Villa Maria College - Yearbook (Erie, PA)

 - Class of 1978

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Digitized by tiie Internet Arcliive in 2012 witii funding from LYRASIS IVIembers and Sloan Foundation http: archive.org details sailaway1978vill SAIL AWAY 1978 VILLA MARIA COLLEGE ERIE, PA. A woman sits in an airline terminal for hours feasting her eyes on those with destinations. What a satisfaction to have a destination in life! What a horror to drift aimlessly through life! Woman from a seed, put underground — under the shadow of man. She has struggled to press herself out of the darkness and shadows of men and she developed height and esteem. She is equal in height and esteem to man, and now, increasingly, her true beauty and real character is being revealed. We dedicate this book to the destination of woman from Villa. The destination we see woman sail into with individual sights and powerful will. Babs Voorhees didn ' t mind having her picture taken . . . Sue Trott wasn ' t as anxious . But Mary Ellen Valimont . . . Well . . . What can we say? Could it be that Joan Starliper, Marianne Martin and Sharon Whistler have " dorm fever? " i ' m-- % ? -| Could you show us the way to Villa Maria College? ' All by myself Carol Thomas daydreaming about " free-spiritin ' . . . " " Free-spirit " daydreaming about Carol Thomas. " If she mentions his name one more time I ' ll . . . " Linda Thorr may be here in body but not in mind. mm:. ; " Walkin ' in a Winter Wonderland . " Let me entertain you Cheryl McLaughlin — " I can ' t believe I ate the whole thingi " Lynn Egger — " So what if I ' m going off my diet . . . I ' ll start tomorrowl " Janet Skiba — " Oooo — that looks goodl ' Sue Lambert — " It ' s almost lunchtime. " Kathleen Blose — " But I didn ' t order thisi " ' Baby — it ' s cold outside! ' ' I finally found it. " Kathy Stover contennplates Spring while another storm is on the way. 10 " I can ' t believe Spring is here. Winter can be beautiful. " Oh end this day Show me the ocean When shall I see the sea May this day set me in motion I ought to be on my way. " James Taylor 11 Kori takes time to pose for this picture while Linda, Micheie and Anne are happy for a break. Hardheaded Herman ' s Horrendously Humourous Haunted Hideaway. 12 ' Oh when the scopes go marchin ' in . . . " ' Why did I get up so early? ' Cindy Gilliam — " Hey, where did that amoeba go? " 13 " Karen Byerly — You ' re supposed to be looking at the card catalogue! " " Would somebody PLEASE buy nne? " Education means to develop and cultivate the mind to seek systematic knowledge. Anonymous " For in spite of his lonely past Jonathan Seagull was born to be an instructor, and his own way of demonstrating love was to give something of the truth that he had seen to a gull who asked only a chance to see truth for himself. " Jonathan Livingston Seagull 15 " To believe . . . is to cling to impossible dreams and strive till you make them come true . . . ... to never give in, no matter the cost, in your search for the good and the true. " Dean Walley 16 Maureen ' s idea of a library. " But Chris, you just got herel " IP i IONS Amy Swanson Strayer, a fine way to spend your honeymoon. 17 Batter upl i I i i r- Delores gets ready to pitch another. " Look at that ball gol " 18 ' Flyball! " ' " Looking at the smile on w Delores ' face, could it be that A we ' re winning? " 17 0 19 wondered why somebody didn ' t do something, Then I realized that I am somebody. " volunteerinc ' Gee, how I wanna go home! " " Cheryl, you be the lookout while I try to find my file. " 20 I " But they told us to come as we are! " " Talent in the making. ' 21 " T G I F . . . Not another Monday didn ' t know they accepted Siamese twins herel " 22 Cindy Reno enjoys a quiet moment by herself. Even teachers-to-be study. " Smile, Patti, it can ' t be a! that badi ' Cathy Connolly contemplates candy apples during Yearbook Project Week. " I wish I would have taken shorthand in high school instead of basket weaving. " 23 " Do the soft-shoe shuffle for SAGA food. " Come on, open up, we ' re hungryl " McDonald ' s or class? ' " Karen, isn ' t that your third time for seconds? " " I wonder what ' s for supper? " 25 " Who ' s that person behind those Foster Grants? " Angela with " Winter blahs " . " To be beautiful and to be calm is the ideal of nature. " Richard Jefferies 26 " ,t»» Sure signs of Spring. 