Academy of Our Lady of Good Counsel - Aloysian Yearbook (Aloysian, NY)
- Class of 1958
Page 1 of 112
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
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Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 112 of the 1958 volume:
Muslc IS our theme because more t
story of our days at Good Counsel
Our school llfe began as Freshmen when we sang Come, Holy Ghost' at
the openmg Mass ll wlll close wlth this Semor year when as d
, gra uates, we
walk down the alsle leavlng the dear Chapel for the last tlme, slngmg from
full hearts Our Lady of Good Counsel
In vears to come a straln of muslc we used to smg wlll brmg back memorles
han anythmg else, lt tells the complete
re orlan chant as Professor Bo atto taught xt to us Happy Bar h
day to You or Congratulatlons sung so often to a celebrating classmate
a Chapel tower strlkmg the Angelus Chrxstmas carols, sung nowhere
so joyously as at Alma Mater the Star Spangled Banner of so many
Assemblles one of those daxly hymns after mornmg prayers "Stand
up and Cheer at some ball ame b
g ess songs we never tlred of smgmg on our school outlngs the catchy
refram of music chorused m our Glee Club o
even the musxc of school bells, or the
rhythmxc beatmg of feet recalllng our Columbus
r at one of the Stepmac plays
We wonder now when we wxll hear these
thlngs Wxll our chxldren be attending GC A
brlngmg nostalgic tears to ou
pound out the Alma Mater on our home piano?
Or wxll we be so far away that only ln memory
we can rellve the dear scenes of our g1rlhood"
Muslc IS an lnternatlonal language Wltness
the unlon of heart wlth heart at Lourdes as
fervent volces soar ln the chorus of Immacu
ate Mary the words vary wxth the nations
but the muslc lS one
wlth one another Wh
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uslc has been our means of communicating
en we felt strongly and
were unably to put our emotlons lnto words
we sang the more loudly and found expres
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muslc We hope you will llke the words we
have chosen but whether
certam of this the muslc IS beautlfull
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fill F0lll'll1lI'Y ll. 1858, in a little town in southern France, the Mother
of God stepped down from lleaven. smiled at a child named Bernadette
Soulnirous. only two or three years younger than most of the girls in our
class. and entrusted to her the miracle that is Lourdes.
A hundred years have passed. Sixty-six girls are graduating froln an
Academy dedicated to Uur Lady, and in the fullness of our love are
dedicating to her the story of the most important year of our lives.
We sincerely feel that our class has her very special protection. We
graduated from grammar school in the Marian Year, the Centenary of
the Proclamation of the Dogma of the Immaculate Conception. We are
finishing our course during the Centennial of her Apparition at Lourdes
where she told her favored protegee that she was indeed "L'Immaculee
In our Alma Mater we invoke her as "Lovely lady dressed in blue."
Now. Mary is truly very feminine for she never appears in the same robe.
ln the miraculous picture of Uur Lady of Good Counsel the colors she
wears are rich and deep. At Guadaloupc again we find her in colorful
dress. But at Lourdes she came just as our song describes her, dressed
simply in blue and white and gold. our school colors! Bernadette says,
"She appears to be a young girl of sixteen or seventeen. She is dressed
in a white robe, girdled at the waist with a blue ribbon, which flows down
all along her dress. She wears upon her head a veil which is also whiteg
this veil gives just a glimpse of her hair, and then falls down at the hack
below her waist. Her feet are bare, but covered by the folds of her robe,
except at a point where a golden rose shines upon each of them. She
holds on her right arm a rosary of white beads with a chain of gold
shining like the two roses at her feet." The artist who was chosen to make
the statue at the Shrine tried to follow Bernadctte's description in every
detail, but when she saw it, shc said, "lt's very beautiful, but it is not
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Dedicated to . . . '
We have not been favored as Saint Bernadette was, but we have been
blessed in other ways. Bernadette saw Our Lady eighteen times between
February 11 and July 16, but she would not be seeing her forevermore
in Heaven, as she is now, had she not imitated her. W'e have been taught
at the Academy of Our Lady of Good Counsel not only to be ladylike, but
to be Lady-like. We have been reminded constantly of the debt we owe
to our beloved parents who have made so many sacrifices that we might
receive the priceless benefits of Catholic education. We have been trained
in self-knowledge and self-discipline so that in every event of our lives we
might sec God's will, recognize His dominion over us, and say "Fiat" as
This, too, is the greatest miracle of Lourdes. Thousands upon thousands
from all countries of the world have sought Our Blessed Mother's aid at
the healing water of her Shrine. Not all have been answered according to
their own wills, but millions have gone from Lourdes strengthened in soul,
glorifying God, and saying "Fiat" to His adorable will.
Dearest Mother, though we may not visit your Shrine in this the
Centenary of your visit to earth, you are forevermore enshrined in our
hearts. Deign to accept this tribute of love and praise, our 1958 ALOY-
SIANJ hear our voices joining the triumphant chorus across the waters,
"Ave, Ave, Ave, Mariaf' Receive us as your children and protect us
through life, so that like Bernadette we too may see you one day, O Beau-
Our revered Holy Father Pope Pius XII.
Special Prayer to Our Lady of Lourdes
composed by His Holiness, Pope Pius XII
Hecding your voice, 0 Immaculate Virgin of
Lourdes, we hasten to your feet at the humble
grotto where you deigned to appear to show
the way of prayer and penitence to those astray,
and to dispense to the stricken the graces and
wonders of your unsurpassed kindness.
Receive, 0 Merciful Queen, the praises and
supplications which peoples and nations, op-
pressed by bitterness and anxiety, trustfully
raise to you.
0 fair vision of paradise, banish the darkness
of error from our minds with the light of faith!
O Mystical Rose, relieve crushed souls with the
heavenly fragrance of hope! 0 inexhaustible
source of healing waters, revive barren hearts
with the flow of divine love!
Grant that all of us, your sons and daughters,
comforted by you in our sorrows, protected in
our dangers and aided in our struggles, may
love and serve your gentle Jesus, and merit
eternal happiness near your Heavenly throne.
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PIUS XII POPE
Seniors listen to the radio as Our Holy Father
speaks to the children of America at the begin-
ning of Lent, appealing to them, as their
father, to make generous sacrifices for their
suffering brothers and sisters all over the
The openmg of our Semor year was marked by the
Sxlver Jubllee of Hts Emmence Francls Cardxnal Spell
man when the thousands who flocked to the Yankee
Stadium ln hls honor san werse after verse of the
Lourdes hvmn the thought must have come to manv
Surely Our Lady has speclal love for thls great man of
God whose celebratlon C0lIlCldCS so closely with Her
I shall dedxcate mysel ln every possible uay to the
wel are o chzldren the hope o the uture
Hls Ennnence Franels Cardmal Spellman
on the occaslon of hls BCCCSSIOH to the
Church of New York
In the years that followed hls accesslon Cardinal Spell
man has more than fulfilled thus pledge Under hxs
leadershlp many modern well equipped schools have
been huxlt The Cathollc Youth Or amzatlon was lntro
duced to provlde properly organlzed sports and soclal
actlvltles for lelsure tlme
To show our appreexatlon for h1S fatherly lnterest ln
our splrltual and educatlonal well belng we feel hon
ored to devote this page to Hrs Eminence We jom
wlth hmm m celebratmff the Twenty fifth Anmversarv
of hrs Fpxscopal Consecratlon and we sincerely hope
that God wlll spare our Cardinal to us that he may
eontmue ln h1s good offices for many years to come
Has Eminence Francns Cardinal Spellman
Honored guest at Good Counsel
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To Reverend Mother Mary Ethelhurge, Superior
General of the Sisters of the Divine Compassion. our
debt of gratitude is very great. The warmth of her
motherly interest in us was manifested in il hundred
ways, and for It ewerv Senior IS deeplv grateful
To our PYIHCIIJZI, tireless m her efforts to make II
good Catholic students-and happy ones and to even
Sister of the Divine COIIIPHSSIOH whom we have heen
privileged to know we sav, Thank von, S1ster"' But
thanks alone could never repay them for all they have
done, all they have sacnficed for as May God to W hom
their ln es are dedicated reward them from Hts infinite
NIM W1111F1N11Na Fame our Plll will Cilllfil
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SISTER MARY ALBERTA
Student Council, Mathematics, Legion of Mary
SISTER MARY ANGELICA
Freshman B Class Relxgxon Latm Glee Club
SISTER MARY CLEMENT
Semor Class Relngxon, Socml Studnes, Peg-0,
SISTER MARY DE LOURDES
.lumor A Class Relngxon Engllsh, French,
Aloysum Caedmon Chapter Les Amixcames
Francazses Church Music
SISTER MARY FRANCISCA
Sophomore A Relxgxon Enghsh, Music
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Clm- Club for runny years Ili- fkill ai a
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After Mass, which he celebrated in the Chapel on Octo-
her 3, the Reverend Thomas Colden blessed the senior
rings. This was the first ceremony of its kind held at
"0 Mafia, fell me
Father Colden reminded the seniors of the
meaning of the seal on their rings. The shield
is tinetured in Uur Lady's colors and displays
the "morning stari' in the shield within the
shield. The larger shield hears two horizontal
liars, taken from the coat of arms of Monsignor
Preston, founder of the Sisters of the Divine
Compassion. The cross and other elements in
the upper part are symbols of this teaching
Community so closely assoeiated with the Pas-
sion of Our Lord. The motto Auspice Maria-
"under the inspiration of Maryu-is a reminder
to every girl who wears the ring that Our Lady
is indeed the heart of Alma Mater.
