Academy of Our Lady of Good Counsel - Aloysian Yearbook (Aloysian, NY)
- Class of 1967
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The theme trees can well portray the course of development followed by students in
every aspect of life. Students can be thought of as seeds which must be sown, and whose
roots must be firmly imbedded in the earth. The search for purpose and fulfillment should
be rooted in a deep foundation. Good Counselites feel that the building of a formidable
foundation, to a great extent, is due to the ideals instilled in their hearts through their educa-
tion at Good Counsel Academy. This is the orchard where the trees are organized for this
specific purpose. They mature and grow in strength, developing their personalities into power-
ful trunks, each being distinctly different, and yet each growing in the same relative areas.
Limbs begin to sprout, departing from the trunk in the designed orde'r of nature, fitting the
pattern designated at the time of rooting. Students are nourished at Good Counsel with
knowledge, responsibility and social activity, so that full development will be nurtured,
As the class of l967 branches out into the unforeseen, we will carry with us all that is
deep in our foundations. Having reached this stage of maturity, we, too, as trees in full bloom,
will shed our leaves. And, as the falling leaves bring forth new life, so also will we influence
our surroundings and extend our Christian principles wherever we go. Our limbs will stand
firm through all stormy conflicts, and we will remember with pride and gratitude that Good
Counsel was the source of our development.
By their 'fruits you shall know them.
Faculty . . . 7 Scholastic Life
Seniors . . . . 15 Activities .
Underclassmen . . 41 Senior Album
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SISTER MARY VINCENTIA
We, the graduating class of l967, wish to
express our most sincere thanks to Sister
Mary Vincentia, our new principal, by dedi-
cating to her the 1967 Aloysian.
As a new member of our faculty in l965,
Sister Mary Vincentia taught Chemistry and
Religion I with a wealth of knowledge and
experience. Sister began her education at
the College of St. Elizabeth in New Jersey
where she studied for two years. Sister then
continued and completed her studies at
Good Counsel College and was graduated
with a Bachelor of Science degree in
Chemistry. Further education commenced
with graduate work at the Catholic Uni-
versity of America in Washington, D.C.,
where Sister M. Vincentia successfully
completed the requirements for a Masters
Degree, Her vital interest in the field of
education has led her to participate in
numerous opportunities for additional stud-
ies. Only last summer, Sister was awarded
a National Science Foundation Grant to study
at the Summer Institute on the Chemical
Bond Approach at the College of St. Teresa
in Minnesota. Sister Mary Vincentia has
been a member of the faculty at Good
Counsel College and Preston High School.
Numerous occasions have brought the
senior class to Sister Mary Vincentia for help
and guidance. Each of us has been gener-
ously received with open arms and heart.
Sister's compassion has been our strength
throughout the year. Her continued interest
in her students' spiritual, scholastic and so-
cial lives, has made her a mother to all. We,
the seniors owe to her the "special moments"
that have made our senior year at Good
Counsel a cherished year.
Thank you, Sister Mary Vincentia, for
being our principal, our friend and our ideal.
Thank you for your interest, your time and
your cooperation, for you have truly made
the Senior Class of l967 appreciate more
fully our years at Good Counsel.
FRANCIS CARDINAL SPELLMAN
Francis Cardinal Spellman, Archbishop of
New York, has always been held in great
esteem by each student at Good Counsel
Academy. His zeal in promoting the construc-
tion of modern secondary schools, has enabled
countless students to have the opportunity to
advance in education. His constant encourage-
ment and high standards help us pursue high
goals in our spiritual and academic lives.
HIS HOLINESS POPE PAUL VI
Pope Paul VI is truly a representative of
Christ in our midst. Under his supervision,
Vatican Council ll is fulfilling its purpose in
relation to the Church and the world. His plea
for world peace has brought serious contempla-
tion in a time of major world crises. Under his
influence, the major goals of the Council,
renewal within the Church, and unity among
all Christians, are being implemented with
growing fruition throughout the entire Church.
VIET NAM TRIBUTE
"There is an appointed time
tor everything, and a time for
every affair under the heavens.
A time to be born, and a
time to die, a time to plant, and
a time to uproot the plant.
A time to kill, and a time to
healg a time to tear down, and
a time to build.
A time to weap, and a time
to laugh, a time to mourn, and
a time to dance.
A time to scatter stones, and
a time to gather them, a time
to embrace, and a time to be
far from embraces.
A time to seek, and a time
to loseg a time to keep, and a
time to cast away.
A time to rend, and a time
to sew, a time to be silent, and
a time to speak.
A time to love, and a time to
hate, a time of war, and a time
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REVEREND JOHN J. FARLEY
REVEREND JAMES CASHMAN, 0.S.C.
REVEREND JOHN QUINN
RIGHT REVEREND MON.SIGNOR
MOTHER MARY ETHELBURGE
Mother General of the Sisters of
the Divine Compassion
Sister Mary Gaudentia, assistant
principal of the school, has helped
the senior class plan the little things
that make the bigger ones success-
tul. We will always remember her
thoughtful guidance that made sen-
ior year so rewarding. Math IX,
Math X, Math Xl, Math XII.
Mother Mary Ethelburge is con-
tinually in our prayers and in our
thoughts. Mother has guided our
high school years with her loving
example, which the graduating class
of i967 shall always cherish.
SISTER MARY GAUDENTIA
SISTER MARY ALPHONSUS SISTER MARY ANGEUCA
Art' Aff History Lalln l, Guidance
MRS. HERMAN BAKER
SISTER MARY COMPASSIC SISTER MARY DE LA SALLE
World Areas Studies Religion ll, lll
World History English I
M I SS THERESA GALYA
General Science, Biology
SISTER MARY DE LOURDES
English IV, French I, II, IV
SISTER MARY FRANCISCA
English Ill, Developmental Reading
SISTER MARY EULALIA
Religion IV, Latin I, ll
Sociolgy, World Areas Studies
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MISS PATRICIA GILBERT
Math IX, XI, Business Math
SISTER MARY .IOANNES
Spanish I, II. III, IV
SISTER MARY LEONILLA
English I, II, IV, Religion I
SISTER MARY LAURA
World Areas Studies
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MR. KENNETH LOVELAND
R9liQ5Ol'1 l, French l. ll, Ill Religion III, Earth Science, Biology
SISTER MARY REGIS
MISS MARGARET SCHLICHTING MRS' MARGARET WYNNE
Physical Education Speech
High School Building in the evening.
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The Sporfs Building
This learned I from the shadow of a tree,
That to and fro did sway against a wall,
Our shadow selves, our influence, may fall
Where we ourselves can never be.
