Swedish Covenant Hospital School of Nursing - Candle Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1961
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Text from Pages 1 - 86 of the 1961 volume:
COMMISSION... .. THE FRESHMEN
CONFIRMATION ...... THE JUNIORS
OOMMENCEMENT . .. THE SENIORS
BY THE SENIOR CLASS
SWEDISH COVENANT HOSPITAL
SCHOOL OF NURSING
Having served Swedish Covenant for 28 years, Mr. Elmer J. Anderson
has played a vital role in the development and advancement of our
institution. Marking the 75th anniversary of the hospital, 1961 also
signifies for our assistant administrator a decade of dedicated service
as a staff member. His capacity for friendship, his concern for his
fellowmen, his interest in the school of nursing, and his devotion
to Christ are outstanding in our minds.
To you ELMER 1. ANDERSON, as a tribute to your character, we,
the Class of 1961, dedicate our Candle.
DR. ROBERT LAMBERT BORCHERT, OLDEST
STAFF MEMBER IN POINT OF SERVICE,
WORKED AT SWEDISH COVENANT HOSPITAL
FOR NEARLY FIFTY YEARS. HE RETIRED
FROM ACTIVE SERVICE JUST TWO YEARS
AGO, WE WELL REMEMBER HIM FOR HIS
SELFLESSNESS AND WILLINGNESS TO
FOR MORE THAN A QUARTER OF A CENTURY
DR. CHARLES W, STIGMAN PRACTICED HIS
PROFESSION AND WAS AN ACTIVE MEMBER
OF. SWEDISH COVENANTIS STAFF. GRAD-
ATES AND STUDENTS ALIKE SHALL RE-
MEMBER HIM FOR HIS KINDNESS AND
EAGERNESS TO TEACH. HE CONTRIBUTED
MUCH TO THE HEALTH AND WELFARE OF
MRS. ESTHER WIDEN
AS WE REMEMBER MRS. WIDEN, WE THINK or
THE .IoYF'UI. SPIRIT THAT SEEMED TO SET HER
APART--THE CHEERFULNESS, THE wII..I.INc-:NESS
TO LISTEN TO OUR PROBLEMS, AND HER
EAGERNESS TO ENCOURAGE US WE REMEMBER
THE CALMNESS AND PEACEFULNESS THAT
SEEMED TO RADIATE--THAT OF A CHILD OF
GOD. MAY THE LORD CONTINUE TO BLESS HER
WHEREVER HE MAY LEAD
MISS CATHERINE SKANSE
THROUGHOUT HER MANY YEARS OF SERVICE TO
S.C.I-I. MISS SKANSE HAS BEEN A DEVOTED AND
DEDICATED DIRECTOR OF NURSING AND A SINCERE
FRIEND TO STUDENT AND GRADUATE NURSE ALIKE.
SHE HAS MADE MANY CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE
SCHOOL AND HAS ALWAYS ENDEAVORED TO DO
HER BEST FOR THE BETTERMENT OF NURSING
SERVICE TO PATIENTS. MAY THE LORD CONTINUE
TO USE HER LIFE AS HE HAS IN THE PAST.
MR. NILS AXELSON
MR. EDWARD L. OLSON
Board of Dircctar
FIRST ROW-R.A. EORSEERG, P.w. BRANDEL
SECOND ROW-MRS. H.E. ANDERSON, E.P.
1SAAcSoN. THIRD Row-H.T. YOUNG, DR.
K M. NELSON, REV. D. CEDARLEAF, m..E.
MUNSON. FOURTH ROW-REV. P..x. THEORELI.
FIRST ROW-DR. JURGENS, DR. JOHNSON, DR. HULBURT, DR. J. ORNDORFF,
DR. VAN ELK, DR. ELNIER. SECOND ROW-DR. NIC CORMICK. DR. LIFVENDAHL,
DR. PESCHIVIAN, DR. NAGEI., DR. E. LARSEN, DR. O. T. RO,BERG.THlRD ROW-
DR. BUG-SCH, DR. WYSZYK, DR. HANS, DR. HUTSON, DR. HOGSTROIVI, DR.
WEXLER. FOURTH ROW-DR. RENAUD, DR. THORNBLOOIVI, DR. TUNESTAIV1, DR.
BERG, DR. KRUNINI. FIFTH ROW-DR. KADOW, DR. FOJCIK, DR. SCHLOTTERBECK,
DR. FINK. SIXTH ROW-DR. IVIEDINA, DR. NIARLEY. NIR. SINGHA. DR. ANDERSEN.
DR. FITZGIBBONS, DR. PETERSON. SEVENTH ROW-DR. PENN, DR. HIBBERT, DR.
LORANT, DR. BERNE, DR. STANIBOLIS, DR. A. JOHNSON. STANDING-DR. ANDREWS
DR. STROMBERG SR., DR. WESTLAND, DR. SOIVIALI.
MISS CONSTANCE NELSON
R.N., B.s., 1vl.A.
MISS WILNIA PETERSON
R.N., B.sc.. NLS N ED
Heard af Director
FIRST ROWfR.A. FORSBERG, R.w. BRANDEL
SECOND Row-MRS. H.E. ANDERSON, E.P.
ISAAOSON. THIRD ROW-H.T. YOUNG, DR.
K M. NELSON, REV. D. CEDARLEAF, l..E.
