University of Maryland School of Nursing - Pledge Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)

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NIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF NURSING WRAIN CENTER ,IK .. '39 Administration and Staff. pages 9-16 H1 U ,gg .i,i i iiiiii A -Me-A-.-v.,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,w , Organizations . pages 27-34 .vgg - TABLE OF CONT EN S f-- 5 ,E V -' wg ff f """' la- 'E , 1. , 1 , - 3 :I A all X f V V , ll t ' ,:2iQL,-15' ., f 5' - I F? N, 1, I , ' 1' , cgz, .9, A j ff, '. '.-.IE-55-fgzafqf ',z:a2fiEr?ffG3i2Z':g.zQ4-321215211-Era1 111315 if " ,1 ri s , 12:3 fag: ggv lggjgggx. I ' E.'55:53:,ff4f5gggf-'ff-4-:Pizzamy-' , - 'wks:5:2E:gg:3:5:5:5:3:g::: -' ,.., Q, ' 13-2-E-::.-111 ,-5---'f-I 2:5'1'21rf'1, .. -1' -5322115-4.11-..-31 1' Q 415 he E 1 . I'f'4:E5f':Q'E3iie g1g " Einiifi 'XM 1 -'S 313 Ziifielii' '1H--Tf'Z"-"'T"!"'- Zvk'2Paf57"-1751 , - Q :PQ , 'Un 5'i!'1f3:Ei B.-55" :1:ki?":I1I:? ,.,1- - .-fizfzifffripzlm' J" 5" " A . af- if- -ws ez ., rmfifiz: it '. - 'fix 1 W Q 'df' f e m, A-1' -- ' , rr-' :- ,, , .3245 g- 2:27:12 fa-:.s'f.11.:1 ,:,., :,-egg. :V ff f , 5 4. -'-fgivgpy-:f 'E1fr31E?'1-jg: .1?"'Z-. 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J I Y 4 , X 0 , 4, 1" k A Y Junior Clinical . . pages 59-64 S. 4, yff ig W n 5 L . 11 li X X Senior Clinical. . . pages 101-106 Senior Reflections, Ceremonies and Listings pages 107-120 3 WRAIN By Rosie Markgraf 62 Hedi Dabkowska There is a place where people seldom go Its hidden on an Army post Where MP dogs patrol And deep within those sacred walls You will always find Dedicated students So stressed they can 't unwind! . . . Jn X, IW N W gg afauu F595 4 ,f 1 3, Y 1, 1 , , 4 3 - ' 5 J 1 Q , ' ' Will' . ,, 43, V I Y -...... 4 it i 'QSAQGQY 1 egg 4' ""' ' if 'igf'-mia X, g , I ,J I x ' , 3.1, P. 'K ifZiJifg.R'1" J 'Y' f P . . . Thinking of clinical And all the work that's due Remembering last weekend And all the time they blew. Laughing and talking And drinking up the brew! . ,Z A ,Q ,. f 5 t- gii i Y, Q1 if 1- , ,. e . g 2,-' ., . gf., W 0 , Ks f --NJ A Q7 all . N'xX'J 864644 , -4 P53 b A. s K I, wg x i lj wr l Shit -...:: .mx I . 4 xx : 4' , ,.. 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' And yet with all our pains, Our little minds still grew. Walter Reed, Oh, Walter Reed Where would we be without you? 1 ,fl 7 vt TO THE WRAIN STUDENT. . . Who must: Adapt to a new environmentg Learn the fundamentals and concepts of nursingg Mature through two years of WRAINQ Practice and maintain basic skillsg Adjust to the emotional stress of nursingg Study hard,' Sacrwce spare time on weekends for researchg Cry after a broken love and your first rough day,' Laugh with friends at graduationg Love his! her fellow man . . . in order to make it. 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Wilson H- Elkins president Dr. Albin O- 10113 Chancellor, UM xv-f' Dr. Marion I. Murphy Dean, School of Nursing Mrs. Rosetta Sands Dean, Undergraduate Studies ,Ya x . . V' K' . ,J '. Mrs. Barbara Spivak Coordinator for Student Development Services Mrs. Regina Venn Director, Junior Year , 1 I -,.-1 41,4 1 x - "iw fi tiff i 0 A -L , 1 , . fi. m It ag!!! ttttt f ai E-flu- Not Pictured: Dr. Malissa Harkleroad Assistant Dean for Admission and Progression Dr. Shirley Hale Assistant Dean, Mercy Center Ms. Norma Melcolm Director, Senior Year A D M I N I S T R WA RT AI IO NN Colonel Hazel W. Johnson Assistant Dean and Director Walter Reed Army Institute of Nursing LTC Ellen M. Berg Deputy Director LTC Norma Small Assistant to Senior Director MAJ Lawrence Washington Assistant to Junior Director CPT. Robert Liebmann Adjutant ISG Lila C. Anderson SP5 Q. M. Crabbe i lIl21 AA ' mxys' u. ..-, 123215. . T X 1 'Q J Q"- MW. ,. 1, P' ,Q-"1""' L..u.i " A ' CPT. John Marino former adjutant CPT. Kathleen O'Brien Educational Coordinator , ' 5,4 gk 'six f ,P N f'A' .1 nw x x h..,--"' CPT. Robert Fenton SSG C. K. Mays PFC J. Cleveland effxwfl n-., nn n 1 1 'FMS M -A!,.,:,b :N f - P XX X S I , ni f Mr. Billy Johnson Ms. Iris Mann SP4 D. Giles si lil 9 . ,- N is .5555 gs fJ ll asf figs I f 10 ' K 1 . tl . .xo I - I: . 'eewwiiim l xl QEQ ?Li. ' .Ii w I 5 ' . P fi ,f 'FT' fe - ., 1 ,,D" ',Q-N73 V, S. H " l si :iq S f , ef W ' . Q1 , P , , V, gl f f ' J 4 Xl Cjsmg' !,.. 1 ..H.-, .Q1:,. ' l -' N ' Q' S ,Ll l 4 1 w"-ew ' T ff 76 1 1 -P. ,wjgi ,,7,, I C, ,,,o,i :gliilf ba J : V T l 1 Fgjgewg 4X ffg we-gs M.: K 1 1-,K f 19 me Ellen :P 9A'hdFf . I V xx 5' 1,211 I ' '- AQQV lil y lk' ,1 M ' ff 2 li fe C 1 1' 1 iv- l' P m 'J ' f-55 5-wfih, ,, , ' ., - ,. fa? f-K 'f1.1,sx.s , 'if' Mrs. Betty Jordan Mrs. Santa Fe Mazzone Mrs. T. C. Estill EV, VH V T7 'gf ,953 A Mrs. K. Brown Mrs. Pansy Clark V Ffh. l......... .NRI Kyq,-HH' Mrs. Adelaide McGovern Mr. Robert Sturgeon Q . -V T',-J, rc- - 3, g.w:j" i V - 4642 Q ' flag,-..ffii?5,1, - 1. 5-yqggif-fff'f1:'1f:v-qw'-gjjljg 3 , V.. lv'-i!1"'1"'1Y""'f'f V. "Fi I 512+ - V' if--it ,,..a,M....,.u.,-1 ,..,.-1 , 117A--ff--gg'-c.. ,. 9.5.1-t .2 i337-45:'227'T9Z'fi'?T"'7""'..,.,,.p,.'iA ,M V413 1' fiifflti a ,iv .. .13. :fg Q, .11 Wa, f - - - -3 - 59" 1 F- --Q 1' " . .rf ,, - - -f f ! ' ul ' - -. vi." "f f'32Q,, 1 f ' -, " 1., .414 f.. f V L Y -- , . 2' '5 x Y ,, gM .g H '52 x ,X i . t . ,kg Ilq. , M M Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Virginia Guiteras Dorothy Hastings Roberta Rankin Mrs. Florence Ames Mrs. Mary Meighen Mrs. Mary Railey af' ' 1 .0 ' -g . i.- A FN' h L-'ii it X gt Wuxi? iii if-a The teacherslfalza' friends who taught as all haw Z0 assess, plan, iimplement and evaluate with mz'1zz'mal e xx uw Qflalh chaos. - api? 1 K l ,---'Tx-i MAJ Bruce Allanach Home State - Massachusetts, Specialty in Psy- chiatric Nursing: BS - Boston U, MN - U of Washington. MAJ Thelma Arnold Home state - Louisiana, Specialty in Nutrition: BS - Louisiana State U, MS 8: PhD - Virginia Polytechnic Institute. MAJ Ann Ashjian Home state - Missouri, Specialty in Community Health Nursing: BS - St. Louis U, MPH - U of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. MAJ Mary A. Bailey Home state - South Dakota, Major in Psychiatric Nursing: BS - Arizona State, MS - Medical Col- lege of Georgia. MAJ Evelyn Boaz Home state - Florida, Specialty in Community Health: BS - Roanoke College, BS - Columbia U, MPH - U of Pittsburgh, Pa. MAJ Reuben B. Bowie Home state - Florida, Major in Med-Surg Nurs- ing: BS - Tuskagee Institute, MS - U of Mary- land. f -1- V- , J 's gl' Z . T, i libs: - -ff ' ' ' ,,,f, . , vf.::'a,, ,a J gf, .1 Iilf, 1 V it I 9 Vf ,.,v, , -,.. . ' hi ! , 1 .,V,.-' ,J Q ,I f"'I I "img-4 x. l'H!!1?l CPT Thomas Brewer Home state - Michigan: Major in Psychiatric Nursing: BA 84 BS - Marquette U, MS - U of Michigan. MAJ Betty Brice Home state - Arkansas, Specialty in OB Nursing and Midwifery: BS - Loretto Heights, Denver, MS - Columbia U, New York City. ,ali IU' ,..,.,,-14 MAJ Caroline Brodkey Home state - Florida, Specialty in Community Health Nursing: BS - U of Miami. MPH - U of Minnesota. MAJ Marsha H. Cohen Home state - Pennsylvania, Specialty in Pediatric Nursing: BS - U of Pennsylvania, MS - U of Wisconsin. 19 'Ti' if MAJ Merlan O. Ellis Home state - Idaho, Specialty in Community Health Nursing: BS - Idaho State U. MPH - U of North Carolina. MAJ Donna M. Ewing Home state - Pennsylvania, Specialty in Med Surg Nursing: BS f U of Pittsburgh. BA - Al- legheny College. MN - U of'W:1shington. Y M g.. At, W? "-ei-7 J' -4 If fi CPT Joshua C. Ford Home state - Washington, D.C., Specialty in Med-Surg Nursing: D.C. General School of Nurs- ing, Case Westem Reserve U, U of Texas. MAJ Eileen L. Fox Home state - Pennsylvania, Specialty in Com- munity Health Nursing: BS SL MS - Catholic U, also attended Villanova. NW t xv.-:qx:5r,i 45 ' ,yt 1,-kg ' Tr- 'Aff -VY-.ff:': ' il ' 3, f lx i X . Q ,,.""S"X. MAJ Jack E. Gibbons Home state -- Florida, Specialty in Med-Surg Nursing: BS - Madison College, MS - Ohio State U. CPT Lawrence Hamer Home state - Iowa, Specialty in Med-Surg Nurs- ing: BA in Music, BS 84 MA in Med-Surg Nursing, MFA in Philosophy all at the U of Iowa. 20 CPT Jean Hammond Home state - Connecticut, Specialty in Pediatric Nursing: BA - Southern CT. State College, MS - Yale U. MAJ Doris M. James Home state - Ohio, Specialty in Med-Sug Nurs- ing: BS - Youngstown State U, MS - U of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. LTC Addie Jones Home state - New York. Specialty in Pediatric Nursing: BS - U of Nebraska. Omaha, MS - U of Colorado. Denver. MAJ Glen B. Knepper Home state - Ohio, Specialty in Community Health Nursing: BS - Ohio State U, MPH - U of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. CPT Elizabeth Lazor Home state - Texas, Specialty in Med-Surg Nurs ing: BS - Incarnate Word College, MS - Medi cal College of Georgia. CPT William M. Lensing Home state - Iowa, Specialty in Med-Surg Nurs ing: BS - Loyola U, Chicago, MS - Illinois U, Chicago. CPT Elizabeth Martin Home state - Louisiana, Specialty in Maternal Child Health: BS - Tuskegee Institute, MS - L' of Maryland, Baltimore. MAJ Susan Minahan Home state i Texas, Specialty in Med-Surg Nurs- ing: BS - Texas Women's U, MS - U of Wash- ington. CPT Carol Moleski CPT Linda Pape U of Maryland, Baltimore, Walter Reed Army In- Home state - Ohio, Specialty in Med-Surg Nurs- stitute of Nursing. ing. MAJ David Oatway CPT JoAnn Rollings Home state - California, Specialty in Public Home state--Texas, Specialty in Med-Surg Nurs- Health Nursing: BS - Califomia State U, MPH ing, BS - Baylor U, Texas, MS - U of Washing- - U of Minnesota. ton. MAJ Mary Ellen Smith Home state - Pennsylvania, Specialty in Med- Surg Nursing: BS - Misericordia College, Dallas, Pa., MS - U of Florida, Gainsville. CPT Sheila Smith Home state - Indiana, Specialty in Pediatric Nursing: BS - MS - Indiana U. Aff" 'Uwe var 1 jj Q61 5 , - 1 V CPT Sandra Stabingas Home state - Pennsylvania, Specialty in Med- Surg Nursing: BS - U of Maryland, Baltimore, Walter Reed Army Institute of Nursing, MS - U of Pennsylvania. LTC Eugenia Vineys Home state - Texas, Specialty in Pediatric Nurs- ing: BS - Incamate Word College, MS - Texas Women's U. 'v ' ' ' " ' r' W' ' 'Y 'v-f' 'rviii ,4 . t 5 - 1 i l E 5 CPT Eileen Watson Home state - New York, Specialty in Psychiatric Nursing: BS - Fairleigh Dickinson U. MS - U of Texas, Austin. Mrs. Ruth Weinstein Home state - Maryland, Specialty in Pediatric and Psychiatric Nursing, BS 84 MS - U of Mary- land, 23 F i I i ! l 1 'wil- ,-Q f-A th, f gf, in , jfflx A x t 5 P l ave' ti I ,, D. WIL u or .D ,IE555 l I Mrs. Donna Wilsker Home state - New Jersey. Specialty in Maternal Child - Newborn Nursing: BS - L' of Bridge- port. MS - If of Maryland. MAJ Margaret Wilson Home state - Missouri. Specialty in Pediatric Nursing: BS - U oflviissouri. MS - L' oflflorida, NOT PICTURED Dr. Gabe Research 8a Statistics Dr. Debella Pathophysiology Dr. Barauh Social Organization Dr. Wodarski Social Organization Fr. Thomas Naughton Spiritual Aspects in Nursing Mrs. Ames Family Process Dr. Ashmore Dr. Ross Human Development Research 8c Statistics Dr. Hamburger Mr. Visco Social Organization Research Sc Statistics . -?'j:EZ'1 X -S, L: ' 1 I I Q1 K Q. ""-lx VL .V 4 t . -.-f' f I ,.' 1' KA. ? 4 ' x K KA X M. JA. b mug IYJYQN : 's I 'fi "2 'f ' Q I T. 3 vw ,. M "fA,,':i? ' , K x N ,- E. "" .- .-R i:57'?"f - 65:1-: " 1" ' ef A .ggi , - J ' 1 X. 'sr ax xx., ' x'x'TN-.X 'B www -1 - V , 47 ' ,Z rf, 1. .R -W, - Y .nw . ,VSV W . Nllir' ' -X EQ ' 1, Y :wg gggxghgwj 'ti-U f .. '5 SQ1f".'.' gf. sagiflkxx' i " N -, , ..-, 4 -, .... ,V f: Q--5 T --g,,:L3-:i,1.x---3-N -- I S 3. ki V . 2 322,12 ',..'..,:,E-,:.:J...1 1.1, I ffl:-Il:-vw ,. 5 , A , h I ?"F":5l3f 1 -. J .QU gf -1 . ,. ,- ' j ,jfif xvm fvk ' Q ,, , ,,,. , A- r A- A' -5 , PS2- "" 1.f2552, f,iS 2gE:5::.:-wifi if H J . i f " :' xx 'X ' ,G '51 , xx Q-::--.X 999.-,.v . N ., 59, , Q is! Efifimffr-X1 . Y: -.152-?fQ2fs'wY' -X nw 41.2 W, VJ:-445-1,:, N I 'A x xr.:-5'-.1-:,q..-M -Q ,., sms- 'V-' if Qui. ' .' ' -' Hx:-ffililii-r-' ' m w.. 5,2 ,-i12f':234P51 , r i I 1 r i N 1 N w K I 1 1 S I v 315 l w 1 4 I I uf 1 -A 5 incl' ,f ,. 9'- 0 wasp .Z . . 5' xr vm' up '- 5 :mail 5 , SGA is a student government orga- nization here at Delano which helps to coordinate the activities between the students and the administration. The members are also in charge of student activities and desk monitor- ing duties. This year, SGA has done "much behind the scenes work? The mem- bers acted as a buffer between ad- ministration and the students and tried to arrive at compromises for both sides. Meetings were held once every month and were open to any students wishing to attend. Com- plaint boxes were sponsored for stu- dent complaints and suggestions. SGA sold bumper stickers to increase the budgetg it helped to finance the USO Show and helped to coordinate distribution of funds from the Univer- sity of Maryland. This organization has helped to make the year enjoyable for the student body. Our thanks are extended to the members. ...,., . ., , ,---'-- ---- N- f-'ra ,K .wc ,, SGA 2 ? , .,.,. if t'i' ' is ' 0-fa P- qwe P"e'S0,, ' ' 'f -eu A Left to Right, Front R0w.' Maudi Flemister, Social Chairmang Art Wallace, Jr. Class Presidentg Sue Wirtz, Co-editor Pledge '77. Row Two: Sue Kelley, Chorus Co-chairmang Mary Oakley, Sr. Class Presidentg Leigh-Ann Deubler, Senatorg Nancy Hazle, SGA Vice-Presidentg Chuck Perkins, SGA Presidentg Jackie Smith, SGA Treasurer. wraug ,A L1 Z KARATE ,111 wt , X ' r e Wa tai ivy, J .,,f .,,, cf. , ..f,f,--a.e,,,. , ,, .K- ff L, .14 f. mf - , yv., ,. - ,fm-, - 1 f ' if Q. .,, ,lf ,W 1 ..1 ff 'N N... ' ,vp Q ,V g. t at I I , ,,. 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This was the last year that WRAIN will have its own karate club but a class will be offered through the Rec- reation Center. Many thanks are ex- tended to Norm Pregent, the instructor, for his time and effort. Left to Right, Front Row: N. Keller, S. Kleschinsky, D. Talbott, R. Ostmann, N. Pregent. Back Row: R. Tateishi, N. Brana, A. Schmidt, S. Allen. WHAT IS A YEARBOOK? THE "PLEDGE 1977" STAFF Co-Editors ........................ Susan Simpliciano Sue Wirtz Photography . . . . . . Liz Gnatiuk CEditorJ Randy Caltrider . . . . Sue K. Kelley Linda Y. Ramos Art P. Wallace Copy ..... Administration, Staff and Faculty .................. .......... L iz Gnatiuk Fall and Spring Activities ....... Sharon Spiedel CEditorJ Anita Schmidt Claudine O'Neal . . . . . Cathy Pinski . . . . Patricia Shourds . . . Susan Simpliciano Sue Wirtz . . . Anita Schmidt . . . Twoey Tom Organizations ........... Juniors, Junior Clinical .... Seniors .......... , . . . . Senior Clinical ....... Business Manager .... What is a yearbook? A yearbook is a trip down "memory lane" for most people. It is filled with the bind of pictures which bring gasps of astonishment, sighs, smiles, or laughter from its readers. It is the journalistic attempt to bring together as many of the important, special, funny, and sad events of an entire school year and combine them into a meaningful whole. The task of producing such a book belongs to the yearbook staff. These students, with the help of their faculty advisors and yearbook representative, are responsible for creating a piece of work which represents a bind of pictorial diary of a very impor- tant year for them, their classmates, and others involved with academic life. At WRAIN, the staff of The Pledge begins early to prepare for the task they have volunteered to perform. if. Qfvgcaigi' . , ,qu A .f ff '2 L ,....-4 .... - 4 nf 444 Fa ,.,, . , -1 . 4 , , 'Ima V., H will V tl, f X gf-lb! T' .4 , 'Q-gg., ,l ' .T y V , it x 3-J' S Tel-og R-"i"'t --sa, "' ' ' y 1 X dgfgfflsg .W --..--f,,,,, -,Gas-nquu x--. il f it ' '51-, 'r in vw,- Left to Right, Front to Back: S. Simpliciano, S. Wirtz, L. Gnatiuk, C. I I 5 5,5 f 1 --fe .Q,,,:f'i Pinski, S. Kelley, S. Speidel, D. Ogletree, C. O'Neal, L. Ramos, A. Wallace, - .":- M- X .1 ' X P. Shourds. ' " 2154-2 "' W f" W .. lvl? . "Iran, . . f....g , '--1 From the start of the school 5 ' , year, the co-editors work to plan fi 3 . the book, including the allotment X, f' ' of pages for each section, the gg ' , theme of the copy, and the J 4 X 1 general outline of the Iinished if ' V ' ' h product. Once these basic Q ' X I Q' " , foundations have been l, J , fini established, other staff members 1 I 1 A -4"ai'f start ordering pictures, writing p . . 9, . x - v if" ' appropriate headlines and copy I, f ' L . ' A V. and developing page layouts ,lt 3' Q I. f . A geared to bring important 'l 'i it I i 'gif' ' X f elements of student, faculty, V, 'ij " 5 1 v R Li ps hifi academic and social life into ' -..' 'fl' f AP ff- Je ,- , 'K' ,fx X 'L focus. The reward comes when V' S XF, . f Je: X , ' the work is finally done and the , g ' Jas, , .fl "'--QQ. finished yearbook arrives from 7' e' the publishers. At that point, the rush to meet deadlines and all of the problems associated with 'S 'id' completing a yearbook become worthwhile. For then, even though the actual days are gone, the reminders of the past linger in the pages of the yearbook to cherish for a long time beyond. - skk 31 Left to Right, Front Row: Large Chorus members - Kris Swanson, Hedi Dabkowska, Comelia Frey, Liz Kindschi, Penny Spence, Laurie Capalbo, Susan Allen. Row Two: Syndi Ruffatto, Kathy Fidaleo, Sue Wirtz, Sue Kelley, Chris Whipple, Susan Cowden, Marilyn McConeghy, Jean Pompe, Maudi Flemister, Judi Strouse. Back Row: Ann Treleven, Deirdre Tateishi, Marilyn Strange, Mary Glenn, Donna Reed, Sharon Rinkliff, Rachel Goeres, Patrice Koch, Anita Schmidt. . . I HEARTS ' p it , i ,us . Anil-: Yi- ' V A' l,::, v? .Uni X V C , I' .KI X .ti ' 'NX' ft - " ' Q i 1. 2 :rf .. 5.1: iv lf r , ', . , ., , its-Hr , - , 2- I A f . V 1. .i- "'- ' t if - i - f :2'?.5f', ' - .. 'Y ' f. L , ' fjfiyih .A AQ n ' - , , 5 1, W' W3 ' Tl! Q i -in . ' .. 2211? A 21 Lx' X T ' 31-ew 5 T T lr,-lik- it . - ' ' 13.2 ' Q iii ' 0 0 . f fir- - - 1 111' l I I V -:y ,"' J .ij ' 3 -:Pegg-: -. v , -I4 jig-e5g55ig::'.--z r-'1 Y, l .i ' '- ""' 4 : -.'LfP.v.nnI9'fgL2F Y F 2 hh '1 i Q .f'.:-5:eff1ff:1if1vi I 1 - . .-, nw' f1'auegis'.,'l2"'L 4139514 ' T ,. ,,,., - , . . Jia'-56: -' req f1:l.g.'rf-f.-afar.-4,1.. . . ,, X L fifieiffa 4 S ' ' 'Lf' ...J M ..-. ffif' ...X-wmv, F'-Qt? a1'T'Tf fritif-fr-:i'.2.:,1g5gf1gi,f V Large chorus members focus on producing the annual winter and spring concerts at WRAIN. These students practice on a weekly basis under the leadership of their classmate-directors and elected faculty advisors in preparation for the two choral events. The winter and spring concerts which they present are open to the faculty, administrative staff, military officials and the general public. Small chorus, however, serves a different purpose. These students are invited to sing at a variety of' social events in the community and at WRAIN. Under the leadership of one student director, the chorus members practice as needed to prepare for the concerts which they are asked to perform at. These students act as unofficial representatives of WRAIN during many of the programs which they give for the public. - skk E lv.,,4' le I w 4' 1 W 2 P. l . xmnum .... .Au.m.. . x.. A, . .. . s2.mu1Qm.t. . - ., Left to Right, Front Row: Small Chorus members - Linda Icarangal, Sue Reinert, Bonnie Weible, Adele Whited, Lee Seegel, Kim Glover, Michelle Barrett, Betty Sauerbry. 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Q . g 'Qlisrs ma - rQfv:,:V:::i'-5's22::-WORN .5 12:5 ,gb-mmwwkmml .. , if.1w:sw2QSmrwX .,1-g-1-:- ::- , --:XwN,wexgxb,'+ N--'f-"' as .fx ,.- ,,.- . , ,. . .- An un f N.-. - . -. . bmw 1-Q ,. .- nm- 11,- I P X + j N l 8 .--A ,mnmwmmnnu .mm-.x 1 Fall is usually the time at WRAIN for saying "hello" as faculty members, staff, and students come together for the start of another school year and meet new friends, instructors, and colleagues. For one individual however, fall was a time for saying "good-bye" to the people and the work she had been involved in over the past year. In September, CPT Kath- leen O'Brien, WRAIN's educational coordinator, left her position to take on a new assignment as head nurse of the Walter Reed Army Hospital's cardiac care unit. A farewell party was given in her honor in appreciation of the work she had performed during her brief time as part of the WRAIN educational team. CPT O'Brien's role while at WRAIN originally involved acting as a corre- spondent with the freshmen and sophomore students who were complet- ing their course requirements "in the field" before coming to Walter Reed for the completion of their nurses' training. At CPT O'Brien's request, this role was expanded to allow her to work in the hospital with senior students - a job which she "thoroughly enjoyed." ZX A final element of her work here involved lending moral support to any student who needed it. As a former WRAIN student herself, CPT O'Brien was able to offer a very sym- pathetic ear. To all students of the classes of 1977 and 1978, she offers these words of advice as they begin their Army nursing careers: "All of you will be apprehensive in regards to your nursing ability. whether you know enough and can handle a ward. Give yourselftime, at least two months, to get used to nurs- ing. I think you'll begin to feel more conlident each day." - skk 37 .ff THE NIGHT SANTA I ITED WRAIN One of the nicest traditions at WRAIN is the annual Christmas Pot- luck. The supper provides a time for friends to get together and gleefully de- scribe what plans they have for Christ- mas vacation. The food was supplied by the students and faculty of WRAIN. It was a smor- gasboard of delight. There was chicken, potatoe salad, beans, casseroles, vegeta- bles of every kind and desserts to even make the dieter cheat for awhile. After supper the WRAIN Small Chorus sang several Christmas carols to set the mood. The evening was undoubt- edly made complete with the arrival of Santa Claus and his WRAIN-deer. 'ie- - 1 Alf 4, , ,4- ,F 7 -. - f. ,, , 4 f 1 I I . . . b rwmlf fx ,, -r ' A4 , ..,.e! , mcg, in :yn A A I 3 - ff I L 34 2 A . Emi' if gf? , X. an Lg l X'SI'?8UY 7 F fgfft 4 5' AW! ,:""x 7: d U W f- Qx 4 s I , . 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The front row swooned as others tried to edge their way forward to touch his alluring body. J jr. ww WW 4 , I X! l " f -1 .T vt f 71 v .,. Y : .,- ...L THE SWINGING 50's RELIVED 40 After Elvis, the crowd was really ready to hit the dance floor. Couples were jitterbugging, shimmying, doing the jerk, the frog, the swim and even the bossa nova. The evening ended at l o'clock with no one going home unhappy, except those with sore feet. Elvis faded into the night, the Fonz dropped off his girl and the prom queen went home to plan what to wear for next year's dance. - lyr e fora ' e g fi es! , f l .-1 X, '59 ' 4 i A , ' i V .N ' -'A"igTj" gg LTV? if if 'lf' , , .Q vi-1. ' I '- , 'Jn " W i A X ', ' A I, i A 'Q 8 S i H A y, N i 1 e' ,S iw -4 . vh fn, -5 6 353. .I Y .f ,V -. 4-e J i fe Tj! i i' ry " , i , 64 lf 1 ' i ' ., 43 i A 'fkiri 1' ' L' u' - If N , ig - F Q Y 1' ' 3 ff .4 ,, . 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The musical entertainment provided by the WRAIN choruses through "A Sentimental Christmas" served as a pre- lude to the Christmas season for stu- dents, faculty, and guestsg creating a spirit of joy, nostalgia, and warmth. - skk x l n I THE WRAIN CHGRUS PRESENTS "A SENTIMENTAL CHRISTMA H 'KL l..1-m Prelude ......,.....,........ Do You Hear What I Hear? .... with Gallaudet Chorus The Meaning of Christmas ....... Ave Marie .................... in eal T' 'S Q F' 1 x g va '.", . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . arranged and performed by Sharon Rinklif . . Regney and Shayne . . . . Mark Lawrence . . . . Charles Gounod Franz Guber Colleen Winans. Accompanist - Sharon Rinklw' Silent Night, Holy Night .................................,................. . . . Dulcimer - Rachel Goeres, Guitar - Laurie Capalbo I'll Be Home for Christmas ...... Three Songs for Christmas .... Jesu, joy of man lv desiring .... with Gallaudet Chorus IN TERMISSI ON RoundelayNoel ...... ,.... . . The Christmas Song. ............................................. . . soloists - Laurie Capalbo and Sheree Cully Dance of the Reed - Flutes ................................ ,.,,..,.. Nancy Hazle and Dawn Joder Merry Christmas, Darling .,......................,..................., Sheree Cully, Accompanist - Sharon Rinklyf Have Yoursey' a Merry Little Christmas .....,............................ A Christmas Wish ....................................,................. Gannon, Kent, di Ram . . . . Clara Grundman Johann Sebastian Bach . . Mermann :Q Young . . . Torme di Wells . . . Tchaikovsky . . . Richard Carpenter . . . . Martin di Blane ..........KenKeese Georgelf Handel Hallelujah Chorus ........ ,...,............ . .....,.....,.............. . . THE GALLA UDE T COLLEGE CHOR US is composed of both graduate and undergraduate students of the only liberal arts college for the deaf in the world, Authorized by Congress in 1864, Gallaudet College is attended by students from across the United States and around the world. The Choral group is open to all students on a voluntary basis. The main function ofthe Chorus has been to pejorm at Gallaudet commencement exercises. The class of 1978 . . . from small towns and large cities. . . quiet. . . loud. . . studious . . . procrastinating. . . adjusting to a new existence and believing that "T hey Always Save the Best for Last. H - apw "No, it can't be!" . . . "Not this early in the morning!" Q. . . The sounds of . . . a plane landingC?J . . . must be a dream, reveille Cthis wasn't in the pam- phletj . . . CPT Marino yelling, "Fall out!" fjust knew he was too nice to be trustedj . . . and seniors with fatigues banging on the door fit must be a dream! J. "Put on my white top and blue skirt or pants! My hemline is eight inches above the knee!" Still suffering from separation anxiety and homesickness severum, the class of 1978 was roused from peaceful CD slum- ber at 0400 - the zombie hour. What a shock to double time down the hallways and sight senior storm troopers posi- tioned at regular, evenly-spaced inter- vals shouting commands. CHelp me, defense mechanisms! J Then out into the still morning air and seeing 110 other zombies in formation and realizing that you're the last one out! And then, learn- ing to salute with an arm that's still as- leep, marching and realizing you forgot your left-right-left, and singing "Don't Want to be a Navy Nurse" to the firm voice of an anonymous NCO who didn't know his left-right-left. Walking into the auditorium, and smelling coffee, we realize something is brewing! Big sisters clapping and smiling change the indifferent outdoor spirit of discipline into one of warmth, friendship and welcome. Nevertheless, falling as- leep on a chair was still a cozy idea until the curtains opened and "l2 days of WRAIN" and "what not to wear to STRANGERS IN A STRANGE LAND il rim V' !t ! rlei 3. p . it A f r 'Hi A A S' L " F35 l :iw I clinical" were displayed. After that, laughter and applause replaced the lost and confused feeling . . . and while snacking donuts afterward, we all knew that if this morning was an omen, it would be an unusual year! - apw 46 ,Q WHO, WH T, Q-5 ' , WHERE, y a 4 -ix ' - ' Ja' HO W s t l x ' . 1 AND W H Y 'iw ' 'J' 1 - iq , t , , , 2: ,I ' cl . A .g V - Q .1 If .ff W' .' I f ,H Q t , - 4, k ' i 1-Ei , ,- Y 5 v 'qui ' f-1 ' f A , it "2 I -.w-:v5iX,'-.- 1 'L . 3 3' . - .tif .M ,L " gi 'W 4 ' . X' R U., HJ" ' Jn? - -ahh 'C my uv ff'rz.?' I Wg , , 1 I' 4 Q - . :JT ,. :Ci df! 7 Q Q - , i :fri - f f i2 3, 1 , A it i 1 . V: was-, A5 " v- ' ' .- ' ' ::-:"- - 1: irTw?f?1,y "f if ,f l . U ,wgy 4 i ffl 55.5-7 'Z' V' " , ' ii'-" E: " 'ig 1. f . 7 I 1 . . X n?ff'9l3f2e 1 M' ' V f f' ' ' gg rf , K 2' 12,2 Q1 ,f",, 'Q . 3 b '- ' A la' 'gig i ,Q . -' .f ?..4 -ww, Orientation week . . . our . 1'A 5 first exposure to the faculty, ad- , t-FY' f' tgm i g f ministration and the over-zeal- -i , Q W .fl 'j N V ,ag ous auditorium air conditioner. li E I f " V,f3 il' 5 ? A weelcof Army "red tape" .43 i,'.,f"4g3. fi . . . registration fdo I need a 5 ' ' ' !' F52 pencil?J. . .ordering blaz- , ... ' ers, yearbooks, PDR's and S1 to 'W ISGT Anderson . . . interest- ff , , e',. fm L2 ing presentations or a great 52 Q , ' Y S chance for a nap. Meet you be- hind Delano Hall and teach you . . . how to put out a fire you should not have started with the electric range in your closet . . . yes, popcorn does burn . . . no, don't use CO: on popcorn! The first encounter with the social scene . . . Georgetown Ctoo chic and expensivel, Officers Club fthe Marines have landed! J, and the Naval Yard Cdrive with a friend! J . . . alternatives in fellowship, bicycling and getting a phone in- stalled QUICK! A week to become acquainted with a roommate and many new faces . . . putting up posters and plants to "wake up" your room . . . and realizing how much you miss an air conditioner in 901722 humidity! Exploring D.C. on the senior-charted bus. Small and big town minds mixed with out of state curiosity exposed to the heritage, history and majesty of D.C.'s panorama . . . Jefferson Monument. Capitol and D.C. traffic. - apw 47 ICE CREAM SOCIAL gf? ' , 2, 1, ' JE WELCOME WRAIN DANCE UN IOR FACES Fas?