Academy of the Holy Names - JM Yearbook (Albany, NY)
- Class of 1947
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Our Class, at first a tiny seedling, nurtured by
the life-giving light of knowledge imparted by our
devoted teachers soon sent forth branches, at first
timldly, then bravely. Now, firmly rooted in the
doctrines of what IS right, we look forward to the
day of graduation, when the class of 47 shall have
attained full growth. But before the dawning of
that day, we pause to gather leaves of preclous
memories of our school life. These are the achieve-
ments, the dear, unforgettable lights and shadows
of our days at A.H.N.
May these leaves inspire each member of our
beloved class to cherish always the high ideals 4
and the noble purpose of our A.H.N. training. May
they be an inspiration to us all to bring forth fruits
worthy of a tree so tenderly nurtured.
Dale Von Hitritz
,lean Del Santo
Mary Elizabeth Denney
Mary Joan Ryan
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As we, the leaves of the branch of ,47, look back upon ow
years at A.H.N., truly we see that there was very little w
ever did in which Cod did not have a part. Every activity
of importance has centered around Him. The iirst grea
moment of our high school days-our reception into the
Sodality of Our Lady, the daily rosary, Benediction of thi
Blessed Sacrament, with which we closed each week, the
Sodality Communion on the first Saturday of every month
our yearly retreat-all found us gathered in our loved
A.H.N. Chapel, drawing closer to the Vine, our Eucharistic
Lord. Examinations loomed on the horizon, and we evei
relied upon the aid of Cod as well as textbooks. Surely
"I am the Vine, you the branches"
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ur success was due in great part to Him. Before all athletic
vents too, members of each class could be seen, during
:cess or any other free time, in the Chapel, praying for
leir respective teams.
As our happy years at A.H.N. have passed along, every
Ludent has grown to love more and more the precious
ioments of contact with the true Center of our life-the
Pivine Dweller in the Tabernacle. For the years to come,
'hen the branch of '47 will spread out over the highways
nd by-ways of the world, we breathe a prayer to God that
0 leaf shall ever be separated from the true Vine-our
'romise of eternal life. '
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Pope Pius XII is the only Pontiff ever to have visited the
United States. It
was in the fall of 1936 that, as Cardinal Secretary of State, he entered New York
harbor. His gracious kindness and open friendliness during
his visit won for him
a place in the hearts of every true American. He traveled from coast to coast heralded
by thousands of Catholics and non-Catholics alike. Soon
to Rome, he was elected Pope.
after his triumphant return
During his younger days, our Holy Father was one of the most valuable men
in the Papal Embassy. Not only His Holiness P
ius Xl, but also the entire hierarchy
recognized his great potentialities. Now that he is the Vicar of Christ on earth one
of his greatest concerns is the plight of
the starving children of Europe
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SEGRETEMGNDISTAVO Vatican July 31, 1345
Dear ities angel ,
The Holy Father has entrusted to ms the honored duty of
acknowledging your filisl letter and the very generous offering
in the amount of 8 1000,00, which you so lovingly forwarded
to Him through the kind offices of the Apostolic Delegate on
behalf of the Mission Committee of the Holy Names Academy to
aid war stricken children.
His Holiness now bids me convey to you and to all who '
L cooperated so enthusiastically in the Charity Bsvaar, the
, x t expression of His paternal gratitude and of His high appreciation
Viv "' of the fllial sentiments of loyalty and devotion which inspired
UQQ' ', you in placing this gift in His hsnds.
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Holy Father very cordially bestows on you, on the s1sters and
Z the pupils of your esteemed Academy, His Apostolic Blessing
preying that it may be to you all, the source of bountiful
divine favors and graces.
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Miss Anne Engel Q!
Academy of the Holy Names
626 Madison Ave
We, the Class of ,4-7, humbly dedicate this issue of CHEER to His Holiness,
Pope Pius XII, in grateful recognition of his gracious blessing bestowed upon our
school during the past year.
The occasion which prompted this very special favor was a generous sum of
money contributed and sent by the students of A.H.N. to His Holiness for the starving
children in Europe. In response to our contribution the Holy Father extended his
own personal blessing to each student. We in turn should pray daily for his intentions
and particularly that he may be victorious in his struggle against the "isms" of our
The Class of '47 is entering a world torn by international strife and unrest.
We should dedicate our efforts towards maintaining a peaceful world united in CHRIST
Father Walter Duffy, O.F.M. Conv., our chaplain,
oiiiciating at Friday afternoon Benediction.
Mother Mary Esterwin
Sister M. Jane Francis
HIGH SCHOOL STAFF
Sister Anna of Mary
Sister Philip Mary
Sister Emma Jane Marie
Sister Frederick of Jesus
Sister Mary Hildebrand
Sister Claude of ,Iesus
Sister Nicholas Mary
Sister Mary Edwina
Sister Ellen Rose
Sister Evangeline Marie
AN APPRECIATION OF OUR FACULTY
Miss Elizabeth Collins, Social Studies teacher for
the Junior class, and home room teacher for the
Seventh and Eighth Grades.
My heart leaps up when I reflect
The gratitude I owe
To those who always understand
Who ever lend a guiding hand
And no reward expect
Mrs. George Hale, cunducti
Sister Mary Hedwige
Sister William Mary
Sister Edmund of Jesus
Sister Mary of the Eucharist
Sister Mary Emmanuella
Sister Albert Mary
Sister Margaret of Jesus
Sister Agnes Anne
Sister Mary Margaret
apologies to William Wordsworthl
Father Walter Burns, leading a lligh School
:cds of learning they impart
bring forth fruit in every heart
Sod reward our wondrous faculty!
Mr. Frank Walsh, directing the Choral class.
LEAVES OF CHEER
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Concerning us, the Seniors, and our accomplishments
throughout four of the most memorable years of our lives.
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Regarding the lower classmen-who have always proved
themselves to be loyal friends of the Class of '47
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Touching upon the pleasant fand at times difiicultl hours
we've spent climbing the tree of knowledge
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Pertaining to all the fun and good times we've had in
our numerous extra-curricular activities
Tall oaks from little acorn.s grow
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W ith a clever mind and a smiling face,
Betty gives our class an added grace.
Major--Latin, Social Action Committee
3, Publicity Committee 4, Swimming
Club 4, Class Plays 1-3, Sodality Play 3,
Winner of A.P.W. Art Contest and
American Artist Contest 3, A.H.N. Rep-
resentative in Speaking Contest 3.
Smiling and sweet, and loved by us all
Is Peg, who in height is not very tall.
Major-Historyg Class President 1, Bas-
ketball Team 2, Riding Club 4, Class
Cheerleader 4, Sodality 3-4, Volley-ball
jnlie, the girl with the reddish hair,
Has a charming wit thafs beyond
Major-Frenchg Class Sportsleader 1
Social Action Committee 2-3-4, Clas
Cheerleader 3, Basketball Team 2, Swin
ming Club 4, French Club 3, Choral l
2-3-4, Auxilium Latinum fCum Laude
3, Class Play 3, Operetta 2.
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carefree Helen is happy and gay,
tall, smiling presence adds cheer to
'or-Science: Eucharistic Committee
Ihoral l-2-3-4, Class Play 1, Sodality
Angela, gentle and greatly admired,
Of courteous helpfulness never grows
Major--French: Eucharistic Committee
1-2-3-4, Eucharistic Committee Chairman
4, Latin Choir 4, Class Plays 1-3, So-
dality Play 3.
