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

 - Class of 1966

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Senior Nleclical-Surgical Experience Acloiser to the A,o,bena'ix We, the gracluating class MIQ66, wish to a'ea'icate our 1966 APPENDIX to Mz'ss Norma Huyck. She has been a teacher, acloiser, ana'friena' to each cyfus. Mz'ss Huyclc has had nursing experience in Public Health, inclustgf, the a'octor's ojjice, general a'uQ1, as well as teaching. She is always eager to answer our questions, calm our pars, ana' laugh at our mistakes. She sets ajine lorojessional examlolejor all cjus tohllow. She is willing to a'o all that she can in helping us ,orocluce our APPENDIX. Thanks hr eoegfthing, M iss Huyclf. A dm in Z'Slf7'6llfZ.071 F aculy and Personnel You cannot practice for her every Day The knowledge that you give her will not stream On her young mind in one bright, blinding ray But you can plant a dream. Ah, you can plant a dream in her young heart . A dream of excellence whose light will gleam Upon her pathway as the years depart Your words can plant a dream. To sow a dream and see it spread and grow To light a lamp and watch its brightness gleam Here is a gift that is divine l know To give a child a dream . Anne Campbell 'xg Q 3w' HW ve V- , I f L . ' . E .. .- S' E+gf r.f,-1 , 'V-Ye:-rm V -' , , -:E-'A--sa 1 V-.ming-, : , - V 'fag nf A X Y + x af My X a- V. W A ff A dm in z'stra1fz'0n NLr. Kruse has shown a sincere interest in the nursing students and has supported our many projects throughout the year. He carries forth his duties to the hospital with much devotion and loyalty. All personnel can call him friend. 'lbw-alt' NLR. GEORGE WALLS, Assistant Administrator and acting Director of Nursing Service. NTR. EDGAR KRUSE, Administrator Mr. Walls is in his first year here at Lutheran. He has been very kind and helpful to all of the stu dents as well as all other personnel. He is fast be- coming acquainted with Lutheran's policies and performing his many duties in a fine manner, Truly Mr. Walls is well qualified for his position. 17' 2 1 Q J lvfRS. CARRIE M. FILION, Director of Nursing Education. Mrs. Filion is continuing to serve our school well. She is acutely aware of our problems and interests and strives to bring us attitudes which will bring us to maturity. Mrs. Filion is proud of her profession and helps us in many ways as we grow to become professional nurses. una.. -....,, 1:25 The reason firm, the temperate will, endurance, forsight, strength, and skill ll ursing Service Personnel h V J i F z I 'gk , 4 1 f-fl ' f , ff'-A 'A ' wi TZ-. NX-or ' 3 -. V .,1"'35f2:31 4 ' j""+'-'-- A '--v,..+..' . . - , '- -A '--. ...-.1... Q, ' Y I MISS M. OVERMEYER Assistant Director, Nursing Service w M ,J - MRS. H. FUZY MRS. J. GAVALANOS MRS. L. HITZEMAN Day Supervisor Maternal and Child In-Service Education Health Supervisor 1 V l MRS. M. MAXWELL MRS. H. MIDDLETON MRS. O. WATERMAN Day Supervisor Day Supervisor Surgery S1lPeYViS0f I2 "S, K, I 'QU MRS. M. BURRIS Evening Supervisor MRS. G. MOORE Evening Supervisor MRS. L. VACHON Evening Supervisor MISS D. BROWN Night Supervisor MRS. A. ROBERTS Night Supervisor MRS. STONE Night Supervisor I3 Faculgf I I MRS. JANE BADGLEY, R.N., B.S.N Instructor of Medical- Surgical Nursing MISS RUTH BECKMANN, R.N. Assistant Instructor of Fundamentals of Nursing MR. E. DAN BUTZ,B.S. Instructor of Pharmacology MRS. EST!-IRR EI-IRMAN, R.N. Instructor of Emergency and Disaster Nursing MRS. MARY E. FLANIGAN, R.N., B S Health Nurse and Instructor MRS. LUCIA HARLEY, A.D.A., B.S. Instructor of Nutrition MISS DOROTI-IEA HENSLER, R.N., B.S.P.H.N., Instructor of Medical- Surgical Nursing Not pictured: Mr. Robert McCord MISS NORMA HUYCK R N Instructor of Senior Experience MRS. GENEVIEVE LINDQUIST, R.N. Instructor of Operating Room MISS JOYCE MEYER, R.N. Assistant Instructor of Dundarnentals of Nursing MISS BETTY NORDHOLM, R.N., B.A. Instructor of Medical-Surgical Nursing IV ' THE REV. JOHN TEWS Instructor of Religion MRS. EILEEN SHEPHARD, R.N., B.S.N Instructor of Maternity Nursing MISS DOLORES STICKAN, R.N. Instructor of Medical Surgical Nursing MRS. LORA THOMAS, R.N. Instructor of Pediatrics I H b H? i K- I L, F. rg, 5- D 5 Ea . 4 .. . ' ,gy 'Il-A-A-335'-' Head Nurses CP ,ff my-Y jf" Q If gxff 1 MRS. HOFFMAN Moellering One NLR S. MINIER Moellering Two MISS B. PURDY Emergency Room MISS I. ZACEL West One MRS . ROBER SON Surgery MISS D. BENNINGHOFF South Two MISS M. PARADY Recovery Room MRS. NUSBAUM West Two MRS. B. CALLAHAN Labor and Delivery 16 . y , -Q : Q ,4 . , N A 4 I ,X ? 1, , ..,,! , fr V. lie 4? new r. Aybt I ., ' H i f Q- 5 , N .ffff,g.:.,. Q ..., U --v - , qw yt -" if W J' 'Lg .N ' ' X Aj if 4 3, L f::.,1e.sf F Q V - ,rll - , , if . , , " A 14 Eh Q .,.,, L A .,,, 33' ...MMM m X TJ 4 x MISS L. RAYL Post Partum MRS. KOENAMANN Newborn Nursery MRS. C. FLETCHER West Three MRS. M. SMITH Premature Nursery MISS A. SCHWEHN North-East Four MISS E. GERBER South Four MRS. M. SORG Pediatrics MRS. J. THIMLAR North-East Five MRS. R. REI-IM West Six I7 Department Heads MR. ELMER BUTZ Administrative Assistant MR. R. RECH Administia tive A ssi stant MR. ROBERT REEDY Administrative Assistant MR. H. CORDES Credit Manager REV. WILFRED SCI-INEDLER Head Chaplain MR. A. GENNER Personal Director and Public Relations 18 DR. WALTER GRIEST Chief Pathologist a mt I .I DR. RICHARD CRAIG Chief Radiologist MISS DIANE HASLER Medical Records MRS. LUCIA HARLEY Chief Dietitian '32 ' ,pf .Q-fa MR. DAVIE PARROT Inhalation Therapy MR. STEVE JONES Phys1ca1 Therapy I9 .. j g ,wi - "5-1' , MR . ELMER BUTZ Pharmacy MR. SEIPS Central Supply MRS . L. KNAACK Housekeeping NERS. C. STEIN ER Purchasing MR. R. SYMONDS Laundry Manager MR. HOWARD WICRLIFF Plant Superintendent 20 Residence Director Q 7- Inf 1 ' 3 A S 'V - .f 3 ': ' -3' s I --. Q K 3 Al. ' if ' P' -.. 