Clipped From The Valley Independent
a r y Nurses Convene Melvin Bassi, Charleroi attorney, discussed the "Legal Aspects of Nursing" at the Thursday evening meeting ol the. Ciiarleroi-Monessen Hospital .Nurses-Association .Nurses-Association hold in the conference Â· - Â· Monessen Tuesday h e 1 room at the hospital. Attorney Bassi Bassi cited several laws pertaining to tlie nurse. He cited case examples examples from all over the country. Mrs. Sellin Price gave the prayer prayer to open the session and the president, Mrs. Grace Y a r- borough, -was in charge of the business business session. The ways and means committee reported on the successful sale of Easier eggs, a fund raising project project sponsored by the group. Plans for the annual June dance are not yet completed, but will be announced in the near future. It has been decided, however, that the girl chosen from one of the valley high schools to receive the nurse scholarship given by the association will be presented at the dance, Nellie Hill read a verv favor- tal, Pittsburgh, on JÂ«anne Smith, of Monessen, who was last year's scholarship winner. She recently completed her six month probationary probationary period at the hospital and received her cap. Mrs. Verne Mica, of Monessen, has been accepted as a new member member to the club. There will be no regular meeting meeting of the Association in May, instead instead the nurses will have their annual banquet on May 2nd, at Twin Coacnes at 7:30. Reservations Reservations should be made with Mrs. Marie Muckle, association secretary, secretary, by April 25. The prizes during the evening were awarded to Mrs. Vera Dunn and Lucille Kreuter. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Minnie Gysegem, assisted by Mrs, Dorothy Nicholson, Virginia able report from Columbia Hospi-'Stevenson and Juanita Behrens.