Dot is the one who took snaps of ua all-
lnside and outside, or along any hall.
Major-Latin: Class Mission Leader 3,
Eucharistic Committee 2, Mission Com-
mittee 3-4, Social Action Committee 4.
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SHIRLEY LOU BRIERLEY
"S. L." has complexion like a rose,
A charming way, and stunning clothes.
Major-Frenchg Literature Committee
1-2, Mission Committee 3, Basketball
Team 1-2-3-4, French Club 3-4, Choral
1, Class Plays 1-3, Varsity Letter 2,
Sodality Play 3.
.loanie is quiet, and always sweet,
She is one of our girls who can't be beat.
Major-Science, Social Action Commit-
tee I, 2, Basketball Team l-2-3-4, Riding
Club 4, Class Play 1, Varsity Letter 2.
Virya, a smart little Spanish lass,
ls the ine sports leader of our class.,
Major-Scienceg Class Sportsleader 4.
Basketball Team 2-3-4, Swimming Club
4, Sodality 2-3-4, Varsity Letter 2.
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'em Ls good at any game
iat's what won her all her fame.
or-Lating Class Secretary 1, Class
'tsleader 2, Literature Committee 1,
iaristic Committee 2-3, Class Cheer-
er 2, Basketball Team 1-2-3-4, Rid-
Ilub 1-2, Latin Choir 4-, Latin Honor
ificate 1, Class Plays 1-3, Sodality
s 2-3, Varsity Letter 2, French Club
Fair-haired, pleasant, very true,
ls Marian with her eyes of blue.
Major-Scienceg Social Action Commit-
tee 4, Riding Club 4, Swimming Club 4,
Choral 1, Auxilium Latinum fCum
Laude? 1, Class Play 1.
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Betty a wonderful nurse will make,
Think what good care of the patients
Major-Lating Class President 2, Mis-
sion Cqmmittee 2. Social Action Com-
mittee 3-4-, Choral 1-2-3-4, Class Plays
1-3, Swimming Club 4, Eucharistic
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"K, C." is a student of musical art,
With a winning smile, and a kindly
Major-Musicg Literature Committee 1,
Publicity Committee 3-4, Varsity Cheer-
leader 3-4, Swimming Club 4, Choral 1-
2-34, Class Play 1, Operetta 2.
"K. C ."
Pat is linguistic and musical too,
And a basketball forward who shoots
Major-Frenchg Publicity Committee 4,
Class Cheerleader 2, Basketball Team 1-
2-3-4, Riding Club 1-2, French Club 3-4,
Class Plays 1-3, Varsity Letter 2.
.I EAN DEL SANTO
Jean is a genius in writing and art
And a leader in all things in which she
Major-Artg Varsity Cheerleader Cap
tain 4, Varsity Cheerleader 3-4, Riding
Club 1. French Club 3, Auxilium Lat
inum iCum Laudel 1-2, lMaxima Cun
Laudel 3, Sodality Play 3, "Chem"
Make-up Editor, Class Play 1.
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IARY ELIZABETH DENNEY KATHLEEN DEVLIN MARION DOWNES
time Hetle goes on a diet
f starts the senior class room riot.
or-Frenchg Class Vice-President l,
s Secretary 3, Social Action Com-
ee 2-3, Basketball Team 1-2-3-4, Rid-
Clllll 2-4, Swimming Club 4, French
u 3-4, Choral 2-3, Latin Honor Cer-
tte 1, Class Play 1, Operetta 2,
fer" Patron Manager, Varsity Letter
Clever and noble with ideals high,
Kate fits the motto "To do or to die."
Majorf- Frenchg Auxilium Latinum
Honor Certificate 1-3, Class Secretary 2.
Class Treasurer 3, Class Mission Leader
4, Eucharistic Committee 2-3, Mission
Committee 4, Riding Club 4, French
Club 3-4, Choral 1-2-3-4, Class Play 1.
Operetta 2, "Cheer" Editor-In-Chief.
We are not at a loss when we need a
Marion gives helping hands without end.
Major-Latin: Eucharistic Committee 1-
2-3, Basketball Team l-2-3-4, Riding
Club 1-2-4, Choral 1-2-3, Class Plays 1-3,
Operetta 2, Sodality Play 3, Varsity
With cheery smile and joking ways,
Our "Dozie" brightens all our days.
Major-French: Class Mission Leader 1,
Class Vice-President 2, Class President
3, Mission Committee 1, Literature Com-
mittee 2, Social Action Committee 3-4,
Class Cheerleader 2, Basketball Team
1-2-3-4, Riding Club 4, Swimming Club
4, Choral 1-2-3, Latin Choir 4, Class
Plays 1-3, Operetta 2, Varsity Letter 2.
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Alice, our dancer, is witty and gay,
She keeps us all merry on every school
Major-Science, Class Mission Leader
1. Mission Committee 1-2, Social Action
Committee 3, Riding Club 2, Swimming
Club 4, Choral 2-3-4, Class Play 1, Pub-
licity Committee 3.
Pat is a really worth-while friend,
Loyal and steadfast and true to the end.
Major-Frenchg Literature Committee 1-
2-3-4, Basketball Team 1-2-3, Riding
Club 1-2-3-4, French Club 3-4, Class
Plays 1-3, Sodality Play 3.
ANNE MARIE FORD
e has a misrhiefvous look in her eyes,
ll never forget her, so witty and wise.
orw-Latin, Class Mission Leader 1,
sion Committee 1-2, Social Action
:mittee 3-4, Class Cheerleader 3,
ketliall Team 1-4, Riding Club 4,
mming Club 4, French Club 3,
ral 1-2-3. Latin Choir 4, Class Plays
Operetta 2, Auxilium Latinum Honor
ilicate 1-2, Volley-hall Team 2.
A sweet-faced girl who likes good fun,
Helen wins honors for school work well
Major--Latin: Class President 1, Class
Treasurer 2, Class Vice-President 3,
Class Cheerleader 4, Social Action Com-
mittee 3, Publicity Committee 4, Riding
Club 4, Swimming Club 4, French Cluli
3-4, Choral 3. Auxilium Latinum fCum
Laude? 1-3, Class Plays 1-3, Operetta 2,
"Cheer" Circulation Manager.
Anne is friendly, good and true
And a pal to all her classmates too.
Major-Science: Mission Committee 2-4
Eucharistic Committee 1, Choral 1-2-3-4
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Carolyn, it is easy to tell,
Is the kind of friend worth knowing well.
Major-Lating Mission Committee 1-2,
Social Action Committee 4, Riding Club
1-2, Swimming Club 4, Choral 1-2-3-4,
Latin Choir 4.
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Carolyn's nickname is "Ulysses"
She's one of the class's cleverest misses.
Major--Frenchg Class Cheerleader 3-4,
Basketball Team 1-2-3, Riding Club 1-2,
French Club 3-4, Choral 3, Latin Choir
4. Class Plays 1-3, "Cheer" Advertising
Manager, A.H.N. "Evangelist" Repre-
sentative, Auxilium Latinum Honor Cer-
Sweet is the sound of her lovely voice
When it comes to singing, she's our
Major-Scienceg Social Action Com-
mittee 2, Riding Club 4, Choral 3-4,
Latin Choir 4, Eucharistic Committee 4.
