Dr., Bethesda, Md. -- C.P.: Kappa Kappa Gamma, Old Line -- Legislature. Balt: Big Sister, Choir, MEDICINE DROPPER, SGA treas., THE PLEDGE, Homecoming Queen. BALDWIN, BARBARA A. -- Rd. iii, Mil- ton, Pa. -- C.P. Alpha Xi Delta Balt.: Big Sister, Sigma Theta Tau, THE PLEDGE -- Ed., SGA. Exec. Comm. BAUMANN, NANCY C. -- 2751 Pelham Ave., Balt. I3, Md. -- C.P.: Alpha Lambda Delta, Jud. Board. Balt.: Big Sister, Choir, Sigma Theta Tau, THE PLEDGE -- Business Mgr. BEANS, SUSAN -- R.R. Bayhead Rd., Annapolis, Md. -- C.P.: Alpha Phi, Louisa Parson's. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, Dance Comm., Home- coming Court. BELLE, NANCY K. -- 80l0B Woodgate Court, Balt. 7, Md. BLADES, PAULINE F. -- 208 4th Ave. S.E.3 Glen Burnie, Md. --C.P.: Big Sister, Balt.: Big Sister, Choir, New- man Club, THE PLEDGE, Bake Sale, Cap Fluting Party. BRADY, CATHY -- l905 Norman Rd.3 Arundale, Md. CAMPBELL, NANCY L. -- 215 First St., Crisfield, Md. -- Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, Choir. CASKEY, IUDITH L. -- 8109 Carroll Ave., Takoma Park, Md. -- C.P.: Gamma Phi Beta, Panhel., Big Sister, WRA. Louisa Parson's, judo Club. Balt.: Big Sister, Choir, -- MEDICINE DROPPER, Dance Comm., THE PLEDGE, Fire Marshall. J. Lenderking practicing for Public Health. CERNIGLIA, SHERRY -- 406 Royal St. Salisbury, Md. -- Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA. CHEW, DONNA E. -- l5l5 Fernley Rd. Balt., Md. -- C.P.: Louisa Parson's, Dorm Historian. Balt.: Big Sister, THE PLEDGE, Nominations Comm., MEDICINE DROPPER. Beltsville 5, Md. -- C.P.: Commuter's Assoc. Balt.: Big Sister, Bible Study. COLE, CYNTHIA -- l80 Campus-Rd., Staten, Island, N.Y. -- C.P.: Kappa Alpha Theta, Newman Club, Pep Club. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, New- man Club, Dance Comm., Homecoming Court, THE PLEDGE. CONNOR, SUSAN M. -- 3708 Webster St., Brentwood 22, Md. -- C.P.: New- COE, PRISCILLA A. -- 4300 Maple Pl., man Club, Commuters Assoc. Balt.: Big Sister, Choir, MEDICINE DROPPER -- Feature Ed., Newman Club. CUTHRELL, HARRIETTE A. -- 19 Thomas Rd., Glen Burnie, Md. -- C.P.: Alpha Lambda Delta. Balt.: Big Sister -- Chm., SNCM, NSNA, Choir -- Sec'y and Lib., Jr. V.P. Sec'y of Sr. Class, Sigma Theta Tau, Bible Study. DORSEY, SUSAN V. -- Sykesville, Md. -- C.P.: 4-H Club. Balt.: Big Sister, Choir, Sr. Coc. Chm., Newman Club, Dance Comm., THE PLEDGE. DUKE, VICTORIA M. -- 3616 Lochearn Dr., Balt., Md. -- Balt.: SNCM, NSNA, THE PLEDGE . ELLIOTT, ROSEMARY -- 209 Maryland Avenue, Cambridge, Md. -- Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, Choir, Jr., Sec'y Sr. Pres., SGA Exec., THE PLEDGE. 7 ELLIS, LINDA L. -- RFD ii7 Eastview, Frederick, Md. -- C.P.: Big Sister, Homecoming Comm. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, Choir -- Pres., SGA, Dance Comm., THE PLEDGE. EVANS, GAYLE, S. -- 1711 Cody Dr., Silver Spring, Md. -- C.P.: Gamma Sigma Sigma. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, Choir, SGA -- Soc. Chm. Sr Pres., THE PLEDGE, Fire Marshal. FINKE, JEAN -- 400 Stevenson La., Balt. 4, Md. -- C.P.: Newman Club, Varsity Swimming, WRA. Balt.: New- man Club. FISCHER, LYNN -- Sweet Air Estates, Liberty Rd.g Sykesville, Md. GALOTTA, DANA V. -- 3139 University Blvd., Kensington, Md. -- C.P.: Louisa Parson's, Big Sister, Dorm Ac- tivities Chm. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, MEDICINE DROPPER, Newman Club, THE PLEDGE, Nominations Comm. GARNER JUNE C -- 11980 Andrew St Wheaton Md Balt Big Sister L SNCM, NSNA, MEDICINE DROPPER -- News Ed., THE PLEDGE. GERSON, LINDA D. -- 605 Elm Ave.3 Takoma Park, Md. -- C.P.: Hillel, Louisa Parson's -- Sec'y. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, THE PLEDGE. HALL, KAREN -- 4 Durham Court, Ellicott City, Md. -- C.P.: Wesley Foundation. Balt.: Big Sister. I-IALPERIN, JOAN -- Box 407, Harvey Ceders, N.J. -- Balt.: Big Sister. I I 7 ii 1 1 Su Lge , . -2 , . " .C h' ' , c ' 41 L G 15542243 Mm "5 Mrs . Proctor HARRYMAN, CAROLE A. -- 16801 Collins Ave., Miami 54, Fla. -- Balt.: Big Sister. HOAR, JUDITH A. -- Clark Avenue, Deale, Md. -- C.P.: Louisa Parson's. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM -- Sr. Repr. Sr Recording Sec'y., Sr. Treas., NSNA, Choir. JENKINS, LISABETH A. -- 7862 Lake Crest Dr., Charleston Village, Green- belt, Md. -- C.P.: Ski Club. Balt.: Big Sister. JODLBAUER, FRANCIS C. -- 504 Dela- ware Ave., Elkton, Md. -- Balt.: Choir, SGA -- Soc. Chm., Newman Club, Fire Marshal. JOHNSON, WARRENE R. -- 1708 Margie Dr., McLean, Va. -- C.P.: Pi Beta Phi, Fresh. Queen Court, May Queen Court. Balt.: Big Sister, Class Historian, Dance Comm., Fire Marshal. KATZ, SUSAN -- 3740 Clarinth Rd., Balt. 15, Md. C.P.: Hillel. KEHOE, COURTNEY A. -- 8514 Adel -- phi Rd., Hyattsville, Md. -- C.P.: Kappa Kappa Gamma, College Casino. Balt.: Big Sister, Choir, Sr. Historian, MEDICINE DROPPER -- Ed., SGA, THE PLEDGE, Homecoming Court. KNIGHTS, PATRICIA A. -- 4113 Fairfax Ave., Landover Hills 84, Md. -- C.P.: Newman Club, Louisa Parson's. Balt.: SNCM, NSNA. KOENIG, CAROLE A. -- 211 S. First St., Denton, Md. -- C.P.: Angel Flight. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, Dance Comm., THE PLEDGE. KUHFUSS, ROBERTAW. -- 1616 Hartsdale Rd., Balt. 12, Md. -- C.P.: Alpha Gamma Delta -- Rec. Sec'y, Newman Club. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, Newman Club, THE PLEDGE. LEE, SUSAN, E. -- 21 Mattingly Ave., Indian Head, Md. -- C.P.: WRA, Gym- kana. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, Jr. Pres, SGA Exec., THE PLEDGE, Dance Comm., Fire Marshal. LEIDERMAN, SHARON H. -- 13404 Dauphine St., Silver Spring, Md. -- C.P.: Big Sister. Balt.: Jr. Historian. LENDERKING, JANE B. -- 9526 Ewing Dr., Bethesda, Md. -- C.P.: Kappa Alpha Theta, Jud. Board. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, Dance Comm., Fire Marshal, Homecoming Court. LIPPY, VALERIE A. -- 3418 Elmora Ave., Balt. 13, Md. -- C.P.: Angel Flight. Balt.: Big Sister. LUSBY, CAROLYN L. -- 3303 Laurel Ave., Cheverly, Md. -- C.P.: Com- muters Assoc. Balt.: Sigma Theta Tau, Phi Kappa Phi, Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, Bible Study, Fire Marshal. MARGULIES, PHYLLIS -- 9130 Brad- ford Rd., Silver Spring, Md. MCDONALD, EDWARD R. -- 6902 Windsor Mill Rd., Balt. 7, Md. MENDELSON, GERALDINE F.-- 9501 New Hampshire Avenue, Silver Spring, Md. -- C.P.: Jud Board, Dorm Pres., Louisa Parson's. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, THE PLEDGE. MERWITZ, DIANE -- 4406 White Oak Ave., Balt, Md. -- C.P.: Hillel. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, Choir, Fire Marshal. MILLER, IUDITH R. -- 333 Radcliffe Ave., Hagerstown, Md. -- C.P.: SGA, Wesley Foundation. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM -- 2nd V.P. and Chm. NEIC, NSNA Delegate to San Francisco Conven., THE MEDICINE DROPPER, Dance Comm., THE PLEDGE. MOSES, JEAN -- 5320 Hampden Lane, Bethesda, Md. -- C.P.: Kappa Alpha Theta. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA. NOTES, WINIFRED W. -- 6l46 Spring hill Terr. Apt. 1035 Greenbelt, Md. -- Balt.: Big Sister. O'DONNELL, DIANE M. -- 3509 Ma- comb St. N.W.1 Wash., D.C. -- C.P.: judo Club. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA. O'NEAL III, DANIEL J. -- 6402 Ager Rd., W. Hyattsville, Md. -- Balt.: Phi Kappa Phi, Guild of St. Barnabas for Nurses, Sigma Theta Tau. . . - ,.- ORLEANS, IANIS C. -- 9500 Colesville Rd.: Silver Spring, Md. -- C.P.: Alpha Epsilon Phi, Louisa Parsons -- treas. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, MEDICINE DROPPER -- Assist. Ed., Dance Comm., THE PLEDGE. Home- coming Court. PAYNE, CLAIRE L. -- 512 Anneslie Rd., Balt., Md. -- C.P.: Louisa Par- son's -- V.P. 8 Pres., Dorm Exec. Council, Red Cross Rep. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, Ir. Soc. Chm., SGA V.P., Jud. Board. PECK, NANCY -- 7815 Overhill Rd.: Bethesda, Md. -- C.P.: Alpha Delta Pi -- Historian, UCCF, Chapel Choir. Balt.: SNCM, NSNA, MEDICINE DROPPER -- Art Ed., Choir, Fire Marshal, THE PLEDGE. PUE, NAN K. -- Woodsboro. Md. -- C.P.: Louisa Parson's, Chapel Choir, Golf Club, Riding Club, Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, Dance Comm., THE PLEDGE, S.U. Christmas Win- dow. '-f ... Jed' if LOBBY 43 mmmmmsszvi-.A zafrafwzaaimuele-.-.-.1 -:J -.i.nf..iQi. - .s1fffam- -T RIUTORT, PRISCILLA A. -- 2512 Nor- cross St., Marlow Hghts., Md, -- C.P.: Gamma Phi Beta -- Soc. Chm., People-to-People, Big Sister, Vol. for Mental Health, Elections, WRA, judo Club, Gamma Sigma Sigma. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, Choir, MEDICINE DROPPER -- Circulations Ed., jr. Treasurer, SGA Exec. -- House Pres., Jud. Board Pres., Fire Marshal Pres., Dance Comm., THE PLEDGE. ROBERTSON, THE LMA H. -- Woodland Road, Salisbury, Md. -- Kendall Coll. -- Chem. Club -- Pres., Jud. Board, Home- coming Queen. Northwestern U.: Delta Gamma -- Soc. Chm., SAE Little Sister, Homecoming Court, Pre-Vet. Club -- Sec'y, Pajama Race Court, Newspaper, Radio Station Announcer -- WMNU. Balt.: S.U. Board, Homecoming Court. ROCHE, PATRICIA T. -- 2901 Edison Highway, Balt., Md. -- Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, Sigma Theta Tau, THE PLEDGE. SAKS, ROSALIND -- 3911 Clarks La. Balt., Md. -- C.P.: Young Democrats. Balt.: Big Sister, Dance Comm., Fire Marshal. SILVERMAN, MARITA -- 5525 30th St. N.W., Wash., D.C. -- C.P.: Hillel, Commuters Club. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, S.U. Board, MEDICINE DROPPER -- Managing Ed., THE PLEDGE. SPANOS, DEMETRA M. -- 3603 Parkside Dr., Balt., Md. THOMPSON, CAROL -- 5921 Rossmore Dr., Bethesda, Md. TYLER, CAROL -- Box 234g Delmar, Del -- Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, Choir, S.U. Board, SGA. VITTO, CATHERINE -- ll4l0 Old George town Rd., Rockville, Md. -- C.P.: Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship. Balt.: Big Sister, THE PLEDGE, Bible Study. VOGT, MARILYNN A. -- 7208 Denton Rd.g Bethesda, Md. -- C.P.: Dorm Comm., Louisa Parson's. Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, Choir. WAGNER, CAROL L. -- l470l Blackburn Roady Burtonsville, Md. -- C.P.: Com- muters Club -- Bunny Girl. Balt.: Big Sister, Choir, Bible Study. WARD, MARY T. -- 210 Bynum Ridge Road, Forest Hill, Md. -- C.P.: Alpha Xi Delta. Balt.: Big Sister, Choir. WEYMOUTH, CHARLOTTE -- 5813 Lone Oak Drive, Bethesda, Md. -- C.P.: Alpha Xi Delta. Balt.: Choir, SGA Exec. -- Treas., THE PLEDGE. WIKE, CAROL A. -- 3635 Campfield Rd., Balt., Md. -- C.P.: Pi Beta Phi, Women's Chorus. YOUNG, PENELOPE A. -- 2031 Edmond- son Avenue, Catonsville, Md. -- C.P.: Newman Club, Dorm Treas., Balt.: Big Sister, SNCM, NSNA, Sr. V.P., Newman Club, THE PLEDGE. PRA YER To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaveng A time to be born, and a time to dieg a time to plant, and a time to pluck that which is plantedg A time to kill, and a time to heal, a time to break down, and a time to build up, A time to Weep, and a time to laughg a time to mourn, and a time to danceg A time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together, a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracingg A time to get, and a time to lose, a time to Win, and a time to cast awayg A time to rend, and a time to sew, a time to keep silence, and a time to speak, , J,V A time to love, and a time to hateg a time of war, and a time of peace. Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 .J : M- 3 P' ,,f. ..-a ,Q 1- ., 1 , .Lif- , fr, je,- K: ' 1 v-- -N ,. 'f' -xi Allin! CLASS Four years is not a great drop in the bucket of time, but to us who have spent our last four years in this school of nursing they have swelled to a near tidal wave of memories and experiences in living and learning. Through the haze of events many stand out and can be easily recalled and relived mentally with a smile, or a frown, or a brief embarrassing twinge . . . The first feeling -- an overwhelming sense of vastness of the College Park Campus . . . the excitement of football games . . dorm life . . . sorority and fraternity fun and friendship . . . struggling through zool, micro, and chem labs . . . the long library hours -- not always spent studying! . . . gradually learn- ing who were our nursing classmates . . . campaigns and elec- tions . . . walking "miles" in ten minutes through the mud, snow, and rain . . . eight o'clock classes . . . four o'clock labs . . . loving college life but longing to be in Baltimore, and Nursing, and . . . Biochem and Pharm . . . the labs we never had . . . unrelenting heat . . . 506 movies . . . "concrete jungle" . . . One o'clock and our beacon -- the Bromo Seltzer Tower . . . and the joy of those nineteen one o'clocks . . . tennis courts and lost dollars on lost tennis balls . . . Parson's I-lall -- complete with heat in the summer. mice. roaches. and soot . . . but home . . . pigeons at dawn . . . our very comfortable sundeck -- filled with bathing beauties . . . anxiously awaiting the "men" . . . Peds -- "the nicest way to start" . . . our first delivery . . , Med-Surg: care studies, care plans, study guide questions . . . typewriters whizzing at two a.m .... 46 HI TORY the first injection . . . "Rub two cells together, ladies" . . . Mr. "C" . . . the excitement of being in the hospital . . . boys in white . . . Med-Surg exams -- more like reading a novel . . . Homecoming -- our queen, Marilyn Allen . . . trips to College Park on weekends . . . desserts . . . long distance phone calls . . . studying in the S.U .... nightly trips to the hospital for assignments . . . the red dot on a thermometer . . . hoppers -- and learning to work them the hard way . . . junior-Senior Prom . . . "Ruth's" . . . scrub and scrub and scrub . . . "now youngsters" . . . first time to the O.R. . . . showers for lucky instructors . . . elevators that "always" work . . . farewell Miss Conley -- hello Miss Hale . . . the 75th Anniversary . . . singing at Med. School Convocation . . . watching the Seniors graduate . . . dreaming . . . "only one more day of strife" . . . only one more year to go! . . . And there we found . . . Gown and mask technique . . . bib cards . . . and bridge cards . . . lPR's . . . playing head nurse . . . washing and ironing caps . . . bib cards . . . Senior pictures Csomehow that white cap made them more'flattering than everlj . . . South Baltimore -- rise and shine at five a.m.! . . . Stryker frames and wheel chairs . . . stamping out disease -- in lO degree weather . . . what do you know -- a semester break! . . . ordering graduate caps and uniforms . . . papers, papers, papers . . . more dia- monds appearing . . . and then the BIG WEEK . . . Class Picnic . . . Cap Stringing . . . SGA Banquet . . . Convocation in frilly white caps . . . Senior dinner-dance . . . and then graduation in a sea of strange faces, but in a pool of dearly loved ones. Four years was not such a long time after all! Courtney A. Kehoe Historian 47 ANDID 1-2:7 H A4 A. cunhrell and N. Peck Q as 5 , f aim if 2 fum 79? Q 'QEQ fav? f fagii Well, I've broken the cigarette habit! " Toby Tyler. wifi 4 C T. .