Glen Cove Community Hospital School of Practical Nursing - White Cap Yearbook (Glen Cove, NY)
- Class of 1969
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On September 10, fifty-nine wide-eyed, nervous, and apprehensive future students, walked through these great big doors,
which seemed at that time, to be fifty feet high. They came complete with baggage, parents and Teddy bears, and all with
one goal in mind --- To be a Nurse!
None of us sure of just what we were to do, but all were eager to meet and make new friendships and start school. When
the first week ended, we had all settled down, some still a little homesick, and some still a little nervous, but on our way.
As the second week progressed to the third and the fourth, our friendships grew stronger, the work a little more and a lit-
tle harder and the routine and rules a little easier to follow. Homesickness subsided, we all had found a second home.
Christmas vacation came with sighs and feelings of relief. It had been a long three months and it was a short week. Be-
fore we realized we were back in school and back to work, some classes finishing and some new ones starting.
At last February 14 came. Capping! We had reached the halfway point. Along with the proud parents and excitement,
came a feeling that we were finally true student nurses. We were now that much closer to graduation.
July 5 couldn't come soon enough bringing a week of rest and relaxation. There were no thoughts of school, only of the
beach and fun. A whole week without being in a uniform, or having to get up early. Soon back to the old grind, as we all
now called it, but only two more months to go. Would we make it?
We sure did! Graduation is just around the corner. As we look back we see all our hard work was well worth it. We will
all emerge once again from these doors. Only this time they are very small doors containing a lot of memories, good times,
sad times, hardwork and all that goes along with nursing. This time we walk through these doors with new courage, wisdom,
friends, and the same old Teddy bears.
On September 5 we will have reached our goals. We will be Nurses!
Elaine Beh Editor
Janet Conway Assistant Editor
We, the Class of 1969, wish to dedicate this yearbook to Mrs. Raymond F. Pierce.
Mrs. Pierce has been Chairman of Advisory Committee to the school since 1958 and has resigned this
Mrs. Pierce has not only dedicated herself to the continued development of the School by assisting in
acquiring a superior teaching staff and developing an excellent curriculum, but, additionally, she has
assumed the responsibility of pointing out to the public the value of professional and practical nursing
as it relates to the well-being ofthe community. She has also labored tirelessly as liaison between our
School, its graduates and various civic groups interested in assisting students financially before gradua-
tion and in providing further help for those promising nurses desiring to continue their formal educa-
It is in sincere thanks of the Class of 1969 that this yearbook be dedicated to Mrs. Raymond F. Pierce.
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Think not those faithful who praise all thy words and action,
but those who kindly reprove thy faults.
These words express our feelings for Miss Mutzel, our house-
Throughout this past year Miss Mutzel has always been a true
friend. She was always available in atime of need, and not only
was she understanding of our problems but frequently offering con-
soling words and some very sotmd advice.
When we were ill, she looked after us as a mother by cheer-
ing us up and keeping us comfortable.
We will always remember you, Miss Mutzel, and to you we
extend our best wishes and deepest thanks.
MRS. M. FARMER R.N.
Anatomy and Physiology
"My son did it" , , , "We ate
having a final in this course"
"lt's only adipose tissue."
MRS. T. KAPLAN R. N.
"I don't know how you feel about
it, but l wouldn't like it" , , , "Pm
always here when you need me."
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The class of 1969 wishes to express
their sincere gratitude to all of our in-
Each has given of themselves in their
own way to teach us the high ideals of
the nursing profession and to help us de-
velop into more mature compassionate
MRS. C, EVERT R, N,
Aunt Clare .. . I m only human
.. . "Spelling always counts" , ,,
"I like a good argument, as long
as I win" ... Visual Aids.
MRS. I. MUNDLE R.N.
"On the whole" . .. "This type of
thing" . . . Baby Mundle,
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We have worked hard this past year and while
at times it appeared to be a struggle, we now can
look back and see that our time spent was worth-
while. It was with the personal interest of each and
every one of you that we finally managed to reach
our goal. Once again the Class of 1969 sincerely
I LL, says "Thanks,"
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MISS P. HEIDICKER R. N.
First Aid and Disaster Nursing
"Anybody want Anatomy Review?"
. . Whatever you do, don't pick
him up by the belt" , , , "You
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. . . "I knew that would get you- "
A letter From a Friend
It has often seemed to me that nursing is a thankless profession and I would caution a
young woman about to enter nursing school to think twice. The work is hard, the discipline
rigorous and the financial reward greater elsewhere. How many times do we forget to thank
the quietly efficient and thoughtful nurses who care for our patients? Even the most fatuous
among us must sometimes feel ashamed for having criticized a nurse for an error or a minor
omission, when she has done a thousand things correctly without notice or praise.
What is it then, that attracts the young woman to this most arduous of professions?