2 .. - . 23? Q. 5' 5 ,M . is M. ' - 'E i' . j- ' 1 -F at Q , r .. I . . 5 3-S' - e, w 5: f P 5, 3 2' " " Q X-'Lx 4. ef '1- s .url .,. M4 N ' 355 1 5' f f' , ' ': .ii if 11:3 1 .gr Z, r ,. A W, 'X . V R5 331. 1? 9' v . r .Qi 1-. is ., Q ' M rite fl-15 . ' - as H-'W . . ff ug if 'f ff s "' 1' N Y 1 gg.. 52' rs? Y .. w .- H: ' K .5 Q' ' -if ,. 2 , ..-, 1 Q.. V . 9 , 1-, ., Nh Q -. fb' -z, 5 ni. NIRS . MARC-AR ET EDDY This was Mrs. Eddy's first year here at Lutheran and a fine one it has been, With her help, we have had many successful activities throughout the year. We owe much ofthe success of our first dinner-dance to Nirs. Eddy. Many rules have been revised, with her help, thus making life here at school more enjoyable and worthwhile. To Mrs. Eddy we say welcome and thank-you! 21 Personnel in the Nurses, Home Mrs. Gaskill works very hard as Regisuar. 0415+- ' l.p Switchboard Operators: STANDING is Mrs. Wil liamson and SEATED is Mrs. Orr. Absent--Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Garmon. V... Librarians: Mrs. Ferguson and Mrs. Mathews. V 'A 4 5, Q.: :IQ - A , -1 'V ' .. -fff 1 1-. ,ff U lf,-f x ' , . ' , ' V 'N Z 'fl-j Q I . ' iz '- . .. , .l 3 3:5 E -2-,Q-ss, .gg Qs- . ' Y x V -iss, 5, f 3+s:,: -as. r l, :V ' 4 V' ' . t A' . j , X '- f' ' if , - L ' -.. ,, .i ..,. ' ' 'cry f- ' f 7 75 - , .P . 5: 1 ' -1, ' r 5 -- ' ' i v is " - 1 L- , ' We f jf' :K ., f i- 1 K '-X , we-wi, 1 2 - , 5 . ' " '- Housekeeping Personnel: STANDINGg Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Ramos. SEATED3 Mrs. Sonier and Mrs. Fiedler. ABSE.NTg Mrs. Moorman, Mrs. Stiles. 23 TC A M i SS, I' -'W at R M 2 5 E Health Office: Mrs. Fl.lDI1lgJ.Tl, Dr. Deelcy, and Dr. W. Kruse. Custodian: Mr. Teagarden. OTWZ LW My student days were always hard. Yet in our nurses' dorm There was one port in time of need, No matter what the storm . I found a friend across the hall. Her smile was sweet and warm. It wasn't what she said to me. QI guess I knew she prayed . . . D It was her loving way with folks That never seemed to fade, - And such a friendliness about The way she offered aid. I learned to know the Savior then. I'm sure I heard His call Because I saw Him in a friend Who loved me too, and all His love I might have missed, but for That friend across the hall. from ON CALL gg. qfv-fg'5..1fx.i h ,fwjlj vi 'ffvgfy:v'-y"f:- Q x . - 5 el, - - n ,. Kwimivf1y:x1':.+:w,,-,fmHN, ".'fKfaSif:'!:eNx'amJ,x: , -wwf x ' ' N 'GN x ., ' N x J' '-f'?.x X 1-QxaetA.Q.w,x ' ' QW tif .Q x 'V'-':, , 9 ., f , . V. 5, .. 1 N , t wx He wan, ig,-waz:-f. A, -- Q, , ' jfgwtgrg-,1gfg., 1 x if-551 if V ?1i?'5r5:1 maf- Yrks-.Nk.?"'i,.v.54-2:2573 ,XLMM 12 '-.gg 5 'SZ' if fri.: ' , ,Y . .. .N Q .1 Q ,A ix u 1: - '-" : -, ffiz- f ' ., 14-11 32 in t-:Q:..,:1?ff:x.Am , .nyfyq-5 . . .V 6. XG. X + ,eu e - ' . .t...f,9' -, 1 '1m..c'4x me '- P116 .4 .Q sw mr. fr'..f'.,:Y,?: . .v Q . -, f -- l ,Z ' ' 4 P T wwf:-H :fl Niggas- ,f ' up Hr W- sf M '--5: b1'3'i4-iz. 'iff-,V'-1 '33 , . fiffgjutfriw . ..g:Yg5'S- if 1 ' 'Q 47 ,gd-iffy - ' 355,51 'fx' V1 Q da ,.. . N, I X if .::fQfh"ii'31'--ffl Y a A. 1 v 5, ,gm W 5313. f Q :xm 9 x ww.-1 'f ' lisa? ' 'Ji 'W , 5 xg ' S X9 4115 . b2..L,11 '1 ' X LW in the Dorm Dream on, Honey, tomorrow is just another day like today. Jan Black is very busy polishing her duty-booties and somebody elses, too. Jan Schoencfcld was surprised on her birthday when we all stopped in to eat. fAnd to wish her a very Happy Birthday! Q 26 Through the years, everyone gets joy out of decorat- ing their doors. The doors often tell the story of what's thought behind them! Come on! Let's not over-do it on the studying, girls! ' x These girls are busy washing dishes after a party in the main lounge. Thanks for your help, girls! Sharon helps Carole adjust her wings before the Christmas program. Good angels help one another. f ,X ei ifif , ff Wy' , QQL?-U 'iii Terri welcomes her classmates home at the back door. I 5 This group of ladies is ready for the dance. Yes, student nurses are ladies, aren't they? We Build Many Tsetse's engaged! It's time for a shower. Congratulations and surprise! The Freshman presented the faculty with a pretty Christmas cake. Lasting F rz'ena'slz zlbs We seniors are at our two-thirds party and "We're Almost There". Char is trying on her wedding gown while her mates look on with envy. class- Cathy cares for her "patient" at the seniors' two- thirds party. "This is the way we wash our face so early in the moming." ! .... W. A familiar sight around the dorm this year was the man with a paint brush and all his helpers. They did lots of redecorating in our rooms. 'Y -ii' T' " ' F NENSNW ix Q' 2 J wwf s..., 0 Not all of our time is spent in the dorm. Once in a while we hit the beach with "friends". 