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MA GNIFICA T 



VILLA MARIA COLLEGE 

ERIE, PENNSTLVANIA 



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FOREWORD 



As she dominates the horizon on the shores of Lake 
Erie's blue waters, our Alma Mater is the symbol of the 
ideal of virtuous Christian womanhood which she has 
implanted in her daughters. Villa Maria College in 
1963, expanding even now on her new, modern campus 
to meet more effectively the needs of her students, has 
perfectly achieved the balance between old and new 
which is the essence of Christian living today. Like the 
Ecumenical Council which has convened during our 
senior year, our school has attempted to fit us to keep 
the eternal ideals of virtue, wisdom, and knowledge 
while living in the modern world. Villa Maria's tradi- 
tion has taught us to retain the best of the past while 
adding the finest of the present in preparation for a 
future in the arms of our patroness. 

Through her understanding, her guidance, and her 
dedication both educational and spiritual, our Alma 
Mater has equipped us for a world of international 
crises, nuclear war threats, and insidious Communist 
inroads. She has shown us that it is also a world of 
artistic beauty, of scientific and natural wonder, and of 
the joys of living if only we respond to them. Now her 
work with us is nearly finished. It is up to the Class of 
1963 to be ever humbly mindful of the challenge of 
God put to us through the voice of Villa Maria: "For 
this purpose have I raised thee: that I may show My 
power in thee and that My Name may be declared 
throughout all the earth." (Exodus 4:13) 



DEDICA riON 



"And the child advanced in wisdom and age and grace before God and man." Saint Luke penned these 
words in reference to a very particular child of a very particular family who walked together the sands of 
Galilee two thousand years ago. But they are also applicable to the members of Villa Maria College's 
1963 graduating class. We, too, are products of "holy families" with dedicated parents working diligently 
to secure for us the myriad opportunities and advantages inherent in a Catholic college education. They, 
like the shepherds of old, have "seen His star in the East" and have taught us by word and example to 
follow it. Now we approach our entrance into the world of adult responsibilities with an ever-increasing 
appreciation for what they have done for us -- and not a little amazement as to how they've managed. 

Years and years have gone by since Mom twined red ribbons through our pigtails, struggled over puck- 
ering pink chiffon for our first prom, and grimaced understandingly when we dazzled her with the amber 
glory of Joe's class ring and announced triumphantly that we were "going steady." Dad has to sweep 
away cobwebs torecall his chagrin at his first discovery of his daughter's womanly wiles as she wheedled 
a "simply divine" pair of red flats from his not-really-reluctant hands. He'd rather NOT remember his 
acute heartburn as his little girl displayed her prowess at manipulating the family car around hairpin 
curves or his sinking feeling at the accordion pleat she put in its fender. But it's all in a day's work for 
a parent, they'd both reflect with a great sigh. These events of growing up are gone forever now, but 
Mom and Dad will never lose them for they, like Mary, have "kept all these things in their hearts." 

Not too many years hence we'll be faced with the joys and problems of rearing our own families. 
We approach this prospect unafraid because we have only to reflect upon our childhood memories for a 
model. Self-sacrifice has been our parents' watchword, cheerful dedication their creed. Under their lov- 
ing guidance, we, even as the Child Jesus, have truly "advanced in wisdom, age, and grace." Only age 
comes of necessity. Wisdom and grace are the products of struggle. And so, it is with deep love, with 
gratitude unbounded, and with a fervent prayer that they may always be proud of us, that we, the Class 
of 1963, dedicate this issue of the MAGNIFICAT to you. Mom and Dad. 




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"We need some imaginative stimulus, some not possible ideal such as may 
shape vague hope, and transform it into effective desire, to carry us year 
after year, without disgust, through the routine work which is so large a part 
of life." 

-- Marius the Epicurean 

Under the direction of our esteemed administration and faculty, we the 
students of the 1963 graduating class have received a liberal education that 
has prepared us to be fine Catholic American women. 

Those who have directed us in our respective academic careers have in- 
deed given us stimuli in the form of drive -- drive to achieve to the fullest 
of our capacities. They have given us hope -- hope in the future and the 
discovery of new gems of knowledge that it may hold; faith too, -- faith in 
ourselves, in our fellow men, and in the very essence of life itself. And 
charity -- charity extending to all creatures created in his image. 

Then too, they have cultivated in us an appreciation of culture in the 
forms of music, literature, art and philosophy. Through their example, we 
have come to understand the real meaning of life. In this materialistic world 
they have shown us the worth-while things to strive toward. They have made 
us acutely aware of our womanhood and its place in the world today. We are 
better prepared to follow the dictates of our God, our country and our superi- 
ors because we have been shown by them the virtue of complete obedience. 

We are grateful to you, our administration and faculty for making us what 
we are today -- spiritually, academically, morally and socially mature. Be- 
cause of the steadfast inspiration of our faculty the words of that immortal 
teacher, Plato, so aptly apply: "Those having torches will pass them on to 
others." 



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Archbishop John Mark Gannon 
Bishop of Erie 



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Reverend Mother Aurelia 
President of Villa Maria College 



Sister Doloretta 
Dean of Villa Maria Collccc 



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EFFICIENCY 




SISTER M. VERENA, Librarian 
SISTER ELLEN FRANCIS, Assistant Librarian 



MRS. HOWELL 
Information 






SISTER M. ANGELICA 
Treasurer 




MRS. KEARNS 
Nursing Department Secretary 



COOPERA TION 



SISTER M. NEOMI 
Registrar 





SISTER M, ANN 
Guidance Director 



ORGANIZA TION 



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SISTER M. ANN, Ph.D. 
Sociology 




SISTER M. CHERUBIM. M.A. 
Modern Languages 





SALLY BUSECK. M.S. 
Nursing 



ANGELO ARDUINI, LL.B. 
Psychology 



THROUGH THE 
DOORWAYS 




JOAN LEE COUSINS, M.Ed. 
Home Economics 




JOSEPH CSIBY. M.A. 
Music 



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VINCENT DeLUCA. B.S. 
Mathematics 




OF LEARNING 



DOROTHY DOBRUSHIN. R.N.. D.Ed. 



Nursing 





SISTER EMMA THERESE. Ph.D. 
Latin 



BEATRICE EDWARDS. Pli.D. 
Chemistry 




PAUL DOBRUSHIN, M.Ed. 
Education 




MARY FROST, M.A. 
History 



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SISTER GRACE MARIE, M.S. 
Mathematics 





FRANCES GRZEJKA, M.S. N.ED. 
Nursing 




SISTER IRMA CLAIRE. M.S. 
Biology 




RUTH HAHN, B.S. 
Business Education 



THET LEAD 



US, 




ZOLTAN HEYA.M.A. 
Fine Arts 



SISTER JAMES FRANCIS, M.A. 
English 



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MILIVOJ KARCIC, D.Jur. 
German -- History 



GUIDING US 





MARGARET KRIDER, B.F.A 
Fine Arts 




MARY LOU MANCUSO. B.S. 
Chemistry 




REV. LOUIS LOREI, M.A. 
Theology 




SISTER M. LUCY, M.Ed. 
Education 



SISTER MARY ROSE, R.N.. B.S. 
Nursing 



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SISTER MARY YVO, M.A. 
Home Economics 





LENORA NELSON, B.S. 
Physical Education 




SISTER RAYMOND MARIE, M.S. 
Biology 




SISTER M. NEOMI, M.A. 
Business Education 



TOWARD 




VIENNA PRIOI.ETTI, M.M. 
Music 



SISTER M. ROMAINE. M.A. 
English 



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JULIAN SHINOL. M.A. 
Education 



OUR GOALS 





JOHN P. SUSKO, Ph.D. 
Economics 




SISTER M. WILHELMINA. M.S.S.W. 
Sociology 




SISTER M. TERESINA, M.A. 
Theology -- Philosophy 




GRACE WIARD. M.S.N. Ed. 
Nursing 



REV. NORBERT WOLF. M.A. 
Theology 



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Sr. Angelica and Sr. Rosaria 
in the book store. 




Mr. and Mrs. Dobrushin 
and Mr. DeLuca "on 
stage." 