Anna E. Hamilton "Influence"
THERESA MARIE ANNUNZIATO
MARY ANN BISCARDI
"Homer" . . . Vice President of Student
Council . . . basketball fanatic . . . Exodus
. . . craves hot dogs . . . bouncy spirit
. . . nursing future.
"Sue' '... co-captain of the Cheer-
leaders . . . helpful . . . GCA spirit . . .
soft smile and blonde hair . . . bright
outlook . . . quiet charm.
Secretary of l2B . . . photography . . .
long hair and nails . . . cats . . . intelli-
gent . . . French mail . . . thirteen year
Good Counselite . . . 396.
President of the National Honor Society
. . . athletic ace . . . math genius . . .
W firm . . . determined , . . Warwick
SUSAN ELIZABETH BALASH
DOROTHY ELLEN BOYLAN
JOANNE VERONICA CALABRO
"Dottie" . . . unique laugh . . . happy
disposition . . . loyal . . . expressive
gestures . . . exotic vacations,
"Cece" . . . Long Island . . . peppy
. . loquacious . , . short hair . . . affable
. . perpetually happy.
"Jo-Jo" . . . Assistant ldentifications
Editor . . . a friend of the l-locklemeyers
. . . always dancing . . . small but mighty.
"Ruthie" . . . Vice President of 12A . .
go-getter . . . rock collector . . . out-
spoken . . . comments.
CECELIA AGATHA BRESTER
RUTH ANGELA CALLAHAN
JANE HELEN CARCANO
PATRICIA ANN CASEY
"D" . . . Student Council . . . National
Honor Society . . . lively . . . cheerleader
. . . happy grin . . . dependable.
5, "J.C." . . . athletic star . . . friendly
style . . . bell ringer . . . "Did you hear?"
. . . helpful advice . . . responsible.
"Ginny" . . . fashionable clothes . . .
city goer . . . always the Stones! . . .
petite . . . energetic . . . frank . . .
"Pat' '.., co-captain of Cheerleaders
. Li'l Red . . . blushing colleen . . .
Rah . . . "Keep smiling" . . . comb in
hand . . . mischief , . . MacDonald's.
VIRGINIA C. CERRELLA
"Rosie" . . . ladylike . . . perfect hair
. . Buick convertible . . . homemaker
. . pleasant . . . level-headed.
"Cip" . . . President of the Spanish Club
. . . grinning . . . Stepinac . . . thought-
ful . . . "curl free" . . . great talker
. . . Boogaloo Bug.
"Sue" . . . quiet but friendly . . . '66
Monaco . . . voracious appetite . . .
black locks . . . early every morning.
MARY MARGARET COYN E
Secretary of l2A . . . Vice Prefect of
Sodality . . . sincere . . . a laugh and a
smile . . . headlines, anyone?
SUSAN FRANCES CUCCIA
CAROL ANN DELFINO
ROLANA CATHERINE DeROSA
Editor of Aloysian . . . green cat eyes
. . . TARS . . . talented artist and
musician . . . Flushing . . . unusual pets
. . . responsible.
Assistant Activities Editor . . . comical
. . . I966 Malibu . . . carefree manner
. . gift of gab . . . hep . . . skate on.
President of French Club . . . warm and
reserved . . . languages . . . scholar . . .
expressive eyes . . . Long lsland summers.
"Sal" . . . Layout Editor . . . Stepinac
wardrobe mistress . . . excitable . . .
every word a gesture . . . candid.
DONNA MARIE DeMARCO
SALLY ANN DORIA
MARY MARGARET DUFFY
MARIE PATRICIA FARRELL
"Butch" . , . President of IZB . . .
cheerleader . . . "Quiet, girls" . . . "Just
in Time" . . . big eyes.
"Kathy" . . . quiet and soft spoken . . .
baby doll look . . . hails from the Bronx
. , . sweet . . . A.T.8tT. operator.
"Pat" . . . Vice President of National
Honor Society . . . Stepinac dancer . . .
Dinners in Mt. Vernon . . . Red Volks-
wagen . . . accident prone!
"Bert" . . . red head . . . "The Nook"
. . . Big Gl . . . spirit to spare . .
girl of action . . . Yearbook Typist.
KATHLEEN ANN FARRELL
ROBERTA ANN FERRARI
DONNA ANN FIDELIBUS
"Fitzy" . . . volunteer work . . . true
Irishman . . . sunglasses . . . butch
haircut . . . sarcasm.
Treasurer of French Club . . . quiet . . .
candy striper . . . white Mustang . .
avid football fan.
KATHERINE ELIZABETH FLEMING
Vice President of Spanish Club . .
Stepinac seamstress . . . chuckling . . .
school spirit . , . "Up in the Air Junior
"Kathy" . . . Business Manager of Chit
Chat . . . sweet smile . . . never on time
. . . sincere . . . quiet . . . dependable.
NANCY ELAINE FLORIO
ELEANOR MARY FLYNN
"Lin" , . . comb conscious . . . Rah . . .
short skirts . . . MacDonald's . . . "yeah
man" . . . loves Jade East.
"Ellie" . . . neat hair style . . . ladylike
. . . loves roses . . . studious . . . atten-
tive listener . . . reserved.
LINDA VITA GABRIELE
JOANNE V. GARDELLA
"Nanci" . . . three year cheerleader
. . . inspired marble eyes . . . untouch-
able . . . Student Council two years
. . . flair for words . . . off beat . . .
"Brianna" . . . Dance Club President and
Founder . . . Business Manager of
Aloysian . . . "ln" crowd dancer . . .
Math and Psych.
NANCY C. GARDELLA
BARBARA JEAN HANLON
"Bobbi" . . . bouncy blonde . . . con-
genial . . . logical conclusions . . .
adorable . . . down to earth . . . nursing
'lRuthie" . . . class ballerina . . . loves
the City . . . idealistic . . . sensitive to
the arts . . . graceful . . , sincere . . .
RUTH CAROL HASKINS
MARGUERITE MARY HAYES
"Peggy" . . . Helen of Troy . . . vivacious
. , . high voice . . . fun loving . . . cute
. . . streaked hair . . . missing buttons.
yogurt . .
"Hedge" . . .
strawberry blonde . . ,
ah so' '... return of the
enjoys reading . . . good
. "Hot ShOppie".
HELEN JUDITH HODGE
MARY PATRICIA HORGAN
"Maripatt" . . . roving photographer in
D.C. . .
. TAC representative
"Horgan" . . . blooming artist
jovial . . . easy going . . . collegiate.
. . Student Council
maid-excels in math
. popcorn in the lounge
. villain type laugh.
. . Editor of Chit Chat
Spanish scholar . . . Floyd Zoolies Friend
. . . excellent orator . . . always in
"Barbi" . . . willowy blonde . . . six feet
. . . green Renault . . . attractive
wet Washington bus rides . . . soft
laugh . . . stately.
