Trinity College - Tau Kappa Yearbook (Burlington, VT)

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s ■-v J rNt : - TAU KAPPA Class of ' 65 Trinity College Burlington, Vermont Table of Contents Foreword 3 Dedication 4 Administration and Faculty. 6 Activities 16 Organizations 30 Campus Life 52 Seniors 6S Patrons 108 ' •iii ui ' m ' Foreword I scarcely had one single care in the world, my life, presenting no big obstacles, seemed to have few or simple complications- life solved itself without my contribution I had no doubts about harmonious answers which could and would be given to every question. But suddenly this felt necessity of answering these questions for myself. So I shall go on where I started from, sudden complexity, self-generated, disturbed by which I started on this journey. Yevtushenko Dedication 1 Sr. Mary Gregory Sr. Mary Charles The class of 1965 has been known to estab- lish precedents. In keeping with our character, we dedicate our Tau Kappa to two people who have shown warm and loyal support for us in these four years. They have made a lasting im- pression on us, not only as considerate and con- scientious persons, but as those exemplifying the human touch. We feel a particular closeness to them as they came to Trinity the same year that we did. We, the Class of 1965, dedicate Tau Kappa to Sister Mary Charles and Sister Mary Gregory. 4 AlU !»: K l ' fll iVi0»% - i laaii too litt that ther. umi i a ' fl Km ■ v f The Most Reverend Robert F. Joyce, D.D. Bishop of Burlington We would like to express our deepest appreciation and gratitude for all that Bishop Joyce has done for the diocese of Burlington and the work accomplished in the present Ecumenical Council. Sister Mary Claver, Ph.D., President The diploma which you receive is not just an award for successful com- pletion of intellectual pursuits; it is, rather, a passport to a new way of life in which you will be expected to contribute generously of your knowl- edge and skills. As liberally educated women in the modern world you will assume a role of full participation in numerous civic and religious causes which will benefit to some degree all members of society. This commitment de- mands complete dedication of your unique gifts, while at the same time it expects that you retain your personal dignity, your warmth, your un- derstanding and your sensitivity. We at Trinity are confident that the changeless values acquired here will enable you to meet these challenges with courage. Go now, dear graduates, with our blessings and prayers, and may God be with you throughout the years. Seated: Sister M. Cephas, Dean of Studies; Sister AA. Claver, President; Sister AA. Carmel, Librarian; Standing.- Sister M. David, Treasurer and Director of Publicity; Sister M. Gregory, Registrar; Sister AA. Edmond, Dean of Women; Sister AA. Patrick, Director of Admissions. AAiss Patricia Ahern, B.A.; Instructor in Theology and Philosophy. Reverend Thomas J. Beary, B.A., AA.A., Ph.D.; Associate Professor of Theology and Philosophy. AArs. J. Bell, AA.S.; Laboratory Assistant in Biology. AAr. William T. Bird, B.S., AA.S.W.; Assistant Professor of Sociology. AAr. Fred Bloomhardt, B.A., AA.A., AA.S. in L.S.; Instructor in History. Sister AAary Carmel, B.A., B.S. in L.S., AA.A.; Associate Professor of English. 10 Sister Mary Cephas, B.A., M.A.; Associate Professor of Education. Sister Mary Charles, B.A.; Instructor in English. Sister Mary Claver, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.; Assistant Professor of Education. Sister Mary Cyril, B.A., M.A., B.Mus., L.Mus., D.Mus.; Professor of Ro- mance Languages. Sister Mary David, B.S.; Instructor in Business Ed- ucation. Sister Mary Edmond, Ph.B., M.A.; Assistant Professor of History. Mother Mary Emmanuel, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.; Pro- fessor of Classical Lan- guages. Mrs. M. Gianonne, B.S.; Instructor in Physical Ed- ucation. Sister Mary Gregory, B.S., M.A.T.; Instructor in Biology. Mrs. Hilda Hernandez, D.Ed.; Instructor in Spanish. Miss Dorothy B. Hunt, A.T.C.M., B.Mus., M.A.; Associate Professor of Music. Mrs. Ruth Izzo, D.Ed.; Instructor in Education. Mrs. Dolores Johnston, B.A., M.A.; Assistant Professor of Spanish. Mr, John P. Kane, B.S., M.S.S.S.; Instructor in Sociol- ogy. Mr. Franklin Kellogg, B.S., M.A.; Instructor in Physics and Mathematics. Miss L. Kelly, M.B.A.; Lab- oratory Assistant in Biology. Mrs. R. Korson, M.S.; Labora- tory Assistant in Biology. Mr. Richard T. Moore, B.A., M.A.; Instructor in English. Miss Grace E. Morrissey, B.A., M.A.; Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Sister Mary Patrick, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.; Assistant Profes- sor of English. Mrs. Florence T. Schien, A.B., M.S.; Instructor in Chemistry. Mrs. Elsa Keil Sichel, B.S., M.A.; Professor of Biological Sciences. Raverend Leo J. Steady, B.A., B.Ph., S.T.L., Ph.D.; Assistant Professor of Theology and Philosophy. Mrs. Bernice Torch, B.A., M.S.; Laboratory As- sistant in Biology. Biology Business English History French Mathematics Medical Technology Sociology 15 [• : ' tlM » r T i M :. --%flr JSSWi m •llllll ■ m 19 Retreat 1 i liifft ' ni A few days each year are set aside in which the students of Trinity Col- lege are encouraged to re-evaluate their approach to God. Participation in lectures and liturgical services com- bine to make the retreat beneficial. 20 22 Parents ' Weekend. Our parents are Trinity ' s guests every Autumn for a weekend which affords them the opportunity to meet faculty and to participate in campus life. Traditional yet flexible, the interclass entertainment is its highlight. 23 Junior Weekend Senior court representative Elaine Bodkin, with escort Dan Boyajian. Junior Weekend opens with the glamor- ous event— the fornnal ball. Saturday after- noon was perfect for the barn dance at Stowe, followed by a buffet dinner at the Cupola Restaurant. " The Newport Jazz Fes- tival " was Saturday night ' s entertainment. The weekend closed with Mass on Sunday and a brunch at the Cupola for the juniors. 1964 Junior Weekend Queen Genevieve Hall. 24 Chairmen, R. Brenan and V. Kluz Queen Geraldine Raymond with escort Dennis Foley. 25 c h r i s t m a s P a r t y One of Trinity ' s treasured traditions is the annual Christ- mas party. Faculty and stu- dents join to rejoice in the hol- iday spirit. 26 Tassel Night How we love the halls of ivy " The gavel . . . symbol of authority Dignity, sentiment, and humor combine to make a pleasant program on Tassel Night— the final gathering of the entire student body— which is designed as a formal farewell from each class to the graduating sen- iors. The graduates review some of the outstanding events of their college years, and they are the object of songs dedicated to them by each class. At the same time, the Tassel Night ceremony marks a forward step in the life of every underclassman. With the turning of the tassels, each girl is rewarded with the knowledge that all her efforts during the past years were not in vain. The seniors take a final look at the " good old days " and turn toward a new life; never to forget the immeasurable value of their days at Trinity. Seniors we hate to see you go Freshman Orientation A freshman ' s acquaintance with Trinity begins with a week of orientation consist- ing of matters pertaining to all aspects of college life to come— social, religious, and academic. Amid the confusion of unpack- ing and learning new directions, thp new arrivals, wearing traditional crew hats and identification badges, attend Mass and meals, meet in groups to become familiar with the college clubs and functions, and participate in many aptitude tests. On Sunday, the class trip to Stowe is high- lighted by a chicken barbecue after a day of riding the chair lift or climbing the scenic slopes. The week terminates with a big sister-little sister banquet at the Ho- tel Vermont. 28 Eat, drink and be merry With Discotheque as its theme, the Soph- omore Class spon- sored a dance— 1965 style— at the Heine- burg Club. Sophomore Hop Chairmen: K. Lynch and B. Jason 29 ' i xsss . 1 y For many years I was self-appointed inspector of snowstorms and rainstorms, I did my duty faithfullf. ' Tlioreau Kappa Mu Sigma, the student government asso- ciation, presents each Trinity stucJent with the op- portunity of acquiring a direct knowledge of the principles of democratic government in non-aca- demic campus functions. Operating as a strong or- ganized unit, it assists in preparing for the ever demanding future by developing the qualities of co-operation, responsibility and leadership. Kappa Mu Sigma p. Connelly, Pres.; S. Audette, lit V.Prej.; G. Glennon, 2nd V.Pret.; M. Neilson, Treas.: Absent, R. Frenette, Sec. 32 Judicial Board: AA. Daggett; Sr. M. David; P. Connelly; Sr. M. Cephas. Executive Board: Sr, M. Edmond; Mr, W, Bird, E. O ' Donnell; G. Glennon; E. Hume. 33 Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary 34 The Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary encourages its members toward a greater intensification of their spiritual life through individual and group activ- ites. R. Frenetle; J, Fitzgerald; A. Valentine; M. Corbetl. 35 Triple Key J. Gunn, Scc.Treij., B. Cassidy, Prei., F. Kopec, V-Pre». The Triple Key is an honor society composed of those girls who typify the well- rounded Catholic college stu- dent. Activities have encom- passed many areas, most prominently the Orphan Scholarship Fund. • Who ' s Who Outstanding students are annually recognized by election to Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Eligibility is determined by scholarship, leadership, service to school, and future promise. Trinity ' s 1965 recip- ients of this honor are: Susan Rathgaber, Anita Creem, Sharon O ' Donnell, Susan Duff, Ann Houle, Agnes McGee, Mary Hickey, Maureen Connors, Alexia Currie, and Bernadette Cassidy. 37 Religious instruction is pro- vided for exceptional stu- dents by volunteer instructors from Trinity and St. Michael ' s. Indirectly related to this pro- gram is a survey course of special education offered at Trinity. Program for Special Education 38 Director Siller Mary Brian with student cha getl and Dennis Brayden Marion Dag- C. Pennimpede; S. La Ferriere; K. Lynch; M. Rodgers Planning Board The National Federation of Catholic College students is an organization which strives toward the formation of a strong, unified, and function- al laity. Membership includes each student of member colleges. HHfl= " " ! W M u Tutoring Program 39 The Triad 40 Editorial Stall The college publication is issued monthly presenting a variety of articles and points of view conveying the thoughts and life of the students of Trinity College. 41 Tau Kappa Moderator, Sf. M. Carmcl Editor, A. Currie Editor, A. Schmitt Editorial Staff 42 Treasurer And Substitute Editors Literary Staff Business Staff Art and Photography Staff V.Pres: J. Lestorti; Prey. S. Rathgaber; Sec.