Academy of the Holy Angels - Echoes Yearbook (Demarest, NJ)

 - Class of 1969

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V 222-' f 'T J 5 W A , 1, I.. . ig? 5 . , V 4 'ls ii 2, Foreword o The sun rising slowly-peeking over his shoulder Its blonde warmth reminiscent of the summers of another era How often we have passed Oblivious of his silent glance That has shared in our joys our sorrows our anguishing search for knowledge How often we have run Hurrying to catch buses Racing to classes On cold gray Winter dawns Y Unaware of the quiet calm that surrounds him .' . . For four yearspnowihe has watched us Freshmen-our minds bright and eager Anxiously anticipating wisdom . . . SeniorsLseemingly proud and secure In our 'unique half-presentfhalf-future world . . For those of us now leaving X He has become the symbol of all that went before us Of all that will come after . . . And so on this last day We look, once more, at him And at our fourtyears . . . O Contents Administration and Faculty . . . 6 Classes and Clubs . . '. . . 1 6 .Curriculum . . . . . 42 Story of the Year . . . 54 Seniors .W . . . . . 80 Senior Directory ...i . . 118 Advertisers and Patrons . . . 120 Subject Index . . . . 131 Looking to leaders, We seek to emulate their Ways. .xi ' 1 fi' X 2 an f Q Q X 5 MI I TRATIO AND FACULTY JQQMM 1 E , x W S ST R SQQEELZELAINE MRS. LINDA CASTELLANO MISS LILLIAN DANNHAUSER Secretary S601'67faTy pffx Administration Ana' Faculty SISTER MARY BERNARDINE Superior MRS. BITA MORELAND Guidance Counselor 9 , Em Nw. K MISS PATRICIA ALBERSE SISTER MARY ANTHONY Physical Education, Varsity Coach Chemistry, Athletic Association SISTER MARY AQUIN MRS. ELIZABETH BEESE Religion, Mathematics Physical Education ,School Spirit Organization REVEREND ROBERT BRENNAN MISS EDITH CAIZZA Religion Religion, English, Speech MRS. EMILY CHINNOCK MRS. CATHERINE COLCAN Mathematics Health, First Aid, Driver Education V SISTER MARY CONCEPTA REVEREND THOMAS DONATO Religion, Spanish, Mathematics Religion Spanish Club SISTER MARY EDNA REVEREND Religion, English RICHARD EHRENBERG Young Christian Students Religion MISS RO-SEMARY ELMO SISTER MARY ELLEN French, French Club Religion, H istory, CHIPS junior Historians' Club MRS. PATRICIA ENGER SISTER MARY EVINA Mathematics Religion, Latin, Stenography Future Careers V0 ri? ali SISTER MARY FELICIAN SISTER FRANCIS MIRIKM Religion, Latin Religion, Home Economics, English Confraternity of Christian Doctrine Driver Education, Soclality I . . M 12 A SISTER GENEVIEVE MARIE SISTER MARY GERMAINE Librarian, Religion, English Religion, Chemistry, Physics, Library Science, Library Council Mathematics, Driver Education Science Club, Math Club SISTER MARY HELENE SISTER MARY HENRICE Religion, Music, Piano, Glee Club Religion, Biology, Science Club Wmgif WW SISTER MARY JEANNETTE SISTER MARY JEREMIAS Religion, English, Gay Pretenders Religion, English, Creative Writing Spectrum Art Club Ml- eee 13 rr" h JLL, ' A 5, fi Wir 4 jf, R M4 X Q L11 I , 2 ie rbi ' nf rfitifi V I jf v f Mini J 'Q , fl ff! , , f I pf! Ja 4 Kldfrfwaflil M 'X SISTER M JOHN de CRUCE MRS GLORIA KAHLER My fl if Xl X, if X, w X Reltgion:1Musio, Music Appreciation School Nurse Home Nursing Pia 7 flfkxr fy i' ff M2 X L 9, .iM!'lv,f J Zfiwff' fief' X J, A 0 X '1 45 ,I - fy riff K fr!! fi V0 " M4 f ISfS ARILYN ,M W Q Ji! 6 H JNL jj SISTER IXILIZEOIZZ LOUISE 0, Liturgy Study Club Ski Club MISS OTTILIA KLENOTA Spanish, Spanish Club REVEREND CHARLES MCTAGUE SISTER MARY MICHELLE MRS. ELEANOR MILLER Religion Religion, French, English Art Appreciation Fine Arte French Club, National Honor Society Spectrum Art Club BL UEPRI N T 14 SISTER MARY NORICE SISTER MARY PAUL Religion, English, ECH OES Latin Y I, ' W cfx 1 .l"lY,"l2, r ' 219' " V! J, I . .C C9 I ID '9 X CEU' Q SISTER MARY RAYMOND SISTER MARY RECINALD Religion, History, Sodality Religion Future Teachers of America .4 . I' I A 3 if - r WW QI! N MISS CELESTE RINALDI MRS. LINDA SIISSON SISTER MARY VITOLINE Mathematics Latin Religion, Mathematics, Typing Audio-Visual Coordinator JUNIOR A-FRONT ROW: Linda Higgins, Pat Scan- lon, Monica Feiler, Peggy Smith, Rose Whooley, Ann Ellen Hines, Kathy Costello, Karen Fey, Terese Melvin, Moira Flynn. BACK ROXV : Carla Spadola, Ruth Miller, Io-Anne Aceto, Mary Anne Namec, Ianet Pisano, Kathy Ferretti, Margie Astudillo. NOT PICTURED: Meg WVitzel. Ioan Della Rosa, Chris Rodgers, Georgine Hirchak, Barbara Colton Rosemarie Mcln re Ph llis Pranzo apolita o. SECOND ROW: Fran Aquino, Cindy ennett, arbara Logue, Pat elisonzi, Kim McIntosh, X onna M cliing Vivian Tarall , D,enis Ramirez. THIRD 'xx 'U' VV' usa alsh, Re ' W Loretta Broeker, ' A g wa , tx v ' .4 ' ' I' ' ' ' YM do ij X - 1 1' A X: X9 Q . JUNIOR B-FRONT ROW: Lorette McNeill, Judy B0- renius, Kitty VanDeWeghe, Donna Fox, Courtney Ix, Barbara Scanlon. .SECOND ROW: Kathy Scoble, Carol Reilly, Karthy Comer, Peggy Brennan, Val Galasso, Angie Lopez-Ona, Margo Klett, Ann Daly, THIRD' ROW: 5 ty 9 y I Louise Fuchs, Ivy Jordan. BACK ROW: Lynne Haber- man, Mary Saigh, Margaret Roels, Mary Waselevvski, Pat Fahey, Tara Greaney, Rita Corbusier, Iosephine Diagonale. NOT PICTURED: Cecille Ferreira. JUNIOR C-FRONT ROVV: Margaret Theysohn, Cath- erine Meroni, Sheila Pearson, Karen Dryzga, Sandra Guasti, Anne Michaels. SECOND ROVV: Ellen Hop- kins, Leonette Richardson, Sharon Julien, Deirdre Daly, Ann McCarthy, Joanne Quinn, Linda Boettcher, Carol Ann Kroese. THIRD ROVV: Dorothy DiVitantonio, JUNIOR D-FRONT ROW: Mary Amoroso, Anne Malewski, Meg MacDonald, Elizabeth Mills, Nancy Visocki, Karen Myhren, Lelia Handy. SECOND ROW: Marcia Walcyk, Mary Louise Clarkin, Catherine Conn, Suzanne Fields, Dolores Hughes, Patricia Michele, Ethel Parks, Ruth Fattori. THIRD ROW: Karen McKay, Catherine Raich, Maryann Shelton, Katherine Meyer. BACK ROW: Margaret Cirino, Linda Murtha, Brenda Krause, Eileen O,Leary, Patricia San Vito, Tina Mueller, Deborah Osgood, Elaine McCinn. NOT PICTURED: Anne Loar. Diane DeMartini, Joanne Schaeder, Nancy Meyers, Jeanette Gioia, Lynn Imperatore, Meredith Moran, Kath- leen Griiliths. BACK ROW: Jane Leonard, Margaret MacFarlane, Carol Cocozza, Deidre Shea, Marcella Lillis, Noelle McGuire, Mary Dulligan, Anne Gilroy, Patricia Covone. JUNIOR E-FRONT ROW: Susan Claesgens, Karen Centoso, Nicora Cangi, Denise Petit, Louise Sonageri, Roseanne Schneider, Patricia Hartney. SECOND ROW: Helen McKenna, Nancy White, Margaret O'Marra, Diane DeVivo, Mary Fanning, Elizabeth NValters, Carol Laraia. THIRD ROW: Jacqueline Wenthen, Pamela SOPHOMORE A-FRONT ROW: Toni Wyrner, Vic- toria Stivala, Cathy Sullivan, ,Susan Steinke, Anne Stout, Deborah Zeleny, Mary Thomas. SECOND ROW: Debra Santaniello, Marguerite Tagliaferro, Virginia Russini, Betty Williams, Marjorie Van Mater, Margaret Warner, Barbara Rogers, Martha VVoods. THIRD ROW: Regina Censullo, Anne Kcmezis, Eileen Molloy, Mary Compa, Patti Pierce, Theresa Quinn, Barbara Broderick. BACK ROW: Noreen Dunn, Coleen O,Connor, Lucia Tabacchi, Lorraine Gordon, Elizabeth Kreps, Louise, Baclaracco, Deborah Marano. Ryan, Kathleen Ring, Julie Vanclerhoven, Ritabeth Tobia, Kristine Ullmann, Katherine Stika, Jeanne Slattery, Barbara Russo, Jane Schauren. BACK ROW: Terry Sause, Ellen Smith, Ilene Shields, Cecelia VVeid1nann, Regina Sibilia, Janet Rutkousky, Josephine Tolomeo, Deborah Spillane, Maria Spola. a 9 -y 153 SOPHOMORE D-FRONT ROW: Eileen Killgallen, Regina Glynn, Nancy Fox, Pat Freemyer, Joanne Hoch- enberger, Janet King. SECOND ROW: Mary Kingsley, Valerie Glesnes, Fran Higgins, Lea Kemezis, Eileen Griilin, Carol Gaffney, Debbie Garrity. THIRD ROW: SOPHOMORE E-FRONT ROW: Marcia McGuirl, Pia Lima, Doreen Massarelli, Debbie Meehan, Patti Lane, Jeanne Massar, Jenifer LaBarbera. SECOND ROW: June Mancuso, Sarah McGough, Regina Leidig, Linda LaPaz, Robyn McDuff, Lesley Marshall, Denise LaViola, Jeanne Lescroart, Michele Mancini. THIRD ROW: Judy Greene, Marina Galasso, Margaret Holahan, Mary- Beth Greene, Liz Gormley, Rosemary Kemp, Lois Hass- loch, Carolyn Kerber. BACK ROW: Sylia Jalil, Michele Gioscio, Linda Hart, Nancy Jones, Barbara Hitscherich, Ruth Hammer, Maria Hoats, Ellen Kiernan. Emily LaMotta, Marilyn McMillan, Kathleen Krauss, Doreen McIntyre, Gloria Lorenzo, Karleen McSherry, Helen Malinka, Cathy Maher. BACK ROW: Ellen Malloy, Ellen McGuire, ,Sue MacDonald, Carol Male- sardi, Maryanne Lapinski, Bernadette Kress, Cathy Mai- rotta, Mary Lenahan, Barbara Liewald. SOPHOMORE F-FRONT ROW: Kathleen Moran, Mary Grace Persico, Bernice Policastro, Irma Palacios, Colleen Murphy, Joanne Misha, Nancy Reid. SECOND ROW: Rita Ragno, Rochelle Petruzzelli, Angela Palazzo, Lauren Musto, Mary Power, Linda Melillo, Margaret Restivo, Maureen O,Brien, Geraldine Powers. THIRD FRESHMAN A-FRONT ROW: Michelle Aquino, Maureen Atkinson, Mary Alice Britz, Anne-Carroll Beese, Margie Brower, Margaret Bralla, Sally Capalbo. SEC- OND ROW: Mary Beckerle, Connie Bottie, Diane Alex- ander, Donna Ciccolini, Michele Brennan, Jeanne Beau- gard, Megan Brody, Denise Buscilano. THIRD ROW: ROW: Maria Picariello, Deirdre Meehan, Claire Ba- Inundo, Nancy Quinn, Diane Oakley, Mary Ellen Mills, Barbara Plantz, Margaret Pacheco. BACK ROW: Betty Muller, Florence Pisano, Jane Morgan, Barbara Mento, Patricia Murphy, Kathy Rauth, Kathleen O,Neill, Rita Mladinich, Eileen O'Connor, Denice Miller. Meryl Burre, Stephanie Bille, Sherry Beltramini, Carole Cefaratti, Rosemarie Adamiak, Bernadine Babnis, Elisa Censullo, Patrice Caruso, Julia Bonelli. BACK ROW: Angela Cardinale, Michele Cascelli, Maryann Armandi, Theresa Biasi, Annemarie Burke, LynnRose Campanella, Ioanne Carenza. FRESHMAN B-FRONT Row: Mary Gallagher, Maria Falcone, Janice Eberhardt, Holly Ford, Kathryn Fulfs, Jane Filipowicz, Mary Ann Duffy. SECOND ROW: Diane DeRocckis, Mary Doyle, Joanne Ganley, Helene DeVivo, jane Fuller, Beth Dorigan, Theresa Giambona. THIRD ROW: Peggy Delehaunty, Denise Dapelo, FRESHMAN C-FRONT ROW: Lauren Jordan, Virg- inia Malloy, Kathleen Heide, Kathleen Healy, Marilyn Hassloch, Anastasia Johnston. SECOND ROW: Susan Kloehen, Karen Guerra, Marian Landers, Leigh Hoinash, Elizabeth Johnson, Marianne Giovannone, Bonnie Hague. THIRD BOW: Toby Maglio, Patricia Healey, Maureen Kathleen Decker, Noreen Collins, Elizabeth Costello, Mary Donahue, Margaret Furey, Cynthia Gilroy, Mary Iane Fink. BACK ROW: Silvana Garritano, Elaine Gila, Shiela Doherty, Anita Filice, Debbie DeFabees, Ellen Enright, Denise DiNoia, Lois Esquivar. Harrison, Patricia Kearns, Pat Gratzel, Manona Hammer, Debra Leonard, Amy Jordan, Mary jo LoNano. BACK ROW: Megan Huddleston, Barbara Hobens, Patricia Hughes, Anita Karpowich, Loretta Knauer, Mary Beth Hennessy, Irene Mariani. NOT PICTURED: Andrea Giordano. FRESHMAN D-FRONT ROVV: Jody O,Brien, Louise Neville, Barbara Murphy, Janet McCready, Maryanne Murphy, Nancy Perlowski. SECOND ROW: Io-Ann Reteguiz, Kimberly Monahan, Maria Mulder, Linda Raggi, Rosemarie Motta, Sandra Petruzzello, Betty Ann Powers, Irene Plunkett. THIRD ROW: Margaret Ring, FRESHMAN E-FRONT ROW: Grace Roe, Debbie Schroeder, Catherine Smith, Susan Walenza, Deirdre Sykes, Patricia Waleyk, Mary Rodgers. SECOND ROW: Mary Ann Zink, Mary Tucker, Catherine Stanzione, Ellen Tensfeldt, Kathy Slattery, Kathy Vevoda, Mary Thomas, Diane Schwitter. THIRD ROW: Audrey Walker, Eliza- Mary McCarthy, Susan McManus, Barbara Ricigliano, Stephanie Nesi, MaryBeth McGovern, Christine Poraw- ski, Dianne Massarelli. BACK ROW: Maureen Meehan, Andrea Pellegrino, Marguerite McGettigan, Kerry Mc- Mahon, Melba O'Connor, Josephine Petrella, Celestine Pallag, Laura Massar, Maria Raccuia. beth Zucehet, Theresa Wynne, Denise Russenberger Susan Schmitt, Debra Russenberger, Maria Santisteban Penelope Wright. BACK ROW: Mary Ann Shingelo Mary Stanzione, Annmarie Sirnonetti, Rosemarie Sinisi Susan Wagner, Maureen Tooman, Katherine Santangelo Maria Tolomeo, Lynn Sterett. : 9 SS 0 crusadea' for Splflf Discussion in progress-the SSO de- voted much of its time this year to J, ,f 4 fi, my AX fffor- ffl, We fflf NVQ C 'V731 reappraismg the detention system. The School Spirit Organization had been elected by the student body for a special mission. This was to awaken the dormant school spirit inherent in every angel. They began with eager- ness and energy, and managed to retain both throughout the year. Oflicers of the club partici- pated in monthly meetings of the Bergen County Student Council, and several were chosen to represent HA on County Government Day. Com- mittees met Weekly drawing plans for revising and updating the rules. On Friday afternoons, repeated offenders of SSO regulations were pros- ecuted by a student court, and released with the injunction "Go and offend no more." The efforts of the organization culminated in SSO Week, held during March. Enthusiasm ran high at the activities of this Week-AA Day, senior motorcade, bulletin board contest, and many others. In June, senior members of the SSO confidently handed down their offices to underclassmen, proud of having accomplished a diHicult objec- tive. Attempting to outreach a St. Saviour B ogponent, Pat Rosenkranz gives her L a ' 11 12. f Q ly , Wiflf! A Q is ff Q-A-ff? 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Q, fg4...i.i . Q., Y. . E. k.,4..4sa 3. R. +1 JE LY Wa I My f MJ uri: f f J .tit-H-fa . J -Q, Q' Secretary Regina Woods and Presi- dent Kay McMenimen prepare for the big game of the season as Varsity Manager Ginger Kozak and Vice Pres- ident Mary Compa look on. AA challenged amateur athletes Because of the universal appeal of sports whether participation be physical or vicarious, the Athletic Association boasts the largest mem- bership of any club in the school. AA provides a strong intramural program featuring all sports and continuing through the academic year. Competition for class trophies is keen and spirit abounds at these after-school games. The AA sponsors an Alumnae garne, a Faculty game, and two F ather-Daughter games. The latter Father- Daughter game this year introduced a cheering squad composed of mothers. This game, too, saw the presentation of Reeba the Rabbit to Junior C for selling the most tickets to the game. The AA brought its activities to a close With the traditional Varsity Tribute. Cog: 9475!-L Ga -R. Ignoring such trivial luxuries as lunch, Editor Reena Rag- gi, Literary Editor Jenny Ofner, Business Manager Janice Rogers, and Photog- raphy Editor Eileen Wynne slave to meet the deadline of ECHOES '69, ECHO S recorded seconds and called it cz year Members of the ECHOES' staff listen attentively as Mr. Ball, our printer, explains the techniques used in laying out a yearbook. A school soon to enter its 90th year and yet having just linished its 4th is certainly unique and a reasonable amount of pride was under- standable. But the spirit of 369, of those iirst four years at the Demarest campus, has proven so overwhelming that the ECI-IOES '69 staff has found it difficult to capture in a short 132 pages. But determined, we busily scribbled down new ideas and techniques as We attended the various lectures and Work- shops offered during the fall at the Columbia Scholastic Press Association Yearbook Con- vention. Our goal was to recapture, if possi- ble, our Medalist rating. Winter snow days found us busily Writing May and June copy as We strove to complete the Story of the Year. March roared our deadline date. Layout, pictures, and copy were feverishly checked as We strove to complete the book. Waiting only long enough for the seniors to compare the Demarest years to Camelot, ECHOES '69 was sent to the printer, its staff hopeful of an early delivery. Managing Editor Lynn' Hoi- nash, Editor Joan Russo and Publicity Manager Liz Kress Work to produce CHIPS While News Editor Chris Ferreira takes some time off. CHIPS kept itsjingers on the pulse ofthe school CHIPS conquered the challenge of change and maintained its top Medalist rating. Pub- lishing the nevvspaperis live issues for the iirst time in offset, the Editorial Board also initi- ated a beat system to insure better coverage of campus nevvs. Accompanied by Adviser Sister Mary Ellen, delegates attended the Catholic Publications Conference at Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, Where the staff pre- sented a methods, demonstration. In the midst of combating printer problems with a trouble- some February issue and launching the under- classmen April journalism issue, the Editorial Board attended the 45th Annual Columbia Scholastic Press Convention, with its luncheon at the Waldorf. Also in March, Editor Ioan Russo moderated a Quill and Scroll assembly featuring a member of the State Department as guest speaker. The editor and adviser at- tended a dinner in May sponsored by The Record to honor high school journalists. Aspiring Soph Page Editors Donna Dorney, Mari- anne Capone, Iodee Tolomeo, Barbara Mento, Vivian Chen, and Barbara Hitscherich survey the dummy