-1 2, ' , ,,1 Q - ?,s-'ff-3,f,:,,,,5wig:-f:'-,,: , , ,V . - aw, , , ..x:,,-.,-i:,.:.,-.f. ' -7 .' ,i 513fs2 v 1' - -. 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" 1-gut j xii, JH' V- -Wu. 1 :f,-vis-iv .rr yn - .a -a , ,A- A 'Paw . if X up A,-I, A gvfgf, -51.9 5, M... V, . yi., ,f 1525 4' ivy, 1--usp, , - ,952 VCP, Y , 1 ,xv '-1 f. , '- - N -'f Rf ,. ., ., 4,V.m, - H' ,qw 1 A 4 , ,wa yy. ,hs f . . b . .iw yt? ,-,, , ,Tal , . , , V f,g.u,z, I-5 ri '..,1n, ,frgf--, :" -1 -, ZS :."'f.' ' 5" ' ,-'-V' 5,"'r's.' f . -f " ' PM .-,QM "' ' 1 . 151: ,X ,ff ' , .V fav A 1. ' , ' - R "fm ' PTY X :if fy ,I mg, 453.3 mf- . 7' N. i 2"2?.1u3 ' ' A M . , . TIA- '- ., , V-,I ' XJ?" , .f x,g,g. 'HZ' V OR CAN ZA T10 LE GE STAFF brig Pictured below are C. Cole and B. Kulrfuss QONJ FLOORJ, and C. Koenig, P. Blades, and N. Bau- mann QSEATEDQ, who are working hurriedly on a layout so that it will be in on time. . I 64 X 5 i. 55. 5 W. 9 6 , S... M - N "'A' 5 Above, looking pensive, is the able edi- tor of THE PLEDGE, Barbara Baldwin. P -si Members of THE PLEDGE staff arefSEATEDj 1 C. Cole, N. Baumann, B. Kuhfuss, B. Baldg Win, A. Riutort, C. Koenig, fSTANDlNCj, -M E be ,E C, J. THE PLEDGE is the Year- book of the School of Nursing. The staff is com posed of seniors and ju- niors. THE PLEDGE offers students the oppor- tunity to demonstrate their abilities in journal- ism, photography, and their Willingness to "meet the deadline QQ f -i df,-1 w-. C , N .1 if X .' .--.i. n- ' Eager for patrons and advertisements for THE PLEDGE are P Blades N. Baumann, and S. Dorsey, who comprise the Business Staff of the Yearbook. A C. lxehoe, N. Peel-1, P. Xoung, N. Pue, J. Garner, QI. Caskey, S. Dorsey, J. Orleans, M. Silverman, P. Blades, and M. Allen. 65 at Pictured below is Miss Dyson who dedi cated much time and effort to THE PLEDGE as faculty advisor. fs nga-. c. lvl E I-T' T DE COVER ME ASSOCIATIO Members of the SGA Executive Coimcil were: QSEATEDJ C. Paine, C-. Evans, A. Riutortg QSTANDINGJ L. Ellis, C. Kehoe, C. lodlbauer, and R. Elliott. Not pictured were: B. Wood, M. Silverman, C. Weymouth, B. Baldwin, L. Cavton, C. Kehoe, L. Ellis and I. Hoar. The judiciary Board of the SGA had as its members: C. Paine, A. Riutort, and S. Laibe. Each student of the School of Nursing is a member of the SGA. The purpose of this organization is to uphold high standards of conduct and scholarship, to encourage good fellowship among students, to create a sense of unity with the faculty, and to instill an appreciation for the need for continuous professional growth. Miss A. Dougherty is the faculty advisor to the SGA. 2 4, L49 .l ' A X '1' . , , i f V'n-' a l L 1 F T The SGA officers were: QSEATEDQ C. Paine, G. Evans, C. jodlbauerg QSTANDINCQ B. Wood, C. Weymouth, and A. Riutort. 66 ,qi Members of the MEDICINE DROPPER staff are: QSEATEDQ M. Silver- man, I. Orleans, C. Kehoe, J. Garner, and N. Peck. STANDING are B. Callahan, S. Connor, I. Caslftey, M. Allen, andA. Riutort. The MEDICINE DROPPER is the paper for the School of Nursin , y and is mimeographed every g ,Vl9llllf!llllll5lllWll month. It includes articles about many campus activities as Well as new items concerning the stu- dents and activities of the School of Nursing. Pictured below is Mr. H. Cardellino, who is the faculty advisor to the MEDICINE DROPPER. X - Y Y I I , . ', 1, I I' ' 1 I I , .- '. L.. I- ,,, I-: , E Y " .1 - Y' - -f 1, ,f mi , QL! Q , A As editor of the MEDICINE DROPPER, Courtney Kehoe is frequently heard saying, "Girls, if you have any news, PLEASE let me lcnow." 67 577 UNI OR CLASS OFFICER X jrmior class officers J. Chew, social chairmang C. Dempsey, seoretaryg L. Cayton, prcsidentg L. Edminster, historiang V. Powers, vice-prcsidcutg and N. Grover, treasurer. E ICR CLASS OFFICER - H 11 . ' 1 F 1 M fl kffff 'S Senior class officurs VI. Hou, troaSLu'or5 S. Dorsey, social chairmung P. Young, vice-preSider1tgR. Elliott, presi doutg A. Culhroll. SUCYCI.2lTE,'Q and C. Kchoc, hisztorian. 68 r . l T DE T N UR E, COUNCIL OF MARYLAN SNCM officers were: QSEATEDJ I. Miller, J. Hoar and QSTANDINCJ S. Rohrcr, R. liuhfuss. The Student Nurses' Council is "our" organization designed to foster the growth of nursing students in our personal and professional life as we prepare to carry out our future responsibilities as professional persons. One of its purposes is to stimulate an understanding and interest in the programs of the American Nurses' Association and the National League for Nurses. Representing the University of Maryland are: Judy Miller, who is the second vice-president of SNCM, Judy Hoar, who is the corresponding secretary of SNCM, Susan Rohrer, who is the University of Maryland representative to SNCM, and Bobby Kuhfuss, who is on the nominating committee for district number 2. Pictured below are just a handful of the members of thc Student Nurses Coiuicil of Maryland. N. Grover, A. Riutort, J. Hoar, S. Rohrer, C. Payne, P. Young, L. Ellis, and C. Koenig. 69 I GMA THETA TAU A. Society of Nursing. lt is a society dedi- Cuthrell and N. Baumann. Not pictured are: D. Sigma Theta Tau members pictured above are O'Neal, P. Roche, B. Baldwin, and C. Lusby. Sigma Theta Tau is the National Honor cated to the task of promoting high pro- fessional standards. Membership requirements include an academic aver- age of not less than 3.0. Qualities of leadership, capacity for professional growth, and desirable personality traits are also evaluated. Phi Kappa Phi is the national honor society for seniors in the top ten percent of Maryland's graduating class. An overall average of not less than 3.3 is required for membership. 3 1, ',MYW, 8 'T' WWW, PHI KAPP Q PHI Ve. sig .h V B. A T2-. l- -:.-,.,x '5 NJA Mum ! Phi Kappa Phi members are D. O'Neal and C. Lusby. 70 CHOIR Linda Ellis, president of the Choir reports that, "under the expert leadership of Mr. Charles I-Iaslup from Towson State College, the choir has had a very successful year which included many varied activities. At Christmas We Went caroling at the Naval Academy Hos- pital and University Hospital. ln the spring a joint program was held with the Men's Glee Club from Towson at Baltimore City Hos- pitals. The year ended with the traditional participation in the Medical School Convocation." At the keys is Mr. Charles Haslup, Choir Director. Choir members QKNEELINGJ S. Dorsey, P. Kicullen, C. Kehoe, 1. Caslcey, K. Liberatore, M. Allen, I. Lanl-Q, and C. Wagner. STANDING are: R. Elliott, D. Merwitz, I. Hoar, G. Evans, J. Moses, V. Leslie, T. Tyler, A. Cuthrell, Librarian, S. Conner, C. Payne, C. Koenig, S. Rohrer, L. Ellis, president, A. Riutort, N. Pue, A. Harper, J. Orleans, K. Cummerforcl, I. Debrovy, C. Cherry, N. Peck, and J. Garner. Sv . . 