Academy of the Sacred Heart - La Balise Yearbook (Rochester, NY)
- Class of 1969
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imt m . • •;. ROCHESTER, N. Y. V 1 y ' til fw zP J The things we love are created in time, changed in time, destroyed in time. Laughing moments become lasting memories, temporary pleasures evolve into never-ending joys, all in time. We grow in time, and our minds open to new goals, new hopes, new dreams. Our goals reach jorever upward, our hopes grow forever bolder, our dreams forever defy fear. We dedicate this year book to memories of the past, to realities of the present, to hopes of the future, and to all those people who have helped us to shape our memories, realities, and hopes Bishop Bernard J. McQuaid, first bishop of Rochester, 1868-1909 Bishop Thomas F. Hickey, 1908-1928 Bishop John F. O’Hern, 1929-1933 Archbishop Edward Mooney, 1933-1937 Bishop Fulton J. Sheen, 1966- C t im« f ev«rYTk FACULTY Sister Ruth Whalen, Principal Madame Lote, Head of the Junior School Sister Paula Toner, Head of the Middle School Sister Mary McCarthy, Directress of Studies Sister Janith McNabb Sister Lucille Motschall Mrs. Paul Casper 10 Mrs. Robert Duff (and Christine!) Mrs. Charles Hayes Sister Maura Keleher Sister Katherine Wansboro Mrs. Robert Reicher Mrs. Ray M. Small Sister Eleanor MacLellan Sister Katherine Atkinson Mrs. George Crowley and Mrs. Raymond Updaw Reverend Thomas F. McDonald Sister Bennetta Green Sister Elizabeth Antisdale Sister Franciska Adamczek Sister Carmen Caicedo Community Sister Margaret Digges Sister Mary Walheim U Mrs. Amelia Maxwell Mrs. Irma Cerisi Mr. David Hardock Mrs. Griffin, Margaret Staffieri, Mrs. Santamore Mr. Juan Gonzales Mrs. Helen Aarnio and Mrs. Angela Rossi Mrs. Alberta Howell and Mr. Gary Leary Mr. Jerry Frank GRADUATES Reception of class rings by the Class of’69 16 Senior Lounge “we are so both and oneful night cannot be so sky sky cannot be so sunful i am through you so i” e. c. cummings 17 Patricia Meath President of the Student Council “Somewhere inside of me There must have always been A tenderness For the little, lived-with things.” Joan “Liz” Hanford Vice-President of the Student Council “Life yields only to the conqueror. Never accept what can be gained by giving in Barbara Colucci “With solace and gladness Much mirth and no madness All good and no sadness.” Christine Colucci “We have only love to offer as a prayer For all the wrongs in the world.” ” I » m Gail Fenstermacher “Deeds cannot dream what dreams can do” Martha Gormican “Only you and I can help the sunrise each morning. If we don’t it may drench itself out in sorrow.” Barbara Hathaway “Lady at whose imperishable smile The amazed doves flicker upon sunny wings.” Linda Grady “And all shall be well and All manner of thing shall be well When the tongues of flame are in-folded Into the crowned knot of fire And the fire and the rose are one.” 21 Jean Higgins “I am so glad and very merely my fourth will cure the laziest self of weary the hugest sea of shore.” Anne Keenan “Why, who makes much of a miracle? As to me I know of nothing else but miracles.” InL T YliAiki MARIANNE KRUPKA “Bonnie” Nothing matters but the quality of the affection that has carved the trace in the mind.” V ; ' Anita Leccese “I’d rather learn from one bird how to sing than teach ten thousand stars how not to dance. Maria Martinez “A shared, timeless happiness Conveyed by a smile, A wave of the hand.” Michele Pulcino “In every man’s heart there is a secret nerve that answers to the vibrations of beauty.” Kathleen Ripton “Apart from the pulling and hauling stands what I am, Stands amused, complacent, compassionating, idle, unitary.” Patricia Roach “For know a better, fresher, busier sphere, a wide, untried domain demands you.” Iv N.r 35 Maria Todd “To sing is to love and to affirm, to fly and soar, to coast