pages of the newspapefs April issue. Hi Late on a Friday afternoon, Editor Ellen Frei Ccenterl proofreads the Hnal draft of "Blueprint" with heads of staff Iudy O,Brien, Chris Ferreira, Chris Kelly, and Iudi Tiren. BL UEPRI T captured student creatzvzty Just back from a summer of "observing', and nexperiencingf the staff of BLUEPRINT expressed their various reactions in prose, poetry, and art. The executive staff made a major publications change, deciding to publish the literary magazine only once a year with supplements appearing throughout the other months. To spur interest in the literary magazine throughout the school, the staff sponsored a short story and poetry contest, With the five Winning pieces appearing in the fall sup- plement. In March, members attended the Columbia Scholastic Press Association Convention in New York. Upon their return, they im- plemented the theories and methods they had learned. As the deadline for the major issue approached, the year's best efforts were selected for publication. Under their new moderator, Sister Michelle, the girls have made the literary magazine a success as print style Was updated, color bloomed in the art vvork, and, layouts became more dramatic and eye- catching. NHS invited excellence This year the National Honor Society entered into its tutoring pro- gram enthusiastically. Members coached students in many subjects ranging from Algebra to Spanish to American History. The November induction ceremony dazzled its audience of Angels and parents by alternating scenes of America and her people on three screens, with accompanying narration by NHS members. The Glee Club added a further patriotic note to the proceedings, both in their costume and in song selections. Throughout the year NHS girls served as ushers for plays, concerts, etc. and at the end of March they, along with SSO oflicers, welcomed the class of '73 on Registration Day. On the balcony overlooking an empty auditorium, NHS Vice President Pat Grady, President Elaine Wolf, and Secretary Denise Italiano prepare to distribute programs for the Christmas play. With the Spring Concert in mind, Clee Club Business Manager Chris Camerlengo, President Marybeth Schwitter, Vice President Cathy Rosen and Secretary Mary Amoroso select possible songs for the program. After September, the nervous month of tryouts was over. The Glee Club members settled into their routine of Monday and Wednesday prac- tices. New members debuted at the National Honor Society induction in November. This year Christmas at HA wasn't accompanied by the tra- ditional Carol Night. Instead, the Glee Club, joined by the three religious organizations: S0- dality, YCS, and CCD, staged a colorful and song-filled holiday assembly, which they hope Will become a permanent part of Angels' life in Demarest. March saw members returning to Xaverian High School in Brooklyn for another Weekend of laborious rehearsals and Workshops with member schools. The informal get-to-geth- ers, the Work and play, but, above all, the grand concert presented by all participating schools at the Choral Music Festival climaxed a memorable three days. Following the festival, the Clee Club turned their full attention toward making the Spring Concert a most delightful and refreshing evening. Finally, our appearance at Commence- ment Exercises ended a full year of song. lee Club blended the old with the new The Glee Club lends its voice to the NHS induction cere- monies. Dress rehearsal for "A Christmas Carol," Ann Mc- Guire, Geri Rendine, Lynn Hughes, and Kathy Magee portray businessmen discussing the late Ebenezer Scrooge' Pulling strings to launch another Gay Pretenders Macabre spirits in soft blue lights, a dozen children racing to the shrill command of a Whistle-such were the makings of a highly successful season for the Cay Pretend- ers. Early autumn saw actors rehearsing three short moral- ity plays Which provided the impetus for discussion in sophomore, junior, and senior religion classes. The light snowfall of early December set the mood for the presenta- tion of Charles Dickens, yuletide classic, A Christmas Carol. The large cast and various staging problems of this play enabled junior and sophomore members to take a larger part in this production than they had in past dramatic offerings. Responding to invitations by Rutgers University and the American Legion, members of the club represented Holy Angels in poetry reading and original oratory com- petitions, distinguishing themselves particularly in the latter category. The 1920's were revisited on April 18th and 19th as the Gay Pretenders climaxed the year with the light comedy Cheaper by the Dozen given before "standing room onlyi' audiences. Checking on new additions to the library's history section are Vice President Pat Miney, Secretary Debby Osgood and President Ann Malcolm. Besides developing an increased interest in good literature among the members, the Council attempted to communicate this interest to all students at the Academy, using some very novel approaches to attain this objective. L.C. members helped with the general running of the library, giving service both in the morning before school and also in the afternoon. Continuing a project started last year, members are in the process. of completing a total reorganization of the periodical section in the library. At Thursday meetings groups planned and presented programs and skits dram- atizing some of the newer books. They also sponsored a poster campaign, the results of which provided a line display in the lower corridor. During National Library Week in April, club members arranged an effective book exhibit in the auditorium lobby. The year,s activities climaxed in an impressive ceremony at which suc- cessful sophomore probationers received the coveted Council pin. Library Council revitalized itsebf LC members Jeanette Gioia and Barbara Broderick unfurl their six foot poster for Sr. Genevieve Marie. It was one of many which appeared around the school during National Library Week. Science Club encouraged experimentation Science Club, with its divisions of Biology, Medical Careers, and Photography, is devoted to exploring the intricacies of scientiiic discovery and research. Each section has its own modera- tor and chairman, but once monthly the entire club combines for a general meeting. Guest lec- turers, Elms, panels, and demonstrations are featured at these general meetings. At a recent general meeting Sister Mary Clare, O.S.F., Med- ical Technology Coordinator at St. Iohn's Uni- versity, addressed the group on careers in phar- maceutical and paramedical sciences. Sponsor- ing a school assembly in iirst semester, Science Club presented a member of the New Jersey Narcotics Squad who gave a very informative lec- ture on "Dangers of Narcotics? Bright lights and flashes of silver and gold abound as the Science Club decorates the school tree. Reviewing the discussion topic for this month's general Science Club meeting are 'Secretary Eileen O'Leary, President Millie Chiccone, and Vice President Grayce Pellegrino. Vice President Regina Ivory and President Sarah Pagnozzi prepare one of many display panels for the annual art show. Art remains a refuge of freedom in the restricted, im- personalized society of today. And so, on Tuesday after- noons, those at HA with an urge to express, converge in the art lab. The size of the club has made it advisable to divide the girls into two sections, each with its own moderator. During the first term the members experimented with various techniques in ceramics and block printing. The second term was mainly devoted to fashioning batik ban- ners. The felt and burlap creations resulting enhance various areas of the school. This year, the artistic element of the school had a wide range of media to further their originality. Art Club promoted seH expression One of the first steps toward a batik banner the creation of the design, is being com pleted by Marianne Alberse. Preparing for private Mass in the Oratory are Liturgy Study President Barbara Duggan, Secre- tary Pat Dennison, and Vice President Ellen Brink- worth. Liturgy Study Club delvea' into the rites of worship The Liturgy Study Club is an organization dedicated to under- standing the contemporary Church. Club members come closer to this goal at every Friday afternoon meeting through animated dis- cussions on timely issues. Christmas saw the group sponsoring a card drive for the prisoners of Sing Sing, and representing the "Christ who Will come again" in the Clee Club holiday assembly. By Way of im- plementing the recommendations set forth by Vatican Council II, the club members attended an Ecumenical Symposium at the Greek Orthodox church in Tenaily. Finally, the Liturgy Study Club rounded out the yearis activities with a late spring assembly. The Senior retreat at Long Branch is planned in advance by -Sodality Treasurer Ruth Fattori, Prefect Terry Glynn, Secretary Anne Gilroy and Vice Prefect Cathy Moes. Deeply concerned with the spiritual Welfare of all the students, the Sodality seeks to foster personal holiness through devotion to Mary. Renewing their dedication to the Sacred Heart, homeroom presidents lighted symbolic candles at an October 25th Sodality assembly. The emphasis shifted to the social on October 18th as freshmen and sophomores attended the annual mission dance. The feast of the Immaculate Conception was commemorated again this year at an assembly Where Senior Sodalists spoke on the various shrines through- out the World consecrated to the Virgin. An early Father-Daughter Communion Breakfast held on March 16 created a special occasion for angels and their dads to participate in a formal event. The Senior Retreat gave the girls a last chance for silent meditation before leaving Holy Angels. The still damp sand and crisp surf of Long Branch proved an ideal spot. The exchange of officers on May 16 guaranteed the continuation of this, the oldest spiritual organization at AHA. Sodality cultivated spiritual growth Two and one fourth cookie and eight and one third ounces of soda per couple were rationed out at the Soph-Frosh Mission Dance but nobody at this table seems to mind the meager fare. CCD hebed spread the "word" "And your guardian angel sits right there," points CCD President Terry Spola as she and Vice President Laurette McNeill and Secretary Marianne Clarke conduct a model class with Kathy Rosenkranz as pupil. Chatting with members Moira Fynn and Rosemarie 'Motta is Rev. L. Denebow, one of many speakers to address the CCD. In the field of catechetics, the young laity are assum- ing increasing importance. To prepare students to help the Work of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine in their local parishes, the Holy Angels CCD offered a course in teaching techniques to its members. Girls learned the importance of audio-visual aids and their most effective use as they presented model lessons at the Weekly Workshop meetings. To enrich their own religious backgrounds and to gain an insight into the practicabilities and possibilities of the CCD program, club members heard several guest lecturers address them on various phases of the CCD and kindred topics. Some of the speakers were Rev. Ioseph Flanagan, CCD Di- rector for Saint Theresais in Cresskillg Rev. Leonard Danebow, who pilots the CCD program in Fort Leeg Sister M. Geraldine, a Missionary Helper of the Sacred Heart, who does extensive Work with exceptional chil- dren, and Rev. L. Kim, now With the Bethany Methodist Church in Fort Lee, who spoke of his recent missionary work in Korea. As a combined public relations gesture and publicity measure, the CCD sponsored an assembly on April 25 at which members presented the organiza- tion's functions in graphic detail. YCS helped Christian social awareness Observe, discuss, reform-whether on the local, state, or national level-this is the credo of the Young Christian Students. Annually expanding its apostolic objectives, the club has carried out many activities which were conceived at the weekly discussion sessions. In October, members celebrated a private mass in the Oratory with Reverend Roy Selenske, receiving the Holy Eucharist under both species. lntensely conscious of the worldis unfortunates, the YCS sponsored a "white elephantv sale in November, the proceeds of which were sent to Jesuit missions. Throughout the year members sought to increase their social awareness through attendance at week-end training sessions. The club concluded the year with a medical drive for the Tom Dooley Foundation. While. YCS members eagerly par- ticipated in many worthwhile programs, they invariably emphasized the importance of their weeklyr meetings, for it is through the animated exchange of ideas that members best learn: to bring about effective Christian social changer in the everyday societyl in which they live-P , p T P y Scanning an article in the YCS magazine which highlights the theme for the year, "Review of Life," are oflicers Vice President Pegeen Downey, Secretary Joanne Quinn, and President Lou Ann Gartner. Future Careers Club ofhcers-Vice President Pat Belisonzi, Secretary Louise Badaracco, and President Patti Pierce examine guidance materials. This new addition to HA's clubs achieved immediate popu- larity with the girls. lnstructive films on skiing were offered at the meetings until the first trip to Great Gorge in january. Most of the girls, though out- fitted like pros, trudged oil to the beginners, slope. After sev- eral subsequent trips here and to Hunter Mountain, they were ' ready for the beautiful sun and powder snow at Gore Mountain, when the club concluded its yearis activities with a weekend trip there in March. Casuality List broken wrist ., .,,5,,7,,,7 ,.., ,, , , w, ,, ,K -,,-,-- 1 broken leg ., ,,,,..A ,w,...7 , n., ,.,,,,. ,. -,,,,., 1 ripped ligaments and muscles ,.,e,e se,..-. 3 sorely myured pride ,.e7,,e,e.,...e,..,...,e,,7e...ee,.,.,..., 150 Two other clubs, initiated last year but coming into their own this year, are Future Teachers and Future Careers. Both organiza- tions sponsored many excellent guest speakers throughout the year. Films also aided the purpose of the clubs. FTA members con- ducted model classes and welcomed the con- structive criticism of their peers. They also held two Faculty Teas, at which members not only hosted with graciousness but also enter- tained with song. Naturally, April was ob- served as Teaching Career Month, and soon after these two clubs closed with the usual parties. New Clubs satisfied new interests Two days before the year's worst blizzard, Ski Club President Doreen Weidmann, Vice President Regina Ivory, and Secretary Jeanne Lescroart began their "Think Snowi' campaign. Preparing for the second fac- ulty tea sponsored by the Future Teachers Club are Vice President Pat Scanlon, Secretary Ellen Hines, and President Pat Rosenkranz. Searching for Wisdom and knowledge We End it placed Within our grasp. CURRICULUM I The last purple candle of the Advent wreath is lit as Sr. Aquin and her homeroom complete their holiday observances. eligion Department revitczlizes its courses This year the Religion Department revamped both the basic materials used in the courses and the method of reporting achievement. Most levels saw a departure from traditional texts in favor of a weekly magazine, Hi-Time, supple- mented, especially on the senior level, by current paperbacks in the Christian Experience Series. To allow a broader scope in evaluating Religion as more than an academic subject, the Depart- ment adopted the E C excellentj, S Q satisfactoryj, and U Qunsatisfactoryj System. Encouraging an even wider use of audio-visual aids in the religion courses, the Department increased its collection with some particularly line series of Hlmstrips with accompanying rec- ords. Each series aims to create an awareness and responsiveness to the changed conditions of life in our contemporary society. Five priests continue to lecture weekly on each level, enriching and coordinating the total pro- gram. With emphasis on the small group, weekly homeroom celebrations of the liturgy in the Oratory continued and monthly, the school gath- ered to oi-fer Mass together in the Auditorium. While the changes in the Religion Department are generally conceded to be a step forward, experimentation with new materials, methods, and techniques will continue as the Department seeks to meet the increasing spiritual needs of the students. 