Even a superficial analysis suggests three major motives:
First, there is scientific curiosity - the same curiosity that has impelled man to exam-
ine and attempt to control his environment and his destiny for ages past. For some of us,
the desire to see beyond the frontier of disease into the region of the abnormal, offers a
The desire to make one's mark in this world - to do something of importance - where
rendering good service to one's fellow creature is considered to be of great importance -
constitutes a second motive.
Finally, and most difficult to define, is a spirit of adventure, common to most of us,
that first allows us to overcome revulsion and fear and enter the dissecting room and the
operating theater. The nurse's ability to remain calm and function efficiently in those dark
and fearful areas where life begins and ends, sets her apart from the multitude. What she
sees and experiences, makes her forever different,
These qualities that the nurse brings to her profession, compounded with the vigilance
and awareness that must come with hard experience in caring for patients, make her a very
special person. She is the eyes and ears of the physician in his absence, We all owe you a
debt of gratitude.
As one physician who nightly leaves his patients to the care of the faithful nurses and
returns in the morning to find them safe, allow me to borrow a phrase which often appears
in the nurse's notes, and describes my condition as:
"Slept well. No complaints."
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was horrible!" . . . Early bird , . . Loves
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Cloud Nine . . .
2 wake up . . . Pat
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operator" . . . Ianise Ian .. . "Amy,
do you have the key?" . . . Helpful
"Hurry up off the phone!" . . . "What else is
new" . . . Roses from Gary . , . "How's your
thing with the Physio Therapist!" . . . April
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. . . lO1st Airborne . . . God only knows.
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tutoring service . . . March bride . . . Petite
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of juice" . . . Kraft foods . . . "I have to go
to bed . . . Generous
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Our very own turtle . . . September bride
. . . "I wrote six letters today" . . . Unpre
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food fund . . . Freckles galore . . . Twiggy
Nice car . . . Comedian
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cheese cake and coffee . . . Sleeping beau-
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"Can I borrow? . . . "Clean the kitchen!
"Lights out! . . . Considerate
"I don't think you're very funny" . . . Yank-
SGS . . . Loves Peds . . . Two alarm clocks
Pretty eyes . . . Ski champ '
Turtle . . . Kathy's Beauty Parlor . . . That
radio . . . "That's my mother" , , , March 6
blind date . . . very agreeable
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boats . . . "He's got a definite problem"
. . . "Thanks, Hon" . . . Strained bananas
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a cigarette? . . . Silence is golden . . . Food
on Sunday nights . . . Night at Cy's
Shares with all
CAROL LEO TTA
Calling Dr. Leotta . . . "I kissed Dustin Hoff
man" . . . "Oh Wow" . . . That record play-
er . . . See you topside . . , "What a riot!"
"I want a call Hom Uncle Johnny" , , ,
Would you tell me a bedtime story? . . .
"Andi, can I borrow your tape recorder?"
. . The O, R. is awaiting you! . . .
Sweet kid , . . "Anyone want jello?" . . .
"Who wants to go out tonight?" . . . Ene-
mas . . . "Where is the birdie? . .
"What a hassel" . . . Loves Janis Iaplin . . .
"Out of sight" . . . Baggy pants and sagging
styckings . . . Loves people
Hazardous . . . Woosie . . . "I'm crazy but
you're sane" . . . Birdlegs and charge
"It's Leonardo DaVinci's grandmother" . . .
You have until 8 o'clock, Teddy's calling"
, . . "I'm trying to sleep" . , . "Look what
Teddy gave me --orange! . . .
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FRIENDSHIP IS LIKE A FLOWER
A Friendship doesn't just "happen"
Or grow in just an hour -
It's something that's tended carefully
Till it blossoms like a flower
It's sown by seeds of thoughtfulness
Of understanding, too
And by little joys and troubles shared
As only friends can do
Friendship helps to brighten an ordinary day
And adds its loveliness
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To life like a beautiful bouquet
And some very special Friendships keep
growing all life through
Like the very lovely Friendship that
We have shared with you
Student nurses are one of the nicest things that can
happen to a hospital.
They come in all sizes, shapes, uniforms and caps,
They show up everywhere - on units, in utility rooms,
at chart desks, and in classrooms. Doctors yell at them,
head nurses criticize them, interns tolerate themg resi-
dents overlook themg mothers worry about them - and
patients love them.
A student nurse is courage under a cap, ambition in
a crispy starched uniform, energy in person. She's a
dedicated heart, a cheerful smile, a comforting voice.
A student nurse likes days off, mealtime, boys, pedi
antics, certain doctors, pretty clothes, and yes, her
nursing school. She doesn't care much for alarm clocks
getting up for roll call, making beds or walking long
A student nurse is a wonderful person. No one else
gets so much pleasure from adjusting a bed or fluffing
a pillow. No one else gets such satisfaction from chang
ing a bandage or holding a cool drink to dry lips.