Sr. Lucy 



Mrs. McGoey, Mrs. Krider, 
Miss Grzejka, Miss Wiard 
in the dining hall. 



Mrs. Dobrushin, Miss Wiard, Miss 
Buseck, Miss Snellman, Miss 
Grzejka at Nurses Banquet. 



Miss Prioletti, Mr. Csiby and Mother 
Aurelia after a concert. 




MT SOUL DOTH 

MAGNIFY 

THE LORD, 

AND MT SPIRIT HA TH 

REJOICED IN 

GOD, MT SAVIOUR 




SISTER M. CLEMENZA, Ph. D. 



The 1963 "Magnificat" regards it a singular privilege the opportunity to honor 
Sister Clemenza, chairman of the English Department, who this year will observe 
her Golden Jubilee in the Sisters of Saint Joseph. The greater share of this time has 
been devoted to Villa Maria College. And truly has the Lord been magnified 
through her understanding guidance, generous assistance, enduring interest, prayerful 
encouragement and total dedication. 

It is with sincere gratitude that we pay uibute to a real educator, a true friend, 
and a devoted Sister, 





MARY ANN BARTHOLOMEW 

Sharon, Pennsylvania 
B.S,, Elementary Education 

Infectious grin . . . perpetual motion . . . 
classroom career . . . devil-may-care, but 
dependable . . . '"Tis beauty truly bent." 



JEANNE L. BATES 

Meadville, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Home Economics 

Powerful pixie . , . journalistic bent . . 
hustling home-ecer ... a laugh-riot . 
"The reason firm, the temperate will . 
endurance, foresight, strength and skill. 




MARY CAROLE BENDER 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Pert and pixie-ish . . , rosy cheeks and 
misty eyes , . , charming manner . . . "Is 
life worth loving? That depends upon the 
liver." 



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MARY BLILEY 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Nursing 

Poised . . . quick, kind wit . . . slender . 
her outlook is part of her virtue . . . "We 
need the comrade heart that understands, 
and the warmth, the living warmth of 
human hands." 




PATRICIA BROGDON 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Biology 

Optimistic, happy-go-lucky med-tech . . 
vivacious vampire . . . back to Jack . . . 
"God, from a beautiful necessitv, is love. 



JANE ANN BRUGGER 

Erie, Pennsylvania 
B.S., Home Economics 

Student Council president . . . capable and 
efficient exec. . . . cooking demonstrator 
for Penelec . , . Villa's ardent champion 
. . "A perfect woman, nobly planned." 





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NORMA CARPIN 

Weedville, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Sunshine smile and sparkling eyes . . . 
bound and determined . , . short and dainty 
. . . lover of life . . . "Fred's Future . . . 
"A smile costs nothing, but gives much." 



SUSAN CASHMAN 

St. Marys, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Talented cadet , . . bubbling and blithe 
. . , sleepy winter mornings . . . "Good for 
everything." 



MRS. GILLY COGSWELL 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Nursing 

A nurse who warms the heart with her 
smile and kindness ... a v.'izz-bang at the 
"three -point cross" . . . "Those who bring 
sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep 
it from themselves." 





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GEORGIA CONWAY 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.A., English 

Pilot of the Class of '63 . . . exceptionally 
clever, cleverly exceptional . . . Keats fan 
. . . pointed wit . . . Paul's pride and June 
bride . . . "Love is the jewel that wins the 
world." 



PATFaCIA MARIE COYNE 
Oil City, Pennsylvania 
B.S., Home Economics 

Tiny and fair ... a knack for crossing those 
big blue eyes . . . Our own "Yellow Rose 
from Texas" . . . never awake before 2:00 
p.m. . . . "In the spring a young man's 
fancy ..." 



JUDY CRAKER 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Wizardry at scheduling . . . blonde beauty 
. . . tailored tastes . . . "And many the 
hermit, sighed -- till woman smiled." 




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KAREN CUTRI 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Sociology 

Sleek, suave, and sophisticated . . . the 
carriage of a queen . , . civic -mindedness 
. , . "What is lovely never dies, but passes 
into other loveliness," 



PATRICIA DEFAZIO 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Class booster . . . barrels of fun . . . wavy 
black tresses . . , "The Eternal Feminine 
leads us upward." 




DIANE M. DEMULING 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Chemistry 

A demitasse Carol Burnett . , . quick of 
wit, smile, and test tube , . , Dean's list, 
Dan's list . . . "To know her is to love her. 



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SUSAN E. DEWEY 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

An apple to the teacher . . . sweetly per- 
sistent . . . persistently sweet . . . "Shalt 
show us how divine a thing a woman may 
be made." 




JANICE DONIKOWSKI 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B,S., Elementary Education 

The sparkle of diamonds . . . wedding 
plans . . . sunny smiles on cloudy days 
"Friendship's the image of eternity." 



JANE ANN DUFFIELD 

Warren, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Business Education 

Demure, dainty and delightful , . . plaid 
mad . . . magnetic personality . . . soft- 
spoken school leader . . . tyke in a sprite 
. . . "The grass stoops not, she treads on it 
so light." 





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SANDE MARE-THERESE EBERL 

Ridgway, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Tall and stately . , . ready, willing, and 
able . . . school-marm talents . . . "Earth's 
noblest thing, a woman perfected." 



MRS. SHIRLEY EBNER 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Nursing 

Nurse, wife and the mother of two ... a 
personality that rings of love . . . diligence 
that produces results . . . "Nothing is im- 
possible to a willing heart." 



MARY EHRENSBERGER 

St. Marys, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Sincere and loyal . , . cadet classic . . . 
always happy , . . snappy seamstress , . . 
sweet and reserved . . . "Many daughters 
have done virtuously, but thou cxcellcst 
them all," 





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DOROTHY EICHMILLER 

St. Marys, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Biology 

A Med -Tech , . . beauty and brains . . 
50,000 mad bacteria, and I thought we 
were alone . . . scintillating sarcasm . 
"She was good as she was fair." 



MRS. RHEA FERNANDES 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Heart of a wonderful family . . . contagious 
smile . . . boundless energy . . . red hair 
and expressive eyes . . . "Her face is like 
the milky way in the sky; A meeting of 
gentle lights without name." 



JUDE FLAHERTY 

Sharon, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Sparkling vitality and good will . . . our 
own All -American girl . . . football fan 
. . . "The social, friendly, honest man, 
'Tis he fulfils great Nature's plan." 




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MARGARET ELIZABETH FRANKHOUSER 

Curwensville, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Nursing 

Bertha Krause . . . willowy, honey blonde 
. . . artistic , . . letters from D.C, . . . dry 
wit . . . "This is my creed: To do some 
good." 



DOLORES A. GENOVA 

Roslyn Heights, L.I., New York 

B.S., Biology 

Long and lean New Yorker . . . scientifi- 
cally inclined . . . gifted with intellect . . . 
music -- magic to her ears . . . common 
sense, uncommon ideas ... "I have slipped 
the surly bonds of earth." 




CATHERINE GIDOS 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S. Nursing 

State S.N.A.P. Treasurer . . . Vivacious 
. . . unmistakable individuality . . . memo- 
ries of Phila. and Boston . . . "Nothing great 
was ever achieved without enthusiasm." 



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SUSAN GIESLER 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Memo to Jerry . . . strawberry blonde . . . 
fifth -grade frenzy . . . "Friendship above 
all ties does bind the heart." 




ALICE ELIZABETH GREALY 

Briarcliff Manor, New York 

B.S., Home Economics 

Sodality prefect par excellence . . . spon- 
taneous fun . . . bright and starry-eyed . , 
passion for fashion . . . weekends at Bona ■ 
venture . . . "There is in you all that we 
believe of heaven." 



BARBARA J. GROVE 

Camp Hill, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Nursing 

Friendly and sweet , . . our own Mary 
Martin , . . "Pillow -talk" . . . "Small 
Fry" . , . will long remember Phila. . 
"A friend is born not made." 





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MARJORIE HABERSACK 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S, Nursing 

Helper to the healer . . . fair eyes . , . 
perfectionist , . . dedicated . . . "Of all 
the virtues that heaven has to give -- may 
it be with understanding that we live." 



