Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing - Appendix Yearbook (Fort Wayne, IN)

 - Class of 1921

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U, req? THE DEBRIS-ETTE To the Faculty IVHII SI.lIL't'l'C Uf7f77'4'l'l.Ufl.III1 for flzvir llL'1'i'I Q und TUC!! lastillg l'IlSf7I'l'tII'l.l7lI this lmok ze 'rufvfzzlly a'vd1'nzfrd lv-V flu' Class of '27 3 ,af tsiix - , Lutheran Hospital THE DEBRIS-ETTE Hospital History For some years the Lutheran people in lfort Wayne realized the need of a Lutheran Hospital in their city, a place where their people could be cared for in times of illness. Thus it came about that hnally in the year IQO2 a number of delegates from the various Lutheran churches of lfort Wayne and vicinity met for the purpose of organizing a hospital association and named it "The Evangelical Lutheran Hospital Association" of Fort Wlayne and vicinity. This association was incorporated in the State of Indiana on the 1 llll day of November, 1903, and immediately looked about for a hospital site. In july, 1904, the associ- ation purchased the old Judge Ninde llomestead on liairtield avenue, and at once began remodeling the large residence which had twenty-one rooms. A number of ladies from the various Lutheran churches organized a society in October. IQO4, naming it "The Hospital Ladies' Aid Societyu. and at once began sewing the linens necessary to equip all rooms. Mrs. Herman llobrock, now deceased, was the first president of this society. The Hospital was- dedicated on Thanksgiving Day in 11104. On December 26, 1004, twenty-six patients were being accommodated. A training school for nurses in connection with the llospital with a three-year course was organized at the same time. The First pupil nurse entered the school December 1, 1904. All these above mentioned dates remind us of great things which the Lord has done and they call for words and deeds of thanks and praise. THE FIRST OFFICERS Ulf THE llt JSl'l'l'AL XVERE THE FHLLOXVINli: Rev, Phillip Wambsganss, Pres. Rev. Paul Stoeppelwerth, X'iceel'rcs. Rev, Akvlll. llrandes, Sec. Nr. August lfreese, Financial Sec. Nr. Carl XXf'altemath, Treas. TRUSTEES Rev. S. Stock Mr. Henry Kase Hr. C. Pape, Sr. Mr. XVIII. Moellering Mr. Geo. Goeglein Miss Minnie NValker, Principal of Training School Miss Lena Schneider, Surgical Nurse Mrs. Louise Rolf, Matron A HOSPITAL STAFF XVAS ORGANIZED Cl 1XSlSTlNG OF THE FULLUXVTXG: Dr. H. A. Duemling, Chief Surgeon Dr. Henry Merz, Pres. Dr. Carl Proegler Dr. A. Stutz, Vice-Pres. Dr. Henry Ranke Dr. Eric Crull, Sec. Dr. Herman Griebel Dr. M. F. Schick, Treas. Dr. G. G. Brudi Dr. T. C. Yliyneken 5 THE DEBRIS-ETTE I..XTER THE FULLOWING WERE ADDED: Dr. A. Mikesell DF- 5- 516514 Dr. E. E. Morgan D11 AY- AY- CHWY D,-. Q. English Dr. NY. Barnett Dr. H. YanSweringen Dr. H. Bflleggelllall llr. ll. X'anSweringen DF. S- Havicc Dr, G. Lireenawalt Dr. J. M. Pulliam Dr. E. H. Kruse It soon became evident that tl1e Hospital was too small and could not accom- modate the increasing amount of patients and it was decided to build a new and larger hospital and the ground was broken for the same on May 23, 1905. The conierstone was laid on july 28, 1905. The work was now hastened and in the following year, on Aug. 5. 1906, tl1e new building was dedicated in the presence of a large audience. Tl1e old hospital building was now used as a residence for the 11urses. The increasing amount of patients also demanded more nurses and as the new hospital was crowded, the association, after due deliberation, decided in 1913 to purchase the judge Alden I-Iomestead. a large modern residence adjoining the Hospital to the north, for a nurses' home. and again used the first hospital for patie11ts. In 1914, an addition of eighteen rooms was built to the nurses' home and in 1918 the association was requested by the Government to train more nurses for Govern- ment service and build another addition to the Nurses' Home. The l10me 11ow has accommodation for seventy-eight nurses. The first class from the training school, seven in number, graduated in November, 1907. An Alumnfe Association composed of graduates from the school was organized Nov. 10, 1910, and meets every month in the Nurses' Home. Miss Lena Schneider. the nrst surgical nurse, left in 1907. Miss Anna lloltnzan was surgical nurse from Nov. 1, 1911, until August, 1916. She was succeeded by Miss Lucy Lauman Oct. 1. 114116. Miss Minnie Xiialker, the first principal. remained until November, 1908. She was succeeded on Dec. 1, 1908, by Miss Mary Tl. Ludy, who remained until fall of 'IQ1I. Miss Anna Holtman was principal pro 10111 for several months 11ntil Miss Anna Lauman assumed l1er duties i11 August, 1912, and remained till July 1, 1919. Ifroin a small beginning, the hospital has grown to its present size Hllfl equip- ment. The number of pupils is steadily increasing. Today it is o11e of the largest and best known schools for nurses in the city and state. The school is accredited and recognized by the State lloard of Nurse Examiners. it has enlarged its curriculum, elevated its standard, broadened its scope to meet each new demand for a more complete and well rounded education for 11urses. The hospital now has sixty-one private rooms. ten semi-private rooms, four small wards. and four large wards. During tl1e past years, one hundred seventy-three nurses have graduated from tl1e nurses training school. Forty-Eve graduates served their country during tl1e XX orld XX ar. At present tl1ere are sixty-five nurses in training. The llospital Ladies' Aid Society meets once every month in the nurses' home, and scws for the hospital.-A. M. H. 6 THE DEBRIS-ETTE The Hospital Association now consists of the following congregations: St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Rev. J. Miller and Rev. P. Miller. Enunaus Lutheran Church, Rev. Ph. Xlambsganss anal Rev. F. Xlainbsg Ill Concordia Lutheran Church, Rev. Aug. Lange. Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Rev. XY111. Moll. Zion Lutheran Church, Rev. H. C. Luehr. Trinity Lutheran Church, Rev. -I. Doege. Redeemer Lutheran Church, Rev. hl. R. Graebner. Martini Lutheran Church, Rev. A. lluuck. St. Pauls Lutheran Church, Rev. Mueller tGar Crcek U. St. Petri Lutheran Church, Rev. A. C. Doerffler. St. -Iohn's Lutheran Church, Rev. Ii. XYyncken. Zion Luhteran Church, Rev. XY. Georgi lXYoorlhurnl. Ilcthlehein Lutheran Church, Rev. ll. hlungkuntz tl lssian l. OFFICERS UF ASSI 7CIATli IN Rev. Ph. XYamhsganss, Pres. Mr. Henry Moellering, Yice-Pres. Rev. Aug. Lange. Sec. Mr. XY. C. llaatle, Financial Sec. Mr. August Frcese. Treas. BOARD OF TRLSTIQFS Mr, John C. Trier Mr. XY. II. F. Moellering Mr. Louis Schmoe Mr. Henry XVehrenlJerg Mr. L. F. Liinecooley Mr. Otto llcngs Mr. Chr. Schlaudroff Mr. C. H. Alhersmeyer Mr. H. K. Koehlingei OFFICERS OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS Rev. Ph. AY3.11lIJSg31'lSS, Pres. Mr. C. Il. Albersineyer, Sec. Mr. H. F. Moellering. Vice-Pres. Mr. XY. C. llazule, Financial Sec. Mr. August Freese, Treas. EXECUTIVE BOARD Rev. Ph. AAv21l'l'1iJSg'3.llSS, Chairman Mr. il. C. Trier, Sec. Mr. XY. C. Raaile Mr. Otto llengs Mr. L. F. Liniecooley TRAINING SCHOOL COMMITTEE Rev. Ph. VVanibsganss Rev. August Lange Miss Anna lfloltman, R I TRAINING SCHOOL FACULTY Miss Anna M. Holtman, Principal Miss Pauline G. Bischoff. Ass't Principal Mrs. Lottie B. Keller, Night Supt. Miss Lucy A. Lauman, Surgical Supt Mrs. Louise M. Rolf, Matron 7 THE DEBRIS-ETTE OFFICERS OI? HOSPITAL LADIES' AID SOCIETY Mrs. Luuis Schmoe. Pres. Mrs. If. H. Schmidt, Sec. Mrs. Fred Rump, Yice-I're5. Mrs. Theo. Iileinsorge, Fin. Sec Mrs. George Schack, Treas. SEXVING COMMITTEE Mrs. XYU1. Heider Mrs. O. P. XY0lf Mrs. Frank IIUYICCIISICITI lIlf1flCERS OI" NURSES' ALLIMNAE SOCIETY Mi s Vauliiie Bischuif, Pres. Miss Nora German, 2d Vice-Pre Miss Anna Holtmzm, Vice-Pres. Mrs. Lottie Il. Keller, Secretary Miss Leola Richter, Treas. HOSPITAL STAFF Dr H. A. Duemling, Pres. and Chief Surgeon Dr XY. O. Gross. Vice-Pres. Dr. A. L. Schneider, Sec. Dr Eric Crull, Treas. Dr C. G. Ileall Ur. XY. XY. Carey C. C. Grandy Ur Dr Dr Ur D r A. Mikesell If. II. LvlIlIC1'NVUOCI S. II. I-Iaviee fi1lI'l'CUIC A'E1I1SXVE1'Il1QG11IV31'. XY. O. Mcllride Dr. llr, Dr. Ur. .Inari Rodriguez H. Y. Blosser E. E. Morgan VI. XV. Bowers H. Ranke Q' x ,-J, 3 SE NEQIIH' 8 S. Sledd I. XV. Ditton M. F. Schick B. G. Dupre E. H. Schlegel THE DEBRIS-ETTE Foreword If is tvitfz a fvflilzg of 5l'lfI'.YfUL'iI.l7FI that the Staff of flzc HDFZ7l'iS-Uliffu vozzzjvlcffg its Iulmrs and SllZ7lllI.fS 1110 first Azzrzzzal of the L. H. T. S. ,Uavv if be wnrtlzy of our efforts! UI? Torre 1llIf0I'fI1lILIfL' 1.11 not l111'r'1'11g LI class artist and 'wc fakz' this 0f7f'l7l'fIllII.fAX' fo flzazzlr Dr. R0d1'1fKQ'1rv.S, Wim has grrafly aided us in tIL'L'0IIlffI'5lZfIIlQ' our fzzrposr. wlzfclz 1105 bam fo fv1'r.vv1'i'c 1.11 a f7t'I'll1U7IL'I1f f0l"llI C7 Wt- rospvvt of our tlzrvv yvurs in fI'L'lI'Ill-IIS. 9 -I 1...- XX, .1 l, g a rxig ff Q' .x I J-,ci .4 x x , , .lm ':-1 ' 'P mfg' ..f, ..m'. ' -R95 'u r .Q lgf x "Qu QQ? 55" Nurses' Home fin , fi xxx g m M' 04' I Q iufffi? - vu., 1" k -1 QL- 'f ,Y x- 1 .- Q a If . Sl 'aa ,A I Y P C fm, , n- 'M 4. 1 , ...b , vw, ,V I l . ll an QI iw' ry..- , I : - I L " , , P A L 1 V . 1, 'I ' 74 " VI - K . I9 . :R , ,Q .11 Y I 'if In L: a. - -Q, . , fu, , , , . JA., H, . ,, r, Y- , -U. -1 nu ' n . .- .M X Q, .w f , J, L n-. 1: 9. . '1Ix . . funk, - 43" FJQEWJ 'A A' flfll-V 73 em.. 1 'G' Aka . , i-FI. - N wg' 1 . -V J' 4 , Q. R. I ""' ' I QL ' Wm?-' -' 'N Um- w q 'Il A- F L- dbg. THE DEBRIS-ETTE InMemoriam Miss Edith Fenzel Nov. 8, 1918 Miss Lydia Beineke Nov. 23, 1918 Miss Ruth More Nov. 27, 1918 Miss Leah Jones Dec. 27, IQI8 13 1 V. l 4.11 A .i' V I l ...,,, , H , w YY, ' ' 1 fume Faculw THE DEBRIS-ETTE Miss Anna, M. I-Ioltman R. N Supt. of Nurses Miss Pauline Bischoff R. N. Ass't Supt. Mrs. Lottie Keller R. N. . Night Supervisor 16 THE DEBRIS-ETTE Miss Lucy A. Lauman R. N. Surgical Supervisor Miss Clarabelle Adams Dietetics Miss Anna Lauman R. N. Ex-Supt. of Nurses 17 THE DEBRIS-ETTE Dr. H. A. Duemling Surgery Dr. C. G. Bea,11 Pathology ' Dr. A. L. Schneider Obstetrics 1 X . 1 W IS THE DEBRIS-ETTE Dr. B. G. Dupre Anatomy Orthopedics Dr. W. 0. McBride Diseases of the Eye Diseases of the Nose and Throat Dr. Gan-ette Van Sweringen Practice of Medicine 19 THE DEBRIS-ETTE Dr. E. H. Kruse Gynecology Dr. Juan Rodriguez Pediatrics Dr. H. E. Glock Diseases of the Ear 20 THE DEBRIS-ETTE Dr. Margaret S. Grant Chemistry Bacteriology Dr. W. W. Carey Nervous and Mental Diseases 'TS' Miss Frances M. Ott R. N. Hygiene and Sanitation 21 THE DEBRIS-ETTE f-.,. I - I Dr. W. 0. Gross Materia Medica 553' Q, Dr. Eric Crull Tuberculosis 3 Dr. C. C. Grandy 'fi' Radiologgist 5 f . 17 THE DEBRIS-ETTE Senior Class Organization President. .........,................ Miss Ada Fry Vice-President. .... ..... IX liss Gertrude Nickels Secretary ...... .... I liss Velma M. XVatson Treasurer .... .4.......... lX lisa Clara Mosier CLASS MOTTO N011 Palma Sim' Lulmrv CLASS FLOWER SIl1ll7IlI'Sf R056 CLASS COLORS Old Rose and SYN! Cru-v 23 THE DEBRIS-ETTE Class History ROLL C.-XLL OF THE CLASS QF 1921 Gertrude Nickels Ethel Luty Clara Mosier Louise Schurr Yehna Xlfatson Ada Fry Lydia Beineke Iva Lower .Tune Crray llilnia McDonald Pauline Yeager Margaret Scherer Alice Record Gladys Hildebrand Helen Diekroeger Hazel Hart Verne Capelle Mildred Sanpert Valeria Gardener Lucy Xlfindell Ruth Carey Anna Yondcrau Yaleria Nord Gertrude Nickels Clara Mosier Yehna Matson Ada Fry .lnne Gray Pauline Yeager Helen Diekroeger Anna Yonderan IN 1918 Zena lYillian1s Leah jones Elizabeth Stevens Lois Xllalters Helen Libey Edna Kroeger Clara Doversburg llertha Bentrup Ruth More Edith Fenzel lrlene Franz Margaret Locker Nina Felger Opal Bricker Opal Henschen Luella Ritt Agnes Fellwock Dorothy Ely Clara Scherman Minnie Retzlof Martha Herkner Florence VanDreW Lila Miller Ruth Scott IN 1921 Yaleria Nord Zena XYillia1ns Elizabeth Stevens Edna Kroeger Bertha Bentrup lrlene Franz Luella Ritt Florence VanDrew Ruth Scott 24 THE DEBRIS-ETTE Commencement Day is gradually drawing nearer. We the members of the class, who three years ago were mere probationers, realize that our journey is at an end, and that the goal which we have been striving for has been reached. It was on March 1, 1918, that the first members of our class entered. On account of the Wlorld XVar, the training school was prepared to admit applicants not only in springand fall, but at any time during the summer months. Thus it happened that when the last members of our class entered, we had a total enroll- ment of