-Treas: K. O ' Donnel Aristos The functions of Aristos are many and diversified. Sponsoring Parents ' Weekend and various lectures of ed- ucat onal, cultural and practical val- ues, the club fosters enjoyable and beneficial activities. Mi R?l II jg ' Mr M vM ' V fl ' - ' " ' Z- n ; ' ' " " . .4 »- ' A-¥1 International Relations Club offers an opportunity and a challenge to the stu- dent body to acquaint them- selves with the other nations of the world. Monthly lec- tures, forunns or social hours let the club members focus on questions that arise from international living. International Relations Club Pres: E. Cronin; V.Pres: A. AAcGee; Sec: S. Laferriere I ' Ji. 45 Inter-Club Council The efficiency of club programs is insured by co-ordinate planning carried out by the Inter- Club Council. Its mem- bers are the various club presidents who strive for more success- ful activities through campus co-operation. Marriage Club Marriage club is opened exclusively to seniors and aims at in- forming them of the hardships and rewards of every aspect of mar- ried life. Guest speak- ers who are authorities on the various subjects attend meetings and throughout the course of the year offer a well- rounded and sound ed- ucation ori Christian marriage. Curtain and Cast Talented students are given the opportunity to perform in college drama which provides experience and entertainment for those in- volved. M?i?:4li The Athletic Club seeks to devel- op sportsmanship and physical fit- ness by providing a wide variety of activities throughout the year. Vol- leyball and basketball games are sponsored by the Club on an inter- collegiate as well as on intramural level. 48 M. Vetrano, House President House Committee E. McGuirk, Inter-Dorm President Resident life functions effectively due to the co-ordination of the House Committee members. The traditional Christmas Party under their spon- sorship brings the entire student body close together. 49 !I It % t li 1 m Wi 1 i i t 4 1 ' 4 1 1 1 i t $ mit m 1 1 lift 1 . » ' • • Music Club Members develop musical skills through participation in group and specialized activities. Throughout the year, Trinity ' s choral groups partic- ipate in various programs, the focal point of which is Choral Festival in May. 1 I I i k % i 50 Double Quartelte I t i - fe. ■• » w%. fi I n P m ' " ii VL ' f V- 54 " Don ' t ho— ho me But they ' re not le» girls Freshman Year So maybe I like Golden Books. 55 An evening well spent? Sophomore Year Can we tot ' em home? 57 mi ,: M Rah! Rahl Rah! Si Boom . . . Bahl Going for a ride? It ' s off to the arid wastes of Mesopotamia 58 You can dreu fhem up, but you can ' t take them out. Are you sure tobogganing is lafe? Junior Year This ain ' t no ordinary blanket! 59 Senior Year 60 61 K Sury, Rep ; M Gallagher, Sec; R. Dillon, Pres.; S. L«ng, V. Pre5.; J. Gunn, Trea». Junior Class 62 63 A. Valentine, Treas.; AA. Spenser, V.-Pres.; E. Hume, Pres.; J. R an, Sec; J. Unger, Rep. Sophomore Class 65 E Freshman Class M Mahoney, Rep ; M. T«ylor, Sec ; E ODonnell, Prc« ; M Nordbcrg, V Prei ; S. McPtierton, TieM 66 -x amn K. FoTi . BARBARA ELIZABETH AMBROSE AAontpelier, Vermont B.A. Sociology K M S. 1, 2, 3, , N.F C C.S. I, 2, 3, A, Marriage Club, Mujic Clob 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Orphan Program 3, Teaching Retarded Children 3, i. Dean ' s list 3. " Hey, Ambrose " . . . Miss Hunt ' s prodigy . . . surprise— a car . . . " Have the worst luck getting to see him " . . . dishes from Mom . . . Indiana . . . mammoth rollers . . . what ' s life without patience and perseverance . . . " Let ' s ask Aquinas about it. " Respect is what we owe; Love is what we give. Bailey SUZANNE J. AUDETTE Burlington, Vermont B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, First Vice President 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1. 2, 3, 4. TRIAD 3, 4. Triple Key 3, 4, Dean ' s list 3. Marriage Club, TAU KAPPA, lecture Concert Series Committee 3, 4. Recognize that voice? . . . dependable . . . from high school through college with the same car, job, and boy . . . hot rod . . . Lake Eden . . . persistent . . . oh, those British! . . . " See you on the slopes- if the skis don ' t fall off the car on the way up " . . . Air Force blue . . . world traveller . . . Sue. The day shall not be up so soon as I To try the fair adventures of tomorrow. Shakespeare 70 JANE M. BAKER Malone, New York B.S. Biology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Teaching Retarded Children 3, 4. " Sunny " . . . " Cheer up, things could get worse " . . . Jane Baker, buzzer . . . curses, curses ... Is the pie all right? . . . hurry to class, never before the bell . . . quiet at dawn, loquacious at midnight . . . weigh that crucible again . . . TANG with popcorn ... act of charity plus B.L.T. equals Dick . . . R.O.V.V. . . . always smiling. Summer takes the winter as the good years take the change, There ' ll be laughter in the land again but hearts won ' t be the same. Stewart ELAINE ANN BODKIN Stony Brook, New York B.S. Business K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, Aristos 1, 2, 3, 4, Marriage Club, TRIAD 1, 2, TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program 3, 4, Teaching Retarded Children 1, Class Play 2. Thelm . . . " Is there a plot afoot? " . . . bespeckled and befreckled . . . " God love you " . . . " Help me coordinate, kids " . . . fashionable to be late . . . Hawk in flight . . . " Would you be my eyes? " . . . " When my ship comes in " . . . Trinity ' s Esther Williams . . . keen and sharp wit . . . taunts the O.G. . . . Kitty and the girls . . . Armenian Sot . . . " But she ' s a good soul " . . . " It ' s yours " . . . SBD lillies . . . " Am I too dark? " . . . Lover ' s rash in Dan ' s . . . DANNY BOY. And yet love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation. Gibran 7! CATHERINE E. BURKE Burlington, Vernnont B.A. English KMS 1, 2, 3, 4, NF.C.CS. 1, 2, 3, 4, TRIAD 1, 2. TAU KAPPA Yeh, man!! . . , " Wanna go to Atlantic City? " . . . drives the blue Chevy that ' s first out of the yard . . . always ready to listen and do favors . . . What goes on in Wash- ington? ... Do blondes have more fun? . . . those sharp parties . . . UVAA fraternities . . . makes a new skirt a day. Two roads diverged in a yellow wood And sorry I could not travel both. Frosf MARY ELIZABETH BYRNE Orange, New Jersey B.A. History K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tutoring Program 4, Athletic Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2, I.R.C. 4, Class Play 3, Marriage Club, Triple Key 3, 4, TAU KAPPA Mary Beth . . . B.B.B. . . . IBM answer machine . . . " Pray to me, kids " . . . the great historical bum . . . " That test was an absolute— " . . . you were guzzling where? . . . " I ' ve spent $28 since Thursday " . . . crown jewels . . . " Oh, I ' m so sad! " . . . annual exam spaz . . . the Byrne eyes . . . coffee-cigarette-DASHI It must be want life to go on living. Frost 72 JOAN C. CAMPBELL Burlington, Vermont B.A. English KM.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Club 1, TAU KAPPA. The Country Clothes Horse . . . checking out the Den . . . " Oh, no " . . . pizza anytime of day or night . . . horses, skis, and sailboats (sigh) , . . " Really " . . . loves it as long as it ' s a party . . . Brown Ledge . . . gets along with everybody. Nothing In nature is unbeautiful. Tennyson BERNADETTE CELINE CASSIDY Kearny, New Jersey B.A. History K.M.S. I, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tutoring Program 4, WHO ' S WHO, I.R.C. 3, 4, Marriage Club, Sodality 1, Music Club 1, 2, TRIAD 3, TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program 3, Triple Key 3, 4, President 4, Sophomore Hop Co-Chalrman, Dean ' s List 1, 2. 3. Bernie ... a student of Law . . . " ten dollars to a dough- nut " . . . Home for the weekend ? . . . the Jersey shore . . . red blotches . . . Singapore Slings . . . Candlelight and Silver . . . posture and poise . . . " Oliver " . . . How about a hand of bridge? . . . photographic memory . . . " Who, me smoke? " . . . Dan ' s at 8:30 with The Fink . . . big mock . . . Ber and Ags. When I planted rosebushes I always reaped roses. Amado Nervo 73 PATRICIA E. CONNELLY Woodside, New York B.S. Biology K.MS. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Representative 3, House Committee 1, 2, Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, Marriage Club, Inter-Club Council 4, TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program 3, Inter- Collegiate Council 3, 4, Class Play 3, lecture Concert Scries Committee 4. The leader . . . don ' t forgetfa wake me up . . . " Listen, tomorrow I have to go on a diet " . . . independent candi- date . . . " My car is sick " . . . security is a steel waste- basket . . . " It ' s easy to give up smoking " . . . methought I heard a voice cry, " Sleep no more " . . . extra starch . . . " Es ' ll take care of me " . . . Patsy. To laugh in the sunshine To gladden the world. Colum ANDREA R. COLONNESE Bridgeport, Connecticut B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2. 3, 4, Aristos 1, 2, 3, 4, Marriage Club, TRIAD 2, 3, Circulation Manager 3, TAU KAPPA, Business Manager. Triple Key 3, 4. Andi . . . sparkling brown eyes . . . impeccably groomed and attired . . . dependable friend . . . methodical man- ner ... an asset to any organization ... " I feel in the mood for a good dinner at Bove ' s topped by a good shower " . . . " speaking of the weather, when I was in Indiana " . . . " Got the nicest letter from the lad today " . . . Chanel, of course ... " I got the best buy " . . . WITTY. Lef nof fhaf happen which I wish, but that which is right. AAenander 74 MAUREEN MARGARET CONNORS West Pawlet, Vermont B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President 3, WHO ' S WHO, Aristos 4, Marriage Club, Music Club 1, 2, 4, Treasurer 1, TAU KAPPA, Teaching RelarcJed Children 2, Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3. " The Mole " . . . spend many weekends on campus? . . . Bill ' s maid . . . spaz much? . . . she ' s really mad for El Espanol . . . when she ' s good she ' s very, very good, and when she is bad she ' s horrendous . . . Mole ' s Hill . . . nothing like the quarry pits . . . burns the midnight oil . . . Child of Grace . . . relax— impossible ... a new hat? No, it ' s an umbrella. Can Wisdom be put in a silver rod? Or Love in a golden bowl? Blake ANITA LaPOINTE CREEM Burlington, Vermont B.A. History K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tutoring Program 4, Class Sec- retary 3, 4, WHO ' S WHO, Triple Key 3, 4, Dean ' s list 1, 2, 3, TRIAD 3, Aristos 1, 2, 3, 4, IRC. 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, Music Club 1, 3. Orphan Program 3, TAU KAPPA. " Nits " . . . Sweet . . . Mrs. WVMT . . . Good-bye Rollers . . . planning meals for two (the diet way) . . . peaches and " creem " complexion . . . " The Saint " . . . the secre- tary will please read the minutes . . . the orphanage . . . A W at 9:55 . . . Cooperation plus. Prayer is the little implement through which men reach where Presence is denied them. Dickenson 75 ELIZABETH C. CRONIN Troy, New York B.A. History K.M.S. 1,2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tutoring Program 4, Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4, Aristos 1, 2, 3, 4, I.R.C. 2, 3, 4, President 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Marriage Clob, Music Club 1, 3. 