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KINGS MOUNTAtN HERALD, KINGS MOUNTAIN, N. C.
- COLLEGE TODAY
By HOWARD R. BOOaR
n. C. Board ol Higlm Ediieatioa
Nuising Education Programs perience is on nursing care of
become a liospitalized patients.
t>ijf.:, of nursing Twcnty-ai.v Hospitals in the
edui'aliun inograais aio availalile
state from tlie
iii Noi Ui Caioima and where are m,inm and Hospital at Fletcher
llioy o .c.io, Lenoir Meinoiial Hospital in
(A) Four types of programs
are available lo prepare candi
dates for vaciou.s levels of woik
Kinston cdnduc't diploma pro
l^ractlcal Nurse Certificate pro-
Li the indd oi nursing They are istwden.* giving
(li baccalauivatt' det^rfe pro- ri^'^ing care to selected patients
giams, (2i aseoeiate dec^ree pro-i * hospital irnder the cuper-
gra..;..s, (3i (I pioina pro’i ams and ^“ registered nurse, are
ill jirncfical nui.-.c certificatri ^
irograms. ’ ' students f'eF practical or voca-
j,tion nursing. Eligible for admis- :
(Iradual's of each of the first | sion are those^vith a grade’*iBe
three types ere eligilile to take j or above educatkm M* the aqui-
licensing e.s:aininalions admin- j valent. Thirty-three teclmical in-
iiteied by 'ihc .State Eloard of ! stHutes, comriiunity colleges and
N ursing and upon successful com- i boppltai ecross the 8t*te offer
night games with Furman, Rich
mond and Wofford.
Ttic Duke games will be car-
rh'd off the' Duke Sports Net
work. Tlie Davidson games will
be originated by WBT, with
Sport.s Editor Don Christopher
doing the play-by-play.
Marion also announced that
D;ividson ('oacli Homer Smith
will again liost his own 15-
.ninuto radio .sliow eacli Fridas
night on WBT. During the “Hom
er Smitti Show”. Coach Smith
pletioa of the e.xaminations be
come registered nurses (RJ<.g>.
Graduates of the fourth type
—p^pftctiea! -nurse ■certiftoate prm
grams--are eli|;ible for an exam-
.illation to pr&ictice as ' licensed
practical nurses (L.P.N.s).
Beginning salaries for regis
tered nurses in North Carolina
average between $300 and $3.50
'a .month. State hositals begin at
$375. Government hospitals be-
The names and location of all
of the nursing education pro
grams refemnl-to alKwe inay-toe-
obtained by writing to the State
Board of Nursing, Raleigh.
Women predominantly enroll
in the various programs but male
students are increasing in num
ber. At least 16 male nurses work
in North Carolina. In the nation
men comprise one per cent of the
gin at $180 Beginnirig salaries , registered nurses.
tor llPPn«^‘n nraplmai nurcoe ;
Nui-sing is an open profession |
for licensed practical nurses
range from $225 to $265 a imonth.
The basic differences among ■ at any level today.. “There is a
the four program.? of nursing I very acute shortage and this
education are their objective and I shortage is increasing,” according
scope. I to Ray E. Brown, director of
College B'lccalaureate degree; Duke University’s hospital ad-
programs are four years in | ministration (graduate program
length. Tile first two years con- and director of the 1964 special
sist largely of general education i survey of nursing education in
courses in the arts, sciences and i North Carolina spouored by the
humanities taken by all college j State Board of Higher Education
students. i the State Board ofEducation and
The general education courses ' the North Carolina Medical Care
provide a base for education in j Commission,
the nursing major. In addition I „ „ , . ...
to formal courses in nursing, the! ® s^tistician on the
curriculum includes clinical ex- | staff of the Board of Higher
perience in hospitals, public , *^*^*'^
health centers and other agencies. 1 ^7®® students were pre-
The baccalaureate programs fP®careers in
prepare students not only for ; North Carolina's <So nursing ^u-
bedside mu-sing but for sucli j programs. Lee further
position as a public health nurse i that twice that number of
and head nurse in hospitals, jt necessary in the
also lays tlie foundation neces- i if the schools are to pro-
•sai'y for graduate study in pre- j the nurses necKled in the
paiation for such particular areas "7
• ' XT 11 I va nr \e
COMPLETES COURSE — Army Pvt. Terry S. Stacy, whose wife.