-,1 Q V i il 1 fit Joan Angermuller X xi". in I . ,, A X. il' M Cassandra Baugher - ., . . 'i .. . ,Q ,, if X ,J Xl Faye Burnett s wf. Q - 1' Y .K 5 IEEQ Diane Applegate A s -, -'i':a- 1 wiv ' ' '24 ' ,gf ' 1 I 45 Y Elizabeth Bradley f-1 V V . A,s h ,C M9 i 1 9 JI Barbara Cajffrey fvl 3 v Eleanor Addotta ,A .4 1 Z fir -4 g ' as 5: if - 1.- gh Y.-wx Y. .X I! Marsha Astrike 4 , ,. -ff '31 , ' 'N 1 4 f 'j- .,, En! N 6 :V Marcella Bruce 2 , 1 1 Patty Cherry E7 50 wr x.. f....ff ,, f -r ."" , V? X 3 A Susan Allen :is 'x "A 1 N l ? 3 52+ Eva Barden Y 4 ,, E '5 1 1 9 Tracey Allison k A , ffm rw .V ' wx az .LA , X. 3 Sheila Baucum 4. L 1 , 'W.'l9.4y, ' 1 .f 1.3, I ' " fi 4, . . 1 Q we N . QN X x X A: xx Q QX xxsxsxv Y S X , -'E 3, , X J , Lf 4 .. , -em' ik A ff, j , 555' Theresa Chevalier Catherine Cook , '11, Q 2.2 V , 15597, 5 'fel J wot.. .! 'V If E Beatriz Dominguez Robert Donaldson 1 3 1 1 1 A , A' rt - :T Cin f - Q "1u1,..,,w,, ' 5 x ai 'B Linda Cullinane V, :f!"s ' l , lv'41,., zz ,kc xl 411- n Z1 Barbara Donovan I ri Xi ' ' Lynn Fabish A-X ' ' Q fm -' lQ', 2 in .2-an Kathryn Fidaleo 51 ,, s 1 f ,. ' V K he 1? l 1 Stephanie Davis wa. ', wvL.:I,- ' V N ,,,,,, R aiu I L Jaclynn Echard 6? z.. Y H123 ,N 1 f , I M E Leslie Failla K H f.-:5,3' F If fa ak LAME? v A 5 Pamela Fowler 1' X M SQ. 45,8 Y x Robin Dennis s Az, X : f 1 4 284, ns. A 0 V Kim Enjinger 1 'E xl . ffp X I 0 v 1 Barbara Falor if s K ILE' William Frederick 'e lisa- .G .A f Q- y y ey Bonnie Fried Rachel Garibay Paula GarU'aI0n 'N . . -A A, ., I , 5 1 D f -51,11 as '-.M -mf - N -1:5.7"" ' Wag, . E153 . 4 4, , lv f LW, L Kimberley Glover '-' J' .. - M 4 .." K .l.A ' ' fi-:l.5s. " 'S ..:i 'Zi g i if 'MN l f , . rw 5 . Q S 't M ' if If Nr' M T 8 S I l L6 I E: E , ,Q 3. 1:-:,1.g.4:a-1 -. Kg, X a x X N x 0 Mig N X we X Q rv Deidre Howard .R x ' 41.5 , -11 Carol Freidhojf Konchan Deborah Kuykendall 52 ,Q 'F 5 S , Nm N 1. ig W NE- . ,, Ke 1 ,ix Lauren Gilchrist a U' M 4 92 X as x I I S kg! 4 95. A R -if 9 xr, 56' , : f Yolanda Gray 'iam .,::,, ee 1 S5 M Linda Icarangal 1 6? E 1 gn, 599 's l 22 V , -V Mary Glenn if-'i My -. G ' Y Patricia Hickey Q' A 4 fm 'J ,Xl 0 Kathleen Keegan i ..V J ' V iff-2- V K g, T ,J.S' 1 K 'i"' QB X 'ii Becky Lafontaine 9 Ella Lynch l v Christine Mahalovich 1 I I K " , f 5' Q. Aide , 1? M Denise Ogletree 6 f.. A'f3 1214 X, 1 .Q Claudine O'Neal 1 S ,DA if-F565 411: X , X f a Marilyn Perry i ,..,. 0 4 , 061, X v 93 Q! A 'S f A , Janice McCluskey P F.. 2-F 'iii ,ft' 1 X I I Janice Olsen P WRX v 'Q 0.- Nina Page 35. 1 X at 'Wx 1 K1 x.-. f 'P J.. if Mary Phelps K4 Q ff-13 , 27 we A C? W Diana Micha 22+ 3 I ' l xx rf. ' v -'Q' Heidi Olson in-lfie 5. E Kim Peoples 154 1-- 1 f Y l ,1 r ii 1 Catherine Pins 53 ...an ,l 8 1. A L x gf . ii? l A., 'SF 3 , '53 5' iff, 6- ' 1 fa' . " S .4 I "Rib A 3 f ,f ' 1 i 59, 5 - Deanna Purtell Linda Ramos Donna Reed 'ii 'Lei ' 49 Y, X I E1 Betty Sauerbry QS. gg 'Na 1 ,ff Patricia Shourds f 7,7 .ff . 1 Y, ' r, , XI f X tri H X m 9 Jacqueline Smith Paul Smith 54 ' -X1 f K 'Sri' xX 1 1 XX K.,. x 1: 1"-rn' ' Xi ,f xl! ' .mv iii Q1 Patricia Rukas 4. J sie mmm! Loretta Schlachta N -53 is A f S Q X if E3 Dina Sine WAFS, A ,fm E Sharon Speidel 1 ' if ' . :N 3 ' S -f I Margaret Santoro .x,x .1 f'if,s ' Vi" ,t,, 1 . X49 X fc--y 521 Cedar Schultz , ", ES F fe4g..,"N Q tl M, ' ! I 1 54 '92- A Laurette Smetana 'xX 'QR ft! 5-' 1,2 - Y x lu Mary Spratt Q f, If V Q S ,, I f'W Pamela Stitzlein fm I if Ann Treleven ..W X 1' MW, f Judy Von Allmen 'x sq f QQ 4 .. ' 1 Bonnie Weible , . fe A Fl' ., , I 9 rv ' Fl . . . 3, 'LQ f . 3' 7 . 1 A ,F . "ff , fy, an ff 1 L ,, Kathleen Stockman ev 1 . ,f FK ml Jane Streeper 1 1 - K If I- -. is ' fx i' fm . .. Sh ., ,T LZ.-'W' 1 Yagi, VEf,pq,l r L Carol Van Leeuwen PM 115 AIHTTP' K 4 .W Arthur Wallace 65 ,A e I Laura Wesley Cathy Viera p ,fri P, Z' nv ,aw-5 .,,. .4 ft. 1 ff" 3,2551-rf 1, 41 ' E Ann Warren 1 ., -I . p XY. W ,N .. la lx 'A P X Q gag f N Kula , I ' " 1 if U K l .. 4' Li. mm, f 'M' E I Denise Stroud Heidi Thompson A' , ..,., 'e jf' 05.5 ,, L ef : xf' .- X. ,- za, - I ' z rv I -e M -ix 13 ' if 'W ge l 5 ' if "9 'E' , . X - N N K ZR f l Barbara Zimov Sheryl Zunich 55 fs ' Gefff ,R -- . The easygoing activities of orienta- tion week soon became the "reality shock" of academics. Teams 1, 2, and 4 passed out team syllabuses with ob- jectives, piles of handouts were dis- tributed, term paper became a bad word, and we were soon exceeding our normal parameters of dynamic equilibrium! Then came the first, sec- ond, and third degree small group ses- sions, IPR in ADL, Dr. Ashmore's "cohesive" lectures and 47 tape re- corders died during a l-to-1. But with the work came the escapes . . . ex- tended 5 minute breaks checking the message board fdid he call?J and mailbox Cempty again! J to searching for the elusive "handsome prince" at the Oflicer's Club fand realizing how young you really were! J and trying to get as far away from Delano Hall as feasibly possible. , ' , -5 . ""- Y' '- me--1 ,. AQ1'-1413 A7",w:69ff 2352.3 'Q-! 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By semester's end. we were tired and tense but aware of our "I can't take it anymore" days, fiaky study habits and the value of friends in a time of need. It had been a long first semester . . . we had changed . . . and we were READY for a Christmas vacation without IPR! Minimester. . . spare time . . . CPT Hammond's Hrst lecture Cno one else wanted to do it!J and her guidance through Mastery l through 6 . . . dosage forms C"ung"'7l . . . "wear shorts to class" and popular needle stories fdid you hear about . . .J . . . boredom but NO evaluation tools! . . . a new President . . . and iinally, tneed a ride to National Airport! and see you on 7 February! - apw JU ICR CLASS GFFICERS 1+..fef1',.'-,NT-'Q 'f 'wa 3' ffm" ,r . ,sa ' -'N rr i gg:mffv .' W 'f'Qv" fai3'ffs . iuimfr ' i . 'S Y -352, H' -as C3 i - n ew - fi ,3 ,i93" .13 fig ,. .7 f'4ri15.11"'l? - V 1 '- ' " 'r -vgj.. 7,'1'?f' I 79 -- . E 'gif .P -3 xx sg fa , fav V Ei 1 'fir mi 'xffri a n gs, -1 Q 'f vfi i ,.X2fL?f'1" .. 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It's just that in this different room There is a kind of stress - It says COMPETE, PASS, THIS IS IT, YOU HA VE TO DO IT HERE. What I'm asking Lord, I guess You know Please take away that stress - Turn this old room Into that old porch Don't let them feel they must compete Just help them work it through - Please The others, too, Dear Lord, I'd like to see them pass But, Sir, I don't much sympathize For help they have not asked. Perhaps their need is for the stress - Maybe that's how they will make it throug Oh, yes, I want them all to pass But I'd like to change a few things 'round I'd like to see the "sure ones" - a little more insecure And for those who are so insecure Dear Lord, this thing I ask - It's for a little bit more confidence So that these exams may be IN THE PAST. Yes, Sir, I'll work on it some more Back to the drawing board - Patience, Lord, is what I need -- I know we'll all get through. Thank you, Sir, for listening And helping out my kids. - JEH 18 January 1977 -I5-3-5-gpqeiv.-if-:'. A X: ::'1:f:f..:'.:-ax, -:- ISS:-T --nag'-fps:"I:-"sg ':2:-. T:-.4:.-:-gr.-:'f::ng-.----1 :-:S- X-Xxgx55::4:X,'-:-.-:vv-X-.5-,:j: ' W. ...:g:3.x R15:E:9 5g?fX 35" 'N IMPLEMENTATIO :k.X5:5Sg?5:,g, : ''Egz-fiiifif-5VFi.sgf, ig., ,gs- .ceq X. :-L:-:-:-' 12 '- 151' XQQ ' XF ' X X M H 1 X X 'x Q 'Xfyh 1 XE gr .. km, i'i'.f2'13?-'rfigk hx NX :':2:1' 1 ' X M Mc. X QQ X X X NN 1 Q X' X KS? 1 X X , x X x X 5 if, XX X N X X X XX K XXN 1, X X 1 X f J . -- 1 Nix. .XX .. :M 1' if:f51:55f'-. 1 W' MX,-'X' 5 5'sSE:s3S:? " x ' K ':3:7352'5"" ' -cgq: .gXSSx :XC . X ' 1--"WY: , 5 Xxx? . A Q' .. rx Yi.. - 1 4 Q' ,:T?,,' t ,. ',:41Z.'g, " '- .xzgfxc '- . f f fi z Zi' Aff l l J , n ' I., . I-. Q., 4-on--J .'iY" In xl av -4, , , ' - .J 1 Q 3 i l i .-6' 7 " 5' s 4 Jw +319 2123. y .. v X 40. W7 F . l f' ' . 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This year at the iluting ceremony, the seniors performed their famous rendi- tion of "The 12 Days of WRAIN," skits of clinical and home visits and Deborah Deitch sang "Look Wider Still." Each junior received a lit candle and a copy of "The Pledge" from a senior. This pledge symbolizes the aspirations of the students here at WRAIN and was recited by all. A highlight of the evening was the capping of the male students. This symbolized their acknowledgement in a primarily female profession. Later the seniors showed the juniors how to ruflle their caps properly and refresh- ments were served to all. - lyr 6 6 w 1 1 I 1 yi is-fue!! bjbp . D K-2 . 4 - . ,gf ' --Ax Qty' X 4 I 5 W , Q 1 s g , a-Z - . L ' .f 3 A ' X' XJ-.Y 1: . ng , ,, x QL ., ,, .. ,X E A . "' '1 A I 6 ,- X r' 1' "T . :L , Q 1 ,- V' Q, f L, , . 4 r JUNIORS PREPARE SENIORS FOR THEIR FUTURES H X A 68 J 1 A It was planned for a month. Secret planning sessions in conference rooms on early Saturday mornings and under- cover rehearsals in student rooms and the auditorium. The creative talents of the junior class were assembled to plan the traditional farewell to the seniors in the Senior Brass Party. The creative "think tank" - Faye Burnett, Lynn Fabish, Kathy Fidaleo, Cathy Cook, Donna Reed, Ann Trelev- en, Beth Bradley and Art Wallace - spent several hours brainstorming to cre- ate the live skits in the assembly. The San Antonio medley revealed the humorous aspects of bivouac, drill and ceremony, proper saluting and the compass course Cis that tree following us?J. Then the song of "Delano" recalled the images and sounds of the past two years, from no parking space to soap suds and GEN Bob. Visiting a troubled community family caused problems for Maudie Fle- mister as she encountered some familiar domestic chaos and breakdowns in com- munication. The dramatic entrance of the Mickey Mouse club, alias Faculty Follies '77, contributed their message in "We Taught You Everything We Know" as LTC Vineys, MAJ Boaz, MAJ Brice, CPT Hamer, CPT Ham- mond, CPT Rollings, CPT Stabingas, and Mrs. Guiterrez were applauded as the comedy hit of the night. Then the mood changed as the silent nostalgic thoughts and memories of two years at WRAIN were captured as John Den- ver's song, "Poems, Prayers, and Prom- ises," accompanied Betty Sauerbry's coordinated slide presentation. The cli- max ofthe evening - the awarding of the brass fsans cadeusus due to local shortagej was heightened by the accom- panying songs and cheers of the Junior "Broom Squad" who created a tunnel for the "nearly" first lieutenants of the class of 1977. And the message of this event, as well as the approaching graduation and commissioning ceremo- nies, was captured in the last line of the class poetry selection: "Look well . . . to this day!" - apw SENIOR COUNTDOWN "77 Day" is a milestone in the lives of senior students who are graduating from WRAIN. It is the point in their four years of college when they are exactly seventy-seven days from graduation - the ceremony which honors all of the work, worry, joy, and pain neces- sary to complete school. Traditionally, "77 Day" has been celebrated with a party planned exclusively for senior students. At the party, drinking, eating, singing, and laughter serve as a toast to the days which have been successfully passed and to the ones which are left before graduation. It is a time for forgetting the pressures of student life and for musing about the future. Students also reminisce about the past experiences they have come through together - the times that they never thought they would survive but which are now history. From the "vantage point" of 77 Day, the rest of the time till graduation seems short. The serious countdown to the "big day" begins and students start to fully believe that the end of their under- graduate college career is in sight. - skk -dv ,f',,.a' All, '-'- x ff x f 4 2 l we .-Ml . n ' 1 455 at 3-Q ,ya. . r 1 F D Jr., - n.,g991a . pl :lf - L l . L " - 'F lik i D li. 'Ii . , it A I '77 3 54, ,ja " L 6 - Avvuilv V. J . .f,.-- Ax- 4 2 v , .1 X ,eg ll f.,.l, 'A I V 11 I -1 Senior class uniform inspections at WRAIN take on the qualities of a scavenger hunt and an adult-style show and tell session. Initially, many individuals are con- fronted with the task of locating a variety of items which are required to be "in uniform." This job presents a real challenge to students as they rush from store to store in the local area. The WRAIN "grapevine" buzzes with information about where to find plain black pumps, Class A hats, and assorted pieces of Army "brass" Once a complete Class A uniform is achieved, the student faces the job of learning how to wear the uniform properly in order to pass the show and tell session or as it is commonly called, "greens" inspection. A central part of these sessions is being able to face one's self in the mirror without wondering who the person staring back from the glass is. Once this obstacle is crossed, other issues such as how to stand so that there are no wrinkles in the back of the jacket and how to place the various pins, name tags and ribbons properly, become important. With some luck however, students finally reach the final goal - to have all uniform pieces correctly aligned, ironed, and iitted in time for commissioning. - skk ij H-IIEQEEQ f-- i Iam 715-fi' 2" ' 4 V' I I l92QfQ,,?f' V' '50 I 2 '15 .gal ,4 ., , l 0 Til A V4 THE MAKING f ' ii A FIRST LIE TEN N 3 va. ffl 4. .rival ivliiii ' 'UI USO SHOW A ' 'X a fi 4 A f N 1 -is , at ' V .K Q 'f,.'f"T Sl . 5- ' '..! :iii- vi'-afi'Qi5f5QK" gl li AQ' up ' . .. -.e.fff'?1g2z ' ' ff V f - 1' 2 '-"gy , F. - . .-.. ,.-. . sf, 1-.3 - .. f -a gp sg- ' V 3"" f" , ' ,. -IT,-. Q' - " .. W I .. Nb 'ill , l f' itil'-5-'Ile if ffl - 5 , . 3 M 1 5. V " yi -. 1. -13. ., V-, 1 ' -if ff ' 'at-f-F ' 2 1 ' L .. if , W kk ' ,,'.. , ,. 4.1495 I ef '-ix? - X '- .-., ' ,f -.iii 5 -fl-fi: ll .. ii' 1' fl Y' Vai . , -f ' V- ' if . ,rg -. V . ef, 415' .cs-,V , NK l - A ,-....,..t ' -, E. .z, 2,, Mimi L' - l ' . - 2' - , .. i . A- M " f "-' ff .. -Ferl' 1 '. P- f. ' 1 . . --" ': . A. ff ' - v-1 , -r ff are .a ,, .if . . 