4, TRIAD 3, TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program 3. Betsy . . . " The Fink " ... an expert on the Book of Kells . . . " What ' s the scoop? " . . . Hedda Hopper . . . problems, problems, problems all day long . . . " No, Sister, I ' m positive it ' s brown " . . . always considerate . . . " Kids— about the dues " . . . the essence of Ricciotti . . . " I ' m so upset " . . . mimic much? terrific job as IRC president . . . Butts. The most completely lost of all days is that on which one has not laughed. snacks Chamfort MARY ELLEN CREEAA Waterbury, Connecticut B.A. English K.MS. I, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Club I, 2, Arittoi I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Marriage Club, TRIAD 2, TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program 4, Class Play 2. Emmy Lou . . . perpetually on the wagon . . . tough at Tufts . . . Walrus . . . where ' s my mirror . . . the Villa ' s cupid . . . athletically inclined but not much ' interest in tennis courts . . . and my date was engaged!! . . . Phil a la mode . . . Norwich candidate . . . " What page are you on? " A thing of beauty is a joy forever. Its loveliness increases; it v ill never pass into nothingness. Keats 76 ALEXIA F. CURRIE Wyckoff, New Jersey B.S. Business K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, N.F.C.C.S. I, 2, 3, 4, WHO ' S WHO, Athletic Club 1, 2, Marriage Club, TRIAD 3, TAU KAPPA, Co-Editor, Orphan Program 3, Triple Key 3, 4. " Lex " . . . love conquers all . . . Six 8:30 ' s again?? . . . sedate, poised, efficient . . . " Keep quiet, Mary Beth. Now as I was saying " . . . " Be serious " ... a letter every Friday . . . " Hey, your dinner hour is at 5:30 " . . . Cos- mopolitan air . . . perfectionist . . . " Oh, honestly " . . . " I ' ll have grey hair before that next deadline. " We love the things we love for what they are. Frost MARION C. DAGGETT Glens Falls, New York B.A. Sociology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Class President 3, 4, Athletic Club 1, 2, Aristos 1, 2, 3, 4, I.R.C. 3, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Marriage Club, TRIAD 3, Orphan Program 3, Teaching Retarded Children 3, 4, Chair- man 4, Inter-Collegiate Council 3, 4, Vice-Chairman. M.C.D. . . . Maid Marion . . . " turn tiddly turn " . . . the grand night . . . grandma . . . trumps . . . " Maybe I ' ll go home this weekend " . . . sophisticated lady . . . " OK, fellas, let ' s pick on someone else for a while " . . . " Hurry up, Susan " . . . " And she kept these things in her heart. " God never closes a door unless He opens another. Anonymous 77 MARILYN DELIA VECCHIA Hamden, Connecticut B.A. Sociology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Arijios 2, I.R.C. 4, Marriage Club, Muiic Club 2, 3, 4, TRIAD 3, TAU KAPPA. New Girl . . . " Anyone want to go for a bike ride? " . . . W.H. O.A.I . . . guitar girl . . . hey, let ' s go to Stowe . . . don ' t you want your meat? . . . Sunnmer at Cape Cod . . . my brother is at Norwich . . . Where ' s Marilyn? . . . Hey, guess what? . . . Let ' s go to the Aswan Dam. Variety is the mother of en oymenf. Disraeli GAIL A. DeLARM Hague, New York B.A. English K.M.S. I, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Arisloi 3, lilcrary Club 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club I, 2, 3, 4, TRIAD 3, TAU KAPPA, Teaching Re- larcJed Children 3, 4. The girl that charms them . . . flowers by wire . . . early morning sunshine . . . Lake George girl . . . " Hey, Kids, I got five letters today " . . . neatest room in Mercy Hall . . . our Poetess Laureate . . . pursues her tasks with vigor . . . " All set? " . . . potentiality. n faith and hope the world will disagree but all mankirid ' s concern is charity. Pope 78 SUSAN M. DILLON New Haven, Connecticut B.A. Sociology K.AA.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S 1, 2, 3, 4, House Comfhittee 1, 3, Athletic Club 1, 2, Aristos 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club ], 2, 3, Marriage Club, TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program 3, Teaching Retarded Children 3, 4. Sue . . . piercing blue eyes . . . sharp wit . . . size 5, dress or ring? . . . doze alarm ' s best friend . . . accom- plished pianist . . . Suzy Social Worker . . . fond of one to tfiree hour naps . . . knitter . . . loves roast beef grinders with just lettuce and cheese . . . spendthrift . . . CHIRP!! . . . " But it ' s not his weekend off " ... as Cousin George would say . . . domesticated?? ... bi- lingual. Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night. Poe SUSAN ELIZABETH DUFF Worcester, Massachusetts B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tutoring Program 4, WHO ' S WHO, Athletic Club 1, 2, Aristos 1, 2, 3, 4, I.R.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, Literary Club 3, Marriage Club, Dramatics Club 3, TRIAD 1, 2, 3, TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program, Teaching Retarded Child- ren 2, 3, Triple Key 3, 4, Class Play 2, Dean ' s List 1, 3. Freckles and wit become her . . . En-schul-dig-en-zee, bitte . . . devotedness exemplified . . . piece of lemon pie and tea, love . . . andare a Pisa, a mes amies . . . hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul . . . sparks of the Irish . . . You speak English very well ... a friend is one who knows all about you and loves you just the same. Remembering how in so strange a time common integrity could look like courage. Yevt jshenko 79 JUDITH ANNE FLANAGAN Brooklyn, New York B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4. N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4. Ari»lo» 4, Marriage Club, TRIAD 2, 3, TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program 4, Claji Play 2. Black-haired, blue-eyed Judy . . . " I ' m gonna kill my- self " . . . neatness . . . always on the carpet . . . the Lodger . . . " Pretty soon I ' ll look like a book " . . . ban- daged fingers for exams . . . attractive kneecaps . . . has been known to sleep through three alarms . . . sincere friend . . . " Let ' s get a goodie " . . . Grendel . . . " Oh, foo— how could you? " . . . never with Hope. Then lovely pictures still shall bloom Upon the walls of memory ' s room. C. Dickenson MARGARET ELLEN FLANAGAN Burlington, Vermont B.A. English K.M.S. 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Club 2, 3, Aristoj 2, 3, Marriage Club, TRIAD 2, 3, TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program 3. Tall, Stately, and poised . . . her presence has graced many states . . . sophomore transfer . . . dry wit with a Vermont flavor . . . " It doesn ' t amount to a row of pins " . . . " Be reasonable— do it my way " . . . daily date at 6 P.M. . . . Hopes to have a large family— nine dogs! . . . " People are nice as long as they keep their place " . . . " Anyone want to buy a yager— adjustable size. " is cheating to try to be kind. You must be born kind or never meddle with it. Renard 80 LINDA L. GARCIA Northfield, Vermont B.S. Business K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, I.R.C. 3, 4, TAU KAPPA. Business is her business . . . quiet humor . . . faithful Spanish student . . . unrecognized achievements . . . wizz at those keys! . . . asset to St. Joseph ' s . . . true Vermonter . . . smiling, sincere, and serene . . . Linda. Know then this truth (enough for man to know) Virtue alone is happiness below. Pope ANITA GAUTHIER Bennington, Vermont B.A. History K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tutoring Program, Aristos 1, 4, I.R.C. 4, Marriage Club, TAU KAPPA. " Neatz " . . . big brown eyes . . . serious student . . . " I couldn ' t be bothered " . . . library at six . . . depth of character . . . " Joyce, we ' re out of trays " . . . pretty and petite . . . Maybelline . . . " And the mail ' s not in yet " . . . drawers of self-knit sweaters . . . Windsong . . . creative and sensitive . . . " There ' s always room for Creem " . . . Kodak Kid . . . long rides in the country . . . " All I ask out of life is happiness. " Thy spirit, Independence, let me share. Smollet 81 KATHLEEN M. GOWDEY Piltsfield, Massachusetts GENEVIEVE HALL Ipswich, Massachusetts B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, House Committee 3, Athletic Club 1, 2, Aristoj 1, 2, 3, 4, Marriage Club, TRIAD 3, TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program 4. Gen, our queen of junior weekend . . . Malcolm . . . nickel dime . . . Durf . . . vivacious . . . Froggie . . . har- lequin hair . . . eager about what? . . . " Mother " . . . pompous supercilious screamer . . . lover of Ethan Allen?? . . . leader of the toy soldiers ... St. Patrick ' s Day fallout . . . Georgie boy ... " I hate that word " . . . " You say the cleverest things " . . . sarcasm plus . . . It ' s always hui-hai . . . " Iron what?? " . . . G.B.G. . . . HIM Life is but a day A Fragile dewdrop on its perilous way From a tree ' s summif. Keats B.A. English K.M.S. I, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Ariitoj 2, 3, 4, literary Club 3, 4, Chairman 3, Marriage Club, TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program 3. 4, Teach- ing Retarded Children 3, 4. Kathy . . . " Don ' t call me Kate " ... " I don ' t like it either, but that ' s the style " . . . chubby knees . . . " Don ' t mind me; I ' m in a fog " . . . " Did you put the water on for coffee? " . . . " Let ' s cut class " . . . " Oh, not really " . . . pretty as a picture . . . down to earth and conscientious. Though much is taken, much abides; and though we are not now that strength which in old days moved earth and heaven, that which we are, we are. Tennyson 82 FRANCES ELLEN HARTE Charlotte, Vermont B.A. English K.M.S. I, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Aristos I, 2, 3, Marriage Club, TRIAD 1, 2, 3, TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program 3. " Frankie " . . . better known as " E E " . . . a fi-i-ine walk . . . " Would I lie to you? " . . . handy with figures as Business Manager of the Triad . . . " But what should I do? " . . . good listener— especially to others ' problems . . . that was no ordinary test . . . " Are you kidding me? " . . . I ' ve gone Shirley Temple today . . . matinee idol . . . " That ' s not going in the yearbook— I ' ve reformed! " There are no unconquerable citadels, just poorly planned attacks. MARY HICKEY Dannemora, New York B.A. History K.M.S. I, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. I, 2, 3, 4, WHO ' S WHO, Athletic Club 1, 2, Aristos 1, 2, 3, 4, I.R.C. 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, ICC 3, Marriage Club, Orphan Program 3, Class Play 3, TAU KAPPA. " What a ' Will ' " ... gum snapper . . . Blinky ' s dead . . . ambitious historical aide . . . " Kids, you wouldn ' t believe it " . . . Hary Mickey ... 6:10 a.m. bewitching hour . . . detour through the World ' s Fair . . . " But, Reg, I know we ' re right!! " . . . " Girdle " . . . hourly coffee breaks ... all nighters . . . the Lure every Wednesday . . . " At least the pin is mine " . . . Mary. Who never knew the price of happiness will not be happy. Yevtushenko 83 VIRGINIA EILEEN HOURIGAN Siatersville, Rhode Island B.A. Sociology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Club 1, 2, Aristoj 1, 2, 3, 4, Pretident 3, I.R.C 2, 3, Marriage Club, ICC. 3, TAU KAPPA. " Ginny " . . . " say " . . . always has one foot out the door . . . petite . . . size 3 . . . " Laugh— I howled " . . . a loyal member of the profession . . . " Theoretically speaking " . . . coffee with two creams . . . instant opin- ion . . . " Let ' s see, what else did we do? " . . . speedy eater?? . . . " Wait, I ' ll get my cigarettes and we ' ll have a party " . . . ardent student of the midnight lec- ture ... no ordinary eyebrows . . . knows the nutrition- al value of seaweed. understand life less and less, but love it more and more. Renard ANN MARIE HOULE Burlington, Vermont B.S. Medical Technology K.M.S. I. 2, 3, 4, Second Vice-President 3, N.F.C.C.S. I, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Club 1, Class Secretary 2, Orphan Program 3, Dean ' s list I, 7, Tutoring Program. " Look at me, I ' m a doll, I have sagamire for my bones " . . . smiling eyes . . . the thoughtful little things . . . mad for cream puffs and Nolde . . . nothing is im- possible . . . closet hiding in McAuiey . . . it ' s crazy! . . . haikus and sunflowers . . . L.H. degree . . . " Haven ' t I met you someplace before? " ... a depth with her friends. He who counts himself happy and who yet thinks, he shall be called truly worthy. Gide 34 FRANCES MARY KOPEC Adams, Massachusetts B.S. Mathematics