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BANTLY, CARLYNN . . . Johnstown
. . . Class President . . . Student Council
- - - "Pixie Chatter" . . . is a sports
ff-'fn . . . plays the French horn . . .
will work for a degree.
CASHAW, DOROTHEA . . . Doecloe CASSADY, CAROLINE . . . Snoozie
- . . Johnstown . . . a sports fan . . . likes water skiing and boating . . .
: . . fashion minded . . . plans to work plays the piano . . . will work in a
In 0 VA Hospital. large hospital on the west coast.
BELL, BARBARA . . . Barbie . . .
New Washington . . . enioys reading
novels . . . dancing is a favorite pas-
time . . . plans to be a nursing instruc-
CHESS, CELIA . . . Cil . . . Windber
. . . sleeping is a favorite pastime . . .
likes reading, music and weekends . . .
hopes to travel with the Peace Corps.
Page 9 text:
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
Sitting: Miss Ragerf Miss Williams
Standing: Miss Good, Miss Cruick
shank, Miss Bantlyp Miss Shaffer.
FHESHMAN CLASS HISTIJHY
With feelings of anxiety we entered the school on September 4, 1962. On arrival we were assigned
to our rooms and were introduced to our roommates. After getting settled we met the members of the faculty
and were given some idea of what would be expected of us as student nurses. Each of us was issued a very
formidable stack of books.
We settled down to dormitory life and classes. Our courses at the hospital stressed the basic principles
of nursing. We were afforded the opportunity of applying these principles in the care of patients in the hos-
pital. We had courses in microbiology and anatomy-physiology at the Johnstown College, University of Pitts-
burgh. The students of the college had a tea in our honor in September.
The day our uniforms arrived we were like children celebrating Christmas. No one felt prouder than
we the first time we wore our uniforms. At last we would be recognized as freshman students.
Later we were introduced to our choral director, Mr. Robert Turonsky. With his guidance we were able
to blend our voices into a harmonious choral group. For our debut we sang at the Student- Parent- Faculty
Reception. This was the night that-we received our Florence Nightingale lamps. We also sang at a United
Fund luncheon meeting.
Although we have been here only a short time, we feel a real part of the school. What lies in store
for us is uncertain, but we are hoping for a bright and happy future.
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CRUICKSHANK, SANDRA . . .Sandy DURBIN, MARY CATHERINE . . . FLETCHER, JUDITH . . . Judy . . .
. . . Dunlo . . . Class Vice-President Mary K . . . Ramey . . . likes horseback Johnstown . . . sewing is a hobby . . .
. . . Student Council . . . likes music, riding in the country . . .wants a large likes to dance . . . anchors aweigh-
cooking, swimming and people . . . family . . . will work for a B.S. degree. she's Navy bound.
wants to see the world . . . plans mar-
riage and a family.
FLYNN, TERESA . . . T. . . Johnstown GEISEL, JUNE . . . Red . . . Windber GOOD, KAREN . . . Davidsville . . .
. . . dreams of Paris . . . reading, danc- . . . talkative . . . dreams of a vacation Class Historian . . . Student Council . . .
ing and skating are her favorites . . . in Switzerland . . . the future finds her likes red sports cars . . . wants to travel
wants to be a good nurse. working in Hawaii. with the Air Force.
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