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WALTER 
REED 




JUNIORS 



1969 PLEDGE 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

SCHOOL OF NURSING 







"Our roads have crossed, 
Our paths have met. " 





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"Our hopes united — 
One dream fulfilled. " 




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"Together we have worked, 
and together we have played. " 





"Sharing the laughter, 
as we have shared the tears. " 




"Past memories binding. 
Our futures unfolding" 






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■* ''Learning to live as one, 




For the triumph of all. " 



Written by: 

Jacqueline Rosensteen 
Karen Smith 





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Miss Elizabeth A. Herman, perhaps better recognized attired in a scrub gown 
and cap, is a symbol of security, warmth and understanding to her students. Her 
quiet strength has given us support in times of difficulty, and her encouragement 
has helped us to continue on when our determination faltered. She is remem- 
bered with special fondness and admiration by the graduating seniors of 1969 
for her time, patience and dedication as class advisor. She is truly an example of 
one of the finest nurses and instructors we have ever known. 

With great respect and admiration we dedicate the 1969 PLEDGE to Miss 
Elizabeth A. Herman. 



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The person we chose to share our com- 
plaints had to listen; the one to share our 
joys had to be happy; the one to share our 
troubles— understanding. 

But the person to whom we entrusted our 
dreams had to be alive with the enthusiasm 
of tomorrow, not bound by the warnings of 
the past. 



To this one, each of our visions had to be 
seen as new, no matter how worn they might 
be. To her each of us had to be special, 
unique. 

We searched for such a person ; we found 
Colonel Ewen. 

To her we dedicate the 1969 PLEDGE-a 
record of the dreams she has shared. 




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Three or four years ago, each one of us received an official telegram announcing our 
acceptance into the Walter Reed Army Institue of Nursing program. At the end of this 
message appeared the name of the Surgeon General of the Army, Lieutenant General 
Leonard D. Heaton. At that time, we were quite unaware of the effect this man was to 
have on each of our Uves; for it was through his efforts, because of his great interest in the 
nursing profession, that the WRAIN program came into being. 

Because we owe so much to General Heaton, we would like to begin to express our 
gratitude to him by giving him special recognition in the 1969 PLEDGE. 

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I am pleased to inform you that you have been selected 
to participate in the Walter Reed Army Institute of 
Nursing Program. It is requested that you notify the 
Surgeon General, ATTN: MEDPT~MP, Department of the 
Army, Washington, D.C., 20315, within five days of your 
intention to accept or decHne participation in this 
program and enlistment in the U.S. Army Reserve. 
Leonard D. Heaton Surgeon General Dept of Army Wash 
DC 




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impaRtmQ knowleC)Qe ss 
only liQlitmQ otheR men's 
candles at our lamp 
without depRivinq ouRselves 

of any flame. 

—jane pORleR 



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1 hol6 myself in6eBte6 to 
anyone fRom whose 
enlightened undeRstandinq 
anotheR Ray of knowledge 
communicates to mine— Really 
to infoRm the mind is to 
enlaRQe the heaRt. 

—Junius— 



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faculty 




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DR. WILSON H. ELKINS 

President 

B.A.;M.A.;B. Litt.; 

D.Phil. 





DR. ALBIN O. KUHN 

Chancellor 

B.S.; M.S.; Ph.D. 



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COLONEL DRUSILLA POOLE 

B.A., Scarritt College 

M.N., Yale University 

Ph.D., University of Texas 

Director, Walter Reed 
Army Institute of Nursing 




MAJOR PATRICIA M. MILLER 

R.N., Deaconess 

B.S., Boston University 

M.S.N. , University of Washington 

Deputy Director, WRAIN 

Acting Coordinator, Walter Reed Army Institute of Nursing 



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GERALDINE PETTIT 

Assistant to the Dean 

for Student Personnel Services 

B.S.;M.S. 





SHIRLEY HALE 

Assistant Professor and Chairman, 

Undergraduate Curriculum 

B.S.N.;M.S. 



ELEANOR SLACUM 

Assistant Professor and Assistant to the Dean 

B.S.;M.S. 



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NURSING 





ELIZABETH DEEGAN 
R.N.. B.S. University of Maryland. 1967. 



JULIE FORTIER 
R.N., B.S., Medical College of Georgia, 1966; 
M.S., University of Maryland, 1968. 





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LTCMARYM. FOWLER 

B.S.. Washington University; M.A., Teachers 
College Columbia University, 
"in all 'probility' ..." 



JOYCE KAETZEL 

R.N., B.S., University of Maryland. 1958; M.S., 
University of Maryland, 1959. 
"Ladies, if you don't know what you look 
like-get a mirror." 



'All I did was scratch my head." 



MAJOR MARIA R. KONSTANSKI 
R.N.. Bcllen Memorial Hospital; B.S., Carroll 
College; M.S., University of Washmgton. 
"When 1 start my own nursery ..." 



DEBORAH LANGBAUM 
R.N., B.S.. University of Maryland. 1967. 
"Girls, if you have any questions, I'll be in the 
nurse's station." 




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LTC CALLISTA J. LILLARD 
B.S., Gonzaga University; M.S., Catholic Uni- 
versity of America. 
"What stage of delivery is Egbert in now?" 



LTC MARY G. MULQUEEN 
B.S., Hunter College; M.S., Columbia Univer- 
sity. 
"How do yoit spell sontcmeters (eentimctcrs)?" 



MAJOR FLORA C. STREET! 
R.N., Union Memorial Hospital; B.A., San 
Fransisco State College; M.S., University of 
Maryland. 
"Did you piddle this morning, Mrs. — ?" 




NORMA LEAK 
R.N., B.S., Winslon-Saiciii State College; M.S., 
Univcrsily of Maryland 



LORETTASIETZ 
R.N.. Buffalo General Hospital Seiiool of 
Nursing; B.S., Boston University; M.S., Univer- 
sity of Maryland. 

"The only pregnant nurse who ean still fit into 
an extra small scrub gown." 



CAPTAIN DONNA L. WACYK 
R.N.. B.S., State University College. Platls- 
burgh, N.Y.; M.S., Boston University. 
"Wliat arc the characteristics of a dysmature 
premature who's postmature?" 



"But I was told that the 
cap looked better this 
way!" 




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MAJOR KATHRYN J 
AMMON 



R.N.. St. Francis School of Nursing, Grand ?.lZVf^^- l?.t^„i. 



BARBARA BARR 

B.A., Brooklyn CoUege, 1948; M.A., University 



Island, Neb.; B.S.N. , Duchesne CoUege, 

Omaha, Neb.; M.S.N. , University of 

Pennsylvania. 

"I will do anything to make you learn." 



Divert him, girls, divert him!" 



PEGGY CLUSTER 

A.B., Goucher CoUege, 1942; M.A., Goucher 

CoUege, 1961. 

"WeU, Mrs, Cluster, how's Edgar today?" 



MAJOR MARY M. 
CONDIT 
R.N., St. John's Hospital, Springfield, lU., B,S., 
University of Hawaii; M.S., University of 
Colorado. 
"A dog and how many cats???" 



PEDIATRIC NURSING 





LTC BARBARA P. FINK 
R.N., Cooper Hospital, Camden, N.J.; B.S., 
University of Maryland; M.S., University of 
Maryland. 

"How can anyone be dignified on a ward like 
this?" 



'Sombody ought to tcU her that smoking stunts your growth.' 



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PATRICIA LAVENSTEIN 
R.N., Union Memorial Hospital School of 
Nursing; B.S., John Hopkins University; M.S., 
University of Maryland. 
"Never a rainy day with Mrs. L.!" 



LTCROSAJ. RAMIREZ 
R.N.. Santo Asilo do Damas Ponce, Puerto 
Rico; B.S., University of Maryland; M.S., 
Boston University. 
"My lectures tend to have a Spanish accent." 




MAJOR ELEANOR F. 

SULLIVAN 

R.N., Medical School of Nursing; B.S., Seton 

Hall University. Newark, N.J.; M.A.. Teachers 

College, Columbia University. 



JOAN BRYCE 
R.N., St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing; B.S.. 
University ofFlonda. 

CLAUDETTE LUKASIK 
B.S.N., Alvcmo College; M.P.H.. University of Mich. 

RUTHMURCHLAND 
B.S., Columbia Union College; M.S., University of Maryland. 

ELAINE SMOOT 

R.N., B.S., Wheaton College, 1963; M.S.. University of Maryland. 
"Tec hee hec, my fall just fell." 



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JUNIOR MEDICAL -SURGICAL NURSING 



MAJOR DOROTHY M. 
BERRY 
R.N., Union McmoriaJ Hospital School 
of Nursing; B.S.. Syracuse University; 
M.S.N., Frances Payne Bolton Sciiool of 
Nursing, Western Reserve University. 
"Oops." 



MAJOR BARBARA R. 
BRADY 
B.S., Stout State University; M.S., 
University of Maryland. 



MARY BREKJCE 
R.N., B.S., SI. OblCollcyc. 1965: M.S., 
San Francisco Medical Center. 1966. 




"Is it Bennett drops and 
Baxter respirator, or . . . ?" 



MAJOR DOROTHY A. 

BUTCHER 

B.S., Univenity of Southwestern Lousi- 

ana; M.S., Catholic University ot 

America. 



RUTH COOK 

B.S., University of Missouri, 1961; M.S., 
University of Oregon, 1964. 
"My back is really killing me." 

LTC BARBARA R. 
COSTELLO 
B.S.N.. Georgetown University; M.S., 
University of Maryland. 
"Who's the instructor who carries her 
lesson plans in a brown paper bag?" 




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CHARLOTTE DAVIES 
R.N., Concord Hospital School of Nursing, 
1959, B.S., University of Bridgeport, 1964, 
M.S., University of Maryland. 
A veiy basic nurse: "Now what's the basic step 
in taking a temperature?" 



RUTH DYSON 
Diploma. Dietetic Internship, St. PliuTs Hos- 
pital; B.S., Michigan State University; M.S., 
Case Western Reserve University, 1952. 
"The Betty Crocker of Junior Med-Surg." 



ELIZABETH HERMAN 

R.N., Lancaster Genera! Hospital, 1957; B.S., 
University of Maryland, 1966; M.S., University 
of Maryland, 1968. 
"Keep those elbows down, girls!" 




MARY ANDERSON 

R.N., B.S., Hampton Institute; M.S., University 
of Maryland. 



ANN MADISON 
R.N., Univetiity of Maryland, 1962; M.S., 
University of Pennsylvania. 
"A good listener" 



GLORIA McFARLAND 
B.S., University of Maryland, 1964; M.S., 
University of Pennsylvania, 1968. 




MAJOR.AUDRE J. 
McLOUCHLlN 
R.N., Massaehusetts General Hospital; 
B.S., Columbia University; M. Ed., 
Columbia University. 
"Now do this like a good girl." 



NORMA MELCOLM 
R.N., B.S., Medical CoUege of Georgia, 
1966; M.S., University of Maryland, 
1968. 



MAJOR GEORGE 
MICHEL 
R.N., Pennsylvania Hospital School of 
Nursing for Men, B.S., Temple Univer- 
sity; M.S., University of Pennsylvania. 




^'I wonder what she would say if she were writing this nursing note?'' 




MAJOR MARBETH MICHAEL 
B.S., Indiana University; M.S.N. . University of 
Wasliington 

"You're not stupid, a little klutzy, but not 
stupid." 



ETC REGINA PAK 
R.N., City Hospital of Akron; B.S.N.E., 
Duquesnc University; M.S.. Catholic University 
of America 



ETC EOUEIE H. SHAFFER 
B.A., West Vixginia University; M.S.N., Catholic 
Universityof America 
"At this point in time ..." 




MAJOR MARY LOU SPINE 
R.N., Ohio ValJey General Hospital; B.S.N., 
University of Pittsburgh; M.Ed., Duquesnc 
University 



ETC CAROLINE E. VAN MASON 
B.S., University of Washington; M.B.A., Univer- 
sity of Chicago 
"And for lunch, borst soup and butter balls." 



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CAROL WIKE 
R.N., B.S., Univereity of Maryland, 1966 
The only nui^e who enjoys working on the 
ninth floor 7-3 shift. 



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SENIOR MEDICAL -SURGICAL NURSING 



ALICE AKEHURST 
R.N., Lutheran Hospital, 1943; B.S., 
University of Maryland, 1956; M.S., 
University of Maryland, 1966 
"The patient is our business, our purpose 
for being." 



LTC MARIAN C. BARBIERI 
R.N., Martland Medical Center; B.S., 
Seton Hall University; M.A., Teachers 
College, Columbia University 
"There is a world outside." 



DOREEN BARR 
R.N., Regina Grey Nun's Hospital, Canada; 
B.N., University of Manitoba 
"Reflect, reflect." 




'But Col. Morgan, these shoes are supposed to be black 



LTC MARGARET M. BASKFIELD 
B.S.N.. College of St. Teresa; M.S.N.. University 
of Colorado 
"May 1 sec your Nursing Cait Plan?" 



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"CouM you cxpUiin llio clinical rotation to iiic again? 



PATRICIA GRADY 

R.N.. St. I'rancis Hospital, 1966; B.S., George- 
town University, 1967; M.S., University of 
Maryland, 1968. 
Our mini-skirted style setter. 




KAREN HALL 
R.N.. B.S., University of Maryland, 1967. 
"Your instruetor. Miss Hall, needs roller skates 
today." 



ED McDonald 

B.Th.. National Bible College, 1962; B.S., 
University of Maryland, 1966. 



DONNA MOORE 
R.N., B.S., University of Maryland, 196.1. 



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LTCBITI\ 1 .MORGAN 

R.N., Cli;iri(y HospiUl. N<.\\ Orkan>. B.S.. St. 
Louis University; M.S.N., Boston Univcrsily; 
Post graduate in Rehabilitation Nursini;, Texas 
Woman's University. 

"The duty of every offieer is to proleet tlie 
welfare of his troops." 



CATHERINE MURPHY 

R.N., Mount Olivet School of Nursini; 1960 
B.S.. Boston CoUet:e. 1963; M.S.. Catholic 
University of America, 1967. 



"Now Miss Nagcl, wc do it this way in Canada/ 





BETTY LOU SHUBKAGEL 
R-N., B.S., University of Maryland, 1954; M.S.. 
Emory University, 1957. 



MAJOR GERALD J. THROWE 
R.N., Pennsylvania Hospital School of Nursing 
for Men; B.S.. University of Bridiicport; M.A., 
Teachers College, Columbia University. 
"Why mc. God, why me?" 



CECILIA ZITKUS 

R.N.. St. Alexis School of Nursing. 1943; A.B.. 

Ursulinc College; M.A.. University of Maryland. 

1954. 