MARGARET MARY HUGHES
BARBARA VEITCH KAYSER
DIANE MARGARET KENNEDY
"Cathy" . . . beautiful voice . . . his-
trionic . . . "Try to Remember" . . .
bright ideas . . . talented . . . Stepinac
"Di Di" . . . old lady of Stepinac . . .
hair streak . . . sense of humor . . . big
eyes . . . dramatic . . . glitzy.
Senior Editor . . . vacations in New
Hampshire . . . shiny locks . . . loves
horses . . . knee shaker . . . "Would
you believe" . . . cute.
Our Yardley girl . . . dimples . . . nice
to know . . . pretty . . . straight hair
. . . stylish.
CATHLEEN ELIZABETH KENNEDY
LYNDA ANN KIMBALL
LINDA RAE LANCASTER
Outstanding artistic ability . . . feminine
. . , big brown eyes . . . dedicated
Mission Representative . . . clever wit
. . . great dancer.
President of l2A . . . To Tell The Truth
. . . future model . . . poised . . . well
groomed . . . Stepinac . . . sophisticated.
MARIE COLETTE LE DONNE
GERMAINE MARGUERITE LICHTI
"Luce" . . . petite . . . quiet . . . twirls
her hair . . . soft spoken . . , "mad
"Sam' '... Assistant Senior Editor . . .
eloquent . . . believes in UFO's . . .
"oy vay' '... Mexico bound . . . future
JOANNE LAURETTA LUCENTI
NANCY JO MADDEN
Prefect of Sodality . . . "the force from
behind' '... GC, spirit . . . bugle . . .
Winnie the Pooh . . . zany . . . slumber
"Mau" . . . Chung King . . . smiling
eyes . . . flair for French . . . blue
Pontiac . . . dark haired beauty.
MAUREEN ELIZABETH MAGNER
BARBARA D. MANZO
"Manz" . . . go-go granny . . . talkative
. . . a regular riot . . . showers in the
gym . . . melba toast . . . "lvan".
Senior B Vice President . . . Stepinac
Bug . . . friendly . . . "Holy Cow" . . .
parties . . . loves to paint . . . capable
. . . soup eater . . . "Joano".
JOAN MARIE MARBACH
"Masty' '... Scarsdale girl . . . petite
Buick . . . always combing her hair
. pierced ears . . . sophisticated . .
CLARE IRENE MASTELLON
Identification Editor . . . Easter tans
. . . hard worker . . . Warwick helper I
. . lovely smile . . . Chit Chat writer
. . spirited.
BARBARA ELLEN McMURRAY
"Patty" . . . artistic . . . Stepinac dancer
. . . blue yogurt . . . descriptive gestures
. pretty hair . . . ready to listen.
PATRICIA JEAN MEANEY
Treasurer of IZB . . . Do blondes have
more fun? . . . red Monza . . . keeper of
the cat . . . distinctive laugh.
"Bobbi" . . . collegiate dresser . . . cute
. . . smiley . . . poised . . . Parish CYO
secretary . . . future in Peace Corps.
"Bernie' '... Assistant Editor of Aloysian
. . . '57 Chevy . . . Stepinac musicals
. . . "good deal' '... ambitious . . .
BARBARA ELIZABETH 0'CONNOR
STEPHANIE MARIE O'NEILL
A G.C.A.er from way back . . . 'friendly
. . , enthusiastic . . . helping hand . . .
vacation goer . . . always laughing . . .
outspoken . . . Stepinac fan.
"Stef' '... bouncy cheerleader . .
bulletin boards . . . constant dieter . .
taxi to Stepinac . . . determination . .
loads of school spirit.
LYNDA CHRISTINE PELLEGRINO
MARY ANN PIETRAFESA
ANGELA MICHELE RUSSO
Intelligent . . . knapsack . . . Student
Council and Chit Chat one year . . .
loves insects . . . blushing optimist . . .
"the side opposite' '... eccentric.
Big brown eyes . . , perpetual laugh . .
ladylike . . . quiet . . . warm smile . .
smart . . . legal secretary.
"Debbie' '...' 'new girl' '... cute,
peppy Texan . . . always has a smile
. . . knack for styling hair . . . fast
friend . . . welcome addition,
"Ange' '... dark eyes . . . dry sense
of humor . . . "I don't believe it" . . .
knee high suede boots . . . long nails
. . . good dancer.
MARYBETH A. RODEN
DEBORAH R. SATTERLEE
AUDREY LYNN SCHMIDT
MARY VIRGINIA SINNOTT
Has a wicked wig . . . never stops talk-
ing . . . "luva' '.,. perpetual giggler
. . . "What are you, out of your tree?"
. . . two pound sandwiches
Crazy antics . . . pigtails . . , weird
sayings . . . participates in community
activities . . . "Anything but Latin"
. . . funny.
President ot Peg-O . . . forceful and
dramatic . . . happy hours in Boston
. . . sings well . . . ambitious.
"Laurie' '... Louie Armstrong impres-
sionist . . . talkative . . . vibrant . . .
"A Time for Us' '... unmatched wit
. . class mimic.
ELLEN MARY SIKORA
LORETTA M. SULLIVAN
GERALDINE E. TAGGART
"Gerry" . . . attractive and feminine
. . . blue convertible . . . "Little
Mommie" . . . sweet . . . beautiful hair.
Avid fan of Bill Cosby . . . "Dolink"
. . , Florida trips . . . blue Corvair . . .
loquacious . . . "Noah" . . . hysterical.
DONNA CHARLENE TATROE
ROSEMA RY DOROTHY TERRASE
"Ro" . . . quiet and affable . . . candid
sense of humor . . . snackbar . . . funny
laugh . . . return from Roosevelt High.
Secretary-Treasurer of Student Council
. . . friendly . . . believes in life on other
planets . . . perpetual motion . . . pro-
tein plus . . . meticulous appearance.
GAIL ELIZABETH VARVARO
JERALDINE G. WENTZ
President of the Student Council . .
imagination plus . . . "Irving" . . .
homeroom skits . . . dynamic personality
. . . versatile.
"Jerri" . . . short blonde hair . . .
dangling earrings . . . quiet but express-
ive . . . Volks driver . . . fashionable.
"Kathy" . . . quiet . . . vivid imagina-
tion . . . generous . . . science fiction
addict . . . interest in aviation . . . slim.
MARY ANN WALSH
KATHLEEN ANN WESTERMAN
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"Just a spoonful of sugar. . ."
Now here's the plan . .
Now everybody sing along-"Oh
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Sure I'd make a good airplane.