1 ,if ff g -al.-,.ifQ32 Q . M . X. " ls A powerful, unifying spirit, l5O determined cast membersg and a patient director, CPT Hamer, all made the 1977 USO Show an enjoyable escape and a colorful presentation of the resident talent at Delano Hall. Seven weeks of sacriliced weekends and finding a niche in the auditorium so one could laugh and enjoy the rehearsals contributed to the wonderful diversion of the USO experience. The musical accompaniment of Nancy Hazle, Sharon Rinkliff, Chris Whipple, and Jean Pompe set the tone of the show with a medley of tunes which would accompany the acts throughout the production, Then Art Wallace, master of ceremonies, greeted the audience with a cordial, "Wilkommen." The theme of the entire show, "Brotherhood of Man," was sung by the entire cast as they marched in in an impressive picture of uniformity in their maroon blazer attire. The show was filled with individual and collected talents but the most popular crowd-pleaser was the synchro- nized tap dancing ofthe "Tappers" in "Anchors Aweighf' a nostalgic reminder of the World War II "get-them-in-the Navy-with-pretty-girls" campaign. And thanks to the direction of CPT Stabingas, who transformed a group of women who had never tap-danced before into a coordinated and polished routine, the act provided a colorful and impressive introduction to the second act. The rest of the show can be summarized as being about a "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" who was "By My Side" when he stated "Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning. " He was informed that "People" in the "Rags Handtime Symphony" often found it easy to start the day with a "Hula of Hawaii. " The boy retorted that this wasn 't possible because he was always sleeping and "CalUfornia Dreamin 1 "yelling"Anch0rsA weighv in the Pacyfic Ocean. Whereupon the lad 's social activities were focused upon when he was told that "There is Nothing Like a Dame" but to be wary ofthose dames who state "1Am Woman - You Are Man " because they had a tendency to "Wash fTheirj Man Right Out of Their Hair, " especially ajier a poorly-received "Lovers Medley. " The boy. totally confused and hugging his bugle close, said "You Must Have Stepped Out ofa Dream " because "1fI Had a Hammer, " I would proclaim "Let There Be Peace! " Of course, it wasn't easy: singing a song staying with the tuneg using your peripheral vision under a black light and realizing you forgot to raise your armg finding your costume under the ominous glow of a backstage red light, remembering your linesg changing and hoping none of the men were peeking: wearing an elaborate dress and appearing sophisticated Cwhile biting your tonguelj in a "dreamg" and saying those punch lines which had no "punch," But in the end, it was the simple fact that we were working - AND having a good time together - that resulted in an entertaining production, which was enjoyed by the large audiences on March 25, 26 l977, and which became an unforgettable part of our WRAIN memories. - apw Y , , I I-I YH - V 5 ,i q ff . . -qp.,,. - !..E,f-I-I GI 'gig irllr Wm ji: I i, Arr c r. Am: -if 1,41-w x, V, by W L-mx 1 SQ A- I ,. k l HE' A .. . in L' .F 1 U I f fzggfw 23 A ' f f i ' fwfr- w If 1" T - l x .f 1 4 J! 5, ' gl I W5 f, . ' H3 1? QW' 5' - 'L 4 . IQ' S 5 Lf- -ff H i '2- ' A. f r A Y Y fe Q X21 ' , L K 3 I I 4 'I ' 54 ' V ,iff 1 i I ' ln 'y W, , ewelm, Q I -g nl N , X Af- -x 4 4 1 Q34 X ff"f I 1. 15' H "' ' H :Q l ? I Q I . f' v 15 'I' ' 1 , 1' 11 ' 4 5' xi . 3 .- l 4. 3 Q 1 ' l ' " , , .5 .. I Y I f ,iv BROTHERHOOD OF MAN I I ' X Q 1 mg Q A i - A g if I ili J 1 . ff' fi. E . , f V f 3 3 .1 ' A Li A 't f - I inf' " , 7 3 5 '- Q . l 1 , 5 l il i 1 W , aaa WU 'A 5 2 " A . ' fffii:'.'.F:3'T"N1"'. wimnumsnh ' ' ' " Q, H .....m.- . sf- -.s,i., :WL , h W . ,if . F T '4-'X ff W Friday, April 29th was a night to remember for many students at WRAIN and their guests. The occasion . . .? The annual spring dinner dance which was held jointly this year by the junior and senior classes. For the people in attendance, the evening was filled with a number of special qualities. The setting was beautifulg the Ft. Belvoir Officers' Club was aglow on the inside with bright lights and colors while outside, attrac- tive scenery including a view of the Potomac River could be observed. The food was plentiful, well-prepared, and delicious. The drinks and laughter flowed freely throughout the night. And finally, the dancing was accom- panied by a pleasant mixture of fast and slow selections which encouraged participants to take their places on the dance floor. The evening owed its success to the work of several individuals and to the spirit of the junior and senior class members who purchased tickets and attended the event. Sue Charles, senior class social chairman, assumed much of the responsibility for making the arrangements necessary for the occasion. She also did a great deal to advertise the dance and promote student interest. Other class members assisted with ticket sales and publici- ty. Their enthusiasm which accompanied the planning and implementation of the dinner dance was an important factor in making the event a memora- ble one. - skk a -,'tt N v ...,. ...,.., ,,,, , 'lf 45:11 .ri-':'.,-:.E al. 31 -A f ' :E 1 f H -4 -.,: j:q,,.j' V.. - ,, ' : X X 7' 4 ,fl 'lj 4 f -JC? flu' !f.j'.,f!-V: YV' - ' . f , ' Q . 3 'YW' 'V gui .QW-zff'1.fv: ' wf-ff p 6 E - gv.21vvfA-3,51-fx 1 su A- ' 'VJ .mb ' W . o ' ,f ff - X 53 N V ' ur :qu fa I 9 .,I .V , FT- 415 9' 3,1 . 1 ul 3 ' 1 r Q xg. 1 ' 5 Q X, X , f',fiZ-lvifff-.f.Q r"-I-+ -- I xi 'xi ,1 is . I Q 'fm 2136 ff-' X 2 wi ' if l 'f ' 1 P ' ' ui, -' M ' - 1 .ff f X. . f 9":'f4-.' ,, el' Mrs 1,1 A f f , - 1 E Q N, K . .if I , r , , . , ,. ,, ,, , x - Q' J ,-,, A , x L ,K L ff Q, . bv If - a 1 ', Q1 Q X AN 'J ' . .jQ'571 ,I a' -- ua Q' 'Fe' '. , 'N M711 A ,l K Q Q 'mx Q' 12' - Q 5' N 5 ? -- ' V+ 3' 3 ffkgf X, , My , +L-, if ' X qw W ' X 'MX ' N ' I' f I 1' 'J I , -V n .. x ' un, , - 1"1"xq.f x 1 X Q ,L-1 W " Uffgk -4 ' "' ., .. " 57' . f v - M f EW N, 'f ,,.. -,.,.i41',Q,-fL'.:'ff ff. i i, -J X X ..-ak-A--'M' 7 5 E 2 ' 3 1 , I 1 . 1 , . 5 ' -en N x.,- Y A,, wi ?--.- SPR G ELEGANCE K 1 x Hawkeye was there sipping punch CWOW, what a punchlj from the IV tube and finding potato chips in a fit better be sterlizedlj bedpan. It was WRAIN's 4077th MASH party, located in the WRAMC OfTicer's Club ballroom on 29 April 77, and another chance to indulge in the enjoyable art of mas- querade. To make it attractive, men from Ft. Belvoir, Naval Academy and local fraternities at Maryland were invit- ed. Costumes which included scrub outtits, patient gowns, surgeon caps, well-worn fatigues and even sheets were worn by most of the crowd to create the illusion of yet another MASH escapade. The WRAIN MASH party was the brainchild of CPT Watson and efficient- ly organized by Sharon Speidel and Jan McCluskey, MASH co-chairpersonsg Jackie Echard, equipment acquisition and decorationsg Paul Smith, foodg and a number of dedicated juniors who assist- ed with both decorating and planning. Scenes from the party included Klin- ger, alias the red-dressed Randy Caltrid- er, who entered to an enthusiastic welcome and received an Henduringl' kiss from an overzealous Marine, as the strains of "Suicide is Painless" started the party. The DJ had caused some anx- iety by arriving late from Richmond but made up for his tardiness by playing a good selection of dance songs and stay- ing an hour late. M R Q +v ,, gl, 2 l lll n Nu? I 4 ,i if fl F5 1 , . ., rf -My i L ia 'N -ui, UNITY OF THE ARMY NURSE CORPS ENT' N 4' zq The "hot" item of the night was the kissing booth which became the residence of Hot Lips belonging to John Ludwig, Art Wallace, Chuck Perkins, Paul Smith, Randy Caltrider, Steve Allen, U-know-who, Jan McCluskey, Helen Chico, Sue Charles, Sue Knoebel, Nancy Jordan, Barbara Zimov, Maudie Flemister, and Jackie Echard, who all raised a total of S35 for thejunior class kitty with a display of ID control at 25a a mini-seduction! Meanwhile, the dance floor became a swirling mass of sterile green and white. A feeling of unity in being an Army nurse, and enjoying the MASH role, pervaded the room as we wiped the sweat off our brows Cthese gowns are hot! Jg searched out pockets for another quarterg and warily picked one more chip from a bedpan! - apw 77 J Ig cr rss V A' 9 Q M 'Diff 2 tl ,gy Y J 0 Gn- Y 4 .,?- f 5' 4. 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I B: :Et Y I - 1 - A The spring semester of a college stu- dent's last year of school typically emerges as a time of looking to the fu- ture, making plans, and forming hopes for the days ahead. In tune with this feeling, members of the WRAIN cho- ruses and selected individuals from the student body attempted to transform their dreams into song as they presented "High Hopes," the annual spring con- cert. The concert emerged with the musical eiforts of the students and the help of the lighting and stage crews, who added the necessary technical elements of the production, as an entertaining success for all who attended the performance. - skk 1-: f f' "5" ': j' 'X' -4 'W' " " zffgji i lf..::. 1 :las -'-1-.Q-.,a,.f,. . ,gm .mei 63- 'Q-12217 ,fmf,:1,,:,,-3 , , e-.gi , -A :5:2'f3":i?7f: -at ff ' . ' ., ,.,,.f , ,Q .,4:::r3 f gg:-,'133i::j fi 11 'H , ' f 5 1 1 "' -55321. 51- - , B+. I X . ,' 53272, ,,. , . , -Q3 3 78 5 Q 79 STUDENTS SING OF HIGH HOPES In May, the typical WRAIN student was beginning to show the wear-and-tear of a long semester. Spring and gradua- tion fever was affecting the juniors' and seniors, performances respectively, and the days became long and endless. For- tunately, the WRAIN Picnic on 21 May was the prescribed shot of epinephrine which provided a day of camaraderie, food and sports events under the hot sun at Forest Glen. Maudie Flemister and Randy Caltrid- er, SGA social chairmen, planned the day's activities with meticulous care, they didn't want anyone to be thirsty or hungry! Meanwhile, the day's activities started at 1300 when the junior football team, quarterbacked by Art Wallace Cwith plays diagrammed on index cards! J, threw two touchdown passes to Denise Stroud and ran for another to lead the small and scrappy Junior Rogues to a 21-7 victory over the larger but slower Senior Meanies. It was a hard game which resulted in a prognosis of bruises and sore bodies, and juniors rib- bing seniors for a week. The starving masses were catered to by a barrage of grilled hamburgers, pota- to salad, carrots and baked beans which disappeared quickly once the aroma of grilled beef whifted through the air. With their appetites satiated, the crowd observed the Faculty softball team, mys- teriously lilled with recently recruited non-faculty types, come from behind in the 7th inning to topple the Students 6-5. A protest was immediately lodged by the students but was lost in transit. The picnic was described as a great escape from the pressures of a heavy study weekend, it was also the last chance for both classes and faculty to have an enjoyable time as a group in an informal setting. 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Charles, Socxal Chalrman P ' " akley, Class President Manlyn McConeghy, Class Vice-President Laune Sleight, Class Treasurer Kathryn Abrahamron California State University Los Angeles Small group group process OClubs the Pit and Richard are Kathys memories of WRAIN With interests in tennis dancing suntanrung and hops via MAC she plans to pursueaM S in Pediatric Nursing Baby the WRAIN must fall but good luck Class of 78' Mary Ellen Altlten Georgetown University Washington DC Some of Mary s many interests include bikeriding sewing and the theater Her WRAIN memories are times when things were always done at the last minute long distance phone calls and talking forever with good friends Mary is looking forward to a future of hard work and play Cathy Lu Alberts Ohio Stare Unzverszty Columbus Among Cathy s interests are photography stamed glass and short Wave radio Her memories of WRAIN range from taking her first BP to observing open heart surgery Cathy plans to find a nice nine to five doctor s otiice job Steven D Allen Colorado State University Ft Collins A member of Karate Club and the USO show cast Steve enjoys flying skiing and beer He has fond memories of a weekend in New England the pit crew and getting his expert field medical badge His future goal IS to gain 300 lbs and to be the first male Chief of the ANC Beverhf Anderson Knot pzcturedl Portland Slate University Oregon With interests in iiowers plants hiking and camping Beverly will always remember her search for a one-to-one and meeting the man who eventually became her husband. She aspires to grow with the profession of nursing, Joell E Archibald Brigham Young University di Weber State College Utah Sewing cooking hiking. skiing tennis and horseback riding are among Joell s interests. Future endeavors will begin with her first assignment at Madigan. She plans on going into O.R. nursing and having lots of ids! Diana M Bailey University of Michigan Ann Arbor Dee has been an active participant in the large chorus while at WRAIN. Her interests include tennis and skiing. ,ya - Q 5 Egg 9 t 1 S 0 xv Kathryn Abrahamson Cathy Alberts Joell Archibald F '? Mary Aitken Steven Allen Diana Bailey fill' l 49" - If 'Q . ,,V' ' . .512 is I ---, I- . , so 1 .y-ggi , :, 3 V rt- ' .5 an , ,pg ,W '1 1 f gs t " " ,l I - aa. ,jf . - Y A Us '- t , .. . V ,.,.'e,,:af '- 1 ' s 'T ,Sr FQ., l I Robin Bailey Beth Battista Michael Boucher f ,aku 'uf Yi 8, Michelle Barrett Kathryn Bolz Nancy Brana Robm Barley University ofFlor1da Gameswlle A member of the USO show cast The Rob s hobbies are skiing and studying Her memorles of WRAIN include The Don and her gang IPR1ng at the O Club Toasted Almonds and sharing The Pal Mzchelle Elzzabeth Barrett Arlzona State Umvemty Tempe An active member of small chorus Michelle s hobbies are tennis and horseback jumping With future goals to receive a M S in ICU nursing and a B A m anlmal agriculture and to raise and tram horses she will always remember the closeness among the class members that will last through out our life due to many shared experiences Beth M Battuta UHIVEVSIU7 of Maryland College Park Known as Ostentaclous to her friends Beth will always remember calling Dr F for a date driving out to Quantico and racing a corvette down 14th St at 4 O0 am With mterests in learning how to cook and sew she plans to get married to her Marine and to become a southem belle Kalhryn Bolz Unlverszty of Washzngzon Seattle Kathy enjoys water and snow skiing embroidery and sleeping Remxniscmg WRAIN has meant early mommg wake ups comforting someone who s troubled and realizing just how much she wanted to be a nurse Her future entails marriage and obtaining a M S possibly xn cardiac care Her advice to the juniors Hang in there baby' Michael J Boucher Unlverszty of New Hampshire Durham A member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses OCF and the USO show stage crew Mikes interests are campmg huntmg lishmg and books Cespeclally bible studlesl I have fought the good light I have finished the course I have kept the faith in the future there IS laid up for me the crown of righteousness whlch the Lord the Righteous Judge will award to me on that day and not only to me but also to all who have lox ed His appearing Timothy 4 7 8 Nancy Brana Mount Sami Mary College Newburg Aew York During her 2 years at WRAIN Nancy has participated in the Karate Club ... , . 