Academy of the Holy Angels - Echoes Yearbook (Demarest, NJ)
- Class of 1966
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The delight of discovery and the architectural
wonder that is the new Holy Angels transformed
our first days of school into adventures in an
unexplored maze of halls and stairways. Strange
corridors were soon warmed by our laughter and
tears as we, a generation as yet unready for life,
became keenly aware of our own potential. We
christened our surroundings with the disappoint-
ments of youth, and gave them a new, more
profound dimension. The broad campus, reach-
ing far behind the lake, added warmth to the
somewhat impers-onal business of study. But,
like blueprints of the buildings brought to grace-
ful completion around us, we strove for the
patience to grow and the wisdom to begin a story
whose outline was as beautiful as those blueprints.
Whether we have succeeded is to be decided not
by us, but by those who follow.
Administration and Faculty . 8
Classes and Clubs . . l8
Curriculum . . 42
St-ory of the Year . . 54
Seniors . . . 84
Senior Directory . . ll2
Advertisers and Patrons . . ll3
Administration and Faculty
The sincere interest and quiet eflciency ofthe Administration
are reflected in a well-regulated and progressioely orientated
school, with excellence as its trademark. The faculty, religious
and lay, explore the range of our interests and abilities, share
with us their special competencies, and challenge us to lioe
more fully in the dimensions that are most distinctively human
SISTER MARY ELAINE
MRS. LINDA CASTELLANO MISS LILLIAN DANNHAUSER
MISS DOROTHY GROESBECK
SISTER MARY BRIGID
REVEREND DANIEL CANNON, S.M.A.
MRS. EVELYN ALLEN SISTER MARY ANGELINE SISTER MARY AQUIN
Mathematics Religion, English, French Religion, General Science
Creative Writing School Spirit Organization
SISTER MARY AVILA MRS. MURlEL BURNS
Fine Arts, Spectrum Art Club Physical Education, Coach
SISTER MARY CONCEPTA REVEREND EDWARD COOKE
Religion, Spanish, Mathematics Religion
REVEREND RICHARD EHRENBERG
SISTER EVELYN MARIE
SISTER MARY ELLEN
Religion, History, CHIPS
Religion, English, Speech
SISTER MARY EVINA
Religion, Stenography, Latin
SISTER FRANCIS MIRIAM
Religion, Home Economics, English
Junior Sodalily Sophomore Sodality
SISTER MARY FRANCIS
SISTER MARY GERARDINE SISTER MARY GERMAINE
Assistant Librarian Religion, Mathematics, Physics
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SISTER MARY HELENE SISTER MARY HENRICE
Vocal, Piano, Glee Club Religion, Biology, Science Club
SISTER MARY JEREMIAS
SISTER MARY JOHN DE CRUCE
Religion, Music Appreciation, Vocal
Piano, Liturgy Study Club
MRS. GLGRIA KAHLER
School Nurse, Home Nursing
MISS MARILYN KIRSCHNER
SISTER M. LOUIS BERTRAND
Librarian, Library Science
SISTER MARY MARGARETTE
Religion, French, Athletic Association
MISS CATHLEEN McNALLY REVEREND CHARLES McTAGUE
SISTER MARY NORICE SISTER MARY RAYMOND
Religion, English, ECHOES Religion, History, Freshman Sodality
SISTER PAUL OF THE CROSS
Religion, Latin, English
SISTER MARY LEONORE SISTER MARY LOUISE
Religion, Latin, English Typing
Contraternity ot Christian Doctrine
SISTER MARY REGI NE
Religion, Chemistry, Health
Science Club, YCS
SISTER MARY VITOLINE
Mathematics, Audio-Visual Coordinator
MISS BARBARA STRONCZER
Physical Education, History
Classes and Clubs
At Holy Angels we boast a busy extracurricular program.
Well over 9071 of the student body claims membership in our
fourteen organizations. Club oyjferings and goals are cariecl
enougli to satisfy the tastes ancl abilities of many stuclents.
We like to think we have an organization for eoery angel.
JUNIOR A-Front Row: Rosemarie Perelli, Maryellen Sweeney, Marie Scalia, Gail Christensen, Sue Eckmayer, Kathy De-
Pietro, Diane Fenech, Betty Higgins. Second Row: Peggy Cleary, Sally Smithson, Kathy Carr, Jeannine Mooney, Maureen
Cramer, Marguerite Cappella, Anne Discepolo, Pat Taylor. Third Row: Mary Ann Henkel, Mary DiFabio, Kathy Karpowich,
Barbara Sherman, Lenore Grieco, Holly l-leppes, Mary Lou Georgia, Pat Tierney. Back Row: Kathy Barlow, Linda Ford,
Jan Vuyosevich, Anne Godfrey, Linda Righini, Susan Mawhinney, Jan Zaugg, Maggie Falk.
JUNIOR B-Front Row: Peggy Massar, Caroline Drummond, Ingrid Verhulst, Jean Lenahan, Adrienne Benzone, Chris
Morrow, Ginny Leo. Second Row: Jane Schmid, Barbara Elter, Phyllis Buettner, Anna-Marie Castrianni, Lynne Dryzya,
Kathy Jackson, Pat Byrne, Chris King. Third Row: Ruth Lehnhoff, Mary Winberry, Joan Prylucki, Carol Rovengo, Kathy
Glynn, Kathy Feiler, Lynne Kalavsky, Back Row: Nancy Dolan, Peggie Pierce, Bernie Zorio, Rosalind Petrizzo, Ellen
Michaels, Kris Kour, Mary Kulesz, Maryann Miller, Not Pictured: Anne-Marie DiPalma,
JUNIOR C-Front Row: Cathy Sugden, Mary Brereton, Donna Breen, Dominica Luvera, Anne Spillane, Melanie Michele,
Dorothy Kirlick. Second Row: Eileen Bittman, Ann Passaretti,Kathy Lane, Corinne Higgins, Ann Mulcare, Peggy Mas-
sauer, Jean Rapport, Linda Lawten, Maryann Ryan, Third Row: Sue Pampaloni, JoMarie Volk, Joanne Rooneyho, Pat
Cunneen, Chris Brahney, Mary Wenthen, Mary Zucchet, Rose Stancato. Back Row: Jan Schwitter, Elaine Menzella, Pat
Peterson, Chris, Englert, Pat Pellitteri, Pat Frei, Karen Coccioli, Maria Truncellito, Chris Faschiotti.
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JUNIOR D-Front Row: Ellen Fitzpatrick, Margaret Felicetti, Susan Giagiari, Mary Carroll, Judy Cutro, Sara Picone.
Second Row: Joyce Mazzarella, Nancy Schaberg, Mary Ellen Brosnan, Ellen McLaughlin, Martha Chiccone, Ellen Levas-
seur, Nancy Bill. Third Row: Ellen Cooke, Mary Lee Schaeder, Maura Cotter, Margaret Grimes, Gail Brinkworth, Nancy
Schwerzler, Carla Antonelli, Barbara Leonard, Back Row: Maureen Fitzgerald, Ursula Holden, Jan Brewster, Eileen Mc-
Intyre, Sandra Gioia, Karen Dugan, Kathi lmperatore, Linda Coggiola. Not Pictured: Linda Valentine.
SOPHOMORE A-Front Row: Cathy Zink, Beth Soracco, Diane Sassoo, Ann Boccanfuso, Ginny Vnenchak, Mary Hogan.
Second Row: Mary LaHiff, Andy Cronk, Barbara Kerns, Andy Parodi, Alicia O'Connor, Pam Van DeWeghe, Pat Duffy,
Fran Castronuva. Third Row: Sue Betti, Marie Chiarelli, Mary Barrett, Karen Bobroski, Denise Dunn, Dawn Hill, Barbara
King, Back Row: Pat Sharp, Nancy Salvatore, Geogette Bergerson, Sue Tingaud, Nicole Verhulst, Cheryl lmperatore.
SOPHOMORE B-Front Row: Noreen Morgan, Pat Hart, Margie Carr, Anne Theysohn, Donna Miccio, Patti LaFiura.
Second Row: Joan Banks, Joan Rorro, Jennifer LaFurno, Debbie Marshall, Lorraine Craig, Joanne Mancini, .lane Spellrnan,
Nancy Dunn. Third Row: Roseanne Griffin, Joan Rice, Nancy Terenzio, Peggy O'Neill, Kitty Barrett, Sunda DeCotiis.
Back Row: Adrienne Wert, Mary Pat Rendine, Cathy Ainsworth, Liz Cabo, Shannon Lemily, Carmen Mercado, Cathy
O'Neill. Not Pictured: Joan Stiehl, Dianne Carey, Carol lorio.
SOPHOMORE C-Front Row: Denise McGowen, Joan Jurczak, Barbara Pave-ro, Pat Durkin, Mary Beth Kelly, Barbara
Christensen. Second Row: Chris Reveri, Valasie Kolessides, Judy lppolito, Anna Marie De Candia, Ruth Olsen, Maureen
Marotta, Maryetta Longo. Third Row: Doris Haag, Kathy Klett, Eileen Goodlow, Jo-Ellen Smith, Pat Shermen, Bev Spiri,
Fran Abrunzo. Back Row: Vicki McMenimen, Barbara Smith, Pam Filipowicz, Kathy Schauren, Maryellen Costello, Kathy
Gigante, Ellen Jarczewski. Not Pictured: Mary-Kate Amato, Marie McSherry.
SOPHOMORE D-Front Row: Theresa Picone, Phyllis Wymer, Sharon O'Connor, Carole Salem, Suzi Collins, Pat Murry
Jeanne Neiman. Second Row: Rosemary Burke, Liz Doto, Kathy Hanley, Marianne Benzoni, Terry Sabatini, Maureen
Meehan, Mary Spillane. Third Row: Gerry Casper, Jean Farrell, Mary Ann French, Peggy Purcell, Robin Schiffino, Pam
Doherty, Alice Graingler, Pat Gorman. Back Row: Pat Shaw, Laurene Ryan, Eileen Scanlon, Margaret Davanzo, Carolann
Tobia Barbara Sohm Colleen Costello, Jane Kenezis. Not Pictured: Joann Thropp
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SOPHOMORE E-Front Row: Linda Dobrovolsky, Lisa Guasti, Liz Palazzo, Eileen McCarthy, Chris Wavpotich, Roseann
Browne, Georgia Bresnahan, Maureen Phelan. Second Row: Mary Herrmann, Rita Garclinier, Sheila Dorgan, Marilyn
Fleckenstein, Pat Lewis, Marie Mento, Jean Behr, Mary Maher. Third Row: Pat Roberts, Maureen McGuirl, Claire
Pelletier, Elaine Aglietti, Cindy Knight, Mary Hines, Joan Beliveau, Alison Donovan. Back Row: Peggy Antonelli, Ar-
leen Pancza, Jane Shenk, Pat Dignan, Kathy Ullman, Linda Funesti, Lea Trinka, Pat Neary.