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make frlends ea lly llke people
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enjoys all sports smmmm most of all
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Sodality of Our Lady 2, 3, 11, Legion of
Mary 2g lil Circulo Luis de Leon 2, 3, 4,
Caefinzon Chapter fl
JOAN . . . dimpled, with dancing blue
eyes . . . freckles . . . unassuming manner
. . . has exuberance plus . . . wears any-
thing well . . . blue ribbon swimmer
emazara 'Dean iBi'rd
Sodality of Our Lady 2, 3, 4, Legion of
Mary 2, 3, El Circulo Luis de Leon 2, 3,
1: Chit Chat Photography Editor 3,
Caednzon Chapter lg Class Secretary 3
NlAURA . . . genial . . . popular . . . co-
operative . . . cheerful . . . loves Vermont,
tennis, and bowling . . . nursing lies
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take time out for "the pause that
refreshes." Coke is still the favorite
even though C.C.A. now has it
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l: El Circulo Luis de Lecin 2, 3. le:
Criezlnzon Chapter 3, ll Class President
2, 3, l
Atiniiilx' . . . smiling . . . a leader . . .
witty . . . a favorite with all . . . likes
white slietlund sweaters . . . aspires to a
Qatlierine Quinlan iBr0u'n
Sodality of Our Lady 2, 3, 4, Red Cross
Council 1, 2, 3. 1
CATIIII-I . . . petite . . . lilonde haired . . .
sweet . . . quiet . . . willing to help . . .
at graceful dancer . . . is thinking of
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Smlality of Our Lady 2. 3. 1. Representa-
tixf' 3: Clef- Club l. 2. 13. l. Librarian 'll
Lvs .'1lIl65fiCI1iIlf'S frmzqaiscs 2. 3: Chit
Clint Copy Editor 25: Cuerlnion Chapter
3. l. Trvasiirvr I: Sc-twice' Squad -1
Nl,-URION . . . rvsorwci . . . gentle . . . au-tivv
in svimul and t"itl'il-l'lll'l'il'lliill' activities
. . . il fins- iw- skutvr . . . iiistorv. he-1'
favorite subject . . . plans to teacli
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Sodulity of Our Lady 2, 3. fl-3 Missions
llc-p1'ese11tutiw 3: Legion of Mary 2, 3,
l: Les ,f1r11f9rz'f'air1es Frczrzgaises 2, 3g
Service Squad 1
PAT . . . sweet . . . generous and polite
. . . friendly . . . likes to knit . . . her
on n seamstress 131
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Eluna, Put, and Susan are intrigued
lay the ronstruvtion work living done
on tht- new Thrlmuy. lWill we over
forge-t those daily giant blastsfl
Tara Jane Qhenoweth
Sodality of Our Lady 43 Clee Club 4g
Les Ameiricnines Frangaises 4-
friendly . . . a doll 60llector . . . inter-
ested in dramatics and music . . . a tennis
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ELANA . . . blonde and blue-eyed . . .
enjoys modeling . . . poised and graceful
. . . likes poetry and still life
Tara, Susan, and Pal have done their
par! in decorating the Senior class-
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Clee Cluli l. 2. Il. el-: Les ,ffnzericaines
Franqafses 2. 3. l. Seeretary 1: Chit Chat
C0-art editor 3: Semin-e Squad 1
SUSAN . . . a talented and versatile pianist
. . . once lived in Paris . . . independent
. . interested in many things
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Sodality of Our Lady 2, 3, 4, Legion of
Mary 2, Les .AII1f:ftCl1l:IlCS Franqaises 2,
3, -1-3 Aloysian lfditor -lg Chit Chat C0-
editor 33 Caerlnmn Chapter 3, 1, Vice-
CAROI .... energetic . . . known for her
wide vocabulary . . . intelligent . . . likes
history and good music . . . sports fan
. . . an accomplished swimmer . . . reliable
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caines Framgaises 2, 3, 45 Caedmon Chap-
ter 4g Basketball Team 2, 3, 4g Class
Secretary lg Treasurer 2, Vice-president
3, 4, Service Squad 4
ANN . . . popular . . . witty and enthusi-
astic . . . interested in everything . . .
winner of the individual Field Day Cup
Carol, Ginny, and Bertha are fasci-
nated by Ann's Cross through which
one can read the Our Father.
iBLrtha GMCITIC cle lwo
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HHKTIIA emufl for her teen gtucle
lnker but not for her parlun tlckets
likable humorous x n au0uQ
talkatnc Lute and frlendly
' ' 'Urrgmza Johanna 'Du zcco
Sodallty of Our Lady 2 3 1 Treasurer
4 Peg0 2 3 1 Qeeretary 1 Glee Club
4 El Clrculo Iuzs de leon 2 '3 1
CIINNX posed frlendly neat
a touch of opln llLdtl0Il enjou
drlvmg red conxertlbles llkei muQ1c
and West POIIII an and TN watcher
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Sodallty of Our Lady 2 Clee Club 2 3
1 Pl llrculo Luis de leon 2 'S 4 Cla
'5t1I9lZ1ly l XICC president 2 Student
Council Repre entahye 5 Student Coun
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EAN an out tanding, leader petite
friendly bri ht eyed efficient
a good conyersatlonall t a ranch
enthusiaet enjoys bowlmg horseback
riding and mmlature olf
Geraldine Cfffheresa 6Di Napoli
Sodalily of Our Lady 2, 3g Clee Club 3
-I: Les Americaines Franqaises 2, 3
Caerlnmn Chapter fllg Service Squad 11
GI-IIKRY . . . brown haired, dark eyed . .
ready wil . . . an avid Red Sox fan . .
entlmsiastic and spirited . . . enjoys play
ing the piano and bowling
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maid to the President!
Gmclb' Joanne gallon
Soclality of Our Lady 2. 3, lg Clee Club
1. 2. 3, -1: Les Americuines FITIIIQIIIASFS 2g
Athletics Representative 23 Team Score-
keeper l: Cheerleading: 2, 3. -1-g Class
President 3g Student Council President -1
JUANNE . . . "uve foot two, eyes of lilueii
. . . personality plus . . . ai real leader
. . . full of Nllll and vigor . . . enjoys
sports and counselling at u summer camp
cyflrnczliu Janet cg'ClTC1lLl1ClT
Sodality of Our Lady -lg El Circulo Luis
cle Leon 2
NIOLLY . . . quiet . . . friendly . . . con-
srienlious . . . prefers mathematics . . .
has a green thumb . . . loves animals, too
Linda, Rae, and Joan need no second
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Sodality of Our Lady 2, 3, 4g El Circulo
Luis de Leon -l: Caerlmon Chapter 43
Cheerleading 2, 3, -1, Captain -Lg Service
Bl.-XRY LYNN . . . brown-eyed . . . attractive
. . . spirited . . . enjoys life . . . is
especially interested in football games
and the latest fashions . . . accident and
flat tire prone
Rte Qelicitas Cyweedson
Sodality of Our Lady 2, 3, 4g Peg-0 3, 43
Clee Club 2, 3, 4: Les Americaines Fran-
Qaises 2, 3, -lg Aloysian Assistant Editor
-'lg Chit Chat Feature Editor 3g Caedmon
Chapter 3, 1, President -13 Service Squad 4-
RAI-1 . . . vivacious and sweet . . . accom-
plished accordionist . . . amateur pho-
tographer . . . active . . . likes Proms
and chemistry . . . noted for her unex-
Joan Gurol qrrcy
Sodality of Our Lady 2, 3, 4g El Circulo
Luis de Lecin 2, 3. ig Caedmon Chapter
-1: Student Council Representative 1, 2g
Service Squad -1
JOAN . smiling . . . genial . . . a Capable
leader . . . fun-loving and fun to be
with . . . energetic . . . sultry voiced
Linda Susan Qalcmlz
Qodality of Our Lady 2 3 1 Le ion of
Mary 2 les Anzerzcaznes Franqazses 2
3 Faedmon Chapter 1 Clleerleadin
tarw 2 Student Counul Secretary li
LINDA lntelll ent sincere
persewrln nnlln and friendly
pl in to ln tl nurse speualizln
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Sodallty of Our Lady 2 3
JULIE se we enjoys fun and
lnu hter does r work thoroughly
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'Eileen Qrances Gallagher
Sodality of Uur Lady 3, ,Peg-0 3, 4,
President 4g Clee Club 32 4g Les ,Ameri-
caines Frangaises 3g Service ,Squad fl-,
Captain -1 .