. . . and I got an A in cooperation-isn't that a scream! 36
Marilyn's telling Lynda the same old joke.
Now just act as though we're supposed to be
leaving and no one will miss us.
You have just won a free trip to North White Plains.
Do you see that girl behind me? She thinks she's a
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Betty Crocker Homemaker of today
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Where's Who's Who in Paris?
Who ever heard of wearing a
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No, Sister. . . not yet Sister.
Boy! It I were the teacher and she had to
take this test . . . '
"Beware the toga with the sides of starch!"
But, Carol, you don't even look like the Statue of Liberty. This is nothing! At I2 o'cIock I turn into a
Well, dearie, who designed your toga?
And here comes Sally Senior In the last lap Sally
Senior faking the lead
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FRESHMAN A-Front Row: R. Lorch, A. Laico, C. Jaegar, Gilberti, K. Goettel, C. Galgano, P. Cinelli, P. Capozelli, E
L, Cutroni, D. Ward, S. Pietrafesa, R. l-looke, S. Sutton, J. Doherty. Fourth Row: C. Coleman, J. Quin, P. Varvaro, L
Tedesco, D. Lamneck. Second Row: L. Waddell, K. Bassett, DiMichele, S. O'Reilly, L. Messina, C. Raum. Back Row
K. Brooks, S. Bamonte, V. Miner, K. Russell, E. Hansbury, C. K. l-lolritz, E. l-lunter, D. Martell, B. O'Hara.
Baker, D. Huhne. Third Row: E. Bergener, N. Calvano, P.
FRESHMAN B-Front Row: M. Petrelli. D. LOHGVQBD, C- Third Row: W. Elliott, C. Capria, D. Rossi, K. Reddy, Y.
S0Cl'1-3. V- l-0"1Q. l-- 5UlliV-HH. K- O'Neill. A- Fidelibl-IS. B- Fiore, M. E, DeRosa, F. Franzese, C. Magowan, l-l. Low.
Bachmann. C- Meanev. V- V9CClWlOlfl- T- DaDiC9- Second Fourth Row: L. Bott, N. Thiede, T. Sheehan, D. Barrett, D.
ROWI K- DallY, E- l'lHfClY. N- lQ0e, J- Heffefnafh A- CaD0- Agnew, C. larrobino, R. l-leiles, D. Benna. Back Row: B.
netto, E. Garry, M. AmGndOlS. B- O'GI'8dY. E- Gallagher. Belle, J. Dalton, J. Henry, K. O'Neill, P. Ryan, D. Frettard.
SOPHOMORE A-Front Row: A. Avery, P. Cutignola, A.
Bova, D. Bettini, E. Dannewitz, C. Cooney, C. Brennan, N
Comito, C. Morante, C. Renaldo, L. Marshall, B. Coleman
Second Row: E. Misarti, E. DeNoia, C. Lazaro, P. Parlakian,
B. Blake, M. A. Barckley, T. Lorelli, B. McGuinn, K. Maro
ney, P. Murphy, T. Marzano. Third Row: A. Pitassi, P.
O'Neil, K. McGann, P. Meehan, J. Camargo, A. M. Mazzuc-
co, S. Mahon, M. A. Brutting, J. A. Lewendon, G. Chester-
man. Back Row: C. Oliva, S. Conroy, S. Beeftink, J. Mora-
bito, P. McCarthy, A. Morrisey, K. Lynch, M. Broeck, C.
Brady, K. Murphy.
SOPHOMORE B-Front Row: C. Popp, P. Spatafore, D.
Kotsay, D. Kornet, J. Riverso, R. Torres, N. Donnellan, A.
Doherty, S. Sweeney, D. Devine, W. Kisela, J. Filancia. Sec-
ond Row: I. Tobia, M. Glynn, D, Fennell, A. Ripari, C.
Prunesti, J. Kelly, B. Sheehan, C. Filip, K. Flynn, A. Torti,
R. Florio. Third Row: C. Keller, A. Fatone, D, Hagerman
W. Watson, E. DeVeau, A. Fastiggi, C. Gragen, D. Robinson
L. Henson, H. Hord. Back Row: M. A. Zingarelli, K. Rooney
V. Parr, E. Walsh, K. Gerham, M. Gray, E. Gardella.
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JUNIOR A-Front Row: V. Andriola, V. Basso, C. Grimaldi, B. Bassett. Third Row: N. Gloeckler, J. Sullivan, J. Jordan,
C. Ulissi, P. Macken, C. Tortora, L. Donovan, A. M. Doherty, D. Snyder, C. Fiore, G. Anderson, D. Lonergan. Back Row:
A. Bronzo. Second Row: M. Heavey, R. A. Welch, P. Gil- J. Mohr, C. D'Alois, A. Sikora, L. Fasulo, C. lgoe, E. Red-
martin, P. McLoughlin, K. Lamneck, L. Blake, E. Sajewicz, mond.
JUNIOR B-Front Row: K. Daily, M. E. Ciavara, J. Kohany, B. Filip, M, Russo, C. Sinnott, P. l-lawe. Fourth Row: M.
J. Brown, J. Hughes, J. A. Mazzucco, J. Lombardo, M. L. Cotter, B. Salvati, V. Brooks, S. Varvaro, J. Bell, E. Puci-
Rich, P. Tamboia. Second Row: J. Di Bene, M. Fanelli, M. loski. Back Row: R. Lambrech, C. Spies, M. E. Malara, R.
Donato, M. Giuntini, J. A. Barresi, B. Gemmo, M. E. Keck, l:iOl'6r'1Tir1O.
J. Moccio. Third Row: A. Di Pace, K. Ward, I. Zaccagnino,
JUNIOR C-Front Row: B. Speziale, M. Dionisio, A. Mon- J. Fleming, M. Sullivan, D. Masrroianni, F. Dapice. Third
talbano, D. Renaldo, L. Harris, M. Girolamo, R. Fernandes, N. ROWS D. Higgins, M. A. Passaro, C. Urban, A. Justen, B.
Longo, Second Row: M, Lamberfi, B, Hangbury, M, Salerno, Simmons, J. A. Williams. Back Row: B. Robbins, L. Fusillo.
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ldidn't mean to break it."
down the stairs."
"Who in the world is Winnie
"Y"? . . . because we like you
And who, . . . disguised as Clark Kent . .
Tis education forms the common mind:
Just as the twig is bent the tree's inclined
Alexander Pope, Moral Essay
Epistle I, lines 149-150
The seniors benefited from the week-
ly marriage preparation course. The
Reverend Bernard P. Gerrity's program
included senior question and answer
Seniors were encouraged to lead and
participate in a series of discussions on
all aspects of Christian living in the
modern world. Topics ranged from
the problems of high school students
to our roles in future careers or in
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films for class discussion and analysis. The sociology
course dealt with several important topics, among them
integration, ethnic backgrounds, and modern cultural
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Pepy's seventeenth century diary,
taken in detail by Sister Mary de
Lourdes' English IV class.