"Who's ne\l on the Stryker?" 



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PSYCHIATRIC 
NURSING 




MAJOR MADELINE BADER 
R.N., Bronson Methodist Hospital, Kalamazoo, 
Michigan; A.B., San Francisco College; M.S., 
Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan. 
"When you expect the best of people, you aic 
seldom disappointed." 




GAIL BURDSALL 

B.S„ riorida State University; M.S., University 

of Maryland, 1967 

"Oh? . . . Really? ... Uh huh ... " 



LOIS DIRKES 

R.N., B.S., University of California, Los 
Angeles, 1958; M.S., University of Maryland, 
1963. 



LTC WILLIAM 
FLINKINGER 
B.A., San Francisco State College; M.S., 
University of Pittsburgh. 
"We won't cry Poppa Flick." 




"So that's what "reflecting" means!" 



PATRICIA HENRY 
R.N.,B.S.,University of Maryland, 1962; M.S., 
University of Maryland, 1963. 
"I think our group deserves a round of ap- 
plause." 



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MARY JO KAHLER 
R.N., B.S., Niagra University. 1964; 
University of Maryland, 1967. 



MAJOR FRANCIS 
LE BLANC 
A.A., Lamar State College: R.N.. Hotel Dicu 
School of Nursing, Beaumont, Texas; B.S., St. 
Mary's College, Xavicr, Kansas; M.S.N. Ed., 
Indiana University. 
"What else is going on here?" 




LOIS NEUMAN 
R.N., B.S.. University of Maryland; M.S., 
University of Maryland. 





■'Another day. .another twenty page IPR.' 



MAJOR NORMAND D. 
ROBITAILLE 

R.N.. Carney Hospital School of Nursing, Soutn 
Boston, Massachusetts; B.S.. Boston College; 
M.S., Boston University. 

"Good intentions?!! . . . the road to hell is 
paved with good intentions." 



LTC MARJORIE A. 
SMITH 

U.S.N., Indiana University; M.S.N.. Boston 

University 

"That's just tlie way I am!" 



CATHERINE E.WARD 

R.N.. Johns Hopkins Hospital School of 
Nursing. 1947; B.S.. Johns Hopkins University. 
1954; M.S., Boston University, 1962. 



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PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING 



LTC DOROTHY S. ALLISON 

R.N., St. Mary's; B.S., Incarnate Word 

College; M.S., Catholic University of 

America. 

"Whose turn is it to fill the coffee pot?" 

LTC MARY E. BELLAR 
R.N., Hermann Hospital School of 
Nursing; B.S.P.H.N., University of 
Minnesota; M.S., University of Colorado. 
"A smile for everybody." 



VELENA BOYD 
R.N., Indiana University; B.S., Univer- 
sity of California; M.P.H., University of 
California. 




"O.K. Let's work out all of 
their problems." 



ELIZABETH BREWER 
B.S., CoUege of St. Catherine, 1965; 
M.S., University of Minnesota. 1967. 



ANNE L. DOUGHERTY 

A. A.. Mt. St. Agnew College. 1941;" 
R.N., Mercy Hospital Scliool of Nursing, 
1944; B.S.P.H.N., Catholic University of 
Amenca, 1947; M.P.H., Univeisily of 
North Carolina 1957. 



EVELYN EGGEBROTEN 
B.S.. University of Colorado, 1948; M.S., 
University of Colorado, 1960. 
"Now stop me if 1 talk too much." 








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LTC AMY D. GEISSINGER 
R.N., Abington School of Nursing; B.S.N.Ed., 
University of Pennsylvania; M.P.H., University 
of Michigan. 
"A sailboat, no wind, and a klunky crew." 



EVA P. GAINES 
R.N., Indiana General Hospital, 1937; B.S., 
Indiana University, 1943; M.P.H., Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1957. 




'Now, when you feel a cockroach crawling up your leg. . .'' 



MAJOR PATRICIA A. GREENE 
B.S.N., University ot Washington; M.P.H., 
University of Minnesota. 
"Oh, really?" 



MARYE.GROTEFEND 
R.N., Bethany Hospital Sehool of Nursing, 
1931; A.B., Baker University, 1934; M.S., 
Catholic University of America, 1944; 
C.P.H.N,, Catholic University of America, 
1952; Ph.D., American University, 1966. 




MAJOR MARY T. HORAN 
B.S. in l-d., Hunter CoUegc; M.S.N., Catholic 
University of America. 

"Be sure and call me when you get back to the 
dorm." 



CAROL MORAN 
R.N., New York Hospital School of Nursing; 
B.S., ComcU University; M.S., Case Western 
Reserve University. 



LTC DOROTHEA L. RANCOURT 
R.N., St. Elizabeth Hospital; B.A.. Kmmanuel 
College; M.A., Columbia University. 
"Who wants to be plate girl for our Krunch 
Party?" 



KATHRYNS. WOHLSEN 
B.A.. Flora Stone Mather College, Case Western 
Reserve Univenity, 1938; M.N., Frances Payne 
Bolton School of Nursing, Case Western 
Reserve University, 1941; M.A., Columbia 
University, 1947. 
"Now, the last time I saw the general ..." 



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SECRETARIES 





Mrs. A.M. Jordan 
Secretary to Director, WRAIN 



Mrs. B. Silver 

Miss M. Johnson 

Mrs. K. Brown, Supervisor 

Clerk Typist, WRAIN 



Fannie Howard 
Records Secretary, Baltimore 




Mrs. S.F. Mazzone 
Secretary to Deputy Director, WRAIN 




Elizabeth Sima 
Secretary to Baccalaureate Program, Baltimore 





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HOUSEMOTHERS and RECEPTIONISTS 




Mrs. A.D. McGovcm 
Instructional Staff Clerk, WRAIN 



Mrs. P.M. Clark 
Receptionist, WRAIN 



Mrs. R.M. Rankin 
Receptionist, WRAIN 





Juanita Proctor, Receptionist, Baltimore 



Mrs. Virginia K. Guitcras, Mrs. Florence O. Amei , Mrs. Beth 
J. Shuck, Housemothers, WRAIN 



Helen Frances Evans, Housemotlier, Baltimore 



Dorothy Hastings, Housemother, Baltimore 




Mrs. M.E. Railey 
Receptionist. WRAIN 
Anna Welch 

Receptionist, Baltimore 
Nancy Flozy 
Receptionist, Baltimore 




MSG JOSE E. MENDEZ 

With a smile and a desire to do 
his very best, MSG Mendez 
made the transition from 
civilian to military life easier 
for the WRAIN students. He 
supported the WRAIN pro- 
gram and activities through 
whole-hearted participation 
such as organizing picnics. At 
the Surprise Faiewell Party 
one of the items presented was 
a scrapbook. 




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COUNSELING SERVICE 



CAPTAIN WILLIAM A. ANTHONY 
Counsclinir Psychologist. B.A., Grove 
City College; Ph.D., State University of 
New York at Buffalo. 




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CAPTAIN GERALD G. MILLER 

Adjutant 

B.B.A., Wichita Slate University 



CAPTAIN HENRY H. BROWN 

Chief, Supply Service 
B.S., Soutli Carolina State College 



WRAIN ADJUTANT 
and STAFF 




SGT. LEWIS T. ESTES 
Supply Sergeant 





SGT. ANTONE C. VALERJO 
First SLTiicant 




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ideals aRe Uke staRS; you will not succeed 
in txDucfiinQ them with youR hands. But, like 
the sea— faRinq man on the deseRt of 
wateRS, you choose them as youR guides, 
and followinq them you will Reach youR 
destiny. 

— caRl schuRz 



theRe IS much satisfaction in 
woRk well done; pRaise is sweet; 
But theRe can Be no happiness 
equal to the joy of finding a 
heaRt that undeRStands. 

— ROBinsolt 



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senioRS 





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BALTIMORE 
1969 GRADUATES 




Senior Class Officers 



Left to right: Connie Peiry, 
Secretary; Judy Rhoad, His- 
torian; Linda Palmatecr, Vice- 
President; Connie Gooch, 
Social Cliairmaji; Phyllis Kelly, 
Treasurer; Jonnie Zimmennan, 
President. 




SENIOR CLASS 
ADVISOR: 



MISS HERMAN 



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Eileen Adier Newburger 




Dorothy Albert 





Claudia Louise Albrecht 
"Claud" 
Rockville, Md. 
Handbook Committee. 
■'That's c ool!" . . . 
anythmg not served in the 
S.U. or hospital cafeteria 
. . . the window at the end 
o r the fifth floor . . . 
procrastination . . . playing 
pool in the S.U. 
To work in Pediatrics. 



Jill Ashworth 
Potomac, Md. 
Handbook Committee, 
Choir. 

"I don't think that's 
funny!" . . . Daryl . . . 
Traveling to College Park 
. . . sleeping, drinking . . . 
fried squirrel and duck. 




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Mary Kathryn Aydelotte 
Kitty 
Salisbury, Md. 
"Come on, now" . . . 
. twirls her hair .... "Be 
nice" .... traveling and 
reading . . . always drinking 
cokes . . . "you creep.". 
Plans to remain at Univer- 
sity Hospital doing Medi- 
cal-Surgical nursing. 



Cecile Behneman 
Ceil 
HyattsviUe, Md. 
Handbook Committee, 
Choir, Student Health 
Organization co-chairman, 
treasurer. 

Studying at the Campus 
Inn . . . spouting off infor- 
mation . . . sweet and sour 
duck . . . collecting things- 
anything . . . 
Plans to work in a hospital. 




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Georgia Emma Bell 

Brookview, Md. 
Student Council Secretary, 
House Rules Chairman, 
Handbook Committee 
Cliairman, Choir, Sigma 
Theta Tau, Phi Kappa Plii, 
Alpha Lambda Delta. 
Georgia is never too busy 
to listen to a friend's prob- 
lems. 

Plans a career in Medical- 
Surgical nursing. 




Nicki Leigli Bonner 

Nickolia 
Havre de Grace, Md. 
Studies! A careful in- 
tegration of studying and 
the retention of sanity. 
"Rats." . . . any and all 
information about flying 
. -. . Aldino Airport . . . 
idealistically contemplating 
the future . . . Alaska. 
Plans a career in Public 
Health nursing either in 
Alaska, Oklahoma or Mass- 
achusetts and eventually a 
Master's Degree in PHN. 



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Patricia Jean Bosak 
Sak; Boy 
Gettysburg, Pa. 
Open Hours Committee- 
Chairman, Homecoming 
Queen-Jr. Year. 
"How do you feel about 
that?" Yummie, fattening 
foods . . . Lupinin-Nor- 
folk-Super-tidy?! Reading 
anything but nursing . . . 
Friday night rockin' and 
sockin'-Sleeping in Sat- 
urday. 

I plan to enter psychiatric 
nursing. 




Barbara Jean Broyles 
Barb, Barbie 
Wheaton, Md. 
"Small, quiet-but dy- 
namic" the Betty Crocker 
of third floor annex. 
"Cheering up people with 
X-mas trees." A big smile 
with dimples, "fiddle- 
sticks" 21st birthday . . . 
free champagne. 
Future plans include grad- 
uate school and marriage. 





Elizabeth Susan Busch 
Betty 
Camp Hill, Pa. 
Choir, Yearbook staff. 
Nurses Christian Fellow- 
ship, Sigma Theta Tau. 
"My whole damn life is 
spent in the unselfish ser- 
vice of others." . . . 

Painting bottles, those 
wiggling eyebrows... 
"Erg!" . . . Cheesetwists 

. . . Favorite subject- 
people. 

I plan to work at Univer- 
sity Hospital on a Med.- 
Surg. floor. 



Sandra L. Cawley 

Sandy 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Chairman of Uniform 
Committee and Self 
Limited Curfew Commit- 
tee. 

Best "Soul Dancer"! "I 
don't want to talk about 
it- Ri-g-ght." ... 254 
worth of Campus Inn 
Cheese . . . "I've got to 
wash my hair" . . . Analyzes 
doodles. 

Sandy plans a masters in 
Medical-Surgical Nursing. 




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Donna Jean Chemsak 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Choir. 

Remember the "park 
bench by the fountains at 
the Charles Center"? "Ah, 
Ca-volts" . . . riding in a 
Triumph with four on the 
floor" . . . Russian 
dressing. 

Donna plans to work in 
pediatrics. 



Bonnie Lee Collins 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Choir and Pledge. 
"I kid you not"-"darn VA 
hospital!" Likes to paint- 
has a passion for those 
"red engines." . . . "I've 
got to take up skiing." 
Thinks-pink . . . Best part 
of the day ends when my 
alarm clock rings at 7 a.m. 
Future plans include mar- 
riage within a year of 
graduation and work in an 
Intensive Care Unit or 
Shock Trauma Unit. 





Linda S. Coniff 
Cockeysville, Md. 
"Big Banana"-hotdog. 
Traveling to ski . . . 
Linda's future plans are un- 
decided. 




Joanne Cranford 

Bethesda, Md. 
Sigma Thcta Tau and Phi 
Kappa Tau. 

Usually talking about her 
last meal at home-consis- 
ting of ice cream . . . "out 
of sight." In search for that 
best ice cream place in Bal- 
timore which can't be 
found . . . Favorite hobby 
-trying to get out of Balti- 
more as often, quickly and 
cheaply as she can. 



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Rhona Davis 
Baltimore 
Sigma Theta Tau, Phi 
Kappa Phi 

Favorite hobby of taking a 
bus to Richmond every 
weelcend . . . "countdown" 
'til her wedding . . . man- 
ages to "ace" most of her 
subjects . . . Rhona puts 
the rest of us to shame- 
she dresses so well. 
Plans to work as a nurse in 
Richmond and marry. 




Beverly Anne Bearing 

Bev 

Baltimore, Md. 

Handbook Committee, 

Junior Skits. 

Small in size-big in per- 
sonality . . . "Stan and 
Clyde" . . . "going down- 
town?" always on the 
phone- weightwatcher 
. . . "Wait a minute"-soft 
voice. 

Future plans include marri- 
age and nursing in Pediat- 
rics or Public Health. 





Melinda Ruth Dixon 

"M" "Dix" 
Whitehall, Md. 
Committee for Self Limit- 
ing Hours, Handbook Com- 
mittee, Convocation Com- 
mittee. 

Gino Giant . . . "you know 
me-would you believe, 
this one's too tight." . . . 

neatness extreme . . . Love 
that knitting ... "Both 
sides now" . . . Keg of Ale 

. . . "Come on!" 
Future plans include mar- 
riage and OB nursing. 