Carolyn, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stacy, live on
Route 1 in Grover. N. C.. completed a light vehicle driver noui«e
ot Fort Jackson, S. C.. July 22. During the course, he was troined
in the operation and maintenance of military vehicles np to
and including the two and one-half ton truck. Instruction was
also given in the operation of the internal combustion engine
and chassis assembly. Stacy entered the Army in March 1966.
He is a 1959 graduate of Blacksburg (S. C.) High School, and
wos employed by the Gaffney Manufocturing Company, Gaff,
ney, S. C., before entering the Army.' (U. S. ARMY PHOTO).
Duke, Davidson ,
To Be Bioadcasf
CHARLOTTE — Tlic entire
Duke and Davidson fool bail
.schedules for 1966 will be. broad
cast by WBT AM-I'M, tstation
Managing Director P a 11 B.
Marion annoiuKft'd today,
The entire Duke scheai^e, 10 and Christopher will discu.ss the
game.s, plus three of the David- next day’s game and make some
son games, will be carrk^d by local, regional and national pro-
WBT-AM. All 9 of the Daw,ib.on dictions.
The Blub Devils have six ACC
'^?hc games to be simulcasi on f ames on schedule. pUis games
boU, AM-FM .hn-a DaviS.on
Mrs. Rush Davis in Winstjon- Coutb.ern Conference. Davidson
i Salem on Monday. Jerry CosCner fines Presbyterian. Leliigh and
I of Clierryville spent the wicek Wittenberg.
'with Mr. and Mrs. Davis. j.)
1 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Justice, Di- Gulls that appeal" white to the
lane and Wanda spent the week- c'sorvor are adults while those
1 ond with Re\'. and Mrs. Dotin ^ with generous portions of brown
Coffey and family. They stopped; are young ones
in Charlotte Sunday aftGrnoon.>i.i-—v-.-:-—
visit Mr. and Mrs. Gene McEti-7 University of Alaska is’ at
Yoeman and Mrs. Howard, sometime at Myrtle Beach, S. C.,
Blanton & cliildren of Pennsa-' this week.
cola, Fla., are spending ten days; The G.A.’s of David ' Baptist
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Gamble and Mr. and
Mrs. Wiley Blanton. Yoeman
Blanton will be stationed at
Charleston, S. C., after his leave.
Church spent from Wednesday |
through Friday at South Moun-1
tain Baptist Association. Mrs. L.j
V. Hoyle and the following G.
A.’s attended: Misses Jean Allen,
Elaine Spearman, Libby Fitch,
Debbie Bolin, Jean Stroupe and
Carolyn Fitch, Mr. and Mrs.
Glenn Spearman and Mr. and
I Mrs. Luther MeSwain, Jr., took
„ „ , .- X i them up Wednesday and went
Mr. A_ T. DeBruler is a patient j ^ack for them Friday.
^1. and Mrs. Price MeSwain
back injury he received some-, ‘^an
visited Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Mc-
Mrs. Dale Harmon and two
daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Lovelace and Mrs. Eugene Love
lace .spent Wednesday through
Friday at Carolina Beach.
Swain last Tuesday.