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fling uml willing, she plays ervrvt
jor Art: Publicity Committee 3-4,
ling Club I-2. Swimming.: Club 4, So-
ny L2 at
Ritffs laugh we often hear,
lt ills ua all with hearty cheer.
Major- -Frenchg Publicity Committee 4,
Choral 1-2-3, Class Play 1, Operetta 2,
Sodality Play 2.
This petite is Cute and neat,
She dances wellg she's very sweet.
MajorALating Class Vice-President 4
Literature Committee Chairman 3. Liter
attire Committee 2-3, French Club 3
Choral 1-2-3-4, Class Play 3, Operetta 2
Class Cheerleader 4, Publicity Commit
tee 4, Latin Honor Certificate 1-3.
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A tall, sweet girl with friendly way,
And a western drawl-that's our Pat
Major-Scienceg Swimming Club 4,
Choral 1-2-3, Sodality 1-2-3-4.
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"Little Miss Campbell's Soup" we say
To our prefect, Mary, with her sunny
Major-Lating Sodality Secretary 2, So-
dality Vice-Prefect 3, Sodality Prefect 4,
Mission Committee 2, Eucharistic Com-
mittee 1, Basketball Team 1-4, French
Club 3-4, Choral 4, Class Plays 1-3,
Latin Honor Certificate 1, Class Presi-
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Mary's nickname happens to be Mac
Pep or vitality she does not lack.
Major-Lating Class Sportsleader 3,
Class Secretary 4, Mission Committee 3-
4, Basketball Team 1-2-3-4, Riding Club
1-2f4, Swimming Club 4, French Club 3,
Choral 1-2-3-4, Latin Choir 4, Auxilium
Latinum lMagna Cum Laudel 3, Class
Play 3, Varsity Letter 2.
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loyal frivml- yvs, tlmfs our Kay.
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aes Pre-sidr-nt 2-3. Sorlality Trvasurc-r
Mission Conrmittf-P 2534, Bzxskftltall
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uli IVirfe'-Pr:-sitlf-ntl 3, fPr0sitlcnll 4.
moral 2-3-4. Latin Choir 4. Anxilium
.tinum llium l.au1lr-l 1, flllaxima Cum
iurlel 2. lfllatzna Cum Land:-l 3, Class
nys 1-3. Sotlality Plays 23. Orwretta
"Cheer" Business Managvr, Varsity
".'lffi1'k1'y" mlfvs rare' of our finances all
With her sweet, smiling manner she
answers our call.
Major---Latin: Class Trvasurvr 2-3-4.
Social Action Committee 3. Publicity
Committee 4, French Club 3-4, Choral
1-2-3-4. Class Plays 1-3. Opvrvtta 2. Class
Pmrl fils hfr norm' most pr'rle'rflv
We think Sl1l'l5 as niwe as she frm bf.
Major- Scienveg Publicity Cornmitteu 4
Choral 3-4. Sotlalily l-2-3-4.
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Jeannie is our silent churn
She-'s never sad, she's never glam.
Major-Lating Social Action Committee
1-2-3, Eucharistic Committee 4. Class
Cheerleader 3, Riding Club 4, Swimming
Club 4. Choral 1-2-3-4, Class Plays 1-3.
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The class can count on Pat's good heart
She's always ready to do her part.
Majorvlsating Eucharistic Committee 3,
Basketball Team 3-4, Swimming Club 4,
French Club 3, Class Plays 1-3.
Marie will be able to care for us all
When she graces some fortunate hospital
Major-Lating Class Treasurer 1, Eu-
charistic Committee 1-2-3-4, Basketball
Team 1-2-3-4, French Club 3-4, French
Club Treasurer 4, Choral 1-2-3-4, Latin
Choir 4, Class Play 1, Operetla 2.
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'lla is the t'loss's tiniest sprite
tips the yardstick at five feet in
wr-Science: Sodality Play 3. So-
y l-2-3-4, Volley-ball, Baseball.
MARY THERE SA ROCHE
Teresa, with dark eyes and dark hair
ls our Senior class president, whom all
of us love.
Major-latin, Class Secretary 2, Class
Vice-President 3, Class President 4,
Social Action Committee 1, Literature
Committee 2-3, Publicity Committee 4,
Swimming Club 4, French Club 3,
Choral 2, Operetta 2, Latin Honor Cer-
Who ron outdo the avhievements of
An artist-A sturlent-dear friend-
Major' Latin: Class Secretary 1, Social
Action Committee 1-2-3, Publicity Com-
mittee 4, Basketball Team 2, Riding
Club 4, Swimming Club 4, French Club
3, Choral 1-2, Class Plays 1-3.
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A familiar phrase "lust eight more
That was one of her biggest cares.
Major-Latin: Social Action Chairman
3, Publicity Chairman 4, Social Action
Committee 1-2-3, Basketball Team 3-4,
Riding Club 4, Swimming Club 4,
French Club 3, Choral 1-2-3-4, Latin
Choir 4, Class Play 1, Operetta 2, Latin
Honor Certificate 3.
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MARY JOAN RYAN
Quiet, studious, but always gay,
Generous, musical, all fit M. J.
Major-Lating Class Mission Leader 3,
Mission Committee Chairman 4, Litera-
ture Committee 1-2, French Club 3-4,
Choral 1-2-3-4, Class Plays 1-3, "Cheer"
Literary Editor, Operetta 2, Latin Honor
Certificate 1, Maid of Honor 1, Choral
accompanist 2-4, Auxilium Latinum
lMagna Cum Laudel 2.
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Alice can easily make us smile
She keeps us happy all the while.
Major-Lating Class Mission Leader 2
Mission Committee 2, Class Play 1.
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E, curly looks and a smile'
Ir us all
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ri-Lating Choral 1-2-3-4,
lg Club 4, Swimming
4, Latin Choir 4.
We're glad our class can boast
In high ideals she'll never fail.
Major-Artg Class Sports
Leader 3, Eucharistic Com-
mittee 1-2, Literature Com-
mittee 3, Basketball Team 1-
2-3, Swimming Club 4. French
Club 3, Choral 1-2, Class
Plays 1-3, "Cheer" Art Editor,
Varsity Letter 2, Auxilium
Latinum Honor Certificate 3.
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Ann, every morning, has a
Without her good nature, now
what should we do?
Major--Latin, Class Secretary
3, Mission Committee 1, Pub-
licity Committee 4, Swimming
Cluh 4, Choral 1, Class Play 3.
"Westie" 's a girl we are al-
She is talented, friendly and
Major-Latin: Class Vice-
President 3, Eucharistic Com-
mittee 2, Publicity Committee
3-4, Swimming Club 4, Class
Play 1, Latin Honor Certificate
The ability to lead others
is not possessed by everyone.
We think that these A.H.N.
leaders have a combination
of charm, personality and
above all school spirit.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Teresa Roche, President: Mary McCar-
roll, Secretaryg Virya Carranza, Sports
Leader: ,Ioan McMahon, Treasurer,
,Ioan Maher, Vice-President, Kathleen
Devlin, Mission Leader.