30 Aclz'vz'tz'es V007 Who is that monster helping you clean your room, Donna? Looks like Wally's legs. Is this blue day or white day or sheet day or pillow case day or what? --- e- -:ce-1.1 .jrgune rom Day t0 Day . 'x sz ,-,- At! W 3 This is energy plus in the senior's lounge. A11 of us really have appreciated the new cafeteria that opened up this year. x Now, Jo, is that1ega1?????? Anne had a happy, happy birthday We Live Together ff 'fe Cars are nice but why do they get sick sometimes? y Becky's got her fingers crossed but Jo knows just what she's doing! Dawn is now officially engaged! Don't jump, Carol, it WILL be better tomorrow! 32 We Have Fun Together That's it, Marcia, keep on smiling and having fun! X ze, 5: :--1,5 -me .r,:::f,: ' ,- -iw. . , Qglsil-p-.1 .Q ,i If is ,QM N x x X X X av AN 'Z' 'i?'ff 'gr Smile! You're on Annie's camera! lfqxg . x ga F 'aim lf' Oh, Bobbi, didn't you ever learn how to make a bed? Just Say ahhhhhh.hhhhhh! A ca a'emz'c5 We've all got to go to school, I expect, and we don 't all get the same lesson to learn, but the one we do get is our'n, 'taint nobody else's, and if it's real hard, why, it shows the teacher thinks we're capable. Rose Terry Cooke Ideals are like stars, you will not suc- ceed in touching them with your hands, but like the seafaring man on the desert of waters, you choose them as your guides, and following them, you reach your destiny. Carl Schurz xf Q 3 Q., 1 , x E. vw. Qs x x 'Q ' 1 V , 5 . I ' A . . X Y .5 I 's H! e 'S Q, -,.- 1-X D678 Freshman Learn Kathy Daly and Linda I-Iawbaker remember the impor- tance of careful checking as they pour their patient's medications. Freshman look on as two of their classmates dissect a hamster under Mr. Mc Cord's supervision. 36 Fundamentals Professional Adjustments 1 Introductory Medical-Surgical Nursing Anatomy Physiology Chemistry Psychology Religion Nutrition Microbiology Sociology Pharmacology History of Nursing Nursing Fundamentals , i f Y , we l Terry Tom and Linda Hawbaker practice bedmnking in the fundamentals laboratory. Jan Messman, Janet Daine, and Donna Platte examine the contents of the dressing cart. 37 uniors Stuajf v l Working as a student nurse in surgery is a frightening experience at first but the student soon realizes what an interesting place this can be. Here are two Juniors "scrubbing in" to pre- pare to assist the surgeon. Z- -,li ,. Miss Mountz and Miss Lauer seein amused at what their orthopedic patient has to say. The student receives valuable experience during her orthoneuro rota- tion. 38 M edical-S urgical Specz'a!tz'es SECOND YEAR CURRICULUM Surgical Nursing Geriatric Nursing Tuberculosis Nursing Pharmacology Endocrinology Neurological Nursing Gynecology-Urology Orthopedic Nursing Family Eye Miss J. Dtirlage enjoys helping her patient with some of the little things that can mean so much. This group of Junior students seems to find their geriatric patients a challenge as well as interesting conversationalists. 39 :fi Seniors Acquire THIRD YEAR CURRICULUM Psychiatric Nursing Pediatric Nursing Senior Experience Professional Adjustments II Maternity Nursing Disaster Nursing Miss Judy Boocher gains experience acting as head nurse on Moellering II, Though the day is busy, she still has time to smile. Miss room Anne Breidenbaugh and Miss Darlene Bingman are having fun in the play- and at the same time learning much about children. 40 M ore Specialties 5 lv F, Miss Janet Black carefully checks her patient's IV. Miss Arlene Akey tries to persuade this little fellow that his bottle is important. The sick-baby nursery in pediatrics is an enjoyable place to work. I Pwisw liuhit-s fm- shown In nom novm 73070 BIJGPM. Miss Roberta Suddith and Miss Paula Black show proud fathers their babies. 41 VA. AjjQ'Zz'atz'0n ilk. 5 Mrs. livaiis lrmructor The four weeks spent in tuberculosis nursing at the V.A. Hospital enables each junior student to learn and practice generalized isola- tion technique. Here she also gaines an understanding, of the medical and surgical treatments, preventative aspects, and rehabilitation for the tuberculosis patient. 'I A, G x I P , , A I., is i def: 7 gstgem. The V.A. Hospital 42 U45 Ex ,,-1 pzent: yf, ,,,:u1,, ',,,. ..-. QU- ,.,, L..- The nurses' residence 43 ':Q::gf: Bene Logansport A jilia tion MISS JULIA DEE, MRS. WILCONSON Instructor of Psychiatric Nursing I-Iousemother The Senior Student spends thirteen weeks at Logansport State Hospital, Logansport, Indiana, for a concentrated study of psychiatric nursing. While on this affiliation, the student gains knowledge of personality development, psychological disorders, and the importance of a good nurse-patient relation- ship. After returning to her home hospital, she then better understands all of her patients and has greater insight into their problems. Students live on the third floor of this dorm. 44 If you're lucky enough to have a car, it will be parked here. Here is a typical coffee break on one of the wards. The lounge in the dorm is a place for many happy gatherings. These students have acquired some of the habits of their patients. Dance! Dance! Dance! and soon the thirteen weeks will end. Mary has had enough. She's running home Q01 is she e1oping?j THE 1966 APPENDIX Lutheran Hosjntal Selma! qFNa1'5z'ng Fort Wayne, Indiana Students Student days are the days to learn Over and over, wherever you turn, The power of God to keep you sweet And gladden your soul when you've tired IGGY . Student days are the days to find A loving heart and a learning mind, A Friend in a God who understands And blesses the service of nurses' hands. Student days are the days to trust-- QA prayer and a verse for the times you're "fussed"J Days to discover you're weak and then, To learn of His power all over again! from ON CALL ,X l was 4, L Q t .,f S If "Thy wora' zs a lamp unto my Ret ana' a light unto my path. ,.