into the hearts of the people who listen to tell them that life is to live.” Lynn Satter “The most wasted day is that on which we have not laughed.” “The voice of your eyes is deeper than all roses, Nobody, not even the rain, has such small hands Nancy Weingartner “It well may be I’ll never come to see the secret secrets on the darker side of me But I’ll keep looking till the need to look is gone My arms reach out towards something beyond.” SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Time—hours and days and weeks and months and years. You and I have spent four years of our time together here, four years that are now over. Think back to Junior year, and Martha and Marilyn and Sister Brenda. We had a new M.G., Sister Whalen, and a new Coordinator of Studies, Sister McCarthy. We organized a student council and ordered rings. Mother McCaffrey gave each of us a poem on her birthday. Do you remember The Scarlet Letter and War and Peace? And (“Courage, Lord!”) Math 11? There were, of course, college boards. “How many did you leave out?” We had a Junior Prom and won a hockey tournament. The school was closing but you and 1 would graduate, after ‘the best year ever’. “My girl rose,” Linda flunked road tests, and we all cried at “Gone With The Wind.” Think about typing a 15 page paper on Emily Dickinson and singing “Scarborough Fair.” How many times did you see “The Graduate” anyway? Think of Ann in Grover’s Cornel ' s and of writing songs for the Seniors, and of receiving our rings. Think back over Senior year. We painted the lounge and each other. Think of Patty Meath leading forums, and of Mother Whalen’s space capsule. Suddenly Seniors seemed so young. We’d expected to feel different somehow, but all I felt was nervous and you seemed to share my silly fears. College catalogues, applications and inter¬ views, and all for what? Barbara Hathaway was the first to be accepted. There is a purpose be¬ hind it all. “This,” as Nancy would say, “is true.” Think of Bonnie and her Dukes’ buttons and Michele’s surprise birthday party that actually was a surprise. Maria Todd sang in three languages and Maria Martinez became a citizen. Think of Liz on the ski slopes and Lynn with her candy sales, and Anita with a Red Cross Chest and social action rides. And then, think of graduation. Our times here are finished. We have worked and studied and played together here four years. Now we are leaving and something in us cries out to stay. But think ahead, for if there is one thing you and i have learned here, it is that each year’s ending means another year’s beginning. Think back four years, or a little longer. Think back till you remember eighth grade and a Satur¬ day morning entrance exam. We sat and stared at each other before the test, potential classmates all. Would I like that girl if 1 knew her? Think back to big sisters and ordering a red and grey plaid skirt. Think back to the butterflies in your stomach the night before school began four years ago. Think back to Freshman year. The Seniors seemed so old then. “Will we be that sophisti¬ cated in three years?” Barbara had bangs and Christine was taller, but I still couldn’t tell them apart, not then. Primes were on Mondays and we always forgot our white gloves. Do you remem¬ ber Mother Cherry’s Doctrine Class? And En¬ glish? I wonder if anyone ever did finish the Iliad. Not that it matters now, I guess. Think of that first dance in the gym, and our first conge ' and our first Sacred Heart First Friday. Think back to Sophomore year, with new¬ comers Jean, Em, and Kathy, and Mother Spel¬ lings’ English Class. That was the year the “Egg¬ plant ate Chicago” and we switched to green skirts. “Happy Anniversary”, and would you like to buy a pen? We did geometry proofs for Mrs. Piedici to the tune of “Sunny,” and Gail was on the receiving end of our first surprise