27 " Hey, which way did she go? " " Lynn and Laurie in action. " 28 " No Patti, it ' s basketball not a relay race! " The agony of defeat. 29 " Are you sure you wouldn ' t rather just talk it over? " 30 Cheryl O ' Connor ready for action. Laure Abbot . . . the old soft shoe. ' Now Donna, don ' t cryl " Sharon Whistler in action. 31 " think women today are happier, more achieving, more informed and more independent. I also thin ( more women believe that work is necessary to their survival. " Charlotte Curtis FACULTY AND ADMIIVISTRATIOIV 33 Sister Mary Mark Academic Dean Joann Pai nter Student Services and Development Sister M. Lawreace President Sister Mary Yvo Coordinator of Auxiliary Services. 34 1. Sister Jean Baptiste Finance and Planning 2. Dorothy J. Novello Dean of the Erie Institute for Nursing 3. Sandra Mead Director of Career Center 4. Sister Joan Thomas Registrar 5. Sister Mary Carmel Career Center 35 ! 1. Sister Carol Home Economics Dietetics 2. Sister Consuela Director of Theology Philosophy 3. Ruth Hahn Director of Sociology 4. Dr. Consuela Sague Director of Foreign Language Program 36 1. Christopher Pantzis Social Work 2. James Hanigan Theology Philosophy 3. Marie Maritone Music 37 1. Sister Eunice — Director of Alumnae Relations 2. Sister Jane Matheis Assistant Director of Admissions 3. Sister Phyllis McCracken Coordinator of Continuing Education, Erie Institute for Nursing 4. Gretchen Strong Receptionist for Information Office 5. Father Simmons Campus Ministry 38 1. Sharron Straub Director of Financial Aid 2. Joann Smith — Kathleen Longshine Assistant Housing Director, Housing Director 3. Sister Joseph Marie Dean of Students 4. Judy Holahan Director of Admissions 39 1. Sister Jane Ellen Coordinator, Freshmen Year of Studies 2. Dr. Marilyn Denton Associate Professor, English 3. Sister James Francis Director, Program 4. Sister Lucille Chairperson, Department of Humanities 5. Anthony Grimaldi Freshmen Year of Studies 40 1 . David Gustafson Assistant Professor, Biology 2. Dr. Gary Kirby Assistant Professor, English Freshmen Year of Studies 3. John Young Assistant Professor, English 4. Dr. Thomas Parthenakis Acting Professor, History Department 5. Margaret Krider Assistant Professor, Art Director, Fine Arts Program 41 1. Dawna Mughal Director, Home Economics Dietetics Program 2. Dr. Suzanne Loss Instructor, Home Economics 3. James E. Zaranek Chairperson, Science Mathematics Department 4. Sister Raymond Marie Director, Biology and Medical Technology Programs 42 i . 1. Maria Parisi Assistant to the Vice President for Financing and Planning 2. Sister Marianne Instructor, Chemistry 3. Dr. Timothy Miller Assistant Professor, Mathemat- ics 4. Dr. Mary Harsch Associate Professor, Biology 43 1. Mary Jo Cherry Director, Lab School Sister Ann Marie Director, Elementary Education and Trainee Programs Nancy Briggs Instructor, Early Childhood Education Dr. Richard LeVan Director, Psychology Sister Joachim Director of Curriculum Library Audio-Visual Aids Donald Tronetti Director of Student Teaching Instructor, Education 44 1. Elaine Clyburn Director, Social Work 2. Andrea Foulk Instructor, Early Childhood Education 3. Dr. Robert Buchmeier Chairperson, Department of Education 4. Sister Benigna Administrative Assistant to the Departments of Education, Science Mathematics 45 46 ii p Remember the dignity of your womaniiood. Do not appeal, do not beg, do not grovel. Tal e courage, join tiands stand beside us. Christabel Pankhurst SEIVIORS 49 Nothing is as it was nor will it ever be as it was Lucille Helen Burton Nursing Linda Ruth Kahle Nursing " There shall never be another season of silence until women have the same rights men have on this green earth. " Susan B. Anthony .