BERNICE HAFEY 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

A touch of the exotic . . . the long hot 
summer down south , . . brunette bounty 
. . , "How near to good is what is fair." 



MARY HAFEY 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Water sprite . . . theatrical talent , . . love 
for children . . . the conquest of Lake Erie 
. . . "Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and 
low --an excellent thing in a woman." 





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CAROLYN HAMMER 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Quiet and reserved . . . intellectually en- 
dowed . . . future in the classroom . . . 
"Life is the rose's hope while yet unblown. 



JO ANN M. HAYS 

Linesville, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Social Studies 

Co-editor of our yearbook . . . always ready 
for a good time . . . the spark of insight 
. . . "Little deeds of kindness, little words 
of love, help to make earth happy like the 
heaven above." 



JUDY HEALEY 

Bradford, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Sodality spark . . . sweet and lovely . . . 
dark and demure . . . the apple of John's 
eye . . . "Heard melodies are sweet, but 
those unheard are sweeter." 




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MARY ANN HERZING 

St. Marys, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Warm and cheerful'. . . loves to talk . . . 
definite ideas . . . always in the mood for 
a good time . . . "It's great to be alive, 
and be a part of all that's going on." 



CAROLYN HEUER 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Nursing 

A gracious miss ... a leader . . . Penn 
State weekends . . . "But as fair, she 
takes the breath of men away who gaze 
upon her unaware." 




NANCY HINDS 

Oil City, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

A.I.E.E. Sweetheart . . . musical mist . . 
Dresden doll features ... a cadet of the 
"intelligentsia" . . . "Vital spark of 
heavenly flame." 



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MARY ANN HORNUNG 

Corsica, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Nursing 

St. Catherine's Award -- most likely to 
succeed . . . sugar 'n spice 'n everything 
nice . . . seriously happy . . . heart of gold 
. . . "When she had passed, it seemed like 
the ceasing of exquisite music." 




ALEXANDRA HORTON 
Erie, Pennsylvania 
B.S., Nursing 

Sweet sophistication . . . Tactfully frank 
... a way with words . . . "The blood of 
beauty, wealth, and power -- the heart 
blood of a Queen." 



ELIZABETH JANET HYNES 
Brooklyn, New York 
B.S., Home Economics 

Wry wit . . . charm that disarms . . . spouts 
pure "Brooklynese" ... a diamond as big 
as the Ritz . . . "There's nothing worth the 
wear of winning but laughter and the love 
of friends." 





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Jl'DY JETTER 

Oil City, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Attractive and poised . . . delights to the 
sound of music . . . peaches and cream 
complexion . . . lilting laughter ...",. 
a most beautiful lady, light of step and 
heart is she." 



PATRICIA KEFURT 
Masury, Ohio 
B.S., Nursing 

Deep beauty . . . one to go to . . . a part 
of all that she has met ... "To those who 
know thee not, no words can paint. And 
those who know thee, know all words are 
faint!" 



ELAINE KUBEJA 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Friendly as a fireplace . . . water wizard 
. . . always in love with love . . , "Plain 
and holy innocence." 





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ANN MARIE ELIZABETH KL'LAS 

Rochester, New York 

B.S., Home Economics 

Golden girl . . . ultra expressive eyes . . 
sleepytime gal ... a seamstress supreme 
... "Fair as a star when only one is 
shining in the sky." 



SUSAN LEITZINGER 
Clearfield, Pennsylvania 
B.S., Home Economics 

Unofficial underwater swimming title 
. . . official barrel of fun . . . generosity 
unlimited . . . the coiffure problem . . . 
tailoring talents . . "To laugh is proper 
to the man." 



GRETA LINDQUIST 

Lawrence Park, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Home Economics 

Platinum blonde . . . serious and responsi- 
ble . . . calmness and caution ... "A 
daughter of the gods, divinely tall and 
most divinely fair." 




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DOROTHY LUKIEVVSKI 
Erie, Pennsylvania 
B.S., Nursing 

A real leader of the graduate nurses . . . 
fashion wise . . . "Let's go for coffee." 
. . . lover of music . . . "She's swift, bright 
and charming." 



MARY ANN M ALLOY 

Clearfield, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Irish colleen . . . raven haired riot . . . 
chirpy cheerleader . . . "When Irish eyes 
are smiling ..." 




EVELYN M.MATHEWSON 

Sharpsville, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Brilliantly bouncy . . . subtle and soft- 
spoken . . . classroom career . . . "She 
dwelt among the untrodden ways." 



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REBECCA J. MAYES 

Osceola Mills, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Our own Buddy Hackett . . . witty, willing, 
and stable . . . how to succeed in college 
without really trying . . . "Laughing in the 
sun." 




K ATHLEEN M cM AHON 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Nursing 

Sparkling laughter . . . blue eye shadow 
. . . reserved . . . "Sure a little bit o' 
heaven! The word for her is Joy, just 
simple joy." 



RUTH S. MEHL 

Sharpsville, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Nursing 

Sincere . . . always prepared . . . "Car 
54 — Where are you?" . . . great on 
skates . . . the middle of the stew . . . 
"Her \-Jise, rare smile is sweet with cer- 
tainties." 





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PATRICIA MEYERS 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Athletically accomplished . . . effervescent 
El-Ed . . . classic composure . . . "She has 
no sorrow in her song." 



CARL A MILLER 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Biology 

Smilingest smile, helpingest hand . . . 
lavender and old lace . . . leader of the 
Junior fleet . . . rabble-rouser, gay 
carouser . . . "To win that wonder of the 
world, a smile from her bright eyes." 




RUTH MILLER 

St. Marys, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

By absentee ballot . . . classroom commuter 
. . . plain and fancy ... "A girl so fine 
that nothing lives twixt her and silence." 




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SHIRLEY MITCHELL 

Saegertown, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Home Economics 

Fresh-air taxicab service . . . eager and 
energetic aid-de-camp . . . career in home 
economics . . . "Her eyes are homes of 
silent prayer." 



DOROTHY MODZELEVVSKI 

Erie, Pennsylvania 
B.S., Business Education 

Keeper of the class purse strings . . . "Mike 
brought me" . . . serene and poised . . . 
"The kingdom of heaven is of the child- 
like, of those who are easy to please, who 
love and give pleasure." 



ROSEMARY P. MORRIS 

Rosedale, New York 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Pioneer president of Dorm Council . . . 
dreams of Dave . . . continental honey- 
moon on the horizon . . . "Non but herself 
could be her parallel." 




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DOROTHY ANN MOSEBARGER 

Johnsonburg, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Home Economics 



GRACE ANN MURANO 

Clarendon, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 



Home Ec. Club president . . . perfect pre- 
cision . . . finely chiseled beauty . . . "All 
things else about her drawn from May- 
time and the cheerful dawn." 



Greatness in lateness . . . Yearbook Shy- 
lock . . . demure and dark-eyed . . . "Life 
is a dome of many-colored glass." 




PATRICIA ANN NARDUCCI 

Erie, Pennsylvania 
B.S., Elementary Education 

The Latin look . . . cosmopolitan flair 
. . . stunning simplicity . . . "And all the 
sweet serenity of books." 



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ELEANOR NASCA 

Clearfield, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Loves to laugh and sing . . . smiling 
sentinel of scholars . . . takes your breath 
away . . . "Filled with mirth and drowsy 
ear of night." 




ANNA MARY NELSON 
Sharpsville, Pennsylvania 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Quietly riotous ... a dillar, a dollar, a 
sleepy-eyed scholar . . . diamonds and 
dreams . . . "Gather ye rosebuds while ye 
may." 



NELLEM. NICOLLS 

Sharon, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Nursing 

Understanding . . . petite 'n sweet . . . 
"Hey you guys, wait for me!" . . . quite a 
finagler . . . "abba dabba do!" . . . 
"Happiness seems made to be shared." 





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MARIANNE THERESA NOVAK 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Campus fashion plate . . . sophistication 
and swank . . . "Telephone for Marianne" 
... "A thing of beauty is a joy forever." 