2,5 N . 71 'nik , , 4' 3 er 'Km BIB E TUDY GBC Members of the Bible Study Group meet every Wednesday to investigate the Bible together. Pictured above are QSEATEDJ A. Guthrell, C. Vitto, N. Peck, P. Coe, and N. Grover, QSTANDINGI C. Davidson, S. Rohrer, C. Lusby, G. Evans, J. Garner, and C. Wagner. ,. .y-'b -rw . . - 3Jl?,fe 55" ' J '9 1: 5 iv! Ig. ry, 4, gi w l 1 ., J, ,. Rfk 57 I A if ,, ' 14- : .45n hz W A " 4 ', 19, vi -' G . Lg. 4 fn, -,HV 5 I, , hw ' ng! 1 ' 4. N l' . f ' ' f' xp f 1 4 . f' Y ' ef N v , A I 5. is :m m -Vf.'i s T, 1' -,g aff 4, 2 - ,vw v wi , :J T V ' ezxfav Jw P . l . ' 434 1? ' . 'Aff' ' 1- i gxf' I W , . , .. K .1 .A - 5 , ug .. fi 1 - .lfw - ' ,f .gig ' v , A t . , r- 4 " -lb , , 1.1 fa T r f f . -V ,, . , 'lf' 'fa f .' x 4 - ua Q' 8 . 4 - 1 , 4"?5Zi5:?GZ -ff. hi 'w Toby Tyler and Marita Silverman represent the Nursing School. T DE UNIO BOARD BEPBE E TATIVE The purpose of the Student Union Board is to regulate dormitory, dining, and other non-academic facilities, and to contribute to a Well-rounded social, recreational, and cultural life on campus. Representatives are elected annually from each of the pro- fessional schools of Dentistry, Law, Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy. Togeth- er they form and function as representatives of the student body. 72 M EM ORIAM For many years, the students residing in Parson's Hall had adopted Mrs. Edythe Brown as their mother away from home. Her sincere concern for each and every one of us, her friendly advice, her gentle reprimands, and her nightly rounds to "tuck us all in" gave dorm living that touch of hominess that we all missed. But suddenly on March 20th of this year she was taken from us and only the wonderful memories of her linger on. One of her favorite poems, "Smile" is so very typical of our Mrs. Brown, our housemother, our friend. A SMILE A smile costs nothing, but it gives much. lt en- riches those Who receive, without making poorer those who give. It takes but a moment, but the memory of it sometimes lasts forever. None is so rich or mighty that he can get along without it, and none is so poor but that he can be made rich by it. A smile creates happiness in the home fosters good will in business, and is the counter- sign of friendship. It brings rest to the weary, cheer to the discouraged, sunshine to the sad, and it is nature's best antidote for trouble. Yet it cannot be bought, begged, borrowed, or stolen, for it is something that is of no value to anyone until it is given away. Some people are too tired to give you a smile. Give them one of yours. As none needs a smile so much as he who has no more to give. Mrs. Edythe Brown STAFF " " 5 .v' 1 . ' . fiift 2 - . F, A' I V ' :X-'-jiifa ef ,1 1 ' g ,L ,- ig ,T .1 , '-V .7f.1. nfltz N ' ' ' .A .f: 4Q4's, ' ' A - if -..xr 1 il ' uf!" Li?1"f.7- ir! 'IFR ' Hfziii E1-:.ff:Aw5.3A.f.. ' v lvlrs. Kley -- Housemother Helen -- Switchboard Mrs. Welch -- Switchboard No Picture Xlrs. Iigiuifman Mrs. Proctor -- Switchboard Houscl-act-ping 73 sci-tool. OF NURSING UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 624 WEST LOMBARD STREET BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 21201 TELEPHONE NUMBER OFFICE or THE DEAN AREA CODE 301-955-B To My Dear Graduates in the School of Nursing of 1966 Time and tide wait for no man! It is hard to realize that I, with some other members of the faculty, have participated at twenty-one graduation exercises for University of Maryland nurses. These graduates have gone into the immediate community and in fact all over the world to practice their chosen work. Your group, the Class of 1966, will be my last as Dean of the School of Nursing of the University. Your potent objective, today, must be the same as it was when I came to the University of Maryland twenty years ago. This objective you already know has prevailed always in professional nursing: that is to teach principles of health and to care for the sick and the dying. You, I am certain, will meet other tremendous health challenges in the practice of nursing, such as being leaders in nursing, teachers, clinical specialists, public health nurses, and others. Your final records in this University will show that you have been scientifically and artistically prepared in a large and progressive Medical Center owned by the State of Maryland and utilized for the educational preparation of those students in the health disciplines of which nursing is a vital part. From now' on your educational decisions for further preparation will be yours . Even though you and I will be separated, obviously, I always will have the School of Nursing of the University of Maryland as my first and foremost interest. It has been a great joy and satisfaction to see an embryo group of 25 students begin in 1952 to study for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Now this number has increased to more than 600 undergraduate students, not including the many registered nurses from other local and out-of-state hospitals and health agencies-- more than 400 of these nurses are enrolled each semester. A graduate program begun in 1956 with an enrollment of 8 students has presently an enrollment of 2l8 students. This program for graduate students in nursing is the second highest of any other college in the University. The University of Maryland School of Nursing has been well received nationally and internationally. It will now embark on a new era because of the many new opportunities in the health sciences: and so accordingly will each class of graduates of this School and other Schools of Nursing, for the poet has aptly said: Mortals that would follow me Love virtue, she alone is free She can teach ye how to climb Higher than the sphery chimep Or if virtue feeble were I-Ieav'n itself would stoop to her. Milton Affectionately, lorence Meda Gipe Dean and Professor 74 Z4 - 1. , 4 uf f5 A Mm ? iq: E 5 1. 'if I LIL " I f 4 f Q 1 -,4 of A , A Af '.,, L fi ' 1 . ,g,g' 'inns ' Xw7QH j 3 4W 2 ,Elly f , , NIH e NW .. V. , 2 ,Mf'2. -4 ,av ,,i ,' ' ,.. ,,wAwf1j1'5 if.. .kk f "Qi, f ,. -x5,,,vl.:g:' .f flfcigk' s n: 5 . mg Q -,A .j' -'rf-u ..- 5 , ' ,Q , A if , , gg! I, A i UNIOR MEDICAL- URGICAL NURSING . ' 7 r' will SXK X Carol H. l-Iosfeld R.N., B.S., M.S. Associate Professor, I-lead, Dept. of Medical and Surgical Nursing. Betty L. Shubkagel R.N., B. S.N. , M. S. Assistant Professor Hector Carclellino R. N., B. S. Instructor f, ., Sf ' X ng ' I z' "ff Patricia L. Brown Claytease juico Sheila Huang R.N., B.S. R.N., B.S., M.S. R.N., B.S., M.S Instructor Instructor Instructor "Sir, did you really swallow your pills?" M. Earle and J. G. Hunt N. S. D. O. 