birthday party. Patty Roach got her license, we went to the Synagogue for Doctrine, and put on a play with real live boys. Home is where one starts from. As we grow outer The world becomes stranger, the pattern more complicated Of dead and living. Not the intense moment Isolated, with no before and after, Bat a lifetime burning in every moment A nd not the lifetime of one man only But of old stones that cannot be deciphered. There is a time for the evening under starlight, A time for the evening under lamplight (The evening with the photograph album). Love is most nearly itself When here and now cease to matter. Old men ought to be explorers Here and there does not matter We must be still and still moving Into another intensity For a further union, a deeper communion Through the dark cold and the empty desolation, The wave cry, the wind cry, the vast waters Of the petrel and the porpoise. In my end is my beginning. T. S. Eliot, East Coker Dear Class of ’69 and all — What I would like to say to you is already well expressed in T. S. Eliot’s East Coker. The Sacred Heart, not any house, is your true home. You can find His houses in many parts of the world, (and you will always be welcomed), but you can find Him in every circumstance of your lives, above all in those which call for the gift of service, of self, of love. May you be responsive to all the challenges of each ending, each beginning, and so your lives will be so many signal lights (La Balise!) marking the channels which will lead to “a deeper communion.” Not fare well But fare forward, voyagers, $7 isj JUc.t- 30 Class of 1888, and the Third and Fourth Class: Top: Hattie Amant, Georgia Young; Second Row: Cora Yawman, Mrs. Cooper, Agnes Duvene; Third Row: Georgia Cooper, Agnes Curtin, Kitty Moran, Fanny Mott; Bottom: Fanny Heibling, Frances Josef, Emily Barthamy, Corine Mahon. “the goal of living is to grow” e. e. cummings 33 Mary Gail Bryan, Sue Mangone, Patti Radel, Roberta Grassi The old tower i] If J ML | W i ¥ ' ) - VJ i. IS 1 ill u :«! III ll m Ui3 L ' l! ' Ilffl r i Physics and Music Standing: Sara Kennedy, Barbara Guardia, Clare Hickey, Carol Clemens. Seated: Kathy Artemowych, Kerry Finegan, Reeny Burke, Nancy Hadeed CLASS EIGHT Standing: Jennifer Lynch, Barbara Marticelli. Seated: Kat hy Mahon, Kathy Pulcino Standing: Ann Schantz, Angela Webb, Linda Thompson. Seated: Mary Streb L71 1 4 CLASS SEVEN Top: Kathy Bryan, Laura Schwarze, Jackie Hall, Misty Dailey. Bottom: Anne Tonery, Eleanor Leccese, Patricia VandenBrul, Deborah Pulcino 41 CLASS SIX Hope Carter, Ginger Carges, Betty Rallo Lee Ann Harster Virginia Errico, Ramona Leccese 42 9 - " SB Standing: Julie Weidman, Toni Martin. Seated: Very Kachnykewych, Rose Bardi Dana Power Standing: Susan Wittman, Mary Li Fontana, Missy Farrell, Kathy Gregg. Seated: Maureen Rossiter 15 Seated: Amy Rutledge, Kristie Szpiler, Lisa LaBue, Ca rla Tirone. Standing: Kathy Urban, Mary Ellen Bragg CLASS FOUR CLASS THREE Standing: Mary Ellen Cristo, Louise Barco, Ruth Bryan. Seated: Julia Dollinger Mary Catherine Pegis, Regina Leccese, Yvonne Weiland, Sara Solaun Top to bottom: Kristin VandenBrul, Betsy Whelehan, Sara Weidman, Yvonne Weiland Standing: Melisa Moonan, Kath¬ leen Kingston, Mary Beth Ha¬ gen, Mimi Martin. Seated: Eileen Bryan, Renee Bufano Wi T ■ 1 , r® ! v . V 51 Kate Cook, Bobby Grassi, Dorcas Perkins, Tommy Morgan, Alissa Harrington Top: Jamie Laluppa, Anne Rickard. Middle: Kate Cook, Catherine Monahan. Bottom: Eddie Kennedy, Beth Reddington. Top: Denise VerHunce, Damian Radivojevic, Tommy Scheppler. Middle: Dulce Zahniser, Rosanne Van Ness, Peter Palermo. Bottom: Kristin Harrington, Carla Stevens. Back row: Angela Howell, John Byrne, Meg Knell, David Gullo, Megan Ken¬ nedy. Front row: Anne Gregg, Lenna Bagigian. Mrs. Paul Moonan, Jr. Standing: Rosa Gonzalez, George Morgan, Sean O’Brien, Sister Clay. Seated: Mark Elliott, Patrick Meagher. Margaret Rickard, Mrs. Richard Niles, Bobby Grassi, Maureen Byrne, Mike DeMaria. 