44 Day of Recollection activities climax with a concelebrated Mass for all students. English Department sponsors student trips Impressions of a lazy afternoon at the lake area are recorded by Creative Writing class members Bobbi Dunn, Chris Ferreira, and Sharon Smith. The English Department stresses individual approach to ideas, and objective analysis of litera- ture with subjective twists of interpretation. It is HA's haven of discussion from tentative freshman questioning to heated debate over an Arthur Miller classic in the senior AP class. It is also the English Department that sponsors the monthly film master- pieces which are so thought-provoking. This pro- gram is extremely popular with the student body, since periods are shortened to accommodate the films in the afternoon. This year the Department arranged for two trips to the Shakespearean Festival Theatre at Stratford, one to Looeis Labors Lost in November, and again in May to Henry V. The former presentation especially interested the girls since the comedy was produced in mod style. To further increase the emphasis on the visual, the Department planned two theatre parties to New York for showings of Charly and The Shoes of the Fisherman. This year's limiting of the Creative Writing course to eleven girls enabled it to be con- ducted rather informally, and the class often availed itself of the beautiful campus by writing in the Held by the lake. In both the required college prepara- tory English courses on all levels as Well as in AP English, Creative Writing and Speech, the Depart- ment's aim is to increase the studentis perceptions, to deepen her sensitivities, and to increase her effectiveness in oral and written expression. Deep in thought, Sr. Norice's senior English class delves into the complexities of Hamlet's first soliloquy as they listen to Richard Burton's sensitive interpretation. History classes present the conflicts of o complex society Lynn Sterett and Mary Hennessey set up the projector in preparation for a Elm-strip in World History class. Brief glimpses of the past, the present, and the future coalesce in the required three-year history pro- gram planned for the students by the History Depart- ment. Freshmen study VVorld History, making Wide use of such supplementary aids as Hlmstrips, original slides, prints, reproductions, and various realia. A note of contemporaneity for the course is provided by a Weekly magazine World Week. On the junior level, girls begin an in-depth study of our own history. The course, American History I, covers from pre- colonial days to World War II. The most popular of the courses is American History II, required for sen- iors. While there is a text, most of the information is culled from lectures and documentary Elms. A trip to the United Nations in the spring usually coincides, with the beginning of the discussion on the future social and economic problems faced by the modern world. As a finale to the senior course, a group of selected students participated in a Youth Forum at Lincoln Center. "The name Schickelgruber just lacked that certain charisma," quips Miss Kirschner in her refreshingly sarcastic manner to Chris Murphy and Judy Erernin. Language classes stress familiarity with neighboringnatzons Young Americans are gradually becoming more World-and-language conscious, and HA,s Modern Language Department has undergone major changes. For the lirst time, a fourth year in French and Spanish was made an option, and both classes were filled. Literature is emphasized, with many audio-visual aids to supplement the course. Another innovation this year Was a four-day trip to Quebec for French students. Pledges were required of the girls at the outset to the effect that they would "parlez seulement en francaisf and speak French they did, using the trial and error method. Laurentian Mountains provided a majestic background as they explored local restaurants and charming inhabitants. As for classical languages, ex- perimentation With introducing Latin in sophomore year has been abandoned in favor of the original pro- gram Which initiates students into the language as freshmen. The expanding language department is assuming increasing importance to the school, and to students. or gListos? 1Ya!-dice Hermana Concepta a las alumnos de espanol. "Quebec est si beau au printemps! jiespere qu'on ne se perde pasll' says Cathy Sullivan to Barbara Reid and Pat Miney as they con- template the map for their Easter Trip. Chem Study students, Marcia Walcyk and Sheila Pearson make a compara- tive study of silver and copper ions and their relation to moles of elec- trons. Science classes spark interest in the unknown "Are you sure you're supposed to cut the aontic vein?', asks Ellen Maw- hinney of Ellen Merletto as JoAnn Eliason holds the specimen secure in AP Biology. 48 The Science Department continued to expand its Held of ollerings. Sophomores study first year biology, and are aided in their explorations by I-ine lab facilities and ready access to the many natural sources of specimens in the campus lake area. Juniors may select Modern Chem- istry, Chem Study, or Physics. Seniors may also choose one of these courses, or they may select a second year of biology. Offered for the first time this year, the Advanced Placement Biology proved to be a most interesting and challenging course. Another "Hrst" for the De- partment Was the participation in the F airleigh Dickinson University Science Symposium. The Academy was represented by two juniors and two seniors with Ann Hibner as one of the few selectees from all secondary schools in the state to read a paper. Mathematics courses in AHA range from Algebra I, in which Theresa Biasi and Joanne Carenza plot the graph for a simple linear equation, Math classes sharpen mental powers Senior Pre-Calculus, where a complex function is being graphed by Pat Karlson and Ann Hibner. tO... The Mathematics Department has planned an integrated three- year progression in college preparatory mathematics. Freshmen come to grips with simple equations in Algebra I, and sophomores covulate the equations with planar figures in Plane Geometry. Juniors may either continue the sequence With the study of polynominals and fundamental functions in Algebra Il, or they may select Business Mathematics. Seniors have the option of taking Mathematics IV, which includes a half year of trigonometry, or they may undertake a deeper study of trigonometry and analytic geometry in the Pre- Calculus course. Music ana'Art: channels to the ultimate Fine Arts student Pat Johnson creates in silence. The Music Department at HA offers a four-year program for all students. It at- tempts to integrate finer composers with contemporary musicians, allowing the girls themselves to select most of the latter offer- ings. Another goal is the development of each student,s vocal talents, and her ability to harmonize with a group. A Music Ap- preciation course is offered in senior year, and here also Elm-strips were utilized, al- though understandably the Kaudiov was stressed more than the avisualf' This year student performance in class Was empha- sized, giving budding virtuosos, a chance to earn their Hrst standing ovations. The Art Department gives an Art Appreciation course to all sophomores. The Fine Arts program which can'be selected throughout the four years offers many specializations. This year many of the students Worked mainly with Japanese sculpture and oil painting. The girls, of course, were in- trigued by surrealism, and expressed their creativity in original designs and interesting color combinations. An Art Exhibit in April under the auspices of the Department featured the best of the students, Works. A Junior Music class enjoys their study of theory. Home Economics: cz laboratory for the future For the homemaker-to-be, one of the most practical courses in the curriculum is Home Economics. An an elective, open to upperclassmen, the course has five major sections: interior design, foods and nutri- tion, clothing and textiles, money manage- ment and child care. The Home Ec lab, the largest single room in the school, is perhaps one of the best equipped labs in this area and certainly one of the most modern and most beautiful. America's future homernakers develop their culi- nary talents-Marilyn Murray, Terry Glynn, Mau- reen Boley, Judy Brown, and Ioan Peppler. Learning the basics of pattern cuttmg and fabric gram Seniors Call Rothwell Bobbl Dunn Bess Mulligan Eileen McMahon and Jackie Gariano put theory into practice Seniors and juniors practice their fingering, speed, and accuracy in Typing class. Steno and Typing prepare usfor tomorrow Sandy Schreck conscientiously takes dictation in Steno class. The expanding desire among students for such technical skills as stenography and typing has seen a sharp growth in the program both in the number of girls currently taking the courses and the levels on which the courses are oilered. Typing is now offered as a possible elective to all but freshmen. The popu- larity of the two subjects is easily dis- cernible. Most college-bound students realize the value of both skills for their very immediate future when note-taking and term papers will be legion. In both courses, success is attainable through daily practice, with attention to speed and accuracy. Mar Nlfir uite contrar 4y,rfy,q Soph gym class in session. hys Ed develops Coordination To counteract the mental strains of a challenging HA curriculum, the Physical Education Department provides opportunities to engage the body in healthy competition. Wishing to modernize along with the other departments, yet realizing the timeless nature of sports, the Depart- ment decided on new uniforms. For this year only the freshmen donned the "new lookf' The usual annual course was run from soccer to basket- ball to volleyball and tennis, and seniors graduated with at least basic skills in these fields. Although bi-weekly periods were considered too short to make use of the pool, worthwhile girls were given a chance to swim and sunbathe after school. Health and Driveris Education courses are also included in this Department. aa "The purpose of soccer 1S to pro gress the ball Cwhat ballpl down the Held Recalling the year's spirit, We see a kaleidoscope of memories. TORY 2 S f 2 A S Q Q X 5 Ks K, 9 S E 2 3 3 e Q Q X 3 Z x? Clinging to the dreams' of an endless summer, Kathy Magee, Lorraine Gordon, Reena Raggi, and Ianet Piela relax at H.A.'s poolside. Hope it doesn't have to go to the House!" exclaims Barbara Ricigliano as she looks over Frosh SSO candi- dates Linda Raggi, Penny Wright, Betty Ann Powers, and Louise Neville. Summer Song September Winds. confused our hearts with feelings of an aborted summer and an inevi- table return to the limits imposed by routine. Why did this month, so painful With mem- ories, choose to be particularly hot and beauti- ful While imprisoning our unwilling minds in school? But subject to a human response to pattern, We accepted, and by the end of the month, responded to, the efforts of old and new faculty to reawaken an innate instinct to learn. To give us emotional insight into ado- lescent longings and frustrations, Carson McCuller,s "Member of the Wedding" was presented as the first film study. To introduce the freshmen to the benefits of upperclassmen observations and interpretations of life, a freshman-junior social was staged. To let our parents play a role, Fathers' Club and Mothers' Guild were reassembled at a joint Welcoming tea. By this time, sun-streaks were fading from our hair, and summer sighs from our lips so that We were not strangers to autumn when it ushered in . . . I 1 Final ly, to go. the end of the first day . . . and only 179 more Dies in September l "So what did you expect, an orchid?" quips Ruth Fattori to her little sister Theresa Wynne. Fairy Tales come true for Noreen Collins and Angela Cardinale as Well as for big-sisters Joanne Quinn and Jan Schlaier at the Freshman-Junior Social. H.A.'s Brain Trust: National Merit Commended Students Ann Hibner, Ellen Frei, Liz Kress, Sue Raflloer, Jenny Ofner, Lou Ann Gartner, Mary Horan, and Semifinalists Reena Raggi and Rosemary Ohmann. Frosh and Sophs enjoy the music at their Sodality Mission Dance, "A Magical Mystery Tour." ctober: Crisp Colors and During her charm course, Miss Anne Culkin takes time out to be immortalized by H.A.'s camera. "I just love bi-annual Future Teachers' Club teas," smiles Sister Norice to Miss Kirschner as Lynn Campanella looks on. The tenth month brought rusted orange leaves and long blond ,hair whirl- ing in the wind. A new briskness in the autumn air stung us into energy, some of which we channeled into school, hoping to ward off warning slips due in the middle of October. The feast of Holy Angels provided a needed break in studies, as did the annual Columbia Yearbook convention, from which enthu- siastic senior staff members emerged with reshaped ideas. We brushed up on refinement through a charm course pre- sented to us by Miss Anne Culkin. The Freshman-Sophomore Mission Dance, held at the end of the week-long course, gave underclassmen an opportunity to put theory into practice as they guided their dazzled escorts on a "Magical Mys- tery Tour." "Lord Iimf' Octoberis iilm study, was received enthusiastically by faculty members as well as students. But the Wind of Time is restless, and though we were barely aware of it, already transforming October into . . . Early Sunsets Brenda Greene has the hang of it but Bobbi Stiehl only sits there, mouth open. "So this is our blind date!" says serviceman Regina Ivory to Marianne Clarke as they escort the ravishing Pat Rosenkranz to the Senior Hallo- ween party. Fr. Pat Cooney pronounces Aristotle Onassis Knee Cathy Rosenl and Iackie Kennedy Knee Chris Camerlengol man and wife. 1 Working harcl to achieve that "natural look" for senior portraits are Janet Piela, Donna Nicholson, Cathy Lewerth, and Ann Malcolm. Even in November, Cathy Moes man- ages to capture spring breezes for her balloons at the Senior Fashion Show and Card Party. November Q , ,, Before viewing "Love's Labor's Lost," Terry Glynn, Grayce Pellegrino and Peggy Greene pose under the Bard s portrait. 60 Look again! The look-alike snow bunnies are none other than Kathy Toomb and Fran Hines. Intimations of Wnter Although some leaves were still clinging to the trees, as some memories tenaciously to our hearts, the winds were chill and already suggestive of snow. The month moved at a furious pace, beginning with Na- tional Election Day, on which we dutifully watched the returns. Reports for the first quarter were dis- tributed, and the following week, Open House gave proud andfor puzzled parents the opportunity to dis- cuss their daughters with the faculty. During the same week, mothers watched their "little girlsv modeling teen fashions at the Senior Card Party and Fashion Show. Soon after, athletic fathers challenged their daughters to a contest of skills in the annual Father- Daughter Game. Many students took the bus trip to Stratford, Connecticut, where they enjoyed Shake- speare's "Love,s Labor's Lostf, produced in uhippiev fashion. In school we viewed "The Umbrellas of Cher- bourgf, with few of us even attempting to hold back the tears. Then the National Honor Society Assembly took place, and deserving students from all but the freshman classes were inducted. By this time, Novem- ber,s leaves were torn from the calendar, and accom- panied by the aroma of Thanksgiving turkey we headed into . . . Crisp autumn days-Angels' take to the soccer field, the soccer ball takes to the air. ' into the National Honor Society. New and old members watch as Vice-pre ident Pat Grady and Secretary Denise Italiano induct Q1 Fattori 7' E f ,cz 'C o if 93 55 'U ff at Q C3 az.-Clog, Q9-6 lg5Ej?!Ei,Of3 0432.- ia P' 7-2 7' 09 G O19'z,d'5'3Maa2fff fl n - O CD Qflg dd U 49220-Q E-2 Silver tinsel, golden stars, magical world of dreams-come-true: Christmas at AHA. December: Snow-laced Evergreens Sr. Anthony escapes with her favorite Christmas Festooned mistletoe, a favorite spot for many gift, Avogadro, the Culture-Vulture. couples, among them, Linda Eck and Dan O'Donovan. Admiring the certificate of merit awarded Math Honor Society President Pat Karlson are Mod- erator Sr. Germaine and Mrs. Joseph Babnis who spoke at the induction ceremony. and Rum-laced Eggnog Hoarse but happy carolers were not discour- aged by Winter winds which Whipped the words from their mouths. Warmed by hot chocolate and anticipation, they echoed tradi- tion while their eyes. celebrated the present. Here at school We held intimate classroom Advent-wreath ceremonies, lighting symbolic purple and pink candles. CEEB's struck an anxious note not to be ignored even between Carol Program and Showtime Performance into which parents poured their unsuspected talents and leisure time. "The Shop on Main Streetf' the fourth film study, had a depress- ing effect, leaving us with questions. and somber faces. Barely altered angels challenged their successors at the annual Alumnae Game. Christmas vacation heralded rest for exhausted students but juniors and seniors hardly seemed to need it if their exuberance at the Christmas Dance was any indication. However, Decem- ber, the last month, was now rushing to its rendezvous with the Hrst month of the New Year . . . Mr. and Mrs. S. Claus fAnnette Gila and Maria Luveraj do their thing! "Maybe this one is the scotch?" banters Torn Gilroy as decoration heads Ian Rogers, Pat Grady, Fran Hines and escorts look on. 63 Gay Pretenders Present Again the spectre raised a cry, "I wear the chain I forged in life. I made it link by link. Is its pattern strange to YOU?" "And when we recollect how patient and how mild a child he was, we shall not quarrel easily among ourselves and forget poor Tiny Tim in doing it?', CAST Narrator Fred ............... Scrooge ............. Bob Cratchit ........... First Collector ........ Second Collector ........ Boy ..................,,....... Marley ...................... Christmas Past ....... Fan .........,............. Little Scrooge ....., Fezziwig ............ Dick Wilkins ........ Mrs. Fezziwig ...... Young People ...... Belle .......................... Young Scrooge ........... Christmas Present ........ Mrs. Cratchit .... I .... . Cratchit Girls ....... Peter Cratchit ...... Martha Cratchit ......... Tiny Tim ........................ Christmas yet-to-come .. Businessmen ................ Joe ................... Mrs. Dilber ......., Laundress ..., Maid ............... Mrs. Fred ....... D'k H24 IC ens Christmas Carol Pat Michele Sharon Smith Suzanne Fields Peggy Smith Anne Maj ewski Liz Day Linda LaPaz Jan Schlaier Carole Anne Kr-oese Gerardine Cirino Carole Van Pelt Joanne Quinn Jane LaBarbera Coleen 0'Conner Jeri Niebergall Geri Rendine Georgine Hirchak Carole Reilly Ann Dorigan Marie Tyler Millie Chiccone Tina Mueller Barbara Rogers Mary Dulligan Debbie Spillane Meg MacDonald Betty Muller Reena Raggi Lynne Hughes Geri Rendine Kathy Magee Noelle McGuire Regina Glynn Kathy Collins Phyllis Pranzo Cathie Conn Coleen O'Conner D ........,. Fran Higgins "Would you so soon put out with worldly hands the light I give? chides the Hrst spirit. "You don't mean you took 'em down, rings and all with him Ebenezer Ebenezer Scrooge Behind the dusky shroud lying there? asks the laundress as she examines Scrooges were the ghostly eyes intently fixed upon h1m a spectral bed curtains. hand a great heap of black January: Icy Dawns Break on cz Year Joining the faculty in mid-January, Sr. Petronilla and Sr. Marie Louise share free time in the faculty room learning more about the Academy. Regina Woods typifies a beginner's difficulties with the rope tow. Ski Club President Doreen Weid- mann prepares to meet the slopes as anxious beginners wait to see how she fares. This month caught all the joyful things of winter-snowball lights, frosted tears of laughter, and in the evenings twilight tobogganing and lodges with warm fireplaces. Blizzards provided fervently wished for snow holidays which we used to prepare for the universal anathema of students-exams. New Yearis resolu- tions were still young, and we did make that effort to better our marks, as we welcomed two new faculty members to HA, Sr. Petronilla and Sr. Marie Louise. Interested students were invited to attend a theatre party in New York City, a Saturday-matinee performance of "Shoes of the Fisherman? The school itself offered "David and Lisav as the fifth film study. The fact that most of us had already seen this touching movie did not stop us from appreciating it a second time and perhaps obtaining even deeper insights. The fledgling Ski Club sponsored an initial trip to Great Gorge, which gave Angels a chance to try their wings. The month was short and the year no longer new as drifting snowflakes brought us into . . . February: Frozen Stillnesses of Wnter In a white world only the wind disturbed the silence, as it swept snowdrifts at its will. Yet, although nature seemed paralyzed by winter, Angels were not. The varsity was in great form during this, the height of the basketball season, eopping three victories. General Testing Day challenged all but the sen- iors, who for the first time in HA history were given the day off. Two of our seniors, Reena Baggi and Rosemary Ohmann, were notified of their selection as National Merit finalists. This month, too, saw college acceptances coming in and phone calls home at lunch period were at a premium. The monthis film study program featured Lilies of the Field, a thoroughly charming and decep- tively simple movie. Assemblies this month were particularly interesting featuring two excellent speakers: Dr. Frank Cordasco ffather of sophomore Carmelaj, nationally acclaimed for his studies on urban educational problems, addressed us on the "Urban Crisisv and Professor John S. Badeau, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Arab Republic, spoke on the Middle East Crisis. February's twenty-eight days were soon completed, however, and a pale, remote moon waited icily for the entrance of... P After only one month of ski trips, Sharon julian has already developed al unique method of inverted snow ow. Professor John S. Badeau shared with students his background experience on the Middle East crisis at a History Honor ,Society assembly. A l 2 E Dropping another two points, Jackie Wenthen displays the style that once again puts HA in the lead. AHA OPP. 33 Fathers, Club ,,,,,...,, ..,.,,. 2 7 29 Rosary Academy ..,...,sv, ...., . . 27 28 Alumnae ......,......,e.....,eee..eeee..,e,. 16 32 Notre Dame of Wilton .e,.ee,..... 22 33 St. Mary CYO ,,ee..........,.,e...e..,. 21 33 St. Saviour High School e...eee 37 45 St. Joseph High School ,.,..,..e, 48 33 Walsh High School s,,,e,. 19 26 Bergenfield PAL ......,e.ve 25 33 Rosary Academy ....1eeeee,,eee .,e. 5 2 46 St. Joseph High School ...e..,...e. 27 19 Mt. St. Vincent Academy ....,,ee 33 29 Immaculate Conception H.S. 15 37 Dumont High School ,,ee.,..,e,1,. 25 37 Fathers' Club .. ,..tee......... ,... 3 5 ?m Pep Squad-Front Row: Denise Donlin, Bernadette Kress, Ann Collins, Lois Hassloch. Back Row: Kathy Raub, Captain Margo Finnegan, Mary Mattern Wifrma WWW ,Vo off , , Varszty Battles lriwigw Taut faces reilect HA,s anxiety as the Varsity prepares to go into the second overtime against St. Saviour's. Qkhoev-52 tcm U' Jflfxe, c3re.0.jQ':3f'V is 3 WJHA QW A ' xg QU ff' J ' " , Awwqfgen X SQ,g 0 2 if x aaa 3 A N W nf A Q u 5586, Cheerleaders-Front Row: Pat Cavonne, Eileen Shields, Anne y '. y , J QB b a, Barbara Carmen, Jennifer LaBar er Back Row: an Aquino, Mickey Walters, Captain Ph l's crdin le M r Tee, nn Kemesis. Gilro . Second R0 00m ar er ia Mfwiollgl at Qyyy szfslitil tt Varsity-Front Row: .Sue Stenke, Regina Leidig, Mary Lenahan, Lee Kemesis. Second Row: Moderator Sister Anthony, Barbara Broderick. Diane Oakley, Jackie Wenthen, Karline McSherry, Manager Ginger Kozak. Back Row: Pat Rosenkranz, Donna Nicholson, Pat Karlson, Captain Sue Railloer, Lorraine Schailer, Regina Ivory, Coach Miss Alberse. Merry Tee does her specialty in the cheer honoring individual Varsity players. JZ? N'm'i'M"j if 69 Inevitably, tentative sun-rays touched melting icicles, weakening winteris grip and inviting life to reassert itself in greens and yellows. The winc toned down in bitterness just in time for the C.S.P.A. Convention, which the school's literary magazine and newspaper staffs attended. Im- mediately upon it followed the Father-Daughtei Communion Breakfast, held at the Academy "Black Like Mef, sixth offering of the Film series aroused debate and increased our awareness oi the racial situation. The Ski Club sponsored 2 weekend trip to Gore Mountain, which gave girl: a taste of skiing in the early spring sun. SSC Week was continued as an HA tradition enjoyed by everyone, although it caused some of the teachers uneasy laughter on Student Turnabou Day. Under the auspices of the Sodality, 2 March shore and the wild beauty of the setting nearl turned all the girls into pantheists. As the mont closed we displayed the warning symptoms spring fever as March relinquished the rein stimulating retreat was held for seniors at thi ' W 1 I u 1 o to . . . Everything and anything was coming out of lockers during SSO Clean-Up Day in- cluding Peggy Ring. 70 The last of the Twelve Year Angels Jackie Gariano, Joann Eliason, Sarah Pagnozzi, Millie Chiccone, Pat Iohnson, and Cathy Sullivan recall memories as they prepare a tape to send to their iirst grade teacher at AHA, Sr. Iulene. Prelude Z0 Spring l Miss SSO, 1969-Jackie Oliveri Angels and their dads enjoy the few quiet moments which followed the Communion Breakfast. Mr. Bernard Gordon, President of the F ath- ers' Club, thanks Miss Anne Culkin, guest speaker at the Communion Breakfast. ! F i I 9 E 5 X 1, Qi 1 S? 1 F fa if SEQ 592 :Q 5 3. bf F X .Ei ,1 lm, 2112 352 59 311 53: ST ii 122 sf 3, Q Q: winner dis- e that later her the place trophy American Legion state finals. French students see the sights in Quebec, including the Outdoor Sta- tions at Ste, Ann De Beaupre. While other Gay Pretenders memorize their lines, Anne Kemesis, Dolores Hughes, and Regina VVoods rush to finish the scenery for the spring production Cheaper by the Dozen. April: Gentle Wncls Tease T rembling Blossoms Pastels dominated a spring-intoxicated World which belonged to butterflies and youth. Even the rain was Warm and not frequent enough to disturb a four-day trip to Quebec by upper- class French students. Using the Chateau Frontenac as a base, they made sorties to Ste. Anne de Beaupre and La Basse Ville, sometimes perplexing the inhabitants with their version of French. Back at the Academy, the Junior Prom provided a romantic evening during Easter vacation. The proximity of the UN was exploited through a visit there by the senior American Democracy class. "One Potato, Two Potatov was well received by the student body, who also turned out en masse to support our Gay Pretenders in their hilarious spring. production of "Cheaper by the Dozen." SSO elections for the coming school year were conducted, leaving incumbent senior officers as lame ducks. Patricia Murphys in Westchester was the setting for the annual Mother-Daughter Luncheon, which gave us time out from our fast-paced lives to spend some time with our mothers. Then April, of a somewhat fickle nature, suddenly slipped into . . . A honey Wind lingered in flower-confused places-the fragrances almost tangible on throbbing, star-close nights. Choirs of 'gangelsv combined their voices with strains of violins in a hymn to spring at the Glee Club Concert. Contrasting the hostile November Weather that had prevailed during an earlier visit to Stratford, Conn. by English students, a mellow May atmosphere delighted them this time. The play was "Henry Vf made more enjoyable by the authenticity of the Shakespearean set- ting. The Fathers, Club held its Spring Dance which, though more sedate than our 'ihappeningsf' nevertheless testified that no one develops total immunity to that notorious seasonal fever. Students of AP English and AP Biology prepared nervously to take Advanced Placement Examinations. The film study program concluded with a screening of '6The Chalk Cardenf whose visual effects added to the sensitive story line. Seniors appreciated a touching Tribute presented to them by the junior class, though it impressed on them the imminence of their graduation from the alter-home HA had proved itself for four years. But the languidly irresistible invitations of summer did not allow for longer delay, and we turned willing hearts to . . . May: Morning Glories and Hazy Heavens Hands stretch across the years as juniors complete the seventy turns of the ring to- ward Senior Year. Leaving for a four-day stay at the Madison campus of Fair- leigh Dickenson University where they will represent the Academy at a Science Symposium are Mary Horan, Mary Amoroso, Sue Fields, and Ann Hibner. Reaching for a high one, Eileen Wynne displays her prowess in ten- nis. Couples chat before a late night supper. Candlelight set the mood for such couples as Kathy Magee and Paul Kloeblan, "Love Is Blue." 'iflngels Are Blue" on the Seniors and their escorts pose on the Winding staircase that leads to the Regency Room. Entering the Regency Room-Doreen Weid mann and john DeSalvo. Dreamy Panoply 0fPr0m Nite Pausing a moment before leaving the Manor are Barbara Reid and john Schirnpf. Ablaze with lights, the Regency Room was filled with pretty girls. Long-awaited diplomas are almost a reality. 78 June: An Endless Pre-Commencement moments are spe- c1al for many reasons. Summer Is Born A slow, hot wind wandered aimlessly over a summer-drenched world. Here in school, June was a somewhat hectic month. Although after exhausting exams we were hardly inclined to even leaf through a textbook, we did scramble frantically to end up with the right ones on book-exchange day. The Senior Prom on a mid-june night was one of those rare occasions that make life beautiful. Three evenings later, seniors again had a very important moment-the graduation ceremony, at which the tears of a new beginning flowed freely. Suddenly the fervently-wished-for last day of school was here, and with report cards in hand, freshmen. sophs, and juniors, poured out of AHA without a backward glance. September would come soon enough. But seniors did not rush out quite as recklessly as usual. It was a day of goodbyes -to teachers, to the school, and to a well-known way of life. Then only one lone senior remained. She walked pensively to the front entrance, gazed into the bright day, and closed the heavy door behind her a final time. Vale Holy Angels. Aiming for future greatness, we stand ready to meet the challenge. SE es 51 5 S2 25 3 Q E? S li A Q 2 Ii 55 li :E 96 si 2? fe 25 6 5 Q 3 52 5? Q 3, Qi 23 Y X5 22 13 E 2 We are signers of names Last, first, middle initial Student, father, mother, guardian Four Years at AHA We have come from Englewood . . . Ridgewood . . . Teaneck . . . From Northoale . . . M ontoale . . . and Lodi . . . From all these towns-and many more To Demarest-to high school. Receivers of plaids, books, lockers, desks, dreams- We are Freshmen And the world is ours. The Academy is . . . morning prayers "to the rightj' on the stairs the science labs new sweater fads hlind referees "Thank God its F rridaysv X Notre Dames in long black gowns Christmas plays-Charlie Brown B iology classes out of doors Changing socks on the corridor floors. H .A. is this and so mach more . . . The kids who help string the star for Senior Tribute . . . The lousrides to distant games . . . The teachers who spend weeks writing all those glowing letters of recommendation . . . The books, the library, the 19 0 0 k s, the cafeteria, the B O O K S, homeroom, the B O O K S And in a week we leave Oh, we,ll come hack . . . at Thanksgiving . . . at Christmas . . . at Easter . . . The kids will holler and yell and kiss us "Hi Bobbi-how,s college? The nuns will congratulate us on making the deanls list. I l But the eighty-ninth class ofthe Academy ofthe Holy Angels In the spring of the year of Our Lord N ineteen-hundred and sixty-nine Will not think of that . . . We will think only of the past Of our four years here And we will be grateful. But the kids will graduate . . . And the nuns will be transferred . . . And the visits will dwindle to none p MAUREEN BOLEY JANET BEAUGARD "The most useless day of all is that in which we have not laaghedf, "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I- I took the one less traveled by . . ." Robert Frost Sebastian Cl'16lI'I1fOI't AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Careers 3, Glee Club 1, ff - - AA 3, 4, Library Council 1, 2, 3, 4, National 2, 3, 4, Library Council 1, Ski Club 4, So- If uyforigngwgnH715-i1alZaCJl29g15eS1ieZn7Q1fgeigniesent Honor Society 4, Spanish Club 1, Spectrum Art dahty 49 SSO 4' , William Goldsmith Club 3' AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Careers 4, Science Club 2, 4, Spectrum Art Club 3, 4. I 1 LORRAINE BOTTIE "There is no instinct like that of the heartf' Lord Byron AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 1, 2, 4, Sodality 1, Spectrum Art Club 3, YCS 3. 86 ELLEN BRINKWORTH "Life's enchanted cup but sparkles near the hrimf' Lord Byron AA 1, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 4, Gay Pretenders 2, 3, 4, Library Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, Liturgy Study Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Science Club 2, Spanish Club 1. ELIZABETH BRODECK t'The only glory most of us have to hope for is the glory of being yourselff' Fullerton Gerould AA 1, 2, 3, 45 Future Careers 35 Science Club 2, 35 Soclality 25 Spectrum Art Club 3, 4. DENISE BROUSSEAU "Music finds its way into the secret places of the Soulf' Plato AA 1, 25 Library Council 15 Science Club 1, 2, f Yfg , , Aygfw ,, ff? filly ELJC .J 1 Eggs, f It 1 .1 ,Jig Quixg, lixfyv eh' Arm! gre! W3 tex,-.if J 4 ., J M V T j,,WJ,t, wixv,.Ml Ki - ef- ,fe 4 V vii? I TBA' f" X43 f wir 'l A5111 ,ew fr 'ry ,L , 1193 1 3 fy 'Ulm elf", KL i.i'isfv' flllffls gif " J "'?L,?lx"wfa ,,.ffe,giri'j . of . 