Pierrette Charlyne Duggins 
"Duggic" or "Pirate" 
Rockville, Md. 
Graduate Uniform Com- 
mittee, Cap Fluting Com- 
mittee, Louisa Parsons ^ 
Nursing Club (Vice Presi- 
dent Soph. Yr.), Little i 
Sister Program. 
Coke-ahohc, always has to 
"find one," ardent fan of 
Peanuts, "I wonder if 1 got 
a letter today?" 
Future plans include Public 
Health Nursing. 




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Rebecca Katherine Evans 
Becky 
Pocomoke, Md. 
Anything over a good beer 
or Rum Collins! . . . "Oh, 
that blind date!" . . . hid- 
ing the top of the desk . . . 
Cheeseburger sub from 
Campus Inn. 

Plans to work in Peds at 
NIH. 



Linda Louise Fahrney 

Hagerstown, Md. 
Big-Little Sister Chairman, 
Choir President-1968, 
Yearbook Staff. Always 
smiling . . . "Oh, Al- 
please!" . . . Whiskey sours 
and candy . . . Can be 
found at Al's apartment. 
Future plans include 
marriage, children, and 
pediatrics. 



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Sandra Falck 
Sandy 
Baltimore, Md. 
Handbook (Student Nurse) 
Committee, Rules Com- 
mittee for Dorm Hours. 
Likes parties, a certain law 
student, sewing, and 
cooking. 

Future plans include 
working in Pediatrics. 




Nancy Malcomson Foltyn 

Wheaton, Md. 
Social Chairman, S.G.A., 
Sigma Theta Tau, Phi 
Kappa Phi, Uniform Com- 
mittee. 

"I wish it were Friday." 
. . . . Cleaning her diamond 
every Friday . . . makes an- 
tiqued wall plaques for her 
future home . . . Sauer- 
kraut at the S.U. . . . Span- 
ish rice at the Hospital- 
Steak at home. "Oh, those 
Wednesday nights after 8 
p.m." 

Future plans include a fam- 
ily and medical nursing. 



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Teri Maria Friedman 
Teri 
Langley Park, Md. 
Yearbook faculty section 
editor, Baltimore-Walter 
Reed Exchange Day Com- 
mittee. 

"What!?" always at Gino's 
with Garrette . . . loves 
those chocolate-chip cook- 
ies .. . "what's the latest 
on Vietnam?" 
Teri is in the Army Nurse 
Corps and will work in Pe- 
diatrics or Public Health. 




Mildred Mae Glaw 
Millie 
Pasadesa, Md. 
S.H.O., choir. 

Those "hick-like" expres- 
sions, I Never Promised 
You a Rose Garden-writ- 
ing poetry . . . Setting her 
hair in beer and never with- 
out a bruise . . . "Babae"— 
oh, that St. Bernard named 
Johann. 





Connie L. Gooch 
Gooch 
Baltimore, Md. 
"I'm not going!" Cakes, 
onion rings, and those 
krimpets-inhales her food. 
"I don't have anything to 
wear" . . . watch her apply 
that make-up. 

Connie plans to get her 
masters in psychiatric nurs- 
ing. 



Judith Claire Harris 
Judy 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Newman Club 1 and 11, 
Committee for Unlimited 
Hours, Convocation. 
"Bob's here!" humm with 
a fantastic funny face- 
loves anything fattening 
. . . favorite habit-dieting. 
Judy's future plans include 
marriage in December '69, 
Pediatric Nursing, and 
raising little Hills. 




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Kathleen Ann Hatfield 
Kathy or Hatfield 
Bethesda, Md. 
Clioix, Newman Club. 
Herb's "Mae", nibbles?, 
sewing, piano playing? . . . 
"The House" . . . irons on 
a chair, bangs on windows 
with brooms, those eyes 
...jamoca almond fudge. 
Kathy's future plans 
include intensive care 
nursing and travel. 



Janice Irene Haynes 
Jan 
Holland, Michigan 
Choir, Baltimore-Walter 
Reed Exchange Day Com- 
mittee. 

"Snokered-ta dum" can- 
dlelight and cold duck-oh, 
those puns!" picks up 
strays of all kinds-collects 
friends . . . "Fort HoUa- 
bird"-after dinner mints 
plus reuben sandwiches. 
Jan's future plans include 
working at Mass. General 
or Public Health Nursing in 
Alaska. 





Donna Catherine Herndon 
Donna 
Washington, D. C. 
Louisa Parsons Nursing 
Club, Sec./Treas., Newman 
Club, Choir, Uniform Com- 
mittee, Poster Committee- 
Homecoming, C. P. Volun- 
teer Program-Prince 
Georges Hospital. 
Loves anything "green" 
and ice cream. "Third floor 
Howard Hall." Collects 
suns, daisies, and medical 
students. 

Donna's future plans in- 
clude nursing in California 
or St. Louis. 




Dena Horton 
"Dena Lou" 

Oxon Hill, Md. 
S.H.O., Choir. 
"I gotta take a nap!" 
Sticks everything in her 
drawers . . . collects reci- 
pes. 3 339 N. Charles 
St. . . . Persuading Fred to 
marry me." Swiss cheese 
and hot fudge sundaes. 



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Nan Carolyn Howard 
Carolyn 
Oxon HUl, Md. 
"Bolshevicks!" . . . Camp- 
ing, rock climbing, and 
scuba diving . . . Canada 
for Christmas. "Fish- 
hooks!" . . . Loves ancient 
history and archeology. 
Work at GW University 
Hospital ... to Europe . . . 
Master's Degree . . . then 
out West. 




Joyce Susan Ireland 
Joycie 
HyattsviUe, Md. 
Padding the bedpan . . . 
Pinning the T-tube to the 
gown . . . Other people's 
cookies . . . "Let's take a 
break." . . . Downtown 
. . . "Sorry about that." 
. . . Trying to fit into 
other's clothes. 





Phyllis KelJy Isaacs 

"Phyl" 
Frederick, Md. 
Junior Class Treasurer, 
Senior Class Treasurer, 
Choir, Uniform Commit- 
tee. 

"Is the door locked?" . . . 
Beans, beans, and more 
beans . . . "That's unreal." 
. . . Favorite haunt - home 
. . . "I'm sorry, what did 
you say?" 

Medical-Surgical nur- 
sing . . . Cooking and clean- 
ing house. 



Gloria Louise Joachim 

Baltimore, Md. 
lunior Class Picnic, 1968, 
"Goals and objectives." 
Plans to work in mcd-surg. 




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Margaret Durbin 

Peggy 
Cove Point, Md. 
Homemakcr . . . Robert 
IVi hour drive to Cove 
Point . . . Geriatrics?!!? 
. . . Baking and putting up 
preserves . . . Walking on 
her beach . . . Loves Mexi- 
co, Mexicans, and Bob . . . 
"Miny, miny, lecvcr cells." 
Hopes for at least one set 
of twins. 



Mary Theresa Klingelliofer 
"Klink" 
Randallstown, Md. 
Choir, Cap fluting commit- 
tee, cap and pin, collegiate 
4-H, Dorm Social Commit- 
tee. 

"People; death and pain." 
. . . UMI and covered 
bridges . . . "Good to nic" 
. . . plays cupid. 
Plans to specialize in cardi- 
ac nursing, and administer 
good nursing care to John 
F. Stann Jr. 




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Mary Frances Kozel 
Czech 
Columbus, Ga. 
Choir. 

"Watch it girlie" . . . 
marches, demonstrations, 
and especially "freedom" 
. . . brandy Aiexanders . . . 
procrastination ... "I pro- 
test". 

"I plan to cry a lot", and 
have weekends off. 




Beverly Jane Meadows 
Bev 
Hanover, Md. 
Modem dance club, Louisa 
Parson's Nursing Club, 
choir, uniform committee, 
cap and pin. 

"My Bobbie is coming 
home!" ... service time 
plus griping . . . putting 
rectal thermometers in 
backwards. 

Marriage in July, and pos- 
sibly a stay in Alaska as an 
Army wife . . . specializing 
in adolescent nursing. 



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Kathleen J. Michalski 
Kathy 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Married life-it's a real 
activity, believe me! 
"Steak and lobstcr-or the 
most expensive thing on 
the menu." . . . Joseph. 
Future plans are hazy. 




Carole Miller 
Garrett Park, Md. 
Choir, Dorm Orientation 
Chairman. 

Ice Cream at University 
Dairy . . . cherry roily 
poUy . . . Gary and the 
"flight" to CoUege Park 
. . . the bus terminal. 
Future plans are indefinite. 





Marianne Elizabeth Miller 
MiUer 
Walkcrsville, Md. 
"Ri— ght!" . . . Scotch, 
sleep, eyelashes . . . likes to 
sew and read novels . . . 
lip-biter . . . lobster and 
prunes . . . The House, 
Campus Inn . . . Smile. 
Plans to enter medical-surg- 
ical nursing. 



Jennie Ann Moore 
"Jen" 
Arbutus, Md. 
"Sweetie." . . . early 
riser . . . Brushes her 
teeth in the room??? 
. . . liver and chocolate 
covered cherries . . . 
College Park on week- 
ends. 

Plans to enter Medical- 
Surgical Nursing. 




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Diana Marie Mosco 
"Loverly" 
White Marsh, Md. 
Choir, Newman. 
Party snapshots . . . sleep- 
ing .. . "soul sister" Moe's 
. . . charger Shirley Mac- 
Laine . . . The House '7 
and 1' . . . always late . . . 
rocking and 'socking . . . 
procrastinates. 
Future plans include work 
at University Hospital and 
possibly marriage. 



Regina M. Moses 
Gaithersburg, Md. 

Star gazing- "on Star Trek 

that is." . . . "yuk." . . . 

Cats and more cats . . . 

Cross-country camping . . . 

Can be found reading up 

on her history. 

Future plans include work 

in a hospital in Washington 

D. C. area. Later? 





Eileen Nagel 

"I" 
Harmony, Md. 
Choir, Yearbook Staff, 
NCF. 

"Oh, Frip!" . . . Gets 
things done in plenty of 
time . . . "Oh, poosh-I'm 
madder than a bear cat's 
kitten." Cooking~and en- 
joying pizza and spaghetti. 
Future includes intensive 
care nursing in a medical 
unit. 




Nancy Davidson Neal 
Nance 
Baltimore, Md. 
Marriage. 

"Well gang" . . . favorite 
subject-Bill. Crazy grape- 
fruit and cream of wheat 
diets-Perky's Pancake 
House . . . needlepoint. 
Future includes work at 
University Hospital. 



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Jeanette Paul Olson 

"Jeanie" 
Baltimore, Md. 
The Blue Jay Restaurant- 
submarines and chow 
main . . . Collects stereo 
records . . . usually found 
preparing those exotic 
dishes. 

Future-psychiatric nursing 
or medical-surgical nursing. 




Linda Marie Palmateer 
LP 
College Park, Md. 
Social Chairman Jr. Class, 
Vice-president Senior class, 
Student-faculty 
committee. Library com- 
mittee. 

Anything wow ... 
"yippie" .. . "Boo Hiss" 
the fountain . . . JBW . . . 
laughing, ice cream sand- 
wiches and always search- 
ing . . . "Zow" . . . Trying 
to smoke and trying to 
drink. 

Future- University Hos- 
pital for awhile-then an 
unknown city! Master's 
Degree. 





Corentheis Bernadette Perry 
Connie 
Baltimore, Md. 
Junior Class Historian, 
Senior Class Secretary, 
Yearbook staff. 
The perfect dresser, a 
bright orange dress, a pair 
of big earrings and a 
bouncing walk . . . Loves 
to wear knee highs without 
shoes around the dorm. 
Future -Medical-surgical 
nursing -hopefully inten- 
sive care; Marriage. 



Gail Elizabeth Prince 
Gayle 
Timonium, Md. 
Decorating committee 
homecoming, NCF-Jr. 
year, 1968 Pledge staff, 
1969 "Pledge" Editor, Big 
Sister. 

"1 don't believe it" .... 
Fixing Carol's slats .... 
Collecting Betty Crocker 
products-only 16 days to 
"B" day! . . . "Hump-day" 
. . . Buried in the Pledge 
. . . Berry!! 

Future-Marital bUss as 
Mrs. Hill, Pediatrics-Public 
Health. 




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Carol Lucille Raab 

Silver Spring, Md. 
Homecoming Decorating 
Committee, Yearbook 
Staff, Senior Section Head, 
Clioir, Dorm Big Sister. 
"Oil, I can see it coming." 
. . . "Wait a minute, let's 
start all over again." . . . 
Let's go "Dutch." . . . 
"Don't elope." Pierre. 
Adores petite things; the 
ocean, the moon and Peter 
. . . Wavy lines for em- 
phasis . . . "Open-faced 
sandwiches" . . . Weekends 
at Randolph -Macon 
College. 

Plans a June 14th wedding, 
and nursing in Richmond, 
Viiginia-possibly in Public 
Health. 



Paula Carole Reuter 

Rota-Rooter 

Oxon HiU, Md. 

Choir, Student Council 

Treasurer. 

"Karrabonga!" . . . Greek 
pastries and cheeseburgers; 
writing letters; compulsive 
"neatness," . . . Kassolis' 
residence . . . Weekends. 
Plans to nurse in either 
Canada or New England. 





Judy Irene Rlioad 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Nurses' Christian Fellow- 
ship, Choir, Big Sister, 
Senior Class Historian, 
Yearbook Business Man- 
ager. 

"My Honey is ...!".. . 
"Oh, man." Three Mus- 
keteers and Instant Break- 
fast, "It's a two aspirin and 
a Darvon headache." 
11980 Andrew Street. .. 
"Let's hope she starts . . . 
Better call Triple 
A" . . . Sewing on her 
wedding dress . . . Glen. 
Plans include a June 
wedding and work in a 
Coronary Care Unit. 




Jacqueline E. Rosensteen 
Jackie 
Baltimore, Md. 
Homecoming Dance Dec- 
orations Chairman, Year- 
book Artist. 

"The Bod!". . . SmUe!! 
. . . "Oh! This place!" . . . 

"You're not going to 
believe what I just did." 

. . . "If I don't get a seat 
on that plane." I am loved. 
Coffee, smoking, playing, 
procrastination, Scotch; 
The House! Nightly walks, 
Marlboro country, Depres- 
sion, Cooking, Sewing, 
Knitting, Painting, Char- 
coal sketches. 

Plans a Medical-Surgical 
nursing career. 



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Bette Ann Russ 
Silver Spring, Md. 

S.G.A. Vice President 

"Oh, Spit!" . . . Getting as 

little sleep as possible . . . 

Fort Holabird! . . . Prime 

ribs . . . Paperbacks. 

Future plans are to work in 

a pediatric hospital. 




Andrea J. Sadey 
Sadey 
Baltimore, Md. 
Junior Class President, 
Yearbook staff. 
Out only with a refreshing 
draft Monday through Sun- 
d ay . . . Junior Med- 
Surg??? . . . Madison's ri- 
val!! . . . Campus Inn and 
Gentlemen II. 
Future includes buying a 
car, traveling, and working 
in an Emergency Room. 