K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tutoring Program, Aristos 1, 2, 3, Triple Key 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Orphan Scholarship Chairman 3, TAU KAPPA. " Frani " . . . " Those Spanish dancers! " . . . lover of num- bers . . . free ride from the ski patrol . . . Ayn Rand . . . ten-page letters . . . staunch Republican . . . saddle shoes . . . " Susan B. Anthony lived there! " . . . Polytech . . . bubbly . . . T.R. ' s . . . theology major??? . . . N.Y.C. bound . . . the Snoopy look . . . the dual purpose of knee socks . . . classes at St. Mike ' s . . . the Harbor Hideaway of Mercy Hall. Sing, and the hills will answer, Sigh, it is lost on the air. Wilcox ARLEEN M. KWASNIEWSKI B.S. Colchester, Connecticut Biology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, TRIAD 2, 3, TAU KAPPA. " My shoes are falling apart! " ... " I hate ten o ' clocksl " . . . " Does anybody have an extra teabag? " ... " I hear his car " . . . dreamy eyes . . . " Glug! It ' s snowing— we can ski again " . . . " Not another lab! " . . . loves writing seminars . . . never has any exams. A dream is a wish your heart makes. Anonymous 85 JACQUELINE E. LeCOURS Hardwick, Vermont B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, AA»rri»ge Club, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Muiic Club 1, 4, TAU KAPPA, Class Plays 1, 2. Jacquie . . . " It ' s cheaper by the dozen " . . . happiness is home on a weekend . . . " We all shout at home " . . . " Jump into my manly arms " . . . " It ' s everywhere, it ' s everywhere " . . . " I ' m gonna tell her " . . . guitar for sale! . . . " We ' ll discuss, Ginny, so we can understand the notes " . . . " Nanc, any calls I ' m at First National. " Jusf leave behind your worries, frets, and cares; and you may find That here in God ' s green hills you ' ll live again. Patch JOANNE THERESE LaBRAKE Rutland, Vermont B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. I, 2, 3, 4, Aristos I, 2, 3, 4, Marriage Club, Choral Festival Co.Chairman 2, Triad 3, TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program 4, I.R.C. 4. " Joey " Lillipution " I have a problem " . . the red bomb . trips to Jersey bolster battles defensive captain . . . short and cute . . . Victorian . . . Hampton Manor ... a behind the scene worker . . . Boston weekends . . . 6 ' 2 " and blond . . . " Hey, kids, I feel like dancing " . . . elongated paws . . . " We need a fourth " . . . rigid dieter??? . . . " Wanna have a ciga- rette? " . . . never silent, never still. Immense have been the preparations for me. Faithful and friendly the arms that have helped me. Whitman 86 JOANNE M. LESTORTI Waterbury, Connecticut B.S. Business K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Aristos 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Marriage Club, TAU KAPPA. Joey . . . " Lestorts " . . . " Where ' s my— " . . . " How am I going to explain the mileage " . . . Married??!! . . . " Any calls? " . . . Roses with love . . . Junior Weekend Attendant . . . beautiful clothes . . . K.J. . . . pinned?? . . . This is Paul Smith!! . . . Dartmouth . . . " Who this time, Dave? " . . . daddy ' s little girl . . . quiet and shy? . . . French major!! . . . pink skis. Then give to the world the best you have And the best will come back to you. DeVere SHARON A. LIPPOLIS Westport, Connecticut B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Club 3, 4, Aristos 1, 2, 3, TRIAD 3, TAU KAPPA, Dean ' s List 2. " Little Lip " . . . fashion plate . . . " Watch it you ' re sliding! " . . . little kid with a big temper . . . has a patent on her pocketbooks . . . " OHHH!!! I ' m so mad! " . . . ardent " oldies but goodies " addict . . . " And there I was without my white gloves " . . . valuable friend . . . " I wish I had my camera " . . . real good sport. This above all— to thine own self be true And it must follow, as the night the day. Thou canst not then be false to any man. Shakespeare 87 LINDA A. McCaffrey South Burlington, Vermont B.A English HOPE E. AAcCLATCHEY B.A. Fairfield, Connecticut English K.AA.S. 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 2, 3, 4, TAU KAPPA, Aristos 4, Marriage Club, Orphan Program 4, TRIAD 2, 3. " Leader of the pack " . . . actress par excellence . . . peut-efre, peut-etre . . . " The coolest picture in the whole wide world " . . . " And no one knows how cold my toes " . . . " What ' s that prayer to St. Anthony? " . . . the hourglass . . . " But, I don ' t wake up ' til noon " . . . true genius is never recognized in its own century . . . " I just like to be friends. " Resolve to be thyself, and know that he who finds himself, eases his misery. Arnold K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. I, 2, 3, 4, TAU KAPPA. Ari$fo» 2, Athletic Club 2, I.C.C. 3, Marriage Club, TRIAD 1, 2, 3, Co-editor 3. Ski bum ... " I am going to study all afternoon— wake me up for supper. " . . . Chiropractor ' s dream . . . elite . . . " Please, don ' t snap that gum! " . . . Queen ' s Navy . . . dishwasher . . . Professional summer student . . . " A Man ' s best friend is his dog. " . . . McCaffrey ' s Italian restaurant . . . luggage set. Let thy joys alone be remember ' d now. Let thy sorrows go sleep awhile. Moore 88 CATHLEEN ANN McCLOSKEY Wappinger Falls, New York B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Class President }, 2, I.R.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, TAU KAPPA, Treasurer, Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Arislos 1, 2, 3, 4. Ski trips to Mercy Hall lounge . . . Joan Baez and bongo drums from 105 . . . ice cream . . . leadership ability . . . j.d. ' s in blue serge suits . . . avid Republican . . . " Yeh, yeh, yeh " . . . " But I want to be a blonde! " . . . phobia for chewing gum . . . Pepsi . . . and airplanes . . . " And here ' s Cathy without her shoes on " . . . time for E-B-D . . . friend Bombard. And I I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. Frost KAREN A. McCUE New Britain, Connecticut B.A. Sociology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, TAU KAPPA, Athletic Club 2, 3, Aristos 2, 3, Marriage Club. " Super skier " ... 3 clutches, 2 motors, and 1 water pump later . . . " We of the profession " . . . " 60 pages!— Would you like it bound?? " . . . master of the I.G.A. . . . hi Touch ... " I am a lady! " . . . " No, I don ' t have any- more Bill D. McCue pens " . . . land of the free by the way of New Britain . . . Bill Bird fan . . . love of our lives. Chaos often breeds life, where order breeds habit. Adams 89 AGNES JANE AAcGEE Shelburne, Vermont B.S. Mathematics K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, WHO ' S WHO, IRC. 4, Sec-Treas., TAU KAPPA, TRIAD 3, Dean ' s list 1, 2, Class play 3, Marriage Club, Music Club I, 2, Triple Key 4, Tutoring Program. " Them ' s the breaks " . . . tattered robe . . . " I ' m really from New York and majoring in agriculture " . . . eyes . . . having more than one . . . outgoing Frosh— with males . . . " An inch and a half more on the map to go and Zooly will be home " . . . Oliver . . . " Would you care to rent-a-car? " . . . " Just a shade lighter " . . . Nessie . . . enthusiasm personified . . . remember the " General and friends " . . . SMC Team beats the Columbia crew. To be whaf we are, and to become what we are capable of becoming, is the only end of life. Stevenson ROSEMARY McCUE Rutland, Vermont B.S. Business K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, IRC. 1. 2, Arislos 1, 2, Class Play 1, TAU KAPPA. Classy little redhead . . . football center . . . " major half of the Rie-ness Ro-ness duo? " . . . syncopated rhythm ... " I can cook— water, maybe? " . . . pins and roses . . . opera singer ... " I can ' t understand Polish " . . . private hair dresser for the class of ' 65 . . . caller In the lounge . . . " Why don ' t we ever have baked pota- toes? " The heaven of each is but what each desires. Moore 90 EILEEN ELIZABETH AAcGOLDRICK White Plains, New York B.A. Sociology K.M.S. 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, TAU KAPPA, Aristos 2, 3, I.R.C. 2, 3, 4, Orphan Program 3, Tutoring Program 4, Class Play 3. " Goldie " . . . Christopher . . . food . . . green . . . Dorothy Kilgallon II . . . staunch Irish Democrat . . . always plan ahead? . . . ccrffee necessary to open eyes . . . early to bed; late to rise . . . carefree driver . . . social sprite . . . numerous red tickets . . . tears in time (her salvation) . . . the actress . . . whimsical redhead . . . " Who slammed the door? " ... a diet a day . . . " Ooooo. " Love is enough, though the world be a-waning. Morris EILEEN ALLANNAH McGUIRK Rye, New York B.A. English K.M.S. 1. 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, TAU KAPPA, TRIAD 3, Athletic Club 1, 2, Aristos 1 , 2, 3, 4, Marriage Club, House Committee 3, 4, Inter- Dorm President 4, Teaching Retarded Children 3, Orphan Scholarship Committee 3. Big Jack ' s daughter. Bill? . . . Ethan Allen, Grave 17 . . . Wart Walker . . . " Unhand me, you brute " . . . " Allannah, he ' s a wholesome boy. " . . . those Finnish saunas . . . Long distance?— No, it ' s Larry . . . Oleg Cassini wouldn ' t claim your bathrobes . . . Who was your date Junior Weekend? . . . midnight charlie horses . . . " Stop looking at it " . . . " Turn out that spotlight " . . . lethiferous laugh. Happiness makes up in height for what it lacks in length. Frost 91 PATRICIA ANNE AAcSORLEY Kearny, New Jersey B.A. Sociology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, TAU KAPPA, TRIAD I, 2, 3. Marriage Club, Sodality 1, Athletic Club 2, Music Club 1, 2, Arislos 2, 3, 4, Orphan Program 3, 4, Dean ' s List 1, 3. Trish . . . " Does anyone have any food? " . . . secretly pinned for a week . . . flirt . . . perpetually black and blue . . . snout . . . fashion shows . . . No go for Soph. Hop? . . . Patsy look alike . . . knock kneed . . . photo- genic . . . BUDding romance . . . letter a day . . . " A Vy birthday is only 360 days off " . . . night crawler . . . " Oh, Pat, I thought you wanted a kiss " . . . Calendar girl . . . Trisha sets . . . " Does this look all right? " . . . Housedress? . . . " Don ' t forget your hip boots " . . . " God Bless You! " What is to come we know not, but we know that what has been was good Henley REGINA AA. AAcKEVITT Rome, New York B.A. Sociology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1. 2, 3, 4, TAU KAPPA, Marriage Club. Aristos I, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 3, Orphan Program 3. Genie . . . the AAanor . . . Say Pepsi Please. . . . " Hey, Osborne " . . . Likes the room at 30 below ... " I twitched him on the neck " . . . she pulled another AAcKevitt . . . yellow eyes . . . cheery rains but it ' s sunny . . . It ' s sleepy time . till I cried " ... ski enthusiast . . . thoughtful. The power in these hands and feet is adequate for me And in this atom of myself explores what needs to be free. It never laughed Hefon 92 JOAN MARGARET MAISANO Fort Lee, New Jersey B.S. Medical Technology K.MS. I, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, TAU KAPPA, Marriage Club, Athletic Club I, 2, Aristos 1, 2, Dramatics Club 1, 2, Class Play 1, Orphan Program 3, Triple Key 4. " That green Ford with the flower " . . . mono . . . yeah, yeah . . . patches where? . . . loves summer school . . . Greenwich Village pad at T.C. ... 