MUNSON. FOURTH Row-REV. P..1. THEORELI.,
FIRST ROW-DR. JURGENS, DR. JOHNSON, DR. HULBURT, DR. J. ORNDORFF,
DR. VAN ELK, DR. ELIVIER. SECOND ROW-DR. NIC CORIVIICK. DR. LIFVENDAHI.,
DR. PESCHNIAN, DR. NAGEI., DR. E. LARSEN, DR. O. T. RO-BERG,THIRD ROW-
DR. BUGSCH, DR. WYSZYK, DR. HANS, DR, HUTSON, DR. HOGSTROIVI, DR.
WEXLER. FOURTH ROW-DR. RENAUD, DR. THORNBLOOIVI, DR. TUNESTAM, DR.
BERG, DR. KRUIVIIVI. FIFTH ROW-DR. KADOW, DR. FOJCIK, DR. SCHLOTTERBECK,
DR. FINK. SIXTH ROW-DR, IVIEDINA, DR, NIARLEY. IVIR. SINGHA. DR. ANDERSEN.
DR. FITZGIBBONS, DR, PETERSON. SEVENTH ROW-DR. PENN, DR. HIBBERT, DR.
LORANT, DR. BERNE, DR. STAIVIBOLIS, DR. A. JOHNSON. STANDING-DR. ANDREWS
DR. STROIVIBERG SR., DR. WESTLAND, DR. SOIVIALI.
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MISS CONSTANCE NELSON
R.N., as., lVI.A.
MISS WILMA PETERSON
R.N., asc., NLS N so
MISS JOSEPHINE FLETCHER
MISS ALMA JOEL
MISS RUTH ERICKSON
yLSS RLEBECCA DAVEY MRS. EVELYN JOHNSON MRS. DACE FRISS
CLINICBAL' iN!T?R4UCTOR itI:Il'lING CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR ?:LlTN'IcE?AiTINSTRUCTOR
MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING OBSTETRICS OPERATING ROOM
DR. RALPH LOWELL DR. PETER PERSON
B.S., IVI.A., B.O , PI-I.O. Ia.TI-I., PI-I.B, IvI.A., ED.O
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY
REV. ALFRED J. JOHNSON MRS. MAGDALENE ROSENE MR. CARL MC MULLEN
CHAPI-AIN R.N., PH.B., IVI.A. B,A., Nl.S.
INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR
APPLIED CHRISTIAN PRINCIPLES SOCIOLOGY CHEMISTRY
DR. E. JAMES KENNEDY MR. TIMOTHY JOHNSON MRS. MARY CARLSON
B.S,, PH.D. B.S. B.S., M.S.
INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR DIETETIC5
MICROBIOLOGY ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY NUTRITION
MISS CLARA OLSON
MISS VIVIAN CHINANDER MISS LUCILLE BACHMAN
AND ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
DR. I-IuI.BERT NURSNG ER
MRS. LUCILLE STROMDAHL.
MISS JOYCE HOUCK
MISS DARLENE WILKE
LEFT TO RIGHT-MRS. ESTHER FRANZEN, DIRECTOR OF
RESIDENCE-MRS. VEL.VA PETERSON- AND MISS RUTH
A busy and sometimes frustrating life is that of a housemother,
but we are grateful for the conscientious and willing job being
done by our three "mothers away from home" . We, the seniors,
remember Mrs. Franzen and Miss Youngberg from "probie" days
and were privileged this year to become acquainted with Mrs.
Peterson, the newest member of our dorm family.
and kc idents
FIRST ROW-DRS HERBERT NIEDINA, BOHUIVIILA SEGOVIA.
JOSEFINA JUVIDA, IVIELITA NIARLEY, AND KIRSTEN BRONS.
SECOND ROW-DRS. GEORGE RAHEB, CARLOS SEGOVIA,
TOH BIN l.llVI, JOHN C KULIS, lVI.D., IVIEHNIET SOIVIALI, AND
SERVICE GUILD OFFICERS CCLOCKWISED F. BOOKER, l..
ANDERSON Nl. ANDE SON H
v R , l.. AGERUP, E. IVIUNSON,
F. ERICKSON, G. JOHNSON, NI. FERNSTROIVI, G. KITTELSON.
GIFTS, GADGETS, and GOODIES
The Coffee Shop seems to be an essential
part of our hospital. Instrumental in pre -
paring the tempting snacks are the faithful
members of the Covenant Women's Auxiliary.
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Established and maintained by the
Service Guild, the Gift Shop is an
added luxury to patients, their
relatives and friends, and hospital
personnel alike. We will remember
these pink -pinafored ladies of the
community for the annual Freshman
Welcoming tea, the delightful
birthday remembrances we received,
and their zeal in making our hospital
and school more attractive.
Safer lfigilaut. . .
Truly we must first speak of the willing-
ness of our chaplains to yield personal
matters and time to comfort a bereaved
family or to speak with an inquiring
patient about the Savior. Rev. johnson,
as chaplain, not only ministers in the
hospital, but also taught us Christian
Principles as freshman students. We think
of Chaplain Nelson and his fine work on
the Religio -Medical Conference.
REV. HAROLD R. NELSON, ASSISTANT CHAPLAIN
WITH NIRS. DONNA PALIVIBERG CREV. ALFRED J.
JOHNSON PICTURED ON PAGE 12,
NURSING OFFICE SECRETARIES-CAROLYN ELGE,
MARIE KINNEY, AND ELAINE KVALE.
MISS. B. SNIITAL AND MRS. F. BOOKER
He wore a crown of thorns that I
Might wear a crown of light,
And so in deep humility
I'll wear this cap of white.