Sr. Mary Caritas SchJow 
Caritas 
West Springfield, Mass. 
"Oh good grief!" . . . 
"You're too much!" . . . 
Blushing . . . Collages and 
creative writing ... Ice 
cream . . . Love. 
Plans to nurse in a Medical- 
Surgical area at Bon 
Secours Hospital. 



Vicki Ann Scott 
Frederick, Md. 
Choir, Yearbook staff. 
"Humph, it must be nice!" 
... "1 know he'll be late." 
. . . "Are you going out 
again?" . . . Whiskey sours 
and steak . . . Electric Pad 
. . . Sleeping. 

Future includes marriage, 
and nursing in Frederick or 
for the government. 




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Sr. Mary Andrew 
Shimo, CBS. 
Baltimore, Md. 
"Aw, come on now!" 
"Should I make it a little 
shorter?" That's one nun 
with more outfits than the 
rest of us put together. Is 
that a nun? -No, it's a 
classmate! Bathing beauty 
at picnics. 

Plans to do medical or 
urological nursing. 



Pamela Jeanne Shipley 

Frederick, Md. 
Choir, Yearbook staff. 
Uniform committee. 
"Oh, great!" ... "Don't 
forget me!" . . . Biting nails 
and kissing roommate . . . 
Rick . . . Chocolate and 
any food! 

Future includes marriage 
and nursing in the Balti- 
more area. 




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Judith Sloop 
Judi 

Bethesda, Md. 
Hall president, Choir, Stu- 
dent Council Executive 
Committee, Freshman- 
Sophomore Tour Com- 
mittee, Faculty Student 
Tea Committee. 
"Hang on Sloopie." . . . 
"Oh, honestly!"..."! 
don't believe that hap- 
pened-what a riot!" 
Sewing, Sailing, Bridge, 
Nail-biting. Daiquiris, 
Whiskey Sours and mashed 
potatoes. John. 
Future includes marriage 
and work in a C.C.U. 




Gail Suzanne Smith 

Westminster, Md. 
Jr. Class Secretary, Jr. 
Class picnic chairman. Co- 
chairman of Yearbook 
Activities section. Choir. 
"WeU, I try to look at it 
optimistically." . . . "Oh, 
sugar!" Vitamins, Contacs, 
Singapore Slings . . . Get- 
ting up early. Cooking at 
Don's, Gab sessions and 
Phone conversations. 
Pecora's. 

Future plans include home- 
making, nursing, and 
traveling. 



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Karen Smith 
Smitty 

Cheveily, Md. 
Judicial Board Member. 
"Don't leave tea bags on 
my side of the desk." . . . 
"Boston's the place!" . . . 
"The House"-! love it 
here! . . . Beer and Diet 
foods . . . The Inn and Li- 
brary. 

Future includes plans to re- 
tire to Boston. 




Margaret Phillips Stevens 
Marty 
Brunswick, Md. 
Jelly Beans . . . Sandy. 
Plans to do Neurosurgical 
nursing. 




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Dianne Stewart 
Di 
Pasadena, Md. 
"Where we gonna get the 
money?" . . . "When are 
we gonna go to Califor- 
nia?" . . . Olives and 
pickles . . . Giving Hubby 
a hard time! . . . Varsity 
GriU. 

Plans to work in either re- 
habilitative or obstetric 
areas in Washington, D. C. 



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Imogene Stockslager 
Sunny 
Rockville, Md. 
Hall president. Executive 
Council member. Choir, Sr. 
S.N. CM. representative, 
Co-editor of Yearbook. 
"Great day Miss Agnes!" 
. . . Fried cnicken and 
Mushroom pizzas . .. 
Jim . . . Cracking gum . . . 
Shakey's. 

Future includes marriage 
and Med-Surg. nursing. 




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Karen Tatum 

Adclphi, Md. 
Choir 

"Oh-h-h, right!!" BiU . . . 
Italian food. 

Future includes Army 
Nurse Corps. 



Patricia Tatum 
Pat 

Adelphi, Md. 
Choir. 

"Oh, good grief!" Mike 
. . . Italian food. 
Future includes Army 
Nurse Corps and marriage. 





Paula J. Taylor 
"P. J." 

Framingham, Massachusetts 
Transfer from WRAIN. 
"You've got to be kidding 
me" . . . anything fatten- 
ing . . . "my fiance" . . . 
Washington and Alex- 
ander-sewing or knitting. 
Future holds marriage and 
a Master's degree in 
Psychiatry. 




Sue Ann Thomas 
Susie 
Adelphi, Md. 
Hall President-Junior 
year, Junior skits. 
"Be true" . . . trys to sit on 
her hands . . . diet 
obsession, elevating feet- 
frosted hair, going 
bald . . . the "mini-mighty 
nurse" . . . Mother of the 
house. 

Plans to work on chest 
side. 



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Janet Hull Thompson 
EUicottCity, Md. 
Tutoring underprivileged 
children; Sigma Theta Tau; 
Phi Kappa Phi, Nurses 
Christian Fellowship. 
Sleeping in class . . . talking 
to Bill for hours. Mama's 
homebaked cookies; "I'm 
getting married." Every- 
thing's yellow. 
Possibly Public Health. 




Katharine Wahaus 
Kathi 
Baltimore, Md. 
Choir, President- Student 
Council, Vice President- 
Student Government 
Board. 

"Oh-h-h, I'll never make 
this hand" waiting 'til the 
last minute . . . "Wayne, 
really!!" losing things. 
Marriage- future plans. 





Pamela P. Watson 

Pam 

Bethesda, Md. 

Dorm Big Sister 

"Ya know what I mean 

Future includes Pediatrics. 



Kathleen Clements Wechsler 
Kathy 
Beltsville, Md. 
Getting engaged and mar- 
ried in two months. 
Collects pennies-"does 
anyone have any pennies?" 
NO, it's Mrs. not Miss . . . 
little ole lady-all "pattsy 
and pansy". 

Hopes to earn $1,000 to 
get to Korea and be with 
her husband. 




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Joan Weintraub 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Dorm Big Sister, Pledge 
Staff. 

"Are you kidding?" 
Plans include marriage and 
work in Pediatrics. 



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Margaret WiUiams 
Ashton, Md. 
Wife, mother of two teen- 
agers, and nurse. 
"Oh, you know . . . "Keep- 
ing house for her family 
. . . "Gee!" . . . Observing 
the horseback and mini- 
bike riding of her teen- 
agers. 

Future plans: Further edu- 
cation in nursing. 




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Mary Ann Yukon 
Baltimore, Md. 
Choir- 
Likes to crochet . . . "Oh, 
fudge!" ... I don't believe 
Bonnie and her catsup . . . 
"Whoopie-do!" 
Marriage in June, then the 
Army Nurse Corps. 




Jon Stefanie Zimmerman 
Jonnie 
Laurel, Md. 
Junior Class Vice-Presi- 
dent, Senior Class Presi- 
dent. 

"I love it here!" . . . Drink- 
ing coffee in the early 
A.M. . . . Singing "Differ- 
ent Drum" . . . "Ah-ah-ah- 
a-a!" . . . Onion rings . . . 
Those streets of Baltimore 
. . . Knitting . . . "That's 
too bad." 



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Seniors not pictured: 

Patricia Altenburg 
Susan W. Burtram 
Barbara C. Jacobs 
Linda J. Roberts 
Mary "Jan" Wire 
Betty "Jeanne" Coale 



'Time-the essence of life." 




■'Friendship overcomes miles." 





"A cup of tea and thee." 



"Team=togetherness=life ." 



■'Together— a mirror of memories." 



BALTIMORE GRADUATES 
FEBRUARY -1970 




Class officers: SheniU Van Antwerp, secretary-treasurer; Lillian Kiebnan, 
president; Kay Ferguson, historian. Class advisor: Mary Ann Anderson (not 
shown). 




Judy Carlene Bankhead 

Chastity 
Martinsburg, West Virginia 
SHO, Man AUve, Worrier's 
Club, Black Admissions 
Committee, measles vac- 
cine finalist, service time. 
"P.I.S.S.S." ... "I hear the 
voice of spring." . . . scissor 
hold . . . singing . . . 
Campus Inn, hospital cafe- 
teria, all meetings . . . 
Dudes, lemons . . . Harry 
and formings revolutions. 
Psychiatric nursing is really 
her field! 



Sallie Jane Bielil 

Sallie 

Silver Spring, Maryland 

Big Sister, Graduation 

Committee. 

"I'm not going to clean it 
up." . . . drinking instant 
coffee with powdered 
milk . . . sewing, knitting, 
painting, skiing . . . phone 
calls from Cincinnati, 
Ohio . . . meatloaf. 
Is planning a trip to 
Europe. 




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Patricia Ann Bowers 

Pat 
HyattsvUle, Maryland 
Hall president, Big Sister, 
choir. 

"Hi, John." . . . "Let's do 
something exciting." . . . 
setting hair after it is dry, 
jumping beds during study 
breaks . . . Ambassa- 
dor .. . chicken sand- 
wiches. 

Hopes to go into intensive 
care nursing. 




Diana Lynn Bowersock 
Soch 
Towson, Maryland 
Class social chairman, 
Denton 4th floor publicity 
chairman, Worrier's Club, 
chairman of "Tiny Tots" 
for PACE. 

"Oh no! I'm so up- 
set." . . . "Gape!!" . . . 
chewing pens to death . . . 
collecting Dicks . . . any 
bar and ladies rooms . . . 
canned asparagus with 
mayonnaise, chicken 
livers . . . other people's 
problems. 

Intends to be a psychiatric 
patient. 





Susan Lynn Brill 

Sue 
Bethesda, Maryland 
The Pledge staff, service 
time, guinea pig for 
measles vaccine. 
"Howard . . . Howard 
who?" . . . trying to find 
time to ride her horse, 
talking on the red phone 
. . . Keg of Ale . . . cheese- 
cake . . . surgery. 
Her busy plans include a 
trip to Europe, marriage, 
and being a member of a 
thoracic and open heart 
surgical team. 



Carolyn Byrd 
DB 

Baltimore, Maryland 
Big Sister, Louisa Parsons 
Nursing Club, Young 
Democrats. 

"Not hardly." . . . five 
minutes late to class . . . 
sewing . . . premie nursery 
and track meets . . . 
pepperoni pizza. 
Already has a job in the 
neonatal intensive care 
unit. 




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Kathleen Marie 
Cantwell 
Kathy 
Hillctest Heights, Maryland 
Big Sister, Newman Club, 
Christmas Decoration 
Committee, Graduation 
Committee. 

"To the extent 
of ...".. . talking . . . 
cooking, guitar . . . The 
Place That Louie Dwells 
and Acapulco . . . tuna fish 
sandwiches. 

Graduation is first on the 
Ust. 



Gloria Hyatt Casey 

Gloria 
Baltimore, Maryland 
Service time in the Emer- 
gency Room. 

"1 went downtown to do a 
little shopping, AND . . " 
... on again off again . . . 
knitting and learning to 
cook for her husband . . . 
ER on Friday nights . . . 
roast beef subs from the 
Campus Inn. 

Either surgical nursing or 
Public Health is in her 
future. 






Eileen Davis 

Eileen 

Silver Spring, Maryland 

Big Sister, Graduation 

Committee. 

"Beautiful" . . . smoking 
and coughing . . . raising 
turtles . . . Tomfoolery . . . 
tuna fish sandwiches with 
lettuce and tomatoes. 
She plans to graduate first! 




Bonnie Lee Disharron 
B. or Bon 
Salisbury, Maryland 
Committee for self limiting 
hours. Judicial Board. 
"What's up?" . . . 
"Whoopie" . . . hairdresser 
of the third floor . . . 
guitar . . . Keg of Ale, 
Ocean City . . . crab im- 
perial. 

Is still undecided about the 
future. 



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Kathleen T. Ferguson 
Kay 
Alexandria, Virgiiiia 
Class historian. Pledge 
staff. Big Sister, Student- 
Faculty Committee, Grad- 
uation Committee chair- 
man, service time. 
"I think I'll go call 
David" . . . sleeping in 
class, wandering around 
the dorm . . . photography, 
embroidery, David . . . 
Boston . . . rare steak and 
champagne. 

Would like to work at 
Massachusetts General. 




Joann Dorace Fike 
F.Q. 
Takoma Park, Maryland 
SHO, choir. Committee for 
self limiting hours. 
"Hi ya, hi ya, hi ya." . . . 
drinking . . . camping . . . 
Campus Inn, Burke's Bar, 
Keg of Ale . . . onion rings 
and all drinks . . . alcohol- 
ism, politics, and civil 
riglits. 

After one year at Univer- 
sity she hopes to be nurs- 
ing in Uganda, Africa. 




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Carol Grice Ford 
Carol 
Havre de Grace, Maryland 
Big Sister, choir. 
"Let me tell you." . . . "Do 
you believe that?" . . . nap 
taker, drinking metrecal 
for lunch . . . sewing, cook- 
ing .. . home with Jim . . . 
lasagna, shrimp, rice. 
Can't wait to start her 
family. 



LUlian Cecelia Kielman 
LSL, Lillie 
Catonsville, Maryland 
SHO, Worrier's Club, class 
president, Student-Faculty 
Committee, volunteer 
worker at Washington 
Children's Center for O.E., 
5th floor Elkton fire 
marshal and proctor. 
"WOW! I brought a color 
TV." ... "1 love It, I love 
it." . . . gurgling in the 
shower . . . "PSP" popper, 
finding a meeting to go 
to . . . Surf Board Room, 
Davage HaU, hospital cafe- 
teria . . . canned hot dogs, 
Chinese mustard . . . 
finding a way out of here. 
Will be a lieutenant in the 
Army Nurse Corps. 




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PhyOis Ann Koenig 
P.K. 
Timonium, Maryland 
Alpha Gamma Delta Soror- 
ity, Free State Party, SGA 
newsletter, Big Sister, 
Graduation Committee. 
"We don't need this kind 
of aggravation!" . . . sitting 
on the end of Shenill's 
bed . . . dogs and 
horses . . . anywhere but 
here. 
First comes graduation! 



John H. Kostenbauer 
John 
Sheridan, Wyoming 
"You, girls ...!"... 
listening to all our prob- 
lems . . . rodeo events, fish- 
ing, football . . . Campus 
Inn . . . steak and beer. 
The U.S. Army Nurse 
Corps for at least two 
years. 