-,I I X. s r MRS. JANE BADGLEY FACULTY ADVISOR We, the graduating class of 1966, shall always remember our "mother away from home," Mrs. Badgley. She was al- ways there to listen, to guide, and to encourage. Through her we as a class have recognized our ability to grow, to lead, and to encorporate our past experiences into profit- able energies for tomorrow. To her we are deeply greatful. PRESIDENT LINDA KAYE MOUGHLER Butler, Indiana 48 Graduation August 14 Hobf Cross Lutheran Church Class Flower Gola' Mum JJ VICE-PRESIDENT JANET LYNN BLACK Portland, Indiana SECRETARY ARLENE ANNETTE AKEY Fort Wayne, Indiana TREASURER MARJORIE LOIS HERBST Lowell, Indiana CHRISTIAN GROWTH CHAIRMAN MARJORIE JO NEUENSCHWANDER Fort Wayne, Indiana STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES RUTH L. STILKE Mundelain, Illinois NANCY JEAN HEINTZELMAN Indianapolis, Indiana 49 ' a I DARLENE KAY BINGMAN West Unity, Ohio PAULA GENE BLACK Fort Wayne, Indiana JUDY ANN BOOCHER N. Manchester, Indiana All great living must spring, like a f0untaz'n, from wz'tfzz'ny0ur mind. The qualzbf zyf the thoughts yan think will determine your destiny. - Wz'Merd A. Peterson META ANNE BREIDENBAUGH Indianapolis, Indiana MARCIA ELIZABETH BUEHQLER Fort Wayne Indiana -Q' I 5 50 y DONNA MARIE CLARK 'Vik Su-yker, ohio CHARLOTTE DE PEW Kendalville, Indiana X BETH MARIE DRUMMOND Fort Wayne , Indiana He learns that people are not any more a'M'cult to get along with in one place than another and that "getting along," depends about rzinty-eight percent on his own behavior- IfVz'Wra' A. Peterson if fd' an DIANA LYNN FIELDS Geneva, Indiana SHARON ROSE FOLK Warsaw, Indiana 51 i MARY ALICE FOX Fort Wayne, Indiana CAROL I-IAWKINS South Whitley, Indiana KATHY ANN HOUK Montpelier, Ohio To get the most out of lfe we must take time to live as wel! as t0 make cz l1'z1z'ng. We must practice the art m'j9'!!1'ng our moments with enriching experiences that will give new meaning ana' depth to 0ur !Z'IJ6?.S'.-IfVZ'UkTC2, A. Peterson CATHERINE LOU JONES New Haven, Indiana GWEN GAIL KOEI-ILINGER Fort Wayne, Indiana 52 LOUI SE ANN LINDEMUTI-I Minster, Ohio CAROL DARLENE LUDERMAN Bryan, Ohio ROSALIE ANN MUELLER Mishwaka, Indiana We must learn lo dz'stz'nguz'slz between the important and the unznzlbortant. Then trylles will not mlb us up and we can de- vote our lives to the meaningful and the szlgnmcanl- Wz'QFera' A. Peterson -T KAREN KAY MYLIN N. Manchester, Indiana ALICE NELL PAYNE Crown Point, Indiana Q 53 Q ,S H 'FN 669 KATHLEEN MARY PENN Huntington, Indiana MARY ANN POST LaPortc, Indiana WELMA ALETA POER Kendalville, Indiana Believe! Project cz mental picture of your goal fyflyfe. Believing is o creative force that brings the visible out of the invisible. You must befieve to achieve. WYZIWTJ A. Peterson CHARLOTTE MARIANNE PUSSEL Rocky River, Ohio MARY JANE RACER VanWert, Ohio 54 MARCIA GRACE REI-IME Cincinnati, Ohio LINDA EILEE SCHMIDT Peru, Indiana , I Wx Action 6 JANET LOU SCI-IOENEFELD Fort Wayne, Indiana sculptures your Zig' action sculptures the world. You practice the art of action when you act to bring the good into oz'sz'bz'!z'Q1.-Wz'M'rd A. Peterson ,WRX 2 -' 1'i 'zeal -1: ,. Q fi 3 ROBERTA LUCILLE SUDDITH Rochester, Indiana DIANN KAY TONEY Napoleon, Ohio 55 "ww-..,, fx - -Ti Foreword . . . ibncllfj f" . wo Earl v'ifaW9i W 5l63l"!'fi ' In the shadows of Lutheran, lurk student nurses, faculty members, telephone operators, doctors, and many, many other people. Within the shadow of every person, there is a life. Part of each of our lives is shared with everyone affiliated with Lutheran Hospital and its school of nursing. Within the pages of our 1966 APPENDIX we will attempt to show with pictures and words how all of lives fit together. "Thank God every morning when you get up that you have something to do which must be done, whether you like it or not. Being forced to work, and forced to do your best, will breed in you temperance, self-control, diligence, strength of will, content, and a hundred other virtues which the idle never know." Charles Kingsley. KAREN ANN TSETSE Fort Wayne, Indiana JUNE CAROL VAN BERGEN Mishawaka, Indiana KAREN ANN WALLACE Front Royal, Virginia N Your memogf buz'lo's your personaliyf, your lbersorzaligz builds your character, and your character a'etermz'nes your destiny. Mfiwro' A. Peterson CAROLE KAY WEST Defiance, Ohio DEANNA LYNN WULLIMAN Berne, Indiana 56 I Solemnhi Pledge . . . mysehf bqfore God and in the presence of this assembly to pass my lm? in pzirigi and to practicefaithfiilly. I will abstain from whatever is deleterious and mischeviozis, and will not take or knowingly administer any harmjll drugs. I will do all in my power to maintain and elevate the standard cfniy profession, and will hold in confdence all personal matters committed to my keeping, and all famibi affairs coming to my knowledge in the practice jmy practice. Wz'th loyalgz will I endeavor to aid the physician in his work, and devote rnysehf to the wehfare of those committed to my care. Nightingale Pledge CLASS OFFICERS: J. Weaver, Secretaryg S, Reinker, presidentg B. Fischer student council rep.g S. Wilkerson, vice presidentg J. Layman, Christian growth chairmang and D. Schuneman, treasurer. Class 0 A , 1967 3 ,. - f is Mrs. Mary Flanigan has served the Junior class well as their advisor. She is always avail- Q able to help them plan their parties, work on ls projects and answer questions. ig 58 -........