53 ACTIVITIES NIGHT TtlCH Til) HIV I PB6? » h‘ ”1 pass death with the dying and birth with the new-washed babe and am not contained between my hat and boots And pursue manifold objects, no two alike and every one good, The earth good and the stars good and their adjuncts all good.” Walt Whitman 56 Student Council. Seated. Patricia Meath, President, Liz Hanford, Vice-president, Nancy Weingartner, Secretary, Claudia Camillaci. Standing: Luvene Ford, Karen Brazill, Linda Grady, Pamela Leach. Student Government Middle School Activities. Kathy Mahon, Barbara Marticelli, Angela Webb. Seated: Kathy Pulcino. Middle School House Committee. Front: Nancy Hadeed, Reeny Burke. Back: Kathy Mahon, Claire Hickey, Mary Streb. Red Ribbons. Standing: Melisa Moonan, Mary Beth Hagen, Kristine VandenBrul, Margaret Stivers, Yvonne Weiland. Seated: Sara Weidman, Eileen Bryan. Pink Ribbons. Seated: Regina Leccese, Patty Carges, Kathy Urban, Mary Ellen Cristo, Julia Dollinger, Lisa Weiland. Standing: Susan Pope, Carla Tirone, Lisa LaBue, Ruth Bryan.. 59 hui SENIOR MISSION BOARD. Seated: Maria Todd and Christine Colucci. Standing: Anita Leccese, Barbara Colucci, Katie Culhane, Martha Gormican. MIDDLE SCHOOL MISSION REPRESENTATIVES. Vera Kach- nekevych, Kathy Pulcino, Barbara Marticelli, Debby Pulcino, Betty Rallo. RED CROSS. Anita Leccese and Patti Radel. 60 HONOR SOCIETY. Seated: Karen Bra- zill, Barbara Colucci, Christine Colucci. Standing: Maria Todd, Linda Grady. TEEN LEAGUE. Mary Klingler, Katie Culhane, Gail Fenstermacher. MIDDLE SCHOOL C. of G. Misty Dailey, Kathy Bryan, Ramona Leccese, Eleanor Leccese, Kathy Mahon, Clare Hickey. 61 Yearbook Staff Mary Schaft Kodweis, ’60, School History lay-outs. Seated: Gail Fenstermacher, Editor; Linda Grady, Co-editor, Debbie Beyer, Photography. Standing: Bonnie Krupka, Business Manager, Karen Brazil!, Lay-outs. Sister Schellings, Moderator. Special thanks are also extended to Mr. Snipes of Moser Studio, Mr. Sloane of Foote Davies, Judy Reddington Allen, and Lucy Bertran Jones, and all who have sent us pictures. Mr. F. Wm. Gregory and Mr. John Hotchkiss, (with Sister Odior- ne) steady friends and supporters. 62 1 1 2 Kb ... ■ " XI » 9 IB IBB 1 ' ' X ' l 1 i ft- ■ - 9 .ri “Of Life immense in passion, pulse and power, Cheerful, for freest action” Walt Whitman | ' fejw jB KjgjiR r $L H i vi ■mr a i Li v . r m S » T 3-m : V. ’ rjaruj uj-rL 1 y+t • 1 68 CLASS OF ’69 BARBARA COLUCCI Student Council 1,2; Mission Representative 1; Sodality 1,2,3; Red Cross 1,2,3,4; Mission Board, Assistant Trea- surer 3, Treasurer 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Glee Club 1; Art Club 2; Dramatics 2; Hockey Squad 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Ski Club 4. CHRISTINE COLUCCI Student Council 2; Class President 1, Treasurer 3,4; So¬ dality 1,2,3; Red Cross 1,2,3,4; Mission Board 4; National Honor Society 3,4, President 4; Glee Club 1; Art Club 2; Dramatics 2; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Ski Club 4. GAIL FENSTERMACHER Class Treasurer 2; Sodality 1,2,3; Red Cross 1,2,3,4; Teen League 2, Official Representative 3,4; La Balise Business Manager 3, Editor 4; Folksingers 2; Glee Club 3; Vice- President Art Club 2; Film Club 3,4; Dramatics 1,2.3,4; Basketball 1; Ski Club 1,2, Secretary-Treasurer 3,4. MARTHA GORMICAN Entered in 1967, Third Academic Class. Vice-president 3; President Mission Board 4; Teen League 3; Glee Club 3; Sodality 3; Film Club 3,4; Dramatics 3,4; Ski Club 3,4. LINDA GRADY Student Council 4; Sodality 1; Y-Teens 3; Yearbook Staff 3, Assistant Editor 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Debat¬ ing 1,2; Folksinging 1,2; Film Club 3,4. JOAN HANFORD Student Council 1,2,3, Vice-President 