130 decibel output . . . that UVM fraternity . . . mania for George Washington Bridge . . . " How about another poster, Joanie? " . . . scotch on the rocks . . . one-armed lover . . . sentimental over memories . . . mechanic ' s special: bobby pin re- places the automatic choke. The days dwindle down to a precious few September Song PATRICIA A. MANDRONICO Rome, New York B.S. Business 1, 2, 3, 4, TAU KAPPA, Marriage Club, . . July, 1965 . Mickey Mouse . practical major K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. Sodality 1, Aristos 1, 2, 3. " Parting is such sweet sorrow " " We ' ve got to save money " . . painting date on Saturday nights . . " Should I go home this weekend? " . . . " How do you spell-? " . . . " I ' m getting fat " . . . heels to class??!! . . . " You big brute " ... a believer of fantasies . . . hostile toward the— . . . " See ya at seven, Gin. " Which can say more than this rich praise, that you alone are you? Shakespeare 93 ANN MARTIN AAassapequa, New York B.A. Sociology K.MS. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. I, 2, 3, 4, TAU KAPPA, Marriage Club, Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Aristoi 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, Clan Play 2, Orphan Program 4. Annie . . . grinder girl . . . only Ellie ' s knows for sure . . . starch much? . . . " Hey, kids, fhey grip the road " . . . " Pepsi with lots of ice, please " . . . " It doesn ' t matter how long it is " . . . " How do you cook spa- ghetti? " . . . " And his uncle was right behind us! " . . . NHF subscriber . . . Tennis AGAIN tonight? . . . " Sure you can borrow it " . . . Eloise . . . Long distance frorn Washington . . . " Do you think it ' s wise? " . . . Peeping Tom. If given with love, a handfijl is enough. Hindu Proverb VIRGINIA EILEEN MASSEY B.A. Greenfield, Massachusetts English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tau Kappa, TRIAD 1, 2, 3, Liter ary Club 2, 3, 4. Glnny . . . " No, you ' re Jumbo, I ' m Tinsey " . . . " You got me to smoke like a fiend " . . . does the strip tease . . . treks to ye old Country Store twice a week . . . " Sounds too shady " ... a cup of tea with 3 sygars . . . " I ' m going to be a finky librarian " . . . The retard . . . " don ' t talk about my PF that way " ... " I love you like one of my very own children. " hear the ever approaching thunder . . . yet . . . in spite of everything ( sfi7 believe that people are really good at heart. Frank 94 MAUREEN MEYLER Huntington, L.I., New York B.A. English K.M.S. 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 3, 4, TAU KAPPA, Marriage Club, TRIAD 3, 1, Music Club 1, 2, Athletic Club 1, 2, Aristos 1, 4, IRC. 4, Tutoring Program 4. No-doz and " all-nighters " . . . " Man proposes, God dis- poses " . . . The " Irish Refugee " . . . rhythm and grace . . . A. B.C. in sophomore year . . . " When Irish eyes are smiling " . . . Banshees??? . . . " You going down for a cigarette later? " . . . " But I have nothing to wear! " . . . midnight blue impala . . . " Are you using your notes? " . . . on-again; off-again . . . " And so on and so forth. " Attempt the end and never stand to doubt Nothing ' s so hard but search will find it out. Herrick MARY THERESA MICHLIN Flemington, New Jersey B.A. History K.M.S. 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 3, 4, TAU KAPPA, Marriage Club, TRIAD 3. Aristos 3, 4, Class Play 3, IRC. 4, Orphan Program 4, Co-chairman Senior Weekend. The " C.A. " . . . " Whoa! " . . . " Listen, Bill, Ed, Fred! " . . . Spill much . . . " Mike and I just had a horrendous fight " . . . Maizie . . . Ellie ' s Beauty Salon . . . Vivacious . . . Organized? ... " I love Fred " . . . Spanish, Spanish, Spanish . . . Sarah Bernhardt . . . Ying and Yang . . . " That ' s not the way they do things in Virginia " . . . Ham . . . That Boston trip . . . always behind ... " I was just playing games " ... ice water and saltines . . . fairy tales. am part of all that I have met, yet all experience is an arch where through gleams that untravelled world, whose margin fades. Forever and forever when I move. Tennyson 95 KATHLEEN N. MOORE Fort Lauderdale, Florida B.A. History K.M.S. I, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3. 4, Tutoring Program 4, I.H.C. 4, Dean ' s List 3, TAU KAPPA, Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 4. ' ' AAathy " . . . Trinity ' s Ail-American . . . RPI . . . Ben- nington to Fort Lauderdale . . . " Please? " . . . the Jet Set . . . charmed life . . . " No, not OX " . . . fifty pound lion ... a willing hand . . . " Why " . . . scaling the Winooski bridge . . . " Get thee to a nunnery " . . . the apartment at Sancta . . . conscientious student . . . that long white night gown . . . " Nice curls, frosh " ... " A fire in whose bed? " . . . buns and coffee!! . . . What is se- curity—a coat! But I have promises to keep and miles to go before I sleep. Frost CAROLYN L. AAORIN South Burlington, Vermont B.A. History K.M.S. I, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.CS. 1, 2, 3, 4, TRIAD 3, Marriage Club, TAU KAPPA. Lynn ... a French background . . . Massachusetts is her second home . . . the puddle-hopper . . . spelling comes naturally . . . " You ' re making the spaghetti sauce? " . . . " Hey, wait a minute " ... an open heart . . . " What do you mean I have an accent??? " Love comforteth like sunshine after rain. Shakespeare 96 GERALDINE ANNE MOROSKO Huntington, Connecticut B.S. Medical Technology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tutoring Program 4, Dramatics Club 2, Orphan Scholarship Committee 3, Teaching Retarded Children 2. " Geri " . . . the green and white . . . grapefruits . . . ice skating at 7 a.m. . . . tasteful ' living . . . typewriter at 2 a.m. . . . footlights .. . Fleming Museum ... a single rose . . . " relationships " . . . zwieback for lunch? . . . remembers the little things . . . " Haben sie yimmer frei? " You know how little while we have to stay. And, once departed, may return no more. Omar Khayyam MARIE THERESA MUSANTE Dalton, Massachusetts B.A. Sociology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tutoring Program 4, House Com- mittee 2, Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, Aristos 3, 4, TRIAD 2, 3, 4, TAU KAPPA, Class Play 1. Soc major par excellence . . . Ri-ness . . . Why is your door locked after 12? ... In Boston, a babe in the woods . . . Pearl Street Sprint . . . " When is the H,0 coming back on? " . . . " It ' s your good friend Ri-Ri come to say good night! " . . . can ' t remember last names. They say to me, you are a brave man Not true . . . posterity burning with shame. Will remember those strange times When honesty was called courage. Evtushenko 97 CAROL ANN NIQUETTE Winooski, Vermont B.A. French K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, I.R.C. 3, Muiic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, SecrelaryTreasurer 3, TRIAD 3, Triple Key 3, 4, Choral Festival I, 2, Festival of Arts— Operetta 3, lecture Concert Serial Committee 3, 4. Artistic talent . . . dayhop ' s representative ... on fire at the fire . . . sweet and sincere . . . swim much? . . . could sing her way info anyone ' s heart . . . slow as Sau . . . " Good evening, St. Michaels College. " Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves. Barrir FLORENCE VIRGINIA NOLAN Potsdam, New York K.M.S. 1, 2, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 4, IRC. I, 2, Class Play 1, 2, Junior Year Abroad. B.A. Sociology 2, Teaching Retarded Children " It ' s great " . . . R.O.V.V. ... the cubicle in the Villa . . . " Who took my animals? " . . . the gray skirt . . . Aix-en-Provence . . . " Help!! " . . . " Oui, je parle franfais un peu cafe au lait wine . . . canasta kick . . only miller in the class sway with Pa. . . . loyal to a few. La Seine a de la chance Elie n ' a pas de soucis. croissants et . swing and Prevert 98 MARY O ' CONNOR Kingston, New York B.A. Sociology K.M.S. 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Club 2, 3, Aristos Club 2, 3, 4, TRIAD 2, 3, TAU KAPPA. MOC . . . straight hair and bare feet . . . Stowe, autumn to spring . . . paint brush and easel . . . Pidge ... " I wonder why he ' s so mad at me? " . . . things go better with Coke ... " A pretty foot is a great gift of nature " . . . diet-Diet-DIETH . . . " All ' s I want is ... " .. . the luggage set . . . " Point her in the direction of the bus " . . . " Well, I roared! " hate quotations. Tell me what you know. Emerson SHARON ANN O ' DONNELL Stratford, Connecticut B.S. Business K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. I, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice-President 1, WHO ' S WHO, House Committee 4, Athletic Club 1, 2, Aristos 1, 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary-Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, Marriage Club, Sodality 1, TRIAD 1, 2, 3, TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program 3, 4, Class Play 2, Dean ' s list V, 3. Shotz . . . " Oh how curt, O.D. " . . . Memorial Day Moon . . . " Promise you won ' t be mad " . . . Parolympic tobog- gan champ . . . angel kisses . . . conscientious student . . . Carroll Josephine . . . " If you want my personal opinion, I don ' t like it " . . . always there willing to help . . . " Have I got it? " . . . Sam Snead shoes . . . " Please pray for; M.A.R., A.M., E.B., S.R. " . . . Pepso- dent smile . . . meticulous and systematic . . . " How much do you like me? " ... no need for Maybelline . . . good sport , . . missing you . . . scrapbook what am. The Soul would have no rainbow Had the eyes no tears. Chevey 99 MARY ELIZABETH O ' REILLY Kingston, New York B.A. English KATHLEEN ANNE PALMER B.S. New Haven, Vermont Mathematics K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, House Committee 2, Athletic Club 2, Secretary 2, Marriage Club. " Palms " . . . loves advanced calculus class . . . golfs like Arnie? . . . giggles . . . chick, chick . . . basketball star . . . sweet . . . makes her own clothes . . . campused proctor . . . almost made curfew by running . . . those weekends at Racine ' s! Time but the impression deeper makes, As streams their channe s deeper wear. Robert Burns K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Marriage Club, TRIAD 1, 2, 3, TAU KAPPA. " Es " . . . Formal bermudas . . . Mr. Moore fan . . . " She walks in beauty " . . . " Nobody ever listens when I play the guitar " . . . loves poetry . . . Clear eyes, skin and nice teeth . . . Woodstock, N.Y. . . . The Campus Witch . . . Social Worker? . . . Diary . . . " Ain ' t no ordinary nose " . . . " The general repulsion to the use of aborigi- nal words " . . . " Well, I learned 14 folksongs in the past two days " . . . individualistic. ' walk where my own nature would be leading- It vexes me to choose another guide— Emily Bronte 100 A. LYNN PHILLIPS AAanhasset, New York B.A. English K.M.S. 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cla ' s Vice President 4, Arislos 3, 4, I.R.C. 4, Marriage Club 4, TAU KAPPA, Teaching RetarcJed Children 3, 4, Co-chairman Senior Weekend Academic bathrobe . . . more Moore . . . true . . . attache case . . . " No more little tulips " . . . T-shirt ' I don ' t wanna hitch " . . . prevaricator? and levis . . . . your p pretty to— " sweetheart . . ' s were showing in seminar . . . " I ' m too . . ingenuity plus . . . Pinky Lee . . . Salina . . woman of exquisite taste! . . . " Never more " . . . wonderful . . . " Really! " . . . G.B.L. In the desert a fountain is springing. In the wide waste there still is a tree. Byron JEANNE RACINE B.A, Champlain, New York Sociology K.M.S. I, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Marriage Club 4, Orphan Program 3. Across the ferry to home . . . " No, we don ' t have ducks on our farm " . . . " Ambrose, we ' re cooking corn to- night " . . . just made it back in time for the Lane Series . . . " Got a problem, come to me " . . . entertain the foreign students, Joan Baez . . . " Babes " . . . " I ' ve got lots of hobbies! " Hold on to your luggage and walk slowly; if you don ' t reach there today, you will tomorrow. Hindu Proverb 101 SUSAN RATHGABER Huntington, New York B.A. sociology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. I, 2, 3, 4, WHO ' S WHO, Athletic Club 1, 2, Ariitot ). 