-..---- :L X This cool cat is an honorary member "The First Round-up" was sponsored by to the class of 1967, the Juniors. Everyone enjoyed the party. ACTIVITIES The Juniors have had a busy, fun-filled year. They began in August by receiving their stripes. That's the first big step. A fine big-sis-little-sis party was given by the class of '67 and was called "The First Roundup!". ln March they held their half-way party and enjoyed this very much. They will give the Seniors a banquet in the summer as a farewell to their big-sises. They are looking forward to being seniors but have enjoyed their junior year very much. Juniors sleep sometimes, too, but she's The Juniors put on a very funny skit at studying. the Christmas party. wa? 59 Basilius, Jane, Findlay, Ohio Beard, Nancy, Ft. Wayne, Ind. Brandon, Barbara, Corunna, Ind. Bussel, Carol, Auburn, Ind. Chapman, Diane, Ft. Wayne, Ind. Cluver, Paulette, Watseka, Ill. of f in Darlage, Jean, Cortland, Ind. Detwiler, Carole, Kendallville, Ind Dodds, Judy, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 2' " " X I . . 9.1 fr - .:-f- , 5 .' . 9' Fields, Becky, LaPO1'te, Ind. Fischer, Bonnie, Waterville, Ind. Fites, Kathy, LaFontaine, Ind. :bl ii ' z l Q Covered wagon at "The First Roundup" 60 Lots of work go into a bake sale, Gaus, Janet, Buckingham, Ill. Gerber, Janice, Bluffton, Ind, Germann, Judy, Celina, Ohio. Hartman, Elaine, Wolcottville, Ind Higley, Vicki, Bryan, Ohio I-lilty, Diana, Bluffton, Ohio Keister, Penny, Albion, Ind. Landmeier, Nancy, St. Charles, Ill Lauer, Carol, Calera, Ala. Leder, Christine, Kalamazoo, Mich. Lehman, Janet, Berne, Ind. Marsh, Dawn, Kennedy, N.Y. K X The dinner was good at the Half-Way Party. 4 raza - C i if 1 'K K " " '5Qfii55e52::f'2:gf1 a ' fe 'iii ll, f'3Xf'?f2 W : vm ,,.5:Q:-1,- The V.A. group entertains for the class 'Cv Martz, Nila, Ft. Wayne, Ind. Miner, Diana, Pierceton, Ind. McFarren, Sue, Bluffton, Ind. McMillan, Wylann, Ft. Wayne, Ind Otto, Roberta, Ft. Wayne, Lnd. t Rickert, Rebecca, Ft. Wayne, Ind. Ringger, Carol, Bluffton, Ind. Scheunemann, Dianne, Janesville, Skinner, Carol, Peoria Heights, Ill. Smalley, Cynthia, Paulding, Ohio Spitler, Judy, Willshire, Ohio Quackenbush, Joan, Sherwood, Ind. Wis if s',1i.:"l,.. Not a messy room, just a clothes sale, 62 All eyes on the junior TV. ,-Q-f 4 .1 , .- ' Steffen, Imogene, Decatur, Ind. , K .. Thieme, Gloria, Decatur, Ind. , . . ,- 7 Q P' 'W 'R sd r X A 1 If wa ' Von Gunten, Ruth, Berne, Ind. ' Q Weaver, Marilyn, Bryan, Ohio Weldy, Barbara, Columbia City, Ind. Weitzel, Sandra, N. Manchester, Ind N 15 , A NX :Ni SX :iii .fi I ? Wilkerson, Sharon, Scipio, Ind. Woodruff, Sally, Bryant, Ind. A ' NOT PICTURED Bordon, Margaret, Ft. Wayne, Indiana Crist, Rita, Wabash, Indiana Cocagne, Sandra, River Forest, Indiana Hafner, Joanne, Cadillac, Michigan Mountz, Deborah, Kendallville, Indiana Reinker, Susan, Parma, Ohio Seddelmeyer, Norma, Ft. Wayne, Indiana I an -1 , I Is it Mary Popins or isn't it '??? 63 The juniors sure know their hair-dos! Wilkenson, Patricia, Grabill, Ind. r , a s til . 'mv V . . tw:-- . IW Class 0 Our Advisor: Mrs. Ehrman i CLASS OFFICERS: SITTING --Paula Geiser, secretary, Linda Schilb, Vice-president, Linda Glumm, president. STANDING--Cathy Von Dielingen, treasurer, Cheryl Marsh, Christian Growth Chairman, Donna Platte, stu- dent body representative. Look 'fix-5 X ,X 5 l Pgiw I P' '- Jw' S . Sis.. ' out Lutheran here we come! ! "Practice makes perfect." Through many shared hours of hard work as well as recreation, this has been a year of growth for the Freshman. Both as individuals and as a class . . . We have watched each other gain confidence after those shakey moments of first injections, first assignments. We have seen each other grow in wisdom as we begin to comprehend the deep beauties and mysteries of life and death. We have helped each other through moments of doubt, shared our hopes and fdreams. Now, as the year of challenge draws to a close, together we realize that we are but opening the door to vast new experiences and rich rewards that await us in our chosen profession. Come rough! on Elaine, exams weren't that That long awaited moment. .Fw 1 65 iwznn----..'m.f,.. -1 - -- zsfswzgq What shadows we areg and what shadows we pursue!" Burke 3 -wmv? A.,-Ass W w::+,g,wiA ,Wag A ,annul Anistutz, Linda South Whitley, Indiana Asher, Sue New Haven, Indiana Bauman, Carolyn Auburn, Indiana Branson, Kathleen Gaston, Indiana Brown, Paula Water- loo, Indiana Daine, Janet Roann, Indiana Daly, Katherine Winchester, Indiana Downing, Lynette Fort Wayne, Indiana Dubach, Gloria Bluffton, Indiana