And somehow may His light shin
Through me from day to day,
That those entrusted to my care
Will find the living way.
BOTTOM-L. DISNEY, E. LARSON, G. MEADE. MIDDLE-D. VOGEL, K. CHENEY
L.. WESTBERG, K. KLANK, P. JENNINGS. TOP-R. NICHOLAISEN, K. HANSON,
IVI. SANDIN, J. ANDERSON.
BOTTOM-JEAN ANDERSON, o. sc:-aux.-rz, B. ERICKSON, R. vANDERARK,
M. AMUNDSQN. Top-M. LINDWALJ. R. ANDERSON M. GLASSER, v. STOFER,
J. GAsPAR1Nl, B. PLANKxs, E. ECKERT, R. REXROAD.
BOTTOM-C,DlAL, N BERGLUND, S.LlNDBLOIVl, B WHITNIER. IVIIDDLE-
A. CREECH, D. HOPPER. TOP-J. IVIILBOURN, S. WOLTER, K. BLOHM,
L. FINZEL, L. BLOOD.
BOTTOM'-NI. LUNDEEN, D. JOHNSON, B. GREEN, G. HOLTON, P. WOLFE.
TOP-S. CORNELL, Nl. JOHNSON, G. BONNEIVIA, V. SHARPE, D. CARPENTER!
ursiug Art lfaborafvry
MRS. CHASE GETS HER FILL WHILE
MISS DELORES JOHNSON SUPERVISES
N - T
GETTING ACQUAINTED WITH THE
SKEEETON IN THE cn.osET.
JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED. LEARNING BY Dome,
LAUNDRY---THEIRS IS A NEVER ENDING JOB..
MRS. DIXON, HEAD OF HOUSEKEEPING.
LINEN ROONI--KEEPING EACH WARD SUPPLIED
DIETITIANS-LEFT TO RIGHT-IVIISS DELANA,
MISS NAKANIURA, MISS RUDINE
FAITHFUL KITCHEN EMPLOYEES
COVENANTVS LATEST IMPROVEMENT-THE DINING Room
...PATIENT READJUSTMENTS OUR REWARD
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THERAPISTS-IVIISS NIELSON, IVIISS
WALDENSTROIVI, IVIR. EDWARDS, IVIRS. BANG.
. . . HELPERS WITH HANDICRAFTS
MISS JEAN LEVINE, THERAPIST,
OVERSEES WORK OF PATIENT.
USING THE SIDEBARS
IVIRS. HEWITT DISPLAYS CRAFTS
FASHIONED BY OLD FOLKS.
MRS. K. KRAUS, SUPERVISOR
In our eight weeks of operating room training
we learn to assistthe doctor during many varied
surgical procedures besides acquiring a thorough
and useful knowledge of sterile technique. Such
terms as "sponge", "kelly", "retractor", and
"lap" fill the air as green -clad figures work
intently in the tense and stimulating atmosphere
characteristic of this department.
THE RIGOROUS TEN-MINUTE SCRUB.
MISS R. ERICKSON, LEFT,
MISS BRUGER, AND MISS HERLIHEY.
Che Darfur 'Framing Graumi
LAB TECHNICIANS fL.EF'T TO RIGHTJ
B, BENSON, S. LANDAU, E. BOWIVIAN,
RECEPTIONIST, J. FOSTER, C. CANINE
AND E. ROTET.
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DR. J. B. NIC CORIVIICK, PATHOLOGIST
CONSULTING MEDICAL ILLUSTRATOR
MORTON BLATT, LEFT.
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BLOOD BANK-MRS. F. EDSTROM
AND Miss E. EWERT.
DR. S. R. CLONINGER AND DR. W.F. HUTSON, OUR RADIOLOGISTS,
X-RAY TECHNICIANS CCLOCKWISEJ P. STROIVI, J. COLEIVIAN,
C. DURYEE, R. CHAIVIBERLAIN, AND K. ROTHER.
MR- CARL I-INDSTROM MR. PHILIP PETERSON
COMPTROI-I-ER DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING
MR. RAYMOND WISLER
PHAR NIACI ST
CENTRAL SERVICE CLEFT TO RIGHTJ CAROL HOLNIQUIST,
NIRS. SWANSON. MRS. OVHARA, MRS. RAPP.
Ku mass Office
D. KROHN, A. ANDERSON, I. YOUNGSTROM
NI. IVIATSON, H. ROSENGREN
Nl. WIRSEN, IVI. JOHNSON, AND S. ELSNER
ENOCH LUNDSTRONI, NIGHT WATCHNIAN
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DAvm ANDERSON, RECEIVING CLERK. Nl,-S ,-ARSEN' CARPENTER
CREW IN BOILER ROOMN
J. WARBINSKI, V. ANDERSON,
O. STROIVIBERG, R. JOHNSON,
AND J. CROOK
ELECTRICIANS-V. KINIONT, N. PORTOKALIS, G. NORDLING.
CHARLIE JOHNSON, AND ALFRED
ALBERT CARLSON AND OKE OSTRONI
HJALIVIER ERICKSON AND JOHN
BUCK, ELEVATOR OPERATORS
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DO WE LOOK PROFESSIONAL?
HERE CONIE THE GIRLS
IN OUR HEARTS FOREVER-MOTHER
V' PROBIE DAZEVI
WAND WHEN I WAS
"FIGHT FOR THE TIME
OF YOUR LIFE"
THE NIGHT BEFORE FINALS
HEY IVIOIVI IVIVI A NURSE!