Sandra K. Litchfield 

SK, SSS 
Edgewood, Maryland 
SHO, Worrier's Club. 
"Good night, Santa 
Mouse." . . . taking 
GelusU ... ice skating, art, 
collecting pop can 
tops . . . hospital cafe- 
teria . . . cold Uma beans, 
chicken livers with 
gravy . . . alcoholism. 
First a trip to Europe then 
on to surgical nursing. 




Therese Marie Mcintosh 

Terry 
West Hyattsville, Maryland 
Newman Club, Big Sister. 
Providing navel oranges for 
the 6 th floor, cleaning her 
diamond every Friday 
afternoon . . . crocheting 
her afghan, collecting mail 
on first home decorat- 
ing .. . anywhere with 
Donald . . . sauerkraut at 
the Union, subs from 
Donald. 

Intends to combine 
medical-surgical nursing 
with a family and marriage. 



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Barbara Jane Murphy 
Babs 
Bowie, Maryland 
Newman Center. 
"Oh rats." . . . "Have 
fun!" . . . playing the 
guitar, horseback rid- 
ing .. . loves to travel, 
beaches, mountains . . . 
crab, lobster, spaghetti and 
wine . . . interested in 
people and psychology. 
Plans to go into either 
pediatrics or psychiatric 
nursing. 




Patricia Baden 
O'Donnell 
Pat 
Brandywine, Maryland 
HaU academic chairman, 
Louisa Parsons Nursing 
Club, Big Sister, pediatrics 
party chairman. 
"... And 1 don't want to 
hear about the paper I 
haven't done." . . . "That's 
my Odie!" . . . studies in 
an Army shirt and 
jeans ... a definite "morn- 
ing people" . . . sewing . . . 
gallons of coffee. 
Plans to mix pediatric 
nursing with lots of kids of 
her own. 





Ruth Patsy Riley 
Patti 
Hagerstown, Maryland 
"You are so queer!" . . . 
Jeff on the weekend, 
spending money . . . 
giggles . . . Tony's pizza 
and beer . . . eight hours of 
sleep . . . mathematics. 
Has several things in mind 
but nothing definite. 



Kathleen Marie Steer 
Kathy 

Pennsauken, New Jersey 
Alpha Xi Delta-past trea- 
surer, Ski Club, hall fire 
marshal. Graduation Com- 
mittee. 

"I'm loved." . . . skiing, 
organ, swimming, skating, 
tennis, and men . . . USNA, 
Oral Surgery Department, 
and Europe ... a very 
sound sleeper. 
Plans a very busy future of 
nursing, teaching, flying, 
and traveling. 




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SherriU Lea 
Van Antwerp 
Tiny Mouse 
Bel Ail, Maryland 
Class secretary-treasurer, 
SHO, Big Sister, Diogenes. 
"Poop" . . . "No, seri- 
ously" . . . nippy naps 
every two hours . . . ex- 
plaining slang to Tena, 
knitting . . . College Park, 
the "John" ... all foods. 
Graduation is her goal. 



NOT PICTURED 



Martha L. Mackley 
Martha 

Woodbine, Maryland 
Hall president, Big Sister, 
Graduation Committee. 
"Can 1 bum a cig- 
arette?" . . . male watcher, 
mail box watcher . . . 
sewing, drawing, 
tennis . . . rare steak. 
Plans to combine Europe, 
art school, and nursing. 



Bunny Sylvia Parrino 
Bunny 
Baltimore, Maryland 
Horseback riding, tennis, 
swimming . . . smoking . . . 
former United steward- 
ess .. . employee at the 
Gentleman II. 



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"I'll give my hand 

to those who cannot see 

the sunrise or the falling rain: 
I'll sing my song 

to cheer the weary along: 
I'll share my faith 

with every troubled heart. 
I'll give my hand, 

I'll sing my song, 

I'll share my faith .... 
Because I know 

that the time is now 
to fulfill each vow. 
For I may never pass this way again.' 




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WALTER REED 
SENIOR CLASS 
A TIME TO REMEMBER 



Do we still believe in "To do a common thing uncommonly well"— our class 

mo tto ? 
Remember when we could sing our class song, "Walter Reed", without tears? 
Long ago we wondered, "What will this day be like?" as we prepared our 

first skit-"The Sound of WRAIN-DROPS". 
—Remember back to the faculty's protest, and their answer to us, "The 

Faculty Follies". 
—Remember being all thumbs when we tried to flute our caps? 
—the beginning of Miss Runamuck in "Life— Army Style"— our welcome to 

the new juniors? 
—getting up for revelry at 0600 to meet the new juniors? 
—the joy of having a 7 week vacation— without pay!! 
—then, are we really seniors? 

—the faculty trying to persuade us how mature we have grown! 
—the loss of Sgt. Mendez! 
—soon WRAIN gained a new director— and we had to say good-bye to Col. 

Ewen until July! 
—those long tiring days of washing faculty cars so our class wouldn't go 

bankrupt! 
—those teas where we developed social graces while talking with 3 star 

generals! 
—weekly round trips to Fort Belvoir-especially in winter snow! 
—the exciting adventures of riding an Army bus! ? 
—the new name tags sprouting all over the place! 
—the birth of our own newspaper! 
—all the many joys and happiness, sadness and hard times that we shared 

with each other! 
—Suddenly panic as we fill out dream sheets and where in this wide world do 

we go? 

—200 day, 150 day, 100 days parties!! 

—joy, but sadness as we plan for our big weekend of convocation and grad- 
uation! 
—What, me, finally becoming an officer in the Army? 
—And so much more to come!! 



"I shall pass this way but once 

Any good I can do, any kindness I can show 

Let me do it now. 

Let me not neglect or deter it, 

For I shall never pass this way again. " 



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OFFICERS 




Vice-President; Maigarita Suarez 




Treasurer: Sandy Alper 




Secretary: Pat Ouimette 



President 

Sandy Greenquist 





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Social Chairman: Susan Kauftman 



SANDRA MICHELE ALPER 
"Sandy" 
Babylon, New York 
University of Connecticut. 
Treasurer-Sr. Class, Pledge Staff, 
WRAIN Chorus, Sigma Theta Tau. 
"But I can't get up in the 5's." 





NANCY LEIGH ADAMS 
Hyattsville, Maryland 
University of Maryland. WRAIN 
Chorus, Pledge Staff, Sigma Theta 
Tau, Phi Kappa Phi, SNCM. 
"Zap!" 



CAROL ANN ARMSTRONG 

Dubuque, Iowa 

University of Iowa. 




KATHY BARNHART 
Altoona, Pennsylvania 
Duquesne University 
University of Arizona 
SNCM, Sigma Theta Tau. 







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SHIRLEY ANN BEER 

"Shirley-Shirley" 

Mandan, North Dakota 

Mount Marty CoUege 




CAROLYN SOLLAR BLASDEL 
AmariUo, Texas 
University of New Mexico 
Sigma Theta Tau, Phi Kappa Phi. 
"No one understands us crabby 
people." 




LINDA JOYCE BURTON 
"B" 

LaGrange, Georgia 
Emory-at-oxford, University of 
Georgia 
"Dig that Southern drawl!" 



KATHLEEN McEWAN BRUDERMAN 
"Kathy" 
Bowie, Maryland 
St. Joseph College 
"What a way to spend Christmas!" 




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VI#»VtRSITV Of MAfitUIW 

BALTWORt 



DIANA STOVER CAPLAN 
Kingsley 
Drake University 
"Stu" 





MICHELE POWERS CAMERON 

"Mickie" 

Fairfax, Virginia 

Villanova University 

"Why is he so near and yet so far?' 



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JANET SCHAEFFER CASH 
Garland, Texas 
University of Arkansas 
"Before you love, learn to run 
through snow, leaving no foot 
print." 




LINDA LOU CLOYD 

"Clod" 

Erie, Pennsylvania 

Case-Western Reserve University 

"Yo!" 




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JUDITH ANN CLUCHEY 
"Clutch" 
Newburgh, New York 
Russell Sage CoUege 
"Issie Tough?" 
"A Dream Girl." 




ANN LUCILLE CORLEY 

St. Louis, Missouri 

St. Louis University 

Fontbonne College 

WRAMC Theatre Company, SNCM. 

'Has a minor in theatrical work?" 




BARBARA ANN DEIN 
"Barb" 
San Antonio, Texas 
Trinity University 
University of Texas 
"Where oh where shall I be 
stationed?" 



ELIZABETH JEANNE CORSO 
"Betty" 
Silver Spring, Maryland 
University of Maryland 
WRAIN Chorus, Class Historian. 
"Be not anxious about what you 
have, but about what you are." 




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BETTY JEAN ERICKSON 
LaFayette, Illinois 
University of Illinois 
"She has a unique style of wit!' 





JULIA TIMERMAN ELMORE 
"Julie" 
Willow Grove, Pennsylvania 
Bradley University 
WRAIN Chorus. 
"She certainly can sing!" 



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SUZANNE J. PARIS 
"Monster" 
Columbia, South Carolina 
University of South Carolina 
"What kind of question is that?' 




DENISE CHRISTINE FELLER 

Helena, Montana 

Rocky Mountain College 

Student Body President, SGA, 

SNCM, WRAIN Newspaper Staff. 




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MICHELE FERNAN 

"Micki" 
Pulaski, New York 
D'Youville College 
Syracuse University 




MARY CHARLOTTE FLINCHBAUGH 

"Mimi" 
Vienna, Virginia 
George Washington University 
University of Maryland 
"Blessed are they who run around 
in circles, for they shall be known 
as big wheels." 




JENNIE VOGLER GOODWIN 

"Jennie" 
San Diego, California 
WRAIN Chorus 

"Love bears all things, believes all 
things, hopes all things, endures all 
things." 



ELEANOR VERONICA FRANK 
"Lynn" 
Riverside, New Jersey 
Dusquesne University 
University of Arizona 
SNCM, Sigma Theta Tau, Phi 
Kappa Phi. 




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ROCHELLE GYSLER 

"SheUey" 
Plentywood, Montana 
Montana State University 
Social Chairman-Jr. Class. 
"GS:0" "My GS factor is zero!!" 





SANDRA KAY GREENQUIST 
"San" "Boris" 
Norfolk, Virginia 
Arkansas Tech 

President-Sr. Class, SGA, Student 
Government Council. 
"You say May will be a busy 
month?" 



KAREN SUE HAASE 
Napoleon, Ohio 
Ohio State University 
Social Chaimian-WRAIN, Student 
CouncU, WRAIN Newspaper Staff. 
"Why are men such buzzards?" 




BARBARA JEAN HESSELMAN 
"Hessel" 
New Alexandria, Pa. 
University of Pittsburgh 
Carnegie Melon University 
WRAIN Chorus, Pledge Staff- J r 
WRAMC Theatre Company. 




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BETTE SUE HILL 
Pensacola, Florida 

Florida State University 

Sigma Theta Tau. 

"Is anyone going to dinner?" 




PATRICIA ANN HOLSHUE 
"Pat" 
Helena, Montana 
St. Mary College 
Pledge Editor, WRAIN Chorus. 
"Yearbook? What Yearbook?" 
"Known to date; 'The Bearded 
One'!!" 




CONSTANCE GOLAS ISON 

"Polak" 

Littleton, Colorado 

Student Representative. 

"Gook!" "God bless the Polaks!!' 



ANITA GALE HUMPHREYS 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Northwestern State College 

"Our class bird from Cajun Land, 

USA!" "To thine own self be true." 




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LOUISE ELAINE JOHNSON 
"Ouiji" 
Dumont, Iowa 
University of Iowa 
"I'm a witch!" 





MARTHA MEAD JENNINGS 
"Marty" 
LaCrosse, Wisconsin 
University of Wisconsin 
WRAIN Chorus. 

"The happy housewife-she sure 
can cook!" 



JOHNNIE SUE JORDAN 

"John" 

Kenosha, Wisconsin 

Baylor University University of 

Wisconsin 

WRAIN Chorus-Sr. Chairman, Stu- 
dent Representative, Pledge Staff, 
SNCM, Sigma Theta Tau, Phi 
Kappa Phi. 

"Nothing is worth more than this 
day. Real generosity toward the 
future lies in giving aU to the 
present." 




JOANNE FRANCIS KANE 
"Joannie" 
Hamburg, New York 
D'Youville College 
Syracuse University 
WRAMC Theater Company, Unit 
Fund Representative. 




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SANDRA LYNN KILLEY 

"Sandy" 

San Antonio, Texas 

Trinity University 

"When y'all come to San Antonio 




PAMELA JO KOPONEN 
"Pam" 
Detroit, Michigan 
University of Michigan 
WRAIN Chorus, SGA Secretary. 
"The true Miss Runamuck— we'll 
never forget the green machine." 




KAREN ANN LOUGH 
Steele, Alabama 
Juanita College 

WRAIN Chorus, Treasurer-Jr. 
Class, Pledge Staff, WRAIN News- 
paper Staff, Unit Fund Alternate. 
"What's so special about Flag Day? 
Stock holder in the New Jersey 
Turnpike." 



MARTHA JEAN LEWIS 
"Marty" 
Henning, Minnesota 
University of Minnesota 
WRAIN Chorus - accompanist, 
WRAIN Newspaper Staff. 
"Senior class goody-goody. The tail 
thin blond who plays the piano." 




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ANN MARIE MALONEY 
Islington, Mass. 
University of Massachusetts 
WRAIN Chorus. 

"How many miles can you go on a 
3-day pass?" "Guess where I'm 
going this weekend?" 





SUSAN LOW 
Tucson, Arizona 
University of Arizona 
Sigma Theta Tau, Phi Kappa Phi, 
SNCM, Pledge Staff. 



VICTORIA ANNE MARCHLIK 
"Vicki" 
Chester, Pennsylvania 
Mount Mercy College 
Pledge Staff, WRAIN Chorus, 
WRAIN Newspaper Staff, Class 
Historian. 

"To dream the impossible dream- 
wUl I ever make it?" "Always there 
with her handy camera!" 




JERRY ANN MARTIN 

Grissom A.F.B., Indiana 

Texas Woman's University 

"Nothing succeeds Uke success! 




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MARIANNE CECILIA MEYER 
Miami, Florida 
Barry College 




KATHLEEN ANN MOSSING 
"Nurse Missing" 
Napoleon, Ohio 
Ohio State University 
WRAIN Newspaper Staff. 




MADELINE ANNE NEY 

"Lynn" 

Pottsville, Pa. 

St. Joseph College 

President-Jr. Class, Sigma Theta 

Tau. 

"Well, what country haven't I been 
in yet?" 



GEORGIA LYN NARSAVAGE 
"George" 
Avoca, Pennsylvania 
Albright College 
WRAIN Chorus. 

"Oh.... Piffle!!" "A Weekend 
Warriar" "Only — more hours until 
I see Peter!" 