EILEEN . flovelyu. . . gracious . . . witty
. . . a melodious soprano . . . talented
actress an expert on Irish legends
and fo,lk lore
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Sodality of Our Lady 2, 3, 4, Prefect 43
Legion of Mary 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4,
Secretary-treasurer fl-5 El Circulo Luis de
Leon 2, 3g Class Secretary 3, 4, Student
Council Member -1
PATSIE . . . poised and pleasant . . . cute
. . . dislikes freckles, math, and diets
. . . an aspiring nurse , . . ellicient and
orderly . . . always Lady-like
efffargarct cyflnne Cgfowcs
Sodulity of Our Lady 2. 3, 43 Cleo Club
3, 4: Chi! Chat Assistant Copy lfditor Sig
Servive Squad 1-
MARQLI-3 . . . blonde' and lilue-eyed . .
musical . . . plays both violin and piano
. . . a talented but unrecognized poetess
It's a treat for Eileen, Julie, and Pat
to go over to the music rooms where
Marge can accompany their singing.
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Luis ale Leon -lg Service Squad fl-
ANC!-ILA . . . lively . . . we-ll travelled at
home and ulwroad . . . has an unpredictable
sense of humor and a contagious laugh
. . . noted for kindness and tllouglltfulness
e9YCaryann Q7XCargaret Jakiel
Sodality of Our Lady 4g El Circulo Luis
de Le6n 3, 4-
MARYANN . . . quiet . . . reserved . . .
friendly . . . likes dancing and roller-
skating . . . a pleasant companion . . .
On a visit to the Infant of Prague
with Maryann, Helen, and Angela,
Rosemary lights n candle for a special
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HELEN . . . blue-eyed. earnest, and sincere I VNV' gl
. . . '1 Columbia fan . . . collects Ivy I , .
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4 les Amerzcames Franqazses 2 Chit
Chat Copy Ednor 3 beruee Squ u 1
ROSEMARY eneroub smeere
puts heart and oul Into all he does
dependable lowes pxzza spaghettl
and all Italian food an Irlslmman
to her fingertnps
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Sodalltx of Our Ladx 2 Q El Clrculo
Mfmuwxi 4 dark ey ed
Pd er to plea c enthusia tin about
Spanish lows to bliop for new clothes
e7bTczry Noel Lichtman
Sodality of Our Lady 2. 3, -13 Les Ameiri-
caines l"rangaiscs 2. 3: Lvgion of Mary
2, 3g Class 'I'l'1?ilS1lI'0l' IS
NOI-ll .... a little gzirl with a big smile
. . . generous and lwlpful . . . drivvs hor
own car . . . hops-s to lwconic a nurse
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"This will make a nice present,"
Barb assures Mary as Noel gives
Marianne her change.
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tive 3. Yice-prefect 1: Clee Club 4: El
Circulo Luis de Leon 2. 3, -1, President el-:
Chix Cha! Headline Editor 3: Caedmon
Chapter 1: Class Treasurer 51: Service
BARB . . . with long. shiny hair . . .
enthusiastic . . . a good friend . . .
bubbling with laughter . . . a real lady
. . . Science in her veins
Q7fCar5' cr4gnes eyffaroni
Soclalitv of Our Lady 2. 3. 4: Athletics
Representative 1: Basketball Team 1, 2,
3. 1. Captain 3, el
Nl.-RRY . . . sincere . . . loyal . . . a sympa-
thetic friend . . . enjoys athletics, espe-
cially basketball and softball . . . likes
"Comes a pause in the day's occupa-
tion" for Eileen, Irene. Mary, and
qrenc e7XCc1rie e7b'Caruzzclla
Sodality of Our Lady 2, 3, 4g Service
IRENE . . . friendly . . . helpful . . . owns
a silver Chevy conxertible . . . favorite
pastime-swimming, especially in her own
f e7BTa'ry Qfranccs Uffayell
Sodality of 0ur Lady 2, 3g Missions
Representative 23 Peg-0 2, 3, 4g Service
NlARY . . . blonde and attractive . . .
driving enthusiast . . . enjoys dancing,
bowling, and swimming
Janet Gjyccllttfdtl eJ'7YCcQonc1glc
Sodalitv of Our Lady 2, 3, '15 Service
JANET . . . quiet . . . humorous . . . expert
1-ook . . . envied for her senior driver's
livense . . . prefers the Hutchinson Park-
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Nliry 1 les lnzerzcames I'f!IllQl1lSES
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Sodality of Our Lady 3, 4-g Legion of
Mary 2. 3, 43 Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Team
Timekeeper 2, 3, 43 Team Assistant Man-
ager al-3 Service Squad bla
ABBIE . . . ever on the spot with a willing
hand . . . lovely complexion . . . abounds
in school spirit . . . travels far to G.C.A.
. . . looks forward to nursing as a career
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Sodality of Our Lady 2, 3, 45 Les Ameri-
caines Frangaises 4, Caedmon Chapter 4
LINDA . . . sweet . . . affable . . . un-
assuming . . . lively imagination . . .
budding author . . . enjoys music and
iBarbara Minn e7Kistretta
Sodality of Our Lady 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
l, 2, 3, 4, El Circulo Luis de Lean 3, 4,
Vice-president fl-1 Aloysian Assistant Busi-
ness Manager 43 Chi! Chat Business Man-
ager 3, Caedmon Chapter 3, 43 Red Cross
Council l, 2, 3, 1, President 33 Team
Scorekeeper 2, 3, 4, Team Manager 3, fl,
Service Squad -1
BARBARA . , . our reliable bell ringer
. . . generous . . . team manager, scorer,
and fan . . . likes pizza
"It must be nice to live on campus,"
says Barbara, and Pat, Abbie, and
Linda agree after paying a visit to
Kathy's lovely home.
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Representative 2. 3, Ig lms flrzlfiricnines
I'lI'll71L,'Ill-SPS 2, 3. l: .'llUj'Sl'lIll Business
Manager 1: Chit Chat Co-editor 3: Cried-
nzon Chapter -1: Class Yice-president lg
Servive Squad all
PAT . . . outstanding: . . . eflicient . . .
friendly . . . experienced in collecting
missions dues . , . vlever . . . dependable
. . . Lin ideal C.C.A. girl
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Sodality of Our Lady 2, 3, il: Clee Club
2. 3. fl-1 El Circulo Luis :Ie Lerin 2g
Cneflnzmz Chapter 44 Service Squad el-
l.L' . . . gay and friendly . . . fasvinaled
ln lilue Fords . . . cheerful . , . will make
il fine nurse . . . a friend to 1-xeryone
Jacqueline 'Rise 'Mzzo
Sodality of Our Lady 2, 4g Missions Rep-
resentative lg Legion of Mary 3, 4,
Treasurer 3, 'lg Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Les
Americaines Frangaises 2, 3, 43 Chit Chat
Literary Editor 3: Service Squad 4
JACKIE . . . amiable . . . has humor and
charm . . . fun to work with . . . always
ready with a joke . . . a sympathetic
"I wish there'were another swing."
says Lucille. But no, she has to push
Amy, Jackie, and See Bee!
cyflmelza 'Mia Sasso
Sodallty of Our Lady 2 3 4 El Clrculo Q .5
Luzs de Leon 1 SCFVICC Squad 4-
AMH unassumm retlcent
wlllmg to lend a helpmo hand njoy
a pleasm, melody an lee skater
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Sodallty of Our Lady 2 3 El Clrculo
Luis de Leon 4 Red Cross Council 3 4
SEE BEE known for her 1IlfPCtl0US
glbgle and m1 eluevous mile lkPS
dancing has a speeml fondness for
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lied L10 Council 5
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take: pleasure in gardenin
c9XCarilyn Susan ,Seibcrt
Sodality of Our Lady 3, 4g Peg-0 2, 3,
4: Class President lg Student Council
llepresentalive 2g Class Treasurer 3g
Service Squad -1
NIARILYN . . . talented and clever . . .
relialmle and eflicient . . . helpful . . .
enjoys lmowlingr, ice skating, and watching
u good football game
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Cathy urges Sylvia to turn up the
radio. 1Marilyn and Angela don't
mind because Pat Boone is singing!!