forty-seven, which was the largest class ever admitted in the history of the Lutheran Hospital Training School. During the latter part of October, the tragic event, the lntluenza epidemic, Occurred, which affected nearly every member of our class, four of whom suc- cumbed to the disease. In the spring of 1919 when our class was organized we found to our disap- pointment that our class had been reduced to twenty-one members. Dan Cupid also played an important role by depriving us of several of our classmates. Our only distinction, but one we feel proud of, is the publishing of the first Annual, which to us is a great undertaking. Here the history ends with only seventeen weary, but happy, members. Our activities will remain as dim memories to some persons, but memories of the above mentioned facts will ever remain vividly before the eyes of the departing Seniors. We find it hard to depart from our Hospital and especially to sever connections with those who have been so kind, so helpful, and so patient with us during our three years of training. lYe cannot but regret that those happy days are past: but we are encouraged by the hope that amid fond memories there is happiness awaiting us in the future, and in years to come when we are scattered to the ends of the Earth, whether we may be basking in the sun of prosperity or breasting the tide of adversity, then may this book bring these happy days to mind and forever link us to our training school. 25 THE DEBRIS-ETTE Annual Staff EDl'l'UR-I X-CHI El" ........... . ASSOCIATE EDITI JR ...... BUSINESS MANAGER ......... . AIUYERTISING MANAGER ..... LITERARY AXD SOCIAL ...... . .IHKES .... . .Pauline Yeager . .Zena XVillian1s A111121 Yon der an . .Yelma XVatson Gertrude Nickels Edna Kroeger . . . .Ruth Scott A Word of Appreciation The Staff wishes hereby to thank all its friends who by their kind help and constructive criticism have helped to make this Annual El success. 26 fnwe Seniors THE DEBRIS-ETTE .qs I 'X v XL r Qu. 4 J' r J ,ff Qs' fel: C , ff A I , , M, M ir . E15 , Riff ff u KS.. e- N. ",51F1'2dJ21?Q Ya .- 0,15 Hu..--A . 'A R F- ff?-M1 I 4 GERTRUDE NICKELS, Watertown, Wis. H '1' voivo was c-ver soff. C11-ntlu :null low. nn 1-xrm-llvllt thing in XYOIIIZIH. " CLARA M. MOSIER. Howe, Ind. "A XVOIIIIIII slu- svcms of Glu-4'-1'f11l Yl'St01'dflf'S And mlltiflcllt fUlll01'l'OXVS.H VELMA M. WATSON, Fort Wayne, Ind. I'1'0SQlll'U of mind and Courage in distress Are umm- than armies to procure success." 28 Thy light alone W Gives gl'!ll't' :null truth to lif0's uuquivt , dreams." - 'Of all the politiml 1m1'tit-s . The Democrats are best.', 'And deeds still travel with us from afar And what we hnvv llPF'll makes us what we are." THE DEBRIS-ETTE 1 ADA FRY, 5' Bluffton, Ind. .Mai TUNE GRAY, Roann, Ind. ff' ,WNW 5 PAULINE YEAGER, P Wolcottville, Ind.. 29 THE DEBRIS-ETTE HELEN M. DIEKROEGER, Cincinnati, Ohio IIFOI' blessings ever Wait upon an1bition's deeds, And tlm' a late, a sure reward succeeds." ANNA VONDERAU New Haven, Ind. 'fU11twistiug all the chains that tie The hidden soul of ll3l'lHOl1y.H VALERIA M. NORD, D Champion, Mich. 7 "Blest with temper Whose unclouded ray Can make tomorrow cheerful as today." 30 THE DEBRIS-ETTE ZENA WILLIAMS, Albion, Ind. "For 12lll,fI1l1lg'0 is the dress of thought." MARY ELIZABETH STEVENS. Fort Wayne, Ind. "Oh, the heart is :1 fu-43 null n fvtterless thing A wave ou the nrfonu, n hirfl ou the Wing." EDNA KROEGER, Hinckley, I11. xx T arguluent She '11 bray you into Il u10rt:1r." Bay, if she take you in llfilld, sir, with au 31 X4 ms. 3 Xwi xx? T 4, , C+, V ,. A. K .Q ,.,..Q,Q x ,S 5,,:,. . S, , .,., ,..M. X. vu gl., R W., : x -vi: D 3 ,Q-X, 2 we 2-X. ? 1: ji X P .A : . 1 . .-. '- 'E " '-fx :riff ., M, 4 Q., -,E1v',h,:'35zS:1.'i5'Q-' '- -- Jp,,.5-,ym-:ff...I x ,XR X ,QSQ -, X,A1T,5La-'iff - C A . - 5.-Rxwwv 'KE .-..,... 7, Jil., DLL 'UO BRIS-ETTE BERTHA BENTRUP, St. Joseph, Mo. Her stnturv tall- I hah' fl dumpy XYOlllZl!l." IRLENE IFRANZ. Berne, Ind. "Thy f:1thcr's pride :md llflllll.,. LUELLA RITT, Evansville, Ind. I Cannot toll how the truth may he I say the tale as 'twas said to me." MTI THE DEBRIS-ETTE FLORENCE VAN DREW, Wolcottville, Ind. 'Tis merit wins the Soul." RUTH M. SCOTT, LaGrange, Ind. "Whose littlv body lodged ru nnigglxty mind." 10' IHHIIY things may strikv tha- sight xx, A 11? I A x.N 1 ,l , ' w. rf"-w :SX ,i5'F.'.fs-'Tifr.F'::,g,q2:ir- Seniors Q-he Juniors THE DEBRIS-ETTE Junior Class Organization 1'1" Yiee-1'1'eA " ii , '1ll'C2lSlll'Q .. . . . Secretary ........... lva Lwwei' Hedwig Mietznei' Meta 112111416 Nzunni llutlei' lwlulflzi .lunge Mabel Dunifrm filraee Slierman efnlcnt .,.. ,. ..,..... ..... Miss liflitli Gappinger , . . . . .Miss lflulcla Ruge Miis Elsie Hopman Miss Ruby johnson Minnie Retzlaff llertlia Abelein Ruth Johnston Chloe YanHorn Katliryn Gansliorn lna Keinpff Czlrnlvn I-Ioliflav Helen 1l1'anst1'ato1' CLASS MOTTO .gIlL't'1.'SS Thru gt'1"I'IL'L' CLASS FLOWER ,'1lllL'l'1'l'tIlI Hfllllfj' Rrlxvx 36 .V ,sf A .ai-A ,X ,.x I., off' 2- " Juniors WZM The P I'QSl'lIT1QI1 THE DEBRIS-ETTE n F reshma Presialent ......... Y ice- Presiclent ..,. Treasurer ....... Secretary ...... . Mabel Ohniart Helena llrase Esther Tegeler Muriel lirancis Frances Mahler Clara Mieblce Muriel XYatson Norma Kleist Esther Spl tstnesser Clara Dienst Breta liiahman Class Organization Miss Nina Youse .. . . , . . . . . .Miss Ella Michael . . 4 . .M ss Elizabeth Riekenberg . . . . . .Miss Frances Lneclers Elizabeth Preuner Bertha :Xrkebauer Lillian liooyman Bessie Crowell Florence Eine Bessie Hanthwrne Bessie Steike Lydia Litehner Elsie Dress Della Bickel Lucile Miilvane CLASS MOTTO To llfukc an -'l1'I' of Lift' CLASS FLOWER Oplzvlia Rom' 40 D V i114 X' - if -X , W. V ,Q .5-y ' . ir- 'L All i - Hiffj tim "S ,J 3 xq 'X , 4 s 5 ,Wig .1 lx 1. U! 