Shirley Reginelli, MDJC Nursing Students Honored 17 Sep 1967 The Delta Democrat-Times, Greenville, M
MDJC Nursing Students Honored At Coffee The annual coffee for the| Freshman and sophomore nurs- students at Mississippi Delta Junior College was given Sept. 8 by the nursing staff at M. D.' J. C. The nursing staff consist of Miss Wyncma McGrew, director of nursing; .Mrs. Kalherine Thompson, secretary; teachers, Mrs. Helen Meredith, Â· Mrs. Lessie Lessie Boyette, Mrs. Mary Lou Nurses' Coffee Seen (left to right) at the coffee in the photo at left are secrtary, Mrs. Katherine Katherine Thompson, Moorhead; director of nursing, Miss Wynema McGrew, Moorhead; Moorhead; teachers, Mrs. Mary Lou Blacksher, Moorhead Mrs. Frances Hyde, Moov- head; Mrs. Lessie Boyette Greenville; Mrs. H e l e r Meredith, Greenville; Mis: Beverly Ann Edison, Moorhead. Moorhead. ilacksher, Mrs. Beverly Ann idison, and Mrs. Frances Hyde. REFRESHMENTS were serv- :d on an autumn designed linen abtecloth. A wicker basket ar- Â·anged with brown, yellow, and irange minature zinnias a n d dwarf mcrigolds, served as the centerpiece. . The coffee is given each year o give the students an opportun- ty to get acquainted before the sclwol term begins. At this time he sophomore students also se- cct their little sister or brother 'or the year. This year|s nusing students from Greenville and surrounding towns are: Sophomores: Wanda Johnson, Birdie Sims, Mary Ellen Burns, Gladys Edwards-all of Greenville, Greenville, and Shirley Reginelli,. of Lake Village, Ark. Freshmen, all from Greenville: Greenville: Joyce Jones, Luree Kelly, Larry O'Brionl, Mrs. Betty Pearson, Pearson, Mrs. Alice Redfield, Mrs. Bernice Taylor, Nancy Wilkinson, Wilkinson, Doris Pamela Broadway, and Sandy Gilhart.