's. 76 u . r .r r l J ,, 22' V ,SPVPQQ , I 4,-yt, A I Q V f f ' 'Q' ,,-.7 ,, , T as if r-T f- 1 tx ,4 , V 4-vi Tv, 1 K ,JJ H , X 1 1A-' iirril 9 f y J Mary jane Sligar Catherine lngle Barbara Ruley R,N., B.S MS R.N., B.S. R.N., B.S. Assistant Professor Assistant Instructor Assistant Instructor Picture Not Available Ann Seymour Madison R.N., B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor Ruth Cook R.N., B.S., M.S. Instructor Dressings can be fun . you're not doing them . . . D. Early and C. Brundelre. UNI OR MEDICAL- URGI CAL N UR SI Total patient care began to have real meaning for us when We entered junior Medical-Surgical Nursing. lt was a source of amazement to us all that We survived the long hours of Work and study. ln future years, We will overlook the hardships and remember -- Doctors' lectures . . . Ruining aprons With AgNO3 . . . "Rub two cells together, ladies!" . . . Ward meds . . . Trach care . . . Fourteen page exams . . . Balanced traction . . . Walking off with med cards . . . Running back to return the narcotics keys . . . White lab coats and mid- night rendezvous at the chart rack . . . Care studies and care plans . . . "Grab your ovaries and run!" . . . Ten minute scrubs . . . The O.R .... The chest side and the general side of the recovery room . . . Army instructors . . . Hot tired aching feet . . . Cardiac arrests . . .N.S.D.O.'s and vital signs . . .3D . . . The mystery of l.P.P.B .... Digoxin, Digitalis, and Digitoxin . . . Bed baths . , . Urinals, bedpans, and drainage bottles . . . Proctoscopy, gastroscopy, bron- choscopy . . . Clinics in the O.P.D .... Decubiti, pre- vention and care . . . Diabetic care studies . . . lrrigations . . . The private floors vs. the wards. The security of an instructor. Although at the time it was hard to appreciate all that was being done for us, now we are thankful for it. 77 . P. P. B. -- Hlndignities Poured on Poor Bachelor Students" - I. Shanklin, M. Earle. -uv- 'Good day. No complaints" -- L. Cayton and P. Benezc. 78 mr vii. . 7 F , aq- .. N liiskl x-.. H I N X wx S NR 'SD N D X ,..-:Q ..,. xx N X wp- -. ., , , X xx X D ecubiti Care , our specialty -- CARE!! AC ARREST 2' nf' I x fix 1 ,vw 'wfff ' :Q un' 'X N 5 fl: , ,1 If ' , .f i ,f X Medications should be poured in a large area where there are few distractions I Hunt, M. Earle, R. A. McLaren. lzifaw. ,fgufrfm " . "ill: , ff, - fffi fi ft 2 fo wvfg ,,,.v 1 f" -2. 1 ' v. "g,fl'1 , HV' - ' ' r ,, I -K.. 1 1- 'P A' 1251? X 1 - X K My 4, 1. x f Hy. vga - fd . , . 17 539 52 25 ' 9' V' ' f, uf--s rf - .21 we N r X Q 233 53 Q r r M 5 I QQ .1 V 7' - A , rl 1 ., 4? . .':4 , j ,, X 1. Q4 522593 2 'QL N M M- ' . M. f 1 'fi "yrs X ' . ' :bil 'f agffgiffg- we , ggi. . 5321: ,eff Slif ' I 753 .-1 V Z f 1 X164 4 9' , A f . . .,. "'lqf?fx'2'h " ,f 1, ,:Ige - f . ,v'7 ' M 1 ' 1 - S ' ' 1- 1 A f "I don't think they Qvant the Med. students to know our sex. " -- A. Harnmcrlund, S. Henry. 1cfLj "ln reality, if :1 patient arrests . . RUN! " L. Ldminslur and -X Hzlnnncrlund. 79 ,fpqga .kv Y'- ., 'T X 's A- I. I . yt "M-m-m-rn! Another aortic valve replacement on the pump. " P. Bonville, and E. Grover. .x ,- QRightj Half a sheet is better than none! -- D. Early and C. . Brundelre. , N. ., .. 4' l ' H Ai 'S- - JAX! "Now you tell us when it hurts. " C. Brundelre and S. Henry. rl Y ' ' " " V ,,-- - 1--' -'lm-1' '-" 3 ' " , I "" " ' """ K 2-fm" -' mt: ,, z -w :f--rkizf: 'v ., '-my 3':..Lf..,' rig? -5, ' --" t fSj'fV1'N-.Q 1- 'Z' 9 3-Q: ff , -gy: I -'jirlji-3:r:r2:':fC1.f " . 1':. 1" 'E'f'g 'S :V .. ' - I . "w 1 ' .igvfzmi igqgjgrg.-3 " :- " fJa5.w1gf.sgg: :A 'r t '1 2F25:2.-I-1'5" 1 . .f f. 1 -ff N e5isj's2Zffifff Q - ff - ' 1... A-,Q ' 5 gfg:::"SiP , t 'ff' , 1 ff f2a.:a1..i:?'2:r. 4" Af. - . -25 1 1211" :- ', ' T 3 51.2. ' V 1 SL H A .5 V .,N,.. 'E X - K. f - , ,1g.,d2g. - f 'f - y. 2' -- 1 "Arc you Sure we're authomzcd per- - , bfi: V 1" -' " sonnel?" P. Bonville and S. Henry. ' ' 'f i , U! ' ' -l ' .I - ly, 'Z 1 - ' - e Qllightj "Yes, ladies, this type ol , ' traction is perfectly balanced at all ' .agiggi , , , 1 - umes. " P. Bonvllle and E. Grover. 80 OBSTETRICS 5 N X X 16 X if AU 1 I I , J Y, , gif fX X. '1-. Z. iv fs., ,,.. t ,, I X V ., Y jk xv --,N Ek 11' 4. -1 7? A il! 5 5 x i-'i X K. SI- lfc42?,vzav .f n 44 .. ' -me fyikfji? ,- , ,, . ., qv"f4fEae2-:Z-5 : :-ftf'f'- if--ff ' 1- .. -1.. 'i?sr12,2zr9 ff.: ' xl, 'fy f 2, 'A , ,-:V ,, -' .. ' 4:57242 5. ', fi . , ,, A , M .ivszwfz " , " N ZPL X ' Q -.1 A ' f' ' - , 5 ' , 1' ,IWW V, ww... , .,,,r.m,MQ.3 . , J , ,l . . azigfzfw. , t - J ' gffzsifuy -i . .,,m1'.5,,,g.9?t S-1 V , 'L' ' Li f ,.a224'f'1'.i?3 ' -. ff' 2 ' , 5 ' .Y-If . .4 , Y . , ,. , VI 3 B'- 1 ,- ' ':-:jf ? ' ' ,if fiat?" . iiffff' B' " -H' gy fr' ' . ww I ,f Q x 1 ! I , fi. U fi 1 Marguerite E. Hydorn Joyce F. Kaetzel Louise Linthicum R.N., B.S., M.Ed., R.N., B.S., M.S. R.N., B.S.N., M.S. C. N. M. Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Associate Professor, Head, maternal and Newborn Nursing. OB TETRIC The miracle of birth was a time of awe for all of us and we will never forget -- Prenatal Clinic . . . Speculums . . . Leopold's maneuvers . . . Pap smears . . . Low salt diets . . . Iron pills . . . Preeclampsia. . .Para 17-O-0-17 . . . Delivery suite . . . Contractions, q. 5 min .... Bloody show . . . , B.O.A .... "l-lello, your care study is delivering!" . . . Perineal preps . . Pant like a puppy mother" An in- dignant cry . . . Night delivery . . . Coffee breaks . . . Apgar 3 . . . Placenta basin . . . Fundus crede qlh . . . Lochia . . . Special charts . . . C. sections . . . Bath or formula demonstrations . . . Terminal sterili- zation . . . Breast binders . . . Dis- charge instructions . . . Newborn Nursery . . . Handwashing and more I 2 X "Push! Mother" - PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE Bruce, Vivian A. -- R.N., B.S M. S. , Instructor Westney, Ouida -- R.N., C.M. handwashing . . . Gown technique . . H.F. il . . . Poor sucking . . . Meconium and mucus plugs . . . Pre- mature nursery . . . Weight gain, U4 oz., Vitamins . . . Tube feeding . . . lsolettes and incubators . . . Obstetrics P' " will remain in our memories as a B. S. , M. S., Instructor wonderful and yet sometimes a sorrow- M ' g ful experience, but nevertheless, one " I WG HIS Il1ElI'LlifLll fOIlf. "So that's how its done! I'll have to try it I this time around. " -- Bath demonstration V -- S. Rohrer and P. Trimble. 82 1' x ' Rf X I' 522' ,1 M y Ruth L. Dyson B. S. , M. S. Associate Profe ssor Nutrition J. Starks and P. Trimble I, ...h -74, V 1 -X 1 ,mfwij J L 4, Another day spent . . . Another day without a new mother -- Fetter, D. Finn, I. Timm, and S. Rohrer. QBe1owj "Say when! " -- D. Finn, C. Petter. f , 332 - A ex A, X-.J 5 1 K if ,gif A A , ' wr I ? A . 'f 5 If vi X A .V XXX X 5 " f , N ,l . X! , i QM ' 1 A I 'ex A 6,zq.1"',' A A .xx , 14 ff X, L xx s i-ir W A W 83 -3 4, in . p J auf. sg' 1.13. L.. 1235. . 534 '21 7 bg? Alfa' Bti' 5324 zllrf lijf . "1 M! . .- ,3 M -, C. V3-'Ee K5-' L. 1 1, ,Eat - oi' - 3177" LH - R . E i V' Nfl 4.A . 321+ IF'-f. :iff iq. V? 525 .5 Lf F r' . - we f 1- f' mQ"'1 I " ' mv1,,4x', QNX 1' "fa 559-M by ""' .. . - ir, rt- e,Q:,:,f25.1:g3:: :-1. 211: . . . A -"-' . - A W, 'f,ase:r-3 A. was . -- - I '. 214. . - iq: as-J lx: 1 wff e Q "Now I can f Timm. inish my care study. " -- B. West and J. 2 ,g f A 2 '-,- N 5 "Prematurity is judged by the infant's weight, not by the date of the last , 14 X 1? N' marriage -- I mean menstrual period. " -- V. Leslie, M. Desmond, J. . "" ,:,, 5 K Thrift, and B. Douglas. ' , ' H "" 5 "y- gf? l 'l We 'rg .Q g l,,, P . ,.,.. . E Vy1,t it D. Finn, C Brrmdelre. .M A I 1 . Q .A Af . 