1' M, GG., ,ce . s gig, I fu yu 'f fr 'l X f 365,27 bu... b x ,J ,- A A , rm. 4' . 1 ku DONNA CALAUTT I "A comrade blithe and full of glee, 5 Who clares to laugh out loud and free." JUDITH BROWN Hem Van Dyke "Ideas are funny little things. AA lv 2, 3, 45 'Science Club 1' They won,t work unless you do." Anonymous AA 1, 2, 3, 45 CCD 1, 2, 3, 4, CHIPS 15 ECHOES 45 French Club 15 Cay Pretenders 45 Liturgy Study Club 35 Science Club 2. JJ? "The only way to haue a Ralph AA 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Business Man- ager 45 Sodality 15 Spanish Club 1. 87 l FRANCESCA CAPPELLETTI "If you would create something, you must be something? Iohann Goethe AA 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Library Coun- cil lg YCS 3, 4. AMELIA CHICCONE PATRICIA CIOF F I "Confusion now hath made zts masterpiece' Felzoztatzonsf Stzll I guess this year too W1ll1am Shakespeare wfll P7009 only S0 S0 AA 1, 2, 3, 45 CHIPS 1, 25 Gay Pretenders 3 4 Library Council 1, 2, Mu Alpha Theta 4 Sci AA 1 2 3 4 Spqmsh Club 1 SSO 3 ence Club 3, 4, President 45 SSO 4 Vflrslty 2 88 iblllw A FN CIRINO v 1 ,BSA ld 21, lie 1 l X, ,VC ll if H DJJJLK 4 l frffw' DONNA CLARKE 5 ,Mya You clearly with the heart, 'Tue never beeen able to push the clouds away jr I? QA jj Ik s invisible to the eyef' by myself. Help me. Please." 11,6 f ,fx Antoine de Saint Exupery x . , Rod McKuen yo ,fl My , .Q 11 i iff lf , A All-,AA,11,,2, 3, 45 ggayehiolfrexnagilhezijs, 45 Spanish .l, 2, 3, 45 ECHOES 45 Future Teachers 35 lv SSO lflyw ll, f 515:11 tXlfCayl3Bletende1rs 45 Liturgy Study Club 25 Sci- - 9 J ,i fjv 1,1 f F ,lj Q ,Mft QE! ix ,.f',x."" elrlbe Club 2, 3, 45 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 45 ,Spanish Q51 1.,,,,f.,,N ,pf UM ,WJ 5,511-f RW, 3.1, ,X lx v Xliilub 1. 1 1 fl , -' 1 5 .11-' 1 Cf .. xr lg -' ' , uw tfilfl f ls' 5 A si' fi M xx.1,:1l lf iril -l. , rl' A gig 51 , ' e ,fy 'Nl lr. 1 lr" lv' lv lp, E ,J Seng wif, r f IWLE, J J QWHLTLJ 2,5 ,rf 1 'I f ,avi we VL' 4 if fy fi ,fr of lj' f lrlf SN ll J A ol' 1 f, I, Ma A 1 ,111 3, ,5 j 1 ,fmt , A , P, Q-Ur' X1 ,A ,Q , 1 Q! gj-1 Xj,!.,f J 4 W of yt, R lb 51 ,xi 11, 411,14 ,fill 1 f 455151 W U 1 if il, 'QM . tt' CW' 5 will My 1. ,fl 14 11-A 1 lit! lfQsa.1,5f,4a4 5 l l we kill, gvyf if 15 MARIANNE CLARKE "My end is my beginningf' T. S. Eliot AA 1, 2, 3, 45 CCD 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Secretary 45 ECHOES 45 French Club 15 Fu- ture Teachers 3, 4, Secretary 35 History Honor Society 45 Mu Alpha Theta 45 National Honor Society 45 Science Club 2, 35 Ski Club 4. ANNE COLLINS "Life is not life at all without delight? Coventry Patmore AA 1, 2, 3, 4, cheering 1, 2, 4, ECHOES 4, Library Council 15 .Ski Club 45 Spectrum Art Club 3. KATHLEEN CONNELLY "Too low they build who build beneath the stars." Edward Young AA 1, 2, 3, 45 Library-Council 15 Science Club 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Varsity 1. l 89 MV! yjlhlr. wif . ,ln 31 I KA 1 ISILJIA Ljlllllwhl Y' "He who has no wish to he happier is the happiest of menf' W. R. Alger AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3g Cay Pretenders 3, 4, President 45 Science Club l, 2, 3, 4, So- dality 1, 2, 3, 4, ssc 4. W, WM WM ELIZABETH DAY "He only lives, who lining, enjoys life." AA 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 43 Cay Pretenders 3, 45 Science Club 3. 90 N is Wm., I ,.,,v . .r,, Wm., . My LINDA COPPOLA AHOHWOHS "We will huild status of snow and weep QA2 lb 22 3' 45 ISCISHCG Club 2 3 Sodaluv to see them meltf' 7 f ' Johann Goethe AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CHIPS lg EcHoEs 4, science PATRICIA DENNISON "I am satished-I see, clance, laugh, sing . , f' Walt Whitman AA I, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 45 Future Careers 3, Liturgy Study Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Science Club 2, 3, Soclality lg Spanish Club Ig YCS 2, 3. 9351 VJ , -1 fx L 00 XX AIA! M. 4 3.53 fi 1 Q Q 1 I egg ,J od S 1 ZQJX M ANN DORIGAN MARGARET DOWNEY "Happiness held is the seed, carry your heart C i carry it in my heartlfl Happiness shared is the flowerf, 6, B, Cummings Anonymous AA 1, 2, 3, 45 BLUEPRINT 45 CHIPS 15 AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Cay Pretenders 3, 4, Secretary 4, ECHOES 4, French Club 15 Science Club 2, 35 Library Council 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor So- YCS 2, 3, 4, ,Secretary 3, Vice-President 4. ciety 45 Science Club 1, 2, Ski Club 4, SSO 3. BARBARA DUGGAN "T he foolish man seeks happiness in the distance, The wise grows it uncler his feetf' james Oppenheim AA 1, 2, 3, 45 Gay Pretenders 3, 45 Liturgy Study Club 3, 4, President 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 45 sodaliry 1, 2, 3, 45 sso 4. BARBARA DUNN "Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile? Albert Einstein AA 1, 2, 3, 45 CCD 1, 2, ECHOES 4, Science Club 2, 3, Spectrum Art Club 3, YCS 3. PATRICIA DUNPHY "Of joys departed, not to return, how painful the remernbrancef' Robert Blair AA 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 25 Sodality 2, 3, Secretary 4. 91 fc. ,WW 'XfxJ'lU5',',,1y9-J 1 ,D M fact SL U 4 had F L 10 AJ Ebflfkznfipjwlvi if ly AA 1 2 3 4 ECHOES 4 science Club 2 3 I Shall know wh when MHQQZJZUET- AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CCD 1, ECHOES 4 Cay Pre 4 Ski Club 4 Sodality 1 2 3 4 And I have Ceaseg to wonder wh , I 1, tenders 2, 3, 45 Clee Club 1 Science Club 9 yi ' ' Sodahty 2, 3, 4. X Tj CMU Emily Dickinson l AA 2 3 BLUEPRINT 3 4 ECHOES 4, Glee Club 1 2 3 L1turgy1Study Club 2, Ski Club 3 A ANNFARRELL "Happy,those early Jugs! when I Shinecl in fnzyimgel inf1zncy.', 1 - jHenry Vaughan AA 1, 2, 3, 43 Gay Pretenders 3, Library Council 1, 2, 3, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, So- dality 1. CHRISTINE FERREIRA "What is our innocence, What is our guiltP,' Marianne Moore AA 1, 2, 35 BLUEPRINT 4, Art Editor 4, CHIPS 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Editor 3, 4, News Editor 4, History Honor Society 3, 4, Liturgy Study Club 25 National Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club lg sso 3. C MARCO FINNEGAN "I feel it when I sorrow most: It is better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all." Alfred Lord Tennyson AA 2, 3, 45 Cheering 4, Science Club 2. QQ LORRAINE FLETCHER "I never think of the future. It comes soon enoughf' Albert Einstein AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CCD 2, Science Club 3, Spanish Club 1, Spectrum Art Club 3. ,X . VERONICA FLYNN "Better by far that you should forget and smile, Than you should remember and be sadf, Christina Rossetti AA 3, 4, Sodality 3. t 1 D xgjx ELLEN FRE1 Hyou shall above all things be glad and youngf, e. e. cummings AA 1, 2, 3, 45 BLUEPRINT 3, 4, Exchange Editor 3, Editor 4, ECHOES 45 Library Coun- cil lg Science Club 2, Spectrum Art Club 3, SSO 4. 93 4 I ,f AJ X 'M' if". g at x f f" Us fav Ky If T FW CV.: iv' gg' Lf Vx XL, or if Lf , lt, , 133 ii, U A2 , Y ,I , if ,Fit wi if if I if w IACQUELINE CARIANO "Looe comforteth like sunshine after rainf' William Shakespeare AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CCD 1, ECHOES 4, Science Club 2, 3, ,SSO 1, 4, YCS 2, 3. i 2e-, 1 if Q .ff Alva f N, KAREN GASPARTICH 'fMy words triclcle down from a wound, I have no intention to healf, LOU ANN GARTNER Paul Simon 81 Art Garfunkel "Earnestness is the path of immortality, Thoughtlessness the path of death. Anonymous AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, Ski Club 4, SSO 1. AA 2, 3, French Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, History Honor Society 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, Spec- trum Art Club 1, SSO 4, YCS 2, 3, 4, Presi- jf dent 4. f C34 Al .Lug . ft' la' fgstl ,e 'V' -'I 'af' , . 2 . V l F P A fl, ij- .fb aiu, ' 5 'I ' K Akin my . slim 1 if fi , A I ,f V if , Aff WL! ' ' 5 J ,J U lwlyx C102 I l ob Q99 ' pl , tif . QM , yr -Q A ANN ETTF. GILA "A friend should he looecl freely for himself and not for anything elsef' AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CCD 2, 3, ECHOES 4, French Club 1, Future Careers 4, Science Club 3, Sodality 1, Spectrum Art Club 3, 94 l .ku if i 4. , to 1,2 V if ' it 3 if A .fi vr' f . ' in .jj fi 1 . vm' .. Q Q ,Riff ,ar f- fl lf 3 ft if! . f ' , if L 4 V I I In , ' A if ' . JL' i. in SL , 1- ' jo ,nw 31,1561 4,-'lvl .ffl 1 x T' Q49 ' iwff ,Qf QL" f if 1 1, fe ,ie , x L, My ,,, g ,V ,U c A-fi" I 1 ' 1 A 79 1.-" ma. jff ffm" rf Il, Qfkfly 2 1971 2 79 f .Vx ' ' fi' .1 . , . -.ffft J it ll V lf? f J jr ,' 531 f X95 A 3,"' 1 f 4'Lf.f" 1 ' , eff' .vw " .5 s - ELAINE GIORGIO ,ju 'fgi' fi if rf- J ,..f',if' f" . f if' "T he heart that is soonest awake to the flowers M' A 1 1 .W Is always the first to he touched hy the thornsf' 5 M St. Augustine Thomas Moore 1' AA 1, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 4, Gay Pretenders 4, Library Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, ,Spanish Club 1. 1 .4 Q, -, , 'A' 11 View A A 7 1 ,,. 'iyijil 5 Bib! A ,nh ' v 11 , 53,5 ' . . I Ngih 'W Tl, '. X t 1 ",, ll A if A 1 we M4133 K All A 1 sy 1 S 5 1 ' ,aiu A ' A X 1,1 , js 5 aa 1 A I 1 5 551' Nlftil 'S 2 X 4 5 l ,- Wi .gf-, Z, 09' 1, .5 5 5 , k, A ,Q ' .4 N My Aff . A Nl . A , . THERESA GLYNN FRANCES GORMAN " 5 ll N Q 'there were rnany voices vying at the feast, "Character is the governing elernent of life -I M 31 1 A 1 'But mostly I remember yours, who spoke the and is ahove genius. 1 . 'xl least- W I B Frederich Sauders M I N F., -. fi if M ' t I' 3 ff jst a e ynner AA 45 French Club 15 Gay Pretenders 2, 3, 45 1 W , 5 QA lij 21 31-145 EZCIEOES g15.Fl1fl1I'g1CgfieT5S3S Library Council 2, 3, 45 Sodality 15 Spectrum Q 5 I 5 ay re en ers , , 5 cience u 5 0- A C1 b 3, 4, f ' ' dality 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Prefect 45 SSO 4. rt u . I Y 1 1 14 1 ,lx A ,L xgfv-' ' k Q G fkJT'Vj ,rl A W, 51, If . ,JA W " 5 51, 137' A, 1 5 fix, jig! , UK faire! K A 1 t Jfwmj Q! 51141 rw ,MM I, 531.1 F 1 , M .1 w,1!Q,,-" ,l ' flip l lg I , 1913! 'Y ' 1 ly dxf ll l 1 Stir kj F ?1,,fi'l'j, jizz 1 1 N if -ii ff- J - ,MW ' ,, "AJ E , A 11" Akin r V X if lf! TULA GRANDE , 'KI must go clown to the seas again, , , 4 J For the call of the running tide Is a wild call and a clear call That may not he deniedf' Iohn Maseiield AA 1, 2, 3, 45 ECHOES 45 Library Council 1, 225 Science Club 15 YCS 3, 4. J 1 f PATRICIA GRADY Sw "We love the things we love for what they aref, Robert Frost AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CCD 3, ECHOES 4, Future Careers 3, President 35 National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Science Club 25 So- clality 1, 25 Spanish Club 15 SSO 1, 4. BRENDA GREENE "Life is so short, so fast the lone hours fly, W'e ought to he together, you and I." Henry Alford AA 1, 2, 3, 4, BLUEPRINT 4, CHIPS 1, 2, Future Careers 35 Library Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 2, 3, 45 Spectrum Art Club 3, 4. 95 MARGARET GREENE . . Why abandon a belief merely because it ceases to be true?,' Robert Frost AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CCD 1, ECHOFLS 4, Future Careers 3, Secretary 3, Gay Pretenders 2, 3, 4, Science Club 25 Sodality 2, 3, 45 SSO 4. ANN HIBNER "I came like water and like wind I go." Omar Khayyarn 'XA-f X l MARGARET GROSSO "Those who bring sunshine to the,lioes of others Cannot keep it from themselves' James Barrie AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Careers 35 Library Coun- cil 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 25 Spanish Club 1. 'Xofy ff W fb' , milf' XNQl'Jl'l- blxijl fi AN J ef f 1 A. Q E' A 4 . f-Q1 . N ,JK Em' XS 'e is el AA 2, 3, ECHOES 4, Clee Club 1, 2, 3- Li- brary Council 15 Mu Alpha Theta. 4, Secretary 45 National Honor Society 2, 3, 45 YCS 2, 3, 4, 96 L FRANCES HINES "Let the night be too dark for me to see Into the future Let what will be be AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Gay Pretenders 4 Llbrary Coun cil 2, 3, 4, Science Club 1 2 3 4 SSO 2 4 Vice-President 4 9' N do ,, 0' , 'V :J " LYNNE HOINASH 'fThe burden becomes light which is cheerfully borne." AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CHIPS 1, 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor 4, French Club lg Spectrum Art Club 3. "I chose a special star and watched it glow .sado , L, 5, Cox .QQ ,QQJ 4, Rf , Q, 0, J A if Coq tj X 9 5 , ff ELAYNE HOLAHAN 'fSome people miss their share of happiness, not because they never found it but because they Ovid neoer stop to enioy it." Daniel Webster AA 1, 2, 3, 4, BLUEPBINT 4, Science Club 1, 2, 35 Ski Club 4, Sodality lg Spectrum Art Club 3. LYNNE HUGHES brighter night by nightf' MARY HORAN Anonymous DENISE ITALIANO "O dioine music! Daughter of the Soul A4 1' 2, 3, 45 CHIPS 15 Gay Pretenders 3' 45 "The good you do is not lost, L In Sclence Club 3, 4, Spanish Club lg Spectr m - ff Of 0119 Kahm Gibran Art Club 3' u Though you forget it. AA 1, 2, 35 BLUEPRINT 2, 4, Art Editor 25 CCD 2, National Honor Society 2, 35 Science Club 2g Spectrum Art Club 3. Anonymous AA 2, 3, 4, CHIPS lg Liturgy Study Club 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4, Sci- ence Club 2, Sg Sodality lg Spanish Club lg YCS 2, 3. 97 1 of -flmsjxl ,QISQM .AfQj' Luce Ltgnmmg. Walt VVhitman AA 2, 3, 4, CCD 1, 2, Future Careers 3, Glee Club 1, 25 National Honor Society 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Vice-President 4, Spectrum Art Club 4, Vice-President 4, SSO 1, Varsity 3, 4. AA 1 2 3 4' ECHOEIS 4, Science Club 2 3 "f'i-Uikbbf 'CACLUAQ v'f'1-v-3 - - PATRICIA JOHNSON BMLA2 We. Telshltsu "'MiZa1izgork togetherf I told him from the Spanigh'C1i,b'1. 'Whether they work together or apartl' i' Robert Frost AA 2, 35 BLUEPRINT 35 CHIPS 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Library Council 1, 2, 3, 4, National -1, 76 Honor Society 4, Spectrum Art Club 1, SSO 4. . 111 A A iff i 1'-4" 111 I is IQJUXX All .X u C 1 1 F - J 4 1, if if f 11 Mu il l .flxq W1 U Mi' ml 1U 5 PATRICE KARLSON MERI KEARNS "Glad that I Zi'-79 Um I-v "We wish for more in life rather Lizette Reese than more of ti." I 1 AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CCD 1, Cheering 1, 2, Mu Alpha Jean nge ou Theta 4, President 45 Sodality 2, 3, Varsity AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Careers 3, Science Club 3, 4. 98 2, 3, 45 Sodal1ty 1, 2, 3, 4. CHRISTINA KELLY JUDY KELLY "I know Illl never lose affection for people and "No two human beings have made, or ever will things that went before, I know I'll often stop make, exactly the same journey in life." and think about them." Sir Arthur Kieth John Lennon and Paul McCartney AA 1, 2, 3, 45 Future Careers 35 Science Club AA l, 2, 3, 4, BLUEPRINT 4, Prose Editor 4, 2, 3, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4. CHIPS lg Science Club 2. CAROLINE KLEIN "While I am I, and you are you . . . While the one elucles must the other pursue? Robert Browning AA 4, CCD I, 2, 3, 45 Gay Pretenders 3, 4, Liturgy Study Club 2, .Science Club 2, 3, 4. NRE VIRGINIA KOZAK "Let all my genwl spirits advance to meet and greet a whiter sun." Alfred Lord Tennyson AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 4, Liturgy Study Club 2, 3, 45 Science Club 2, 4, Spanish Club 1. ELIZABETH KRESS "Love . . . You can borrow it but never own it and after a while it says good-bye." Rod McKuen AA 2, 3, 4, CHIPS 1, 2, 3, 4, Publicity Manager 4, Liturgy Study Club 1, 2, Sodality Ig YCS 2, 3, 4. 99 i SUSAN LeBATARD I "Who would he a man must be a nonconformistf, Ralph Waldo Emerson SANDRA KULASSIA "After moon-oiewing, my companionable shadow walked along with me." d A A 'So 0 JANE LaBARBAPrA 3 4- "The most important single ingredient in the ' formula of success is knowing how to get along with peoplef' AA 3, Sodality 3. AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, Sodality 1, 2, Theodore Roosevelt AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheering 3, 4, Gay Pretenders 4, Library Council 2, 3, 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2. E MARGARET LEGATO RITA LEVASSEUR "The woman I am hides deep in me, beneath "Though I am always in a haste, I am never the woman I seem to bef, in a hurry." Carl Schultz l0hI1 Wesley Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Council 1, 2, AA 1, 2: 3: 49 Science Club 1: 2: 3, 4- Spectrum Art Club 4, YCS 3, 4. 