MRS, ELIZABETH NOVICKI 

Erie, Pennsylvania 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Deep enjoyment of life . . . striking fea- 
tures . . . warm and friendly . . . "Because 
of you, we will be glad and gay." 



JUDITH ANN PAGE 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B,S., Elementary Education 

Fun and frolic . . . carefree cadet . . . 
silver smile and heart of gold . . . "Do 
bold things in a quiet way." 





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MARY SUE PASCARELLA 

Bradford, Pennsylvania 

B.A., French 

N.F.C.C.S. Senior Delegate . . . ebony eyes 
. . . parlez-vous? . . . diligent dedication 
. . . grad school ahead . . . "The weak have 
remedies, the wise have joys." 



JOYCE E. PFEUFER 

St. Marys, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Chemistry 

Co-editor of our yearbook . . . Senior Stu- 
dent Council intermediary . . . serious- 
minded . . . genial jokester . . . "Joe's 
Jewel " . . . " And heaven such grace did 
lend her that she must admired be." 



MARY ELAINE PRAWDZIK 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Chemistry 

One-fifth of Chemistry's formidable five 
. . . the wearin' of the green . . . comes 
the Don ... "I never think of the future. 
It comes soon enough." 




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PATRICIA RAID 
Erie, Pennsylvania 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Determined . . . flaming redhead . . . fast 
fingers on the keyboard ... a deep-toned 
voice . . . "If the world's a vale of tears, 
smile, till rainbows span it." 



THERESE RICHARDS 

Ashtabula, Ohio 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Knows well the ways of friendship . . . Jay's 
Joy ... a patient teacher . . . speech de- 
lightful to hear . . . "The way to be happy 
is to make others so." 




MARY ANNE RYAN 

Baltimore, Maryland 

B.S,, Home Economics 

Baltimore's loan to V.M.C. ... a shock of 
grey hair . . . tiny and terse . . . "Ideals are 
like stars; you will not succeed in touching 
them with your hands." 



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BARBARA SCHAl^^ER 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Chemistry 

The Intellectual's Intellectual . . . friend- 
ship warm and true . . . delving deep into 
the study of Roman orgies . . . "The days 
that make us happy make us wise." 




MARLENE SCHELL 

Sharon, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Feminine and fancy free . . . fluttering 
eyelashes . . . softspoken and clothes con- 
scious . . . Rose of Sharon . . . "She was a 
phantom of delight. ' 



SUZANNE SCHIMPELER 

Pewee Valley, Kentucky 

B.S., Nursing 

Our school nurse . . . patroness of the arts 
... a Southerner forever ... an accom- 
plished equestrienne . . . med students and 
interns . . . "Enough work to do, and 
strength enough to do it." 





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RONETTE ANN SCHNEIDER 

Erie, Pennsylvania 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Cherchez la femme . . . trips to Cleveland 
before finals . . . mysteriously magnetic 
... "Is this the face that launched a 
thousand ships?" 



KATHLEEN SHORT 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Dedicated to the classroom . . . might in 
reserve ... a friendly nod and a cheerful 
word . . . "Heaven gives us friends to bless 
the present scene." 



KATHLEEN STEVENS 
Erie, Pennsylvania 
B.S., Nursing 

Music lover , . . Kingston Trio fan . . . 
keen mind . . . full of fun . . . "An un- 
extinguishable laughter shakes tlie sky." 





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MRS. FLORENCE SUSi 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Friendly disposition . . . punctuality per- 
sonified . . . combined careers . . . does 
everything well ... "In her tongue is the 
law of kindness." 



ELIZABETH JANE TIMMONS 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Home Economics 

Longing to get away from it all . . . the 
sidewalks of New York . . . command of 
the sewing machine . . . "of cheerful 
yesterdays and confident tomorrows." 



PATRICIA WARD 

Bradford, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Delightfully demure . . . fond of popcorn 
and pearls . . . roses a must . . . worlds to 
travel ... "A friend is a person with whom 
I may be sincere." 




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CAROL JEANNE WARGO 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Chemistry 

Wide-eyed and winsome . . . the eternal 
optimist and then some . . . bent over 
backwards . . . Don's darling . . . "Thought- 
less of beauty, she was Beauty's self." 



MARGARET A. WATCHORN 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Business Education 

Philadelphia fireball . . . hidden persuader 
. . . class scribe . . . perky and precious 
. , , ever up to her ears in work ... "A 
happy soul, that all the way to heaven hath 
a summer's day." 




MARY ANNE WEINER 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S. , Nursing 

Outstanding nurse ... a slender beauty 
"Speedy Gonzales" . . . grace in every 
move . . . "Whatever is worth doing is 
worth doing well." 



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LINDA WHITE 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Nursing 

High ideals . . . Carlisle and Joe's . . . 
smartly dressed . . . one who knows the art 
of listening . . . "She met a stranger -- 
there she left a friend. " 




MRS. NANCY WILLIAMS 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Nursing 

Long time acquaintance of the X'illa . . . 
"I'll call a cab" ... a friendly smile for 
everyone . . . two-time graduate ... "A 
faithful friend is a strong defense." 



HENRIETTA WITKOWSKI 

Glassport, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Home Economics 

Blonde and bouffant . . . sugar-sweet . . . 
in her Alice-blue gown . . . welcome as 
sunshine . . . "Not what we said, but v\rhat 
we are." 





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DOROTHY F. YACKANICH 
Brownsville, Pennsylvania 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Sweetness and serenity . , . rosy -cheeked 
elementary teacher . . . devoted C.C.D. 
commandante . . . "And all that's best of 
dark and bright meet in her aspect and her 
eyes." 



We have lived and loved together 
Through many changing years; 

We have shared each other's gladness 
And wept each other's tears. 
-- Charles Jefferys 



SENIOR 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 




L. to R. , Margaret Watchorn, Secretary, Joyce Pfetffer, Student Coun- 
cil Representative, Georgia Conway, President, Sister Julia Marie, 
Class Advisor, Carol Wargo, Vice-President, Dorothy Modzelewski, 
Treasurer. 



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CLASS 

OFFICERS 



L. to R. , Beth Vogel, Secretary, Mary Mc- 
Gee, Vice-President - Mary Schneider, 
Treasurer, Miss VViard, Class Advisor, Mary 
Brugger, Student Council Representative, 
Rita McNelis, President. 



L. to R., SEATED: M. Schneider, D. Bennett, M. Kerins. 
ROW 1: C. Rutt, A. Comerford, C. Jones, M. Perry, 
M. E. DiSalvo. 




L. to R., SEATED: E, Borst, M. Young, P. Murray, F, Lanks, B. Vogel, M. K. Soisson. ROW 
1: N. Schroeck, J. Gibbons, J. Maitland, M. Wolf, M. Zimmer, C. Anderson. ROW 2: M. 
McNamara, K. O'Connell, K. Whitford, D. Dollinger, M. A. Stauffer, A. Mason, D. Bar- 
rett. 




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L. to R., SEATED: J. Kozar, N. Griffith, A. DeCarolis, J. Prusko, C. Fialkowski, M. Tenon. 
ROW 1: A. Knotek, B. DeTemple, L. Traynor, M. Buel, Judy Grata, June Grata, M. Brug- 
ger. ROW 2: J. Kreikle, J. Gilbert, K. Klase, M. Weyand, P, Carrig, K. Coronato. 



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L. to R., SEATED: M. Costa, R. McNelis, M. Kraus, S. Straub, M. Cavanagh, P. Szkoda. 
ROW 1: K. Savoldy, J. Manno, C. Allen, J. Buttice, M. E. Keogh, E. Ryan, A. Pirrello. ROW 
2: A. Stacey, M. Conlin, J. Madison, J. O'Brien, J. Fischer, N. Madlehner. 



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SOPHOMORE 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 



L. to R., Joyce Spring, Student Council Representative, Mary Ann 
Meals, President, Monica Maroney, Treasurer, Miss Prioletti, 
Class Advisor, Sandra Sabino, Vice-President, Catherine Shan- 
non, Secretary. 