'I Ni'-' "al Freshmen ,Q isa ef-sr Q35 19 gi Q , P V Q 2. . "Si X, .gg Nag. - W s 4 iw ' L' Wfa 1 at Q ' Q A V- f :R- i ' 5119! inf " - QQQMC V if 2 CHEERY SMILE. '-55' 4? M 'fiifwa i cheery smile will often prove X iw most contagious thing, f' , 1 2156 It spreads and Scatters happiness iffy 4 fgz , QQ Like blossoms in the springg Digg And when things all go crookedly xo! And everything looks b1ue--- 0 A cheery smile is well worth while ,, E .ska " And always helps you through. xl s yfkfig' Q 4 . ' Xxx X M ii , A I . , 5' af fi 3 bo V -,zgqggo-5' 15+ :lg Sept 6 Sept 9 Sept IO Sept I2 Sept I3 Sept I4 Sept. I6 Sept I7 Sept 18 Sept 20 Sept 22 Sept 24 Sept 26 Sept 27 Sept 30 CDct 1 CDct 4 Clct 6 CDct 7 fact 8 Oct I2 CDct I4 Ckt I5 Clct. I7 CDct I8 Clct 25 Clct 28. Nov. 3 Tfov. 4. THE DEBRIS-ETTE 4 Calendar Classes started. More classes. Dr. Glock tells his experiences. "Une dark night," etc. Stdl niore classes Miss Ruge finds a faithful follower amongst the Freshmen. Typhoid vaccine administered. Miss Gray bids farewell to O. R. fEther Blachine on ire. Everybody excned. Miss Nickels mistaken for maid. Even our Class President must "stand up". Another Practical Nursing quiz. Can you beat it? Specimen disappears from Lab. X1Vho is guilty? Last class in "Vital Statistics". lliss llichter leaves. Dr. Carey attempts to cure our baseball lingers, wry necks, etc. Probationers arrive. We extend our heartfelt sympathy. A pair of spectacles add to l'3enny's clerical appearance. Perfect peace. Facuhy increases by one nnnnber. Exam. in Diseases of the Ear. Dr. Carey successfully yawns through a lecture. Dr. Gross submits to an operation, therefore no lecture. lDr. Ciarrette inrescribes li:C3. Ihz CruH shocks ennre dass Vonderau moves to Angel Boulevard. B4any'of IQ20 classleave. "Diseases of Ear" papers returned. "NVeeping, wailing and gnashing of teeth.U Lecture at Public Health Otiice. Miss Bischoff cliaperons. Class meeting in parlor. New rules and regulations. 43 Nov. Nov Nov Nov Nov. NOV Noi N ov N ov Dee Dee Dee Dec Dee Dec Dee Jan. Jan. Jan Jan -lan .lan Ian .lan ,lan Jan Ian. THE DEBRIS-ETTE Calendar ,llutvriu ilft'tl,liL'tI examination. Mrs. lirudi accompanies us to liekarts Everyone receives a wienel Nurses' Home receives paint and varnish for big time coming. Bliss Saupert leaves. .Xlumnae Association ,'Xnuiversary. Big celebration. Trip to lrene Byron llospital. Nineteen Twenty Class to lndianapolis. llob fails to appear. Clairvoyant consulted. Dr. Dupre introduces prospective lnternes. Nose and Throat notes tried out on Juniors. Numerous eases of colds, due to laek of wearing heavy underwear. New obstetrieian arrives on third Hoof. "Dr, liranz's daughter from Berne." Shower of household utensils on Xmas tree. Christmas. Everybody happy. Nn classes fur one week. Christmas Party. Hatch party. lfxeitement -X criminal in our midst. All student nurses have their "ins" and "outs" on new register at Nurses' llome. More joy. Dr. Carey misses class. More excitement! Zena Ruth has an appointment. Rumors of a party for benefit of the Seniors. All hopes shattered for a party. Ruth Scott displays diamond on left hand for a few days. How did Kroeger lose her voice? llliss Holtman interviews State Examiners. Nurses forbidden to be called by given names. Several freshmen off duty with Tonsilitis. 44 Jan. -lan. jan. jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Mch Mch Mch. Mch Mch hlch Mch Mch Mch Mch Mch Mch Mch Mch Mch. THE DEBRIS-ETTE Calendar "D1'. Garrette. when can I go on duty?" Seniors almost dismissed from class. Seniors, juniors and Freshmen attend lecture. YanDrew displays elaborate hair dress. juniors 'study all night for Anatomy exam. Nurses almost get donation of eight sheets. Holiday to the rescue. Invitation to Medical Meeting at Public Library. johnson finds new purpose for turpentine stupe. Miss Dress fails to distinguish Dr. Cvarrette from Dr. Yan Sweringen. Celebrated the afternoon by being photographed. Miss Riekenberg enjoys spring weather but loses P. M. Our intelligent and brilliant memories brought to light in the first lecture in Advanced Anatomy. Ask Dr. Dupre. Kroeger must be hysterical. She chooses her places where to fall. Exam. in Pharmacy. Pharmacy papers returned. Oh! Wihat a blow! Miss Koch's lecture to Alumnze on Central Registry. Seniors invited. Mr. Peters and Kroeger disagree on solutions. Seniors celebrate Dr. Rodriguezs birthday in class room. Dr. Garrette's exam. Last lecture in Surgery. Dr. Duemling gives few pointers for State Board. Dr. Rodriguezs exam. in Pediatrics, first section. Banquet at Anthony Hotel. Everybody hates to get up. Gappinger returns after a few weeks in the old home town. What happened to all the cootie garages? Announcement of State Board examination. Seniors cram for Diseases of the Nose and Throat. Nose and Throat papers returned. Everybody happy-even Doctor McBride. Calendar reduced. Commencement Day set for May 6. Annual goes to press. 45 THE DEBRIS-ETTE The Same Thing The world grows better year by year, Because some nurse in her little sphere, Puts on her apron and grins and sings And keeps on doing the saine old thing. Taking temperatures, giving the pills, To remedy mankind's numberless ills, Feeding the babies, answering bells, Being polite with a heart that rebels. Longing for home and all the while, VVearing the same old professional smile, Blessing the new born babies' first breath, Closing the eyes that lie still in Death. Taking the blame for the doctor's mistakes, Oh, dear, what a lot of patience it takes Going off duty at seven o'clock Tired, discouraged, just ready to drop. Called back on special at seven-fifteen, 'With woe in her heart which must not be seen, Morning and evening, noon and night, just doing it over and hoping itls right. lVhen we lay down our caps and cross the bar, Oh, Lord, will you give us just one little star To wear in our crown with the uniform new ln that city above where the head nurse is You? , -E. B. FRENCH 46 THE DEBRIS-ETTE Big:-splny ofa Nurse. V V V X ' ' ' W Y f ' 'ill ii' ii '- AW' 1-QNX dz lj. 4,51 I X' nj 'id X , - 1 A f .5 ,571 g .,f A Y, sq '12 C- lf' T T. ii fi-f lil -i yiil.i5 time ,-,,.4g in QB,-l e ie T MU! T rn. T , efssfzrzzz' - -stil sf - is A 'nn.,,-j'a,,.5-T,-dining. A Three WCFRSLCASE A J n - ATH1-ee-P11-riut Strictly Germ Proof The Xntiseptie lkl . , V1 my and the l'rophylactie Pup XYere playing in the garden when the Bunny gainholed up: They looked upon the creature with a loathing undisguisedg lt wasnt Disinfeeted and it wasn't Sterilized. They said it was a Mierohe and a llotbed of Disease. They steamed it in a vapor of a thousand odd degrees: They froze it in a freezer that was cold as llanished Hope, And washed it in perinangenate with carbolated snap. In sulphurated hydrogen they steeped its wiggly ears They trinuned its frisky