Barbara McMurray explains the plot
of Marlowe's Jew of Malta. Sister
Mary Leonilla's English IV class was
given the opportunity to study the
great English dramas through re-
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A new course was introduced for the seniors by Sister
Mary de Lourdes, ln the novel segment of the literary
genre program, the students portrayed favorite women
characters invented by noted authors.
Spanish art and literature are
contained in this year's pro-
gram for Spanish IV stu-
dents. Their knowledge of
culture was enhanced by
reading selections from Span-
The language laboratory was
extensively used by the
fourth year French students,
who enjoyed the opportunity
of listening to tapes made by
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Sister Mary Regis' Latin Il
class spent the first semester
studying Roman background,
which included a project on
the culture of Rome. The
second semester included a
detailed study of Caesarg
each senior wrote a major
paper on "The Life of Caesar
and His Military Affairs,"
Math XII students contem-
plate the enigma of the con-
tinuous concave upward
"I have come to bury Caee
sar . . Latin II scholars
participate in a revival of the
Saturnalia, complete with
laurel crowns and grapes.
"Are you sure that's the
original Cocoa Marsh reci-
pe?" The chemistry class
has weekly labs to supple-
ment its chapter studies.
Here, they are working with
zinc and acid to produce
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Abstract art was the area studied by
the second year art students. Mond-
rian, Kandinsky and Monet were topics
of conversation as the students them-
selves experimented with various art
Senior curriculum was augmented this
year by the Music Appreciation course
in which the students studied great
musical compositions. Audio com-
prehension was enhanced by Sister
Mary Francisca at the piano.
The girls taking developmental read-
ing make use of visual aids to augment
Sister Mary Laura's stenography class
offers a small group of seniors an
opportunity to learn shorthand for
personal use, The students are thus
aided in college.
Typing, another elective for seniors,
was popular for career and college
Miss GiIbert's business math class has
learned a new method of mechanical
Mr. Loveland conducts an auto-safety
program in which the Academy girls
are taught to observe automobile
rules and procedures. Actual driving
practice is supplemented by films and
Weekly guidance sessions were the
basis for interpersonality relationships,
developed through selective percep-
Spring fashion show? No, Senior gym
class. Under the supervision of Miss
Schlicting, students enjoyed a program
of sports which included basketball
and field hockey.
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To Catch the breezy air,'
And l must think, do all l can
That there was pleasure there.
William Wordsworth "Live,
Written in Early Spring"
Front Row: Ann Marie Mazzucco, Margaret Gray, Lori Donovan, Christine Prunesti, Denise
Higgins. Second Row: Mary Anne Brutting, Kathy Rooney, Margaret Hughes, Christine Keller,
Jane Carcano, Theresa Annunziato, Maureen Blanchfield, Miss Schlicting. Back Row: Denise
Huhne, Margaret Heavey, Janice Henry, Wanda Watson, Patrice Ryan, Coleen Gragen.
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WE'RE TOP OF THE PACK!
The basketball team, under the excellent
A coaching of Miss Schlicting, provided the
student body with an exciting season.
Get that iumbl Good block, Coleen!
Time out for a rest. 57 Excitement runs high!
Go Terry. She's a senior
Front Row: Anita Torti, Nancy Madden, Margaret Hughes,
Kathy Flynn. Back Row: Elizabeth Waddell, Joy Tedesco,
Kathy Gerham, Cathy Jaeger, Virginia Parr, Patricia Cutig-
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The Academy Swimming Team made
use of the Westchester Country Club
facilities to practice various forms and
dives. The team participated in meets
with several schools and organiza-
Front Row: Elaine Emmerich, Kathy Rooney, Ann Marie
Mazzucco, Elizabeth Dannewitz, Denise Higgins. Back
Row: Betty Ann DeNoia, Julie Ann Morabito, Wanda
The Good Counsel Track Team was added to the list of
extra-curricular sports opportunities. The team's spirit is
commendableg its members hope to improve and compete
with more public schools in the future.
Watson, Coleen Gragen, Patricia Cutignola.
Front Row: Nancy Madden. Second
Row: Cinda Murphy, Stephanie O'Neil.
Third Row: Anita Torti, Ellen Redmond, Joanne Quin. Fourth Row: Kath-
leen Gerham, Kathryn Reddy, Diane Carroll, Patricia Casey. Back Row:
Mary Duffy, Julie Sullivan, Barbara
JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS
Front Row: Elise Misarti. Second Row:
Christine Cooney, Teresa Dapice. Third Row:
June Hughes, Madalyn Girolomo,
Brooks. Back Row: Letitia Sullivan, Judy
Brown, Diane Divine, Christine Filip.
McGuinn, Susan Balash.
The Cheerleading Team
rarely paused this year be-
tween cheering during the
Stepinac tootball season,
coaching Junior Varsity
squad, preparing for the
County Center competition
and cheering tor our own
Two prizes at the County competition.
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Rose Anne Welch, Cathleen Kennedy, and Mary Sinnott.
Rose Anne Welch, Deirdre Kelly, and Mary Anne
Brutting. Sister Blanche and Sister Constance
discuss the critical situation in Paris with Sister
The Peg-O Dramatics Club returned
to the spotlight in this year's activities.
A full length play, Song ofthe Scaffold,
was presented on campus and was a
success in captivating the public as well
as Good Counsel students and faculty.
A chorus of sisters supported the major roles.
Included here are Cathleen Kennedy, Marguerite
Hayes, Nancy Florio, Tina Grimaldi, Rosemary
Florio, and Kathy McGann.
Perry Crawford, Kevin Lowell, Deidre Kelly, Cathleen Kennedy, Wayne
Powers, Jim Kelly, Mark Varian, Ralph Jenetti, Tom Sweeney, Fred Bosse
Linda Lancaster, Greg
O'l3rien, Tom Murphy, and Charlie Menzie.
Linda Lancaster, Cathleen Kennedy,
Deidre Kelly, and Tom Murphy.
During the first semester of this
year, Good Counsel and Stepinac co-
operated in the production ot the
comedy Arsenic and Old Lace. The
musical, Little Mary Sunshine, was pro-
duced during the second semester.
The Senior members of the cast.
"Playing Croquet. . ."
The Academy's new Fo-
rensic Club was aided by
Sister Mary Compassio in
planning competitions with
other high schools.
Speeches were practiced
Mummy in three categories: origi-
nal, interpretive and ex-
temporaneous. Mrs. M.