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' "7 , . .. - , . , . , Nu ,Z Randall Rzchard Caltrtder Marshall Umverszty Huntzngton West Vzrgznza Star gazmg on the sun roof with frtends pxt partles Betty B the O Club studying for Concepts with Bev and a crush on Helen are Randy s favonte mernorxes of WRAIN A member of the USO Show cast 1977 Pledge staff Socxal Comrnlttee and treasurer of SGA he plans to pursue a M S ln Pedlatrtc Nurse Practtttonmg HIS mterests tnclude stamp collectmg photography and gultar Laurie Jo Capalbo Umverszty of Utah Salt Lake Czty A member of small and large chorus and the Umverstty of Maryland Evaluatlon Committee Laurre s Interests are mustc backpackmg and Fromm Her memones of WRAIN lnclude 20 page btbs and Mrs Rankm on the buzz box at 2200 saymg Is your guest parked tn the C1rcle7 She plans to pursue OB or ER nurstng at Carohna tn the pmes Lozs Ann Carman University of Tennessee Knoxvtlle Lots spends free time sewmg joggtng readmg and dolng needlepolnt She can remember her first one to one bus rxdes to NORC the 5 30 alarm clock and group projects Then there was commuting from West Polnt for classes and askmg Joan when s the next rest area? Plans for Lots lnclude getting marned rn the summer of 77 and specxaltzmg m OR nursing Sherry Rebecca Chapman James Madison Untverszty Ihrgmza Sherry IS a member of Sigma Theta Tau Letsure tlme gtves her an opportumty to read novels Asprratxons for the future mvolve obtammg a M S tn Psychlatrrc nursmg Susanna Lzvzngston Charles Unzverstty of Tennessee Knoxville Sue our Senior class soclal charrman w1ll always remember evaluattons The Club sleepmg through a date Florlda foreign sports cars the ptt and Team 4 partles She IS mterested rn troplcal ftsh needlepoxnt and btcyclmg She plans to obtam a M S a P H D make general hve long and enjoy herself Deborah Ida Sue Chester South Dakota State Unzverszty Brookzngs Whlle at WRAIN Debbxe was involved with the handxcapped swtmrnmg program and the USO Show She enjoys playmg guxtar Her memorxes rnclude dI'1VlI1g to West Pomt on weekends runnmg around Walter Reed to keep lit hoppmg to H3Wa11 gomg to the beach and comlng back wlth sunpolsonlng She ts plannmg for a June llth weddmg wmv' W4 E .2-" .ffv 'gat Xen E Randall Caltrtder Lols Carman Susanna Charles 'S 1 '-5. 3 Laurie Capalbo Sherry Chapman Deborah Chester '-:-1231 s.t.1QI:f:f ,ZW -Q -,:,5:,:::5'x3s:3r sh i3?3:r:1:A:- hx, Lf X f , Ay 'gjfdggf' ml -1-vwrev Q as an 335 2. ' Q ll f t Helen Chico Susanne Conley Kathleen Connor Susan Cowden Sheree Cully Hedi Dabkowska Helen M Chzco East Carolina University North Carolina Helens mterests are readmg travelmg swlmmmg and partymg Her memones of WRAIN mclude plcmcs popcorn and trtps to OSU new car mama smgmg wlth Mark Sc Sal Florlda dlscusslons ln Rm 55 small groups Friday s at the Club and the USO Show Susanne M Conley University of Maryland Baltzmore Whxle at WRAIN Sue was mvolved wlth the handlcapped Swlmmlng program She enjoys all sports sewing plants and bemg a Navy vufe Team 4 of jumor year IS what Sue remembers from WRAIN Her future plans are to be the best nurse I can' Kathleen M Connor College of.S't Catherine St Paul Kathy contrxbuted her t1me and talent to the USO Show and small chorus whlle at WRAIN She remembers guessing about the food ln the mess hall Mrs Rankm s all calls mldmght trlps to IHOP after evemng cllmcal sharmg problems with her bathroom buddy and MASH ln the pn Susan Cowden Ohio State Unzverszly Columbus Susan was an actlve member of the large chorus whtle at WRAIN She enjoys muslc travelmg and readmg Remembering WRAIN Susan says It s been great but I m ready to move on Her goal IS to be a great nurse Sheree Lee Cully Unzverszty of Toledo Ohio An actxve partxcxpant rn large and small chorus and the USO Show, Sheree lS mterested 1n smglng and needlework She w1lI always remember her suxtemate, a rockmg chair and Pooh bear, weekends 1n Cmcmnatr, halr frostxng parttes. a specxal Marme, and chorus concerts Future plans mclude travelmg and bemg the best nurse she can possibly SpECl3llZll"lg 1n oncology Hedl Dabkowska Adelphi University, Garden Czty New Jersey A member of large chorus, Hedfs mterests mclude tenms, dancmg, and readmg She wlll always remember the three muskateers at the Navy Yard, many all mghters and too much coffee, frlends to share happmess and the tears ASO and the 'WRAIN Syndrome and a hop to Europe ,t-1 g,:v.g 5:4 4,1 M, pjrirv' 'vr' up 'f - :1f'9f,,.o ff-"2 5 ,-2:11-v':f':: 1 nv: , 1' , N A2"'f w ,?,1gft,.f4eet - , 41,2 aff. f - , ,Q . 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Deborah Gall Dench Wllanova University Pennsylvanza Debble has been actwe m small chorus the USO Show and has been elected as class hlstonan Interests mclude Slflglflg piano travehng and polltlcs WRAIN holds memorles of team 4 the evaluation tool care plans the 3 D s plus and good frxends She plans to continue developmg her vocal talent and possibly becommg a surglcal nurse Leigh Ann Deubler Unzverszty of Colorado Boulder Wlth mterests ln campmg hrklng backpacklng cookmg and eatmg Lelgh Ann has partlclpated in small chorus the USO Show SGA and OCF while at WRAIN Those lntermmable group meetlngs baltmg oatmeal coolues softball games goofing around wlth Deb and Kolberg and chmbmg my tree comprxse some of her WRAIN memorxes Debra Jean Dzvelbzss University oflowa Iowa Czzy Small chorus SGA and the USO Show were Deb s extracumcular actxvmes Outslde mterests 1nclude camping needlework and music Deb remembers fun times w1th Lelgh Ann and Kolberg softball games and bemg a patient at Walter Wonderful She plans to speclahze ln OB or PEDS nursing Janet Eagan Southern Illmozs Unzverszty Carbondale Katrznka Eckhardt Unzverslty of Washlngton Seattle Katrmka s future goal lS to learn how to tly She enjoys anything outdoors dark men and forexgn languages Keep your face to the sunshme and you cannot see Kathleen C Fagan Montana Slate Umverszty Bozeman Kate s mterests are sknng sewlng and partylng Wxth memorles of Happy Hours M Lot Whistles West Pomt and a lack of a checkbook balance she plans to work IH the OR and to become a sk1 bum 1 nm We ":l.' 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Mary Firsching Joan Fraser Carol Sands Gambril Amy Fisher Comelia Frey Elizabeth Gnatiuk Marv Hrschzrzg Georgetown UHIV6'fSlIy Washington DC Arnv Hslzer New Mexico Slate Unzverszty Las Cruces Durmg her '7 years at WRAIN Amy has been active ln the large chorus the Umt Fund Councll and the USO Show Some of her lnterests are tennls muslc hlkmg hxstory and sewmg In the future Amy plans to spec1al1ze ln OR nurslng Joan Kclv Fraser 42720110 Stale Umversny Tempe Joan has been a member ofthe SGA Soclal Commlttee and the Race Relatlons Councxl Runmng tennls horseback rldmg and West Pomt are among her pleasures She remembers hung at West Pomt and commutmg to school every meek saylng LOIS someday we ll have to gtve this up When wxll we get our work done? Her thanks to Mom and Dad for love and support Future plans are for the Army of course Cornelia J Frey University of San Franczsco A member of large chorus and the USO Show cast Corme IS mterested 1n motorcycle ndmg and drawmg Wtth memorles of tindmg confidence ln herself and her work she expresses thanks to Sy ndl John and herself It IS the weak who are cruel Gentleness can only be expected from the strong Leo Rosten Carol Dianna Sands Gambrlll Unzverszty of Maryland Baltimore A member of Slgma Theta Tau and Phl Kappa Phx Carol IS mterested rn meetmg people plants crochet travel and macrame Wrth future goals to enjoy hte with M N G and to keep ln touch wlth dear frxends Carol will never forget famlly grogs and popcorn wedding plans and care plans rrratxonal ratxonal Wtsconsln and parlung tlckets E11 abelh Gnotzult -tltron Unnerszlj 01110 Lxzard was buslly xnvolxed by belnz the yearbook s photography editor and arrangmg the orrentatlon for the-tumor class Dxverse mterests and hobbles mclude rugmaltmg crochetmg afghans the Hlppo music and photography She remembers ALOT" about WRAIN learning to be .xggressne bagels and care plans Future plans mwolxe GH N chmclan work travehng ex eryv, here and a famtlv ot' her oxsn , - f s ' ,J .-., , . . 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K K Rachel Beth Goeres Palparaiso University Indiana Rach has been a member of WRAIN s large chorus and the USO Show cast Her interest in music involves singing playing the guitar and dulcimer She remembers surprise birthday parties the pit crew concerts and beautiful friends In planning for the future she wants to go to speclalty school camp across the U S and live in Europe Ehzabeth D Gowey Seattle Pacwc College Washington A member of Sigma Theta Tau Lizzy s interests include skung ffree stylej jogging through Rock Creek Park hang gliding and sewing With memories of skiing in Vermont with Lo and Nlter oral presentation buying the dirty books to read at IHOP Kahlua and Trmky Kay and Shaw Susie dancing and sisters she plans to be the best tarantula squasher at Ft Huachuca to pursue Community nursing and to go into business and sell handicrafts Nancy Hazle Ohio Slate University Columbus Nancy our senior SGA vice president was also involved in small chorus Christian Fellowship Group OCF and both convocation and awards committee Her musical talent was reflected in her performances in concerts and the USO Show combo as a flutist With future goals to grow closer to and getting to know the Lord Jesus better she will always remember Europe her beautiful friends and trying to keep my head together in the midst of behavioral objectives care plans pressure and insufficient sleep Jill Henry Illinois Wesleyan University Being on the Jr. and Sr. social committee and involvement with the USO Show kept Jill busy while at WRAIN. Her interest lies in traveling, Adjusting long distance phone calls crawling through the Aspen gate hopping to Hawaii with one leg cast and 2 Steves and having cry sessions with her ' suite-y' P.S. are some of Jill s memories. As a man thinketh in his heart so is he. - James Allen Susan M Hilliard University of Cz'ne1'nnali. Ohio Deborah Home Pacyic Lutheran Universitv Tacoma Debbie is a member of Phi Kappa Phi and Sigma Theta Tau. She enjoys swimming skiing tennis and her car. She recalls such things as . . . beep . . , beep , . . beep . . . There is an unauthorized male in the dorm." huge phone bills and many plane trips home. She plans to get married and to obtain a M.S. S Qs,-asxmbgxx I . , I M z . ,.4-. ' ,t., ' E' 1 ' "v. ,X .fl t Earl' ri: J 3 --'r' a"i Q , i - s . in, A , -:,.355.i:.' or iie e t- .ia ,sk , Rachel Goeres Elizabeth GOWCY Nancy Hazle Jill Henry Susan Hilliard DCb0fah H0016 'NUM' ,tm 1 Deborah Houck Vivian Jenkins Nancy Jordan fix ,f ' -. 1 Beth Jacobs Donna Jones Nancy Keller Deborah Hourly Western Carolina Unntrszlj Cullowlzcc Bcllz A Jucobr Illtnols Wcslevan University Bloomington With interests in dance travel horseback riding and DJing Beth was our Jr year Social co chairman She remembers the Irish Jewish and Puerto Rican Connection and has also learned the 3 S s scopin scartin and scrutty Wvtan Tyree Jenkins Unlvcrsztv 0fMGfVlUl1d College Parl-. Vivian will remember her lst day at WRAIN the one to one experience and hating A USO Show cast member her interests are modern dancing and music Touring Europe and Africa and a M S in Human Sexuality Counseling are ahead for Vivian Donna Teresa Jones Georgetown Unzvtrsztv Waslunglon D C Donna our Jr class president is a member of Sigma Theta Tau and Phi Kappa Phi Active in the WRAMC volleyball intramurals she enjoys tennis camplng water skiing and ceramics Nancy Elizabeth Jordan Old Domznzon Unzversztv Aodolk The USO Show and Karate Club comprised lxancy s her interests are sports sunnina on the beach needlework and making friends WRAIN has meant for Nancy a lot of good memories a lot of friends and a deiinite feeling ofbrotherhood Alter graduation she will be married and plans to make the absolute best of the future Kathlvn Karltau Brenner Knot pictured! Spare time finds Kathy enjoying poetry and breeding cats Her memories include CPT Hateful s party MAJ B s Team 4 party and getting married but still waiting for the honeymoon Her plans for the future include having the honevmoon and living happily ex er after Jeannette Baflogzo Aarnojsltv lll0l plctzutdl Culgfornla Stole UllIlLFSlfV San .lost With interests in cooking needlepoint bike ridlne and readino Jeannette will remember that all her W RAIN instructors have been excellent and helpful She plans to work al WRAMC and specialize in an area of nursing Nancy Lvnn Atller College of Sl Btned1Cl!S1 Jolm s LllIlt.I'Slll 'lllnntsola Nancy s activities included Karate Student Nurses Association and the USO Shou She emoxs backpacking, p tvs ballet md tolls smein Rememberino WRAIN The little enffme that could never had to climb hills like this one' Nlancx plans to stay in nursing and see the world , J ' lv? A" ll ' 71 7 . . . . . . . . tr v 1- U 1 v ' I. is i 1 -" I ' 1 ' 7 - Q 5 A 'Q '- , . 7 Y, v .4 ' ' . S 1 . ' -S . . - y ls . , ' Y . Q . I 7, ' extracurricular activities while at WRAIN. Among Y.. .-1 4 A - ' ' ' ,U . I' W.,..'1 ' 9 ' 5 M . Q . . I, - . 1. A ' ' s '- V V, 4. A v ' Y ' , . ' ' ' . 1 i " 51 ' ' 2 'rp " I 1 1 , ' qv l 1' l 1. Y L ' X M i T V . . . A : M ' i Sc I 4 I " V . 