FRESHMAN A-Front Row: Judith O'Brien, Mary Zenorini, Janet Beaugard, Bernadette Tarallo, Lynn Sethman, Mari-
anne Clarke, Phyllis Cardinale, Barbara Stiehl. Second Row: Amelia Chiccone, Brenda Greene, Patricia Dunphy,
Suzanne Smith, Patrice Karlson, Susan Wavpotich, Barbara Dunn, Jacquelyn Lima, Lorraine Schaffer. Third Row:
Caroline Klein, Thomasina Meli, Rita Levasseur, Lynn Daly, Theresa Glynn, Sandra Schreck, Benae Patter, Mary Beth
Schwitter, Marigene Mesereau. Back Row: Patricia Rosenkranz, Clare Schaffeld, Mary Ann Turbiak, Christina Kelly,
Maria Moles, Nancy Thomas, Mary Ellen Caffrey, Margaret Greene, Doreen Weidmann, Maryann Sticco. Not Pictured:
FRESHMAN D-Front Row: Ellen Mawhinney, Maria Stavola, Denise Brousseau, Gigi Cirino, Pat Milo, Donna Calautti,
Chris Tordella, Anne Collins, Judy Brown. Second Row: Pat Chiotfi, Maureen Boley, Marilyn Lewis, Kathy Toomb,
Mary Mattern, Gail Waesche, Martha Dean, Ann Dorigan, Joan Butler, Donna Wilkins. Third Row: Sarah Pagnbzzi,
Elayne Holahan, Linda Janson, Lorraine Fletcher, Pat Gigante, Laura Tinghino, Lorraine Bottie, Ann Farrell, Anne
Smith, Gloria Cigolini. Back Row: Denise Nethune, Marie Messina, Cathy McMenimen, Eileen McMahon, Linda
Brenan, Barbara Sopelsa, Maureen O'ConneIl, Pam Runge, Karen Gaspartich. Not Pictured: Betty Brodeck.
Mothers' Guild Officers-Vice-President Mrs. Walter Detjen, Treasurer Mrs.
Edward Neary, President Mrs. Harry Murphy, Recording Secretary Mrs. Harry
Fletcher, Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Al Herrmann.
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School Spirit Organization VlP's-President Sharon
Rogers, Secretary Christine McDougald, and Vice-
President Barbara O'Neil.
The SSO extended its sphere of influence this
year by increased participation in the Bergen County
Association of High School Councils. Senior officers
attended workshops at Ridgewood High School and
Immaculate Heart Academy, where they discussed
pertinent school problems.
Six seniors participated in Bergen County Gov-
ernment Day in March. Holy Angels, for the first
time, was host to the annual spring conference of
B.C.A.H.S.C. from 4-8 p.m. on May l8. SSO Vice-
President Barbara O'Neil acted as chairman of the
conference and SSO President Sharon Rogers gave
the welcome address. After a buffet dinner and
closing conference, a mixer followed in the cafeteria.
On the domestic scene, the SSO initiated HA's
first mixers and directed proceedings for the first
SSO Week in Demarest.
SSO President Sharon Rogers opens a
weekly meeting of the School Spirit
AA officers pose tor photographer: Maureen Fitz-
gerald, Vice-Presidentg Patty Salem, Secretaryg Pat
A mammoth-size gymnasium complete with
every type court baited Angels to take advantage of
a varied intramural program. Disappointment that
the outdoor hockey field would not be ready for this
season was quickly forgotten as seniors lwho had
dreams of a hockey trophy? diverted their energies
"Where's the ball?" demand the
eventually victorious seniors at an in-
tramural soccer game.
to soccer and copped the title. ln quick succession
basketball, volleyball, and softball added more com-
mitments to already crowded schedules, and com-
pleted the intramural program for another year.
The whoosh ot tennis balls ushered in the bland
spring days and Angels limbered up for summer
with muscle-toning exercises. By June, we had just
about tamiliarized ourselves with the sports possibil-
ities of our new 45-acre campus and as we ended
the year, plans were ielling for a more diversified
program for i966-67.
A soph gym class prepares for intra-
mural volleyball competition.
". . . who are they? Little pink elephants stuffed
with hay!" chant spectators at a varsity game.
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CHIPS staff members spent a busy year produc-
ing a prize-winning paper. To gain new ideas and
compare notes with other schools, the staff members
attended the Catholic Publications Conference at
Fordham University on November l. Later, in Feb-
ruary, representatives traveled to Caldwell College
for a Press Day.
At the 42nd Annual Columbia Scholastic Press
Association Convention, March lO-l2, girls attended
meetings at Columbia University, and heard speeches
by staff reporters from major New York newspapers
and magazines. Editor Connie Ferreira and Business
Manager Kathy Gartland acted as chairmen at two
of the sectional meetings while Advisor Sister Mary
Ellen gave a talk on a method of producing a school
newspaper. The convention ended with a luncheon
at the Americana Hotel and an address by Vice-Pres-
ident Hubert Humphrey via a White House line.
During the year CHIPS has received the Gallup
Award from Quill and Scroll, as well as the All-
Catholic Award from the Catholic Scholastic Press
Association. CHIPS also merited Medalist from the
Columbia Scholastic Press Association.
What will the lead story be? CHIPS Editor Connie
Ferreira asks Terry Grosso, Publicity Manager, and
Ruth Ellen Radics, Managing Editor, to think about it.
Ginny Restivo, News Editor, isn't wasting any time.
Explaining the work of a page editor during her
lecture at Columbia University's press convention,
Sister Mary Ellen uses props to demonstrate her point.
New campus -l- new spirit : one new
kind of yearbook! HKS move from Fort
Lee to Demarest opened so many untried
doors to yearbook staff members, that the
biggest problem seemed to be, "How do
we capture it all in a camera lens or on
paper?" To learn the most effective tech-
niques in layout design, photography, and
copy writing, scores of HA-ers invaded
yearbook conventions at Columbia and
Fordham Universities in the fall. Literary
staff members began their first work on
the senior section, as ECHOES photog-
raphers busily snapped candid pictures of
classmates, As copy was written, business
staff members typed Cand retypedl in an
effort to get ECHOES to the printer on
time. Every angle of the new building,
every curve of the campus was inspected
as to its possibilities as a picture setting.
And, as the yearbook neared completion,
the moderator and heads of staff Swal-
lowed aspirin by the ton. Phewl-Another
year, another yearbook . . .
Glad for a rest amid lectures and
conferences at the CSPA convention,
ECHOES staff members smile for the
Posing at the edge of the lake as they -tour the
campus for picture possibilities are ECHOES heads of
staff Ellen Fritsche, Editor-in-Chief, Janice O'Connor,
Photography Editor, Debby Detjen, Business Manager,
Sue Craig, Literary Editor.
Teachers and students chat at the luncheon in the
Americana Hotel after a yearbook convention: Sister
Raymond, Sister Norice, Sister Francis, Debby Detjen,
Overlooking a sweeping view of the auditorium, Gay
Pretenders officers Eileen Connolly CSecretary?, Chris
von Dohln lPresidentJ, and Janet Cooney lVice-Presi-
dent? discuss plans for a coming production.
One of HAis most consistently active clubs, the Gay
Pretenders became involved in two major productions.
Members romped through Seven Nuns at Las Vegas, a
modern miracle play about a convent mysteriously trans-
ported from the outskirts of a quiet eastern suburb, to
the center of a desert just a few miles outside Las Vegas,
Nevada. The lights dimmed and the tone sobered, as
The Barretts of Wimpole Street debuted as our spring
production. Members donned beards and Suspenders as
Angels, cast as men, rumbled and gruffly issued com-
mands, sternly impersonating the family of Edward Moul-
At the invitation of the Speech and Drama depart-
ment of Glassboro State College, Gay Pretenders entered
their production of the one-act play The Ugly Duckling
in a state-wide competition held at the Glassboro campus.
Members journeyed to Seton Hall University to present
the play before the National Catholic Theater Confer-
ence's regional meeting.
Efforts at capitalizing on dramatic talent and instruc-
tion on basic stage accomplishments, lighting, scenery,
and special effects keep members alert to opportunities
for self-expression. As one of HA's most vital groups,
the club welcomes and encourages all aspiring thespians.
Stage committee members begin moving props for the
next act. Carol Hardigan and Chris von Dohln hold on
to an upright piece, as Sue Holohan slides one past.
Following the hectic days of September try-
outs, the Glee Club settled down to organized re-
hearsals every Monday and Wednesday in prep-
aration for the first performance of the year,
Ring Ceremony. ln November, the Glee Club led
the student body in the traditional Mass in honor
of its patroness, St. Cecilia. Carol Night in Dem-
arest was different in atmosphere but much the
same in its message of "Peace on Earth." Christ-
mas songs performed by Glee Club and students
were followed by audience participation in tradi-
Officers of the Glee Club carefully
plan for the concert. Anne Spillane,
Librarian, Sharon Scully, Business
Manager, Linda Pucciani, Vice-Presi-
dentg Donna Pucciani, President.
tional carols. Glee Club members also brought
the "voice of Christmas" to shoppers at the Ber-
A successful Spring Concert with Xavier High
School rewarded members for long hours of week-
end rehearsals. Ascension Thursday was spent in
performance at St. Andrew's Home for the elder-
ly, the joy that music brings to both performer
and listener left a lasting impression. At Gradua-
tion, the Glee Club bade farewell to the class of
'66, thus ending a year of hard work and satisfy-
ing achievement of artistic goals.
ln preparation for the Spring Concert, senior mem-
bers of the Glee Club familiarize themselves with
scores they will sing.
Emphasizing the fact that a well-read person is
an asset to her community, the Library Council in-
stills in its members a continuing interest in reading.
ln an effort to help Council members understand the
views of prominent writers, a rotating panel of
seniors and sophomores presented bimonthly dis-
cussions on a particular author.
The highlight of February's Book Week assembly
was a presentation ofthe "Magnificent Yankee" pre-
pared by the sophomores. The upperclassmen staged
an "international convention" of popular person-
On April l8 three seniors, Jeanette Mignocchi,
Ginny Restivo, and Ellen Fritsche, acted as librarians-
for-a-day in nearby public high school and town
libraries. This was l-lA,s first participation in the
Assigning books to Council members
is one of the officers' weekly jobs.
Secretary Chris Wavpotich, President
Marion Palen, and Vice-President
Barbara Leonard prepare and file
cards for Thursday's meeting.
During a regular meeting of the Library Council,
juniors Eileen Mclntyre and Sandra Goia produce a
skit for the entertainment of the other members.
At the "International Convention of
Noted Novelistsw during the February
Library Council Assembly, Ellen Frit-
sche leads her fellow protestors Mary
.lo Carroll, Phyllis Buettner and Chris
Looking over plans for next BLUEPRINT are Editor
Donna Sticco, Business Manager Beth Eisenman, NHS
Vice-President Clare Pomar and Art Editor Peggie
Eager to become a more integral part of student
life, the National Honor Society sponsored many
new and diversified activities. A busy year revolved
around a newly organized tutoring system which
yielded satisfying and encouraging results. Revision
of the school handbook, begun during the summer,
continued through the second semester.
October began a series of regular monthly meet-
ings held in the Little Theater. Guest speakers in-
cluded a professional artist, an expert on the south-
east Asian situation, a panel of college students from
secular campuses, and a Baptist minister.
November activities reached a dual climax. An
interracial program, under the direction of Reverend
Elias Mayer, joined Negro and white students to-
gether in interesting discussions of racial problems
and sharing of similar experiences. The day con-
cluded with an afternoon Mass and buffet supper.
Seventeen new and probationary members received
yellow roses, the Society's flower, at the annual in-
duction ceremony, as NHS introduced them into its
world of honor and averages.
Long hours and a tireless staff produced a prize-
winning BLUEPRINT at the CSPA convention.
One of the chief functions of the Science Club
is discovering and cultivating scientific skills and
talents among its members. To provide for varying
abilities and interests, the club has five distinct divi-
sions: general science, biology, photography, physics,
and this year's newly-established division, medical
careers. This last section was created to satisfy a
felt need, since more of our students are now inter-
ested in going on in medicine. Individual and group
research projects in various divisions are geared to-
ward the goal of exhibition at the annual Science
Fair in early spring. Weekly meetings of the various
sections are as varied as the interests of the mem-
bers. General meetings, involving all sections, are
held periodically. At one such meeting this year,
Dr. Jane Frances Emele of the Warner-Lambert
Research Institute addressed the group.