'H V 1 as X 1 R f "-' .. - -, ,, X ..,, Q 1. .,.. . 3 ' " 4 fEr:2E23IsE2:25iEL::gII:z::2iL::ee:2 .. 'L I,::?5xg2a'1.2-:fag.gz:g3i51r:.-:s.:- " - -A "You sure she'S my babY?" -- C. Erundelre and R. A. McLaren. 4- ' ' ,.,,., :L l "Don t worry, mother, 1t's only four hours and six seconds since S , . Fetter, and C. X y...fef2: mfs - ' " ,, . ..,. rf .ss L f . ' .ws-:lf H X P Q 'Ri ,A X , w A X33 Q' figs 4 X au i :Q -if gggfl' . ,Y , ,.X,, .,,, 2 Sq r 2 sig F , .vm , X . ,. .1.Q.s,:.1 .5-1.:z,': 4 s'-3: X r 4- lggngm ' 5 g , J Q your last contraction. " -- I. Ehrlich. '15, , I Y fnvnnmn. smama-.rmnnmwwa mmmumzvmun2wwm:rvm'r.mmnn1nt mmxremnsxEnmmm'zmvrrm1rmma'ammsiuixrnrmnlrwmzla -XSL. R3 : i.- w A .PEDIA TRI C S Frances T. Reed R.N., B. S., M. Ed. Associate Professor, Head, Dept. of Pediatric Nursing. Patricia A. Lavenstein R.N., B.S.N., M. S. Assistant Professor y 1 Mary T. Asplen R.N., B. S.N., M.S. Assistant Professor Pediatric Nursing left us with a mixture of emotions. Re- member . . . Stuggling with the Croupette . . . "The Lone Ranger Kid" . . . The treat- ment room . . . Alpha Keri baths . . . changing diapers . . . paper spoons . . . Two tsps. prunes, six tsps. meats four tsps. peas . . . rectal temps. . . U.R.l.S. galore . . . Gastroenteritis . . . Battered children . . . Melvin . . . I.C.U .... Being Play- lady. . . C.D.A. cards and Gesell . . . O.P.D. Pediatric Division . . . "I Want my Mommy" . . . Movies in the rotunda . . . Birthday parties . . . Cardiac Cath . . . Surgical care study . . . Courage badges . . ."Fai1ure to thrive" . . . F.L.K. Syndrome . . . Worried Mothers . . . Sleeping-in With the child . . . Playroom . . . Mrs. Cluster's class- room . . . Wheelchair races . . . Temper tantrums . . . Strap for urine specimen . . . Diaper rash. . ."Put the side rails upE!i" . . . Caring for the burned child . . . "Knock if the door's closed!" . . . The tears when death was inevitable . . . But most of all remem- ber that the best treatment was T. L. C. ir Q Janice Newcomb R.N. , B. S.N., M. S. Assistant Professor 86 "Stop stalling, Elijah, I told you it wou.ldn't hurt . . . much' E. Posey. Peggy F. Cluster A. B. , M. Ed. Assistant Professor i 15 .Q . 'K A AQ Q , , x.- -eo advvglgi po ' '5733".?Q ek" If IESX - cgvvy J J 1 I f - ix, ,,A, , W -X X "Confidentially, I'm not too sure I trust them. " -- E. Posey and J. Farrell. fRightJ "Hey Mom! These nurses are pickin' on me again! " -- K. Liberatore and E. Wood. I rQ cf-Y: ,-41, rf' o N-3X2 The playroom provides diversion and a place for emotional release . . . Besides it's fun! Liberatore, J. Farrell and E. Wood. R7 ' f ,I 1 ,X Nfwess L "Golly, still 15 pounds! And I've been finishing my bottle. " -- I. Thrift and M. Desmond. -QfQ1 diego fQFQ? QgQLQ Q13 , H, Q, ., I QRightj "And weighing in in this corner, we have . . . " -- V. Leslie. WN ., , ,V ,ngagegf . x , " 'W ij 2 - 1 ' fi, gf, .ge-M. , I-Iandiwork is displayed by "Please eat this before my instructor comes. " V Leslie V. Leslie and L. Liberatore. 88 In-H...-Y. 7.7 . -r. 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"""' il :W ,P a ,A ,..-.A . 1, ?IIZ',:' 'iii' "" ' ' brl., Z M 's',-:.- 1 .Q g iz. tif' f A it-1' nf "di g, ' 1 Alice I. Naughton R.N., B.S.N., M.S. R.N., B.S.N., M.S. Assistant Professor Instructor Mae Wilson Psychiatric Nursing aided our understanding of the mentally ill. Memories of IPR notes . . . One-to-one therapy . . . Group therapy . . . The depths of depression . . The confusion and fear of Schizophrenia . . . The Psychiatric Institute . . . Coed wards . . . Civilian clothes . . . Daily Ward meetings . . . The therapeutic milieu . . . Spring Grove . . . Locked Wards . . . Forming groups . . . Card games and checkers . . . Long walks to the patients' canteen. Our fear of mental illness is gone. We have seen that their recovery is not hopeless and We Will not be able to forget their many needs. l PlCUlI'C DOY 3.V3ll.Ell3l.C V.,,55 f1':-. C a the ri ne W ard f R- Nw B- Sw M' S- ,"i2Zf:ji,..1'f1.., I As s i st ant Prof e ssor ,,..':.gf-Ms-+," :pg - . ,ck Q- 1' f H H --1:1 113532, ' -1.1-52" ' . ws. Y, Sandra Farmer QLQ-ftj R.N., B. S., M. S. Assistant Professor 90 "Which key turns him off?" M. Vogt, I. Orleans, and N. Peck. V r U gf ,, .. "I know this key doesn't work but l'1'1'1 venting my hostility on the lock. " A. Riutort and J. Orleans. 2 2 4 2 Q "Gee, clinical experience should always be this good! " N. Peck, P. Roche, and j. Orleans fBelowj Affect -- emotional toneg commonly flat among student nvltses in the Psych. area. -- I. Orleans, A. Riutort, N. Peck. Q I l Cllightj "Hey, did she really slug the doctor last night?" -- Morning report with J. Orleans and A. Riutort. 91 1 Well I guess UZISYEIS more than one way to get there! -- P Margmles P Coe N Pue and C I 1 After this one, me must go back. lt s been 2 hours already. " P Margulies and C. Tyler. QBelowj Welcome an '-' 1-'M' ve' ., ft Q F H' if k to Dayhoff! -- C. Tyler and P. Margulies. I lv if , , ,px TJ gl 'W , A 'Qf12l3:?. :fem 7571- 4 v,f,. j"4?"'f:1, g?i.i,3if i P f ... ...V . .A 1 wif? :gifs fzifx-a5z'?fg,6g,fZ1 " -f : as 12555-Mfifi 4-'Q fgkffifz,-:,: .-.. N..- f ,1sgEi25tw -X V A' -- - Hu ..,.- AL' '-' I fl lklfx-,Q ' ' 'fi-iff G' .V , I 'fe' , .fig ,Q I 71311 ,5:ff5gcfS.4'5 w-We , ,-s,71::,?f.:g ,1,.,1 y-,A " .,, 2, "w4m5f'1N,f V ' If 2' - L ., ' f .. " -' .-MMS W Sf: lun l - f , . Q in 1. 2 1 f W 515' ' . 5 1 , WN zfiasfdrsffaa - l ,Mu , . W 14... 4. .,,.f,,.. ,F- . .img SQEQ Q! 1 llll ,',.9s!:f--f:'2.f.p--S 'Y' 'i f M A ull 5- .134 ' " Q" aw. -A ,'.- ,- if1f"fI::f: " 4,-fri. ,'f'1.f 22.1.3 .V , A ' 5f.,3ff4sz.eaagfnsi .,., 2- Y. '. -. .' ,, f-2'w:ve.:.fsas-afzzxz-fiwee ,-v,1m.f,p , My N "1" '1-1110 me 3.12-5?1y3g:.,:y,:-,'a.Lff,,,mii7:1--1 ' k ' ' ' .S " g-' f ff -"" xi g if 4:.,:3e,.1:"'T -, M . .x 4- -gr:-fa, -vfff 3 x , g S ., , S' . ,, x 1 --, -,. . vw.. ' Cflvqg , 92 , I I TUBERCULOSIS H 1 31 l REHABILITATION NIA NAGIL VENT uuuxverx-, 'BA 1' U 1 vm s ea I'7'1lu,,j :I EZZKFNM- - I k1jl4f1-4'--gf if I mb fia t 1 F I1 I 'I XX .if ' .aff fb J' if ,C gfx xl.-1 X E W H ,pf , a fx J , 5 1 .IV r - 5 1 - 1 f ' H 1 1 r f- - 5 f f' 6 Z .5113 Ge X fn. if 5 IG ..- I f UNIT T , I I L I L 0 "' asswwx 1 vu -r ll ft wg , 4 ,.,.W,...., 1, ' if V'W"- Ula BLM- ' I I . 'J . I 'DL If-f-f E ..... 7 7 I D41 I f I . E E . I I f I .fs- W , fr- Ik L1- I X ' R' Z, 'Zkfvx.,Q 0 . L LVVt.f- fF'x.b... P IQZPVJ11, VII' : -f my ...fn s "1 f n ' . IV ,ww , wx' X 'C .flllvvf ffl I 1 3 , Wi? . Z? 2 956 fllvuf in f ,M 1 g A 5 2 , j A Av - Q fifnia n, We I i at 4' A -1552 far A Alice Akehurst Cecilia M. Zitkus Roberta M. Conti R.N., B.S, A.B., R.N., M.A. R,N,, B.S.N. Instructor, Senior Medical- Associate Professor Assistant Instructor Surgical Nursing. Rehabilitation Rehabilitation E IOH MEDICAL REHABILITATIO RGICAL NUR 1 NUR 1 G Senior Medical Nursing gave us a glimpse of three phases of nursing. Rehabilitation nursing . . . "Riding wheelchairs" . . . Hemiplegics . . . Physical therapy . . . "Transfers with help" . . . Coffee breaks . . . Ward Management . . . Transcribing doctors' orders . . , Giving ward medications every day . . . Leading the nursing team . . . Holding ward conferences . . . Tuberculosis nursing . . . Frequent handwashing . . . Sticky hand lotion . . . Back care . . . X-rays . . . Coffee breaks . . . Gowns and masks. These memories may fade with time but we will not lose the valuable experience we gained. 