Wynne coached the club
members in speech and
Sitting: Carol Baker, Joan Garry, Elizabeth Krob, Standing: Kathy Rooney,
Sitting: Mary Ann Walsh, Nancy Madden, Diane Carroll, Maureen Blanchtield, Marie Farrell,
Katherine Kahlsdort, Margaret Hughes. Standing: Linda Lancaster, Theresa Annunziato,
Barbara McMurray, Kathleen Daily, Barbara Salvati, Cynthia Ulissi, Maureen Giuntini, Barbara
Robbins, Laura Fusillo, Rose Anne Welch, Nancy Gloeckler, Kathleen Ward, Dana Renaldo.
The Mother Mary Veronica Chapter of the National
Honor Society has initiated a cultural program which
enables Good Counsel students to attend worthwhile per-
formances and exhibitions of the Arts. Another highlight
of its program was the Career Conference arranged for
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DANCE CLUB The Dance Club began the school
year with enthusiasm. The club is in
its second year. Practice sessions of
the various dance forms culminated
in a Spring assembly program.
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Ruth Haskins, Patricia Meaney, Joanne Gardella, Phyllis Tamboia,
Angela Russo, Audrey Schmidt.
The twelve members of our Stu-
dent Council met weekly to discuss
school affairs. Campaigns were in-
itiated to promote a spirit of unity,
enrichment, and cooperation. The
most famous one was the "Sunshine
Margaret Hughes, Dana Renaldo, Rosemary Florio, Kathy Maro-
ney, Mary Ann Walsh, Kathleen Daily, Elizabeth Krob, Gail
Varvaro, Diane Carroll, and Kathleen Reddy.
The Good Counsel Academy choir, directed
by Sister Mary Pierre, has spent much time
revising its traditional approach to suit the
modern liturgy. The twenty-tive member group
learned the "Mass for Young Americans," in
keeping with the ecumenical spirit.
Patricia Macken, Marisa Lamberti, and Cecilia Brester.
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The children enjoy themselves.
The Senior Sodality continued its commend-
able tradition of apostolic works. The Bishop's
Relief Fund and the Warwick Drive were its two
major projectsg although the responsibility of
donations rests with the individual student,
action is initiated by Sodality members.
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Editor-in-Chief-Carol Ann Delfino Activities Editor-Barbara Hanlon
Asst. Editor-Bernadette Mendicino Asst. Activities Editor-Donna De Marco
Photography Editor-Mary Ann Biscardi ldentifications Editor-Barbara McMurray
Asst. Photography Editor-Nancy Florio Asst. ldentitications Editor-Joanne Calabro
Layout Editor-Sally Doria Art Editor-Marie Le Donne
Asst. Layout Editor-Laurie Sullivan Asst. Art Editor-Patricia Meaney
Senior Editor-Lynda Kimball l-llel'3fY Edl'f0f-NHUCY Gafdella
Asst. Senior Editor-Germaine Lichti TYDlSf-'Robeffa Feffafl
Scholastic Editor-Marilyn Meehan
The Aloysian staff, composed entirely of seniors and
aided by Sister Mary de la Salle and Sister Mary Gauden-
tia, continued the tradition of publishing a yearly Academy
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This year, a literary maga-
zine was initiated by two Sen-
iors. The magazine named
Maria, published poems,
stories, and sketches com-
posed by the students. Con-
tributions were reviewed by XN ' ,A A
an editorial staff aided by A """A 5
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Nanci Gardella, Marybeth Roden, Laura Fusillo, Rose Anne Welch
and Maureen Giuntini.
The Chit Chat pub-
lishes four issues annu-
ally. Assisted by a staff
of thirty-five members,
the Editor works closely
with Sister Mary Joan-
nes to plan layouts and
study the format of 'D
other school newspa- .1 X gl
Kathryn Kahlsdorf, Maureen Blanchfield, Dana Renaldo, Nancy
Gloeckler, Mary Duffy, Irene Zaccagnino, Barbara Salvati, and
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Sitting: Nancy Madden, Ellen Sikora, Katherine Fleming, Irene Zaccagnino.
Standing: Frances Dapice, Margaret Hughes, Mary Ann Biscardi, Maureen Blanch-
field, Kathryn Kahlsdorf, Barbara Salvati, Nancy Gloeckler, Nanci Gardella, Mary-
beth Roden, Dana Renaldo, Mary Duffy.
Quill and Scroll, the international honor society for
high school journalists, meets once a month to discuss and
analyze literary works.
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Mary Ann Pietratesa.
FRENCH cLui-3 L
The French Club acquaints stu-
dents with French customs and
styles to allow for a deeper under-
standing of the language. The
Club is noted for its Mardi Gras, t
Strawberry Festival, and the an- l
nual excursion to the French ln-
The goal of the Spanish Club is to cultivate
an appreciation of language and tradition. The
Spanish Christmas Party was complete with
pinata and a menu of Spanish delicacies.
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Nancy Florio, Marcia Cipriano, Angela Russo, Eleanor Flynn,
and Joan Marbach.
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Marilyn Glynn, Joanne Mangini, Doris Bettini, Marianna Fannelli,
Patricia Murphy, Ann Montalbano, Sharon Conroy, Therese
70 Lorelli, Adrienne Bova, Adelina Repari, Tina Marzano, Cathy
Cucurullo, and Bernice Coleman.
The Art Club under-
took many new activi-
ties this year to accent-
uate the innumerable
possibilities the field
contains for both artist
and connoisseur. The
with copper jewelry,
discussed the works of
Wyeth and Chagall,
and planned a trip to
the Philadelphia Muse-
um of Art.
The field Hockey Team
was an instant success in
its first year. Games drew
sports enthusiasts, even in
poor weather. The team
emphasizes physical fit-
ness for the health and
recreation of its members.
Front Row: Marie Dionisio, Nancy Madden, Elizabeth Dannewitz. Second Row:
Denise Higgins, Ann Marie Mazzucco, Kathy Rooney, June Dalton. Third Row:
Elaine Emmerich, Peggy Hughes, Linda Marshall, Janice Henry. Back Row:
Patricia Cutignola, Coleen Gragen, Wanda Watson.
The Glee Club, composed of Good Counsel and
Stepinac students enjoyed a successful year. Under the
direction of Monsignor William McGann, the organiza-
tion presented its annual Christmas Concert, and Spring
GLEE CLUB Concert, and also participated in the Westchester Catholic
Glee Clubs Competition in which the group attained a
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Mary Sinnott, Jeraldine Wentz, Eleanor Flynn, Deidre Kelly, Barbara
Manzo, Marie Farrell, Mary Ann Walsh, Joan Marbach, Rosemary
Terrase, Barbara Kayser, Maureen Blanchfield, Lynda Pellegrino,
Cathleen Kennedy, Linda Lancaster, Marcia Cipriano, and Nancy 71
M of the Holy Spirit,
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The IZA contribution to the
Thanksgiving talent show.