's L- 1 s ' s ' " - ,v ns ' 5 fy- A ' I , l f ' ' ' " -U. la, . . a . ' ' .:' J 'g. l " , '. , . Q. x T " ' ' . . l ' Y Susan Kellev Umverszty of Illznozs Champazgn Sue has been a co ehalmnan for large chorus a member of the vearbook stall' and belongs to Slgma Theta Tau Lelsure tlme wtll find her sewmg readmg and wrttmg I have many good memortes of WRAIN prtmarxly due to the great people I have come to know admlre and love here She asplres to be the best nurse posstble and gtve her p3IlCI1lIS more than she recelves from them Barr C Key Umvcrszly of Wisconsin Eau Clazre Wxth memorles of Mom Doobie Huney famxly dtnners traveling wlth the ktds Loose and MAK Bart s hobbies are eampmg h1kmg and partymg wtth frlends Homesteadmg tn Brmsh Columbla IS Barr s future plan Elzzabtlh J N Kzlzdsclzz VUQIZIHISO Unlverszly Indiana A member of large chorus the undergraduate currlculum commlttee and the USO Show crew LIZ enjoys rnuste sewing and bemg a wtfe W1th future plans to become a gertatnc nurse practltloner and teach nursing someday she wxll always remember junxor year wtth P havmg a husband who can quell the tears and rage and hearmg that s next semester s content Llfe IS full of shadows but the sunshme makes them all Sue Iilesclzznslsv Pemzsvlvanza Stare Umverslly A member of the Karate Club the D C Student Nurses ASSOCIHIIOH and the USO Show cast Sue IS Interested m travelmg tenms and the ptano She remembers WRAIN as the most work and stress she has ex er been put through W1th plans to have a good tlme seemg Caltforma and the west coast she hopes to further her nursm g educauon and eareer tn the future Robin L Kloke Umvefszly of Wzsconsm Madzson Swlmmmg sewtng and wrmng letters to her fiancee Bruce are among Robin s favorlte pursults Im olx ed m OCF the USO Show and Jr Orlentatlon Committee as us co chalrman she feels that her 7 years at WRAIN have been filled wtth good ttmes and good frlends Marriage, passmg state boards and going to Germany are future plans for Robm Donna Marie Koballa Unzverstly of North Carolma Chapel H111 The Don enjoys spendmg tlme water sknng partyxng and playmg tennts Her memorles of WRAIN mclude teachmg The Rob new tucks Cllmblng out of windows and X mas carohng on 14th St Some future plans tnclude being a beach bum growing up and gomg to grad school l-...N " Susan Kelley Ehzabeth K1HdSChl Robln Kloke Bari Key Sue Kleschinsky Donna Koballa 1 '59 'AP 'it 'new A Patrice Koch John Kreashko Susan Lebel ,!"5 0 ,l '- 41:-Dix L 0 Deborah Kolberg Mary Anne Krsnak Johanna Lins Patrice Diane Koch Monlana Stale Unzverslly Bozeman A member of large chorus and the USO Show cast Trece enjoystenms sewmg and pamtmg Marrymg Douglas W Greenfield on July 16 1977 and becommg a pedlatnc nurse are ahead for Trece Her special words of advxce for her frlends classmates and lnstructors Life 15 not measured by lts length but by ns depth Deborah Anne Kolberg Northern Illlnols University Dekalb Kolberg wlll always remember Roy Rogers McDonalds Dunkin Doughnuts contlnuums of lce and popcorn doorchmblng and generallzed hyperactivity to exhaustlon A member of small chorus and the USO Show cast her future goals are to SPCCIHIIZC ln Intenswe Care nursmg and to make the ANC a career John Michael Kreashlto Indiana University of Pennsylvania Sports camp1ng hunung iishmg and bemg a Boy Scoutmaster are among John s speclal interests H1s WRAIN memorles 1nclude commg m to Delano for commander s calls or class meetmgs when he dxdn t want to the Jr year banquet class PICDICS and the Jr Sr football game He plans to become a professional hunter and fisherman to contmue hxs mvolvement with the Boy Scouts to make a career of the SCTVICC and to have a bunch of Lids Mary 4nne Krsnalt Unlverslly of San Francisco Never have I grown so much w1th so many spontaneous crazy ttmes gl'1I1I1lI1gSO much ll hurt To chensh and remember so much love IS a speclal blesslng that wlll carry through manv memorles MAK plans to take every day hve and share xt wlth special people and be content Susan E Lebel Pennsylvania State Unnerszly State College Wlth Interests ln slumg golfing swlmmlng semng and water sknng Sue summarlzes her memones of WRAIN wmth this question If you only go around once ln life why dld I have to spend some Ofll herel Johanna Mana Lms Duquesne Unzversny Pzllsburgh Mahanna was a member ofthe USO Show cast and the tollowmg committees Junior Orxentatlon Convocation and Commlssxonmg Wlth fond memorles of small groups tears joxs eternal fr1endsh1ps Europe and thanks to VAN she plans to have a great marnage and to spectahze Maternal!Ch1ld Health Some men see thxn gs as they are and say Why'7 Idream ofthmgs that nexer were and say Whv not'7 RFK 1 H ,, . , . . . '. 1 1 - 1 1 1 . H . . . - -v 1 5 tn 11 - ,. 1 1: ,' 1 ' - 1 1 1 H ' - 11 - 1 a 1 1 1 , Y . . Q - 1 1 1 - 1 s 1 1 ' at -1 ,' tt A 1 1 1 - . . . ,, n -1 - ' - 1 . .Y . . . . '.. D. . J. 1 1 1 1 1 . , , L A ' , . . . , ,, , . at 1, , - 1 ' ' 1 ., t, 1 . 1 1 . 4 1 ' , 1 1 A ,,- 1 . . -1 v 1 , - - Julie Ann Lorenz Loretto Heights College, Denver "Though the days pass slowly, the years pass quickly. Thanks to those who helped me grow and expenence hfe Thanks also to my kind eyed friend to whom I will always be grateful Kay L Loss Umverszty of WQSCOHSIII Eau Claire A member of the Karate Club Kay enjoys camping meeting new people and bemg with fnends Among Kay s memories of WRAIN are hopping on weekends to Florrda VlgllS to Wrsconsm Amaretto and lce cream and Arthur Murray In the future Kay plans to live non stressfully Lozs J Manmng South Dakota State University Brooknzgs Of all of her experiences at WRAIN Lols feels her attempts at community navlgatlon are the most memorable Everythmg that IS done in the world is done by hope Martin Luther C1483 15465 Wanda M Marean University oflowa Our class secretary for both Jr and Sr years Wanda enjoys sports talking plants and her husband Steve Her favorite memories of WRAIN are Glffords and Baskm Robblns breaks staying up until 1 O0 am and the familiar beep beep beep may I have sounds of a commander s call Cindy L Mattzngly Valparazso Umverszty Indzana Cmdys speclal memories of her experiences as a nurslng student include the trauma of learning IPR observing her first delivery her efforts at team leading and the joys and agomes of the community project She enjoys camping canoeing and being with her family Paul and Sarah Future goals are to build on her experience and to choose a held of nurslng ln which she can achieve practitioner speclallzatlon Mary Jo McBride Arzzona State Unzverszty Tempe A member ofthe USO Show cast MJ enjoys sknng and partying Parties in the pit weekend m New England nights ln Georgetown and the Party Hardy Gang are memories she will take to Louisiana where she plans to pursue alligator wrestling fix 6 2 !,,,,M- 1 N- 1 of NNN YK JR 2, f- ISSQQY ., . . 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W- .fag s,,'- " IIN GSW u Richard McKnight Mary Ellen Neely Mary Oakley Marilyn E McConegl1v Iowa Stale Unzversztv Ames Remembering going to BXLR for ice cream w1th Deb Janet and Chet and feeding the squirrels on post Marilyn enjoys horses sewing and stitchery photography and being outdoors At WRAIN she was a member of OCF large chorus the USO Show cast and held the positions of Sr vear class nee president and Jr year class treasurer Richard S McKnight UIIIVZFSIIV oflllznozs Champalgn Slephanze Miller University of Wzsconsrn MHdlS0lZ Stephanie enjoys bicycling and sewing No love friendshtp can cros the path of our destiny without leaving some mark Francois Mauriae lVIarv Ellen lVeelv Madonna Collegt Lzucnla Michigan Ellie enjoys cooking sewing baseball and small plane Hytng with her husband She has found the WRAIN instructors to be mce and helpful both in family and to get her M S tn Geriatric nursing CIZTISIIIZG Marte Vleder Cedar Crest College Pennsvlvazua Chris has been involved in large chorus the USO Show and the Karate Club She enjovs camping hikmg canoeing and scuba divine Blossom describes her memories of WRAIN lflary Oakley University of Ifzrgtnra Charlottesville Mary our Sr class president was actne in the Karate Club and the USO Show She enjoys music poetry writing and working with teenage church groups These have surelv not been carefree xears bu through the opportunities presented I have become secure in my knowledge of self This is .1 good feeling it makes the good times better and takes aw ay the sting of the bad . . . . . . N - no X . , , , clinical and on a personal basis. She plans to begin a N ' ' . ' J ' t ' ' .. " N , r- 'W X . Ronald B Ostmann Umverslty of Mlssottrr Columbia A member ot Sxgma Theta Tau Ron also parttclpated 1n Karate Club where he served as prestdent during hls Sr year and the USO Show Known as p g farmer to hts frxends he enjoys bemg w1th his wlfe playmg tenms joggxng and wetght lxftxng He has two speclal memorles meetmg hls wife and earnmg the Expert Fxeld Medical Badge m the sprmg of 76 Goxng to anesthesla school lb ahead for Ron Bertha A Otto Untverszzlv of Portland Oregon Sewmg backpacklng hxkmg and refurnnshmg old fumlture are Bertha s favorite pasttlmes She has had the experlence of havtng a baby the week of Thanksglvmg break and then going back to school to flntsh the fall and sprmg semesters of her senior year She plans to be reumted with her husband tn Callfornla tn October We wlll never pass this way again Seals and Croft Pamela Patzn Unzverszry of Texas Arlzngton swxmmmg Pam was a member of the Orlentatxon Week commlttee Her future goals are to cont1nue her educauon 1n courses of Interest to her such as auto mechamcs Charles Perkzns Unzverszty of Tulsa Oklahoma Interested ln datmg dancmg and bowling Chuck held the posxttons ol' SGA Presldent and Jr class v1ce prestdent A M S IH Crttlcal Care Nursmg and a career m the ANC are ahead for Chuck Beverly K Perry Loma Lznda Umverszty Loma Lmda Calqnorma Student Rep for the Board of Undergraduate Academtc Progressxon and AdmlSSlOH Stage manager!D1rector of the USO Show and member of the semor class Soctal Commtttee Bev enjoys tap danclng dramatlcs and the vtolxn With future goals concernmg mndwlfery a transltlon and marrxage she feels that WRAIN has truly been a unxque expenence whlch Wlll always remam tn the corners of my mtnd Constance Marta Pzttman Dulce Unzverszty North Carolma Conmes tnterests he tn campmg needlework and tennrs Her future plan IS to hve wtth her husband , , . 1 v ' ' . ' y . " i . - . . l . r . , il Y ' . . y . , . . .S . . ,Y , , ' Su I ' With interests in sewing, needlework, typing, and , , , - 1 ' 1 B 1 , . ' . , , Q - V ... ,, 3. M v,m.5.Ax,. -. -J: .V .3-. - t - yi, -I 1 ' '13, ' fa: I V vu! , " I6 4.91 4 1 ' 4 C X .f - '..- ,rf .-W., Q 1, t A . S af 'Hu "' NN I ' ' W' 1:Q A s.,,:a-ga:-:AMA , at Q .yy .'5Ij"V1'-' V .gan .-an X 4 Ronald Ostmann Pamela Patin Beverly Perry Bertha Otto Charles Perkins Constance Pittman fps its lig' 'l .5 ,Y W X , 5 Jean Pompe Janet Ravenscroft Sharon Rinkliff t . . , - ' K " , Ka. w W , fin?-' 1-. ff' ' .iff . ff" Q- ' 9 Cynthia Puckett Susan Reinert Deborah Ross Jean Pompe Umverszly oflowa Iowa Czty A member of large chorus and the USO Show cast Jean enjoys sewing needlework and being outdoors Her future goals are to continue her education in Pediatric or Community Health Nursing Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true LJ Cardinal Suenens Cynthia A Puckett Troy State Untverslty Alabama A member of Phi Kappa Phi Stgma Theta Tau and the USO Show cast Cindy s mterests are corvettes jogging roller skating guinea pigs and doberman pmschers As a big bad Team 4 survivor she feels that WRAIN has been a challenging experience Her future goals are to become Mrs Dan Kaehler and to specialize in OB GYN Janet Lee Ravenscrqh' Texas Tech Unzverslly Lubbock A member of Phi Kappa Phi Janets mterests are water sknng plants and ammals Way over yonder that s where I m bound I know when I get there the first thing I ll see IS the sun Shlfllilg golden shining right down on me Then trouble s gonna lose me worry leave me behind And I ll stand up proudly in true peace of mind Carole King Susan Reiner! Mount Marty College Yanltton South Dakota A member of OCF small chorus Undergraduate Curriculum Committee and the USO Show cast Sue needlepomt and church A M S in Med Surg teaching and having a family are her future plans My God IS first my friends are second I am third Gale Sayers Slzaron A Rznltlyf Ohzo Stale Unzverszty An active member of large and small chorus and the USO Show combo Sharon s mterests are piano and reading She summarizes her memories of WRAIN as Its been fun while it lasted gang but God knows I m ready to move on watch out Markl' If anyone should ask me to give a reason why I loved my friend there could only be only one answer Because he was he and I was I Montaigne Deborah Ruth Ross Mississippi Unzverszly Columbus Debbie was involved in OCF large and small chorus the USO Show and is also a member of Ph1 Kappa Ph1 and Sigma Theta Tau Her mterests are plants sewing and needlework With memories of the mess hall lireslde chats all calls the 3 ds Marilyn M and commissioning she plans to utilize mutuality elliclency appropriateness and elfectn eness to beneht the U S Army' , , , - , 0 ' F ' . , . ' sb ' ' 11 . .y , , ' a , u h L - , , 1 v . - ,, I , QQ ' r ' f y , I, a . , enjoys singing, softball, sewing, knitting crocheting, G . . ' ' ' - H . . ' . ' " 1 , v - E , u Q - ' , - Z , , 7 . " v 3 I1 ' . Qi ,il I I I ' U ' - Y l '- i V n I cf A I' . 3 fx , V .4 y ,H 5 1 in Y , Syntlzia Dann Rujfatto Montana State University. Bozeman A member of large chorus and the USO Show cast. Syndi enjoys piano traveling and skiing. Parties on 'our porch embarrassing pictures and a little help from my friends ' are memories she will carry as she pursues work with the mentally retarded. The happiest moments of my life have been in the flow of affection among friends. - Thomas Jefferson Margaret Claire R yniker Boston College. Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts Working with handicapped children and both a cast member and publicity chairperson for the USO Show Margie loves animals and kids and enjoys skiing. With memories of Team 4 torture care plans drives to Ft. Belvoir along Rock Creek and WRAIN dances and picnics, she plans to be married on June ll 1977 to Lt. Zimmerman and to travel to Europe. Anita J Schmidt Universitj ofloma. Iowa City Niter ' was active in large chorus the USO Show yearbook staff and Jr. Orientation. She enjoys the outdoors crocheting meeting people and trying new things. Monday a.m. wake-up staying up to help J.L. type a paper and the many neat people are some of her memories of WRAIN. She plans to do her best . . . even if it is at Ft. Polk! ' Leona T Seegtl University of Oklahoma, Norman A member ofsmall chorus USO Show Phi Kappa Phi and Sigma Theta Tau. Lee s fondest memories of WRAIN include basement windows spying on Lizzy reading dirty books at IHOP striped boxer shorts and living with Kathy for 2 years. To pursue CCU Nursing and to be the skinniest Chief ofthe ANC are her future goals, Susan C Simpliciano CalU'ornia State University. San Francisco Small chorus accompanist co-editor of Pledge 77 a member of the USO Show cast Sigma Theta Tau and Phi Kappa Phi Sue enjoys music piano. sewing needlework reading and tennis. For her WRAIN brings to mind hard work. special friends and instructors. and many other fun. sad and happy times -the happiest of which was meeting GJ. at the Club. Future plans arc to specialize in an area of nursing to obtain an M.S.. and to enjoy life. Its happiness to know that from yourself you cannot hide. And that here s where I am and it s God that s by my side. Laura J, Sleigh! University of Washington. Seattle A member of the USO Show cast. Sigma Theta Tau and Sr. class treasurer Laurie SL8 enjoys skiing tennis and all sports, and German. Good times with so many friends and skiing in Vermont are memories she will carry as she pursues her goals to be a nurse and teacher and to continue her education in Neuro. ......., 9, aim., 'A V. i.f"f"'. ,us ' "isa, Synthia Ruifatto Anita Schmidt Susan Simpliciano Margaret Ryniker Leona Seegel Laura Sleight W t v was X alfa at ' A fs +G' 0' X T' 4 . Y , , t' 't at .Y rf- it . V .gk Q xy .t XM Q x 1- Q, X X 3 1 KE' 0, , -Qt Q i ' I N V s 1 2 - X O 5 Q I v s 1 1 2 , X ft " I ' S A member of Phi Kappa Phi and Sigma Theta Tau, 4 .gif V "Weil- tt 1 1 , it g, 1 f N , , "' Q X JUN, Y J A " f ' X -. . wma, r X 'S 2 Y I v s Q , v i , es l 6 . tr . -, , v t , 1 s U . . , ew' fix .. , x , .1 1 f i Q t sv 1 1 tt H Q s 5 . 5 li- . f,' if I 7' 1 A5 ff as - 'Xp T' fi Paula Smith Dorothy Solick Lotty Stout 0 x Mary Snyder Penny Spence Marilyn Strange pi Paula J Smzllz Skidmore College Saratoga Springs P S spends her free time jogging beachcombmg and partying Her memories are of Team 4 and BSG X mas mice bar hopping after clinical and special frtends Whoever has a heart full of love always has something to give Pope John XXVI Mary Elizabeth Sn ,tder Vanderbllt Unnerszzy Nashulle Marys memones of WRAIN are the buzzer door handlcapped swimming wards 40-41 and team leading groupness objectives two frogs running in the rain the P1t diet group the USO Show dancing for the MP s hopping to Europe the MASH Party 50 s Dance hard work goodtimes and fnends Dorothy J Sollclt Umversztv of Puget Sound Tacoma Dot is interested m backpacking ice skating reading and refinishing old furniture Fond memories are of picnics fluting softball games chorus concerts and watching soap operas with the pit gang at noon She hopes to go 1nto Army Health Nursing The greatest kindness we can offer each other is the truth Penrzv Kaye Spence Olzzo State UHIVEFSIIV Columbus I ve met have made ll all worthwhile despite all the tears frustrations and Oh I wish I was back at OSU' P enjoys bike ndmg and sevnng and was a member ot' large chorus and the USO Show crew She aspires to be a good nurse and eventually plans to get a M S possible 1n Oncology Nurse Clinician work Lotty Elizabeth Sloul Umversztv of Washington Seattle Handicrafts sewing and reading are Lotty s interests She will begin nursing at WRAMC and plans on ln mg tn Washington state after 3 years Marilyn P Strange S! Louis Unlversltv Missouri Interested in golf Merlin was a member of large chorus and the USO Show cast Her WRAIN memories include pit parties leaxing pumpkins on doorsteps IIIA small group trick or treating remdeermg at X mas and IIIB group study sessions for tests You never really leave a place vou loxe part oflt you take with vou leaving a part ofxou behind ts sl 9 I ' ' ' ' . ' ' I9 r A I Y .I I . I . Y . . . 7 I U 7 lu 5 I ly "I have mixed emotions about WRAIN - the people , , , v 1 'I i - 1 w , H Y " I v tt i , , V ' ,SL Judith L. Strouse Ohio State University Columbus Co-chairman for large chorus a member of small chorus and the USO Show Judy is interested in needlework and writing. The past two years at WRAIN have been her lifes most meaningful and memorable experience. She hopes to familiarize herself with the Indian culture while she is at Ft. Huachuca so that she may some day work on a reservation. Kristin A. Swanson University of lwsconsin Eau Claire Active in large and small chorus and the USO Show Kris enjoys the guitar polka dances and letter Writing. Arnaretto and ice cream Great Falls and family dinners are memories she will take with her to Ft. Polk where she plans to party and to become a pediatric nurse clinician. Love when you can cry when you have to . . . Be who you must that's part of the plan. - Dan Fogelberg Donna L. Talbott University of Missouri' Columbia D.T. has been involved with the Karate Club the SGA social committee and the USO Show. She enjoys drawing horseback riding and playing tennis. She plans to go back to Japan and buy all the things she forgot to buy on her first trip there. Dream what you dare to dream go where you want to go be what you want to be. . . Live. -Jonathon Livingston Seagull Susan Lee Tart University of Washington Seattle Deirdre Cooleen Tateishi Mallory College Rockville Center New York Active in large chorus Deirdre enjoys music and beachcombing. Her memories include the wild and wonderful USO Show late night discussion sessions with the gang ski trips with the dynamic duo and the spider dance queen and parties with Betty B. Future plans involve possibly working as a Pediatric or Maternal-Child Nurse Practitioner. Virginia M Tell Incarnate Word College San Antonio Ginger is a member of Phi Kappa Phi and Sigma Theta Tau. She enjoys Indian cooking the occult tennis and sight-seeing. She plans to practice nursing among people of diferent cultures and to further her nursing education or explore the lield f bio-engineering. 1 v 1 1 1 s , u wa 1 y an 1 ss s 1 at u : 1 is n 1 va ,- , v y s 1 , at as 1 1 ii. x X-J. Judith Strouse Donna Talbott Deirdre Tateishi 'WX XX xx, .'. -1 5-Q., sz-If f. .15 ' . , O Kristin Swanson Susan Tart Virginia Tett 1'-'::'Z571:,. ' 'WF' :- 'rl ."'7""Y7'f"'fAf7'f"f M' , V' w . 'i',2f,:ff5f1:u?7'l"?'f "V : 1.r',?,?i'i'!l V mf' Y H" wait: if tw, 1 L 1 4 ,naw ve! M ,fm 4 , We ,. 4, as V ,ift.-,vi 'lil 'N 'vjff ef, fx We I r U 1. 'N ,W '-u.gQWv"'4v 'wa- Q J 'st . lx Laura Thomas Christine Whipple Colleen Winans -ff I xx an Martha Underwood Lillian Whited Sue Wirtz Laura Chrtktine Thomas Untvc rvtty of Northern Colorado Greelev A member of the USO Show cast Laura is interested in horseback riding sewtng crafts and sknng BR parties early mornin all calls looking for one to ones donatmg dollars Community care plans Thursday night the Party Hardy Gang and flights to Florlda are memories she will take to Oklahoma where she hopes to become champion buffalo rlder and gopher roper Work is love made vtsible Kahlil Glbran Martha Ann Talley Underwood Baylor Umverstty Waco Texas Marthas hobbies are needlepomt and sewing T everything there ts a season and a time to every purpose under heaven Solomon Chrzstme Jo Bahnsen Wlztpplt Untverstty oflowa Iowa Ctty At WRAIN Chris was mvolved with large chorus and the USO Show Her hobbtes tnclude tennts percussion and music She remembers crowding into a single room with another girl because the closet dimensions met Army requtrements for space She plans to specialize in OB Nursing Lzlltan Adele Wlztzed Baylor Untverszty Texas Active 1n small chorus and the prayer breakfast Dellie enjoys being outdoors readtng and singing She will remember her sultemate dtd we really soap the founta1n'7 the USO Show chorus concerts prayers and special friends Future plans are for varied expertences 1nclud1ngPed1atr1c Nursmg travel and marriage If only I may grow firmer simpler quieter warmer Dag Hammarskjold Jan Mlson Smtth Knot ptcturedj Baylor Untverszty Texas B B s tnterests include sknng sewing and jeepmg She remembers hurry up and wait the 0530 revetlle meeting the Surgeon General and Mortar Forkers She plans to live 1n Vemlont raise two kids and continue with nursing Better than the golds of ktngs are memories of happy things Colleen Marte Winans Gustavus ftdohhus College Mnznesota Involved in small chorus the committee for academlc progression and a member of Ph1 Kappa Phi and Sigma Theta Tau Colleen enjoys stngmg hopptng and joy reading She fondly remembers Amaretto and tce cream family dinners Olney and Great Falls bv moonlight Sue C PWM Untverstty of Wisconsin 'Madison Co editor of Pledge 77 and a member of large chorus and Stgma Theta Tau Sue enjoys bicycling picnics with brats and beer and sewing WRAIN has held some of the most trving and most rewardmg experiences of her life those two years seemed like a lifetime' There will always be fond memories of the beautiful people from WRAIN Future goals' walk away from my 3 years at Ft Stewart ntllzout a southern accent' Pam Palmer Wallace Knot ptcturedj Duke University Durham North Carolina Pam s interests include crew skiing and sewing To have a family OB nursing and to keep tn tough with all of her WRAIN frtends are her future goals Nex er worry only show the right amount of concern Mr Wallace . IA . . I , . . ,. , , , , . . U , , V O . - - Y v , 2 , - .. .. - 3 sf n - I '-' In ' , . . eq , - V - .. O . 1' . . . I . , ' s , M ,,, . . . , . , . . . . H . , - H , -, 1 , - , . H U . . . , - . ,, . , . .. ,.,- - -A A n- - ., . , U . , , ' as vs , . . . U . . , ,, . , , , v V , t. f ,. t 1 - . 7 I Z . . ,. . N . . l - tt . ., 7 . ' . Y . .. . , . . . , , C, . , . . - .. , . g V - Sheri Lynn Zuhlsdorjf Marycrest College Iowa A member ofthe USO Show cast and Jr. Orientation ' Zulsie enjoys sewing handicrafts antiques and dramatic arts. Meeting Deb the beach and sunburn Alaska and C-130 Inauguration 50 s Dance - Bugle Boy ' Airplane Crash - are memorable moments she will take with her to Ft. Ord. She hopes to become an independent practitioner and become a wife and mother. SENIORS NOT PICTURED Beverbf Anderson Peggy Pezerburs Kathbm Karkau Brenner Jan Wilson Smith Jeannette Karnofrky Kristin T owley Naomi Kirkwood Pamela Palmer Wallace Susan Knoebel Gladys Weinhold ,, 3?- 5 LW l 1 1 -1' Nancy Galvin have sn. 1 Zl1l11Sd01'f Kathy Fleghman Laurie McNabb Kristine Kissling Rosemarie Markgraf Ma-FY J0 P38310 Karen Scheil I XWAKZI 51: V 'fa '- -V ,,?,,,mw ,. ,.1,, ,U :YY ' I 1, H ,., 'ff ' 59,55 -i in ':, :"'14'-f Q Ii' -,v.,,2' A.. Q ,,, Lv . 1 . ' I.'In if ' 't' f ' gf, ' 'ar ' , . Hfyi' ,',' , an :',q 4:-5. Q. 'ZA .. 8.529-xg-fc '11 Zz 2 mi , Q., . -2 ,J x- va , SL -AC. Y- : - , VLJ ,s A. ,I air E,.swx,Q.nc:.1l-'yt 1 fi N K V' rl 3 .Q-,135 ' -' Q:- Sf G XV ix .x . y SS M . ,s.. 102 fu-gg. 'W 'N 67' 'Q gi . , sf! 5 ai' ,gall 'lifqiiwx ,n I f ins A Q ks ff' :H With the beginning of each semester of the senior year inpatient clinical experience, a special learning session takes place in the form of a skills fair. This fair is set up to familiarize students with some of the skills they will be practicing in the academic term ahead and throughout their nursing careers. It is directed by faculty members who demonstrate and describe such techniques as chest physiothera- py, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, naso-gastric tube insertion, and venipuncture. During the skills fair, students are given the opportuni- ty to try out these new procedures in a non-stressful environment before having to use them in the hospital setting. :""lL-21-if A I' ,I ' ' - fl Ag, J J fi A K ' - -4 Q, I ' 1 4 '95 iii' A. -vAxsl? Y I-' 'e 'y' . is ' sf? 4 I 5 ln fa ' E - 1 Ai - ll - A i Ax 3 ffzf ,.,,,,v """""'1""""""""f , A- .,. QV,-L 4, I aw.: . 1 5511 'AD f VL5,-" f c' . Mfgzgq .vii gi 4:p,..2,,if4-ff-'gjiwi ., -.me 4 ' .4 I' f ..4, 1- , yg,-I H E. 1, 3 ,X - i it - ,,- - A e ,V .. ff- : eg ,Q W . .5 :5 WMF' , ,V . ., A Q , an ' ll f - t , ' A f l 2- ' V . ' AE 'fr ll l g 4 y- A' H ' A : ' 1! 'V ' Ii. A ? A ' A 'Vx A ie!!-l 'A 1' Q5 is A ' A X75 i il 4 - , ' Muni:- i f ,',,,.-.,, V 1,17 3, za, 3 qu Q .fe-ffw1'i"J: Lj'i?f3f:,Z1ii3g1 . N 'QQ mr 5 l z I- 127242 4 -A 'A Q- 1 . J li 1: fs: 'W' - v lf' :sw 8' ' as ,. -,,,, -.g ' I ,. A A ,.. '--A "A"'H" " -' H A f- .. uns- task," "" U 5, 1 3 qv-.. f , ,,. 2, ' 'ip-, fr' ' -f. ' 'Jf'f"fQ -' " i " ZJz'22i'z-gf 51' , U., 9' 1-mlm fi:-.mzn--2,-:fi'ifi"152'-'U H .. . .n ,,,,, .,.M,2.'?e.f5.Q-1g:' f , ' f: .Ag 1 Q ", Q , ...eg ' ' Env" ,gf - Qi-A , f Yi , Y th,-type? 5 1 51... , . -v4 fe' """ "W "" 2 i . ,v , , dr. - r... A . V. ., As is every semester at WRAIN, the III A semester is a unique type of experience for the students who are involved with it. It is the academic term when students begin to apply the nursing skills and rationale they have acquired to the acute care setting. Also, during III A, seniors begin to establish the foundation for the manage- ment positions they will hold after graduation, through team leading and other management exercises. The III A semester is a fast-paced and dynamic one for many seniors. It encom- passes a wide variety of nursing care experiences and is a time for self as well as professional growth. Highlights of the semester include working in intensive care units, accompanying patients to the OR, conducting patient care conferences, and caring for premature infants in the neonatal nursery at Walter Reed. 104 Wgizsipvaaf f . M. I 53. gg, . X f i 40 1 I V 7 3.04 I w fl fries cv. J ,Ig ft Students iind themselves learning from a multitude of sources - from their clini- cal instructors, other hospital personnel, their fellow students, their patients, and even machines. With this information and their own clinical knowledge and practice to guide them, seniors are equipped to pro- vide comprehensive care to their patients. Such III A leaming experiences are espe- cially meaningful to seniors since they become part of the background from which these students will draw after graduation and throughout their profes- sional nursing careers. - skk rl-,WJ ,M 8ZS3 Nw-..x N ,PJ r NZ vs. Communxty IS focused on the aspects of nursmg care that are espe cxally relevant outslde of the hospltal settlng and mcludes chn1cal work with people m their own homes Other learmng areas which are empha slzed durlng the semester are the use of an mterdlsclphnary approach to patlent care the development and lrnplementatxon of screenmg programs m the Community and the use of teach1ng projects to mcrease consumer awareness about baslc health care For students communlty health work offers a number of speclal hmghllghts During the semester there IS the opportunity to drscover iirsthand about the mtrlcacles of the llttle black bag they must carry on home vlslts There IS also the tune to practtce wntlng SOAP notes as well as leammg the line polnts of makmg a post partum v1s1t to a new mother Above all there IS the beloved commumty project and the log to attend to after agency hours are over In splte of these aspects com munlty health nursmg allows students to function mdependently ln the patient s home envxronment and teaches them to seek out resources available to lmprove patient care ---N..