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L. to R., SEATED: L. Corritore, J. Spring, C. Walsh, L. Gillick, S. Jedrzak, ROW 1: C. 
Zaino, J. Keevey, P. Shioleno, M. Salvatore, M. F. Marino. ROW 2: M. Burghart, M. 
Mackowski, C. Shannon, B. Genova, G. Castilow, C. Zoebisch. 



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L. to R. , SEATED: A. McMahon, T. M. Strobel, A. M. Schreiber, B. Blumenberg, M. 
Calior. ROW 1: M. Rich. M. Maroney, J. Kern, H. Gormley, M. B. Sullivan, J. Stevens, E. 
Langowski. ROW 2:M. Blessinger, M. Elder, M. Tillman, J. Thallman, J. Schiller, K. 
Abata. 



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L. to R., SEATED: S, Goss, J. Fenstemaker, M. Prenatt, K. Bernardo, B. Holley. ROW 1: L. 
Gustafson, S. Konnerth, J. Esser, R. Loneck, A. McElhany, M. Accardi, C. Guilfoyle, P. 
Wishnok, B. Gregus. ROW 2: M. A. Meals, S. Kaliscewski, E. Cornell, A. Guelcher, M. K. 
Donaldson, P. Donatucci. 



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FRESHMAN 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 



L. to R., Sister James Francis, 
Ruth Damico, Student Coun- 
cil Representative, Susan 
Palmisano, Treasurer, Maren 
Schmidt, President, Jeanne 
Zentis, Secretary, Marlene 
Krug, Vice-President. 




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L. to R., SEATED: E. Schmitt, S. Muczynske, M. T. Ebratt, L. Bachmaier, R. Ward, N. 
Diefenbach, L. Wolf, 8. Dale. ROW 1: E. Traynor, J. Adler, M. McManus, A. M. Berna- 
dowicz, M. Rubino, J. Zentis, C. Leplowski. ROW 2: C. Schmitt, J. Tyson, J. M. Cuck- 
lurn, S. Rieger. M. Krug, C, Roberts, D, Hill, S. Wurst, P. Walat. ROW 3: K. Freeburg, J. 
Gardner, R, Damico, P, McKeta, A. Adinolfi, M. Shoemaker, R. Millonzi, K. Decker, E. 
Fadden. 



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L. to R., SEATED: D, Matsko, G. Fitzgerald, S. McClain, K. Pontzer, M. A. Wolf, P. Smo- 
linshy. ROW 1: J. Ceci, E. Kossick, J. Thomas, J. Williams, D, Chaffee, C. Nedresky, S. 
Nuzzo, E. Haller. ROW 2: K. Kintz, R. Travaglione, J. Curry, L. Fetzner, R. Blum, S. 
Stanton, N. Komosa, D. Hartman, B. Zondle. 



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L. to R., SEATED: A. M. McNamare, E. DiNunzio, A. Cook, P. Kowacki, J. Schroeck, P. 
Daisley. ROW 1: C. Gossett, S. Palmisano, R. Malone, K. Curran, K. Nelson, P. Russell, D. 
Knipfing. ROW 2: J. Magovern, L. Gibbons, R. Mabie, P. Dillon, J. Sweitzer, C. Gryczka, 
R. Regiel, E. Kruszewski. 



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A. Dorris takes a hand at teaching fellow class- 
mates, 1. to r., J, Grata, P. Szkoda, M. Brug- 
ger, M. Timmons, and E. Tanner a lesson in 
History. 



Eager students J. Bates and G. Castilow are 
early-morning occupants of the Library. 




G. Castilow and J. Bates take a minute to catch up 
on current events in the Library. 




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"Our future scientists! ! !" 1. to r., D. Demu- 
ling, C. Wargo, J. Pfeufer, and D. Genova. 



Mr. Dobrushin introduces Principles of Educa- 
tion to our future teachers. 



Sr. Constance shows us one of many items 
available in the Book Store. 





iACriVITIES 




THE MEETING WILL 
PLEASE COME 



TO ORDER . . 



STUDENT 
COUNCIL 




OFFICERS 



L. to R., Roslyn Millonzi, Treasurer, 
Karen Abata, Secretary, Sister James 
Francis, Advisor, Mary Ellen Keogh, 
Vice-President, Jane Brugger, Presi- 
dent. 



L. to R. , SEATED: J. Grata, G. Conway. J. 
Spring, M, A. Meals, M. Brugger, R. Mc- 
Nelis, M. E. Keogh. ROW 1: Sister James 
Francis, R. Millonzi, K. Coronato, K. 
Abata, J. Pfeufer, M. Krug, R. Damico, J. 
Brugger. 



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OUR 

LADrS 

SODALITY 



L. to R., SEATED: J. Kozar. C. Walsh, N. Ni- 
coUs. ROW 1: M. Watchorn, P. Coyne, J. Duf- 
field, D. Knipfing. ROW 2: D. Mosebarger, P. 
Wishnok, B. HoUey, J. Pfeufer, E. Kossick. 




L. to R. , SEATED, C. Gossett, F. Lanks, M. Perry. 
ROW 1: A. Grealy, Prefect, J. Fischer, Vice- 
Prefect, J. Williams, Treasurer, T. Richards. ROW 
2: M. Tenon, A. McMahon, Secretary, J. Prusko, 
C. Paulus, M. Krug. 




SOCIOLOGY 
CLUB 



L. to R., SEATED: P. Murray, President, J. Esser, J. Prusko. ROW 1: 
R. McNelis, N. Diefenbach, J. Manno, D. Knipfing, J. Grata, Secre- 
tary. ROW 2: M. McKamara, D. Bennett, J. Fischer, F. Lanks, M. 
Tenon, Treasurer. 



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NURSES' 
CLUB 




I. to R., SEATED: J. Schroeck, P. Daisley, P. 
Kownacki, S. McClain, A. M. McNamara, A. 
Cook. ROW 1: J. Kern, J. Keevey, M. B. Sulli- 
van, Secretary, J. Ceci, M. Elder, S. Wurst, S. 
Dale, M. Rich, B. Blumenberg. ROW 3: J. 
Sweitzer, A. McMahon, C, Gryczka, C. Shan- 
non, J. Magovern, J. A. Thalman, G. Castilow, 
A. Polaski, J. Thomas, Treasurer. 



L, to R., SEATED: K. Abata, N. Nicolls, C. Heuer. 
ROW 1: A. Stacey, K. McMahon, M. Schneider, R. 
Mehl, President, S. Straub, M. Costa, Vice- 
President, J. Grata. ROW 2: M. Frankhouser, L. 
White, B. Carroll, J. Restifo, C. Kowaleski, M. 
Kraus, K. Coronato, M. Habersack. ROW 3: A. 
Mason, M. A. Hornung, P. Kefurt, K. Stephens, R. 
Kraus, M. A. Weiner, M. Bliley, C. Fialkowski, M. 
Weyand. 



FRENCH 
CLUB 



L. to R., SEATED: M. Young, Vice-President, 
N. Madlehner, President, C. Paulus. ROW 1: L. 
Justin, K. Whitford, K. Clifford, M, Tenon, 
Secretary, P. Russell, J. Kreikle, Treasurer, R. 
Ward. 




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BIOLOGY 
CLUB 




L. to R. SEATED: N. Griffith, President, E. Cornell, Secretary. ROW 1; 
E. Ryan, D. Genova, A. Guelcher, A. Pirrello. 




L. to R., SEATED: M. Hau, D. Bennett, M. 
Ryan, P. Coyne, A. M. Kulas, J, Kozar. ROW 1; 
Miss Cousins, E. Timmons, D. Mosebarger, 
President, F. Lanks, Sister Mary Yvo, Advisor, 
G. Lindquist, S. Leitzinger, B. J. Hvnes, J. 
Bates, A. Grealy. 



HOME 

ECONOMICS 

CLUB 



L. to R., SEATED: H. Tsang, E. Traynor, B. Vogel, Vice-President, 
B. Holley, R. Travaglione, J. Tyson. ROW 1: M. K. Soisson. J. Prus'ko, 
M. Prenatt, Secretary -Treasurer. M. Cavanagh, C. Anderson, M 
Brugger. 