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CLAIRE OOSTERHOF 

MerrillviUe, Indiana 
Indiana University 
Secretary -Jr. Class. 
"... in spite of everything I still 
believe that people are really good 
at heart." 





NANCY KAY OLSON 
"Nance" 

Menomonie, Wisconsin 
University of Wisconsin 
WRAIN Chorus. 
"Joy comes in the morning." 



PATRICIA J. OUIMETTE 
"Patti" 
Independence, Missouri 
University of Missouri 
Secretary-Sr. Class. 
"Our Peppermint Patti! What 
thing to say to a girl!" 




LYNETTE JEAN PAARMANN 
Davenport, Iowa 
University of Iowa 
Sigma Theta Tau, Phi Kappa Phi. 




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SUSAN MARIE PEASLEE 

"Susie" 
Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin 
University of Wisconsin 
WRAIN Clionis, Pledge Staff. 
"Love is just around the corner, but 
which corner?" 




DIANNE LEE PECKENS 
Howell, Michigan 
Michigan State University 
WRAIN Chorus. 

" ... it ill behooves the best of us 
to talk about the rest of us." 




SUZANNE MARY PETROSKE 
"Sue" 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 
Barry College 



JOAN INGER PETERSON 

"Pete" 

Red Hook, New York 

State University of New York 

"Will Guess? Gibran influences her 

life." 




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TONI TRIPP REIMER 

"Tripp" 
Fairfield, Iowa 
University of Iowa 
"Have you learned your new last 
name yet?" 






DONNA JEWELL REID 
"D.J." 
Godfrey, lUinois 
University of Kansas 
WRAIN Chorus, Class Historian. 
"... I am involved in mankind, 
and therefore never send to know 
for whom the bell tolls: it tolls for 
thee." 



MARY FRANCES ROONEY 
Dclmar, New York 
College of Notre Dame 
SGA President, Vice-President of 
Jr. Class, WRAIN Chorus. 
"Always on the go!" 



ELSIE MARIE ROY 
"Els" 
Lunenburg, Massachusetts 
Nasson College 
WRAIN Chorus. 
"Can't dance an' it's too wet to 
plow!" 




MARION FRANCES SANTRY 
Brockton, Massachusetts 
University of Massachusetts 
WRAIN Chorus. 
"I do not talk funny!" 




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ANN M. STAPELFELD 
"Annie" 
Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania 
West Virginia University 
Pennsylvania State University 
"Everything's coming up Spark-ly. 
What dirty diad?" 



LINDA P. SPURGEON 
Ohio 
Ohio State University 
WRAIN Chorus. 
"Plays the organ? And how!" 



BARBARA OILMAN SULLIVAN 
"Sulli" 
East Palestine, Ohio 
University of Wisconsin 
Marquette University 
Vice Chairman Student Council 
WRAIN Chorus. 

"Can you walk a little faster? said a 
whiting to a snail." 



REGINA ANN STREET 
"Reggie" 
Jacksonville, Florida 
University of Maryland 
Sigma Theta Tau. 

"What do ya think you are-a 
martyr?" 






MARGARITA MARIE SUAREZ 

"Margy" 
Havana, Cuba 
American University 
University of Maryland 
Vice-President-Sr. Class, WRAIN 
Newspaper-Editor. 
"Oh chica! God Bless America! She 
gives of herself." 



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SHARON LOUISE THOMPSON 

Stctsonvillc, Wis. 
Wisconsin State University 
Stout State University 
Sigma Theta Tan. 
"Master Conversationalist.' 






SHARRON B. BEARLY TERMINI 

"Sherri" 
Bossier City, Louisiana 
Northwestern State College 
University of Arkansas 
"So you've learned to cook Italian 
foods?" 



BARBARA GALE THORNE 
"B.C." 

Burtonsville, Md. 
University of Maryland 
Sigma Theta Tau, Phi Kappa Phi, 
SGA. 




MAUREEN WALSH 
Albany, New York 
Russell Sage College 
"It's all in Albany!" 



MADELON A. VISINTAINER 
"Mad" 
Drums, Pennsylvania 
Bloomsburg State College 
Miserieordia College 
Sigma Theta Tau, Phi Kappa Phi, 
SNCM, WRAIN Newspaper Staff, 
Student Representative. 
"When I start my own nursing 

school " "Words can't 

describe her-she's all heart!" 




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MILDRED ELIZABETH WERNET 

"Willie" 
Ashland, Mass. 
Simmons College 

SNCM, WRAIN Chorus, WRAMC 
Theatre Company. 
"But you don't sound like you're 
from Boston!!" 




LYNDA ANNE WHITLOW 
"Little Lynda" 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
College of Wilham and Mary 
Phi Kappa Phi. 



LINDA MARY WITCAVITCH 
"Wick" "Natasha" 
Freehold, N.J. 
Nasson College 
University of Arizona 




NOT PICTURED 

ELIZABETH C. BISHOP 
"Beth" 
Watertown, Mass. 
University of Maine 
Boston University 
Unit Fund Representative. 
'Pass the cup!" 

SUSAN V. CORSO 
Springfield, Missouri 
louthwest Missouri State College 



SUSAN M. KAUFFMAN 
"Susie" 
York, Pennsylvania 
'immons College 
ohns Hopkins University 
|igma Theta Tau, Phi Kappa Phi, 
,ocial Chairman-Senior Class. 
[The Bronze Bomb definitely needs 
'fresh start in life!" 



SHARYN MARIE QUIRK 
Chevy Chase, Md. 
St. Joseph College 
Junior SGA Treasurer. 



SHERRY L. LANNON ZANE 
Baltimore, Md. 
University of Maryland 
"How about a honeymoon in sunny 
Mexico?" 



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And couRaqe has many faces . . . 
though !t nee6s But only one . . 
an6 this one says "keep tRymq" 
fOR you know it can Be done. 

— maRtin BuxBum 



no QReat thing is cReate6 
su66enly, any moRe than a Bunch op 
gRapes or a fig. if you tell me that 
you 6esiRe a fig, i answeR you 
that theRe must Be time, 
let It fiRst Blossom, then 
BeaR fRuit, then Ripen. 
— epictetus— 



juniORS 




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JUNIORS 



President: Phyllis Goodman 




Social Chairman: Cathy Rowell 





i Vice-President: Carol Moleski 



Treasurer: Diane Tassone 




Secretary: Dinah Aureli 



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Dr. Martin H. Morris 
Baltimore Junior Class Advisor 



OFFICERS 

CLASS 

OF 

1970 



BALTIMORE JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: QeR to right) 
Wendye Wood, Social Chairman ; Margot Kelly, Vice President; 
Sue Hermann, President; Marty Bravo, Treasurer; Margo 
Dettorre, Secretary; Marnie McLean, Judicial Board. 






Sue E. Murphy 





Doris A. Payne 



Kathleen J. Owinss 




Kathleen Rheinlander 





Ruth A. Rominger 
JuUa E. Skaggs 



Penelope J. Roberts 



Valerie Schultz 




Cynthia S. Mocn 



Catherine L. Rowell 



V 



Carol M. Molcski 




Cynthia D. Smith 




Shirley A. Watkins 



Deborah K. Whelan 



Linda Williams 




Not Pictured 

Dinah L. Aureli 
Mary E. Feller 
WiUiam B. Garner 
M. Elaine Ginn 
Anita Goldberg 
Jeanettc Green 



Kathryn Hanobik 
Denice M. Huizenga 
Diane Y. Husct 
Charles Jones 
Rosemary Levonski 
Corrine Meier 
Laurie J. Miller 
Sharon Nelson 



Margaret O'Connor 
Penny Peters 
Ulriko Quantz 
Jean D. Rehling 
Barbara J. Russell 
Chuck Thompson 
Lynda Underwood 
Virginia Will 



M. Kathlynn Yourshaw 






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JO ANN APGAR 
GALE BOYS 



JANICE BRYANT 
MARY BETH BARTHOLEMEY 



PATRICIA BRENNER 
CHERYL BOWER 



MARTHA BRAVO 
LINDA B ROCKWELL 



GRACE BRIZENDINE 
JEWEL COOPER 



MARY DEELY 
MARGUERITE DETTORRE 



KAY DILLOW 
ELIZABETH DE SALVO 



SUE ANN DIPAULA 
DONNA DUCOTE 








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CHARLENE DAVIS 
BARBARA DONALDSON 



DONNA DIETZEL 
CAROL EMRICH 



DAWN FLEISHER 
KAREN FETHE 



SHERRIL GARDNER 
ANN GRUNDLER 



patricia graham 
;harlotte granofsky 



SHARON haymaker 
SUE HERMANN 



CHRISTINE HARTZ 
ANN HOWARD 



SUE HEINDEL 
MARGOT KELLY 





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KATHLEEN A. KELLY 
KATHLEEN M. KELLY 



JANICE LYLES 
BONNIE LAUER 



BARBARA LEVIN 
BEVERLY LONG 



SHEILA MILLER 
ALDENE MEDBERR-i 



MARILYN MISULICH 
LINDA MENZER 



SANDRA MACDONALD 
KIM NAPPER 



PAMELA OLSEN 
VANITA PECK 



JANE RANKIN 
CHARLENE RYAN 














98 









KAREN RENTZ 
MARCIA SASS 



ELAINE SEAL 
NORMA SHEVCHIK 



ANN SCHERLIS 
LINDA STEVENS 



ROSEMARY SUMIK 
ILENE TAYLOR 



KATHLEEN VETTER 
BETTY WAGNER 



BEVERLY WATSON 
IBBY WILHIDE 



PHYLLIS WILLIAMS 
WENDYE WOOD 



BARBARA YATES 








Not Pictured 

VERNA BACH 

ALETTHA DE WITT 

MARY DUNN 

MARGARET MONTGOMERY 

JEANETTE MYERS 

NANCY PFARR 

KENDALL RUSSELL 

SR. MARIE E. SCANLOW 

ANN SEWELL 

JOAN SMITH 



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WRAIN 



BEING 



As Juniors, we came to 
Walter Reed with our 
hopes and expectations, 
but most of all, we came 
as beings— a group of indi- 
viduals. Through the 
course of the year, we 
have been listening, learn- 
ing, sharing ... all under 
the guidance of many in- 
cluding Major Robitaille, 
our adviser. But most of 
all we are striving to reach 




Listening... 



100 



JUNIORS 

our goal— nursing. Despite 
our common goal and ex- 
periences, we are stiU be- 
ings— each individual 
enriched by his experi- 
ences but unique in his 
own way. 

And now we are ready 
to pass on to bigger and 
better experiences— being 
Seniors . . . 




Achieving... 




Caring... 



Questioning... 1 



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"Oooooo-your hands are cold!!' 




'But then, on the other hand.. 



BALTIMORE 
JUNIORS 




"Another Saturday night, the same old drag.' 



"Was this party for the nurses or the kids?" 




102 





■'Well, here I am Lovely me.' 



"Am I coming or going?" 



"If I can stop one heart 

from breaking, 
I shall not live in vain : 
If 1 can ease one life the 

aching, 
Or cool one pain. 
Or help one fainting robin 

unto his nest again, 
I shall not live in vain." 
by 
Emily Dickenson 




one must not tie a ship 
to ^ smqle ancfioR, 
noR life to a single hope. 
— epictetus— 



an enliQhtene6 min6 is not hoo6winke6; 
It IS not shut up in a qloomy pRison till 
It thinks the walls of its own 6unQeon 
the limits of the univeRse, an6 the Reach 
of Its own Cham the outeR veRqe of 
intelliqence. 

-lonq fellow 



104 



CURRlCUlum 




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I know her last name is Smith. 




I feel pretty, oh so pretty. 



"You say you blew your diet?' 



106 




She's already delivered!!! 




Ah, shucks! It's nothing to having a baby. 





'You say you think you are pregnant?' 



'So next time we have a flood. . 






')id someone say these kids were bom with a sucking 
eHex? 




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%^n 




Yes, I'm sure there's not another one in there. 



The hectic post partum ward 



109 




There, there it's not that bad 



This playlady business can be hard w ork. 



110 




ril call this meeting to order 



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JUNIOR 

MEDICAL and 

SURGICAL 

NURSING 




'Would you believe the gall stones were this big?!'' 




"Helmet, goggles, mask . . . Lovely to look at, dclightfu 
to know." 



^m^idiBa 



"Women drivers!!' 



114 





"Whoops, Judy ; guess where I have to go!" 



"It sounds like Beethoven's 10th to me.' 




"Col. Van Mason will never find me in here!' 




"Well, I sure couldn't get a bedpan under hini 
myself! " 



Match the blank to the blank. 



Finally, a quiet moment in a hectic day. 




"Do you want the ham and cheese on white or rj'e bread?' 



The latest in shoe styles — paper?? 



116 




I don't have the heart to tell them it's on the other leg. 



SENIOR 
MEDICAL - 



Well, time for my fix. 




What do you mean, where are my wings? 



.^.«£f*'\_^ii_i.^-Awii^ ^^.^jv^ 



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Would you be my playmate, bunny? 



SURGICAL 
NURSING 




OK, Now how do you turn him on? 



And she said to follow you around, but these monitors are putting me asleep 




What the doctor said about the electrode place- 
ment sounded like Greek to me. 




"That's it! Now, say, 'Ala-ka-zam! 




"It's alright, but I wouldn't hke to get in the habit." 




"If you'd move your foot, I could 
take a step." 



"Look at that PQR, 1 mean STP, or is it a PVC?' 



120 




y7 Angels from heaven. y7 



"Before we get finished with you, you won't have anything to 
smile about. ^ 



121 




*fl<*»>K*Hti«W« 



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'Are we done with our bedpan? 



"I wonder how you could make this straight line jump up and dowi 
again?" 




"You mean you don't use my care cards?" 
122 





How to say, "patient doing well," 30 different ways. 



"Let's see . . . we're all out of 10 mgm. If I take a 25 mgni, cut it in 
half, and throw away a pinch ..." 



Two parts scotch and , 



^ 






"Well! You know what I think about team nursing. . 



"Why is that senior watching you? Haven't you ever done this before?'' 



I 




Let's see now-do blood clots go in. . . .or out??? 



124 




"Hmm . . . Now you stand here, and I'll turn the wheelchair 
around." 





"Gee, did you make tiiis in O.l .7' 



"931,932,933 " 



125 



p 

s 

Y 
C 
H 
I 
A 
T 
R 
Y 




And of ourselves. 



What will it open to me? Will 1 be able to lielp? I want to go 
and yet . . . 




TIic key opened to nic not just a door, but a woild of under- 
standing, heartache, and feeling, and love. 



126 





The group; working. 



relaxinu 




and living togetlier. 