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Sodality of Our Lady 2, 3, 4, Les Ameri-
caines Frangaises 2, 3, 4
ANGIE . . . well dressed and neat . . .
intelligent . . . has a winning smile . . .
it quiet but interested member of every
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CATHY . . . unaffected . . . friendly
cheerful . . . a sports enthusiast .
enjoys horseback riding
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cine, Elaine, and Clara with her Q,
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Luis de Leon 3, 4g Chit Chat Sports
Editor 3g Caedmon Chapter 3. -1: Basket-
ball Team 2, 3, 4-g Service Squad 4
TEDDI . . . kind . . . understanding . . .
a skilled athlete . . . plays forward or
guard with equal ability . . . excels in
tennis and softball . . . an avid television
fan . . . plans to become a physical
qmncine Ulancy GOTTCS
Sodality of Our Lady 2, 3, fig Clee Club
2, 3, il, Les Americaines Frangaises 2, 3g
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TWIN . . . HA good thing III a small
package" . . . always smiling . . . enjoys
sports, especially tennis and ice skating
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KIONIQII-I . . . Ll rule niudeinoiselle . .
petite and lll'0Wll-t'f't'd . . . Nivaeiotts vheer-
leuler . . .iff-ahle peisonality . hert ! '
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JOANNE an athlete loquaclous
as a bubbllng brook never a dull
moment wlth her agile on the basket
ball court breezy and bouncy
Ivy League dresser
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MARYLIN polsed and attractlve
wntty glfted artlsttc ou
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M.ARY ANN . . . apparently quiet and
timid, really mischievous and happy-go-
lucky . . . a gifted athlete
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Joanne, Mary Ann, Marylin, and
Terry are waiting for the photogra-
pher to take their picture in this
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Num' . , . pretty. sparkling 4-yes . . .
flf3lll'l'UllS . . . friendly . . . il C.C.A. girl
sinrw- the fire! gritln' f'1x'orite mstimes
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GRACE . . . enthusiastic . . . efhcient . .
generous with time and typewriter . . .
likes sports, Jane Froman, and semi-
hinny and Nairn-y look an little
vmioii- an Peggy :intl flruvv ta-ll of
tht- fun they haul ul the l'op'a Hop.
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JUDY . . . pleasant . . . has a fine sense
of humor and an active imagination . . .
easy-going . . . artistic
Good Counsel's annual retreat was
held the W'ednesday., Thursday, and
Friday of Passion Week. The Reverend
Edward Dunn, SJ.. conducted the exer-
cises, and the girls were enthusiastic
about his conferences long after the
triduum was ovcr. On the closing day
of the retreat, the feast of Our Lady of
Divine Compassion, the students sang
the Mass. A new schedule was oh-
served this year: on all three days Mass
was held at eleven o'clock. The girls
liked this arrangement because all
could receive Holy Communion.
Questions come up so often in first period reli-
gion classl Here Francine has a problem.
Abigail, Maryann, Eileen, and Clara are behind
heri Judy, Grace, and Ann, in the foreground.
Ann Belanger and Angela Improta study a
speciman of a composite Hower. Linda Calardi,
Cathie Brown, Pat Hanifer, and Audrey Bohlen
stop to consider it for their lab report.
The Reverend John Lyons
Pat Hanifer chats with Father Dunn.
The Reverend John Lyons. senior religion teacher of Stepinae High
School. enriched our second semester religion course with weekly
, talks on Catholic answers to modern prohlems. Father Lyons was also
Q. 'QE the retreat mastcr for thc Senior closed retreat, held at the Convent of
0 the Sacred Heart in Connecticut.
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Elana Cooney, Ioan Bender,
Some memhers of the music class: Mary Ann
Van Dorn, Marge Howes, Joanne Fallon, Marie
W'right, Rosemary Kear, Marianne Lofaro,
Sylvia Sousa, and Eileen M1-Govern browse
through Sister M. Francisczfs record collection.
"QW-Qi" camel cal'
ance a clay faa
Susan Cofta, Helen Johnson, Eileen Gallagher,
Mary Lynn Fleming, and Judy Whalen puzzle
over a difficult assignment while ,lean Eman-
uelli and Clara Tedesco consult reference
Noel Lichtman, .loan Frey,
and Nancy Varvaro are in-
trigued by Maura Bird's
demonstration of the bright
flames and heavy smoke
produced by burning phos-
Barbara Harkvrt llcscrilrcs in Spanish the picture' luring llisplaycd hy Ginny Di Cicco and
Barbara Mistretta to
sonic other lncmlrcrs of their class: Peggy Waters, Bertha De Ruvo
and Mary Ann Sc-lvcil.
Many are the c-avesdroppers on Denise Beg-
itjlr fascinating French conxersationl Menlhers
c French III class arc: Milos. Trnadcc.
l'ngcr, Ycrnon, Munm-lly, Cunningham, and
Francine Torres and Linda
Mc-Lean hclp Sister M. de
Lourdes show .wacbeth to
the' English IV class. Janet
xIl'f:0lliig,It', Marilyn Sm-iln-rt,
Ginny WK-is, Jaclsic Rizzo
and Joannc Ll'l'I arc fasci-
nated by thc exccllent por-
trayal of Maurice Evans and
Judith Anderson in the lead-
Ginny W'eis returns change to two hungry Sophomores while
Francine Torres arranges the pastries for selling in the cafeteria
during first lunch period.
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After two lunch periods Marie has quite a job
on her hands, but she does it smilingly.
Barbara checks her watch to make
sure the bell is rung promptly at a
quarter to nine.
Janet McConagle, Carol Crystle, Marylin Unger, Irene
Maruzzella, Judy Whalen, Helen Johnson and Cathy
Brown in the foreground, and Cathy Taitzner, Abbie
McGreevy, Maryann Jakiel, Elaine Turco, Gerry DiNapoli
and Mary Maroni in the background chat during their
It is only two ol-lock on a Wednesday, and Marion Burke,
Mary-Lou Burke, Julie Gilmore, and Molly Farquhar
wave good-by to rather jealous underclassmen. Use of
the front door is another Senior privilege.
Time out for Ann, Pat, and Irene
Father Flannery awards our playwright Eileen for her play which was presented at Saint
Bernard's Christmas celelrrationg Sylvia congratulates her friend.
Noel Sylwia and Eileen or is
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Good Counsel's Honored Fivew Mary Lou Hyland, Kathleen Hernon, Carol Lombardi, Helene
Dwyer, and Joan Osterlind were admitted this year to membership in the National Honor
tociety. At its affiliation with this organization in January, 1958. the Academy chose the name
of the Mother M. Veronica Chapter in honor of the Foundress of the Sisters of the Divine
A new and important event was inaugurated at
A W C.C..-X. this year. A Day of Prizes was held during the
week hefore the Regents. The students assemhled in
the auditorium and those who excelled in any subject
M ' ' or endeavor were privileged to receive from the hands
' of Reverend Nlother Nlary lfthelhurge a gold medal
of achievement. Reverend Mother treated the entire
Academy to a Lawn Fete after the ceremony.
Underclassmen taking part in the Christmas tableau:
Joanne Keating, Faith Carroll, Frances Kilgus, Johanna
Muccigrosso, Pat Mt-Donald, Blanche Kinsley, Dagmar
Binge. Mary Mercer. Maureen 0'Neil, Shirley Young.