-..,,,. 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Pranks . Look to this day! For this is IW, the very lyfe of lU'e. In its brief course lie all the varieties And realities of your existence. The bliss of growth. The glory of action. The splendor of beauty - For yesterday is but a dream, And tomorrow only a vision: But today well lived Makes every yesterday a dream of happiness And every tomorrow a vision of hope. Look well, therefore, to this day! - Author Unknown . . Unity. . Joy. . Pride PHI KAPPA PHI Senior Scholastic Honorary Society Left to Right, Front Row.' A. Fisher, A. Whited, H. Dabkowska, C. Winans, D. Ross, D. Kolberg, S. Reinert, L. Seegel. Row Two: M, Ryniker, D. Houck, A. Schmidt, C. Neider, C. Puckett, L. Carman, K Loss, D. Divelbiss, S. Simpliciano, J. Strouse, S. Cowden. Row Three: D. Chester, D. Home, M. Neely L. McNabb, C. Gambrill, N. Hazle, C. Perkins, D. Deitch, D. Tateishi, N. Jordan, V. Tett, M. Krsnak, K Kissling. Back Row: S. Kleschinsky, K. Towley, D. Jones, B. Perry, M. McBride, J. Fraser. ir:-me .. ff ' A .. ' C- 441 Af ie:2f1f2-- ess. Aff' A -5 e- :tif-fi--F-ff'--"-H--'L' 1 H fi: i I , WHO S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Nancy Hazle Laura Sleight Mary Oakley Judith Strouse Charles Perkins SIGMA THETA TAU National Nursing Honorary Society Left to Right, Front Row: S. Chapman. C Pittman, M. Barrett, L. Sleight, J. Lins, A Fisher, A. Whited, H. Dabkowska, C. Winans D. Ross, D. Kolberg, S. Reinert, L. Seegel, L Gowey, M. Snyder, P. Spence, K. Brenner, M Oakley. Row Two: L. Capalbo, S. Kelley, P Smith, S. Knoebel, D. Bailey, M. Ryniker A Schmidt, C. Nieder, C. Puckett, L. Carman, K Loss, D. Divelbiss, S. Simpliciano, J. Strouse S. Cowden, S. Ruffatto, M. McConeghy, J Pompe. Row Three: S. Wirtz, J. Henry, D Chester, B. Jacobs, L, McNabb, C. Gambrill N. Hazle. C. Perkins, D. Deitch, D. Tateishi N. Jordan, V. Tett, M. Krsnak, H. Chico, L Manning, K. Connor. Back Row: C. Mattingly J. Lorenz, L. Deubler, S. Kleschinsky, D Home, D, Jones, R. 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V A 1 ' ' ' ' E NVQ ' " x 'mf'-, -KNEE Q4 :Q ff 5 - " :fag Aj ,. -4 ' ' , ' '-7 . 2 'Q -nf PRESENTATION OF A WARDS Chorus Award ........ Sharon Rinklw' Faculty Award ........ Laura Sleight Army School of Nursing Alumni Association Award ......... Ronald Ostmann District V Maryland Nurses' Association Award . . University of Maryland Debra Divelbiss Alumni Association Award ......... Debra Di velbiss Wrgin ia Tett X . T if 'Nr X iv 'gm 4 9 A N r 2 X A X fo '- e X GRAD UA T I ON JUNE 3, 1977 . 52' - A T1 . ' 3 , 1 '-" ww ,,-,ci ,, 'lld 1' V ,. ' 'A A- HI, 'T' 'gg , in V X- , '5'7f4a. x 31,4 '24 MQ? '55 ,fifaq EMI, ,.,, - 54" H 'fin 3 ' " " wafxflf- ' 1' ' ', 4, I 4 1X x X . we ur x 1 fr. N X- ', ' X VN If "',-X X A' X 1 rv-: ..,1 vw, 9 if A , -fa I-,, I ' 31 A -1 Au- -ns- ,.,-' If ' ,-u. 1 W3 A, .fr g 3' M u f ,I I 1' - A -19551 ' , 4 1. - X- 741: f.. . X1 .Q 'ix b- 3? if sf 4-QU Q A, A f-11: 1 , X- - . 7192- F ,, .jg I 'X A X"'Ecip wp 1. ,,,N ' -V it r f' 'S j f", - " YY 1 x 3 X ' fw ss! "' 1 ""-.im 'r af--f' 'U 'A' W W fyw i X4 3 iff , Q 'ig-jj3'.w7.fWcf' ' " 'ff2"7',Y'2'zy. ' - ' v l s l 'v .4 L Silver Medallion - Beverly Perry Bronze Medallion - Judith Strouse i Q I 1 W ii i -'rf I 1 fa fm V sf-4 A A .,., 4 7 , A I if 4 Z J I , " rzsziijffi' IQ K. LF? i,i'4 fr eff! fx ' , K 1 r -4 , ' T Q ABRAHAJLISON Kathrvn 411 E Ave 41 Los Angeles, CA 90031 LAMC AITKEN Marv 18 Thompson Ave. Hingham, Mass. 02043 LAAIC ALBER TS Cathy 7865 Allison .4 ve Dayton, Ohio 45415 Ft. Knox ALLEN Steven 209 E. 25th St. Harp. Kansas 67601 WBAMC ANDERSON Beverly WRAMC ARCHIBALD, Joell 12630 Viers Mill Rd. Apt. 1609 Rockville. MD 20853 MAMC BAILEY Diana 6020 Belton Garden City. M1 48135 BAMC BAILEY Robin 114 Troy Circle Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. 32548 Ft, Carson BARRETT Michelle 9997 Walnut Grove Ave. Riverside, CA 92503 Ft. Huachuca BA TTISTA, Beth 7002 Long Grove Seabrook, TX 77586 Ft. Benning BOLZ, Kathryn 22005 76th W Edmonds, WA 98020 BAMC BOUCHER. Michael Spring Canyon PO Box Y Buena Vista. CO 81211 Ft. Leonard Wood BRANA, Nancy 50 Pivision A ve Apt. 5E Brooklyn, NY 11211 LAM C BRENNER. Kathlyn Ft. Leonard Wood CAL TRIDER, Randall Rt. 2 Robin Hood Rd. Belleville, W VA 26133 BAMC CAPALBO. Laurie PO Box 7 78 Price, Utah 84501 Ft. Bragg CARMAN Lois 5203 Faraday Ct. Fairfax, VA 22030 Ft. Hood CHAPMAN Sherry Apt. 519 12630 Viers Mill Rd. Rockville, MD 20853 CHARLES Susanna 7505 Cadillac Dr, Huntsville. AL 35802 WRAMC SENIOR DIRECTOR Y CHESTER. Deborah Box 144 RR2 Parker, SD. 5 7053 FI. Bragg CHICO. Helen 3216 N Main St. Hope lllills, NC 28348' Ft. Jackson CONLEY Susanne 404 Cocklin St. Mechanicsburg. R4 17055 Ft. Dix CONNOR, Kathleen 1135 Juliet Ave. St. Paul. MN 55105 Ft. Hood COWDEN Susan 520 Haymond Dr. Galion. Olzio 44833 Ft. Ord C ULL Y Sheree 4516 Naomi Dt: Toledo, Ohio 43623 Ft. Bragg DABKOWSKA, Hedwig 189 Oak St. Floral Park, NY 11001 West Point DEI TCH, Deborah Oak Ridge Rd -W8 Gettvsburg, PA 17325 Ft. Meade DEUBLER, Leigh 502 Nile St. Aurora. CO 80010 Ft. Polk D1 VELBISS Debra 445 Lombardi Rd. Le Mars, Iowa 52803 Fl. Steward ECKHARDT Katrinka Rt. 4 Box 464 Poulsbo, Wash. 98370 West Point FA GAN Kathleen 335 S RU'e Dillon. Montana 59725 Ft. Carson FIRSCHING lllary 8703 Side Saddle Rd. Springfield, VA 22152 Ft. Bragg FISHER. Amy Box 1078 Farmington, New Mexz'co 87401 FL Leonard Wood FLESHMAN Kathy 2325 Coach ti Surrey Lane Aurora. Ill. 60506 Ft. Meade FRASER, Joan 455 Hillside Ave, Klamath Falls, Oregon 97601 Ft. Carson FRE Y Cornelia 2240 Pasadena Ave. Long Beach, C4 90806 LAMC GALPJN Nancy 651 SICVUIIX Banstow. CA 92311 LAMC GN4 T1 UK. Elieabeth 32991 Charmwood Oval Solon. Ohio Ft, Carson GOERES Rachel 121 Rainbow Ave. Ft. Benning, GA 31905 Ft. Ord GOWEY Elizabeth 17869 Ballinger Way NE Seattle, W4 98155 Ft. Huachuea HAZLE. Nancy 3399 CR. 128 Lindsey, Ohio 43442 West Point HENR K Jill R.R.3 Bloomington. Ill. 61701 BAMC HILLIARD, Susan 337 Taggart NEI Massillon, Ohio 44646 Ft. Knox HOME Deborah 7212 Interlaken Dr: S W Tacoma, WA 98499 MAMC HOUCK Deborah 6695 Red Bank Rd. Germanfon, NC 27019 Ft. Benning JACOBS Beth 911 Midway Rd. Northbrook, Ill. 60062 BAMC JENKINS Vivian 158 Chesapeake St. S W WASH D.C 20032 Ft. Jackson JONES Donna 6 7 Oakland A ve. Port Washington, NY 11050 Ft. Dix JORDAN Nancy 4700 Five Forks Ct. Wrginia Beach. VA 23455 Ft. Eustis KARNOFSKK Jeannette 9039 Sligo Creek Parkway Silver Spring MD 20901 WRAM C KELLER. Nancy 720 Kurtis Dt: Elm Grove, WI 53122 BAMC KELLEY Susan 1824 Ashland Ave. Rockford, Ill. 61103 Ft. Knox KEY Bari R.R.1 Roberts, W1 54023 MAMC KINDSCHL Elizabeth 5558 Valley Ridge Rd. Middleton, WI 53562 Ft. Knox KIRKWOOD, Naomi PO Box 5125 Ft. Hood, Tx 76544 Ft. Sill 441606 KISSLING, Kristine 1712 E Idaho St. Pauh MN 55106 BAMC KLESCHINSKY Susan 65 Cross St. Andover, Mass. 01810 Ft. Ord KLOKE, Robin 2930 Santa Barbara Dr. Brookfield, W1 53005 BAMC lEuropel KNOEBEL, Susan Apt. 311 River Ridge Apts. Columbia, SC 29210 Ft. Jackson KOBALLA, Donna Rt. 6 Box 515 Fayetteville, NC 28301 BAMC KOCH Patrice 2416 Howard Ave. Billings, Moizt. 59102 I EAMC K OLBER G, Deborah 34 75-A McCormick Dn Ft. Sheridan. Illf 60037 BAMC - KREASHKO. John Ft. Carson . K KRSNAK, Mary 2035 California SL . , Oceanside, CA 92054 ,- Ft. Sill ' LEBEL, Susan , 249 Bayonet St. , New London, Conn.l06320 Ft. Sill LINS Johanna 5723-Sunbury Dn Alexandria. VA 22303 Ft. Belvoir LORENZ Julie Quarters 8-A Senior Ojfice rls Row Chanute AFB, RantouL Ill 61866 V Ft. Stewart . LOSS Kay R.R.1 N Weyauwega, WI 54983 Ft. Sill MANNING, Lois 403 West 2nd St. Milleh SD. 57362 Ft. Belvoir MAREAN Wanda 711 E 17th St. Atlantic, IA 50022 Ft. Carson MARKGRAFI Rosemarie R.R.2 Black Creek, WI 54106 LAMC MA TTINGL Y Cindy 12 716 Hallaway Dr. Silver Spring. MD 20906 WRAM C McBR1DE Mary Jo 3417-B Venus Circle Rome, NY 13440 Ft. Polk McCONEGHX Marilyn R.R.3 Adel, Iowa 50003 Ft. Polk McKNlGHT Richard Ft. Stewart MCNABB, Laurie 35718 11th Ave S W Federal Way. Wash. 98003 Ft. Leonard Wood MILLER, Stephanie N92 W16909 Forest Dr. ,Menomonee Falls, W1 53051 DDEAMC NEELYI Mary Ellen 12305 Braxfield Ct. 414 Rockville, MD 20852 Ft. Jackson NEWCOMB. Janet 26 Ivan PL Alexandria. VA 22306 Ft. Belvoir NEIDER, Christine 1039 Buxton Rd. Bridgewater. NJ 08807 Ft. Dix OAKLEY Mary RFD -172 Axton, VA 24054 Ft. Eustis OST MANN Ronald 298W Larkin St. Monterey, CA 93940 Ft. Ord OT T 0. Bertha 939 White D11 Santa Clara. CA 95051 LAMC PAGANO, Mary Jo 7602 Wllanova Rd. College Pk, MD 20740 Ft. Leonard Wood PA TIN Pamela 9231 Roanoke Dr. El Paso, TX 79924 Ft. Benning PERKINS. Charles 4685 N Cheyenne Tulsa, Okla. 74126 Ft. Stewart PER R K Beverlv Ft. Bragg PETERBURS Peggy 7783 Tyler St. NE Minneapolis, ,MN 55432 WBAMC PITTMAAY Constance Rt. 3 Box 270-B Sumter, SC 29150 Ft. Jackson POMPE, Jean R.R. Box 153 Whittenzore, Iowa 505 98 Ft. Stewart PUCKET11 Cynthia 867 Hawkins A ve. Orange Park. FL 32073 Ft. Benning RA VENSCROFT Janet 1037 Lomita Dn El Paso, TX 79907 West Point REINERT Susan R.R. 3 Cherokee. Iowa 51012 Ft. Sill RINKLIFF Sharon FL Lee ROSS. Deborah Box 206 Iuka, Kansas 67066 Ft. Sill A RUFFA TT O. Synthia 8 Beaver Cr. Blvd. Havre, MT 59501 Ft. Polk R YAUKER. Margaret 1856 Troy Ave. Brooklyn. NY 11234 F t, Belvoir SANDS Carol - 7981 New Riggs Rd. -74201 Adewhil MD 20783 WRAMC SCHEIL. Karen Ft. Benning SCHMIDT Anita R.R.3 Earlville. Ill 60518 Ft. Polk SEEGEL, Leona 5501 Karen Dr Oklahoma City. Okla. 73135 Ft. Httaehuca SIMPLICIANO. Susan 869 Gull Ava. Foster City, C4 94404 Ft. Hood SLEIGHT Laura 7565 46th A ve. S W Seattle. Waslz, 98136 Ft. Leonard Wood SMITH. Jan 3424 McCord R. North Little Rock, Ark. 72116 Ft. Hood SJWITH. Paula 106 Owasco Dr. Port Jejerson, NY 11777 Ft. Polk SN Y DER, Mary 306 23rd St. N W Massillon, Ohio 44646 Ft. Jackson SOLICK. Dorothy Fl. Jaekson SPENCE, Penny 200 Granger Rd. -2i'56 Medina, Ohio 44256 Ft. Sill STOUYY Lotty 720 Beach Ave. Marysville. Waslz. 98270 WRAMC STRANGE. llflarilyn Box 523 Lawrenceville, IIL 62439 BAM C STROUSE Judith 3320 Kenmore Ave. Dayton, Ohio 45420 Ft. Huaehuca S WANSON Kristin 175 S Chestnut St. Ellsworth, W1 54011 Ft. Polk TALBOTF Donna 1308 S. Kentucky Sedelia. Missouri 65301 Ft. Leonard Wood 117 1I4R11 Stixon 427 Hex! Snle Dr. 3301 GLllllIt'l'XI7l1lfLf, .UD 20760 ll1.4.l'lC 1Q11'E1.5'1l1. Ileiiulrt' di Richard 45 Llovd Ave. Lyizlirook. .YY 11563 TETTQ Hrarnio 1843 .Sjwrzna Hurst Dr. San Antonio, 11' 78249 Ft. Luc' Tl1O.11,-451 Laura 440 E C,l1LFVUlIU.1Il. 13lvd. C-26 Colorado .Sywring.s. CO 80906 Fl. Sill TO H 'l. L' if lx'ristin 6135 64th Ave I5 Riverdale. MD 20840 Ft. Huachuea UNDER WOOD. Martha Ft. Knox WALLACE. Pamela 9763 Good Luck Rd. Seabrook. .MD 20801 WRAMC WEINHOLD. Gladys R.R.1 Frohna. llfltssourz 63748 WR A M C WHIPPLE. Christine 941 15th Ave. South Clinton, Iowa 52732 WRAMC WHITED. Lillian 6720 St. Marvs Pl. Oklahoma City. Okla. 73132 Ft. Sill WIN-1fVS. C0lll'L'l1 Rl. 2 lsanti, MN 55040 Ft. Polk WIR TZ. Sue 1308 Minnesota Ave. N Fond do Lac. W1 54935 WBAMC ZUHLSDORF Sheri 658 E. 29111 St. Davenport. Iowa 52803 Ft. Ord SPONSORS Dr. di Mrs. Rex Allen Mr. 62 Mrs. Mack Barden Mr. 6: Mrs. George Battista Mr. cf: Mrs. R.E Bolz MAJ Reuben B. Bowie Mr. di Mrs. Gerald Burns SGT MAJ :Q Mrs. Whlliam J Carman Mr di Mrs. James Chester Mr. di Mrs. Earl T Cowden Mr. di Mrs. James Enjinger MAJ Donna M Ewing Mr. CQ Mrs. HG. Fleshman Mn di Mrs. Bonyfacio Flores BRIG GEN 62 Mrs. Harvey R. Fraser, USA., Ret'a' Mr. 62 Mrs. Frank J Friedhojf Mr. di Mrs. Alan Glenn Eileen L. Fox Loyde A. Henry Mr. di Mrs. James F Holliday George Johnson Mr. :Q Mrs. John Jones Mr. di: Mrs. Wm. Kleschinsky Chaplain - LT COL cf: Mrs. Oliver Kolberg COL Joseph E Lebel Mr. di Mrs. Harold M Van Leeuwen Mn ci: Mrs. George L. Loss Mr. 6? Mrs. Raymond E. Mast Mr. cf: Mrs. George McConeghy MAJ Sue P Minahan COL di Mrs. C W Page Mrs. Lillian K Parsons Jack R. Perry CPT JoAnn Rollings Mr. di Mrs. Chester Ross Mr. dk Mrs. Joseph A. Schlachta Mr. di Mrs. Ira A. Schmidt LTC Norma R. Small Mr. cf: Mrs. F Brooke Smith Mr. Robert Smity dir Family Louis B. Strange Mr. dc Mrs. J Wm. Strouse Mr. di Mrs. KA. Snyder Mr. dk Mrs. Stanley J Tett Mr. cQ Mrs. Chas. M Thompson Arthur C Wallace MAJ di Mrs. Lawrence Washington Mr: cQ Mrs. Clyde Weible M11 di Mrs. William Wesley COL A.F I'Wlson, USA., Ret'd Mr. 62 Mrs. Eugene Wirtz Mn di Mrs. William Woodruff Chaplain Ai Mrs. R. VY Goeres PA TR ONS Mr. di Mrs. Vito Addotta Mr. di Mrs. John C Antrim Mr. di Mrs. Charles Astrike Mr. di Mrs. William H Baugher Jean T Bradley LT COL KRet2 62 Mrs. JR. Burnett Owen Caltrider Mr. cf: Mrs. Frank B. Capalbo SM SGT di Mrs. Arthur L. Dennis, USAF fRet.j Druid C Deitch Mr. cQ Mrs. Robert Falor Mr. ci Mrs. Jack C Glover COL di Mrs. Raul A. Garibay Mr. di Mrs. Richard Hazle Mr. di Mrs. George W Hilliard MAJ Doris M James Mft Kc Mrs. James C Kelley T COL di Mrs. Edward Lorenz CPT 62 Mrs. Wlliam A. Lensing Rosemary Mahalovich CPT Elizabeth A. Martin Lorna M McCollum Bernard R. Mejia COL cf: Mrs. Howard H Oakley Emma J Pasley Kzjfose Ravenscroh Kathleen E Ryniker COL di Mrs. Clmon Sands Mr. di Mrs. SM Simpliciano Donald Sine Mrs. Agnes Solick Mr. di Mrs. Wm. A. Spence Mr. di Mrs. Wm. R. Warren Mr. di Mrs. Can Wright, Sr. CONTRIBUTIONS' Mr. di Mrs. Ted Mouras - Y'-V' "VFW - - -' - r- . .- --M ---- , -..-vw... .- . - . v Q .- ,...'-155-C'I:2ff3-T1-"2-F-'-ir-151i.s:f:1s1-'.rZ.r'-"--.-. - ' -' '- '. '-1-fi. .' 1 -- ' .- -' 'Qt--r-.f:f---sw'vr9f-.-I- 'fg3.:-I-521-Swaev-. 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