A.’s of David
is, indeed, an open
oi nursing as clinical specialists,
teachers of nursing, supeivisois
and administrators of nursing
Requirements for admission
t.o the "accalaureate programs
vary among the institutions. At ^gg rjcHARD B. ANDER
each college the requirements gQj,j (FHTNO July 22 — Sea-
tor nursing candidates are some- Apprentice Eddie D. Stew-
vvbat higher than those for stu-l.^^,^ 54^5. Mary J.
dents entering many other pro- ^ ste.vart of Ilk Center St., Kings
grams. I Mountain N. C., has returned
Seven colleges in North Oar- si.x-month deployment
olina now offer baccalaureate de-1 U g Seventh Fleet to
gree programs: Agricultural and Diego. Calif., aboard the
T< clinical College, Oreensboro; ejestroyer US3 Richard B. Ander-
Duke University, Durham; East
Carolina College, Greensville; : Destroyers are high - speed
i_:^noir Rhyne iColiege, Hickory;' primarily in antil-sub-
University of North Carolina at j marine warfare. They also oper-
Chapel Hill; University of North offensively against surface
Carolina at Charlotte and Wins-- defend against airborne
ton Salem State College. i attack", and provide gunfire sup-
Collcge Associate degree pro-1 pQ,-j. jqj. amphibious assaults. ,,
gra.T.s are two years in duration.,
They are basically technical in ;
nature and prepare candidates ■
primarily for bedside nursing. |
From the first month, students 1
spend time learning nuraing
through guided clinical experience j
primarily in hospitals, but the j
programs are centered in a col
Nine colleges have associate
degree nursing programs: Cen
tral Piedmont Community Col
lege, Charlotte; Chowan College,
Murfreesboro; Gardner - Webb
Junior College, Boiling Springs;
Rockingham Community College,
Wentworth (opens this fall);
Southeastern Community College,
Wliitoville (opens this fall);
Sandhills Community College.
Southern Pines (opens this fall);
University of North Carolina at
Greensboro; Western Piedmont
Community College, Morganton
(opens this fall) and Wilmington
Hospital Diplama programs
are three years in length and pre
pare candidates for bedside nur-
,sing. The primary focus of in
struction and related clinical ex-
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vess, Sr.,' „
and Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. Tom-' ® m.i at
my Champion and Kathy Love-iBapf®
lace went to Tweetsie ^Iroad'‘"f ZZ).. pS
Park Sunday afternoon. They'*'"'* Hoyle, Tommy Pat-
were celebrating Mrs. Champ- son, Jerry Lovelace, Dennis
ion’s 60th birthLy. ; Stroupe and David Bolin Mr.
^ ^ ,0 ! Lewis Crawford, their leader, and
Oak Grove Baptist Church Sun- Swofford accompanied
day School general officers andijj^^ jj
dept superintendents will have
an important meeting Thursday i ^r and Mrs. P. H. MeSwa n
night at 7:00 at the church. ; Sunday with Mrs. Walker,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dudley and ^'^‘^Swain in Bogar City, N. C. |
Delora are spending this week; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. MeSwain i
at Cartret, N. J., visiting frien^. two children spent the week 1
Mrs. John Seirtw of <Jastof»ia'j!^d at' Ridgecrest Baptist As-1
and Mrs. Rose Bell, Gina Pat-j ^’Ombly. ;
terson, Opal Bell and Vickie and' Mrs. Letha Spearman of Rock j
Steve Ware spent Monday with i Hill, S C., is spending this week;
Mrs. Sam BeU and Gail. ; with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Spear-1
Mrs. Sam Dudley joined Oak man. j
Grove Baptist Church for Bap-j Mr. and Mrs. Garmon Davis;
tismal recently. i accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Webster and i Costner and children of Cherry-
hoys, Mr. and Mrs. Menzell Phi- i ville to visit Mr. and Mrs. Deanj
fer and children, and Mr. and Coffey and family of Henderson, j
Mrs. Frank Ware are spending recently. They visited Mr. and
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Tho new looks behind every «
this school year! Miniature flor<
ols with old-time charm. Plaids,
favorite classics away. Deep*
ened solidtones handled in new
and exciting ways, with much
attention to buttons, tucks ond
fresh tiny collars. Full skirts, em
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her figure. Great color combbio.
tiorts, newsy fabric ideas iiKhid-
ing poor boy knits, corduroytl