Erkkinen, Vivian Boxborough, Mass. Fransdal, Elaine Estliervillc, Iowa Freeman, Glenda Peru, Indiana Fruth, Janet Bunker Hill, Indiana Geiser, Paula Orrville, Ohio Gunn, Joyce Napoleon, Ohio Hasz, Eloise Mt. Prospect, Illinois Little things come in big boxes Right Mary' 'Q i x Q-a ,v ,xx i 3, , X , ,, r , I gh' 3 R I x I It has , 41 -.' -ex I -'IZ to be done Caroline. , I , 7' i ,. A .Av,3,,,,,0 ex :.,,.,: ., ,Q Q Q XO I W i , ,K ,, X 'gi 'M ra wi R 'Pg 5 rt .xy 5' 5 '3 M ,G as Pa, , 'N as , u -f 8 , f N? ' ' e 3,1 4, I-Iawbaker, Linda Geneva, Indiana Hefty, Barbara Au- burn, Indiana Hellwarth, Tcala Celina, Ohio Johnson, Diana Bluffton, Indiana Klingel, Sharon Fort Wayne, Indiana Lowe, Mary Brazil, Indiana Lustfelt, Carol Wat- seka, Illinois McKeague, Paige Battle Creek, Michigan McKee, Rosalee Wabash, Indiana Marsh, Cheryl Ken- nedy, New York Mawhorr, Charlene Fort Wayne, Indiana Myers, Florella Convoy, Ohio Olson, Kristine Fort Wayne, Indiana Petty, Sondra Losant- ville, Indiana Piirto, Janet Elwood, Indiana Platte, Donna Peoria Illinois lt's only BLOOD, Terri! 7 NOT PICTURED Bennett, Karin Marion, Indiana Ehrmann, Marsha Fort Wayne, Indiana Glumm, Linda Lansing, Michigan Messmann, Janet Fort Wayne, Indiana 68 Shaaf, Diane New Haven, Indiana Schilb, Linda Antwerp, Ohio Schneider, Theresa Fort Wayne, Indiana Schulenburg, Nila Tipton, Indiana Smith, Judith Fort Wayne, Indiana Stuerzenberger, Mari- lyn New Haven, Indiana Stureman, Mary Albion, Indiana Taylor, Margaret Sturgis, Michigan Tetzloff, Janet Medaryville, Indiana Tom, Teresa Pierce- ton, Indiana VanPe1t, Carol Bryan Ohio Vnasdale, Rebecca Mansfield, Ohio Von Die Iingen, Cath- erine Gas City, Indiana Whittern, Sharon Monroeville, Indiana I sure hope she's one of us. 4 A A, Do the Maids know about this????? MANY happy hours are spent on the phones. Who cares if you have to stand in the ha 11? At least you have someone to talk to. 1 The Freshman on this bed has learned much in band- aging class. ' 'g,1f.liiT Every class seems to have its hair dressers. They could really be earning some money if they went to work! rgcznz'zazfz'0n5 REMEMBER--The value of time The The The The The The The The The The The success of perseverance pleasure of working. dignity of simplicity. worth of character. power of kindness. influence of example.. obligation of duty. wisdom of economy. virtue of patience. improvement of talent. joy of originating. Bulletin V . .X -, Y-mmmnw., Navman x F K I .1- f""K , X fi ' X x Q - -W--1 ' ' l ...nQ.Nl... --:lull X V . 1.8L-W4--' WW' , I, K . . 'ff A E r I .Z 'N X T l ' ff J ,Aw digg ,. W? 'ww N8-1 Student Body STUDENT COUNCIL: M. Herbst, V. Erkkinen, D, Platte, C. Skinner B. Fischer, L. Clumm, R Stilke, D. I-Lilty, M. Buehler, S. Cocagne. ABSENT: C. Pussel, M. Post, N. Hcinzelman, K. Houk, L. Moughler, S. Reinker. WELFARE COMMITTEEI G- Dubwh, D- Clark, PROGRAM COMMITTEE: L Hawbaker J - v and J' Basilius Schoenefeld, B. Fischer, and E. Hartman. 72 JUDICIARY COMMITTEE: T. Schneider, M. Bueh- BY-LAWS COMMITTEE: R. Crist, P. Mclieague, S Ier, L. Downing, D. Clark, J. VanBergan, S. Weir- Cocagne, J. Boocher, zel. SOCIAL COMMITTEE: SEATED: C. Hawkins, J. Basilius, C. Dcpew, STANDING: S. Asher, B. Fields, J, Hafner, S. Iiliugle, J. Messman, R. Stilke, and B. Vnasdale. .I LIBRARY COMMITTEE: J. Caus, L. Amstutz, and FINANCIAL COMIVIITTEE: D. Mountz, C. Skinner C. Thieme. and C. Lutsfeldt. 73 Mary Lowe, Direct Carol Var1Pelt Pi St Freshman Choir 74 S Indiana As50cz'atz'0n qfNnrsz'ng Students SEATED: Mary Post, State Correspond- ing Secretaryg STANDING: Marcia Rehme, District President and Norma Seddelmeyer, District Secretary. ABSENT: Diana Fields, District Treas- urer. lg s..mf..:2.n...- Y... --.,., The School cyFNursing Pin The cross, in red, is symbolic of unsewsh sero'iee!andflobe"cyf one's fellowrnon, and is the emblem far- relief T' and wounded. , ' , t Q, .V .Q A. ff3jg1s'A it The rose, in gold, signyqes theW'hgoodness qv .Coil-blond is indica- tive qfflflessianie lbromise qhumizni Q Q The trilobate lotus wreathisre1oresentdtz've' ofesteem, honor, and merit. T .'.' ' 1 ' ' The open book signwes the Word qv God. , The letters denotes the Lutheran Hos1bitalSehool ofNursing. V h ,Q V ,l T ' We AMP GH I'C,1.l5j 1197 111+1f,f,w.C Egg? ml 5-NM if Nursing ., CDNSIBXL 1 E Ec.iifr'i' Nfflics Tlif f.'?.J'-.f'..1'1l fi1'13if3l'L- if "1'i"'Lft1 iff LH". H 53177-53" V 333-f lf JYVLPC f"" P1'Lf'y"Lu:1f:, R.N. it if 2111'1'-f1'g :.'Ljf 3D""111QT5PQC'l.lS5i.O"'1il 1Q'-- TQY5, Linz' 11 if 'FLG self- G. ,, ,, ,.'. - .,,, , ,,-A , .3 v ...': ., 1 -1. ..-T ,., . 31. L H tw --.Q 3.-..-,-' IJSN. M.. . 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'hr-1 fm" and to be iff 'wifi -112, 'DJJ 5.117 'I'i".'f".lC11lfiC1'4D LL' P11 '.'f1'1A' TTJJ xiii. 'T'-11 V.. 'Jill 'ffl' 5. C ...."11f3n 4 .fi XAEDC and 2 ii- J S a -Zi, '- 'A f.-.-w :Y '. A-r " " f' f"f- M- - -- f---- ---- Ch-F' H- - W' .H+-nj' c -w'r7,'r14' Wu U'fx.,. s .L.xJ ,..L. . - --O - L' ---hy-I - jf IQ -QQ'-.j,, E ,gi SEATED: J. Hafner, B. Fischerg R. Suddith, Editorg C. Westg K. Tsetse. TLZCJTLL--'3 C?'1EQ1CI'Ti- . . " -Q ,-, rw .,V..s- -,W-:..,I. X STANDING: C. Hawkinsg P. Wilkinsong P. Cluverg S. Folk, L. Schmidtg J. f- Ty- ,3 C 4 'U- 1.-. Gm-p .n.,',., ,-,.- ,.' 