2, 3, President 4, IRC. 4, Dramatic Club 2, Marriage Club, TRIAD 2, 3, TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program 3, Chairman 4. Oink oink . . . " When Susan comes marching home " . . . RENOVATOR . . . " Can I have a bite? " . . . " Guess what I broke now? " . . . " This place depresses me " . . . " Sorry Charlie " . . . J. P. + D.K. meet unexpectedly- BANG! . . . beautiful hands . . . pretty green p.j. ' s . . . emotional crisis . . . Palm trees don ' t grow here, Susan . . . Citadel beauty of the Week . . . Puff . . . " For the last time get out, Mary Ann " . . . Carolina Moon . . . " My Angel " . . . it doesn ' t smell like a coconut . . . Return address— Den . . . toy soldier . . . Keane eyes. And now let us errtbrace the past with remembrance and the future with longing. Gabrain MARY ANN RATHGABER Huntington, New York B.A. Sociology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4. Athletic Club 1, 2, Ari.toi I, 2, 3, 4, Marriage Club 4. TRIAD 2. TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program 4, Clati Plays 2. Tink . . . " But I thought it was toothpaste " . . . Another C? . . . prefers freckled redheads . . . " Marked down from $10.00, I swear " . . . Eliza Littlefield ... " I want you, I need you, etc " . . . Rosie, Harry, and Smiley . . . suitcase full of WHAT? . . . Anchors Aweigh . . . " Prom- ise you ' ll say yes " . . . coordinated much? . . . pretty blue eyes ... St. Patty ' s Day landing ... A ruffled cheerleading skirt? . . . McDonagh, the shotpuf champ . . . " Lester. " And I went alone, and I did not mind. Not thinking of you as left behind. Hardy 102 MARGARET ROSE RODGERS Westbury, L.I., New York B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Representative 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Delegate 3, Ex-officio 4, Regional Vice President 4, Athletic Club 1, I.R.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Literary Club 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Mar- riage Club, I.C.C. 3, TRIAD 2, 3, 4, Assistant Editor 2, Co-editor 3, Senior Advisor 4, Class Play 1, 2, Tutor Program 4, TAU KAPPA Layout Editor. " Meg " . . . around the world by 25 . . . controversial editorials . . . that accent! . . . " Yeahr " ... an affinity for the arts . . . determination! . . . definitive dress . . . " my mountain retreat in Shandaken " . . . dreamy eyes . . . sincerity . . . " Love that boy! " . . . always on the go! . . . sportsMAN enthusiast (basketball, football, soc- cer) . . . " Moonlight in Vermont " . . . the Purple Knight . . . " my first palm tree " . . . " places to go, things to do, and people to meet! " To-morrow to fresh Woods and Pastures new. Milton MARY JUDITH RYAN Northampton, Mass. B.S. Medical Technology K.M.S. 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 3, 4, Triad 3, TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program 4. New girl on campus . . . " I ' ll go crazy if I have to sit around here! " . . . blue . . . another cup of coffee? . . . I ' ve got to get on schedule . . . intellectual pursuits? . . . Columbia football games . . . " Anna Maria did nothing for me " . . . B.E. for me . . . " I ' m flitting again. " He prayeth best who oveth best all things both great and small. Coleridge 103 MARY ELIZABETH SENNETT Bennington, Vermont B.A. History K.AA.S. 1, 2, 3, A, N.F.C.CS. I, 2, 3, 4, Arijios 3, 4, IRC. 4, Marriage Club, TAU KAPPA. Herculian strength!? . . . worry about tests much? . . . Saturday evening phone calls . . . winner of spelling bees? . . . financial tycoon . . . " it ' s a shame more people aren ' t interested in current events " . . . how much have you got done? . . . good old Mare . . . Oh, Liz . . . sympathetic listener . . . mad for Fred. And, as I mounted up the hill the music in my heart I bore, long after it was heard no more. Wordsworth ANDREA SCHMITT Peekskill, New York B.A. Spanish (CMS. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tutoring Program 4, N.F.C.CS. 1, 2, 3, 4, Arijloi I, 2, 3, 4, IRC. 3, 4, Dramatics 3, Marriage Club 4, Editor TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program 3, Triple Key 3, 4, Class Play 2, chairman Junior Week- end, Dean ' s List 3. Onnie . . . Cochise ' s great-granddaughter— " on my moth- er ' s side " . . . the Captain . . . lone Spanish major . . . Butts, get in here . . . tea at 4 . . . Andrew . . . calorie counter . . . flute . . . floating . . . helpful and sincere . . . Rapunsel . . . " I ' m going to make something " . . . it ' s transitory . . . Boliva or bust . . . T.S. Eliot, Robert Frost, and Mr. Moore . . . " Oh, dear " . . . it ' s a girl. There are few hours in life more agreeable than that hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea. James 104 MARTHA J. SHANLEY Portsmouth, New Hampshire B.A. History K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, House Commiffee 4, Athletic Club 1, Aristos 1, 2, 3, 4, Marriage Club, TAU KAPPA 4, Orphan Program 4, Co-Chairman Sophomore Hop. " Marty " . . . trips across the lake . . . Boston Bean . . . Telephonitis . . . efficient proctor . . . Soph-Hop chairman . . . Blue cornea transplants . . . Princess . . . aversion to Spiders ... try the Palmer Method . . . " but. Peaches " . . . can ' t tell a book by its cover P.P. . . . simply sparkling . . . frizz much top . . . Bagels . . . Moonface. How oft the darkest hour of ill breaks highest into dawn J.F. and . carrot Euripides PAMELA MARY SHEA Newtonville, Massachusetts B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, Vice Pres. 2, Aristos 1, 2, 3, 4, Marriage Club, Dramatics Club I, 2, Class Play 1, 2, N.F.C.C.S. Tutoring Program 4, TAU KAPPA literary editor. " Mella " . . . trips to N.Y.C. ... a true Indian is a silent slitherer . . . my leg it is off at the knee . . . Junior Weekend Chairman . . . B. and B. . . . Mr. Moore . . . Filene ' s Basement . . . combat loafers . . . fiendish laugh . . . loyal friend . . . poetry recitations . . . G.B.P. . . . try wearing gloves . . . Indianapolis 500 . . . Buzzard . . . the happy wanderer. No boughs have withered because of the wintry wind; the boughs have withered because I have told them my dreams. W. B. Yeats 105 CAROLANN REGINA SYNNOTT Cheshire, Connecticut JEAN VERCHEREAU TAFT Richnnond, Vermont B.A. French K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club I, 2. " Hi, Verch " . . . " Don ' t be rank, Willie " ... 1 made it in 19 minutes this morning . . . " Does anybody know where we are in French class? " . . . sultry in an Indian blanket . . . " sans sweat " . . . " gosh. Shells, it ain ' t no big thing. " Between those of like nature. Friendship will grow and develop. B.A. Sociology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.f.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Arijtoj I, 2, 3, M»rri«ge CloL, TRIAD Circulation Manager, TAU KAPPA. " Senator " . . . " teetzie little dolly " ... if I get a phone call I ' ll be in my room resting . . . dedicated Sociology major who pulls all-nighters for Theology . . . from pixie to flip in 12 different colors . . . " come on in, we just flicked the lights off " . . . Regina Rock ' n Roll . . . fits her classes in between naps . . . has trouble keeping track of her wedgies . . . " but I ' m always thinner in the spring " . . . " Aunt Gen always says " . . . " I ' m having a pretty day. " A man is never so strong as when he stands alone. 106 JEAN ELIZABETH TOBIN Fairhaven, Vermont B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Literary Club 3, Marriage Club, Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, TRIAD 2, 3, TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program 3, Dean ' s List 3. " Hey, kids " . . . calories, calories, calories . . . " I ' m going to be a bum " ... a rigid schedule . . . " We have nothing to study " ... " I miss the Cape " . . . Madame Librarian . . . " Hey, Gail, can I borrow— " . . . pancake girl . . . guitar strummer . . . " I ' m tired " . . . " We can take my brother ' s car to Stowe. " Out of a misty dream Our paths emerges for a while, then close Within a dream. Dowson NANCY VAN CAMPEN Watertown, New York B.A. French K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, House Committee I, Athletic CluL 1, 2, Marriage Club, Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, TAU KAPPA, Orphan Program 3, Teaching Retarded Children 3, 4, Dean ' s List 2. " Hey, you guys! " . . . " Anybody want to go to Stowe? " . . . always on the go . . . " Parlez-vous franjrais? " . . . summers in Maine . . . world-famous for impersonations and cartoons . . . She ' s everywhere! everywhere! . . . " Hey, Jacq, you little cherubim! " . . . " I ' m no soprano. I ' m a tenor " ardent hiker mind forever Voyaging through strange seas of thought alone. A+ for disposition. Wordsworth 107 Patrons Mr. and Mrs. Victor Abraitis Mr. and Mrs. Edward Axtmann Mr. and Mrs. James Baker Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barbiaz Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Bauer Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Biancardi Mr. and Mrs. Eli A. Blundell Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Bombardier Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. 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Nolan s. Richard J. O ' Brien s. Joseph W. O ' Neil S.William J. O ' Reilly 5. John F. Phillips J. W. Phillips Theron Piper Laurence A. Powers John J. Provo Robert M. Raleigh Daniel Rathgaber G. Raymond Henry Richards s. Frederick Ridoifi J. Salice Ely Salvarezza rs. William Sennett Joseph Shanley y Agency— Realters s. Frederick Sheldon jiebert s. Albert M. Signorelli s. Carl W. Skold ' S Synnott ;. Louis Thabault s. Louis Unger, Jr. s. George Valentine ;. A. P. Vannini s. Jose C. Victoria s. Alfonse Wendel s. Fred J. Wheaton s. Raymond J. Wrenn 110 Boosters Kathy Lynch Lois Skowranski Anne AAorrissette Mary Dort Anne Lynch Judy Marquis Maureen Costello Barbara Salvarezza Barb Sicely Marguerite Goddu Dot Johoda Lynda Cox Terry O ' Brien Kathy Van Gurp Eileen O ' Donnell Mary Jane Cirulli Dernice and Diane Jean Burt Patty Gavin Kathy Otto Ellen Olsley Kathy Donahue Carol Lyons Bernie Maggiani Sue Walker Faye Buzzell Maureen Cassidy Ellen McCaffrey Lynn Sage Mary Nordberg Maureen McConville McAuley 221 " Punky " and " TA " Hazel Pratt Margo Ward Karen Traudt Sandra Hilpl Helen Prim Eileen McDonald Michaeline LeBlanc Bev Ryall Mickey Richards Valerie Salice Sandy McPherson Carol Taylor Karen Vendel Gwen McCarthy Diane Campbell Kathy Pennock Terry Fish Mary Victoria Kathy Collins Kathy Toohey Maureen Vollmers Vivian Ham Mary Eisert Kay Werner Sue O ' Brien Jerry Lanahan Michelle McCabe Gail Donovan Marg White Shelia White Caria Skold Gerry Raymond Terry Flanagan Cindy Gonyea Dee Connors Peggy Creem Linda Anne Moore Anne Valentine Maureen Rice Peggy Neilson Maryellen Spencer Mary Jane Widenhorn Sue Lynn Jane Unger Kathy Meath Carol Marshella Jane H. Kelly Eva Hayward Mary Ellen Baribiasz Mary Meagher and Jane Barbara Wrenn Pris Los Kathy Hayes and Joan Gallagher Elaine Downing Pegeen Kirby Anna Mae Foster Mary Ellen Whalen Marie Davis Ann Meier Julie Biancardi Trish Ryan Suzanne Provo Carol Porreca Michele Gelman Linda Raymond Kathy Sury Susan Brown Rita Dunn Theodora Caldwell Anne Signorelli Blanche Vannini Betty Erbin Marion Daggett Kathleen Palmer Mary Hickey Sue Duff