Science Fair Winners-Copping first prize in their
respective divisions are Fran Hines CGeneraI Sciencel,
Linda Valentine Cphysicsl, Fran Abrunzo fBioIogyI,
Kathy Imperatore lPhotographyI, Ingrid Verhulst
Science Club Officers-Secretary Didi
Clark, President Jane DuBois, and
Vice-President Jeanette Mignocchi dis-
cuss the preparation of an experiment
to be demonstrated at a Wednesday
Art Club Officers-Vice-President Ginny Restivo and
President Peggy Geohegan.
Art becomes a new dimension as an observation
of the beauty around us. Through the Art Club,
members gained an awareness of the design and
balance in everyday scenes. Besides producing their
own efforts in painting and sketching, club members
visited art galleries and museums this year. Film
studies encouraged girls to continue their study of
art, and gave them worthwhile suggestions to help
develop artistic talent.
This year the Sodality aimed at making itself
a dynamic part not only of HA's Sodalists, but
also of every Christian's life. As an expression
of their commitment to the Christian ideal in
the modern world, girls worked with the chil-
dren of St. Peter's Orphanage and the aged of
St. Andrew's Home.
Activities also included class dances whose
proceeds were sent to help support missions in
foreign lands. During Christmas the Sodality
officers participated in the tableau of the an-
nual Carol Program. Early in February, Sodal-
ists spent a weekend at the Cenacle Retreat
House in New Brunswick. With March came
the Father-Daughter Communion Breakfast, a
joint project sponsored by the Fathers' Club
and the Sodality. With Holy Mass in the new,
spacious auditorium and breakfast at Tammy
Brook Country Club, it was not surprising that
this year's attendance broke all previous rec-
Discussing the program at the communion breakfast,
Maryellen Murphy, prefect of the Sodality, asks Rev.
Henry Zenorini his opinion of it. Kathy Braun, Vice
Prefect, Mr. Edmund F. Sause, Breakfast Chairman,
Nancy Schaberg, Treasurer, and Kathy Glynn, Secre-
tary, look on.
Finding out the joys of helping others, juniors Ann
Passaretti, Carol Rovegno, and Peg Pierce play games
with the children from St. Peter's Orphanage.
Seniors, ready for retreat, await the bus that will take
them to the Cenacle Retreat House.
"Go forth and teach all nations." This is the
edict Christ gave to His apostles, and the CCD
at Holy Angels is endeavoring in every tangible
way to follow this dictum.
ln addition to the regular Methods Course
available to all members, this year provision
was made for discussion groups for those girls
who had already successfully completed this
course. Centering around current topics of
controversy, some of the subjects treated in
the discussion sessions were birth control, capi-
tal punishment, and interracial marriage.
Explaining how stained glass windows in the students' oratory
could be used as a visual aid in teaching, Chris King, Vice-
President, chooses the center window to demonstrate her views.
Secretary Rose Luvera, President Riki Woods, and Librarian
Dominica Luvera consider the possibilities.
The CCD was fortunate to have two guest
speakers this year. Sister Philip Marie, who
presently is teaching at St. Michael's Special
School in Palisades Park, addressed the group
on the real need for teachers for the mentally
retarded. On May 2, Mr. Joseph J. Reilly, a
teacher of CCD from the archdiocesan office,
shared the riches of his teaching experiences
with club members and underscored not only
the importance of CCD work today, but also
the vital necessity of having well-instructed
teachers to carry on this apostolate. As the
school year closed, some of the members were
charting plans for summer follow-up work with
their parish catechetical classes.
As Pat Ege, Secretary, prepares the cruets for Holy Mass Pat S
sano, Vice-President, and Mary Downey, President, hold ciboriums
to be used for communion.
Vatican Council ll was the inspiration that sparked the
creation of the Liturgy Study Club. Members attempted
through study, discussions, and field trips to enrich their knowl-
edge and appreciation of the liturgy. As one of its special as-
signments, the Liturgy Study Club prepared the altar and or-
ganized the Offertory Procession for each First Friday Mass.
Other activities this year were the sponsoring of an Interracial
Day Cheld in conjunction with the NHSJ to promote racial un-
derstandingg conducting a school assembly on the Advent
liturgyg and finally the participation in the Byzantine Rite at a
Mass at St. Anne's in Paterson.
Visiting at Welfare lsland produces happi-
ness in both patients and students, as Joan
Rice, Kathy Gartland, and Peggy Gartland
find on one of their trips there.
"Any more medicals?" ask Janet Cooney,
1 Secretary, and Mary Carol Van De Weghe,
Vice-President. Felicia Marotti, Secretary,
f and Peggy Gartland, President, make a last
1 minute check on packing the supplies,
Starting its first full year as an SSO club, YCS
was divided into two discussion groups which met
on Monday and Thursday. YCS-ers used the "ob-
serve-judge" technique at weekly meetings to view
problems in an effort to eliminate them. Much em-
phasis was placed on starting with problems which
are closest to the girls. The main objective was to
make immediate surroundings Christ-like.
Transforming discussion into action, the mem-
bers undertook several Catholic Action projects clur-
ing the school year. A clothing drive spurred girls
to bring in cartons of wearable clothing for the poorj
Later, club members made their first trip to Welfare
Island, visiting the sick and bringing them small
gifts. First impressions were so strong that the girls
returned several times. YCS also sponsored a drive
for medical supplies for Appalachia-girls sought
donations from doctors, pharmacists, and drug com-
panies in an effort that ended in many cartons of
medicals being shipped to poverty-stricken areas.
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Basically a college-pireparatory school, the Acaclemyls course
oyferings are geared to that objective. Flexibility in schedul-
ing allowed the introclucticn, within the last two years, of
physics and speech tc the roster of electives anal this
yeafs oyfering of French ancl Spanish to the frosh will
provide a four-year sequence in a inoclern language
Arranging a bulletin board, an outcome of a unit on
Ecumenism, are sophomores Patricia Shaw, Carole
Salem, and Joanne Thropp.
Emphasizing the "O Antiphons," Frosh A share their
study of the Advent liturgy at an assembly.
World History students Mary Ann Steinke, Judy
Kelly, Marilyn Murray, and Geraldine Rendine ex-
amine Sister Raymond's collection of history "realia."
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The Mass of the Holy Ghost.
"Was I that bad?" queries Karen
Dugan of members of the speech
Discussing current events dur-
ing senior history ciass, Jean
Flannery and Sue Holahan give
the whole class a broader un-
derstanding of U.S. problems.
Senior English class breaks into small-
er discussion groups as girls analyse
Strindberg's short story "Autumn"
"Well?" asks Sharon Scully, as she
waits for reactions during creative
writing class presentation. Linda Klebe,
Carol Hardigan, and Jill Laakso seem
Evelyn Waugh's work on the
Edmond Campion gains new impact as
members of Frosh C dramatize a scene
from "Who Ride on White Horses" in
"This is your captain speaking . . ."
A frosh French class obviously enjoys
its session in the lab.
"Listen closely, girls-this is impor-
tant," says Sister Leonore to Latin lV
students Linda Maestu, Felicia Marotti,
Sue Gariano, Mary Jude Barnes, Riki
Woods, and Pat Gray, as they prepare
for the "Know English" contest.
Last practice for Spanish assembly-
Wearing a somber expression, Jane
Spellman plays for Elaine Giorgio and
Elaine Kozak who clo the famous
Dance of the Old Men "
Looking like pros, chemistry students
Eileen Johnson, Ginny Restivo, and
Ruth Ellen Radics demonstrate titra-
tion of acid-base using different in-
l wonder whose head that once was?"
ponders Sister Henrice, while biology
students Elisa Guasti, Rita Gardinier,
Eileen Goodlow, Pat Lewis, and Linda
Dobrovolsky examine a collection of
Which distills faster in water-salt or
peppermint extract? Freshmen Karen
Gaspartich, Ellen Mawhinney, and Joan
Butler lhiddeni enjoy experimenting
for the answer in general science class.
Sister Aquin and class observe.
Solving graphically a pair of simulta-
neous equations in frosh algebra class,
Jean Russo records results.
"Beats using a Ouigi Board," claims
Janet Randon as Terry Grosso checks
her results in advanced math class.
have a freckle on your
ear lobe!" exclairns Martha Chiccone
to lngrid Verhulst during a junior
Twelve seniors admitted to Math Honor Society at
Yuletide induction ceremonies.
Junior music class tocusses attention
on Sister Helene during a class in the
Art students Lea Trinka, Adrienne
Benzoni, Arlene Pancza, Nancy Scha-
berg, and Nancy Terenzio seek inspira-
tion from outdoor scenes for their
What's cooking? Homemakers Maryellen Murphy,
Janet Calabrese, Jean Barrett, and Mary Downey make
it look easy.
An informal setting of senior music apprecia-
tion class finds Jane Cigolini and Julie Feehan
reading the background story for "Swan
Lake", while Lorraine Messina and Chris
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rects Gianina Bazaz, as Home Ec stu-
dents Fran Hansen and Mary Alice
Harvey adjust her hem.
Volleyball in a leisurely fashion
A senior phys. ed. class learns playing
areas and positions in soccer from Mrs.
When it comes to rating practical courses, personal
typing ranks high for these juniors and seniors.
Doreen Stevens demonstrates her speed in steno class
Story of the Year
Each month from September to Iune becomes a lifetime in
the eyes of a student. Innumerable projects, assemblies, and
assignments hll the already busy schedule of a Holy Angels girl.
This yearls story shares with former classes the depth of influ-
ence and breadth of scope which will always remain with us.
"I think it's a dinosaur's footprint, myself," explains
Janet Cooney to Karen Dorney, Pat Goodwin, Mary
Farrell, and Kitty Pindar as they explore new areas
of the campus.
"Girls, let's have a party tomorrow!" suggests Peggie
Geoghegan to lunch partners Donna Sticco, Janet
Randon, Clare Pomar, and Connie Ferreira. It doesn't
look as if anyone objects, does it?
Getting acquainted at the Junior-Frosh
party, freshmen Pat Elter and Pat
Cooney talk with junior Maureen Fitz-
September , . . back to school, but
what a school! Pastel lockers and curved
corridors matched the summer moods of
sun-baked Angels. Seniors as well as frosh
needed orientation through the maze of
new halls. Mothers' Guild gave a welcome
tea, and Fathers' Club inducted new offi-
cers and set goals for a busy first year at
the new campus. As the month grew
shorter, tans began to fade and hair began
to darken. Senior SSO members prepared
speeches explaining club goals to pro-
spective members. September also brought
the Bergen Mall County Fair, at which HA
copped second prize for sales. By the end
of the month, most girls found the new
school as friendly a place as Holy Angels,
Junior Kathy Filer reminisces on the "good
ol' days" when she, too, was as carefree as
freshmen Margaret Legato and Linda Eck.
Gathering around HAS booth at the Bergen Mall
County Fair mothers fthe workersl and seniors l just
looking, thank you J hope for a good turnout
Taking it easy after announcement of winners of
Letters of Commendation from NMSQT are recipients
Ellen Fritsche, Deborah Detjen, Eileen Johnson, Chris
Chorney, Beth Eisenman, Jean Barrett, Ruth Ellen
Radics, Diane Melisano, and Susan Craig.
ww aff mm!
The holy sacrifice of the Mass is celebrated for the
first time in the new auditorium.
Underclassmen and their escorts relax
during Mission Dance.
Sacred Heart assembly finds Reverend
Edward Kavin blessing our new statue
of the Sacred Heart as Soclality officers
Maryellen Murphy and Kathy Braun
Glee Club members, under the dire'c-
tion of Sister M. Helene, perform at
October , , . into the groove, but not into a rut!
