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THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 5, 1969 PAGE I1 Bars Education F alms Scotland (NC)-- Broadcasting Corpor- s sex education films for are not to be viewed to by Catholic school in Motherwell diocese, St. Vincent's Graduates Last Nursing School Class Little Rock -- More than 400 alumnae of St. Vincent Infirmary School of Nursing gathered in Lit- tle Rock last weekend for a re- union and activities surrounding the graduation of the last class of nurses from the school. tours, informal class meetings and a banquet honoring the grad- uates at Jeff Banks Student Union at the University of Arkansas Med- ical Center. Sunday's activities began with a special Mass in the Infirmary's students. In the final class, graduates from Little Rock included: Charlotte Anderson, Patricia Davis, Margaret Deitz, Barbara Dobbins, Mary Foreman, Sandra Gibson, Melba Guthrie, Vicki Hal- berry, Fort Smith; Nancy Mc- Guire, Hot Springs; Sandra Gil- bert, McGehee; Beverly Gosnell, Ozark; Robyn Formby, Paimos; Sandra Ashcraft and Joyce Davis, Pine Bluff; Gertrude Schmidt, Pocahontas; Bobble Fuller, Pres- Francis Thomson of Moth- said in a public statement. BBC's sex education films have been the subject in Scotland recent- bishop said he made his after consultation with teachers and priests who a preview of the films. Thirty-eight nursing students received their diplomas Sunday, during commencement ceremonies at Robinson Auditorium. The exercises concluded activ- ities which begin Friday with re- gistration at the Infirmary's Nur- ses' residence followed by a tour of the hospital. Saturday's activities included continuation of registration and Card Innovation Pags new Chapel followed by a brunch in the Northwest Wing Lounge. The r e u n i o n and graduation marked the close of the Infir- mary's School of Nursing after 63 years of operation. The school was phased out in deference to an associate degree program which began last year in cooperation with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. During its operation more than 1,400 girls received diplomas from the school which was founded in 1906 with an enrollment of two lawny, Loreen Hughes, Loretta Hutchins, Alice Kimble, LanaMas- sanelli, Candice Kraft and Mar- garet McNeil. Also, Gloria Willingham, Myrtle Nunn, Patricia Nyberg, Cecelia Smith, Patricia Taylor, Dawn Trammel, Helen Weedman and Norma Stepter. Other graduates were: Virginia E u s ep p i, Altheimer; Margaret Bryan, Batesville; Nell FooLs, Benton; Martha Cox, Cabot; Ca- thy Readmond, E1 Dorado; Ben- hie Norris, Glenwood; Joy Thorns- cott; and Loretta Oliver, Smack- over. Keep Current READ The Guardian ,nds at St. Edward's School j FO R EST H E I G H T S Rock--St. Edwards ond six-weeks marking period tried an innovation here were distributed to the pupils by days in the clistribu- members of the school's Lay Ad- )art cards, and the prin- Sister M. Hermana, O.S.B., with the results. the first time in the school's report cards for the sec- visory Board. Invited to distribute the report cards by Sister Hermana and The Rev. Alcuin Kubis, O.S.B., pastor of St. Edward'sparish, were Barry Findley, the board president, and Lt. Col Richard Niels, the secre- tary. "These men didn't miss a thing on the cards," Sister Hermana said, "and the children sat and listeded spellbound as they lec- tured them on the necessity of hard study, application, etc." The principal said the children have heard such counsel many times "but it seemed to mean so much coming from a layman and a businessman." An additional benefit, Sister Hermana said, derived from let- ting Board members see what is really happening. Mr. Findley and Colonel Niels "never dreamed there was such a diversity of character, so many problems," she said. What they saw as they reviewed each report card provided them with knowledge that can be most useful in heightening the service of the school's Advisory Board, Sister explained. She recommended that other schools adopt the practice. 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