And, as the path of duty is made plain,
May grace be given that I may walls therein,
Not like the hireling, for his selfish gain,
With backward glances and reluctant tread,
Making a merit of his coward dread--
But, cheerful, in the light around me thrown,
Walking as one to pleasant service led,
Doing God's will as if it were my own,
Yet trusting not in mine, but in His strength alone!
john Greenleaf Whittier
KNEELING-B. LINDELL, B. JONES, S. REIHART, H. LARSEN.
STANDING-K. AIVISLER, J. WEIGT, S. LATHROP, L. DUNN.
FRONT ROW-N. LINDBERG, I. KAIVIPHAUSEN, C. PETERS.
BACK ROW-A. IVIOLLER, E. WETZSTEIN, J. JENSEN, C. JOHNSON,
Nl. JOHNSON, S. SHEPARD.
FIRST ROW-N. JACOBSON, J. OHRN, K. JOHNSON, B. MOORE.
SECOND ROW-D. GUSTAFSON, A. UPSTROIVI, G. NIATSON, N. JOHNSON, E. CARBY.
SEATED-G. WELCH, C. NELSON, K. DENSE, J. WESTBERG, K. BINGHANI.
STANDING-NI. NIYHRE, L. CONRADT.
NOT PICTURED-RHODA DROTTS.
MRS. IRENE ANTILLA CRIGHTD, HEAD
NURSE, AND ASSISTANT MISS GRACE
Now in its second year of operation our recovery room, well
equipped to administer routine and emergency post -operative
care to the surgical patient, has done much to improve the
efficiency of our hospital. Student nurses spend a week here
giving care under the supervision of experienced staff nurses.
On 3 NORTH, a busy surgical floor, the rattle
of a cart bringing another patient from O. R. is
not a strange sound. The laughter and also the
cries from the pediatric section of the floor
are other familiar and well -remembered sounds.
ENTERTAINING A STAR PATIENT IN
THE PEDIATRICS DIVISION
MRS. EMMA SARRING,
SUPERVISOR OF' RECOVERY ROOM
Dressings to change, an IV to check, and a
wealth of new and interesting things to learn
are encountered daily on 3 SOUTH. Here, we
also learn to deal with the apprehension of the
patient, both pre -and post -operatively.
MISS ESTHER TORNHOLNI CLEFTD, HEAD
NURSE, AND MRS. CAROLINE SHOEERG,
ASSISTANT HEAD NURSE.
MISS JOEL DENIONSTRATING
THOSE AWESOME CHEST TUBES.
'VJUST A NIOSQUITE BITEIV'
Our attention centers on nursing care of the orthopedic patient
during the six -week period we spend in Nelson Hall. Instruction
includes clinical demonstrations and practice in applying
orthopedic appliances, caring for the patient in a mst and
personally experiencing some of these procedures.
NELSON HALL 3.
z'dSgEMAA'L'S"Ag-QNQBA-OOM' HEAD Miss FLETCHER DEMONSTRATING
MC C ' ' T NT MRS- MARION THE STRYCKER FRAME FOR TURNING
ONNELL--NELSON HALL 2. PARA,-YZED PA-I-,EN-rs
IVIRS. ALISON CLARK, HEAD NURSE--
The emergency room--where a well -organized
and prepared team await the unexpected. Broken
bones, bites, or bruises--all hours of the day or
night help is available to take care of these
misfortunes, This proves to be an exciting and
challenging two weeks in the student's experience.
MISS ADELINE LARSON, SUPERVISOR
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MISS PATRICIA ANDERSON, SECRETARY AND
A PLACE TO PASS THOSE LONG AND
"COULD YOU ASK FOR ANYTHING ELSE."
,411 Srprcssian Of Our fave
During a thirteen -week period on fourth floor, student nurses
learn prenatal and postnatal care of the mother as well as care
of the new -born infant. The bright and refreshing atmosphere,
sparked with excitement and, sometimes, touched by sorrow,
makes duties especially pleasant and rewarding.
IVIISS MARIE ISAKSON, SUPERVISOR
AND IVIRS. NONA MICHAEL, ASSISTANT.
IVIRS. NIINNETTE LEVIN, NURSERY HEAD NURSE.
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IVIISS FRIDA GREGOR, NIGHT
IIJUST ASK US HOW TO BATHE
A BABY OR IVIAKE FORMUALAIV
WEIGHING IN AT .
WHAT LIES BEHIND THOSE BARS
Three months seemed like a long time to spend
in a new and somewhat fearful nursing situation,
but time passed quickly at Cook County Mental
Health Clinic. Here, as we talked with patients,
our own problems became insignificant in relation
to many of theirs. Perhaps this period of learning
will be the most useful as we continue to deal
THIS IS THE WAY FO "PSYCH" I
OUR HOME AT COOK COUNTY
"Contagion" with all of its handwashing, gowning, and unseen
microbes was a six -week course well spent. Each of us
will remember Mrs. Bell, our instructor, who 50 effectively
taught the principles of communicable disease nursing.
TEDDY DOESN'T REALLY
NEED A RESPIRATOR.
NO, NOT A CAGE, AN ELEVATOR!
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VVYOUVRE STILL TICKING. "
Our three months spent at Children's Memorial
Hospital were memorable times. Besides learning
much from the excellent classes on childhood
conditions, we developed many new skills in
caring for children. Much of our time was spent
feeding and playing with our young patients.
"LET'S PLAY HOUSE, OK?"
Off duty hours were filled with many activities.
Care studies and studying were interwoven with
reading, cooking snacks, and fun-filled trips
to the zoo and conservatory.