4..u-W, s. ' 1 -,,.,, L ,A ,,. .4.,, HW, ,ln .FLW Quackenbushg A. Akeyg R. Otto. ABSENT: M. Rehmeg lx. Jones, K. Houk, S. -.-.n ,,,,,,,.ti..nk., - .A.,-..-2.1 -4L. jf . . . . , ,:-L" . ,Cla .- .J G. 6 , Remker- V. Hlgley- J. Bas111us J. Dodds- D. Wulhman- D. 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Trias Z1 fra Ly 3 u1gg'--gon 'i1gf'.gg4g, 1157 fj.1Ulli'TTJ.Ci'l"l 1157 left time Hli-' -' Off pore.:-nal re- -ifsiifti17Qg11'ii':: arf m f,I1YC :ic i1q1'- j of hm Tilaalf. nufs- M"C'L'!,f11LlJ..L'.Lf.C. iz' .ai ly ..-. iifwi, 2 T' i'f:3'f'1.Lri11T37: -E-3 'v3 'g1'fgt ..5 'ffiuawi "hinges 'l.-vtLnQ. itil 'A-.1"4'f' W5 +1-'X W' "'.' Y"'1 ' " ' .Ll o':.cU1' IT S117 'pgcofnes A LW J u -., .,.x.. ..., L.. ,. ., , , . M -n .- '1 ffzi- gra:T.g'w"i'1'.. .g,.1'.ilfjr:i ig 121 fl tr' -- f.1"f'7C:3l9f? Uvjfffff? Rf:fj"11fj:11Lijjg' is LLL- Q'-jifig Tar 1:1 124' ' F1 in S2152 LS 21111. I 3"1o1'15i':lc l:1'f'.'.1f2 lit ir" Ti 113. 1 'W Y J. 'f' " ' -S 0' 1M 1.21 M Q' . 1 .Rh f. .T,,H jc. ..-.l4r.s if 2 9.1.5611 I fry: " TL 1LL'3 . Oi? L' il: CoA,m Pea, 9 I QOLQ , EDITORIAL STAFF: SEATED: M. I-Ierbst, Editor. STANDING: J. C-ermann, Assistant Editorg P. Wilkinsong T. Tomi M. Bordeng P. Mclfieaguei D. Clarkg C. I-Iawkins5 C. Icderg S. McFarren. ABSENT: M. Fox, M. Postg R. Mueller, and K. Houk. --1, BUSINTLSS STAFF: SEATED: A. Akey and P. Black, Co-Managers. STANDING: B. Vnasdale, M. Stuerzenberger, P. Cluver, J, Darlage, R. Suddith, and L. Schmidt. 77 A119lbena'z'x Stajj' '40 -f if-Ava 4 'Ethyl .AE ...ww . -N.-?."1-14-A Alf. -- Miss N. Huyck, Adviser FIRST ROW: K. Wallace, D. Platte, J. Weaver, R. Vor1Guten. SECOND ROW: R. Otto, C. Hawkins, S. Whittern, D. Marsh, D. I-Iilty, J. Lehman, THIRD ROW: D. Clark, C. Marsh, C. Skinner, S. Petty, L. Amstutz, Nila Martz, and P. Keister. ,g , . Miss M. Overmeyer, Adviser .NCF NURSES CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 78 4 534 X, S 5' 3A gl, was 5 :'...""' wk' -A. QM WV. Mm- ,.-- I N . ,s ,Q,.ffs..f. v.Gw"2 . - . " .f v , N ' 'V' 1 F 99 . w. X : -:ul Q lag ., n - Ng - ,W I ki if .. '."ET,'-.5 " Z , AML, - .-:3'i " .... '5 355 134 V' A W4 ' . Ml. A A 'K It 1. iw, fx .ge I-A. fi.. f , T , 'KV -f.. ,. 7. ,X I 5.' y 3.5, .....,.......,.. 3 J , ' "bil ' . N , " .L.::-':Q.iL1,,..eff-Q. - I '- Danny, NCF supported orphan f f- f nz:-:u Gamma Delta N '11 Janet Gaus, Florella Meyers, and June Vanliergan. Though Lutheran has only a small representation in Gamma Delta, these girls find much enrichment and also enjoyment from this or- ganization. They participate in many varied activities with Lutheran college students from this area. 79 -sw if' Q. .QIQ .t s. fl I-hr K Hg . A ClLZ.ZJZ.fZ.6S To get the most out of life we must take time to live as well as to make a living. We must practice the art of filling our moments with enriching experiences th will give new meaning and depth to our lives. Time for music that washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life. Time for friendshipsg time for talks by the fire and walks beneath the stars. Time for laughterg time for letting go and filling the heart with mirth. Time to love and be loved, for love is the greatest thing in the world. Time for peopleg time for the interplay of personalities and the interchange of ideas . Wilfred A. Peterson at i f........ l'. F :ml W 1 S A ,Ss S? .5 Qi gs ii si -'rm is -1 n x S ffrffmaaff , " ffffxwvz , , Q ' A ff. wvfwmw x ,. x - x QV, ., X M -, 3,,N,v:..ck 5 ,t x P Q M5 mf..--Aa 4 -xS.rT:r,:. - -. 3 ' sg' 3, ii. .931-aa .QP . iiflg Ff a- uf . 5- Q W gm :W - .:- Moonlzlght M ist This year we had our first formal dinner-dance and it was .1 fine success. Everyone looked so beautiful! What a change it was from the blues and whites! Here we see a few eager couples ready for a very romantic evening. Saturday Night, February 12, 1966 Club Olympia Our ham dinner was splendid! Club Olympia proved to be a lovely place and the stu dents added their own decorations to make it even lovelier. 82 The Sophisto-Cats provided fine music for dancing until our feet could dance no more. What a fine looking group! It can easily be seen that everyone had a good time and the memories will linger on for a long time. 83 I.A.,V.S. State Con Uenlion If2dz'a12apo!z'5, Izzdiazza February 24-25, 1955 .S'fZ67'fll'O72-LZHHCOZN Hole! 9 , . Here iz Mary Poft, State Corresponding Secretary, exiting the nate Treasurer with her annual report. Port "'f'a','ne waz very proud of Diary for a job well done az a :tate iicerz. '.'.'e11, he:e we are in or roorn sitting on our fourteen bed? I Q' r f ... S - The chicken at the banquet was very tasty. Here's a group from Lutheran enjoying every bite of their dinner. , , 'xxx I Yote for Post. Hawbaker. and Toni! F! Camjrliging Cha: Pusel is takuzr 3 res: x -X is so much fun at convention. Our girls tried hard campaign room. to win offices and put up some good battles. ,, -u 'if '4'- sn,-. A Marge and Midge encourage Linda on with her Convention is almost over .md X.-tzzzsr is so campaign. Linda was elected chairman of the can sleep throuwh the :raise s' 'mf'-een is 1 st at e nominations com mittee. S5 Table QF Contents Dea'z'eatz'0n ...... A a'mz'nz'stratz'on .... Dorm LW .... Aeaa'emz'cs ..... Students. .... . Organizations. . . . A etiv ities .... . Patrons. . . Aa'vertz'sz'ng. . . -ii ff !"A i F un and Excitement S vw Q is , .M The class of 1966 received their senior stripes in The seniors from Logan put on a skit at the big sis- August and wore them all year with pride. little-sis party. Contestants in the Miss Student Nurse contest Margie Neuenschwander just heard that she is the anxiously await news of the winner. new Miss Student Nurse at Lutheran Hospital. 