The "Angelic Choir" announcing the bazaar.
Preparations during Advent at GCA.
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spread the Christmas Spfri'
GCA. girls model at the
Honor Society induction.
Macbeth was pe rfo rm ed,
Senior Day of Recollection.
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A pigtail tradition will be continued.
Our Senior Prom--June 16th
Annunxlato, Theresa , . . 327 Warren Avenue, Hawthorne
,Balash, Susan . . . 10 Alma Place, Elmsford . . . June 10
Blscardi, Mary Ann . . . 2 Hillside Terrace, White Plains
. . . August 23
Blanchfield, Maureen . . . 35 Parkview Avenue, White Plains
Brester, Cecilia . .
Callahan, Ruth .
Carcano, Jane .
Carroll, Diane .
Casey, Patricia .
Cipriano, Marcia . .
. . . March 18
. 63 Clinton Street, White Plains . . . June 12
. . . 182 Sherman Avenue, Hawthorne
12 Knox Road, Eastchester . . . July 8
3 Dillon Road, New Rochelle . . . February 3
839 Sherman Avenue, Thornwood . . . June 1
17 Easton Avenue, White Plains . . . January 5
. 12 Westchester Avenue, White Plains
. . . January 8
. 2 Albro Lane, White Plains . . . September 25
Conforti, Roseann . . . 500 Commerce Street, Hawthorne . . . July 5
Coyne, Mary . . . 3 Warren Street, White Plains . . . September 6
Cuccia, Susan . . . 59 Orchard Place, Thornwood . . . January 24
Deltino, Carol . . . 31 Park Avenue, White Plains . . . October 19
De Marco, Donna . . . 95 Rose Street, Hawthorne . . . June 11
De Rosa, Rolana . . . 32 Ridge Boulevard, Port Chester
. . .January 24
Doria, Sally . . . 129 Midland Avenue, Port Chester . . . August 5
Duffy, Mary . . . Scarsdale Manor North, Garth Road, Scarsdale
. . . August 22
Farrell, Kathleen . . . 82 East 236 Street, Bronx . . . December 4
Farrell, Marie . . , 337 Church Street, White Plains . . . February 10
Ferrari, Roberta . . . 1 Fisher Drive, Mt. Vernon . . . November 17
Fidelibus, Donna . . . 2 Poplar Street, Port Chester . . . November 10
Fitzgerald, Catherine . . . 7 Phyllis Place, Port Chester . . . June 15
Fleming, Katherine . . . 308 Old Kensico Road, White Plains
Florio, Nancy .
Flynn, Eleanor .
Gabriele, Linda .
Haskins, Ruth .
. . . March 5
19 Perry Avenue, Port Chester . . . June 26
172 Myrtle Boulevard, Larchmont . . . March 9
Anderson Hill Road, White Plains . . . May 15
. . . 16 Benedict Avenue, White Plains
. . . December 9
. . . 8 Linda Avenue, White Plains . . . August 3
. . . 19 Montross Street, White Plains
. . . September 17
75 Ethelton Road, White Plains . . . October 28
Hayes, Marguerite . . . 44 Florence Drive, Chappaqua
. . . September 6
Hodge, Judy . . . 104 Rolling Hills Road, Thornwood . . . June 21
Horgan, Maripat . . . 53 Grandview Avenue, White Plains
. . . August 20
Hughes, Margaret . . . 151 Carpenter Avenue, Mt. Kisco
. . . March 23
Kahlsdort, Kathryn . . . 95 Beekman Avenue, North Tarrytown
. . . October 24
Kayser, Barbara . . . 135 Concord Avenue, White Plains
. . . November 9
Kelly, Deirdre . . . 49 Barnwell Drive, White Plains . , . June 11
Kennedy, Cathleen . . . 107 Old Well Road, White Plains . . . May 25
Kennedy, Diane .
Kimball, Lynda . . .
136 Hale Avenue, White Plains . . . July 4
163 Old Farm Road, Pleasantville . . . July 4
Lancaster, Linda . 5 Upland Avenue, White Plains . . . October 24
Le Donne, Marie . 65 Park Avenue, White Plains . . . July 12
Lichti, Germaine . 16 Bryant Avenue, White Plains . . July 13
Lucenti, Joanne . . . 134 Fairview Avenue, Port Chester
. . March 21
Madden, Nancy . 10 Stevens Avenue, Valhalla . . August 18
Magner, Maureen . . . 12 East Birch Street, Mt. Vernon . . , April 12
Manzo, Barbara . 24 Parkway South, Mt. Vernon . . . October 26
Marbach, Joan . . . 69 Parkview Avenue, White Plains
. August 14
Mastellon, Clare . . . 150 Bradley Road, Scarsdale . . . July 11
McMurray, Barbara . . . 126 Chatterton Parkway, White Plains
. . . October 22
Meaney, Patricia . . . 46 Park Avenue, White Plains . . . August 6
Meehan, Marilyn . . . 315 Sherman Avenue, Hawthorne
Mendicino, Bernadette . . . 3 Bent Avenue, Port Chester
. October 14
0'Connor, Barbara . . . 790 Tuckahoe Road, Yonkers . . . March 3
0'NeilI, Stephanie . . . 47 Pineridge Road, White Plains
. . . September 20
Pellegrino, Lynda . . . 21 Park Avenue, White Plains
. January 22
Pietratesa, Mary Ann . . . 51 Sylvan Road, Port Chester . . . April 28
Roden, Marybeth . . . Scarsdale Manor North, Garth Road, Scarsdale
Russo, Angela . . . 499 Main Street, White Plains . . . September 14
Satterlee, Deborah . . . 8 Alexander Avenue, White Plains
. . . July 8
Schmidt, Audrey . . . 87 North Road, Eastchester . . . November 2
Sikora, Ellen . . . 15 Jones Place, White Plains . . . October 4
Sinnott, Mary . . . 80 Deepwood Drive, Chappaqua . . . April 4
Sullivan, Loretta . . . 101 Soundview Avenue, White Plains
Taggart, Geraldine . . . 34 Manchester Road, Eastchester
Tatroe, Donna . . . 41 Pilgrim Drive, Port Chester . . . August 24
Terrase, Rosemary . . . 1 Primrose Avenue, Yonkers
. . . September 28
Varvaro, Gail . . . 100 Park Avenue, White Plains . . . December 26
Walsh, Mary Ann . . . 93 Madison Avenue, Valhalla . . . April 17
Wentz, Jeraldine . . . 50 Robert Avenue, Port Chester . . . April 6
Westerman, Kathleen . . . 144 Broad Street, Hawthorne
. . . December
Mr. John A. Brester
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Dr, and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
John D. Casey
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
. J. Conforti
Mr. and Mrs.
