Aunt Carol - Blue Cross Nursing Scholarship
babies in the basement of an old remodeled home at 454 Pipestone street, now occupied by the Maurice Urist. Teske said he believes the felines have Persian blood in them. AVith two dogs occupying the Teske home, the cats must go. Call and ask if you want one. The arms in the picture (News-Palladium Photo.) Ten Blue Cross Scholarships * * * * * More Than 600 Contestants DETROIT--Ten Michigan high school seniors are winners of 1960 Blue Cross nursing scholarships scholarships of $300 each. They won out over a field of more than 600 contestants who entered from hundreds o I communities throughout the state. This 10th annual competition, open to all high school seniors and graduates in Michigan, was conducted and the winners chosen chosen by the scholarship committee of the Michigan League for Nursing. It is the statewide recruiting recruiting and education agency for the nursing profession, with headquarters in Lansing. The 1960 winners are: Margaret Brady, 18, 518 West, Three Rivers; Patricia White, 18, 723 South Woodbridge, Saginaw;| Ruth Van Sweden, 17, 701 Coit,' N.E., Grand Rapids; Karen; Bouwkamp, 17, 117 Palmer, N.E., Grand Rapids; Joan Van Gunst, 17, Route 1, New Era; Rosemary Sova, 18, Route -1, Cheboygan; Carol Koppelberger, 17. 503 East Baker, Flint; Karen Spike, 17, Cliiivch Leader BUCK HILL FALLS, Pa. (AP) --The General Synod of the Reformed Reformed Church in America has elected Dr. Henry Bast of Western Western Seminary. Holland, Mich., as its new president. Dr. Bast replaces replaces Dr. Howard Hageman, Newark, N.J. I 3280 Sharon Hollow Road, Manchester; Manchester; Karen Sanders, 17, 16900 East Jefferson, Grosse Pointe 30; and Grace Wiegand, 18, 6720 Engleman avenue, Ccnterline. Individual checks of $300 each will be sent to each of the winners winners in care of the school of nursing they choose for train- Picnic Cancelled BUCHANAN--Jeannette Stevenson Stevenson guild of the First Presbyterian Presbyterian church has cancelled tile end-of-the-year picnic scheduled for Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Kelsey Bainton, Bainton, is announced by the president, president, Mrs. Harry Banke. ing. ALL RANK HIGH The winners all ranked high in scholarship, general aptitude for nursing and had broad backgrounds of extra curricular interests in high school. Many stood first in their classes all "A" averages and all were in the upper 10 per cent. The scholarship committee reported that winners were from 100 finalists who were in a standardised test given contestants. Final judging, based on the written application, scholastic grades and the report of the high school principal was "a tough job," according to the committee.