Marie Ryan, Chairman of Publicity Com-
mittee, Joan Casey, Chairman of Litera-
ture Committeeg Joan Dyer, Chairman of
Social Action Committeeg Joanne Moun-
teer, Secretaryg Angela Bellantoni,
Chairman of Eucharistic-Marian Com-
mittee, Mary McCabe, Prefectg Mary
Joan Ryan, Chairman of Mission Com-
mitteeg Bella Roche, Vice-Prefectg
Kathleen McGarrahan, Treasurer.
As the twig is bent the tree's inclined'
Junior A Class Officers: ileft to right! Helen Bums,
Patricia Byrnes, Dorothy Frank, Patricia Hensel, Carolyn
Broderick, Marilyn Covatta.
Heroic Couplets to the Juniors
QWith apologies to Pope and Coldsmithl
Sweet School, surrounded by green pine,
For years hast stood the rigors of our clime,
Bleak winteris blasts, and summeris scorching heat,
Both have attacked and met with grim defeat.
And even whilst we, F ortians, love thee dear,
Thy duty to thy offspring is to steer:
So Latin, Science, Math are crammed within
The heads which seem to be immune and dim
From thoughts of dances, games, and sports galore,
Obstructions all- while Sisters beg, implore
To settle down with paper and with pen,
And think a little less of boys and men,
In order that in study flight of soull
We finally would arrive at that fond goal
Envisioned by our parents years ago,
When we, with sturdy tread, to school would go.
Thus filled with work and play the days have pa
Until this year so gay, but not the last,
Has beckoned us to share at Wisdomis shrine,-
To scale high peaks where earth and heaven meet,-
To seek the truth, love good, and beauty seek.
So we, the Juniors, send our prayers above
With steady loyalty and faithful love,
To Cod, His Mother, and the Saints, our friends,
For on their love and help our fate depends.
ANN ERICSON, '48
PATRICIA HaNsr:1., '48
Lucy Arcidiacono, Josephine Bellantoni, Caroly
Broderick, ,loan Brucker, Helen Burns, P:
Byrnes, Theresa Cain, Mary Faith Casey, Joa
Casey, Mary Cody, Rita Coughtry, Marilyn C4
vatta, Helen Daum, Pat Dollard, Joan Doyli
Helen Du Charme, .loan Dyer, Eileen Early, Ann
Ericson, Mary Jane Ferrey, Carolyn Finn, Doroth
Frank, Doris Gabriels, Doris Gassdorf, Rose Har
Pat Hensel, Faith Hughes.
thy Jagareski, Jeanne Marie King, Pat Kir-
Margaret Mary Krott, Joan Leach, Rita
irrol! lyala McFarland, Pat Maher, lrene
ni, Sally Mosher, Mary Rita Murray, Pat
ugh. .loan Orr, Rosemary Panetta, Helen
tn, Marie Rinella, Bella Roche, June
non, Jean Spina, Claire Sweeney, Barbara
rr, Pat Van Alstine, Emilia Vettese, Pat
ater, Betty Ann Welch, Joan Wiesner, Mary
.lane Wilson, Joan Zangrando.
With the advent of September, the Junior B class haughtily cast
aside Geometry, Caesar, and other forms of childish Q?l play and
undertook the adult responsibilities of the Junior year. To execute
the affairs of our class, we immediately selected our officers: soft-
spoken Pat Van Alstine, amiable Rita Murray, capable "Millie"
Vettese, versatile Claire Sweeney, sports-minded Rosemary Panetta,
and "mercenary" Pat Murtagh.
A drenching downpour failed to dampen our spirits as we boarded
a chartered bus for Auriesville. Accompanied by Sister Emma
Jane Marie and Sister Philip Mary, the Juniors journeyed there to
observe the Tercentenary of our American Martyrs.
"The Eyes" had it at our Hallowe'en Costume Party when Joan
Leach and Betty Ann Welch arrived uniquely garbed in an over-sized
pair of spectacles. Amusing and original costumes fof newspaper
and other prosaic materialsl , delicious refreshments, and impromptu
entertainment added up to a most enjoyable afternoon.
"Juniors, Juniors! Rahl Rah! Rah!" resounded as we triumphed
in the Senior-Junior basketball game. Gaily attired cheerleaders
urged the team to victory.
We especially enjoyed choosing toys, games, etc. to send our
Sisters at Key West, for their Negro pupils.
Among the things we'll always associate with our Junior year
are: the unforgettable Christmas party, the "super" Formal, the
Blaclcfriars' Play, our Valentine's Day festivities, the Latin III pro-
jects glorifying f?l Cicero . . . Pat Kirwin's One Act Play . . . Mary
Jane Wilson in Diction . . . the American Legion Speaking Contest,
where Margaret Krott captured fourth prize . . . Pat Murtagh and
her everlasting mite box. We look forward now to our Senior year.
CLAIRE SWEENEY, '48
MARGARET Knorr, '48
.lunior B Class Officers: fleft to right? Patricia Murtagh,
Rita Murray, Patricia Kirwin, Rosemary Panetta, Patricia
Van Alstine, Emilia Vettese.
Rosemarie Adnolfi, Marianne Andrews. Julia Ann Avery, Theresa Bellantoni. Patricia Breslin, Anne
Brodeur, Patricia Callahan, Lorraine Cleary, Joan Coakley, Joyce Connelly, Mary Cay Conway,
Anne Cronin, Anne Davis, Margaret Mary Diehl, Maureen Doyle. Barbara Dudley, Dolores Dufour,
Cosette Dumont,, Margaret Dwyer, Annette Eatherton, Mary Ellen Grady, Dolores Hart, Nancy
Hayes, Yvonne Hensel, Helen Hogan, Marion Hoogkamp, Jean Hooper, Jean Jalet, Jean Horn,
Genevieve Keller, Patricia Kirch. Rita Kot, ,loan Kronick, ,loan Lehr, Kathrine Loucks. Mary
Mansion, Gloria Margiotta, Ann Martin, Maureen Martin, Mary McMahon, Ioan McMunn, Patricia
Mendro, Joan Millet, Joanne Mounteer, Wanda Murawski, Ann Murtagh, Edna Murtagh, Dorothy
Nagengast, Mary Neglia, L. Geraldine O'Connor, Marion Piela, Joan Pierce, Anni Postian,
Mary Richardson, Eleanor Rioux, Theresa Sabatino, Ruth Sherer. Mary Scuderi, Helen Patricia
Shannon, Phyllis Siciliano, Mary Stockman, .loan Van Vleck, Mary Ellen Webster, Mary P.
Whalen, Barbara Zwack.
Let us look back on the parade of Sophomore B events during- this
second high school year.
Remember returning to our beloved school, where we renewed old
acquaintances and made new ones? How after the first week we suddenly
found ourselves shedding carefree habits acquired during the vacation and
assuming the roles of studious and ambitious sophomores? How bright
the vista of the unfolding year, one of true friendships, joyous occasions, and
earnest endeavors to live up to the exemplary Seniors!
Recall the great joy when our black hats were received as an addition
to our trim uniforms. How dignified we feel as we wear them to Chapel
and in the halls!
Our annual retreat came and passed, but the memory of the Masses,
inspiring Conferences and spiritual readings, lingers yet.