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L. to R., SEATED: B. Salter, R. Schneider, C. 
Gossett, C. Anderson, M. Salvatore, Treasurer, 
P. Smolinsky, J. O'Brien, C. Rutt, M. E. Di- 
Salvo. ROW 1: B. Hallas, E. Nasca, P. Petricini, 
C. Bender, M. E. Keogh, M. Accardi, P. Shio- 
leno, A. DeCarolis, E. Borst, B. De Temple. 
ROW 2: E. Kubeja, S. Cashman, P. McKeta, J. 
Urey, M. Maroney, B. Genova, M. Tillman, N. 
Komosa, C. Zoebisch, K. Whitford, J. Gilbert, 



MA THE MA TICS 
CLUB 



STUDENT 
P.S.E.A. 



L. to R., KNEELING: M. Ruth, P. DeFazio, M. McMahon, J. 
Craker, S. Liotta. SEATED: R. Morris, J. Duffield, M. Watch- 
horn, D. Mosebarger, B. Vogel, J. Gibbons, President, J. 
Flaherty, S. Dewey, E. Friedl. ROW 1: M. Rubino, C. Anelli. 
M. Wolf, M. Timmons, J. Buttice, M. J. Nedresky, M. Goss- 
man, M. Perry, M. Malloy, R. Mayes, Secretary, P, Dob- 
rushin. Advisor. ROW 2: C. Hammer, A. M. Schreiber, D. 
Coyne, P. Szkoda, M. McGee, S. Eberl, P. Carrig, M. 
Kerins. 








L. to R., SEATED: R. Malone, E. Schmitt, 
M. E. Pradwzik. ROW 1: J. Pfeufer, J. Adler, 
M. Wolf, M, Krug, A. Comerford, President, 
J. Manno, Secretary-Treasurer, B. Scharrer. 



ALICE 

METNELL 

LITERARY 

SOCIETY 




L. to R.. SEATED: L. Gustafson, C. Paulus, K. \\aiitford, 
M. Lucas, J. O'Brien, Treasurer, E. Tanner, President. 
ROW 1: A. DeCarolis, Secretary, M. Young, N. Mad- 
lehner, M. A. Meals, G. Fitzgerald, L. Shoemaker. ROW 
2: D. Dollinger, Vice-President, G. Conway, M. Dorris, 
S. Konnerth, K. Klase. 




CHILD STUDY 
CLUB 



L, to R., SEATED: P. Petricini, President, K. 
Bennardo, Vice-President, A. McCoy, Treas- 
urer. ROW 1: D. Edkin, M. Buel, P. Shioleno, 
M. E. Keogh, J. Maitland, A. M. Schreiber. 
ROW 2: B. Geneva, M. Tillman, M. Perry, D. 
Bennett, A. M. Knotek, M. A. Stauffer. 



BUSINESS 
CLUB 



L. to R., SEATED: J. Duffield, President, M. 
K. Donaldson, Vice-President. ROW 1: E. 
Borst, D. Modzelewski, P. Szkoda, P. Cipalla, 
S. Elieger. 







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L. to R., S. Liotta, Vice-President, A. Pirrello, 
President, A. Guelcher, Treasurer. 

DA r HOP 
ORGANIZA TION 



DORM 
COUNCIL 




WHO'S WHO 



L. to R., SEATED: M. Wolf, President, A. Grealy, Vice- 
President, J. Thalman, P, Shioleno, Secretary, M. K. 
Soisson, P. McKeta, H. Witkowski, R. Mayes. 




L. to R., D. Eichmiller, J. Duffield, D. Mose- 
barger, M. Watchorn, M. Hornung. 



L. to R., B. Scharrer, D. Demuling, G. Conway, 
D. Modzelewski, J. Pfeufer. 



VILLA LOGUE 
STAFF 




L. to R., SEATED: S. Allen, M. K. Donaldson, A. De- 
Carolis. ROW 1: A. M. Schreiber, E. Tanner, J. Manno, 
J. Gilbert, K. Klase, Editor. ROW 2: N. Madlehner, C. 
Paulus, S. Tirpak, J. O'Brien, A. Comerford. 




C.C.D. 



L. to R., SEATED: M. Salvatore, M. Maroney, 
S. Jedrezak, President. ROW 1: M. Ehrensberger, 
M. Tillman, Vice-President, J. Restifo, C. 
Walsh, M. Krug. ROW 2: C. Shannon, Secretary, 
K. Pontzer, Treasurer, J. Fischer, M. Perry, 
C. Rutt. 



MAGNIFICAT 
STAFF 



L. to R., SEATED: Sister Julia Marie, Advisor, 
J. Hays, Co -Editor, J. Pfeufer, Co -Editor, S. 
Eberl, M. Watchorn, J. Duffield. ROW 1: D. 
Genova, C. Miller, M. Hornung, S. Cashman, 
G. Conway, M. A. Malloy, J. Flaherty, M. 
Ehrensberger. 





Archbishop Gannon poses for 
a picture at the annual Christ- 
Dinner in his honor. 




The upperclassnieii "Meet And Greet" the incoming 
freshmen. 



The lucky winner, 
Ree Shannon, accepts 
her rosary from 
Archbishop Gannon. 



The freshmen receive their caps and 
gowns at the formal investiture. 





COLLEGE 
LIFE 



Father Edgar Crowe and Father Xavier Hayes provide 
inspiration at the annual retreat. 





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The long awaited day 
their rings. 



■- the juniors receive 



The senior's contribution to the 
Hanging of the Greens consists in a 
tableau of the Nativity. 



The sophomore class presents a skit 
for the enjoyment of the student body 
at the Halloween Party. 




Yes, June, I remembered my 
court card this time. 




Talent abounds at the Villa. 



Oh! Those 8:00 classes. 




Dr. David Dichter sells the Peace Corps to an 
interested student body. 





"Gee, I'm sure glad it's lunch time. 



Pinochle, Bridge, or Old Maid? 








'Pu-leeze! Don't spill that coffee 





'I believe there are a few empty seats up front." 



"Gracie, aren't you going the 
wrong way?" 




"Don't worry Sister Ann, we won't put this 
picture in the yearbook." 




\Vliat makes a Treasurer tick? Support and 
loyalty -- guide-lines of the nurses. Con- 
gratulations Cathy! Our SNAP Treasurer. 




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At home at the 
Home Manage- 
ment House. 



One of the advantages of 
being a Home-Ecer. -- 
it's tasty. 




"Marianne, you're wanted on the other phone." 








'Beyond the Wiine and the Danube 



'Oh I'm sorrv that's St. Bonaventure's weekend. 





Friends and food, just like home. 



Dr. Casey, D. Kildare, or the Flintstones? 



Janie appears willing for a mid -morning 
coffee break. 





It must be Saturday afternoon. 





It must be Sunday night. 




Wlio said chivalry was dead. 



"The last time I saw 
Paris ..." 





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Don't worry 
gang, there's 
enough for 
everyone! 



Monica and Merry are keeping in 
step with the college trend. 





"Ann Marie, what's this, a new hobby?' 



'O.K. Let's give it the old college try." 



"Karen, are you sure that ALL the mail 
is in." 




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Carol proudly displays her trophies. 




Carol reigns as Queen of Gannon's Winter Carnival. 




The Queen's attendants included Marianne, Mary 
and Beth. 




Helen, Mon- 
ica, Margie 
and Ann 
Marie pause 
before the 
8 -ball. 



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Sandy and Peggy are literally covered by the 
favors for the Soph Cotillion. 






Maron announces the lucky winner of the Bermuda 
vacation at the frosh Blue Valentine Dance. 



Spring Weekend provides many happy memo- 
ries. 




Tripping the life fantastic in the 
auditorium. 





Suzie and Ted look forward to summer. 




Villa girls enjoy 
a variety of ac- 
tivities. 




IF WINTER COMES 



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'How's come I always have to be first.' 




Who could ever forget Mary Sue and her jeep' 



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From Dec. 21 to Mar. 21. 



Tlie Winter Season lends itself to many out- 
door activities. 



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MUST BE 
OFF PARK 



"Wliat do 
they mean, 
HELP, we 
can't swim 
citlier." 



