Duke Hospital, InterCom
Dr. and Mrs. William P. J. Peete,
Surf^ery, a daujrhter, Marianna Jones,
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Kirkland,
-Jr., Urology, a dauohter, Anne Alex
ander, August 26.
Martha and Calvin Parrish, a
daughter, Denise Louise, August 26.
Martha is a nurse in the Blood Bank.
Mr. and Mrs. William Curtis Casey,
a daughter, Connie Sue, August 23.
Mrs. Casey is SPDC Insurance officer.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Keranen, a
daughter, Michele Renee. Mr. Ker
anen is a medical student and Mrs.
Keranen, a pathology secretary.
Michele is their fifth child.
Lynn Sowder, Dr. William Hud
son’s secretary, was married to James
Hillman, Jr., July 28 in North Wilkes-
boro, N. C.
On September 1, Ann Allison, Die
tetics, and Don Byrd were married
at Grey Stone Baptist Church. Don
will continue to work at Sears Roe
buck and Company in Durham where
he is Assistant Manager of the Ad
vertising Department. Ann will con
tinue working in Dietetics.
Mary Margaret Carroll (Peggy)
was married to Harry William Kel-
liam September 14 at Duke Memorial
Methodist Church. Peggy worked at
SPDC Registration De.sk during the
summer of 1961. Her mother is SPDC
Betty Ann Raper, daughter of Mrs.
Bess Raper and the late Mr. E. S.
Raper was married to Joseph Ij. Mc
Donald August .18 at Innnaculate
Conception Chur-ch. They are living
in Waldorf, Maryland.
Priscilla Leary, Cashier’s Office,
was married August 16 to Richard
Lopez of Camp Lejeune, X. C. They
are living at Camp Lejeune.
NEW FACES AND OLD
Welcome to Mrs. Virginia Draugh-
on. Compensation and Liability of
fice; Mrs. Mary Ruth Chambers,
SPDC Reception Desk; Linda Louise
Vise, a recent Watts graduate, SPDC
Nursing Service; Mrs. Doris P. Dean,
Cashier’s Office; and Mrs. Rose Mor
gan, our new Cashier.
We are sorry to say goodbye to
Nancy R. Carmichael and to Tom
("artwright. Tom is going to Duke
Mrs. Susie Hunt is the new (‘linical
audiologist in Surgery. Her Inisband,
Noel, is assistant resident in Medicine.
Susie received her Master’s in Audiol-
ogy from Vanderbilt Medical School
Division of Speech Pathology and
W’^elcome back to work after her
recent illness to Mrs. Theresa Pope,
Dr. Young’s secretary.
Our new employees an' Betty Hall,
a Lees-McRae graduate, working in
the Bye Division; Caren Letter, also
a Lees-McRae graduate, secretary to
Dr. Prank Clippinger; Mrs. Lenna
"Warren, in the Orthopaedic Division;
Nancy Lee Dunn, working with Mrs.
Hagan in the Surgical Resident’s Of
fice; and Mrs. Marilyn Woodson in
the Plastic Office.
Three dietitians have joined the
staff this fall.
Dorothy Tate, new Assistant Di
rector, received her B.S. and M.S.
in Institution Administration from
Pennsylvania State University and
served her dietetic internship at the
Medical College of Virginia. Follow
ing her internship she was employed
as therapeutic and teaching dietitian
at the Medical College, then as head
therapeutic dietitian at N. C. Memo
rial Hospital, Chapel Hill, and as re
search dietitian at the same institu
tion, the position she held before com
ing to Duke. She has served as presi
dent of the Durham-Cliapel Hill Die
tetic Association and is now president
elect of the N. C. Dietetic Association.
Mrs. Barry Tharp is Therapeutic
Dietitian of the Tray Unit. A grad
uate of Salve Regina College, Newport,
R. I., she served her dietetic intern
ship at New York Hospital and re
mained on the staff there a year. Her
husband is a medical intern at Duke.
Paula Morris will assume her duties
in the new research unit when it opens
this w'inter. Meantime she is serving
as an assistant in food production.
She completed her dietetic internshiy)
in the Medical Center August 151,1962.
Twelve dietetic interns began a
year’s studj^ at Duke on September 4.
Four are North Carolinians and the
others represent seven states in the
south and north central United States.
W^elcome to Gloria Holt, new office
clerk, who replaces Mrs. Oine Wells
who resigned. Welcome, too, to Mrs.
Irene Dunnagan, new supervisor in
main kitchen, and Mrs. Frances Ram
sey, supervisor in Patients’ Food
Welcome to these new members of
the upper staff': Alice L. McCrea,
M.S., Physicist in the Radiation
Therapy Division; Dr. Felix Pirclier,
Chairman of the Division of Isotopes;
Dr. M. Paul Capp, who took his train
ing at Duke, and has been appointed
Associate in Radiology.
The course in X-Ray Technology
began the first of September with the
following stiulents: Bill Brantley,
Katherine Ackerman, Glenda Ches
hire, Sandra Craven, Linda Higgins,
Marjory Hurtell, Diane Huston, Ann
Summers, and Ruby Williams. We are
very happy to have each of them and
hope they will enjoy and profit from
their two years with us.
Betsy Lloyd has gone to college in
Charlotte. W^e will miss her. Mrs.
Janet Webster is joining tlie depart
ment in her place.
The 1962-1963 Class in Physical
Therapy entered September 10, with
an enrollment of 12 students. Two
members of the class, Judith Allen of
Hyattsville, Md., and Leona Weston
of Garner, N. C., a Duke graduate, are
enrolled in the two year graduate pro
gram leading to a certificate in phys
ical therapy and a Master of Arts
degree. The other ten, Mary Jane
Algeo, Bucks Co., Pa.; Louise Cur-
rence, Marlinton, W. Va.; Belton
Dykes, Savannah, Ga.; Jesse Ho-
facket. Marathon, Texas, Avis Hull,
Middletown, Conn.; Patsy Lindsay,
Bedford, Va.; Hugh Moffatt, Decatur,
Ga.; Beth Rollin, Cleveland, Ohio;
Mary Susan Templeton, Memphis,