Margaret Keenan. Susan Kennedy, Franees Kadela, Lucy
Matarese, Kathy Crowley, Janet Meehan, Marianne De
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Milio, ,lo Ann Delta, Vivian Risi, and Nancy Sharak me P mrs Ire nee 8 W en a ca em, gn S are
present at one time in the chapel. Helpers are: Nancy
Brennan, Cloey Marini, Pat Harmon, Karen Wvalters,
Front row: Susan Becker, Rhodie Ann Renz, Kathleen Quin, Teresita Hammond,
Barbara Blakeley, Karen Bucher, Jaye McNally, Paula Patterson. Second row:
Theresa Spiridigliozzi, Livia de Nicola, Ceneviene Shanahan, Pamela Masters, Marilyn
Grey, Mary Ann Johanson, Margaret Stahl, Mary Lou Briccetti. Third row: Regina
Curran, Carol M1-Call, Una Do:-kery, Diane Franzese, Patricia Price, Marilynn
Towson, Kathleen Moynahan, Maryann Wintermeyer. Fourth row: Lois Moccio,
Vivian Crasso, Mary Ann Bonnell. Mary de Giacomo, Mary Ann Romanello, Joan
Carr, Catherine Warwyck, Barbara Bantz. Kathleen Rooney. Back row: Ellen Oster-
mann, Margot Thornton, Carol Gardner, Kathleen Schultz, Margaret Costello, Sandra
Lalli, Virginia Malin, Mary Ann Schmidlein, Diane Hoffman.
Karen Bucher Margaret Stahl Susan Becker
Vice-president Secretary Treasurer
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Elaine Salerno Camellia DeLuca Grace Gordon Margaret Criiiin
President V ice-president Secretary Treasurer
Front row: Catherine Curnen, Nancy Nethercott, Teresa D'Ambrosia, Adele Brown,
Patricia Sheridan, Susan Lalli. Second row: Jeanette Crillo, Elaine Salerno, Pamela
Chalmers, Helen Roethling, Suzanne Ford, Crace Joyce, Carole Marini, Janet Matura,
Sandra McGuinness, Patricia La Sala. Third row: Barbara Ciccone, Roberta Aufiero,
Nancy Hunt, Carol Albonetli, Lucie Toedtman, Helen Schmitz, Susan Conley, Anne
Habermann, Margaret Griilin, Geraldine Casperino, Helen Bambace. Fourth row:
Barbara Sebeil, Melinda Bove, Camellia De Luca, Joanne Peloso, Linda Riso, Joan
Wilson, Danielle Dugan, Mary Lou Verlangieri, Cecelia Murphy, Lillian La Monica.
Back row: Clare Barth, Julie Hogan, Grace Gordon, Joan Francisco, Margaret Hinnen,
Barbara La Sala, Lindann Saconne, Virginia Fee.
Front row: Barbara Urell, Wendy de Ruvo, Patricia McNulty, Catherine Kelehan,
Carol Stahl, Lucille Rae. Second row: Rozanne Brady, Isabel Antonelli, Carolyn
Gazzini, Barbara Palatta, Eleanor Tracy, Dona Lovelett, Virginia Baker, Jean
Rahilly, Carol Jordan. Third row: Elizabeth Peyer, Margaret Colbert, Mary 0'Neill,
Frances Mr-Mullen, Patricia Stephens, Mary Jane Deodati, Gail Getz, Lynne Kuhn,
Dona Bova. Mary Patricia Kenlon. Fourth row: Carol Maher, Josephine Matra,
Virginia Yans, Shiel Masterson, athleen Watson, Winifred Gleeson, Carol Lanza,
Theresa Tori, Anitaglfengini. ack row: Rosemary Rath, .loan Rigney, Dorothy
Marbach, Margar . n, n Wells, Janet Creifelds, Irene Poremski, Virginia
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Front row: Maureen O'Neil, Mary Cay, Mary Ann Cagliardi, Frances Cafford, Joan
Osterlind. Second row: Frances Kadela, Jeanne Bender, Joyce Gardner, Anne
Sinnott, Teresa Russo, Ann MaeAdam, Barbara Blake, Carol Lombardi, Kathleen
Hernon, Helene Dwyer. Third row: Anne O'Melia, Antonia Venuti, Marianne de Milio,
Susan Kennedy, Rosemary Patteraon, Anne Brennan, Clotilda Marini, Jeanne Vercsi,
ad Virginia Cercon, Patricia Harmon Fourth row: Gertrude Aiello, Gail Arrasate, Karen
W'alters. Eileen Kiernan, Susan Cenheimer, Anne Daly, Jeannette La Monica, Mary
Ellen Conroy. Bark row: Kathleen Kiely, Adelaide Trainor, June Hughes, Carolyn
Geoghegan, Denise Lynch, Lorraine Cohane, Joan Larkin, Patricia Donovan, Mar
m Katherine Crossley.
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President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer
M3 Lou Hylarsdyf J 1 Elizabeth Maher Dagmar Ringe Nancy Shawl'-
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Front row: Rosemary Schultz, Mavin Renz, Mary Lou Hyland, Shirley Young, Janet
Meehan. Second row: Sheila Brennan, Bonnie Bell, Patricia Peppard, Mary Mercer,
Johanna Muccigrosso, Madeline Russell, Margaret 0'Neill, Patricia Mauriello. Third
row: Marie Mack, Susan Larsen, Linda Daley, Frances Kilgus, Dagmar Ringe, Elizabeth
Maher, Vivian Risi, Patricia Licursi, Mary Jane Kane Fourth row: Mary Spiegel,
Maureen Neary, Margurite Keenan, .lean Desnoyers, Patricia McDonald, Nancy Sharak,
Patricia Campion, Lucy Matarese, Blanche Kinsley. Back row: Rosemary Troster,
Judy Douglas, Sheila Joyce, Rosemarie Karl, Faith Carroll, Beverly Yannantuono,
Joanne Keating, Judith Lambert.
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Enght Bxggest Angels '
"My daddy bops," quips Peggy 0'Neill,
mistress of ceremonies at the Pop's
Angela, Pat, and Ann decide to make
it a triple date for the Hop.
Sodality officers Virginia DiCicco,
Treasurerg Barbara Markert, Vice-
Prefeclg Patricia Hanifer, Prefectg
and Rosemary Kear Secretar dis-
cuss plans for the -Sodality Reception.
Unit leaders Francine Torres, Joan Osterlind, Barbara Blake, Rae Freedson, Lucille Nilan,
Marylin Unger, Kathleen Hernon, Rosemary Kear, Eileen Gallagher, Carol Lombardi, Joann
Detta, and Barbara Markert report to Pat on the results of their last unit meetings.
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The Sodality's program got underway early with the highly
successful Father-Daughter dance in October. Familiar faces
were well disguised later in the month, when, as Yul Brynnerv,
Caesar and Cicero. and nursery rhyme characters, they ap-
peared at the traditional Hallowe'en party. '
Important as the social program is. the Sodality is primarily
a religious organization. The foremost project of the Sodality
was the promotion of the Blue Army of Our Lady, a world-
wide organization formed to eomhat Communism hy spiritual
The great day of the Sodality year was the celebration of the
Centenary of Our Lady of Lourdes on February 11, 1958. The
Reverend ,lohn l.yons of Stepinae was celehrant of the High
Nlass Virli Ciritalem which the girls sang from hearts full of
love for Uur Lady. The Uflertory was "Immaculata."
New Sodalists were accepted at a ceremony held shortly after
Easter. and the annual Sodality Communion Breakfast brought
the year to a close.
flyer a thousand participated in the traditional candle-light
ceremony in Nlay. After the procession. during which the
Hfteen mysteries were recited. there was an inspiring sermon
on Our Blessed Nlother. after which Solemn Benedietion was
given at a lieautiful temporary altar under the stars.
After Easter, Juniors and Seniors were received
into the Sodality for the coming year.
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Missions Representatives Patricia Munnelly,
Joan Osterlind, Sally Improta, Ann Martini,
Barbara Seheil, and Una Dockery sort stamps
collected by the Academy for the foreign
Through the activities of its Mission Society, Good
Counsel plays a very real part in spreading the Catholic
faith. l'scd stamps are collected, donations are sent to
help educate a native priest in India, and an intense
campaign is carried on during Lent to support the
Bishops' Fund Appeal.
Un the feast of Saint Therese of the Child Jesus,
patroness of the missions, the Reverend Thomas
Colden. a Nlarvlcnoll missionary, Celebrated Hass in the
chapel, lrlessed the Senior rings, and gave an inspiring
talk on the missions.
During November the Reverend Lawrence Cahill, of
the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, spoke to
the students, urging them to assist the missionaries in
The Reverend Lawrence Cahill after his talk
on the missions
The Reverend Thomas P. Colden talks about
his mission in Chile with Missions Representa-
tives Patricia Munnelly, Joan Osterlind, and
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The Legion at work-"And she's your mother,
too," Abigail explains to the children at Cardinal
The members of the Legion of Mary are engaged in a lay
At weekly meetings members report on their experiences
wherever they have been assigned to work. The girls rotate
among four places-Burke Foundation and Rosary Hill Cancer
Home, where they bring cheer to shut-insg Cardinal McCloskey
Home, where they help the Sisters in caring for the cllildreng
and the Orthopedic Ward of Saint Agnes Hospital.