whiskers with a pair of hard boiled shears They donned their rubber mittens and they took it hy the hand, And 'leeted it a ineniher of the Funiigated Band. Theres not a lllicroeoccus in the garden where they play: They bathe in pure iodofm , 'ln a dozen times a day: And each imbihes his rations from a Hygienic Cup, The Bunny and the llahy and the Vrophylactie Pup. 1fI.l2l'i'IIi 47 THE DEBRIS-ETTE Zgag 'X N QW ill i x M5 Hmm as fi 1 v N3 ,fo Q., . jg xx W, :WWXS to I1 l W1 ,Mall ill. fp llilw P e ' f' A' ,, ., 7 '- ' "':'5T'.'g1 -f' "', 5123 -.., 3'fQ"fl Weill . .1 jiri fill it S ff ll If -if T1 'iig IIAM4 TZ lil - xl zip- i nba is lllj 'iffy 5 . fe 'll -' :lg 0. fr l ll i l If 3 .r '14 N- I l 1 .l "'f 9 f .s . V91-i, , 1 gqi I , ii ii, 1 ,465 f' ' ,Z 1 5 ix f' ,jf lp' ' it R , 4: lzjwf 'Q . A, Av 1 7 I ,Q If 1 The Skull "The skull is an ovoid, shaped like an egg. and is not a perfect ellipse. The nose is on a line with the Optfll- ing of the ears and the base of the cheekbone. The height of the skull is about four-fifths of its length. The length of the skull from where the brow begins is equal to the height of the skull behind. In the face. the space between the eyes is equal to the length of one eye. How- ever, in the skull, the width of the space between the eye-sockets is less than the length of a socket." The top tloor apartment in the Human lllock known as the Cranium, and kept by the Sarah Sisters-Sarah Hrum and Sarah Bcllum, assisted by Medulla Oblongata. All three are nervous. but are always confined to their cells. The brain is done in gray and white, and furnished with light and heat, hot or cold water tif desired J, with regular connections to the outside world by way of the Spinal Circuit. Usually occupied by the Intellect llrothers-Thoughts and Ideas -as an intelligence office, THE DEBRIS-ETTE Socials Our first year was marked by no social events due to the lntluenza Epidemic. However, in our second year a better school spirit was created. During the summer and early autumn many wiener and corn roasts were enjoyed at Foster Park, the partaking of breakfasts by the night girls at the Park were also marked attractions. Our Halloween Party given Oct. 25, 1919, was the hrst class party. For this purpose the attic of our home was used. The costumes furnished much of the amusement. The "spookiness" of Halloween was made very grewsome by the presence of ghosts and a lfortune Teller. So successful was the party that another one was planned by the entire training school outlet. 30. 1919. This was held in our l'arlor and Library. The Halloween Spirit prevailed at this time as before. For our last Halloween Party Dr. Carey kindly offered us the use of his othce building which was under construction. However, due to the absence of windows and the cold weather. it was impossible for us to accept his offer. Therefore, we spent our afternoon decorating the basement of our home. It was such a successful masquerade that even our Superintendent and Interne could not be recognized. On April 21, llj2O, the Juniors gave a Banquet in honor of the Seniors at the XVolf RQ Dessauer Auditorium. The hospital colors, blue and white. predom- inated throughout the decorations, and the tables were decorated prettily with the Senior and junior class Howers. After the dinner the evening was spent in various forms of entertainment. This was the hrst social event given in honor of the graduating class. In order to obtain funds for lawn and porch furniture for our Nurses' Home a Lawn Social was given on july 22, 1920. The days preceding the social were marked by the enormous sale of tickets. The weather favored us and the eatables were disposed of in a short time. The result was that Two Hundrd Fifty-two Dollars was cleared. The training school wishes to thank everyone for his hearty co-operation and donations. b Even though we could not spend our Christmas at home, the spirit of the season was not lacking due to the thoughtfulness of our Principal and her assist- ants. In the center of our Reception Hall stood our tree underneath which our gifts were placed. Ilesides this we also received a goodly share of candy, nuts, and fruits. This last year we added to our usual amusement-each class furnish- ing an original entertainment. On March 16, 1921, the entire Senior class attended the musical comedy, "Irene". For this rare privilege we are greatly indebted to the Alumnae Associ- ation. Our joys for the week were not ended by this event, for a few nights later the Class of 1920 pleasantly entertained us at a banquet, which was one of the most enjoyable evenings we have spent during our three years of training. VVe hope that in the coming years the school spirit will progress and that more social events will be enjoyed by students and Faculty. 49 THE DEBRIS-ETTE Commencement Call this not a clay of joyg 'tis that Un which we all must part: Melnories of our by-gone years Must soothe an aching heart Ere Father Time in swiftest flight Numbers another year Causes unknown may separate Each friend from classmate dear Make not of this a festal timeg Each hour but sounds a kncll No word to us is saclder than That word of words-Farewell. -DOL.AN. 50 THE DEBRIS-ETTE We, the class of IQZI, have much to leave behind, And the following disposition we will make. providing you don't mind. To the Faculty we leave our sincere thanks and heartfelt appreciation, For all their valuable assistance-not to mention The stray bits regarding us they may have added to their information. To the Senior Classes of the future We give and bequeath our noteworthy positions- May they be worthy of their acquisitions. To the Junior Class we leave our titles as Seniors. To the Freshmen our sophisticated knowledge as Seniors. To the Probationers our regrets that they may not know us as Seniors. To Ruth Johnson, in case of exhaustion, Bertha Bentrup's laugh-there is plenty for auction. To Ruby Johnson, Helen Diekroegers dignity, To Ina Kempff, we give and bequeath Clara Mosier's superfluous volubility. To Bertha ,-Xbelein, Yelma XYatson's audacity, To Edith Gappinger, Pauline Yeager's equanimity. To Meta Bahde, Larry Nord's masculine aspirity. To Hulda Ruge, Florence YanDrew's insipidity. To Katherine Ganshorn, Ada Fry's gentility. To Carolyn Holiday our intern-ity. To those in need, Anna Vonderau's intellectuality. To Naomi Butler. Ruth Scott's sarcasticability. To Hulda lunge, Zena Vlfilliams' verbosity. To Minnie Retzlaff, lrlene Franzs embonpointity. To Elsie Hopman, Luella Ritt's avoirdupoisity. To Hedwig Mietzner, June Gray's ability for political oratory. To Grace Sherman and Mabel Dunifon, equally divided. Elizabeth Stevens elongicity. To lva Lower, Edna Kroegefs nervicity. To Chloe VanHorn and Helen Branstrator, Gertrude Nickels' agility. 