-•»■ f Norman Jeane Kazin Nursing Jennifer Lynn Coda Nursing Jeanne Marie Cucuzza Home Economics " Yesterday is already a dream, and to- morrow is only a vision; but today well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope. " Donna Lee Brown Elementary Education " Feelings are not like faucets you can turn on and off. " 51 Mary Patricia Middendorf English " SpeechlessI " Cheryl Rene McLaughlin Nursing " No bird soars too high, if he soars with his own wings. Karen McClesky Nursing " some people see things as they are and as why; I dream things that never were and as why not? " Robert Kennedy 52 Claudia Geraldine Christy Nursing " Though we travel The world over to find the beautiful we must carry it with us or we must not. " Ralph Waldo Emerson Susan Anne Kearney Nursing " If a man does not keep pace with his companions perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music he hears, however measured or far away. " Thoreau Judith Marie Mayher Nursing " We know what we are but not what we may be. " William Shakespeare 53 Amy Christine Williams Early Childhood Education Anne Mary McCarthy Nursing The pleasure of life is according to the woman who lives it. Emerson Lynn Jewel Egger Early Childhood Education " With all beings and all things we shall be as relatives. " Sioux Indians Maureen Theresa McElhinny English Communications " Don ' t be sad ' cause your sun is down you can rise above it Don ' t be sad ' cause your on your own You have to learn to love it. J.T. Michelle Maree Cicon English Communications " We talk about media and we talk about new sensitive tapes and we think about all kinds of ways of recording but we never think of our bodies and our hearts as receptors. " Anais Nin 55 Gayle Morrison Social Work Mary Patricia Dodson Social Work " I am a loser . . . I am a person, I am a winner Nancy Jane Masquelier Nursing " Every individual has a place to till in the world, and is important, in some respect, whether he chooses to be so or not. " Nathaniel Hawthorne 56 Diane Cutri Hafensteiner Elementary Education i Marguerite Watson Davis English " Oh, God of dust and rainbows, help us to see that without dust the rainbow would not be. ' Cheryl Guenther Elementary Education Colleen C. Combe Elementary Education 57 Jean Marie Fritz Nursing " Only a life lived for others is a life worth living. " Albert Einstein Stacia Graves Nursing Karin Shealey Dietetics w Barbara Kornacki - Nursing " am a woman. I am a vessel which has to be filled with the life that only I can live. " Kathy Duncan. JL Patricia Carnes English Debbie Ann Huffman Nursing ' The happiest moments of my life have been in the flow of affection among friends. " Thomas Jefferson Francine An Ann Corapi Biology " The great hope of society is individual character " 59 Rita Marie Puhala Marcia Stephanie Kelly Nursing " When you part from your friend, you grieve not; for that which you love most in her may be clearer in her absence, as the mountain to the climber is clearer from the plain. ' Xahlil Gibran Eileen Theresa DeLuca Nursing " Memories fill the mind, while love fills the heart. " W.E.B. Deborah Mary Dixon Nursing " In Heaven, the only act of living is forgetting and forgiving. " William Blake 60 Mary Fran Johnson Nursing " Let our adventures carry us to the far corners of the earth and learn. And when we return where we started then, know that place better than before we parted. " Laurie Anne Constantino Nursing " Friends may move on, but memories last forever. " W.E.B. Nancy Louise Mader Nursing " Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true. " L.J. Cardinal Stevens Roberta Anne Donn Nursing 