Cathleen McCloskey " Goldie " " Mole and Bill " Mary Sennett Sharon Lippolis Joanne LaBrake Sharon O ' Donnell Judy Wescott Mary McCaughern Jeanne Phillips Kathy O ' Donnell Judy Flanagan Hope McClatchey Margaret Flanagan Ginny Hourigan Mary Ann Rathgaber Gail DeLarm Anita Gauthier Maisy Michlin Mary O ' Connor Linda McCaffrey Mary Ellen Creem Anita LaPointe Creem Florence Nolan Agnes McGee Lynn Phillips Trish McSorley Frances Harte Elaine Bodkin Bernadette Cassidy Susan Rathgaber Andrea Colonnese Carolann Synnott Martha Shanley Joanne Lestorti Maureen Meyler Jacqueline LeCours Ginny Massey h4ancy VanCampen Jane Baker Kathy Gowdey Betsy Cronin Pam Shea Andrea Schmitt Genie McKevitt Harbor Hide-a-way Marilyn Delia Vecchia Mary O ' Reilly Patsy Connelly Ann Martin Genevieve Hall Karen McCue Mathy Moore Lynn Morin Sally LaFerriere Sue Audette Frances " Chip " Izzo Ann Germain Monica Jasmin Peggy Martin Rachel Renaud Carol Ann Niquette Beatrice Moreau Alexia Currie Mary Beth Byrne Susan Dillon Marie Musante Mary Ann Vetrano III May the road rise with you, May the wind be ever at your back, And may the Lord hold you In the hollow of His hands. THE CLASS OF ' 66 ■X " MMS BSP m N Ik i T Complimenfs of. E BS Bf 1 1 1 DELARM ' S m S KSB Ki PINE HILL COTTAGES Hague, New York H| MBHi H[ 1 1 THE LURE asiij 1 $ .15 Hamburgers French Fries 1 2c Milk Shakes 20c Best Wishes From joTt urinKs luc IDC Open Every Day All Year Round THE 1200 Williston Rd. So. Burlington HOTEL VERMONT VERMONT ' S FOREMOST HILL ' S HARDWARE DEPARTMENT STORE Est. 1848 AND PAINT STORE Ethan Allen Shopping Cenfer Burlington, Vermont ( y iMrwo lwv 6 CHAMPLAIN MOTOR LODGE " Where Quality Means So Much " 2 Church Street UN 4-570! and LONG BRANCH RESTAURANT Phone: 864-5777 3000 Shelburne Road Shelburne, Vt. 114 IBM Corporation Components Division Essex Junction, Vernnont ETHAN ALLEN BAKE SHOP Trinity ' s Birthday Best 1115 North Ave. Burlington ETHAN ALLEN SHOPPING CENTER CONRAD ' S Cocktail Lounge and Bar Dining Rooms Coffee Shop French Bakery LE RESTAURANT DE BON VIVANTS Recommended by AAA REED MOTEL 1200 Shelburne Road on Route 7 South Burlington, Vernnont 05401 BEST WISHES, CLASS OF " 65 ALFONSO ' S ITALIAN RESTAURANT 167 Main St. Burlington, Vt. Phone UN 4-9636 Your host — Ralph CioffI HOWARD JOHNSON RESTAURANT MOTOR LODGE Shelburne Road — Route 7 and Williston Road at the Cloverleaf I and 3 Class License 115 CONGRATULATIONS To The Class of ' 65 THE CLASS OF 1967 16 Congratulations to the Class of ' 65 of Trinity College Va yuex vv x vtVi | lvviL|iAJ i Mj wc. KELLEY PHARMACY 75 Church Street Prescriptions — Drugs Loft Candy — Cosmetics Free Prescription Delivery 2-6405 O ' DONNELL LEONARD e O Bridgeport, Conn. FROSTIE STEIN College Parkway Phone UN 4-4495 UN 3-5015 Home of Quality Foods Dorm Service minimum $3.00 Best Wishes From JAN ' S FAMOUS SHOES 30 Church St. BURLINGTON, VT. Best Wishes From SIMPSON ' S FUR STORE, INC. Fur Garments Cold Fur Storage Repairing Remodeling Cleaning 7 Church Street Burlington, Vt. 117 THE CUPOLA MOTEL Restaurant Cocktail Lounge 1 2 mi. from Trinity College U.S. Route 2 at Interstate 89 Cloverleaf Golf Swimming Pool Tennis Banquet Facilities 862-6576 THE DES LAURIERS Diamonds and Other Precious Genns Mountings Fine Jewelry and Silverware Excellent Engraving Diamond Setting F. J. PRESTON SON, INC. " Jewelers in Vermont for Over 100 Years " Certified Gemologists and Registered Jewelers American Gem Society 17 UPPER CHURCH STREET BURLINGTON, VT. HI-HAT RESTAURANT 188 Main Street Excellent Dining and Banquet Facilities 118 nens 135 Main St. L 236 College St. 34 Main St., Middlebury 3-Salons The College Girls Beauty Salon ' FIRST IN HAIR FASHIONS Best Wishes from BARNEY ' S RESTAURANT «(f Dresses Coats Accessories Operated by the Mandronico Family Rome, N. Y. n Progressive Education In Fashion The Hall Tree Inc. 91 Church Street Burlington, Vermont Congratulations from % Compliments of g- m . . y H ik ROLD W. O ' CONNOR 1 OimTRY UCLOrHES f 435 « Ibany Ave. Kingston. New York HORSE - J Dial FEderal 1-5759 52 Colchester Ave. Burlington, Vermont Licensed Real Estate Broker Casual Clothes for Gals — Gifts— -Accessories The Traditional Store for the Trinity Coed THE MAYFAIR Where Campus Fashions Originate Best Wishes From SEWARDS DAIRY RESTAURANT SEAWAY SHOPPING CENTER NEXT TO GRANDWAY Prudent Students HsiSG savings and checking accounts at their full service bank . . . THE HOWARD NATIONAL BANK REGIONS YARDSTICK McCalls Vogue Simplicity 1 15 St. Paul Street BURLINGTON AND TRUST COMPANY Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation CORNER COTTAGE Trinity ' s Happy Hangout THE STYLE SHOPPE Styles of the Hour 28 Church Street UN 3-3101 Burlington, Vermont • .Sttti ' - 1 W }■ GRISWOLD ' S A W Wiliston Road South Burlington 3 Hot Dogs — Hamburgers and Floats The famous 5 cent Root Beer 120 ■ CARR PORTRAIT STUDIOS 199 Main Street Burlington, Vernnont Official Tau Kappa Photographer 121 Congratulations to the Class of ' 65 MR. AND MRS. C. H. DAGGETT YOUR FAMILY FINANCE CENTER ONE OF VERMONT ' S LARGEST AND SOUNDEST FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS 1895— " Our 70th Year " — 1965 Burlington FEDERAL SAVINGS and Loan Association 150 Bank Street Burlington, Vermont 122 ELLEN SETON BYRNE Class of 1962 Best Wishes to the Class of ' 65 MR. AND MRS. CHARLES DILLON Best Wishes to the Class of ' 65 THE GRINDER HOUSE 1270 Williston Road— So. Burlington, Vermont MR. AND MRS. PAUL G. TAYLOR Telephone UN 4-9591 Free Deliveries on Orders of $2.00 or More Best Wishes to the Famous for Real Italian Grinders Class of ' 65 MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE C. McKEVITT Best Wishes to the Class of ' 65 MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM MARTIN 123 Congratulations, Class of ' 65 LES CARE KITCHENS, INC. 43 1 Harpers Ferry Road Waterbury, Connecticut LOUIS A. LESTORTI, President 124 VISIT THE BEAUTIFUL BERKSHIRES J. M. HOME IMPROVEMENT For Free Directory and Circle Tour Map COMPANY, INC. of BERKSHIRE COUNTY General Building Contractors Write to Berkshire Hills Conference J. J. MAISANO 430 Kelby Street Box AII70, Pittsfield, Mass. President Fort Lee, New Jersey Windsor 4-3277 UNiversify 2-0891 DAIRY, INC. Quality and Service 125 ETHAN ALLEN NORTHERN AIRWAYS BOWLING CENTER Why not take an air taxi home? 1133 North Avenue (at connparable airline fares) Burlington, Vermont Student Flight Instruction Duckpins Tenpins Billiards " Family Sports " Open 9:00 a.m. Til Midnight THE C . mOW: COMPANY CLASS RINGS • COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS PERSONAL CARDS • TROPHIES • CLUB PINS • DIPLOMAS SAWYER W. LEE 40 Brewer Parkway, South Burlington, Vernnont, Telephone 4-6250 ALSO REPRESENTATIVE FOR TAYLOR-MADE YEARBOOKS Congratulations, Class of ' 65 IRVING ' S Church Street Burlington, Vermont 126 Tel. 864-6672 Nic ucHc Plumbing Hcafm Specializing in Oil Burner Sales and Service ARMAND A. NIQUETTE 13 Whitney Street Winooski, Vermont BURLINGTON ' S FINEST MOTEL congratulates i! } BURLINGTON ' S FINEST YOUNG WOMEN tel. 862-6421 iii = iii=lll=lll=l|[=:ni Th CAeC BIG FAVORITES ON CAMPUS . . . U I = lil : 1 1 L=: 1 U= lll=iU Personalized Checking Accounts Handling college finances is a snap with ThriftiCheclcs. Cancelled checks are legal receipts, and provide a valuable record of expenditures. Any amount opens an account . . . your name is printed on each check FREE . . . and ThriftiChecks cost just lOc each. The Chittenden welcomes stu- dent accounts. Open yours now! ASK FOR YOUR FREE CHECKBOOK COVER EMBOSSED WITH TRINITY COLLEGE SEAL " THE GOOD WILL BANK " TRUST COMPANY A Complete Banking Service Burlington So. Burlington Alburg Middlebury Montpelier Newport No. Troy Swanton Vergennes Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Les Mike THE SHEAS Best Wishes to the Class of 1965 GLORIA GLENNON Pann Mr. and Mrs. 127 THE CLASS OF 1965 WISHES TO EXPRESS SINCERE THANKS TO ALL OF OUR SPONSORS PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS Andrea Colonnese Business Manager 128 McAUUFFES Headquarters for Typewriters — Adding and Dictating Machines A. B. Dick Duplicating Machines School and Office Furniture and Supplies Hot Lunch and Janitorial Supplies BURLINGTON A FRIEND Congratulations to the Class of ' 65 THERMO PRODUCTS, INC. 1 190 Pronnpton Ave. Cedar Grove, New Jersey Best Wishes to the Class of 1965 MR. AND MRS. EDWARD J. CREEM Best Wishes to the Class of 1965 JUDGE AND MRS. JOHN J. O ' BRIEN Best Wishes to the Class of 1965 MR. AND MRS. OSCAR D. OBERT Congratulations to the Class of 1965 MRS. EDWARD HICKEY 129 1 Student Directory Class of 1965 AMBROSE, BARBARA-3 Holmes Court, Monfpelier, Vermont AUDETTE, SUZANNE-227 Intervaie Avenue, Burlington, Vermont BAKER, JANE-Constable St. Road, Malone, New York BODKIN, ELAINE-Stony Brook, New York BURKE, CATHERINE-204 King Street, Burlington, Vermont BYRNE, MARY ELIZABETH-387 White Street, Orange, New Jersey CAMPBELL, JOAN-218 North Street, Burlington, Vermont CASSIDY, BERNADETTE-14 Tappan Street, Kearny, New Jersey COLONNESE, ANDREA- 1650 North Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut CONNELLY, PATRICIA-39-25 50 Street, Woodside 77, New York CONNORS, MAUREEN-West Pawlet, Vermont CREEM, ANITA LaPOINTE-322 St. Paul Street, Burlington, Vermont CREEM, MARY ELLEN-75 Coniston Avenue, Waterbury 8, Connecticut CRONIN, ELIZABETH- 1 1 Locust Avenue, Troy, New York CURRIE, ALEXIA-360 Pathway Manor, Wyckoff, New Jersey DAGGETT, MARION- 12 Meadow Drive, Glens Falls, New York DeLARM, GAIL-Hague, New York DELLA VECCHIA, MARILYN- 158 First Street, Hamden 14, Connecticut DILLON, SUSAN-108 Livingston Street, New Haven 1 1, Connecticut DUFF, SUSAN-29 St. Elmo Road, Worcester, Massachusetts FLANAGAN, JUDITH-31 7 73 Street, Brooklyn 9, New York FLANAGAN, MARGARET-56 Home Avenue, Burlington, Vermont GARCIA, LINDA-Four Corners, Northfield, Vermont GAUTHIER, ANITA-Beech Street Extension, Bennington, Vermont GOWDEY, KATHLEEN-955 North Street, Pittsfield, Massachusetts HALL, GENEVIEVE-15 Terrace Street, Brattleboro, Vermont HARTE, FRANCES-R.F.D., Charlotte, Vermont HICKEY, MARY- 17 Orchard Street, Dannemora, New York HOULE, ANN— 400 South Winooski Avenue, Burlington, Vermont HOURIGAN, VIRGINiA-104 Old Grant Road, Slatersville, Rhode Island KOPEC, FRANCES-22 Second Street, Adams, Massachusetts KWASNIEWSKI, ARLENE-21 Old Hebron Road, Colchester, Connecticut LaBRAKE, JOANNE-89 Davis Street, Rutland, Vermont LeCOURS, JACQUELINE-West Church Street, Hardwick, Vermont LESTORTI, JOANNE-49 Saddle Rock Road, Waterbury, Connecticut LIPPOLIS, SHARON- 18 Sherwood Drive, Westport, Connecticut McCaffrey, LINDA-14 Lindenwood Drive, South Burlington, Vermont McCLATCHEY, HOPE- 1 207 Valley Road, Bridgeport 4, Connecticut McCLOSKEY, CATHLEEN-90 West Main Street, Wappinger Falls, New York McCUE, KAREN -299 Steele Street, New Britain, Connecticut McCUE, ROSEMARY- 197 Woodstock Avenue, Rutland, Vermont McGEE, AGNES-Shelburne, Vermont McGOLDRICK, EILEEN-9 Orchard Drive, White Plains, New York McGUIRK, EILEEN-Park Drive South, Rye, New York McKEVITT, REGINA-702 McKinley Avenue, Rome, New York McSORLEY, PATRICIA- 199 Highland Avenue, Kearny, New Jersey MAISANO, JOAN-430 Kelby Street, Fort Lee, New Jersey MANDRONICO, PATRICIA-303 West Cedar Street, Rome, New York MARTIN, ANN- 102 Adam Road, Massapequa, New York 130 MASSEY, VIRGINIA-272 Silver Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts MEYLER, MARY ELLEN-69 Penataquit Place, Huntington, New York MICHLIN, MARY-Bldg. 1 10, Flemington Arms Apts., Flemington, New Jersey MOORE, KATHLEEN-3220 Jackson Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, Florida MORIN, CAROLYN-21 Peterson Terrace, South