You can criticize her, but you cannot dishearten
her. You can hurt her feelings, but you cannot make
her quit. Her hours are long, her studies are difficult,
but she is a hardworking young woman, full of determi-
nation. And she looks forward to that wonderful day
when she can proudly say - "I'm a Nurse!"
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We the edrtor Elarne Beh and co edltor Janet Conway of th1s yearbook hereby leave
to the edrtor and co edrtor of next year s yearbook 1 case of Excedrrn 4 walls to bang your
heads on 1 yearbook k1t enough nerve to be a good nursance and a brg pest a book of
prayers and our condolences To Mrs Marks we leave Peace
I Elarne Beh hereby leave my much loved vorce to T1f and Andr and to each a new set of
I Janet Conway hereby leave a few foot stools to the shortest grrl rn next year s class
Also a medrcal drctronary to avord Mrs Evert s 99 s
I Amy Chrrdo hereby leave the frrst floor telephone booth to anyone wrshrng to call her
Mother Also my screen rn Rm 145 as a means of commumcatron
Jane McElroy hereby leave Kathy Crrmmrns the phone booth OUT OF ORDER'
Kathy Crrmmrns hereby leave the frrst floor bathroom to anyone who can use rt more
Erleen LaMon1ca hereby leave a turtle to Kathy Laffey and a sarlboat to Kathy Lehman
Claudra Scores hereby leave a parr of stockrngs to Kathy Lehman my key to I-Io Io s
Erleen LaMon1ca a parr of roller skates to Kathy Laffey and a parr of wrrst restrarnts to
I Io Anne Kaloroumakrs hereby leave a Bluebrrd to Suzanne Mosely a p1le of crumbs
to Betsy Brrerley and a lrttle black book to Carol Leotta for all the guys she knows
I Carol Leotta hereby leave gum to Suzanne a lung full of crgarette smoke to Joanne
Kaloroumakrs a hot dog from Howard Johnson s to Claudla Scores a bag of garbage and an
empty orange Jurce glass to Betsy Brrerley
I Suzanne Mosley hereby leave a one way ucket to Yankee Stadrum to Joanne Kalorou
makrs cheese and crackers to the frrst floor soul musrc to the second floor and Grdget s
frrend to Kathy Laffey
I Chrrs Domm hereby leave worryrng about tests to next year s class
I Lrnda Dakers hereby leave all my luck to the next grrl rn room 146 God help her
and one roll of frlm to next year s yearbook
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I Peggy Selfrldge hereby leave all my extra pounds to a poor sk1nny student of 1970 my
famous pumpkln bathrobe to anyone who can f1t 1nto lt and 12 000 gupples to my dear
compamon, Maureen Ryan
I B1ll1e Prlnce hereby leave New York State my 510 bathrobe the carpetbaggers to
Denlse Cuddy and my allergy shots to Dr Barry
I Donna Hardgrove hereby leave a spare t1re a 34 r1ng and G P S to Jan1e Welr to
Barbara D1eter1ch I leave a dI1V6 every Wednesday a road map of N Y C and seat
belts and a nall f1le and permanently folded cap to Dawn M1chelle
I Tlffy Paterson hereby leave to the next student who enllghtens the doorway of room
143 the no1s1est green car rn the parklng lot
I Pat Plckett hereby leave DAISY to anyone who has nerve enough to dI1V6 her shares
Cherlsh w1th Janet and Joe and to the class of 1970 I g1V6 my prune JUICC
I Sam Welnmann hereby leave a road map to Cy s to Janle Wert all my stuffed anlmals
to Janet Russek my head zoo keeper and my squeaky shoes to haunt the third floor
I Andi Sheets hereby leave next year s frrst floor gtrls enough mops and pa1ls 1n case the
bathroom overflows agaln at 2 a m
I Jane Welr hereby leave my blue and yellow checked pants to Kathy Lehman and pota
to chlps and omon d1p to Sammy
I Donna Mamrosh hereby leave qulet hours to anyone who can stand lt a carton of
clgarettes to second floor and a turtle to Kathy Laffey
I Betsy Brlerley hereby leave many many many clgarettes to second floor
one wrecked room to Carol Leotta one bathroom screen to Joanne Kaloroumakls and one
obnox1ous kltten to Matt1e Toomey
I Madelelne Toomey hereby leave to Mrs Glussman the flrst dlaper from the flrst baby
Pfhaumbaum born on the moon To the professor removable 1nk To goo goo many
prayers To pumpkln castor o1l used SSE bag a LHX1 to Cy s To Dr Seus a worn out
tumor and a book on modern med1c1ne 1n 1937 To Mrs Marks thank you for taklng a
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frightened girl off the city streets Most important without your A D F I never would
have made it Your overpowering kindness helped me reach the impossible dream