. Vincent Farrell
D. J. Gabriele
. Silvio J. Gardella
William H. Gillick and Son
We wish to gratefully acknowledge the support of
these benefactors and patrons without which the publi-
cation of this 1967 Aloysian would have been impossi-
ble. Special gratitude is due to Davis Studios, Virginia
Cerella, and Mary Ann Walsh for their cooperation.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hayes
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Hodge
Mr. and Mrs. H. Kahlsdorf
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Usher Kayser
Mrs. Frank Kelly
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent D. Kennedy
Mr. and Mrs. Warren F. Kimball, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. John Meehan
Michael Le Donne and Sons, lnc.
Mr. and Mrs. Justin B. O'Connor
Martin J. Roden
Mr. R. B. Satterlee
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
.C. James G. Wentz
Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert J. Sinnott, Jr.
Donald P. Tatroe
Francis H. Westerman
Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Blanchfield
Buhrmeister Bros. Good Year Tires
In memory of Mr. James R. Carcano, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Carcano, Jr.
Mike Ceglio-Fairview Esso Servicenter
Margaret V. Coleman-The Placement Center
Conroy Electric Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Coyne
Deltone T.V. Service
Mr. and Mrs. John De Rosa
Robert De Rosa
Alan C. Stevens Insurance Agency,
Anthony Grillo Insurance Agency
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Balash
Mrs. Herman J. Baker
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Biscardi
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Biscardi
Mr. and Mrs, Nick Bologna
Mr. Louis Braida and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Santo Cacciola
Mr. Thomas H. Callahan
Mr. and Mrs. James Carroll
The Cerrella Family
Chris-Cindy Hair Fashions
Cleaning by Fredrick's
Court Service Station
Crestwood Drug Store, Inc.
Dalewood Service Center
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Denton
Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Doria
Eastchester Esso Service Center
Robert W. Farrell
Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Ferrari
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Florio
Mrs. Eleanor Flynn
Fox and Sutherland
Mr. and Mrs. James Duffy
Mr. and Mrs. Felix N. Fidelibus
Mr. and Mrs. James Fleming
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick F. Gardella
Angelo Grippo-Federal Reproduction
Heller Cr Dorros, lnc.-Insurance Agency
William J. Holden, Esq.
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Horgan
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kennedy, Jr.
Mr. A. A. Leach, Miss Mary Leach
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lucenti
Gilvin Typewriter Co.
The Goddard Family
Gold Lake' Dairy, lnc.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Greason
Greene County Imp. Corp.
The Hamburg Den
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Hughes
Rubin Kaplan-Lee Myles Transmissions
Frank Karlebach-Lee Myles Transmissions
Miss Maureen A. Kennedy
Knollwood Pk. Service Station, lnc.
Bob Lichti's Market
Lynch's Liquor Store
Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Magner
M Cr S Market
Mr, and Mrs. Wilfred J. Manzo
Martin's Service Station
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Massaro
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mastellon
Max and Fred's Market, Elmstord
Mayfair Meat Market
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Madden
Miss Johanna M. Magner
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marbach
Mrs. D. J. Mastellon
Mrs. Eugene McMurray
Noble Van and Storage Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Carmine Pellegrino
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pietrafesa
Ralph T. Anderson, lnc.-Lawn Mowers
Sandford Welding and Machine Co., lnc
Mr. and Mrs. Sikora
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Meaney
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mendicino
Mr. and Mrs. C. Mullane
Henry B. Nash
Thu Nibble Nook
Papa John's Restaurants
Mr. and Mrs. R. Pennella
Pfister Lumber Corp.
R Cr Z Precision Industries
Lauretta, Jennie and Pauline Renaldo
Rollo and Parlatore
Mr. Frederick Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs. J. Schnou
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Sikora
Tho Student Council
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Sullivan
Mr, and Mrs. Vincent Telesco
Mrs. Martha Veitch
Brian Wallach Insurance Agency
Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Walsh
Mary Ann Walsh
White Swan Pharmacy, lnc.
Al and Louise
B.A.M. and M.A.B.
Mary Ann Barckley
Mrs. Vera Berry
J. Topping Bond
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Broion
Mr. and Mrs. John Browne
Bruce and Barb
Mary Anne Brutting
Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell
Mrs. Florence Caneper
Mary Ellen Ciavara
Mrs. Charles Cirone
Danny and Carole
Kathleen De Lanoy
Betty Ann De Noia
Thomas De Rosa
Eugenia De Veau
Joyce Di Bene
Lisa De Michele
Donna and Jimmy
Carolyn Du Bois
Barbara Rose Edberg
Mrs. William Farrell
Mr, John Farrell
Jon Angelo Fatone
NEW CITY PRINTING CO.
UNION CITY. NEW JERSEY
Mary Anne Fitzgerald
Mrs. Carrie C. Fowler
Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Fu
Greg and Bert
Mrs. Martha Haberland
Mr. and Mrs. John Hanna
Mrs, Ruth C. Haskins
Andrea D. Haskins
Ruth Carol Haskins
Mrs. George Henke
Mrs. Eloise Hone
N. H. Hotoi
Mr. Charles Johnson
Kathy and Pete
Mary Ellen Keck
Mr. Kenneth Keller
Mrs. Kenneth Keller
R. Bruce Kenny
Betty Ann Krob
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Lancaster
"Little Mary Sunshine"
Mr. Hyatt Lodge
Mrs. Carol Mac Arthur
Thomas J. Madden
Jo Ann Mazzucco
"Traci Cr Roix McCormack
Charles Andrew Menzie
Mrs. Charles Merkle
Mr. Paul Merlino
Mike G Co,
Mrs. Elizabeth Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Misarti
Jo Ann Moccio
Mr. Sam Monaco
Mrs. J. O'Hara
Mrs. Ambrose O'Toole
Mrs. Jean Pasquale
Mary Ann Passaro
C.P. and C.D.
Miss Mae Pietrafesa
Mary Ann Pietrafesa
Mrs. T. Porco
Claudia and Dana Renaldo
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Renaldo
Mr. and Mrs. John Renaldo
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rich
Mary Lou Rich
John C. Roach
Mrs. Joseph Santora
William V. Schmirnoff
Mrs. Alice Smith
Stepinac Senior Class
Mrs. Annette Tundrigan
Wanda Marie Watson
Michael C. William
Mrs. Jack Wood
Mr. and Mrs. John Woods
Mary Ann Zingarelli
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