School life had its social side. A bazaar sponsored by the Mothers'
Auxiliary provided us with a gala afternoon. The Hallowe'en and Christmas
parties, arranged and conducted by the girls served to bring us many unfor-
gettable hours of merrymaking. Finally, a movie entitled "Holiday In
Mexico", was given by the entire Sophomore class for the enjoyment of
MARY PAT W1-IALEN,
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OFFICERS fLeft to rightl MeFront: Josephine Palermo,
M317 fallen Markham, Nancy Wallingford, ,Iacquelyn King,
Mary Ellen Benson, Germaine Ruddy, ,loan Allen. Back:
Judith Hiney, Stella Lisuzzo, Jacqueline Raymond, Marjorie
lfilligan, Marilyn Amsler, Nancy Von Hitritz.
As the year draws to a close, we look back with
pleasant memories on many happy and exciting
school days. Not one of us will forget them.
Late in September, we underwent the traditional
initiation by the Seniors. In November, we had a
Thanksgiving party, under the guidance of Sister
Nicholas Mary. Everyone enjoyed the dancing,
laughing, singing and eating.
December thirteenth was a happy day because
we were received into the Sodality of Mary.
The big social event of the year was the Christ-
mas Formal at the DeWitt Clinton Hotel. A good
time was enjoyed by all and the dance was con-
sidered a great success. Another big event was th?
Mother-Daughter luncheon, also held at the DeWitt.
The Seniors headed the entertainment committee
and succeeded very well. Now we are looking for-
ward to the concert because it will be our first.
It is only fitting that we say a word of gratitude
to our teachers, Sister Nicholas Mary, Sister Mary
Hildebrand, and Sister Claude of Jesus for their
splendid teaching and guidance this year.
We will strive hard to keep a good name for our
school, as those ahead of us have done.
NANCY WALI.INCF4JRD, '50
We Freshmen have had a very profitable and
teresting year. ln the early part of October, we
joyed studying nature in its fall colors, while
ilking in the park with our Science teacher, Sister
aude of jesus. A most pleasant time was had by
We also had several parties, Hallowe'en, Thanks-
ving and Christmas.
Our most exciting adventure took place on that
entful September day when the "illustrious and
'ulgentll Seniors had the upper hand. They cer-
inly succeeded in making this Initiation Day most
ln the beginning of December. the annual triduum
.nk place under the supervision of Father Uillay.
I. This retreat was in preparation for our recep-
vn into the Sodality of Mary.
Although our studies have been most exacting.
2 have. with the help of our teachers. absorbed
ich of the true tradition of our
ow that we have made many friendships among
r classmates which we hope will last for many
ars. We like to think that we have made friends
iong our teachers and the members of the upper
We have enjoyed our Hrst year
ik forward eagerly to the school
at A.H.N. and
JACQUELYN KING, '50
,loan Allen, Marilyn Amsler, M. Ann Beinkafner, Mary Ellen Benson, Ann Birmingham, Joan
Burkart, Mary Burns. Marie Calsolaro. Eileen Carey, Frances Carioto, Alfreda Charlebois. Gloria
Christian, E. Jane Costello. Marcia Coughtry, Erna Courtney, Derry Devlin, Eleanor Diamond,
Constance Eberle, Marie Fisher. Betty Gaucas, Andree Gilbert. Marjorie Gillizan. Marilyn llalnin.
Mary Ann Higgins. Judith Hiney. Barbara Hutson. Florence Joyce. Mary Ellen Kennedy, Shirley
Kinaman. Jacquelyn King, Joan Kniffen, Charlene Kress, Patricia Harper, Dorothy Lanahan. Stella
Lisuzzo, Geraldine Magee. Joan Mara. Mary Ellen Markham. Carole Mendro, Sally Miller, Mildred
Mottolese, Rose Mary 0'Brien, Jane Glenhouse, .lolieta Ott. Josephine Polermo, Rose Mary Paulus,
Barbara Pierce. Jacqueline Raymond. Dorothy Robarge, Virginia Ronan, Jermaine Ruddy. Ruth
Schanz. Saundra Sullivan, Gladys Thornton. Maureen Varlney, .lr-anne Van Bushkirk. Theresa
Vecciarelli, Jean Viglucci, Joan Viglucci. Patricia Viglucci, Nancy Van Hitritz, Nancy Wallingford.
Mary Ann Zaccardo.
Alice D'Anjou, Ioan Benson,
Patricia 31184611-Donna Calls,
Barbara Glavin, Ann Manning,
Lorraine Moran, Loretto Moore.
Donna Mulligan, Janice Murphy, jud-
ith Myers, Sandra Mantell, Eileen
Petersen, Judith Rundel, MaryxRyan,
Patricia Toole, Marquerite Tudico, Mary
Ellen Walsh, Cynthia Wood. SECOND
GRADE-Gloria Bruckley, Catherine Byrnes,
Grace Buettne'r, Patricia Daly, Carol DeMarco,
Mary Glavin, Carol Gorden, Lillian Goergan,
Catherine Gormley, Carol Hayes, Janet Keenan,
janet Males, Maureen Mahon, Gwendolyn Perron--,
Catherine Shoplick, Mary Rita Siciliano, Carol Smania
THIRD GRADE-jane Bar.
rett, Barbara Burdick, Con.
stance Curnin, Marcia Dalo,
Mary Ellen Daly, Carol E. Noch,
Carol Gavin, Mary Hagan, 10311
Haffis, Jfrilnne Maliar, Molly Mc-,
Ginty, Helene McKean, Mary Murray,
Clafe ROOUCY, Frances Sanders, Johanna
S'tockman, Mary Turner. FOURTH
GRADE-Catherine Carmody, Ruth Cross,
Grace Di Bella, Nancy Grayson, Patricia Iarossi,
MHYY Lade, Janvce Lawson, Barbara McGarr,
Margo McNeill, Nancy Maher, Jane Petrie, Louise
Rau, Patricia Wilkinson,
ITH GRADE r-flleatriz Ayala, June M. Anderson.
arbara A, Brothers, Julia Clark, Anne E. Disco, Elaine
Fruch, Kathleen Gainor, Carol M. Handel, Mary
Ellen llogarty, Dolores McBride, Barbara M. Leddy,
Joan M. Ledily, Marcelline McSweeney, Agnes G.
Mulderry, Nancy ll, Singleton, Bobann Vrooman,
Adella F. VValsh, Mary P. Warnock. FIFTH
GRADE -- Mary E. Byrnes, Nancy Chippen-
dale, Anita L. Droutz, Fredrica A, Dunn,
Margaret A. Dunn, Barbara A, Flynn,
Ruth G. lilavin, Carol A. Klapp, Elaine
Mcllugh. Marjorie Ann Mulderry,
Ann C. Nerf, Patricia A. Powers,
Mary R. Roche, Donna L. Schmitt,
Barbara A, Sennett, Dolores C,
LVENTH GRADE--Nancy Booth, Jane Carclonce, Diane
'hippenciale, Mary Ann Corcoran, Mary Ellen Cunning'
ham, Jane Dunn, Dorothy Farrelly, Jean Fitzpatrick,
jane Ganney, Joanne Iilavin, Margarie Kennedy,
jane Lothes, Anne Marie Lynch, Barbara Munn,
Yvonne Marcy, Kathleen lJ'Haire, Mary Alice
Rooney, june Ryan, Joan Scally, Marilyn Sca-
rinye, Suzanne Sheehan, Nancy Sherwin,
EIGIITH GRADE-Carol Brisson, Delores
Del Rucco, Mary Alice Donnelly, Mary
Ellen Ebel, Margaret Eherle, Patricia
Gainor, Ellen Grady, Sue Ann Hoog-
kamp, Kathryn Maher, Madeline Mc-
Farland, Shelia O'Brien, Jeanne
Paulos, Nancy Roche, Antoinette
Sacca, Eugene Schmitt, Mary
Ellen Schwartz, Mary Tracy,
Joan Turner, Joan Valentine.