CATCHING UP ON THE LATEST
FROM BACK HONIE.
RETURNING ASSIGNMENT SHEETS
ARE MISS BERTEAUX, MISS JONES
MRS. STENBERG CMISS RUEJ, AND
TIME OUT EOR RECREATIONI
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I GUESS THIS IS A
GOOD PLACE TO START.
NOW, WHERE DO WE
GO FROM HERE?
AT LEAST WE BEAT OH NO, YOUR SIDE IS AND NOW, FOR THE THERE'5 ONE IN
THE SUMMER CROWD. SHORTER THAN MINE. NEXT WITNESS... EVERY C,-A551
God is in every tomorrow,
Planning for you and for me,
E'en in the dark I will follow,
Trust where my eyes cannot see,
Stilled by His promise of blessing
Soothed by the touch of His hand
Confident in His protection,
Knowing my life -path is planned.
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BRONZE AND WHITE
ALL THINGS THROUGH CHRIST
"And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name
of the Lord jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father
Colossians 3: 17
WE THANK THEE, LORD, THY PATHS OF SERVICE LEAD
We thank thee, Lord, thy paths of service lead
To blazoned heights and down the slopes of needg
They reach Thy throne, encompass land and sea,
And he who journeys in them walks with Thee.
We've sought and found Thee in the secret place
And marveled at the radiance of Thy face,
But often in some far -off Galilee
Beheld Thee fairer yet while serving Thee.
We've felt Thy touch in sorrow's darkened way
Abound with love and solace for the day,
And, 'neath the burdens there, Thy sov'reignty
Has held our hearts enthralled while sewing Thee.
We've seen Thy glory like a mantle spread
O'er hill and dale in saffron flame and red,
But in the eyes of men, redeemed and free,
A splendor greater yet while sewing Thee.
Show us the paths in which Thou wouldest lead
To blazoned heights or down the slopes of needg
For both alike encompass land and sea,
And he who journeys in them walks with Thee.
Calvin W. Laufer
EUNICE M. BENSON
PONOKA, AI.EIERTA, CANADA
'ITHou WlL.T SHEW ME THE PATH
OF LIFE-IN THY PRESENCE IS
PuI.NESS OF .Iov-AT TI-Iv RIGHT
HAND THERE ARE PLEASURES
VIRGINIA R. BENSON
IITAKE HEED TO THE MINISTRY
WHICH THOU HAST RECEIVED IN
THE LORD THAT THOU F'UL.F'lLl. IT.
MISS JOSEPHINE FLETCHER
KAREN J. AKERLUND
-IAND YE ARE CHRIST' S-AND
CHRIST IS GOD'S."
MARY E. BALBACH
GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN
NAND WE KNOW THAT AI.I.
THINGS WORK TOGETHER FOR
GOOD TO THEM THAT LOVE GOD,
TO THEM WHO ARE CALLED
ACCORDING TO HIS PURPOSE."
F. JOYCE BURKE
EAST GARY, INDIANA
'VAND IT SHALL COME TO PASS,
THAT BEFORE THEY CALL, I
WILL ANSWER-AND WHILE THEY
ARE YET SPEAKING, I WILL
ESTHER V. CARBERRY
ST. ANSGAR, IOWA
IITI-IAT I IVIAY KNOW HIM, AND
THE POWER OP HIS RESURRECTION
AND THE FELLOWSHIP OP HIS
SUFFERINGS, BEING MADE CON-
FORIVIABLE UNTO HIS DEATH."
CAROLYN E. CHRISTOPHER
Mc PHERSON, KANSAS
VVCAST THY BURDEN UPON THE
LORD, AND HE SHALL SUSTAIN
TI-IEE-HE SHALL NEVER SUFFER
THE RIGHTEOUS TO BE IvIOvED,u
CAROL R. CROIVILEY
III KNOW THAT, WHATSOEVER
GOD DOETI-I, IT SHALL BE FOREVER-
NOTHING CAN BE PUT TO IT, NOR
ANYTHING TAKEN FROM IT."
CATHERINE E. ERB
'IAND THE LORD SHALL GUIDE
THEE OONTINUALLY, AND SATISFY
TI-IY SOUL IN DROUGI-IT."
MARILYN R. HUGHES
REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA
HMY GRACE IS SUFFICIENT FOR
THEE-FOR MY STRENGTH IS
MADE PERFECT IN WEAKNESSJ'
JUDITH A. JOHNSON
'vI.ET THE WORDS OF MY MOUTH
AND THE MEDITATION OF MY
HEART, BE ACCEPTAELE IN THY
SIGHT, O LORD, MY STRENGTH
AND MY REDEEMERJ'
CYNTHIA A. FORREST
HHE THAT OVERCOMETH, THE
SAME SHAI.I. BE CI.OTHED IN
ETHEL. N. FRANSON
GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN
'VTHAT IN AI..I. THINGS HE MIGHT
HAVE THE PREEMINENCEJI
NIARJORIE L. JOHNSON
UI CAN DO AI.I. THINGS
THROUGH CHRIST WHICH
JANET E. JONES
"AND WE KNOW THAT ALL THINGS
WORK TOGETHER POR GOOD TO
THEM THAT LOVE GOD, TO THEM
THAT ARE THE cAI.I..ED ACCORDING
TO HIS PURPOSE."