127 




.jL^JSi'T^^- ^.:^'te^:5*s>ijai 



Ambiguity 



Jr. Med.-Siirg. + OB. + Peds. + Sr. Med.-Surg. + Publi 
Health + Psych. = 





It looks like College Park, the people are the same . 



Keys to the kingdom. 



128 







. .this is one way, but we could quit school." 



Let it all liang out. 




"I thought nature was enough 'til human nature came." 

Dickenson 



I think the coast is clear. 



129 




Smile, she's right over there Look busy 



Please, don't be homo. 



131 



":/-" 




"If I turn right on this street, I can go three blocks, make a left, enter the second brick building, go up four 
flights of stairs, turn right, ring the second doorbell, and pray they are home." 




"Look here! It says Well Baby Clinic has been cancelled!' 



■'What bag? I don't sec a bag. Do you see a bag?" 



132 




"Coffee . . . The PHN's breakfast, lunch and dinner 



"Two bologna sandwiches/day/girl=16 bologna sandwiches x 3 days x 12 weeks = 516 
bologna sandwiches!" 




■'The footsteps of the class of '68 are forever before us.' 



133 



BOOks! tis a dull an6 endless stRife: 
come, heaR the woodland lennet, 
how sweet his music! on my life, 
there's moRe of wisdom in it. 

— WORdSWORth 



134 



activities 




135 



STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT BOARD 



ADVISORS: LTC BETTY MORGAh 



MRS. ANN MADISON 



Under the direction of the S.G.B., activities between the Baltimore and the Walter Reed 
Campuses are coordinated. This year S.G.B. sponsored the Homecoming dance, the Student Gov- 
ernment picnic, a spring banquet, and the Student Government banquet. 





Mary Rooney, President, and Pam Koponen, Secretary. 



Kathi Wahaus, Vice President. 



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The Baltimore Student Council sponsored a welcoming 
party for new juniors this past summer, and with the faculty 
jointly sponsored a tea for students on the Baltimore Campus 
before Christmas vacation. The Council also had a dorm 
Christmas party, and in the spring, held an open house for 
parents and friends. 




Baltimore Council seated: Kathy Kelly, Treasurer; Kathi Wahaus, Presi- 
dent; Sue DiPaula, Social Chairman. Standing: Georgia Bell, House 
Rules Chairman; Betty Russ, Vice President; Chris Borowsky, 
Secretary. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 




Walter Reed Council seated: Denise Feller, Chairman. Standing (1-r): 
Vice Chairman, Barb Sullivan; SNCM Rep., Millie Wernet; Yearbook 
Editor, Pat Holshue. Not pictured: Anita Goldberg, Sec; Thersa EUi, 
Treas.; Cindy Barrett, Social Chairman; Candy Carter, Jr. SNCM Rep.; 
Advisor, LTC William Flickinger. 



137 




Baltimore Co-Editors: Gai! 
Prince and Sunny Stockslager 



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Baltimore Faculty Advisor: Mrs. 
Lindsey. 



Ada 



Walter Reed Staff. Seated on floor: Nancy Adams, Curriculum Section. Seated: 
Karen Lough, Senior Section; Johnnie Sue Jordan, Business Manager, Advertising 
Section; Pat Holshue, Editor. Standing: Dinah AurcU, Business Staff; Vicki 
Marchlik, Senior Section, Photographer; Susan Low, Faculty Section. Not 
pictured: Sandy Alper, Faculty Section; Cindy Smith, Junior Section; Sue 
Peaslee, Photographer; Pat Tucker, Business Staff; Adrienne Stafford, Business 
Staff; Pam Koponen, Faculty Section. 



THE 

PLEDGE STAFF 




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Baltimore Chairmen. Seated: Vicki Scott, Activities; Bonnie 
Collins, Senior Curriculum; Ann Gnmdler, Junior Section; 
Teri Friedman, Faculty. Standing: Eileen Nagel, Layouts; 
Jackie Rosensteen, Artist; Carol Raab, Senior Section; Judy 
Rhoad, Business Co-ordinator. Not pictured: Gail Smith, 
Activities; Linda Menzer, Junior Section. 



Baltimore Staff Members. Seated: Betty Buscli, Linda Falirney, 
Sue Brill. Standing: Linda Menzer, Pam Shipley, Kay Fergusen, 
Barbara Broyles. Not pictured: Connie Perry, Andrea Sadey, 
Sue Thomas, Joan Weintraub. 





'Excedrin Headaclic No. 199' coming up!!!! 



Walter Reed Faculty Advisor: Miss Wendy 
Johnston. 



139 



Sigma Theta Tau, founded in 1922, is the professional, national honor society of 
nursing. This organization recognizes the achievement of scholarship of superior quality, 
acknowledges the development of leadership qualities, and supports research in nursing. 

SIGMA THETA TAU 



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111 




Baltimore members, first row: Eileen Adler, Betty 
Busch, Nancy Malcomson, Jennie Moore, Jon 
Zimmerman, Sandra Cawley. Second Row: Linda 
Palmatecr, Georgia Bell, Joanne Cranford, Rhona 
Davis, Regina Moses, Janet Thompson. 



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Walter Reed members, seated: Madeline Ney, 
Susan Low, Joanne Kane, Johnnie Sue Jordan. 
Standing: Kathy Barnhart, Betty Erickson, Carolyn 
Blasdcl, Barbara Thome, Sharon Thompson, 
Madelon Visintainer, Nancy Adams, Eleanor 
Frank. Not pictured: Sandy Alper, Bette Sue Hill, 
Susan Kaufman, Lynette Paarman, Regina Street. 



PHI KAPPA PHI 



Members: Nancy Adams, Carolyn Blasdel, Linda Cloyd, Eleanor Frank, Bette Sue Hill, Johnnie Sue Jordan, 
Joanne Kane, Susan Low, Lynette Paarman, Barbara Thome, Madelon Visintainer, Lynda Whitlow, Jennie 
Moore, Joanne Cranford, Janet Thompson, Georgia Bell, Rhona Davis, Eileen Adler, Nancy Malcomson. 



140 



S.N. CM. 



The Student Nurses' Council of Maryland is an organization designed to provide 
student nurses within the state an opportunity to meet one another, discuss common 
problems, and plan various activities. As a pre-professional organization, it also exposes its 
members to the workings of various state and national nurses' organizations. 





Walter Reed members seated on floor: Nancy Adams, Sharon Thomp- 
son. Seated; Margarita Suarez; Millie Wemet, Pres.; Linda Vainer, Vice 
Pres.; Kathy Barnhart. Standing: Eleanor Frank, Patricia Beach, Susan 
Low, Johnnie Sue Jordan, Denise Feller, Madelon Visintainer. Not 
pictured: Candy Carter, Sec; Jane Hults, Sec; Regina Street, Treas.; 
Virginia Tate; Carol Maleski; Beverly Brown; Phyllis Goodman; Mary 
McLaren. Advisor: Maj. Dorothy Berry. 



Baltimore Campus members: Marnie Dettorre, Barbara Yates, 
Sunny Stockslager. Advisor: Geraldine Pettit. 




NURSES' CHRISTIAN 
FELLOWSHIP 



Standing: Linda Monzer, Betty Busch, 
Eileen Nagel, Charlcne Ryan, Janet 
Thompson, Judy Rhoad. Seated: Elsie 
Aldridge. 



This group studies Christianity and discusses its relationship to nursing. 



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CHOIR 



The Choir, under the direction of Mr. Charles Haslup, is composed of girls from all disci- 
plines on the Baltimore Campus. It serves as a fun, weekly diversion for the members and also 
performs throughout the year. Included in its performances this year were Christmas caroling 
at North Arundel Convalescent Home and the student-faculty tea, and singing at Montebello 
State Hospital and the Medical School Convocation. Officers are Linda Fahrney, President, 
and Eileen Nagel, Vice President. 




Baltimore members, first row: Millie Glaw, Linda Fahrney, Janice Lyles, Eileen Nagel, Bonnie Collins, Linda Menzer. Second 
row: Beverly Meadows, Paula Renter, Joann Fike, Diana Mosco, Mary Klingelhofer, Carol Raab, Sue Hermann, Judy Rhoad, 
Kathy Hatfield, Vicki Scott. Third row: Mary Ann Yukon, Pam Shipley, Donna Chemsak, Carol Miller, Phyllis Issacs, Jill 
Ashworth, Sherril Gardner, Kathi Wahaus, Donna Herndon, Charlene Ryan, Betty Busch, Sunny Stockslager. Not pictured: 
Georgia Bell, Jan Haynes, Pam Kane, Czech Kozel, Judy Marshall, Constance McAdoo, Judith Sloop, Gail Smith, Karen Tatum^ 
Patricia Tatum. 

Walter Reed Choir: Johnnie Sue Jordan, Chairman, Teresa Elli, Elaine Ginn, Anita Goldberg, Georgia Narsavage, Cathy Rowell, 
Linda Varner, Kathy Vinson, Nancy Adams, Carolyn Clark, JuUa Elmore, Jean Evans, Jeanette Green, Patricia Harmon, Pat 
Holshue, Vicki Marchlik, Cindy Moen, Mary Rooney, Virginia Tate, Carolyn Taylor, Nancy Vesey, Sandy Alper, Diane Huset, 
Karen Lough, Liz Lovejoy, Kathy Owings, Sue Peaslee, Ruth Brown, Marlene Enders, Ruth Ann Harding, Jane Hults, Pam 
Koponen, Laurie Miller, Nancy Olson, Ruth Rominger, Donna Raid, Adrienne Stafford. 



142 





''Yes, Dean Murphy, i agree with you, but . 



■i^L'^^ -i^ V 



"Mrs. Madison, I know this isn't the proper time to ask 
you-but it's about my care study." 




"... and after all of that, she said, 'Have a lovely 
day.'" 




"And then 1 handed the doctor a 
hammer and a pair of pliers ..." 



STUDENT-FACULTY TEA 

SPONSORED BY FACULTY AND SGA 



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WALTER REED 

RED CROSS VOLUNTEERS 



Coordinator: Nancy Adams, Red Cross 
Representative to Student Nurse Sub- 
committee. 

Advisor: Maj. Mary Lou Spine, Red 
Cross Representative to Graduate Nurse 
Subcommittee. 

Under the direction of Nancy 
Adams, the Red Cross Volunteers have 
held two series of First Aid courses, one 
Orientation to Red Cross course, a 
Mothers'-aide Instructors course, and 
have tauglrt unwed mothers. They have 
also helped in transporting retarded 
children to College Park for classes. On 
March 12, Jane Delano Day was held in 
Delano Hall, sponsored by the Red 
Cross. 



WALTER REEl 
NEWSPAPER STAF. 




(l-r) Kaien Lough, Events; Marty Lewis, "Dear Aunt Martha"; Denise Feller, 
Events; Margarita Suarez, Editor-in-Chief; Kathy Mossing, "Sweet Bippy"; 
Madelon Visintainer, "Marriedosis"; Vicki Marchlik, Events. Not pictured; Typists 
Mailene Endcrs, Cindy Smith, Kathy Champion, Beverly Brown, Peggy O'Connor. 
Advisor: Mrs. Beth Schuck. 



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Walter Reed Senior Carvvash. 



Walter Reed Halloween Party. 



Walter Reed's Cap Fluting Party. 




FUN 
TIMES 




WRAIN Student Faculty Picnic. 



altimore Campus Pediatric Christmas Party. 




"Will the real Santa please stand up?' 




WRAIN Jr. Class Skit: "Happiness 
Is ... " or "A Peanut's Eye View of 
Wrain." 



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COMING 




Homecoming Queen 1968-69 

Marty Biavo 




Former Queen Trish Bosak welcomes new queen and her court. 



146 




Happiness is Fluting Your Cap 




"Oh, my finger hurts!" 




So that's what the water's for. 



". . .and then there was Sairey Gamp" 




Class of '69 
Well take with us the memories, but 
leave behind for those who remain 
and those who will follow . . . 






Trips to ASO at 0300 



Soapsuds 




"New Rotation Trauma"-or, "Whose 
group do I belong to this time?" 



"Attention to Orders" 




148 



a hard day's work. . . , 





or imagined 



Real. 



Requesting 10 sheets of poster board, 7 assorted felt markers, and an 
overhead projector. . . .45 minutes before your seminar is to begin. 





Class advisors 



Body mechanics 




149 




The search for the message that has to be there. 



Findmg a lonely, wiUing typist at 0230 to do your care studj 
(due at 0800). 







H' 




Exciting days of planning 



or out 





150 




Picnics 




Still wondering what goes on in that faculty lounge! 




Fighting for the letter that's never there. 




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Entertained, and, in turn, being entertained 





The birth of traditions 



151 



BALTIMORE 
SENIORS WILL . . . 



Claudia Albrecht: 

All my tears to anyone who is dumb enough to 
shed any. All my med. cards to anyone who can 
decipher them. All the luck in the world to the 
new juniors. . .they're going to need it. 



Jill Ashworth: 

My psych, knowledge and lots of luck. Norma. 



Georgia Bell: 

The black soot ot Baltimore to anyone who car 
take it. 




Nicki Bonner: 

To Tina DeSolvo (the mother confessor of my 
junior year). 1 bequeath my eternal devotion to 
school. 



Patricia Bosak: 

My hip spica to Mrs. Cook for visual aid. My ability 
to write a 55 pg. care study in one night to any 
junior who plans alicad. 



Barbara Broyles: 

My super formula for beauty . 



. .baby powder. 



Betty Busch: 

My collection of rare bottles 



Sandy Cawley: 

I am willing my 13 straight hairs to Jewel Cooper. 



Donna Chemsak: 

I, Donna Chemsak, being of sound mind and body 
do hereby will my worn, tattered, dirty, trampled, 
yellowed and dingy uniforms. 



Bonnie Collins: 

1 leave to any junior who's willing, the senior 
curriculum section for next year, and the other 
half of the pink suite with crocheted rugs and ski 
posters. 



Rhona Davis: 

My core classes for Psych, and Public Health three 
times a day. 



Bev Dearing: 

Some roach repellant and an air-conditioner to the 
dorm. 



Melinda Dixon: 

Un-limited curfews-and we got them! 



Pierrette Duggins: 

I will Beverly Long all my coke bottles and pepsi cans. 



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Becky Evans: 

All of my frustrations created by striving tc 
become a graduate of the U. of Md. School ol 
Nursing. 



Linda Fahrney: 

I leave my summer visits to the sun roof when the 
evenings were cool and the city was pretty. 



Nancy Foltyn: 

My assortment of broken clocks to a junior who 
likes to sleep late. 



Ten Friedman: 

I will my clanking radiator to whomever wishes to 
be awakened at 3 A.M. 




MiUie Glaw: 

I hereby do give a half inch of wall space to deco- 
rate as you like. 