Wherever she goes, the Legionary tries to bring religion and
love of God to those whom she meets.
President of the Legion
Legionaries Pat Cawley, Abigail McGreevy, Jeanne Bender, Pat Licursi, Nancy Sharak, Rose-
mary Schultz, Frances Kadela, Pat Campion, Pat McDonald, Maureen 0'Neil, Faith Carroll,
Madeline Russell, and Sheila Joyce f' " '. weekly meeting. Lucy Malerese and Mary Jane
Kane are not shown.
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Service Squad oliicer Patricia Cawley gives full
attention to her duty as monitor.
The Service Club, a volunteer moni-
tor organization, was introduced in
September. Juniors and Seniors inter-
ested in helping Good Counsel to
function with the greatest efficiency
could offer their services. Those chosen
are distinguished by the service badges
they wear denoting their authority.
Members have posts at strategic points
throughout the school, such as stair-
ways, halls, and the locker room. Be-
sides acting as monitors, Service Club
members sell in the cafeteria and dis-
tribute music in the Church. The pri-
mary objective of Service Club mem-
bers is to serve Good Counsel and in
so doing to be of service to their school-
Members of the Service Squad-Front row: Joan Frey, Margaret
Waters, Francine Torres, Patricia Munnelly, Angela Improta,
and Mary Mayell. Second row: Mary Lynn Fleming. Madeline
Vanorio, Joanne Ucci, Geraldine Di Napoli, Ann Cunningham,
and Elaine Turco. Third row: Clara Tedesco, Grace Vernon,
Patricia Cawley, Margaret Howes, Elana Cooney, and Abigail
McGrecvy. Fourth row: Amelia Sasso, Janet McGonagle, Rose-
mary Kear, and Marion Burke. Fifth row: Eileen McGovern,
Eileen Gallagher, Barbara Markert, Rae Freedson, Nancy
Varvaro, and ,laqueline Rizzo. Sixth row: Marianne Lofaro,
Ann Belanger, Marilyn Sebert, and Virginia DiCicco. Back
row: Barbara Mistretta, Irene Maruzella, Marilyn Unger, Vir-
ginia Weis, Marie Wright, and Denise Begley.
Members of the Service uad
listen intently as Captain Eileen
Gallagher gives them instructions
about maintaining silence on the
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"The play's the thing" as far as Peg-O's are concerned. This
year's hits were "Plain and Fancyi' and "Melody Jones."
"Plain and Fancy," a Broadway success, was presented in
February by the Stcpinac Dramatics Club under the direction
o at Ier Cashman, with Father McCann music director. The
leading feminine roles were expertly filled bv Eileen Gallagher
Helene Dwyer, and Betsy Cohane.
4'Melody Jonesf, the Good Counsel play, starred Eileen Cal-
lagher, Marie Wlright, Denise Begley, lVlarylin Unger, Virginia
Di Cicco, Virginia Wveis, and .lanet Meehan, and was presented
on April 18 and 19.
Other activities of the Peg-O's included a twenty-seventh
birthday party on February 18.
At the end of a
celebrated their triumphs by a full day at Playland.
year successful in every way the Peg-0's
"Peg 0' My Heart,
The Chorus of Plain and Fancy sings
"Plenty of Pennsylvania."
PLAIN and FANCY
A Musical Comedy
Un order of Appearance?
Eileen wishes the Peg-Os a happy
birthday at their annual party
Maura, Joan Bender, and Joan Frey are left behind when Eileen,
Audrey, and Peggy leave for play practice at Stepinac.
Murylin Unger, Yive-president of Peg-0, gives an amubing account
of play rehearsal to Eileen Gallagher, Presidentg Virginia Di Cicco,
Secretnryg and Denise Begley, Treasurer.
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prepare to distribute the music for the,Clee Club
The Glee Club took part in "The Festival of Light,"
presented lay the speech classes.
"Ave Maria, gratia plena . . .M An en-
tire section of the Clee Clulu concert
program, was devoted to His Excel-
lency the Most Reverend James E.
Kearney, whose devotion to all at
Good Counsel has continued longer
than his twenty-five Jubilee years.
El Circulo Lui? de Leoiz fulfilled its purpose of foster-
ing a knowledge of Spanish people and their customs
in its 1957-1958 program.
The club's activities included a trip to the Cloisters
where the Spanish room and a special exhibit of
Mexican silver were viewed. A special assembly pro-
gram to observe Pan-American Day was followed by a
fiesta when new members were received. A game, arroz
con pollo, slides of Mexico, and a skit based on one of
the adventures of Don Quixote provided club enter-
tainment. During the year letters from pen-pals in
Puerto Ricci brought the Spanish world closer to mem-
bers of Luis de Leoil.
The Spanish Club officers: Maura
Bird, Treasurer, Marianne Lofaro,
Secretaryg Barbara Mistretta, Vice-
presidentg and Barbara Markert, Pres-
ident, plan for Pan-American Day.
A demoiselle, Linda Calardi, plays
chauffeur for "Don Quixote y amigasf'
Patricia Hanifer, Maura Bird, Joan
Frey, Mary Lynn Fleming, and Joan
Rajaxing after the business part of El
Circulo Luis de Leon: Maura Bird,
.loan Frey, .loan Bender, Audrey
Bohlen, Sylvia Sousa, Virginia Di
Cicco, Angela Improta, Mary-Lou
Burke, Mary Ann Sebeil, Bertha de
Ruvo, Jean Emanuelli, and Clara
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N0 seniors were lucky enough to vifit
Mexico before graduation tlike Vir-
ginia Cen-on and Frances Kadeln,
'S9r hut beveral of our senorilas haue
0 Male, cangae Janfi I I, pour: nowL!"
Marie Wright, Treasurerg Carol Lombardi, Vice-presi-
dentg Susan Costa, Secretary, chat tres lenlement with
their native French President, Monique Troadec.
lt is not enough to hear the
French "as one speaks him"
at lflnstitut Francais in New
York. No less than a visit to
this sidewalk cafe' in the
Montmartre section of Paris,
La Place du Tertre, for Susan
At the Strawberry Festival af
ter the French May Day
The cercle francais, Les Americaines Fran-
caises, fosters an interest in French language
and customs. At monthly meetings members
enjoy original skits lin French, of coursel,
games. songs, film strips, records, and-French
Un the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes, special
patron of the eerele, the girls were given
French novena booklets with prayers to be said
daily throughout the Centenary. The "French-
Americansw assisted at the beautiful Missa
Cantata with more than usual devotion, feeling
it was their own special fete.
Une of the year's highlights was the gala
Mardi Gras held before Lent. This year it was
an international affair, with each club member
bringing a specialty from a different country for
the buffet supper.
The year was brought to a fitting climax with
the traditional Wlay Day Procession, during
which all French students recited the ehapelet.
sang French hymns. and each presented a rose
at the shrine of Uur Lady. A Strawberry Fes-
tival followed in the clubroom garden. The day
closed with the showing of a color film, "Cyrano
After participating in the French Club Christmas play,
Marylin Unger is ready to enjoy the refreshments! Other
members: Patricia Munnelly, Denis Begley, Ann Cun-
ningham, Jacqueline Rizzo. and Eileen McGovern are
still chuckling over Marylin's performance.
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Peggy Waters, Recording Editor
Grace Vernon, Assistant Art-photography Editor, was
also the official typist.
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The Aloysian is a record of our last year at
Good Counsel. In these pages the staff has tried
to capture and crystallizc those events which
made up the fabric of our senior year.
Every page and picture was considered and
discussed by the moderator and the staff so that
all has become as familiar to us as a favorite
book. We hope we have done our job well. If,
as you leaf through these pages ten or twenty
years from now, they evoke the happy spirit of
our high school days, we will have succeeded.
Patricia Munnelly, Business Managerg and Barbara Mis-
tretta, Assistant Business Manager, go over the budget.
Final picture selections are made by Rae Freedson,
Assistant Editorg Carol Crystle, Editorg and Marylin
Unger, Art-Photography Editor.
The Juniors proudly edit the school
newspaper, and they welcome contribu-
tions from all the students in the
Academy. Every girl looks forward to
seeing the monthly issue. Editorials,
features, pictures, sketches, and columns
make up a lively portrait of the life at
C.C.A. Added to the array this year
was College Cues by Mary Lou Hyland
and Vivian Risi, and Exchange Column
by .loan Osterlind and Carol Lombardi.