86 Make School E72j.Q2dbl6 Miss Student Nurse winners: J. Quackenbush, thirdg M. Neuenschwander, firstg and S. Folk, second. Santa Claus and his lovely wife came to the Christmas party and passed out many gifts. Mrs. Badgley seems to like her new watch. The seniors acted out the beautiful story of the birth of Christ at the Student Body Christmas party. Would you believe that a student nurse could be hypnotized? Yes, she could be and this group of girls prooved it at one of our Student Body meetings. Ejyzfogzze . . if F wi' X ififi x 4 va 5 3 S ' 3 I x ' , in ww NX , ,,,-Q 1' if Herbert FI. J. .l.Cker, BLD. .Arthur F. .itil-zen, M.D. Nevin E. Ailcen, M.D. '.'.'illia:n C. Aikman, MD. Charles Aust, M.D. J. Robert Ball, M D. 'F-'allace E. Bash, M.D. Ralph Beams, f-LD. George Bowers, M.D. J. '-'-'. Bowers, M.D. Robert J. Braunlin., M.D. Frederic lf-A. Brown, M.D. '-'-'illiarn R Clark, M.D. M. .l.. Davidoff, M.D. C. -3 . Darling, M.D. .Antonie E. Donesa, M.D. A. N. Ferguson, M.D. J. Paul Gentile, M.D. lv'-'illiarn J. Gerding, M.D. Stephen H. Glassley, I-LD. '-'Jayne R. Glock, M.D. '.'.'alter Griest, M.D. John C. Gould, M.D. Roben F. Green, M.D. A. M. Hasewinlcle, M.D. Philip G. Hershberger, M.D. Mr. and Mrs 'Walter J. Akey Mr. and Mrs Herbert Buehler Mr. and Mrs J. Phillip Bussel Mr. and Mrs Howard J. Chapman Mr. and Mrs Melvin Clark Mr. and Mrs Paul lf'-'. Cluver Dr. and Mrs. Phillip E. Cocagne Mr. and Mrs. George F. Daly Mr. and Mrs Albert Dubach Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Ehrman Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paavo J. Erkkinen Mr. and Mrs. Merle D. Fields Bertha Fischer Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Gerber Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Germann Mr. and Mrs. Harold Glumm Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Gunn Rev. and Mrs. Herbert J. Hainer Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Lloyd H. Hawkins Herbert A. Herbst Mr. and Mrs Donald K. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Stamford Koehlinger Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Landmier Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Lauer Patrons PHYS IC IANS PARENT S Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs . Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. 555555 90 Richard E. Hipskind, M.D. Arthur F. l-Iofiman, M.D. Joseph R. Hoover, M.D. John F. Jackson, M.D. William A. Kleifgen., M.D. Wdter E. Kruse, M.D. Gene C. Laker, M.D. Richard J. Laker, M.D. Francis L. Land, M.D. Ben L. Leming, M.D. Robert P. Lloyd, M.D. Robert M. Lohman, M.D. James Lucky, M.D. Frederick O. Mackel, M.D. George C. Manning, M.D. K. F. Perrin, M.D. Robert P. Schloss, M.D. John T. Short, Mb. Robert R. Shugart, M.D C. Herbert Spencer, M D Edwin E. Stumpf, M.D Lloyd A. Vogel, M.D. Walter T. Jurgensen, M D Robert G. Stanley, M.D Fred w. Dahling, MD Philip L. smith, MD. and Mrs. Thurrnan Lindemuth and Mrs. Robert Lutsfield and Mrs. Marion W. Maru and Mrs. Robert W. McParren and Mrs. Merle McKee and Mrs. William McMillan Maj el Moughler and Mrs. Alvin H. Mueller and Mrs. Franz Pussle and Mrs. William D. Rager Modj eska Neuenschwander Reedy Roger W. Reinker and Mrs. and Mrs. Harvey Scheunumann Fred J. Schneider and Mrs. Irvin Stilke and Mrs. Wilmer R. Steffen and Mrs. Beaman Suddith and Mrs. Paul Teizloff Mary Tom and Mrs. Donald R. Wallace and Mrs. Kenneth Wilkerson and Mrs. D. C. Wilkinson and Mrs. and Mrs. Edmund Woodruff Arthur Vori Dielingen A a'zJertz'5em en is beder th Cwcfke va-Cola Bofffizzg Co. ' e'1N loal E. Ponua. Port Wayne. Indiana Telephone: T-L4 -1 1 Bea? T1 Zaflca fo flze CM55 QfI9Cff5 kf?'Ol7Z MfAPPENDLYSmU Home Loan ana' Savings Mortgages, Loans, K Savings Accounts 132 East Berry Street Telephone: 742-6448 C. M. Sloan ana' Sons Funeral Home Private Ambulance Wells ana' Tlzira' Streets Telephone 742-6132 C20 Glass Slbeelaly, Inc. Pictures - -Mirrors- -Auto Glass 2124 South Calhoun Fort Wayne, Indiana Telephone: 744 -330 1 Rodenbeek-Hoekmgfer F nneral Home Ambulance Service 1331 Maumee Avenue Fort Wayne, lndiana Telephone: 742-0393 The Unfwm Sholo A Z! Kz'ho's Nw'se5-Beautz'oz'ahs- Woz'tres5os Toohn z'oz'ahs-Doctors-Bo roofs 134 E. Wayne St. Fo Corner of Wayne and Clinton rt Wayne, Indiana South Vlfayhe Pharmagf PrescrzLozfz'on Delioogz Service 3004 South Wayne Avenue Fort Wayne, Indiana Telephone: 744-4242 Nloollorihg Cohslmotioh Company, Inc. 3-L00 Engle Road Fort Wayne, Indiana Iflczelm Funeral Home . V 'UOIEIOSI A ll R mmm ...,5r1:--1 flggjm da, , - zf... .. Our 90th. Year Ambulance Service Fort Wayne, Indiana Harte Paper Cgnzpgyry Paironzfe 1825 west Main TUW Fort Wayne, Indiana AdU67'fZ.557'5 Telephone: 742- 1411 Sflflmbclugfl 659 SONS, IHC. "Fort Waynejs Prwrredj' D. O. McComb and Sons Plurnbzrzg-Heazfz'ng A17 C0'7dZ'fZ'0m"7g Funeral Directors Ambulance Service 1140 Lake Ave. Fort Wayne, Indiana Telephone: 742-2182


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