After diligently scouting around for new hangouts,
seniors soon decided "the brook" took first place
as the perfect CPD haven for browbeaten girls.
Warning slips arrived among the usual groans and
sighs. Juniors suffered through PSAT's, joyfully
remembering that the "P" stands for "preliminary,"
Auditorium seats were finally installed after what
seemed forever. Assemblies got under way quickly,
with Ring Ceremony a most impressive one. Angels
joined their fathers on the new basketball court in
friendly competition. All that was missing during
October was-Moses, on Halloween.
Ladies enjoy themselves as guests of the Mothers'
Guild at the annual card party and tea.
The long-awaited moment arrives at last, as Pat Mc-
Carthy is congratulated by Monsignor Tuite during
Bazaar crowds are in a gala mood.
An impressive silence reigns as Sharon
Scully receives the golden tassle, a
symbol of her induction, from NHS
officers Donna Sticco, Clare Pomar,
and Marion Palen. Waiting their turns
are Susan Craig, Rose Luvera, Mary
Alice Harvey, and Maureen Ullmann.
Fortunes Wheel-Mrs. Melesardi and Dr.
Bonanno check the wheel as hopeful bazaar
patrons pray that Lady Luck smiles on
November . . . month of the long-awaited
Thanksgiving holiday! Report cards were distributed,
and soon afterwards parents became acquainted with
teachers. Bazaar preparations kept everyone busy-
and the results kept everyone happy. Nl-lS inducted
new members and later conducted l-lA's first Inter-
racial Study Dayg Negro and white students sang
together, discussed racial problems, and enjoyed a
buffet supper. Then suddenly . . . December!
Queen Bernie Zorio, attended by Mary
Spillane, Kathy Sullivan, and Fran
Biasi oses for a icture at the HA
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Getting to know long corridors and shiny lockers
The cast ot Seven Nuns at Las Vegas gathers for a group portrait, immediately
prior to curtain time: Mary Alice Harvey, Kathleen Glynn, Carol Rovegno,
Ellen Michaels Melanie Michele, Karen Coccioli, Peggy Gartland, Susan Craig,
Barbara O Neil Jan Schwitter, Nancy Salvatore, Janet Cooney, Ginny Leo, Kim
Mayer Karen Bobrowsky.
Sister Evelyn Marie exudes confidence
as she issues her first pep talk to two
members of the cast of Seven Nuns at
Las Vegas, Carol Rovegno and Ellen
Sister, you might as well put your
holy water away-at this point, l
don't think it will do much goodln
quips Peggy Gartland to Karen Coc-
cioli, as Melanie Michele prepares to
"One tor you, two for me . . , two for you three tor
me . . ." counts Ellen Michaels, as Kathy Glynn
stashes her share of money in her belt
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Drarnalir! Play Servire, Inc.
Betty Boop and company whoop it up on HA's stage
in preparation for Christmas production starring Ginny
Leo, Kim Mayer, Janet Cooney, and Barbara O'Neil.
"Oh, Sister, don't you just love Bishop
Sheen?" sighs Carol Rovegno to Ellen
"Mr, Edelman, l'll thank you to keep
your comments about my kitchen to
yourself," warns Carol Rovegno, as
she brandishes a weapon to make her
words felt-and Karen Bobrowsky
appears willing to comply.
"Away in a Manger" carols the Glee Club
during traditional Nativity tableau, with
Kathy Glynn, Maryellen Murphy, Nancy
Schaberg, and Kathy Braun.
Upperclassmen take a breather while the band does
the same at the annual Christmas dance.
lt looks as if Kathy Holland, Pat Bonnano,
and Maureen Ullmann are having a good
time-but we can't be too sure about Tim,
Phil, and Ed!
Glee Club members sing the joys of
Christmas during performance of l-lA's
December , . . could it be this late already?
Before Angels could look forward to well-deserved
vacations, they had work to do. Seniors and juniors
struggled through College Boards while their "little
sisters" prayed. Mothers and daughters dined at
Patricia Murphy's to the serenade of juniors' guitars.
The "Voice of Christmas" echoed through the school
as girls initiated a new Christmas tradition at HA.
Crowded dance floor makes much movement an im-
possibility-but who's complaining?l
first carol program in Demarest.
Carol Night becomes a lovely reality
nce more as seniors Lucretia Caru- X
sona, Barbara Camilleri, and Pat Gray ,
descend steps to the lobby. l
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January . . . a new year brought new surprises! As
seniors excitedly wrote l966 UD on their testpapers, every-
one settled down to a frantic preparation for January
exams. HA's speech class prepared its entries in the
Veterans of Foreign Wars' "Voice of Democracy" contest,
as Spanish students practiced songs and dance routines
for an Epiphany assembly, January 6. Basketball games
and a second semester of work began. Hopes for a "snow-
day" diminished as the month wore on in unmercifully
good weather. After months of careful planning, the
Fathers' Club held the annual Journal Dance, at the
A little samba never hurt anyone-
and junior Spanish students only prove
that point during their Epiphany as-
New semester-new notebooks! Sally
Smithson and Kitty Pindar stock up at
the bookstore. Sister Aegidia gives
service with a smile.
Congratulating Linda Valentine, HA's
entry in the Voice of Democracy con-
test, are Sister Evelyn Marie, speech
instructor, and Mr. Jules Mangano,
local coordinator of the VFW.
The "Dance of the Ol' Men" comes to life
during assembly through the clever costumes
of frosh Spanish students,
Heads ot the Senior Card Party and Fashion Show-Sitting: Mrs, James Farrell, Mrs. Walter Maguire, Mrs, James Muldowney, Mrs. Joseph
Braun lGeneral Chairmanl, Mrs. Walter Detjen, Mrs. Harold Mayer, Mrs, John Camerlengo, Standing: Mrs. Ernest Klebe, Mrs. Charles Good
win Mrs. William Pavlu, Mrs, Peter Bonanno, Mrs. Harry Murphy lPresidentD, Mrs. Alfred Clark, Mrs. Joseph Ullmann, Mrs. Thomas Cooney
Mrs Muriel Connor lFashion shopi, Mrs. Stanley Ventry.
February . . . basketball season was in tull swing!
As varsity members practiced relentlessly on the
courts, cheerleaders and students provided the desir-
able noise and spirit. Seniors boarded buses for the
Cenacle Retreat House for a weekend retreat. Catch-
ing the Mardi Gras spirit of the Mothers, Guild Card
Party, seniors modeled spring fashions, and helped
to serve at the luncheon. The National Theatre
Company's presentation ot Everyman on HA,s stage
and the open forum which followed entranced the
entire student body. Slightly less professional, but
every bit as enjoyable, the Library Council presented
an assembly celebrating Catholic Library Week.
Upperclassmen held a mission dance on February l9,
and sophomores sponsored a hootenanny the fol-
"I pray you go thither with me, to help to make mine
accountf, Everyman pleads with Kindred and Cousin
in The National Theatre Company's superb production
of the morality EVERYMAN.
During the Library Council assembly,
Linda Valentine poses as Queen Vic-
toria with her "ladies-in-waiting" Mary
Schaeder and Mary Winberry.
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VARSITY-Front Row: Pat Taylor, Barbara King, Pat Durkin, Terry Sabatini, Ellen
Levasseur, Cindy Knight. Second Row: AA President Pat Bonanno, Coach Mrs. Burns,
Pat Rosencrantz, Kathy Connolly, Kay McMenimen, Cathy Ullmann, Moderator Sister
Margarette, Manager Jane DuBois. Back Row: Janet Calabrese, Carol Focarelli, Mary
Carol Van De Weghe, Sue Craig, Captain Patti Byrnes, Janet Maryansky, Sandy Sicheri,
Janet Henry, Jan Schwitter.
The team is onthe war path!"
"Oh, look, look. See the pretty cam-
era,', says timekeeper Pat Salem to
Felicia Marotti. "Where? Where? I
don't see a camera-do you see a
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22 St. Luke's ........... ...... 3 4
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CHEERLEADERS-Front Row: Phyllis Carclinale, Cor-
less DePietro, Betsy Purcell Cmascotl, Donna Nichol-
son, Barbara Elter. Back Row: Mrs. Burns, Kathy
Toomb, Kathy Ventry, Captain Gianina Bazaz, Dianne
Clark, Ellen Fitzpatrick, Sister Margarette.
Speakers' Table: Pat Bonanno, Dr. Peter Borianno, Sister Madeline, Reverend
Henry Zenorini, Mr. Edmund Sause, Alicia Sause, Mr. Harry Murphy, Maryellen
Murphy, Dr. Oswald Roels, Anneka Roels.
March . . . busiest month of all!
History Honor Society held induction
ceremonies, Mr. Guy Calissi, Bergen
County Prosecutor, gave the main
address. With SSO Week looming large
in the minds of everyone, preparations
were made for class colors, songs, and
stage presentations. HA journalists
traveled to Columbia's press conven-
tion, where CHIPS won Medalist. The
annual science fair was presented in the
auditorium lobby for an unprecedented
entire week. NHS members conducted
tours of the new building as eighth
graders registered for September. At-
tending Mass at HA and a communion
breakfast at Tammy Brook, dads and
daughters broke all previous records for
the affair. Also in March, HA hosted
the annual Education Conference of the
Bergen County Catholic Education
After induction of new members in the History Honor
Society, Connie Ferreira and Ruth Ellen Radics pose
with Bergen County Prosecutor Guy Calissi.
Miss SSO l966, Jane Du Bois
Dr. Bonarino introduces Communion Breakfast speaker,
A pause before breakfast-Cclockwisel
Pat La Fiura, Pat Durkin, Andrea
Parody, Mr. George Parody, Mr.
Edward Durkin, Linda Klebe, Mr.
Thomas Sasso, Diane Sasso, Mr. John
Pelligrino, Grayce Pelligrino.
Clancy's Klink-Won't anybody bail us out?
Seated at a table at the Americana
Hotel during the CSPA convention
luncheon, Connie Ferreira, Sister Mary
Ellen, Sister Mary Brigid, Kathy Gart-
land, Ginny Restivo. Standing, Terry
Grosso, Maureen McGuirl, Chris Wav-
potich, Toni Pavlu.
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Clad in authentic costumes, Melanie
Michele, Ginny Leo, and Barbara
O'Neil watch as Maureen Phelan
greets Sue Craig CElizabeth Barrettl
during HA's presentation of "The
Barretts of Wimpole Street."
Four juniors are ready for a wonder-
ful "Oriental Evening" at the Junior
Prom: Peggy Pierce, Bernie Zorio,
Mary Ann Miller, Jane Schmidt.
Senior history students at
the United Nations Build-
Nurse Koch's zeal is contagious as she
pleads, "We need you to further the
work of the CCD!"
Glee Club Concert
May . . . summer is on the way! Glee Club members
spent afternoons and weekends in rehearsal for the annual
concert. Archdiocesan activities came into focus as the
festival of song, religion examination, and art exhibit were
presented. Early in the month CCD sponsored an assem-
bly featuring the dynamic Miss Mary Jane Koch who
shared her experiences as worker in the lay apostolate
with us. SSO members formed committees as the date
of the Bergen County Student Councils Convention at our
campus approached all too quickly. Under the general
chairmanship of Mr. Bernard Gordon, dads continued
their work on Project Lake, determined to have the lake
area completed in time for dedication, May 30.
The pool gets a face-lifting.