Unity and friendship is the
nior boarders' motto. Togetl
with our beloved guardian, Sist
Ellen Rose, we have lived a wh4
scholastic year, a time which '
will always remember with joj
VIRYA CARRANZA, '47
Beatriz Atala, Iulia Ave
Anne Brodeur, Patricia Cal
han, Virya Carranza, Dia
Chippendale, Dolores Dufoi
Ellen Ebel, Constance Eber
Andree Gilbert, Mary A
Higgins, Jean Horn, Marga:
Krott, Dolores McBride, 1
lett O'Mara- .lean Paul
Jacqueline Raymond, Ma
Rinella, Rosella Roberts, Ja
Ryan, Patricia Shannon, Ma
Jane Barett, Nancy Chippen-
dale, Jeanne Alice D'Anjou,
Grace DiBella, Carol Gordon,
.lanet Keenan, Sandra Man-
tell, Elaine McHugh, Marcel-
line McSweeney, Lorraine
Moran, Mary Murray, Patricia
Under Sister Evangeline Marie's
loving guidance, we knit and sew
and play. We are always looking
forward to the parties she pre-
pares. What fun we have in the
playroom called "the "Little Bee-
The tree of deepest root is found
least willing .still to quzt the ground
Father O'Day bestows the Papal Bless-
From our freshman year, religion class was of prim-
importance. Having studied the basic truths of ou
religion, the Mass, the Liturgical Year and our Churcl
History, we now have found that Moral Guidanci
is an up-to-the-minute aid in the problems of everj
In May comes the culmination of our efforts
The Senior having attained the highest record
is chosen May Queen and crowns the Blessee
Mother in the grey stone grotto, honoree
for the occasion by the presence of Ou
Lord in the Blessed Sacrament.
ingi UEJORI the students of A.H.N. at the A5 we take leavg of Our belgvet
en 0 etreat. school, we breathe a prayer of grati
The Senior Religion Class at one of its
daily sessions of Moral Guidance.
The grotto decorated for the May Procession
at which the May queen crowns the Blessed
tude for our devoted teachers o
religion. May we repay their el
forts by a never-ending fidelit
to the truths they hav
imparted to us.
KATHLEEN DEv1.1N, '4
This' Bazaar held by the Mission Com-
mittee for the war orphans of Europe.
A glimpse of the Communion Breakfast
after A.H.N. sodalists receive Holy Com-
munion on the first Saturday of the
Xrmy of youth flying the standard of truth" ex-
d the spirit of our Sodality year. Every Friday
eager Sodalists discussing ways of making
the Catholic principles learned daily in school,
'ing a quiz to see what our I.Q. registered
it came to Religion.
,nnual retreat, December fifth. served to
these "gay gals" very serious and
'e about Father O'Day,s excellent talks.
'ery active committees were impor-
actors in our Sodality's functioning.
ty to the project of the Perfect
end--First Friday, First Satur-
md First Sunday- was an out-
ng activity of our A. H. N.
A delegation from our Mission Commit
ICC greets Monsignor Thomas Newman
before his talk on mission conditions in
MARY MCCABE, '47
The Literature Committee displays a
few of the Catholic periodicals it has
popularized at A.H.N.
The Eucharistic Committee preparing fox a
Poster making is one of the Publicity
Commiltee's chief occupations.
The Social Action Committee of A.H.N.
prepared Thanksgiving food baskets for
Forty-five minutes of study in the quiet library are always
deeply appreciated by the harried Seniors.
Typing class was
. . a great boon whe
due for E l' s
n short stories were
ng ish class.
. . - g e ate, following all the rules
of parliamentary procedure, was carried on dur-
ing ljlfllllll class.
very interestin d b
Need we say that English is a well-loved subject
at A.H.N. Besides our daily English classes we
have Diction with Mrs. Hale, and a very well'
equipped library with all necessary facilities at
As our school days have passed like leaves
before the wind, we have been whirled from
Mlvanhoen, with all its color and excitement,
to the gold-clenching hands of "Silas Marner'
Another strong gust of wind swept us to a
surrounding of American poets who gave
us fresh enjoyment in words and phrases long
to be remembered. And who shall ever forget
our rush to get the English readings done"
The library will never be the sam
These leaves of English learning will
always be pressed to our hearts and
r1c our future days.
ALICE FAHY, ,412
for the "Cercle des
f he lwhristmas party
d the toasts begin
X highlight o t . .
otoilesv was the lighting of candles an
img ".l'allume cette hougii--7'
' America and French Canada
t from l atm ,
l' h s eak-
Studen s ,
at to mention our not-too-perfect Eng is -.p
,g girls, find that English grammar is a decidedly
nportant suhject at A.H.lY.
A language student may also encounter
aesarls diverse wanderings and at the same
me learn the tunes of "Alouette'7 or "La Marg
eillaisen in French l and Il classes. Then, as
ie advances, she delves into Cicero's orations
nd acquaints herself with Guy de Maupas-
mt's charming stories, meanwhile acquiring
more difhcult "vocahulaire',. Aside from
er studies, she may enjoy herself in the
atin choir or at those Tuesday afternoon
:ssions of the French Club.
of the record our
We are very proud
.atin students have made in the Auxilium
inations. Keep up the good
CAROLYN GRANT, '47.
lfroud members of the Auxilium Latinum display cer-
tificates and trophies. A Latin trophy is awarded the school
' top honors in a nationswide
when three students win
fm-arm f ,
I lass combines stu y
d with pleasur
e in the
The French II c
f French peno
X marks some of the best Freshmen
students in Algebra.
When we. as Freshmen, came trustingly into tl
polished halls of A.H.N., Casting timid glances ,
the awe-inspiring Seniors, little did we realize wh,
was in store for us-Algebra!
After surviving the tales of the red book, M
trudged wearily into the realms of Geometry.
Then came a year of peace, as Juniors we el
joyed freedom from numbers.
Finally, as Seniors, we entered gailv into tl
spirit of hyperbolas and elipses.
January found our books worn and torn. An
through it all our teachers, the Sisters. bore pt
tiently with us to the end.
JULIANNE BEAN, '4T.
The achievements of the Sophomore class enCOMPASS a wide knowl-
edge of Geometry.
If Senior Intermediate Algebra students
work as diligently as this, what will the
equation be? Examsi 100721.
Reminiscence takes us back to the days of leaf
Jllections and experimental usage of the fascinat-
ig g'Lab', with its varied apparatus. Fortified with
nives and tweezers we advanced to the days of
issecting innocent little grasshoppers. Terminating
ur scientific study were the days of "holey"
nocks lresult of misplaced acidsl, commotions
aused by explosions, pungent odors of the fa-
tilar chemistry experiments and the muHled
:reams of frightened would-be scientists.
As we face the wide world of wonders supported
y knowledge acquired during interest-filled days
f classes in General Science, Biology and Chem-
stry, we leave thanks and appreciation to our
MARIE POWERS, '47.