61 Patricia Marie Hohman Nursing The happiest moments of my life have been in the flow of affection among friends. " Thomas Jefferson Celine Susan Titus Nursing Brenda Jean Bujalski Nursing Colleen Ann Branton Nursing " The language of friendship, is not words but meaning. " Thoreau 62 Janice Donaldson Nursing Barbara S. Miller Nursing " If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music he hears however measured or far away. " Thoreau Paulette Hahn Nursing 63 Wendy Jeannette Allen Early Childhood Education " Time is not measured by thie passing of the years, but by what one does, what one feels, and what one achieves. " Jawaharlal Nehru Mary J. Gillinghann Early Childhood Education " I am not sure what waits beyond the block but I ' ll travel down the street to have a look Debra Jean Gasbarre Early Childhood Education " Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken winged bird that cannot fly. " Langston Hughes 64 Karen Lynn Nossokoff Early Childhood Education " When it is time to die, let us never discover we have not lived. " Thoreau Mary Patricia Gavaghan Nursing " When you part from your friend, you grieve not; for that which you love most in him may be clearer in his absence, as the mountain to the climber is clearer from the plains. " Kahlil Gibran Karen Mickle Nursing I j ' • B i 1 5 1 Margaret Ellen Berger Dietetics " Feel the dignity of a child. Do not feel superior to him for you are not " Robert Henri 65 SENIOR DIRECTORY Judith Abel. 8750 West Baron Rd., McKean, Pa., 16426 Wendy Allen, RD 2 Box 253, Russell, Pa., 16345 Margaret Berger, 302 W. Main St., Ridgway, Pa., 15853 Janice Blymiller, 4125 Hoyt Street, Erie, Pa.. 16510 Colleen Branton, 1015 Tweed Street, Pgh., Pa., 15204 Donna Brown, 134 E. 3RD Street, Waterford, Pa., 16441 Brenda Bujalski, 1 1 1 Lake Avenue, Erie, Pa., 1651 1 Elizabeth Burke, 829 Shenley Dr., Erie, Pa., 16505 Diane Burnett, 3824 Falmouth Rd., Apt. 9, Erie, Pa., 16509 Doris Burnett, 3824 Falmouth Rd., Apt. 9, Erie, Pa.. 16509 Lucille Burton, 244 Congress Street, Bradford, Pa., 16701 Chrystal Cardamone, 1555 West 43RD Street, Erie, Pa., 16509 Patricia Carnes, 1141 West 7TH Street, Erie, Pa., 16502 Mary Ann W. Carraher, 210 Sproce Street, Lakewood, NY, 14750 Claudia Christy, 107 Oak Street, Sheffield, Pa., 16347 Michelle Cicon, 247 Boyer Street, Johnstown, Pa., 15906 Nancy Coccarelli, 5722 Georgetown Dr., Erie, Pa., 16509 Jennifer Coda, 307 West 40TH Street, Erie, Pa., 16508 Colleen Combe, 1825 Lakeside Dr., Erie, Pa., 1651 1 Laurie Constantino, PO Box I North Ridge, Arkport, NY, 14806 Francine Corapi, 744 East 26TH Street, Erie, Pa., 16504 Jeanne Cucuzza, 33 Rockland Avenue, Bradford, Pa., 16701 Marguerite W. Davis, 28 St. Marys Street, Apt. 4, Depew, NY, 14043 Stephanie Dougherty, 564 East Kaul Avenue, St. Marys, Pa., 15857 Eileen DeLuca, 1 17 Valley Brook Ct., Middlesex, NJ, 08846 Deborah Dixon, 592 S. St. Marys Street, St. Marys, Pa., 15857 Mary Dodson, North Pine Grove, Star Rt., Cooksburg, Pa., 16217 Janice Donaldson, 3437 Pond View Dr., Erie, Pa., 16505 Roberta Donn, 1 140 Wilkins Rd., Erie, Pa., 16505 Bill Driscoll, 1080 Alcoma Street, Sharon, Pa., 16146 Kathleen Dunn, 2531 East 44TH Street, Erie, Pa., 16510 Lynn Egger, RD 1 Polk, Pa., 16342 Mary Rita Erickson, 1673 Main Street, Brockway, Pa., 15824 Delores Faulk, 148 Lake Cliff Dr., Erie, Pa., 1651 1 Jean Fritz, 147 Straub Avenue, St. Marys, Pa., 15857 Jane Fruechtel, 228 Meadville Street, Edinboro, Pa., 16412 Mary Pat Gavaghan, RD 1 Box 2 1 0, Apollo, Pa., 15613 Debra Gasbarre, 121 Polk Avenue, Ridgway, Pa., 15853 Mary Gillingham, 61 1 North Main Street, Greensburg, Pa., 15601 Stacia Graves. RD 1, Albion, Pa., 16401 Cheryl Guenther, 4040 Page Street, Erie, Pa., 16510 Diane C. Hafensteiner, 2626 East Evenue, Erie, Pa., 16504 Paulette Hahn, 1 145 West 35TH Street, Erie, Pa., 16508 Michelle Halquist, Box 57 IW, McKean, Pa., 16426 Jane Hahn, 715 Holden Dr , Ashtabula, OH, 44004 Patricia Hohman, 91 1 Comstock Street, Conneaut Lake Pk., Pa., 16316 Debbie Huffman, RD 1, Grand Valley, Pa., 16420 Mary Fran Johnson, 1 15V2 Maple Street, Port Allegany, Pa., 16743 Linda Kahle, 777 Interstate, Bradford, Pa., 16701 Norma Kazin, 1220 Beaver Dr , Erie, Pa., 16509 Susan Kearney, 1 5 Waterworks Lane, Fairport, NY, 14450 Marcia Kelly, RD 1 Box 150, Lake Lynn, Pa., 15451 Nancie Kennedy, 1343 West 30TH Street, Erie, Pa., 16508 Barbara Kornacki, RD 1, Windfall Rd., St. Marys, Pa., 15857 Ruth Lange, 525 West 16TH Street, Erie, Pa., 16502 Tina Langianese, 91 Boylston Street, Bradford, Pa., 16701 Linda Lucchetti, 1001 West 30TH Street, Erie, Pa., 16508 Nancy Mader, 7 Warner Avenue, Ridgway, Pa., 15853 Nancy Masquelier, 725 Grandview Rd., Oil City, Pa., 16301 Judith Mayher, RD 2 Box 147, Smithfield, Pa., 15478 Anne McCarthy, 1924 Spring Valley Rd., Pgh., Pa., 15243 Karen McClesky, 1018 Ardmore Mr. Dr., Pgh , Pa , 15243 21 Maureen McElhinny, RD 1, Hartstown, Pa., 16131 Cheryl McLaughlin, 807 California Ave., Ellwood City, Pa., 16117 Heidi Menzel, 614 Rankine Ave., Erie, Pa., 1651 1 Nancy Mertz, Middletown Rd., Greensburg, Pa., 15601 Karen Mickle, 558 South Main Street, Cambridge Springs, Pa., 1 6403 Mary Patricia Middendorf, 5329 42ND St., Washington, DC, 20015 Barbara Miller, 121 Woodland Rd., Butler, Pa., 16001 Susan Miller, 102 West 2ND Street, Erie, Pa., 16507 Gayle Morrison, 341 West 20TH Street, Erie, Pa., 16502 Veronica Nagele, 209 West Moreland, Hatboro, Pa., 19040 Karen Nossokoff, 814 Chestnut Street, Meadville, Pa., 16335 Rebecca Palermo, 1443 West 39TH Street. Erie, Pa., 16509 Mazli Pollock, 2730 East Park Lane, Erie, Pa., 16506 Rita Puhala, RD 1, Brockport, Pa., 15823 Michele Pulice, 2429 Brentwood Court, Erie, Pa , 16506 Barbara Rossi, 3302 Hasting Rd., Erie, Pa., 16506 Ruth Ruud, 1006 Linden Avenue, Erie, Pa., 16505 Martha Schultz, 1223 West 9TH Street, Erie, Pa., 16505 Anne Sette, 2909 Willowood Dr., Erie, Pa., 16506 Karin Shealey, 2046 Tennessee Ave., Niagara Falls, NY, 14305 Celina Tutus, PO Box 87, Erie, Pa., 16512 Rebecca Urbaniak, 323 Lake Ave , Erie, Pa., 1651 1 Rose Wieszczyk, 3104 West 23RD Street, Erie, Pa., 16506 Amy Williams, 430 Raspberry Street, Erie, Pa., 16507 Dorothy Wright, 4003 McCreary Rd , Erie, Pa., 16506 Victoria Zdunski, 1351 Lynn Street, Erie, Pa., 16503 i IF Ct ao 68 " Looks like we made it . . . " We started out with nothing but a few unorganized ideas and a handful of enthusiastic people. Special thanks go to Dr. Suzanne Loss of the Home Ec department, Linda Kahle, and Judy Holahan, director of Public Relations for helping us get started. Our project week was a success, although won ' t be eating candy apples for a long time. At times we asked ourselves, " What did we get ourselves into? " There were endless photo " takes " and " re-takes, " ad hunts, and alot of late nights. But we met our deadline, just barely. But we did it. Our thanks go out to our advisor, Sister Joseph Marie, Western Yearbook Representative John Krapp, Mary Ann Chovan, Cathy Connolly, Jeannie Cucuzza, Denise Cushman, Karen Egger, Lynn Egger, Vanessa Follett, Peggy Hyatt, Colleen Keefe, Anne Kupfner, Patti Middendorf, Ronnie Nagele, Rita Puhala, Mary Ellen Valimont, Joann Winter, and Michele Pauli. We ended up with more volunteers than when we began. Thanks to all of you for your cooperation and patience. We did it. Now ask us if we ' d do it again . . . Maureen and Michelle 1 PATRONS $25 Stephen and Emily Kenneth $20 Roy and Patricia Cammarata The Carlos Family $15 B. J. Okarma J $10 The Kenneth Bell Family Robert and Maria Brennan Richard and Sally Busek Ray and Delores DeGruttola Mr. and Mrs. James Egger Ulmar and Frances Fritz Francis and Mary Gavaghan Joseph and Margaret Kupfner Bertrand and Margaret Maurice William and Marion Middendorf Paul and Martha Puhala Virginia Quiezer Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Roche, Jr. Walter