Connie Gooch: 

To Wendye Wood, my advice on handUng of the 
male specie. 



Judy Harris: 

My Med.-Surg. faces to some deserving junior. 



Kathy Hatfield: 

To a deserving junior: "Old King Soul",. 180 
parking tickets, and my toad. 



Jan Haynes: 

I, Janice Haynes. being of unsound mind, leave as 
my last will and testament all my well developed, 
well nourished varicose veins to anyone willing to 
re-edema them. 



Derma Hemdon: 

My witch hat to all the kids in Peds. My premature 
white hair to Ben Termini. 



Carolyn Howard: 

To whomever gets my room I leave my radiator; 
my long and very narrow closet; and my knocking 
wall. 1 hope they're friends with 710. 




Dena Horton: 

I hereby do give my biostat. midterm to the dogs, 
and my wedding plans to any junior brave enough 
to get married in her senior year. 



Joyce Ireland: 

To Mr. Tarka I leave the apathetic members of the 

junior class. 



Phyllis Isaacs: 

I leave the right side of the desk in 702. 



'eggy Durbin: 

ill her flannel P.J.'s to Susie. 



lary KUngelhofei: 

lladys to next years 4th floor. Saunders 
led.-Surg. text to Kathy A. Kelly. My "problem 
135 extra long name pin" to the U. of Md. School 
^Nursing Museum. 






Kathy Michalski: 

I will the good luck involved in snatching a man tc 
all those interested. 



Carole Miller: 

I will our bug-colony-infested room to Marsha Sasi 
and Betsy Montgomery. 



Marianne Miller: 

My status as "The Blonde" to any deserving junior 



Jen Moore: 

My chest to any needy junior 



Diana Mosco: 

One pet roach in the right hand closet to the new 

occupants of our room. 



Regina Moses: 

To Wendy Wood, my therometer. To whomever 
gets my room the elevator, radiator, and closet 
key. 



Eileen Nagel: 

My vasoline and band-aides to anyone in need of 

them. 



Eileen Newburger: 

A new senior curriculum. 




Connie Perry: 

I will a "B" in Med.-Surg. 



Linda Palmateer: 

My hypertrophied vocal cords to some unknowr 
junior hiding in the comer of silence. 



Gayle Prince: 

My nightly letters to next years' Army Fiancees 
Our 5:30 A.M. mornings to next year seniors; Ani' 
our pitted aluminum pot to a girl who didn't bu 
Thermo-Core. 



Carol Raab: 

My nutrition lectures to all undernourished nursing 
students; My "pep" talks to the depressed; And my 
own anxiety and "happiness" to all forthcoming 
junior class brides. 



Paula Reuter: 

I leave to some deserving junior my window-vie 
of asphalt and my door knob that falls off whe 
you touch it. 



Judy Rhoad: 

SMS's confusion to Mr. McDonald; One beautiful 
day to all us June 14th'ers. 



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Jackie Rosensteen: 

My blood-tinged razor to a hairy junif 



Bette Russ: 

I, being of sound mind and weak back, do liereby 
will my ruptured disc to any student, lifting 
discectomy patients on the 9th floor. 

"Sadey" 

I will my path to the Inn to all deserving juniors. 



Vicki Scott: 

One radiator in 702 that won't turn off, to the 
next senior class. 



Pam Shipley: 

I will my scatterbrains and chronic worrying to Jo. 



Judi Sloop: 

My chauffer's license: "your pleasant disposition"; 
first place on my "favorite people list" jointly to 
Mrs. Madison and Miss Shubkagel; path to the 
parking garage; eye glasses to a very near-sighted 
junior; my empty mailbox; and a sincere "Best 
Wishes and Good Luck" to everyone. 



Gail Smith: 

One narrow and shallow closet in room 703 to any 
new senior with a scanty wardrobe. 



Sunny Stockslager: 

I will my "hole in the wall", room 223, to some 
hapless, unsuspecting person. 



Paula Taylor: 

I leave to anyone who wants them, the four most 
unused student uniforms to any senior, plus a 
well-worn path to the Psych. Institute. 




Susie Thomas: 

My room to Jr. Med. -Surg, instructors as a visual 
aid for disaster nursing. 



Janet Thompson: 

My naptimes in class to all suffering juniors. 

Kathi Wahaus: 
1 wiU the S.G.A. 



Joan Weintraiib: 

A portable guillotine for all students taking Sr. 
Med.-Surg. 



Mary Ann Yukon: 

One half of a suite -completely pink with messed 

up rugs. 



Jonni Zimmerman: 

My love of the dorm to Ann Howard along with 
my coffee pot and a can of Bud to help maintain 
her sanity. 



Judi Sloop and Gayle Prince will to the SPHN's at 
Druid, (1) bottle of tranquilizers for hysterical 
mothers. . .and you, (2) cans of dog repellent for 
K-9 Corps of N.W. Balto., (3) one "BOA" pack for 
those home deliveries, (4) one bottle of Tylenol for 
migrains, (5) bottle of Alka-Seltzer and Excedrin 
for car sickness, (6) and a 1948 map of Balto. City. 





two kinds of c,nM\tu6e: the 

su66en kin6 

we feel fOR what we take, the laRqeR 

kin6 

we feel foR what we qive. 

— ROBinson— 



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A6veRtisements 




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SPONSORS - WALTER REED 



Mr. and Mrs. Hugo F. Adams 

Lt. Col. Dorothy S.Allison 

The Alper Family 

Major Kathryn J. Ammon 

Col. Robert H. Armstrong 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew T. Aylward 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Barber 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Barnliart 

Prince D. Beach, Sr. 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. Julius W. Becton 

2nd Lt. Janet C. Beechley 

Mr. and Mrs. Anton C. Beer 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Blasdel 

Major Madeline L. Bluemle 

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bradley 

Fredericks. Brown 

Col. and Mrs. William C. Carter, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Clark 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. Cluchey 

Major Mary M. Condit 

Major and Mrs. Alvin L. Darly 

Col. and Mrs. Harry L. Dein 

Col. and Mrs. D. R. Dingeman 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert N. Evans 

Lt. Col. Margaret A. Ewen 

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin C. Feller 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Feller 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fernan 

Lt. Col. Barbara P. Fink 

Lt. Col. Mary M. Fowler 

Paul D. Frank 

Gwendolyn A. Geer 

Lt. Col. Amy D. Geissinger 

Mr. and Mrs. Ted L. Golas 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Goodman 

Col. and Mrs. Martin L. Green 

C. E. Griffeth 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Haase 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin W. Hesselman 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Hill 

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Holshue 

2nd Lt. Dianne L. Houser 

CW4 and Mrs. Sydney E. Halts 

Harold Huset 

Col. Gladys E. Johnson 

Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Jordan 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Kane 

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kauffman 



Lt. Col. and Mrs. Glenn 0. Killey 
Lt. Col. and Mrs. William S. Lawing 

Lt. Col. Betty J. Lewis 

Dr. and Mrs. Charles W. Lewis 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. Robert N. Linrothe 

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Lough 

Mr. So S. Low 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Lynn, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor C. Marchlik 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. A. G. Martin, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert McLaren 

Major Audre J . McLouglilin 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. D. J. Mehrtens 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Meyer 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Miller 

2nd Lt. Marie T. Millet 

Lt. Col. Betty F.Morgan 

Major Joyce J. Nurse 

John L. Olson 

Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Olson and family 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Paarman 

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Peaslee 

Henry B. Pecher 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard V. Peterson 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Quantz 

Col. and Mrs. Michael J. Quirk 

Mr. and Mrs. Chester C. Rice 

Mr. and Mrs. George H. Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. James Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Rominger 

Mr. and Mrs. William S. Rooney 

Ted Schaeffer 

2nd Lt. Patricia Schager 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scherer 

Mrs. Willard E. Schulz 

Mr. and Mrs. Alvah L. Skaggs, Jr. 

Lt. Col. Marjorie A. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. D. Kirk Stafford 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. Stapelfeld 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. Thomas J. Street 

Lt. Col. Lena M. Tague 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Tate 
Houston R. Trew 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. Alfred N. Tucker 

Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Varner 

Mr. and Mrs. Earle L. Vierck 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Walsh 
Mrs. Kenneth S. Watkins 

Col. and Mrs. C. B. Williams 



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BALTIMORE 



SPONSORS 



PATRONS 



Miss Alice J. Akehurst 

Dr. and Mrs. Warren D. Brill 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Cantwell 

Miss Charlotte E. Davies 

Mr. William J. DeSalvo 

Dr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Di Paula 

Miss Ruth L. Dyson 

Mrs. H. F. Evans 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R. Fike 

Patricia Grady 

Miss Elizabeth Herman 

Miss Joyce F. Kaetzel 

Mr. and Mrs. Austin S. Kelly 

Mr. Benton C. I^uer 

Dean Marion I. Murphy 

Mrs. Lois Neuman 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Prince 

Dr. and Mrs. E.G. Riley 

Rev. Manuel R. Roman 

Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Scherlis 

Miss Betty Lou Schubkagel 

Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Stockslager 

Tidewater Seafood 

Dr. and Mrs. Theodore E. Woodward 



Miss Gail Burdsall 

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Busch 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Chemsak 

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Collins 

Susan V. Dorsey 

Miss Anne L. Dougherty 

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar G. Emrich 

Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Evans, Jr. 

Mildred V. Fisher 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Friedman 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leo Glaw, Jr. 

Mrs. Frank L. Howard 

Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Joachim 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Miller 

Mrs. Gloria J. McFarland 

C. Lorraine Neel 

Miss Lucy Parks 

Geraldine Pettit 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Renter 

Mrs. Elizabeth M. Sima 

Mrs. Charlotte E. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Van Antwerp 



PATRONS - WALTER REED 



2nd Lt. Bonnie J. Boykoff 

Harold S. Cloyd 

Vero and Rita J. Corso 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. L. L. Dantzer 

2nd Lt. Ann C. Dinger 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Elli 

2nd Lt. Carol Lynn Erickson 

Mrs. Charles B. Harding 

2nd Lt. Nancy Dexter Heisterman 

Cpt. Judy Holcomb 

In memory of John E. Holshue 

Major Mary T. Horan 

2nd Lt. Mary Ann Huber 

2nd Lt. Artha Lee Kenison 

Major Maria R. Konstanski 

,2nd Lt. Constance D. Leatherman 



Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lefkov 
Lt. Col. Callista J. Lillard 
Lt. Col. Mary G. Mulqueen 
Major and Mrs. G. L Moleski 
Col. and Mrs. James B. Owings 
Lt. Col. Regina Pak 
Mr. and Mrs. Kent L. Phillips 
Col. and Mrs. E. L. Powers 
Lt. Col. Rosa J. Ramirez 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Rowell 
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon E. Smith 
2nd Lt. Sandra Stabingas 
Major Rora C. Street 
Lt. Col. Alice C. Taylor 
Cpt. Donna L. Wacyk 
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Wernet 
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Will 



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"TO DO A COMMON THING 

UNCOMMONLY WELL" 

Class Motto 



SENIOR CLASS 
of 



> 1969 



Walter Reed Campus 



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THE SENIOR CLASS 



of 
1969 

Baltimore Campus 



THE NURSES' ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION 
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Extends Congratulations 

to the Class of 

1969 

And invites each one to become an active member of the association. 

Meetings: First Tuesday of each month 

Oct., Dec, Feb., Apr., May 

Recreation Room — Whitehurst Hall, 8:00 P. M. 



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and let today embrace 
the past with remembrance 
and the future with longing. 
Kahlil Gibran 

Congratulations and Best Wishes, 



THE WRAIN CLASS OF 1970 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

GRADUATING SENIORS 

from 

THE CLASS OF 1970 

BALTIMORE CAMPUS 



CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 

to the 

CLASS OF 1969 

from 

PI CHAPTER SIGMA THETA TAU, INC. 



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Compliments of 



A FRIEND OF 



THE ARMY NURSE CORPS 




Uniforms for Women in the Military 



23 S. Sycamore Street 



Petersburg, Va. 



THE CRYSTAL HOUSE 

WHOLESALE JEWELERS 

418 W. Baltimore St. 
Baltimore, Md. 21021 

DIAMONDS GIFTS APPLIANCES 

JEWELRY and WATCH REPAIRS 

REGISTERED GEMOLOGIST 

AND APPRAISERS 



FIRST NAME 
in 

NURSES' APPAREL 

BRUCK'S, INC. 

40 West 225 th Street 
Bronx, New York 10463 



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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 

to the 

CLASS OF 1969 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL 

BALTIMORE CAMPUS 



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DISCRIMINATING WOMEN 

OF THE ARMY NURSE CORPS 

WEAR 




407 W. Houston St. CApitol 6-8137 

San Antonio, Texas 

WATCH FOR NOTICE OF OUR UNIFORM 
DISPLAY FOR THE WRAIN STUDENTS 

Largest Exclusive Uniform Store 
In The Southwest 



AMBASSADOR HOUSE 



COFFEE SHOP 



DINING ROOM 



Excellent Meals At 
Reasonable Prices 



STEAKS, CHOPS and SEAFOOD 
OUR SPECIALTY 



Pratt and Eutaw 



Open 24 Hours 




OUR PRAYERS, BEST WISHES 

AND CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1969 

NEWMAN CENTER 

712 W. Lombard Street 



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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 

to the 

CLASS OF 1969 



WALTER REED CAMPUS 



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EPILOGUE 



No great thing is created suddenly. Each of us, through our 
own endeavors, have invested our minds and hearts into the 
world of nursing. We channel our energies into pathways that 
bridge the unforgettable past to the unfolding future. 

The Pledge '69 has reflected the crossroads of our lives. 
Originating from different backgrounds we have joined 
together to travel the roads of education to enlighten our 
minds and accomplish our goals. Through these pages, The 
Pledge '69 has captured the spice of our frolic, the fulfillment 
of our labors, and the truth of our dreams. 

JacqueUne Rosensteen 
Gail Prince 



It would be impossible to adequately express our thanks to 
everyone who has helped in creating The Pledge '69. Oui 
advisors, Ada Linsey and Wendy Johnston, have been a source 
of support and guidance. Mr. Robert Morgan and Mr. Jim Ellis, 
our Hunter representatives, have been of invaluable assistance, 
in giving professional advice and helping us over many of oui 
"crises". We thank Hillcrest Studios for their portable studio 
and patience through countless sittings. 

I would like to thank each member of the Pledge staff and 
my co-editors, Pat Holshue and Sunny Stockslager. Special 
appreciation goes also to our business managers, Judy Rhoad 
and Johnnie Sue Jordan; and our tireless artist, Jackie 
Rosensteen. 

Gail Prince 
Co-Editor 




Gail Prince 



I 





Pat Holshue 



Sunny Stockslager 



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MARYLAND ROOM