Helen Ann Sigg - scholarship 1957
jiil LI •M)n 64 1 Scholarship For IHS Senior Miss Helen Sigg, 17-year-oI(J lola High School senior, has been warded a $300 nursing scholarship by the American Cancer Society, according to Mrs. Beulah Hamilton, scholarship chairman of the Allen County chapter. Miss Sigg is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sigg, 511 S. Colborn. She plans to enter nurses' training at St. Josephs Hospital, Wichita, this s u m m e r. The scholarship will provide books tuition and supplies during the course. She is one of 24 young women who will receive similar scholarships from the Kansas division of the American Cancer Society this year. To qualify the young women must be in the upper one third of their classes scholastically, make satisfactory grades in pre-nursing test.s, be accepted by an accredited Kansas Nursing school, and have personal qualifications necessary for the pfofession. j The scholarship will be for- •nially presented to her at the icommcneement exercises. TO JORDAN COiVIMAND AM.MAN, Jordan WV-The Bedouin general who helped King Hussein put down last month's political unrest was appointed head of the Jordanian army last night. The King confirmed Maj, Geri. Habes Majali as chief of staff, the post he took on an acting basis after two other commanders deserted.