Burlington, Vermont MOROSKO, GERALDINE-42 Soundview Drive, Huntington, Connecticut MUSANTE, MARIE-17 Johnson Place, Dalton, Massachusetts NIQUETTE, CAROL ANN-43 Hood Street, Winooski, Vermont NOLAN, FLORENCE-60 Waverly Street, Potsdam, New York O ' CONNOR, MARY-435 Albany Avenue, Kingston, New York O ' DONNELL, SHARON-135 Placid Avenue, Stratford, Connecticut O ' REILLY, MARY-55 West Chestnut Street, Kingston, New York PALMER, KATHLEEN-New Haven, Vermont PHILLIPS, ANNE LYNN-107 Manhasset Woods Road, Manhasset, New York RACINE, JEANNE-R.F.D. 2, Box 234, Champlain, New York RATHGABER, MARY ANN-31 Connelly Road, Huntington, New York RATHGABER, SUSAN-31 Connelly Road, Huntington, New York RODGERS, MARGARET-521 Lowell Street, Westbury, New York RYAN, MARY JUDITH-43 Dryads Green, Northampton, Massachusetts SCHMITT, CECILIA-620 Union Avenue, Peekskill, New York SENNETT, MARY-141 Dewey Street, Bennington, Vermont SHANLEY, MARTHA-279 Wibird Street, Portsmouth, New Hampshire SHEA, PAMELA-39 Elm Road, Newton 60, Massachusetts SYNNOTT, CAROLANN-450 West Main Street, Cheshire, Connecticut TAFT, JEAN VERCHEREAU-R.F.D., Richmond, Vermont TOBIN, JEAN-5 Allen Avenue, Fair Haven, Vermont VAN CAMPEN, NANCY-118 West Park Drive, Watertown, New York Class of 1 966 BARBIASZ, MARY ELLEN- 194 North Street, Ware, Massachusetts BAUER, PATRICIA-9 Varsity Court, Newark, New Jersey BIANCARDI, JULIE-74 Marlboro Street, Waterbury, Connecticut BLUNDELL, BARBARA-464 Brook Road, Milton 37, Massachusetts BOMBARDIER, LAURA-64 Elm Street, St. Albans, Vermont BOMBARDIER, ROSALIE-Richmond, Vermont BOYD, PATRICIA-41 Griffin Road, Manchester, Connecticut BRADY, SALLY-63 Rumford Street, West Hartford, Connecticut BRENNAN, REGINA-15 Greendale Road, Cedar Grove, New Jersey BROWN, LYNN-116 Lyman Avenue, Burlington, Vermont BROWN, SUSAN-506 West Lake Road, Geneseo, New York CADY, GAIL-122 Veterans Boulevard, Cowansville, Quebec CANNON, KATHLEEN-904 20 Street, Union City, New Jersey CAPRARO, PATRICIA-595 West Court, Scotch Plains, New Jersey CAREY, ELIZABETH-125 Van Dam Street, Saratoga Springs, New York CASTLE, BARBARA-13 Spellman Terrace, Rutland, Vermont CLARK, MARY LEE-26 Lakeview Avenue, Rensselaer, New York CLAVET, THERESE-8 Garcelon Street, Lewiston, Maine COMEAU, CAROLYN-85 Miller Street, Pittsburgh, New York CORBETT, MARGARET-R.F.D. 1, Granville, New York CRETELLA, MARGARET-17 Wooster Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut DAVIS, MARIE-Box 322, Middlebury, Vermont DEVINO, RITA-18 Franklin Street, Winooski, Vermont 131 DeVYLDER, JOAN- 1548 AAilldale Road, Cheshire, Connecticut DILLON, RITA-241 Pennsylvania Avenue, Crestwood, New York DOWNING, ELAINE-28 Howard Street, Pittsfield, Massachusetts DUNN, RITA 1655 Palnner Avenue, Winter Park, Florida EARLY, SHARON-319 Elm Street, Benninoton, Vermont ERBIN, ELIZABETHANN-ll Alden Avenue, PiHsfieW, Massachusetts FAYETTE, AMY-1117 Shelburne Road, Burlinglon, ' Vermont FERN, MARJORIE-82 Maple Street, North Adams, Massachusetts FORTUNE, JUDITH-402 North Avenue, Burlington, Vermont FOSTER, ANNA MAY- 144 Main Street, West Rutland, Vermont FRANJOLA, JUDITH-39 Greenway, New Hyde Park, New York GALLAGHER, JOAN-21 Primrose Avenue, Yonkers, New York GALLAGHER, MARTHA-2084 Jersey Avenue, Westfield, New Jersey GARTHOFF, GRETCHEN-252 Woodmere Drive, Tonawanda, New York GAYDA, KAREN-696 East Main Street, North Adams, Massachusetts GERMAIN, ANN-8 Dion Street, Winooski, Vermont GLENNON, GLORIA- 16 Pinewood Road, Plandome, New York GRANGER, MARGARET-53 Lee Street, West Boylston, Massachusetts GUNN, JANET— 203 Toronto Avenue, Massapequa, New York HAYES, KATHLEEN-30 Mountain Cut, Manhasset, New York HAYWARD, EVA- 1076 Lynn Court, Alexandria, Virginia HOGAN, CATHERINE- 132 Colchester Avenue, Burlington, Vermont JASMIN, MONICA-95 West Spring Street, Winooski, Vermont KEEFE, SUSAN-Waterbury, Vermont KEENAN, MARY CLARE-North Lawrence, New York KELLER, THEODORA- 1666 Minnesota Road, Camden 4, New Jersey KELLY, JOSEPHINE ANNE-71 Riggs Avenue, West Hartford 7, Connecticut KIRVIN, JUDITH-83 Montclair Avenue, Montclair, New Jersey KLUZ, VIRGINIA-184 Alta Vista Drive, Yonkers, New York LaFERRIERE, SALLY-48 Franklin Street, Winooski, Vermont LAROW, MARILYN- 11 Rowland Street, Somersworth, New Hampshire LAWYER, GAIL-Rochester, Vermont LONG, SHARON-210 South Ridgedale Avenue, Hanover, New Jersey LOS, PRISCILLA-91-32 Winchester Boulevard, Queens Village 28, New York McFADDEN, LYNDA-62 Lafayette Avenue, Kingston, New York MARTINSON, INGA-155 Bracewood Road, Waterbury, Connecticut MAYO, PATRICIA- 11 Messalonskee Avenue, Waterville, Maine MEAGHER, KATHLEEN-Cambridge, New York MIDURSKI, BARBARA-Upper Main Street, North Bennington, Vermont MOONEY, MARY ANN- 127 Norman Street, New Hyde Park, New York MORROW, BEATRICE- 177 Intervale Avenue, Burlington, Vermont MYERS, ELIZABETH- 14 West Street, Winooski, Vermont OBERT, JACQUELYN-439 Brookline Street, Newton Centre 59, Massachusetts O ' BRIEN, KATHLEEN-27 Greene Avenue, North Adams, Massachusetts PENNIMPEDE, CAROL- 159 Stuyvesant Avenue, Newark 6, New Jersey PHANEUF, MARTHA-R.F.D. 2, State Road, Pittsburgh, New York PROVO, SUZANNE- 105 Chatham Place, Syracuse, New York RICHER, CLAIRE-243 Weaver Street, Winooski, Vermont RALEIGH, MARY-1 Highland Avenue, Brandon, Vermont RAYMOND, GERALDINE-7485 Ouimet Street, LaSalle, Quebec RICE, NANCY-Jericho, Vermont REILLY, DONNA-28 Wescott Street, Riverside, Connecticut RYAN, MARY 166 South Street, Concord, New Hampshire RYAN, MAUREEN-43 Dryads Green, Northampton, Massachusetts RYAN, ROSE-Enosburg Falls, Vermont ST. ONGE, JANET-20 Randall Street, Waterbury, Vermont SIEBERT, NANCY-84-20 Charlecote Ridge, Jamiica 32, New York SIGNORELLI, ANNE— 107 Clearview Avenue, Torrington, Connecticut 132 SIROIS, MARlE-72 Hickok Street, Winooski, Vermont SLEEPER, PRISCILLA-19 LaPointe Street, Winooski, -Vermont SOSTILIO, CHRISTINE-15 Boylston Road, Newton Highlands 61, Massachusetts SPRATLIN, AMY-43 Onota Street, Pitfsfield, Massachusetts SURY, KATHLEEN-8 Taylor Lane, Bayville, New York THABAULT, RITA-36 Hood Street, Winooski, Vermont WARREN, MERRILY--41 Pearl Street, Kingston, New York WESCOTT, JUDITH-81 Merchant Street, Barre, Vermont WHALEN, MARY ELLEN-24 Howard Avenue, Rutland, Vermont WHEATON, JOANNE- 109-C Edgewater Park, New York 65, New York WRENN, BARBARA-50 Englewood Avenue, Waterbury Connecticut Class of 1967 ABRAITIS, SUSAN-52 Teresa Road, Manchester, Connecticut AMARO, BERNADETTE-40 Inwood Avenue, Selden, New York AXTMANN, CAROL ANN- 109 Fulton Avenue, Poughkeepsie, New York BENJAMIN, EILEEN-276 Eastchester Road, New Rochelle, New York BISHOP, MARY-R.R.I. Box 199, Shelburne, Vermont BOISVERT, LAURETTE-R.RJ. Box 2, Shelburne, Vermont BOTT, MARY-143 St. James Street, Kingston, New York BRIGANTI, JOANNE-148 Pendleton Road, New Britain, Connecticut BUTLER, ROSE-8 Morse Place, Burlington, Vermont CALDWELL, THEODORA-R.D. 2, Canastota, New York CAPONE, SUSAN-560 Osborn Street, Fall River, Massachusetts CHRISTIAN©, VIRGINIA-217 Clayton Road, Scarsdale, New York CLAUDY, BARBARA-Main Street, Pine Hill, New York COLLINS, THERESA-291 Ridge Street, Glens Falls, New York COLONNA, JOANNE-60 McElroy Avenue, Palisade, New Jersey CONNELLY, PAMELA-9 Bole Avenue, Amesbury, Massachusetts CONNORS, DOLORES-West Pawlet, Vermont CREEM, MARGARET-75 Coniston Avenue, Waterbury 8, Connecticut CURLEY, NANCY-1521 Unionport Road, Bronx 62, New York DeMARCO, JANET-7 Puritan Road, Watertown 72, Massachusetts DESRANLEAU, JANE ANN-R.F.D. 2, Milton, Vermont DEVER, PAMELA-64 Brewer Parkway, South Burlington, Vermont DEVINO, CLAIRE-62 Franklin Street, Winooski, Vermont DILLON, MARY-241 Pennsylvania Avenue, Crestwood, New York DONOVAN, GAIL-71 Hillside Avenue, Oakville, Connecticut DWYER, MARGARET-Route 1, Chateaugay, New York FITZGERALD, JACINTA-14 Wynkoop Place, Kingston, New York FOSS, JUDITH-22 Howard Street, Holyoke, Massachusetts FRANZ, ANN-121 Giddings Avenue, Windsor, Connecticut FRENETTE, ROSALIND-19 River Street, Winooski, Vermont GETMAN, MICHELE-5 Branford Street, East Norwalk, Connecticut GONYEA, CYNTHIA-42 Champlain Street, Rouses Point, New York HARREN, EILEEN-Route 1, Greenwich, New York HARTNETT, MARY MARTHA-57 Hoover Street, Burlington, Vermont HICKEY, SUSANNE-323 Sanders Road, Buffalo, New York HUME, ELAINE-1308 Paddock Way, Barclay Form, Cherry Hill, New Jersey HUYSMAN, GEORGANNE-3552 Carrolton Avenue, Wantagh, New York JAMES, ELIZABETH-Box 114, Route 1, Shaftsbury, Vermont JASON, BARBARA-1906 Woodleigh Drive West, Jacksonville, Florida KEANE, JOYCE-27 Adams Street, Garden City, New York KEELER, MARY JANE-1 3 o College Street, Middlebury, Vermont KELLY, JANE-100 Elmendorf Street, Kingston, New York KIRBY, MARGARET-3102 Kingsbridge Avenue, New York 63, New York 133 LANE, NANCY-15 River Street, Millers Falls, Massachusetts LEWIS, JOYCE- 1399 Airport Drive, South Burlington, Vermont LIBARDI, LINDA- 63 North Street, North Adams, Massachusetts LOCKYEJ?, VIRGINIA 18 Porterfield Place, Freeport, New York LYNCH, KATHLEEN -259 72 Street, Brooklyn 9, New York LYNN, SUZANNE -8 Woodedge Road, Manhasset, New York McCABE, MICHELLE-37-50 87 Street, Jackson Heights 72, New York McCAUGHERN, MARY-75 Vantana Drive, Bristol, Connecticut McCUE, MARGARET-299 Steele Street, New Britain, Connecticut McDERMOTT, PATRICIA- 13 Esquire Road, Norwalk, Connecticut MARSHELLA, CAROLE-2532 Main Street, Stratford, Connecticut MARTIN, MARGARET-R.F.D. 3, Bethel, Vermont MEATH, KATHLEEN-Deep Spring Lane, Stamford, Connecticut MEIER, ANN-Phoenixville, Chaplin, Connecticut MITCHELL, JACQUELYN-1211 Simpson Road, N.W. 57, Atlanta, Georgia MOHR, ELIZABETH-260 Columbus Avenue, Port Chester, New York MOORE, LINDA ANNE-75 White Street, Westfield, Massachusetts NADEAU, SUSAN- 15 East Union Street, Goffstown, New Hampshire NEIDOZETKO, LINDA- 13 Harris Street, Norwalk, Connecticut NEILSON, MARGARET-36-1 9 217 Street, Bayside 61 , New York NORTHROP, MARY-24 North Main Street, Enosburg Falls, Vermont O ' CONNOR, MARY-31 Orland Street, Milford, Connecticut O ' DONNELL, KATHLEEN- 135 Placid Avenue, Stratford, Connecticut O ' NEIL, ELOISE-14 Center Street, Glens Falls, New York PHILLIPS, JEANNE- 107 Manhasset Woods Road, Manhasset, New York PIPER, JUDITH- 128 Dale Street, Syracuse 8, New York PIPER, SHARON-116 Concord Avenue, St. Johnsbury, Vermont PORRECA, CAROL-38 Avondale Avenue, Clifton, New Jersey POWERS, MAUREEN-108 Dewey Avenue, West Rutland, Vermont RENAUD, RACHEL-35 Hood Street, Winooski, Vermont RICE, MAUREEN— 60 Second Avenue, Westwood, New Jersey RYAN, JULIE-2065 St. Raymond Avenue, Bronx 62, New York SCHIAVONE, MARYELLEN-51 Baker Place, Newton 62, Massachusetts SHEA, JACQUELINE-488 Park Avenue, Manhasset, New York SKOWRONSKI, LOIS-92 Lyman Street, Pittsfield, Massachusetts SPENCER, MARGARET-Box 36, Jericho, Vermont SPENCER, MARYELLEN-29 Claremont Avenue, Holyoke, Massachusetts UNGER, JANE-Boggs Hill Road, Newtown, Connecticut VALENTINE, ANNE-10 Kelsey Street, New Britain, Connecticut VANNINI, BLANCHE-MARIE-385 Bedford Road, Pleasantville, New York VETRANO, MARY ANN- 16 Maple Avenue, Pelham, New York WIDENHORN, MARY JANE-10 Crest Drive, Briarcliff Manor, New York WILCOX, SUE ELLEN 22 Helen Street, Lake George, New YoMc Class of 1968 BAILLARGEON, SUE-Box 48, R.F.D. 1, Underhill, Vermont BARRY, KATHLEEN-22 Locust Street, Greenwich, Connecticut BERMEL, BARBARA-116 Carleton Avenue, Islip Terrace, New York BIEDERMAN, WENDY- 1 Bache Street, Nyack, New York BOLDUC, SHARON- 10 Fourth Street, Glens Falls, New York BOUDREAU, BARBARA-72 Ridge Road, Slatersville, Rhode Island BUFFA, CAROLE- 187 Eastwood Boulevard, Centereach, New York BURGESS, KATHLEEN-34 Memorial Drive, Holyoke, 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