"We did it!" smile HA's scholarship
winners. Sitting: Pat Mallory, Mary
Conlin, Maureen Ullmann, Ellen
Fritsche, Jean Barrett, Joanne Cron,
Sue Craig. Standing: Pat Broom,
Connie Ferreira, Jane DuBois, Clare
Pomar, Ginny Restivo, Linda Maestu,
Diane Melisano, Chris Chorney, Beth
Eisenman. Not Pictured: Eileen
Pat Broom takes her last English exam
at Holy Angels.
In the symbolic exchange of office,
Sharon Rogers hands over the gavel
to Anne Spillane, SSO President for
"How angelic can you get?" laugh 12-year Angels, Front Row:
Donna Pucciani, Kim Mayer. Second Row: Pat Goodwin, Ann
Muldowney, Kathy Braun, Pat Schweighofer. Back Row: Gay
Rispoli, Barbara Camilleri, Linda Pucciani, Mary Ann Benedetti,
Jeannette Mignocchi, Gianina Bazaz, Janet Cooney, Maryellen
Murphy, Mary Farrell.
June . . . at last, at last! Even the thought of final
exams could not dampen summer-minded girls. Trips to
the shore and dreams of lazy vacation days blended with
awards assemblies, SSO night, the senior prom, and finally
Looking slightly nervous, but decidedly ready, seniors line up
for graduation ceremonies.
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During a lull in prom festivities, Andy
Ferentinos and her escort, Don Rutten-
burg, take a quiet walk together.
A night for quiet voices finds Bill
Shelley, Mary Carol Van De Weghe,
Corless De Pietro, and Don Duffy at
a table in the Regency Room.
All set for a beautiful night! Top to Bottom: Corless De Pietro and
Donald Duffy, Suzanne Gila and John Kremin, Mary Carol Van De
Weghe and Bill Shelley, Pat Bonanno and Phil Russotti, Andy Feren-
tinos and Don Ruttenburg, Chris von Dohln and Pete Seorgen, Janet
Cooney and Tony Diagonale.
Under the soft glow of a crystal chandelier,
seniors and their escorts dance during a
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Special people' von Dohln, Pat Bonanno, and Eileen Connolly
and their escorts join others at the Bow
Is there anything to he said about a senior class that doesn't
sound trite? We think special eyforts should he gioen special
recognition. Our last year was a year of hrsts: we held mixers,
proclacecl inooies, took san-baths on the grass, anal, on the aca-
demic scene, copped 552,100 worth of scholarships and grants
Michele Christina Aloia
Sun-treader, life and light be thine forever!
AA 2, 3, 45 Library Council l, 2, 3, 45 Sodali-
Barbara Ann Armellino
Happy as the daisies that dance on her way.
AA l, 2, 3, 4, Library Council l, 2, 33
Science Club 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4.
Joan Marie Atkins-on
Life is too important a thing
Ever to talk seriously about.
AA l, 2, 3, 4, Cheering 2, 3, 4g CHIPS lg
ECHOES 4, Gay Pretenders 2, 3, 43 Science
Club l, 2, 3, Sodality l, 2, 3.
Alida Giovana Bach
The inner half of every cloud
ls bright and shining,
I therefore turn my clouds about,
To show the lining.
2, 3, 4, Science Club l, 2, 3, 4.
Mary Jude Barnes
All I ask, the heaven above
And the road below me.
Robert Louis Stevenson
AA l, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 45 Junior Historians'
Club 3, 4, Latin Honor Society 3, 4, Library
Council lgSodality l, 2, 3, 4.
Jean deSaIes Barrett
Blithe to argument I came,
Armed with facts and merry.
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2 3, 4 CCD l CHIPS l, 2, 3, 4,
ECHOES 4, Junior Historians' Club 3, 4,
Science Club 3, Sodality l, 2, 3.
Mary Ann Benedetti
A curiously clear-Cut, candid flower.
l, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, Soclality 2, 3.
Gianina Lynn Bazaz
Light of step and heart was she.
Walter de la Mare
AA l, 2, 3, 43 CCD 4, Cheering 2, 3, 4,
Maureen Theresa Bernard
He has achieved success who has lived
well, laughed often and loved much.
AA l, 2, 3, Science Club 4.
Captain 43 Gay Pretenders 2, 3, 45 Library
Council l, 2, Science Club 2, 3.
Frances Marie Biasi
Where did you get those eyes so blue?
Out of the sky as I came through.
AA l, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 4, Gay Pretenders
3, 4, Glee Club 23 Library Council l, 23 So-
dality l, 2, 4, SSO l.
Linda Jane Billies
To serve her in the ranks of Truth,
May she find all one heart.
Edward E. Hale
AA l, 2, 3, 45 Gay Pretenders 43 Science
Club 3, 4, Sodality l, 2, 3.
Patricia Ellen Bonanno
The world belongs to the enthusiast,
who keeps it cool.
AA l, 2, 3, 4, President 4, ECHOES 43 Gay
Pretenders 2, 3, 4, Glee Club lg Library
Council lg Science Club 2, Sodality l, 2, 3,
4g SSO 4.
Kathleen Mildred Braun
Dreamer of dreams, born out of my due time.
AA l, 2, 3, 45 CHIPS l, 2, 35 ECHOES 49
Library Council lg Science Club 2, 3, Sodality
l, 2, 3, 4.
Patricia Marie Broom Elizabeth Mary Brower
After the verb 'to love', 'to help' is the Though I am always in haste,
most beautiful verb in the world. 1 am never fh 5 hurry,
Baroness von Suttner john Wesfey
AA l, 2, 3, 43 SCle"lCe Club 43 Sodallfb' ll AA l, 2, 3, 45 Cheering 2, 3, 4, Gay Pre,
2, 3, 43 SDGCTVUNW AFT Cllvlb 1.2. tenders 2, 3, 4, Spectrum Art Club l.
Patricia Marie Byrnes
Sagacious, bold and turbulent of wit,
He sought the storms, he, for a calm unfit.
AA l, 2, 3, 43 CHIPS lg Science Club l, 2,
35 Sodality l, 2, 3, 4g Varsity 2, 3, 4, Cap-
Joy Marie Camerlengo
Everything comes if a man will only wait.
AA l, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 4, Gay Pretenders
4, Library Council lg Math Club 43 Science
Club l, 2, 33 Sodality l, 2, 33 Varsity 2, 3, 4.
Lucretia Mae Carusona
Deeds, not words, shall speak me.
Sweets with sweets war not, joy delights in joy. Barbara Ann Camilleri AA 2, 3, 45 CCD 4: ECHOES 4: Liturgy Study
Shakespeare Forward and frolic glee was there Club 4: Science Club 2' 35 Sodallty li Spec'
AA 1, 2, 3, Ageiee Club 3, 4, sodaiify 1. The will fo do the soul to dare. Wm Aff Club l-
Sir Walter Scott
AA l, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 4, Library Council lg
Science Club 2, 3, Sodality l, 2.
Christine Chorney Dianne Marie Clark
The voice of your eyes is deeper . a unique air Of the UH6'XDeCfed-
than all roses. Patrick Dennis
EE' Cummmgs Jane Gloria Cigolini AA l, 2, 3, 43 Cheering 4, Gay Pretenders
AA 1, 2, 3, 4, French Honor Society 3, Gay . . , 3, 4:.Librarv Council is Science Club 2, 3, 4:
Pretenders 2, 3, 4, Sodality 2. img eve' S"'g"'9 as my ?'?"'ef Sod-alifv 1, 2, 3, 415502, 3, 4.
The hand that made me is divlne'.
AA l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 43 Library
Council lg Sodality l, 2, 3, 43 Varsity 2.
Patricia Lynn Clark Maureen Theresa Cleary
Like glimpses of forgotten dreams. I do not understand, I pauseg I examine.
A. L. Tennyson Michel de Montaigne 1
AA l, 2, 3, 45 Gay Pretenders 3, 4, Library AA l, 2, 3, 43 Library Council l, 2, 3g i
Cogncgl lg Science Club l, 2, 3, 45 Sodality Science Club 3, 4gSodaIity 4.
Q 1 1 -
Mary Therese Conlon
Resolve to be thyseIt5 and know, that he
Who finds himself, loses his misery.
AA I, 2, 3, 41 CCD I, 25 Glee Club I5 Science
Club 2, 3, 45 Soclality 4.
Eileen Ann Connolly
Of all those arts in which the wise excel,
Nature's chief masterpiece is writing well.
AA I, 2, 3, 45 CHIPS I5 ECHOES 45 Gay
Pretenders 2, 3, 45 Sodality I, 2.
Janet Florence Cooney
When Fortune smiles, I smile.
AA I, 2, 3, 45 CHIPS I5 ECHOES 45 Gay
Pretenders 2, 3, 45 Library Council I5 Science
Club 2, 35 Sodality I, 2, 35 Varsity 25 Y.C.S.
Susan Mary Craig
Nobody, not even the rain,
has such small hands.
E. E. Cummings
AA I, 2, 3 ,45 CHIPS I5 ECHOES 45 Gay
Pretenders 2, 3, 45 Junior Historians' Club
35 Math Club 45 NHS 45 Science Club I, 2,
35' Sodality I, 2, 35 SSO 45 Varsity 2, 3, 4.
Joanne Colette Cron
I love her for her smile-
Her look-her way
Of speaking gently . . .
AA 45 ECHOES 45 Library Council I, 2, 3, 45
Vera Ann De Lear
Even now and then you meet a kite
with a mind of its own. l
AA l, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 4, Gay Pretenders
Corless Marie De Pietro
Deborah Ruth Detjen
Tis .with our judgments as our watches, none
Go lust alike, yet each believes his own.
AA l, 2, 3, 4g CHIPS l, 2, 3, ECHOES 4,
3, 4, Library Council l, 2, 3, Science Club 3. Lifels perhaps the only riddle
That we shrink from giving up."
French Honor Society 35 Junior Historians'
Club 3, 4g Library Council l, 2, 3, 4, Math
William Guflbeff gut? 4, NHS 3, 4, soaamy 1, 2, 3, Y.c.s.
AA l, 2, 3, 43 Cheering 45 Gay Pretenders 3, ' '
45 Science Club 3, Sodality l, 2, 3.
Karen Anne Dorney
There is society, where none intrudes,
By the sea, and music in its roar.
AA l, 2, 3, 45 CHIPS lg Glee Club 2 3 4'
Sodality l, 2, 3.
1 : y
Mary Bernadette Downey
What e'ver he did was done with so much ease,
In him alone, 'twas natural to please.
AA l, 2, 3, 4, CCD l, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 4,
Libray Council lg Liturgy Study Club 4, Presi-
dent4g Sodality l, 2, 3, 4.
Jane Patricia Du Bois
The brooks laugh louder when I comeg
the breezes rnadcler play.
Patricia Carol Ege
Sweet are the thoughts that savor of content.
AA l, 2, 3, 45 CCD l, 25 ECHOES 45 Gay
Pretenders 3, 45 Liturgy Study Club 45 Science
AA l, 2, 3, 45 CHIPS l, 2, 3, 45 Science
Club l, 2, 3, 4, President 45 So
35 SSO 45 Varsity 35 Y.C.S. 4.
Elizabeth Ann Eisenman
. . . of insights wise,
Graces and modest majesty.
AA 45 BLUEPRINT 45 French Honor Society
3, 45 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 45 Junior Historians'
Club 3, 45 Latin Honor Society 35 Library
Council l, 2, 3, 45 Math Club 45 NHS 3, 4.
, Club 3.
Strong and content, I travel the open road.
l, 2, 3, 45 Library Council l, 2, 35 So-
ity l, 2,
Mary Anne Farrell
You see, my dear, it is not true
that woman was made from man's ribj
she was really made from his funnybone.