4; Class Vice-Presi¬ dent 2; Sodality 1,2; Red Cross 2,3,4; Teen League 3,4; Art Club 2; Hockey 1,2,3, Captain 4; Basketball 1,2,3, Captain 4; Ski Club 1,2, President 3,4. BARBARA HATHAWAY Student Council 2; Sodality 1,2,3; Red Cross 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1; Art Club 2; Dramatics 1; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1. JEAN HIGGINS Entered in 1966, Second Academic Class. Student Council 2; Sodality 2,3; Red Cross 2,3,4; Mission Representative 3; Y-Teens President 3; Representative to Brighton Youth Council 4; Representative to Civic Asso¬ ciation 4; Glee Club 2,3; Film Club 3; Dramatics 2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4. ANNE KEENAN Student Council 2; Class Secretary I; Sodality 1,2; Red Cross 1.2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Film Club 3; Dramatics 1,2,3, President 4; Hockey 1; Basketball 2; Ski Club 3,4. MARIANNE KRUPKA Vice-President of Class 4; Sodality 1,2,3; Red Cross 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 3, Business Manager 4; Art Club l. Trea¬ surer 2; Film Club 4. ANITA LECCESE Student Council 1,2; Sodality 1,2,3; Red Cross 1,2, Rep¬ resentative 3,4; Mission Board 4; Teen League 2,3,4; Glee Club, Folksingers 1,2,3; Civic Music Association 3,4; Art Club 1,2; Film Club 3; Dramatics 2,3,4; Committee of Games 3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,4; Captain of the White Team 4; Ski Club 4. MARIA MARTINEZ Student Council 1,2; Class Treasurer 1; Class President 4; Sodality 1,2,3; Red Cross 1,2,3,4; Film Club 3,4; Dramat¬ ics 1,2,3; Committee of Games 2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Captain of the Red Team 4; Ski Club 3,4. PATRICIA MEATH Student Council 1.2; President of the Student Body 4; Class Vice-President 1; Class President 2,3; Sodality 1,2,3; Red Cross 1,2,3,4; Teen League 2,3,4; Art Club 2; Dra¬ matics 1,2; Committee of Games 2,3,4; Hockey 1,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Ski Club 3,4. MICHELE PULCINO Sodality 1,2; Red Cross 1,2,3,4; Art Club 1,2; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1. KATHLEEN RIPTON Entered in 1966, Second Academic Class. Sodality 2; Folksingers 2; Art Club 2; President Film Club 3; Ski Club 2,3. PATRICIA ROACH Sodality 1,2; Red Cross 2,3,4; Teen League 3,4; Art Club 1,2,3; Film Club 3; Dramatics 1,2,3; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Ski Club 2, Vice-President 3,4. LYNN SATTER Student Council 2; Sodality 1,2,3; Red Cross 1,2,3,4; Mis¬ sion Representative 4; RAUN Representative 2,3,4; Art Club 1,2; Film Club 3,4; Dramatics 1,2, Vice-President 3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4. MARIA TODD Student Council 2; Sodality 1,2,3; Red Cross 1,2,3,4; Mis¬ sion Representative 2, Vice-President Mission Board 4; Teen League 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Art Club 2; Film Club 3,4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Committee of Games 3,4; Hockey 1,2,3.4; Basketball 1; Ski Club 3,4. MARILYN WALLACE Entered 1968, Third Academic Class. Red Cross 4; Teen League 3,4; Film Club 3,4; Ski Club 3, Vice-President 4. NANCY WEINGARTNER Student Council 2,3, Secretary 4; Class Secretary 2,3; Socality 1,2,3; Red Cross 1,2,3,4; Teen League 2,3; Folksinging 2; Art Club President 2; Film Club 3,4; Dra¬ matics 1 , 2 ; Basketball 1,2; Ski Club 1,2,3,4. 69 mzaea v. it-r- ' z ZzL rfy ’Trrr A 4!g?S,M t m rm 9, r rr ' Shrine of Blessed Philippine, first R.S.C.J. to come to America, at Prince Street. Shrine of St. Madeleine Sophie, Foundress of the Religious of the Sacred Heart, at Prince Street. There is no picture of the Academy on N. St. Paul Street. Thi. Prince Sr., before the additions of Bishop McQuaid ’s time. s is the Academy on ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART, ROCHESTER 1855-1966. ... do you not see How everything that happens Keeps on being a beginning? Rainer Maria Rilke (j 1 TV $ V V, : : v CTTsl . ] A S ' ' ' S’ MBMir A ■ . , a 1 ® r . .xx, j |yJ|- - 7? Important Dates 1855 A small group of nuns led by Reverend Mother Hardey arrived in Roch¬ ester to open a school at 17 North St. Paul Street. The first school term opened in August. 