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 Boyette, Mrs. Mary Lou Nurses' Coffee Seen (left to right) at the coffee in the photo at left are secrtary, Mrs. Katherine Thompson, Moorhead; director of nursing, Miss Wynema McGrew, 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: :'j Beverly Ann Edison, 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, and Shirley Reginelli,. of Lake Village, Ark. Freshmen, all from Greenville: Joyce Jones, Luree Kelly, Larry O'Brionl, Mrs. Betty Pearson, Mrs. Alice Redfield, Mrs. Bernice Taylor, Nancy Wilkinson, Doris Pamela Broadway, and Sandy Gilhart.