James M. Barrie
AA l, 2, 3, 45 CHIPS i5 ECHOES 45 Gay
Pretenders 2, 3, 45 Library Council lg Science
Club 2, 35 Sodality l, 2, 3.
Susan Marie Esposito
Julia Agnes Feehan
She doeth little kindnesses
Which most leave undone, or despise.
AA l, 2, 3, 4g ECOHES 43 Library Council
l, 2, 3g Liturgy Study Club 4g,Sodality 'l, 2,
AA 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 45 Sodality 2.
Patricia McCauley Field
Wit and wisdom are born with a man.
AA l, 2, 3, 4, CHIPS lg Gay Pretenders
3, 4, Library Council lg Science Club 2, 3,
4, Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, SSO 2, 3, 4.
Andrea Dolores Ferentinos
As you are a woman, so be lovely:
As you are lovely, so be various.
Constance Clarice Ferreira
Let such teach others who themselves excel,
And censure freely who have written well.
AA l, 2, 3, 4, CHIPS l, 2, 3, 4, Editor 4,
French Honor Society 3, Junior Historians'
Club 3, 45 NHS 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 45
Science Club lg Sodality l, 2, 35 Spectrum
Art Club 2, 33 SSO 4.
You have to believe in happiness
Or happiness never comes.
AA l, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 4, Liturgy Study
Club 43 Science Club l, 2, 3, 45 Sodality 4.
Jean-Anne Elizabeth Flannery Carol Ann Focarelli
My style and my sentiments are my own
- A friend is a person
purely original, With whom I may be sincere.
Ralph W. Emerson
AA l, 2, 3, 45 CHIPS l, 2, 3, 45 ECHOES AA l, 2, 3.4iCCDl3VaVSlTY 3,4-
45 Library' Council l, 2, 35 Liturgy Study
Club 45 Sodality l, 2, 3, 4.
Ellen Mary Frltsche
I have enormous belief
in the power of a simple,
James Joyce Kathryn Margot Fruhling
AA I, 2, 3, 45 CHIPS 1, 25 ECHOES 4, Edi- Her eyes were deepeffhen fhe depth
45 Library Council 2, 3, 45 NHS 2, 3, Of Wafer Sfllled afevefl.
Sodality lg 45 Danfe Rogseffj
AA l, 2, 3.
Margaret Anne Fry
Come then, expressive silence, muse His praise.
AA l, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 3, 45 Sodality
l, 2, 3, 4.
Susan Catherine Gariano
The young ask much of life.
AA I, 2, 3, 45 CCD 25 ECHOES 45 Science
Club 2, 35 Sodality l, 2, 35 Y.C.S. 3, 4.
Kathryn Regina Gartland
Glad that I live am I.
AA i5 CHIPS l, 2, 3, 45 ECHOES 45 Library
Council 2, 3, 45 Liturgy Study Club 45 Science
Club l, 35 Sodality l, 2, 3.
Margaret-Ann Delia Gartland
A friend may well be reckoned.
the masterpiece of nature.
R. W. Emerson
AA l, 2, 3, 45 ECHOES 45 Gay Pretenders
2, 3, 45 Science Club l, 2, 3, 45 Sodality
l, 2, 35 SSO 2, 45 Y.C.S. 3, 4, President 4.
Peggie Ann Geoghegan
Lo I am happy, for my eyes have seen
joy glowing here before me,
face to face.
AA l, 25 BLUEPRINT 3, 45 CCD 35 ECHOES
45 Glee Club 3, 45 Junior Historians' Club
3, 45 NHS 3, 45 Science Club l5 Sodality
l, 2, 35 Spectrum Art Club l, 2, 3, 4, Presi-
dent 45 SSO 45 Y.C.S. 3, 4.
Suzanne Maria Gila
Tranquillity! Thou better name
than all the family of Fame.
AA l, 2, 3, 45 CCD 25 ECHOES 45 Liturgy
Study Club 45 Science Club 3, 45 Sodality l,
2, 3, 4.
Mary Ellen Gill
Soft as a Stream .... blithe as a fawn.
AA l, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 43 Liturgy Study
Club 45 Science Club 4, Sodality l, 2, 3, 4.
Patricia Marie Goodwin
Life is a jest,
and all things show it:
I thought so once,
but now I know it.
AA l, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 43 Glee Club l, 2,
3, sodausiy 1, 2, sso 1.
Patricia Ann Gray
She is soft and maden-like,
a young woman fair to look upon.
Jane Bernadette Halligan
Example is the school of mankind,
and they well learn at no other
Thomas Carlyle Theresa Catherine Grosso Edmund Bufkf'
AA 1, 2, 3, 49 CIHPS 1, 2, ECHOES 4, Gay secure, whafeef he gives, he gives the best. AA ll 2- 3, 4: CCI? 2, 4: ECHOES 4:
Pretenders 45 Library Council l, 2, 33 So- Club lf 2,314:50d-f1l1w 112, 3, 4-
dality l, 2, 3, 43 SSO 4.
AA l, 2, 3, 43 CHIPS 2, 3, 45 ECHOES 45
Math Club 4.
Frances Mary Hansen
The sun is coming down to earth,
and the fields and the waters
shout to him golden shouts.
AA l, 2, 3, 43 CHIPS l3 Liturgy Study Club
For the gentle wind does move silently,
4, science club 2, 3, 4, Sodality 2. 'nwsfble r - r
Carol Charlotte Hardigan
Mary Alice Harvey
Of young ambition, eager to be tried.
f Robert Frost
AA l, 2, 3, 43 CCD l, 23 Gay Pretenders
3, 43 Junior Historians' Club 43 Library Coun-
cil 33 Liturgy Study Club 43 NHS 43 Science
William Blake Club 23 Sodality l, 2, 3, 4.
AA l, 2, 3, 4g Echoes 43 Gay Pretenders 43
Library Council I3 Science Club l, 2, 33
Sodality l, 2, 3, 4.
Janet Mary Henry
Spring is the mischief in me.
AA l, 2, 3, 43 CHIPS lg ECHOES 43 Gay
Pretenders 2, 3, 43 Junior Historians' Club
33 Math Club 43 Science Club 2, 33 Sodality
l, 2, 33 Spectrum Art Club 23 Varsity 3, 4,
Susan Elizabeth Holahan
Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others
Cannot keep it from themselves.
AA l, 2, 3, 43 ECHOES 43 Library Council
l, 2, 33 Sodality l, 2, 3, 4.
Kathleen Mary Holland Eileen Ann -lohnson
Thou has no sorrow in thy song, Out of the strain of the Doing,
No winter in thy year, into the peace of the Done.
John Logan .lulia Woodruff
AA ly 2, 3, 45 ECHOE5 45 5Cle"1C9 ClUl3 l, 2, AA l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Junior
315OdaliTYl,2,3,-49 Historians' Club 3, 4g Math Club 4g Sodality
T, 2, 3, 41
Mary Ellen Johnson
Her smile was prodigal of summer shine-
Gaily persistent-like a morn In JUI19-
AA 3, 4g CCD 43 ECHOES 4
Margaret Jane Kahler
The time to be happy is now,
The place to be happy is here.
AA l, 2, 3, 43 ECHOES 43 Library Council
1, 2, 3, sodamy 1,2, 3, 4.
Linda Margaret Klebe
To believe in love,
to believe in loveliness,
to believe in belief.
AA 1, 2, 3, 4, cco 2, 3, 41 CHIPS 1, 2,
ECHOES 4, Library Council lg Science Club 3.
Damaris Diane Kourakos Karen Lee Longuel'
I am as certain of my song,
As a wind that carries rain.
And more than wisdom, more than wealth
A merry heart that laughs at care.
Donna Jill Laakso Hef1ryMilman
glib 2' 42' 3: Ubrary Council l' 25 Smence Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds of earth, AA l, 2, 3, 43 Liturgy Study Club 4g Science
' ' And danced the skies on Club l, 2, 3, 4g Y.C.S. 3, 4.
AA 25 Glee Club l, 3, 45 Library Council 25
Science Club 2.
Rose Anne Luvera Linda Susan Maestu
There never was any heart truly great Happiness makes up in length
and generous for what it lacks in height.
That was not also tender Robert ,cfost
Robert Southwell AA 1, 2, 3, 45 Cbeering 45 ECHOES jg
' ' d I' 1, 2, 3, 5
AA 3, ccb 1, 2, 3, 4, Ni-as 4, sso 1, 3, 4. 2gL?,"f?,fg'fQ. ,lj 2' 3' SO any
Margaret Dale Maguire
Rides in the whirlwind and directs the storm.
Patricia Joan Mallory
Order is a lovely thing,
On disarray it lays its wing,
Teaching simplicity to sing.
AA l, 2, 3, 4g Gay Pretenders 2, 3, 4g Library
Council lg Science Club 2, 3, 45 Sodality l,
2, 3, 4.
AA l, 2, 3, 4: CCD l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
l, 2, 3, 4, Library Council l.
Felicia Anne Marotti
See ye not, courtesy
Turning to gold all it touches and tries?
Gewge Memdlth Janet Georgene Maryansky
4' D l' ECHOE 45 S'
QQQQQS-3s0a3lll5 1 Q 3 4-SY.c,s.C'ilCe A kind and Qenfle heaff he had
' ' ' ' ' ' To comfort friends and foes.
AA l, 2, 3, 4g ECHOES 4, Science Club 2,
35 Sodality l, 2, 3, 43 Varsity 3, 4.
Karen Irene Mayer
To fling my arms wide in some place of the sung
To whirl and dance, 'til the white day is done.
AA l, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 4, Gay Pretenders
2, 3, 4.
Patricia Catherine McCarthy
Sleep not, dream notg this bright day
Will not, cannot last for aye.
I have found always some brightness
to hold in trust.
Diane Lucy Melisano
Without freedom of thought
Jeanette Rose Mignocchi
Music is love in search of a word.
AA 1, 2, 35 Library Council I, 2, 3, 45 Science
Club l, 2, 3, 4.
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Pamela Mary Morrissey
Love is that orbit of the restless soul
Whose circle grazes the confines of space.
AA l, 2, 4g Gay Pretenders 3, 4, Science
Club 3, 4, Sodality 2.
Ann R. Muldowney
She left no little things behind
Excepting loving thoughts and kind.
AA l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club lg Science Club 3.
Carolyn Elizabeth Mullich
Cheerful at morn, he wakes . . .
And carols as he goes.
Oliver Goldsmith Jeanne Ellen Murphy
AA 21 31 43 CCD 43 Glee Club 21 3' 4- She labors and laughs and gives.
1 r 1 1
ECHOES 43 Science Club 3.
Maryellen Elizabeth Murphy
Roses, lyou feel certain? will only smile.
E. E. Cummings
AA l, 2, 3, 45 CHIPS i, 2, 3, 4g ECHOES
43 Junior Historians' Club 35 Latin Honor
Society 3g Library Council 'lg NHS 3, 43
Science Club 2, 3, Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, Prefect
45 SSO 2, 3, 4.
Janice Marie O'Connor Mary Ann Therese 0'Leary
To its own impulse every creature stirs.
D And trust myself to theeverlasting
Live by thy light, and Earth will live by hers. l T
miracle of change.
Maffhew Arnold ' , Michael Field
AA 1 2 3 4- ccD 3 4- EcHoEs 4- G Kathleen Ann 0 Connor M41Lm'fQYSfUdYC'Ub4-
Preterfd ' 3' ', . ' . ' . , ' ay . . . She will play with reason and discourse,
ers , 4, Junior Hisorians Club 3, 4g A d H he n ersuade
Science Club 2, 3g Sodality l, 2, 3, 4. n We S Ca p '
AA 2, 3, Gay Pretenders 4, Science Club 2, 4.