100 M 'L f A . y 00 ..l.f. M 7 fl JACQUELYN LIMA "i would rather learn from one bird how to sing, than teach a million stars how not to dance." e. e. Cummings AA l, Z, 3, 4, CCD 2, French Club l, French Honor Society 2, Science Club 2, 3, YCS 3, 4. f ltr lfllj I . M ,f , ltlkxflfajj I I, ' I r Jxdflhjtjlrgf J QW' I -fl' U Hart' jjl j A s I Lf CATHERINE LEWERTH "Laughter is my ohiect, 'tis a property in man, essential to his reason." Thomas Randolf AA l, 2, 3, 4, French Club l, Library Council l, 2, Science Club, Sodality 3, 4. f ly W fl! m K n l ' Ill . MARIA LUVERA "There are no rules for friendship. It must he left to itself. We cannot force it anymore than love." William Hazlitt AA l, 2, 3, 4, CCD 2, 3, Future Careers 4, Science Club 3, Soclality l, Spectrum Art Club 3. ANN MacDONALD "I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday and I love todayf, William Allen White AA 1, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 4, science Club 2, Ski Club 4, Sodality l, 2, 3. KATHLEEN MAGEE "O birds that warble to the morning sky, sing sweetly. , Twice my love hath smiled on mef Alfred Lord Tennyson AA 2, 3, 4, Cheering 3, ECHOES 4, Future Careers' 3, Gay Pretenders 4, Science Club 2f 3' 101 ANN MALCOLM "You have to helieoe in happiness or happiness never comesf, Douglas Malloch i 5 lx AA 1, 2, 3, 45 Library Cou cil 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres- ident 45 Science r 2, 5 Spanish Club 15 SS 4 ' 1 will its? ,iii WX ELLEN MAWHINNEY "I was horn to laughter, Z ,ff ,J ,155 if fluff f'1l0!!1." if iifh dilii or I MARY ANN MARKEY "The grand essentials to happiness in this life are something to do, something to love, and something to hope forf, Joseph Addison AA 1, 2, 3, 45 ECHOES 45 Library Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 2, 35 Spectrum Art Club 4. X i Q Y 7 CYNTHIA MAZZARA "Poetry is emotion reeolleoted in tranquility And merry comrades make me glow." William H. Benet AA 1, 2, 3, 45 CCD 1, 25 CHIPS 15 French Club 15 Science Club 2, 4. 102 Sodality 1, 4. J AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CHIPS 1 ECHOES 4 Science Club 25 Spectrum Art Club 3 Skl Club 4 5 Vp EILEEN MCMAHON "My life is a bowl which is mine to fill with loneliness olcl and newf, AA 1, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 4, Library Council 2, 3, 4, Scien-ce Club 2, Spanish Club 1. W f 4 llfliw CATHERINE MCMENIMEN "Keep true the dreams of your youthli' Friedrich Schiller Mary Riley Smith 4, Science Club 2, SSO 2, 3, 4, Varsity 1. Jr, jpjjjflll Wil AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, ECHOES X0 jj f pf' , gy 'X' 1 Y A JV' Qilv wgl N15 wM N M t My DX KJ ,ref M, alll Q A . nj THOMASINA MELI "I make the most of all that comes, and the least of all that goes." Sara Teasdale AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CCD 1, Future Careers 3, Sci- ence Club 2, Sodality 2, 3, 4. uouulnzo oufulv uouwby ua w wullvulbo uyb. William Shakespeare AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CCD 3, 4, ECHOES 4, Future Careers 3, Vice-President 3, Glee Club 3, Sci- ence Club 2, Sodality 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, Spectrum Art Club 4. AA 1, 2, 3, 4, SSO 4. MARIE MESSINA "Joy sharecl is joy doubled." Johann Goethe 103 In .f+.Qh'-Q' Af 3. 1 55 K, .J ffk KARLA MICHAELS "That none should mow the grass there, while so confused with flowersf' PATRICIA MINEY "And the song from beginning to end, I found again in the heart of a friend." 3, 4, ECHOES we cjrr Club 1, areer 3, Library , rsyesfl, 2, , 4, n 4 a 011121 Hqw 45 , Robert Ffosf PATRICIA MILO Henry AA 1, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 4, F C 3, . Library Council lg Scienc 131.6435 SSA- 'fwyijyen hav efwugh the!! AA 1 S dality 3,,-314.1850 45Q7CQjm UU mf? A l' ' f N U A,wUAlVi3""'l ,lf WMV M5 DAQ 5 jlfJlQjWJJ!J jlfJ!?Rg,3,,5' !g3i3y,U5l Cgmw nail, 5 6 If l?,"lE Nj! ' 691, Q -D M ill!! wllfgy Jr 4 Q K A Mzfyyf il'l'Wii Aglyjv U liefwgwtfig . A of rf' Pi Q fb ll, orS 'l W W Iwi, Opivjjida l ml Qi AW Q ss J .FAX llr 5 Wir 6 if Ll Di if if if M QW A W Wwe All yo A MW if fl limo rjgj l ,Luffy ,U rib UL ,Mi WN t , ,w,r ,, ffl, ,W V Fr GJ r-.2 lull! , J a , l lu ,M - . A fl A rf rf' A RM qrief' Dy KJ J if f 4 F errch Cru fri , ,J li ,af ,lb E fff JJ .f Cllub Q fiftl V el-ji! M i ' f . ,ll-ff r M M 2 3 AWN 4 A A lr V A we A VICQXPT X ent 4, ,U 5 3 J N U, f, ,Ag wwf ry, WU ,,,,,y fi 4 amy rcs , 5 MQ L, lk ,lm q ,ry ,, xl r A Q, A 5 . , . lxmmf., ,LJ 1 Adj jj R! A M, , A 0-My . nfl!!! . frfij fl , rf iffy " 56' QJUXM Lf' CL I3 UJXBU . 51,2 Y Y Milf fig 9, 5 ,U M,!l"0x9Jrj ' l fr-JUN diff of f W wr ,MW Aww' ,ii ,Wi A W QAM MW WQWW5 W I5 Qu .A . WJ 2-.J W 1' If WU ff Y ,,rkJ,,xAy fx Jie ., Q 5 Y r kt .5 . xixjf af, ,r U , .-' lx' 1, 1.1 Us 1 ' X IJ y j 14 Uv 1 V. X .V , I , , . 1,1 -N .W 1, , I FTS' 1 , , 1. i, . H, ,I 1,,,,, .1 K ,I ,I - 1 1. .-.1 . 1,1 , ,. ,. l1!f.?l'lIy I , V ' 1- -5,0 1 if ! ' ' X . FT V 1 ' Nw . 1- 14,21 2.1 2 iv' if -ly .1-1' I' '11 , ,J ,, 1, .-.nhif ,Neil ,,f aff' . J'57'l ft' lil' 5 V- fs XA, . , F Rf' , xl! ' f 1' Mr! L Q J,t.,P,N W, ,, f Q 1 1 Ki A K, 1 122 f - f JW A Vu. V..,5,X 1 ,wgdfrfix jk .. 1 2 ,, ' -N X ' , X W 11,511 rl JU , il , 1 .mf- , J , x " Q, , . 1 W1 lj Milf: 1:15 V My fu.. Jury RFQ , rv .- . ' A 11, 1 A ' lj 1 1' , ,N nj 1 'L .fl I I 3 11.2 igg 51. ef' V ' 2 1 , , 1 l ij J V. 1 11" Q!, li KATHLEEN MULCARE 31 1 .- "The shortest and surest way to live with honor in the world is to be in reality what we would appear to be." Socrates ELIZABETH MULLIGAN "Laugh while you can. Everything has its tirnef' Francois Voltaire AA 3, 4, ECHOES 4, Future Careers 3, 4, Gay AA 1, 2, 3, 43 ECHOES 45 French Club lg Science Club 2, 3, Sodality l, 45 Spectrum Art Club 8. gm rl e U., M !,7""' 1 1 f gr? fax ! ,lc ral fr 117:-J J v A 3 f D A CHRISTINE MURPHY "Love is friendship set to music." Frederick Pollock AA 1, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 4, French Club 1, Cay Pretenders 3, Science Club 2, 35 Sodality 1, 4, sso 2, 3. 2 P fl 1. f lui' , I me ff 51 ,M A32 ,ff'Ze'J7 Mei , rs., wi .J Q' '11 1 12' rr- ,-cf' , ,L A . rw' feel ' gif- ,Ai 194' I A if Uri 'rf l-C r MARILYN MURRAY "Whatever comes shall too pass away." Ellen Wheeler Wilcox AA 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 2, 3, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4. Pretenders 4, Clee Club 35 Sodality 4. DENISE NETTUNE "A womanis heart, and a wornan's life, and a P 9 womans wonderful louef Lena Lathrap AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 1, 2, Soclality 1, 2, 3. 105 .lm M - nl A - K DONNA NICHOLSON "Good humor is one of the best articles of dress one can wear in societyf, AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CCD 1, Cheering 1, 2, Soclality 2, 3, Varsity 3, 4. 106 Wi11iamThaCkefaY IERIANNE NIEBERGALL "Happiness comes from striving-doing-loving achieving-conquering, always something posi- tive and forcefulf, David Starr Iordon AA 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, Cay Pretenders 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Science Club 2, Sodality 4, Spectrum Art Club 3, SSO 1. JANE OCHANSKI "T he only measure of perfect happiness is simply pleasure." Geoffrey Chaucer AA 2, 3, 4, Future Careers 3, Library Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Liturgy Study Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sci- ence Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, YCS 2. AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CHIPS 1, 2, science Club 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4. IUDITH O'BR1EN "In some long forgotten time, some August or July, even then we,d talk about the times gone by ,, Rod McKuen AA 1, 2, 3, 4, BLUEPRINT 4, Business Man- ager 4, Library Council 3, 4, Science Club 2. SHARON O,CONNOR "Happiness is the harvest of the quiet eyef, Austin O'Malley JENNY OFNER "I feel, I FEEL!" ROSEMARY OHMANN "His scholarship was what he truly heeded. May Swenson AA 1, 2, 3, BLUEPRINT 3, 4, CHIPS 4, ECHOES 4, Literary Editor 45 Library Coun- cil 15 Science Club 1, 2, 35 Ski Club 45 YCS 2. EILEEN O'LEARY "An -inexhaustible ood nature is one of the g most precious gifts of heaven." Washington Irving AA 2, 3, 45 Future Careers 35 Library Council 2, 3, 45 Liturgy Study Club 3, 45 Science Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. He never spoke a word more than was needed." Geoffrey Chaucer AA 2, 45 French Club 15 French Honor Society 2, 3, 4, President 45 Future Careers 35 Gay Pretenders 3, 45 History Honor Society 3, 45 Library Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Liturgy Study Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 35 Mu Alpha Theta 45 Na- tional Honor Society 45 Science Club 3, 4. FA. Ax. 'A ,WW Q 1 7 9 3 a4.e?t?f'fii?, if c V' f it "To believe in you is more than I need to ma e believing more than just making believe." Joseph Pintauro AA 1, 2, 3, 45 ECHOES 45 French Honor So- ciety 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Future Careers 35 Gay Pretenders 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Glee Club 15 History Honor Society 3, 4, Historian 35 Liturgy Study Club 25 National Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Science Club 2, 35 So- dality 1, 2, 3, 4, sso 1. SARAH PAGNOZZI "O to have life henceforth a poem of new ioysf' Walt Whitman AA 1, 2, 3, 45 Gay Pretenders 45 Library Coun- cil 2, 3, 45 Science Club 1, 2, 45 Spectrum Art Club 3, 4, President 45 YCS 3. 107 I A 4 1 ij' W if vwlbewusb Ulwy bllqxxbvitliblll AA 1, 2 3, 4' SJDQgLib ry Council 1 2 . U , 3, 4, Scgences A MG, 4, Ski Club 45 S56 3i "Little friends may prove great friencjif' , 5 esop J N 3 f , X292 a --,lhflfx MU' X .fly flxxl .n'lJx.4" "I count myself in nothing else so happy as in a soul remembering my good friends." William Shakespeare AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CHIPS 1, 25 Future Careers 3, 4, History Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres- iclent 4, Sodality 3, 45 Spanish Club 1, SSO 2. JOAN PEPPLER "Experience is the name that men give to their mistakes." Oscar Wilde AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3. IANET PIELA "The heart is like the sea, is sahieot to storms, ehhticle and flood, and in -its depths is many a precious pearlf' Heinrich Heine AA 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club lg National Honor Society 3, 45 Science Club 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, SSO 2, 3, 4, President 4. ' .M , -.rib ,J .W X xiii itil r A J SUSAN RAFFLOER "Listen, I donit apologize for being hard to know. I am what I arnf, Rod McKuen AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CHIPS 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Science Club 1, 2, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Captain 4. eff . lr ihilri' their A . J. , 1 ,fa V, J ' Vw Ll .A 1 l . f. ,ff v, 1 , W1 tc , H QE, V ff.. fl ,. by ii' K X, .A N, Vg,,,.kQ f f ea Y, . .M A f- 1 s .1 ,rf f .V . a J r ef W: , H 5.1 . ,f li yu E . 1 Q fi R L Q, 1 f U ,?.,,,f' If , FE f ' ' V Qc, L L' A, ,f , J gi" L N ti :Ji iw' it jf fi , if fwtfiff I J Q. 5 fy A' My ll lk.. M44 1. , W ,LM I, L4 L' R5 " I ., A : nw, .mf gg , 5 li f , 1 if J' .L 'lf QF' ,If aj , 4 ,, . if A A fir r'lif'ilil ' ll if ff ,,., ,LV 542 :V , , lib" Lil was 1 ,jr b' ,A REENA RAGGI A 'v 35, 'hlixff t ,J Af ki. ,Aj -, "To he all I am capable of hecomingf' 'X Katherine Mansfield 53 ,A . Q ,tt ,L AA 2, 3, 4, BLUEPRINT 3, 4, Nonfiction A ' ,. Editor 3, ECHOES 4, Editor 4, French Honor fam jj Q Society 2, 3, 4, Gay Pretenders 2, 3, 4, History Honor Society 3, 4, Mu Alpha Theta 4, Na- If VL . e ,N A uv, at A eflxe A Af ,1, , ,pl K , ua l . ,il r 4.4 ' wa My O tfanal Honor Society 3, 4, Spectrum Art Club 2, SS , 1, it L. lusbf' Cf,-df GERALDINE RENDINE "But I have promises to keep And miles to go before I sleep." BARBARA REID Robert Frost "O world, I cannot hold thee close enoughlv Edna St. Vincent Millay AA 1, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 4, Library Council 1, National Honor Society 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 4, Sodality 4, Spectrum Art Club 3. AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CHIPS 1, 2, 3, Gay Pretenders 4, Library Council 1, 2, 3, 4. LIZABET H RETEPGUIZ "Friendship is the shadow of the evening which strengthens with the setting sun of life." La Fontaine AA 1, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 4, Gay Pretenders 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1. 109 H..- ig I A grail' if Chu ' g , 1. J' will ll i J "Such a fine first dream, but they laughed at me . . . they said I had made it up." AA 1, 2, 4, CCD 1, Science Club 1, 2, 4, So- dality 2, 3, 4. 110 1 X MXN! l s Ar! ft if 5. and he a friend Takuchi IANICE ROGERS "Not in doing what you like, hut in liking what 1 you do is the secret of happinessf' James Barrie AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CHIPS 1, 2, 3, ECHOES 4, Business Manager 4, French Club 1, Cay Pre- tenders 4, Science Club 3, Ski Club 4, So- dality 1, 4, Spectrum Art Club 3, 4. 1 I AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Clee Club President 4, Ski Club 4, X51 ' rv lx NNW i Uri LQ' E 'N W PATRICIA ROSENKRANZ "My sword is strength, my spear is song . . . But laughter is my shieldf, Arthur Cuiterman CAIL ROTHWELL "Friends-hip is love without his wingsf' Lord Byron AA 3, 4, BLUEPRINT 4, Science Club 3, Ski AA 1, 2, 3, 45 CHIPS ls Future T6aChG1'S 3 Club 4, Spectrum Art Club 3. 4, President 3, 4, History Honor Society 3, 4: President 4, Mu Alpha Theta 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4. "Let me live in a house hy the l l l A wfljy, ti x PAMELA RUNGE "Peace is such a precious jewel that I would give anything for it but truthf, AA 1, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 4, Sciencc Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 1. JANET SALVATORI "God forbid that I should go to any heaven in which there are no horseslv Cunningham Graham Science Club 1, 3, 4. IOAN RUSSO "What we have in us' of the image of God is the love of truth and iusticef' Demosthenes AA 1, 2, 35 CHIPS 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor 4, History Honor 'Society 3, 4, Secretary 3, National Hon- or Society 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 45 Spanish Club 1, SSO 2, 4, YCS 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. 3 MARY ALICIA SAUSE "My style and my sentiment are all my own- purely original." Gordon Cooglon AA 1, 2, 3, 45 Gay Pretenders 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, YCS 3. PATRICIA SCHAEDER "To believe your own thought, to believe that what is true for you in your private heart is true for all men-that is genius." , Ralph Waldo Emerson AA 1, 2, 8, 4, Clee Club 2, 3, 45 Library Coun- cil 1, 2, Spanish Club 1. 111 MQMQ Willey? MARY ANN STEINKE UT here can be no happiness equal to the ioy of finding a heart that understands." Victor Robinsoll AA 1, 2, 3, 45 CCD lg Science Club 3, 4, S0- dality 1, 2, 3. i MARYANN srrcco "Some men see things as they are-and ask why? I dream things that never were-and ask why not?" George Bernard Shaw AA 1, 2, 3, 45 BLUEPRINT 3, 4, Glee Club BARBARA STIEHL "I have courage to fight danger when it conies, but thereis no defense against Zonelinessf Ioan Walsh Anglund AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 35 Soclality 1, 2, 3. 1, 2, 35 Library Council 1, 23 Spectrum Art Km -"J Club 3, 4, sso 1. AQ, A 21 M Q! , , Lf' if, fs fx ' 1 ,, ff' qv" 5,451 V, y4,,,.u! I N, - 7 N X4 6 MW K ,XM Q!! X., J J in . riff CATHERINE SULLIVAN "Born with a gift of laughter, and a sense that the world was madf, Rafael Sabatini AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CHIPS 2, 3, 4, Future Careers 3- Science Club 1 2 4' Ski Club 4- Soclalit I "N M f ,K 1 cfm' f if 1 ffm V fav? gi 1 --ELI rf A, 1 1 12 fi ffl l ev AX V .59 f fl XJ if L ,fro 1 .fin fkff' A we M1-f X 1 C 11 K N 1-f 1 if 1 ,My v X jx, nothing sol stillnessmafgy l wfiWVilliam " Ci1l3llIPS 1, F jggjif JJ , , , , , Y HOHOY 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity 2, 3. iciety jSpanish fi .f"'I,fff A as ' J 21, af' 2 , A Ffwm filly' 3 ,fn lx-V10 if 114 if 1 U4 f' , , M.. - ,cr . 1: ,J ,f' , ,, -1 hw jf J xx X 1 .f A Ill tl ,X A IM, 'QU fr A 5 lit' 1 5 Nl il , , V' We E: AU VA' K , 1 LL ,fy SU xl! 'VU' .. 'sa J' wb M1 N Al f 1 rw 1 QW-f AMX we 51 QQ 'Wie za M. v .Ml 1 .ff JV W' L 'ljmtyl Y H A VCLNA ,ll ll ,JW f .. lt' will QV A 1 7' Jul rw, f JL A ,fl-PJ! l W ,L L, P0 ' " 1? ,' A ,l ,ff r"M"' 1 ' V CN fd, 1-l 1 431 f i ' i , . ,,R'w VN J , new vl 1 ' - ' 1 fl QA. IJ, V' 1 E 2' x 1 1 ju' -.X , ' h ' Wy ,Lyy xvuff' MEREDITH TEE I if INN! tg am born happy every morning." "My heart never ceases to listen to your heart." 1 " Edith Wharton Kahlil Gibran AA 1, 2, 3, 4, cheering 1, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 4- AA 1, 3, 44 Science Club 2- ' Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1. , E NANCY THOMAS c'For every star that falls to earth a new one glows, for every dream that fades a new one growsf' Rod McKeun AA 1, 2, 3, 45 CHIPS 1, 2, Library Council 1, 25 Spanish Club 13 Spectrum Art Club 1, 3, 4. IUDITH TIREN "What haue I to do with the saoredness of tradition, if I live wholly from within? Ralph Waldo Emerson AA 1, 2, BLUEPRINT 3, 4, Poetry Editor 45 ECHOES 4, Clee Club 1, 25 Library Council 1, Science Club 35 YCS 2, 3, 4. 