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Page 11 text:
F ocus on Family
A variety of activities, interests, and responsibilities
occupy the spare time of our faculty members.
Faculty meetings are held periodically, and many
standing and special committees have been formed
to improve the welfare of the students and the
quality of our education. Several instructors have
done postgraduate work. Many have responsibilities
in church and community groups. Their hobbies
range from the adventure of camping and hunting
to the delicate art of watch repair. Most are mem-
bers of their own professional organizations, while
Miss Nordholm, Miss Hensler, Mrs. Ehrman, and
Mrs. Harley hold district offices or chairmanships in
theirs, and Miss Hensler and Mr. Butz have duties in
MRS. KAREN BERRY, R.N., joined the faculty this year
to teach maternity nursing. She received her B.S.N.
from the University of Michigan. She is on the Incidence
Committee, and is secretary of the faculty. Sewing,
reading, and sports are among her special interests.
MRS. MARGARET BOOZEL, R.N., came to us this year
from Meadville City Hospital School of Nursing. She
graduated from Hamot Hospital School of Nursing and
received her B.S. from Barrington College. She is a
member of the Library Committee, secretary of the Ad-
missions and Promotions Committee, and teaches funda-
A graduate of Lutheran Hospital, MISS JOYCE BUTTS,
R.N., has taught one year at L.H.S.N. in the fundamen-
tals department. She is on the Incidence Committee and
enjoys bowling, sewing, and music. She recently vaca-
tioned at Word of Life Camp, Scroon Lake, New York.
MR. E. DAN BUTZ, has taught pharmacology at L.H.S.N.
for thirteen years. He received his B.S. in pharmacy from
Purdue University, He is a hospital administrative assist-
ant, director of the hospital pharmacy, and president of
the Indiana Society of Hospital Pharmacy. He enjoys
AN INFORMAL CONFERENCE is held by Mrs. Boozel,
Mrs. Badgley, Mrs. Spencer, and Miss Butts.
The fundamentals of nursing department was headed this
year by MRS. JANE BADGLEY, R.N., who finished her
seventh year at L.H.S.N. She is a graduate of St. Luke's
Hospital School of Nursing in Cleveland, and received
her B.S.N. from St. Francis College. She is a member of
the Procedure Committee.
Recovery room nursing, fluid and electrolyte balance,
and conditions of the ear were taught this year by MISS
RUTH BECKMAN, R.N., who is a graduate of Lutheran.
She is a member of the Student Welfare Committee,
chairman of the Capping Committee, and advisor of
the freshman class. She enjoys playing the piano and
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MISS VIRGINLA WILLIAMSON,
R.N., B.s., M.s.
Miss Williamson returned in May as
the school'S Educational Director. She
received her Masters and Bachelors
degrees from Indiana University.
Holding this same position from 1961
to 1965, she proved she has a genuine
interest in the hospital, nursing educa-
tion in general, as well as each student
nurse who enters the profession. We
welcome her back!
MRS. CARRIE M. FILION
R.N., B.S., MA.
Mrs. Filion, our director of nursing
since 1960, has devoted countless
hours, time, and energy toward in-
tensifying our educational pro-
gram, instilling in us the high
ideals of nursing, as well as being
acutely aware of our problems and
extra-curricular activities. Under
her guidance, the school in 1963,
received full accreditation from the
National League of Nursing. To Mrs.
Filion who left for Washington in Feb-
ruary we owe our deepest gratitude and
wish her success in her new endeavor.
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A A ' s n r? C
MRS. MARLENE GRINSFELDER taught freshman soci-
ology the second semester after having taught at Purdue
University, Fort Wayne Regional Campus. She received
her B.A. in sociology from the University of Michigan.
Two young children and various community activities
leave her with little spare time.
DR. HAROLD HAAS has taught freshman psychology for
the past eight years. He received his B.D. from Concor-
dia Seminary in St. Louis, Mo., his M.A. from Washing-
ton University, and his Ph.D. from the University of
Buffalo. He is also professor of psychology at Concordia
Instructors Serve on
The chief dietician at Luthern Hospital, MRS. LUCIA
HARLEY, has taught normal nutrition to the freshmen
for the past five years. She received her B.S. in nutrition
from Purdue University. She is Public Relations chair-
man for the Northeast Indiana Dietetic Association and
includes gardening, flower arrange ment, and camping
as a few of her interests.
MISS DOROTHA HENSLER, R.N., teaches endocrine,
genitourinary, and gynecologic nursing. A graduate of
St. Thomas School of Nursing in Nashville, she received
her B.S.P.H.N. from Loyola University. She is an advisor
for the Student Body, and is district and state By-Laws
Committee Chairman of the ISNA
In her tenth year at Lutheran as instructor of disaster
nursing, MRS. ESTI-IER EHRMAN, R.N., is secretary of
the Welfare Committee, chairman of the Disaster and
Fire Prevention Committee, and advisor of the junior
class. She is a Lutheran graduate, and is district Disas-
ter Chairman of the ISNA.
MRS. MARY FLANICAN, R.N., a graduate ofBall Me-
morial Hospital, received her B.S. from Ball State Uni-
versity. She is student health nurse, and teaches "The
Family", is a member of the A and P Committee, Stu-
dent Welfare Committee, secretary of the Stud ent
Health Committee, and advisor for the senior class.
M any Committees.
ALOHA! Mr. McCord, Mr. Kruse, and Sonia Schroe-
der enjoy punch before the freshman nutrition
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