Elena Marie Oliveri Barbara Marie 0'Neil
Time's but our playmate Keep me, l DF-BY,
whose toys are divine. In WlSClOm and WHY,
Thomas Higginson That I may truths eternal seek.
James Fields ,
AA l, 2, 3, 4, BLUEPRINT 3, 4, CHIPS l
lg Gay Pretenders 2, 3, 4g Junior Historians'
Club 3, 4, Latin Honor Society 3, NHS 2, 3,
43 Science Club 3, 4g Sodality l, 2, 3, 43
SSO l, 2, 3, 4.
AA l, 2, 3, 43 Science Club 3, 43 Sodality 2, 3.
Marion Antonia Palen
Words, once my stock,
are wanting to commend
So great a poet and so good a friend.
AA 2, 3, 43 CHIPS I, 2, 33 ECHOES 43 Junior
Historians' Club 3, 43 Library Council I, 2, 3,
AAI , ,
4, President 43 NHS 2, 3, 43 SSO 4.
Kathleen Anne Pindar
Born with the gift of laughter
and the sense that the world was mad.
AA I, 2, 3, 43 CCD 23 CHIPS I3 ECHOES 4g
Glee Club I, 2, 33 Library Council I3 Sodality
I, 2, 3.
Clare Muriel Pomar
. , , he most lives
Who thinks most
feels the noblest
acts the best.
AA I, 2, 33 CHIPS lg ECHOES 43 Junior
Historians' Club 3, 4, President 43 Latin Honor
Society 33 Math Club 43 NHS 3, 43 Science
Club I, 2, 33 Sodality I, 2, 33 SSO I.
If the world seems cold to you,
Kindle fires to warm it!
, 2 3 4, CCD 2, 4, CHIPS 2, 3, 4,
Gay Pretenders 4g Glee Club 33 Library Coun-
cil I3 Science Club 2,
43 Sodality I, 2, 3, 4.
Kathleen Anne Porwoll
Liberty of thought is the life of the soul.
Francis Arouet lVoltairel
I, 2, 3, 43 CCD I, 2, 3, 43 Science Club
Donna Lucile Pucciani
Listen. The moon at the unruffled pond stores,
And you sing, you sing.
Ruth Ellen Radics
Give me where to stand
and l will move the earth.
Harold Monro , . . Archimedes
Linda Frances Pucciani
AA l, 2, 3: Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, PfGSideHf , , . . AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CHIPS 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior
4, Junior Historians' Club 3, Library Council Without ITIUSIC, life would beamlsfake- Historians' Club 3, 43 Lib,-ary Council 1, 2, 33
1:S0dal1fy 1, 2, 3: SSO 4- Ffedefffh Nfefzsfhe Mari, Club 4, NHS 3, 4, sodamy 1, 2, 3, 4.
AA l, 2, 3, Glee Club i, 2, 3, 4, Librafv
Council l Q Sodality l, 2, 3.
Janet Claire Randon
And there were many voices vying at the feast,
But mostly I remember yours,
who spoke the least.
AA l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Science Club
l, 25 Sodality l, 2, 3.
Virginia Louise Restivo
Not by years but by disposition
is wisdom acquired.
AA l, 2, 3, 4, BLUEPRINT 3, CHIPS l, 2,
3, 43 Junior Historians' Club 3, 4, Latin
Honor Society 2, Library Council 2, 3, 43
Math Club 45 NHS 2, 3, 45 Sodality l, 2, 33
Spectrum Art Club l, 2, 3, 4.
Gabriella Therese Risp-oli 5l18I'0l1 Therese Rogers
From Compromise The heart to conceive
and things half done the understanding to direct,
keep me, the hand to execute.
Louis Untermeyer Anonymous
AA l, 2, 3, Library Council l, 2, 3, Liturgy AA l, 2, 3, 43 Cl"llPS l, 2, 3, 41 SCiel"CS
Study Club 4g Math Club 45 Science Club Club 3, 43 Sod-3lllY l, 2, 3, 45 550 l, 2, 3,
1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4. 4. Presidenvi.
Patricia Marie Salem Virginia Mary Schaffeld
Talk happiness. The world is sad enough. Somewhere the gods have made for you
Ella Wilcox The woman who understands.
AA 1, 2, 3, 45 Gay Pretenders 2, 3, 4: Patricia Ellen Sassano AA 1 2 3 4 EVe'a'dApp'etO"
Science Club l 2 3 4' Sodality l, 2, 33 . . , , , 3 CCD 3 4- Gay Pretenders
' ' ' ' There are no hopeless situations, 2, 3- GI . A ' ' ,
Y'C'S' 3' 4' there are only men who have ' ee Club 4' Sclence Club l' SSO 2' 4'
grown hopeless about them.
Clare Booth Luce
AA l, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 45 Liturgy Study
Patricia Angelus Schweighofer
l make the most of all that comes,
And the least of all that goes.
AA l, 2, 3, 45 ECHOES 4, Science Club 25
Sodality 2, 3, 4.
Mary Carolyn Shaw
Every joy is gain,
And gain is gain, however small.
Sara Teasdale Robert Browning
Sharon Marie Scully
To be gentle is the test of a lady. AA l' 2' 3' 45 Gay Pretenders 2' 3' 4'
AA l, 2, 3, 43 CCD 2, 3, 45 Glee Club l, 2,
3, 43 Junior Historians' Club 3, 4, Library
Council l 3 NHS 4gSodaIi1-y l, 2, 3, 4.
Sandra Jean Sicheri Susan Marie Smith
Life is not life at all without delight. Be like the sun and the meadow,
Coventry Patmore Which are not in the least concerned about
The coming winter.
AA l, 2, 43 Science Club l, 2, Sodality l, 23 G. B. Shaw
V ' 2, 4.
army AA 1, 2, 3, 4, cco 1, 2, 4, cHiPs 4,
Science Club l, 2, 35 Sodality 2, 3.
Doreen Ann Stevens Donna Marie Sticco
One to be merry with, . . . how rare and strange it is to find a friend
and pleased to meet the morn. who has and gives those qualities upon which
Theodore Roethke friendship llV9S-
Thomas S. Eliot
AA 2, 3g BLUEPRINT 4, Editor 4, Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Historians' Club 3, 4,
Library Council 2, 33 NHS 2, 3, 4, President
43 Sodality 1, 2, 3, SSO 4.
AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CCD 1, 25 Science Club 3, 4.
CI'lfiSfiI13 Mafia sl'0ddaI'f Maureen Frances Ullmann
Learr' we The larger life f0.liVe, Men are polished through act and speech,
To comprehend is to forgive. Each be each,
HenriettaeHeafh0rn . . As pebbles are smoothed on a rolling beach.
Joanne Marie Trecartm .
AA 1, 2, 3, Gay Pretenders 4, Gree Club 1, To Sin to ,au h to dream John T'OWb"d9e
Sclence Club 4' yvalk in rily own gay and be alone AA 1' 2' 3' 43 cheering 2' 3' 49 CHIPS 13
Ed dR ' d Gay Pretenders 43 Junior Historians' Club 3,
mon Osfafl 4, NHS 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, sedenfy
AA 2, 3, 43 Liturgy Study Club 43 NHS 4. 1-2-314255011314
Mary Carol Van De Weghe
. a soul of fire. No dangers fright her,
and no labours tire.
Samuefslohnson Kathryn Ann Venl-ry
AA l' 2' 3' 4: ECI-'OES 4: Science Club 2' On earth there's little worth a sigh
3, Spectrum Art Club l, Varsity 4, Y.C.S, 4. And nothing Wortha tear!
Christine Ann von Dohln
And of all best things upon earth,
I hold that a faithful friend is the best.
AA l, 2, 3, 4, Gay Pretenders 3, 4, Presi-
dent 4, Library Council l, 2, Science Club
l, 2, 3, Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, SSO 4.
AA l, 2, 3, 4, CCD 3, Cheering 4, ECHOES
4, Gay Pretenders 2, 3, 4, Science Club l, 2,
Gail Anne Woods
lt takes all sorts of in and outdoor schooling
To get adapted to my kind of fooling.
AA l, 2, 3, 4, CCD 4, ECHOES 4, Gay
Pretenders 2, 3, 4, Library Council l, Science
Club 2, 3, Sodality 2.
Richley Marie Woods
A sunbearn in a winter's day.
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MICHELE ALOIA CONSTANCE FERREIRA
180 Harrison Avenue, Garfield, N. J. 693 Oak Avenue, Maywood, N. J.
BARBARA ARMELLINO PATRICIA FIELD
572 57th Street, West New York, N. J, 175 Dorchester Road, River Edge, N. J.
JOAN ATKINSON ELDA FLAIM
2039 Hoyt Avenue, Fort Lee, N. J. 2080 Jones Road, Fort Lee, N, J.
ALIDA BACH JEAN-ANNE FLANNERY
1315 Anderson Avenue, Fort Lee, N. J. 1212 83 Street, North Bergen, N. J.
MARY JUDE BARNES CAROL FOCARELLI
97 Haven Avenue, Bergenfield, N. J. 450 Lawton Avenue, Cliffside Park, N. J.
JEAN BARRETT ELLEN FRITSCHE
31 Emerson Street, Cresskill, N. J. 34 Fleetwood Road, Dumont, N. J.
GIANINA BAZAZ KATHRYN FRUHLING
17 E. Linden Avenue, Dumont, N. J. 947 Linden Avenue, Ridgefield, N. J.
MARY ANN BENEDETTI MARGARET FRY
2347 Hudson Terrace, Fort Lee, N, J. 45 Westview Drive, Bergenfield, N. J.
MAUREEN BERNARD SUE GARIANO
69 Birch Road, Dumont, N. J. 49 Stephen Drive, Englewood Cliffs, N. J.
FRANCES BIASI KATHRYN GARTLAND
5 Seneca Avenue, Emerson, N. J. 92 Everett Road, Demarest, N, J.
LINDA JANE BILLIES MARGARET-ANN GARTLAND
60 Everett Road, Demarest, N, J. 465 Fifth Avenue, River Edge, N. J,
PATRICIA BONANNO PEGGIE GEOGHEGAN
21 CODDGII DVIVSI TCYWHHY, N- J- 172 Euclid Avenue, Hackensack, N. J.
KATHLEEN BRAUN SUZANNE GH-A
531 BIOSCI AVENUE. Palisades Park, N- J- 1219 Inwood Terrace, Palisade, N. J.
PATRICIA BROOM MARY ELLEN GH-L
475 BEVEVIY Road, TGBITCCIS- N- J- 1565 Center Avenue, Fort Lee, N. J.
ELIZABETH BROWER PA-I-RICIA GOODWIN
882 Helen SWEET- Teaneclf- N J- 175 E. Clinton Avenue, Tonofly, N, J.
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60 Hlllsmle Avenue' Tcnafly' N' J' 70 Reservoir Avenue, River Edge, N. J.
- - THERESA GROSSO
50 Lafayette Avenue, Cliffside Park, N. J. 80 I-IaZeI Street Dumont N- I
15 Reiner Place, Englewood Cliffs, N. J. JANE HAI-I-'GAN
15 Lexington Avenue, Cresskill, N, J.
220 Clark Terrace, Cliffside Park, N. J, FRANCES HANSEN
6 South Virginia Court, Englewood Cliffs, N. J. CAROL HARDIGAN
136 New York Avenue, Dumont, N. J.
458 Lincoln Avenue, Cliffside Park, N. J
- MARY ALICE HARVEY
JAI2I212Ilgnwood Avenue, Fort Lee, N, J. 9 Benjamin Road, TEYIZIIIYI N- I
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- - JANET HENRY
AZONNOVHW lolh Sheet' Falrvlew' N' J' 1012 Bergen Boulevard, Palisade, N. J.