1 1 f K ELAINE TOMPKINS "After all it is not what is around us, but what is in us, not what we haue, but what we are, that makes as really happy." Gelke AA 1, 2, 3, 45 CCD lg Future Careers 3, Sci- ence Club 2, 45 Sodality 1, 2, 3. 115 l I ,- "All who win joy must share it, Happiness was born a twin." M lm A smile md Byron MARY ANN TURBIAK AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Ecnoes 4, cey Pretenders 3 AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CCD 1, 25 ECSHCZES 45 Cheering eeMay I make lonely folks feel less glone, 49 Scrence Club 2, S, Spectrum Art Club 4 1, 2, 32 45 Llbfafy Councl f ' And happy ones a little happier yet. Mary Carolyn Davies AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Council 1, 2, Ski Club 4, Spectrum Art Club 1. REGINA VANCE '. . . to the elements be free, and fare thou well!" William Shakespeare AA 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 15 Gay Pretenders 3, 4, Spectrum Art Club 1, 3, 4. 116 l CAROLE VAN PELT "To miss the joy is to miss all." Robert Louis .Stevenson ' AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheering 15 French Club 15 Cay Pretenders 2, 3, 45 Science Club 2, 3, Ski Club 45 Spectrum Art Club 1, 3. DOREEN WEIDMANN MADONNA WILKINS "It matters not how a man dies, "My 7160715 19010-S' U79 but how he lioes . . f' when I behold a rainbow in the slcyf, Samuel johnson William Wordsworth AA 1, 2, 3, 4, CCD lg ECHOES 4, Gay Pre- AA 1, 2, 3, 4, science Club 2, 3, Sodality 2, 3. tenders 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Science Club 3, Ski Club 4, President 4, Spectrum Art Club 3. , xt Q,- JXJQ J Q fp N S 511 X. 4 ,rf fr 3 ,V Q' ,M 3 f 3fN,f . Q? wr- ff f Otgza' ELAINE VVOLF "To accomplish great things we must not only act, but also dream." Anatole France AA 1, 2, 3, 45 ECHOES 4, French Club 15 French Honor Society 2, 3, 4, History Honor Society 3, 45 Liturgy Study Club 2, 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, President 4, Science Club 2, 3, Sodality 1, 2, SSO 3, 4, YCS 3, 4. EILEEN VVYNNE "Laughter and memories, and a few regrets, Some honour, and a quantity of debts." Hilaire Belloc AA 1, 2, 3, 4, ECHOES 4, Photography Editor 45 French Club 1, Future Teachers Club 3, 4, Library Council 1, 2, Mu Alpha Theta 4, Na- tional Honor Society 4g Science Club 2, 3, Ski Club 4. Jifvif? EQ MARY E. ZENORINI "lust outside my wisdom are words that answer eoerythingf' Ioan Walsh Anglund AA 1, 2, 3, 45 Gay Pretenders 2, 3, 4, Library Council 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3. 117 JANET BEAUGARD 869 Kinderkamack Road River Edge, N.J. 07661 SUSAN BERNARD 69 Birch Road, Dumont, N .J. MAUREEN BOLEY 317 Jordan Road New Milford, N.J. 07646 LORRAINE BOTTIE 36 Spring Street Harrington Park, N.J. 07640 ELLEN BRINKWORTH 85 Clinton Park Drive Bergenfield, N.J. 07621 ELIZABETH BRODECK 514 Mildred Place, Oradell, DENISE BROUSSEAU 386 West Ivy Lane Englewood, N.J. 07631 JUDITH BROWN 102 Brookside Avenue Cresskill, N .J. 07626 DONNA CALAUTTI 100 Beucler Place Bergenfield, N.J. 07621 CHRISTINE CAMERLENGO 175 Pershing Road Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 07632 F RANCESCA CAPPELLETTI 99 West Englewood Avenue Teaneck, N .J. 07666 PHYLLIS CARDINALE 1050 Cumbermeade Road Fort Lee, N.J. 07024 BARBARA CARMAN 565 Warwick Avenue Teaneck, N.J. 07666 AMELIA CHICCONE 468 Glen Avenue Palisades Park, N.J. 07650 PATRICIA CIOFFI 71 John Street Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 07632 GERARDINE CIRINO 160 Reservoir Avenue River Edge, N .J. 07661 ' DONNA CLARKE 101 Kohring Circle Harrington Park, N.J. 07640 MARIANNE CLARKE 213 Phelps Avenue, Cresskill, ANNE COLLINS 626 Schaefer Avenue Oradell, N .J. 07649 KATHLEEN CONNELLY 80 Spring Street Harrington Park, NJ. 07640 PATRICIA COONEY 1104 Buckingham Road Palisades, NJ. 07024 LINDA COPPOLA 07028 N.J. 07649 N.J. 07626 70 Euclid Road, Palisades, N.J. 07024 MARYANNE D'AVI 212 New Jersey Avenue Bergenfield, N .J. 07621 ELIZABETH DAY 2000 Linwood Avenue Fort Lee, N.J. 07024 PATRICIA DENNISON 75 East Clinton Avenue Bergenfield, N.J. 07621 Senior Directory ANN DORIGAN 81 Donnybrook Drive Demarest, N.J. 07627 MARGARET DOWNEY 30 Porter Avenue BergenHeld, N.J. 07621 BARBARA DUGGAN 104 Northwood Avenue Demarest, N .J. 07627 BARBARA DUNN 15 Churchill Road Cresskill, N.J. 07020 PATRICIA DUNPHY 258 Everdell Avenue Hillsdale, N.J. 07642 LINDA ECK 47 Hopper Avenue VVestwood, N.J. 07675 JO ANN ELIASON 156 Dwight Place Englewood, N.J. 07631 PATRICIA ELTER 78 Blauvelt Avenue Bergeniield, N.J. 07621 JUDITH EREMIN 847 Blanche Avenue Norwood, N.J. 07648 ANN FARRELL 20 Sherwood Avenue Teaneck, N.J. 07666 CHRISTINE FERREIRA 693 Oak Avenue, Maywood, N.J. 07607 'MARCO FINNEGAN 655 Fifth Avenue River Edge, N.J. 07661 LORRAINE FLETCHER 623 Studio Road Ridgefield, N.J. 07657 VERONICA FLYNN 16 Ross Avenue, Emerson, N.J. 07630 ELLEN FREI 270 Manchester Road River Edge, N.J. 07661 JACQUELINE GARIANO 49 Stephen Drive Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 07632 LOU ANN GARTNER 479 Linden Court Ridgefield, N.J. 07657 KAREN GASPARTICH 1414-14th Street, Fort Lee, N.J. 07024 ANNETTE GILA 1219 Inwood Terrace Fort Lee, N.J. 07024 ELAINE GIORGIO 297 Merritt Avenue Bergenfield, N.J. 07621 THERESA GLYNN 150 Heatherhill Road Cresskill, N.J. 07626 FRANCES GORMAN 66 Pleasant Street, Dumont, N.J. 07628 PATRICIA GRADY 1122 Korfitsen Road New Milford, N.J. 07646 TULA GRANDE 74-84 Bergen Turnpike Little Ferry, N.J. 07643 BRENDA GREENE 263 Highland Avenue Palisades Park, N.J. 07650 MARGARET GREENE 88 Belle Avenue, Maywood, N.J. 07607 MARGARET GROSSO 80 Hazel Street, Dumont, N.J. JOAN I-IARRINGTON 437 Undercliff Avenue Edgewater, N.J. 07020 ANN HIBNER 58 North Virginia Court Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 07632 FRANCES HINES 384 West Hudson Avenue Englewood, N.J. 07631 LYNNE HOINASH 11 Raymond Street Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 07632 ELAYNE HOLAHAN 153 Jasper Avenue, Teaneck, N.J. 07666 MARY HORAN 320 Danny Lane, Northvale, N.J. 07647 LYNNE HUGHES 73 Rugen Drive Harrington Park, N.J. 07640 DENISE ITALIANO 35 Merritt Avenue Bergenfleld, N.J. 07621 REGINA IVORY 381 Spring Avenue Ridgewood, N.J. 07450 PATRICIA JOHNSON 126-B Berkshire Court Hasbrouck Heights, N.J. 07604 BARBARA JURCZAK 24 Godfrey Place, Cresskill, N.J. PATRICE KARLSON 137 New York Avenue Dumont, N .J. 07628 MERI KEARNS 691 Undercliff Avenue Edgewater, N.J. 07020 CHRISTINA KELLY 189 Kinderkamack Road Westwood, N.J. 07675 JUDY KELLY 17 Ravine Drive Woodcliff Lake, N .J. 07675 CAROLINE KLEIN 2044 Hudson Street Fort Lee, N.J. 07024 VIRGINIA KOZAK 24 Seminary Court BergenHeld, N .J. 07621 ELIZABETH KRESS 58 Barbara Road, Dumont, N.J. 07628 SANDRA KULASSIA 200 Ridgefield Avenue Bogota, N.J. 07603 JANE LaBARBERA 1000 Ridge Court New Milford, N.J. 07646 SUSAN LeBATARD 255 Harmon Avenue Fort Lee, N.J. 07024 MARGARET LEGATO 520 Brandon Place Cliffside Park, N.J. 07010 RITA LEVASSEUR 2175 Hudson Terrace Fort Lee, N.J. 07024 CATHERINE LEWERTH 28 Arcadia Way, Hillsdale, N.J. 07642 JACQUELYN LIMA 15 Booth Avenue Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 07632 07628 07626 MARIA LUVERA 185 Myrtle Avenue Fort Lee, N J. 07024 ANN MLICDONALD 41 Brayton Street Englewood, N.J. 07631 KATHLEEN MAGEE 1009 Abbott Boulevard Fort Lee, N.J. 07024 ANN MALCOLM 47 East Cedar Lane Teaneck, N.J. 07666 MARY ANN MARKEY 192 Bogert Road River Edge, N.J. 07661 MARY MATTERN 47 Walsh Drive, Dumont, N .J. 07628 ELLEN MAWHINNEY 223 Madison Avenue Cresskill, N.J. 07626 N CYNTHIA MAZZARA 380 Schlomann Drive Oradell, N.J. 07649 EILEEN McMAHON 165 Frederick Place Bergenfield, N.J. 07621 CATHERINE McMENIMEN 15 Poplar Street, Dumont, THOMASINA MELI 60 Center Street, Cresskill, N.J. 07626 ELLEN MERLETTO 180 Howland Avenue Paramus, N .J. 07652 MARIE MESSINA 23 Seneca Avenue, Dumont, N.J. 07628 KARLA MICHAELS 505 Wendel Place, Oradell, N.J. 07649 PATRICIA MILO 431 Kinderkamack Road River Edge, N.J. 07661 PATRICIA MINEY 155 Pleasant Avenue Bergeniield, N.J. 07621 CATHERINE MOES 533 Summit Avenue Carlstadt, N.J. 07072 GAIL MONAGHAN 10 Craig Road, Hillsdale, N.J. 07642 KATHLEEN MULCARE 367 Trensch Drive New Milford, N.J. 07646 ELIZABETH MULLIGAN 305 Woodside Avenue Ridgewood, N.J. 07450 CHRISTINE MURPHY 49 Fairview Avenue Woodcliif Lake, N .J . 07675 MARILYN MURRAY 190 Highland Avenue Bergenfield, N.J. 07621 DENISE NETTUNE 586 Anderson Avenue Closter, N.J. 07624 DONNA NICHOLSON 128 New Milford Avenue Dumont, N.J. 07628 JERIANNE NIEBERGALL 271 Euclid Avenue Hackensack, N .J. 07601 JUDITH O'BRIEN 332 Beechwood Road Oradell, N.J. 07649 .J. 07628 Senior Directory JANE OCHANSKI 52 Brewster Place Bergenlield, N.J. 07621 SHARON O'CONNOR 22 Inness Road, Tenafly, NJ. 07670 JENNY OFNER New Bridge Road New Milford, N.J. 07646 ROSEMARY OHMANN 96 East Main Street Bergenfield, N.J. 07621 EILEEN O'LEARY 188 Harrington Street Bergeniield, NJ . 07621 JACQUELINE OLIVERI 555 Vfinterburn Grove Cliffside Park, N.J. 07010 SARAH PAGNOZZI 175 Hillcrest Avenue Leonia, N.J. 07605 MARY PARKER 269 Grove Street, Teaneck, N.J. 07666 ROSEANN PATE 1034 Edgewood Lane Fort Lee, N.J. 07024 GRAYCE PELLEGRINO 316 Concord Drive Maywood, N.J. 07607 JOAN PEPPLER 101 Carlson Court Closter, N.J. 07624 IANEJLPLELA 43 Mt. Pleasant Avenue Wallington, N J. 07055 SUSAN RAFFLOER 37 Holland Avenue Demarest, N J. 07627 REENA RAGGI 8 Kennedy Road, Cresskill, N.J. 07626 BARBARA REID 76 Hickory Lane, Closter, N.J. 07624 GERALDINE RENDINE 379 Hickory Street, Teaneck, NJ. 07666 LIZABETH RETEGUIZ 489 Jane Street, Fort Lee, NJ. 07024 JEAN ROBINSON 108-12th Street, Cresskill, N.J. 07626 JANICE ROGERS 115 Summit Street, Norwood, N.J. 07648 CATHERINE ROSEN 43 Cambridge Place Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 07632 PATRICIA ROSENKRANTZ 426 Crest Drive, Northvale, N.J. 07647 GAIL ROTHWELL 125 No. Taylor Street Bergeniield, N .J. 07621 PAMELA RUNGE 627 Studio Road, Ridgefield, N.J. 07657 JOAN RUSSO 351 Maitland Avenue Teaneck, N .J. 07666 JANET SALVATORI 34 Cedar Lane, Closter, N .J. 07624 MARY ALICIA SAUSE 1020 E. Lawn Drive Teaneck, N.J. 07666 PATRICIA SCHAEDER l 2 Clyde Court, Bergenfield, N.J. 07621 LORRAINE SCHAFFER 27 Edgemont Place, Teaneck, NJ. 07666 SANDRA SCHRECK 31 Shelley Court Bergenfield, N .J. 07621 MARYBETH SCHWITTER 738 Summit Avenue River Edge, N.J. 07661 MARYBETH SEXTON 344 Summit Avenue Hackensack, N.J. 07601 ROBERTA SIBILIA 84 Demarest Avenue Emerson, N .J. 07630 SHARON SMITH 255 Dorchester Road River Edge, N.J. 07661 SUZANNE SMITH 191 Wearimus Road Hohokus, N.J. 07423 BARBARA SOPELSA 19 Henry Avenue Palisades Park, N.J. 07650 THERESA SPOLA 158 Roosevelt Street Cresskill, N .J. 07626 MARIA STAVOLA 69 Tracy Place, Englewood, N.J. 07631 MARY ANN STEINKE 284 Knickerbocker Road Tenafly, N.J. 07670 MARYANN STICCO 262-6th Street Palisades Park, N .J. 07650 BARBARA STIEHL 575 Next Day Hill Englewood, N.J. 07631 CATHERINE SULLIVAN 287 Oakwood Road Englewood, N.J. 07631 BERNADETTE TARALLO 446 Greenmount Avenue Cliffside Park, N.J. 07010 MEREDITH TEE 33 Surrey Lane, Bergenield, N.J. 07621 MARY THOMAS 165 Hillside Avenue Cresskill, N.J. 07626 NANCY THOMAS 41 Irving Avenue Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 07632 JUDITH TIREN 365 Morningside Terrace Teaneck, N.J. 07666 ELAINE TOMPKINS 89 Morningside Avenue Cresskill, N .J. 07626 KATHLEEN TOOMB 35 Blish Place Dumont, N.J. 07628 MARY ANN TURBIAK 12 Beacon Street, Dumont, N.J. 07628 MARIE TYLER 31 Beverly Road, Oradell, N.J. 07649 REGINA VANCE 79 Harding Avenue, Dumont, N .J. 07628 CAROLE VAN PELT 425 First Street, Oradell, N.J. 07649 'DOREEN WEIDMANN 147 Old Tappan Road Old Tappan, N.J. 07675 MADONNA WILKINS 365 Morningside Terrace Teaneck, N.J. 07666 ELAINE WOLF 725 Broadway, Norwood, N.J. 07648 EILEEN WYNNE 33 Merritt Avenue, Cresskill, N.J. 07626 MARY E. 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X 7 ff' "D C' S ,I -Ig' flu 'Q ,Lf ,Mx I' WMI' J if BEST WISHES to the CLASS OF 1969 The Mothers' Guild Cpl tf Collegiate Outfitting Company Inc. 1- 'Q .q,:,Q,z.,. t.m.6 40 West 225th Street New York, New York 10463 The Spoia Family 158 Roosevelt Street Cresskill, New Jersey O7626 768-8186 BERNARD GORDUN, JR. LIFE e GENERAL INSURANCE Accounting and Tax Service 355 I-lardenburglfi Avenue Demarest, New Jersey Bergen County UTTO SUPPLY 81 SUN fTY x e KD New York MANHATTAN BUILER AND EQUIPMENT Life - Live it. Love - Find it. Happiness - Give it. TO THE CLASS OF '69 Compliments ot Grande Scrap Metals lnc 74-84 Bergen Turnpike Little Ferry, New Jersey RENAULT See your Renault dealer or write for additional information to Renault Inc. Box 51, 100 Sylvan Avenue, Englewood Cliffs, N. J.07 632 !'famali'4 Juniors Misses Childrens infants Cnubbies 27 Union Avenue Cresskill, New Jersey 567-3340 Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. I. Ochanski BERGENFIELD P .XJ 54 MDA JVQJQQYUQJ Syfmx gf N,wi5pf3f My WW? WJSAHN J. BRESLIN, JR. . . ,DWELX W g. ygfjfffg CHARLES RODGERS MICHAEL J. BRESLIN, JR E. CARTER CORRISTON AAWP Danny Auresto G. Bachmann Family Arlene Banks Mr. and Mrs. William P. Banks The Beckerle Family Belle, Booke, and Kandle Nelson D. Bookstaver, D.D.S. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Brennan Mary and George Brown Christopher R. Ciongoli Closter Fabric Shoppe Morris L. Cohen Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Conn Curiosity Jewelers, Inc. Dean Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. de Laura Fashion Chalet Salon The Florence Shop ALL STATE ALUM. ALTERATION Box 532 Tenaily, N. J. A 8: M ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. 248 Nassau Avenue Brooklyn, N. Y. A 8: M HARDWARE 31 Union Ave. Cresskill, N. J. AMERICAN ALLOYS 123 Centre Ave. Secaucus, N. J. JAMES A. ARBUCHO Corporation and Personel Ins. 320 Park Ave., N. Y. ATLAS 5 Sz 10 179 Main St. Fort Lee, N. J. BAUER DRIVING SCHOOL "Learn to Drive" 567-8444 or 265-3838 BERGEN VALET 28 E. Main St. Bergenield, N. J. BROWNE MOTOR SALES INC. 395 Closter Dock Rd. Closter, N. J. STEPHEN BRODECK Cart-Wright Industries Englewood, N. J. Patrons A Friend Louise Fuchs Mr. and Mrs. V. Fuchs and Family Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gariano Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gariano Glamour Pools-Aztec Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Guasti Wanda Hart William Hart Eleanor M. Heide Kathleen and Thomas Heide Ilya Jeff and Jody Mrs. W. Kielmann Dr. and Mrs. Ernest P. Leclercq Kathy Magee The Magees Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Malinka Mason Cleaners Business Patrons ALBERT CATTAN Photographer River Edge. N. J. C Sz E AUTO SERVICE 36 Central Ave. Tenafly, N. J. CHEZ CHARLES SALON 27 Park St. Demarest, N. J. CHIEF JUSTICE WHITE COUNCIL K of C 9652586 Teaneck-Bogota, N. J. THE COWARD SHOE 337 Main St. Hackensack, N. J. CRESS CLEANERS 54 Union Ave. Cresskill, N. J. CRESS SPA 56 Union Ave. Cresskill, N. J. DEMAREST'S 1 Highwood Ave. Tenaily, N. J. DEMAREST PHARMACY, INC. 130 Hardenburgh Ave. Demarest, N. J. Michael, Barbara and Dennis Mikeis Tailor Shop Dr. Robert J. Neville Mrs. Robert J. Neville The O'Brien Family Merry O'Donovan Peter-Lisand Machine Corp. Dr. and Mrs. Vincent V. Raccuia Maria, Ann, Joey, Salvatore Geri Rendine ,69 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Rendine Mr. and Mrs. William F. Schreck M. Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. J. Sebastiano Matthew Strumph Sullivanis Fabric Shop Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Tolomeo Turner's Stationery Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zenorini EAST BERGEN TRANS., INC. 12 Bellview Pl. Palisades Park, N. J. EASTERN OF NEW JERSEY, INC. 1510 Boulevard Jersey City, N. J. ECKCO SHEET METAL WORKS 693 Broadway Westwood, N. J. ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS Friendly Service Rt. 9W-LO 8-5779 FINE SPIRITS 14 River Edge Rd. Tenafly, N. FLORENCE SHOP 1 N. Washington Ave. Bergenfield, N. J. FRIGIDAIRE RAPID DRY CLEANERS Attendant Service Closter Plaza, N. J. V. FUCHS HOME IMPROVING 81 Rose St. Cresskill, N. J. GOOD SAMARITAN NURSING HOME Garfield Ave. Jersey City, N. J. GREENVILLE CANDY 5z TOBACCO CO 481 Ocean Avenue Jersey City, N. J. 129 Business Patrons GRANTWOOD LUMBER CO. Bergen Blvd. Palisades Park, N. J. GRATZEL'S BAKERY 474 Cedar La. Teaneck, N. J. HARDING AND HEAL PRINTERS W Larry Fernandez River Vale, N. J. HART SCENIC STUDIO, INC. 35-41 Dempsey Ave. Edgewater, N. J. HINGIS CHINA INN 484 Sylvan Ave. f9WJ Englewood Cliffs, N. J. GUST AV A. HOFFMANN AGENCY 20 Madison Ave. Cresskill, N. J. HUDSON DRUG 60 Union Ave. Cresskill, N. J. IVY LANE DUTCH CLEANERS, INC. 515 N. Dean St. Englewood. N. J. JONES FLORIST 53 Washington Ave. Dumont, N. J. KANSAS PACKING CO., INC. 822 Greenwich St. New York City, N. Y. W. R. KEATING Sz CO., INC. 90 Broad St. New York, N. Y. THE KERITE COMPANY 2 Pennsylvania Plaza New York, N. Y. DR. AND MRS. W. H. LEMMERZ 495 Main Ave. Wood-Ridge, N. J. LEXINGTON RESEARCH Sz MGT. CORP 163 Engle St. Englewood, N. J. LIMOUSIN E RENTAL SERVICE 201 Madison Ave. Hasbrouck Heights, N. J. LO BIONDO BROS. P.O. Box 218 Bridgeton, N. J. LOG CABIN SERVICE STATION 191 County Rd. Cresskill, N. LOWELL CLEANERS 33 Riveredge Rd. Tenafly, N. J. WM. P. MAGEE, M.D. 1009 Abbott Blvd. Fort Lee, N. J. MCBRIDE AGENCY 808 High Mt. Rd. Franklin Lakes, N. J. MEDITERRANEAN TOWERS 2100 Linwood Ave. Fort Lee. N. MORSE,S CLOSTER PHARMACY 226 Closter Dock Rd. Closter, N. J. JAMES V. NAIMO, INC. 6003 Adams St. West New York, N. J. NATIONAL SIGN COMPANY 297 Hudson St. Hackensack, N. J. NORMAN FUNERAL HOME 268 Kinderkamack Rd. Oradell, N. J. PETERS BEAUTY SALON 451 Central Ave. Jersey City, N. J. PETER-LISAND MACHINE CORP. 352 River Rd. Edgewater, N. J. RIVER EDGE PHARMACY 850 Kinderkamack Rd. River Edge, N. J. ROMEO'S COUNTRY STORE 132 Hardenburgh Ave. Demarest, N. J. SAINT THERESE'S R. C. CHURCH Jefferson Ave. Cresskill, N. J. SANTELL LINEN SUPPLY 447 2nd St. Jersey City, N. J. R. J. SCHERTLER Sz ASSOC. Insurance Agents and Brokers Hackensack, N. J. THE SCHNEIDER PHARMACY 23 E. Palisade Ave. Englewood, N. J. SCHOLASTIC' BUS CO. 93 Prospect Pl. Hillsdale, N. J. SCHRECK Sz WAELTY, INC. 27 Hague St. Jersey City, N. J. SCOFIELD PHARMACY 2 Union Ave. Cresskill. N. SHEA CHEVROLET CO. 111 River St. Hackensack, N. J. STEWART DRESCHER Sz SON, INC 115 Serpentine Rd. Demarest, N. J. ' TEANECK DELICATESSEN Cedar Lane Teaneck, N. J. TENAFLY TAXI IN C. 6 Highwood Ave. Tenafly, N. J. TEXTILE LACE SERVICE INC. 600 55th St. West New York, N. J. VINCENT'S BEAUTY SALON 6413 Bergenline Ave. West New York, N. J. WELSH FARMS INC. Long Valley New Jersey Z. B. YARN MILLS INC. 600 55th St. West New York, N. J. Administration, 8-9 Advertisers and patrons, 120-130 Campus scenes, 2, 3, 67 Classes Freshmen, 23-25 Juniors, 18-20 Sophomores, 20-23 Contents, 5 Curriculum AP Biology, 48 AP English, 45 Art, 36, 50 Biology, 48 Chemistry, 48 Creative Writing, 45 Driver Education, 53 English, 45 French, 47 Health, 53 History, 46 Home Economics, 51 Latin, 47 Mathematics, 49 Music, 50 Music. Appreciation, 50 Physics, 49 Physical Education, 53 Religion, 44 Spanish, 47 Speech, 45 Stenography, 52 Typing, 52 Dividers Administration and Facul Classes and Clubs, 16-17 Curriculum, 42-43 Seniors, 80-81 Story of the Year, 54-55 Faculty, 10-15 Fathers' Club, 56, 71, 120 Foreword, 4 Mothers, Guild, 56, 60, 121 S PRINTIN CO. Tv, New Jsnszv ty, Index Organizations Athletic Association, 27, 68, 69 BLUEPRINT, 30 CHIPS, 29 CCD, 39 ECHOES, 28 Future Careers, 41 Future Teachers, 41, 58 Gay Pretenders, 33, 64-65 Glee Club, 32 .., Library Council, 34 Liturgy Study Club, 37 National Honor Society, 31 School Spirit Organization, 26, 70-73 Science Club, 35 Ski Club, 41, 66-67, 70 Sodality, 38, 70-71 Spectrum Art Club, 36 Young Christian Students, 40 Senior Directory, 118-119 Senior Portraits, 86-117 Special Events Advent Wreath, 44, 62 Charm Course, 58-59 "Cheaper by the Dozenv, 74 "Christmas Carol, Av, 62-63 Day of Becollection, 44 Faculty Tea, 58 Father-Daughter Game, 27 Father-Daughter Breakfast, 70-71 F reshman-Sophomore Dance, 58 Clee Club Concert, 75 Graduation, 78-79 Halloween Party, 59 Honor Society Induction, 32, 60-61 Iunior-Freshman Social, 57 Iunior Prom, 74 Mother-Daughter Luncheon, 74 Quebec Trip, 47, 74 Senior Card Party and Fashion Sho Senior Prom, 76-77 Senior Trip to United Nations, 74 Stratford Trip, 60, 75 SSO Week, 72-73 Subject Index, 131 Sub-title Page, 1 Title Pages, 2-3 W, 60-61 fr, , , X, 'X xx ix NN Ng! 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'V . my M, 5 Aff' ,. 851, sew, Graduation 1969 On behalf of the graduates, I should like to thank Right Reverend Monsignor Thomas Duffy for presiding at our commencement exercises, Very Reverend Monsignor Thomas Gilhooly for his inspiring address, and Father John Murray for his services as Master of Cere- monies. I wish also to extend our gratitude to the revered members of the clergy and faculty, to our parents, relatives, and friends. Your presence truly adds joy to this occasion. A As president of the school, itis an honor and a privelege to represent the sender class tonight. This is an occasion that will always remain a treasured memory. While expressing our sincere appreciation to all who made it possible, T should like to assure you that f.' IG are aware not only of all that you have contributed to our present success, but also of your concern for-our future. with knowledge of todayfs campus unrest, many of you may look ' n ahead with apprehension. Some radicals. with no constructive goals, are bent on disruption and destruction. Consequently, anarchy and extremism seem to characterize today's youth. By this time,however, it should be clear to all of us, that it is an easy thing to pull down and destroy rahher than to build up , sy P and preserve. But most young people like ourselves can recognize the waste of lives andproperty that could be utilizedJg?iMUtelaWLMgw .vli any, 4 2, - H l-.J 4112Q,f53, 1"iff.!Vl.,fxJf:?-5? QL If we believe in tomorrowfk Youth always believes that tomorrow will V be better than today. We also believe that we can do tomorrow what seems impossible today. we have learned from you, our parentsithat sacrifice and self- control must accompany our drive to succeed. You have helped to de- velop our sense of values and the principles that have to serve as '-V1.1 1 ,1 V -T- . 1 1, 1 F 1 V1 . r 17 1, 1 , 15 V-if H, , null, 11: 1 1 ' ly . was 1 Q XI '1 JJ' - , .. 1 1 1 1 vt , V3 -. 1- X ' N .1 '1V- V' la' f rr V F 1 W, 1 ' 1 ,,-" 1 , "V V 1 , 1 V A El! A L . ,115 r Ea' f-- 1--1 1 W X 1 ..1,i 1 1 K x D.l:l.L.' 1"1-1 , el 1 'w.:. . N:-Lvl f-TU 1 , f ,- ,Q ,L E . fmwj 1.11. , -,m-- 1 4-fd-1 -1'fN-1-,-A--'V ' - A VF -. . . ,. -. L 'W ' LD HH 'f'3X 111111 1-'lf-aka L1 f11,' 1- , ,1 w J '15 H1 L 9 L, 1 1 I 'H ' f 1 .J ,. ww firm rock foundation on which to build our own lives and thus a better ,tb N?i.,fgv:,w,,..2 world. we shall always be gratefuljfor helping us to plan for a life of purpose, prbdiotivity,qand real happiness. A woman's whole personality is directed toward people rather than things. Our specialized education here at Holy Angels has helped us to recognize that our task and our fulfillment lie in love and service. 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ETSI qw - JH, o I ZZ Q, Wg, . 2 , I ug Q-9 X gg , a x , P W S fi Il Q '45 23. 7 o 5-rr M o O vi I b 5 il FQ X ' 5 ss S N Q is H 1, P' if at K ff A Q 5 Q SI ' ,J X. K - Rf Y 175 1 . ' . 9 ' Q X 1 tar LXXY X ,X Reunion Committee Phyllis M. Cardinale Patricia J. Cooney Anne Collins Politi Carol VanPelt O'Brien March 1979 Dear Member of the Class of '69: The response to our initial inquiry was good. Of the 141 members of our class, over 502 have replied. We are enclosing a list of those people we were unable to reach. If you know where any of them are, please pass this information on to them and have them contact us. The major consensus was to have the reunion at the school. Therefore, it will be held on Saturday, May 19, l979 at 6:00 p.m. We plan to have a cocktail hour and buffet dinner with unlimited liquor fyes, we are finally permitted to drink on the premisesb. The cost will be 520.00 per person. Husbands andfor dates are welcome. Kindly indicate on the form attached below whether you plan to attend and return it to: Phyllis Cardinale 2180 Center Avenue Apt. 3E Fort.Lee, New Jersey 07024 Z If you plan to be with us, you must respond no later than Aprzisi fy . Please make all checks payable to A.H.A. - Class of '69, We are looking forward to seeing you. Hope you can join us on May 19th. Ve y yours, fl Phy' ' M. Cardinale "Patricia J. Cooney- 'dwg KAW -Jwumw gm Jill? Wi ww L ' CMM -f' 326' 98 7'Q 5 Whb7f+1'Wf Qflgb V wp QQUMJCOM M,w-Aj WMU SM l,,f,,,3,Q,Q z . ',1X,WWmKCmMQWMQ WWWWQM' 1 Susan Bernard Chris Camerlengo Ann Dougan Peggy Downey Barbara Dunn Pat Dunphy JoAnn Eliason Judy Eremin Ann Farrell Chris Ferreira Margo Finnegan Lorraine Fletcher Veronica Flynn Jackie Garino LouAnn Gartner Annette Gila Elaine Giorgio Tula Grande Brenda Greene Margaret Grosso Joan Harrington Ann Hibner Elayne Holihan Mary Horan Lynne Hughes Denise Italiano Pat Johnson Barbara Jurczak Meri Kearns Chris Kelly Caroline Klein Ginger Kozak Sandra Kulossia Susan LeBatard Rita Levasseur Jackie Lima Maria Luvera Kathy Magee Cynthia Mozzara Pat Milo Pat Miney Marilyn Murphy Denise Nettune Judy O'Brien Sharon O'Connor Jenny Ofner' Roseann Pate Grayce Pelligrino Reena Raggi Liz Reteguiz Jean Robinson Janice Rogers Pat Rosenkrantz Gail Rothwell Joan Russo MaryfAlicia Sause Sandy Schreck Theresa Spola Maryanne Sticco Bobbie Stiehl Cathy Sullivan Bernie Tarallo Meri Tee Mary Thomas Nancy Thomas Elaine Tompkins Mary Ann Turbiak Regina Vance Mary Liz Zenorini . ...at ......e..A.emf,....w-.:.v,,.. . , .e.,.at..:.... ae-.av-ed .,. , V .,. -x Janet Beaugard , 602 Cabot Street Beverly, Mass.- 01915 16177 927-1625 Maureen B. Boley 317 Jordan Road New M:i.lford, N.J. 07646 C2017 261-3485 Lorraine Bottie Jarney Box 256 D RFD 1 Sweetwater, N.J. 08037 Ellen Brinkworth Kinne 7767 Margerum Ave 6255 San Diego, cal. 92120 C7147 287- 1535 Elizabeth Broderick 941 Phyllis Lane Oradell, N.J. , 42013 265-1781 Judith Brown 102 Brookside Ave. Cresskill, N.J. 07626 12017 569-5381 Francesca Cappelletti Schaeffer 86 Ramapo Valley Ra. Oakland, N.J. 07436 42019 337-5537 Amelia Chicoone Calabrese 390 Oncrest Terrace Cliffside Park, N.J. C2013 945-1785 Patricia. Cioffi Drimones 23.7 ' -B S1 '- a 3. A f L.fL a Palisades Park, N.J. C2015 592-0465 f' Phyllis M. Cardinale 2180 Center Ave. f Fort lee, N.J. 07024 C2017 947-0611 Marianne Clarke 6910 Westmoreland Ave. Takoma Park, IVE. 20012 f30lJ 270-2107 Anne Collins Politti New City, N.Y. ' Kathleen Connelly 1 80 Spring Street Harrington Park, N.J. 12017 768-9287 . Patricia J. Cooney 1104 Buckingham Road Fort lee, N.J. 07024 12011 224-3245 Elizabeth Day Freeland R.D. 3 Box 3156 Seneca Falls, N.Y. 13148 Q3151 568-8382 Single 7 . Accounting Dept. - Mass. Hospital Assoc Single 4 R.N. Married Married - - Motor Home Service Advisor Single 2 Assistant Supervisor- Prentice Hall Single Administrative Assistant Married - One child - Private Piano and Organ Teacher Married 1u'g,g.L,g.a.qsfe -'fr' r ' Teacher? " Single - - Legal Para-Professional Single Research Analyst - Council for Urban Economic Development Married Single Medical Single - one child Technologist , Attorney - Married R. N . A . , ., ... , .,,, .... -...-,...1-7-e...,..........,.,.. ,..-....,,,. ., ,.......,f-ae-.Q-..,.a-.w..n,ae.a,,W, 7- W -. M, .,..-v-...ai ,.....,.... ,A ai W, Z- li'Q7.51 ,E i . . . .,,..,-4f,.L1.:fa.w...n,, ,. Maryanne d'Avi Elefante 1419 Richmoor Road Springfield, Ohio 45503 45133 390-1749 Patricia Dennison Frost little Fawn Trail Higganum, Ct. 06441 K203J 345-8681 Barbara Duggan - 233 E. 69th St. 2Hl3F N.Y.C., N.Y. 10021 C2125 861-3397 Linda Eck Irwin 414 23rd Ave. Altoona, Pa. 16601 Ellen Frei Ellender 24 Mediterranean Oourt Barnegat, N.J. 08005 f609J 698-6120 Jaoque1ine'hGariano Caffrey 377 Pleasant Lane Haworth, N.J. C2017 385- 9048- Karen Gaspartich Olsen 409 LongviewVCourt Northvale, N.J. 07647 C2013 768-8067 Annette Marie Gila 736 Bergen Blvd - Apt. 2 Ridgefield, N.J. 07657 12015 941-3508 - .Theresa ,,,. G 9 1334 vUestern"'Avef'W"' 7 ': "2" Coldwater, Michigan 49036 Patricia Grady Agresti Park Ridge, N.J. I Margaret J. Greene 88 Belle Ave. Maywood, N.J. 07607 C2013 843 - 5391 Fran Gorman Pollak 205 B Kinderkamack Road River Edge, N.J. 07661 Q20ll 342- 5787 Margaret Grosso Massenzio 2 Forest Drive Morris Plains, N.J. 07950 12011 267-8957 Joan Harrington Venditti 506 Springside Drive Shillington, Pa. 19607 C2157 775-1348 ' , .A mmm-wr. . , . -nm-Q.-f,L14g:.:wnxgs:1w-rnw.,r..-.,.WNM4-,fm-a,.,m,f,,maa..-,.f... .J ,MM-..,.,,w,.,.,,..-,,W...,.n- f.A..,r.....,..M...,.,..,,V-A... Married - Two children Married Banking Operations Single . Assistant Producer - "One Life 'Do Married t . Married - One child Franchise OwnerfOperator Tax Preparation Service Married - One child Retired Elementary Teacher Married- 'Iwo children 4, :rag ,355 'r 5-:gin .TQ - ' 1 Single Assistant Manager - V sf D,Butcher Block Co. Married A 1, Married Single R.N. - Instructor - Holy Name Hosp Married Teacher Married , Elementary 'Ieacher Married , R.N. Fran Hines m, N.Y. GLR Wham UQ-1-gAL.fS5.: P Creiyan r C Lynne Hoinash-Forsyth 27 Monument Square Charlestown, Ma. 02129 C6177 242-4058 Patricia Johnson Duck 846 A Carriage Road Pittsburgh, Pa. 15220 Patricia Karlson Brierty P.O. Box 378 Kingston, R.I. y Judy Kelly 0 5758 B Village Green Drive Pilexandria, Va. 22309 47037 360-2394 Liz Kress ' 3 Hillside Ave. - Dumont, N.J. Jane LaBarbera 4504 Saul Road ' Kensington, Md. 20795 C3017 949-7271 Margaret Legato Bello 53 Shady Lane ' Nashau, N.J. 03060 C6037 888-3744 Ann MacDonald Chappell RFD 1 Tripptown Road Cornish Maine 04020 12077 625-3308 Marilee '47 Walsh Drive Dumont, N.J. 0 C2017 385-2017 6 Ann Malooom Koehler 199 Cypress Ave. n Bogota, N.J. 07603 rr,, 12017 342-8014 Mary Ann Markey Peters 4666 No. Highland Kansas City, Nb. 64116 18167 453-1298 Ellen Mawhinney Jahn 1111 W. Roosevelt Road Wheaton, Ill. 60187 C3127 665-8364 7 Eileen McMahon Eschbacher 9 louise Ave. Massapequa, N.Yg 11762 15167 799-5399 5 A ,gmQm,g,,,,Q,3,.W9w,4, .wr-,Q-1 ,, .1 -X-7.155459-n 'NY x-d?5.Q.c3 Nw- Mw.,wvvv11 ft. -QWH-ffAf"'Hfv1 "!rwR4aHr4v::-9rwcfva4earunwmpv94n'wa1z'v- A-bm Married Buyer Married Polaroid International Advertising Manager for Busines and Professional Products Married Married 7 9 Single . ' - Reservation 'Sales Agent Northwest O1:Lent Airlines Single ' R.N . Married A ' Coordinator, Educator- American College of Radiology Married - One child R.N. Married - Tm children Single? . 1' n'fif? 5fQ f 11:1 Medi. 'cal Receptiorrlstl Married - One child Placement Director sf lnstructo Berdan Institute Married - One child R.N. Married ' R.N . Married Retail Jewelry SL-Hosiery Buyer 1--1-an-w-,V :.,N-.,..,'m.1.,,-w -awwi -ag N- .1-aL.,-.yrwlrvffvf Kay McMenimen Conn. C2037 847-2935 'Lhomasina Meli Giullotta 373 Outwater lane Garfield N.J. 07026 12019 478-4636 I Ellen Merletto Capo 180 Howland Ave. Paramus, N.J. 42011 845-8422 Marie Messina Benincasa 404 Old Tappan Road , Old Tappan, N.J. 07675 12017 666- 4406 Karla Michaels 459 Washington Street Brookline, Ma. 021461 C6171 731- 1217 ' Cathy Moesl- Collins f P.O. Box 27 Fi-zwilliam, N.H. 03447 Gail Monaghan Cassidy 137 Central Ave. Hillsdale, N.J. 07642 42011 666- 4608 Kathy Mulcare Flynn 15806 Fox Springs Drive Houston, Texas 77084 Bess Mulligan Wilson 563 Long Beach Road Island Park, N.Y. 11558 3l5l6l 431-5608 ' ii 3' "iff "40k" Donna Nicholson Prather 445 Knickerbocker Road Tenafly, N.J. 07670 C2017 569-7034 Jerianne Niebergall Warren Oranoque Village 86 A South Trail Stratford, Conn. 06497 C2031 377-4811 Jane Ochanski 2331 S.W. 18 Terrace Fort lauderdale, Fla. 33315 Rosemary J. Ohmann 79 White Beeches Drive Dumont, N.J. 07628 C2017 387-7923 1 Eileen O'Ieary 188 Harrington Street Bergenfield, N.J. 07621 " "'--'- v- -,mf-yuan-.1-W-sfw41m,s.m.,,. i,,,,,..,,,,,,,w,,1,wwf's,,-v-fgvw-wastwsx-4-fa-5-may-Q--m-w-an-m..mf '- Single Secretary Married Math Teacher Married - 'Iwo children Teacher Married - One child 4 Teacher I Single. A , Managing Editor - Publishing firm Married - Two children Married - One child Retired teacher 3 Married - Two children Married - Married Retired Teacher Married 3 Performerffeacher Single Married h - Programmer Single fx Sarah Pagnozzi Sandor 1450 Brook Road San Marcos, Cal. C7143 743-7975 Mary Parker Morris 645 Suffern Road Teaneck, N.J. C2013 836-9242 Joan Peppler Blake 61 Reid Ave. Bergenfield, N.J. 07621 C2013 385-2669 Janet Piela Plangemann 920 E. Montgomer St. Allentown, Pa. 18103 7 C2153 797-3344 Susan Raffloer 403 Maplewood Ave. Merion Station, Pa. 19066 C2153 667-4341 Barbara Reid Schimpf 29 Dogwood Road 1 Middletown, N.J. 07748 12013 671-6374 Geri Rendine Burghart 691 Rarrapo Road Teaneck, N.J. C2013 692-0433 Cathy Rosen 1211 S. Quebec Way if 8-303 Denver, Colo. 80231 . C3033 755-0072 Pamela Runge1Herbig, 'RED 5 Northgate Drive Bedford, N.J. 03102 f6033 627-3530 Joan Russo 13264 Whispering Lake Lane PaJ.m Beach Gardens, Fla. 33410 Janet Salvatori 34 Cedar Lane Closter, N.J. 12013 , 768-0861 Patricia Schaeder 300 N. Essex Ave. 301 B Narberth, Pa. 19072 12153 667-2218 Marybeth Schwitter Flynn 187 Wales Ave. River Edge, N.J. 07661 12013 261-7657 Marybeth Sexton Burke 207 'lblbert Drive North Syracuse, N.Y. 13212 C3153 452-0412 ' - lorraine Schaeffer York Ave. NYC, N.Y. 62123 737-7275 gsnvtf - ' A ' "' " '+'wv-rvngpgmm-My 49, 1. in P Q - 6-param-mn-naar. 1. . A .. f- V - - eww- mv'-I ..-W-............,,,,, .-4. .W . , . 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