and Theresa Schatz F. Joseph Thomas $5 Betty Anderson Raymond and Remonia Belinotti John and Ellen Borrs Charles and Patricia Boyer Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Brown Chiu Ling and Martha Chai Mr. and Mrs. James M. Dodson Erie Optical Company Gene and Hilda Gasbarre William Goodnoe Micheal and Delores Gresak Henri Hair Fashions Paul E. Miller James and Josephine McLaughlin Mrs. Ruth E. Nosko Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stephenson Jane Theuerkauf, G.R.I., C.R.B. — Realtor The Zsolcsak Family 1 70 RESTAURANT LOUNGE W. LAKE RD. AT PENINSULA DR. ERIE, PA. PHONE 833-4089 Lee Kontis, owner Serving Erie for 25 years Compliments of ARBY ' S 2771 West Lake Rd. Erie, Pa. WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE Cheryl McLaughlin, M.L. Wittmeyer, Cindy Millet, Debbie Dixon, Rosemarie Toncini, Judy Meyer, Mary Fran Johnson. Compliments of STUDENT LIFE COMMITTEE 71 YOUR HOMETOWN SUNBEAM BAKER Firch Baking Company Subsidiary of Kane — Miller Corp. 1220 West 20th Street 72 Congratulations to the Yearbook Staff from The Cicon Family: Frank, Anna, Melanie, Maree-Lynn and Kiltie. Compliments of CARTERS SHOES THREE PLAZA LOCATIONS WEST ERIE, LIBERTY, PERRY. Compliments of PENINSULA FLORAL GIFT " Fresh cut flowers " " Corsages — Hanging Plants " Artifical and dr ied Arrangements ' Rick Urban, Owner. 73 Yesterday is but today ' s memories And tomorrow is today ' s dream. 1 i 3 Compliments of the SENIOR CLASS OF 1978! 74 v I DIETARY FOODS " The best in Health Foods " 2250 West Eight Street and 828 Peach Street Visit our Snackbar at Carlisle Mall Compliments of VILLA MARIA COLLEGE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB VMC ALLUMNAE ASSOCIATION Sister Eunice Carlos, Director The Alumnae of the college invite you to become a member. Congratulations Seniors! Graduating Seniors have membership extended to them for one year. Compliments of DORRIS REALTORS 2123 W. 8th St. Erie, PA. 75 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS! From Student Council Cindy Boyer Mary Jane Lash Mimi Carlos Ellen Boors Colleen Branton Jeanne Cucuzza Cathy Mickel Honey Armstrong Elaine Krupski Marianne O ' Keefe Judy Stanford Sue Kearney Nora Hunter Mary Ann Mende Ruth Sutter Betty Lou Perkins Maureen Ryan Tracy DeGruttola Julie DePetris Jenny Griffo Suzanne Evans Shirley Ester Meg Habas Janet Davis Cathy Goodnoe Mary Donnelly Dee Morgillo Claudia Christy Tammie Lance Mary Dodson Anne McCarthy Cindy Steudler Patti Middendorf 76 COMPLIMENTS OF BASKIN BOBBINS " 31 FLAVORS " 2308 W. Eight Street Erie, PA. Robert T. Siegel, Owner Compliments of LES CRAGO JEWELERS 2626 W. Eight Street Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of ' 78 from your College Bookstore FRONTIER CAKE SHOP Home of the old fashioned German pretzel Decorated Cakes Our Specialty 1650 W. Eight Street Erie, PA. 452-3090 THE MANOR MOTEL Across from Howard Johnson ' s Restaurant at entrance to Presque Isle 2819 W. Eight Street Erie, PA. 838-6531 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1978 FROM THE CLASS OF 1979. 77 00 NOT TER BEACH Compliments of: MISTER DONUT 2563 W. Eight Street Coffee — Donuts — Sandwiches Open 24 hours for your convenience Enjoy a friendly atmosphere. ' ► Compliments of NOVELLO REALTORS 2131 W. Eight Street 452-6495 Member of MLS Greater Erie Board of Realtors CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1978 PENN-DIVERSIFIED PRODUCTS, INC 938 East 12th Street, P.O. Box 7 Erie, PA. 78 Remember when . . . freshmen " hello badges " . . . and freshmen beanies . . . hometown questions . . . meeting your roommate . . . talking to your new roommate until five in the morning . . . popcorn . . . reading greer . . . watching slides of the impressionistic period in art . . . the overhead projector and Parthenakis ' greek transparencies . . . discussion groups . . . fraternity parties . . . movie