A paper should be the heart beat of the
school, thc Chit Chat is just that.
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Patriua Harmon A sl tmt Editor Margaret
0 'Neill Bu me Nlanlger Johann: Wlucci
ro 0 dltor lrltll QIIIIPIOTI X lstant
Editor pour on-r l t Illlllllt dttul for the
forthcoming 1 sue
Karen Wagner, Rosemary Schultz, Barbara
Blake, and Judith Lambert check copy
and prepare headlines.
An amusing skit. adapted from Quill and
Scroll Magazine and dramatized by the
Chit Chat stall, sparked enthusiasm in the
Senior members of Caedmon--Front row: Barbara Markert, Ann Cunningham, and Margaret
Watters. Second row: Eileen McGovern, Marion Burke, Ann Belanger, Elaine Turco, Geraldine
lliNapoli, Patricia Munnelly, Barbara Mistretta, and Carol Crystle. Back row: Audrey Bohlen,
Clara Tedesco, ,Ioan Frey, Rae Freedson, Joan Bender, Maura Bird, and Grace Vernon
:Ae fdufzfhm of a ,lewd
Caedmon Chapter offi-
cers: Carol Crystle,
Vice - presidentg Ann
Marion Burke, Treas-
urerg and Rae Freedson,
President, are enthusi-
astic about some of the
new books on journal-
ism which the library
The Cuedmon Chapter of the Quill and Scroll
International llonorary Society for High School
Journalists this year accepted thirty-five stu-
dents, the largest number of new members in
the Acadf,-my's history.
At monthly programs the members fonly
.luniors and Seniors are eligible! further their
journalistic knowledge by discussions, film
strips, movies, and reports.
An interesting project was offered in January.
The Chapter was shown a color film featuring
an excursion to Annapolis. Members reported
the trip as if it had actually taken placcg
Patricia Campion won the prize-a Pius X
February, Catholic Press month, saw the
greatest activity. Posters and magazine displays
furthered the interests of the Catholic Press.
Sister Mary Liguori, director of publicity for
Good Counsel College, addressed the Chapter
before the reception of new members in the
traditional candlclighting ceremony. All agreed
that the seeds sown in her inspiring discussion
of the Catholic Press were sure to produce fruit.
A formal dinner followed.
A trip to The New York Herald Tribune in
the spring to observe the presses in action
proved an interesting highlight in a very jour-
Christmas season is a time of great activity for the
Red Cross Council. This year almost 600 gaily deco-
rated puzzle hooks were sent to a veterans' hospital.
Christmas stockings were filled with coloring books,
toy watches, pencils, cut-outs and scissors. These, with
candy favors wrapped in colored cellophane, were sent
to children in hospitals.
During the remainder of the year the members of the
Council visited the local chapter on North Broadway,
where they addressed envelopes, wrapped gift boxes,
and, on one occasion, heard a talk by a speaker from
the United Nations.
Sylua is absorbed in cutting out crossword puzzles for
the veterans' books she is making.
Eileen McGovern and Peggy Waters at the Red
Spellmg Bee Champion
Ra ra coon
Around the world
When we thlnk of 19.38 we ll remember that
We u crc dancmg thc lmdy the stroll the bop
the cha cha
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ln Elgllty Days Aprll Love SIHIOIIPUCS The
At the Hop Mv Special An cl Jingle
Bell Rock Honeycomb Get a Job
W1 were cool old raccoon hats crew
neck shetlands bulky knlt sweaters slx footer
strxped scarves ln our favorite school colors kllts
h sh pupples pointed toed shoes Mnddy
blouses and evcrythm very Ivy league
We were seeing Sayonara The Musxc Man
Brld e on the River Kwal Sad Sack Ten
Commandments My Farr Lady Plaln and
Fancy Amerlcan Bandstand
We uere laughing at chemlses hate Jokes t e
scholarly skunk Ann Lander s column Snow
Black and the Outlgoes wunnerful wunnerful 001'
Mad Comics Post Jokes draft dodglng
Presley but mostly at ourselves
We uerc uiolzzmg Pat Boone Marlon Brando
RlCky Nelson Bob and .lack Kennedy
We uvrc uorrymg about gom steady the Aslatlc
Sputnlk the loss of the Dodgers and the
Clants excess avolrdupols and tests'
and non curricular
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Athletics play an important part in the extra-curricular life
at C.C.A. Our coach, Mrs. Cross, saw to it that all basketball
team members had many chances to play in the more than a
dozen games scheduled throughout the season.
A school "must educate the whole man," hence G.C.A. stu-
dents, whether they make the teams or not, learn at weekly
classes held in the gym during the winter, to play basketball,
volleyball, and dodgcball. ln the spring, classes are held out-
of-doors on the large athletics field, here the girls learn soft-
ball and kickball. Soon intramurals are held and the cheers
can be heard for miles around.
Field Day is always a carefree day at G.C.A.-the last, really,
for regents and final exams follow close in its wake. However,
on this one day the interclass competition in a variety of
games affords a wonderful release of tension, and unites the
girls with one another as few activities, other than spiritual
ones, do. Everyone rejoices, no matter which class wins the
formation contest, or which girls carry off the prizes.
The Basketball Team-Front row: Lillian La Monica, and Patricia Harmon.
Second row: Grace Vernon, Rose Ann Brady, Captain Mary Maroni, Ann
Cunningham, Elizabeth Peyer, and Joanne Ucci. Third row: Mary Ann
Yan Dorn. Sandra Lalli, Coach Mrs. Cross, Clara Tedesco, Ann Habermann,
and Patricia McDonald. Back row: Rosemary Karl, and Joan Osterlincl.
Clara Tedesco and Grace Vernon
"jump it up."
Mary Ann Van Dorn waits to rebound
as Joanne Ucci shoots for the basket.
A tense moment in the game as Nancy Sinnott goes in for a lay-up.
ad. Me game yeh uncfe
W'hile Virginia Wfeis observes Abigail McCreevy setting the timekeeper's
rlork, Team Manager Barbara Mislretta checks in Mary Maroni and Ann
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jubilant over victory!
Di cjocltew Rudy Moro 1 the Special attraction at the
H1 Fx Hop Sponsored lxy the Sophs in .llnutlry
The Bunny-hopping Seniors in the club-room
A Peg-0 dance provides entertainment for
Eileen Gallagher. Denise Begley, Rue Freedson,
Joanne Fallon, and their dates.
Success! Our first senior class at Washington
Cleaning up falls to Elana.
Bubhling with Christmas
spirit are Ginny, Marie,
Eileen, Denise, Marylin,
Joanne, and Rosemary.
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equal la use ual!!!
Early in January ground was broken
for the building of the long-awaited
Aloysia Hall. Situated near Preston
Hall, it will contain college classroom
and cafeterias, which will- make avail-
able to the expanding Community of
Sisters rooms in the convent building
now being used by the college.
Aloysia Hall is named after Mother
Mary Aloysia, founder and Hrst presi-
dent of the college. Our yearbook is
also named for her. None of us were
privileged to know this great woman
personally, but she is very real and near
to us through the Sisters who speak so
often of ber, through her influence
which is felt by everyone at Good
Counsel, and, we sincerely feel, through
her prayers. .lust as Saint Aloysius was
named by Our Holy Father "Patron of
Youth," so Mother Mary Aloysia is our
intercessor before the throne of God.
We pray that this 1958 yearbook is
worthy of the name it bears.
The girls of the Academy pledged to
contribute 55,000 dollars to the build-
ing fund. Over S2,500 of this was netted
in a candy drive held for two weeks in
February. The balance was obtained
by combining the profits of dances, a
raffle, and the Peg-0 play. According
to the calculations of the builder, Mr.
W'illiam A. Bcrbussc, Jr., Aloysia Hall
will be ready for use in September.
Ma rch 1, 1958
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The Arademy of Our Lady of Good Counsel, especially the Class of 1958, wishes
to express sincere gratitude to these patrons whose kind generosity made possible
the publishing of this 1958 Ai.oisl.x!s:
The Reverend Eugene P. Gallagher
The Reverend John Gorman
Reverend Harold Hicks
The Armonk Pharmacy
Mr. and Mrs. Louis P. Bamhace
Banksville Farmer's Market
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Belanger
Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Bender
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Begley
Mr. Frank P. Bernard
Mrs. Adam Beyerman
Mr. and Mrs. J.' S. Bird
Miss Audrey Bohlen
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bohlen
Thomas A. Brogan
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Brown
Burke Fuel and Heating Company
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Burke
Mrs. M. W. Byrne
Mr. and Mrs. A. Capodeci
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cawley
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Ceccon
Century Service Station
Tony, our photographer from Harisch
Studios, tries out our new vendor
after his hard day's work.