I Jams Fawcett hereby leave a box of People Crackers rn my mailbox for McGregor
I Darlene Pflug hereby leave my crutches slrng ace bandages and bandards to the
accident prone student of next year
I Judy Solan hereby leave my motherly advice to anyone desperate enough to use lt and
Frogalrna to Sam third floor zoo keeper
I Lynn Newfreld hereby leave my old worn out much used deck of cards to Mrs Kap
I Lucille Giordano hereby leave the cafeteria food to anyone with a strong stomach and
my dancing shoes to anyone who can fit them
I Kathy Laffey hereby leave an eyebrow tweezer to Dawn a nasty remark to Suzanne
a thank you to all the girls who Jumped on me every morning and a pack of cigarettes to
I Sandy DeCarol1s hereby leave my check book and strong box to next year s up coming
treasurer my teapot and mug to the big tea drinker of 1970
the heat goes off and my army fatigue shirt to anyone with enough nerve to wear 1t
I Sandy Chatelarn hereby leave my alarm clock and the hours of 6 a m to noon to
anyone who can stand them
Shrela Wondsel hereby leave more parking spaces rn the parking lot
Roberta Rose hereby leave my suggestions for the administration
Eulah I ones, hereby leave the key to room 216 to anybody that wants lt
Phyllis Gurman hereby leave all the patlents to the up coming class
Helen Smith hereby leave my place in the lunch line my coffee and cigarette break
and a large spike needed to anchor your cap for the first time
I Eileen O Reilly hereby leave the many clocks throughout the school and hosprtal to
anyone who enjoys puzzles
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I, Denise Cuddy, hereby leave, to the class of 1970, my tiger, to keep them warm, when
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We the second floor hereby leave 14 pairs of baby shoes to Miss Mutzel
I Kathy Meehan hereby leave to my sister Noreen a wish for a year of happiness and
success and to my roommate a recordlng of Maddy are you up? It s '7 25'
I Judy Sabella hereby leave Barnabas and Dark Shadows to the fans of next year s class
I Barbara Dreterrch leave all the mrnutes of the class meetrng to the new secretary
Good Luck' l S1tt1ng 1n the Three Flags wrth a chrcken a styrofoam cup and one demer
lt to Donna Hardgrove A box of trssues and a bar of soap to Denrse Cuddy One bottle
of Johnson s Baby Shampoo BROKEN to Sandy DeCarol1s
I Mary Gonser hereby leave to my 3rd floor roommates my eyebrow tweezers so they
can pluck therr own eyes 1n peace
Trffy Andr and Bee hereby leave the T V Room and the 3rd mattress under the
e to next year s three muskateers
Janet and Amy hereby leave to the next proud owners of room 145 our footprrnt on
the Class of 1969 hereby leave A large ashtray grafted to her wrrst a case of
yogart rn assorted flavors and an automatlc pm setter wrth p1ns rn drfferent shades of blue
to Mrs Marks
F1fty nlne unused Pharmacology books a super large book of Basrc Math a pack of crga
rettes to call her very own and a laugh a meter to Mrs Corbett
An alarm clock a day that begrns at 10 A M an automatrc self starter and a Joanne for
her Off1C6 to Mrs Kaplan
A pop qulz an automatlc drtto machine to treasure and a stool to reach the top of the
blackboard to Mrs Evert
A new unburnable tea pot a referee so her chrldren won t call at work an accurate Kar
dex for Post Partum an unendrng supply of low calorre food and a rockrng chrar to Mrs
A fur l1ned sweater wrth a high neck a case of rnstant breakfast fond memorles of Mrs
Burgess and somethrng to do between 4 5 whlle wa1t1ng for M1ss Mrtchell to M1ss Her
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KATHLEEN ABRAMS president
DONNA HARDGROVE Vice President
BARBARA DIETRICH Secretary
SANDRA DeCAROLIS Treasurer
CARMEN TORRES Sgt. at Arms
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ELAINE BEH Editor-in-Chief
JANET CONWAY Assistant Editor
JANIS FAWCETT Chairman PAM MQRRIS Chairman
DONNA MAMROSH AMY CHIRDO
CHRIS DOMIN CLAUDIA SCORES
MARY GALVIN JANE MCELROY
BETSY BRIERLEY EILEEN O'REILLY
ANDI SHEETS Chairman KATHY LAFFEY Chairman
CAROL LEOTTA LINDA DAKERS
SUZANNE MOSLEY CARMEN TORRES
TIFFY PATERSON DARLENE PFLUG
The Yearbook Staff wishes to express our appre-
ciation to Mrs. Evert for all the help she has given
"No matter how many years have passed,
I will never walk these halls and not remember
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