DIA E CLARK
- - SUSAN HOLAHAN
flijiih DNF North' RWE' Edge' N' J' 832 Blanche Avenue, Norwood, N. J.
P TR LAR
217 aooon Drive North, River Eogo, N, J. KAW'-EEN HO'-LAND
568 Orltanl Place, Tearleck, N. J.
- EILEEN JOHNSON
821 West End Avenue, Palisade, N, J. 24 Drum Avemley Dumont, N. In
56 West Harwood Terrace, Palisades Park, N. J. MARY ELI-EN JOHNSON , ,
139 Summit Avenue, Cllffslde Park, N. J.
519 First Street, Oradell, N, J, MARGARET KAHLER
JANET COONEY 37 Lafayette Avenue, Maywood, N. J.
1104 Buckingham Road, Palisade, N. J. LINDA KLEBE
SUSAN CRAIG 74 Ayers Court, Teaneck, N. J.
261 Eagle Avenue, New Milford, N. J. DEE KOURAKOS
IOANNE CRON 344 Westview Avenue, Fort Lee, N. J.
31 Grant Avenue, Cliffside Park, N, J, IILI. I-AAKSO
VERA Del-EAR 79 Windsor Drive, Dumont, N. J.
439 Lafayette Street, Cresskill, N. J, KAREN LONGUET
CORLESS DePlETRO 463 Catherine Street, Fort Lee, N. J.
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DEBORAH DETJEN 1340 Abbott Boulevard, Palisade, N. J,
459 Nelson Avenue, Cliffside Park, N, J. LINDA SA M E
KAREN PORNEY 73 Joffn StldeetALSt-l-ld Ferry N. J.
112 Harrington Street, Bergenfield, N. J. ' '
MARY DOWNEY - R
so Porter Avenue, Bergenfield, N. J. 85 Wmdsm Cad' Tenelly' N-1
JANE DuBOlS r
I56 Sussex Road, TenafIy, N4 I 21 Oak Place, Bergenfleld, N. J.
PAQ-6lgCIJI!3I3lIEEII,eeII EngIeWOOdI Nl I 835 Winthrop Road, West Englewood, N. J.
ELIZABETH ElsENMAN JANET MARYANSKY
200 Van gwen AVE.,-,UBI Teaneckl N- J, 230 Jersey Avenue, Cliffside Park, N. J.
SUSAN ESPOSITO KAREN MAYER
5 Brook Street, Hackensack, N. J. 267 Forest Road, Fort Lee, N. J-
MARY FARRELL PATRICIA MCCARTHY
57 Lexington Avenue, Cresskill, N. J. 237 Monroe AVGVWI-IG, RIVGI' ECIQOI N- J-
JULIA FEEHAN CHRISTINE McDougald
260 Crocker Place, Haworth, N. J. 23 Suffolk I-H1191 Tenaflyl N- J-
ANDREA FERENTINOS DIANE MELISANO
513 Roff Avenue, Palisades Park, N. J. 465 Broad Avenue, Palisades Park, N. J.
1587 Center Avenue, Fort Lee, N. J.
301 Walton Street, Englewood, N. J.
1344 Oleri Terrace, Palisade, N. J,
62 Downey Drive, Tenafly, N. J.
16 Vincent Street, Hillsdale, N. J.
17 Stanley Street, Dumont, N. J.
126 Van Buren Avenue, Teaneck, N. J.
1217 Sixteenth Street, Palisade, N. J.
22 Inness Road, Tenafly, N. J.
MARY ANN O'LEARY
195 Hillside Avenue, Teaneck, N. J.
555 Winterburn Grove, Cliffside Park, N.
213 Beech Drive North, River Edge, N, J.
1635 John Street, Fort Lee, N. J.
43 Shadyside Avenue, Dumont, N. J.
210 West Main Street, Bergenfield, N. J.
370 Leonard Drive, New Milford, N. J,
305 Elm Place, Leonia, N. J.
727 Northumberland Road, Teaneck, N, J
727 Northumberland Road, Teaneck, N. J
RUTH ELLEN RADICS
135 Howard Terrace, Leonia, N. J.
603 Fermery Drive, New Milford, N. J.
24 Old Farms Road, Woodcliff Lake, N. J
281 Harmon Avenue, Palisades, N. J.
219 Wayne Avenue, River Edge, N. J.
28 DeMott Street, Tenafly, N. J. I
1584 John Street, Fort Lee, N. J.
ll Forest Road, Tenafly, N. J.
247 Harmon Avenue, Palisade, N. J.
41 Leonard Avenue, Tenafly, N. J.
297 Anderson Street, Hackensack, N. J.
315 Slocum Way, Fort Lee, N, J.
36 Marjorie Terrace, Englewood Cliffs, N
145 Chestnut Street, Leonia, N, J.
262 6th Street, Palisades Park, N. J,
9 New Street, Closter, N. J.
392 Spring Valley Road, Paramus, N. J.
55 Maiden Lane, Bergenfield, N. J.
MARY CAROL VAN DeWEGHE
146 Myrtle Avenue, Fort Lee, N. J,
30 Dover Court, Bergenfield, N. J.
CHRISTINE VON DOHLN
247 Lafayette Avenue, Cliffside Park, N, J
11 Central Avenue, Demarest, N. J.
135 Christie Street, Leonia, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ventry
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The BIANCHI FAMILY
NELSON D. BOOKSTAVER PETZOLD OPTICIANS
DR. and MRS. V. J. KEMEZIS JOHN W. TOFFIC, D.D.S.
MR. and MRS. JAMES V. BONANNO
DR. and MRS. PETER J. BONANNO
J. FLETCHER CREAMER, JR.
MR. and MRS. A. J. GARTLAND
MRS. T. J. GRANDE
MR. and MRS. PETER C. GUASTI
HIBNER and COMPANY
JAMES F. HOLDEN
MARIE ANTOINETTE DRESS SHOPPE
MESSMORE and DAMON, INC.
MR. and MRS. JOHN J. O'CONNOR
MR. and MRS. CHARLES D. SMITH, SR
MR. and MRS. WILLIAM WEIDMANN
Alexander's Jewelers Dry-Vin French Cleaners
Atlas 5 and lOp Store Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Gartland
Audrey's Englewood Guerra's Sport Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin F. Browne Hamrah's of Cresskill
Carmen's Barber Shop Haworth Hardware
Community Grocery and Delicatessen Hoebel Florist
Demarest's Meat Market Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Janson
Miss Mary A. Downey Jon Antonio Hairstylists
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. Downey F. Leon - Hair Styling
Art Flower Shop, Inc.
Eileen Barrett '68
Mary Barrett '68
The Bead Box
Bergen Blue Print Co.
Miss Peggy Breitenbach
Mrs. M. Caliguiro
Colony Antique Shop
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crespo
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cudlipp
Mr. and Mrs. J. Czerkawski
Dan Drug Co. Inc.
Mrs. J. A. Daunas
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Davino
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Hoehn
Joe's Record Shop
Joseph's Original Hair Stylists
Mr. and Mrs. Loris Kirikian
Mr. and Mrs. H. Knight
Mangano Hardware Company
The Knight Boys
La Reine of Englewood
Miss JoAnn Martucci
Merritt Circle Cleaners
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mills
Mrs. G. Mistretta
Mr. and Mrs. R. Morone
Mrs. Helen Murphy
Mrs. Raymond Nelan
Mrs. A. Palladino
Mrs. Edwin Palm
Paul Simon Knits
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dewey
Drum Workshop-Drums an
The Elite Delicatessen
Harriet Ofner Elliott
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Farrell
Mr. and Mrs. David Feeley
The Mclntyre Family
Manuel C. Mello
Paul Gae, Hair Stylist
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Pellegrino
F. Silva Printing
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Fritsche
Robby, David and Susie
D. V. Hagen
Joseph J. Pellegrino
Regans Pure Food Bakery
Luis T. Runge
Mrs. Henry E. Stapowick
Regina Margaret Sticco
Mr. and Mrs. T. Sticco
Mrs. Ruth Strickling
Mr. Charles M. Tinnelly
Kathy Toomb '69
A Well Wisher
Mabel A. Weintraub
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wittmer
World of Sports
Mrs. F. Zinader
Arbor Garden Center
980 River Road
New Milford, N. J.
12 Union Avenue
Cresskill, N. J.
Bridal Trends, lnc.
New York, N. Y.
34 North Washington Avenue
Bergenfield, N. J.
29 Demarest Avenue
Englewood, N. J.
Conco Industries, lnc.
The Coward Shoe, lnc.
337 Main Street
Hackensack, N. J.
Cutrupi and Company
Deluxe Quality Cleaners
149 Livingston Street
Northvale, N. J.
130 Hardenburgh Avenue
Demarest, N. J.
Dutch Cleaners, lnc.
515 N. Dean Street
Englewood, N. J.
Eastern of New Jersey, Inc.
Jersey City, N. J.
44 Plauderville Avenue
Garfield, N. J.
Englewood Cliffs Friendly Service
Englewood Cliffs, N. J.
1 North Washington Avenue
Bergenfield, N. J.
474 Cedar Lane
Teaneck, N. J.
Grande Scrap Metals
74-84 Bergen Turnpike
Little Ferry, N. J.
Helene Dress Shop
6117 Harrison Place
West New York, N. J.
Hibner and Co.
691 W. Prospect Avenue
Fairview, N. J.
William J. Hogan Sons
696 Anderson Avenue
Cliffside Park, N. J,
The Holtzman Agency, lnc.
135 So. Washington Avenue
Bergenfield, N. J.
Cliffside Park, N. J.
Hudson Ave. Pharmacy
25 W. Hudson Avenue
Englewood, N. J.
Hudson Drug of Cresskill
60 Union Avenue
Cresskill, N. J.
Hunt Funeral Home
1601 Palisade Avenue
Fort Lee, N. J.
Kocher's Pork Store
' 634 Bergen Boulevard
Ridgefield, N. J.
Log Cabin Service Station
Cresskill, N. J.
Loretta's Card and Gift Shoppe
8414 Kennedy Boulevard
North Bergen, N. J.
T. J. MacDermott Corp.
551 Fifth Avenue
New York, N. Y.
James J. Manolio, lnc.
Englewood Cliffs, N. J.
McCorry Brothers Funeral Home
780 Anderson Avenue
Cliffside Park, N. J.
Fort Lee, N. J.
Messmore and Damon, lnc.
1461 Park Avenue
New York 29, N. Y.
John C. Morris and Sons, lnc.
206 Beacon Avenue
Jersey City, N. J.
N. J. State Marble and Tile Co
756 Middlesex Avenue
Metuchen, N. J.
Norman Funeral Home
268 Kinderkamack Road
Oradel, N. J.
O'Brien's of Dumont, lnc.
102 Washington Avenue
Dumont, N. J.
547 Gorge Road
Cliffside Park, N. J.
Peter-Lisand Machine Corp.
352 River Road
Edgewater, N. J.
43 Mount Pleasant Avenue
Wallington, N. J.
731 Anderson Avenue
Cliffside Park, N. J.
George Schaefer and Sons, Inc
2276 - 12th Avenue
New York 27, N. Y.
The Schneider Pharmacy
17 East Palisade Avenue
Englewood, N. J.
Seilheimer Beverage Co.
257 Hudson Street
Hackensack, N. J.
2 East Palisade Avenue
Englewood, N. J.
659 Market Street
Newark, N. J.
Waltz Time Formals
New York, N. Y.
"333" Wine and Liquor Store
533 Shaler Boulevard
Ridgefield, N. J.
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1301 Willow Avenue
Hoboken, N .J.
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