Dr. and Mrs. J. Cicero
Claremont Secretarial School
Coca-Cola Bottling Company
James V. Colarusso
Compliments of a Friend
Mr. and Mrs. J. Conte
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Costa
Mr. and Mrs. .James G. Costello
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Crystle
Miss Elizabeth Crystle
Mr. and Mrs. David Crystle
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Cunningham
Danimiller Coilee Company
A. Daniello Produce. lnc.
and Mrs. Jack Delaney
and Mrs. Joseph M. Detta
. Vincent Del Tufo
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
D. De Ruvo
Carl Di Napoli
Miss Geraldine Di Napoli
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Donnelly
Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Dougherty
Elmsford Construction Company
Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. Emanuelli
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Fallon
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Farquhar
The Fathers' Club
Mr. and Mrs. Bartley J. Flemin
Mary Lynn Fleming
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Freedson
Freshman A Class
Freshman B Class
Mrs. Francis E. Frey, Jr.
Joan Carol Frey
Mr. H. C. Gaffney
Mr. A. Galardi
Mr. 'and Mrs. Thomas M. Gallagher
Gedney Way Delicatessen
Gedney Wine and Liquor Store
Mr. nd Mrs. Fr nk ' i
a a E. Gilmc re
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Girardi
Dr. Meyer Glotzer
Good Counsel College
Great Lakes Carbon Corporation
Mrs. Margaret A. Grune
and Mrs. James F. Hanifer
Mr. and hits. J. Hart
Mr. and Mrs. Andre S. Heine
Mr. and Mrs. Bernd E. Hirtz
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Holahan
Whos the headless Senior Ann?
Mr and Mrs S lmprota
Mr and Mrs Clement Jakizl
Mr and Mrs A R Johnson
Judy Anns Bake Shop
Junior A Class
Junior B Class
Mrs B Kane and Family
Mr Cecelia H Kear
Kelly and Kane
Kenlake Liquor Store
Kiddie Lane Outfitters
Knox Hamilton Company
Mr and Mr Joseph Liberda
Mrs Harry Lichtman
Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Lofaro
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lon o
Victor Ma notta
Frank Marinelli Plumbin and Heating
Mr. Frank Markert
Mrs. Frank Marker!
Mr. and Mrs. Carlo J. Maroni
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Martin
Mr. and Mrs. S. Maruzzella
Miss Mary Mayell
Mr. Warren H. Mayell
Mr:. Warren H. Mayell
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrfovern
The McKenna Family
M . and Mrs. S. J. Migtretta
Monarch Life Insurance Company
. r. and Mr.i. Michael Munnelly
. 'gs Patricia Munnelly
. r. and Mrs. R. P. Murray
, rf. Joephine lNicita
. r. and Mrs. Frank Nilan
. r. and Mr:. F. O Donnell
Olde Manor Houxe Corporation
Opto-Metric Tools, lnc.
Our Lady of Mount Carmel School.
Our Lady of Good Cr unsel Cuild
laramount Macaroni Company
Mr. and Mrs. H. Pinger
When one of the Sisters told C.C.A.'s
famous guest how much the children
enjoyed his picture, The Boy With the
Green Hair, he obligingly sang 'fChip,
Chip, My Little Horse" from the film.
His little friend, Karen Killilea, was
joining in when this picture was
Miss Kay Bambace
Bishop Dubois High School
Connecticut Chair Renting Company
Miss Noel Lichtman
Miss Francine Torres
Miss Clara Tedesco
Reverend Joseph Corman
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Howes
Banksville Farmers Market
Mr. and Mrs. Carlo Di Napoli
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Heine
Mr. and Mrs. T. V. McGovern and
Mr. and Mrs. F. Piro
Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Phillipp
Pleasantville Ford. Inc.
Preston High School. Bronx
Projanskyl Fur Store
Mr. Joseph A. Quinlan
Mrs. Mary Richtar
Mr. and Mrs. Ring
Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Rizzo
Mr. and Mrs. E. Ruiialo
Sacred Heart School. Hartsdale
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schmitt
Mr. and Mrs. EI W. Sebeil
The Smith Paint Company
Sophomore A Class
Sophomore li Class
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sousa
Mrs. Mary S nina
Mr. Frank Sposato
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Sposaio
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sposato
and Mrs. Joseph Stinziani
St. Anthony's School, W'hite Plains
St. Bernard's School, White Plains
St. Frances de Chantal School. Bronx
St. John the Evangelist Convent,
St. Joseph's School, Croton Falls
St. 'Mary's School, Katonah
Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Taitzner
Certrude Elizabeth Tedesco
Mr. and Mrs. Oriontano F. Tedesco
Tefft Typewriter Company
Mrs. Nancy Torres
Mrs. Pierre Troadec
Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Turco
Ucci Bros. Plumbing and Heating C
Mrs. Mary C
Herbert S. Unger
and Mrs. Joseph A. Vanorio
and Mrs. John Varvaro
and Mrs. Joseph Venuti
Mrs. Joseph Vergara
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Vernon
and Mrs. Neil Vitale
and Mrs. John M. Waters
Miss Barbara Weis
Mr. and Mrs. John Weis
Miss Anna Whalen
Mrs. Hannah Z. Whalen
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Whalen
Miss Judith Whalen
White Plains and Pleasantville Bus
Wolta Electrical Supplies
Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Wright
Mary S. and Nancy
.lo and Ro
Karen and Honey
Mary Lou Verlangieri
hy and Sandy
Barbara and Christi
Vinny and Paul
Cecil and Holly
Carol and Tommy
Pat La Sala
Lee and Margie
Mrs. John Burke
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Norelli
Joan and Richie
Matthew P. Higgins
Bernard J. Nellis
James J. Hanifer
Thomas A. Hanifer
Mr. and Mrs. William McNair
Mary Jane Horncastle
Mary Elizabeth Cummin
Mary Irene Joyce
Pat and Kenny Harlow
Penny, Pasquale and Prudy
"How much are those cookies, Twin?
P. P. - R. R.
Patty and Sue
Miss Alice Fahey
Terry and Eddie
The Ouellette Family
Stu loves Fran
Norbey and Martya
Margie and Sheila
Donna and Carol
Peggy and Maria
Margie and Racy
Mighty Mouse Gazzini
Peter and Donna Riccardi
Lucy Dolores Matarese
Mary Lou Hyland
Joe and Jo-Jo
Vinny and Larry
'Torget Me Not"
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Matra
Mr. and Mrs. J. Maguire
Mrs. J. F. Bird
Mr. and Mrs. Hedstroms
Mr. and Mrs. Hogan
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Crawford
The Begley Children
Jim and John Belanger
Mr. and Mrs. Adinaro
Mr. and Mrs. William Leviness
Mrs. Charles Adinaro
Mr. and Mrs. John Adinaro
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Adinaro
Cadet Robert S. Frey
Tony and Mother
Mr. and Mrs. George Harlow
Redvers B. Horncastle
Abbie and Mary en
joy pizza and coke
at Mete's after a game
Mary Ann and Joan
Carol and Dennis
Bonnie and Bunky
Angela Dio Guardi
Mrs. Mary Nitschke
Mrs. J. Basso
Mrs. L. Pasquale
Julius. Richard. Micl
Mary Pat Kenlon
Pat Di Napoli
Mary Lou Hyland
Joyce and Buddy
Juan and Freddi
Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Pat and Joann
Mrs. George McLean
Tony and Trudy
The Honor Society
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Special Prayer to Our Lady of Lourdes
composed by His Holiness, Pope Pius XII
Heeding your voice, 0 Immaculate Virgin of Lourdes, we
hasten to your feet at the humble grotto where you deigned to
appear to show the way of prayer and penitcnee to those astray,
and to dispense to the stricken the graces and wonders of your
Receive, U Merciful Queen, the praise and supplications
which peoples and nations, oppressed by bitterness and anxiety,
trustfully raise to you.
0 fair vision of paradise, banish the darkness of error from
our minds with the light of faith! 0 Mystical Rose, relieve
crushed souls with the heavenly fragrance of hope! 0 inex-
baustible source of healing waters, revive barren hearts with
the How of divine love!
Grant that all of us, your sons and daughters, comforted by
you in our sorrows, protected in our danger and aided in our
struggles, may love and serve your gentle Jesus, and merit
eternal happiness near your heavenly throne.
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