Little did the Freshmen realize the intricacies of a
seashell until they were introduced into the wonder-
land of General Science.
The Chemistr class dee l resents those innuen
Y P Y '
does about "smelling up" the school. The stu-
dents are merely conducting an experiment.
The 5hY inhabitants of the Biology cor'
nel' mal' WTI!-Ktllff and squirm but there's
H0 escape from the Biology students
Wh? HFC IIOt at all shy about investi-
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A as nqvtff te ' xxejfi
The lxislofy ciaiiicziilti at li? -doorfbepcapnoi of
a . , HS
opportunities PM Seniors WSW
have 8 5 '
w York Slam
shldlmcl visit ul
annie ' nnt-
tfte Stale Cap
Margaret Krott no doubt received an inspiration
he-ref l- ' ' ' '
or ur prire winning oratlon in the American
As we turn back the pages of our courses her
at A.H.N., we find that we have made many nes
acquaintances. Where? In the corridors of History
May we now give a few opinions of these great mei
Socrates, a fine scholar, thinks we did well bu
could have been a little more studious.
Caesar the reat Roman eneral warns us "Be
s g 1
ware the team from Romeln
The Empress Eugenie, a fashion expr-rt of he
day, reports that the Seniors are right up to date ii
Washington and his famous first Cabinet an
quite proud of the work done by our class officers
while Lincoln smiles with co
the thought of our school loyalty and class spirit
And oh! wouldn't 6'Teddy" Roosevelt, the grea'
outdoor man, have enjoyed roaming in the country
the day we spent at the farm!
To all these grand friends we made at A.H.lN
we bid a fond farewell, with gratitude for theii
kind words. T
cherish. As "Pere de Violett
say, "Au revoir but not adieu". We sh
ntent as he ,relaxes ir
hey are friends we shall always
ea' fNapoleorrl woulc
DOROTHY BLAUW, VL7.
Even Shakespeare looks interested in the "puppy"
history class the Juniors are having.
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I I to Sing" carols the
The Spring Concert of 1946 given by the Choral ffl ging Because Anyt-
' S hom Senior Choral Class.
Class accompanied by the Albany .ymp ,
Orchestra, was a never-Io-be-forgotten event.
fery day as we walk through the portals of our
c Room, we think, 'gHere is a place that might
alled a world within a world". Its simple
ty is ever caressed by a Hspeech that is of the
ions". Strains of Bach, Beethoven, Liszt and
masters drift out to us. Beauty, understanding,
or strife -- no matter what the undercurrent
2 composition, it seems one is better for having
1 this stage, music students have rendered their
lions in the monthly recitals to the delight of
The annual concert of the Choral classes is a
i ht of the season, while the hope of all piano
nts is a Recital Repertoire.
e Seniors are ably represented in the ranks
3 musicians. Some are building reputations by
ng at broadcasts and social functions. Letters
quest for musical talent, from leading organ-
fns of our city are followed by sincere words
ipreciation for the splendid training given by
December, Mary Joan Ryan was presented in
rertoire. It was an evening of music enjoyed
most appreciative audience.
e shall always cherish the appreciation of
: which our teachers instilled in us.
MARY JOAN RYAN.
. Y Jo ,
might S8511 Ryans ,emu ,
entir S I 3 fnugical ri. mr? was, we
mor Class. numph for the
Be must let ifout well-earn
1- , I ,
UCker take HUC Rlllell ed Praise
Maryj ,a bury for th ff and Joan,
an s reciyal. err assistance
The appreciation of art
at A.H.N. is an ever-
With Sister Mary Mar
garet, the pursuit of ar
tistic ability is always
of interest and informa-
tion to the students.
Senior art students used their talents
to adygnlggc in decorating the Senior
classroom for Christmas.
Teresa Roche, Dale VonHitritz and Jeri Ruef
Senior artists took part in the Central Avent
Hallowe'en window decorating contest
'Friendship is a sheltering tree
A look in at the Christmas
Formal, which as you can see
was enjoyed by all.
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"Your wagons are hitched to
what?Yand the sky full of
stars!" A thrilling moment in the
Sodality play "joyous Season".
The talented vast inc'u4lvtl Mary
Cody, Betty Cox, Marie Ryan,
Pat Hensel, Margaret Krotl,
Claire Sweeney, Kathleen McCar-
rahan, Julianne Bean. Put Kir-
win, Angela Bellantoni, Ann
Ericson and Mary McCabe.
A.ll.N. rls grducl tht N d ,X
lent performance of Rlillblltll
IHC DCIIIOI' leam IS ready lOl' Inf
A toss and a tumble at the Senior- g
"Give a yellg Give a yell!
We think the Junior team is swell!"
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These Senior Cheerleaders surely strain
their "sacro-iliacs" to make our games
The .lunior Cheerleaders are certainly
up to the mark.
"Pass it high, make your aim
What d'ya say we win this game?"
A mother-daughter combination which
helped make the Mothers' Auxiliary
Bazaar a great success.
and Cy b.
wane Nlyfgelggaxnax ine.
- Yweae' bets oi X wonaellu
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.qorgei . . .
A favorite haunt of the younger crowd
at the Bazaar
Eventiiii Anne Yo
was the Doll Booth.
Our class picnic at the school farm? How we tramped out New
Scotland Ave. one beautiful fall day until that tempting odor of
roasting hot-dogs reached us. We ran the rest of the way. Hot-dogs,
doughnuts, cider-um the perfect autumn party.
And then, Anne West decided that a swimming club was just what
the Seniors needed. She did a marvelous job of organizing one
Now everyone just yearns for Friday - swimming day.
Of course we just couldn't let the year go by without forming a
riding club. With Mary Dozois as president and Patsy Farrell as
combination vice-president, secretary and treasurer, the girls don
These Seniors have been at A.H.7N
longest. With their classmates they wil
be received into the Alumnae Associz
tion on Laetare Sunday.
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tary Sisters of the Sick Poor C3116 slid
tests of the A.ll.N. Sodality. tjmiwded be may
at tl, U' lb, hav
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habits every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon and are off to
anch. My, what fun! Letis hope the horses feel the same.
:xt comes the Senior-Junior party, the most celebrated of the
Then each Senior presents to her Junior sister the key to the
fr class. Since our class colors are green and white, St. Patrickis
vas a most appropriate date for the occasion.
1 Laetare Sunday the Alumnae gives a tea to the Seniors wel-
mg them into the association. This is always a joyous occasion
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The main table at the Mother-Daughter
Dinner at the De Witt Clinton.
A group of the officers of the Mothers'
Auxiliarv with their daughters at the
, It is the year 1957 and as
g,...5"1 Anne West dashes madly down
SJ" State Street to her position
as President of West's De-
R partment Storen, she stops
to buy a paper whose head-
L lines read: "New Patomic
XX Bomb perfected by Patsy Far-
' rell." Excited by the news of
Qu her former school mate, she
hurries to her office, where, after a brief greeting to
her top buyers, Kathleen Devlin and Mary McCabe, ..
she commences to read.