1850 Katherine Sharp was the sole member of the first graduating class. 1863 The school moved to Prince Street. 1865 The building was enlarged for the first time. 1870 At the request of Bishop McQuaid, the nuns opened a free school to pro¬ vide a Catholic education for children who could not attend the Academy. 1875 Another addition to the building was completed, including the dormitory. 1890 Cornerstone for the Chapel laid on June 16th. 1891 Chapel dedicated to St. Michael. 1900 Celebration of the Centenary of the Society of the Sacred Heart. 1904 Alumnae Association founded. 1908 Madeleine Sophie Barat beatified. 1910 Sodality of the Children of Mary established: Dr. Nolan was appointed chaplain, Mrs. William Barry was elected President. The Parish School yielded to the Italian School. 1918 The first electric lights were installed in the building. 1922 Another addition: a large room for the Children of Mary and later for the Tabernacle Society. 1925 Madeleine Sophie Barat canonized. The Italian School was closed. 1930 The Parents’ Association was founded. Mrs. Louis A. Whalen was first president. 1931 The gymnasium was built in honor of Mother Gabrielle de Roquefeuil. 1933 A Pre-School was opened,—to be short-lived. 1938 The Academic Building was completed. 1940 Philippine Duchesne was beatified. 1951 Rosy the horse went to her reward, and perhaps to meet the original Rocinante. 1954 The chapel of St. Madeleine Sophie was dedicated. The Pre-school again opened. 1955 Celebration of the Centenary of the School. 1957 Additional house purchased for the Pre-school and Kindergarten. 1965 Summer day camp activities sponsored by the nuns and students. 1969 End of “The best year ever”, and final graduation. 72 View from the hockey field (former orchard) The old orchard The Sacred Heart Statue in front of the house. 73 Academic Building, 1938 Addition of the Chapel, 1890 Growth Patrons Mrs. John J. O’Donnell, Jr. Parents’ Association of the Academy of the Sacred Heart Mr. and Mrs. Edward O. Provenzano Mr. and Mrs. Bernard M. Radel The Rutledge Family Mr. and Mrs. George A. Thomson Dr. and Mrs. Victor J. Tofany Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Urban Mr. and Mrs. Herbert VandenBrul Mr. and Mrs. Saverio Vasile Mr. and Mrs. Leo W. Waldert Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weingartner The original house at 8 Prince St. Additions through 1875 i vfl I 1 B - L ■ mnliTiTttiTH B 1 Mhumiurl 1 7 1 l ®||| Jiil ' iiiPP ' L —— i -..’ll ' • - m v y m .; First Communion 76 May Crowning MHMM——• »- Shared joy—and vision Graduation Centenary To Be Marked in Academy ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART, 8 Prince Street which will be the scene of celebrations marking the 100th anniversary of the Religious of the Sacred Heart in Rochester opening with Mass celebrated by His Excel¬ lency, Bishop Kearney on Tuesday, Nov. 23 at 4:30 in the afternoon. CENTENARY CLASS. Top: Dean Maloney, Amparo Garrido, Diane Drysdale, Catherine Scott, Rosalie Cook, Rose¬ mary Statt, Sandra Sestito. Middle: Father Barnett SJ., Bishop Kearney, Father Lynch SJ. Front: Jeanne De Florio, Elvira Rodriguez, Sue Dale, Joan Hotchkiss, Maria Cristina Ocampo. 