student nurses receives caps in ceremonies (Aunt Patty)
Student Nurses Receives Caps In Ceremonies The cippinp cerrmony of thj New CaMie Hospital School of i Nursing was held in the Bon K rink I 1 in Junior Uifch School auditorium for 26 first-year students Sunday. The capping of the student nurse marks her aitnmrnent of the first milestone and prnmotmn to the clinical aspect of tlie nursmp pro- S Rev. John Petrarulo. main speaker, stressed the need of appreciation of the spiritual principles in the life of a nurse. Father Peiaruln said the motive of a nursinc career was the desire td serve humanity in the love of Cod. Sister Laurence Man1 a!o ad dressed the croup after she capped each student nurse. She remarked lhai the capping marked an im port am beginning rather than sign Jfving only the end of a phase J. Preston Flaherty, president of tne board of directors, commended the yo'jnk- ladies for their choice Dr. Travis French, who presided, evpressed greetings from the med:cai staff of the Nr.r Castle ! i Vbert Gladdis nflered the c-pnin? closing prayer. I Sister Rose Mary offered the can-d;e iirtiir.g service. The music was under Ihe direc-: linn of Dclbert neicher. who pre scmed two solos. He was arcom-- named hv Krmel F.. Bran.steller. ; Brar.stotror also plaveri the pro-. cossional and recessional marches.) and accompanied the rhoral sclec- tion chosen bv Ihe class. Miss Norma Tavolier. a senior, sludenl. played Ihe part of Flor-lF.ast com-cure Nightingale. A reception was held in the Nurses' Residence following (he ceremony.