LOWAYNE F. LARSON
IICOMMIT THY WAY UNTO THE
LORD-TRUST ALSO IN HIM-AND
HE SHALL BRING IT TO PASSJI
ELAINE L. MARSCHNIAN
WAND GOD IS ABLE TO MAKE ALL
GRACE ABOUND TOWARD You-THAT
YE ALWAYS HAVING ALL SUFFICIENCY
IN ALL THINGS, MAY ABOUND TO
EVERY GooD. 'I
E. JOYCE PETERSON ANDERSON
CAMRCSE, ALBERTA, CANADA
IITHOU WILT SHoW ME THE PATH
OF LIFE-IN THY PRESENCE IS FULNESS
OF JOY-AT THY RIGHT HAND THERE
ARE PLEASURES FoREVERMoRE."
ASTA K. RAFOS
III THANK THEE, AND PRAISE THEE,
o THOU GOD OF MY FATHERS, WHo
HAST GIVEN ME WISDOM AND MIGHT."
YVONNE N. OLSON
RED WING, MINNESOTA
vIFoR THE LAW OF THE SPIRIT
oF LIFE IN CHRIST JESUS HATH
MADE ME FREE FROM THE LAW
OF SIN AND DEATH.'I
PHYLLIS M. PALMBERG
IICALL UNTO ME, AND I WILL
ANSWER THEE, AND SHEW THEE
GREAT AND MIGHTY THINGS,
WHICH THOU KNCWEST NoT.'I
PATRICIA A. SANDBLOOM
PUERTA LA CRUZ, VENEZUELA
'VFOR HE SHALL GIVE HIS ANGELS
CHARGE OVER THEE, TO KEEP THEE
IN ALL THY WAYS."
ANITA J. SPENCER
VVTHE LORD IS IVIY STRENGTH
AND IVIY SHIELD-IVIY HEART
TRUSTED IN HINI, AND I AIVI
HEART GREATLY REJOICETHJ'
PATRICIA A. RASIVIUSSEN
'IIN ALL THY WAYS ACKNOWLEDGE
HIM, AND HE SHALL DIRECT THY
MARGARET A. ROLOSON
WTHOUGH HE FALL, HE SHALL NOT
BE UTTERLY CAST DOWN-FOR THE
LORD UPHOLDETH HIM WITH HIS
DIXIE L. STEEL
"AND LET THE PEACE OF GOD
RULE IN YOUR HEARTS, TO THE
WHICH ALSO YE ARE CALLED
IN ONE BODY-AND BE YE
KAREN IVI. VAN STEENWYK
VVBUT SEEK YE FIRST THE
KINGDOM OF GOD, AND HIS
RIGHTEOUSNESS-AND ALL THESE
THINGS SHALL BE ADDED UNTO YOU
FAITH E. WEBER
IIGOD IS OUR REFUGE AND
STRENGTH, A VERY PRESENT
HELP IN TROUBLE."
RUTH E. WEST
NEW PORT RICHEY, FLORIDA
'VNIY GRACE IS SUFFICIENT
FOR THEE-FOR NIY STRENGTH
IS MADE PERFECT IN WEAKNESSJ'
A D H v
ESNTO YOU Tl-TEREFORE WHICH BELIEVE
I-IE IS PRECIOUS."
SANDRA M. WISTROM
VVBUT THE WISDOM FROM ABOVE
IS FIRST PURE, THEN PEACEABLE,
GENTLE, OPEN TO REASON, FULL OF
MERCY AND GOOD FRUITS, WITHOUT
UNCERTAINTY OR INSINCERITYJI
Kcligiaus Activities Hammittcc
LEFT TO RIGHT-JEANIE WHITE,
DIXIE STEEL, ESTHER CARBERRY,
GINNY HOLTON, AND MISS
1. To provide an environment for effectual Christian fellowship.
2. To create an awareness of our needs and the needs of others.
3. To gain an appreciation of missions, both home and foreign.
4. To develop skill in mechanics of service in aj prayer bj Bible
study cj witnessing.
5. To broaden the scope of our socio -spiritual relationships.
6. To maintain a proper balance of academic, social and spiritual life.
7. To expose students to the enjoyment of a closer walk with Jesus Christ.
These objectives are carried out through chapel services, N. C. F.
meetings, dorm Bible studies, and prayer groups.
SPIRITUAL REFRESHNIENT FOR
THE NEW WORKING DAY.
TO KNOW HIM AND TO MAKE HIM KNOWN
OF T D TESTA
NINETEE HE CLASS MENT
We, the senior class of Swedish Covenant Hospital, being of sound mind
and clear memories, do hereby declare this to be our last will and
testament and do bequeath the following to the following beneficiaries.
l, Karen Akerlund, will my inheritance of the saying, "l hate men!" , to
jo Weigt. l, Mary Balbach, will my invigorating pineapple -cottage
cheese salad with catsup dressing to Linda Dunn in hope that she may be
so invigorated! l, Eunice Benson, will my magical charm with interns
to lnga Kamphausen. Good luck!
l, Virginia Benson, will my repertoire of compliments to joyce Ohrn. l,
joyce Burke, will my solemn, unmischievious, sweet personality to Grace
Welch to spark the Class of '62, l, Esther Carberry, will my love for
school and ability to work extra in any capacity required to Sally Reihart.
l, Carolyn Christopher, will my winning personality and sunny smile to
Grace Matson. l, Carol Crornley, will my cool, calm, and collected romance
to Nancy Lindberg. l, Cathy Bib, will my moon -light snipe -hunting to
Nancy jacobson. i, Cynthia Forrest, will my composure in any situation
whether it be on duty or with Gilbert, to Sandy Lathrop. l, Ethel Franson,
will my affinity for the ward, especially when working extra, to Alice Upstrom,
l, Marilyn Hughes, will my ability to stand upright in surgery under the
influence of phenobarb to Marilyn Myhre.