78 Father-Daughter Banquet: John A. Dale, president of the Fa¬ thers’ Association, and Sue Dale Centenary Pageant Ready for the Party —To Miss Carrie Cotter of Sibley Place, oldest living alumna of Sacred Heart Academy, pretty Joan Gregory, of Pelham Road, representing a fourth generation fam¬ ily to attend the IOO-year-old school, presents a colorful nosegay to wear at the concluding event this weekend at the centenary celebration of the school’s founding. Miss Cotter will be 110 years old in December. Look Backward —Pupils at Sacred Heart Academy will depict his¬ tory of the school in a pageant Saturday afternoon in celebration of 100 years of operation. Seen in costume above are, from left, Sharon Bradley, Patricia Simpson, Susan Hayes, and Carol Oden- bach. The pageant will be repeated on Sunday with other events. 79 P§$s$ ' The Samaritan Woman " 1901 “Tonenga " 1900: Josephine Heide, Madeleine McCauley. Adele Langie, Rose Erbe, Marie LeBrou, Helen Fitzpatrick. Carnival Capers with the play “ A He roine of the Rev¬ olution 1944: Sally Dean, Dean Maloney, Rita Kress. Joan of Arc ’ (?) 1910: Helen Meers, Agnes Barry, Helen Beattie, Josephine Rauber, Eliza¬ beth Antisdale. 80 Pinafore, 1958: Ann Waldert, Mary Elizabeth Tonery, Claire Shea The Rivals, 1963: Lee Grady, Sheila Connolly. Our Hearts Were Young and Gay, 1965: Sally Rob inson, Marianne Carberry, Amy Johantgen, Mar¬ garet Strom. Part of the Cast of Our Town 1968: Ann Keenan Lynn Satter, Mary Rodeheffer. Scene from If a Man Answers, 1967 PARENTS’ ASSOCIATION. Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Han¬ ford, Vice-presidents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Meath, Pres¬ idents. TABERNACLE SOCIETY EXHIBIT GARDEN CLUB WORKSHOP. Mrs. George E. Schaft, Sr., Mrs. Robert T. Howe, Mrs. Waldo Westwater, Mr. David Hardock, Mrs. Raymond Drysdale. St. Fiacre World Mission Scenerama, 1955: Jacqueline Lomenzo and Cheryl Hanna. Summer Day Camp Activities: 1964- Fashion Show, 1957: Lisa Keefe and Sue Bellanca And down the days Helen Louise Whalen, Felicie Bayard, Kath¬ erine Sheldon. First Communion, Parish School, 1901 Round a nd ’ Round Dances the Month of May ( poles Maypole, 1937 Kathy Artemowych and Marianne Odenbach Patrons Mr. and Mrs. J. David Baker Dr. and Mrs. Jose F. Benavides Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Bragg, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. James E. Bryan Dr. and Mrs. David D. Colucci Mr. and Mrs. James J. Conmey Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Culhane Mrs. Charles W. Denniston Dr. and Mrs. Michael T. DiRoberto Mrs. H. R. Drysdale 84 Teen League Float, 1966 Patrons Mrs. James Doyle Mr. and Mrs. Cosmos L. Errico Mr. and Mrs. Sam P. Fontana The Class of 1969 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Grady Mr. and Mrs. Victor P. Hadeed Mrs. John J. Higgins Mr. and Mrs. Taras Kachnykewych Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Krupa Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Larew Mr. and Mrs. Anthony C. Leccese Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Leccese Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Mahon Mr. and Mrs. James C. MacKenzie Mr. and Mrs. C. Peter McColough Christmas Dance, “Festive Air, " 1960: Joyce Hammond and Judith Reddington, with escorts Brownell Johnston and Thomas Siewart First Induction to the National Honor Society, 1963 Class of 1914 (not identified) Patrons Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey J. Brady, (Margaret Hedges, ’36) Miss Marie E. Connolly, ’18 Mrs. Donald A. Dailey, (Frances Maguire, ’10) Mrs. David W. Donahue, (Jean Dunsmuir, ’52) Mr. and Mrs. Francis W. Roach, (Eileen Roach, ’38) Miss Mary E. Dowling, ’29 Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Farley, (Ethel Ruttan, ’30) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Farrell, (Betty Whalen, ’32) Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Fenstermacher, (Dorothy Shaw, ’30) Mr. and Mrs. George E. Ford, (Mary Louise Watters ’35) Mr. and Mrs. S. David Gates, (Mamie Imburgia, ’57) Mrs. Fred C. Goodwin III, (Charleen Maloney, ’53) Mr. and Mrs. F. William Gregory, (Mary