51 THE DEBRIS-ETTE I f , .u' L ' - XV? if ' ? .WV Xml, GYAZW Ngf ff Vulfzg VXQKS- If zmy of that which couief after this Shoulfl stir your zuiger, hurt your pride, Be wise and learn what you should know- lVe aim to help, and not cleride. The slams in this book may seem unfair- lfut it's your oxyu fault if you're mentioned there 52 THE DEBRIS-ETTE A Fresbie's Hope I Want to be a Senior and with the Seniors stand, lfVith a fountain pen behind my ear and a notebook in my hand. I Wouldn't be a President, I wouldn't be a King, I wouldn't be an Emperor for all that wealth would bring, l'd rather be a Senior and never do a thing. -Ex. Things We Would Like to Know XYhat Dr. Garrette includes in a "soft nourishing diet". Why Uncle Adams chair collapsed. When Dr. Beall eats. Why Dr. Carey has an acute attack of Yawning during lecture. lVhen Dr. Mcllride sings. Vlfhy the ether machine works for Dr. Schneider and not Dr. Garrette. llfho Dr. Duemling's "little sister" is. If balanced rations will improve Dr. Rodriguez's physique. W'hat has become of Dr. Dupre's time record in Goitres. lVhat constitutes Dr. Gross's prophylactic treatment for appenzlicitis. The color of Dr. Kruse's next car. lVhat Dr. Glock did "one dark night". How Dr. McBride remembers the names of his patients. If Dr. Crull uses lstrongj language. Wfhy Dr. Grandy adopted meal hours for taking X-ray pictures. Miss Lucy's pre-operative treatment for appendicitis. Dr. Duemliug Lin O. RJ: "Gutta percha drains!" Miss Yeager Qrushing out into the work roomy: "Miss Lucy. where are the Galli Curci drains Dr. Garrette attempts to take 'lane McBride's temperature. jane: "Use papa's thermometer, it's more sterile." 'I' el- Aspiration, mystification, probation-three months' duration. Anticipation, hard occupation. short vacation, no cessation- Expectation, then salvation. In realization of the gratification of graduation. 'I' 'I' Freshman: "How do you spell phlebitis ?" Pauline Yeager: " 'Fle', I guess." 'ls rl' Dr. Dupre: "Anatomically, locate the kidneysf' Miss Bentrup: "They are situated behind the spinal cord." 53 THE DEBRIS-ETTE Why Not Smile? The thing that goes the farthest Toward making life worth while, That costs the least and does the most. Is just a pleasant smile. The smile that bubbles from the heart That loves its fellow men, XX'ill drive away the cloud of gloom. It's full of worth and goodness, too. XYith manly kindness blent, It's worth a million dollars. And doesnt cost a cent.-EI. 'X' 'I' Miss Il: "What do you intend to do after graduation Miss Nord: "Uh! nothing much, but plan my clothesf XYaiter: "Are you a German?" Customer: "No, but I'm Hungary." Wiaiterz "Then I cannot Serbia,"-Zi.r. rl' '-I' Junior: "IK'hat is the formula for 70 percent alcohol ?' Senior: "XYe'll ask Mr. Peters." el- 'I' Dr. Dupre interviews patient who is somewhat deaf, To patient: "XIV name is Dr. Dupref' Patient: "XYhat ?" Dr. Dupre: "I am Dr. Duprefl Patient: "XYhen do I pray 'I' 'I' v I-111 supposed to be an automatic machine. XYound up for three years, Never tired or sleepy or out of sorts, Above all, never nervous, no matter what I hear, see or smell. I am never uumoved, unconscious, attending only to my duties, Gentle as a lamb. patient as Job, wise as Solomon, I Strong as Samson, thick skinned as a rhinoceros, I am above all human weakness- I am a student nurse. 'I' 'I' A Post fMortemQD Script Mr. Bronson died very suddenly and an important business letter was left unmailecl. Before sending it off, his secretary, who was Irish and had a passion for explanatory detail, added the following postscript below Mr. Bronson's signature: "Since writing the above I have died."-Er. I 54 THE DEBRIS-ETTE Treatment Fitting the Case "XVhat are you treating me for, doctor F" "Loss of memory. You have owed me a bill of S60 for two years."-E.r. 'if 'I' A professor. who had been a little too exacting with a student at an examin- ation on chemistry. asked, as a Hnal question, "Can you tell me anything at all about prussic acid?" "Yes," replied the student. "it is a deadly poison. One drop on the end of your tongue would kill a dog."-Ex. 'I' 'X' M other's Ologies Daughter: "Yes, 1've graduated. but now I must inform myself in psychol- ogy, philology, bibli-" Practical mother: "Stop! I have arranged for you a thorough course in roastology. bakeology, stitchology, darnology, patchology. and a general domestic hustleologyf'-E,1'. 'X' 'I' LOST-By surgical procedure, one painful bunion from Miss Lucy's left foot. 'X' "P Dr. Duemling wants one more sponge, on the operative field, than he can use if he lives to be one hundred.-KH3' sfi'm'1'aI 1'vq1zvsf.l el' 'le "All sponges soaked in blood. ...... , etc., must be carefully separ- ated ...... , ...... , ...... , ...... . .. made little green apples." "To retract means to hold hack." " ...... . ...... , ...... , This isn't a Sunday school class." f'Good morning ! l ! I" "Come on, little sister. a little more speed." "lust like the Hoat mother used to make." "Count your sponges, ties, peritoneal closure" tsimultaneouslyl. fE.rcc1'fifs from Dr. DIlt'IIlf1i1lgi'.V 0fU1'Ufl'i'C' co1z'z'v1'srzt1'011 J -lf 'If Do's and Don'ts DCYS-FOR NURSES: Always pour medicines opposite labels. A place for everything and everything in its place. Do not go to and from the hospital without a wrap. fPenalty is forfeit of two C23 half days.D Study hour from 7:30 to 8 :go p. m.-every evening. Silence always. DON'TS-FOR NURSES, TOO: Don't congregate in corridors. Don't receive telephone calls while on duty. Don't forget to register your incomings and outgoings. Don't forget the study hour, nor its purpose. Dont forget the 10:15 gong. Don't forget the Do's! 55 IAXIUITIIIHG Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Mrs. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss THE DEBRIS-ETTE Augusta Fischer.. Amelia Hilgendorf Meta Hollman .... Ida Neuman .... Anna Lauman .... Emma Gerke .... Emelia Rathert. . . CLASS 1907 .............. ...Public Health Nurse . . . . . . . .Private Nurse . . .Public Health Nurse . . . . . . . .Private Nurse home . . , .Mrs. lltto Meyers .. . .Private Nurse CLASS 1908 W'ilhelmina Sehug .................... ..... K Irs. Geo. Edwards Elizabeth Schaefer .... ..... R Irs. Carl Moeller Carrie Bruns ...... .... 3 Irs. Herman Miller Emma Hempel. .. ........ Private Nurse Millie Sprengler.. ...... Private Nurse Clara Reichert ..... .............. .... K I rs. H. lfrahm CLASS 1909 Sylvia Schaufele ..... .......,....... ..... B I rs. G. A. Hull Anna Bruer ...... i..Mrs. Fred Groweock Sevilla Denninger .... ......,. P rivate Nurse Minnie Brueggemann. .. ...... Private Nurse Viola Kierschke.. ..,. Private Nurse Carrie Raquet .... ...,.. I 'rivate Nurse Maud Sheehan.. . ........ Private Nurse Hedwig Braatz .... .... 3 Irs. Otto Kueher Martha Schneider... ,..... Private Nurse Bertha Smith .... .... K Irs. E. Graham Elva Miller ..., ...Mrs. M. McCuen Teresa Koth ..... .......,....... ..... K I rs. S. Decker CLASS 1910 Lena Kramer.. . . ............... .......... P rivate Nurse Elsie Sander .... Marie Sander.. . . Bertha Sander .... Meta Koch ...... Frieda Boese .... Marie Richert .... Emma Maddux. . . Pauline Huser.. . . Ella Graf ........ . . .Public Health Nurse . . .Public Health Nurse ............Married . . . .Mrs. hl. Schmidt ..........Married . . . . . . Private Nurse .. . . . . . . .Private Nurse . . .Public Health Nurse ....Mrs. R. Matthews CLASS 191 1 Margaret Roehrs .... .............................. I Irs. Edw. VVolf Louise Buuck ...... .............................. R flrs. Hugo Hanser Anna Holtman ..... ..... P rincipal. Lutheran Hospital. Fort lVayne, Ind. Selma Fisher .... ............................ K Irs. Geo. Hoffman Emelia Crist .... . . . .... Government Nurse 57 Lillian Huffman ..... Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss lllss Miss Mrs. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Bliss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Bliss Miss Miss Miss THE DEBRIS-ETTE CLASS 1911 CContinuedj Esther Hanser ................................... Mrs. Duncan Fraser Effie Reese ...... ..., . . , . ............. At home lirieda Auer .... ..... B lrs. S. St. John Catherine Bell ..... Clementine Bell .... Francis Helmer. . . Lorna Duhm .... Lottie Creed. . . . . .Public Health Nurse ............Deceased . , . . . .Private Nurse . . . .Private Nurse , . . .Mrs. G. XYade CLASS 1912 Elsa Dorman .... .............. . ..Public Health Nurse Anna Berger ..... ..... B Irs. Robt. jakisch Clara Graef .....1. ........ P rivate Nurse Elsa Sperry ......... ..... l 'ublic Health Nurse Agnes lilumenkranz. .. ............. Surgical Nurse Eda Lare ........... .... 1 lrs. Anderson Holsinger Lulu Dixon .......,.......... ................ . ......... 1 Irs. E. Snell Emma Guenther ...........,...,...............,....... Private Nurse Edith Heiser ..... Night Su Marie Braemmer ......... Daisy Chapman .......... Margaret Reiclenbach ..... Tone Mallman ...... Frances Nicol .... Erna Lange.. . . Marie P-uuck ..... Martha Zollman ..... Marie Kaemlein ..... Anna Lincleke ..... Sadie Sickinger .... lfriecla Kretzman .... . . Hulda Loser ........ Nora .lohannsen ..... Bessie ,letlrey ..... . Mary lYinans ........ Minnie Yatthauer .... Leola Richter ...... Anna XValter .... Adela Zollman .... Johanna Klotz .... Clare Steiss ........ Marie Eickmeyer .... Clara Finger ............ Sophia Kleinschmiclt .... Mayme Stegner ....... Frieda Frincke ....... pervision, Lutheran Hospital, Des Moines. Iowa . . . . . .Supt. Lutheran Hospital. Hampton, Iowa Larleton Hatch CLASS IQI3 A ....Mrs.H.Jones . .1 .Private Nurse ..................School Nurse .................,.....Private Nurse . . . . . . . .Supt. Plymouth tXYis.l Hospital . . . .Asst Supt. Plymouth lXYis.l Hospital ........................Private Nurse .......................Private Nurse . . . . .Mrs. F. Heimlich .........Deceased CLASS 1914 ... . . . . . . . . . .. ....Mrs. XYalter XYeimer . . . . .Public Health Nurse . , , . .Mrs. A. Merchant . . . . . . .Private Nurse ........Mrs. M. Large ...........Private Nurse .. .Dr. Duemling's Nurse . . . . . . . . .Private Nurse . . . , . . . . .Private Nurse . . . .Mrs. Herbert Miser Hubert Reid C. Arnheiter . . . . .National Sanitorium, johnson City, Tenn. ............................Private Nurse L. Moore . . . . . .Mrs. G. Streuli 53 Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss THE DEBRIS-ETTE Louise Mohr ..... Ruth Mutchler.. . . . CLASS 1915 Catherine Schmidt .... .... S urgical Nurse, Vai Ida Lichtsinn.. , . . . Emma Schneider. . Alma Finke ...... Mabel Bechtold. . . Vera Hoverman. . . Marie Ackerman. llelle Snyder ..... Irene Nichols. . . Nellie Daniels .... Florence Clark .... Martha Schult.. . . . Louise Nickel .... Ileda Nicol ..... Eda Bartling ..... Mary Patton ....... Catherine Zink.. . . . CLASS 1916 ... . . .Mrs. C. Gough . . . . ...Private Nurse 1 Wert 10.3 Hospital . . .. ...Private Nurse ...Mrs. Martin Seltz . . . . . . .Private Nurse . . . .Mrs. I. O'Conner . . . . .Mrs S. Moore ..........Married .......Mrs. LI. Savoy Mrs. Chas. Alexander ......Mrs. T. Staley . . . .Private Nurse . . . . . .Private Nurse . . . .Industrial Nurse ........QfHce Nurse ..Mrs. VV. Goldsmith ......Mrs. L. Gilliam .. . . . .Private Nurse Olive Archer .... .... IN lrs. I. Grosjean Eva Beers ........... .... K lrs. E. Metzger Margaret Daniels .... .............. ...... P r ivate Nurse CLASS 1917 Nina Gross. ..... ................. ...... P r ivate Nurse Anna Kugler. ........ . .Mrs. L. lirimmel Elenor Daehnke ,.... ....... P rivate Nurse Anna Kruse ....... ....... P rivate Nurse Laura I-Iinderer. .. .Public Health Nurse Yiolette lVehrle.. ..... Industrial Nurse Cora I-Iabighorst ..... ....... P rivate Nurse Dorothea Sander. . . . . .Mrs. P. XVeinhold Louise Henrich .... ...,... P rivate Nurse Anna Zornig ..... ....... IX Irs. K. More Marian Moore. .... .Public Health Nurse Lesta Skeels ..... ....... P rivate Nurse Ida Fleming.. .. . .... Private Nurse Nora German .... ...........,.... .... l ' rivate Nurse CLASS 1918 Corabelle Joerns ..... ............. .... B I rs. D. llrown Margaret Stoskoph ..... . ., .... Private Nurse Pauline Franz ....... .......... .................. R I rs. P. Saxman Bessie Cottrell. .... .................................. P rivate Nurse Pauline Bischoff ........ .-Xss't Supt., Lutheran Hospital, Fort Mfayne, Ind. Lulu Ixestler ...... .......................... Meta Borneman. . 59 . . . . . . .Private Nurse ...Mrs. T. Schafer Mrs. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miiss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss THE DEBRIS-ETTE Lottie Keller. . . . Julia Plass. . . Eva Kelly ...... Goldie Turley .... Anna Holtkamp. . . Delta 'I'rautinan. . Mary Denner.. . . Margaret S-uccop. . Ruth Fair. ..... . Nell Saxinan .... Ida Finger ........ Dorcas Stevens.. Magdeline Ileaghler Matilda Miller... Alina Ziinmernian IYilda Sutter .... . Louise Stoekinan Ella Grabe ...... llertha Schernau. . lfannie Chandler. Hazel Shuttle. . . Elsa Finger .... Meta Arndt .... Edna Arndt .... Mae Xlilson.. . .. Erna Luedders.. Dorothea Matteson. Dorothy Stewart... CLASS IQI8 QContinuedj Night Supervisor, Luth. Hosp.. Fort XVayne, Ind. CLASS 1919 . . . . . .Private Nurse . . . . . .Private Nurse ......Mrs. lj. Snyder Dr. Duemlings Nurse ....Mrs. S. Schmoe . . . . . . . .Private Nurse . . .Private Nurse . . .Private Nurse . . .Private Nurse Tenn. . . . . .National Sanitoriuin, Johnson City . . . .National Sanitoriuni, CLASS 1920 Beatrice Greenewalt.. . . . Lyle Koch ........ Mae Heine ...... Rowena Schoatf. . . Edith Bald, .... . Amelia Nord .... Helen Boyer ...... Jeanette Bryan.. . . . Theodora Riekenberg.. . . . Vesta Neff ............ Aurelia Vifendlandt. Harriet McMillan.. Susie Gaff ........ Rhea Betters ...... Montez Emery.. . . . Arida Bell. ..... . Augusta Yager .... Lydia Kirsch .... 60 .. . . . .Private johnson City, Nurse Tenn. . . . . . .Private Nurse .. . . . .Private Nurse .. . .Mrs. A. Bohne . . .Private Nurse . . . . .Private Nurse ....Mrs. XV. Hubley . . . . . .Private Nurse . .Institutional Nurse . .Institutional Nurse . . . . .Private Nurse . . . . . .Private Nurse . . . .Industrial Nurse . . . . .Private Nurse . . .Private Nurse . . .Private Nurse . . .Private Nurse . . . . .Private Nurse . . . . .Private Nurse . . . .Industrial Nurse . . . . . .Private Nurse . . . . .Private Nurse Public Health Nurse . . . . . .Private Nurse . . .Private Nurse . . .Private Nurse . . .Private Nurse . . .Private Nurse . . . Private Nurse . . . . .Private Nurse . . . . .Private Nurse . . . . . Private Nurse . . . . .Private Nurse . . . . .Private Nurse A F fiend One Good Turn Deserves Another We take this opportunity to thank our adver- tisers for their patronage and co-operationg they are worthy firms and the public should avail themselves of every opportunity to bring them business. .- 1 1 13... .... ... .....-.1... .-.1 -H --.v-1-..1-.-un.. -1.11. R RODE'S R FOR THE MONEY YOU SPEND. OUR SPRING STOCK IS READY- STYLES RIGHT, QUALITY RIGHT. PRICES RIGHT The Rurode Dry Goods Company In Fort Wayrfe Since 1860 Y Wayne Pharmacal Company Physicians' Supplies J SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DRESSINGS- I LABORATORY, DISPENSARY AND I HOSPITAL SUPPLIES I 202-206 WEST BERRY PHONES 709 AND 4401 I 'I' --------- ----- -------- ---- . 4. OF COURSE YOU ARE INTERESTED IN SEEING I "WHAT'S NEW" AND YOU WANT TO FEEL THAT YOU ARE GETTING THE FULL VALUE 1.-11111111111 p1gl1n1n111111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1...-..1.g1u1 E. P. Ofenloch Good Shoes 1 1 I4 Calhoun Street The Peoples Drug Store W. C. KAISER Prescriptions a Specialty Opp. P. O., Corner B rry and Clinton Phone 2198 Regis French Dry Cleaning Co. The Pioneer Master Cleaner 1205 Calhoun Street GIFTS THAT LAST DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY STYLE PLUS QUALITY Blake your st-loc-tio11s from our High Hnxllt' Stock :nf 0xe:cptio11:1llv low Iil'1L'0N. CARL ROSE J EWELER 1021 Calhoun Street BEST ICE CREAM SODA IN CITY The Wildwood Drug Store Headquarters for Nu rses' Supplies TELEPHONE 73 66 PHONE 6098 E. H, ROLE COAL AND SUPPLY CO. COAL, COKE, WOOD l SEWER PIPE, FLUE LINTNG, l CEMENT, ETC. S 1 1702-1710 FAIRFIELD AVE. 1 "Say It With Flowers" For All Ovczlsious WENNINGHOFF, Florist 1005 Calhoun St. Telephone 2936 I THE TRANSFER CANDY KITCHEN HOME MADE CANDIES A SPECIALTY ICE CREAM I SODAS I soET DRINKS l Sl'lCk,'IAL DISHES AT RICASONABLE PRICES 626 CALHOUN ST. TEL. 4431 Robert Klaehn fs? Sons Funeral Directors 221-223 Washington Boulevard, East ' 2 ff fa-:F e - ! 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Toenges Ee Sons SHOE STORE ' 1127 Maumee Avenue N-WW W' ' W'-I .-111n1q,n1..1-.1111-11-....-...-.111-..-1 Tllffllce BOSTON STORE ifesflice . It is the policy of the Boston Store to sell merchandise of the best quality only and to sell at prices within reach of everyone. If you are not acquainted with this store. come in and visit our many departments-you will be surprised at the amazingly low prices of our fine quality lnerchandise. Our new summer dresses are here. We carry a. complete line of X You can be dressed smart and in- nurses' gingham, muslin, sheet- X expensively by buying here. ing, etc., at lowest prices. I N 1 1, K. 1. ,E ,, E, E E KE, . ,H N i OT TO PETERS l REGISTERED PHARMACIST TELEPHONE 705 5 2 7 2 3 BROADWAY 111 1 111 11,1 1 1111 11 .-.1n1.n1u11.1..1u1. .1unillnv11u.1..n1...1.m1.,..1.Ini-..,1I...-...IH1n..1m.-.nn.-n,.1u..1ml,n-.1nf.-.,,.1..-..-Univ-nina, CLARK FRUIT CO Fruits and Vegetables SCHLOSSER BROS Butter and Ice Cream Philip Koehlinger Druggist WASHINGTON ST. X Xa Hg W. MCIHZCD Peoples IIZQ MAUMEE AVENUE NEW HAVEN Corner University INDIANA The 5 Glynlpla "WALK-OVER" PRENCESS AT An Ideal Shoe for the Nurse K1tCheH for the spring of 1921 White cloth with rubber heel WALK-OVER BOOT SHOP 812 CALHOUN RT WAYNE DRUG COMPA F0 w Z 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 :1 1 1 1 -.1-1.1 1 1 1p11..1..14-I..-,,1..1.l1 1 1 1 , I I ' P What If Your House Should Burn ' Tonight? VICTQR H, CLINTON R. WILLSON A INSURANCE HILGEMAN Au Kinds I 11fi"'liEfffff?'G1Xf"l11t.flf'1'f1 A I ' DENTIST Afsizlsiiigh 203 N011 Bldg. PIIOIIB S93 I 3 I ,X Zimmerman Supply Co. X-RAY AND ELECTRO-THERAPEUTIC APPARATUS EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL FOR THE PHYSICIAN. DENTIST OR HOSPITAL TELEPHONE 4194 1333 CALHOUN ST. FORT WAYNE. 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