l, judy johnson, will my early morning cheer before breakfast to Barbara
Moore. l, Marjorie johnson, will my Swedish Covenant blond rinse to Carol
johnson for that Kansas glow. l, janet jones, will my ability to pass for
white to my little sis, Kathy Bingham. l, Lowayne Larson, will my ability
to ace a test with fifteen minutes of study to Lois Conradt. l, Elaine
Marschman, will my preference for Wheaton men over hospital personnel to
Barb jones. l, Voni Olson, will my future career as the best-dressed Covenant
minister's wife to julia Westberg.
l, Phyllis Palmberg, will my student uniforms to Rhoda Drotts with the
stipulation that they be shortened three feet to suit the latest styles.
l, joyce Anderson, will my sink of dirty dishes, my basket of dirty white
shirts, my dusty living room to all of those envious junior girls. l, Asta
Rafos, will my ability to soothe the old men in Nelson Hall 2 by singing
lullabies to Karen johnson, l, Patricia Rasmussen, will my far -sighted
contact lenses to Annette Moller! Go West, young lady, go west! l,
Margaret Roloson will my professional dignity to the point of withdrawal to
11 Patricia Sardbloom, will my remaining two cases of Gerital Qfor tired bloodj
to Marilyn johnson. l, Anita Spencer, will my secret love life to Kathy
Amslef- fCOrnplete details on request.j l, Dixie Steel, will my prize assignments
to Elaine Carby so that she may obtain an equal wealth of learning experiences.
1, KHYGH Yan Steenwyk, will my flying feet to Sylvia Shepard so that she may
carry on in the Nightingale tradition. l, Faith Weber, will my personal copy
of 5CCEB1221j316fW2QislQoven5nt Pranks to Helen Larson. Carry on, Nurse!
'll this advice to the junior class night owls, "Don't get
sterling qualities of forget-
l, Ruth West, wr
your liver in a quiver!" l, jeanie White will my
fulness, il found my lost clothes. . 3 months later. . . all mildewedlj my rigid
schedule, Ql'll get up in another hour.j and my driving abilities LGrand Haven,
Michigan in 45 minutesj to joAnn jensen. l, Sandra Wistrorn, last but not
least, will my organizational ability to Eleanor Wetzstein. We, janet jones and
Dixie Steel, will the confusion created by our striking resemblance to Karen
Dense and Lois Conradt.
We, the senior class, will to Barb Lindell, Cathy Peters, and Nancy johnson
the ability to turn mattresses according to nursing principles. Ooops, we
forgot to take off the linen! To Miss Fletcher, we will the latest medication
for general ills, Miallergrain, discovered by Dr. Orni Akinbak. To Miss Peterson
we will, as a last try, completed US citizenship applications. Miss joel, with
our envious regards? receives a free years pass to the Tastee -lfreez. To Miss
Greider, the most modernfin bamboofislring rods. Good luck next year! To Dr.
Hulburt, we leave the following orders. . .24 hours of bedrest with aspirin grg x
q. 4 h. with one large bottle Hydros gingerale and a return appointment
tomorrow at 10 a. rn. To the freshmen class we leave an opportunity for revenge!
And as our last bequest, to our Lady of the Dining Hall, we leave a free pass
to an orthopedic clinic for treatment of her congenital absence of clavicles
and dislocated hip.
We: the ' '
Junior C1 .
upperclassmem ass, predlct the following in the next f.
We Years for om-
Karen Akerlund .
. . is bus'1 .
Elsltsplilbigshedka boot gniiglgcinilpgoagas ag gs golf club, Mary Balb h
Vi, . . WOT Ing as cheap hel '. an ,ne Ways to Eat L t as haf
Joyiglgulienson has again beenpclsn? Promising young doctojsmg? " Eunice
Anarticau eEgi1:-S'-rYIg9uSly noted for beE?12eihEYfj16I' husband for arfogliiiwe k
for those home d 1-arbgfw is often Seen 1od3St woman missionary to tif '
e IVEFICS in eastern Tengesseelfg through swamps in knej boots
Carolyn Christopher .
onl five 15 the P1'0l1d moth .
Gil, in asglsgljgluand a nursing Careez. eglilglg that all importanctlzaillgies
has just hung u lil Switzerland and owns hir O15 F0l'i'eSt is living with hugs d
has answered qi Cl: shingle as 2 seamstress inlivqn Ski resort, Ethel Fransonan ,
allenge of frontier nursing. el' Community, Marilyn Hughes
Judith Johnson is producing live Johnson and Johnson products. Marjorie
Johnson is still trying to decide what to do with her Bachelor of Science
degree. Janet Jones has taken Mrs. Stromdah1's place as P. M. supervis or.
Lowayne Larson has postponed wedding plans again to study at University of
Chicago--Did she say pre -med? Elaine Marschman is now raising her three
children according to theories learned at Children's Memorial.
Yvonne Olson spends her spare time painting murals on the walls of the
pastor's study. Pat Rasmussen is the only midwife in rural areas of
Nebraska. Joyce Anderson and Andy are working for an even dozen with
four boys and four girls--are they all twins? Asta Rafos is nurse for an opera
company, working extra as beautician. Phyllis Palmberg is giving nursing
care to Nebraska farm animals. Margaret Roloson we've lost track of --but did
she go to Alaska?