'ini-v Frances P. Koonz Emily Wagner Demonstration on how to deaden the brachial R.N., B.S., M.S. R.N., B.S. plexis. C. Wagner, L. Ellis, S. Katz, and R. Assistant Professor Assistant Instructor Saks ffrontj. Tuberculosis Tuberculosis 94 A 7492! ,Q f' f:!5'..f, I , T 1162. 2 I . .. add: - ',92.xIf5g.5gaQg- gi . ' R C Wifi? we , Zgifvmw' 'Q' ju f -,x L. v- , 'ff ' ?2f?uf.7'f1 2' . ff '7"T',"' "' 45:5 61' .. A' 'i"":1Q"1- .447 ff? ' , -. -qffz5?.?zfff ' 1 AA'A TP , 4 1 fiiiziszig? -. ' fy.,4:,.gg:f,14,4...-.,s-:Q-f-ff.1,- Y I Q ,,u ' 2, .Mg wf V "f f" ' W -'f1f,22vfff'zz: . - ., . r f. ' , I v ' f ?Qr':fjA' . .. .if 1 ' .,. .gj'?1 , jeff , J Ya fl"a'i2 2 I A . .A,,V , . ,. , . E1 "H-4 7524" 'f ' 1 ' - ,.,. .wwf r 125343: , : L W, , . A 1 ,, Q... 4, Z A 1 ',, . W N V . fx. . 'ffzfiggwyiu The loom PI'OV1d6S opportu- mty to reflne hand move- ments R Saks and C. A "We belong to the wheelchair cllque you know. " -- Katz, M Vogt S. Lee. C. Wagner, R Saks, and C. V... if 'Maw F f f 5 1 in X I 1 , 'maria 3 fav., ,yn-V. U gif. l , 4 QC, Rehab students at the bar, parallel of course! M. Vogt, C. Wagner. S. Katz, S Lee, andC Wlke. t , '1 ' '1i323 "Z1? .f2S,'-13:2 M . . 4 .4 -rC......, . fi ' ii- " A ' N ...f C ,! ' x r ' K 12 .1 , 4 7 W, l l .7, i An . 1 ,.l 3.7! ' g ' 1. r 1 ' 1-A o ,V lg , YQ? 'nl 4 ali' W. "Push, Sue! this contraption doesn't seem to have much forward propulsion. " -- C. Wike and S. Lee. X if S 3 sf A i 2 .M X x 'WN 'Jax W fx f gy I. if ,.. 4 z Q , WARD A AGEME T A new patient is welcomed to the ward by D. Chew and D. Galotta. g . 'zff5?ff"l-1" . 'f-iz". ,, A .43-Pill, ,. 7 - av e m A - 4 ea - H1111 finishes hC1' Charting for the day. 96 f 1-A W 14 Mayan- ' M-MAA it . 1 ' Aff v gd 'YI' A: , I if 'V f, 1 ' ' H" A - Ma L 1: ' fMr.m1,.4,,. , V '21 A H-:'i'5f:' ef- A " - Z: 1 f,'lf5.sxfwww2-f 1 Q 1 A I E , 1 I In ,- A , ll f XX 1 Mug Ag - V I Y!! X 4 Q 4s4iv,,"'l4 at 5 X - x i f 1 1 I .l " ' f 5 A g, ' gr ,if twr - '- A :Z wwf - V 22 A A 'I ' wsfi ,A fy: ' ag, 3? , 8 Q 4-fs :Z , C. Brady pours our her eight o'c1ock "His vital signs were stable today." S. Abramson and C. medications. Brady. A . . ' "This should teach you not to get into snowball battles. ,. Q KM ' :p74r.i5f.12I2'. I :?'A:g4.-"' "3 l.,. AA ,A .. , , ' 9 4 3, '1 , , , ' ',Z5'2'E 1 4 a , 4 4 ,A Y ' 4 Q 3 u 1 , 0 5-1, v 3 V er, f A. ' , . K , N x ' , I I J 9 A 1 1 ' i s . if ,, ,v 0 Af" ' ' ' as-'MW 331-V, ' 'W-5 ll x , ' 1 . , u , 1 J. ' 0 a 1 I "That's it. Open wide." S. Abrumbon. 97 x -41 A 1 I " I. Gamer. ' a X , T UBERC ULOSI S URSI A eis .n . i 'b'-4 Whoever she is, she is well protected against N. Peck's Cough. "Yes, today I taught my patient about the ill effects of smoking. " I. Finke and P. Margulis. Rest is important in both the prevention and cure of tuberculosis. P. Knights, C. Harryman, L. Gerson, and J. Halperin. 98 Naam? Lwwvn-mdErxzrn:'neLf:nnmma.wa .fu fir '.uuannzmnmm':nuun1fnmumw.1uun1::n1mnmrmnnnnu PUBLIC HEALTH i Kathryn S . Wohlson B,A,, R.N., M.N., M.A. Associate Professor Department Head Public Health Nursing. FACULTY 5: -if g l 5-::S?'e4:.fX-f,g, ,, 335162. 1211-'Q ,-jf ,...,,.v. Y 3 vig 463V 2 . - . ,t:,..?v-la:-iEE,:.3-, ., ,Vo 5' W' .rx 1 if . .f,,.. 1 1 nr: 7 + 1 .1 f f' in X 4 ,urs fiswgq vw Af QE? V , , " "J, J 1 'fx-1.5 'C 9 .,Z,f5,.s ,ggi f f. ,f 1 is ,r fc ,gs 'mi 0 xask w , , , I, 4 K in :fwfr at f P 391 .af 4 I1 X-md' M ri P H A 2 f 53 1 ,V 1 4 1 4 0 , J, , Wi ,. 1 X5 fc 4 .,, 4 Q V ,f kg 2 QW pw , fi 5 .4 1 y Q 45,36 W 'V ff x Q , ' 1 , 6 I . WY! 4 X f ' 1 4153? 6 .-..,--f i" ' "1 'r F ,Z- .:42i?7 :": ' 1 , Anne L. Dougherty A A 3 2 7 . . R.N. B M.P.H. .S.P.I-I.N. Assistant Professor Public Health Nursing Mary E. Grotefend R.N., A.B., M.S., C.P.H.N. Associate Professor Public Health Nursing. . .yuh ,wk-, ,,,,..u...-ff lt's a lonely job -- the job of love. 100 -Q-v--v-----.--rw---vr-nf-.mv-..U-Wm.-.-.Mv.mmvf..--.m,.w..m:.1..,....,,-711, ,,- ,,....- ,W Y 777 4 .ld . g 45 ' PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING T I., It's another day at Druid Health Department for C. Young, 1. Miller, N. Pue, S. Albright, and C. Payne. "Hey, Nurse, my little boy is sick. Can you help him?" Public Health Nursing . . . Preventing disease . . . lmmunizing . . . Teaching . . . Caring. We will always remember -- Our own desks . . . Coffee breaks . . . Day sheets . . . Navy blue caps and coats . . . First home visit . . . Bag technique . . . Urine tests . . . Blood pressures . . . Parking tickets . . . Charts . . . Clinics . . . Missed appointments . . . "But I couldn't be pregnant" . . . Iron pills . . . Teaching good nutrition . . . Frustrations . . . Neonatals . . . PKU tests . . . Formula sterilization . . . The good baby who never makes a sound . . . Teach- ing good hygiene . . . X-rays . . . "The big pill and the little pill" . . . Family folders . . . Referrals . . . The child with seizures . . . The crippled child . . . The Baer School . . . The Welfare Department . . . Gamma globulin shots . . . Polio drops . . . Clinic paid taxi fares . . . "But Johnny has to go to school" . . . Eye tests . . . School health records . . . Nurse-teacher confer- ences . . . "This is a toothbrush!" . . . Physical examinations . . . "Thirteen brothers and sisters?" . . . Negligent mothers . . . Unknown fathers . . . Overcrowded housing . . . Wood stoves . . . No central heating . . . Dust . . . Dirt . . . Rodents . . . Roaches . . . Community agencies . . . Family- centered care . . . Community resources . . . Tired feet . . . Well work shoes . . . Caring too much . . . unable to do enough. The memory of the frustrations of Public Health Nursing are remembered but their memory is tempered by the sense of responsibility and the feeling of accomplishment that warmed our hearts. 101 "Do I have all your appointment cards for Chest Clinic?" Mrs. Wohlson. 2. 2 E i Q., "A cup of coffee will fix you up in no time." N. Pue, P. Young, s. Albright. ' ,,VL Many busy afternoons are spent Writing T.B. , prenatal, and neonatal charts. 102 C. Tyler, P. Roche. A. Riutort, and M. Allen are preparing to teach their first prenatal class. 9,34 P. Young skims her charts before her final conference. 