After perusing the detailed account of the bomb,
she turns to the second page where she sees a point
of interest, "Five Albany girls to enter Holy
Names Order". The names, Elizabeth Ahearn,
Angela Bellantoni, Marie Ryan, Alice Salm and
Alice Fahy catch her eye. At first she looks for Ann
Ford's name, but remembers that she and Ed have
been married for two whole years. On the same
page is a picture of Marie Powers, Marion Conklin
and Betty Cox receiving their "white caps" from
Teachers at Albany Academy H N 1'
is a tea given by wives of fx
. . '
Marion Downes and Shirley f QA
1 if y
5 I A
9 A1 Iii l X
Brierley. 1 A
ln the ads she notices that n
Pearl Mendrysa, Jeanne Meyer '
Mary McCarroll, Carolyn Furrer
and Theresa Hahn are adver- .
tising their new secretarial 'K ' l
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school. Pat Curry is still trying
to sell her solution to "de-curl" natural curly h
Also on this page is an ad adverstising "Mah
and McMahon's", the restaurant famous for
In the want ads section is a notice that Mari
Heilig, Dorothy Blaum and Pat May are lc
ing for a car so that they can travel to Califol
for the premiere of "The Villians", starring M
Dozois and Rita Koonz.
On the sports page she reads that Carole Clem
A and Ann Walsh have won the Olympic Skiing C
test and are on their way to Sweden.
On the last page of the paper she sees tha
Doctor Kathleen McCarrahan.
On the comics page is "Terry and the Enemies",
by DelSanto and VonHitritz. This
she never misses. An advertisement
a few columns below arouses her
curiosity, "Are you a wallHower?-
If so see Becker, Cahill and Cramer
for six dancing lessons bound to
make you the life of the party."
On the society page she notices
that Carolyn Grant now married and
residing in Connecticut, is spending
the weekend in East Greenbush visit-
ing Jeri Ruelle and Theresa Roche
who have been married five and six
years respectively. At a diplomatic dinner in Washington,
Betty Denney, foreign diplomat of the U. S. and Virya
Carranza, wife of the ambassador from Costa-Rica, were
seen. Ann Franze, Peggy Barnes and Julianne
few more names have been added to the histr
annals of science. Pat O'Brien, Helen Fox a
Matilda Tarzia have finally discov-
ered a chair to carry them up
She notices too that Rosella I
Robert's oldest daughter, whose f "ir '
teacher is Mary Joan Ryan, is giv-
ing a piano repertoire at A.H.N.
Then from the alarm at her bed- .
side a reverberating ring pervades
Anne's room and she awakens to
find herself entangled in the bed
clothes and lying on the floor.
Heavens! What a dream! As Anne
donning her black uniform once again, it occurs
her that, even though the leaves of the branch of '
seemed scattered over the world in many directions, no
had ever lost the true A.H.N. spirit.
Bean are to arrive in Albany from their Qi: PN-
ranch in Arizona. Also on the social agenda I 'ii CAROL C1-EMEN5, ,47-
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Ahearn, Elizabeth, 118 Van Schoick Ave. 2-7996
Barnes, Margaret, 690 Hudson Ave. 2-9350
Bean, Julianne, Helderdale, Slingerlands, N. Y. 9-1313
Becker, Helen, 158 Clinton Ave. 3-7288
Bellantoni, Angela, 106 Hollywood Ave. 8-4208
Blaum, Dorothy, 4 Bogart Terrace. 4-8381
Brierley, Shirley Lou, 677 Western Ave. 2-9606
Cahill, Joan, 25 Eileen St. 2-7520
Carranza, Virya, 50 W. 93rd St., New York City. M02-2266
Clemens, Carole, 16 Hill View Ave., Renss. 3-6718
Conklin, Marion, 16 Summit St., Renss. 5-5105
Cox, Elizabeth, 400 Delaware Ave. 5-8721
Cramer, Catherine, 642 No. Pearl St. 3-5169
Curry, Patricia, 80 Euclid Ave. 2-2171
Del Santo, Jean, R.D. 2, Watervliet, N. Y. Wlvliet 108174
Denney, Elizabeth, 81 Brookline Ave. 2-6160
Devlin, Kathleen Ann, 38 Barclay St. 4-9291
Downes, Marion, 70 South Manning Blvd. 8-4160
Dozois, Mary, 15 Glenwood St. 2-4239
Fahy, Alice, Stop 36, Alb.-Schdy. Rd. 2-5713
Farrell, Patricia, 10 Holmes Dale. 2-5595
Ford, Ann, Helderdale, Slingerlands, N. Y. 9-1840
Fox, Helen, 436 New Scotland Ave. 2-2725
Franze, Anna, 53 No. Swan St. 4-1187
Furrer, Carolyn, 20 Putnam St. 4-4283
Grant, Carolyn, 436 Kenwood Ave., Delmar. 9-472.
Hahn, Theresa, 8 No. Swan St. 4-1905
Heilig, Marilyn, 21 Grant Ave. 8-1088
Koonz, Rita, 533 No. Pearl St. 4-2372
Maher, Joan, 33 Stanwix St. 3-7090
May, Patricia, 77 Cherry Ave., Delmar. 9-519
McCabe, Mary, 270 Washington Ave. 3-1325
McCarroll, Mary, 65 Fleetwood Ave. 8-1142
McGarrahan, Kathleen, 287 Columbia St., Cohoes. Coho
McMahon, Joan, 8 Ten Eyck Ave. 4-1462
Mendrysa, Pearl, 465 First St.
Meyer, Jeanne, 24 Forrest Ave. 8-1881
O'Brien, Patricia, 110 So. Lake Ave. 8-3333
Powers, Marie, 263 Clinton Ave. 5-2849
Roberts, Rosella, 1761 State St., Schidy. 6-7528
Roche, Mary Theresa, 24 Hurlbut St. 3-6936
Ruefle, Geraldine, 37 W. Erie St. 2-5366
Ryan, Marie, 20 Forest Ave. 8-2905
Ryan, Mary Joan, 35 S. Pine Ave. 2-6459
Salm, Alice, 6 Oakwood St. 2-9564
Tarzia, Matilda, 77 Grand St. 5-0685
Von Hitritz, Dale, 3 West St. 5-1518
Walsh, Ann Marie, 10 Oakwood St. 2-8103
West, Ann, 10 Stonehenge Lane. 8-3823
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Mr. and Mrs. Leo P. Roche
Mr. and Mrs. William Rueile
Mr. and Mrs. Iames F. Ryan
Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Ryan
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn E. Salm
Mr. and Mrs. Walter V. Simmons
Mr. and Mrs. A. Suprenant
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Sweeney
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Tania
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Von Hitritz
Mr. and Mrs. Homer F. West
Anne Petersen Beauty Salon
Arkay Florists '
Iatie's Druq Store
H. W. Mullons
Panetta's Food Market
Victor Cardona Grocery
We the Seniors of '47 would like to express our deepest and most
sincere thanks to -
Sister Superior and our faculty for their encouragement in the publi-
cation of our book and the assistance they have always given us not only
for intellectual but also for spiritual growth.
The members of our year book staff for their untiring and talented
work in perfecting our M '47 Cheer".
Schoolmates whose friendly helpfulness will always be remembered.
Mr. Van Nuis for his excellent advice and guidance in the assembling
of this book.
The advertisers and patrons whose generous contributions and good
will made this book possible.
Mr. Frumkin for his cooperation in giving us such admirable
photography for "Cheer".
A.H.N., our school for four of the most wonderful years of our young
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