Pat Sandbloom is finally making plans for that June wedding with her
Vlfheaton man. Anita Spencer is teaching piano at Cook County Hospital.
Karen Van Steenwyk hopes soon to open her own charm school. Faith Weber
is sending her three children faithfully to KYB Club every Sunday.
Ruth West listens faithfully to WMBI from sun-up to sun-down. Jeanie
White is organizing NCF meetings for male nurses. Sandra Wistrom is still
working at Sh.riner's Hospital, and we understand, often gets mistaken
for the kids. Dixie Steel is now serving as OR supervisor. Did she
really like OR?
WE SING HIS PRAISES
Meeting weekly for practices, the Nurses' Chorus serxes as an enjoyable
outlet from the tense hospital situation. The Thanksgiving, Christmas,
and Easter season find the chorus presenting several evening concerts in
Chicago -area churches. Highlighting the year is the banquet at the
Svithiod Club given by the hospital in honor of the chorus. Mr. E. Clifford
Toren graciously gives of his time to conduct the group which is
accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Arthur Nelson.
MR. E. CLIFFORD TOREN
MRS. ARTHUR NELSON
MEMBERS CLOCKWISE ARE-MARGARET ROLOSON
SANDRA WISTROM, KAREN AKERLUND, RUTH
VANDERARK, MARY BALBACH, ESTHER CARBERRY
VIRGINIA BENSON, MISS CONSTANCE NELSON
CADVISORJ, PAT SANDBLOOM, AND JEANIE WHITE.
Student Council, capably directed by Mary Balbach, is one of the most active
student organizations in the school. Some of the activities for which it is
responsible are the monthly birthday teas and the Spring Banquet. The farewell
party for Mother Widen and the all -school picnic were enjoyed by all. A
beautiful new portable TV can be found in each floor lounge--purchases of the
Student Council. The initiation and presentation of the Student Nurse of the
Year Award mghiighred the year.
l5'ilf and up Staff
Keeping in Contact with fellow-students,
whether they be at Kids, Cook County,
or at our own S. C. H. , is facilitated
by our school paper, Bib and Cap. The
staff, headed by co -editors, Anita Spencer
and Esther Carberry, publish four issues
a year, one for each season. This year
incoming students received a complimentary
copy to better acquaint them with our
school life. Miss Wilma Peterson selves
FRONT ROW-CAROLYN CHRISTOPHER, ALICE
UPSTROM, JOYCE BURKE. CENTER ROW
JUDY ANDERSON, ESTHER CARBERRY, ANITA
SPENCER, MISS WILMA PETERSON, KAREN
DENSE, ANNETTE MOLLER. BACK ROW-CAROL.
CROML..EY, KAREN VANSTEENWYK, PAT
JENNINGS, KATHY AMSL.ER.
Student Num' af thc year
The Student Nurse of the Year Award sponsored by the Student Council will be given
each year to a senior girl selected by the student body as an outstanding student nurse.
One who is to be considered a remarkable student nurse should be a person who is
thoughtful! dependable, congenial and likeableg possesses empathyg is neat in appearanceg
has genuine interest in nursing education and gives thorough nursing care- maintains a ood
scholastic averageg lives a consistent spiritual life and has an optimistic outlook on life.
Jeanie White was found to excell in these qualities and thus was named Student Nurse
of the Year for 1961. We congratulate you, jeanie, and trust that you willcontinue to
continue to manifest these qualities in the years to come.
C1.EF'r 'ro RIGHTD MRS. M,
M. NIULVEHILJ., AND K. BRILI..
NIRS. BERGQUIST AND MRS. YOST
MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARIANS-
F. TURNQUIST. F. WARNER, AND
NIRS. l.. NIC CLIIVIANS-CHIEF' LIBRARIAN.
ADIVIITTING OFFICE-MRS. LEANDER
AND NIRS. EICHLIN.
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WHO LET THEM OUT OF PSYCHO7
IS IT WORTH A DEMERIT?
"I'LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS
IF ONLY IN MY DREAMSVV
BUT, GILBERT, HEVD
MAKE A CUTE PET
TO MARKET-TO MARKET.
THOSE WEDDING BELLS ARE
BREAKING UP THAT OLD GANG
WHERE THEREVS DUST-
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DOE-SNIT ANYBODY CARE?
AFFILIATION-HERE WE COME! ACCEPT THE PATIENT
AS SHE IS.
THE CHICKENPOX KID!
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ALUMNAE HOMECOMING TEA ME--HYPER?
THREE QICLQCK A,M, THE l..OVEL.lEST NIGHT
OF' THE YEAR.
THIS IS THE LIFE EVEN NURSES NEED VACATIONS!
THOSE DIGNIFIED SENIORSI
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CLOCKWISE-FAITH WEBER, MARGARET ROLOSON AND CAROL CROMLEY
CCO-EDITORSD, JOYCE BURKE, MARGE JOHNSON, JOYCE ANDERSON,
JEANIE WHITE, MARY ANN BROWN, AND KAREN VANSTEENWYK.
NOT PICTURED-YVONNE OLSON AND RUTH WEST.
We, the members of the 1961 Candle Staff, sincerely hope that you are
pleased with your 1961 Candle. Many efforts have been made this year
to give you a bigger, better and more complete records of your days ax
S. C. H. In the future may this book not only bring back cherished
memories but also stand as a tribute to our Lord jesus Christ whom we
The 1961 61111416 Staff
seek to honor and serve.
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