marathon . . . first snowfall . . . losing your keys . . . getting lost on second floor . . . intersessions . . . labs . . . big sisters . . . Saturday brunches after friday night beer blasts . . . Christmas mass . . . kris angels . . . special dinners . . . gaining weight from ice cream at every meal . . . the first all nighter . . . popcorn . . . mid-terms . . . st. nick at midnight . . . the doorbell system . . . the villecrit . . . the red-carpet days . . . the united way carnival . . . the swim meet . . . Saturday night live with that crazy-unique person — steve martin . . . the collection . . . penguins . . . monkeys . . . frankie valli albums . . . meeting people from hometowns . . . the bookstore . . . the waiting in line for delicious meals . . . concerts at the fieldhouse . . . boz scaggs . . . car wash . . . lazy sunsets at the beach . . . matinee movies for $1.50 . . . millcreek mall . . . the plaza . . . city buses . . . sunbathing behind the gym . . . the ring ceremony . . . little sisters . . . the green beer and the white faces on the next day . . . A P tests . . . milk-crating . . . overnight guests . . . open dorms . . . spaghetti dinners upstairs . . . letters from home . . . flowers on valentines day . . . deadlines . . . work study and monthly paydays . . . K104 . . . memo boards . . . vmc tee shirts . . . empty mailboxes . . . cap and gown . . . walks in the twilight . . . airport schedules . . . blood bank . . . vacations . . . and hugging when you get back . . . popcorn . . . birthday signs from paper towels . . . sleeping in on a nine o ' clock class . . . finals . . . Saturday night steak and baked potatoes . . . squirels on the lawn . . . the elevator . . . locking yourself out of the room . . . and not believing you did . . . mass in the rainbow colored chapel . . . phone duty . . . signing in . . . signing out . . . borrowing id . . . the three d ' s . . . mister donut . . . laughing with your friends . . . shade ' s beach ... a pillow for potato chips . . . fifteen minute phone limit . . . the russian flu . . . electives ... a guest in the lobby . . . skipping classes . . . and seeing your teacher in the hall . . . communications center . . . the library . . . the lobby . . . tennis in the spring . . . crying with your friends . . . peter panty hose . . . summers at home . . . apartment on your own in the summer time . . . dudleys ' . . . mcdonald ' s thesis paper . . . plants on the window sill . . . visiting the nurse . . . the basketball team . . . pictures . . . and singing happy birthday at supper . . . editorials . . . yoder ' s at 3:30 in the AM ... the car .. . the breakdown of the car . . . engagements . . . new roommates . . . private rooms . . . Saturday night fever . . . built like a brick house ... a call from home . . . typing all night . . . thursday morning laundry . . . admissions . . . buying books for the next year . . . registrar . . . treasurer ' s office . . . the candy machines . . . bicycling around presque isle . . . painter ' s pants . . . practicum ... the hospital . . . your mother-to be . . . frisbee in the front lawn . . . zoo . . . disco lessons . . . trips to niagara falls . . . walking to the bay . . . jogging in the halls . . . trying to lose weight . . . easter vacation . . . project week . . . class dues . . . spring dance . . . trustees . . . wondering if he ' ll call . . . westlake pizza . . . walking to IGA for munchies at 8:30 PM . . . lunch time talk . . . crushes on your teachers . . . planning for the future . . . Simmons shaving his moustache . . . the blizzard of 1978 . . . cancelling classes . . . borrowing nail polish . . . commencement . . . degrees . . . resumes . . . meetings . . . the play . . . the pool coffee till 4:00 AM . . . packing all the necessities . . . picnics . . . fond memories and good friends . . . 79 80 mli mmm


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