Villaites take time out from their busy schedules 



CAN SPRING 

BE FAR 

BEHIND? 



Friendly Persuasion 





"On the shores of old Lake Erie," many happy hours have been 
spent. 



Dorothy and Alice look to the future, but not without 
fond memories of the past. 



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Sarah, Amy, Margaret and Emily 



Emily 



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FAMILIAR 
FACES 



Kay, Betty and Helen 



A look at college life would not be complete 
without including the familiar faces seen on 
campus everday. 




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Stanley and Earl 



Pete 




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faculty and students, particularly Judy Kozar, and Kathe Weschler, and all our good 
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Abata, K. -- 51,62,64,66 

Adinolfi, A. -- 58,78 

Adler, J. -- 58,66 

Allen, C. -- 55.72 

Allen, S. -- 69 

Anderson, C. -- 54.65,66,74,80, 84 

Angelica, S. S. J., Sr. M. -- 13,20 

Anelli, C. -- 66.73,79 

Ann, S. S. J., Sr. M. -- 13,14,75 

Arduini, A. -- 14 

Aurelia, S. S. J., Mother M. -- 11,20 

Bachmaier, L. -- 58 

Barber, B -- 74 

Barrett, D. -- 54,80,81 

Bartasavich, G. -- 78 

Bartholomew, M. --22 

Bates, J. -- 22,60,65,71,75,77,82 

Bender, C. -- 22,66 

Bernadowicz, A. M. -- 58 

Bennardo, K. -- 67,70,78 

Bennett, D. -- 54,63,65,67,74 

Blessinger, M. -- 57,84 

Bliley, M. -- 23,64,76 

Blum', R. -- 59,83 

Blumenberg, B. -- 57,64 

Borst. E. -- 54,66.67,74 

Brogdon, P. -- 23 

Brugger, J. -- 23,62,70,77 

Brugger, M. -- 54,55,60,62.65 

Buel, M. -- 55,67,74 

Burghart, M. -- 56,75 

Buseck, S. -- 14.20 

Buttice, J. -- 55,66 

Calcagno, B. -- 71 

Calior, M. -- 57 

Carpin, N. -- 24,75 

Carrig, P. -- 55.66,70.81 

Carroll. B. -- 64,75 

Cashman, S. -- 24,66,69,71,81 

Castilow, G. -- 56,60,64 

Cavanagh, M. -- 55,65,79,81 

Ceci, J. -- 59,64 

Chaffee, D. -- 59 

Cheribum, S. S. J., Sr. M. -- 14 

Christenson, A. -- 73 

Cipalla, N. -- 67 

Claire, S. S. J., Sr. Irma -- 16 

Clifford, K. -- 64,73 

Cogswell, Mrs. G. -- 24 

Commerford, A. -- 54,66,69 

Conlin, M. -- 55 

Conway, G. -- 25,52,62,67,68,69,71,75 

Cook, A. -- 59,64 

Cornell, E. -- 65 

Coronato, K. -- 55,64 

Corritore, L. -- 56 

Costa, M. -- 55,64,76 

Cousins, J. -- 14,65 

Coyne, D. -- 66,73.74 

Coyne. P. -- 25.63,65.71,75,77,78,80,81,82,83 

Craker, J. -- 25,66 

Csiby, J. -- 14,20 

Cuckburn, J. --58 



Curran, K. --59 

Currey, J. -- 59 

Cutri, K. --26 

Daisley, P. -- 59,64 

Dale, S. -- 58,64 

Damico, R. -- 58,62 

DeCarolis, A. -- 55,66,67,69 

Decker, K. --58 

DeFazio, P. -- 26,66 

DeLuca, V. -- 15,20 

Demuling, D. -- 26,60,68,75- 

DeTemple, B. -- 55.66,75 

Dewey, S. -- 27,66 

Diefenbach, N. -- 58,63 

Dillon, P. --59 

DiNunzio, E. -- 59 

DiSalvo, M. -- 54,66,74 

Dobrushin, Mrs. D. -- 15,20 

Dobrushin, P. -- 15,20,60,66 

Dollinger, D. -- 54,67 

Doloretta, S. S. J., Sr. M. -- 11,17 

Donaldson, M. -- 67,69 

Donikowski, J. -- 27,75 

Dorris, M. -- 60,67 

Duffield, J. -- 27,63,66,67,68,69,75.79.82.83,85 

Eberl, S. -- 28,66.69,71,75 

Ebner, Mrs. S. -- 28 

Ebratt, M. -- 58,74 

Edkin, D. -- 67 

Edwards, Dr. B. -- 15 

Ehrensberger, M. -- 28,69,81 

Eichmiller, D. -- 29.68.71.75.81,83 

Elder, M. -- 57,64 

English, D. -- 73,74 

Esser, J. --63 

Fenstemaker, J. --78 

Fernandes, Mrs, R. -- 29 

Fetzner. L. -- 59 

Fialkowski, C. -- 55.64,75,76 

Fischer, J. -- 55,63,69,73,75 

Fitzgerald, M. -- 59,67 

Flaherty, J. -- 29,66,69,81 

Francis, S. S. J., Sr. Ellen -- 12 

Francis, S. S, J., Sr. James -- 16,20,58,62 

Frankhouser, M. -- 30.64,71 

Freeberg. K. -- 58.77 

Friedl, E. -- 66,79 

Frost, M. -- 15 

Gannon, John M. (Archbishop) -- 11 

Gardner, M. -- 58 

Gausman. M. -- 79 

Geneva. B. -- 56,66.67 

Genova. D. -- 30,60,65,69,71,75 

Gentile, N. -- 74 

Gibbons, J. -- 54,66,74 

Gibbons, L. -- 59 

Gidos, C. -- 30.76 

Giesler. S. -- 31 

Gilbert, J. -- 55,66,69 

Gillick, L. -- 56 

Gromley, II. -- 57,84 

Gossett,'c. -- 59,63,66 

Grata, Judv -- 55,60,64 



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Grata, June -- 55.62,63,72 

Grealy, A. -- 31,63,65.68.71,75,77.81,82,83 

Gregus. B. -- 72 

Griffith, N. -- 55.65,74,75 

Grove. B. -- 31.76 

Gryczka, C. -- 59,64,78 

Grzejka, F. -- 16.20 

Guelcher, A. -- 65.68 

Gustafson, L. --67 

Habersack, M. -- 32,64 

Havey, B. -- 32 

Hafey, M. --32 

Hahn, Mrs. R. -- 16 

Halas, B. -- 66,77 

Hallar, E. --59 

Hammer. C. -- 33.66 

Hart. C. -- 73 

Hartman. D. -- 59 

Hau. M. -- 65 

Hays, J. -- 33.69,71.75 

Healey. J. -- 33 

Herzing. M. --34 

Heuer, C. -- 34.64 

Hill, D. -- 58,73 

Hinds, N. -- 34 

Heya, Z. -- 16 

Holley, B. -- 63.65,77 

Hornung, M. -- 35,64,68,69,71,76,81 

Horton, A. --35 

Howell, Mrs. -- 12 

Hynes, E. — 35,65,71,75,77 

Jedrezak, S. -- 56.69 

letter. J. --36 

Jones, C. -- 54.74,81 

Justin, L. --64 

Karcic, M. -- 17 

Kearns, Mrs. --13 

Keevey. J. -- 56,64 

Kefurt, P. -- 36.64,71.76 

Keogh, M. -- 55,62,66,67,79 

Kerins, M. -- 54,66.70,71,74 

Kerns, J. --57,64 

Kintz. K. -- 59,71 

Klase, K. -- 55.67,69,74 

Knipfing, D. -- 59,63,74.75 

Knotek. A. -- 55,67 

Komosa, N. -- 59,66 