Lawless, ’33) Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Hanford, (Eleanor McNamara, ’32) Mrs. Antoinette L. Holahan, (Antoinette Langie, ’05) Tl,e in June, 1928 Mr. and Mrs. Ethan M. Stifle, (Helen Joan Davis ’27) 86 Class of 1933, Standing: Mary Lawless, Betty McCarthy. Anne E. Cox, Eileen Harti- gan, Jane Kreag, Betty Sweeney, Mary Jane Smith. Seated: Winifred Etsberger, Dor¬ othy Lucas, Viola Stoughton, Dicky Whalen, Roberta Kane, Catherine Wohus Class of 1954. Front: Suzanne Thaney, Marilyn Jo Garlick, Carol Ann Moynihan, Ellen Statt, Anne La Palm. Back: Maura O ' Connor, Ann Dowling, Irene Winans, Bishop Kearney and companion, Judith Whalen, Ann Speno, Mary Lou Bisgrove. Patrons Mrs. H. Nolan Halloran (Betsy Nolan ’36) Miss Helen M. Hone Miss Mary Ruth Hone Mr. and Mrs. John Kodweis (Mary Schaft ’60) Mr. and Mrs. Miguel Laffitte (Zaida Lopez-Cepero ’50) Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Langie (Geraldine Kreag ’18) Miss Mary Louise Langmeyer ’57 Miss Ann Katherine Larew ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Lazar (Natalie Lote ’61) Miss Marion C. Leaty ’30 Mr. and Mrs. John B. Leckinger (Mary Jane Connor ’58) Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Levine (Julie Gunlocke ’61) Mrs. William J. Maloy (Clare Kreag ’19) Patrons Mrs. Vincent B. Murphy (Margaret Palmer ’12) Mrs. Robert McGraw (Margaret Hahn ’26) Miss Evelyn Ruth Mclntce ’28 The John Norton Family (Dorothy Lucas ’33) Mrs. Richard T. Reddington (Marie Whaley ’29) Miss Maureen Richardson ’64 Mr. and Mrs. William T. Roach Jr. (Anne Lawless ’42) Mr. and Mrs. William A. Rockwood (Eileen Hartigan ’33) Miss Mary Lou Rotoli ’59 Miss Florence M. Turney T3 Miss Helen Louise Whalen ’21 Mrs. George T. Welch (Mary Langie, 1900) Miss Mary F. Welch ’36 Class of 1960. Front: Susan Dale, Anne Carey, Mary Thompson, Anne Waldert. Second row: Beatrice Westwater. Mary Schaft, Mary Lou Duffy, Komelia Mar¬ shall. Third row: Suzanne Bellanca, Shannon Hayes, Louise Ann Sanders, Carol Odenbach. Fourth row: Ann Provenzano, Margaret Whalen, Carol Tindall, Patricia Simpson. Top row: Mary Pat McMahon, Joan Small, Margaret Taylor. We are small and we are big. We are many and we are one. Jj ‘ t - y » ! $■ i‘ 111! B ] § f V r 3 |f I CLASS OF 1969 VALEDICTORY Our life at Prince Street is complete; a space in time has passed. But it is by no means an empty space, for it is filled with memories and hope. And it is by no means ended, for each of us keeps it alive within her as a very important chapter of her life. For this has been a time of guided change —growth into women, progression into individuals. From pinafores and primes, curtsies and white gloves, to a new learning adventure, we have dis¬ covered a feeling of independence that we have never experienced before. We have come to relate to you both as our teachers, sharing with us your knowledge, and as our friends, sharing with us a powerful feeling of trust and of understanding. As we have come to realize how much of our¬ selves we will soon leave behind. Yet, each one of us leaves with a part of this school. We leave with a vibrant awareness of life, involved in its beauty and encouraged by its pos¬ sibilities. We leave with a “Sacred Heart Spirit” of pride and family unity, as traditional as the ideals upon which this school was founded. We leave with a deep appreciation of all that you have given—values that will be preserved and treasured for all the years to come. We are as much a part of this past as we will be of the future. In this way, we will take our past into the future. And with these memories as a foundation, with your example as a guide, with these ideals as a goal, this can only be our beginning. Christine Colucci Reverend Mother ' s Feast Reverend Mother’s Conge PRIZES 1 bTl 93 9 . ■L f w ■nfr «• : -‘ »g S J» 1
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