103 N. Bauman, N. Pue, and S. Albright com- pare notes prior to their conferences with Miss Dougherty. "He's just fine, Nurse, He drinks two quarts of milk every day." S. Albright, N. Pue, and P. Young. ' "'1,i'7"f 1 N N-CLINICAL C0 RSES To compliment our nursing courses and strengthen our understanding with back- ground knowledge, various non-clinical subjects are studied during our two years in Baltimore. The memories that re- main -- Biochemistry . . . Kreb's cycle . . . Lab coats . . . Blood tests and urine samples . . . Pharmacology . . Dosage . . . Drugged animals . . . Counterindications and side-effects . . . Cultural Anthropology . . . Malinowski . . . Primitive societies . . . Tribes and their laws . . . Theory of Exercise . . . Myofibrils . . . Ball and socket joints . . . Bermudas and floor exercises . . . Educational Psychology . . . The learning process . . . Communicating knowledge . . . Evaluating tests by validity and accuracy . . .S Survey of Professional Nursing . . . Weekly re- ports . . . Florence Nightingale . . . Comparing the A.N.A. and the N.L.N. . . . Public Health . . . Communicable diseases . . . Epidemeology . . . Un- obtainable statistics . . . Biostatistics ...Data . . . Friday3to6. .. Sensitivity and specificity . . . Unit Management . . . Bibliography cards . . . Staffing a ward . . . payrolls and budgeting . . . Methods and Materials . . . Bulletin boards . . . Unit plans . . . Pictures andfor posters . . . Family and Society . . . Kibbutz . . . The American family . . . Mate selec- tion and marriage . . . These classes, scheduled late in the day, give the finishing touch to our education. 104 Mr. Kelly's directions are followed by V. Leslie and R. West. "Epidemeology paper? She's got to be kidding!" Mrs., Wohlson, J. Caskey, and L. Gerson. Public Health Nursing 133. .4mud"""" uv- ff""lv "My bib cards for UNIT MANAGEMENT are origi- nals." C. Koenig. "Oh! The perfect bulletin board. Thix xhould get Ln nu A in METHODS AND MATERIALS. " S. Dorsey, C. Payne and I. C4151-icy. 105 C. Payne shows I. I-Ioar and I.. EIli5, two of her SURVEY OF PROFESSIONAL NURSING clabsmates, one of the medals Louisa Parson received. P. Blades grind: out another term paper for a non-clinical course. "Lff:J,5i -lf' 2 'wi - vb' 'ff' wwf If . vl2""'m- t 1- '- . - , --, 4.1 af., ,,,, f Q v "Hey, you guys, wake up. ED. PSYCHPS over." A Ruitort, C. Koenig, I. Caskey and C. Kehoe. D. O'Neal and C. Cole discuss one of mankind's earliest ancestors before their CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY class. R, Elliot and M. Allen explain the Chi Square method to C. Kehoe. -- Biostatistics. It seems R. Elliot and D. O'Neal have given Nh. Tarka a farsical representation of a problem faced by a divorced couple. -- Family and Society. 106 - -... , V is ,, ' , 1, r - 4-'f. -5 155"-ff I :L f rr 1 1 an V 152' ' V .4115-""" V,,. 45431 ' "4-yur I 4,7 'ir ,I 5 f L P1 0 X A 'tr My . I Mi hi 4 , f 'fl' A f ,Q. Aw, .fy N. , .,-,Wx ' 1 15:41-L , V " ,w,,, ,- f 'A ' if , kwin ,I 4 -2 I x4 1, I I f. - , , "W j' "'-4:32, , qi' 3, 4. V' 9 ' W 433'-if 5r'f'. 5' I ws , L .QI 3? ' fs' ' B+' I ' , Vngp, 'I 'V V.' H, iff ' WV , . f - ff-1 L5, '2 VY ,, , , J' r" 121, ,. - 5 I . , yy, 3- 'ix V ,.' - -- X .. 5, 'auf -L,,A" '2 -' X-',,. If in 'Q' '1, Q' V JS.-5', ' 'hs Life -I Si ft' 3 5 'wif ' Vifviflfv, -' 4 Q '- 'L -. ' ' ' " I ' uf , In V , 1 IF, If - - - I QI, 1.515 -,,., - V, -ww 2 - n x, if R . . v L V, 4, 2 ,1 5 1' 1 I fx' , 1 - rw ,55 L",-rw 519+ ' I I f' ,V if -I V Q , ff' 1, W ' X Y ' I V - ,. 5, . ' ,A ,sk ' - L. I, , K . ' V 1, QA EE f. A ' -. I 1. "ca I . ' f V, 1, V f I3 ' gay U I 2 I. 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EV Ann I-Iammerland and escort dance to one of thc slow numbers of the evening. 5 ,W L. Kirakoff and S. Dimpscy tal-io :L break from the ll . ll Benson. -A' iu. , , The class of 1966 was well represented for a meal of spaghetti with all the trimmins'. -- S.G.A. Banquet. MI CELLA EO US ACTIVITIE St. Nick was a reality at all the Christmas parties -- C. Kehoe. k X - X ,awww- In October a jack 0' lantern contest was in full swing. These are some of the inspired enteries. 112 A cap-fluting party is given each semester for the new junior students by the upper classnien. THE CLASS OF 1966 --.ffm uw-....-yn.. ., .T --atm.. CONGRATULATIONS and BE ST W I SHE S to the GRADUATING SENIORS from THE CLASS OF 1967 24th Anniversary NNT . A X fx N ' 1 f , ,X 1 .xv X 'X U ll lf: Z' 3 N. 1 6 J X I I fl 4 l 1 . M1 .H X I N, z"-- ' ' . Q 'j 1 . , 1 f ,,. X f ,E ' YV 7" -1 ,, 1. n ' 1- -1 f 1 1 '18 1 V g- '1 ' 1 14 'il' 't 1 - fi 1 I 1 . 'il . 1 Q , 1 2 '1 I 'if' 'A if K 1x . 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Nl.Xlxlxl..XXl7 lxlpl.l,X, llx. NIlNl1JRl.Xl. l-Ol X- DVI '11JN,lN1I.I111'1l1ci1'1111:1111i:1l:1swis14111cc. Nl'l11-11151111-11141111 1111l1c11111g1.1111n11'C:11cg1li11'1'111l1c1'1l1,111:11l1c.1111. THE NURSES, ALUMNAE ASSQCIATION UNIVERSITY OE MARYLAND EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OE 1966 And invites each one to become an active member of the association Meetings: First Tuesday each month Oct. Dec. Feb. April Niay Recreation Room Whitehurst Hall 8:00 P. IVI. CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST VVISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1966 FRONT PI CHAPTER SIGMA THETA TAU, INC. Nurses Uniforms Doctors Uniforms School Uniforms Laboratory Coats Compliments Of. Sis Hopkins BR UCK,S NURSES UNIFORM INCORP RATED COMPANY O Founded 1932 40 West 225th Niade to individual measure -- gtregt Perfect Fit Bronx, New York Baltimore, Nid. 21205 10463 Phone: 327-3666 ti .Q .1E ' NAtiOnaI 8-6887 EXeCutive 3-9849 WHITE STUDIOS, INC. 1309 G Street, N.W. Washington 5, D. C. Portraits that Capture A Person's Personality and Charm K NtRNsW X llll' SE GALL 02 fl!!! llfflffkflllffXVXXXXIXXIXXXIWXMXXWIWXXMH!M!H!W0!!MW!W! MAJE STIC 909 N. CHARLES STREET BALTIMORE, MD. 21201 Congratulations R v NING ROOM FOR P R I s MEETINGS 4. from cAMPus INN A I I OWN'S BIGGEST SANDWICHES THE GOSPEL TABERNACI-E If 'lnl f I"' ' ' AT LOWEST PRICES . BOBGROSS WWIPRATTS E. R. McDonald, Pastor 539-5436 Congratulations To The Class Ot '66 Visit Us When In Cambridge RUSSELL 8. FRANK'S VARIETY STORE Right off Route so AMBASSADOR HOUSE Cottee Shop Dining Room Excellent Meals At Reasonable Prices Steaks, Chops 8. Seafood Our Speciality Pratt 8. Eutaw Open 24 hours LOUIS J. HEYING BAKERY H39 William Sfreef 502 E. Fort Avenue Cross Street Market P Laza 2-8333 Many Greafiul Thanks To MISS RUTH DYSON 1966 PLEDGE Advisor PO ALICE I. AKEI-IURST DOROTHY S. ALLISON MR. fi MRS. C. CUT!-IRELL ANNE L. DOUGHERTY RUTH DYSON FLORENCE M. GIPE MARY E. CROTEFEND OR JOYCE KAETZEL FRANCES P. KOONTZ MARIORIE SANDERSON DR. S MRS. R. O'DONNELL MR. R MRS. A. RIUTQRT BETTY LOU SHUBKAGEL HELEN M. WHITBECK P Lowell E. Bailey Ann Baumann Mr. S Mrs. Wm. Baumann Donald L. Bennett, P.K. Mr. S Mrs. C. Wilbur Bevans Mr. Sz Mrs. Leroy P. Blades Mr. Si Mrs. Walter G. Broseker Mr. David A. Brown Mrs. Ann D. Bruce Mr. S Mrs. Ira M. Breiterman Mrs. Marie Brown Mr. S Mrs. George A. Budd Mr. S Mrs. Louis C. Butler Master Michael P. Butler Dr. Bernard M. Capper Mr. S Mrs Dr. SzMrs. Mr. Sz MIS Mr. Sz Mrs Clair S Sue james F. Carpenter Melvin Carver Merritt Caskey Ralph B. Chew 66 Evelyn Cohelan Ruth A. Cook William E. Gscheidle Dennis L. Dinkel Mr. S Mrs Mr. Sz Mrs Mr. S Mrs Mr. SzMrs. Mr. SzMrs. Mr. SMrs. William B. Dorsey James B..Eline Russell W. Elliott joseph A. Ellis Harold A. Engel Frank E. Ero Mrs. Mary Geeson Stephen Geeson Timothy Geeson Mrs. Nina A. Hackman Mr. Sz Mrs. Abe Hanopole Martin S. Hanopole Mr. S Mrs. Frank Harry Mr. S Mrs. Paul Heying TRO Mr. SMrs. Boyd P. Hoar james P. 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