Konnerth, S. --67 

Kossick, E. -- 59,63,73 

Kowacki, P. -- 59,64 

Kowaleski, C. --64 

Kozar, J. -- 55,63.65,70.75,77 

Kraus, M. -- 64 

Kraus. R. -- 55,64 

Kreikle, J. -- 55,64.70.73 

Krider, Mrs, M. -- 17 

Krug, M. -- 58,62,62,66,69,73 

Kruszewski, E. — 59 

Kubeja, E. -- 36,66 

Kulas, A. -- 37,65,71,77,81,82,83 

Langowski. E. --57 

Lanks, F. -- 54.63.65.73.77 

Leitzinger, S. -- 37,65.77,81,85 



Lepkowski, C. -- 58,77,78.79 

Lindquist. G. -- 38.65 

Liotta. S. -- 66,68 

Lorei, Rev. L. -- 17 

Lucas, M. -- 67,71 

Lucy, S. S. J. Sr. M. -- 17,20 

Luniewski, D. --37 

Mabic. R. -- 59 

Mackowski, M. -- 56,71,78 

Madison, J. -- 55.75 

Madlchncr. N. -- 55.64,67,69,74,75 

Magovern, J. -- 59,64 

Maitland. J. -- 54.67 

Malloy.M. -- 38,66,69 

Malone, R. -- 59,66,78 

Manno, J. -- 55,63,66,67,73 

Mancuso, M. -- 17 

Marie. S. S. J. Sr. Grace -- 16 

Marie, S. S. J. Sr. Julia -- 12,52,69 

Marie, S. S. J. Sr. Raymond -- 18 

Marino, M. -- 56 

Maroney, M. -- 56,57,66,69,81,84 

Mason, A. -- 54,64 

Matsko, D. -- 59 

Matthewson. E. -- 38,71 

Mayes, R. -- 39,66,68 

McClain, S. -- 59,64 

McCoy, A. -- 67,78 

McGee, M. -- 54,66,70,71,80,84 

McGoey, Mrs. P. -- 20 

McKeta, P. -- 58,66,68 

McManus. M. -- 58 

McMahon. A. -- 57.63,64 

McMahon, K. -- 39.64.76 

McMahon. M. -- 66.75 

McNamara. M. -- 54.63,74 

McNamare, A. -- 59,64,82,83 

McNelis, R. -- 54,55,62,63,71,74 

McQuone, J. -- 70 

Meals, M. -- 56.62,67.70,71 

Mehl. R. -- 39.64,83 

Meyers, P. -- 40.75 

Miller. C. -- 40.69 

Miller, R. -- 40 

Millonzi. R. -- 58,62 

Mitchell, S. -- 41 

Modzelewski. D. -- 41, 5'2,67 ,68,71,75 

Mohr, E. — 71 

Morris. R. M. -- 41,66 

Mosebarger, D. -- 42.65,66.68.75.77,85 

Muczynski, S. -- 58,74 

Murano, G. -- 42,71,75 

Murray, M. -- 54,63 

Narducci, P. -- 42 

Nasca, E, -- 43,66,75,81 

Nedresky, C. -- 59 

Nedresky, M.J. -- 66 

Nelson, A. -- 43 

Nelson, K. --59 

Nelson, Mrs. L. --18 

Neomi, S. S. J., Sr. M. -- 13,18 

NicoUs, N. -- 43,63,64,71,76,81,83 

Novak, M. -- 44,78 



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Novicki, Mrs. B. --44 

Nuzzo, S. -- 59,80 

O'Brien, J. -- 55,66,67,69,74 

O'Connell, K. -- 54,81 

Pace, J. -- 75 

Padden, E. -- 58.73,75 

Page, J. --44 

Palmisano, S. -- 58,59 

Pascarella, M. S. -- 45,75,82 

Paulus, C. -- 63.64,67,69 

Perry. M. -- 54,63,66,67,69,74,75,79 

Petricini, P. -- 66.67,80 

Pfeufer. J. -- 45,52,60,62,63,66,68,69 

Pirrello, A. -- 55,65,68.70 

Polaski, A. --64 

Pontzer, K. -- 59,69,72,74,78.79 

Prawdzik, M. E. -- 45,66 

Prenatt, M. -- 65,77,84 

Prioletti, V, -- 18.20,56 

Prusko, J. -- 55,63,65,72 

Raid, Mrs. P. -- 46 

Regiel, R. -- 59 

Restifo, J. -- 64,69 

Rich, M. -- 57,64,75 

Richards. T. — 46.63,75 

Rieger, S. -- 58,67.70 

Roberts. C. -- 58 

Romaine, S. S. J., Sr, M. -- 18 

Rosaria, S. S. J. Sr. M. -- 20 

Rose, S. S. J. Sr. Mary -- 17.26 

Rubino. M. -- 58,66 

Russell, P. -- 59,64,70 

Ruth, M. -- 66.71 

Rutt, C. -- 54,66.69,74 

Ryan. E. -- 55,65 

Ryan. M. -- 46.65.77,79 

Sabino. S. -- 56.71,84 

Salter, B. -- 66,78 

Salvatore, M. -- 56,66.69 

Savoldy. K. -- 55 

Scharrer, B. -- 47,66,68,71 

Schell. M. -- 47 

Schiller, J. --57 

Schimpler, S. --47 

Schmidt, M. — 58,74,79,82,85 

Schmitt, C. -- 58,70,71,74 

Schmitte, E. -- 58,66 

Schneider, M. -- 54.64.76 

Schneider, R. -- 48,66 

Schrieber. A. -- 57.66.67,84 

Schroeck, J. -- 59,64 

Schroeck, N. -- 54 

Shannon. C. -- 56,64,69,70 

Shioleno, P. -- 56,66,67.68 

Shinol, J. --19 

Shoemaker, M. -- 57,58 

Short, K. — 48.75 

Smolinsky, P. -- 59,66 

Snellman, L. -- 20 

Soisson, M. K. -- 54,65,68.77,79 

Spring. J. -- 56,62 

Stacey, A. -- 55,64,75 

Stahon, F. --73 



Stauffer, M. -- 54,67 

Stanton, S. -- 59 

Stephens, K. -- 48,64,76 

Stevens, J. -- 57 

Straub. S. -- 55,64,71,72 

Strobel, T. -- 57 

Susi, Mrs. F. --49 

Sullivan. M. -- 57,64 

Susko, J. -- 19 

Swetizer, J. -- 59.64 

Szkoda. P. -- 55.60.66,67 

Tanner, E. -- 60,67,69 

Tenon 'M. -- 55,63.64 

Teresina. S. S. J., Sr. M. -- 19 

Tliallman, J. -- 57,64,68 

Therese, S. S. J., Sr. Emma -- 15 

Thomas, J. -- 59,64 

Tillman, M. -- 57,66,67,69,81 

Timmons, E. -- 49,65.75,77 

Timmons, M. -- 60,66 

Tirpak, S. -- 69 

Travaglione, R. -- 59,65,71,72,77,79 

Traynor, E. -- 58,65.70,73.82 

Traynor, L. -- 55,70,71,74 

Tsang, H. --65 

Tyson, J. -- 58.65.73 

Urey. J. --66 

Verena. S. S. J. Sr. M. -- 12 

VogeL. B. -- 54,65.66,70,77,80,84 

Walat. P. -- 58 

Walsh, C. -- 56,63,69 

Ward, P. -- 49-75 

Ward, R. -- 58,64 

Wargo, C. -- 50,52,60,71,75 

Watchorn, M. -- 50,52.63.66.67.68.69.80.82.83 

Weiner. M. A. -- 50,64,76 

Weyand, M. -- 55,64 

White. L. -- 51.64 

Whitford, K. -- 54.64.66,67 

Wiard, G. -- 19,20,54 

Wilhelmina, S. S. J. Sr. M., -- 19 

Williams, J. -- 59,63.75 

Williams. N. -- 51 

Wishnok. P. --63 

Witkowski. H. -- 51,68.77 

Wolf, L. -- 58 

Wolf, M.— 54,66,68,80.84 

Wolt. M. A. — 59,66 

Wolf, Rev. N. --19 

Wurst, S. --58,64 

Yackanich, D. -- 52 

Young, M. -- 54,64,67 

Yvo, S. S. J., Sr. M., -- 18,65.77 

Zaino. C. -- 56 

Zentis, J. -- 58 

Zimmer, M. -- 54 

Zoebisch, C. -- 56,66 

Zondlo, B. -- 59 



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